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Array Parisian Cold Cream
Tlm lieal reineib Iur an,  cl -
ol Hi- -kiu    .  .  .  . '	
25 crs,  AND 60 ore,    PER   POT
M Mil-: ,\NI1 sin,li fl.NI.V ItV
WALTER BEWS.Phm.B.
The Mail
/lUSirBRliSHES 1
Vol. 12.-No. 56
\50 Cents »o sn.00 Each.
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REVELSTOKE. B, 0. MARCH
$2.50 Per Year
Mail
Order
Kept.
C. B. Hume & Co.
Write
For
Samples
LIMITED.
DEPARTMENT'STORE.
FISH
FOR THE LENTEN SEASON
Wo can outer lo your Fish Wants.   In ihis List you "ill
liiul something you want.
UKAI) IT I'AIIKI'TU.Y.
Cod Fish. 2 lb. Hlocks 25o, per Hlock
Suit Herring, Lulu-ml ,r bOu, por Dozen
Scololi Smoked Honing 50o, per Dozen
KippiTcd Herring 12.1c. per Found
Smoked Halibut  llio. per Pound
Finnan Hnd,lie .  Hie. per Pound
Fresh Mackerel  25e, por Tin
Sultnnii, " Silver Net " Brands 2 Tins lor 2(')c.
Red Salmon 2llc. per Tin
Lobsters J Ib. litis 25c, !| lb. tins 36c., I lb tins Hie.
Siirilines llie., 1,'n-, 2ile. und IIDc per Till
Preserved Illoittcrs  in Tins-— 25c.
Kippered Herring in Tins—25«,
lliirulcriii Sliriiuns, dry nud wet puck per I'iu—2llc.
Finest Anchovies pr Tin—Wc
I'l.iins. Cove Oysters—J Ib. und 1 Ib. Tins.
Bine Point Oysters—1 Ib, nud 1 Ib. Tins. •
Boys' Knickers
Lion
Brand
MOTHERS who nre in I rouble over Hoy's Knichers should insist
upon having THK LION IIRAND. They are made from all-wool
Cloth.*, with double knees nud double sewn senilis.
Then, again, the Bullous ure put on in such n manner that Ihey
cannot come oil'. They nre n Patent Button, and cost three times n*
much us the ordinary kind.
Tne Pockets ure n heavy drill nnd will wear.
Then the price is no higher than whnt yuu pay lor trashy goods,
Don't you think you ought to
ask for the "LionBrand?"
SPRING
SKIRTS
We have e shipment of Spring Tweed Skirts that will interest you
—they sre beautiful goods, elegantly tailored, und they have been
pronounced by those who have seen theni, to be perfect lit tit
and finish.   SEK THESE II
DON'T   FORGET   OUR  CHINAWARE   DEPARTMENT.
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY-SECOND Fl.onl!.
C.B. Hume & Co., Ltd
DEPARTMENT  STORE.
VICTORIA
BYE-ELECTION
Hon. Wm. Templeman, Minister
of Inland Revenue. Elected
Yesterday by a Handsome
Majority.
[IIY ITil.EUllAI'll]
VioTOitiA, March 7.—Hon, YY ...
Templeman ivns olooted yesterday by
ii majority ,,f BUI over John L. Beck-
willi, conservative, His majority
would probably bare beon oven larger
but lor the third oniididato, The poll
wus .
Tempi,-iiiiiii      1557
llccknitli 8111
Mill-en. socialist 3011
The  Miii ist ui- ol  Inland  Revenue
will proceed In OllnWU ill once.
SHOCKING STORY
Hanging of Man Reported as
Innocent.
Ottawa, March 5.—The report that
Charles Hayward, lor whose murder
King wns executed lust summer, is
alive, bus created great interest in
the Department ol Justice. The
government hns notilicd the Mounted
Police on the northern trails lo watch
carefully lor any conllniiatlnu ol the
story. Many authentic instances ol
men having disappeared under similar
circumstances nnd later been lound
alive tre revealed, The eastern press
is referring In the ease ns n blow at
capital punishment. The conviction
of King wus circumstantial.
NAKUSP.
from Our (inn Correspondent
J. W. Mnlcollli, who bus been in the
employ of the V.C L. (',,. here lor
nine yeurs, bus resigned his position,
and is leaving lor the North Wesl
where he intends tn go into Btocb
raising. Wo wish John every success
in his undertaking,
L. F. MoDougald bus purchased
dipt. Forsluiiil's gasoline launch,
K. J. Rungs, of Arrowhead spent a
lew days iu town,
Thus. Sullivan Ins returned from u
trip to Rossland ami other points,
I., Borgal i* receiving the congratulations ,,f llis friends on lln- arrival ol
a bouncing baby hoy.
Mr. nud Mrs. A, ,1. Thompson who
have been spending some weeks at
Viol,,rin have returned home again.
C.P.R.'S SPLENDID INCREASE
The Canadian Pacific Railway Co.'s
earnings continue to mako a re rk-
ably line showing. The stiiteiiieut for
this month of January and lor seven
months, July 1st to January 81st,
shows thai the net profits lor tho
month ol January amounted to tl.
207,231 us ngniiist $122,068 tor January 1005, to  Ihnl   the   gum   in   ni-l
profit* lor the month amounted to
$844,606 over ibe corresponding
month of last year,
The nei profit* for Ibe seven monthi
amounted to $13,464,033, against
$9,687,410 for the corresponding
period last year ol u gain ol $3,887,-
217,
January       July I
limn '      ti, Jan, 31
HUM
Gross earning!, $1,122,000 S.S3,80I,IHI8
Working exp. .8,165,150 22,3,t,'i,IB5
Net profits..   .. 1,207,231    l.'l.l."il,i!'t:i
ADVERTISING
The Commercial says:—The extraordinary growth ol advertising is one
of the phenomena ol Ibis marvellous
, Industrial age. It is u new study, not
j yet completely fathomed or mastered,
; but enough hu.-been learned ol ils
underlying principles to permit of
| immense fortunes being rolled up by
menus of judicious publicity.
 .— —
Then-nre still u lew cupies left ol
the Christmas edition ol the Kootenay Mail, the finest Illustrated
paper ever published in Revelstoke.
Price 5(1 cenls. Ibiler before supply is
exhausted, inlcrior Publishing Com.
puny. Revelstoke, B.C.
.».
Don'l lorgel that the proper spring
f I is John.|,,it'.   Fluid Heel or Bov
' nl ,-n sale in any quantity at 0, 1).
Hume A Co's.
PROVINCIAL
LEGISLATURE
Estimates  Passed    Government Victorious all Round
Kaien Island Committee
Unable to Agree.
[llr TKI.KUItAI'll
Victoria, March 7.—The dohate on
ilu- budget was conoluded yosterday
alien n und the estimates were all
pussed  nl   Ihe  nighl   silling.   Thoro
was  in, divisloi   tho btidgol bul
several of the estimates woro objected
lo. In OSOll ense the OovoiTinionl
voted down tho amendments,
The Lund Aot passed tho Li inl
reading, and ihe Timber Act passed
the report.
The Knien Isliind oonimittoo woro
unable lo agree mi the report uml will
ask the Speaker if thoy can put in
majority und minority statements,
This will likely be refused,
BIG BEND
Big Pack Train Coming in.
It is reported thai an Easl Kootenny pucker will put u birgo pack train
in the Big Bond this spring to handle
promptly tho freight   fr    Dowule
Creek landing and oilier points to tho
various mines und ciniips. The bend
quarters ol the new pack train will be
at lloyd's ranch,
Lust fall serious complaints wcro
heard and it became necessary to import u puck train from Beaton to
handle1 the freight from the boat
landings and yet n considerable
quantity of freight wns left ul Downio
Creek Iur the winter.
It is proposed to put on nn up-to-
date service connecting promptly with
tlio steamer.
RAILWAY WRECK,
BtxuiiAMi'ToN, Mhiv.1i 7.—The westbound Erie train, currying n  I I of
emigrants bound for tho west, wns
derailed this morning, Engineer
Mason, pinned beneath the wreck, wns
so badly injured tli.it his death is
expected at nny moment, Fireman
Jackson wns also much hurl, bul his
recovery i* expected.
ARROWHEAD
l-'riitii our own corrosiionilcut.
Thc new school house -opened for
sei I Monday morning,
M, J, Hiiuovnn bus returned from a
pleasant holiday in California.
I.. C, Robinson, relieving agenl I,-ft
Tuesday.
Mr. und Mrs. Shook arrived recently
irom Spokane, where they liuve spent
tho winter.
11. Gibbons was in Revelsloke lust
Sunday,
Miss Lawrence, ol Revelstoke, spent
ii lew dnys in town, the guest of Miss
Thomas,
Cltpt. uml Mrs  Fraser hnve returned
to their residence In town,
Gordon and Maurice Cook hnvo
gone to vi*il [riotldl in Parry Sound,
(Ull.
The   howling   alley   has    cl god
lmti.ls ami is now under ihe mniinge-
iin ni ,,l IV, Parton. Tin- A. L. Co,
team won mi easy victory over the
II.II I..Co leant in Ihe last oonlClt,
RAIL AND STEAMER.
Tho droit Northern propose building inlo Greenwood.
The 0, P. R. will luy out u townsito
on their Nicola brunch,
The C, P, II, bus secured control of
.the proposed olccliie railway from
Westminster to Chllllwnok nnd will
shortly build tho line Irom Agassi/,
As indicating the big incense in
freight triill'ic expected by the (!. P, ll,
tbiB year the number ol engines on tho
Shuswap and Mountain Division, with
hoadquartors ut Revelstoke, will be
Increased by 21). ol these additions
will be made to tho number ol
"pushers" omployed at Rogers I'ass
ami Field.
• « .
The best time to bring children to
the Stump Studio is in the  morning.
FIGHTING JOE
AT0TTAWA
The C. P, R. Argument Turned
Down Britain's Defence
Bill Women Fight a Duel
With Pistols.
IIIV ll l.i:,in veil |
in i ih v, Mni'oh 7.—loo Martin, on i
btilmll n| Cu.-t cities, pul up it vigorous light boforo the Railway Commit-1
sion yesterday nn tbo (might rules
issue, lit- successfully coinbatlod the I
argument ol Hon. A. O. Blair, who!
appeared for tbo C.P.H. thai the
Commission had no juiisdictiun lo
hear this especial complaint.
Commissioner Killiiin ilueided Ihal
Ihe Board wus competent, and Ihen
suggested licit ti trnlllo olllcer ol tho
Commission Ink, an oxpt rl olllcer and
roport, An adjournment was taken
till eleven o'clock to-day to allow tbo
parties to consider tho suggestion.
London, March 7—Tin- Army estimates hrought down last night remain
at the conservative Government figure
ol $148,000,000. The Nation's Dofencc
Bill now is $330,000,000 a year.
MlUliELSUOKO, Ky„ March 7—In a
duel yesterday botwoon Mrs. Alice
Moore and Mrs. Lucy Tucker, Frank
Madden, n byst.inder, was killed. The
women could mil .-hoot straight, The
duel nrose out of a love affair.
London, March 7.— - Interesting,
but untrue," is Ihe foreign olliee oom-
ineni on Ihe Finis story to tho oll'ect
thnl ii formal itllianco between Britain
und Spain will promptly follow Alfonso's niiirriago to Princess ICnu.
Bourne Bros.
Dealers  in   Groceries.   Hardware,   Stoves,
Harness, Hay. Flour Feed, Etc.
Our mli - of' '1   \KI k I'.K.WI > canned fruits
and vegetables increase daily,     The) are the only first
grade canned goods in  Revelstoke and people will have
tlinn.
Brandon Flour $2,75 per 100 lbs,
Creamery Butter in bulk, 28c, per Ib,
Try Our 40c. Teas and Fresh Ground Coffees.
MCKENZIE AVE.,                 REVELSTOKE
E. J. BOURNE,
Boots and Shoes, Men's Furnishings.
Ready-Made Clothing.
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
FIELD.
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
( ipllnl Anttiorlsod, $4,000,000   Capital Paid Dp. $3 SXD.00O.   Rut, 13 300,000,
lira,I Olilco, Toronto, Ontaisio,
"Hr.-iii.-ln-- iii ll,,-N-.iihw,, i Territories, MnnlUiba, Ontario and Quobec,
An,I Llio f,,ll,mi,,,, points iu  llrit   -   , ,.',ii, i, .    -mm......   ,i,,i,i„ti.
Nolsnii, H„i„l-i,,k,-.Trout LaVo, Irrnwlionil, Van, mil   ■• - t
T. II MiniiiiTT. Proslilout.       D. H. Wu.KIE, Vlco-Pri    ■        IO,  oral Manager,
l-i. Hav, AsslsIiiiil.Oouornl Wannifor.   W. Uoffat.1 hief In*poctor.
Revelstoke Branch, II. C.-A General Banking Business Transacted
Savings Doportmonl   Deposits It Ivsd anil hitoresl Allowed,
Drafts sold avnllublo In all iinrts ul Canada Di tod 8   l,   mil Europe.
Spoolal attonllon glvoi I , col ociion v. i: Pmpps.Man
[•'. Totieii, C. P, li. electrician, bus
brought hi* family from Winnipeg to
livo iii Field.
Mrs. Frank liooley bus returned
Irom Calgary, Her sister, Miss Patrick,
has como lo live with her again,
Mr. Schiller, who has been braking
on the Hill, bus gone to Kamloops to
run between there und Revelstoke.
W. II, Humphreys bus come to
Field to lake a position III till'C P.
II. shop*.
Tilt) Ladies Aid Society ol St.
Stephen's Church purpose giving tlm
second ol the scries of "At Homes" in J
the Buckbiiin Hull on Thursday evening. Mar. Nth A good programme
consisting oi musical nnd literal'}'
selections and games is being prepared.
FRANCE READY FOR WAR.
Pa it is, March li—The Minister of
Win- said iii Assembly today thnl
Franco is prepared to mobilize troops
mi tho shortest notice.
mmt
THE MOLSONS BANK
lii,.-„r|.,r.,i,„l i,y l.-i ,,[ Parliament, IKS.
MEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL.
Wit. Molson Macpjikiwon, I't,-*. S. II. Kwi.no, Vice-Pres.
.1 ami:- Elliot, General Mniiagei-,
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything in way of banking Imsi Iransacled wilhoul unnecessary delay.        »
Ilitci'osl credited twice u year ul  current  rules on Saving- Hank
deposits,
W. II. PRATT, Manneer.
Revelstoke, 11. C.
^^A/v^v»v/•vvv^^/vw^/A*w
Stock Taking Cash Sale
THE MINES.
During llio lost ten years antimony
has nth iii'-ed iii price from $100 to
1(316 ti t,,n. l,-ad from $50 to $80;
copper lr„.n $225 io $11111.
A Boston rcpoiT is In tin-. tl'.-i-l lhat
the Duininloti Copper Co.. is now
milking Irom $111,111111 to $15,000 pi i
in.>n111 nol,
The Camborne Miner s tys       It i-     *Jl-
apparent thai before long two si i
iiiills-ol iii   least thirty -lamp-1 1
will In- pounding mil ilu  precioti-
inilal from Ihe massive bodies ol free
gold quarts' ni that point, i.
ll   is reported thai  IV,  B, Poul it fj+
negotiating with New Vurk capitalists i.
(or Ihe sale ol   Ihe   (lyslcr-Criti-rion JL
ino ol this camp, nud thnt a mcclii
In reduce our large stock wc will give most
LIBERAL DISCOUNTS VOK CASH
i'i furniture & Carpet
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to consider the proposition  is to be    X
held iu Nelson oil 15th March. _JJ
The Miner say.--:—Frank F, Fiillmur,
manager of the Boatrioo Mines Lid.,
wns up to the mine thi, week on ii
tour ol Inspection, and is well pleased
with the work that is being iluno l,\
tllO coolraclors   Messrs.  Jus. A, Lid,
iv Co,    While nl. il ine Mr, Full
trior was taken sick und was forced tn
romalli in bed for two duy-.     Ilu i- j
now down   from   the  properly  nnd
feeling  much  hotter,   Harry Ander
son, Becretary, is now ut the initio,
I'leitse* every smoker—llie " Milieu
Vuelta," '
•$999 9 9 9 9 -t' 9 9 9 9 9 -fl't^i $ 9 $ 'j. 9 -I1 *t' $
I ALUMINUM GOODS AT COST %
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S.M I I'.I'A.VS,  II. \  K 1.1 I IJ.** .
I'" vou th nk thai ive advertise Ihis luerchandi -  it  cosl
'"'J- lobi'luij ! nto the Sluit   and  -II ,,i  Llie sail Id
pi-Ice.- not \ hit I (inn: in a.mi ski:::
\\ hen we -.iv selling ul cost, ive an al cost,
'.very merchant  overstocks  in   mine Unit  iinlicipatiiig
larger bus ss, and we have a tiiimboi of enamelled und
ili'i'l Saueepiiiis, Ten lu-ltlesand \i nutn Kitchen Men-
silt which musl goto make in foi-NVv, Sluing i, Is
Dili' ng oni Stock Taking Season these g I- mil I Ifei-ed
ul ( osl I'l-iee,
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd. f
Mul Orders I'
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McCARTEH
ANH l'lNKUAM,
BARRISTER!
OFFIl I- :   IMI'KHI'
, SOLICITORS, KTC,
i.  Hank  Hi.ock,  IlKVKl
Money to lean.
Offices! Ilevclstok,
Oto. S. Mi I'.ii'.ii.u.
A. M    l'lNKUAM,
Hevelslokc, Il.C,
BTOKt, Il.C
II, Ci Korl SleolO, 11.(1.
.1. A. llAKVKY,
I'm I Stcolo, Il.C.
J..M.-.M
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H.vui
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First Strei
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AND   I IHU,l
W. I. HrlKKS,
8TF.RS, Sol ICITORS, ETC,
Munkv in Loan
oils poll Miii.sos's Ham;
t. Revelstoke, B.C
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hWAKI- A. HAC.OKN,
Minimi Engineer,
(Mem. Amerioan Institute Minion Rngiiiaerx)
['numUftiiiMiniiiK ln«lltiito.)
Revelstoke, IJ. r.
Examination of nnd report.- on Mineral Pro-
pcrtltw ii Specially,
Ageni ror C'aimdlnn Moial t'oinniiny, buyorn
of zinc mid silver-lend ore*
'/.-.■ md-llver-lcnd mine- pnrclmscil,oropor-
nted under lenac nrnl bond,
Financial A-i-tiiiicc given owner- nml prospectors la operate nnd develop
approved properties,
She flltaiUlbcialb
" 1 would . . . i-iiriu-tli nilvlso tliom (or
thcii rood t„ ,'1-,1,-r lliispapcr to be punctiinlly
: ■ -, ; tt 11" be looked upon a* n purl of
ilu tea cqutpngi.   AnnisoN.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. 1906
FOOL LEGISLATION,
The following clause in llie Timber
Bill, now before the legislature,should
meet with the severest condemnation:
"Whenever a  seizure is ninde of
timber under thc  provisions  of  this
act, tbe onus of showing that  the
timl er seized is nol subject to the provisions ol this act shall be upon the
ivner, bolder or person in possession
then (,'
A clause of this kind lays on every
purchasei the responsibility ol investigating the title to all timber he may
buy—a c nditiou ol tiling* that would
- ri. isly inti rfere with sales ot timber
and would hamper the lumber industry
which ':..,- tin tidy enough burdens to
bear.
lion 1,, these ipiesii ms    By so du'n
they would reap prolll   ami merit well
ol  ihe  Dominion,   Strong aims were
al*,, necessary, uud ho iippoaled to his
young f iciuls lo give more attention
t,,   solid  i iiierciill  ami   technical
studies, instead of seeking the already
ovcr-crowJed professions, Our young
country, ho suid, require! sure linan
oiers, iiilolligenl iiiiiniifiii'lureis, and
competenl agiiciilluiiilisls it, order It
properly develop Camilla's  Unlimited
natural iT-soiireos,
■ Mr. Forget then Bpokowitll energy
ngilinsl   u lull   he I'll I led ii  system of
tlispiiragomonl mid bolitl ing, which
In--aid existed amongst his compatriots. In l uny inini undertake a
great enterprise and Immediately ho is
accused ul till kind.* ul unworthy mo-
lives, und held up lo public condemnation,
"He doplorcd the Ind thai foreign
Capital   hud   lo lc called ill lo develop
our Industries, Conlldenco wa* more
needed than either capital or popula-
t ii it,. though these, too, were u patotli
necessity,"
TOURIST ASSOCIATION,
The Tourist Association is inn iking
u new ern in tho history ol Hevelslokc
uml thut is un eru ol Improving lho
attractions of Ihe city, making known
the grent natural beauties nl the tributary country, uud advertising Ihe
advantages ol the city Irom a commercial, industrial, und residential
point ol view. This Association, by
ils publicity work, will he able during
the next two yen is to mnko Revelstoke
nnd dislricl heller und wider known
thun during nil Ibe years that have
gone before. This city occupies tlie
unique position ol being located in
the heart ol tho Switzerland ul America, und ought lo become lho headquarters nt the great loiuisl Irallic of
these mountains, ns irom ihis point
travellers and tourists ran radiate
east, west, north and south, choosing
the elasscB nl scenery and poll in
which ihey nro most interested
whether climbing high muiinltiins,
negotiating glaciers, studying the
grandest ol physical features, boating
on the lakes nnd riven, hunting big
game or lisbing tho charming stream.!
of the mountains. The Hevelstoke
Tourist Association deserves the
heartiest nnd best support of Ibe
people of the city nnd district, for il
is doing the grandest mid i est work
of it practical character thai bus yet
been dune in the interior.
CAPITAL IN CANADA.
It i* a matter of tin deepest national
ri gri I that Canadians d, nol show-
more enterprise in the development ol
th' I- minion. Canadians do n -t
kn w : ap| reci ite ibe value ol the
■ iti nal -■• , lb lu their baud-, and
tin esult is imi. ican ■■-.; italists are
■;..-.; | ing   ij   most   ' • • . ol things
::...... •;. .: li em,   Scv-
-.  .   ■' ':.- -   .••:  . tpit ,.:■■- ol tin  Do-
:..;:.. u are tin      it em
a   evi  Is the i   ■•      liffi     • •   tin
;■• ■   pmenl    I tin       ,'ii counl
Tin y invest ii    lilway. |
tt i. ■ ... ni - ii '-     ises in
Spaii    Cuba,  M- I
tact the further I they cm
■: ■    ■.   •     the k-tti   tbey sei
t   i ,.■   •     I' pinion      Canada
tld deno ce to tl - itte noil this
tread ery I I home land where
tin se people liavi nude tin realtli
Ctnada aff, rd« the best Held in the
civilised world for enterprise and de-
vel ptnent, lludul| lie F, rget, the
M ntrea linani.- r, put the posil m
wi 11 when at a banquet given in his
honor the other day, hi ■
'We lin-.-, everything need,,! to do
so, or. al least we are lacking only in
one thing—onfidence in our own
greatness, I have always believed
thit in order lo be productive money
must be active, is immovable capital
i> nothing more tn less than stagnation in buiii	
- Milli iib and millions ,vould bo
necetssry to develop tin-great indus-
trial ami oommercial ii dustri I this
country and be tppealed to tin capitalist! of the country to give nil at tell-
C. P. R.  SHOPS.
The biggest  industry ill the city of
Revelstoke is tho 0 P. R. shops and
the city should appreciate it.   Calgary gave the C, P. It. n big bonus to
have ihe 0 P. R. shops moved Irom
Cnnniorc to  thut town und hns nut
regretted  it,    Edmonton now offers
the C, P.R.n bonus of $25,000 towards
locating in thut city shops io handle
the plaut'ol the 0 und E. brunch.   It
mny be asked how this affects Revelstoke?    Well, this way.   This city is
asked  for no bonus, but is asked to
furnish the C. P. II, shops with power
on a busiuess basis.    The discussions
on  the matter in the pi,-*-, .it the
Council   table   nnd  in   the   Board of
Trad,- show   the city has the power
available und thai nn expenditure ol
$20,1)00 will not only put in tin
creased plant necessary to supply I
city with power, but will provide the
steutit  auxiliary  plain   necessary to
prevent the plant  being shut down by
frazil ice in winter,   The c I
bus   hud   and  is   not   likely   to have
again a chance like this and we - •
it is in the interests i I the i
it. and il tl a- - ■ n ,- I- --:
mpplj   : powi   vi I   i id in
in tbe ind it   -   I t pment "f the
citj    Everybi dv knows whal
able   investment   electric    .. I
been  tu tho c I    in I
. ei lm       "      til! tl  ist ■
-, -.
tboUt (I    .    I! till    .'■'..,
It power | anl
il' d Caiioc river, Irom which a good
wagon rond can he opened to Tele
Jamie Cache. The fuel thai the
(Land Trunk Pacilic has lei a on
tract to pack iu fill Ions of supplies to
tho Jasper Pass, shows there will he
something doing Ihere soon.
A COMPLIMENT,
Tho Nelson News i-enniiks; -'The
excellent showing mado by tlio lion,
li. li. Tallow ill his budgil speech
ycsleuliiy is a mutter for sincere eon
griilulutioiiB not only to the linuni'i-
minister, but to every resident in lho
province Whilst the pleasing Improvement 111 Ihe revenues is undoubtedly due to the salisl'iiclory oxpansioil
ol tho industries of the province, as
stilled by  tlie  minister ill llll sp.cell,
it- is only fair to accord tho honorable
gentleman a  large share ol the credit
due lor a llnanolal condition ol affairs
upon which the whole province is to
be Coi'gruliiliiliil."
j von ,1   mn' so heavy ns  those grown
I wilhoul.     Ai il  hole again   I I oliovo
lho grown- id thu lutuiTi will cum it
1 high  reputation  lor  his fruit hy con-
I lining himself lo one or two varieties.
In fact.allgiower-of llie valley should
co-op,Tut,' lo this end nnd, like Ihe
Hood River growers, make the valley
(unions lor somo one or two varieties
only.    Tbey will novor reallzo fancy
prices uny oilier way,"
Jas. 1. Woodrow,
BUTCHER
Hi-tail Dealer In
The position ol the mining industry
ill tho province has never been heller
und Ihe outlook is full of hope The
Le lloi bus resinned payment of dividends, and bus to dato distributed
$1,880,000 among Ils shareholders.
The St. Eugoiio, Slocan Stur, Lucky
Jim nnd other Slocan mines hnve puid
big dividends. The Grundy mines is
now a steady dividend paper, and tnkes
lirst place in the world's Copper mines.
Britannia stock bus shown an immense rise in value. Tlie Tyce und a
Van Andii properly nre dividend
payors. The Centre Star nnd War
Eugle ure in a position to join the
dividend list. The prospects of the
Yniir mine ensure its being again n
dividend payer, (In Fish Creek the
Eva is being profitably operated, and
with a larger mill could pay steady
dividends. There is probably no mineral country making a bettor showing
considering its ago and development,
Iiinn British Columbia to-day.
SMALL FRUIT GROWING.
Ceo, 11. Lawcs, writing to the Vernon News, said:
" A medium crop ol
STIlAIVllKltlllUS
lenrs up $1011 per acre over expenses
ml skill on the part ol the grower
nd ii good situation may increase this
tp to an incredible figure.    There ure
few points in reference to strawberry
■owing which are essential to know
you would succeed.   First, lor sue-
'ssful long distance shipment   no
•rigiition is possible.    Tbe Iruit must
grown   upon   bench land and be
upplicd only with natural moisture.
is an  illustration, this past season
ninny  ol  my  berries  wore sent 250
tiles  beyond   Winnipeg nnd opened
fresh und good.
" If the holders ol land in this town
mid but realize the fact thai straw-
•i-ies from  here will stand tin* shipment ihey might easily make a good
ring    Only one or two varieties are
any value for successful shipment
.-I the berries should be grown in the
hill  system.   The yield  ma;  •■ less
bci
ORAM) Ild N'K PACIFIC
The news that the Grand Trunk
Pacilic -,... • nte the Rocky mountains by the Jasper Pass wesl I
t.-lin ml n i- nnil trtanl ne i -
Revelstoke, as il means the railway
will come oul on the wesl end ol the
Rockies ui Tete Jaune Cache, within
180 miles nf Revelstoke. Tin* will
ensure the opening up ol the ivholt ol
the country between the Fraser river
and Revelsloke. Revelstoke i* the
most convenient and accessible point
to Tete ,1a ■ CacllC .1 IK I  it   is   up   lo
Revelsloke tn secure n iharo of (I.T P.
construction business. This can lie
done if the business mon ol ihi- city
are alive to the occasion and will push
before the government tho construction „i ii tramway past Death Rapids'
and ilu- placing ol n Btoamor between
tin- upper terminal of  the  tramway I
than by other systems, bill the -ire
I c.-loi- are great, r tnd - - '
sale. 1 ship lib - ' but have
never bad comp iini   I  , -. --      iti
" I wish  I ci - -
I. this (list    ■ ' -       .   .- :"-'
that ii tii"-      ild gain a wid
tion in the exp   t ol Iruit, tbey mull
confine thi   -
,  . ■ ...       .
-, -. inciil i
-    ; able to oil
■   ■
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-   pa an
I ' .
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 hipi -,-i -     \
nail frail
■
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-tiles ippl
ippli
neither -    - - ■ full Ha-
BEEP,   PORK
MUTTON, Etc.
Fish and Game in Season.
All Holers promptly llllinl.
DCUCI CTdlfE   D   P    Cornor  I'ouKin
ntVtLOlUr\t,   D.  U.,  nnil King slnnils
1 UNION HOTEL
W.  J.   LICHTBURNE, Manager,
NEWLY BUILT AND FURNISHED
STRICLY FIRST-CLASS
THE   MR   IS   SUPPLIED
WITH BEST BRANDS
WINES, LIQUORS AND CICARS
ARROWHEAD, - B. C.
Trademarks
and Copyrighti
obtained in nil coiinlricM.
DATENTS
■ obtained in ull co
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney
M eel i in i i eul Attorney nnd Ktiglnocr.
RoomS, IMrfloldlBlookttimnvlllBBUinearPiO
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
A pontoon, will nooiiro an ovoning appoint
ment, for .iiiwe who cannot onil dllHllR MM) iIhj
THECITY EXPRESS
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prompt delivery of parcels, baggag
etc., lo any part of the City.
Any Kind of Transferring
TELEPHONE NO, 7.
NOTICE.
IN  THK MA'fl'RH OP AN APPLICATION
I   Ior Hi,- Isaiui "f a iliiiillcato „l lln- Corliltentc
nt Title tn Purl ,-..'i l,','i l,y in, 1,','ti „f l,,,t lie.',
llroupl, in tlio illstrlet „f Kontenny.
NOTICK IS IIE1IKIIY UIVKN Unit it la III)
Intvnttnn In iasuu after il xplratlnti ,,( into
ni.'iiili from Un- lir-i jiu1ilie.itii.il lierool a ilii-ill-
iai,'„f ili,'|-,-rtiil,-at,- „f Till tliealmvelamia
in tit,' asm,' nl .lion,- Anson Mugeo, iilti'-l, 1'i-rtill-
,-ji,- i> tinted tin ntli Uay „l August, 1001,«n,l
lll]l!|l»-„-i| .VI'JA,
II V. Mo l.l'.llll.'
I,.in,l l|,'»i-tlvlllli,',',N,,|-„a II, C,
I)i*lri,-I   Iti-si-n-iir.
1st. March, limo. ii|,:i
Saw Mill and Machinery For
Sale by Tender.
rpKNllF.RSwill Iw roceivnrl liy tin,  lo-slgn.
1   cl n-i.oir,tli March, IHH, Ior tho purchase
I th,       .-- i.    -,-.i mill buildings aud ma.
It  -,-■-'   i :.-,-i,   formorlf oiviipiI liy
i rani Julian.
Tlif siaclilnarj ,-,,n-i-t- ol Sliim.'|p Machine
er   mil  Engine 115 hor-p powor),
i      i Mncl   ■   ind I nrriago, and Saw with
i - in i Water Wtipol
■   Fe iranri Iim,
w H rum
NOTICE
yiiTI' R "-""■    -■ ran   thai    30  riayi
. > • ■ rl ■   ipply to the Bnnnr
■ -r nf |,hhiI-  unci
H .-.'■■  'i, cut  and curry
■ ■■A :,l' dosoribed
K(Kitfl  ■'. ii itricl
irked    ll, Illy III .nnl
■ ■    |ilanli<il ,,ii
;   .        hiii H  ■■ ll ■"   li hi
■    ■   ■ ■ '
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Ill HI  lll.VSII.
II    klltli.
1
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STITII 1 .
III.  I
1..
1
NOTICK
VIOTJUK is IIKIIKIIV QIVKN Uml Milrtv
.> dayh after iiatt> I Intend n> npiilj in Un-
UluCf Cuniinlauloiiur of bind-- unci Works torn
spirhil liii'iiMi turiil unci c-niTj' nwuy linilirr
from tin1 follinvinitcli'Kt'i'iiii'il lmiiln:
l. I'omiiiQiioiiiK ni n posl I'liintiiil ubout ono
mllo on nnrtliorly nlduol Rook Crook nml ulicmt
i wi i in I Ion from ivobI bank nr (lolmnliin river
mul niurlii'il 'V. V Lludmurk m corner |Mwt,"
tlinnco wenl HI" ohuliia, (tlionco nnrlli in cliiiins
tlionco oimt IHUehntiiH, thence nontli «> cbnin* to
("•mi nf coniinoneonioiit,
DitUicI lllthdiiyot Kolirimry, llHHI,
'1. Cniiinii'in'iiiK ai n pout plaiitoil about one
mil'' IT .it nunl. uf Cnluiiiliiu river, scilllll
rrom Hookj L'olm and mnrkotl "(' P. Liiul-
mark's cornor ihihI,1 thenoo oust in clmin-,
thoneo i»ontli w*\ olinlns, thoneo wesl t" cliiiins,
tlionco uortli inn oliniimtoiHiintof oninmonco<
mont,
.'1. ('ninmonplnu nt ii |iast plnnlod about one
miln nml n Imlf fnnn tin- misi bank "I I'nliiniliiii
river, -milli Irnin Hueky rnint nml tniirknil
"('. K l.jnilinnrk's cornor imsi," ihouoo onsl in
aim!ns, tlionco soutli Kin ehaiiis, tlionco wost n
cliiiins, Hi i mirth um ohnlns tn poinl ut com
monooinouti
hiiii'ii Uthdiiyof Fobniury, iim;.
I> l'n itincinn nt "l\ P. Lindiuiirk's cornor
|n»-.I," t'liinlnil nmi miln mid halt fmni wosl
ii'Hii. nt Cnliiiiiliiii rlvor, below 18-tnllorapjds,
ihoiicnwu-i sn ehaiiis.tlionco iiurthHiieluiiii-.,
Ihence oust UQohllJUH, thonco nnulli Ml oliiiiim tn
point ul none I.
Dnii'ii null Fobriutrj', l.mu.
,'i. CoinmonoliiK nt n ihmI nmrked "t1. P
Lludninrk's cornor ikisi, 'mul plutitod hall n
mile from south honk nf Hin Kildy (Irook,
nliniii two Hilton mul n i|tliirtor fmni I olttmblll
river, ilmin-e smith su oh il llis, IhotiCOWOsI Ml
ehiiliis, il co ninih mi olmliis, Ihenco oust HI)
I'liniii-iii |K)ttti of coiniiioneoiiioiili
it.   t'n lOllolliK nt  ti iiii-l iimrkt.nl "('. 1'
Lltunnnrk's cornor post," |ilnn(i«l mi the -nnih
hunk nl |iji: Kihly iiock, iilinnt two mill-* nmi n
hnll   Ir    I'dllllliliia   river,   thenoo   south   in
jmliis, tlionco wost hm olmim., tliuneotuirili m
olinlus, thonco oust IW) ohains to isilut of c i-
moneonioiiti
1. t.'iimlueticIiik ni n |«)sl markod "(!, F.
Lliulmarks cornor imsl," i>liiuiuil nbotil ton
cliallis fnnn lho miiilh bunk nf Wu; Kildy I'ronk.
nhniit half ii miln Innn Cnliiiiiliiii river, Ihenco
in ohnlns south, tl lolflOohniuH wost, thonco
tUohatiis north, thonco KH) ehains oust to Hul
of commouceiuoiit.
Dittml ihi- i.'tili day uf Pobnuiry, liuii.
S, L'uiijinoiioliiK ni n post iimrkoil "V. V.
Llntlnmrk's enrner post," iilmited two milos
from oust bunk of (Inl tun bio rlvor,soulh from
Hooky Point, thence rnnnliiK onst in chains,
thonco soulli 11'in chains, ihonee west III clmins,
thence lorthllHJ chains to poinl nf en uco-
mont.
Dated 12th dny nf Pobruary, lOUd,
IsOVAL OKANGK IjUIKJK Nu, IQH8.
I'ciliilnr nicelliij-s nre bold in the
iiddlcllowB Dal  lho Th Inl Krl-
■lui nf t'lhli ninntli, ul s i> in. shflrp,
\l-lllll« l.i.'Miin, ,, :.h.',l.   Invlh'il
.1  t.AUHKHONiW   M
K. J.TAUdhKTi llou.'8cc
KOOTKKAY BI'Alt, It. J), r.
MnetH mi I'lrH 'luesitsv ol every ninntli, In
1,0.0. V. Hull.
.i, AdllKBON, W, T.
li. ,1,TAUliKKT, KKO
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
MhKTH KVKKY WKDNKBDAY
In OildtpHiiwi' Hull At s
O'clock \i-iiuii; Knights nn
rnnllnlly itivllod,
R, W. II. PAUHT, 0,1!.
O. H. llltUl'K, K. of It- it8.
H.A, IIIIOWN, M, of F,
Kootennv Lodfcc No. Hi A P. & AM.
*Jft
-j i
OHAHLES K. L1NUMAHK,
NOTICE
NOTICK is hereby kIvqh thnl, thirty diiys
aftor dutii wo Intend tnupiily Lo tho Hon,
Uhlof IJoinmlssIoHor of Lands nml Works for n
spocfnl license lo out uud furry nwny timbor
from the following dosorllwd Innusj
1, (,'otn mono Inn at a (aist [limited nhont two
milos west frum lliiiittnck Point on Upper Arrow Luke and marked "H. li. U tJo'a Hotithoust
cornor posl," thence north M) chains, thonco
wOolSiichitliis, thenco south 8tl ohaiiw, tlionco
o'i-i mi ohnlns Ui point of coiniiiouoomoiit,
2, roiuiuonclnu nt n [lost   planted about
linen mile- wost from Itiilinnck point nn Upper
Arrow Lake nml markod "H- H. L. Cn's snuth-
oust cornor post." thonco uortli mi clmins,
thence west mi chains, thence south 80ohnlus,
tlionco onst ho ohains to point nf cohimonce-
mont.
Pub. 2nd, imiii.
ml mu IIBND LUMHKBCO., LTD.
NOTICK
XTOTlrKishi'lclivulven that sixty iliiy.-i after
iS dato I Intend to apply in the linn. Chief
(■iiininisMiiiiiciiif Limits nnd Works for permission
In purchase the following doacribeil hinds fur
piixtnrnl purposes, saiilo liein^ .situated near
Galenn Uny, ail|oltiftig Lets mi,. 7<m and 788,
ilcsi'i'ilu'itits fnllnH's:
Comnioncing nl the south-east corner of Let
ttUS, thence tmrth tu imrlh-cast comer of Lot
•JN.i, thence east 40chains, then -c soutli kh clmins
in l,ni 7iiit, thence west to clmins to point of
cotiuneiicemont,
T. LUDQATK,
Pehraary 28,1000. Mt ap 88
NOTICE
N'UTICK Is lierebs Riven that thirty days after
•Intel intend tn apply tn thc llnti. Chief
Commissioner of Lauds, ami Works, for a special
license to cut nml carry away timber fnnn the
following doserilwil lands;
Commencing at n pest planted at llio North
west comer nf the r. P. It. Hlock, No. 878. near
ni'ini h of Mosquito Creek, nml running to chains
wost, thenco foil chains south, thence m chains
si, thence 160 chains imrth t,i place nf com-
mencemeiit,
Dated .lan, 24lll, IWO,
m:i ItlCHARI) MAXWKLL,
NOTICE.
VTOTICK i* horoby jiivr... that tlurly days
L> altor dnto wo Intond to ntiiily to tlm ( hml
t'ommtssloiior of Lauds nnd Works for ipfloinl
lir,,ii-e t„ cut and carry Bwuy tlmlier from tho
following   dtsorlbud   liuuls sltnalo hi Wost
Knot ii ,li*tri,'l :
Lotatiiin 1. Cointni'ticlag nl it t„,*t iu.irki',1
Hurl lllylli's Nnrlli-wosl Cornet Post," planted
IhiiiI ill tulles nortli-easl  „f Mosi|iilto Luke;
(ltd ra-i mi ,-liiiiiis; thenco smith 80 I'li-iins:
th west sn chains; tlionco niirtli 8tl chains i„
nolnf nf i-oimnoiicoiiiotit.
Location -. Ooiiimi inn at u post tuiirkeil
■ ii,.,, lllylli's N.,rtli.,'i,.,i (lonior Pint," planted
I i ",' miles it„rtli.,'iist ,,( Mointiltu Ukot
,1, s„,ithiii,i chains; tlience wosl m chains;
the north 100chains! thence east m Thuhi* ("
point ,,f,-'iiniii,-nc'iiii'iit.
1IKHT IIIA'TII.
Kchruary mh, I00U. M-17
The Money Saving
Work Saving Soap
That'i Royal Crown kind-
mode in V.nn',ai-er- l.,'."-s,
Soap Factory ivetl ol Winnipeg, Ilo,,',- cleani - ind
wathingarecai) - ith itihelp,
And the money saving is the
Premium System
llooklet. I,'II* ■.'.'- it
Ituval Crown Wrapper! Sen,I
e,r   It—Free—Alio  trj   the
Soap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver. B. C
IP, II. I llnei
It,
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Mn. II..I. Ilit.ibtiry Managrcis.
First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
Urge liiniimr nfor
llaiKiinii-, Bupiiers, „lr
Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE
SEE
SOTICE
v
.N
,1 ^t
l\
- i..   :    md Work.
... i . ,, ,
tnd
i    { CI,. Co
[.Inns.
...!•',      I',
.... ,
I  I1" I	
... ■' '  Ill
in ' nnl   i" film	
i..nil nf i,.,. net i.
tl   . .... ■    it    i    < (' I. rn
nirtl til ,','"i ', ■< |.i,ir.I ■',
.... tint nn nn,I II  Ir ,.i,
. i nnd   it m, on    until nl u,,   ■ ,     ,  tu
ftlncnn  Hi  Is Iw i  Ihn -  tnd It mils U.ir.i
ll,, Hi  in el i  Wl ' Iii Ii
lOchuiii    o ' i"'-i ol 111 chnlns, ii-nst
-,|'Ti. |mlnl "(, „'"iii„iii
THK VII,K ,1,1,1 Mllll I.TMIII'lll 1(1
l,,,",i ,, -> il  11.1   Jnn 'iol, Itffl   llstnSJ
\\ ing Chung's newly im-
ported stock of Chinese
.md Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed iii Revelstoke (if
useful and ornamental
articles:
Tea nervine. Flower I'ott
I'lnl,-. I'tiiliri-lla rttilluls
Haskels Lunoti lluskuts
I nn,-' It.iit.  11 'in .l.n I i-u
HandVorchlof. rlllk UihsIs.
(Kll.ll l-IHII
i I,, i „sk,,f ,-,ii,,li,-s tnd fruits In town,
Front Street, Revelitoke
FOR SALE
Gttnd Sound Apples, nl 85c.
per nx, Fit for Eating or
Clinking.   Apply to.
J. L WEBSTER. VERNON. B. C.
Tlio regular nii-ol
Ing. nre lii'lil In Ilu1
Mi,oini,' Tllllllilll,
1,1,1 lo-llnu- Hull.„li
tin-third Moulin) ii.
,'iiiih   iniailli   at   -
'0.111, Vlsllluglil'i'th
en  I'orillnlly  Wil
-iiiui'il
('. A. PltOtlUNII'lll, BKOHKTAItV.
SELKIRK LODOI, NO 11,1.0. O. F.
Mi'iitsovcryThursila'
ovenliigliitiilil Follows
Hull nt » o'i-Ioi-i.
(Vlslllng liri'tliriin hoi
dliilly iiivlii-d in ul
bond
II. HAIII10NAI.il. N.ll.        J.MATIIIR. Hue
WOOD YARD
I liuve sUirleil a permanenl Wood
Yard on Third street. With mv posl
experience I hope lo be in a position
toualisly all ivqillieiiiillllH of customers, Hey eoi'ilwood kept in stock and
supplied in any lengths at reduced
prices ror rush,
11. SAMSON,
RE-OPENED !
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FIRST BTRBBT.
Order, for Heel und Mutton,
Poultry, Fish nud small goods
will receive prompt Attention.
Gait Coal
$8.70 PER SINGLE TON
Reduction made for largo quantities,
Delivered to any part of the city.
Orders left, at the Lawrence Hardware
Store, in- nt  Sniythe's Tohacco
Sloie, promptly attended to.
200 Cords Wood
WKt.l, seasoned
$400 per Two-Rick Cord.
J. G  HUTCHISON, FIRST ST
Something Pure
II you are looking lor 1'tirc
Honey we have just opened up
a consignment ol   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE  OOMB
iu 1 Ih. buses, or in !i lb. chub
('Guaranteed Pure."
CANNED   GOOD8
Our Canned Clouds are second
to none, and more (ban that
wc "Guarantee every Can."
HOBSON & BELL,
CROCERS, BAKERS AND C0NFECTI0NER8.
WAH CHUNGS
Best Firewood in the City.
Shipment ol Chinese Canaries just received Prloet from Si to $5 eaoh
ASK YOUR  DEALER FOR
"KURTZ'S PIONEERS"
"KURTZ'S OWN"
"SPANISH BLOSSOMS"
UNION   MADE   CIQAIIS
M-Nii'/.roini i,  llr
Kurtz's Pioneer Cigar Factory
MH, Cordova Sb.'W.
VANCOUVER, -  ■  B. C.
M.  J.  HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouses & Seed Houses
VANCOUVER, B. C.
IIKAIIIJI'AIITKKS Kill! PACIFIC COAST
lilKIWN IIAKIIKN. PIICI.II ANII FIATWKU
SKI-'.lis. New ,-rot, now iu stisik nud ou tost
in our grei'iihuiisi's. Ask ymir men-hunt fur
I Iiinn iu si-iili'il iii.i'kiiKi--. It he does mil luuulli,
ihi-tii we will iiniii fill assorted, .'s- (inekeUt of
irgctatili'iind llnwer seeds lour owl. selection,
inhabit!fori!. *'- ttnltiwl fm- *i.'»i. Special
inl,:,'* mi your lutlk seed i.
II. f. (IIKIWN PIIUIT ANIi OHNA-
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Tliiiin-nt.
I'lxlru nl.-.* *l,,eli of I wo nml tlii-ce ynir Ali|ile
Trees ul (HUN tier lm, I1W.IKI per l.COTI; May.
nanl I'liittH, si "i iiiit-h; 11nliai, Prntio, two-
year, lliti'. (M.',.m per IHO! Sugar I'riinii, Iwn-
,-cnr, Hue, Pi.m I or lm.
Pull list ,,f oilii'i- *u„-k ni I'l-gnlur prices, No
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II t ii a i. ii rt'giiliirly
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notify the olliee ut once, ui liter
'Phono 111 nr by postal,
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TIjACIIICII OF' PIANOFORTE
Engagements itcccptctl for At-
lloiiies ive. Theory Iawous a
specially. Pupils now enrolled for
the new year.
Alphonsusfie Feo
PROFESSOR
OF P.ANO
Lessons 50c. Each.
Given nt Mr. Dominic Qallloono,
tienr Station,
Music supplied at "At Homes" and
Dances.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought,
Gash Prices Paia
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Richard R. Copeland
JOBBING CARPBNTEUI
AND OABINE'i'MAKElt
Mniilli's, Shelving, |Slnt'm  Doors, elc
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Third Street Bast, Revelstoke
12to
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;Bankhead Coal!
:; Egg Size Delvered
j!
i Mut    "        M
I $9.00; i
; tove  "       " |
9.00
8.50:
| F. McCarty, Agent.
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Orders   left   at   P.     ]'
11
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Olliee will receive most
prompt attention.
Halcyon Hot Springs
^Sanitarium.
Under the new management of
Haiihy MoIntosh, Hoffman  House
Rossland.
rilHE MEDICAL WATERS of Hal-
1 cyiiii are the most curative in the
world, A perfect, natuial remedy for
all Neivous and Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning, A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates on all boats and trains. Two
mails anive and depait every day.
Telegiu h communication with all
malts of Ihe world.
TKRM8-$12 to $1S pec week.   For
further particulars apply to
HARRY MolNTOSH
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrotu Lake, 9, C
TRADE
MARK
Get Wi You
..Ask For..
Unscrupulous dealers have been
known lo place iiilei-im bonis in
(iur eniToons nud I I'piesen 11 belli
us "Leckie Boots." Don't be
Imposed upon. There are no
others "just as good."
Tbe above trade murk Is imleli
lily branded on lite sole of every
genuine " Leckie Bool" It
stands for all leather boot*
ninde lo resist lite roughest
western wuiti',
Ask for mid insist mi getting
Leckie Boots.
MANCI-'ACTT'ltHll HY
J. LECKIE  CO.,  Lfd.,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
ssMHl EMAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE I',. C.
PROVINCIAL
LEGISLATURE
Victoria, II, C„ March I, 11100,
THK MASTITIS AMI BKIIVANTH ACT
Took up ii considerable part ol the
Iloime's lime this illtel'iuou, llaiv-
tlioiTitbwiiile (Niinuinio) and Mao-
iiinn.hi (Rowland) supported It Btl'Ollg-
ly, but iiuinj' ul ibe member! on both
sides ol tho House objected to the
penal clause mid argued Hint Ihe
measure would work un exlr.'tne
amount ll liardtllipOil tbe very classes
it was intended to protcet. It was
generally lelt that, while the Intention
ol the measure was good, in so lar as
it aimed to leoure tho payment ol
employee's wages, it was drawn up so
clumsily nnd showed sueh II lament
able luck ol com prehension ol condition,, such ll coinplcle  Ignorant I
uiul Inability locope willi, lho varied
circumstances under which labor is
employed In this province, Ihal tho
pruniiig-knite would have to bo heavily applied boforo it could be accepted
sipraotloal legislation, It eventually
petted Its second roadlng, with the
understanding that it should be so
handled in Committee thnl it might
iisstime sonic lorn! ol commercial and
Industrial sanity—a feature which at
present it iismiredly dues not possess.
SKY,' inl.is
The bill to amend the Municipal
Elections Act wns relerre,! back to
Committee.
Tbe l.nnd Registration Aot and the
Benevolent Societies Act passed Iheir
third readings, and the Lund and
Timber Act passed through Committee
The adjourned debate on the Columbia & Western Railway Stibsi'1}' Hill
wai then resumed by Henderson
(Yale), who was replied to by ll,,w.-er
(Vancouver.)
With regard to Ihe
COU'MHIA WESTERN
matter and to enable your renders t
judge the merits of the esse for themselves. 11 brief synopsi, oi  the actual
condition! in  this affair mny not be
out of place here.
To commence with, this bill, now
before the Legislature lor its second
rending, hn, for its object the conveyance ol 800,000 acres ol land, which
were earned by the construction ol the
Columbia •> Western line under the
terms of the subsidy act ol l'JOti.
The Opposition argue the fact that
the line wns not completed frum Midway to Penticton, ns originally intended, absolves the province from
carrying out thc terms ol the subsidy
act.
In his ejieecli on Wednesday, Premier McBride dealt ut great length und
very comprehensively with the peculiar
terie, of incidents which produced tbe
present situation nnd necessitated the
introduction of- Ihe measure. The
argument, ot the Prcmiot were thai,
owing to the various alteration! which
a succession ol short-lived governments
had made in ihe conditions, tlie
Columbia it. Western could not in
justice be held rcipomihle lor the non-
completion of the line beyond Midway.
The Premier's speech pointed out
that, in 1898, the administration ol
Hon. .1. H. Turner entered into ii eon-
tract with Messrs. Mackentio & Mann
by which till, linn was to construct
tbe V, V. & E, horn Midway to the
coast. The result of this contract wus
to relieve the Columbia & Western
Irom their obligation to build the lust
two section, ol the road authorised
under the tct ol ltcSHi, and this company accordingly discontinued operations.
Now, towards the lall ol 181)8, the
Seniliii government came into power,
that admlniitriitioii changed the
term, ut the agreement entered into
tnd executed iu due form hy the
Turner government, because il disapproved ol hind grunts, and entered
into an agreement with tlie Columbia
A-. Western by which they were to pay
twenty cents mi acre, not only for
these pniticnbir bind, due the company for having built section three,
but as well lor section lour, notwithstanding Hint section live bud not
beon built.
But, belorc it could carry out this
agreement, tbe Semlin government
were hurled Irom power, and neither
of the two administrations Immediately following it brought the matter to
a satisfactory conclusion, though the
Dunsmuir government got a, lar us
issuing the land grunts, but tbe grunts
did not cuver lands contiguous to Hie
railway a, set out in the Subsidy Act,
and were afterwards cancelled, nud
rightly so, hy Ihe now I'uiuotij Bill lit.
Now, the slaiul taken by the present
administration   in   thai the whole
matter bun been hanging lire long
enough, uml thnl, lor the linnticiiil
credit ol the province, tlie Columbia
& Wostorn iliould bo Inirly and equit-
iil.l.i dealt will, n,.'Cording to the 'onus
ot their subsidy act.     The   company
hit justly earned the subsidy (or the
portions ol  tbe   toad   conipleled,   in
accordance with tin terms of the c, n-
tract, The province is under a legal
nml moral obligation tooirry out tho
term, agreed upun, uit-l milling can
affect the equity ul the matter in Ihe
slightest. A corporation i, quite ns
much entitled tn have Its bargain,
treated with respect us is un ordinary
citizen.
THE KAIEN  ISLAND COMMITTEE
Completed its labors this morning,
with un enquiry into tlio private lives
ol Messrs. It. F. Green und E, V.
Bodwell, Nothing wns elicited. Iti
likely that two report, will be made
one a minority report.
Victoiin, II, 0., Maroh % IIIOU
A heavy and very aorlmonlou, do-
lmta look place this afternoon when
discussion was resiiniod on the
I'OI.UMIIIA .i H'KBTUHN
Subsidy Hill, over il lengthy amend-
menl Inti'odtiood by Henderson (Vale)
that the Columbia A Western Railway
Company is nut entitled to any further aid,
Patterson (Island,) stnicd the railway company hnd put itsell out ul
court by not oiinploting the term, ol
its agreement, which it hnd technically violated, He would oppose the
second reading,
Carter Cotton, president ol the
Council, remarked that, il ho hnd
ever bud u doubt us to tlio iiilvisnbilitj
ol paying this subsidy, the speech o'
the member for lho Islands would
lmvo removed It, (Laughter.) He
then thawed that the non-completion
ol the original contract wns not the
fault of the railway company, and
warmly denounced as it piece ol shuri
practice the Opposition's attempt to
take advantage ol a technicality to
repudiate the grant.
Oliver (Delta) ro*e at once stilting
the Government wa-'the slave ol the
C.l'U.
Dr, King (Cranbrook) moved the
adjournment ol tho debate. Hut Ihe
House wns interested and amused, and
turned the motion down by it vote ol
twenty to thirteen.
Brown (Greenwood) BuppnrUd
Henderson's amendment,
As the lirst night sitting of the
session wns due for 8.80, the Speaker
law six o'clock when Ihe member for
Greenwood sat down, and thc House
adjourned to get its dinner.
Resuming at 8.30, the adjourned debate on the Columbia iv. Western wa,
at once taken up by J*. H. Haw-
thoiTithwuile (Nanaimo), who spoke
Ior an hour and a half. He supported
the second reading of the measure,
and in doing so raked up the history
ol John Oliver nnd the Olalla company,
"You have culled this Government
tbe creatures ol the 0, P.R.," be
thundered, "hut what shall we ,uy of
the relation, between the Liberal p-rty
and the Grand Trunk I'l.oillo Railway?" Then he proceeded tu unlold
the latest story that the Grand Trunk
I'ucilic Railway, with the uid ol the
Liberal party in Ottawa, were trying
to force Irom the province ol British
Columbia that 16,000 acres per mile
which the McBride government refused lo the big company and their
D. minion Government agents last
session.
Thou ibe Speaker pul the motion
for llm teconil rending. It carried by
a vule of twenty to fourteen, and, niter
a lew milllllc, of routine business, the
House adjournal tn meet tomorrow
(Saturday) us the wish ol the member! is lo despatch iheir business now
ns quickly us possible,
Victoria, B. C, Maroh 8, 1006.
Willi the exception ol the Budget
Speech of the Hon. Capt, Tatlow,
Minister ol Finance, proceeding! in
the Home to-day were conlineil to
routine matters ol non-oontohilnni
cliiiructer.
I1UI10ET SPEECH
The Budget Speech,however, though
,,iuce lorbld, any attempt at oxtended
review of it here, deserves more thun
passing notice—the more so us it
bus attracted tlie most favourable
comment already, even among politico'
enemies, Tbe Finance Minister
handled his subject well, ipeaking
with the blunt direct simplicity ol n
straightforward business man, with
none ol the rhetorical lire-works .nil
clap-trap ol the professional politician.
The contents ol the speech were, ns a
whole, ol it most gratifying nature,
rellectiug no little credit ou the administration which, in the face of
enormous dilliculties, i, steadily improving the province's linanciiil condition and credit There is space here,
perhaps, to quote one sentence of the
speech, which mny he taken us typloal
of ils whole tenor:—
"I inn glud to-day," said tho Finance Ministei, "to be able to anil,,unci'
(or a second time thai we ban- not
nly been able lo live within our income during the past year, but hive
also been able to bring forward n good
surplus of revenue over expenditure,
amounting to (1388,206, t.Applnuse.)
In considering this surplus, the lirst
quostion thnl naturally arise* is ns lu
limv ii i- arrived at; und I am nappy
to be Iu 11 position to .-bow that ii wa,
entirely due to expansion of revenue
ntiscd by Improved Industrial eondi-
1 lions."   (la ml Applause.)    And tho
j applause didn't nil come from one -i'i,-
of the House, either.
NEW uill.*
The following bill, were Introduced
| and passed their lirst reading:
"An Aol to amend the Water
Chaises Consolidation Act, 1897."
"An Act to un end the Hush Fire
Aot,"
"An Act to provide for the Establishment "f ii Provincial Stook-bveed-
ers' Association, nnd Iur lite Introduction, Exhibition, Improvement.
Purchase aud Solo of Pure Hied Live
Stock.'
"An Act tu amend the   Liquor
Licence Act. 100O."
"An Act to iiiuend Chapter 18of tho
Revised Statute,, 1807,"
The Liilnl Act, tho Timber Soaling
Aot, nnd the Vancouver General 11<>■<-
piml Act passed iheir third reading,
The House wenl into com mil too on
the Municipal Clauses Act, n number
ol aiiietnliiieiils being in I ml need ami
progress reported,
The Health Aol passed through
committee, and tho North Vancouver
Incorporation Act passed its second
reading, as did lho Hoyul Pinto oiuss
Insurance Co, Act nnd tho False Creek
Foreshore Aot,
The House adjourned at 6 80 p.m.
The Man in ihi: Gai.I.EUY,
S.^y
HYNOI'HIS nl-' REGULATIONS GOV-
l-HtNlNO THU DISPOSAL UP DOMINION LANDS WITHIN THE
RAILWAY HUDT IN THE l'KUV-
l.NCE OP BH1T1SH COLUMU1A.
A LICENSE to eul timber can be at-
ttuiri-d only at public cotiipotilloii, A
rental oi' *i per square mil,; is churned
lui- all limber uortua except limit] situ-
allll we8t ul' Yale lor which llie rental la
ut ilu- tain ul ii cuius per aero per annum.
lu audition lu Un- rental, dues ui tin-
following rales are uliiirjfL-U:—
Sawn luiubir, i*i cents per thousand
feot H.M.
Hallway lies, eit-lu and nine feot lout',
I 1-- ulnl 1 3-1 cenls eucll.
Shingle boils, 3 cenls a curd.
All other products, 5 per cent un llie
sales.
A license Is issued su suun as u bertli
is granted, bui iii surveyed territory nu
timber can be cut un a berth until the
licensee has made a survey lllercul'.
Permits tu eul limber are also t'fanted
ill public competition, except in tlie case
uf actual settlers, wliu require llie Uin-
-ii'l- l,,l   ll.iir uWll use.
Settlers and others may also obtuiu
permit! tu cui up iu loo curds ut wuod for
sale  wiiliuui  competition.
Tile dues payable under a pelTnil are
J1.5I) per lliuusand l'eel 11.11., 1'ur SU.U.UC
timber and sawlugs ul' any wuud except oak; (rum 1-2 lu 11-2 cuius per lineal
I'uut 1'ur building lugs; from 111 1-2 lu Hi
celils per curd for wuud; 1 cent fur l'etlcc
posts; 11 cenls Iur railway lies; uud BI)
cents per curd 1'ur shingle bolls,
Leases for grazing purpuscs are Issued
1'ur a term ol' twenty-one years, al a
rental ol two cents pet- acre pel- annum.
Coul lands muy be purchased ul llll
per acre tor butt coal and |2o 1'ur anlliru-
die. Nui mule limn toj acres may be
acquired by one individual or company.
Huyally al the rate ul lu cenls per lun
ui 21AIU puunds is collected  ull  tile BTOS8
uulput.
Enirics 1'ur land for agricultural pui-
poset may be made peisunully al llie local land ulilce Iur the district iu Which
the land lo be taken up is situated, or
il tile liumesieader desires, lie may, on
application tu llie Minister ul ihe Interior
al Ultawa, llie Commissioner of Immigru-
liuii al \S Innlpeg, ur the locul ageni t'„r
llie District, within which llie land is
situated, receive authority lor some one
lo make entry lor nun.
A fee of lie is charged fur homestead
entry.
A Bottler who has received an entry fui
a homestead, is required to perform llie
conditions cunueeted therewith under tun.-
uf ihe following plans:—
ill ai leasi six months' residence upun
and cultivation uf tlie land in each year
during llie term of three yeurs.
ll Is the practice of llie Department tu
require a settler lu bring li, acres under
ciiltivaiiun. bui if ho prefer, he may suu-
slitute sluck; and 21) head of eallle, lu be
actually his own prupeiTy, with buildings
lor tholr accuinniudaiiuii, will be required
instead uf cultivaliou.
(2) If the fallier iur mother, if the lu-
tlier is deceased) ul ally person Wliu is
eligible lu make a homestead entry under
the provisions uf the Act, resides upon
a farm In the vicinity of the land entered for by such person as a homeslead.
itiu requirements ut Hie -Vci as lu residence priur lu ubtaiuing patent may be
saiisiied by such person residing with the
father ur mother.
ui) if ihe settler has llis permanent
residence upun farming laud uwned by
him In the vicinity uf his huineslead, the
requirements of llie .Vet as to residence
may be satislied by residence upon the
said  land.
Application fur patent should be made
al the i-nd uf three year, before tlie lucal
agent, sub-agent ur a homesieo-i inspector.
Uefore making application (ur a patent,
the seiner must give six months' notice
In writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his Intention tu du so.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
Ottawa. Fcbruray lltli. 1905.
I ,ui:.C'Mftv.o.'ti
(ol be-vj- bind.   »
"Ciirtio-Miiciielil" Klas-
.ic Cushion Straiu, $1.00,
Free booklet "HIoli to Sliaven,"
GRIFFON KNIVES"
Mii.li-of "iii'iiliin Itinior si,','l. Thoy
Imiii an edge longer ilo... nil!' knin-
until.-.  Full assortment,  All-iil,-.
Lawrence Hardware Co.
Limited,
REVELSTOKE II. 0,
McKenzie
and
Martin
THE   GROCERS
Dealers in FRUITS
OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON
Vernon,B.C
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f/frm JtUW Al&ftJlJlsOTV rO JiinU/
un?
^^Atst'Jtl.^u^ty OAjL fleic&t/nj, Crls Q4-T- rt^./w' AP^vd/
fac/kefy /f-c-au'vcJ Qnvbfa/nJ aJf-c*vJ-von/ n<o itfaroaMr
fk(K$ Onfai
R150 PEN ED
REMODELED
Union /fofe/ Restaurant
Mrs. McKitrick, Manageress.
Open nl .ill hours, Short Orders tastefully served,
Meal Tickets Issued. Rates Moderate
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A l.ti'i;v vitriol)
ol'  Glasses always
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we guarantee a
perfeel lit,
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If   you    ivi|iiiiv
am thing in Je wnlry
ii is here Ibryoiii
\
'i        A eotnpielo sloi-lt
/    ot the  riifiil   elass
'V •' k h-
J. GUY BARBER,   -  Jeweller, Optician
U      The Leading Merchant Tailors
$        Don'l order a Suit because ii is cheap,   Order it 9
S because ii will lie becoming, fashionable, durable and 9
comfortable,   The best is thc cheapest,   We make the
tbest,   In making a Suit we give advice when wanted and
we accept advice when a customer desires to give it,
tl'.veiv now and then von arc confronted with tlie
question, " Who's YourTailor"—Cresssman \' Morrison,
i4f of course.
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NOTARIES ''
SIBBALD & FIELD
HAVE
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE
IN ALL PARTS 0\: THE CITY
INSURANCE COMOX COAL
HALP-T0Mg5;-fj
^ z\nc-zKmo5jyzr\[mzx:° i
NflfflDNfift
"510 Histmjsi'W !
Maple Leaf Rubbers
lin- the liiust sntisfitctorv brand for
both (lealcr nnd wearer in this
province.
They possess llll the good qualities of material, style, lit, linish
ninl durability ohnrncteristio ut llie
best Iiniii,ers, uml nro more serviceable under Western cliiniilie con-
dilions.
Ask vour denier for
Rubbe
t J®1 J. Leckie Co.. LM.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
I.IMITKI).
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY,
REVELTSOKE, B. O.
HOTEL VICTORIA
(Under   New   Management'
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   C,
First-olas accommodation for traveller.-,
best brands of Wines, Spirits, and
Cigars.
RATES $1 AND $150 PER DAY
FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS
Central Hotel
^^ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
Newly built,     First-elasa 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
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords, licst Wines. Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $i a day,   Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT     STOITB,    PROP.
Queens ftotel
jCOMAPLIX;
Bestjbrands of Wines, Liquorsand Cigars.   Travellersjto
Pish Creek will find'excellent accommodation at this
b*
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG,
Proprietoi
x
Ask Your Dealer for
"BUCK BRAND"
Garments for Workingmen, |   { /)
Overalls, Smocks, Shirts, etc.   \
ItEOISTEnEt) TRADE MARK
They always hour our Trade Murk and the Union Label
Wm. J. McMaster & Sons, Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS      -     VANCOUVER, B. C.
CITY LIVERY STABLES
I lack Service to any part of the City at all
bouts. Rigs equipped for Sleighing Parties,
First class Single and double Rigs. Express
tlraying and Transferring,    Saddle and  Pack
louses for bin:.    All kinds of job  work  undertaken,   Wood for sale.
Stun I.   AND    RkSIDBNCH    PPONB 41
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Ouiet Business only means look to vour  advertising and
see that you get a space in
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We have opened n tliiiinient of Stock nml Poultry Food in nil
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S REVELSTOKE,   B   C, (S
DIED.
B :   -m viv—At Revelitoke, 11. c . on
March 3rd.   An Inn   K.   I'.i luli-hnw, |
bom June 8th. I>TC aged 211 year.*.:
Local and General.
In tie-libel -nil liy   Premier   Scott
...'.: -i Mclnnes, at Regina, Melnnei
mu-  I,- ml  guilty  ,,i libel and lined
1100.
l.akin and Kenney, ol Clovortlale,
nt-!,.- fined $10U ;'■ i operating it steam
engine without its being in charm- ol
a ei n | - o-iii engineer.
Mr* i. Lyons received the snd hilt :_■. uce yesterd ly "f the dentb ol
lier lathi r, Mr, Walker, at his home
in D minion City, Man.
W, 11. Robertsou and E. C. Kroinoy
have purchased Irom 11. S. Cnyley,
tin I t mid building on cornor ,,f First
street and 11 ryle avenue.
A suggestion is made to us that the
oommitt.ee of the Rod and Gun Club
-.-: '; : well to consider the introduction ol ear], into such water ns
\V: lianis : - Lake.
Vancouver wiil be represented at
tbe meeting ol the Alpiue Ciub to be
held at Winnipeg and a meeting ol
the Tourist Assoeiation will be held
tonightI ■'.- ' a delegate to represent
Revi -• ke
St. Patrick - Concert, March litli
The pr igranime ;- made up of reiid-
.:..--. recil iti ns . ical and instrumental music by the best local talent.
Fancy drills bj girls in c -i inn a
spt ial leatun    I) n'l n iss it.
Tl • Firtl -E tl i. I ,. «li,, played to
a big a   ii m -   n the eity tw    years
[.peni   . lin    i.  Saturday,
March   list    icil     This    • uipany
-.. de a decid,   bil    hen hen   bel n
' '■■.'. :-'- ive . -     ■ tpp rl
:. ■    ■ tin 11(1 .,■:■■ II -  ■■'
. ■   merchants        I hnvi
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Settli   ■  •■      ney except at I    I its
lace i It      . gang U at
I   ' -1
ilnte it at I
il
the Ctnadii coinagi
A  meeting t-j   ,i   ■   ■-. n
t night l
: - .: tn -•■     .  Ml   i - .til
Vict        •- I the H. I   I   ..t
Grower?   A-- - i iti m.     I'hi    ccture
PALATOL
A perfect tasteless
Compound ol ( -"1 I.:1. er
Oiland Hypophosphites
por I o ighs,  I
Wasting Diseases,
Red Cross Drug (o.
did nol lurn up, nml so few knew anything about ilu- meeting that only
iw,, or three were prcsonl Ibougli
grout interest is tnken by liuit-gruwert
iu a inovi-iili'iil ul Ibis kind, anil 11)0
matter dropped tor the present.
A sensation lias boon oilliscd ill
Idaho hy tlio stitloiiicr.l ol n man
mimed Oroluu'd, who was connected
with the "inner circle ' ol lln Western
Federation of Miners, Ihnl thoy hnd
planned nnd carried oul -I niimlert.
Ailiims, anotliiir nii-inbi'i'. i-onlirilis
Orchnrd'8 story, lioyco, the former
president, nt the time some ol these
tnlii'ders were staled to ham been
planned, mny bo tu'rested,
Social and Personal
Mrs. Temple loaves today for Vanoouver,
Mr, nnd Mrs. E, Corning leave tonight ou a trip to California.
F. Morgan has returned and taken a
position with Ronnie Pros.
,1, li. Sibbald isespected back from
his eastern trip about the 15th inst.
.1. 0. Bradley has goue to Nevada as
tin- representative ,,f mining investor*.
G. F Curtis, formerly ol Revelstoke,
is taking liis final examinations in ins
medical course.
Miss Nesbitt, tlio newly appointed
matron of (Revelstoke Hospital, "iii
arrive from tbo eail lo ei ter on her
duties aboul the loth,
A social  under the auspices
Epwortb League will beheld il Mrs
Mel nt) re's on Thursday evening to
which the young people are invited.
Mi*.- Wslop, HA., "i Revelstoke
City school, lm* been appointi ds per
visor oi an examination tu lie held in
Revelsl ike n account ol Mnuil
L'nivt rsity, Rev J I! Robertson, I'-
A . of Ktio . church, Ri > -'
write (ur the degree ul I'. I' at this
examination.
Ou Monday ,-■• niiijj  al  the  i n n
Rests    int. Mi ■    McKil ick  .
i 1.1| ..-■ to tin   -,.'  .' eri ami   ...
thi   Mi    -,- -■      Cm I-"
lowing lieing l •'-    Mn. a
Mies McN   -     Mr. and .M
Mi     tl ,1     Mi     -   .1     i   le
,,:'   Beaton,    Miss    II iltner    Messrs
w.ciutiiis    r. ii    i  i ni Kid.
I:    .. i tnd I- t-il II trke  'A   I-' Ogil
ie, Robt. Tal .      I  -..-'-• -i'
.-•-.■ Is enli tui led cil t in iiionl
prograi me
We have jusl received our spring
stock t-l Carpitstnnl Linoleum? choice
Business Locals.
Nothing better than—"Our Speoiitl,"
The stump photo man is very busy
jusl now.
Dressmakers wanted, C. II. Hume
iv Co,
Having made arrangements to continue Ibe Dressmaking Department at
C, II. lliiineA- (Jo's. Departmentitoro,
I hope to sco my customers mul plenty
ol new friends.
Miss Annie Hough,
Photos: Photos! I Photos! !! Only
fiUc. n dozen, with three positions.
Call and see our stock of wall paper,
lace curtains nnd curtain fixtures,
C, II. 11 ii ni.- A Co.
Patronize home industry—smoke
Revelstoke Cigars.
T. Page has started business iu the
building next, to Allum's Jewelry
store, on Mackenzie Avenue, as boot
ami shoemaker and repairer, and
lindci'takoa repairs nf belting, IniiTieis,
ele.
Oranges, lemons, apples, bananas,
rhubarb, lettuce and watercress on
sail-al C. II. Hume A Cos.
Pleases every smoker—the "Marca
Yiielta."
Head our advertisement lor prices
in all kinds ol fresh, smoked nml
canned lish—0, II. Hume & Co.
.1. P. McLennan will io-opon on
Monday next the dry goods store
which he has purchased from the A.
E.George Company, lie returned
Saturday Irom tbo coast where he
mado extensive purchases ol new goods
for Ihe re-opening.
James W, Davidson, brother ol the
president of tbe Canadian Pacific
Irrigation-Colonization Company, has
purchased a half interest in the
Staples I.limber Company,
colorings and I- signs
.'. Co., Ltd,
l    ll. llm
TO SUBSCRIBERS.
The Maii.Hkk.u.i) will be delivered
1,, any part of the city, or mailed to
any address within tlie postal union
for $2.50 per annum, payable in ad-
vance. Ibe clubbing arrangement!
with "ther papers will remain in force
lor th  who prefer  to  have   their
subscription! mat way.
COUNTY COURT
in,I.- i
night,    riiere were
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nn  Fronl  street.  Re' ki    ,   peai
ago,
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Don't forget "The Colleen
Bawn," at the Opera House
March 23rd,
1-3 OFF
1-3 OFF
The largest stock uf Smokers' Supplies in
thc Interior at One-Third Less than Kegulai
Prices lor ihe next Fifteen Days, Meerschaum Pipes, Uriar Pipes Gold and Silver
Mounted Pipes, Cigar and Cigarette loses,
Cigar and Cigarette Holders, Tobacco
Pouches, Tohacco |ars, Turkish Hookas, clc
BROWN'S   CIGAR   STORE
1-3     OFF TELEPHONE No.  1(1 \*Q     OFF
U'e hgrcl In hnve In el icle Ihe
dentb on Siilunliiy nighl ul Arthur
llrailsliaw. broth r ,,l' T, U llraiLhaw,
0 P. ll. agent ill Kevultt»ke. Deceased
had been confined lo Ibe hospital Iur
two weeks  with   typhoid   fever,   nud
though llis condition wis rocugtiised
as serious ho rallied on Saturday nnd
was reported ns showing a good I'coov-
cry, so that the end uiuno unexpectedly.
Deceased wns tbo lirst patient in llie
Hi-velstoke hospital oil its being
opened and bus had n succession ol
accidents ami illnesses, lle hud been
employed on llie C. I'. It. ns brake-
man lor thi' past (our or live years.
Uu wns highly esteemed by all wliu
knew him. Deceased parents live
hero, lie wat 21) years of ago. Much
sympathy is lelt with tlio sorrowing
relatives in their bereavement.
The funeral look place yesterday
Irom thc residence ul T. W. Ilrndshaw,
and was very largely attended. It was
under the auspices ol Hold Range
Lodge Xo. 20 K. ol P. Rev. C. A.
Pl'OOUlller held ii short service at the
residence, when tbe luneral procession
wus formed headed by ollicers and
members uf Hold Range Lodge No, 2(1
K. of 1',, and ollicers and members ol
the Brotherhood uf Railway Trainmen
The chief mourners wcro the lather
uud brothers ol deceased. The Rutli-
Hoiio Sisters and Ladies Auxiliary ol
tlie li. ol It. T. also attended,
The pall-bearers were:—Bros, A, J,
Howe, ,1.11, Scott, ll. II. Brook, representing the K. ul P., uud Bros. L,
G, McLeod, A. McLeod and A. Mcllee,
representing llietrainincn. Rev. C.A
Procunler conducted service ut tlie
grave. The rituul of the K. of P's.
wus road hy Bro. Bennett. •
The collin wus buried in heautilu
wreaths sent by the following:—
Knights ol Pythias, wreath; lliotli
eihood ot Hallway Trainmen, broken
brake wheel; Order Railroad Conductors, Division 2117, wreath; Brotherhood of Railroad Firemen, broken
wheel; Rathbone Sisters, Triangle;
Ladies Auxiliary to II, of It. T„ Audi
or; Mrs. Cormier und Miss MoKinnoil,
Anchor: Mr, .Sadler, Vancouver, lie-art
and spray; Mrs. Forde, spray; Mrs.
Cross, spillies; Mrs. Cuok. Vancouver,
spray; Hriidshiuv family, Vancouver
wreath; Mrs. Spering, Vancouver,
spray; Miss Hrudshuw, Vancouver
spray,
This ia tlio lirst breach by death in
the membership of the Gold Range
Lodge K. ol P.
K. OF P. NOTICE.
A special meeting will be held on
Sunday evening ut 7 p.m. (sharp), to
attend memorial service ut the Church
of England, in memory of our late
llr,,. Bradshaw. A full attendance is
requested.
mlO K. IV. H. PAGET, CO
CARD OF THANKS.
Io the members of Knighls of
Pythias, the Brotherhood of Railroad
i rail en and --tln-r kind friends, we
-. -. ti extend our sincere thanks lor
their kindly aid and sympathy in the
. u   :'  nr dear sou and brother.
Mi   ind Mr- II  Bradshaw
ami family
CORRESPONDENCE.
That Petition.
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-   -    ■   •    e ago a | etition
- -   i,'   ■ ited  in  Revelstoke
the objei ii aa stillicient
■ ..        tained
the City Council
with  lln    request   -i .-    .-.in,I,ling I
itipp il    Mighl , ,-> whether thit
petition     ■ taken to tin
cil and if it hi ■ of ii -
I  mdi   ■ ii   .-■-   petii
,'„ -' . i-.   il  ii,  .rd, i
■lui     u    ■ , .
i bacci sion - but
iv •    ■    ■ tin ii
il., j I ail     -        he truth and il no
-- thc reason I I - id
mat,on      I   in.     tc
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R,      tiike.M - IHOCI,
Ilu- p-! -        h-I to the
Licent ers   vho acted
ii... En. M  II
;CITY OF EDMONTON,
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' ill ii   li'i'ln ,,,'.'   -.J   ll   III,,',-,-,-,,-. I Hi-
i null "illi'iti Mr, • ~i   I ,', '	
in ,„it     K.  '      ».l       ' "Hi, ins ii--'
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Ijiiii, ' nl IIIJ  I"   „"!    i   ,,   ,.|,,".l
oto    I    KIVMIItll
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Mutual Life Assurance Caters
Profitably to Home Business.
Nearly li per cent, 5.011 lu lad, wm
the line ul interest earned by Ibe Mu
tnnl Llie Assurance Company ol Can
udii on ils biVt'Stnieiils lust year, as
shown by llie lliilli annual report presented at the meeting just held al
Waterloo The piliey-hulilers ure congratulating themselves ou new business
for the year to the extent nl 11,452 poll
cies, amounting to if5.iilic.lilH, all of
which, except $1111,1)00, wns dune in
Camilla, The total ass trance iu force
is upwards ol forty million dollars, a
ne! Increaso lor the year ol $2,NS!I,I 111,
The directors haven preference (or the
Dominion risks, whoso quality is more
certain and cost much lower The
death claims lor tho year were only
■II per cent ol the iimiiiint expected,
und tlie expenses and tuxes lull one
per cenl, below the previous your.
'llie Investments of the company
nre piincipitlly ill mortgage loans on
farm nnd cily property, in bonds und
municipal debentures, The total assets
wcro Sj8,220,680.s5, o( which 17,71)4,-
098.85 were cash.
The surplus wus nf tho most satisfactory character, being over u million
dollars by tho Government standard,
The earnings ol the company (or the
year wore $254,lli;i (10.
At the annual meeting the retiring
directors, Sir Wilfrid Luurier, Mr. A
Huskin, K. C, Mr. Justice Harrow and
Mr. E. P. Clement, K. 0,, were re
elected. Mr. Robert Mclvin was alsi
re-elected President, Mr. btoskln, First
Vice-President, nnd Mr. Justice Brit-
tun, Second Vice-President. The sub
stnntial oluiracter of the company uud
the ndviintugcs it offers have insured
n constantly expanding patronage.
Messrs. Kincaid nud Anderson lire
agents (or the Mutual (or Revelstoke
and district,
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CANADIAN METAL COMPANY
Adds Another Operating Smelter to British Columbia's
List.
Excellent progress is being made
at the Pilot Buy smelter by the
Canadian Metal Company. So far
the work done is mainly lead separation on the ores of the Blue Bell mine.
(I. 0. Buchanan, loud bounty commissioner, says the work ut Pilot Bay
is the most important and interesting
ol all recent developments in the liiin
ing industry in the Kooteiiays. Ho
considers tlie volume of the work and
its value are at least equal to what
is being accomplished at the Sullivan
mine und the Mnrysville smelter.
C. Fernau, interviewed on the subject, suid that the product of the
smelter is now about Illll Ions of load
concentrates u day, averaging about
78 per cent. Improvements nre being
made constantly and the output will
probably be increased in .the early
future. A very interesting feature of
the work is u new process adopted by
Mr. Fernau for separating iron from
other ores. It is somewhat simpler
than Hie Ding machine used in G.
Alexander's separator at Kaslo nml is
believed to be equally efficient.
In the   Ding   process   iron   is  ex
traded from the stream ol ore flow
int/ down the table by a wheel with
attached bars magnetised by an elec
trie current,  revolving  rapidly jmt
above Ihe table.     Particles of iron are
attracted to the bars and deposited at
lb,--ith-where the magnetic  current
does nol operate.
Mr. Feriiatt's arrangement stibati-
ttiii-s coils of magnetised wire along
'in- sides oi Ilu- table for the revolving
ivhoej As tlm pulverised ore runs
down tin- table the iron in ll Is drawn
to the sides, while the other ore, lead
or /ine, goes down the centre.
• • •
LOG SCALING.
In consequent I the  Mountain
Lumbermen's Association requesting
ilu- government lo legalize the Doyle
-'■ale in the district cast of Ibe Cascade
mountain!, in preference to tho British
Columbia scale, which works unsatisfactorily for loga of ■mailer diameter,
though good lor Hie linger logs ol the
coail distrii'i .1 A. Maedonald, lesder
oi tlio opposition, raised Ilu- ipieslion
iii Hie bouse
lion    li    K   Iiiiiii, cbiel  COIHIIlls-
tionor in replying to Mr, Maedonald,
gave assurance (hut tho ponding meat-
ure for the measurement of timber
would not affect the dislricl east of
il,e Cascade mountains, unlil such
ton,' n the scale t j iteration was gone
thoroughly Into, und loglilatlon dealing with ihe samo was enacted.
bargain! lor  Friday and Saturday
oil-  mi   Filed   Sardine! only 5c. per
tut at C. II. Hume A- Co's.
C. P. R,  HOTELS.
Company will Spend $500,000
on Enlargements this Year,
The manager of the Canadian I'noi-
lie railway hutel system, Mr. Iluylcr
Reed, ul'vcsiiitlt,'.|ii(scnl in Winnipeg,
lias ii u lion need thut the company's
expenditure on the hotel improvements ili|lt,fuj|irgciucnl8 now in progress or iflt'idt In be carried mil iii Ibe
mountains will luunnnl lo f500,OUO
At tin- company's popular and recently enlarged hotel at Banff, extensive alterations are being mndo to
inei't the wnnl.* of Ihe ever-growing
number ol tourists who male that
nioiiiilaiii rf'inli-zi'iii.ii their summer
resort, Cliiuw(>8fii[)(l additions ol u
iiioir important vliar.iclor than will be
iiiiileriiikeii i Ids apt ing uro ill o.Hiietn-
iilii 1 ion HM-c, arid liiin yeur's work will
be curried out with a view lo tbe Oil-
.-,*-.    >,.u       '
liirgenienls ol the liiture,
The other mountain hotels, such us
the Lake" 'Louise Chalet, nt which the
accommodation will bo doubled, and
Mount Stephen House at Fi Id, and
tbe hotel nt Glacier, are having new
wings that .will provide much additional accoul'lliiulution anil render an
extension ol' idhitng-room and other
facilities' possible ''
',v.r.S,li',..*»i.i      . .   .' .,
W LARDEAU.
(%i„^Heview.)
It is resojATil 'lin good authority
thnt the £l$-it Nur-thcrn Mines Co.,
owning tbs'*Clyatcrj.triterioii ol Cam-
borne, und' Lticky-'Jiick nnd Swede
croups at R6ll%r,ifcinowln possession
ol uni|ile('nsjj||i»| ttfjnish work systematically,    ream   x
The Laclede Mining Co., operating
the Mother Lode of Poplar, is getting
in shape to rosiiinc active operations
at an early date,
Tlio ground between thc 700 I't.
level und,the,800 ft, level In the Silver
Cup is lieing thoroughly developed
und me blucKed out. It bus hrcn demonstrated lliill Ibe ore bodies are
continuous 11 uu. permit iicnt throughout
the whole distance with the exception
of about 110 leet, The grade is oven
better than that above the 800 (t. level.
Only what ore is met with in development is being Shipped, it being the
poliny of the minagomen! to block
out and thoroughly open up Ihe oro
rose.vos.     	
Tlie Broadview is getting out its
usual quantity , of ore (two tons per
duy.) Anothercrew Was added this
week to drive from it lower jioint in
the shaft to intercept the ore at a
greater depth. 11 is estimated that on
the completion of this drilt the output will be increased lo •! tons per
day.
At a speciul meeting nl Ihe Guinea
Hold Mines of II. C , held at the office
of C A. Cooper, soc.-treas, St. Cloud,
Minn., a few days ago, funds wero
raised for the pushing of work (Hiring
the summer. There is a good amount
of high grade ore iu sight which will
be shipped nnd the lower levels
developed.
A TIMELY HINT.
Advertise—and11 he .world is with you!
Don't—and you'll he alone,
For Canadian people will never pay
A cent to The Great Unknown.
-Lite.
WANTED
nOSITION in inivnli'liimlly  Apply
I ill   Hli* Ollire.
1.1011 HALE   l."l on Seconil S I,
II lle.'ll'eil   ami   relied.    Price $:IIHI.
Apply M III. HlUIAI.Il olliee.
I.1CIK  SALE   Seennil-hiinilsiile,  up-
r    ply nl this olliee.
\TOUNG   lady   wishes position  as
I    HlennnT'iiphi'i',      Apply    Mail-
liliHAI.II Olliee.
WANTED   All experienced limine,
Riiuuiglil,   Apply Hotel Hm-
elsloke.
T. PJLGKE,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Ittipuli'i to I tool* nml shoes, Harness,
Hi'ltiug, eie., promptly made,
Nexl Alllllll'S Jewelry Store, McKenzie Avenue, •lievelsloke.
The Prince Mining and
Development Company,
I.IMITKII   I.IAIIII.I'IT
Tn nn: Suiitiaiiu,nuns in- rill; I'iiixii: Minimi
imi IIKVKI.III'llKXT CnillM.SV, l.illlili-il UilMIII),
H,,i-,,|st„k,-, II. t:., I'VI,, mill, WOO,
N„ti,'i, Is linriiliyglvim tliul tin' Annual Mootlnx
nlllli'Sltiir,'li„l,li'is nftlii, I1,in,-,- MInini.,.itnl ll,*
ii'l„|iiiii'iit Cunititiiiy, l.iiiiiii-il l,iiil,ililv, uill Is-
lii'lil a! lln- C luniv's lllli,-i', Pits  Slit'i'l, lli'ii'l
•tolls, U. c. iiii Wi'iliirsiliiv, (lin iiili day ill
Mnirli . ll., iooe.nl lln1 li'iuriif iii„„','l,„'k in
tlie nfl,trillion, f,,r tin- |,nr|„,s,, „f ,'1,',-liii" ,,111,','is
f„i- Hi,' unsllltig yi-iir, ami fitrnll „tli„f ]inrtu,s,'s
mlntliiJItii tl"' uiniiniu'iiii'iit „f Hit- t'„ai|,i,ny.
'I In' 'halisfcr Honk of tin' l'„ia|„inv uill Ihi t'loSOll
during llm f„<iiii',,,i iluys Intiiitsjinluly iuvcuiIIiir
sai'li mitetlng,
Unli'il in  Ittu'olsloko, n. ('., Iliis milt iini nl
IVInuill). A. II., 1IKII1.
w. M, ItlliiWN,
I'l-iislilonl.
,1, SI, SCOTT,
St't'O'tarj-
NOTICE.
\T0T1CK i>' liornliy Rlvoh tlmt,»i rfnys nflnr
li ilnio, I in tomi ioii|i[ilytn Mm dlilaf Com*
niMsionnr nl IjiiihIs ninl Works tor a Bimetal
licenso to cut iintlrnrry nwny timlmr front tho
fnllciwiiiK liosoribod latniU Bltuulfld on wosl
slnne cil Halfway rrock run ni tig Into Arrow
Lnftfl in Wost Kootouay dUtrlcl■;
1. CoinnniDcliiiiiiliiiiit |nfiuiillunorlli fnnn K,
il. llurrliljuo'HHiintli Hunt -junior |iosl nml niniki'il
"A, Kili*;ir's imrlli cusl cnriii'i' ihwIj" Uli'lii'fl sniilli
sn iiIikIih, Wi clmins west, 8t) cliaiiis north, 811
chaitiH wist to point nf riiiiiinoncriiii'iit,
2. (Ifiinincitclnu ni a po»t |iltititt>il nliont is
elinliiHMimtli i'i 1*), (I, llnrrltlfzu'Mnnrtli ivuHttjor*
ncr nml marked "A. Kilttani tnmtli owl rner
mwt," tlionco mirth Bt) cnaliin, went sn olmlnrt,
tlionco soutli ho I'thiins, ilii'iii'i* L*nst 80 olntlnsln
|inlnt nf coinnionoonienl,
il. Coinnionclnu nl n jinut |ilnntod ulimil |il>fa
nilli' west from ll. Mi'dirmiu'li'ss'iiitli tveat cnnior
nml niArhud "A. '',iliriar'ri,"riiiitihiKtii>it]i BUcliauis,
mi'sI sn clinliw, tlioiice mintli W fhuins.tholco
oiwt so chnitiH tn [iniiit of I'oiHiiii'iu'i'inmil.      '
Diid'il thiit i'lth ilu) nf March. 1IHKI.
A. KDUAlt! Iincato},
Jhe interior
Publishing Co.
Aimited.
AITHIIIll/l-'.n tAI'ITAI.
$50,000.00
nivI.lL>.! lot,, Kl.noil Slums, of SS.I1I Kin-li.
fitod Office,
Kevelstoke, £. C.
Canada.
In order t" place litis Loin-
/mill/ nn il Jirsl rlimsjiiimiriiil
footing, ii limited manlier of
Shares are offered fur Snbscri/i-
liun.
Intending purchasers should
apply for particulars to
Kincaid & Anderson
Hraken, Reretiloke, II. C.
FINEST
PARIS LUMP
SUGAR.
mmmtSML
If- Absolutely
r     all Cane
^ Sold only in Z lb Packages:   5u^dn
"I'.-iris I.iiiiiii" I, Hi,, purest lorin In ulilcli sitmir ,-nn Ihi i lc   Ki,„i nl	
..i.aikli-s will, lirilliai,,-,,, tit,. ,o,i,ll nfnurfool (•ryiUilliatlon, Von will lwi'.I.'i ,-,l
frAr^TiiBaiihi     '"'"' ""' Wi'iKS
Tht B. 0. tusrar RoflniriK Co., Ltd,, Vancouver, s. O.
How's Your Printing ?
Arc equipped lo turn out all kinds of Legal and Commercial Printing in thc Best Styles and with promptitude.
Write, 'Phone or leave your order, when it will have
our best attention.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
K E V I'. I.STO K E ,   B, C,

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