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f       KEEP YOUR EYE ON       ~*
Bews' Drug Store
Easter Cards & Novelties
The
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Prescription Work
i-ec-ivc* Ibe promptest cure
mul intention al
Bews' Drug Store
Vol 12.-No. 61
EEVEESTOKF, B. 0. MARCIi 24, 1906
$2.50 Per Year
Mail
Order
Dept.
C.B.Hume&Co.
Write
For
Samples
LIMITED.
DEPARTMENT'.STORE.
MILLINERY OPENING
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
Thursday, March 29
You an' welcome und bring your friends. We will have a representative show of nil Ibe newest styles—tho Princess jVliee, Mirely
Mary Ann, etc.  The colorings, etc., are well worth while.
8EE   THE  WINDOWS
A Fancy Vest for Yon
We arc allowing an attractive army of the celebrated " 20TH
CENTURY BRAND FANCY VESTS.
Tbe Fancy Vest is a Stylish bit of uppurel, uf course, but it is
also very warm, comfortable and serviceable.
We guarantee the Fit and CJuulity of these Vests, and prices are
such aB will appeal to you.
Jams, Honey, Marmalade
C. k B. Jam, all kinds 7 lb. tins
C. A II. Jam, all kinds  1 lb. tins
C. G B. Jam, all kinds 1 Hi. Bottles
C. A- B. Jellies 1 lb. Bottles
C. k B. Marmalade 7 Ih. Tins
CAB.       "         4,.lb. Tins
CAB.       "         1 lb. Jars
Dundeo        "         7 lb.TinB
Dundee
1 lb. Jura
Robertson's Pine Apple Marmalade 1 lb. Jars
Robertson's Green Fig nnd Ginger 1 Ib. Jnrs
Pure Clover Honey 5 lb. Tins
Pure Clover Honey 2 lb. Tins
Pure Clover Honey 1 lb. Bottles
Wild Roao Honey 1 lb. Buttles
Preserved Ginger in 1 lb. Jars, 5 Ib tins of Climax .lain
5 lb. Tins of Climax Jelly, all kinds.   Syrup in tins, all sizes
Try Our Ram Lai's Teii-lillc. per lb.—5 lbs. Ior $2 50
Try ourO. 0. Blend Cotl'eo selling now at -IOc. per lb.
Spring
Shoes
We are receiving every
shipments of New Shues.
lry to keep tbe must up-tl
shoe department itnilniu-c
nre appreciated! if we enn
by  nut' output, which is
liiiuiilly Increasing.   Jus1
we are showing heavy,
shoes for muddy weather,
nut- window.
iln v
We
i-ihilc
ll'urls
judge
run-
now
stout
See
DUESKMAKINd AND Mll.l.lNEItY-SKCONl) FLOOR,
C.B. Hume & Co., Ltd
DEPARTMENT  STORE.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Riley Introduced in the Senate.
—Projected Railway lo Tete
Jaune Cache. Big Price for
Mines.  Other Wires.
fllV Ti:i.i<:ui(Ai'ii|
Ottawa, Maroh 24,—Senator Riley
was introduced in tbe Semite yesterday by Senators Scott nnd linstock.
Tbe Commons passed ull yesterday
in supply uud agreed to ull customs
estimates nnd part uf the post olliee
aud justice appropriations,
Prcnier Lnurier was asked by a
d putatiou to bring the express companies-nidi, .i. c.nl,cl ul tbo Railway Commission
.ilacPhiTSun into,,il need u bill uu-
Ihoritiiig llm Vancouver, Wcslminstor
noil Yukon tiiliu'ilil bntnol.es, including-.one to Tete Jniino Cache.
Seattle, March .21.—Win. Mao-
kcuzio, ol Toronto, has bought for
live million dollars the Conrad
Consolidated Mines on Windy Arm.
London and New York capital is to
b villi a railway from tide wnter on
Prince William Sound, to the Copper
River country.
ViiTouiA, B.C., Maroh 24.—Captain
Mickkeiscn. win, i.* lo sail towards
the North Pole, bus recbristened the
sealing schooner " Ileal rice," bought
here, to tbe " Duchess of Bedford," in
honor ol the British peeress, who has
given much attention tu Polar re.
Benrob.
Toi-o.viii, March 24.—The Cuniuliuu
Northern havo bought real estate in
the eastern central district, to thu
value of $326,000 for terminal purposes,
Pi.T-uuiti:, M rcb 24.—Coal has
advanced to Innvjno prices. Tlie news
from Indianapolis that the conl miners
and operatorB' committoe has so far
failed to reach au agreement, is send-
tbe price oi conl sky high.
Sax FRANCISCO, March 24.—A despatch from Los Angeles says that the
Yuquis In-'iians have slain seven more
people, live lieing women. Tbey ambushed the party of Pedro Mc/..-,
the president of Ladura Sonora and
Mexico, consisting of Menu, his wife,
and three daughters, Mrs. Hod' mid
TbeoJurc Hull'. Tbe two men taught
hack to buck in defence of the women,
but from the first their chances wore
nil.
New York, March 24,—Beloro
leaving for England yesterday, Sir
Thomas Sbaiighiiegsy gave it as bis
opinion that the U. 8. railroads were
making altogether too much opposition to the proposed rate ol the regulation bill. He said : " Kate regulation iu Canada is under the sole
control ot the Railway Oomistlon nnd
is satisfactory t-u both railways and
shlppen, United Stat,es railroads
would be better under Government
regulation rates.
SHOCKING FATALITY.
Two Sons ol C.P.R. Employees
Burned to Death.
Calgary, Alta., March 21,-Two
little boys, Gordon McRae, aged fivej
years, son ol a Canadian Pacilic, Railway engineer, nnd bis playmate, Cecil
Dayton, son ol a C. P. R, fireman, were
burned lo death in a stable In which
they were playing yesterday.
No one knew they were there until
tbo bodies were discovered alter the
Bremen bud extinguished the  Humes
POLITICAL
Tho Dominion   Government will
amend  the legislation "I Insl session
granting pensions to ex-minister" to
apply only to ex-ministers in nei '
circumstances.
INCENDIARISM.
Kincaid & Anderson's Office
Fired.
About 2:80 yesterday morning an
alarm wns rung in, tlie cause being
lire in the ollicen ol Kincaid nnd
Adereon, insurance agents, un First
Street. Avolumootsmoko was seen
issuing (rum the rear uf Ibe building,
and on the alarm being rung in, No,
2 Brigade mustered promptly and
extinguished tbo lire before much
damage wns done.
The origin of the fire is n mystery,
but looks suspiciously like the work of
an iuoendiary, It started in nn unused room where no Bro bud been
burning nnd app, n-ed lo have been
s ai'led underneath the building or
under the door. There is little-doubt
it was the work ol nn incendiary. We
don't want any fin bugs in Revelsloke und hope no euVrl will bespared
by the police and insurance companies to bring the thing Inline to tbo
perpetrator,
LUMBERING.
The Bowman Lumbor Co. will start
butting nt the, Rcvelstuke mill un
Monday uud at their new mill ut
Comuplix by the middle of April.
'lie Revelstoke Sawmill Co., Ltd.,
expect starting up,their new mill ut.
the Big Eddy, Rcvelstuke, in about
three weeks,
CREDITABLE
PRODUCTION
Of " The Colleen Bawn" by
the Amateur Dramatic Club
Last night — Entertainment
Followed by Dance.
As was anticipated '"The Co'lieen
I! iwn" complimentary benefit lo Mr.
Kid Mis. T II. Dunne, by the Amateur Dr malic Club, drew n Lugo
crowd tc the Opctu House last night.
'Throughout', the audience followed ihe
play with the closest attention, nnd
lie performance was punctuated frequently with outbursts ol applause.
jiirs. H. A, Brown, in tbe title role,
drew high encomiums frum tbe audience, aB did also W. M. Lawrence as
Father Tom. W. A. Sturdy played
the extremely dillicult character of
IJardrcss Cregan with great credil,
und T. H. Dunne ns Danny Mann was
particularly good, especially in tho
death scene. R. II. Sawyer was true
io life ns Mylcs, n rule Irish boy, and
kept the audience convulsed with
laughter. Miss Hislup gave a splen-
did representation ol Slieclnh, Danny's
mother. This was Miss Hialup's lirst
appearance ns a member ol the Dramatic Club, and, judging from her
performance last night, will prove a
great acquisition to the club. Mrs.
W. M. Lawrence, na Miss Anne Chute,
and Mrs.T. II. Dunne, as Mrs. Oregan,
cleverly portrayed their respective
characters, T. E, L. Taylor, us Kyrle
Daly.. Slid D. M. line, ta Oorrigan,
were nlso good. Good support was
given by Ilu: guesl", scrviints nml
soldiers, uud altogether it wns n most
creditable production.
Between thu acts pleasing selection"
were rendered by thu newly organized
llovolttoko orchestra, whose playing
was mosl- favorably commented upun
by ibe audience. It It hoped the orchestra will prove n permanency as an
organization ol this kind is much
needed in the city.
At the conclusion o[}lre performance
a social dance was hold to which mosl
ol the large audience remained.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Everybody should hear the marvel-
juis story of the transformation
wrought among the Indians of the,
t'uoilic Const ol 11. 0., us will bo told
in the Muthuditt church on Sunday al
11 a.m. Miss Katie Sutherland will
sing " Everybody Should Know." Al
7:111) Mr. Hastings will givo a collu
solo and the choir will sing " Speed
Away."
For horses, cuttle, poultry, etc., we
have opened a new shipment uf Stock
and Poultry loods. All sizes, ut the
Canada Drug A Book Co.
ROSSLAND
SWINDLED
Macedonian Day Takes $500
from  the Citizens—Police
TrVing to Locate Reverend
Preacher,
RoBSLAKi), March 22.—In November
last Rev. .1. A. Day, D.D., visited this
oity und ninde nn appeal fur the children of the Mnceduiiinii-'orphanage nt
Asbntn, Rogcu, Muccdoniii, stating
that their parents hnd been foully and
cruelly murdered by infidel Turks and
that be desired to find homes for them
among Christian families in order that
tbey might grow up amid moral surroundings and influences, He de-
clni'fd that il wus only nt the peril ol
his brothel's life thut be wus out here
seeking homes for llie orphans, ns his
brother hud to become n hostage for
his return, and unless he went home
within a cerlniu time it wus bard to
tell what the Turks would do to bis
kinsman.
Rev. J. A. Day preached in the
Methodist church here nnd llis recital
ol tbo wrongs suffered by bis fellow
Christians and of the orphans in Macedonia left but few dry eyes in tbe
church, Children under 10 years ol
age, said the reverend preacher, could
In- bud fur nothing by tl.use wliu desired to adopt them, but between tho
ngo ol 11) and 15 yearn it wus necessary tu put up $50 each to piy for
iheir passage from Macedonia to Ross-
lnnil A number put up the $50 and
be gathered together $500 in Ibis city
and lelt.
Besides Ibis be worked nearly every
town ot importance in British Columbia and then went to Alberta and
Manitoba, It is certain that his ill»
gotten guins ran into at least $20,ll-jO.
The 'nst hen rd of him he was operating near Medicine lint ill Alberta,
One of his victims in this city
wrote to the Macedonia orphanage to
ascertain when the orphan, whose
passage be bad paid, was coming and
received u reply staling that there was
not such an orphanage and that there!
wus no such individual known in that [
section ns Rev. J. A. Day, D. D. Tbe
police here are endeavoring to locate
bin'.
Bourne Bros.
Groceries, Hardware. Stoves, Harness, Hay, Flour, Feed
(im sales ,,r QUAKER BRAND canned fruits and vegetables
Increase dally, Thoy aro the only tint grade canned roods in Revelsloke nnd | pie will hnve Ihem,
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
Real Estate for Sale.
S2350.   Fine 2 story dwelling on McKenzie Avenue, must Iw sold this week
The first real simp of the season.
S300o.   New 2 story dwelling, 8 rooms, stone foundation, every modern
convenience.
S3000.   Km- 2 story dwelling, all modern improvements, good lawn, thade
trees, fencing, stabling, etc., Second Street.
m?.8oo.  New 2 story dwelliug, all modern conveniences including furnace.
Lot.und n half, fencing, Second Street.
$28oo.  Sume as the lust mentioned, but no furnace.
$2350.   For 2 story house on Second Street, all conveniences.   This la a
good buy.
$850.   Five-room Cottage, 50 foot corner lot, wood shed, fencing, etc,
$56o.  One-room Cottage on Eighth Street, 50 foot lot.
We hnve money to loiui on any of the above properties and good termt
can be arranged.
We represent the Kevelstoke Lund Company, having for Bale residential
lots in llie best part of the City, Lots can lie purchased on easy terms of
payment, monthly, quarterly, or semi-annually.
REVELSTOKE INSURANCE ACENCY, Ltd.
f
E. J. BOURNE,
Boots & Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
(,.ipitalAiUlioriwjd, Jl.'.pn.tii   Capital Paid Up, t3WJ.0U).   Best, tt900,00a
Head Office, Toronto, Ontario.
Hriuiclii.- iu tlie Northwest Territories, Mauitoba, Ootario aud Quebec.
Ami il.D following poiuis iu llnti-h (.'olvmbia: Craobroolr. Golden,
Nelson, Revelstoke, Trout Lake, Arrowhead, Vancouver aud Victoria.
DIVORCE COURT
Sargent v. Sargent.
The divorce case of Sargent vs. Sargent wus heardJoefore Mr. Justice
Morrison at Vanoouver on Thursday,
Mr. 11. A. Bourne representing the
legal firm ol Scott k Briggs, Rcvel-
stuke, appearing Iur the petitioner,
Mrs. W. 11. Sargent, Tbe respondent
Sargent made no appearance.
Mr. Bourne briclly stated the lads.
Mr. and Mrs. Sargent were married in
Ontario on January 18th, 18112; they
removed to British Columbia, and
lived for sonic lime at Illccillewaet-,
where tbey hud two childi'tn, a buy
and a girl, at the present time aged
ton uud twelve years, respectively. On
account ol the cruelty ol her husband
Mrs. Sargent separated frum him uud
maintained herself and the two children liy keeping buaidurs in Revelstuke,
while her hiishuiiil cuiilinucd to live
al Rogers Pnss.
lu Maroh, l'.IOfi, Sargent left (or a
trip tu Toronto, and returned accompanied by a woman whom he admitted
he hud married. Thoy registered nl n
hotel in Rcvelstuke us man and wile,
nud Sargent bud tbe Impudent audacity even to take her to his wile's house
und introduce her to his real wife aa a
woman he bud married iu the East.
Mrs. Sargent bad him arrested un a
charge ot bigamy, but be got off on a
technicality, and afterwards went with
the woman to Dakota. Mrs. Surgent
then instituted the proceeding! for
divorce.
His Lordship grained the divorce
wilh costs against the respondent.
. ^.
The largest and must complete stuck
ol Single Harness in the province,
ranging in price Irom $111.50, $15,00
$10.50 $18.00 per sett and upwnrds.
Also Team Harness Irom $28.00 $110.00.
$32.00, $35.00, $38.01) and up, Complete por Bet.—D. C. McLaren, tie
Saddler ot Kamloops,
Nothing bettor than—"Our Speoial.''
D. R. WlLKlK, President. RuUKKT Jaiieii. Vice-President.
E. H i v. Assistant General Manager.   W. Moffat, chief Inspector.
Wm. Kamsav, Ei.ias Rogkhs, Wm. Husi-eii.. ■!  k   Osboknk. CmsCuCRSUCTT,
PtLEO Hoiilanii. Directors.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C—A General Banking Business Transacted
Savings Department—Deposits Received suil Interest Allowed.
Drafts sold available iu ull parts of Canada, L'tiited Butts and Enrope,
Speoial uttoutiou given to collections. A. E. Phipps, Man
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Act of Parliament. 1655.
HEAD'OFFICE, - - [MONTREAL.
WM, Miii.siin Macphkhwin, Pros. S. H. Ewiso, Vice-Prea,
James Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything In way nl bunking business transacted without unnecessary delay.
Interest credited twice a year at current rales on Savings Bank
deposits. 	
W, H. PRATT, Manager,
Revelstoke, B. C.
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FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS
For all kinds uf up-to-date and reliable furniture
and bouse furnishings go to
R. Howson & Co., Furnishers
."l*., .V. At A. A. .♦. A.
READY FOR THE PAINT SEASON^
THE LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO. have juet opened up $
two Carloads of Paints, Oils, and White Lead, the largest ship- ty
ment to any one dealer in B. 0.
HOUSE PAINTS IN 41 DIFFERENT SHADES.
t
9
AGATE WALL FINISH (a cold water Kalsomlne) which gave
such satisfaction last year.
. BAPLAO Varnish Stain, ii preparation similar to Jap-a-lsc, for   ^
' r renewing Furniture, Floors, etc, twill not scratch white) made In Y
i } Seven Shades,-TRY IT 11
$ 	
t LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Mail Orders Promptly attended to.
P. 0. Box 181.
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1'LliLlr.HKh WKUXKHDAY  AND SATUlt
liAV AT
REVELSTOKE, B.C..
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES,
Inchiiing postage tu Kngland, Untied SUitci
Mllll 1',III.Ill,I.
Ry the year [through postofllec]   12.30
Hall      "       ■* "     1.611
Quarter"      " "   1.0C
ADVERTISING  RATES.
Legal notices tocents per line drat Insert"
Scent* per line each nitoeQiieiU Insert
Measurement- Nonparlol [12 linos mako
inch). Store and general business
nouncoment* ?-■'" por Inch per month.
Proiorred positions, 25 per cent, additional Mirths, Marrlngea nnd Donllw,
.'<■<■ each insertion. All advertisements
- ibje ■ tothe approval of lho luaiioffumciit-.
Wanted nnd Condensed Advert Hi'mcni*:
Agonu Wanted, Help Wanted, (ill uiUloiis
.ranted. Situations Vacnnl, Tcnehors
Wanted, Mcchanlo Wanted, I- tronU or
li— 2A „ en li additional line lu cents,
Change* In standing wivcrtif-enientu musl
be iu by B a, in, Tuesday ami I ridnj ol
o&< i, week lo secure good clinpiny.
JOB PRINTING prompt!) oxootitud Rl raawin*
aiiir rates.
TEBM8 Cash.  Bubsonptiom' payable In ndj
vance.
uKUh.-l'ONI>KN< K Invited on matters ol
public Interest, Communli tittons lo Kdl-
tor hum l»- ,i''i'i>iii|>.iiiin| bv mime of
t-niter. noi necorwnrll) for publication, bui
.- evidence uf good faith,  Correspondence
should
elite ufgi
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It.  MORRISON,
DENTIST.
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THK NEW  LAWKEKI li UUICK,
McKentlc Ai, tun-.
H
AKVKY, McCARTER
AND l'lNKUAM,
llAUKISTl-ilS, SOLICITOUS, ETC,
tiKKicK*: iMi-taiAL Hank Hi.ock, Itevia-
STOKK, 11. C,
Money :u Iiiiiii,
Office--: HevolsUike, II. ('.: Fori Stcolo, II. C.
.ino. s, McCahtuh,
A. M.  l'lNKUAM. J. A. llAUVKV,
Revelstolte, 11. C. Fori Bleelo, 11. L'.
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,! M.Scott l.l.H. W. I. llriKR*.
CUTT   AND  BRIGGS
11  lilllsTKUS, SOUOITOBS, ETO,
Money ru Loan
SOLICITORS l-'lll! MOLSONS RANK
First Street, Revelstoke, B.C.
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DWA.RD A. HAGGEN,
Mining Engineer,
(Mem. Amerhan Institute Mining Engineers)
Canadian Mining Institute.)
Revelstoke, B.C.
Kxamination of and report.- on Mineral Properties a Specially.
Agent fur Canadian Mcui Company, buyers
of cine and stiver-load ores.
Zinc and sUver-load mines purchased, or operated under lease and hotid,
Financial Assistance given owners and pros"
peel or* to operate and develop
approved properties,
Z\k fll>aiU1bevato
"1 would . . . eiu-uostly odvlso tlioni for
their good to order this paper to !„- iiuiictunlly
ei-ved up. and to lie lucked in,tm us u pari u(
tl • lea equipage." Aumsox.
SATURDAY, MARCH 21,111(1(1
ELECTRIC POWER FOR CITY.
We congratulate tbe City Council
on tbe business-like way in which
they have gone about the problem ol
supplying electric power for the C.I'.R.
shops and other industries in Revelitoke, They have made lull nnd careful investigation ot thia problem und
should have no difficulty in coming to
an cjuitable agreement with the C. 1'.
R. The city has 200 horse power
runuing to waste which will be made
a revenue-producer by this plan proposed. The Council hnd tbe advantage
ol the co-operation ot the Board of
Trade committee,including the assistance ol Mr. O'Brien, the former mayor,
to whom was due the credit oi securing the water and electric light
fraccbise and equipment for the city
and who has a specially intimate
knowledge ol the subject. The proposal to be laid before the C. P, R. will
amply gale-guard the interest ol the
city, io that it should have the hearty
endorsement ol the citizt us when the
by-law goci i elore them lor endorsement.
The proviiion ol cheap electric
power will retult in the enlargement
of the C. P, K. shops and ti.,- increase
ol the -tail. Sot only • bul it uill
be a b-j-iii lo the othei ind utrii * already established in tin city using
power, nnd will promote ihi -
ment ol new industries 'li., m
ment is tbe most important tnd pro-
gressive itep that hat yi I been taken
by tbe city, and will do m :h to make
Kevelstoke recognised u- tho premier
city ol the interior.
The Rossland Miner layt:—
"Mining ia uguin  on  the upward
way,  nnd   nothing,   seeiniiigly.   enn
prevent guud   time*:   in   11ir.-
meritorious camp-, ol the Ki
and Yale.
Tht Canadian Pacific and the Great
Northern, shrewdly reading the signs
ol the times, an- preparing by spending huge sums in the extension ,,!
tln.ii lines and in betterment! to bo
in shape to handle tho Increased trallio
that ii certain to result.'
several
itellllVs
l'leaeet every
Yueltu."
oker—tin' "Marco.
If you buy where you carl ipend
your money mutt profitably we'll get
your trade—J. C. Maedonald,
FRUIT GROWING
Thc Rage for Suitable Fruit
Lands.
(Trail News)
Nearly every one in Nelson bus the
fruit laud fever, and unimproved Inn
along tho Kootonay  Lake uro selling
from $15 tu $fi(l per ncro,
A considerable number ol settlers
will arrive Irom Manitoba points iu
Muy lo occupy blocks at Columbia
Gardens, sovon miles down the river
from Trail. About $12,1100 wns spoilt
Insl summer installing un irrigation
system, The 1200 norea havo been
tub-divided inlo blocks of Irom lo to
30 acres, James Hunter, ol Rosalaiid,
bus throe blocks partly cleaved uml
will Ibis seiison plant HHIO apple trees
and a considerable area iu Binall Iruits
itrawborrlcB, musk nil wnter melons,
etc.
R, M. I'ci'duc line returned Irom ti
ton daya trip tu Pcuchland, Summer-
bind uml other points in theOkan
iignn. Mr. Perdue states that unimproved Inini in that vicinity, land that
will cost $101) nn acre to clear tho
stones off is selling at $200 per acre,
while lands partly improved sell lor
several times Unit amount per acre
Mr. Perdue considers that it will not
be very lung boforo unimproved bind
nlung the Columbia will sell lor $iil)
per acre, The lands along tho Columbia grow hotter fruit thun even tlie
Okanagan.
As a whole liritish Columbia is 07
per cent mountain, aud the Kuotennys
are probably till per cent mountain
tops so that the area that cun he cul-
tivnted is comparatively very amall.
From these narrow valleys of the
Kootenuys must come almost all the
fruit Ior the great empire lhat, is
building up on the prairies (rum thc
Rocky Mountains to Eastern Manitoba,
AS OTHERS SEE US.
Interview with a Revelstoke
Man.
Edward Coining, n popular business
mnn ol Rcvelstuke, wliu with bis wile
bus been enjoying n brief vacation on
the  coast,  told  tbe World liiitinett
conditions were never su g 1 in the
Gateway City to lho Kootenuys lis
they hnve been Ibis winter, lit- ullri-
botes much ol the prosperity to the
big lumber mills around Revelstoke,
nnd to the line payrolls made possible
by the Canadiau Pacific moving their
mountain repair shops Irom Field to
Revelstoke und concentrating at that
point one ol the largest bodies of
skilled mechanics, earning the highest
salaries, to be lound anywhere in
British Columbia, Besides, Revelstoke
ia n divisional point lor the mountain
division, und some forty railroad crews,
both passenger and freight, make that
city their headquarters.
"Take such mills us that ol the
Mundy Lumber company nt Three
Valley, near Revelstoke. for instance,
ami in a tew months since operations
etarted quite a community bus sprung
up. At Arrowhead nnd Comaplii
other hig mill* are in operation, em-
ploying large forces in und around the
plants and nlso in the woods. These
sawmilli nre all directly tributary to
and Revelstoke benefit! largely Irom
them. The Revelstoke Lumber Company ia rebuilding its mill at the, Big
Eddy, whioh wns destroy,',!
and the "ther local iaw-mi . ng
plants are all actively engaged in - it-
ting timber and making lumber lor
shipment t,, tho prairies at soon u
the building seaion over there openi,
The lumber Industry promiiei
things in the future and ;n It develop!
«,, will Revelitoke pr it] - r
Other material retourcet i '
mine! and the opening up nloi n the
Columbia river ol line itreb -
arable land suitable Ior fruit culture
ami the raiting of garden truck, Then,
t,,,,, the iconic poaaibilitiei ol Revelitoke are not being overlooked and a
t,,urist association baa recently been
formed to oxplolt the marvellous
■eenlc attraction! thai aro to bo hnd
within a day'i travel ol tho city,"
li. Howson A- Co. hnve one of the
largeat and beat assorted loi k- of
Furniture and House furnishing! in
I). C. They ure now showing now
designs (ur the coming seiison in Cur-
pot Squares, amongst which are
Velvets, Axminiton, Brussels, Ingrains nnd Tapoilrya. Cash or credit,
imiii orders receive prompt and care-
lui attention,
THE EXCELSIOR LIFE
INSURAi.CE COMPANY
We ure in receipt ol tho I 111 li lin-
uiiciul sl.tleincnt ul this well-known
life insurance company, tngelhur with
extracts inini the niiniiil report submitted to tbe shareholders' meeting
on the 8th inst, From a careful examination of the year's results, fully
and clearly set forth by the figures ol
llie statement, we nre bound to admit
that 1005 proved the best yenr in The
Excoltlor'a history, iio'wlthstandiiig
the New York Inquiry, which inure or
less Interfered with tho progress of
Canadian lite companies. The exten
slot) of The Excelsior Life's operations
iu 1110-1 to tho boundiirloi ol tlie
Dominion was amply justified by the
achievements of 1(105, which could not
Inil in please shareholders und policy
Holders alike,
I he amount ut new Insurance writ
ten wus $2,113,281, nn Increase ol
$205,124, und the total ol Insurance in
fiirce on 31st December Inst wns $0,008,-
774, uu Increase fur the year ut 18 per
cent, The cash Income, including
premiums and interest tutu Ilul $324,-
503—-an inorense of 15 per cent.—and
the interest receipts iiliine mure than
paid dentil claims, bond office salaries,
rents und expenses; while the total ol
disbursements wns $1711,725, showing
a decrease ol 7.27 per cent, in expense
ratio, As previously stated in these
columns, The Excelsior Lite enjoys
the lowest death rate ul uny Company
uu record ul the same ago; its average
annual dentb rate being 3.56 per cent.
Tbe Company's reserve (nnd waa increased last year by $141,747, or 20
per cent., tbe amount now Btnnding at
894,025. The Excelsior Life's investments have again proved exceptionally
profitable, and their net assets amount
to $1,000,700, an increase of 20 per
cent., while the total assets fur the
policyholders' security foot up the
large sum of $1,410,944—showing $1.67
for every dollar o( liability, including
reserve. The net surplus on policyholders'account is $105,551. When
thc amount of tho Company's policy
coiitracta ure considered, the extra
security alVorded by The Excelsior
Life to its policyholders is seen to be
unusually large.
Frum the above stated (acts und
figures we think Secretary Marshall
and lho Directors ure to bo congratulated upon trying successfully to live
up to Ibe siirpnssingly high-class name
ot tho Company. There cun bo no
doubt that The Excelsior Lifo is rapidly growing in favor with tho insuring
public, uml with ils continued good
management upon Bate conservative
lines, lite field ngents have only to
properly represent ita attractive plans
and liberal contracts to meet with the
argest success. "The Excelsior' has
great possibilities—we expect to see
it grow until it becomea one ol the
largest ol Canadian life companies,
Thi* live company will ah irtiy I o
represented at Revelstoke by .1. I.
Woodrow.
A BIG ENGINE.
I         o March 22 —The Canadian
i t, .... Railway hti decided to place
:..       • ie latest  big 1 live!   a
the run  bel veen   I     el    ■■■ d Havt -
look.   Tht           rine it the produel
■   ps at Montn     tnd weigh!
idred and thirty-tevt n thousand poundi    *      i »rgi truck
wheels ii     Irivei    n ■ I ■ •■
!■:-.. -     Kei tendi ii       irr, five
thousand gallons "I water tnd
Hie advantagi
,      . '■:,■ ache,
ditpenie with I
ih- train between Toronto and Have
li ,-k .ii two lectiont,
CURLING. '
A meeting ol the curling club will
bo held iu the city hull on Monday
evening, March 26th, nt 8 o'olock, Iur
the purpose ol winding-up the affaire
ol thoaeuson, A lull attendance of
members is particularly requested.
,1. II. Jackson,
Secretary,
NOTICE,
In iilniul tin  ti-iuilts 1 nm Uiklim nvor tlw
liiislmiss nf the Mascot l.iiimilry and I uill ttotliu
t','<l„,iisil,l,< tor uny debts i-untrai'tml liy Willi ('Itin
Gait Coal
Owing to n strike at the mine and
the impossibility ol getting supplies at
present, I nm obliged tu stup selling
at reduced prices. Oustomora can be
supplied ut the old prices while the
stock lasts.
J. C. Hutchison,
SECOND STREET.
THE CITY EXPRESS
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prompt delivery 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, Etc.
Fish and Game in Season.
All orders promptly rilled.
DCUCI QTfllfC   R  I-   c<"'nor "'"'i,'1'-
ntltLolUlxC,   D.  U.,  and Kini; streets
T. PAGE,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Repairs In Boole nnd Shoes, llnriiess,
Helling, etc., promptly iniule.
Next Allum's Jewelry Store, McKenzie Avenue, Hevelslokc.
NOTICE.
IX  THK Alvni--.lt OF AN AI'I'I.IOA'I'ION
I tor lli,< Usui)"(it ,lii|ill,',i!,< nf Uu' Ortlllcnto
i,( Till.- t„ I'iiiI (7» feel liy 1811 foot) nl l,i,l IHU,
(Irtuinl, In Uu',llstrill ,,l K,,„i,,ii!iy.
NOTICK is IIKBKHY UIVKN Hint ll is ill)'
intention t„ Isiiiu iilti-t' Hi,' BXiilntllnii ,,( mill
ninntli (nmi tin, llrsl .iiil.llrntls.il Iwronl n ,hi|ili
cato"1 Ilu, IVitilli'iili, "i Title i„Uu';tl„,i,-1,111,1.
in Hi,'iuin Italics Alison .Minoc, wlili'lt Curllll-
Rile  Is llatOli lite Uill ll.lj   III   August, Illll, mill
uiiiiilx'ifil .-,:ii.\,
" II, F. Mlil.l-Oll,-'
1,1111,1 H.-kIkIiv Illll,-,', Nelson II. I'.,
Ilislrlel  lleitislllir.
1st. .11:10],. HUB. ll|i:l
Corporation of   the City ol
Revelstoke.
TENDERS FOR POLES
Tlio Cily Council is i>ropnrec] to rocoive
tenders fur tho supply of Cedar Poloa fur
electric light service as follows:
K 50 foot, 20-40 toot, nml 80-30 toot long,
diameter nt top, 10 indies.
Tomlors, staling priro delivered, to roacli tlio
undersigned liy noon of tlio 23rd lust.
PoIob, whon supplied, must bo to the satisfaction *of the Fire, Wi
mitt oo.
IK
iVutor nml Light dun
H. FLOYD,
 ■ City Clerk.
Itovolstuko, March II, 1900, M 11-21.
NOTICE
NOTICK la hereby given that .sixty days after
date I iutond to apply to the lion. Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to purchase tho following described lands for
pastoral purposes, same, neiiiK situated near
Galena Buy, adjoining Lots 2415, 7044 and 788,
described an follows:
Commencing at tin* south-east corner of Lot
iWt, thence north to norUi-unst corner of l.<>i
2445. thenco east lOcliains, tlicn.'ti south 8i) chains
to Lot 7014, thence west 40 chains to point of
com mc nc urn ant.
T. fiUPQATK.
February 20,1000. , 142 up 28
NOTICE
N'OTICE is horeby given th,it 30 days
aftor dato wo intond to apply to tho Honor*
alilo tho Chief Commissioner of Lands uud
Works for a special liconso to cut and carry
away timbor from tho following described
lands, situated in Wost Kootonay District;
Commencing at a post marked "It, Blyth ami
C. B. Kirk's a nub east corner post,' planted on
the shore nf Monqnlto Lake, thence west80 chains,
tlionco north 80 chains, ttrtmce oast so chains,
tlionco south along lake shore to point nf commencement,
lil'.BT IJLYHII.
C. H.   KlUK.
Haled 17tli IVli. 1000,
The Prince Mining and
Development Company,
LlMlTBD   LlAWMTV.
TO THT; SlIAREHOt-DBRS OH THK PRINCE MINING
ind Development Company, Limited Liability.
Revelstoke, B. C, Feb. 10th, 1000.
Notice is hereby given that tho Annual Mvuting
of the Shareholders of tire Prince Mininpand De-
relopmeni Company, Limited Liability, will he
held ;ci Hi" Company's Office, First Street, Bevel-
stoke. B. C, on Wednesday, tho lltli day of
Man-It, \. li, 1008, at the hour of twoo'clock in
the .fieri n. for the purpose of electing officers
for the ensuing year, and for all other purposes
relating iv the maiiagemenl nf the Company,
IhoTnwufer Book of the Company will be closed
during the fourteen daya Immediately preceding
such meeting,
Dated il Rovelstoko, II. C, ihis loth day of
| ■ ' ■:" -, .\   1». 1000.
tt   M. Iil.nu.y .1. M. SCOTT,
President
Secretary
i -        ■■ meet Inn lms heeu  adjourned till
\- rll 14th at B p.m.
('. It. Hume ^ Go's, Milllnory
Opening, Thursday, Maroh 20th, afternoon nml evening.
Pleaaea every smoker—tho
Vuelta."
Miircii
Do You;: '
III-1- *i,n
and " on time?"   li not, kindly
notify  tin- office  al once, either
'Phone li) or by postal,
The Money Saving
Work Saving Soap
That's lloyul Cro-.vn kind-
made io Vancouver—Largett
Snap Faotory ivett ol Winnipeg,       llnlisi-   rl.'llllllie.   uiul
wathingareeaiy with itshelp,
And the money saving is the
Premium System
Dooklet tells what wo give for
linvnl Grown Wrappers, Send
Iur it—Free—Also try tho
Boap,
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
LAND NOTICES
V ■       i ■    nlven that sixty day- ;ifli*r
.t i| plj to ili"   lilef Commissioner
ind WorKN for permission to purchase
the follfitrtng lewribwl lands on tlie Columbia
RIvm Sort i-V      !■   tena;
.--I irithfn two chains **f 'he
■ :■'■ iv line, ibonl n mile north of
1    ii   ffoolsey's south wesl
'.. rtli i chains, thence Bast
pi chaini ihence wuthW chains, thence west*-)
■ ■   ■    ■    ■■ men i ment
[..
It W'OOMKV,
per tt*  K. Oglltlc, \L'"iii.
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■     to 'li*' Chief i' mis
■ i   ■ Vol    foi permbwion to |mi
■   11 ni,i- -,ii ili- r.iiinn
■  - l N       ■'■   ' K iit-
li tin nf the
ll   . mile ind  i half
-     \   M. Pbiklwin'n
|       - , rth I'M'ii.nii-
itti  I' ■': iln
e ol      i'Im 'in'-iii.
,,
\  M  PINKIIAM
,ii      ft.Agoiil
NrriTPK i- let ''
i I     ii.-ndt.. apiily lothci hlrf
iti.-i
iBBBBBSSSSSBBBBBBBBBBtSSSSSiBBBBtSSn«SiSSSM.SSSSSSSSt-
■' . *   fill    |,l-rilli-.|..l1 Im
■ ng-IfMerilMNlland ■ n tin I •■!
"   •  .- ii
li nil- nf the
A. .md K. rail !l* - north ol
i    i   ii
I -i em i ■■: -t
■
I
■'■   i   (XJILVIK,
NH'IC    I- I..       ■*!.:
-liii-1 Clili (Commli
donor •' l«ai ■■    i -  ■ ■ porn Isiloi
■ ,. (|   I U -I-   nil (||ill'ftl<
.j nhla n- i       I I    tenaj
-
A, and i<   rail v»y line   ii t ' #o and n hull
miles north nf \r>'- ■ >■■■ wl   narked ' \ i ihnson
nontli wesi enrnnr |     ilu m h  th Pi i li iliw
thonn     ml   Mi i hah    thu nth i1   ■ halns,
i.lii'Ni-i' west i" ' liftlnii to pi i"- nl ciimtne menl
Dated March 18th  ■ KM
\    .KlIIVIlN'
i        Pertt  I- Dgllvle \ -ii,'
N'OTII .'■ n horaby given thai nlxtydfti   iftoi
(lain I Inl i to ipplytnthel hlof Cfimm!:+
doner nf Fiiinds and Work tut permlsslnn to pur
chase the following dosi rilieil lands on the Comm*
i,ln rivor, MmfUi-wwrt Knotonay: -
NOTICE-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thirty
days afler dale 1 intend to apply to tho
Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for u
spocial license to cut and carry away timber
from tlie following described lands in West
Kootonay District :-
1, Commencing nt a post marked "11, Blyth
uud C. it. Kirk's south wost comer pusl," planted
about lOo yards west of Mosquito Creek, thoneo
north 80 chains, tlience east 8fi ehains, Ihence
south 80 chains, thonce west 80 chains t* point of
commoncomont.
2. Commencing at a post marked "It. Blyth
and C. B. Kirk's south cast, corner post," planted
about 1800 yards west of Mosquito Crook, thonco
mirth HO ehains, thence west 80 chains, tlience
south mi ehains, theme east 8ti chains to point of
commencement,
Dated March .'Inl, 10*10.
BRUT BLYTH,
v      C. 11. KIRK.
NOTICE.
\TOTlCK is hereby glvon that, SO days after
i\ dato, I intond to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works for a special
liconso to cut and carry away timber from the
following doscribod lands situatod on wost
slope of Halfway Creok running into Arrow
Lake in West Kootenay district:—
1. Commencing about il of a mile north from K,
O. Burrictge's south west corner post and marked
"A. Edgar's north cast corner post." thence south
8U chains, 80 chains west, 8U chains north, 80
ehains east to point of commencement.
i. Commencing al a post planted about 18
chains south of R, fl. Burrldgo's nortli west corner and marked "A. Edgar's smith east corner
post," thonco north 80 chains, west BO chains,
thenco smith wi chains, tlience east 80 chains to
point "f commencement,
8, Commencing at a post planted about 1 of a
mile west fnnn H. McCormack'a south west corner
ami marked "A. Edgar's," running north 80 chains,
west 80 ehains, thence smith 80 chains, theuce
east no chains to point of commencement.
Dated this 5th day of March. 1006.
A. EDllAB, Locator.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days after
dato, wo intend to apply to tl e Honorable
tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a speoial license to cut and carry away timber from tho following doscribod landf :—
1. Starting at a postmarked "Y.C.L. Co.'s
northeast corner post," planted at a ihi int 1(1
ehains south of tho Nakusp and Blocau Ry.,
between tho 8 and H miln hoards, boside 11.
Irwin's north-wost cornor, thonco west lOchains,
thonco south Hi) chains, oast 121) chains, north
4>i chains, wost HI) chains, nortli 41) chains to
polntof commencement.
2. Starting at a [Mist markod "Y.C.L. Co,'8
north-West comer post." planted ;it a paint Sll
chains wuth of the 1st location and H, Irwin's
po-t and IKI chains south or tho Nakusp and
Slocan Hy .botwoon lho 8 and 0 mile boards,
thenoo south IH chains, oast 160 chains, south
10chains, west 40ehains, north kii ehains, west
W chaini to point of commencement.
THE VALK COLOMBIA LUMBER CO,
Dated at Nakusp, B.O., Jan. Hrd, hm  l4Rm2B
NOTICE TOJREDITORS.
IV  TIIK   SII'HKMK COURT (IK   lllll'l'lrlll
i ,,1.1'MIIH;
I,, thi „Mii.r„( r'u'lo tTiikuiliima, tlsceuisd,
LOYAL OBANGI3 LODGE No, 1668,
I'i'tiiilnr nu't'linns lire ln'1,1 In Ihe
llililllillous null nn ili.- 11,, 1,1 I'rl-
ilny „lt-Hi-li ,n„nili,tits|, m.sharp.
Vl.ltllls l.ri-lliri'ii 1'iirillnlli Invlu-il
J A.Al)lll!SIIN,\V. M
^^^^H        It. J. TAUliKKT, Iti-i'.-Si'r.
KOOTKKAY srall, It. II. I'.
Mod! nn Hrst 'I'ups^hv nlevnry nmlitli, In
I. 0, (l. I'. 11.11,
... ACIIKSON, W, P,
It, J.'('.Kill Kill', Krai.
Cold Range Lodge, K, ol P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
HUTS KYKIIV  WKI1NK8BAY
In  oddfellows'  Hull  hi s
oVIoek    Vlsliint; Kiiluliis arc
cnrilliilly uiviti'ii.
li. W, H. I'AUUT, I'.C.
(I. II. 111(01 K, K. ul II. li a.
II, A, RROWN, M. "I I''.
Kootenuv Lott-ru No. 15 A F* A.M.
Thu ri'iiiilur meet-
uiK- am In-Ill in Hn-
Mnsiinii: '1',-iiU'l,-.
liltl I'VIlnus Hull,„l,
I In-1 l.i. .1 Mi.ii.Ii-.) In
,-initi niuiil.lt al >
p.m, VlsiUmrln-clli'
run  tiordliilly  mil
C. A. PKOOUN1RH, SKOHKl'AaV,
SELKIRK LODOE, NO 18,1,0.0. F.
Moots every ThurttU,
cvi'tiiliKii.11,1,1 l-'elli,us
Hall at. 8 ii'iiln-k
VIsltliiK lirettiroti um
ilially Invited t(i at
tend
.1. MAT1IIK, See
It. UA0DONA1.D, N.li.
WOOD YARD
1 hnve stinted a permanent Wuud
Yard oil Third street. Willi mv pnst
experience I hope to he in a position
to satisfy all reqililelliellls nf customers. Dry cui'dwood kepi ih stuck und
supplied iii uny lengths nt reduced
prices fur cash.
R. SAMSON,
RE-OPENED !
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FIRST STREET.
Orders for Beet and Mutton,
l'uultry, Fish nnd email guuds
will receive prompt attention.
MISS GARVIN,
TEAOHKtt OF PIANOFORTE
Engagements accepted for At-
Hoines i^-c. Theory Lessons n
specialty. Pupils now enrolled for
the new year.
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.  B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
Richard R. Copeland
JOBBING UARPBNTRRI
AND OABINETMAICBB
iMnutles, Shelving, Slorm Dunn, etc
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Third Street Unsl,
Bcveltloke
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium.
Under the new tiiiiniigcnieiit|of
IlAHKV  MolNTOSH,   Holl'iinin   Hntise
Russlnnd.
THE MEDICJAL WATERS of Halcyon are thn must, curul.ive in the
world. A perfect, iiutllial remedy for
all Neivnus and iMusculiir diseases,
Liver, Kidney and .Sliiiinicli ailinents
and Metallic Poisoning, A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates on nil limits and trains. Two
mails tu rive- and dcpuil, every day.
Telegra h communication with all
marts of the world.
Tkiims-$12 tu UllS per week.   For
further particulars apply tn
HARRY McINTOSH
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrotu Lake, 3. C
Something Pure
If you are looking Ior Pure
Honey wc have just opened un
a consignment  ol   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE  COMB
in 1 Ih. boxes, or in 5 II,. cans
"Guaranteed Pure."
CANNED  GOODS
Our Canned Clouds are second
to none, and more than that
wc "Guarantee every Can."
HOBSON & BELL,
GROCERS, BAKER8 AND C0HFECTI0NER8.
WAH CHUNGS
Best Firewood in the City.
Shipment of Chinese Canaries just received -Prioee from 12 to IS eaoh
.1 ll,-    llllii-iiil A,In,
■ Iran,
1-1.111,11011
■illKtil II lms! Il'illlill Inn i-llilIlM lit III,,
1 .iml K I
nilmirliii,'. nlmiil Uir nil,-. lli.Mll nl
Irrmvlmnil
,  inirM  ' V. A   llii|,s.'i|-ss„iitli,„,sl
- , pusl
."tlionco north 111,-linlns,tlioin-r oasi
MM,Ml     I
1 mull,   lllllllS, lln-,,,,- »,..| III
rim Ins Int,
iSl 1' (|| i-i'llltllMli I'mi.lit
llaloilMii
nl, milt, 1000,
K a, iiaiiuk.y
iii ihe in ni tell
Aol
Notice I hereby given that by order of Hli
Honor.1. A ftirln. Local .luclt-cMliilnd ihu Htli
da] of Maroh. I'«';. -Je-nnci Smith Mcl'arlcr,
Official AdniliiUlrator for thai part of Knot.
euiiy < uuiity coinirlied wltliln the ItnveMoku
Electoral Diiilrlot,Iiiii been itnuiiivl loiior-sul
iicliiiiiii-triili'ii, to ndiiiiiii-lur nil ami slimnlar
tlieenteten/ Pndo KukHrtlinn.deooaaed, intOO-
ta to.
And further tako notice (hut all eh mipon
the «alil MlltemUHl lm *mit in tothe said Ad
mini tralornl hi oflloo tmiierlal Hank Hlook
Idi.iil.h.kn. ft (' , within SO dnyi from tho date
hereof after which time all prooeww will be
li trlliuM amouii llm parties lawfully there
unto entitled.
f.l.oH'.K riMITIl McdABTEK,
Olllc Inl Adiniiii-lriilor.
Dated tho 9th ilayol March, 1906,        2lni
FOR SALE
Good Sound Apples, at 85c.
per Box, Fit for Eating or
Cooking.   Apply to,
CBRTIFlOATK OH IMMIOVKMKNTS,
NOTICli.
Gomplotor Mineral Clnlni.
Situate in tin, Arrow l.akii .Mining Ilivision of
Wost Kimtunny District.
Wlit-re Inoiitcili-Near tlm Nei'dle. on tlie Lower
Arrow Luke.
Tnki- ntitieo that I, Ki-iiiu-tli I.. Burnet, nitenl
(„r Annie Kellilu-r (Administratrix (or the estate
„( P, 11. Kellllier ilocoaaeil). Special Kree Miner's
I'ertilli-ute No. .',27.', illU'llil. sixly ilnys (l-otil tlie
,1,-it,- lii-ri-nf, In ni,|,lyt„ tin- Mininn Itecorder for
a Certificate <>( Improvements, (or the t,iir|ioso of
olitninliiK a Crown Grant of tin' nlmvo i-la im.
Ami (itrllioi take notice Unit action, tliidor Sec
tion ill, must lie collliueiu'oit lioforo tin, issuance
o( stii-li Ccitiilciito ,,(Improvements.
Dated ihls Fifteenth day ol Miruary, iwo.
KUNNKTII I. IlllllNKT.
ASK YOUR  DEALER  FOR
"KURTZ'S PIONEERS"
"KURTZ'S OWN"
"SPANISH BLOSSOMS"
UNION   MADE   CI0AR8
MANUFACTURED   IIY
Kurtz's PioneerCigar Factory
MS, Cordova St, W.
VANCOUVER, -  ■   B, C.
Mra. H. J. lia.tlitiry Manngrcis.
First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
Liuko DinhiRniiim fur
ltiini|itels, Hii|,|it,rs, oto.
Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE
SEE
Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Kloworl'ols
Umbrella Stands
Lunch llaskoln
Smoking Jackets
Tea norvlcos
Plate!
Iloekols   ■	
(lane Chain smoking Jf	
Handkerchiefs Silk Goods.
GOLD FISH
Finest stock of candies and fruits in (own.
Front Street, Revelitoke
Me J. HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouses & Seed Houses
VANCOUVER, B. C.
HKADQUAHTKI18 KOI. I'ACIKIC COAST
GROWN QAHDRN, KIKI,I> AND KUHVKlt
BE BOS, New crop now in Htouk and ou lent
lu our KreeiihiiiiseK. Ask ypur niendiant for
Ihem In Healed pnclciiHU", ll he doei not handle
Ihi'lii Wl) will lllllll H\ a.-iiuled. fr- pitekels of
veifelablo and llower xeeiK (ourowi. Kuluution.
Kiiilnblefor II C. icinlen-l for ll-im. Special
pun-, nn your bulk Beous,
II. (', (JltOWN KKUIT AND OHNA-
MKNTAL TREKS now ready for uprltiK
shiuiiu-nl.
Kxlra nice Block of two and three-year Apple
Troon al t-'MNl per inn, IIHlMJf) per I.ihui ; May
mii-d I'liuim, 9l.mi euch; Italian Prune, two-
year, line, I'J.'i."" per I'M); Su«ar Prune, two
year, line, B0.Q0 jor W.
Kull lint of other alock at regular jiriutm. No
x|H;ni4e, Iokh or delay of fumigation or
limped ion.
Uttino price your ll»t iwforo placing your
order.
.'riTtihuuM' Plants, KlorWork, IteoSiippllci.,
Kruit PHCkAffOfl, Kertilizern, etc.
cataLoouk krkk.
J. L. WEBSTER, VERNON, B. C.| »io, Westminster road, Vancouver, b< c.
Our lOin. LOGGERS'
We are justly proud of thin
Hoot, The greatest praise
has been heaped upon it
since Its introduction..
L100. Men's HHn.
Logging Boots
l-'reuell   1 'all'    throughout,   with
extra No, I heavy hemlock soleti
have outside Counters, ure |ii'Kh'eil
nml have sliiuiliuil  screw  leln-
1'iii'e.iiii; iill around i he sole.
MANI'KACWItKII IIV
J. LECKIE  CO.,  Ltd.,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
NOTICE
VTOTI0M is hereby niven that thirty days
i\ after date we intend to apply to tho Hon.
(Thief Commissioner of Lands aud Works for a
special license to out nnd carry away timber
frum the following described lauds in the Di--
trlutuf U'estKiiiiteuiiy:
1, Ciiniiiieiieiiiu at a pnst marked "Arrowhead
I .mn her Co., l.l '1. North-wist corner piiHt" plniited
near tin* iiiniith nf Deep Creek near the shore of
Upper Arrow Uke; thenoeeotltll tin ehniiiH: tliHiire
eitMt tm chains; thence north Wl ehains; tlience west
Si) ehniiiH to the point of cnmiiieni'eiiient,
i. Commencing at a poxt marked '"Arrowheoil
Lumber Co., Ltd. Nurtli-weHt t-nrfivr piwt' planted
alM.iit 100 chains south from the mouth of Deep
Creek where it empties Into Upper Arrow Lake;
thence south Wl cliahin; thence east Wl chains;
(heiiee north tRichains; thencu went m cliiiins In,
the point of ciiuiiiienveiiiuiil.
Dated this 7th day of March, A, IV, loon.
AHKOWIIKAD LUMIIKU CO.,   Tl). THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C
LUMBERING
ACTIVITY ON HSU CREEK,
The Bowman Lumbor Co., intend
lugging a large limit in the vicinity of
Sable creek, anil a turce ol men will
shortly comimnce erecting camps.
Lugging will 1 c coniluctcil with the
nid ol donkey ongiiica, two ol which
will be employed in the ivurk.
Hillman & llealoii will start cutting
log! on a limit a lew miles above
Camborne, and Geo, Lux k Sons will
also commence similar operation! on
a near by limit, cutting lor the Bowman Lumber Co. It i* said at least
seven lugging camps will he in lull
swing on Fish river north ol Camborne
thia summer.
A shortage ol loga has been reported
by a number uf lumber companies in
the province, but the Bowman Lumber Co., bus been very fortunate in this
respect inasmuch as all the lugs cut ut
their several camps during the past
winter have been hauled to the differ-
ent waterways from whence they can
be easily transported to the mill at
Comnplix. With the summer camps
that are about to be opened up, in
operation tho Bowman Lumber Co.
will have an abundunce ol logs to keep
its new sawmill up to lull capacity.
The largest load of logs of the
season, consisting of 11-161 Ieet of
white pine was put up tnd hauled at
the Bowman Lumber Co't. camp No.
2, on the Columbia river.—Miner.
BOWMAN LUMBER CO'S. MILL AT
COMAI'LIX.
What, when completed, ii calculated
to be one oi the largest nnd most up-
to-date sawmills In the interior ol
British Columbia is rapidly approaching completion at Comnplix, says the
Miucr. The mill is being erected by
thc Bowman Lumber Co., and is 19(1
leet long, 60 leet wide and 2J stories
in height. In addition to this main
building there ia a pluuing mill, dry
kilns, machine shop, shingle mill,
boiler house etc. The machinery is
of the latest improved pattern including an 8 loot duuble cutting baud saw,
8 ft. resaw and numerous other saw.
adapted lor their different uses. A
system ol live rollers ia installed for
carrying lumber tu any part ol the
mill, and an endless chain and hook,*
are provided lo haul log! Irom the
Inxmi into thc mill, in tact nothing is
lacking that will tend to stive time
and lessen labor. Power Ior driving
the mill is derived hum six boilers ol
a combined capacity of COO horse
' power, while a water wheel is used to
give motive power to the dynamo
which Itippllet electric light to the
sawmill and town of Cumaplix; The
mill ia most substantially built on a
foundation ol driven piles, ul which
there are 800, the entire wurk being
.done under llie supervision of the
.manager, Mr. A. F. Dudgeon. The
■daily capacity of the mill will he
100,000 feet and it is anticipated that
everything will be in readiness tur
operation shortly alter the first ol
April.
The enterprise of the Buwman Liun
lier Co., is worthy ol mention as the
the advent ol its new mill will stimulate logging operations in the vicinity
ol Camborne where the said company
ownt extensive timber limits, and
iwill be the means ul adding consider
ni lily to the population and business of
tlie town of Coraaplix,
MINING MATTERS
sham on its stock. It is probable four
dividends of thirty cents each will he
paid this year, and in addition the
company will add about $1,000,000 to
its surplus. There will he no hitch in
the plan to ohange the par value ol
the capital stuck from $10 lo $100
Interests who have recently boon buyers uf Granby believe that the new
stock will sell above $150 per share.
The profits of thoOranby, uncording
to the report of ,Iny P. Graves, the
manager, are now $'2llll,000 a month.
This makes the Granby tlio leading
mining property ol lho province, und
pluces it am,nig tlie lai'i cr mines of
tlio continent. As large ns urn the
profits, they dn not suit the ambitious
Mr, Graves, tor ho Bayi the Intention
is to increnso the quantity ol ore
smelted from 2,,riO0 tons a day tn 11,5110
tons, or about one-lhird. With the
Granby it is not a question ol ore, but
one ol smelter capacity.
The Boston Commercial, a flnauc.nl
weekly, has the following about Granby Consolidated in its last issue:
llrtinby Consolidated'! stock is in
an extremely strong position. I understand that approximately 1011,0110
shares have been purchased fur foreign
account uud the stuck shipped abroad
during the past few months, The
company is producing at the rule of
•23,000,000 to 2-1,000,000 pounds ol
cupper annually at a cost of 8J to ,S|
oents per pound and earning between
$1,60 and $1.75 per share annually on
the present copper market. The management ot the company is energetic
and progressive and operating c, sts
are being steadily reduced.
COMPIJX.
The Bowman Lumber Company
have let a cuittract tn E. C. Fi'omcy
uf Kevelstoke, for the building uf llie
boiler-house ol their new mill. The
building will be ol oonorelo und iron,
nnd will bo absolutely lire-proof.
Fred. Fraser, S.M , held a sitting of
the police court tu hear a oharge of
assault and using foul language
brought against T. Kennedy by a
French family living here, The in-
lot intuitu had been living in a house
owned by Kennedy, and Ihe evidence
showed accused hnd niudo improper
iverturcs to one of the female members ul the family whereupon thoy
hnd left his house. Ho had threatened vengonce, They did nut bring
the actiun with a view tu having
Kennedy punished, but merely with a
view to vindicating their own characters Irom the aspersion, which Kennedy had sought tu cast upon them.
The evidence also showed that Kennedy had threatened to UBe a knife.
After a patient hearing the Magistrate said the story ol the informants
wns borne out and he regretted to s.iy
accused had conducted himself r ost
disgracefully. The story set up by
accused was evidently a concocted
affair. He had novel known
person found guilty of a similar offence
get off with less than imprisonment
hut seeing the informants had only
brought the suit to vindicate theni
selves he would line Kennedy $10 nnd
cost! and bind lilm over to keep the
pence, lie would nlso instruct the
police to keep nn eye on him nnd if
he ciiino before him again on any
similar offence he would get off with
nolliing less then the severest penalty
of ibe law and hoped the punishment
in this case would prove a warning
tu him.
f,t.A,t,
SHOE
Our   -' iff   ,.f
salesmen  will  ho  in
the   ri-ud   ill
n   low days wilh tall
samples of
MAPLE LEAF
RUBBERS
Don't  phice your orders until you
hnve 80011  the  New-  Models.  Thoy
are great sellers.
J. LECKIE CO., LTD.
Selling Agents for the West.
Vancouver, B. C.
i^ti^n^i
lln
ilit
FIRST ANNUAL REPORT
-OF
The Burrard Sanitarium Limited
/\nd Second Report for the Institution.
A PHENOMENAL RECORD,
UPWARDS of one hundred sui-gicnl
complete slice
ntod.
noi'iitiuns were porfurmed, all wilh
ss, and only oiie ileal li oul of aver two hundred patients
Seven piUieiil* iv,!,'in Ibe .Siinit.'ii'iuiii ul Ihe opening of Ihe yen".
203 wore adtnliled diuliiR llio year, ni.-ikiuirn total of 212 trciiled, (II'these llll
were imiii'* nnil UH fuiinile.s, 112 were surgical, si medical and 10 obstetrical.
12 patients remained iu nl the close ul' iln- year,
Tin- loinl duy* li-eatnicnl were IIUKI, un average of III.-IO days per pallonl,
(lui of Hie 212 piilleiitn treated uilly tine death uecui'l'cd being less Llm
\ per cent,   This i
lieill'l disease,
ileal ll IVIISI
' ll.
Kill,
Patients were .uln
Vancouver
Vanandii Uny
Kamloops
Alberni
Van Hind
Washington Stall
North V.iiii'oiivei-
Central Park
Lndysudtli
Lllllll
Allin
Rock Bay
Epwoi-tli
Sudbury
Suuiiuci'land
The Baths and Massagi
under the tnanagenicnl of Mis
illcd I'i mn Ibe follow!
U u'A I,ITI US
S   LiiiIiii-i-
I   N,-w Westminster
I   Colllngwuod
I   Brandon
I   llani,ml
I   Wostham Island
I   Hock Bay
1 Salmon Ann
2 I'oii Hammond
1 .Mi. Lehman
2 ('iiliriu-v
1   lliilsburv, Alia.
1   Chilliwack
.Miami, Mini.
in-ill ive pyelitis
liii,-:
complicated with
The Ileco vein has been encountered
in the low level tunnel at 1500 ft.
depth. The vein mineral contains a
trace of gold, 12,.r> minces ul lllver, 7.6
per cent ol lead and III per cent ul
/.inc.
Spokane parties are Inquiring about
the big zinc property nn Arrow Lake.
The Canadian Metal Cu. is now
getting down tu business, and in a
short time train loads nl ore will be
going out Irom the Silvery Slocan.
.Reports frum tho company'! Bluebell
mine stale that the old mine has mure
ore in eight than over uncovered
before.
Silver hut recovered to OSc. an oz
W, B. Pool has returned tu Nelson
from Spokane He has been engaged
in organizing the company which will
develop the Majestic mine in tho Lar
diuiii, and repurti having met with
every success.
IMMENSELY SIIOI.'KSSl-'tll. IISIlKllTAKIKd
Tho Granby company's production
It now at the rate ol 25,000,000 pounds
Ol copper annually,and improvements
sre under way which will enable a Iur-
ther increase nl ill) per cent beginning
about three muiithn henoe, The management expects tlio cumpany will
produce 211,000,000 pounds ol copper
this year and earn mure than $2 per
McKenzie
and
Martin
SYNOPSIS ul*' REGULATIONS GOVERNING THK DISPOSAL OF OU-
MINION LANDS WITHIN THJi
KAlLUAY BELT LN THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
A LICENSE io cut timber can be acquired only at public anniiailioii. a
rental oi. $j pur aQuare mile is ciitii 4,1.1.
for all Umber berths except tnose situatod west ui Yule ior which lite rental u
at me rate of 5 cents per acre pei aiiuui
tu addition iu ihu icnuU, uues "' '
[oiiowuig rates ure charged;—
Sawn luiubiT, tm cents per uoiisunu
feet B.ii.
Railway ties, eight and nine foet long,
11-2 una 13-4 cents each,
biungiG holts, ;'5 cents a cord,
All other products, j per ten
sales. ^M	
A license is issued so soon us x uc'rii
is granted, but iu surveyed teirltorj nt
timuer can he cut on a berth until tht
licensee lias made a survey iheR-ol.
Permits to cut timber are also grantee
at public competition, except m the cast
ui aetual seiners, wliu require the tun-
.  -.rn their uwu use.
Settlors und others may also obtain
permits iu cui up 10 lou cords cl wvuu loi
sale   wilhoul   competition.
The uues pajiio.e under a permit an
(1,50 per thousand feet B.M., for squurt
timbor und sawlogs ci any .mjuo except oak; from 1-2 io 11-2 cents- per lineal
iuot for bunding loi;s; from 12 X—15 tu 2i
cents per coid lor wood; 1 cent for team
posts; 2 cents iur railway tics; and i*
cents per curd fur Shingle bolts.
Leases lor grazing purposes arc ls&ueo
for a term of twenty-one years, ai a
rental of two cents per acre per annum.
Coal lauds may bo purchased at (M
pcr acie for soft coal and *->j for anthracite. Nol mute than liaj acres may be
acquired uy one Individual or company,
Royally ai the rale ot lu cenls per lun
ol jam pounds is collected uu the gl'OSi
oUlpUt,
Entries for land for agricultural pur-
puses may be made personally al Uiu iQ-
cal land ulilce lor i'.,e district in Which
ihe land lu be taken up ia situated, 01
if the homesteader desires, he may, ot.
application tu the Minister et me uiur.ui
at Ottawa, ihu Commissioner of imtuig.a
liun at Winnipeg, ur the lucal agent loi
the Disiiiet, within which the land it
situated, receive authority fur some um
lu make entry for him.
A fee of -flu is charged fur homestead
eiiiry.
A settlor who has received an entry foi
a homes lead, is required to perform tht
conditions connected therewith under um
of the following plai.s:-
1.1,1 At least six month's' residence ujioi,
and cultivation of the land in each >>ai
during the term uf three yeurs.
11 is tbe practice uf the Department ti
require a settler to bring 15 acres ui.dei
cultivation, bui if he prefers he may substitute stuck; and 2Q head of cattle, io m
uciuaiiy his uwn property, with builds, g?
tor their accommodation, will be requ;reo
Instead uf cultivation.
(2) It ihe father lor mother, if the father is deceased; of any person Who it
eligible to make a homestead entry under
the provisions of ihe Act, resides uuoi
a farm iu the vicinity of the land en
tered for by such person us a homestead
the requirements of the Act as to residence prior 10 obtaining pateni may bt
satisiied by such person residing witn tin
father or mother.
to1 if ihe settler has his permun 111
residence upon farming land owned b)
him in the vicinity of his homestead, Ilu
requirements of the Act as to reside:.c
may be satisiied by residence upun the
suid  land.
Application fur patent should be made-
at the nnl of Ihree years before thc Icon!
agent, sub-agent or a homestead inspector.
Before making application fur a patent,
the BOltler must give six months' notlcn
In writ inn to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his inl.-n-
t Itin tu ti'i so,
W. W, CORY,
Dopuly Minister of the Intc-r'or
Ottawa, Februrny Hlh. 1905.
2   Port Hmiey I
2  Aulet Grove 1
I   Lillooul 1
1   Mautiow, Mini, 1
1   Harriot Bay 2
I   Seattle, Wash. 1
I   Dawson I
I   Lytton I
I   LoHuc, Alta. 1
I   Revelstoke '1
:\  Reefer Station 1
1   Snnris, Man. 1
8  Nans River 1
B     1   ISbnrne 1
White Horse, Yukon 1
Department have been eminently uuccossful
Mi ill tig ton. During lln1 year, 951 treatments,
were given, and us the patronage has gradually Increased, it hits become necessary to engage an assistant. Early In the year it souvenir prospectus was
published and copies mailed to the many friends of the institution.
Tho offices, reception rooms, halls, and most of the private wards have
been neatly painted and decorated, adding greatly to Iheir appearance. The
Increase or our work in the East End has necessitated the opening of branch
offices in that part of the eity for the convenience of our patrons.
iti lib i1*i Jb iti di. iti itt iti it' if 1 iTi t'ti i1~i i*h lib tti iti tt\ d*i ti'i ti'i tti ttt tti lib
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLIiSALli    DEALERS    ONLY.
RBVELTSOKE,  B. O.
2 Pounds of extra fine Sugar Diamonds
Wide solely From Cane Sugar.
Refined to Absolute Purity. •
Vancouver, British Columbia.
"SUGAR DIAMONDS" is an ideal form ol sugar for table
use. It is perfectly crystallised, brilliant in appearance and no sugar
can equal it in excellence.   Sold only in 2-lb. sealed packages.
Ask for it at your Grocers.
HOTEL VICTORIA
ROBT.
(Under| New   Management)
LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,
B.   C
Kirst-clas accommodation for travellers.
Best brands   of  Wines,   Spirits,   and
Cigars.
THE  GROCERS
Dealers in FRUITS
OP ALL KINDS IN 8EA80 XI
The Leading iVierchant Tailors
Don't order a Suit because it is cheap. Order it
because it will be becoming, fashionable, durable and
comfortable. The best is the cheapest. Wc make the
best. In making a Suit wc give advice when wanted and
wc accept advice when a"customer desires to give it.
a livery now and then you arc confronted  with the
i question, " Who's Your Tailor"—Cresssman & Morrison,
$ of course. (h
I     Cressman & Morrison     f
79W9tptp-Jr999 VV9V 9999999 V9'*'9
K OPENED'
REMODELED
Union /fofe/ Restaurant
Mrs. McKitrick, Manageress.
Open at all hours.
Meal Tickets ssued.
Short Orders task-fully served.
Rates Moderate
RATES   $1   AND   $150   PER   DAY
FREE   BUS   MEETS  ALL  TRAINS
WM. J. McMASTER & SONS,
 LIMITED —
WHOLESALE   SPECIALISTS
Gloves
Socks
Hose, lA
Hose
Shirts
Smocks
Overalls
Underwear
Blankets
Dry Goods, etc.
Makers of "BUCK BRAND" Goods
ADVERTISED   EVERYWHERE
LETTER ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
J
if You Are Not Able
To attend to the writing of Advertisements yourself, send in your
ideas to us. We will put the mutter in shape for yuu, and we think
we can please you.
interior publishing go., ltd.
Revelstoke, B. C.
fttZMmiWmmmmm0miiJmmam0mMam0Wmmmmm
Vernon,B.C
1
Arrowhead, B. C.
C'liiii'iiiiiiKlvsiliiiili-il un tilt s
nf Arrow Lake.
Good Trout Pithing,
Boats nlwiiys for liiiv.
Sample Unmns in coiuicctlon,
l-'irst-i-liiHs house for Tolirltl
Ciiiiinii'i'i'iiil mon.
W. J. Lightburne, Proprietor
GET   YOUR   EYES   EXAMINED   FREE
i|
ll you require
anything In jewulry
ii i'- here lor vou,
 Doi
■iiniii,-!,'
.• rlglil
•imk
,-lllSS
J. GUY BARBER,   -  Jeweller, Optician
Central Hotel
a—  REVELSTOKE, B. O.
ABRAHAMSON BROS.,  PROPRIETORS.
Newly built.    First-class in every respect.    All modern conTeniencet
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.60 per Day, Special.Weekly R.t...
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 /tote/
— ^COMAPLIX
Best Brands of Wines, Liquorsand Cigars.|//i'ravellersjto
J-ish Creek will find excellent accommodation'at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG,
Proprlttoi
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LOANS NOTARIES
"SIBBALD~& FIELD"
HAVE
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE
IN Al.l.il'AKTN.ill'.TIII' CITV
COMOX COAL
VW*WW^rV**s^.*s^^^^^VV^*'V^*!>l^.f^^>,»'A'l^A'V
TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Tho Maii.-IIhiai.i) will lm delivered
to any part ol tlio oity, or mailed to
nny iiiliiri'ss within tlm postal union
tor Ifi!CO per annum, pnyiiblo in ml-
vance, lln' cliililiinu arrangements
villi other paptrs will remain in lor™
for those who t ruler to lmvo llieir
subscriptions ttiafc way.    -
(rtitn-miirlt-
,»,i Copyright,
iiintrliis.
PATENTS
■ Ulllllllll-ll ill llll I*
ROWLAND BRI1TAIN,
Registered Pateni Attorney
Moolmiilonl Attorney nnd Knginoori
Room 3, KatrftoltllTlloak, UranvUloral,, noai P.O
VANCOUVER,  B.  C.
A ponto/iM win Hccuro mi ovoning Rppoliil
muni Iur jiuw! who cannot call i.uriiini w ilny
CITY LIVERY STABLES
I luck Service to any part of the City at all
hours. Rigs equipped for Sleighing Parties.
First class Single and double Rigs. Express
draylng and Transferring. Saddle and Pack
horses for hire. All kinds of job work undertaken.    Wood fur sale.
Stable ano  Residence   Ppone 41
Hack Stand • "    37
CHAS.   W.   TURN ROSS,
JPr^gj-
Advertising!!
IS THE BUSINESS MAN'S BREATH.
Ouiet Business only means'-lookjto'your  advertising [and
see that you get a space in
THE MAIL-HERALD
The most widely circulated newspaper in the Interior.
office: revelstoke, b. c. THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
More New Goods
New Dress Goods      New Wash Fabrics     Ladies' White Wear
New Skirts     Lace Curtains     Portiere Curtains
BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
Complete with New Spring Styles.    Prices we guarantee the
lowest.   All goods sold as we recommend or your money back.
REID & YOUNG
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STOCK FOOD
I
r	
\ The Canada Drug & Book Co.'y
U REVELSTOKE,   B   C. (t
We have opened .1 ihipiiio.it ol Stock nnd Poullry Food in nil
me j ickages, Send or Call lor instruction limit on Feeding
Cattle and Poultry.
BORN.
CocnsiEK—At Revelstoke, 11.0., on
March 21st, to Mr. and Mrs., II. K.
C   rsier, a (laughter.
Local and General.
Winnipeg is raising a $60,000 liuid
lor advertising tho eity.
Tin C, P. II will not build Irom
Midway to Pentieton for the present.
Col, Smythe, lather ol tho Messrs,
Smythe brothers, ol this city, is ill at
his i,   - in England.
\V. Morris has lei a contract to J.A,
Kernaghan lor alterations and repairs
to iii* house "ii Third St., since the
tiro.
The Dominion Government havo
introduced a bill t„ stop ii-iii'uiis rates
of interest, and limiting the rate to
12 percent.
The total vote for tbe improvements
to the O lumbia River this year is
175,000, for Duncan River $3,000 and
lor the rn, uth ol the Thompson River
$9,	
The Dominion Government propose
to spend 49,350 in poling the Nicola
telephone line and $12,000 in extending the telephone Irom Keloivna to
Pentieton.
In c rrol ration ol the report! in
di .. ;. i- being found in New Ontario, we have been shown a letter
received by Joseph Inn,11 from a
friend .,: Fort William stating he saw
1 diamond *1,1 to a jeweller (or
$1500.
The I'.- ,;i.1... Fail at Am.*t:- ng
thil year will 1* a big nffair, $0,000
in being spent in an agricultural
I ... I : j Ma; . K-.ary. ol New
Wiitn.. it<: .- ging a ipe ial 1 ■-
,- uti -. . :i. ■.-.-- .-- * Am strong
:' ir ii.-.-  ti ni n.
Jtoiei Murrty,i -1| - iuteo It nt il
the Ci    liai Pacifi y at Win
nipeg Iii . I:. irtdaj 1        .- il '. 80
»'. )l.i.l;, :. II, ■ Spring!.-. •-      -   >
tin ie ol tpopli »y     Thi
iltei being einbilnu      ■ -
Winnipeg vis Revel I   -
I he   P. rincii    (Jovernmoni
-,-.   ling : .;  tnd  trai    rorl
season with ,-. iniiienda le
tude   'l.l1 ■«:.  ■•-.- nt to Grci... -   -..
la.t m-ek ti, pul in llll    ridgi
ti, Ilia .ili-'ai-t river,   Aid   Tap| ing
MUSIC
A few New Song
Books ami I lance folios
have been put in stoi k,
Anything! you wain in
the music line we ivill
get it for you il not in
*,t<i< k.
ki Cross Drug (o.
Sutherland  will  bo
f, n it I, Thursday
is negotiating with tbo Government
tor a contract to construct thu deviation of the lllcoillewaet road, onst of
the city, by the now yard arrangements
of the C P. R. A start will shortly
be made with laying out and constructing the trail from tbo city to
the tup of Mt. Victoria, Tho trails
will bo cleared out nnd put in good
shape
Social and Personal
Archdeacon Beer, ui KobIo, was
the city yesterday,
llishnp I'itikhaiii, ol Calgary, was
visitor to Revelstoke Thursday.
II. Wilson, formerly C P.R. ongim
here, died at Calgary,,,(typhoid lov
M. Hyatt, of Rovelstoko, ha* bt
awarded a contrncl 011 the Nic,
railway.
Mis.  ,1.   I'. Sutherland   will  bo ill
home on   the
each month.
A. E, Phipps, 11 imager ol the In
perjal ll-iiik.Jn,.* gouo on a business
trip tn Calgary,
Tin-Ladies Hospital Guild will bold
their regular meeting at the City Hall
ou Tuesday next at 3,30 p.m.
The- I.adie.*' Guild, of Si Peter's
Church, will hold election of officers
on Monday, Maroh -litli, al .'1 p.m.
I-'. W. Fletcher, the well-known
produce merchant of Armstrong, has
invested $36,000 in real estate in
Vancouver,
Coasl sportsmen are taking step! t,
introduce the celebrated   Norwegian
and Swedish game bird. ,- ipe   1
and black game,
Mr. and Mr-. Haggen left tin- h.i-ii •
ing lor Winnipeg, where Mr, Haggen
will represent Revelitoke at the Alpine
Club which meet! there on the 27th
tnd 28th Init,
Premier McBride ii among ihe
Int,-*t noteworthj 1 oople to realise the
ad1 .mi ig- ol owning a Iruit larm in
tl„- lain,-,! Okanagan Lake near Pen
tii'  I will   ive the I tnd planted
out ,'. 1 ■•-..-1. ind plum trei -  tl nnct
Mr-. T, II. Dunne *ai the recipienl
,, . tt Lilm -.l.i>  ol  a   lain,I*.:i     t ! ,,.,,
!■ , ■■ 1 lion, ii,- Ladies Altai Guild ol
t- - 1 nth, Iio Church aa it tol - n ol
appreciation I it i, ,-■ rendered by
!,,: .:. - nnectlon with St, Putriok'i
Daj Ciincert,
Red nun; to tht propoial ol the
Groal Northern Rallwaj tu build up
the Columbia Vallej .,., Rovolstnke,
In ,- mnocl with tbo Grand I rank tho
N,-w-. 'a;* ' 'I ho more direct rnilto
from ih,' Nell mil  Fori  Shoppard
ruad would be up Kootonay Lake,
thenco In the Arrow Lakes and Revel-
I toko."
Mrs. J, M. Doyle was "At Home'
Thursday afternoon to 11 Luge circle
ol friends. The tea-table, which was
beautifully decorated with red and
white carnations, was presided over hy
Mr*. A. V, Anderson and Mrs, B. A,
Lawson, and the Misses Giant, Garvin,
McKinnon and White assisted in
dispensing delicious and dainty refreshments to the many guests of
their hostess. Some musical selections were given during the afternoon,
Business Locals.
New comic post cards at Hews' Drug
Store.
Our spring (roods are arriving daily,
J. G. Maedonald,
strictly new laid EggB, 40c. a doa.,
at C. 11. Hume & Co.'s
.New Perfuinos—fragrant odors, at
Bows' Drug Stoic.
Have yuu ever tried Dill Piokles,
just in at C. II. Hume iv. Cos.
l-'tvsli Lettuce and Watercress always
on I111111I ut C. IS. Hume k Co's.
Anything a man or a boy wears you
can got it at J, (i. Maeil,,nnld'.-.
Biggor ami Better, lho stock ol
Slaler Shoes at I'. II. Hun,,- A Co's,
Navel Oranges, Lemons, Bananas
and Apples, nt C. B. lluiiie & Go's.
Carpets, Linoleums and Wall Paper,
n eh,,ice selection at C. B. Humei
Cos.
II RN1SHED ROOMS I'O LET
on Mackenzie Avenue. Apply toJ. G,
Maedonald.
C. IL Hume & Co's. M llinery
Opening. Thursday, March 29th, afternoon and evening.
Try Alpina Swiss Milk Chi ci ..,:•—
delioioui chocolate—5c, IOc.and 15c.
a package al Bews' Drug Store.
Finnan (laddie. Hniii.-it and Kippered II- rring, arrives lailj al I B.
Iinil,,- k Co'l.
Don't   [org,;     hi n can rei 1
beautiful selection ol the n,   - il di ■
sign! .' Wa    Papei   tl  1 hi  I .,1 1
Di tg .. Book 1 0
SJ, .1 Vita (ree—Wi give e
. Malta Vita (ree with every
,-.   I , po ind
i.     1    . Im,   ,r our   fresh  ground
\i .   i and lava CofTi e il   ifl ci iti
Bros,, Or oei
tve     111 . leti   lock   I I n pi
1, ...■,. . 1   ibadet     alto
1   --I   ib, .,-» it th   Cam li
D      Store
When     lead oveor P ■•  11 d
I'm n inUr thai we have the best
line ,,f Stovtt, Rangei, Grti   ■
etc, made in Canada,    We will have
something to -ay  about   Paint  next
week.      Bourne    Broi     ll ■ ' ■• ire
li, alcr
li you buy where you can ipend
your money most profitably we'll g,-t
your trade—J. tl. Maedonald
Pleaiei every imoker—the Marcs
Vuelta."
FISH AND GAME ASSOCIATION I
Etlilor Miii.-lliaiu 11
Sue—It has been strangly brought
tu my notice that ninny of our friends
who would otherwise gladly join us,
do not do so owing to Iheir ignorance
of the objects nf the association anl
ihe obligations ol Ihe members,
It is ul the utmost importance that
all having the slightest interest in
fishing nnd shooting should become
members so Hint wo may have the
necessary funds lo carry out certain
improvements suggested by the executive committee and which we hope to
submit for approval to the Association
as a whole nt an early date.
'The main ubjects tur which the
Association is formed areas follows:
1, Thc Improvement of tbo spurting
facilities uf the (li-trict, the protection
and preservation uf li-.li nnil game and
the introduction ol now varieties wheie
considered advisable.
2. To prosecute any infringnient of
Ihe game laws.
II. The encouragement 0! all ligiti-
11111 tu sport and of the spurting instinct
in the younger members of the coin
miiiiity.
4. To collect specimens of the fish
nud game of the district and the establishment of a local museum.
5. To collect diitu regarding the
natural history uf the district so that
the Association may he able to give
reliable information when desired.
II. To meet at stated intervals for
friendly discussion, the reading of
papers and Ior any other purpose in
tlie interest of sport.
Regarding the obligations ol members:
1. Tbey are required tu observe the
game laws and close seasons.
2. To give information to the officer!
of the Association should any infringment of the game laws come to their
knowledge.
3. Not to knowingly kill the female
ol any species, nor to kill fish or game
in a minature condition.
•I. To be satisfied with enough fish
or game tor their own requirements
and not try and monopolise the whole
fishing and shouting in the district.
fi. To do all in their power to further the objects of the Association.
I do not think these conditions will
be hard for any member to keep, and
I hope when they bocomo generally
known that those who have not yot
joined the Association will conic forward and do so.
There is no healthier recreation than
the pursuit of sport, it makes a boy
self reliant, und teaches him patience,
caution and self denial, and 1 have 110
hesitation in saying that a boy who is
Imbued with a healthy love ol sport
will not go very far wrong.
Yours faithfully,
.lohn H. Jackson,
Hon. Secv. R.D.F.&G.P.A
PYTHIANS    CELEBRATE
JULY FIRST
ON
YOU RE THE DOCTOR
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The U
ar
Tol   96
It   1,,-Nt    I I
ic union" Cio
I asses Bellini,!
(jranda Hermanos y (Camelias)
Mclichrino Cigarettes , 351
Nestor Cigarettes      ,        \<»
BROWN'S   CIGAR
GOOD   GOODS
,-",- ror tin- money
5 for v k .
5 for 501
6 for ;ni,
,'i package,
,1 package.
STORE
P O Box 44
Delegates from all the city lodges of
the Knight! i Pythiai met last night
ii:i decided to hold a grand Pythian
festival on Dominion Day, July 1,
Great enthiititsm wit displayed, tays
tin- Vancouver Province.
The Knighl* intend to make the
celebration partake ol a decidedly
putri tic, character, and the co-operation ol all citizens will be invited
There will be i procenion in the fore-
noon through the principal streets
followed by a picnic, probably at
Recreation Park. \ big programme
ol athletic sports will be carried out
An Interesting feature will I," the drill
competition pen l teams ol the
i inform Hank Seattle Bellingham
and I.,,- im i wiil be Invited to participate tittyaneti hi ie already been
to,       -'.:,' -, -eril contingent! Irom
terlor,   lowei     Mainland     and
Vancouver Inland pom'- will ttti lid
Tbo railwiyi will i 11 ipecial etoun
loni liming ' In tp    iind-trlp ticki t«
NAKUSP.
, ■
HV      - - ■    ' oi
II   Ingram,  locomotive i'.ri-niiiii   ol
Eholt, i. tpend . i Itya with nil
family here,
Tb'it, Abriel has purchased five
hundred (mil trees I      • . inch
R ll I',. il id hit mill , hall Interest
it, bii ranch In Mr Chat Bretl
With the assistance ol the iteamer
Minto the ileamer Kootonay was got
oil' tin- l,nr nt. Christie's Landing tnd
arrived here on Wednesday ovoning,
Capt, Gore and daughter. Miss
llazi'l, ,,f Melion, wire In I'M n lor n
day.
Swan Potorion, sooond engineer ol
iln- Kootenay, spent n few daya in
Nelson.
I Henderson, a fofinor rosident ut
Nakusp, spent n lew days in town.
NEW CUSHION TOPS
We have just opened a pretty line of Lithographed Cushion
Tops at 35c. and 50c. each.
New Embroidery Silks
IN ALL THE LATEST SHADES.
NEW IDEA PATTERNS
Next Week we will have our Pattern Stock Complete with
all the Latest Styles.
READY-TO-WEAR HATS
Are. selling fast. They are so cheap, Vou should get one while the selec-
the selection is large.
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
We have some good bargains in House Furnishings nnd ihis is the time you
need them. Japanese Matting, only 25c. per yfird. Carpet Squares from $5.50
to $18.50. Bleached Sheeting, 2 yards wide, only 25c, Table Linen & Napkins,
Towels, Pillows and Cases, Lace Curtains, Portieres, Bed Spreads, etc.
McLENNAN & OO.
Miss Helme will return in ten days and Re-Open tbe Dress Making Rooms.
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CHURCHES.
St. Asm.nw'8.—Sunday, March 25,
11 am., "A Great Foo." 7i30p.ni.,
"What is that to thee "
The operetta by thc children ol St.
Andrew's Sunday school on Thursday
evening in the church was a complete
success. Tbo large audience fully enjoyed tho exercises of the evening. Tbe
children gave evidence ol considerable
hard work and displayed aptitude and
no little talent. Thc choruses, duetts,
and solos were well rendered. Where
all did so well it wore a pity to particularize, but mention shodld be
made of May Anthony, l.yda Steed
and Rheta Doyle, who in the solos
and duetts bore the main purls and
did theni well. Tbe operetta was followed by a programme ol songs and
reoitations in which the Willing
Workers rendered considerable assistance. Mrs. H. J. Benjamin presided
at the piano and aided largely In the
success of the evening's entertainment,
A feature ol the concert was tho work
dune by tho boys, the duett by Masters Morris Anderson and Thomas
Armstrong causing great pleasure and
merriment. St. Andrew's is to be
congratulated on its young people and
the great variety of talent displayed.
The proceedings were brought to a
clote by the national anthem. The
collection amounted to $28.50.
Knox—J. R. Robertson, B.A., Pastor. The usual services will be held
on Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 pin.
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m. and Prayer
meeting Wednesday night at 8 o'clock,
Sunday morning subject, "A Biblo
Reading on the Third I'snltn." Evcn-
ing tubject, "Strung Young Man."
Mr. Robertson wishes tn stale that
in view ol the approaching opening
ol tin, V. M.C. A. he will take the
opportunity of preaching a special
sermon tu young men at the evening
service
Al the prayer meeting on Wednesday night Dr. Blumbergor, the Presbyterian minister in Arrowhead, gave
in interesting addreit on the Prophet
Amoi
St, Pktku'i,—Fourth Sunday in
I., i.i service! al 3 and II a.in,, and
7 nu p.in. by the Rector,
Mi.tiiiini-i -Missionary Aiinivcr-
iary Servicei, The celebrated pioneer
Missionary to the Indians ul II. 0,, lite
Itev. Thus. Croiby, will preach holh at
11 a in and 7 ild p.m., ami will also
give an address at an opor) session of
the  Sunday School at 2:80 p.m,    Mr.
Crosby lilt spent 1:1 yours among tlm
Indian! and tho etperlonoei ho relates
are marvellous,
im Monday evening Mr, Crosby will i
give an  address   upon ' The Trinmlor-!
unit ion ,,l a Heal.lien inlo a Christian
and  Civili/fd   Village."   The speaker
will   appear in an   Indian chieltiati's
costume,
(lu Tuesday night at H o'clock Mr,
Crosby will give a magic lantern lecture showing the Indian wars, lavage
customs, ami illustrating the I',,Hatch
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P. BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.
HKADOKKICK:  CAUJAItY,  Ai.iikkta.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchant*
Pork Packcw ami ptmlera in Livn Stock. Markd.*; in all tlio principal Cities ami
Towiib »f Allwrta. HriliHh Coliimhlii ami tlio Yukon, Packers of tho Culobratoil Kniml
1 Itnpunitor" Munis nml IIiii'oii, ami Shamrock llmml, l.niil l.anl.
AWNINGS
Now thai bright spring (lays aro coming in, to he followed by the Ileal
ul' summer yuu want lo keep your slores nnd bouses cool nml comfortable,
The Best Way lo do this Is to secure awnings (or your windows, und
ill-del'them frum
L.  A.  FRETZ,
First Street.
<0m<4^!*mh fUfnn vmtmvn*} ..■.^'.*.*«*v>.<*:i >.»-?>• wt *>.<» mtvnaimwt sw
$2
PER
LOAD
9.
J        Special Prices when ordered in quantities.   Orders |
I will be accepted for delivery commencing TUESDAY, j
£ MARCH 27th.   Telephone and Mail Orders will *
| receive prompt attention. |
M   |
|
BOWMAN LUMBER CO., Limited.
<*-^.C*^»*CS^It*s).tt^^
and Indian life and history in B, C.
This lecture should be heard by all.
Admission 25c, childen 15c.
We are showing a line line ol Lace
Curtains this week, call and inspect
them. C. B Hume k Co.
PleaseB every smoker-
Vuelta."
•the " Marca
WANTED
REWARD-I will pay $8,000for the
return of my $33 overcoat lc ,st at
the "Colleen Hawn" biHt nighl. F. (j,
BltOWN.
WANTED-Au energetic woman,
young or middle-aged, lo act as,
agent. Lilic-al commission. Apply
■tl this OftVcv.
Men's
Togs
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 every
thing in Men's and Boys' Tog
gery. When it is a question of
up to date Men's and Boys' wear
COME   HERE
J.G.
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