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BEST
SARSAPARILLA
(wiil Iodide uf notawlum)
Tlm Im-I nil niiiiicl Iiiiiml jnirilii'i' uml
aprinK medicine      ' ■
,100 Dotes 100 Conti
WALTER BEWS, Phm.B.
The Mail-Herald
EXTREME VALUE
PURE  CASTILE SOAP
9.5   Onts   large   Bar
BEWS' DRUG STORE
IS
Vol. 12.-No.53
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REVELSTOKE. B. G. FEBRUARY 24, I90IJ
$2.50 Per Year
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Mail
Order
Uept.
ClHiie&Co.
Write
For
Samples
LIMITED.
DFPARTMENT'STORE,
WHEN A MAN LEAVES
OFF HIS OVERCOAT
'■   He feels the need ot a New Sack, Suit,
There are many little'points'of difference that? distinguish
this year's Ijtyle from the one ip vogue last Autumn,
Ititiby comparing tho 20th CENTURY' BRAND of Men's
Fine Tailored Garments with the ordinary'kind of Rondy-to-
Wear Clothing that you see just how much those "little points
ol difference " mean. )"
If you aim to be well dressed, thoy mean much to you.
If you reahzc their importance, you will ho (iuick to appreciate the new single-breasted Suits we arc offering nt from
$15.00 to $25.00.
NEW  DRESS  GOODS
We are showing some of the advance style in Dress niulcrinls
—the.V are-lovily gtods. You must sec these to appreciate Ihem.
They are interesting.
- The New-Mohairs in pretty plnlUti-^and over-check. Nice
thing for Spring. ,«hirtwsist Suits—th-v shed-Hie dust so nice
-|at-J0c. and 50c. ■-,-   -
I'he^e.w Thipglii.Gr«y.Tweede, nice, light Stool and Silver
(|reyfOritialiftiB up,wRh'thcYEaton nnd I'onv.Cout Soils.
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the Place to get Your Breakfast Foods
M '•
8 lb. sacks B. & K. R Oats   35c
10 lb.   "   Grsham Flour      35c
10 Ib.   "   Corn Meal   -   -   30o
61b.    "   Wheat Granules   30c
161b.    "   Mcata    ■   -   -   30c
Bbredded Whole Wheat Biscuits
15c. Pckg.
'Cream nf Wheat     •   25c.   "
Furce   -      •   '. -      15c.   "
.Malta Vita  - - -•     15c.   "
8.K.B. Wheat Floufr | 30o,   "
rape Nuts     •     3 Pokg. 50c
IVbeatino "     "
il. Gent     .''"'.      -   "     "
I   Malt Breakfast Food 16c. package.  IJuaknr Oats 15c. paoknge.
ffl /6s. Best Mount Royal Flofy $2,90
100 lbs, Royal Household $3.00.
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?'URJiJ8SMAKlN(l AND MILLINERY-SECOND FLOOR.
P.B. Hume & Co., Ltd
DEPARTMENT  STORE.
CITY COUNCIL.
The regular meeting wns called Inst
night, nil being present.
Aid. Tupping complained Hint
strangers were taken on in preference
to local men nt the poivor bouse.'
Aid. Abriihnmsnn said most were
local men.
Aid. Trimble bml been informed
local men were relnsed nnd strangers
tnken no,
The Mayor said be hnd hennl no
ciiniplniulH,
Aid. Tapping laid there were tni'ii
win, sh.u1,1 have been put nn in prof
orenbe io mini there lie suggested
die Mny,ir Bpetilj l.o the l'.,ruiniin,(l.
Ilcdsltuin, un Ihe innlter.
The Mnyiir suid hi- hud instrucloil
Heilstiuiii tu put on the lust men he
could get fur the worki
Aid, Trimble—Thai is ii job thnl
requires experienced men, ■
The Mayor—There is a good crowd
of in,'ii on there and He-atrom aud
bis men nre doing good Work.
Aid. 'filliping—ll is Ihe duty ol the
city to give preference to local reside!! s, provided tbey cult (11 the work.
The Mayor—It is the hardest jno
ever undertaken in the city.
Aid. Abi'uhnmsun—The nun are- wot
day after duy nnd have had lo work
un ice-covered plunks.
Aid. llowson—Tbe men relet red In
should file their applications with the
ciiy clerk and when lledstroni wants
men be can put Ihem on.
Aid, Tapping—lledstroni is young
yet nnd a little advice (rum iheeuiin-
cil will do him good.   .    '
STATION ItOAll.
Aid. Ahruhnmsiui drew attention tu
t he bad state ol tberonil to the sUtion.
Thc'Miiynr suggested gciting-cvcriil
cu liuiils ol cinders Irom the yard laid
0,1 it.
'1 li, Works c ■niniittcc wus int-trnct-
ed" lu interview Supt. Kilpatrick on
the matlcr.
KNTI-Xl'AllSIXIi A 1'IUN'CK.
Aid. Tapping wanted the council to
entertain Prince Anliur it be pusses
through Kevelstoke about April 1st.
Aid. Palmer-—Is he going to stop oil
hero?
.   The Mayor—He stops only at Victoria, Winnipeg and Ottawa.
■Aid. Tapping—The rillo club and
band should be got to meet him at the
station and entertain him with some
national airs.
Aid. Palmer—I move we allow him
to pass through.   (Laughter.)
HELLOING THK MAYOR.     .
Aid. Tapping wanted a telephone
put in the Mayor's house.
Aid, Howson considered, judging
Irom the state ol the streets and sidewalks the last few days a telephone
was more urgently required to tlie
residence oi the chairman of the Public Works commitee.
Aid, Abrahninsnii thought so too.
The Mayor said it was up to him in
thit case.
Aid, Tapping said tho sidewalks
were now fixed and everbody pleased.
It was decided to put in a telephone
to the Mayor's house.
ALU.  TAWING KICKS.
Aid. Tapping—Wlio ordered thc
timber for tlie Hume:
The Mayor—Mr. Brown.
Aid. Tapping—1 have been looking
over that timber and if it is going to
be charged board measure it will cost
a lot of money.
Aid. Abrahamson—The mill was
shut down when we wanted that timber and we had to get them to operate
it specially to let us havi it and the
council agreed to pay the wages ol the
men and cost of operation.
Aid. Tapping—I supplied 40 cars of
umber for the old flume at $8 per
thouiand. That timber is not cut
square a-.ul is costing a lot more tlinn
it is wortli Some ol it is rotten, and
some very small.
Aid. Abrahamson—Mr. Gordon wns
sent to look Ior other timber biit
could not get it.
Aid. Palmer—The last council no
doubt knew what they were about.
Aid. Trimble—The apron will take
lot of small limber and nolic ol it
will I* wasted.
WUS.  .
Aid, Palmer moved, Aid. Ahriilinin-
son seconded, that the vouchers be
passed for payment.
Aid. Tapping objected till he had
seen them, ns he might be signing his
death warrant, and they were handed
to him, the motion being passed while
he was viewing them'.
The council adjourned till Monday
when MV. Floyd would lie/back from
Victoria.
.Some informal discussion took place
on tbe question ol putting in a power
plant and it was' understood that us
soon as the figures and proposals were
ready the council should call a meeting o! citizens and lay the mutter
before them.
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Go-Carts ! Go-Carts I Go-Carts !!
Baby Buggies!!! We have a number
ol theni which we will let go at a snap
We want thc room. Our new Spring
stock will be here in a few (lays. John
R, Wood, tho Furniture Store.
We don't make stump photos, but
Iur real iwell cabinets or panels Hint
you want to send to your iriendt, see
Truemtn't Studio. ■'
THE BIG BEND.
A Strong Hydraulic Company
Organized to 'perate There.
The American Hydraulic Company
have re-organized. Their capital bus
been increased from $50,000 to $500,-
000. Of the Increased capital tho
'whole is to go int.i tho treasury. Prof,
Test, of Perdue University, Lafayette,
Ind.,,hns tnken bold of it, arid lms
underwritten a large part ol the stock,
sn thnl Ihe Company will hnve ample
binds nt its ilisposnl, und financially
will bo the strongest placer com puny
that lms yet operated In ibe Big Bend.
The company lins secured through A.
Ei llinilley, properties adjacent tu the
okjms formerly held by the Company
The Company's property, bus been re-
guriled us tho banner hydraulic property
in the Big Bend, and the company intend to miike the most of il,us, having
ample funds at their disposal, (bey
will bo in u position to work it to tbe
Lost and moat economical advantage
nnd hope to place it on the dividend
paying list. The hydraulic plant will be
increased by tho addition of another
monitor, and operations will he continued Inini early spring iill Into in
the lull, or ns long us the season will
permit. This will givo the company
three monitors at work, ouch handling n stream ot from live to eight
inches in zzlo capacity,
Mr, Bradley will be. tho n imager ol
tho now company und will shortly
proceed lo the ileiid to mnko arrangements fur stinting up work ns soon us
possible. Tlie company will employ n
largo amount of labor during the
coming tcusoo.
IMPROVEMENT
COMPANY
Holds Meeting and Decides on
Works at Arrowhead.
i O.i Thursday evening a meeting oi
the Columbia River Improvement
Company was held at tho olliee- of
Harvey, McCarter and Plnkham This
company is formed of the various
lunioer companies who have amalgamated so as to operate hurmouiously
under the rights conferred by the
Dominion and Provincial charters held
by the respective companies. The
following were elected, ditcctors of the
company:—F. W. Jones, M. Carlin,
A. McCormick, yVl W. Fraser, 'Theo
dore Ludgate, C. F. Lindmark, A. F.
Dudgeon, T. Kilpatrick.
The company is incorporated with a
capital of $50,000, all of which iB subscribed by tlie various mill interests.
It is intended to put in and maintain up-to-date boom appliances on;
the Columbia fiver at Arrowhead and
to'othenvise improve the river for
denting logs.
A NOVEL
EXPERIMENT
Beaver Canyon Mining Company Will Use Electric
Ore Finders.
A peculiar plan of prospecting for
minerals iB to be adopted by tlie
Beuver Milling Company nn their pro-
perty on Hie divide between the Sliil-
iiinacbene and Duncan i-jvers. This
is an English company and they have
tine ot the host prospects to bo seen iu
the Country. There are hundreds nl
tons cf high grade ore broken off from
an nre shoot, and lying over the glacial
wash Irom the summit nl the mountain down lo the Duncan Basin. A
let of development work has been
done, but bus so far failed to locate
any new Oro bodies, though an exposure shows ore 32 ft,- in width. Tlie
company has become interested in a
new method ol locating ore bodies
liy magnetic inilicutinii, and exports
ire coming out from England to try
lite system 01,1 Lho property with u view,
to ascertaining whether the principle
-an be successfully employed in locating ore huilics, nnd whether, by following (lib Indications, the-location'ol
bodies of oro am lot determined.
The principle ul magnetic, location
Of iron ores by magnetic indication
has long boon successfully practiced
by Swedish mining .engineers, and
while one cun understand that ore
bodies containing iron can bo loaded
by this process it would be something
new and hitherto unproved thai bodies
of silver-leafl-coppor-gold ores could
be located in this way. This is the
class ol ore occurring on the company's property, and the results will
be watched with interest, arid' with a
gocd deal of scepticism on tho part of
mining men.
The development policy of the company will dopend on -the success
attending the demonstration, and we
'hope tho-experimenters will give sonic
ol our mining men an opportunity ol
being present and seeing the experiments.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
The Chinese Question.—A Big
Rise in Copper Stocks-
Crow's Nest Coal Company's
Extension Plans.
London, Feb. 24,—Commenting on
the government's announcement .that
the Chinese labor matter in South
Africa could he loft] to the connt.itii-
tionul government of the Transvaal,
Chamberlain, in the Cuninions, lust
night, declared that Bannerman ministry lind ridden to power on false
pretenses, Chancellor of the Exchequer Asquitli remarked that though
thoy would like to do so tho government could not take u wot sponge
und wipe the hateful oi-dionoce off Hie
slate. However, no new licenses will
lie issued.
Tokonto, Fob. 24.—Methodist General Conference officers will petition
Sir Henri Joli to disallow the McGill
Bill,
Bi.ainu, Feb. 24, -A man believed to
be Wallace Burrington was captured
here while in the act of mailing diamonds to Portland He unsworn the
description nf tbo man supposed to be
llassard's accomplice in rubbing McMillan's storo in Vancouver.
Oiiu'.Uio, Feb. 24,—Bluebeard Hooh
was hanged here yesterday,
Tokonto, Feb. 24.—The Crow's
Nest Conl Company suys great extensions In operations ore contemplated
Vancouver, Feb. 24.—It is reported
Brittaniii stock has taken a remarkable jump from $1125 per share to
$2,500.
] QiiKiiKO, Feb.-2-L—Members of tlie
Legislature want the sessional indemnity increased Irom $801) to $.1,000,
Washington, Feb. 24.—U. S. Minister to China Rookhill cables from
Pckin Unit be doeB not think massacres suppuBcdly slated for to-day will
take place.
There is no cause for apprehension,
he wires.
Tokio, Feb. 24.—Fire nt Taira destroyed BOO houses and caused death
of 37 persoiiB.''
VanoouVe'u, Feb. 24.—Telephone
directors nnd lenders ol strikers meet
this ultci'iiooii in an effort to end tbe
trouble. The merchant! suggest arbitration.
London, Feb. 24.—The assets of the
Whitaker Wright Company, which it l
was supposed would realize fourteen ]
million fetched .$2,500,000. Thero is
nothing to return to shareholders.
New YORK, Feb. 24.—A special
cable from London says King Edward
will never walk again without belli °'
a cane. This is the result of the accident in Windsor forest in November.
PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE.
Victokia, I-ph. 2-1— The House!
yesterday spent -1111181. of the afternoon
in Committee Oii tlie Public School |
Bill.
The I'nlenl, Medicine Bill wns ititru-
dnceil uml pasiifd lirst rending. Shut-
ford presented 11 petition contuiniiig
3,000 Bighatliroa frum ull purls of
British Columbia, lle suid that ,1,
was the largest petition ever presented In the House, and pritynil lor
enactment ol legislation regarding
patent medicines.
Kaieii Island Oommlttoo mot und
Anderson produced bunk books. A
telegram wns received from P. Larson
saying that owing tosickness he could
not attend. No word received from
Morse. The evidence tnketi by the
Committee shows (our persons were
in the sterol about llie Kuien Island
terminus, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, P;
Larson and E, V. Bodwell, and I hul
Anderson got $10,000 frum Larson and
an interest in adjacent lands.
TELEPHONE STRIKE.
Vancouver, Feb. 23—The telephone
girls struck this morning, Tlie electrical workers on the II. 0, Telephone
Company will go out and by tonight
200 men aro expected lo he on strike,
The question of recognition of the
UniOn is tho ostensible cause of the
strike.
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The Revelstoke people are taking
advantage of the 60c. per dozen photos.
Bourne Bros.
Dealers  in  Groceries,   Hardware,   Stoves,
Harness, Hay. Flour Peed, Etc.
Our sales of QUAKER BRAND fanned fruits
anil vegetables increase daily. They are the only lirst
grade canned jhkhIs in Revelstoke and people will have
them.
Brandon Flour $2,75 per 100 lbs.
Creamery Butter in bulk. 28c. per Ib.
Try Our 40c, Teas and Fresh Ground Coffees.
MOKENZIE AVE., REVELSTOKE
/*
E.  J. BOURNE,
Boots and Shoes, Men's Furnishings.
Ready-Made Clothing.
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
•Capital Authorised,W,000.000   Capital Paid Up, $3 600,000.  Rest, $3 .WO.OOG.
Head Office, Toronto, Ontario.
"Ilruiicliosiii lln- Northwest Turriicirie:, Manitoba, Oiitariti ami Quebec.
Ami Lho following points in British DolBmbiai Cranbrook. Gulden,
Nolis-iii, Revelstoke, Troul Lake, Arrowhead, Vancouver and Victoria.
T. R Mkrhitt, President.       D. R. Wilkib, Vice-President and General manager.
K. Hay, Assistant General Manager.   W. Moffat, Chief Iii-pector.
Kevelstoke Branch, li. C—A General Ranking Business Transacted
Savings Dopuctmeiit—Dfl|Misii-. Received and lnt«ri*:*t Allowed.
Drafts sold available iu all parts nf I'aumia, United States and Europe,
fipeoiul attention given to collections. A. K. Pmppa, Manager
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 10-w.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. Molbon Maotiikiison, Pies. K, H. Ewing, Vice-Pres.
Jambs Elliot, General Manager,
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything in way of blinking business transacted without un-
ni'i-essiiiy delay.
Interest credited twice n year a( current rates on Savings Bank
deposits. 	
W. II. PRATT, Manager,
Rbvei-stoke, B. C.
StockTaking Cash Sale
i	
To reduce our large stock we will give most
LIBERAL DISCOUNTS FOR CASH
Howson's Furniture & Qrpet Store
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*"' '4.'*V T+ """ + + " + "''+'!+ + «t + + + + + X V + V* >
ALUMINUM GOODS AT COST*!
  tt
it
it
Hnve vnn overlooked our oflbr of English Enamelled
und Steel Wine •   All our stock of ALUMINUM (Kl(lI)S.
SAUCEPANS, TEA KETTLES,',-!,-.
Do yon Ihink lhii we nilvcrlise ,lhis iiiei-iliiindise ut cost
only U) bring you into the Store uml sell m the strife old
in-ii-e r   NOT A HIT!   COME IN AMI SEE I!
When we say selling a! cost, we mean at cost.
Every niotchan!  overslockt iu  somo Iim-* anticipating
Inrgor business, and we have u number of enamelled and
Bteel Saucepans, Ten Kcttletand Aluminum Kiichen I'li-n-
*ils which 11111*1 i;ii lo uiiike room for .\Y» Sin iii|j Hoods,
During inn- Stock-Taking Season lliese g,„,il* will bo offered
ui ('11*1 Price.
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Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd. |
Mall Onlcr* Promptly attended to,    '  P.O. Box 181
FRUIT GROWING
Mr. Cunningham, provincial Iruit
inspector, says of bis visit to Kootetny
"We have now demonstrated that
ihe best Iruit grown in any part ol the
world is grown iu British Columbia.
We have never taken second place
where we exhibited anil we mint guard
ilu, good reputation us the tpple ot
our tye.    I suppote the metaphor it
appropriate.
"Ol ont thing we should be proudly
thankful. It is this—British Columbia has the liest horticultural laws for
thc protection ol the fruit grower ol
any spot in the world, as fur as I can
find out.
"Wt owe much to the press for thil
splendid supi>,.,rt il has given us in the
enforcement ol our regulations. Without thit assistance I fear we should
hive failed." THE MAIL-HERALD, REVKlM)Kft B. C.
mmwmwmWK ' ■ I
with .ill ihi- p •
The
NORDHEIMER
PIANO
ii-.il standard ,,l (aii.nlit, possessing n*
, endorsed noi only by musicians every-
-,l niusiciil ability who inslaiilly rocog--
;i llieir unsiialed praise,
I- recognized la-da); as the mi
,-   -. -, ,- -, . ,,,.1 characteristic
it all personsol uiiprejiidi,
■   >     I , v., n*.ii- qinlilif*.'Illll irive
.   For puritv of tone and power, combined willi  .,   perfecl   action uml
poet . il   louc'h,   the   NORDHEIMER   PIANO   is  dislinguislicd  l„ nn
mal degree.   Can he had for n very litllc more llian Ihe so many
iiifi-riorn ik, ill     ire being sold iii ihis cily.   You mnv own one of these
..,.., g; a small payment down and the hnlancc on terms to suil.
, write!,- Ihe Agent* lor Eusleru liritish Columbia,
FACTORY   TORONTO,
REVELSTOKE IVAREROOMS, FIRST STREET,
REVELSTOKE INSURANCE AGENCY LTD., SOLE AGENTS
Hbe i1Dail4)evalb.|
PUBU8HKD WEDNESDAY AND
DAY AT
REVELSTOKE. B.C.,
3ATUH
I .no
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Including postage Lo England, United Suites
and i -ui.nl,i.
Hy •■.-jv.tr llli-rough i istofllci | $2.50
Half      " " .... ' ''•"
Quarter"
ADVERTISING RATES.
Leg ■. noti ' - I0i enl* nor line first iin-orlinn,
, eai 1, niteequenl Insertion,
Measurer enn Konpariei |l- linen mako one
inch). Store nnd geneml iiu-in-'-- nn
nouncemi■:,;■ ?,'"•' per inch per mnntlt,
Prcfi: :• ! positions, ii per cent, nd*
lit! rial. Hirtlif, MarrlagiM and Deallis,
50c each in*-i riton, All tulvertUoinonU
subjecl tolhc approval ot the nmnagcinenl,
Wanted and l oncleii«ed Advertisements:
Agenu Wanted. Help W'anlod, SltuiUlotiH
wanted. Situation*' Vacant, Teacher*'
Wanted, Mechanlia Wanted. l» words or
li *- 25c. eai li additional line lu eenU,
change- in Btniitllng advorttsemontfl must
tic in liy t' \. in. lucaday and Krldiiy of
each week lo -eenre good display.
JOB PRINTING promptly executed at roawnv
able raten.
TKHMS  f'-t-h.   Subricnplions payable In ad;
vance.
COURESPONDKN'UE Invited on matters of
public interest Communications io Editor must be accompanied by name of
'.vritcr, not necessarily for publication, but
■i- evidence of good faith, Correspondence
i-honld be brief.
I)
ft.   Mu HI! I SON,
DENTIST,
llm, i::
rilK SKW LAWIIKNUK HLOCK,
McKenzie Avonue.
HARVEY, Mii'AHTEK
AND l'lNKUAM,
BARBI8TER8, snLlelTiiKS, ETO.
Omens:  Imperial Hank Hlock,  Iikvki.
stokk, H. ('.
Money to loan.
Offices: Revelstoke, Il.C: Kort Steele, It. ('.
Qto, s. McCabtkb,
A. M. 1'INKHAM.
Revelitoke, 11.1'.
J. A. II.IKVKI-,
Furl Steele H. I'.
s
J. M. Sco
iott
;  l.L.ll.
AM'
w. 1. BrlgRs,
HUH,US
, Etc.
Barristers, Somoitobi
Money th Loan
bOLiaTORS^FOR MOLSONB BANK
Pin. Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
E
DWARD A. HAGGEN,
Mining Engineer,
(Mem. American Institute Mining Engineers)
Canadian Mining Institute.)
REVBL8TOKB, B. C.
Examination of and reports on Mineral Properties a Specially.
Agent for Canadian Metal Company, buyers
of line ores.
Financial Assist -■■    given ow lew and prospectors to operate and develop
approved properties.
Cbe flbaiMfocralo
British Columbia, nnd will certainly
grow in cininerciiil importance.
With llicse considerations before
I hem the people nl Rovelstokc have
the hi st reason in tbe world to (eel
conliilenci- ill tboir city und it is llieir
duly, us well us their privilege, lo
adopt uny reasonable menus of pro
muting its growth nnd importance
Nothing will do more in Ibis direction
tlinn the establishment of power
i,wucl nnd controlled by the municipality?
The 0.1'. R, shops nre an important industrial feature of the city.
Application lm' power bus been niiide
mi their behalf, The cily owns ils
electric light nnd water supply and
bus derived u large revenue and great
advantages therefrom, When the city
lirst proposed to acquire this property
the bylaw was turned down. Thee
is, however, probably not n ratepayer
who Ihen stood in the wny of llie
progress ol the city but admits be wns
wrong, nnd that the eventual acquisi-
tion of the properly snd franchises
wns the best |iicce of civic policy that
could hnve been undertaken.
At the present time the city hue
twice as much waterpotver as it requires nml the balance is running tu
waste. The water supply at the powerhouse is equivalent to 41111 horse power, of whioh 2H0 horse-power is u-ed
in providing electric light, No initial
expense is therefore required to provide a further supply of water lor
power.
The amount of power required is the
nest consideration. The 0, 1'. H.
sbojis require from IIS to 75 burse-
power to operate the plant of their
machine shops, and there are hall a
dozen other industries in the city that
would take from four to twelve h.p,
The question is; will the present demand ')e sullicicnt to ever cost of
operation, interest mul sinking bind
on cost of the additional plant required tj put in power. Power und light
could be generated Irom the same
plant, but this would render the light
so unstable that it is admittedly better
to put in a separate plant, s,, that the
alteration in load will not effect the
light. A separate power generator
must therefore be installed at a cost
of, say, $7,000.    But to be of service u
■ I would  .  .  . earnesU)' advise them tor
their good to order thlsr-aper to bi ; menially
-erved up. and to be looke-1 upon a- a ; >"-.:'
thc tea equipage. -ApDisos,
SATURDAY,FEBRUARY 'Jl. 1906
THE POWER QUESTION.
Kevelstoke is face to fnce today with
the- mosl inqiortaiit question that has
arisen tince the incorporation ol llie
city. That question is tbe supply ol
power ior industrial purpose:, tt is a
question not only ol present cost and
return but ol laying the corner -• mi
ol the future of the city. The eitab,
lijhment ,1 permanent industries is
sought by every progrwsive city, ti
ouch mean the employment oi an army
of labor, incretttio population, wealth
and the thousand and one benefit!
that accrue to a rich and p p
city. To secure the establishment of
industries, hundreds ol cities offer
bonuses by way of cath tubsidiei,
freedom from taiation, free supply ol
water, granting ol valuable sites und
so forth. The city that can olfot
promoter! ol factories and industries
cheap and reliable power has at ils
command the best bonus thut can be
offered to industries, and Hint without
any cost to or burden imposed upon
the taxpayers.
Rcvelst-.'ke lias reached that point
where the establishment of industries
should lie s,,ught. This city il in the
centre of tbe Province, on tbe banks
of one of the greatest Canadian waterways, and surrounded on all sides by a
wealth ol tin, er and minerals the
development of whioh is in its veriest
infancv. The city also bids fair to
become the great railway entrepot of
lie glad to jump ut such a chance
to secure the installation ol power,
knowing well tho value ol it in build
ing up their town. Nelson burdened
itself with a debt of scores ol thousands of dollars lust year,,und undertook a work ol immense cost, magnitude nnd litigation, in order to Bccuro
the very thing Revelstoko can secure
for un expenditure of $20,000.
The 0, P, It, has announced it is
now giiing tu lake a bund in the upbuilding of Revelstoke, nnd that
announcement should ho welcomed
nnd assisted in every reasonable way.
The immediate result of the establishment ol elootrlo power ut Revelstoke
will be the enlargement ol the
('.. I'. It. shops, instalment uf
additional plant, and n considerable increase iu the mechanical
stall' employed here. The opportunity
in the grandest and best ever presented
tu the citizens and we only hope the
City Council will rise to the occasion
nud exhibit n Bpirit ol enterprise nnd
progress worthy of tbe grout interests
entrusted to them. Every progressive
citizen will heartily endorse such u
policy, and its adoption will give
Revelstoke a standing second to no
ulher city. The subject is n new one
since the civic elections, and as soon
its the council have their facts and
figures in shape we suggest the Mayor
call u public meeting and lay tbe
matter fairly before the ratepayers so
that it may be fully and freely *lia-
cussed. If this is done the advantages
of the proposal can be made so manifest that a bylaw to give effect to it
Bhould go through by a thumping
majority,
It is well to consider how the failure
of the city to put in it power plant
would affect the civic linanoes. Tho
(', I'. R, ut present pays the city between $1-100 and $400 a month Ior
light, and if power were provided the
leveuue to the city from the railway
company alone would lie between $500
and $1100 u month, or suys $11000 a
year. On lust balance sheet this is
more than enough to cover thc whole
cost of labor and operation of the
light plant for n year, or a third of the
total revenue of thc city from electric
light supply. II the city refuses to
instill a power plant the railway company will be forced to instai its own
eleotrio power, and if it does the city
will not only lose the revenue Irom
power, and the advantages that would
ensue Irom civic power supply, but
would lose the large revenue now de
rived Irom the C. 1'. It. (ur light; or in
other words, for the sake ol saving un
expenditure of $20,1100 in power plant
nud steam auxiliary and a lurther $160
a month in operating expenses, the
city would lose enough revenue to
repay in five years the whole cost ol
installation and operation ol the power
plant lor that period,
In considering the installation ol
n power plant the City Counoil should
ne it i* provided ior in an up-to-date
manner, The horsepower to be pr,,-
videil should allow for oue kilowatt
being equal to one and a third burse
powtr. A rate oi ten cents per kilowatt
hour would probably be i good basis
to start  with,  and  would  be   more
, nominal than stenin. u applied at
the ('. I'. It. -hup*, ,-r hy ,,-tlier -i*.-r«  >i
-team, the rate being rcrliir.fi   in  pro-
TAXATION OF LUMBER.
The |i',i,usal of Mr. Bowser, M.l'.l'.
Ior Vancouver, to increase the luxes
un provincial lumber from $1 to $4
per thousand is outrageous, If the
lumbering industry is doing (airly
well  these days  it  is only nftcr long
as ol dull times. Lumbering is an
immense employer ol labor and is
one of llie mo-t beneficial industries
to thn province. The public treasury
now derives a large revenue Irom ihis
industry. Mr. Dowser would appear
to hnve very little knowledge of the
dilliculties attending the lumber industry, and to have rathor impracticable ideas nf his duty as a public man
if he thinks thut it is the duty ol the
legislature to kill the goose which
lays the golden egg. Mr. Bowser's
proposal is about the most injurious
that could be put forward at the
present time when there is a chance
of securing investment of capital in
lumber nnd the development of the
industry.
Since the above was put in type Mr
Bowser explains he intends this in
creased taxation to apply only to logs
fur export.
There are still a lew copies lelt ol  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1058.
the Christmas edition of the Koo
TENAV Mail, the finest illustrated
paper ever published in Kevelstoke.
Price 50 cents. Order before tupply is
exhausted. Interior Publishing Company, Revelstoke, Il.C.
NOTICE
NOTICK Im hereby given that thirty days after
date [Intendto apply tu ihu linn, chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works, fur a Bjieclal
tlcettse to cut mul carry aaay timlier from the
fiiliiiiviit" described In nils:
Commencing at u post planted at the North
went corner nf the 0. P. II. Block, No. 878j near
mouth of Mosquito Creek, and running 411 chain*
west, llii'iu'i- Kin chain* south, thenre 4ti alialiu
east, thenco nm chains imrth tn phi <f commencement.
Dated .Tan. U\\\, IM-fi,
mS UIOIIAUD MAXWBLL,
NOTICE-
N OTIOK IS ItKllKHY QIVKN Hint thirty
iluys nfu-r ilatn lillUsnil tu a|,|tly to the
Chlol Commissioner ol bands and Works (or a
siuieinl license to cut and curry away thither
(i„in Ilu- following ilcscl'iln-il Iini,'- in West
l.isil,-iiiiy lllstrict: -
Ciltlllli-neill" lit  ii |l|llt nmrkeil   "(', It. Kirk's
-1,11.1 h cast cornerpost," planted si Hu, north ,-ust
corner „( tiuila'r limit .out an,! about inn, ami iitie-
lull miles from Itliml Hay on tin- mirth iinii„(
Arrow l<ake, theuce ninth sti chains, iln-ii,-,- west
120 clmins, liieiu-i- smith III cliiiins. tltoi eusl Sit
chains, thciu-u soulli tn chains, tlience cast in
,-hiihis I,> point ul cniiiiciiccinciil.
Hated jany. J0t.li, 1908.
(1. 11. KlltK.
Home time ago it was suggested that
steps should be taken to introduce
trout fry into the streams around
Revelstoke, and as spring will soon be
here, when it is the proper season to
do this work, we trust the scheme will
not be allowed to drop. No doubt the
Dominion Hatchery at Knult would
supply the fry if sume of our enthusiastic anglers would undertake their
distribution. There should be no
dilliculty about arranging this matter,
and the Tulirist Association would
probably be tlie best organisation to
take up the work,
NOTICE.
VTOTICE is hereby aiveti that thirty days
il alter date wo lutein! to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for special
license to cut und curry away timber from the
following described lands situntu in West
Kootenny district:
Location t. Commencing at a post marked
" Hert Blyth's North-wesI Corner Post," planted
bunt i\ miles north-east of Mosquito Lake;
tht'tii'i* oast sn chains; thence south su chains;
theuce west 80 chains; thence north su ehains )<>
point; of commencement,
Location $< -Commencing at a i>"*t marked
iti'i'i lily! li's North-east Comer Post," planted
iihinit 2*4 miles north-east of MoBijuitn Lakes
theime smith Kin chains; thence west -m ehains:
tlit'iii'i' north ton chains; theuce cast 40 ichains tn
point of commencement,
BKltr BLVTIL
Poliranry tllh, lOOO. M-17
l-CKiilnr meetings are held in the
Oddfellows Hall ou the Third Friday of each mouth, nt tip tu. sharp.
\ i-iliun hrcihreu ntrdlalli invited
.1 A. ACHKHDN, \'V, M
^^^M       R. J. TAiii.KRT, Beo.-Sec,
KOOTENAY STAR, ll. B. 1\
Meets on First TueH<lay of every month, in
I. O. O. F. Hall.
j. ACHKBON, W. V.
R. J. TAGGKKT, Rko,
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 28, Revelstoke, 0. C.
MKKTS EVERY WKl-NKrilUY
In Oddfellows' Hall at 8
o'clock Visiting Knights are
cordially invited,
E. W. B. PAGET, (ML
(}. H. BROCK, K. of It. & B.
H.A. BROWN, M. of F.
Kooteitav Lodffe No. 15 AT,* A.M.
Open Air Rink
W. G. Watson's open air rink
is now open: Ice in good shape
SKATING DAILY.
Tlie rcK-nlar ini-iil
Inn- aro held In tlie
Masonic Temple,
lilil Kt-llows Hnll.oii
the third Monday In
each month at 8
p,iii, ViHttimrliroth-
ruli   cnllally   —'
wel
0, ^. t'KOHUNlKlt. SKORBTAHV.
SELKIRK kODQB, NO 1», 1.0.0. F.
Meet* every Tliursda-
evening i-i()ddir«llowB
Hall at s o'clock
VisltlUK brethren our
dlally Invited to tt
lead
II. MACIHIN \l,l>, N.ll. J. MAilllK, Sue
W. H. HUMPHREYS
BASS SOLOIST
Society and Church Concerts.
For terms write Hox 704,
Revelstoke, I). C.
MISS GARVIN,
TEACHER OF I'lANOFORTK
Kngagemenls accepted for At-
Hornet &c. Theory Lessons a
specialty. I'upils now enrolled for
the new year.
Alphonsus De Feo
PROFESSOR]
OF PiANO
Lessons 50c. Each.
(liven at Mr. Hominic liiillicooo,
near Station. BH
Music supplied at "At Homes" and
Dances.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Gash Prices Paia
F.   B.  WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
FOR SALE
Good Sound Apples, at 85c.
per Box, Fit for Eating or
Cooking.   Apply to,
J. L. WEBSTER, VERNON, B. C,
The Money Saving
Work Saving Soap
That's Royal Crown kind-
made in Vancouver— Largest
Snap Factory west of Winnipeg. House cleaning and
washing are easy with its help.
And the money saving is the
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give Ior
Koval Crown Wrappers. Send
lor it—Free—Also try the
Soap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
NOTICE IH HEREBY UIVEN that thirty
(lays after date we intend to apply to th j
Chief Commissioner of I-ands and Works for i.
special license to oul and carry away timliei
from Ihu following described lands:—
No. 1.
Commencing ut a post planted on the west
hide of the north fork of Fosthall Creek and
about two and one-i|uarter miles above thc
forks and marked "Big Bend Lumber Company's Southwest Corner Post," thenco north
llio chains, thence west in chains, thenco south
100 chains, thenco cast -II) clmins lo point of
commencement.
No. 2,
Commencing ut a post planted on the cast
side of the north fork of Fosthall Creek about
one anil one-half miles above tbo forks and
marked "Big Bend Lumber Company's Southwest comer post, thence north 1WI chains,
thence east 10 chains, thence south 100 chains,
thence west lu chains to point of commence'
ment.
No. 3.
Commencing at a post, planted about one-half
mile from thc west hank of the north fork of
Fosthall Creek and about one mile above the
forks and marked " Dig Bond Lumber Company's Southeast Corner Poat," thence north
tot) chains, thence west 40 chains, thence south
llio chains, thonco cost ID chains to point of
commencement.
No. i.
Commencing at a post, planted about one half
mile from the west onnk of tho north fork of
Fosthall ('reck and about four miles abovo tho
forks and marked "Hig Bend Lumber Company's Northeast Corner Post," thoncc west 80
chains, thenoo south sn chains, thence east 80
chains, thence north 8(1 chains to point of com-
WOOD YARD
I have Blurted a permanent Wood
Yard ou Third street. With mv past,
experience I hope to be in a position
to satisfy all iv(|uiiements of customers. Dry cord wood kept in stock and
supplied in any lengths at reduced
prices for cash.
R. SAMSON,
nmncinnent.        ,,
1110 1IKND LUMBK.lt COMPANY, LM.
Arrowhead, B.O.,
Jim 23.1006,
2116128
NOTICE
NOTICE i- hereby siren Hint thirty daya
ifi-r ,l,it„ ws Intend i<> apply to the Hon.
,-|,i.(, <>mii,i--ii„j-r „f Lands and Works for a
-i^-r „t tir-n-- t,, cm .in,l oariy iwaytimber
from tin, following described lands:
demands on the service,    Thi   ■
i&ry iteam plant *l Id allow 1 80  r
p per kilowatt for engim t ipacitj
ninl tin- boiler capaoity should lie
equal to one and a quarter titm thi
kilowatt capacity ol the generator?
power plant must be absolutely reli- portiun tn „,„,„„„ ,lf ln^,BC,nmnwi
able, and tu ensure this dating the 8uBicient power mu8t fc )ir,lV,„ j ,.;
winter months a iteam auxiliary plant „M,fis. „,- thg. actuftl,v „.,,,,.,
must be put in which would also do care 0f peai-]ogd due to motors being
away with the dilliculties experienced , ^^ (imultaneou!|y all,) „,
hitherto by the shutting down of the
electric light from ice trouble. The
additional colt ol an auxiliary steam
plant and its installation would be
from $10,000 to $13,000, so that $20,000
would probably be required to install
the entire plant. To provide this
amount debentures can b* issued, the
interest only amounting to $1,000 a
year, with the usual allowance for
■inking fond to extinguish the loan in
addition. The cost ol attendance for
running the plant day and night
would not be muoh more than the
cost ol running the light plant alone.
Then then.-1- tlm usual allowam - ir
wear and tear and fuel lor the steam
auxiliary in winter, We understand
the requirement!ol the 0, P, R, alone
would provide lor the cost ,,i operation
and interest. 'I heother customers lor
tin- j,,-,,.,-i would be to tin: good. And
once the power is established Ihen- nre
many who would use it for driving
small machines, Inns in summer lime,
und electric lilts would be installed in
some hotels and warehouses, while
the best ol inducement would be
offered for establishment in Revelstoke
ol new industries und each new industry would be an additional source
nl revenue to the city, Better to postpone the reduction of light rates for u
little uml install such a business
bringing aud Industrial promoter as
electric power.
There is not anothor city in Canada
[JFK INSURANCE IN CANADA,
Wh have received from ,1, ,1. Harpel,
of Toronto, a brochure issued by Inn,
drawing attention to alleged Irregular
ities in tin- administration ol the life
insurance companies --I Canadt He
charges excessive expenditures with
holding as.-et- from the Government
Report, writing up assets - oncet
txpenditurei using profits Irom securities I.,, cover iossss in real estate.
excessive investments In foreign -'--
Cliritict, investing large sunn, in ne»-
untried securities, not giving ibe
policy holders a correct statement nl
company affairs,
These are serious charges und il
they are wholly or partially true the
public ought to know It, Such ohargei
demand the most stringent examinn
ti,ni nt the bunds ,,l the Government
Insurance inspectors, and it is sincere
ly to be hoped Ihey will he found untrue so far at Canadian Life oom pan let
aro concerned. At all events lei the
truth he known.
Cfloimeootni Ht 11 „*t iiliiiit<*l nlwiui two
we«t from Itanium!.  Point on Upper Ar
1
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
row Lake and marked 'B.B   I. (Jo's southeast
p,,r; -r post,' itietic- north *ll chains thmice
rests -I,;,;.-,-. i;>*!„-e moth Sn chain*-, llini.cn
ft-, ' ,' cl,.,',,. i,, |s,i„t ,,( coinmflt.cetnftlit.
■- ,,< - I. ,: , ',-■ ; |Mi,,t<vi .tl.mi
three miles west (mm Hsonis-l point on I'ptmr
trmw Lake and marked "B B. L. Co's southeast crticr post, thence n,,rtli sn chains,
ti.cnc- w-..i 81 chains, thenee south SO clmins
thcic- -n-t V. ch.-i-t,' Ul poinl of eminence.
m«l,t.
Peb 2nd IHO)
Hli, BEND l.l MHKR CO., LTD,
NOTICK.
N'OTICE > hereby glfon that, 80 daya after
date,? Intend to applytp the Chief C-om-
misfdonflr or Land- unci Works for a special
license to onl anoTcnm away timber from tho
foi loving dawribed lands »itnated on west
cilia cif upper Arrow Lake in Went Kcotnniiy
Uitrlol
l. ntimittenHnu <■ i p"H marked ''Robert
Sanderson'* north bmI rorm»r iml planted ons
i.i.i'.-.i line ninniux aaal from P ngstoii ( reek ind
,'tni-m/ tha dlrklr alwtil t*< inn** vest of ton
ilvrann llm* kiln, thence muth I chaini thencs
..,,..• -,.. i, un- them i h tl ■■ bains theni ■-
..i.i -o - haln«'" !'■ Inl -f ■ immencetnenl
:   i iimn ■ i    ' ■ '      ■"'   ii- * """ih
.. ,.i . ii.. ■      ilpl*nt< li iltw «'•■>! i i
postcUwcrliicil In fin-l  location llwnea ic-rth *i
halns, them ■        I   "   '■ kin ■  thence ,"111111 n-i
• ■, ■ I-, pntnl ■■( com
Date r
-
l.M)KHM(l>
ll-.  '.11
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that nn application
will in mride to the Legislative Assembly of
the Province ol liritish Columbia, at Its next
session for an Act to incorjiorate a company to
be called "The Kamloops and Yellow Html
Pass Railway Company," with power to construct, equip and operate a line of railway
from a point at or near Kamloops, thence
running lu a northerly direction following
the valleys of thc North Thompson river, the
Canoe river ar.d McLcunan's creek to a point
at nrnear Tete Jaune Cache in the Province
of llrilii-di ('oliimhia with all sitr.b powers as
maybe neci'simry anil expedient for the construction nnd operallon nf aaid Hue of Hallway
and with power to purchase and develop and
convey over its P.ight of Way, electric power,
and to sell and distrilni to the same within the
said Province of liritish Columbia, aud with
power 0 acquire and operate steam boats and
terries ln connection with tbe Railway, aud
with power to effect a junction with any lino
of railway 10 be constructed from the south to
a point at or near Kamloops. or with the ('an-
adlan Pacific Hallway at that point aud also
with any railway coming westward through
the Yellow Head Pass.
hated at Vancouver, British Columbia, this
5th day of December, A.i)., I'M").
TIPPER A: QKIFFIN,
Royal Hank Chambers, Vancouver,
Hrltish Columbia,
dl-Ww Solicitors for Applicants.
rpIIIHTY DAYS after date we intend to
J apply to the Commiftdoncr of Lands and
Works for a special licenso lo cut and carry
away timber from the following described
laud.-:
1. Commencing at a po4 planted at the
northeast corner of K. kS., Hlock Htm, and
marked " Hig Hcnd Lumber Company'a South-
easl Corner I'o-I." thenco north IW chains,
thenoe weal *n chains; thence south 160chains;
I hence easl. Pi chains to point of commencement.
2. Commencing nl a post planted about, one
mile north from the north-west corner of K.
and 8., Hlock, MHi. and marked " Big Hend
Lumbal Company's Southeast Corner Post,"
thenee north SOchninfl; Ihuiicc west Wl cIuiIuh;
1 hence Miith 80 chains; Ihence easl W chains
to point of commencement.
:t, Commenolng al a post planted about one
mile north from the north-went cornor of K.
mid B,, Hloek 860. and marked " Big Mend
Lumber Company's North-cunt Corner Post,"
thenco west 80chains; theuce south so chains;
iiniii.'-,1-1 hu chain-: Ihence north HO chains;
io poinl of commencement.
Hn. Bbnh Li MHKit Company, Ltd.
RE-OPENED 1
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FIRST STREET.
Orders ior Heel and Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and small goods
will receive prompt attention.
Richard' R, Copeland
JOBBING CAHl'ENTBR)
AN!) CABINETMAKER
Mantles, Shelving, Storm  Doors, etc
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Third Street East,
.Zto
Revelstoke
Gait Coal
$8.70 PEB SINGLE TON
Reduction made for large quantities.
Delivered to any part of the city.
Orders left ut the Lawrence Hardware
Store, or at Sinythe's Tobacco
Store, promptly attended to.
200 Cords Wood
WELL SEASONED
$4.00 per Two-Rick Cord.
J. C  HUTCHISON, FIRST ST
Something Pure
II you are looking for Pure
Honey we have just opened up
a consignment of   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE  OOMB
in 1 lh. boxes, or in 5 Ib. cans
"Guaranteed Pure."
OANNED   GOODS
Our Canned Goods are second
to none, and more than that
wo "Guanntec every Can."
HOBSON & BELL,
CR0CIR8, BAKER8 AND CONFECTIONERS.
Jan. 38th, in
21! K
situated us Kevelstoke is, that would I Island.
It is reported the (iriind Trunk
I'ncilic Railway bat purchased lourleen
thousand acres mure land in theJvloin.
ity of Hie propated terminus at Kaien
WAH CHUNG S
Bust Firewood in the City.
9hipment of Chinese Canaries just rn
r.tlved   Prices from %1 to IS each
WindsopRestaupant
Mrs. II..I  lln ihury  Miinngrcss.
First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
I.iirni! tliniliunsxil (<ir
ll;i,„lii,,l-. «„|,|*r-, OUI
Furnished Rooms To Let,
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE
SEE
Fronl Street,
rr-iflfimirlM
and Copyright!
minifies.
PATENTS
■ „l,lnlii(iil In nil 0	
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney
Moohiuiloal A l.lornny iiitrl Kni/limnr.
Room", Knlrllr,lti;illrn;l<. (Imnvlllnat„nmr IM)
VANCOUVER, I), C.
A  |„,sti:„r,l will seinir,, nil SVOnlng appoint
mini! for .niisit who onnliol. null daring tht Ot| I
Wing Chuiij/'s nitwly iin-
ported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The licst assortment evetr
landed in Kevelstoke of
mid   ornamental
useful
articles:
Tea si,rvi,„!s
I'lnUis
llnslti-ts
I ,u„- (lli.ilr.
Ilaiiilkorilhlnls
Klower I'nts
|-|iiI,i-,-IIbWI»i„1«
[,,iii,li ItnsltntJ,
Hmiiklng Jack-Ui
Btlk Oorsls.
001,0 FISH
Klni'sl. sUmh of OtnillM anil fruit* In town.
Front Street, Htvelttokt
M.  J. HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouses & Seed Houses
VANCOUVER, B. C.
HKADtll'ARTKItS FOR PACIFIC COAST
UIIOWN (1AHI1KN. KIKI.II AND KI,OWKlt
3KKD8. Now crap now In slnok anil on test
In our trriit'iilionses. Ask your merchant for
than] in smilisl packages. If lie iloes not handle
them we will mall .Hi aasoi-u-a. do packets of
vi'jii-tiilili-nml (lower seeds (our nwi. selection,
suitable fur H C, Hardens) for $1.1111, Spoeial
prlcos on your hulli seeds.
ii. Q, iiiiown Kiiiirr and  oiina
MKN'l'AI, TltRKS now ready   for   spring
shipment,
Kxtra nloostooli of two and three-year Apple
Troos nl }'.ii.isi per tin, lisn.im imr I.i.ki ; Hay-
niiiil I'hiiiii, Sl.io ,-ui'li: Italian Prune, two.
yi-iir, llm-. K.i.im per I'll; Sugar Prune, two.
year, line, tiw.iii |,-r lm.
Full list, of oilier sliiek at. regular price.. No
oxpontt,   loss or delay  of   fumigation
^^^^
l.,-t nu, prlco your list iii-fnre pliuilng your
order.
(Ireenliiiusi- I'liiuts, FlorWork, Hen Su'ppllOS,
Fruit Packages, Fertilizers, eto,
CA'I'AMKII'KFItKK.
Nl.   J,   HENRY
SUIII, WliSTMINSTliK kllAII. V'SCOI VIIH, H. c,
Bankhead Goal;!
Egg Size Delvered
$9.00]
tove "      " j
9.00
Hut    "        " |
150;
Orders   left   at   P. j|
Burns   &   Company's j I
Oflice will receive most !l
prompt attention.
I1
I; F. McCarty, Agent, i
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Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium.
Under the new management of
Haiihv  iMcIntiish,   Holtunui   House
Rossland.
THE MEDICAL WATERS of Halcyon me the most curative in the
world. A perfect, natuial remedy for
nil Neivous and Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure
for "That Tired Feelinf?." Special
rates on all boats and trains, Two
mails airlve and depait every day.
Telegta h communication with all
marts of the world.
TEBM8-$12 to $18 per week.   For
further particulars apply to
HARRY McINTOSH
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrotu Lake. B. C.
NOTICE
NuiirK Ili hm
we Inleml i
hereby slveti thnt B0 ilnyB afler ilatx
' ■ |iply in the Hun. Tin* Chief
uptniniuioiier ni lAinlfl uml Works fur u Hpeclal
LlretiM In rut nnd curry invny UimIht from tlie
fcillcMiii)i:ili-Hi'iilii<itl;inik
riitiiiiii-tii'inn .il it |hi-i |iliuiti'il mi tin1 ncirlli Hlcli!
of Cnrlltno Creek ftlmnt three qiiatiera nf u mil,*
(taut of liiirinii Cltj Towmlte, ami mnrkeil' tlie
v, c. I.. Cii'h. north wi'xi cornet pnet" mul thenci'
niiiiilfi|<i'tiKt Kiii'lmiiis, smith Kii I'lmitirc, west 8tl
i-hiihm, imrtli 80 i'IihIdh tn in.hit nf cniumi'iiceiuuiit.
THK YALK Cnlil MIHA I.I'MltKK CO., Llll.
DuIihI ni NnkiiN|i, it. <;., Jan, rnth, iww.
NOTICE
VoTh K in Imrtiliy Klven that % duyH
ll after ilatfl I lotuiicl tn ,i|ii'ly in the Hmior-
iiiiln tlm Chief Commuiioner of Laida nnil
Wnili. fur u -imciiil llcen.se to rut and at rry
nwny tiiiiluT frum tho follnwitiK det-firibeii
I a in Is ciitontod iu Wost KociLetiny District:
l>iniiiiiiiinjii(c nt 11 pcirl iilnnhKl nlimit one
milfi north cif Halcyon Hot f*|irin«H and elmnt
U mile from r-rrnw Lake, nml marked "Hert
Myth's north.WMt corner poat,1 Ihence aouth
in chains, thence east I'Vi chains, thenoe north
ll) chain-, thence we.it W chain- to lmint of
rcimmniiceinent-
Hated January lRlh, lMH,
Ut BERT BLYTH.
Why Punish
Yourself
Hy buying ill-shaped
foolwetr ? " LECaCIK
HOOTS " require no
breaking-in. They lit
like a glove the lint time
they are tried, on, and Will
stand more hard wear than
any oilier bonis sold in '
Canada to-day.
They are made over
foot-form lusts, in all
qualities, Irom the heaviest hoots .for loggers, -
prospectors . and miners
to smart city boots for
business men's street or
rainy day wear.
Ask for Leckie Hoots at
your dealers tnd look for   .
the trade mark on the solo,   .
MANUFACTURE)! BY
J. LECKIE CO.,' Ltd.,
VANCOUVER. B. C. ,ri
THE MAE-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C,
|| ORANGE GRAND tODGE.
The annual meeting of the Provincial Orange Grand Lodge was held al
Nanaimo on Tuesday. Bin. McLaren
represented Kamloops and Bro Gaidar,
Revelstoke, Thos. Duke, Provincial
Grand Master, gave a lengthy address
in thc course ol which he said i
"Events that have transpired in
Canada during the la.t twelve months,
have made abundantly evident the
necessity of our continuing the work
so well begun and sn continuously
adhered to by tht Orange fathers. We
are face to lace wlthabold,skillful,
and (or the time, tnocesflul invasion
ol Canadian liberties by our old-time
enemy, the Roman Hierarchy,
"Our forces were not altogether
prepared lor the conlllot, The Orange,
men ol British Columbia were the
first to take Hie Held Willi intuition
characteristic ot the west they realized
the dinger. living lulled inlo it sense
ol security by patt legislation, tlie
older provinces ol the Dominion did
not grasp the situation, aud consequently did not light as they should
have doiitTagainat the obnoxious educational clauses ol tbe Autonomy bill.
" The reason is nol far to seek. The
enemy laid a trap lor us in 1890, and
we walked Into it with the conviction
tint for once we had found an h most,
liberal-minded Romanist who loved
freedom more than Pope. We were
mistaken, and from this vantage
ground the present victory of the
Romanists has been hi n. It will take
years ol -honest, careful work to undo
tht reaotiona y legislation ol last
slimmer.; But i' must be done.
"Brethren, I would remind you
that every Orangeman stands solemnly pledged 'to resist liy all lawful
means the ascendancy, extension and
encroachment of the Church nf Romo'
Will you be tru.i to this oath in spite
ol all other ties? Can any one doubt
that our school system hire in British
Columbia, ot which we are so justly
proud, will be next attacked? The
Orangeman who support! his party
for an inttant in its yielding to the
demands ol an ever-insatiate band of
hicrtrcli8 in thil or any other matter
is t lorsworn man, a traitor to the
cause he hat swoin to upnold, be he
Liberal or Conservative. It was tlie
hciitancy, aye, even the refusal, in
many ipttincet, of Orangemen and
other Protestants to brave and dely
pirty allegiance that enabled the
papal ablegate, Sbirretti, to fasten
Roman Catholic public tchools upon
the shouldert ot our two new provinces.
"it it my desire to sec cur beloved
Orange order grow in numbers, but
rather than see repeated the scenes ol
hesitancy, and in some instances,
downright treachery to our cause that
have been enacted in Caniuia during
Ihe Inst twelve months, I would ask
God to take us down to the brook as
Gideon ol old led Israel's host, and
purge us of those who still hesitate
tnd arc afraid. The day for stern
action has come. We ure strong
enough numerically if uniled and
determined to purge, not only Protestant Canada, but also to free our
Boman Catholic brethren in (juebco
Irom the curse ol sacerdotal intcrfcr-
terence iu the schools nud at the
booths. Heneelorth our cry muit be
in Canada: 'One Hag, one nation, one
language, one public school system
Irom ocean to ocean.'
11 At the last Grand Lodge nieeliitg
Bro. Edward Adair of Hevelstoke was
recommended to Ihe .Moit Worthy
Grand Ixalge of British America ns
organizer Iur out province. It is only
quite recently thai Bro. Adair received
llis credentials frum the executive ol
the M. W. Grand Lodge sn that during
the put year no etl'eclive work in this
direction lias la-en undertaken. This
is the more to I e regretted since we
have Iott thereby a quite unusual
opportunity lor appeal to our lellow-
Prutestants to unite in our noble and
just cause."
MAiESTIC MINE
An important, move has been made
iu Nclton locking to mining activity
in tlie Lardenu district. A syndicate
oi Nelson man hat been formed to
develop the Majestic mine. While
most ol the capital'will be lound
locally, Oregon and Western Washington people will also be interested.
The Mtjeitic is Iwtween theSiln-r Cup
tnd Cromwtll mines, uu Silver Cup
mountain, across the divide from tlie
Eva. It was prospected and partly
developed many years ago and has
lain idle since, waiting lor capital
There il good ore lacked at the mine
that may be shipped at any time
The ore it mainly tilvei -lead ot high
grade, tnd it alsi> carries good values
ill gold. It is understood to lie the
intention of tbe members ul '• the new
syndic-tin to organize a company ts>
toon as possible and la) rtudy to begin
active development early in the
spring. The move it certain to prove
a great stimlus to mining In the bar
dean where already many claim owners
tre proceeding with development under diHi<!ultioi.-*N»wi,
POLITICAL.
-
|,'. rm A ol the Land Registry Act
is altered try an amendment just
P issed.
The Chief Commissioner bus introduced a bill to amend the 1.uld Surveyors' Act.
A provincial election is expected nt
an early date, and organisation work is
now proceeding.
The Conservatives of Victorii hn.v.o
lecided on putting lip a candidate to
oppose the election of Ijenatur Ti'tti-
plemnn for Victoria. A Socialist candidate miiiied Maroon is also in the
Held.
Over at Lethbridge the Liberal Assn-
cintiuii has pronounced io an emphatic manner, in favor of the I'rnvineiil
Government demanding a mobey de-
luisit Irom every company seeking a
railroad charter and compelling the
company also tn guarantee tn construct
tbe road within n certain time, failure lu carry out this provision would
result, in the money being forfeited,
On the motion of Mr. Davidson,
sec,Hided by Mr. Taylor, it was rc.-ulv-
o.l,—That tin Order uf the liutise he
granted for a Heluru showing the
iiuinherof timber lenses and licences
granted dining the years 11)08, HUM
and 1900, covering limits iu that section of the Province known as the Hig
Bend, lying north of the town of Kevelstoke, with the names ol holders
the date of issue, tbe number of acres
held in each case, the amount of fees
mid bonus paid for each lease or licence
during thu three years in question.
RAIL AND STEAMER.
The C. P. R. will place a double
passenger train service un the main
line between Montreal and Calgary,
beginning .March 4, nnd two daily
trains between Calgary and Ednioniou
with through sleepers, at the same
time.
The C. P. It. contemplate changing
tbe name of thc " Imperial Limited "
when the double service is inaugurated
this year, to "Empress." With two
tra us, one in the morning and thc
other in the evening, running over
tbe s.imc ro itc on the same time
schedule, ne:tlipr bell g faster nor
slower than the other, it is felt to be
something of n misnomer that one
should curry with it the designation
of limited, especially as it has nothing
to limit it in any way as compared
with the other.
Pleases every smoker—the
Vuelta."
Mn:ci
NOTICK
XT OTICE Is hereby t-'ivon thai. So day-altar
L> 'late, I itiioiul in tipply tci il '• Hmi'irable
the Chief Cciinmi-ioiii'r .if Lund-: utll| Works
r.ira special license to ctil and carry wway tlm
hur from the foliWim.' do-.unlaid Inndf:
Ni.i. ('ommonclns at a post planted on llio
irthslde of Smith frank, about seven miles
frciio I'alli-tT Itiver, thence east 80 chains,
llii'iicn mirth mi chain-, nieuce we«t80 chains
thotlCO -nnth  SO chain- In placo of ■COtninOHCO"
moot,
Eooatod tho 1st ilny of .January, WOtl.
'ilf WALTER NIXON.
No. li.   Cuiiiiiiciiciiit! at a posl nlunted on the
wc-t siilonf Smith Crook, nbonl ten miles from
Palllser River, il co mirth It)chains, thence
wosfrJOchnins, thence  th in chains, thonco
i4 8n chain- lo place of cmi,mon«niintit(
Locnted thel-tday of Jauuanjj lOOO.
Ut WALTEK NIXON.
No, -I,  Commi'ticim: at a po-fi planted on Ihe
wesl side of Smith creek nlxiui tehmllel from
illli-cr Ulvor, tl CO lo chain- we-1. tllOllCO Ml
lains south, thenco lo chain-* onst, thonco 80
lain- mirth to placoof cominoucomeut-
Loootodlho lal day of January. 1900,
Ut WALTER NIXON
No, 4.  CommoncliiBata post plnntod on tlio
WOSt lniil.nl  Smith Creak, al (  llio Ilos
from I'nlli-er Rlvor, thonco Hi chain- we-l.
Liionco Pin chain- nontli, thonco40 chains onst,
Ihenco 1(10 ohains north to place or coimnoiico-
i omit.
Locatod tho Hhdnj nf January, IWW,
2lf WALTHH NJXON'
No. 5. Cominoiiciiitf nl n i>o-t planted on tho
oast bank of Smith Creel.-, ilboii, eight miles
from Palllser Ilivor, thonco so chains oast,
thonco UO chain- north, thonco 80 chains wost,
thonco SO chain- -mith to placo ol coimnouoO'
cut.
Located llio -ll ll day or January, limfl.
Ul WALTER NIXON.
No. fl.  Comhioncln'gdi a posl planted on tho
oast1 hank of  Pnlllfior  Itivnr nlmiil sis miles
frum tho mouth nnd nl.uut two hiIum fr lho
river, thenco smith HI chain-, Llionni ojtsl 100
hains, thenco norlli I0,ehuiii8. thoncc wostllKI
cliiiiuis to placo of coiiimciiccmeiil.
Locatod tho lith day id Jaiilinry, ilHki.
- JOHN NIXON
2-if Por Waller Nixon, Agent.
No, 7.   Coin motto! ntt at a posl planted on the
oast side of Pallisor Itivnr. about six miles
from tho month and two miles from the river,
tlionco north 40 chains, thonco oast 160 chains,
thimce south 10 chains, thenco wost UK) clmins
to placo of commencement.
Located tho 0th day of January, 1900.
JOHN NIXON.
Ut Per Wnltor Nixon, Agent.
No. 8. Commencing ut a post planted on tho
.Hsttiauk of Pallisor .River, about six1 miles'
from tlio mouth, thonco south 111 chains, thonco
__jfc 100 chains, ihence north (0 chains, thenco
west 160 chains to placo of commencement.
Locatod the 6th day of January, 1000.
JOHN NIXON,
Ut Per Walter Nixon. Agent,
No. 9.   Commencing ata post plnntod on tho
wost tymk of PallUer river, about six milos
from the mouth, thonco 10 chains west, thonco
SU clmins south, thonco 10 chains oust, thenco SO
clmins north to placo of cnmmencomet.J      . .
Locatod tho 6th day|of January, 1000. *   £1
JOHN NIXON,      ,ufl
:!4f Per Waltor Nixon, Agent.
I
W.  J.   UCHTBURNE, Manager.
NEWLY B0ILT AND F0RNISHED
STRICLY FIRST-CLASS
THE BAR IS SUPPLIED
WITH BEST BRANDS
WINES, LIQUORS AND CICAR8
ARROWHEAD, - B. C.
ASK YOUR  DEALER FOR
"KURTZ'S PIONEERS"
••KURTZ'S OWN"
"SPANISH BLOSSOMS"
UNION    MADE   CIQARS
MANUFACTURED   DY
Kurtz's Pioneer Cigar Factory
UK, Cordova St., W.
VANCOUVER, -   -   B. C,
NOTICE
REQI8THRED TRADE MARK
"Buck Brand"
Overalls
Within the Reach of All
If yiiin- denier docs tint entry thorn
take uii silbslilule, bill clicliiscliil
ill till envelope, ,-tildi-e*sed to   Ih,
iiiaki'i-N, for n saniplo pall', staling
whether;('ou wish |uiot, bib or plain
nvei-iills, the shade and  size, nnd
whether ynu prefer swell or slrnighl
IllllllltllS   ,..,.,.,.
Yuu will leecivn the blggosl  $1
value In iiveritlls you ever saw i
I't'lut'it niail  .   . till 111411 TO-I1A
Don'l be null,'ill Iill ynu try Ihei
,01
|Wm- J. Mc/Ylaster & Sons
LTD,
MANUFACTURERS
VANCOUVER,     B.    C
r
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt thirty
days after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and works, for a
(special license to cut and curry away timber
from tho following described lands: -
1. Commencing at a post planted about ono
mile on northoriy side of Rock Crook and about
two miles from wost bank of Columbia river
and marked 'C. F. Liudmark's cornor post,"
thonco west 100 chains, thonco north ID chains,
theuce east 160chains, thenco south 4D chains to
point of commeucotuuut.
' Dated 10th day of February, 1906.
2. Commcnc intuit a post planted about one
..jilc from east bank of Columbia river, south
from Rocky Point nnd marked "C. F. Lind-
 rk's corner post," thence oast  HI chains,
thenoo south 160 ohains, theuce west 10 chains,
ihenco north 160 chains to point of commencement.
3. Commonciuu at a post planted about ono
mile and a half from the oast bank of Columbia
river, south from Rocky Point and marked
"C. F. Liudmark's comer post," thence oust 40
chains, thonco south 160 chains, thonco west 40
chains, thonco north 160 chains to puiut of commencement,
Dated 12th day of February. 1900.
4. Commencing nt "C. F. Litulmark's cornor
post," planted ono milo and half from wost
Bank of Columbia river, below IN-milo rapids,
thenco wo-t ju chains, tnence north 80 chinos,
theticenast 80 chains, thonco smith 8U clmins to
point of commencement.
Dated 13th February. IPOJ,      '
."i. Commenolng at a post marked "C. I-
Liudmark's corner post,' and planted half a
mile from south bank of Big Eddy Creek,
about two miles and a quarter from Columbia
river, theuce setith so clmins, thenoe wost SO
chains, thenco north S" chain.-, Ihomje nasi So
clmins to point of commoueeraOnt.
ii. Commetict|iK at a post markod "C. F.
•bindmark's corner post." planted cm the south
bank of Big Eddy Creek, ubout two mik- and a
half from Columbia river, thenco south 40
chains, theoce west i,;" chains, thonco north 10
chains, thenco en 4 160 chaius to, point of com*
inducement.
7. Co one ing ai a  itost marked "C. V.
Lindmark'- corner wist," idanted about toil
ohains frum tho south bant ot Big Eddy Creek,
about half a mile from Uolutuhiu rivet, thonco
tn chain.- south, theuce IDOchnlhsWe'st, thonco
111 chains north, thenco PW chains on-t to |»int
ofcommoucemont.
Dated this 15th day of February, l'JOd.
8, Commencing at a jmst markod "C. F.
Lindiourk's cornor post" planted two milos
from east bank or Columbia rivor, ninth Irom
Rocky Point, theuce running oast 40 chains,
tlience south 160 chain-, theuco west H) chains,
thenco north ino chain- Ui point of commence-
ment.
DaliHl l^thdayofFohmary, P.H.i.
,,^21 CHAKLKS F. LINDMARK,
McKenzie
and
Martin
THE   GROCERS
Dealers in FRUITS
OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON
(M UtuJieJ Jni c$fd- !
M' asAiHntuKiv iS /wed nu- fk-ro-u/fJi/ fterns- a' Ji&t(C
dmid iW-ftt-   o-f afktsiit/Juti/i, tr{csiil<sn//   srur?
ctuh-
T'
ii. one/
f&4s.
f
/f-umf
Mm //-
REOI'ENKD
REMODKLBD
Union ftotel Restaurant
Mrs. McKitrick, Manageress.
Open ;tl nil hours. Sltorl Orders tastefully served,
Meal Tickets Issued. Rates Moderate
GET YOUR EYES EXAMINED FREE
A large; variety
of Glasses always
kepi in stock here
Try a pail* on
—we guarantee a
perfdcl lit.
II* you require
anything in Jewelry
ii is here for you.
A complete stock
of llie righl class
of goods.
J. GUY BARBER,   - Jeweller, Optician
LOANS NOTARIES »
HAVE
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITV
INSURANCE COMOX COAL
Scott & Potts sr
Everything a gentleman wants in the line of tailoring.
Our stuck is new and up-to-date.
Pressing and cleaning promptly attended to.
First Street, Opposite Union Hotel, Revelstoke.
#######*! 0) W9 9 "H ^M $9
I
i      The Leading Merchant Tailors
9 Don'i order a Suit bepause ii is cheap. Order it
9 because it will be becoming, fashionable, durable and
T comfortable.   The best is the cheapest,   We make the
$" best.   In making a Suit we give advice when wanted and
we accept advice when a customer desires to give it.
S        Every now and then, you are confronted with the
question, " Who's YourTailor"—Cresssman & Morrison,
4+ of course.
Cressman & Morrison
li^tl^M'l"!1 't"t' 9 9 "t"!1 <& 0) ^ 9 9 9 9 9 't"t"!
( P. BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED. '■
HEAD OFFICE: i'ii.,.iiiv. Ai.iiiiit.i.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
l',,rk Packora anil Dealers in Llru Stock.   Markets in nil llie principal Cities anil
lmnis„( AllmrU. Brltlili Columbia ami tlie Yukon.  Packers of the Celebrated llraml
\   - liii|i,-nt„r" Iiniii* nml llaeoii, ami Sbamrock Bnunl, Leal Uinl. a
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, -KBlSSs® -ZlnC-cTCrll/IGj/i^ \A
ANCOUVER.D.C.
^a   ncFlNlnulU. jk
jt*rV&\ Cumited) ^^tTV
2 Pounds of extra fine Sugar Diamonds
Made solely From Cane Su$ar.
Refined to Absolute Purity.
Vancouver, British Columbia.
it's iiinilc from pure Cane Sugar, crysittlised lo resemble Hock
Citmly, ami domes in grains that sparkle like uhctit diamonds, It'i
concentrated sweetness is tin attractive and convenient form.
Sold in 2-lb sealed packages only. Ask your Grocer
Ask for nnd insisl on get-
ling Maple benl Rubbers—-
lliore are no ollieis just us
good.
The linos mailc for ilttrii-
biliiy possenH n remarkable
degree of style, while tbe
etvlisli lines areverydurable
Buy
Maple Leaf
Rubbers
'GRIFFON KNIVES"
Made of "f,rif,..n Ita/or Steel. They
hold an t*t\$e longer ihan any kitlfo
ni.uli'. Full wfprUnanti  All -styles,
Lawrence Hardware Co.
I.in,Hid
REVBL8TOKE 11. ('.
You cnniiot make a mistake
in buying Rubbers if llie
emblem of the Dominion is
branded on them—you mny
if il is not,
J. Leckie Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Sellini? Agents for the West.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
BEVELTSOKE, B. O.
HOTEL VICTORIA
(Under   New   Management-
ROGT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop.,    REVELSTOKE,   B.   C.
Kir-t-clii- accommodation for traveller.-.
Ilc.-i  brands   of   Wine*,   Spirits,   and
Cigar.*.
RATES   $1   AND   $150   PER   DAY
FREE   BUS   MEETS   ALL   TRAINS
Central Hotel
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A.JSm
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.   PROPRIETORS.
Newly built,    First-class in every respect.   All modern conveniences
Large r*iilil|ile llooins.
Rates $1.50 per Day, Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Tl'OUt Lake, under same   management
ORIENTAL HOTELS
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords, Host Wines, Liquors and
Cigars,   Rates $i a day,   Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT     BTOHSTE,    PEOP.
Queens ftotel
:comaplix;
Bcstjbrands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.    I'ravcllcrsjto
Fish Creek will lind excellent accommodation at this
I lotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG,
Proprietor
CITY LIVERY STABLES
Do You r<!Ceivo yow ,Ma"'"
uu ,uu Herald regularly
and "on time?" If not, kindly
notify the olilco at once, either
'Phone 13 or by postal.
The Maii.-Hkimiji will be delivered
to any part of tho city, or niuiled lo
any nddrtsH within tlm postal union
for $2,60 per annum, payable in ail-
Vtnce. 'J lie clubbing iirraiigeiiienl.s
with other papen will remain in force
for those who prefer to lmvo their
subscriptions that way.
I lack Service to any part of the City at all
hours. Kif,rs equipped for Sleighing Parties.
First class Single and double Rigs. Express
draying and Transferring. Saddle and Pack
horses for hire. All kinds of job work undertaken.    Wood for sale.
Stable and  Residence   Ppone 41
Hack Stand "     27
CHAS.   W.   TURNROSS,
Prop. THE MA It.-HERALD, REVELSTOKE. B.C.
fe. ,\%,■■!■:-. $k, jJAfc -,%M..% mV,(, ,vU(/ s% n% ,*lk -^ -,% -iW -Mk, ^Vfc -W ^*fc j^fc -,% A«fc #4^
S OUR NEW SPRING GOODS
Arriving Every Day.   Bought Before the
Advance in Price.   Look for Low Prices.
NEW MUSLINS, NEW WHITE GOODS
NEW DUCKS ILWfiMi NEW PRINTS
IN COLllllKli iv'
I'LAIN  WHITE
\|.\V tllXIIIIAMS, SIIEETINIl, TOWELS, TAIil.K I.IM-IN
NO TWO ALIKE TWENTY l-IVE NKW SILK BLOUSES
AMI NAPKINS,
NO TWO ALIKE
SHOE DEPARTMENT  30 Cases of New Shoes Put in Stock This Week.
AGENTS  I'OH   llll   WALK-OVEH  SHOES.   ONE OE THE  HUNT  AMEHIl'-AN MAKES.
<*Rfiid (& Young.
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# For Stock-Taking Sale
ew days .Books, Perfumes,
thousand other things
We are selling for a
Photo 1'"rallies. Vases and a
FOR JUST HALF PRICE
ONT MISS THIS CHANCE
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Local and General.
.1. Tellrr hat iiitrcliasi'il lliercsiili nee
on McKenzie Avenue belonging I"
the Dun Robinson estate.
T. A, Lewis lias had his iinil')' herd
examined and bus shown n* n certili-
c-uii- that Ihey are (ree from nny form
; tula teutons disease,
F. T. Al-i-y ia  in,,ring  In,in  Trout
I aki to Camborne where be will open
a drug store nnd run Ihe Criterion
hotel, v. 1,1-n- In- lms installed electric
light,
The | pie ol Salmon Ann wish tu
co-operate with Kevelstoke in distril
tiling troul ova nnd introducing wild
rice into the -lough*, lakes nnd rivers
to attract to these leathered game,
A meeting is convened at the City
Hull for Friday, March '2nd. lo organize a fish nml game club to stock tlie
streams ol the district with trout fry,
protect game, and arrange for planting rivers and sloughs with wild rice
Aid. Tapping proposes to arrange a
public address and reception to l't-ince
Arthur of Connaught as be pusses
through Kevelstokeon his way through
Canada, going to England from Japan,
where he las met with a great reception.
At the Police Court on Thursday,
before K. Gordon, P. M. "Caisiar" waa
charged with stealing txils from C.
Leonard's cabin across the river. Alter
evidence wa* taken tlie case was remanded till Monday for judgment on
hearing another caSe connected there-
with.
With reference to thc appointment
ul Mr. Gordon as Police Magistrate,
the Mayor requests us tu say the
appointment carries with u no civic
salary as tormerly, tbe remuneration
merely consisting in the fee- the same
as received by J istii i - -i the Peace lor
CD ..-.-'.erial work.
The Dramatic Club intend repeating the performance "Colleen Bawn",
which they formerly put ot the stage
with so much success nnd lor which
lucb excellent scenery was provided
: j T. Dunne. Tin • i terttinment
will be given m Mart li 23rd a.- a
, mplimentar) l«ni I : to Mr. .,ml
Mr. I. Dunne who have il ,111 -
much lor the advancement ol tl -
ring tl •-.- .- sidi ni • in Rt-velstnk -.
II -.. Colin II. Campbell    tiniiU-r
ttiuii    ,1   SI utiUitit '      at
■ ntial   li ptitati m   il em,   j
,1. Tin -iv is putting in nn electric
lighl plant al lln' Evn mine
Tin- lake service between Arrowhead
nnd Itobson will l„- rosunieil  \lii> Id,
Tlm Piper will now mil) innku "nihil, a day, except Sundiiy, In I ween
Ari'i'ivbi'iiil. O.itiiiipiin iintl Healnn.
Tin- bunks will collect and expoit
American silver un behalf of llm
I'u inini-, n gnveriiiiicnl afler Mnrcli
1st,
Senator Tompluiiian atiiiounees lho
Diiiiiiiiinn government will create n
piirtfoliu ol mines,,( which he will bo
head.
Ilev. P. Ahiiigrcw wns driving alung
tho trail al U'i'itiskiwiii Irom preach-
ing ul n coiiiily appointment, when
siiine choppers foiled a tree jusl n* lull rove hy. Tbe Irco struck him nnd
killed him instantly,
Social and Personal
Mrs. Elton entertained at a luncheon this afternoon.
Mrs. Temple is on a visit to Revelstoke, the guest of Mrs, Holten.
W. A.Galliher, M.P.. passed through
Kevelstoke Weduesday on bis way t»
Victoria.
The Hospital Guild meeting will be
held in the City Hall on Tuesday alter-
noon at H o'clock.
The bachelors will give n complimentary dance to Mrs Risteen at the
Si-lkirk'lliill nn Monday.
Mrs. .1. M. Scott gavo n luncheon
yesterday afternoon in honor ol .Mrs
Mundy ninl Mrs. Risteen,
The Province records the marriage
at Vancouver ol Robert Telford, ol
Central Park, nnd Mils E. Grant ol
Kevelstoke.
Then- bus never been such nu en
joyable winter's skating in ll ivi Istoke
as this season, Last S iturday evening
Mrs. Phipps gave n most enjoyable
skating party, hollowed by n dance
Mrs. A, Y. Anderson entertained at
a whist party, followed by a danoe on
Wednesdu) al In i residenci   M ic-
kenzie Avenue      Mrs.   Holten   won
first prize und Mi-   McCarti i   lei  n:
lor  ladies,  i-r  gentl n,   W    M.
Iiiivrenee won llrsl  and   1'.   E   Sine
••    nd
Mrs U   M  I.,.i ence, rtained al
rtj la-' evening Miss Mc
,, a,„i „!;„,. . Kinnon - n Iini md Mn Ul n«
:- - hi would initiate i lyitci ol •"""■'' I
imp I ii..--- : ilira icli oli.lii
itationt, lumliering nnd minh . i pi
When Mi Cornell edil ■ 11 Col
i-i. waa provincitl librtriai al Victoria
he introduced a siniilai  plan   loi
Brilisli Ci : iiiiIiIh campi and it sin uld ,,( Connaught, who ii now in lapanon
iled   : '   , largei exteiil
Business Locals.
organ   at    llowson
uu n I-  K Sine won lb il and  I-   Mc-
i, u in -,, .,.      I ior?  ■■ -.,■     twei
|u and lit) | il and  a dance   was
In '-I afterwards
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A Perfect Tasteless Compound of
Cod Liver Oil, Malt
& Hypophosphites
For-COUGHS,
COLDS      WASTING DISEASES
pecial mission will reach Vnn,
,i i j -|.,-, ui I">.it al 'J p m - n  Hal n
day, March 'll and will leave lor the
easl next i g at 6 o'clock by the
Canadian Pacific Railwaj The
Prince mil stop ovet at various points
in tlm Rockies, including Glacier nnd
I'.m'l, before paying a brief visit to
Calgary,
Second-hand
—cheap,
Wampolo's Cud Liver Oil (tasteless)
sold at the Canada Drug Store.
Hig crowds are having their luces
tnken nt the new stump studio,
See our stuck of new Spring gondii
just opened, Host lit nnd quality
assured.   Oi'cssiiinii & Morrison,
Knight A Dovlne are now ready lor
the season's trade, having pupeied and
painted the interior of their shop,
making a inure brilliant display ol
llieir splendid spring stock.
View bonks ol Ihe mountain scenery
—always the newest at the Canada
lirng Store.
See Howsou's furniture aiore for
bargains in mid pieces nl furniture and
carpal remnants,
liy,ni wnnl real good unto paper
and envi-lnpes, tn, to the Canada Drug
Stoic.   Tbi'v sell it.
Missis Cressman A- Morrison nre
opening up their slock ol Spring
goods nnd expect their slock of semi-
r ly iu next week.
Music Hooks, Song polios, Musical
1 nsti iimiints nnd Fittings lor them, all
sold at the Canada Drug Store,]
Get discounts on liirniture at Howsou's sale.
Anything you mny require fur
gramophones you can always gel, at
the ('.Hindu Drug Store.
Spring, the season when nature puts
on ils new dress. Let ynlir distant
[rienda see what you look liko in your
lovely photos at Truenian's Studio.
Have you worn a suit of the famous
('owes' Serge. II not give one a trial.
Knight A- Devine have secured the
rights ol handling this line nnd will
be pleased to show you the goods at
any time,
New Wall Paper*. We hnve just
opened up n big shipment ol all the
newest designs. You enn net any
color mid any price paper you require,
-,- -, ur aamples baton  you buy.
The Canada Drug & Book Co.
Howson's stock-taking furniture &
carpel sale is a leader.
We have ■ -j,.*uerl up a new Hue oi
excellent tooth brutbe', only 25c each.
Throw away that old one of yours and
get a new one at the Canada Drug
Store.
.1 I' McLennan bat closed the deal
for the purchtte ol the stock in the
.ii ite  ' thi a  E   ',- irge Company
and is going t,, Vanco        •■■    , iio
■- - to replenish the store, when
■  - pen the store with  i o .,,-
p ■ •• --■ cl
-,-• irrived i big supply ol Inter
national si - ind p mltry lood, e ,n-
den etc, This isoni ilu
ver • -: makes, tnd although it coil
in - -i other maki - it ■■■
worth the difference Bold al llie
Canad, Drue Store.
DIRTY SIDEWALKS
Revelstoke's Minister of Public
Works in a Quandary.
Thero were some angry citizens on
Wednesday who had to plough along
the sidewalks buried in deep snow nnd
slush, and it was generally expected
an effort would be made to clear the
wnlkB by having the snow-plough out.
Aid. Tapping, as Chairman ol the
Winks Committee, came in particularly (or severe censure, and he in turn
blamed the Mayor, whom he asked to
order out the plough, but who, he
says told him tbe plough was not to
be tnken out, to clear slush as he contended it would lo no good. The
Mayor further told him the plough
was lu be taken out only under orders
Irom the Chief ol Police.
Si'vei.,1 citizen, pointed out to Aid.
Tapping that lornier chairmen ol the
works committee had attended to this
work when rtquired, Ho intend
bringing it up in council and having
an iindeistiitiding us to his position in
such matters, ns ho suys he won't
stand being a figure-head when he
holds one of the most important ltd
niiiiistriitive piisitiuns in the city us
chairman of the works oominitteo,
The plough was taken out Wednesday morning and the sidewalks were
in greatly improved conditions as the
result.
KAMLOOPS PRESBYTERY
4 IMftstssftstlAsVssis\sssNssss1sssslsVssis\s\isi^^ 0%
STILL OVERSTOCKED   j
The Largest and Finest Stock of Men's and  Boys' ^
Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes, etc., to be
Slaughtered, Commencing
Thursday, Feb. 22nd i
DEATH OF G. E. MANUEL
An Old Donald Resident Passes
Away.
The de tth cc red a ad - |,
Vancouver ol i leorge K Mamie aged
lilty-onc, nt in- • - di - ci ; - eigh
itreel The decean l id *en t resile ■ . i-i lor the pati ii
year- formerly he wai in the inter
..in-,- business, bul , itoly h i I ad ,
potb i- the Cuttomi -tail'
li,ceased wts well known at Donald,
whoro ho wns in business in partner-
hip -   h C Rattan, as gen,-ml mer-
lants. Mr, Manuel waa a member
ol the Masonic fraternity ho navi it
widow, ton and daughter to mourn
hi- death,
M to Drug (o-
The annual meeting of Kamloops
Presbytery convened in the Presbyterian church, Vernon, B. C, on
Tuesday ol this week at 2.80 o'chek
There were present, Revs. W.A. Wyllie,
Kamloops; D, Campbell, Armstrong;
,1. R. Robertson Revelstoke; A. W.
tlei'dinilli, Keliiwiur, W. L. Mcltae,
Golden; J. U. Duncan, Salmon Ann;
T. (I. Miller, Monte Creek; C. W.
Whyte, Peiichlund; C C. Whiting,
Peiitietnii; W. .1. Allan, Clinton; R. G.
Vans, Vernon; and Dr. Herdman,
superintendent ol Missions
Rev. T. 0, Miller was elected nnd-
erator.
A number ol b .creating and important matters claimed the careful
attention of the Presbytery
The Home Mission report was
presented hy Rev. I), Campbell, convener, Two new fields ire to be opened
In the Cariboo country, one ut Hill
Mile House ami the other iu the
Buckley valley Mr. llegh, who is
laboring among the Scandinavians in
Calgary Presbytery, was present audi
reported ti good many Scandinavians
nt several points along the C. P.K.I
where missionary work ought to be
curried on, and it was decided to ask
Mr. llegh to undertake this work in
addition to his work iu Calgary Presbytery.
Dr. Herdman drew special attention
to the great lack ol support, for Home
Missions within the Synod and some
startling facts were brought to light.
The matter was seriously taken up
and a definite plan adopted by which,
it is hoped, that the congregations
within the Presbytery will at least
double their support for the coming
year.
A new congregation of Summerland
and Penticton hns sprung into the full
life oi a sell sustaining charge, and
has unanimously called Rev. Jus.
Hood, of Carlyle, Man. Arrangements
were made for his induction early in
the spring.
A communication from Ediiinn'oii
Presbytery was received calling the
attention of ministers and congregations to the importance ii "titing tilt
standard ol national righteousness.
This was approved and further urged
that there must be no lowering ol lho
Christian standard ol public and
private morality.
Tbe Sunday School report presented
by Rev. TO. Miller, couvener, was
quite encouraging, showing gams in
many retpectt, nearly ill the iclmolt
have joined in tlie plan i f contributing amonthly offering '.'.wards the
support ■ I a Mission Field within the
Presbytery, and the North Thornton
Held was set apart [or this purpose.
Three overtures were * - it up to the
General Ijtsembly and those were
diicuiltd with much interest. Ono
wai presented by Rev, D. Campbell,
requesting tbe General Assembly to
establish an Institution lor theological
training within the province o! B. C.
I A second wn* pretested asking the
1,,-neral A»n-uti,!y touivi le the present
-yi,,,,I uii-i two Synods 'be one to l«3
I the Synod of  British  Columbia  and
the other >!„■ By I ol An.rta
A third overture was presented by
Rev, I ll Robertson i questb g the
\--, ni, ,y lo instruct tl-..- Home Minion   Co  mittee to  make  quarterly
payments to tbe mini -ri, '      i ad
■ - mi tnnual as at pru ut,    '
wen all |,»«seil iinmiiti. ly bj the
PretbyU
im vVednttday nigh* a public meeting wa- ln-ld when a goodly number
,,[ the Vernon congregation were
present Rev C, V, Whyte read l
very interesting and instructive paper
on the Religions Life in tbe Homi."
This waa Inllowed by two very helpful
address,-* by Revi C C -Vhlting nnd
W, I Allen. At the < -<• of thil
public meeting the Itdies i Vernon
congregation held n recaption ior the
members ,,[ the Presbytery, ■■ hich was
much enjoyed
The   Presbytery closed it* work on
Thursday morning and adjourned to
meet in Knox church, Revelstoke, at
the next regular semi annual meeting
It
Our Inventory shows our stock' iiiiadilargtir I ban we wish.   We must sell a large part ol
during the next week.   If cutting prices is going to do it, it will be done.
We are going to forget about profits uiul only roincntlbtr that wo need money and lhat tlie
gooods must lie sold.
READ THESE  PRICES AND THINK HARD 1
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Men's Fine Tweed, Worsted nud
Away they go at $K 86 per Sub,
Ser e Suits
All Sizes!
Regular Price ranged Irom Ifl I ,|i
All New !!   AllSivlish !!!
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()[ iitir finest 118.0(1 and $20,110 Siiits-the
All sizes.   Take Ihem at $12 Sii n Suit,
best Work ol modern  nnd up In-dnle Tailors
S\ i/ou toant an Overcoat ft'^SW
it lor less lliaii we do.
ui v Clout Iu our stork.
Sale Price m.65.
Regular Price limn
$18 to $110.00	
Is entirely too large.   Here is our off -r.   Your eiiob-ii
Intent and nobbiest styles in Men's 11 mil and S id Fell
All sizes.   Fit yourself ,tur $1.45,
Our fiat Stock
from $2.75 In $1,(HI,
fiundreas of Caps n,(. «„,,„i $i r,u cup-,,.,, *,.!,.«in.-. .-a< i,
Underwear
nud were good value
fhnoc AT l,l':s8 'lllAN (;osT ! Tl,,! 'H>l't !"'l*'ct,'(l st'"'li nf *s|""'" h) lho City,
JlWSS Leather, good lifting, good Wearing Shoes that sold ut $2.75, Now $1,85,
slaughtered at $l.05-$l.85-$2.Oil,
Regular $5, $il, a
n[ 250 ol the
Hals thnt sold
ol Price,   See
An eiioriiioiis slock ol Underwear to cliiir iint. We offer vou u choice •( s-v-
onil lines ut $l'.:lfi, $1.-15. $1 till mid $1.75. These lines s ild Irom $2.00 lo $8.00
then.
Men's Sulnl
Other lines
An immense lot ol our Einesl Shoes in broken lines and sizes,
cry pair must, he sold nt $1100.
Jhirts
nidi mndo g
IN THOUSANDS, Enough Shirls m ever the luck* of every man/hi
During tbe Sale Ihey Will be rushed mil at 15.'., li.'u:, Ml uml upwards.
•ill-,. •' 'l
I .1! 511 I ties.
lll'Vi Istnke.
All reliilile
Sucks, Gloves, llai.liken
prices.   S'0 llie piles of bill's
, Ne'kiw'ar, Trio
oil djtl'it-iiiiut,a*:
Valises pin , nil
in i,ill' iviti'lovis
going ill  ridicnloiisly low
bargains for the
ur boy along und see Ihe
Hi ui
Suit*. SI.ills, Sh- es, eic„nl price
biicbelors sorry llutl they lavei
I'i s wo offer yon for him,
i Ihui will  m
'i a h ,y it,
, old
out.
Everything in Our Store included,III this Grout Cleiirance Sale
J. G. MACDONALD j
'ummmmmtimmmmuimmmd
CHURCHES.
Kxox—J. K. Robertson, B. A.,
pastor. Usual services at 11 a.m. and
7.30 p.m.. Morning subject: "Jesus'B
Verily, Verily, to Nicodcmus." Evening subject: "Guilty, but not Con.
demned." Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
and prayer meeting on Wednesday
night at 8 o'clock,
Methodist—rThe Rev. Mr. Hange,
Scandinavian minister from Vancouver, has been conducting services
in the Methodist church throughout
this week. These services have l>ecn
woll attended and have already proven
of in tch good to those attending. Mr
llange is a very pleasing and effective
speaker.
Sunday will lie a special day in thc
MethodiBt church. At 11 a.m Rev.
.1. P. Bowell, Bursar of Columbia
College nt New Westminster, will
preach At 230 p. m, Sunday school
and Rible class.
A Scandinavian service will be held
at 1 p.m., when the Rev. Mr. Hange
wiil preach, and a special united service will he held at 7.30, when short
addresses will he made by tlie Revs,
Howell in English and Hange in
Scandinavian,
Mr. Hange will continue the services
in the church during next wcok.
Itev. Mr. and Mrs Sutherland have
gone to Trout Lake City, where Mr.
Sutherland preaches the sermons at
the Educational tervicci.
St. Asdkew'b—Sunday, Feb. 25th,
1906. II a.in. "The Pence ol the. Soul."
7.30 p.m. "The Alternative.
ARROWHEAD
Kronroiir own iiorrosponilent.
IBS rJafrVin is the guest of Mrs.
NAKUSP.
Liftthurl
Mr. and Mrs. A. Crawford, ol Trout
Lake,'"visTfcd Arrowhead this week.
T. Ludgate made a business trip to
Kevelstoke on Thursday.
H. B. Gilmour, of the Wtterous
Engine Walks Company, ii in town.
The. bowling alley is still attracting
large crowds, Thc closest match yet
played was that on Wednesday evening between tho C.P.R. and B B.L. Co.
employees, the former winning the
last, of li ve games by only six points.
Miss Bull received tho lirst prize, a
gold locket, while Mist Kirk got much
coiiso|ation out ol her prize, namely a
pipe/ "
Tho congregation of All Saints'
church havo arranged to give their
entertainment on March 2nd, instead
ol March 17th ai formerly decided,
The Whist Club tpent a vary pleat-
ant evening this week at the home of
Mrs P...!. Bahgs.
FISH AND GAME CLUB.II
1 hereby convene a misting ol all luteresttd
Io stock log the streams with trout (ry, protection ul tame, -jlsntltur rlvirs and sloughs with
wild rice, etc,, to be] hold iu the City K  "
Friday, March 2ud, at 8 p.m,
Hy rwinest.
Hull, on
E. A. HAHOEN.
WANTED
POSITION in private family. Apply
at this Office.
}AOR SALlf-Lot on Second Street,
1   cleared and fenced.   Price $300,
Apply JUll^llKRAi.li olliee.
1.10R SALE—Second-hand safe, ap-
J*   ply at, this office.
Tbe  Ladles' Guild aro invited to
attend a meeting ol the Y. M. C. A.
Directors at the Y. M. C A  pnrlorsoii
Tuesday night at k o'olook,
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St. Eugene is at 70; Centre Star at
35.
Kriuii Our Own ( orre.pooilcet.
Don't forget the box social to lie
givon by the Woman's Auxiliary ol
St. Marks church on Tuesday evening,
Feb. 27.
W. A.Galliher, M.P., pi.ssed through
here on his way cast. Hig Bill appeals tu havo Inlly ree, ireq Inni his
recent illness.
A   number  Ir    town nl.liiitled a
latice given nt l.ovnt.'s hotel, Durton,
,,i, Thursday last, and all report a
pleasant time.
The Dramatic Club intend presenting, Syndey Uriiiidy's great comedy,
"Snowball," on March 17th.
p. VV. Jordan & Oo, are erecting "
verandah In Iront ol their premises,
which will greatly Improve it.
II. Mc.l.'-isl has returned Irom the
hospital.
The V. 0. L. Co. will retume operations very shortly. It will bo a
welcome sound to hear the buzz nl the
machinery again
T. Abriel left on a trip ol Inspection
to the Adventure mine,
,T1!RN)SILEI) ROOM tn
J ofllccof Mail-Herald,
thisofflcepr to It. Tapping.
let, over
Apply |nt.
SO x If
stoke
Hiiys a   t-ltiionied Cottage,
if litwlv hulli, woodshed and
kV j.ii Eighth Street.   Revel-
nauranco Agency Limited,
SECOND STREET Residence, conveniently situated for railway men,
Iwo-slorey dwelling of (I i-oonis. A
Snap $1,51)0, Revelstoke Insurance
Agqiiey, l,li||IU'd,
MODERN RESIDENCE on Corn*
of ,1th Sheet und (Mini Avenue, II
i-ooins. hi>i mul cold waterlintlisanil
olhei- ciiliyonlciioes: front room fin-
is|1«f i'u srliil* enamel, Handsome,
iii'ipnting nesidence, constructed of
Ibevi'iyliisl iniilei'iiils. $15110 will
bundle this exceptional opportunity,
Revelslnke liisiii-nnce Agencjt. Ltd,
Aiinuiu will piolei-t
III against any sickness
or i)cu|ugiiLiiii in-ill tu- whal your (iccu-
piirifinrrlaf lm. lli-velslnke Insuriiiice
Agency. Limited
filoWWj{i$! Secolid-hanil lldl Ot-
I' Ran, iu good condition, for $18.
Miiillllht.Mo-yiiients if desired.—REVELSTOK E INSURANCE AGENCY. I
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CRKTIFiOATK i)V IMPHOVtiHtfiNTHA
NOTICK. «
Ciiiiiiiletiir Mineral CIhIui,
Hituiitti lu tin' Arrow Lftku Muiiiii: Divisimi nf
Went Kdiittutivy DiHlrlut.   '
' Where lucatwl;-Nvur tlie Neuilk'ncm the Lower
Arrow Lakt.
'I'nke tintii'c! that 1, Ktmnetli L. Iturnet, iiniii
fur Annie Kdlilier fAilinitilmtrfitrlx fur Uiu estate
uf P. II. Kellihur ueceiweil), Bpeolnl Kree Miner's
''eitificatt' Nu. 627fi tiitmul, sixty iliiys from tht*
■late lierenf, to apply to the Mining Kernnler fur
ii CertiHeate nf Iinjiriireintiiitii, fnr thupuriioHuof
cihtafning a Crown <limit of the iiIhivo claim.
Ami finlliei take iicitk'H that aetlmi, iiihW Sec
lion 37, muni Ihj cuuiiK'iu'Cil twfore the issuanee
of such CcitiHriiti! uf Iin|irovumentri.
Dateil this Plftcentli day of Fehniary, lOTH.
KKNNK I'll I„ HUKNKT.
Saw Mill and Machinery For
Sale by Tender,
rpKN DKRH will In rocniveil by th« URiiVrit|ii.
J. oil no Ui ir,th March, ltKkl, fur the jiurebase
of - the shinnle and snw mill ttuililintts mut lua-
chinery nt Qwely ('r«k formerly owned, by
Frunlt Julian. %
- The macliiuery consists of Shlutfle Miichlne
(ItusPi, Boiler and Eiitfino (15 horse powerl,
Filing Machine and ('arriaife, nnd Saw With
connections. Flume and Water Wheel.
Dated 2tHh February, lfttW.
. W. H. PHATT,
Assignee.
Jas. I. Woodrow,
BUTOHER.
Rettil Dealer ln*^^gssss>
BEEF,  PORE,
MUTTON, Etc.
Fish and Game in Season.
All orders promptly (Hied.
REVELSTOKE, B. C,
Corner   Dougla
and Kinn street*
THE CITY EXPRESS
E.W. B.Pajiet.Prqp,
ProHipt delivery of parcels, baggage,
etc, to any part of the City,
Any Kind of Transferring
Undertaken.
TELEPHONE NO. 7,
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