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Array EASTER CARDS
ON DISPLAY
Bews' Drug Store
EASTER CARDS
OS DISPLYA
Bews Drug Store
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Vol. 12.   No. 63
REVELSTOKE. li. C. MAIil'll ill. 190(1
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LIMITED.
DEPARTMENT-STORE.
MILLINERY OPENING
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
Thursday, March 29
Ynii lire w,-l,-um,- and bring your friend*. Wn will have n ri-pi-e-
senlnliv,, show of all Ibe newest slyles iln- I'l'lneess Alice, Miccly
Mary Ami. ele-  Th,- coloring-.-., i'le„ are well worth while.
SEE   THE   WINDOWS
STREET CAR
j inspecting every ilop.ii'lnicnl unlil llie
vice piM-iileiii. .1  II. Lyons, called the
- Tnii/rrtA crowd into thegynnuisiiiin whore tho
STRIKERS '""":i1 •"'"i!r "" '""k ',l:"''''
The opening hymn was sung  I
I Rev, W. C. Cnllloi' read Psalm 101), nnd
Three Hundred Employees Quit;is,,,, c. u. m. suthori i uivored
Work Yesterday Morning- 'i'"m' ■'•" ■'*-v '"' "'" "■■■""
' °      ol tho bitildilig oi'iiiinillee.   The oiim
Wiiinipcggers Walk   Police ,,*,,,w| „,-,• „t win cost $ifl,uou,
Are Powerless.
Wissii'i -. Mnrcli !J0.—Tho iniiyiir
has Issued orders now calling oul lho
military tn pruteol tlio o(imp.iiiy in
tho sin-el ,-ni- strike,
Main ami Hudson avenues aro
strewn wilh ivreeked enrs Kympi-
llii/i-rs by ih,- hundreds swnrincd the
stii't i-. eul Ih'1 in lleys, nnil Dually
threw Ihe enrs oil the truck, Ten
arrests leive la-en li,.,,!,-. and lln- men
i line I ipl In "f7; none wore strikers,
Exciting i ni !• ire i'xp ■ 'ted tu-nighl
n* llm  I, wn ■   I .     e   -ii- ugly
ngiiins' ll ii| any.
Th it an!.*  o(   peopl    are   >n  the
I..UI--.II.
Wild iim, - in llie cily.    Four cms
were grnl I al Itiggius Street ui  10 -v" lll,s'
tin - in. $2,01111 i* sllll l" le raised,
"f'i.,'1111 in cash hns alreiuly been paid,
a tiii.ii- deluded repurl will hi published Inter, Mrs. W, Hews snug n
henniiful solo, which was much
appreciated, J. A, Uraliam, secretory
ol tho Van,-,,uver V.M.C A. was then
Introduced and gave a very strung and
inl 'resting address. Miss llarvin lurid-hud ll onipnny wiih ii delightful
pi iim lolo, R, M. Cook wns Ihen
inlrudnccd and stated ho wns glad lo
hi id, ntilied willi so promising an
eul irprise, which rollocted so much
cr, till on the generosity ol ihe rail
iv ill aiiil business men Ilo said il
Wil a spiel ditl indie.id,,ll of llieir
ambition for the well being and
lm ipinoss of the besl assets til Ihe
to vii nml eountrv—its l-oung men nnd
litis niiinung by spectators, and  ran
d  in nn incline inlu ihe itihway nnd
■ m,t-lied the ear*.    Tt n nrresls were
n nlo although police an puworl, -- in
■ e crowd.   Tin- wliolo city i* aiinised.
■-.ViNMi-i,.. March 81—Alter yester-
d y's rioting comparative calm
settled on Winnipeg thi* in,ruing.
N., ear- «-, re taken frum  lho  barm
nvever,   The military slepi on their
A Fancy Vest for You
We are shuwing an attractive army ol the celebrated "20T11
CENTURY IIRAND FANCY VESTS,
The Fancy Vest is a Stylish bit ol nppnrol, ol eoiiiso, but ii is
nlso very warm, conitortablo and serviceable,
We guarantee the Fit nnd Quality ol those Vests, nnd prices are
such as will appeal to you.
.-ii. ciss Iii ll ii urgaiil-'.aiinii em
on A Im ass ircil hy the o n'dial co-
tiperali ni nl in mv.
lie paid n hearty and sympathetic
tii1,ute to the railroad men in en, i-.il
lie ha,l, he said, been associated with
tl cm for fourteen yon rs nnd knew ul
tl.-ir Cjtinlity nnd coiiragt—for they
were (ace to (aco with tragic probabilities when on duly.   Tbe building
arms hut night, r ly fo- 'nny crisis. 8l »(1 ''"' > > b"PP'o.e*«s mid sell-
I Shortly after Mnyor Sharpe read the he'p, to tho younger men in purlieu
I ii,,t net yesterday, he and tho oily
solicitor attempted to board n car
when ihey were struck by n strike
breaker. The latter was immediately
arrested, Several people were injured
by the vigorous clubbing of the police,
The Royal Dragoons charged the mob
wilh llxod bayonets and Severn I
rioters were hurt. An attempt wns
H| made to blow up a   powder  ning.i/ine l-'rniu our own coi-riisininik-iil
K  I'lie   May.  hns proclaimed  martial      Hiss Fraser, of Revelstok
"' I .iv nud warned citizens that  soldiets  g esl ,,! Mis. E. ,1. Hangs Insl Sun,lav.
■s-'u>] ! '' nicfssniy. lira, liil't-dii and liiiiiily'iilCmniiplix,
-;  nl ii lew days Ihi.* week in town.
Tho morning nud evening services
in All Saints' church insl Sunday,
ine conducted by the Venerable
Aiohdcncou Deer.
II. X. Sorolh, ol  Calgary,  wns  in
Arrowhead'Monday last-
Miss McKay, ol Toronto, is visiting
Inr. lle wns here for service to i. on
oi ill classes I,, tho church nnd to the
oo niniinily lie wns delighted wilh
oni' location and tlie kindness of oni'
P ..pie.
ARROWHEAD
Jams, Honey, Marmalade
C. & It. ,1am. all kinds " lb. tine
C.k 11. .lam. all kinds    I lb. tins
CO II. .lam, all kinds  I H>. Bullies
C. ill. Jellies I II.. Buttles
C, k 11. Marmalade 7 Ih, Tins
C. it B.        "     • "'■ T'IIS
C.k I!.       "          1 lb. Jars
Dundee       "        " lb-Tim
Dundee       "         ' "' •' "'-
Robortson's Pine Apple Marmalndo 1 lb. Jars
Robertson's Urcon Fig and Ginger  1 lb. Jars
Pure Clover Honey ■' "'■ I111"
Pure Clnver lluiiey   - lb.Tim
Pure Clover Honey       I lb. Uottlei
Wild Hose Honey > "<■ l5ultl*-'-
Preserveil (linger In 1 Ib. Jan,         5 II, tins ol Climax Jam
5 lb. Tins of Climax Jelly,nil kinds    Syrup In tins, all sizes
Try Our Ram Lai's Tea—llOu. per lb.—5 lbs, (ur If2 50
Try ourO. 0. Blend Coll'oo selling now nt 10c. per lb	
Spring
Shoes
We ni.- receiving every day
shipments nl New Shoes.   We
lry Inkeep Hie i i np-lii-dnle
shne depiii'l iiii-nt and uur clforts
mi. appreciated, If we ennjudge
by niii' oiilpul, which i* i-iin-
tumidly ineien-iiig. Jusl now
wc are showing heavy, stnul
sluicH for iiniii,ly weal her, See
uiu- window.
IHlKSSMAKINii AND MII-I.INKIIY—SKCOND FLOOR.
C.B. Hume & Co., Ltd
DEPARTMENT   STORE.
NAKUSP.
From I'nr Own Correspondent.
Mr. Win. Keith is receiving the
congratulations of his friends on the
arrival ol n baby girl.
Ij. F. MclJougal  made a  trip tul her titter Mrs. S. Irvine.
Arrowhead in hi* gasoline launch, Mi*s Mutton, uf Wctaekiivin, Aim
OnTucsday last quite  a  number is the guest ol Mrs. 0.11. Campbell,
went frum Nakusp to   Xelsmi. llll g
theni being dipt. Eraser, Miles Carroll,
dipt. Buclicr, F. Cl. Fauquier and T,
Mnkiuson.
Conduclor Cameron, t.f the pas ei g-
er train, is on a vacation lor n lew-
days, hi* place i- taken by conductor
Chas. Brett,
Mrs. Anderson, of Vanoouver, is
visiting her parent! Mr. nud Mrs.
hiiil.lt.
Mr. Meredith, president oi the
Arrowhead   Lumbor Company, is nt
lie mill.
Mrs. Donovan has returned after
spending about two months al the
ccast.
RAILROAD Y.M.C.A,   BUILDING1    A F Dudgeon, of C iplix, wns in
,      . ,  , .       ,. i town Wednesday,
lesterdnv witnessed the opening ol
the Revelstoke Railroad Young Men's      B. Sharpe has  returned  Irom  his
Christian Association, nu institution
thnt hns been needed  for some time.
The  building and its appointment!
very   favorably  impressed  the large
' n um I. r   'I  visitors   who   were seen
vneaii, n and resumed his duties in
the C. P. II. station.
Rev. Dr. Blunibergor ha.* gone lo
Ymir fur a week ol ten days. II, v.
Mr. McCnll will preach in the I'rcsby-
around then       the  alter) n  I lorian   church    hen-   nexl   Sunday
evening and is tin-result  ol a  lot  u( I evening.
painstaking thought and study on tho
part ol the directors, who bad obtained nil Ilu possible Information
and experieuci that could be got Irom
outside sources, There nre eight
bedrooms boys' clnss room and gallery
i ,,n the top lloor, and on the ground
1 lloor an- ., billiard and pool room,
reading t - m reception r,,,,m. with an
archway lending into a ,-itiing room, a
finely equipped gymnasium 10 (ei i by
35 Ieet, wiih a colling -Jo (eel high,
nnd n gallery In leel in length lor tlio
convenience ol spectators, The basement comprises a swimming pool H5
leet by 20 feet, two bowling alley* sei
mi solid concrete foundation, threo
shower bnths, one tub bath, sixly
lockers, threo dressing rooms, (titmice
ro nn, in I room nnd lavatories,
In th,- evening the various rooms
iiero brilliantly lighted and very nl-
I mi," ive, Tho Indus hnd arranged the
ri caption room so thai it luoked very
, j and homelike, a lire burned
eciltilly in the grate, thus giving
i e entrain;,- to the building n very
it vjting nnd comfortable appearance,
I'hon wai a throng ol oagei people
Dr. Sutherland,o! Rcvelstuke, visited
lite Arrowhead hospital on Thursday,
.1. Kyle, win, ha* been   i lined   to
the huiisc lorn low days with an attack
,,(In grippe, i- nrouiid again,
D,   Duiiilnnenu    i*   sitllei'iiig   Iiiiiii
bl,„,il poisoning iii iii* lighi arm, ihe
result ul n slight cut,
I-',, K, lluiillbee, manager ,,( Ihe
Imperial hank hero, has secured a
similar position in Banff, Alta., ninl is
leaving this week (ur that point, Their
tunny friends hero nre sorry tn loss
Mr. nnd Mrs. Boiiltboo,
Mr. .InlVray, of the stall' ol the Inn
penal bank Ut Hevelslokc, bus been
appointed to tnkechnrgo ul the Arrowhead branch,
Preparations arc being made lor llie
extension ol the Lroakwnlor nt lho
IllOUtll nf the river here.
The Arrowhead Water Supply Co.
are receiving lenders for the construction ol a pipo and tank (or convoying
water about ouo anil a half miles, from
the mountain side,
Captain Furs I uml is building a gasoline launch.
The Arrowhead Lumber Company
nn- cutting about 11)11,(1(10 feet daily al
their mill here nnd shipping ten cars
or more pur day.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Algeciras Conference Reach an
Agreement President York
County Loan Arrested Railway Wreck,
IIY  I I.I.I'-.IIII A I'll j
Amu nn*. March 31.—Ooinniittoo
nil    eiinleri-liee   ni   Mol'OCCItll  leinrins
reached an ngieemonl on nil point!
Ibis uu,ruing
St, Pliriiiisiiuuu, Mnrch 111.—Word
ha* been   received   Irom   Persia thai
during a  riot  at Seiztan tho  b
attacked tho British consulate and
heal the consul nnd British doctor
with .-licks.
V im'iii'vi-it. Mn,eh HI — -Prince Arthur ni rived Iruin Victoria today and
ii'Ceivi'd n notable Auglo-Jiipaiieso
wele ,me. The Mikado's subjects vied
with each olhcr in doing honor to llis
Royal Highness, The usual formal
programme was enlivened hy ilnylighl
11 reworks.
l.uMiiis. Mnrch III—Tie- ilium
iiriiund   in   Nntnl  has by no menus
subsided.    Prominent n leprconlo
-.vh.it Ihey term the British government's hasty nnd ill-ndvitcd interference with a sell-governing colony.
The goveriiiiionl bus conlessod error
 I receded from ils posiilnn,
.-i.vni.i. Wash., Mnrcli 31.—.1. D.
Fnrrcll hn- been iippoinloil executive
head ,,f tin- Hai'i'inintl line- in lho
I'ncilie Northwest.
Wa*!Iim;ton, Mnrcli III.—Secretory
Root iieunviiirisd lhat tho reciprocity
tteiity with Ciiuadn is oul nl thoijum-
tion fur the present and hm abandoned
the tn rill'tpio-t ion, bul hopes lo soltlc
other questions which lend lo divi le
two c iiiiitries
ioiniMii. Mnrch ill.— .Miei- rn to
Denison mileied the nrivsl of President Phiibp-, of York County Loan
,,it in-.-,-ii,t ul yesterday's dam iging
evi,I,-nee.
WlXNIl'Wi, Mnrch 31.—A bo-ken
mil eniisid n wii-ek (ill the C. P. 11.
tuni- Neepawn, ye-ii-rdny. T, Gordon
Elliol, nf London, wns killed and
several others injured.
GRIP AND PASSWORD,
Ai the regular meeting of Royalty
Lodge -II, S, O. E,| held Insl Tuesday
evening, Bro. H.W.Edwards tendered
his resignation as secretary ol the
lodge, nwing to pressure nl business.
Tin- -iiiiiii having been accepted, the
following resolution was adopted:—
Moved hy llm. Dr. Uraliam, seconded
by Um. II A.Morris, "that the thanks
of this lodge be accorded to retiring
Secretary Edwards (or the able nnd
reliable nuinner in which bud performed liis duties during his term uf
olliee."
i  n. n.
Jus. .1. Watcher, provincial grand
president ol lho Fraternal Order ol
Eagles, visited this city und met the
members o( Xo. 132 iu Selkirk Hall
last t veiling. A large gathering numbering uver llll were In attendance,
Mr, Watcher spike to themomborsol
the order lm' uver nu hour nnd held
tl.e attention ol lln- members bom
ilnrl In finish, Mr, Watcher was
tendered u banquet uml ninny members spoke in complimentary tonus ol
the mniiiier iu which ho hnd ol saying
the right Ihitig in tho rigid plnci.
Alter Mr. Watcher's address llie evening was taken up wilh songs and
recitatiuiiB,niid al 11,30 lho Rovclstoki
Aerie closed Ihe musl instructive uml
entertaining mooting held iu il*
hiitory, Mr. Watcher in bis remarks
staled thai In- had travollod through
many countries hut he tell il i.n tn
state thnl when ho climbed the mountains near Rovelitoku uiul luoked
down mi the cily und lln- winding
Columbia river, il preionted tu him
one of tho most picturesque sights il
was bis pleasure to look upun. Mi.
Watchor continued for sume time in
this happy strain and took his bchI
tun id groat applause,
PAINT   THAT   IS   PAINT
A Slti| -ni jn-i I,, Inn,I ni th,- Famous
Hulli Wood Mixed Paints.
House Paint.    Floor Paint.   Buggy and Wagon Paint.
Aluminum Paint.    Enamels,    Varnishes,
Oil Finish, Chi-Jap-Floor-Lac
Stains,   Drier,   Paint Remover, Etc,
BOURNE BROS.
Groceries, Hardware, McClary's Stoves, Etc,
Real Estate for Sale.
S2350.   l-'iiii--.'*i,,i\ dwelling nn McKenzie Avenue, musl lie *,,|,1 this week
The llrsl iiiii snnpiif I ho season,
$300o.   New 2 story dwelling, S rooms, ilonc foundation, every modern
convenience,
$3000.   For -1 slury dwelling, nil i lern improvements, good lawn, ihado
tn-,-*, fen,-in^. sialilitig, etc, See,mil Street,
Sitioo.   New 2 slury dwelling, all inuilern conveniences including furnace,
Loi .-onl n half, fencing, Second Street,
$?6oo.  Sn us ili.- I,i*i ti>i-,iim tl, but no furnace,
$2350.   Fur 2 slot'V lion* i Sei I Street, nil conveniences,   This is a
g I buy,'
$85o.   Five- in Cottage, "ill (oul corner lot, wuod shed, fencing, etc,
$55o.   One-mum Cottage on Eighth Street, 50 [out lot,
We have money In loan nn any of the above properties and good terms
can be nmiiiged,
We ruprcaenl Ihe Revelsloke Land Company, having for tale residential
lots In the besl pari of the lily. Lots can be purchased on easy termi of
payment, mont lily, quarterly, ">' semi-annually,
BEVELSTOKE INSURANCE AGENCY, Ltd.
E. J. BOURNE,
Boots & Shoes. Men's Furnishings. Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
wmmm
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
< tpltiilAHtliorlted,$1,000,000   Capital Paid Up, 13900,000,  Rest,8.«0.aoo.
Head Office, Toronto, Ontario.
Brauclies in tbe Northwest Territories, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.
Ami Uiu following points in British Columbiai fraitbrmk. Gulden.
Nolson, Rovelstoko,Trout Lake, Arrowhead, Vancouver huH Victoria.
D. R. WlLKIB, President. K'hurt J aura., Vice-President.
K, Hay, Assistant Genoral Manager.   VY. Mukkat, thief Inspector.
Wm. E-Uusay, Bmah Roger*,Wm   Hbsdrie.J K  Osborne, Chas Cocbuhvtt,
PBJiEG HOWUND, Directors.
\ Revelstoke Branch, B. C—A General Banking Business Transacted
Savings Department- Daj-.-it- Received and Interest Allowed.
Drafts sold available in all parts of I'atiacla, Tinteii States and Eumpe,
A. K. Prippb, Manager
Special Hllonliuti given to collections.
two Carloads of Paints, Oils, and White Lead, the largest ship-
menl in any one dealer in ll. 0,
$.V.. f i ."h tr. At iT| ii*. iti Ai A, A, A. A. .t. A, A, A, At .-f. A. A. A. A. .♦> At
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% READY FOR THE PAINT SEASON"
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Till-: LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO, have just opened up   .[
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House Paints in 41 Different Shades f
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FINISH (a cold water Kaliomlne) which gave \f
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BAPLAC \ ariiitn Stain, a preporation similar lo Jap-a lac, for j i
t        AGATE  WALL  FINI
such satisfaction last year
removing l-'urniiiiie. I'I s, etc., (will nnl scratch white) iniule in
S renewing l-iirn
Seven Shades,
THY IT
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OPERATING NEXT WEEK.
The llevolstuke Sawmill Co.'s mill
at the Big Eddy is about completed
and will be put Into commission lies1
week.
I LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., LTD. \\
9 Mull Oi-dera Promptly attended to,        P.O. Box 181, 0
SO
foc-frcfrfoc-frfrfr-'-fr'H1 'I1'!' 't' 't' 't1 'I' 'I1 't' 'I' 9 >V 't' 't' 9 $
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CURLING CLUB.
EXCITEMENT AT MIDWAY
(.HASH  Kiinns,   March ,10.—H. t.
A eeiieral   inei-tiug ,,(   the l lining   ,.,,., , ,   ,,., _.
r. 1,1 ridge, a druggiii al  Midway was
club was held in the city hall last ,|10t  tw-ce TUMday night about 10
night  i" wind up the attain ol  the o'clock just after ho had lelt the itore,
club Inr the past season, j Hii assailant is unknown,   TbtihoU
The linuneiiil statement,shewing *\"fn »uPPowd !" ^ memt Inr E. 0.
.,,,.,... ,   M,,e. mtnaeer ul the Kastern Town-
balance ill hand ol 1103.85, wai read .hip bank at Midway who, tome lew
nud ailn |ii, d. in.nihil ugn prevented his bauk Irom
Tin- balance "I $50 due the llink! being held up and wounded one ol tht
Company under the terms ol agreement mado at tho beginning ol the
season came up lor discussion,
burglars.   It n thuiight that leslingi
ol revenge actuated this latett cowardly aiiault,
Mr, Eldrldge ii reported this alter-
A  reiolutiun  thattheRinkCo.be noon to be iu a ciitictl condition,
paid iu lull wns  lost, but an amend- Great woitement prevaili In Midway
mont that tho sun, ol $216 already uver thi. hrutnl usiult.
,...                                      .,, \. hen the lint ihut wai flred at Mr,
paid them  be   euns.deieil  as u settle- E,df|d      ^   bu|le(p   a,(8r    pa|,i|lg
menl In lull, owing to the Rink Oo. through hit body went on through-lbs
having broken tho agreement by nr-1 plate glass window   ol  the   Eastern
hitrarily el,,sing the rink Is-lorc the Townshipi bink building and narrow-
end ol the curling leaion, wet carried, I ly mitted iiiHiiigei  E. C. Mos, who
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I!  KIIISTKI.S, Sill ll ITuli*. Etc,
MdNE-i to Loan
nii.u it,,ii- nnl Mdlshns Bank
l-'il-t St 1 eel.
Revelstoke, Il.C
HOWARD A, II U1C1EN,
MlMMl  E.VGINKKIl,
Mom. American Institute MiningKn|rlncoi>)
t atmdlnn MlnliiK lii-tttutc.l
Revelstoke, B. 0,
(examination of anil reports on Mineral Properties a Spoclnllj-,
Agent lor Canadian Metal Company, luiyors
nf /.iln- .mil silver-load nl',--.
/mi:., mi -llver-lcod mines pure-lmsi-il, ,„' otier
nt,-,l under lea-,- nnil bond.
Financial Assistance given owners .,i„l  pro"1
peclors t,,,,|„-rati- nnd develop
approved properties.
Cbc flfeatMberalb
1 would  .      . earnestly ntlvlie llioni for
tttcirgoo to order thispapcr in be pttnclunlly
.::.-'    i upon H* n pnrl nf
ii„- leacquipngo." Ani,i*<»s.
i Chicago I- '• been
ll ecoinpnny -  n ,""i
p.i-i yen I
Cunsidernble uttcntii
a 11 rn is I oil i,> n big body
ore struck uu Ihe
nlAVI , I llll
,,-, Spilliiiiiielielie Muiint iim I-.1 iiiiles
-. mh ul Hidden     I'ln ore body i- nn
(III led lil I ', li'l fee!   Ill width ui
which nl lensl l'-'.'i ieet l- well mil , ml
ised 'flu -Milue* ire, ,,f course, low.
Inn nub  -in l   mi imnioiiiu bnily ol
:, ihere ilmidd  be ti g I uppurtun-
uy ul hiindling  il   by II cue, ntrill	
Id
I"
bin N
nl "im i, ,1 a hod) ul ore wbii I, is now
showing .-!,,,ni;h in /  nnd , upper,
in,
I II   ,11 Ml-    I III 11,
,ne, .i nsivo deposits u( gold hcuing
md sili i-l,'.i,I ure, hut imn-p rtiltinn
is Ihe ililhi'tilly.
With legiiiil lo tin
■lopping tl.e high-guide ore l.tkeil it it
in lie-1 so o( development,
Development work is being steadily
pursued on
nil   IMtATIIIOK
T
PAGE,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Hopiih'i io llm.'s and Shot's, Until
Helling,  eli-„ promptly inilllp.
with il view to ilovelnping at a greater  Nexl Alllllll's Jowelpy Store, Mi-Ken
depth llie budies otoro hlthertn proved i
IjOYAI, ORANCIK LODGE Nu. 1(1.18.
I'euular n Hints are liuld iu tin,
nddlellnin itni  iii.-Tiiini lil-
Isi nf pai-Ii in,'iitli. in s), in. sluirp,
Vl.liltiii lirellirun I'lirdlalli lnviii-,1
,1   ,1. AI-lll-.SUN. »     ll
I.   I. TAUliKKT, Kit. -See.
MISS GARVIN,
TISAOHBK OK PIANOFOIITE
zie   Avenue. Ilevelslnke.
Kngiigi'ttii'iils   iiei'epleil  for  At-
kiiiiikn.w sun, it. ii. p. Homos:  iVo.    Theory   Lcssona n
!, Menui ga..""! Tnraiinj-1,1 eviiryiiietnii.in;,specially.   1'upils now i-nrulli'd for
lip,      ll   Is  m.I   intended In ship uny
ore Iur aoiuo time, Itnssland people
iv hnvo becnine Intereitrd In ihi* pro-
"• liertj
it   ITIUII'I   I.AKI
upei'iil ions on tin   Ili-M-lsiukeiinil Me- j, i.siikeive iderablu work  will  hoi
Otllnugh Crook llydraiilie 1'u'upiny's dono this iprlng „n the l.tiokv H,.v . IN,..M!,.'. i«.1V'l;V^i,,;?il:,^.,fA,i;f.,V:.,M,!if-'.',':.!
 ,.- .,.   .   ,.    -.,.... n...      ...
I'I.Al lilt IIHI'llSlTlt
ul lite Hig lien,I. ,1. I), Sibbtild t*
in   I In! ii 1 h   I'm inciug   with llie -li.ire
holders  there  the   canning   season'
NOTICE.
.,. AI'IIKKOS. w. I',
II. J. I'UniKKT, Kill.
Cold Range ledge, K. ol P.,
No. ill, Rovolsloko, 8. C.
Ml'.!'.'!.* KVKHY  WltllNKSPAY
In OilillPllmv
,,','l„,'h     Vl'iiniii Kit
,'„r,ll„llv .mil
llio new venr.
To Trappers
propoi'ly on French cie I,
ni   A Cnnndi
I. n,l,,I   it
i.t'lilli- In Pari I!,-, (,','i In l2.irt-.-I)
one Shoe I tiiniui t, In Hu-ill.irli-l ni ii ihu
Ine Hllf,
smelling e.iiinpmi) Inlo   Mining Comintny huv.i 15 mon     At Ferguson n   luoal
Unpl    Unislioiig, un tholr ol * on I- h nivelt, anil oimrotlng tho  llrondvlow  with  g I
linger ul the Upper Columbia Nuvl tho Amoi'ioaii Mining Company hare results, having -hipped several  oar-
'-:■' ' puny li the owner ol  lho juit bought nut E, A Bradley's claims |nft(|8 0[ or0i     ■.■,•,  pr0porty   had u
properly, whioh  ho   piirohasoil   lor  Hi anil aouth ni their property mi Llomlld allowing ol ooppororo on tho
„! !•'.
iniiiinv   is1   Nii'tiot; is iii''.lli;ii\ iiliHN Unit ii Is my
1      • ' ml,-nli,,i, to Issue ,,11,'t   ll \>,,,,li I nun
„ 1,1 tlt,< nisi iiiiltlleiillnii liorwil n ,l„|,ll !
i'i I tlai Ccrtllli'iilo "I l'iili,|.,ilii-.iii„n- Imiii-. |
lllllll' lllllll,' "I .llll Aii-mIi Mill. •!,. nllli-li I'.'l'l"'
liiiisl ilii, mli ,1,1, .,1
I MI'-A.
Itixci alii tax stile,    Since inking il  Kronoh ereek with a view lo Inereai
uver ho has driven two I iels,i)iioo( iug  iheir oapltallsatinn  tu |500,0l)0
*ii (ni nl ti level RO fool below III.'
utitcrop, in which nine ore wns discovered, nnd   Hi cms taken mil   Iur
und pushing liydriiullcllig oporiitloill
iln niing spring.   Harry Howard
dues sume work eaoh season mi the
shipment,    Tl ther ttinnol Is lilli old  Chicago Company's ground on
feel lower und   hns developed nn the  Smith  creek  1111(1 the DliqilOSIlO Mill
loot wall  a  shoot ol tlno oro two feel  ing Company ol  Pittsburg  figure ut
resuming iheir old alum
wide. This zinc nre is the besl yd
discovered in this section,assuying
,,ver oil per conl /inc..   The property
is conveniently located, being within
two and a hall miles ol the Colunihiii
channel drifting
next spring.
Tho
STAN'IIAIII)   MINI-
i* the glial  mining prupirty o( the
River and ncoessnblo by a rond seven  Big Bond,    A grout deal of develop-
mile* in longth all down grndi I i mont work   bus  been done on it and
tho mine to the river. | great success bus attended these opor-
(In 'iilinn*.  The nre-linily has been proved
mi. II i iti:i i, iiinn the surface to n depth ot •"ifill leet
Messrs, Brown Bros, nro stated tu have on the dip ol the oro-body, nnd of the
tl splendid showing ol silver-lend nre drills run in,rib and south Oil the
and hnvo done a lot ol work \ good oro-body nt intervals for thut depth
deal ill nre is ill Bight bill the ilillieiilly ' the drifts lu the north have developed
i* the cost ill transportation a continuous shoot ul uro as far as run.
On Horse Thief creek, in the IVin-l it ,s ostimntcd ihi* nre will avorago
dormero district, the $25 u ton, mainly  in copper values,
I'TAKMKiAX .Mi.vi-: ih,'iigh   high  silver values have also
which created such n sensuti n wh, ti, been found. Leads cross Ihe property
discovered sume years ago is shut In all directions so that it has the
down, having proved so inr a disnp- appearance of a itock-work with ntt-
poititinout, alih,,ugh greal espouse
hn* been incurred by Tilluiiy's ol Sow-
York, who own it, in dovolopmunl and
ooiistrnotioii ol an aerial tramway,
morons outcrops ni ore ,,! an much
promise aa that developed. Colorado
and Missouri capitalists have under
consideration putting enough capital
iMimusi- I into tho  property to instnl an aeria
is  tho banner  mine  ol   North-east tramway and smelter on the Columbia
Kootonay.   Ins an irkuhle deposit ||,iv(!r.tlleir  bein8  Wgu'« it«mboiU
communication between  the railway
nnd tin- proposed smoltor site on the
river during llie slimmer iiio'iiths,
i in the main lino the zino deposits
SATURDAY, MARCH 81, lllllll
MINING
Operations in North Kootenay
The outlook ior the mining industry in N'orth Kootenay is brighter
than lor some years.   Taking
XOKTII i.l-l E00TE.VAY,
New  V,,rk  capitalists   have   bee e
interested in the Monarch Mine at
Field.    This :- a big / lead deposit
in limestone alongside th-main line
oi the Canadian Pacific Railway It
■■ :■ i ■ ■ tted ,'■- ml 12 years ngi but
on the prices iur silver and lead dropping and zinc coming in to raisi the
co-t ol smelting it wn* shut down,
.-•ix years ag - Seat! e people I k it
up nnd shipped - veral c it  '. „!- to
ut sand carbonates, currying (airly
good silver nnil lead values About
7000 tons ui ore have already been
mined  and  between   20l)i I 3u00
tons shipped lo Trail smeller where it
commands a specially favorable rale
lor lluxing purposes, Ovei 501) 11- el
ol developmenl work bus been done
A lew men are kepi steadily nt work
nt
II.MCI'tl I.HWAE'I
nre attracting attention und havo been
bonded by the Empire Zinc Company,
Ken,-wing points south ol the main
line ul the C   I'. It
surface but il changed tu guluini with
dcplh.
Till. HElVARll COMPANY
nn'driving Iheir lung tunnel with u
view to finding othor ore-bodies on
the same lend as the Nellie I. nnd
Silver Cup ore-bodies were located,
The mill ooniiooted with the
vr.nii: I, ANIi sii.vnu out' MINUS
is at present shut down, but development work is lining pushed from the
new level liinnel whioh gives 7(KI foot
of depth on the property. Good bodies
ol ore have boon lound in the lower
levels and the mine will probably start
shipping again this spring, This
mine has already sont out about hall
a million dollars worth ul ore. the
values being mostly In silver but tho
gold values nre pretty uniform ut
about $10 per tun as well.
With the netive enquiry (or nine
ores there is some probability o( the
zinc deposit.- ou
A11 HOW  I.Ah I
being worked, Those deposits have
been favorably reported .on by the
Canadian Geological Survey and are
nwned by A. M. Symons nnd Spokane
parties. A goo 1 rond has been built
to the property on which there is an
immense quantity In sight. The
Canadian Zinc Commission ure paying some attention to devising the
best means of handling this ore, Mr.
Ar'ull, the famous Amor lean zinc
expert having taken samples!.)experiment upon nt Denver. Colo.
The remarkable thing about milling
in this section is that it is almost
entirely in the hands ol American
capital, Our American cousins tell
us we have no appreciation ol the
wealth of the country wc livo in, nnd
they ure certainly showing tho people
i,nnil,,-
, Iim.
II  K. M.el.Wlll
1 1 llotlitri nm,-,-,Xi-lsmi li.I',
lll-lrlH  llfitlslii,
vh, in,,,,. iqt
NOTK
H   W. II. I'Alll'IT, I' I
II. II   IIIIOl'li. K   ill II   A S
II. I. HROWN, M
Kootonav Loda-e No. IS A F.ft A.M.
Tin- I'l'trulitr iiiitI
ing- an- In-ill in ll„-
MiiMiiiit' Ti'lnpli',
lild I'YIInws llnlUi,
llll III,ul Meildic, II,
eaiili iiiiiiiii, nt -
p. iii. Vih.ltlag Iinil li
ron nutiHiilt)
''iiiiiiiii
I'ltOOUNIWt, SKUIIKTAUV,
JlSUu^jRaw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
Richard R. Copeland
■loliHINii CARPENTER!
AND CAIIINETMAKKH
VTOTIl'l! Is lioreltygiven Uml -Ivn days aflor
1> ilnte I ml,nl i„ nppl) i„ Hi,-' lion. (Hilel
('tiiiiiiilssliiiiernl bmiilsnml Wmkafiii' iiorinlsslnii
t„ piirel  Hi,- (MMhum ileserllieil lnn.1- fur
nitilornl |,iii|,„>,--, Hnme l„'iiie   -lliiiiteil   near
lliilonn llm. nilliilitiiip l.i'ls 8115, 7,in nml 111,
ileserllieil as fnllnusi
('ntmneiii'liig at tlie -oiulien.i eornei ,,1; l.„i
■nr. (Iiotieo iiiirlli i ,rlli- I I'liriiw ,.( l.„i
1115, tlieliei, ensl in,-lulu., tin-,,-,• -unlll s„ elulllis
lu but run, ll fiiesl   Iitilus lu |,„ltil nl
euniiiieiti'iiinniit,
I. l.l'liiiATi:.
|-','l,nil,ll.-.!ll, HKHI. It'' ll|, '.!.-
NOTICE.
Y
OTIOK IS IIKIIIOHV IIIVUN thnl lliil'l)
Fli-rilnlu I Iutond to imply to ll„-
(Iblof (Iditiiiildilonui' ol Unds nail \\ orgs for n
.sli.-i-i.il liconso lo , til and carry away ilnilier
Iiniii Uu- liillnwing ilosorlliud (nulls In West
Kootonay lllsti'lcti
1, I'uiuiiioiieliig nl n |„,si iiiiuki'il "It, lllytli
nml ('. I!. Kirk'.-soulli ui-si rumor oust," pliiuicl
ill-Mil iiiii ynnlsjvosl of Mnsi|iilln (,'rcek, thonee
nortli mi chains, tlionco easl sn elinlns, tlionco
-milli mi,-lmin*, 11 wosl sn elinlns I*,,,<,int „f
eoniiiuinoointuil,
2. Cniniiioiieiiiu nt n post luiirkcil "It. lilitli
ami I'. II. Kirk's suiitli en» corner post," plnnlcil
nl„,nl Isim ynrds whIiiI MojuttltoCreek, lltenee
nnrlli SO chains, Uu i> wusl BO elinlns, llioncn
snulliSii ,-hiiiu*. tin-til-,-,-„si Sn elinlns tn pnltil ,,i
eoimnuiieeinuiil,
llltteil Mnlrll Iini. Ill'-,
lll-illT 1IIA1II
u. II. K111K.
NOTICE.
their timber and mineral wcnlth.
nn the property bul the mine will iml
bo fully worked till bettei tmnsportii- M8H nm*
tion is provided. l-s •" preaonl the moal impintant n
,,H| ,u vxsl v ing locality. The Eva mine ia steadily]
at  Windermere, which wa« the ii rat working and the ten-.tamp mill turns
shipper of copper ore in thia section, ^ an average gold  brick o( about
ia again  being examined by experla ^,000 per ith    dent tie parties are
with a view to reopening it in view of undewtood to be negotiating for the
tbe high pricea now ruling for coppe, purchase of this ]    perl ,ew
Mine owners along  tin Columbia toen ^«n«thl ,ml     '       88im^        ,      r/.  .   . m      '
Valley of North   East Kootenay an 'Motion of working |    ty on        A0]f Kind Of TraOSllllTIII||
anxiously waiting tin bu   ling of th. '  bi« '      -    SCftio '   ' ' -'",! llndPPfHliPn
dividend miver   I .* i    tu h baa bee I UUUBrWIUHl,
KOOTENAY I ENTKAL HAH WA"i
NOTHK lu iinrnliy glvou llint,30 dii'ya iiftor
dato, I intond to apply to Hm Chlof Com-
mlsslonor nf Lands nml Works For uspootnl
lloonso to out and carry nwny timbor from tlio
following dosorlbod Tanas .--itiiiiiuil on wost
-Iniio nf Halfway Crunk running luto Arrow
liiikn in  Wost,Kootounydistrict:
1. CoimnoncltiB nlwiil , "f u uiili' nortli frum I'.,
ii. Unrrldgo'a Boiitli wohI c«mor pout nnd mnrkcil
"A, Kilpr's north owl corner post," thoitcu Hinith
mi oluuiiB, hu clmiiis west, mi elinlns north, 80
rliatnsciul tu point of eoiuinoucoineat.
■i. nnnimont'lna nl h ]'um iilntik'd iiltuiil is
ulialim Hutitti nf li, tl. Ilnrrldgo' rth west corner uml umrkeil "\. Ktlenra Himtli east corner
|inst," iliciict; nortli 80 ennlns, wosl wi ehaiiis,
thonco »ttut li 80 I'haius, tlii-iii't' oaat 80 clniliw to
(mini nf cummoncoinent,
8. Coinmonclna nl a post planted ubout Jufii
mill' ni'st from ll. McCormiiclt'ijsouth wesl cornor
mul marked "A. UilgnrV running north 80 chains,
wesl so chains, tlience south 80 clinlua-thonco
cast Bo chains to point ol coinmoncoinonli
Dntod this Btli day of.March, 100(1.
A. Koran, Lwntor.
Something Pure
II ynu arc luokitij; for 1'iirn
lluiiej' we havo Juit opened up
ti ooniigiiiiicnt u(   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE  COMB
in I Hi. boxes, nr in fi lb. nans
"Guaranteed Pure."
CANNED   GOODS
Our Canned Clouds ure locond
to none, nnd mure I liun thnt
we "Guarantee every Can."
n this side lln-  line   how   to   lllilliojni THE SUPREME COURT OF  I1RIT1SH |      HOBSON  &  BELL,
GROCERS, BAKER8 AND CONFECTIONERS.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Mniiib's. siiuiviiiK, sioi-in  Dunrs, etc
SELKIRK LODOE, NO It, I. 0. 0. F.
MenlsnveiyThiii'sdi., j
eviaiiligltillthll'ellnws
Hall   ul   H  ii'i'imk
Visit ing luel hrnii o, r j 	
dllllly  llivll.ul  1,0 a! i,	
loud l Tlitiil Sti-|,|.| IJusI
II. MACIiu.VAI.Ii. N.II,        ,1. MATHIK, Sue
ilflliliing Promptly Alliinilml To
Ki.volntuke
WOOD YARD
I luivi- siai'ti'il ii permanent IVuud
Vard on Third street, Willi mv past
experience 1 hope to lie in n position
tosutlsfy all i-equiieineiits nf customers. I lry corilwoiiil kepi in stock uiul
supplied lu any b-nuibs al reduced
prices for cash.
It. SAMSON,
RE-OPENED !
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FIRST STKEKT.
Orders (or lloct mul Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and sinull goods
will receive prompt attention,
THE CITY EXPRESS
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
COLUMBIA]
In the mutter ol Fudo Fukuslilmn, deoonsed,
la tlio matter ol llie "Dlliciiil Ailtiiinistrntiir'i
Aot."
■ - '    .      ears, the
e-bmly is large, and    n    en pr ived
. * sold
which It is I eon begun    Win i -  ■
pleted au  improved   means ol transportation nil! be provided an ! n   ii -
-,,,,, ... Hues
will ,1 itibtlcss see u revival      U
time uciiviti'.n- there ita    '   I     ■
r,   -   less developed in the Selkirk '      '"    ! '      '  -' ' I Retail Denier I
rangt west ol the river.
A deal has  jusl  been put thn   t ? the raising
whercbj   '.   Nei,  York c    pa        ■
Nntico \* horoby given that by ordor of His
Honor J. A. Forln.Looal .Indue, dated tho tit li
day of March, 1900, George Smith McCarter,
l Oliicial Administrator fur Unit part uf Knot-
Fmmpt delivery "t parcels, naggago, onnyCounty comirlsed within tho RovoUtoko
JSlootoralDistrict,has boon granted lottorsof
odmlnlstratlon tondmluistor all ami singular
i the OSliito c»f Kudu Fukn.-ihinia. deconsod. inles-
I tato.
!   And further tithe notice that all claims upon
i tho said cstato musl hn Rent in to thn said Administrator nl his olliee Imperial Hank Block,
Rovolstoke, II C, within 30 days from (ho date
hereof, alter which time all proceeds will lie
distributed among iim pnrtios lawfully thoro-
| nntii entitled.
GEORGE SMITH McCAKTEK,
Oflldnl Administrator.
«1 the 9th day of Mnrch, 1900 2l»*
TELEPHONE N'O
Jas. I. Woodrow,
BUTCHER.
Everett  smelter  htittheoxperinio.il       ^ Umi   M R,,„.      .
ffas '"HT'-.-     Tin  present high  ..,,.,,,,,,.„„,,.,,„   ,;,,,.,,..
i'"''-   :-   ■",   lnd  thl '"■'-   -' '" iln Pi fi,        .....
mandlor n tl       , ,.;   ,._.  ppe, .,     _
m,|'|'i:i;-iim   norx-i
| The Prince Mining and
beef, pork,  Development Company,
MUTTON, Etc. usiitw luiiutv.
WAH CHUNGS
Best Firewood in the City.
Shipment of Chinese Canaries Just received Prloes from tl to $5 eaoh
8)
.,:. thei lot lead   res at Pi  I Bay by
the Cam li in Metal Compai
m- tted a demand for s    tu ol
hitherto rejected.    Mr. C ,rin li M E
bat been engaged  I      -estig.it  I
Monarch  mini.     In-   la, litii •   I
-:..: ment are i   li that tin
':.;■■:    ..  •   •':  ■    the I     ■    :. •
,- ,r-     -.   •:.-    -. lin  i    I'  ii      : ■    -
•i. it   -.,. •;    tttioi     I   ilities  i
icarcelv I- beltei
behind Beavei      ill       Realm
'. : . , I        ■    onl .- - ul
■
Fish and Game in Season.
irders promptly filled.
REVELSTOKE. B. C. SH^ffl.
•■•-;,..-.
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.      .   -      .   .   ,   Pat ..' !:■
'. ,;        I   .-
....
'
g to  North West
e is likely to he t
pecton
r-      I he  ■
C I*'ri"ive  Mm,n«   ■)" "'" ' . •     ■
LAM) NOTICES
v- . •      i        .-■-.
S "II
■    I ' •
I       ■
Ii tins "f the
'   ■    '     '
I)   II
■ '
' ,
Tn nu: rsmiir.iuii.niin* nr rm: I'nixi't: Mimmi
im, liiaiatiriiKvr ('n)ii'AM. blmltoill,i„i,ility.
lli-n lst„ke, B.C., Fob, mill, IWIl.
Notice is In-r.-liv civi'ii iliat the Ammnl Mofitlnn
,,[ tin- ShoielioMors ottlto Prince Mining nnil lie-
relimm.nl I'olliptin)', l.iinil,',! I.inliililv. will lie
held nt Ilu- (',.ii,|,:,iiv's lltli,-,', Klrsl Sliei'l, Itmcl-
itiike, II. i'.. "ii lVo.lnea.lay, llie mi, iloyol
Slorcli, ,. li. 1800,nt ilu- Itniirnl tin,,,vl,,,'k in
the afternniin, lor tlio )„in„,s,-,if eloetlni nfflccri
f„t the .ui,ins year, nnd Iur all ulltor purposes
n-i-.tlngln the maangeitieiit „( the I'liiupany.
tin I'raiisler Hunk nf llioCniiipany will lie clnsiil
;, -iiir.ti .In- iiiinii'ili'tteh prucudinK
at, h meeting.
Dated it ll", "l-e I.,-, ll i.i lil.-. mill ,lnv,,(
Felirunry, i li  l-«"'
.-.   il   IlltulVX, .1. M. SCOTT,
in.-il  secretary.
•■.  - irthei   "•-' the 1
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I
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-
Chicago >■ mpanj an   di ■■   ,    .
pr .mising |    ponies     Tht -  ire
Ice  river,! tributary   :   the   Rock        ': ''   ""''    ■    '  ' ' ' ''
M  intsim   Tin . cation U in n min Ml1""-  '  |}l      ■        '   ; I "
eraliied belt al iuI 15 squnn   tiiles i ■-''    " ' '' :        -   'Mention lliero,
extent outoropping through the lime- where there .- n largo ml
itoi ■■ and th ti in is one which Sh
G, M. Dawson, the late eminent Canadian Oi il gill j' tinted out as likely
to yield payable mineral dcpositi.   Ol
tbe ore I- ■!;•- di veloped by that com
puny in that locality - ne allows gold
copper ore and  the other tii -
11, mm,;.-: ' nl   ii rk  lias  hci n pr, si
cute'l  during tin patt winter un thi
gold-ooppi r propt rty.   The same com
jinny htvo a copper properl    n Cm
yon Crock near Golden on which thoy
have i considerable amount o( gold-
e, pper ore developed, and thoy propose
building a wagon road t" it and opening it up at loner level- io ns to start
!:■;, thai i i I," er bei n I
prospected but which |
' . idi,.,'- - . . ...:. iralisntio * ino
,level,,pm,-m bug been di no m several
pi -peei- f -i .■ .. id ' '.' ith encouraging resull ■ n itahlj thc till ir
Shield, Silver   Dell,   Keystone    nnd
OtllOri       Tbe   Olltlook   I'U i "p|-,'! 'Ii-
,'■.-: - i- pnrticularlj goi ,1 is tin 'i
aro outcrops ol copper un which no
developmenl has boon done in the
vicinity nl Standard Mine and Keystone mountain, Thoro are large
showings ol copper und gulnn i ores un
Downio crock
nn
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NOTICE
VfOTli l liornhj   gl
,N  -.■'• ■ d .*.   ' [ntoiifl i'
The Money Saving
Work Saving Soap
.-       loyal I kind
made in V moon' or—I
.*, ip l- ..,-i..,, - -I ol Winni
peg,     Unuso  cleaning  and
ivmbii gnrccn
Iml the money saving is the
Premium System
li iiiklot tolls what wo /, o fur
Iloval Crown M rappers Send
loi il- Free- \lsn try tho
Hottp
PINKIM a
Oil    Hint    .DI
.ipplyli, llm Hi
Me tlie ' hlef ■ -,,,,,.,, sinner nl Lands
.,    (.,- .,i  liconso I,, rut  mill I
'     tlio    (,,11,,11-illK   ,l„-('t
-    ti i ii Wost li,„,,mini District!
li. liiul,
I,l,iin,
lay-
shipment ol ore     Mr, tndorson, M, j§ p  Ketly Iihis dnvolopod to a depth
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
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UKRTIFICATB OF IMPUOVEMENTS,
NOTIOK,
Completer Mineral Olalui,
.Situate in the Arrow l,ako MluliiR Division nf
West Koutenay District,
Where located!—Noar.t he N lies on tlio Lower
Arrow Lake,
Take notice thnt 1, Koanothli, Burnet, ngent
fur Annie Kellilier (Adinlnlstratrl** fnr the estate
of P, II. Kclllltor deceased), Special Free .Miner's
'ertlllnitc No. f>2,',*i hit ell it, sixty days from the
dale lii'Mof, to apply to the Mining Kenirder for
a Certificate of improvements, for thopurposo nf
obtaining u Crown Grant of the above claim.
And furtlici tiikc notice that action, under See
tion H7, must bo coiniueiicod in fore the Issuance
of such Certificate of improvements.
Dated thiri Fifteenth day of Pobruary, mm,
KENNETH U I.UHNET.
ASK YOUR  DEALER  FOR
"KURTZ'S PIONEERS"
"KURTZ'S OWN"
"SPANISH BLOSSOMS"
UNION   MADE   CIOARS
MAHtlFACTUnEO   llv
Kurtz's Pioneer Cigar Factory
lis, Cordova St.. W.
VANCOUVER. -  •   B. C,
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium.
I'mli'i' iln- new iniui>i|ri'iiiciii|oi'
HaiiIIY  Mi-Intohii,   llnll'uuin   House
HnsHlntid.
rilllK MEDIOAIj WATERS of Hal-
.1. cyun arc tbe musl. ciirntlve in tlio
world. A pcrl'ccl, nntiiiiil i-ciiieily I'm
all Ncivoiih uml Muscnltli' diseases,
Uver, Kidney nnd Hlomncli iiiliuents
and Metallic Poisoning, A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling," Speciul
rates ou nil bouts and I rains. Two
mails tu rive mill ilepall every ilny.
Telogrii h ('ouiiniiiiicaliim willi all
inui-t8 nf Uu- world,
Thumb—$12 lo lis per week.   Kor
fiiitliei- piii-i.iciiliii's apply to
HARRY McINTOSH
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrotu Lake. 3, C
Mrs. II. .1. Ilu.ibury Mnnngrcss.
First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
I.anin Dtnlntroom fnr
llillnitiots, B..,.|.nrs, etc.
Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIRST STBEET, BEVELSTOKE
SEE
Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Tcnsorvlces 'Flower Pots
Hiatus Umbrella 8tands
llosliols Lunch Hoskots
Cano Chair. Smoking Jeekcts
Ilandkordilofs Silk Ooods.
GOLD FISH
Finest stuck of candles and fruits in town.
Front Street, Revelstoke
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M.  J. HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouses K Seed Houses
VANCOUVER, B. C.
lKAIHJI AllTKIt*' Full PACIFIC COAST
(IIIOWN CIAUDKN, l-'IKI.I) AND FLOWKil
sl'll-ili.*. Now crop now In -tuck nml on test,
in our irreeiiluiu-es. Ask yimr meri'luiiil fur
llieni in -Talc,! iniekni-,-. Ul" doe. not liniulle
iti,'in wo will inuil .'si assorted. 8c pookets of
viigolablo nnd Howor loodi (our owl. selection,
suitable (or P ('. ainlen-l fur ll.ni Spoolal
prions „n your Inilk soeils,
II. ('. (iltOWN FKI'IT AND OIINA-
MF.YI'AI, TllKKS now rnaily fur spilng
-liiiunelil.
I'Alla lllcostuok oft nu mid three year Apple
Trees nl $20.00 [iur lOU, «ikii.ii:i per l.isii: May-
iinnl Plliml, -U.'Sl eaeli; Itnlinn Prune, two
iini, llm-. J.'J.i" per luOt Muiriir Prune, two
year, lino, g-fi.<». for 100,
Full li*t of other ilock nt regular prices. No
exponso, Ins- nr delay „f fiiinlf-ation or
inspection,
lail nu- prlco your llsi in-din- |,ln,:iiiK yimr
order,
Oroenhouic Plum-, FlnrWork, DcuSupplies,
l-'ruii PnekaKos, FortHI-ors, etc.
I'Vni.lllll 1. FIIKK.
Nl.  J.  HENRY
join, WESTMINSTER HIUll, VANCOIVEH. II, C.
TWO MEN
MAY LOOK
ALIKE
Tho ono will bo honest and
i-eliiililc, Tbe other questionable. Sn willi boots.
All Boots that look well
are nnl honest,
1,1'ckic's Boots arc all
leather and mndo lo nieel
western raiulreinents, The
logger, the prospector and
tin- miner can depend on
Ili.-iii when Inr IV0111 lie-
busy Illinois nl' men.
Ask your dciilci- for "Lee
kie Boots" uml take no
substitute.
MANTI-'\("rnil«ll IIY
J. LECKIE  CO.,   Ltd.,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty days
aflor dato wo intmid tnnii|ily to tlio Hon.
Chlof Commissioner of Lund* natl works for a
spocial llconse to cui and carry away timber
from tho following described land- in'ilo- hi-
trlctnf West Kootenay t
I, Cnmmuticlnunta post marked "Arrowhead
Lumber Co., Ltd. North-west corner post" plnntod
neai the 1 till of Deep Crook near tlie shore "f
Upper Arrow Lake; thence smith BOcliniiis! thoiicc
uiml mi chains! thenco nortli BO chains! tlionco wiwt
hu clmiiis tn tlio point of commencement,
Cmnmeiiclniiut n posl marked '"Arrowlieml
LuiulierCo., Ltd. North-west cornerpn-st' pliinieii
nlroitt 100 chains south from tin* mouth of Deep
I'tei'k «l|ere It empties into Upper Arrow Like,
thonce south 80 chains! thenco cast 80 chains;
ici'ce tpjrlh 80 clialas; thenco nest hi elm In* lo
lm poini of commencement.
||ah*cl lid* 7th day of .\|aieh, A. I>„ IWO,
AKttOWUBAD LUM&KH0U.I CJ THE MAIL-HERALD. IffiVELSTOKIi II. ('.
ECONOMIC
ADVANTAGESl
Portland   Newspaper  Points
Out How Canada Excels
the United States.
"A large number nl emigrants Irom
Oregon nnd Wellington have passed
through Portland in the Inst thirty
dnys onrutite fur the newly ,,pencil
agricultural districts in Canada," says
nn editorial in ihe PortlandOregonimi
ol Thursday, "Olienp land, either
presented Ireo by the gnvernnient nr
sold on cusy (cini- by (be railroad
companies, liss been the principal
tlttraotlon (ur those settlers, who ure
leaving one ol the best agricultural
connliios un citrtb; but it is noiilble
that Canada bus nthor nttraotioni
which mnko il more dosiniblo as a
place ol resilience, ('uniubi lias no
Oarncgiei or Rnokelellors grown en
orniomly wealthy by n lysteni ol pro-
lootion which robi millions t,, enrich
a few: bul it is quite dear by the
official tiguroi that her people nre enjoying a greater degree oi prosperity
than ure our own | eople, wliu. it is
needless to state ure. iu spite ul the
wholesale thievery of the trust.-, now
experiencing tlie most prosperous cm
Ihey hnve ever known
"Comparisons ure odious,' and ior
Unit reason there is nothing iu the
ollloial statistics on the foreign trade
ol the two countrlei that is oaloulated
to make the American hilariously
proud. Aocording tn the figures of
the department nf ooninierc? and labor
uur ox ports (or the lirsi seven months
u( tbe current liscul year amounted in
value tn "fl.Uiit'i.l'il.'CXil and ,,nr import! iur the tame period were valued
at $6115,721,476, a total (or our (oroigll
trade ol |1,752,388,134. These are
very large figures, but it must In- remembered they represont the total
foreign trade of approximately 80,000,-
000 people, or a matter ,,f $22 per
oapltn, Canada has a population ol
li.UtiO.iiOO people, about one thirteenth
the number that participate in the
foreign trade of the United States.
For the seven months corresponding
to those (or which the foregoing figures were compiled, the export trade
of Cauada was valued at $160,834,433
nnd the value ol the imports was
$166,200,000, a total ol about $307.-
000,000.
'■These figure! show a per capita
average ol more than $1)1, compared
with the $22 per capita average In tho
United ."•'inn* lu other words,
Canada—new to the business, wiih u
scanty pupulatiun and transportation
facilities still crude in most of the
territory—bus in proportion to her
population n loreign trade nearly two
and one-half times as great ns our
own.
"One ol the principal arguments
used by the high-tariff devotees in this
country!! that it is responsible lor
the 'balance of trade' in mir favor. At
the foregoing figures will show, there
is a tremendous 'baloneo' of exports
over imports, but it is open toqtiestion
whether this can Irti lifully be termed
a balance in 'our favor.' It will bo
noted thnt tliis 'balance oi trade,' by
applying the high-tnritl' interpretation
is unfavorable to Canada, and yet her
foreign trade in either imports or exports as previously slated, is, iu proportion to the population, more thun
double (lint ol our own country, This
is due to the (net that Canada dues
everything that can possibly be done
lo encourage trade and nothing to
obstruct it.
"Canndn produces much raw muter-!
inl for which there i* u good market In
foreign countries. She is nlso a heavy
producer ul gold and in exohango (or
these commoditiei she buys heavily
Irom the loreign oounlrioi with which
she is lining business. There is at the
present time grout expansion iu her
agricultural industries, nud she is importing large quantities ol farm machinery. In the absence ol tariff-pro-
tectcd trusts, the Canadian is pe.tnit-
ted to buy this machinery nt much
lower prices than nre exacted from the
American farmer for the sumo goods,
although the American farmer must
sell his grain in the sume markets nnd
ut the same prices ns ure secured by
lho Canadian. Down the long list o(
tariff-protected, trust-produced commodities, the Canudinn buys ul reduced
prices and saves the exorbitant profit
which in this country is withheld Irom
tho consumer and given to the trust,
Tin* is ono of tlio economic advantage!
which Camilla has over tbe United
States, an,I it is a powerful aid lo
chciip Inini in attracting immigration-,
So long as this advantago exists, the
loreign trudo of Canada will continue
to increase more rapidly in proportion
lu the population than will thut nf the
United States,
RECORD LOAD FOR B, C
The biggest load ol l,,gs overstocked
mil hauled on sleighs in Ihi- pr -vine,
I was put up und hauled yesterday lit
camp ll u( the Howninn Lumber Co,,
situated about 2,1 miles below Cam-
borne, suys tho Minor, The load
consisted ol 12 codar lugs six tion high
nnd seven lugs to u tier, and m tired
16 foot 3 inches from tho ground to
the tup ul the luitil wilh a width ol 11
foot III inches. The lug,* were III feet
iii length and the nuinbor ol loot contained lu tin loud were 16,877, I'
wus hauled by two horses mul photographs o! the loud were tnken by Sir,
Tucker ol Arrowhead ii tho Minn
has arranged to have cms mado ol lho
different views which will ho ropro-
duoed in a future issue ol this pnpci'
togotlior with n descriptive article
The Inini wus put up by .1.(1, McCarthy
und llis men who now bold the record
ol liritish Columbia  lor the hlggoil
Inad u( lugs hauled
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The stamp photo man will bo leaving town shortly, so get busy anil have
some 50o, photos taken
tiring the baby ior -nine stump
photos.
c*i -t- J-t,
est
FIRST ANNUAL REPORT
OF
a™
Do You
receive your Mail-
II li ll v i, n regularly
nml " mi limo?" If not, kindly
notify ilu- olliee ni once, either
'Phone 13 or liy postal,
i
us
Dm *i ill ul salesmen will bo on
the run,I iu n (ow dnys with iill
samples nl
MAPLE LEAF
RUBBERS
I),,nt pluco youi orders until yuu
have seen tho New Mndolt, Thoy
nre great seller*.
J. LECKIE CO., LTD.
Selling Agents for ihe West.
Vancouver, B. C.
The But*tatd Sanitarium Limited
And Second Report lor die Institution.
(JWIsiWllW
Nothing i
Cane Su
enters in
Sugar Diamonds |\
, We grow the i-.-tti,- onouroivn
Estates and refine Ibe Sugar
specially to produce ibis sup-
erioi lulilc sugar. S.,U| by nil
grocers in .lib sealed package.
The B. C. Sugar
.SV.NUl'SJH uF REGULATIONS (JO\ -
I'.li.N'I.MJ T1IK D1BFUSAL OjV L>U-
AUNlUM LANDti Wil ill.N iiiii
I.A1LWA1 Lli.LT LN Ti.i. 1'liU i-
LM. L Ui- UitlitSli UULLLuiilA.
-\ i.iu..\oL lu cut Lliiititi lUii bu a-j-
lUll'tiU    UlUJ    UL   pUiiliC   tilt ill)-. lu.Oil.
. uium ui ,>j per jsqutwe nuw ia uimiatw
ml'   Ull   LllllUfl   jcl'L.a  tiXUUpl   Lllvrfo   -•■••
ueil west ui iiiK. Lui which Uiu iviiu. '•
ti tue i.e. ui o cciuii piii auris pei a.u	
ili  uiluiuuli   lu   the lOiaai,   uuc-a n{  Ui
;.■ iu».uu rates u.c diaitf-.U.—
bttwn   tuiiitiei',  w etiiiS p'.i   Li.oasuiiii
a-t   U.hi.
iUUlHaj'    liL'Ji,   Oltftll  UllJ   UlliO   lewl   »U"o.
i i-i atiu i oi ueiiu-j uueu.
.junibic   UUitS,  ft  CblllS  U  COt'Ui
Ail oilier pruuuQis, a per tent un U»<-
■sales.
A license lt> IssueU su auoii uo .1 u....
a giaiiicu, 1*111 in Bui'vejeu le.iuul'i  "-
1 in ij 11' uuu  ui* eul uu a Uei'lli  until  u»
iLimseu 11US iiiaUv a bud-Jj   Ltltn-ul.
reiiiuu iu l*ui innum uiu u»ou granUu
-a puuiiu uulllpeLlliun, exceui .11 Lie eus«
ui jc-iuui setttei's, Wile reyauo tne luii-
, . . ,..).ii uwu use.
bellows   und   Otheis   uuj   aii-Ju   oululu
peiiuils iu L-nl up iu ii-u L'uiUs ui wuua lui
Wi
ull.
pel 111,L
Arrowhead, B. C.
Charmiiigly situated un the shoies
uf Arrow' I.nke.
(inini Trout Fishing
Uonts always lor lure.
Sample Rooms in connection,
First -class house for Tourists mul
Coininei'clal men.
W. J. tightburne, Proprietor
REGISTERED   (HADE MARK
Union-made
Garments
for  .   .
Working-men
•• BUCK HHANIi" Working
shit-is and Overalls four own
manufacture).
Splendid Socks and the musl
comfortable underwear.
Our Smocks, too, are it little
stronger than anything you have
seen heretofore,
We nlso handle just u.s good
heavy (Hnve*.
These line* ure for *;tlc tel.iil
by ull good dealers.
Wm-J. McMastcr & Sons
LTD
MANUFACTURERS
VANCOUVER,     B     C
lui. iiuta |'.oaUi'. u
fLiiU pul liiuuaaiiU leet L..u., lui bqu.u
iiliiuul una &aiV.uba Ui a..-, nuua *-•-
eepl uan; liuiu l-i iu 1 l-i eeiiis pei iihu
iuul lui Uiii.uiiiiJ iuba, llUlu 1- l-i. tu .
cuius per eoiU lui rtwuu, 1 ueUL lui lent
pu-jw, u uwiits lui la.irtaj lies; uuu >
turns pei curd lui' -BUtiitflt-i 001U,
Lvaota lui   yiaiiUti puipUSBS ale IssUc
lui  a  lean  ui  iwbjh>-uiiu jeuis,  ui
leiuui ui u-iu ceius pti atic pui aniiuu
Lua» lutiUs inaj by puieiiasud ui *
pei auit; lui' Suit .*ua, Uuu *iW iu'' ttUUll.'
Lilt, isui luuie Inuii itK-j uuies inaj "
aeijuiriu uj   uiic iiiil'iiUuai Ui   CUUlpanj
UU)UHJ at tlib laiu ul Aj CUIUS pel it
ul -wo pwui.as ia cunecleu ou llie B1UJ
ulllpUli
hiltliutj lui ianu lui Ub.iuuilUiai pu.
pbbM u.aj ut* uiaut p-siouiiaiij ai tile -
cut .aim unite.- lui tue U1S1I1C1 in Win-*
Lite lauu iu ut luiitn up .* siiuaitti, *
,i Lut liuiuesieuUKi Ue»uea, ne ui«tj, u
.ipp.i uliuii iu uit "Miuibiei ui me 'iim v.
11 Uiia..a, Hit LiulUllUftSlulltl Ui llllcib "
Hull ul niUiiiiCe., ui Lilt lUCUi d0L-iu ■■
UIU    Utml let,    WUillil    Vi IllCll    Ult    iUlld    .
auuaitu, iev.ei\e uutnuiil) iui -suiue u..
iu inunu eiiti)  lui liun.
a itt ui *iu i= ei.uiiii-u lui liuiueBleu
v. 11 Liy.
a tiulllei wliu lius receivcu an eiiLl'y lu
,1  UUUieSteUd,   la   itquutu   Lu  ptlluiiu   Li*
toi.uiliuna cuiuiecleu iliuleWlllt unuer ou
ut tne lu..uv,.iij{ plans;—
u; --.I icasi six iiiuiiuis residence upu
aim CUlllVUllull  ul  Lit lUllll  Hi  eUCIl   ."■•'
auimt llie tet'in ul Liuee yeurs.
li ,3 int piuctiee ul na- Ltpaiiun-ui 1
iuiiu.it a bettiei iu oiiug Ij ueles unue
CUltl-tUlluil, bul it lit pitltis ne may mi..
siiiuie slul-k; und m nead ui cuttle, lu ■■
uciuuio "ia uW'll piupeilj, ■Attn UuiiU.1-1;
lor Lliuil ucuuiuiiibUUtiuii, wili Ue I'lyu.-
itialeud u;  cuiututteii.
\.i it tne liiiuer tut moilier. it the ia
ll.tr la uttt.iaiu; Ui Ullj ptfiautl Wl.u --
Lu'e piutli'lunb u.   Int   AU,   UUuies   Upni   '
a tavni in  uit viLltulj  ui  lue >atui *.■'
tCled iui   UJ   Biltll l»tlBWH ii? ■' iiUniealtf.i .
Liu  teqihifiiieiHa ui  Hit A-i tia  tu  iuai
deuce priuj   iu uu.uinu g puieui nuij   ti. .
satisiied uj aiiL-i, puUun resuiiiig Willi Lm
latlier ui iiiotlier.
iw 11   Hie   settler  lias  his  penuniiciii |
tesiUeuce  upon funning ianu owned  i»> ■
Iuin in tlit vicinity ui UU homestead, lm
requiieinwits ui the Act as 10 realdciae
may be sutlsfled by residence upon the
said  laud.
Application tur patent should be madu
at uit uiil ut' three iuuia before the iucul
agent, suu-agent or u homestead inspector.
Before making application iur a pateni,
tlic^ stiller must give six months' notltc
in writing tu the Commissioner oi l.''-
minion Lands ai Ottawa, of his Intention to do so.
W. W. COltY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior,
Ottawa. Februiay Uth, 1905.
A PHENOMENAL RECORD,
Irl'WAIIIIK ol'llllc llllllllleil Slll'gll-lll  'ipelalinll*   Hilt-  pel'1,11111,',1.   .ill   llilll
enlnplele-llii'i'*-. nnil nllly line i|,Mill uill III' liver I Wil   Illlllill'Cll   pill ii'llls
li'i'iiled,   Seven piillents were In Ihe Saullai-luin al the upening of the yuar,
2ll,*i Heienilini I,lui inn Hie ve.it. lllilklllg il l,,l tl nl'212 li'i-iileil.   Of Illt'se IHI
were innli'* ami I III I'cnial,-.    112 were sui-glcul, SI ileal aud III iibstuli-loal,
12 patlonts renin i ltd in nl I he close of ibe yenr,
The |,,t a I ilny* I i-i'.'i I iin-iit Willi' lllllll, llll average ,,l III, III ihiyu per pal lent,
Dm nl iln- 212 pallt'tils treated only ono death ueeiuTi'd being less than
', per colli,    Tin* mi,- death was ,lue In suppurative pyclllls, eninplloalud (villi
in-.-.i-i disease,
Fallouts were nlllllllleil lu.in ibe (ollowlllg
l.niAI.ITIKs
Vuneuiivi'i IIS 1.1,In -i                   2   Fori llaiiej                  I
Vanandii Uny I New Wcslinhislei'
Kiiiulunps    ' I t'ollliigwood
Alheiiii I III.mil,iii
Vuu (Inini I IIimimi!
U'asblimton (jliili, I WuhiIiiiiii Inland
\iillll Villll'iillvel- I Uncle lluy
Centml I'ui-k I Snliiion Ann
laulysiiiilh 2 I'mt Ha, ,t|
..in,I l Mi, |,ehman
Allill 2   CllliriH'V
I,'nei, I lav I    lliii.-lnirv. Allii.
Fpwoi-th I   Chilliu-.i'i-l,
Siiilliury I   Mi.iini. .Man.
--iiinn,ni,iml .    While Iini-..!-, Vukiill I
The Iliillis nnil Massage llepni-iincul hnve ben nminonlly sticeessl'ul
under the maiuigonieiit nf iMiss Jllllluglnn. Oui'hig lho yeui', ll.'ii tfealments
were given, uud us the pitti-uiiage lms gradually liici-cnsed, il has become neces-
sitry tu engage an (issisiant. Fatly in llie year a Bottvonh1 pt-uspeclus un*
published and copies mulled lo I he many Friends ul' I he Institution,
Tin- nllicos, reception rooms, hulls, uml mosl of tbo private wards hnve
 n neally painted and decoi-aled, lidding greatly to Ili.-ii- appearance,    The
Increase nl our work In the Fttsl Iinil bus necessitated lho opening of branch
ulllces in Ihnl pari of Ihu city I'm- the convenience of our pull-ons,
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
I in port direct from Country of origin.
WHOLliSALE    DKALliRS    ONLY,
E.EVSLTSOKE,  B. C.
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Z because it will be becomincf, fashionable, durable and 9
comfortable.   The best is the cheapest.    We make the ;
tbest,   In making a Suit we give advice when wanted and «
we accept advice when a customer desires to give it.
t       Every now and then you are confronted with thc fa
question, " Who's Your Tailor"   Crcsssman & Morrisoi, fL
4i of course.
:f     Cressman & Morrison      &
'i itt .tti t'h itt tti ill tti tti iti it, t'-ti l!tl tlttA tti iti iti iti iti tti tti jJsti tt; .-.ti ua
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R  OPENED Rli MODKL1 D      j
Union /fofe/ Restaurant
Mrs. SVIcKitrick, Manageress.
HOTEL VICTORIA
Under   New   Management,
ROBT,   LAUGHTON,   Prop,    REVELSTOKE,   B.   C
Kir.-l-cln* accommodation for traveller!.
Best liritiul- ul Wines, Spirits, and
Cigars.
RATES   $1   AND   $150   PER   DAY
FREE   BUS   MEETS   ALL   TRAINS
WM. J. McMASTER & SONS,
LIMITED
WHOLESALE   SPECIALISTS
(I loves
Socks
Hose, '-., Hose
Shirts
Smocks
Overall,
Underwear
Blankets
Dry Ooods, etc.
Makers of "BUCK BRAND" Goods
ADVERTISED   EVERYWHERE
LETTER ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
Central Hotel
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,  PROPRIETORS.
Newly built,     First-class in every respect.    All modern convenience*
Large .Sample Rooms.
Rales SI.50 per Day, Specitl Weekly R.tei.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Besl Wines, Liquors and
Cigars,   Rates $ i a day.   Monthly rale.
T    ALBERT    ST03STE',   PROP.
Open 111 all hours.
Meal Tickets Issued
shun Orders tastefully served.
Rates Moderate
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ii ray.   With
.-, Ol        .-. y nrvful
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DonUi CoBCifi $2-:0
hrbfftvy buidi* •■
"Carbo-Maffnelic" Kl.i1,-
i Cushion Stropi, $1,00,
I ut booklet "Hlnti to Shavers,"
GRIFFON KNIVES"
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If Yois Are Not Abie
To attend to the tfriting ol Advertisements yourself, send in your
ideas tu us. We will put llie matter in shape for vou, and we think
we can please you.
INTERIOR PUBLISHING GO., LTD.
Revelstoke,  B. C.
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GET   YOUR   EYES   EXAMINED   FREE
.ii' Glasses -ilwin
kepi in stock iti'i'
ii   von    ivijtiiro
in lliini. in 1,'Mcln
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A i'iiiii|iici,* stock
L   ni ilu-  ri«lii   i lass
i./   ol   JfOOlls,
J. GUY BARBER,   -  -Jeweller, Optician
M.„l. ol    i.miI'mi    lli/nr Stool     I'lii-v
li„|,|  ;,n nli-, longor lllllll nnv l.nili
M.l.li.    Cull  .--.!: I,:, :,l.   AlUtJ-ICS,
Lawrence Hardware Co,
Limited,
KEVELSTOKE II. O,
<V-jW>/>rWAV>A*rW>/iAAA*V^
LOANS N'OI \KIK.s
SIBBALD & FIELD
ii n li
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE
IN ALL  PARTS 01' 'I UK I'll'V
INSURANCE COMON ro VI.
Queens /fote/
:COMAPLIX     ;!-
Best'hrands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. j.)TraveIlers"to
1 Fish^Creek will lind excellent accommodation's! this
Hotel.
CHIEF  YOUNG, - -        Proprleto.
CITY LIVERY STABLES
Hack Service to any part of the City at all
hours. Rigs equipped for Sleighing Parties.
First class Single and douhle Rigs. Express
draving and Transferring. Saddle and Pack
horses for hire. All kinds of job work undertaken. Wood for sale.
j Stable and Residence Ppone 41
I      Hack  Stand "     37
CHAS.   W.   TURNROSS,
Prop.
YOUR BUSINESS or YOUR LIFE
will be lull ul iv,,rrie- which could 1st
avoided by the uit of
Loose Leaf Systems
TO SUBSCRIBERS. DATENTS .n"«M.
  * ,il,lnln,-,l iii all i-iialilrles.
The .Maii.-IIi-.kai.I) will bo delivered
tu any part ol the oily, or mailed lu
any ailiircss within the ptislnl union
[or $21)0 per minimi, payable iu advance, 'llio oluhbing ai'iiktigeinonts
with other papers will remain in loroo
fur those who preler to huvo their
subscript imm tlittt way.
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney
Moolmnloftl Attornoj* ami Ktigi r.
Room3, K.iirlli'hl.MlDi'k, (ininvilh'Hl.,iiiMr T.i
VANCOUVER,  B.  C.
A ppbtoord will noouro nn ovonliitf appolti
ninnt for BnoBo who onnnot mil f'nrinn llio da)
The Interior Publishing Co., Ltd.
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MUSIC
A few New Song
Books and Dance folios
have been pm in stuck.
Anything you want in
the music line we ivill
get it for ymi if not in
slock.
M Cross Drug (i.
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BORN.
TaVI.ok—At Revels! oke, March 30th,
to Mr. and Mrs Tin s, Taylor, a son.
MARRIED.
Am,liiisn".-In-.hmtsi.. — On Monday,
March 26th, at tlie Methodist Par-
- oagi by tin Rev, C, II. Sutherland, H. P, Aleill;,,ii. of Kuult, to
Mill K. a. lugbritsin, ol Norway.
Local and General.
Mn, 1. II. Uunm and family will
rci nexl   weik  I    Notch  Hill,
win n thev will in (ul in n sidi.
Conn ' the rjpitisti r C I '■■ nti n
an I laugl ny i never la igl ,-i bel re
t the Opera H -■ ; Baiter M I day
Api   llll
I hi Mi ii -■ -■ - * ('- will appear
at the i'|- rn II ... i \; til -Ith, in
tht tl I conn Ij Ii i a    "Way
,- .: Went.
While wailing Iur
llriind Trunk  Hallway waiting-!', um,
ul London, Out > on Monday,n woman
was nttncked by   a   largo   ml      The
rollout sprang un   her  lap nial  when
slu- atliinpleil I,,   k ili   il   olV,   the
tin i mn I seized hor by lu r lower lip and
apparently could not tree itself, until
ii by-slander seized il by the tlimal
and forced it to let go, The wniiuin's
lip wn* badly torn and llie bnsnin ol
her dress wus torn to shreds.
Social and Personal
ii. li, iii-.ui: ,i ru.
In  con venation  with  lho  Mail-
j Hekai.ii reporter Miss Hart said the
present  slylt-s, historically  sptaking
arc a   revival ol   the  Empire period,
This i*  noticed in tho liny lints, and
brighl colors,    Tho colors nro aim,   .
stiirtlingly bright    Ren<ciiiliorlii!< ti,o
lasted/ Empress .litsepliinc I'm cnloni,
the inti'oiluctioii ot Hie*,, unexpected
effects  is   heller undei'stuud.   Rasp-
berry, grey, pale blue, pink, Alice i.luo,
i,.,,],,   ja   ||„., and Ihe violet shades uro the proper
The shnpos (.nine iu uiiexpiclcil
torini lho "Cornet' is a prominent
leal ure. Thole that till well over llio
luce with high back nre styles Unit ure
sought lor, The Leghorn plnya u
strung part also. Theso are benl and
twisted into tiny draped shapes unlil
Ihey make ti typical spring but. Lilac.-, roses and nuiiden-hair tenia are
the IriniiningB, with largo rose as Ihe
I'ii! leader. Must other Mowers used
are ol the diminutive order; single
suing* and strands ol tiny buds and
blossoms encircle crown like a necklace.
Mr. and Mr*. E. Corning returned Immense quantities ol ribbon will
yesterday from a mouth's visit on tbo|bc   used, tho  exaggerated   boa, being
the bullion, whileon small ha Is boavi-
il,,Id Commissioner Fred Frasoi will
have in a lew days lor it trip to the
oust.
The Ladie*' Aid ol si Andrew's will
hold ii social in tliechurcli on the tilth
ol April.
Miss Mamie Dunne left yesterday
in,,ruing tor Wiliner ou a visit to her
sister. Mrs. E, .1 Scovil.
Mr*. .1. P. Kennedy came in Irom
Illccillewaet yesterday and i- the
guest of Mrs. li. K. Atkins.
.1. II. Sibbald, «ho has beet
business visit to the i ost loi  I
ly boribboncd hack and side bandeau
are exceedingly handsome, Ready-to-
wears are gathering in popularity, the
range is becoming 1 trgor ouch year,
ami it i* pnssililc n,,iv to got something lo -uit almost any,,ne For
real smart knockabouts and i eglige
«ear don't target the sailor it is the
'chic" idea.
CHURCHES.
Mi.tiiiiiusi—Tne missionary sera's iu the Metiiudisi ohuroh on
lurgoly attended «nd
marked by enthusiasm, Ituv,
Thos. Crosby, who has spent ovor 18
yeurs mining lho Indiana ul It, C,
told ol tin- nnirvolious work dono
mining the native!. Only tho religion
ol Christ could triiniforiii as Ihoy have
hcen ti'iinslorincd, Ou Monday night
the story ol this transtarniation soonird
iilinusi like u tule Iron! the "Arabian
Nights," The illustrated leoturo on
Tuesday night was instructive, showing many ul the Indian ouatoiui, The
vioivl wcie the work ol n young Indian
mul displayed evidences ol llll artistic
inletil ot a high order. Tbe amount
ra Ir od by tho church in Rcvelstuke
this year is expected to total fSOU.
On Tiicsdny iiltornooii nn Auxiliary
ul lho Woman's Miaslonury Sooiety
was organised in tho Methodist ehuroh
by the district organiser, Mrs, CUM.
Sutherland, The tallowing ollicers
were elected: President, Mrs. Sutherland; Vice President', Mrs. Cameron;
Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. (linn;
Recording Secretary, Mrs. Mclntyre;
Treasurer, Mrs. Doherty, The Auxiliary will meet every 3rd Tuesday in
the church at I |i in,
At 11 a ni., Mr. Graham, Booiotary
,,f the Vancouver Y. M. C, A , will
give uu address especially to young
incii. The pastor will preach ut 7.30
[i.lll. subject " The Preciousness ul
Christ." Miss Mclntyre will sing
■'Over (he Line."
Tin- Sacrament ol iho Lord's Supper
will bo ndniinistorid ut tho niurning
scrvico,
St. ANiuttiw's—Sui.diiy u, in., "The
Two Foundations;" p. in., Mr, 10. M.
Co ik, secretary ol tho Revelstoke Railroad Y M. C. A. will conduct the .-civile. It is Imped that tho young men
nl tlio congregation and of tbo city
generally will make a special effort to
attend the service,
Knox—Kev, ,1. It. Robertson, li, A.,
pastor, The usual services at 11 tun,
and 7 30 p.m., Sunday sohool at 2,30
p.m. Representatives ol the Y. M. C.
A. will pronoh nt uuu or both services
on Sunday, Tbe morningjervine will
be conducted by Mr. Cook, the secretary ol the lucal Y. M, C. A. and the
evening itrvict will bt arranged fur.
Mrs. Bowl will ling tt the evening
service.
Rev. \V. I., MoRae, who his spent
many yenr* in Trinidad, will likely
deliver a lecture in Kniix church next
Wednesday night.    The lecture will
1 i Trinidad and will be illustrated
by stereoptioan views. As Trinidad is
one of (lie foreign mission fields ol the
Presbyterian church in Canada, it is
ot special interest, and tlie opportuni
ty of hearing thi* lecture by Mr.
McRae should nol be lost by any who
can pi isibly be present.
MCLEIS3"IrTA.lT  & OO.'Y i|
Firth-Eaton to-night.
prince'arthur
11
One   ,| thi   feat in -.    ,■:_   .     n
the but* -ecu at   the opening Thursday is   : ■      imber       I
shown a      i an  .-:. i     oburicl   .- :
ghtness Brighl
two months, is expected ho «j there are, vivid 1 rin -;-   i  train c uvcying Print*
lirst ol next week, Rllcftl   ,   .  ,. ... (. |aug.)t  ivjh stay over
Allan Homoll, ol Tomnl     I rotl er | termed light in I Even tin -     .. -   ,-   Sicamous   which
ick the
lieing
a position as cashier with thai   rm.   I since 1 - ... . nn.-,  ft „,    Monday  and
Don'l   target the Carnatioi   feu    I    mi      '
  ■   ■ ■       - l   .-■ ■ ■ | i nun        i j iui 11     ni     ,  n ,i ii, -n.
ol \V, 11,.i-nell, olC. I), llm.       I'd's., fusioi -    -       oint will lie lelt at 11.30   ',-:,„•
arrived in the city lost week tu accepl    , | lights t | » morning,  Revelstoke
Roses
Knox Ohuroh pnrlon   luesduy  I .        	
.. ;     n 3 !--.,. and s to lu.    A cot        ides  thai      o  in the
tt -t - bt ing pn pared.   Refn
will be served.   Aduiissiun 25c.
t 2 p.n     I- irty-live 'minutes
■ ■   -   t Glacier and thc party
         I  ■ -   tin lame
-.., spent, Al
rning ol April
I, tlio roya  train will pull out ol Field
tutted e lantli tni ,.   ,,   , , -n.
N'elsnn where  she  ha*  been   vi-iitii" and i ■       Hani  ill I p.m.    Ihe
.1, I-I..U   .1 11. II I-        ,.,,,,,. ,, I
her home tar the pa*!  Iwo moi - party v i al  Banff till
Chief Bail    sanitary       peel     ii *,„. j ,. iaki,, charge - i thedn ssn tk-! blue,  lavender, brow I Ipril
n til;    i 1   tsi:    lei    this week I    .„_. |, |    • ... .,-   [Messrs   McLi
clt  :.   \i lack yardi    M     1st. is tin      ,    . .
 "'    '  ,::;' '    Hon W F Aylmer Doini
i M     tor ol tin M      li .,-..■       i
- -   ■    .        ■ •      hum •   . the Columbia i   er here n
00(1 Clu e present at Vanei    ei    ... .-
- :■      y celebration on A|     ''-' • .
The C. P. R. right ol v        |   i- ' -  ' '!  I     - "     ' M
.    ll nicf -
en       ive  notihed Iters I ,,
II ■       I In
'- ■    ve tin tigs I      Ihe i gill   \|,  periday ul Cn gin
I -,i ij , i-t ,-i tin : nnd i. use, within • •»•
thirty days FOR   MEN
I ,. Bdaj evi   ing, April 3, a Carnu 	
tion Tea will In litld in Knox Church     On Sunday afternoon at '  pi	
pari..;-.   A good musical program will; thc V, M. C   ,  buildiiif    -iecy   ,1. A,
beg  en. Itelreshmeiits -     '- served   Ufahani,   ol   Vancouver, will eivean
Leg
■ ■:■'. ;
II
ontiniied.
t the Opern
Miss I Mine is ,-ti tlie OKI Stand Ready for Worlc,
BUSTBE
BIRO"W"X\r
Whilu,   Red,   Ill'OWIl and   llliii'k,
The Latest Shape   50c,
NEW  NECKWEAR   FOR  MEN
■ shades of llie
Kour-in-l lands,   I'lowin^   End  nnd  Strings, in a
New Spring Silks.
SHOES:
SHOES1
SHOES!
I'or men, women and children, Vou will lind our stoelc one ol ihe besl
assorted in town. Men's Shoes made hy Geo. A. Slater and Keith, in Oxlords,
Hals,, Hluelier and Congress   Tan or Black,
EMPRESS  SHOES  FOR WOMEN
These arc known lo be the most comfortable and best wearing shoe 011 the
market.   We have them at $2.50, $3,50, $4.00, $4.50 ami $5.00,
KING  QUALIUY  SHOES
Por Ladies, Misses, Hoys and Children, arc a good, sensible make, Ihal
will stand lots of hard we tr and sell nl reasonable prices, Come and lei us lil
you willi a pair.
2 iii 11m 1 ii 1111 mtmBiammmmmimmmn
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Miss 11 il nn- is til Ihe Old Stand Ready for Work.
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Business Locals.
Nothing better than "Our Special.'1
New lines ol Chocolates al Bows'
I ii ug St ire,
Exceptional value in rugs and carpet squares at ( . II. Hume & Co's,     ;
Pleases overy smoker the " Harca
Vuelta."
No delays In dispensing ol prcscrip-'
tiuns at. Hews' llrug Store.
lillc. for a dozen photos will not
hunk ymi.
liisni Gilt Edge Sweet Pol Seeds,
ul Hews' Drug Store.
Tlio Slater Shoo Iur men and womoil |
al ('. II. lt'imo il- Co's.
New Easter Perfume, Iris ol India,
call nml allow us tospi'iy y-ur hand-
kerchief, Waller Hews, I'lini. B.
Druggist and Slatiunor.
FURNISHED   ROOMS TO   LET
on Mackenzie Avenue.   Apply lu.I (l.l
Maedonald,
We are making n specialty ol lace
curtains, see our bargain lot at Ifi per
pair, ('. li. Hume iV Co.
Miss JelVreyi, needlework, wni.ats
cinliriiiilei-ed, lirst dour oust ol the
Methodist Church,
A choice line ol pillows, mnlti'tissoa
nml cninfiirtcrs ut 0. II. Hume & Co's.
P. BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.   '
UK -. I) (ll-'l-'ll'l,:-  I'll.uiliv    AI.IIKIITA,
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Puis pnrliui-s nml ll.-nlt-is in I.e..- stuck   Mtukcts in all tltii |ir!ni'l|ial Cllins nnil
Tuii-iisnf All,-in, llrlllsli Ciilainlila 1111,1 tlm Yakiin,   Parkin, ot th. liololirnuil llianil
i- 'Iiniii- mil llx-,,11. -u, ls!i.iiiti,ii-l, llr
ml. I.i-nl I anl.
Llin|,,-r,t„r" llaiiisiilni iiai-nn, nn i mi:uiir„i-K oiiiin. i,um , ,„,,. g.
AWNINGS
Now Uml brighl spring dnys nre enming in, In he fullnwetl by the heal
if siiininci' ynu wnnl In keep yum' hIiiioh nnd houses cool nod cou.foi'tahli',
Tho Best Way tu ilu Ibis ia to aueiire awnings for your windnwt, mul
itdei'tlietn ti-nui
L.  A.  FRETZ,        -        First Street.
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FURNITURE,  CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS {
For all kind- nf up I , dale and reliable fiuiuiui-,-
mil Iiuiim' li -blngs go lu
R. Howson & Co., Furnishers
VVS.VVV-s.VVVVVW^r'-i-VWvV-A'WWW/'-/'.^^
HIGH SCHOOL CRICKET CLUB.
We  .,"      ' 1     H
- '
Admission 26c
A Sunday Scl I convi nti
district including Kunilooiis, Revul-
stoke ti. Okanagan and Similkameen a- i .1 ns lledley, will I"- held
at Vi rn ui on A] ril 12th and 13th,
Port Hope, nnl., is suffering Irom
one -1 the wonl lloodi in ils hiiti
The Gtnaraiko river li in II - ,1 and a
great deal ol daniagt hm been dono.
One ol the main bridgei ol thi town
hat been partially swepl away, ami
Other bridges sn- in danger. Ontario
street, one "I the main thoroughlarcs,
is a raging torrent, ond greal blocks
Of ice are pilled all along it.
address lo men     Every  man  in Ihe
city i-  invited  tn  hear   bin      The
' 1  ii,-i-ii- will Iio n feature.
e flanlwnri
■   ■ .      lildren -•
Sunday >
It
in the cb 11
.  il
.-
YOURE
THE DOCTOR
.mil il i- up In vuu Iii gel 1
" The Union    '
.- heal ( If/ill* &
igar
Tobaccos I'm the money
5 for 501
TilSSC s llidiama
5 l"r 5°C'
Grailda Hermanns y (Ciimelias)    '1 lor 50c.
Melichrino' igareltcs    .     ;
5c, a package.
Nestor Cigarette
1
(ii. 11 pai kage
BROWN'S
CIGAR
STORE
Tel   96                         GOOD   GOODS
P 0 Box 44
— Ill .10; I gallon 1 ins ti
Stoke HighS '   "
.   '     :..-    following ■
lluii. Pr W   II   Hum;-1
r . idcnt—B, li. \ ■
Captain   C II. Sh
Vi,-,-r,i,i—n I, Haggen
-,,-   I , \    '   Hi - netl
, erries ol my own development on it
As so in os tin      /..I-,
I     Order! I iimnl tnjg
1       '  ,: practice will be held   ■   .       ,       ,,      ..  .
the old recreation grounds ;..' Special 1 ti
.,.—.11.111, .,   !'. ,.   graltiiijj
frum my   ', u    n        Eden    IJ
nppb ui 50 ," i.'-. :.,-i,   Tie.- Hkinner
Re.vnlstoke li I
I i.e largest and most complete atock
- i Single 11.ir;,,-.,- in lho province,
ranging in price Irom 118.80 t'I,'i'i
$16,60 $18.00 per tall and upwards
HsoTeani Hnrnc!8lrom$28.00$30.()(l
$3200 $35.00,$3S.OOand up, Com
plelo por "-I I) C McLaren, lho
Snddloi nf Kamloops
Plonaos ovory smokor   lho " Huron
Vuelta."
lien,her i'irlh Eaton   al  Ihe Uporn
II,nisi- li,-nighl
Miss John, tenchorol violin, piano
ami step dancing, apply al residence
first   il ■ cast' ol   tho   Methodist
Church,
A winning combination—Slalor'B,
Bell's nnd King'* shoes, lor salo by
1'   II   Hume A Co., Ltd.
A Carnation ten given ly the young
Indies ol Knox church, will be held in
the church parlors on Tuesday, April
3rd, 11 il tu 6 and from 8 lo 10 pin.
There will bo contests lor iiftoniooii
ami ovoning, also a musical program
tar lie- evoning. Itelreshmeiits will
l.e served,   Admission 26c,
W A N T ED
WWTKD An enei'golic. w an,
-. ting or middle-aged, to act an
iigenl, Liberal commission, Apply
nl this Office.
\\' A NT KI)   A   vuu,ik   lulv   for
al 'Wc    \\    .'m-i.-, il huu-work.   Apply nl
THE MOLSONS BANK
It riiiinitnil liy Act ol Purllnmoiit, IS",.
HEAD OFFICE, - MONTREAL.
WM. MiiI.siin MAOI'IIKHSUN, Pies. S. II, I'WINCI, Viec-I'ics.
Jamuh Elliot, (leueral Mnnngei',
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything in way of bunking liuslnoss Iranuaclod wttliuiit un-
ncccsstti-y ilclny.
Interest crodlled twice a year at current rale* un Havings Hunk
deposits,
Ill-iVKLSTOKK,   H. (!.
W. II. PRATT, Manager,
>0-OO<K)-OO""0-O0-"<>0^
Men's
Hli-   Dili,
Tenders for ■. Lloanse to Cui Timber
,»n Dominion Lands In tho Province ni British Columbia
i i   .... I:    - ; Iro   oil InllidTIl r
H rlino- llrnncl    Dnimrl lit   ,,!  tlio
 Iini ii ,,,,.I,,i','- Toiiilnr
II,       N„   I,,    will lm rocolvoil ul
..    rim,        ■ nn W. I'..- iln,  tin
...   '.I  .   i..    fm   i   lli-.nli „ In cm
,    .... Ilnrtl   -,,.   i .   .-., in- In Hi,. Itnll
., I-  ,   I.., ..I ill i: li i I,Inn,I,in
,.,,. 1 ...     ..     it,    , i  Wc ' nl lliofltli
,1, md its, i IImj.1 .i . fiilli.vi   i In
, noncliiK  i, i irtilnl ,-,, i .,,„-   i ro.il, -i
mil.  ,i[, ,i;.| i,,.,;! in ilirocl -I. tunc., friini Its
..    ■  .        ,        h.... i. j nl Thnlioi
...      i    tmnni !! mllo   ,,, ilirocl
witln loe.ll nil     incli slilt,
,1 nt rialil „iii'l,■   n, Llio i-finnr-1
nl 1,1,11,,,,,.,,-   tin creol -..iilini ili- liorlli ...
it .it  ,.,■..'.   i I,   mum -a li ■
-,-.,! iii,,,,  ntirl.tr ivlilch . Ill will In,
ninl ,, ,, |,riiiio'l fiirn    nl loniloi  mil on
vnliiiai, nnil l,oiilitiilnoil .,t this Dopnrlmolil er
,1  tl lifen ,,( il,,-1 ...iv,, Tlmlioi U- nl
Mi i «.- tinlii "•' ll i .
Knot ii-i,,l„r  '  Iio   ,,-, is i li) nu
tci n|itorl riii'iu" iiii i cliHrlnrotl unnh In In nmi
nf tin, I■--[,.■ Iv ,.( Iim Mini-I„r,,f Uir InUTii.r.
fnr llm amriunl "I tlio faoinu »-l,,,-l, llicn|i|il!
cnnl i |,i„|,,r,..l,,, |,ni lot a liconso
N,, |,„,,l,,r l»y l„l„i-ri,|,l, Will In, l,l,U-rt:iilii"l
l'i;itl,!',V ii   KKYHK,
*,,.,.■ im
Dciiiirtmnnl nftlio [ntorliir,
(iinm-ii. Mnrcli Itltli, IIKI)
Keep in touch with this store,
Sir, and you won't have to take
what you can get, but you'll get
what you want. Business is
now at flood tide and that
means large choice, and with
that choice you don't pay a
copper more than the article is
actually worth We have everything in Men's and Boys' Toggery. When it is a question of
up to date Men's and J^oys' wear
COME   HERE
J. G. MCDONALD.

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