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 V
I .'   91
Parisian Cold Cream
T'ln- Itnsl i,'i,i,',li Ior mn riniKoiiess
„( Un- -ki '	
25 crs.   AND  BO cts.    PER   POT
MA [IK ANTi stll.ll (INLY HY
WALTER BEWS,Phm.B.
The Mail-
HAIR BRUSHES
00 Cents toS4.00 Each.
WALTER BEWS' Fhm.B
*■ ■  . \ ■ ii ... in..,i
Vol. 12.-No. 58
REVELSTOKE. B. C. MARCH
$2.50 Per Year
Mail
Order
Uept.
C. B. Hume & Co.
Write
For
Samples
LIMITED.
DEPARTMENT-STORE.
FISH
FOR THE LENTEN SEASON
Wc enn enter to your Fish Wuiils.   in this List you will
find something you want.
READ IT CAREFULLY,
Cod Fish, 2 lb. Hlocks 25o, per Hlock
Suit Herring, Labrad ,r 60o, per Dozen
Scotch Smoked Herring Mc. per Down
Kippered Herring  12,Jc. per Pound
Smoked Halibut  10c. per Pound
Finnan lluddio Hie. per Pound
Fresh Mackerel 26o. per Tin
Salmon," Silver Net" Hrands 2 Tins for 25c.
Red Salmon 20c. per Tin
Lobsters ,J lb, tins 2'ic, \ Hi. tins 85o,, 1 lb. tins Wc.
Sardines 10c., I'm . 20c. and 30c. per Tin
Reserved Bloaters  In Tins—2Bo.
Kippered Herring In Tins—25c,
Hurateriu Shrimp!, dry and wet pack per I'in—20c.
Pineal Anchovies p~r Tin—llie
Clams. Cove Oysters—I lb. and 1 lb. Tins.
Illtie Point Oysters—J Ib, and I Ih. Tins.
Boys' Knickers
Lion
Brand
MOTH MRS who are in trouble over Hoy's Knicbers should insist
upon having THE LION BRAND, They are made Irom nil-wool
Cloths, with double knees und double sewn seams.
Then, ngain. the Buttons ure put on in such a manner that they
cannot come oft'. Tbey nre n I'ltont Button, und cost three times ns
much as the ordinary kind.
The Pockits are a heavy drill and will wear.
Then the price is no higher than whnt you pay for trashy goods.
Don't you think you ought to
ask for the 'lion Brand ?"
SPRING
SKIRTS
Wc have e shipment of Spring Tweed Skirts that will interest you
—tbey arc beautiful goods, elegantly tailored, and they have been
pronounced by those who have Been them, to be perfect in fit
and tiiiish.   SEE THESE !!
I ..a A..s.*/%!ma We want you to see the mag-
LcLCG wUlCSlinS niliccnt display of Lace Our-
^mm tuiii8 in our House Furnishing
Department, These are Special Sample!, We want your order for
Spring Curtains,
DON'T   FORGET  OUR CHINAWARE   DEPARTMENT.
DltESSMAKINU AND HILL1NISBY—SKCOND FLOOR,
C.B. Hume & Co., Ltd
DEPARTMENT   STORE.
SHOCKING
FATALITY
Girl Killed at Nelson by Stove
Explosion.
The life ,,f ii bright littlo girl ended
tragically Sunday morning at Nelson,
suys the News, ns the lostill ol an
uccident, whioh though must unusual,
is never imp -s-ible under the circumstances thut havo prevailed in Nelson
and throughout Kootonay since lit -1
Friday,
Marie Josephine Stevenson, aged six
years and a (ow mont lis, daughter ol
Mr. nnil Mrs. Fred Stevenson, brother
and sister-in-law of M"s. Bongiird nnd
Mrs..I.Frusor.Mis-'itnd Mr.A.Stevenson
of Revelstoke, died as Ihe result of at)
explosion oiusotl by sioam in the hut
water cninpar!menl ol n stove, whicl
could not escape by (he pipes because
they were frozen,
Mr. Stevenson is in tlie employ of
C. 1'. R. telegraph maintenance department.
The family rose late Sunday morning. A lire was kindled at once in thc
large kitchen stove. It was very cold
and the lire was constantly fed in un
effort to heat the room. The childri li
meantime gathered rt und the stove to
get early benefit ol the heat.
The water in the stove was dozen,
hut the ice quickly melted wilhoul
damage and the generation of steam
begun nnd increased rapidly, Unloit-
unntely it did not occur to any member ol the family to see whether or nol
tbe pipes were frozen, lu the event il
proved that liny were and the steam,
generated by tlie quickening beat, had
no natural vent, but was confined to
tho small area ol the water compartment.
Mr. Stevenson wus out of the kitchen at the time, but Mn. Stevenson
and (he children were gathered round
the stove, little Mamie standing directly in front ol it. The sound of
boiling water and Bteani could be
heard hut il conveyed no warning, as
it hud not occurred to any ot them
that its escape by the pipes wai
prevented.
Suddenly the force of the steam
expansion liecume too great to be
longer confined, and the whole fronl
of the stove was blown out with great
force.
The unfortunate child wns directly
in iti path. She was hurled to the
opposite wall, the fragments of hot
iron fulling nn her breast, nnd lay
unconscious.
Dr. Hull was summoned uml ro
■ponded at ' nee. He found poor
Mamie linoolisolous nnd almost pulseless, her breast seared and bruised
through her dross by the iron of the
Btove. From tl.e beginning there was
little hope. Everything wusdonetbiit
medical skill could devise to promote
respiruti n, but tbe heavy blow directly over the solar plexus hud almost
paralyzed the action ol the heart.
For over three hours the doctor and
the parent ministered but the child
lay still unconscious uud almost lifeless Shortly alter noon Dr. Hull left
promising to return within an hour.
In a lew minutes then Minnie begun
to move uud soon recovered conscious
ness. The parent's hopes revived und
they stood beside her to offer any
possible aid, The child spoke but
little, describing her pain, and even
declaring that she was about to die.
She asked for a glass of wnter. Her
father got it and she drank it. Immediately alter she again swoumed.
Another urgent message was sent to
Dr. Hall. He hurried to the bouse at
once, but the lile of the little sutl'erer
was already extinct.
Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson have the
tympttliy of the whole community in
their sad bereavement. Several members ol the family left Revelstoke to
attend the funeral.
'banking.
Shareholders ol the Imperial Bunk
tare been notified that in future divi-
leiuU will le declared quarterly. It
| is also pointed out that as the bank's
annual meetinvs will in the future lie
held the fourth Wednesday iu May,
instead of on the third Wednesday in
June, it will be necessary to end the
financial year on the 80th of April.
Tlienoxt dividend thereloro to be declared will Is1 lor the two inonlliB end-
um April 30, Thereafter dividends
will lie paid quarterly on August 1,
November 1, February 1, and May 1,
DOMINION ESTIMATES
!$30,000 for Columbia  River
Improvements.
Ottawa, March 111.—The estimates
were presented to the'House Insl nighl
and total sixty-seven million Among
Ihe items are ItliprOVOmOlltS Oil the
North Tl ipson river, Ifi 000; Columbia river Improvements al Revelitoke $80 000.
NAKUSP.
Kriati Our Own Corroarionilont,
On Saturday evening about 5:80
lire broke out in the prohibited pari
of the town. At the time a fierce gale
was blowing and the three bouses were
SOon a mass ol llnmcs, whioh at one
time threatened to destroy 1'. Atiricl's
hall mitt the. Government olliee, bul
the citizens turned out, worked like
trojaiis und confined the lire to the
houses. Only one house wns occupied
and the inmates saved all their personal effects.
T. Abriel wishes to thank those who
assisted to save his building.
Thus. Sullivan spent a lew days in
Revelstoke.
Win. Hay ward, who hits been in tho
employ of the Y. C. L. Co., here for
nearly ten years, bus severed bis connection with the Co.
Rev. D, K. Allan held service on
Monday evening at Fire , iilloy.
,- —raL-sj -1 .n;. i a...... iftasajojfflaa
Bourne Bros.
Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Harness, Hay, Flour. Feed
nm sales ol ijl IK EH HHA.VD canned ri-ullsnnd vegetables
Incieasu dally, The) nre the mil) llrnt grade ennned uoods In Revel-
sliikomul | pie mil lm.- ihem.'
Brandon Flour $2.75 per 100 lbs. Creamery Butter In bulk
28c. per Ib.   Try our toe. Teas and Fresh Ground Coffees
MCKENZIE AVE., REVELSTOKE
FIELD.
J. McNaught Burned Out.
The At Home given by the Ladies
Aid, last Thursday, was a complete
success. The hall was well filled and
all expressed themselves as having
enjoyed a very pleasant evening. Tho
games afforded much lun, and tho
programme wns choice. The puts
taken by W. H. Humphreys were
especially well received.
Just ut 110(111 on Tuesday u lire broke
out in the house occupied by Jus.
McNaught. Tbe strong wind Irom
the enst seemed to make it. probable
that all the buildings on the street
west of Hub would be lost. Soon.
however, hose was laid Irom n C.I'll.
hydrant and a good stream wns playing upon the fire, It was too late to
save the building, but by the splendid
work of Ihe men the lire wns kept
from extending furl her.
The men nil did their part, but perhaps it was Mr. Lynes more thun nny
othor who saved the situation, l'he
sympathy ot the community ic with
Mr. und Mrs. McNaught in their loss.
Tbey are going to live for the presi nt
in thc hiiitse lately occupied by Tom
Martin.
Miss Lily Chase, ol Sbuswnp, spent
u few dnys in town lust week us the
guest of Mrs. Lynes.
W. Taylor, carpenter, is ongngod nl
present making some important alterations in the interior of the Mount
Stephen house.
GRAND-FORKS.
Kriati «.u r dm'i rroiixiiiilont.
The lumber industry is going to be
very brisk here this summer. I'etei
Genelle, of Cascade, who is one ot the
Yalc-Coluinliin Lumber Co.'s managers, has just got, a contract, for
1,,'11(1,111111 leet for the enlargement nl
the smelter nt Greenwood.
Boundary smelter is making large
Improvements,
.The C. I*. It. uro busy building sidings to suit the smelter companies,
There is talk of the Great Northern
coming up Irom Midway with u branch
line into that part of the country, As
far us I ciiu lenrn Greenwood people
are advocating the thing to make
cheap rates.
There are n number of now developments in around Greenwood but the
C. P. R, Rectus to have got awakened
up and aro now seeking to goin in-
llucncc by making an early start at
improvements.
St, Patrick's Concert, March 17th.
The programme is made up ol readings, rooitatlons, vocal nnd Instrumental music by the best loe.nl laloiit.
Fancy drills by girls in costume it
special feature.   Don't miss it.
Real Estate for Sale.
$2350.   I'Tno 2 story dwelling nn McKenzie Avenue, must I,,- sold this week
Tin- llrsl real simp of ibe -,■,- ui,
$300o.   Now 2 tlnry dwelling, * rooms, stone fouiidiitinn, every modern
ciinvenleiicc.
$3000.   Km- U stori   Iw,-llm-. nil  lorn improvements, g 1 lawn, shade
trees, fencing, slnbliiig, ntc., Second Street,
$28oo.  \,-« U story dwelling, nil modern conveniences including furnace,
Loltind a huh. fencing, Second SI i.
$26oo.  Same lis the insl mentioned, hul no furnace.
$2350.   I'm- 2 story lion-,- nn Second Si t.,-,|| conveniences.   This i* n
good buy.
$85o.   Five-room Cottage, ot) fool corner iol. wood shed, fencing, etc
$5rjo.   One-room Cottngoon Eighth Street, 50foot lot.
We have money to loai any of th,- abovo properties and good terms
can be in-ranged.
We represenl lb,- Revelsloke Lund Company, having forsnle residential
1,,!.* in ilu- besl pari of the city. Lot- can be purchased on easy terms of
payment, monthly, quarterly, or seuil-unniially.
REVELSTOKE INSURANCE AGENCY, Ltd.
E.  J.  BOURNE,
Boots ci Shoes, Men's Furnishings. Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
The British Parliament—Plot
Against King ol Italy—An
Awful Hurricane in South
Seas.
[HY TKUSailAl'll]
London,   March   14.—The oloiuri
was applied in the Commons Insl
night to ond ihe fiscal dcli-iic, and ihe
motion declaring ngaiiiBt protection
was carried by 171 votes to 118,
King Edward has Invited Mr ami
Mrs, Loiigworlb to be guests at Buckingham l'alace iu June.
ROMH, March I-I — A   prisoner  in  il
jail Infirmary here bus i fessed thnt
Anarchists concocted ll plot In kill
the King of Italy on the tooiision of
Inaugurating the Millun Exhibition on
April IH.
Auckland, N.Z., March 14—Additional details of n hurricane nml liilnl
wave that devastated the Society
Islands place the damage at a million
uud the loss of life at about 101).
Scleral glands totally disappeared.
St. Pktkiisburo, March 11—Ollicers
ol the lint regiment of the ni'tillory
guards resigned in a body upun receiving order to gu lo tho Baltic
provinces tu help in the pacification
ol tho country.
Canton, Maroh 14—The leiv'or of
the rebels who attacked tho Missionaries' house at Futi, has boon beheaded.
Toronto, March 14—A. M. Fisher
and Wallace Lnut, newspaper mon,
nro fugitives Irom justice. Both are
charged with stealing the g voriiinent's
documents which were published in
local newspapers.
Halifax, March 11—lion. Angtii
McMillan, Iho grand n'd man ul
Prince Edward Island, died last night
aged 89,
Peurvoi'HAI.IS, I'u., March 11—Because of damage to property by a
charivari party Inst nighl, II. J. Moss-
bury Ihis morning swore out warrants
for the arrest of forty of the town's
molt prominent young men. Four
hundred shots were fired during the
disturbances and live sticks of dynamite were exploded near the house.
Vant'ocvkk. Marc! 14—Hundred
Thousand Club was formally organized here lust night, nml will advertise British Columbia generally.
Ottawa, Maroh l-L—The House
onl) sat for u low hours yesterday.
Hon. Mr. Emerson said Hn- Intercolonial would soon he n paying
proposition.
ARROWHEAD
Community Startled by Shocking Suicide.
From our own corrcsnonilonl.
F, Freeing relumed Monday from
Spokane, Wash.
Mrs. fiightburno enlertnincd u
number ,,f young | ooplc in honor of
Miss Hub)- Kennedy, who loll Monday
for Trout Lake, where her parents
have been living lor somo time.
P, Wbiilcn, who lias been on the
sick list for a week or more, Is very
much Improved in health.
.1 Kelly wa* takotl ill Willi a severe
attack 11 pneumonia. He is in lite
hospital here nml Is now doing well.
Mr. und Mrs, Campbell have moved
into their new  residence.   Mr.  Now-1 ^***********************A*****A*AA*AAAA*AA^^^» /
mnn litis taken the house vacated  by
Mr, Campbell.
A shocking suicide wns committed
here Inst Sunday afternoon, ll ap
pears Hint the unfortunate man
whose name was Lund, lately came
out ul n logging camp with his winter's earnings, and, like tunny another,
fell a victim tn gambling, Alter
losing his money he liooilllio (lis
traded und throw himsell Into tho
lake, llis body has not yet been
recovered. Is there no authority in
Arrowhead to protect tills weaker
minded   cluss   from   the   grin!    ol
professional gamblers''.
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
Capital Authorlwd,$4,000,(300   Capital Paid Dp,$3500,000,   Rest, 13500,000,
Road Office, Tokonto, Ontario,
"Branches iu thu Northwest Territories, Manitoba, Oni trio and ijuobec.
And tlie following Points in British Columbia: Cranbrook, Gulden.
Nelson, RovolstoIce,Trou| Lake Arrowhead, Vancouver and Victoria.
T. it Mbbmtt, Preaideut,       D. K. Wilkib, VicoPresldeul n\AOouerai Manager,
Bi Hay, Aislfttaul General Manage^   W, MoppaTjI tnef InsKcinr.
Kevelstoke Branch, It. C—A General Banking Business Transacted
SavftlRfl n»|iiiriiin.«iit   I.P|M»-it- Received and Inteio-i Allowed.
Drafts sold available in all parte of Canada, United States nud Bo rope.
specie! alteration given to r.,1!-.",'.,' \. g, Phipps, Manager
THE MOLSONS BANK
IncorrnratotJ bj Act,,( Parliament, 1833.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. Molson MacI'UEHSdx, Pies. S. II. Ewiso, Vice-Prei,
.l.i.iii-:- Elliot, General Manager,
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything In way ol bunking business transacted without unnecessary delay.
I uteres! credited twice a yew ul
d'' IU,
.-lit   III
W. II. PKA'fT, Mntiiiti
err,
Savings Hank
HcvKi.-roia', H. C.    j
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STOCK-TAKING CASH SALE
Tn reduce our large stock we will give mosl
LIBERAL DISCOUNTS FOR CASH
Howson's Furniture & Carpet Store
I'leasOS every smoker—the "Msrcn
Vuelta."
Alahitstiui', Murillo, uiul a good sup
ply ol palntB, oils, brushes, elc, nt
Hoiirne Bros,
»«'.t' 'X' 't' 'S1 'X' 'X' 'I' 'I' 'X1 'X1 'I' 'X' 'X1 'I' 't' 'X' 'X' 'T' 'X» 'X' 'X' 'X' 'It1 'X' *
> ALUMINUM GOODS AT COST'
Have  vou (ivei-looked  nm< iilfer nl  English   Enamelled
nnd Steel Wnre?   Ill our stock ol   M.I'MIN'l'M i.iiolis.
SAUCEPANS, TEA KI-. ITI.I-:.\ , o.
Ho you think that »,- ndvortlsu ,llih merchandise at cost
only to bring you Inlo the Stun- and sell nt lb,- game old
ni-lce?   NOT \ HIT!   COME IN IND SEE I!
Whon we -ty tolling al cost, ive mean at cost,
Every inei-eliani overstocks iii   some lines  anticipating
liicgoi-bitilliess, and we have .1 nilinbei ol enamelled ami
steel Saucepans, Ten Kettles and Aluminum Kitchen Utensils which inn*i go to make room for New Spring Ooodi,
During 0111 Stock-Taking Season these g 1* mil be offered
al ('0*1 Price.
$ Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
SM.iil Order-i Promptly attended to,        P.O. Box 181.}        j,
lttl|llllltlltlllll|ll|lltlllll|ll|ll|ll$lltlltll})l|ll|lllll$lllll|^$l^ Till*: MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
■Ibe toatl-teralo. SILVER DOLLAR
I', I LISHKli WEDNESDAY   Wl' 8ATUI1
ll.VY AT
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
SUBSCRIPTION   RATKS.
Ineluling po-laj-o lo Knglunil, I nlli'il Suites
i        .- irIthroushpostolllct-] «■-'.«'
Hall .   LSI
,, ■■ " . i.rxi
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Legal noil nl    tuts per I  llrsl liwirtlnii,
■:.--1.. r line en ii mlisi iiiient Insertion.
M. ,--.:■ -:,,: ■  Son|inrlel lis linos make one
Sum    il tl   gi'i I'tnl I", -- nu
.:,-. -.- ,1  |n i  Inch i" i iiiuiiit,.
1 'red pr. : I              i >   i" r   ,',-ni.   mill,  III 'i    Mi im - nnil In.nli-.
, , I li .Ml mlvcrtlso tils
. ttoihi .:, oval ol Ilu luiinngi inaiil,
tt intod mil Cm   - ,.-"1 Ailvi'iTlsuini'iils!
a ii ' ' Help tt'unlisl, S Ions
- ■ .,- in.    Voi ant,    I-" liur.
',|. : ...  ■ tt'nnluil   i   .,",'1- or
......    i-ai-h additional Hue in   mils,
i   ,- ,■■- in stall ling ii,li,-i-ii-,-i,,,-ii'- iiiu-l
:■ -., ,,. in. lin-ili;  mil Ki iln; ol
. . i. ivi, k -...,., nro good display.
J HI PRINTING promptl) i kcoulodnl rouson-
. .,- rates,
1KK5I.* Cut,  Subscriptions pnynblo In nd;
I in,--.
• "1:i:K.-|'iiN|iKNiT: Invltod on inniii-r- pi
I :-■:,.  Inn '■ -:.  i'i'iiiiiiniiii-.,'i,'ii- !,, I.,li-
i.r   1:'.-'    I".    ,,-, ' -I'i |.,Ii ,,,l    III    inline   1,1
writer, not ni—aril) for publlciilioii, bu!
,. .mm ■ .- olgood faith, Correspondence
-m.m: bo brief.
ml nice giileiin i'lnl grey  copper  is
sh, wing tip,   Ihe load is  about   two
ii ei in width and curries
will pay u good prollt,
n Inch
T. PAGE,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Galena in  bunches uf apparently ,, , ..
,,,,,, , ,    ,   Hepiili's In Htiols and Shoes, Harness,
good grade is  now  ucaiirmg  in  UiO|    Harry Logonand partner nre i«iek|      Belling, etc., pruuiptly made
NOT I CM
J)
It.   MORRISON,
DENTIST,
i liii, in
IHE NEW  LAWHF.NI K HLOCK,
M'Kiii/n' Avenue.
H
ARVKY, McCARTER
AND l'lNKUAM,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, KTC
Omens:  hiniiiu. Hank Hlock,  Hkvki.-
STIJK)., 11. C.
Monet to loan.
Dili,,-: Revolstoko, H,Ci Kurt .-lei-lc, H. (.'.
Gun. S. Mrl'.IHIKIl,
A. 11    1'ISKU.IM. J. A, HillVBV,
Revelstoke, B. C, FortStcolo Il.C
s
.1, M. Scott l.l..11. W. I. llrlggs,
CUTT   AND   BRIGGS
Barristers, Soi icitors, Etc.
Money to Loan
MU.Il ITtIRS FOR MOLSONS  BANK
First Street,
Kevelstoke,  B.I'.
E
DWARD A. HAGGEN,
Minimi Engineeh,
(Mem. American InaUtuto Mining Knglnoors)
Canadian Mining Institute,)
Revelstoke, IJ. U,
Examination of nnd reporta on Mineral Properties a Specialty.
Agent for Canadian Metal Company, buyers
of zinc and silver-lead ores.
/.::., and «llver-leftd mines purchased, or operated under lease nnd bond,
Financial Assistance given owners and proa-
pi ■ :- tooperatc and develop
approved properties,
tbe fltelUfteralb
■ I wo tld  .  . . earnestly advise them for
their good to onlt-r this paper to bo punctually
:-.. I :;. ,: I lo bi ll okod upon ii* il part nf
-.: •  -.-., ,','.lll'ilj,-.'- AI'M-oN.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH II. 1906
INDISCRIMINATE IMMIGRATION
We c nsider it i- high lime llie Dominion Government took steps to
prevent Canada being made the dumping ground ol the scum ot the earth.
Men ,ind women of good character,
enjoying sound health, and likely to
make good citizens cm In- welcomed
with safety, C.'. there appears to be a
tendency in Britain to dump into
Canada what an old Crimean officer
described a* "the scrapings of hell
and ■ i Newgate." The immigration
of people of that class must be a bad
thing :' : tbe I1 iminion,
An tl • r feat ire of foreign policy
with which we ,', ■ m t sgtee is the
t:! rt made by the Dominion Government .,1 high ■■ si I ■-:.- urage immigration from all parts if Europe,
Many I the :' reignera bo introduced
are anything but a credit to the country tnd public •:. neys used to bring
in such peo].- ire «. rse tii in wasted,
Thi G vi rnmenl ill ild :■ 11 eml 11
that y. mg Canaditnl an . (ing -.;
wh ■■-- • : :. ■ in the future,
The  .: •■ :■ iti   I I.'      gei  riitioni
:-.::• !    .-    .■      IS those
.:' tl • 11 .-■■ nl    Tl - I : iu   -■ ■•■ - -
t ; ij .--.ij ing •: ■   ..    ii eck-
:••«• ;: igrtti :. | lie) Ild I
ih I profit bj •.. ■ |di The
I'i iti : -: ill • .- ,' .--' lorced I - il
it- I ri to any I il deib l.le in
gr inti .,:.: Cam may I the
tttble I ' perl tp« e ■ Il ,- too
late. There ii no weightier , tciti i
deserving ti., contideration of thi
people ol Canada.
We congratulate the Rod and Gun
Club -ti the • nergetic way in which
tbey are getting down to business.
There it a big and useful Held ol work
before the new oreanisation, who can
do much t' make tin Revelstoke district :i. n atti ictive lor the people
win, live in it. as well a.* lor tourist-
and visitors, and we -i-h them nil
success in the work which they aro so
heartily undertaking.
A curioui anomaly in the financial
administration i* that while the Dominion Government have required the
banki lo collect and export Ami rican
silver coins thii coinage has nm been
replaced by Canadian silver with tho
result tlmt the bnnki are hampered
for want ol Canadian silver money lo
take the place ol American.
south drill mi ibe Silver Dollar nnd
sen ml I ,n- of Ihe stub" have been
Blacked on tin- (Iuinp. Ill tbe norlli
drill tlie i|iiniTz is improving with
every shift, These drills ure lieing
run on il,,. iniissivc qUiuT/. lead which
i- over im feel across ill lho poinl ol
inti iM-eiioii ul Hn- crosscut tunnel,
the drifts being largo, roomy tunnels
eiglil (eel wido and suvon leel high:
the South one i* now in 80 feel ami
the Tit li" feet.
A lurgo quantity ol iron Is apparent
in ihe ,|u,i!/., and it shlpnionl ul
temples from across tho fnco ol the
bad which wn* recently forwarded to
Iniliiiiiiipiili* yielded mi average value
of |H per Ion in cold, In actual mill
lest it is conservatively admitted that
at leasl 60 por conl of Ibis value can
be figured ,,n, or, iu oilier words, thnt
i(4,50 per ton will bo yieldod by every
ton ol on- treated in tlie stnmpinill,
This, ol course, is only the gold .values, and if we mid to t Lis tlie othor
Villus, sueh ns silver, lend, etc., which
will be retained in the f rm -1 concentrates, the returns yielded will be
largor by about |2 per ton. Taking
inlo consideration the massive bodies
of ore available it is at once apparent
that the Silver Dollar husii prosperous
career boforo it.
A huge area of sloping ground is
afforded by the lad Hint the workings
are at a depth ol Ull feet, the drifts
being run along the hanging wall,
When tho ore in the drifts is exhausted
which will not be for some time as the
leads run the entire length ol the
properties, it shall, will be sunk on the
vein nnd deeper levels opened up,
The slampmill is being hauled in
sections from Benton to Cnnihorno,
bill will not he Iukill lo the mill i 11
Mohawk creek, a distance ol (our miles
irom Camborne, until the biiow lms
disappeared ns somo ol the pieces arc
very heavy, one weighing four Ions,
The mill is ol Hie Men-alls rysteni,
consisting ol six stamps each with an
individual mortar, crushers and a
Chilian mill. It is claimed by Ihe
makers lhat. the mill will Irral from
Hill to 125 Ions per day ol 'Jl hours,
The right ol wny lor the tramway,
which will bo of lho nerial type, is
nearly completed, tho longth of lho
line from mine lo mill being nearly
7,000 feet. Tin- Hume Hue is graded
an I mosl of the lumber lor its o instruction is distributed along Ibe
grade, The Hume i* 84x80 inches in
si/c anil when completed will bo 3,200
leet in length, through which water
from Mohawk creek will be conducted
to give energy to the I'elton wheels
that will in turn supply motive power
to the stampmill, compressor, , tc,
When theso improvements are
completed and the machinery set in
motion, that the Silver Dollar will
amply repay the Elwood Tinworkers
Gold Mining Company and prove
worthy of the trust reposed in it there
is every indication.—Miner.
LEAD'MINING
Has a Bright Outlook,
A paint and oil   man   in   Spokane
his   been   telling   the   pi   |
lead  will  s on  lee  ti n   cents
pound.
If tin..-, ■;,-,- _• - ason n '- tin   ■
industrial   activity   through ul   ' i
United States, says the Sandon  11 i
Ing Standard lead trill certainly
t" prohibitive heig ts      List
thi    ll ■:. Uld A i- ■
ty ol tl I   mines
-• ,'■ - d r - ip| I       N
tl up, and
lema itrncl       purposes
v i 11 be very kei        I
■ •  ,    . • ... lead mines  i the Stan -
demand th it they uill i  '
ible to keep up v
.   . -,nl!      -. ■■ g o'l    ,']   |i
tii- United St ttes wi ■ ■•■ l tn
into the -. Id - n - tei its supply
ol lead
Lead is a   111 Ing    Hum   is  in
sharp demand, and the dry ore miners
in tho States aro feeling its scarcity
keenly, Prices (or smelting lend ore.
ovor thore h ive (alien to very low
figures, while tho coming soaion
promises to see nmoltlng tied
wiped "in altogether, and ovi n n pre in
i ti ii i will   be   paid.     Compotili s
pr mused to the Load Trust and ibis
will sharpen tho demand, li vill it ■ -1
the load |ii",|,b' all over tho Stati -,
Canada   and   Mexico   looking   (or
I'l'l.v-
THE MINES.
tin. I..IIIUIAT.
Ed, Mobbl, of (lerard, has   lienil  do
ing some good work on Canyon creek.
'lb,- tunnel li mnv in about 100 loot
CAMBORNE
Clean Up on the Eva,
The Evil clean up for February wiib
$4,300, Bill f,,r a shut down owing
to damage l" tho Hume, the amount
ivoiilil have been $5,000, the largest
yield of the year.
Wallace Dickinson has accepted Ihe
position a* walking boss for the
Arrowhea I Lumber Co.
RAIL AND STEAMER.
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THE CITY EXPRESS
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,
•lc, to nny purl of llie Cily.
Any Kind of Transferring
Undertaken.
TELEPHONE NO. 1.
Coal at Cost
Being overstocked with
Halt Coal I can give consumers n bargain,
For Two Weeks
I  will supply conl, delivered
At $7.75 per ton cash
Rush In your orders.
J. C. Hutchison.
al Rapid orook working nn their pro-! Nexl Alhlin's Jewelry Store, MelCon-
IH'I'lios tllCI'O. j /,i-   Avenue, ltl-v.-lsli.k.-.
The losses o| the Five L'uilliigO
adjoining the Silver Cup are putting
in initio good work this winter, Good
ore was one illlltcrcd In Ilu shaft. Tlie
work now consists of ci'ossouttlug nttl
dopth ol about 200 feot.—Review.
Silver has dropped to (12 5-8cuts,
the lowesi price since lust lull,
rut:  MAMMOTH
Development is being pushed on the
Mammoth, Hie new main working
adil boillg iu 23U leet. Tlie crosscut
tunnel has been connected with the
main tunnel, the crosscut lapping It
at I'll leet from ils pot'tal. A body of
Oiirbonatos II inches in width hits been
eucottnlc.eil iii the main tunnel, nud
tho character of the ground is changing with promise of nn ore body in the
Immediate vicinity. Fifteen ti ns ol
ore that was gotten out last summer
lui.* been rnwliiiled down the mountainside and tnken to Boston from
whence it will be shipped to the
smeller at Trail. S, L. Williams is
foreman.—Miner.
MILL TO UK INSTALLED.
Word has been received from M. U.
Gortner, manager ol the McMlnnville
Mining Co., that work will be resumed
on the company's property ns soon ns
the sumv hns disappeared sufficiently
Tho company has also purchased a
Barrel! mill of an entirely different
type from those in common use here,
the mill consisting of a large jaw
crusher and a scries of rolls, which it
is claimed will give satisfactory results
on the ore of the MoMinnvillo group,
The mill iseunipiictnnd but a Irnction
of the weight of a stump mill, and
will most likely he shipped to tho
property this spring, It is understood
that the company will install nn electrical plant in the vicinity of Pool
creek, from which electricity will be
conducted tu the pro-petty (or power
and lighting purposes.—Miner.
The output of the Crow's Nest collieries lor the week milling March 2nd
wns 111,700 l-uis, or n daily average ol
3,205 tons, compared with 18,1 IU tons,
average 3,019 tons, lust year.
NOTICE
rriCE is hereby given that thirty day**
afterdate wo Intond to apply to tho Hon.
Chlof Commissioner of Lauds nnd Works fur n
special license tu ml nnd carry away Umbel"
from the following doscribod lands in Hie I)U<
trlctof Woit Kootenay i
1, Commencing at a past markod "Arrowhead
Lumber Co., Md. North-west corner post" plantod
near the ninuth of Deep Creek near tho short- of
Upper Arrow Ltiks: tlioneosnnth 80 chains: thenco
oast 8*11'liuins; thenco north sn cliiiins; tlionco wosl
su cliiiins tn the point of commoncoment.
■•. Commencing at a pout markod'"Arrowhoad
UmberCn,, Ltd. North-wesl corner post' plnntcil
", limit 100 chains south fnnn tin*  th nl llnp
Creek whoro It empties Into Upper Arrow Luke;
tlionco Bontli 80 chnlns; thence oast 80 chains;
thence mirth 80chains; tlionco wosl 80 chains tn
tin* point nf commencement.
Dated this 7th day of March, A. I)., 1000,
AKUOW1IKAD liUMIfKU CO., LTD.
NOTICE.
ix thi; matter of an application
|    (in III,' issue nfil ,lll|llii-nl,' ill llll- I'l'llilii-.-lll'
nlTltlo t„ Pari 17.1 1,','t In; 1!0(cot) ol l,nt 1142,
ttruupl, ia tin-,list tilt ,,f Kootenay.
NOTICE IS IIBltl'inv OIVKN liiul it is my
Intention io is*n,- alter llio oxplratlon „( „iii-
ni,,mh (ihui tin. lii-i |,ni,li,-nli,ni liorool ailuplt
eatoot Hi,, Celt id,nli' nf 'Title to the above lands
in Hn' nanio ol James Anson Magoo, which Certificate i* ilnii'il Um mli ilny nl August, 1001,anil
nuiiilioreii .',:i-!A.
"II. V. MicLEOD."
Uml Uoglatry Office, Nelmm II. U,,
District Registrar,
Isl, ilnrcli, nmi. aji8
rs OTICE
VTOTICE is hereby given that HO days
i.\ after date wo Intend to apply to the Honorable tlio Chief Commissioner uf Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and carry
away timber from the* following doscrfbea
Unas, situated In Wosl Kootonay Dlstrioti
CcHiimeiieing at a post marked "II, Myth and
C. B. Kirk's s mth cast corner post,' planted on
the »hnre of Mosquito Lake, tlience west80 chains,
thence north 80 ehains, thence east so clmins,
thence south along lake shore to point of commencement.
BERT Ml.vsil.
C. 11.  KIHK,
Dated 17th Feb. 1008,
NOTICE
VTOTU E i- hereby given thnt, 30 days after
,\      '.   .v.. intend to apply to tie Honorable
pit i nmrnlssloner *>f Lands nnd Works
ie 'u cul nnd carry i.way tini
bor from the following doscribod land: :-
.    Start :.-■ al a post marked "Y.C.L, Co.'a
.. -■ east ■■ rnor post,"  planted at a point in
nl the  N;irji-i' ;i'"l blocan Ry.,
■■■ ,'eeu  the 8 a id 9 mile boards, beside H.
rtl -wesl corner, thenco wosl 40chains,
-     .■    v  ,-!.., -,., oasl 120 chains, north
 ■   •■ ns, nortli 40 clmins to
■ ■■ icemeul
Startl ■- posl marked "V C L, Co.'s
rnei  post,    p anted nta paint so
•cation and H   Irwin's
the Nakuspand
■- - and '* mile boards,
i   .    ■■ ist 160 chain-, south
■ ; • ":"i. bo chains, west
-. ; ■ ancemenl
THK TALK * OLUHBIA LUMBER CO,
ii.r  Jan. :*nl. 1006.   l-r3m28
Ml
If
Our Registered
Trade Mark.
Wh Overall!   lee
thai    - -■-.  beat this i tliel,   ll is
piality.   .   ,
I) 'Buck
Brand" L'nion  innde,   by
- -    men   and  .1
If] ' '     '•',       I        .' |l',
hie o, ik. ■ hi oi. They nre
in.iiiiil'.i tlll'od hy the |e ,,,,-,-,
oi,,-,1 lllltHl ll'l "I I In-
well. Ink for "Buck Brand"
Overall  and I ike no ntliors   ,   .
I
Wm. J, McMaster A Sons
1 rr*,
MANUFACTURERS
VANCOUVER,    n    c.
rviUTiCK IS HKIIKHY QIVKN that ibirlv
i\ ilnj's aftor dato 1 intend io apply io thu
I'bii'f l 'iiininissiiiiuT nf I-iituU and works fur a
special licenso lo oul nnd curry away timbor
from iln*followingdoeorlbeil lands:—
1. Comniotioiug at u nnst iiliiuted about ono
iiiiln mi iicii'thurly nide id Itnrk ('rouk und admit
two lllilos I'min WOSt batik nf Cnloinbiii rivcil
and iii.ntuil '('. P. Lindiiiark's enmor post,'
tliuucu wast IfUl chains, tboiici) iinrlh 4il cliiiins
thonco oust ItK)chains, tnence south *Wcluiitisti
Ijihnt id i-iioiiooiicuiiuint.
Dated 10th day or Fobruary, nwi.
2. Coininoticiiitf ill a post plantod ubout one
mile from east bank uf rulinnliiii river, soutli
from Ibirkj 1'uint nnd marked "C I*. Lind-
innrk'i cornor post," thence oust 4n ehalus,
thonco south PiO chains, tbuncu west 40 cliaiiu,
thonco north i*'j| chuinito point or oommeiioo'
mon 11
it. Commouolng nt a poBt planted about one
mllo and a half from thoeaBt bank of Columbia
river, south from Hncky Point and marked
"C, I*, Liudmark's cornor post," thence oust in
clmins, thence .south PHI cluiiih, thence wosl 10
clmins, thence north 100 clmins to |K)lul id euni-
moncomeuti
Dated 1'Jth day of Pobruary, l«k».
l. Commonolug at"(', P. Liudmark's cornor
noBt, I'liinii'd ono mile and half frum wost
diinl, uf Columbia rivor, boluw 18-mile rapids,
iIiimii-h wc'-t su ohnlns* tlionco north80ehalus,
thoneo oast 80 chains, tlioiicn sooth SO chains tu
puini of oommoncomont.
Dntod 13th Pobruary, 1906.
Ti. Commenolng al a oust marked "('. K
Lindnmrk's cornor post,' mid plaiitnd Imlf a
miln from south bank c i lib: Eddy Crook,
about two milos and iii|in,r|or frum Colnmliin
river, Ihenco south Hti chains, laoncowost 80
chains, thenco north 80 ohnlns. thenoo oast SO
clmins tu point nf conimeneomfliit.
il. CnnimonciiiK nt a post mnrknd "('. P,
Liudmark's enrtior pusl," nliintod nn the south
bank uf llie Kddy Crook, about two milos nnd a
half frum Columbia river, tlionco south III
ehains, thnnco wost 100 chains, thoneo north 40
chains, Ihence oust 160 chains to point of com-
meiieoment.
7. Commonolng at n i»ist marked "C. P,
Lindmark'. enmor oust," planted about ton
ehains frmu tbo south bank uf Hig Eddy Crnnk,
admit half a milo from Columbia rivor, thenco
40 chains south, thonco 100 chains wost, tlionco
40 chains iiurlh, thonco 100 chains oast, to point
uf commoncomont.
l>»tori this 15th day uf Fobrunry, llWtl.
s, Commenolng at a post mnrknd "('.P.
Linrtmark's cornor post, planted two milos
frum oast bank uf Cnlumbiii rivor, smith from
Itucky Point, thoneo running east 40 chains,
thonco South 100 clmins, thenco wost40 clmins,
thonco north 160 ohains to point nf cmnmonco-
mont.
Dntod 12th day of February, 1006.
in 21
CIIAltLEH F. LINDMARK,
"NOTICK
NuTICKiribt't'elivglren thnl sixty ilnys afler
-Lit"' I Intend to apply in the Hon. chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
in mirchaso tbe fnllnwiim described lands fur
pastoral purposed, same lielnc situated near
OalonaMay, aiUolnlng Lots B«6, 7044 and 788,
described as follows;
Commonolng at the sonth-easl cornor of Lui
■-M4."., thence north In iiiirlh-cast enrner nf Lot
2446, thence east40cbains, then •(* south sn eluiins
tn l.nl 71)44, tbenee wesl  ID  chains tu  point of
commencement.
T. LUDQATK.
Pehnmry 20, iihhi. 142 ap 28
NOTICE.
VfOTKIE is hereby given thnt thirty day
]\ after dato wo intend to npidy to the Chlof
Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for special
licenso to cut aud carry away timber from lho
following doscribod lands situate in West
Kootonay district :
Location 1. -Commencing at a pest marked
"llerl llhth's Nintb-west Corner Post," planted
iiboiil 2J miles nortll-oast of Mnsiplilo Lake;
thoneo oast sn chains; tlience smith Si) eleiiiis;
tlience west 80 chains; tlience nortli sn chains jo
point uf commoncomont,
Location 2,—Commencing at a post marked
"lleW Blyth's North-east Corner 1'nst," planted
aboul 2M miles north-east of Mosquito Lake;
thonco south 100 chains; tbenee west 40 chains;
thence north 160 chains; thence east 40 [chains to
point uf commencement,
HERT IJLYTII.
February 0th, iwhi. M-17
NOTICE.
Vf OTICE Is horoby given that, 30 days aftor
ll duto, 1 iutond tn apply to the Chief Com-
misslonor of Lands nnrt Works foraspocial
licenso tu cut and curry away timber frum the
following described lands situutod on wost
slope of Halfway Crook running into Arrow
Lake in West Kootenay district:—
l. Commencing about J of a mile north from K.
li. Burrldge'B south west corner post anil marked
"A, Edtar's north east comer post," thence smith
80 chains. 8u chains west, ni chains north, SO
chiiins east to point of commencement,
■i. Commencing at a post planted about 18
ehains south of K. G.Jlurridge's north west cornor and marked "A, Edgars soutli cast comer
post,' thence north SO chains, wosl SO chains,
ihence south Su chains, thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement.
,. Commencing at a post planted about \ of a
mile west from IL McCormack'ssouth westconter
ml marked "A, Edgar's," running north 80 chains,
e-i 80 chains thence smith sn chains, tlience
ost 8u chains to point of cmmnonoeuient,
Dated this Mh day of March, 1006.
A. KDUAR. Locator.
The Prince Mining and
Development Company,
bi.Mii'i.ii  I,mm.in.
To mi' siniti'.iini.DKits ui' rm: frinckMinimi
hnd drvbIiOPjiknt Company, Limited Liability.
Itovelstoko, 11. C, Feb. 10th, IWO.
>.,ii,■(■ i* hereby given that the Annual Meeting
nf the Shareholders nf the I'rlnce Mining and Development Company, Limited Liability, will be
iiriii nt the Cnmpanys Cfllco, First street, Revel-
stoke, 11, C, on Wednesday, the I4th day of
March, *, l).. 1006, al the hour of two o'clock In
the afternoon, foi the purpose of electing olHcerB
fur the ensuing year, and for all othor purposes
rotating to tin* management <>i the Company,
i he 11 insfer Book of Llie Company will IhjcIdbsiI
diirlngthaf teen days Immediately preceding
nn i itlnu
ii.'-i .1 Itovelstoko, B.C.,this 10th day <-f
Fehmary, a, l>, 1906,
W   \i, IIIHJWN, .1. M, sciitt,
I'reshlenl
Hocretary
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN Tin: si I'll km t; COURT OF  IH1ITISII
, OLUMBIAt
l,i iti,, miituirxt  toI,Is loikii-liima. ,l,,,'oii,i,.i.
nnd
111 the ,'■,,'", nl tin    llllii'iitl Ailniiliistrsliir'i
Iol
' ,„   :■   l„,l„l,y .-linn Unit by nrilor..[   llis
!(■-... r .1  A   T'liin   I-"Mi   JllllKO, llalOll ll„, Illll
'In, 1.1 March   i-.s.i. Hoomo Smith UoCartor,
Official   ''liini.i lr;,l„t for thai part   ,,t   K„„t-
,„,ii.'-.iiiiiv ,',,„,• ri-„,l within ihoRovoliloke
V. .-"Mli l,i trlcl I,.,. I,",hi nm,nnl l„ll„r.„[
ndmililstratloll U.ntlmlllistor nil nml -inKiilar
then i.io."( I'li'l,'I'lilo, liiiiui.,l,„'n,i-nil, intiis-
lata
Ami (iirther tnko notice that all olnlmi upon
thc till '■ i -,'■ inn I ho oni ,„ ,-, tho inlil A'l-
,nil.i trnt,., ;,i i.i .iiiii-,- Imperial Hank Hlock,
llovol iol,- II  ■   . within IHI liny, from Ihtnliiti,
horool, odor which ii, ,11 prooooil   will lie
di inii'io-'l timiinu llio portion lawfully thoro,
mil titled
(imWiR 8MITH Mn AltTHK.
Official l-i""" ir.n.T
n  -I HioMh tlayol Mnrch, IIKJ1 Jin-
FOR SALE
Good Sound Apples, at 85c.
per Box, Fit for Eating or
Cooking.    Apply to.
J. L WEBSTER, VERNON. B. C.
f^g
I.0YAI. ORANGE LODGE Nu, 1058,
I't'sular in.i-liiiKS si,- holil in ilu-
,„|.|I,-I|i,iis II.I ell Hi,- lliii.l I'll-
(lay ul ,-r., h nn,nth, at s |, ut. .tiarh.
M itint l,ri-lliii-ni-„r,li.illi lii.il.-'l
J A. AUHlBONiW, M
U.J.'I'AlilitllT, Itec.-Soi-
KOOTKNAV SI'AK, II. B. r.
Mm'ls nil  Klrll 'llli'H,1ay nl every nu,nth, III
I. (I. I). I-'. Hall.
j. AullKSON, W. I'.
H. J.'i'AIKIIill'I', Ktu.
Cold Rang! lodge, K. of P..
No. 16, Rmlttokt, B. C.
MhK'M KVKKY WltllNKIlllAY
ill ,1,1,11,-11,11,1' Hal! it 8
O'clock VMIInij Knlfhls art-
i-nolially illVltOll,
K. W. II. I'AUCT, ('.('.
(1. II. IIKOCK, K. ol It. AH.
II. A. DROWN, U. ol t,
Kooumnv Lodxa No. 15 AT,* A.M.
i&t 'A..
3\m
Tbo regular meeting!- are held lu the
Masonic Temple,
Mil Fellow,. lUll.nn
the third Monday in
each month at 8
p.lli, Vlsll log brethren cordially wel
coined
C. ^. IMtOCUNIEIt, Skcuktakv,
SELKIRK LODGE, NO 12,1.0. O. F.
Moots ovory Thursda*
evening InOdd Fellows
Hall at 8 o'clock
Visit Ing brethren cor
dially invited lo al
tend
It. MACDONALD, N.W. J. MAT1IIK, SKO
WOOD YARD
I liiive Blurted it permanent Wond
Vnril on Third street. With mv pnal
experlimce l hope to lie in a position
lo mitifify all tvquiii'inents of customers,   Dry cni-dlV I kepi ill stock and
supplied  in  nuy  lennilis at reduced
prices for I'nsh.
H. SAMSON,
RE-OPENED!
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FIRST STREET.
Orders Ior Heel and Million,
Poultry, Fish and small guuds
will receive prompt attention.
Something Pure
If you are looking for I'urc
Honey «c have just opened up
a consignment of   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE  OOMB
in 1 Hi. boxes, or in 5 lb, enm
"Guaranteed Pure."
CANNED   GOODS
Our Canned Goods are second
to none, nnd more llian tint
we "Guarantee every Can."
HOBSON & BELL,
CR0CER8, BAKERS AND C0NFECTI0NER8.
WAH CHUNGS
Best Firewood in tbe City.
Shipment «f Chinese Canaries Jutt ro-
delved Prlott from $2 to $5 eaoh
FrontStpeet, Reve Istoke
CKUTIKICATK OF 1MPROVKMKNTS,
NOTICK,
Completer Mineral Claim,
Situate in the Arrow Lake Mining Division of
West Kootonay District.
Where located;—Near the Needles mi the Lower
Arrow Lake.
Take notice thut 1, Kenneth L. Unmet, agent
for Annie Kulllht-r (Administratrix for the estate
of P. II. Kelllher deceased), special Free Miner's
I'crtillcuto No. ;i27i> intend, sixty days frcim the
date hereof, to apply to tho Mining Kecorderfor
a certiilcate of Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Oraut uf the above claim,
And frirtlici take notice that action, under Sec
tlnn 87, must be commenced before the issuance
of such Certiticute of Improvements.
Dated this Fifteenth day of February, 1900.
KKNNKTII L. BURNKT.
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VANCOUVER, B.C. HE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, II. C
PROVINCIAL
LEGISLATURE
Victokia, B, C, March 8,1H0II.
A contintiatiun of the rumpus over
the
KAIKN ISLAND imoRTTY IIIFORT
wai thr lirst thing to engage the attention of the Home this tfternoon.
J. 1. Mtcdontld rose lo t question
ol privilege, because his notice ol motion— with tbe minority report
embodied therein — had not hem
printed iu the orders of the dty, although it Iml been handed in yesttr-
day evening.
An animated debate on the matter
billowed, in which Messrs. Macilonilil,
Oliver, Mcllride and Fulton took part.
Tbo member for Helta and the member
for Rossland attacked two servants ot
the House, namely Iho Clerk and tbo
King's Printer, and received a well-
merited verbal castigntion at tlie
hands of the Premier.
The Speaker, on being appealed to,
characterised the action of the leader
ol the Opposition as irregular anil improper.
Mr. Maedonald objected to these
tcrnii ns they hurt his honor, nnd the
Spenker politely withdrew theni.
Considerable debate followed, and
then the Speaki r gave his reserved
decision, finding that Mr. Gardens
motion that the report be received
wai open to amendment, but tint Mr.
Macdnnald'i amendment, in that it
sought to place • minority finding ol
t select- committee upon the records
ol the House, wai an utterly unheard-
of thing in English and Canadian
parliamentary practice, and wai
entirely out ol order,
The debate on the second rending of
the bill of McNiven (Victoria) for the
better protect ion of
1-A8SKNGER8 ON STRKFT CARS
wis  resumed,  nnd  adjourned   after
some discussion by Ross (Fertile.)
The House then went into committee on the
MASTr.R AND SERVANT ACT.
A long ami healed diicuition followed over the vtrioui clauiei, an
excellent speech in oppotition to the
propoied miaiure being midi by
Palttrion (Iilandi) who shows* with
convincing logic the ridiculous tnd
tinneceiiiry leiturii of the bill, even
if amended to tpply only to inielttr.
itw milli. coal tnd metilliftroui
minei.
Htwtborsthwiite (Niniimo) David-
ion (gliicin) Williams (Newcsitle)
McNiven (Victoria) and .Maedonald
(Rossland) ipoka in lavot ol the iiieui-
urs, tnd Hon. Cirter-Cotton ipoke in
opposiUnn, reminding ihe Home thtt
the fortnightly system of payment
had been tried before ut the Nan.iinio
coal minei, and found lo be unworkable and unsatisfactory to all parties.
The debate wtl finally adjourned on
motion ol Mr. Patterson.
On the motion of Hon. R. F, Urcen
to adopt the report on the
COLUMBIA A  WESTERN   RAILWAY   SUBSIDY BILL,
A lengthy debate ensued, both
Henderson and Oliver moving aniend-
neuti, which were rejected. Maedonald (I.illooe.) moved tbe adjournment
ot the debite at 8 o'clock, and the
Home rust, lo meet tl 8.30 thit
tvtning.
Evening sessions—sure precunor of
of prorogation—havingdefiiiitely commenced, the House did not rise tonight till half-past slevcn.
Before proceeding willi Ihe orden of
tht day, Hon. R. McBride rose to t
queition of privilege, and drew the
Speaker's attention to a report 0   the
KA1ER ISLAND KKLECT COMMITTEE.
The Premier spoke very itrongly
with rtgard to the attack on tht Government which accompanied thil,
characterising it forcibly si dastardly,
misleading and indecent, and accused
the Opposition ol employing trickery
to give publicity to a matter which
still lay under the Speaker's consideration.
Maedonald (Rossland) asked why
the Premier did not find built with
the Colonist—tho morning newspaper
—which published a synopsis ol the
majority report, and wus met with the
reply that the majority report had
been read in the House in the hearing
ol tlie Press Gallery, by which perfectly legitimate means it had reached
the public eye; whereas the minority
report hnd evidently been conveyed to
tbe Times by tlie Opposition or their
friends, and published, ns the member
lor Rossland well know, in direct contravention ol all parliamentary procedure. The Premier denounced the
action of tho Opposition in scathing
terms.
The House then went into ('unlimited ol supply and passed the whole
ol the estimates and BUpplemontfirlcs,
Then the Premier moved, in sub
mitting the report ou tho
COLUMBIA    AMI     WESTEKN    RAILWAY
BUBSIDV   UILL,
to amend the iroilon effecting taxation hi 11 to make the Company sub-
jeol lo taxation iu accordance with
the amendment which tin; member for
Delta had offered at the utlornooii
senium This altera'ion would have
the effect of rendering tho railway
liable to taxation at the end of ten
yean fnnn the completion ol lection
four.
This was done, and Oliver rose with
another amendment, providing the
Act should not come into force until
the $50,000 forfeit provided for by
section time had been paid.
The Home turned .lohn down by s
vote of 17 to 13,
Mcdonald (Rossland) tlion introduced a five-clause motion which, wns
calculated to aid settlors. Tho House.
however, thought he was wrong, said
bo, and detested his amcmlmoiias by
W to 13.
Mr. Oliver rose once more with an
iimond.iicnt dealing with freight rates
and this wus defeated un a vote of 18
to 12,
The report wns then adopted.
Progross wns reported in committee,
011 the Public Schools Act.
In committee on the Municipal
Clauses Act, Henderson (Yale) moved
in amendment, but, it being 11.80 p.
in., the Home adjourned till tomorrow.
Viotorla, March 0th,
Proceedings opened quietly this
afternoon—the calm before the slorni.
Hon. Ctpt. Tallow presented the citi-
mttes. This was referred at once to
committee of the whole, which having
been done, it was reported to the
House. The repoit was adopted, the
bill read a first time, and ordered read
a second time at the next tilting ol
the Home.
THE  COI.UMlllA AND WESTERN RAILWAY
SUBSIDY ACT
came up for ita third reading, and the
member for Delta rose instantly and
moved its recommittal for the purpose
of itisortiug his two amendments which
the Home was so di.courieom as to
vote down yesterday.
Both tinendnicnts were immediately
defeated ty a vott of 18 to 12 in each
cats, and tht bill read a third time on
the itini diviiiiin.
The Home thin went into Commit-
ttt on tht
PUBLIC SCHOOL ACT.
Hall (Victoria) movid an amendment to alter wordi in two of the
cltmei, but, after a short debate, withdrew his motion and Hie report wai
adopted.
The Horns went into Committee on
tbe
NORTH VANCOUVER INCORPORATION ACT,
which  was reported  complete with
amendments.
In committee on the
WATER CLAUSES CONSOLIDATION ACT,
a long debate took place over an
amendment regarding a municipality's
rights of expropriation, which finally
carried and the bill passed through
committee.
The Home then went into committee on the bill to establish a
PROVINCIAL  SIOI'K   BREEDER8' ASSOCIATION
much discussion took place and several amendment! were approved or rejected in regird to lhii incisure.
Bix o'clock irri'vtd in the middle ol
this statesmanlike amusement, md,
on Mr. Maedonald remit king that the
afternoon session wai ended, the Minister of Finance hurt the feelings of
the leader ol the Opposition by blunt
ly accusing him ol making a most
childish exhibition of himsell.
Mr. Maedonald complained bitterly
of this remark, aud was in no wise
comforted when the Premier sron and
remarked that it served the leader of
the Opposition right, nnd that he—
JsTcIlrtde—fully concurred witli the
Finance Minister.
On motion of Capt. Tatlow, the
committee rose and reported progress.
March 10th.
The House met again nt 8:30 this—
or rather yesterday—evening, and remained in session for eight hours,
namely, until 4.30 this morning. During the whole of this time nothing
was dealt with but the
KAIEN ISLAND REPORT.
,1. F. Garden (Vancouver) chairman
of the Kaien Island Select Committee,
opened proceedings by formally moving that tlie report of his committee
hi adopted, He referred to the period
of the committee's activities, to the
wide scope which its investigations
wtie designedly allowed to cover, and
to tht facility which was afforded lor
the admission ol all evidence bearing
on the subject. The report ol which
ho now moved the adoption bore out
the evidence. Not one jot ol evidence,
not ono scrap ol proof, had been elicited throughout the proceedings which
could he  onstruei! u« 1, fiectii g in lite
sa-.liti.--i degree 111 thei-i 11 --   d ip
tid bj li' il icrnmeiit in the niulli r.
Tbey bad made a thoroughly go d
Inirguiu [or the province, nnd in 111 cr
years llieir ncti.ui would unci wi I,
tho univer, ,1 approval 0; ihe people.
(Applause)
Mr. J. A M.1,1",uld (RuHland) lho
mover ol llie minority tep irl, then
lose to make hi- ittiteiuent.
Whon Mr, Miicdoiiald sat down, W,
J. Bowser (Vancouver) attacked ilu
leader of the Opposition.
One paragraph 1 f ibe niinorilj'
report runs   * follows :
"Thut tl.e g vi-i ntnoiit did not deal
directly with ibe (1 and Trunk I'licilic
Rniliviiy company, but on tlm contraiy
with a band of iidventtii'ori (miilo nnd
(diiinlc) wliu applied lor the said lands
(or purely i| ceula live purposes, lo tin-
knowledge ol tho govenimeill."
It wns upon ibis paragraph, nnd
particularly upon Ibe three words in
brackets, thai Mr. Dowser bused ibe
sermon be read with scathing emphasis, last night,
The gtllories ,,l the House wen-
crowded n iili spectators—tho Ladie*'
Gallery was filled to ovorll iwing,
Tbo House was in sessinn all this
afternoon, uml is in session again, Today's proceedings, therefore, must In-
forwnideil to you by the next unlil.
Tin: Man in the Gallery,
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SYNOISIS   UC   REGULATIONS   COV-
IDItNlNG THE UlSl'USAl, OF UU-
minion lanjjs within the
railway uelt in the province of british culu.mhia.
A LICENSE li) cut timber can Ut, ununited olilj at iiulilie companion. A
rental ut iii imr milium mile is cnnigeii
tur ull timber lieriiis except Uiuse situ
a led wesl ot Vale (or which ihe rental Is
.it llie rate ui ii cents our sore per annum.
lit addition lo llm rental, duns ul Ilu
lu.lowing rules uro charged;—
Sawn lumber, <*> ceuls per thousand
leet U.M.
Hallway ties, eight and nine reel lung.
I i'i uud 13-1 eenia each,
.iliuigle bu.ls, lb eellUs u curd.
All oilier products, 6 por eeut on Uu-
A license Is Issued su soon us a berth
Is granted, but lu surveyed territory nu
iiinuei- cuti be oul uu u berth uiuil tile
licensee has made a survey thereul.
I'l-nnils lu cut limber are also granted
al public competition, except in mu ease
of actual settlors, wliu reyuite ttio tlm-
i ,., oieir own use.
Settlers and others may also obtain
penults lu eul up to loo curds ul wuod lui
Bale   wliliuut   competition.
The dues payable under a permit an
11.50 per thousand fool U.M., (or square
umber and sawlogs ut any wood except oak; Irom 1-2 tu 11-2 cents per lineal
(uul Iur building lugs; Horn 12 1-2 lu «
cenls per euid fur wuod; 1 uenl fur lence
pubis; 3 cents fur railway ties; and on
coins per cord for shingle bolls.
Leuses fur grazing purposes are Issued
for a term of iweiiiy-one yean, al n
rental o( two ceuls per acre per annum.
Coal lands may 1» purohaiied at In
per acre fur soft eual and 120 fur anlliru-
eile. Nul mule than 320 acres may br
aciiuin-d by one individual or company.
Royalty ai llie rale of lo cenls par tun
uf 2UOU puund. is cullueted ou the gross
output,
Entries fur land for agricultural purposes may be made personally at tlio lo-
eal land ultlee Iur die dislricl in which
Llie land lu be taken up Is situated, ui
if tlie homesteader desires, lie may, un
appdeaUun lu llie Minister uf llie liile-i-.oi
ai uuawa, ihe Commissioner of lmmlgiu-
tiun at Winnipeg, ur the lucal ageni lui
the District, within which the land ii
siiuaied, receive auUiurity fur sume one
to make entry for lilm.
A foe of Ilu Is charged for homestead
eiilry.
A Beitler who hoe received an eniry fin
a homestead, is required to perform the
conditions ounuecleji therewith under omul the following plans:-
tli At leasi six niuiuiia' residence upun
and cultivaiiuii uf the land in each year
during llie lerm uf lliree years.
It ia tile practice uf Ihe Department to
require u settler to bring 15 acres under
cultivation, bui if he prefers lie may sub-
slilule stuck; and 20 head uf cattle, tu bi-
actually his own property, with buildings
for their accommodation, will bo required
instead of cultivation.
12) If tile father (or mother, if the fa-
Uier Is deceased) of ally parson who l«
eligible to make a homestead entry under
the provisions of the Act, resides upon
a farm in the vicinity of the land entered for by sucli person as a homestead,
ine requirements of the Act as to residence prior tu ublainlng patent may be
satisfied by such persun residing with th-
tattler or mother.
13) It' the settler has his perninneni
residence upon farming land owned b>
him In the viciniiy of his homestead, tin
requirements of the Act as to residence
may be satislled by residence upon tlie
said  land,
Application for patent should be made
at ihe end of Ihree years before the local
agent, sub-agent or a homestead inspector.
Before making application for a patent,
tlie settler must give six months' notice
In writlnc lo the Cooiralsslonor of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his Intention to do so.
W. W. CORT,
Deputy Milliner of the Interior.
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wont Un stioso who cantiui cull rturlnn t»o ilaj
ORIENTAL HOTELS
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords, Best \\ incs, Liquors and
Cigars,    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET    STONE,    PROP.
Queens Jtotel
COMAPLIX;
Bestjbrands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars,) |Travellcrs*to
Fish Creek will find excellent'accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG,
Proprietoi
CITY LIVERY STABLES
Hack Service to any part ol tlie City al all
hours. Rigs equipped for Sleighing I'liiiies.
First class Single and Jimble Rigs. Express
dray ing 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,
blOsTjssVissssiXaWaJrisI
Prop.
Advertising!!
is THE BUSINESS MAN'S BREATH.
Ouiet Business only means lookjto your  advertising and
see that you get a space in
THE MAIL-HERALD
The most widely circulated newspaper in the Interior.
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OFFICE:  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.
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BEST PITTED AND
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No better Shoe and
Few as Good Made
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Sife    lots ol Iced, two oars insl ut, al C. I!
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UEVULSTOKE,    U    C.
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Local and General. ™!':'ii'ni./'i''rMuiwl!y'.,oi',naitn
ami are building „ stctmcr with IIO
stntcronms to run on Okuniigiin Lake,
ievel-     Tin-   Provincial    Legislature    pro-
I'Riicil M lay   1 wanl ,,i :<>nlirlencc
F. li  Li       : is buiiglil  I'M' Ki't-
I   .   . -      ,-■   md lots iiii Third St.
i  ■     :-■ - ,-.-...,-in I !■- W. I'Teming's
.  .    1.1   • .1   ,'; mg First Street
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ri- ■ idly.
■   pi   ,-..,.,- iniates then is
propria ted foi  resident pliysi-
■   i     -   Laki   nml .r3ilU for tin
-.   • , inibornc,
At tin meeting  I tin Fruit-Growers
it night, il wus si iled n
.: .       ...    .a   Kaslo  eli an
st ii .- :. - crop,
\ ■    vi nn nt is on loot I   estnblis
i-i      -and Club in K unloops,
ing to inviti  • very re-silent   t    co-opi rati   in   tin i Hurt to
so the populntioii ol the cily to
lhat I ' thin livi years.
IV   '    Brn    vit    - ivs the Yellow
Tr,:.-;  ri: I Apple   lues spli ididly in
R, ,. .- ki     ml  is   un     I   the lies!
: :    ■        t gi    -.-■-'    I   -■   here,
.     -.       lid     i ■',-:• :   11 tin
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Prottctivi   A-- ,.-.:.
.... :   :.     heads
th,     .  .    e in tl     Rev..-:       lis
trict  and ri di  secu
...   k   ed   t I. l'I • Mi
Creek to start     th
motion proposed liy Ibe loader of Ihe
Opposition ;>n,I stuarl lli-iiilur-nii,
having been voted down liy 2(1 lo 11
Al n meeting held Insl nighl, W. ,1.
Ilninilwitli, secretary ol Hit: Il.C,
Fruit llrow-ers' Association, (h'liveicil
i splondid address, and it was
resolved to form u lovnl branch of tlie
Associiition.   The roporl  i- i mid-
ably belli over.
Approposof tin V.JI t'.A. iu in ol
Insl issue, tlm business mnn -p da n nl
us lieing n resident of Kovelstnko, tvns
misleading, li mis tt st-nli nn in made
in Kevelstoke by Mr, I'lirsous, V.M.C
A. I'i, Id Secretnry, nl n mci tn g I !,
in Ih,- Court House feinting to n
business inaii of II,-I,m,. Mm latin
,li is ii lucl Ihal iml one tl.illnr lm*
ever lieeii lost tliroiigb ti real esttiti'
invi'stnienl in llovclstoke, Many
thousands uf dullnrs were invested 1 tsl
year iu uniiupruvuil propetTy fur ro-i-
dentiul purposes, nud   in   every case
the forti le pnrcbasi r- b ivi     mum
ninde not less limn ("ill per cent m il
many ol tin in  100 pei ,, nt   n tin;
lUVestllli'llI.      Nilie-tl I,Iii-   tif  ll,,, un
improved property - Id | ,-i v, .iv u is
piircbnsed   from  tin  Hi vi stoke Lai il
Company.   The tvasou for this    thai
this Company own tbe el       st res
dentinl pn
Iuin! vain, -    -   , n jtnnth .-   .
Social and Personal
10. ('. Fronu-y returned last night
from Comuplix.
A. McRae and E. A, Bradley leave
this week for the oust.
Mr. anil Mrs. M.-mliy relumed Ibis
morning from llieir honoyn i trip.
I'j. Taylor left'Liverpool in the Tt-li
and will return to Kevelstoke about
the end of tlio month,
li. llowson was called easl litis
illuming on account of the serious
illness of bii mother.
On account of Mrs. O'lirien's henllli
M. .1. O'Brien lind.* it necessary to
move bis family to Vernon.
Hon. W. Ti'iiipleiniin. M.P., passed
tlirough this morning on hi* wny to
Otlnwil to enter on Ins duties us Mill-
istur of Inland Itcvciiito,
11, I'. Wells, socrcliiry of the Mountain Lumbermen's Associiition, won
ihe Di minion Cartridge company's
silvi r medal presented to lho Nelson
Hun Club for i petition.
Tin beautiful verses whioh W. M.
Lnwrciico recited al thu V, M. (', A,
onliTiaiiimt'iii mi Friday, and which
were  so  much  appreciated   by   the
audience,  wen-   Mr.   Lawn- '.- own
composition written sume years ago
on nu incident which enne under Ins
Holier.
('. 1'. landmark bus received a I, Iter
,oii Dr. Chippeifield, formerly o
i-vi-lstoke, and wlm lelt here recent!;
m i trip (o   Australia   nnd New />-.,
Slump phot,,- only fiOc do/en.
Painters supplies, brushes, ele,
complete and ready for the BOisoll's
work, n| the l.anlener Hardware Co's,
store.
i Another ear oi Furniture in at llie
llig Furnitur - Store. Full stock of
carpets, velvet pile, Brussels Axinin.*-
tors, etc., full stock of Linoleum, Floor
oil, ills.. I'i ft, Linoleum, Curtains,
Portions), and every lint you may
possibly rei|iiire, Your credit is good
—discount for cash, ul John Iv
\V Fs.
Cresstniin &   Morrison   report  the
tailoring business g I.    Tbey  have
just Hildod three hands to their stall',
two having coinc from Vancouver and
one irom Brandon.
Two carloads of paint just arrived
at tin- Lawrence Hardware Co's. store.
40 Ih. sack II iv K. rolled oats ut.
$1,110 a sack, at C, B, Hume & Co.
Remember the date  March 23
Having mndo arrangements to continue tbe Dressmaking Department at
0. B. Hume A- Co's. Department store,
I hope to see my customers and plenty
of new friends.
Miss Annie (lough.
Prairie Brand Hour $2.1)5 per 100
ibs„ ut. C. II. Hume it Co.
Mount Hoynl Hour If2.!10 per 100 lbs.
at ('. II. Hume & Co.
There is n secret in making almost
uny line ol goods, Cl'cssniilll it Morrison the Tailors have it in their line.
It is liko mother's pies—the best-
get nest.
LUMBERING,
The Calgary Herald suys:
'The prairie provinces nre perhaps
more interested in cheap lumber than
uny other part of Ciiniulu today. Any
legislation inimical to the interests of
the mill men means nn additional
burden on Iho wholesale and retail
dealers in lumber, li tboso burdens
are reasonable and legitimate and
fairly distributed, fey concern the
consumer fairly. Tu this extent then
ibe prairie provinces nre directly interested in tho imposition of burdens
the mill men regard with alarm,"
Tin; Manitoba Crown timber olliee
lm* issued interesting statistics showing the amount of lumber consumed
in Manitoba nnd Saskatchewan, based
n reliable information, which, assures
Yuu   will   liiul   ibis   Slore   llm  right placo In gel your Spring House Kuriiis-liing*.
Our Lines ure Light uiul Prices Low.   We nro just opening a nice iipsorliiinnl of
, .,     ,,, ■       .. ,,    , .       miiii re uan i-iniiirinuiiiiu. w mc i.itssiui-s
li,-ni   Dr.   • iiippi-rln-ld,   former y   of .,   ,  ,,     „ •     , ,
I,    I,,        iti,, i  'ihui  the  hgures  ne  app ox matey
Kevelstoke, and who led here recent y .   mi    , . i .     oinnni
...   ,      ,    .   r ,,       ,  •   currect, lie o'al aggregates .1,11.1111 ,-
on n trip to   Austra a   und .New /en-  ,„,,,   .    ,   ,., ..-7,. -...., r   .
-,. ,. ,, 181) ieet. ,,I which 37,016,821 feel were
Innil.     llr.   1 lui,peril,-Id   wrote   mm 1 ■        .  ,   ,        .,  ' ,. '..   ,     ., .
-   1        ..        , ' 1   „. 1        111   1 imported   Irom   llie   I nileil    Mules.
Milnov. .New  ."-unlit   \\ ale*, w in-1   u-   ,,.        ,„.,. ..   ,,        ,,, „ ... ,
ii.lll iinilll ,-,■   lir.,111! it   ruin    In is 1
Carpet Squares
In Union, Wool, Tapestry nnd Brussels,
in pretty design< and soft colorings.
MUcs1i5nd Curtains
In Largo Variety nnd very Low Prices.
1SSSZ Mattings
Sec whnt we nre offering for 25 cents,
Towels
In Blenched ami Unbleached Turkish,
Draper Linen, both Heinstitclied and
Fringed.
On Thursday
We will Open Our
READY-TO-WEAR
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And yuu will liiul 11 lot of the pi'idliest
designs yet offered. We hnve lieeii ithlc
to get ull the Lnieet Spring Designr, and
you will he wise lo como curl v.
McLENNAN & CO.
Miss Helme will return in ten days and Re-Open the  Dress Making- Rooms.
slat,- lie found to be a 11 ugt iliceul
i'ii\. llr enjoyed the •■ -.-. igi very
much and wns much impi veil in
In iltii lie had intended li iving
Svdney -:.   tlv for New /  . 1   .
Columbia and 82,000,000 feet Irom new
Ontario. There was an increase of
nearly 38,000,000 feet over (he preceding year.
ALPINfTcLUB.
re lined  -
I        rienib I', Tn M I' P.,
I It  s
ITiui'si .  '
  ;    "   ntending to join the Alpine
,   : .ilu. i.ave ii"!   yet  sent in
. .   .    .   M ..       ■. 1     r names  is  yet   to   the  Tourist
::    . tssociation are requi sted  to Bend in
«"•«.'»' "   rt«m    du     .-. ' ,   „, „..  ,     ,,   ,i„,,;lt(, ,.-
;'l.l;n,lir'-,;ii''''   - ' ll ■ - * ■■'-    :!i ,:i" ;,,K "{
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... A thecliil arc to ex-
eye   glaciers  and
tlie C inadian  Rockv
M     itaina, I       ki  kn iwn  and  up-
their  wonder
,ter the  tiiouii.
:  . ■   are  - - eel
lover "i
nm iticai
rULIIILAL.
The re
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invited ii     -    -    sen       - -   •■
•   s eity is its snd   -
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■' '■- H ■      f the season, 1 ,,.. . .. -,.-     \ . _. .-
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ing the past ut the head '
,..,..   starting        Saturd I '" :   '    :1  h'ietid thai
.. ,,       . Ri vi Istoke would -   -   I   .   ■    -.
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valiii     The I       ■ is
- ■■■ ■   :'-     ' ':    / ': pi perty will  never   i   any cheap,
..-:.....-     - .'- lo 10 degrees      I prici -    - -
.. Kevelstoke real 1 stati
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HOCKEY.
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ilAMK  WAHU1S.N,
The appointment of 11 game warden
wa- deferred for the present.
HOY MKMHKHS,
Alter 1111 interesting discussion it
wa* decided to admit hoys of 111 yeurs
if ui- and under tu membership upon
payment of hall feet, or SO cents per
mi,un
lAOV  MKMHKHS
Thi* inattor was deferred to receive
some r('(|(iest from inti rested Indies
sympathising with tho objects of tho
chili.
ill-* AND   lllllll  I'HV.
Tin   Secretary   was   instructed  to
t|      -   iho proper authorities fur fry
■ - . Williamson's lake willi bass
11 tl tlie Turn W ntn with  lirooklriiiit.
Il'lll      '-'l   11,  ttm-wai 1.
lecided to lake early stops
-    .      .-I. wator) 1 1 prove tins
mil llshermon   and 11
--,.  ,1- ippointcd In select
Itimsoi iveirsiind  ro a (or
mil .   tsb fork.
FIRE AT
FERGUSON
Another lire bus occurred nt Ferguson. Last night the Windsor hotel,
conducted by Mrs. O'Connor, was
completely destroyed by lire, The
properly wns insured for $S,O0O willi
11. N. Coursier's olliee.
ROD AND GUN CLUB.
The executive committee ol the Hod
A (Inn Club met Inst night to consider
matters referred by open meeting and
to iniike such other suggestions for
perfecting organisation ns deemed
advisable.
It was unanimously decided to nhor
the name to the Kevelstoke District
Fish and Gamo Protection Association
ns being more expressive of the club's
object
OHGASilSATION OK DISTRICT,
The Secretary is in ctirrespiinilt'iici
with the authorities on the matter,
nnd upon receipt of advice boundarie
' P. BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED,  j
HUAOOI'I'TOU: Cii.ii.iiiv,  Ai.iihiita.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
|'„rk Pai-ki'l-s llti'l lli'iili'is iu him Stnrk. .Markets in nil tlio |ll-iiii-l|iiil Cities an,l
l'uivns-1,1 Allsirln llrlllsli Oiiliiinlililiitiil tlm Viiknn. I'.o-k.os..(tin- I'liliilii'iitnl llmnil
lni|i,.i ih.r   Iiniii-,,11,1 Itt 1, anil Slliunriu-k llranil, l,,,iil I nnl.
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nnd In present 11 yearly roporl of all
proceedings, work done, linnncos and
iiienibershi|. list, in 11 milliner to keep
interest alive und arouse outside
interest.
It wus the fooling of thc cominiltoo,
generally, that their work could bo
mado one nf llio greatest honolit lo
tlio district, if properly curried out nml
it appeals earnestly tu all lovers of
nature and sport and to the people ol
the district, generally, to j iill the
association in its very laudable and
useful effort!, Membership tickets
wilt be shortly available, meanwhile
all applications will bo gladly received
by J, il. Jackson, Esq., scc.-trons.
Nothing hotter than—"Our Special "
Colleen Bawn at the Opera
House, March 23rd.
will be established,   It was decided to !    I'M- a young man into 11 good tailor-
set 1 In-east and west  limits us  from u'o suit nnd ho is very likely to put
Beaver to Kimlt and a sub-committee! himsolf into 11 good position, you can
wns appointed re north and aouth I go- the position-making suit at Ktuglit
boundaries. |* Devine's.
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Slot Machines,
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Dressmakers wanted,     C. B. Hume
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W A N T E I)
|)(I.SITIIIN in private family, Apply
1.    nl this Olllc,,.
l.ioll HALM Lot un Second Street,
I* cleiil'i'il and I'encid. Price pKI.
Apply iMAil.-lliiit.M.liollh-i-.
I10K SA1,K Seeiioil-hiiuil sale, up
I1    ply ul. Ihis olliee.
I (1ST Kelween II. A, Luivsoo's
I J bouse uml T. Downs, 11 iteekliiie
nl gold Iu'.tiIs, Findn'r will liurewiirdcd
by reluming-nine lu Ihls olliee.
Y'or.Nli   lady  wishes position :i«
J    SI griiplici',      Apply    Maii.-
llllllAI.il Olliee.
WA.N'TKD   I'nsitinn  in  11 priviile
I'.-iiuily by ytiimg lady,   Apply
M III. Hhiiai.Ii,
WITH!   An experienced Dining
Uoolllglll.     Apply llolel Itev-
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SNAPS  IN  CROCKERY
' 1- a windoi   ;
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• HALF I'lili .
Don'l   rei
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M Cross Drug (o.
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lot 11.in.Iii 1- ill the club,
'      M   0   '   I  I I |(V,
. n - try   was  instructed  to
-, -.   ,-,-,in- supplies of these planls
utl   .' ,11   11 it able places,
., 1 o     4.VII in -. 1 n 1 '.*l s,
a i■'These su -   -    lell   "pen   Iill
tl   1  oi  dislricl   and   increase.!
! To the Patrons of the Revelstoke
Steam Laundry:
\ im a I'lolicrsbip were secured,
isn't ns good a suit 11 sinner        I , ,--,i,  1 -. i   oikianikatTon,
|,■       .     1 „ ivor am -      I lie committee   worn   in   favor  ,,l
if  town. 1 iking  u pi tn in ikn il„- association
pi rrnnni ni in chat icier and itislrucl
tnd    ■ -
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'    put    -',,'
1       .M ||     ,       pll  1 "ii.ilde    lo    it*
mil       ' 11   Bitggesls
till ill .'..'ii', .; ', iiiiiii' suitable
pn i-i il ipp ,rti nm.' yearl) 11
-nm ,-", nstiratc with finiiiice* lo
Plea.*,- I'lirward ill! cliiiins liieii-
Honed on lists land nol returned by
Mm .I. Nlhl lo AXNIH Ij, Macxivkx,
nnil (.'Hall! oblige.
Hacliiiii ■ ;nr sl.on    ind nol  the foiiiidal il .1  natural history
i.-. nl  porti inini hi, 1.11..   of iloing ibe
liniild read    mn       1 muse 1  local animals,
up the 1111   bofori'   I i.
Ill ll iti p .'    II' >'. I       llll   pi II
town  lei ■ hnvo il nol half and Iinil
Yours "
I in: 11 i,
I'leiiMi every imukei
1 Vuclta."
th,
Mai
liirds, lisli, in , ul keeping 11 minute
l,o,,k on promises lui record „l observations lind   , '.pel I, 'in -,'-   ol   Inelilliel--
inl   isitors "I rending papers, to bo
discussed   al   regular    dings;   ol
keeping till minutes iiicinboribip, etc,
11 -il tmiiinci nl iiipplying r
Corporation ol   ihe City  ol
Revelstoke.
TENDERS FOR POLES
I have an excellent variety of gtod,
hard preserving nml shipping straw-
boiriei u( n y own development on my
grounds. Orders for spring planting
promptly lilled in season. Price Ifli
per Hill plants. Special rutes for largo
orders. Try 11 few grafting scions
from my "Garden nt F.deu" (lolden
apple ul SO cenls each. Thos, Skinner,
Kevelstoke, Il.C. ml0-2t.
Tenders ror 11 License to Cut Timbor on
Dominion Lands ln tho Frovlnoo
of British Columbia.
|il-:,M,l-:i) TKXl)KIISii,l,l,,is,-1H| u.llieTintlior
i~  ami >l - lli-niii-li,  Doimrtinoul  „l tlie
Interior, nml marked un tlioouvol , "T Iur
I'l.r'I'iiiiliiTlli.i-Hi \„. t;:i." Win borocolvod nl
lids Doiuir until t>  Woilnosilnv, tlio
IStll  ilny ut Alirll, ItMl, (er n  lii-iin-n til  i-ul
liinlii-roiit Uortli No. nil.  iiirlslim 12 * in,
inlliis, Inbosolooloil in nut ilium tl 4 blocks
witliln ilm fiillnwliiu iloscrlbod tract, vlit-
(,,111111011c im ni Hio.hilorsootioit 1,1 tlio Suuth
Fork nl Duwiilo Crook hi-tlio Nurtliorii lioan-
ilniyiit Hi,-lliiilnny Hull iM liritish Columbia,
111 iiIkiiiI T,,»i,-lii|, 28, Hiini-o I, \Ve*l i,( Ibe Illll
MoridlaiMlioiico 1111 snlil Smith Fork ul Dmvnlo
t rosk, in tulles in tllrool illsla 1 with 11 iloiitlt
"I I anl lie Westerly slilo 1111112 lullus 1111
iln- Easterly side thermit.
Tin- liiimtli ,,( onch blurk musl not osceoil
iln,.,. times il„, i.i-i'.i'iii, tlionof,and tbodls-
Ian™ botwoon ll„, blocks musl not be loss Hum
II) chains,
Tin, riwiliiiiini- im,In, wl,ifli a license will bu
ssnoil,nlso printed limns,,r loialoramiouvo-
lot,,-, muy Inl iibluliioil nl lliis Doiiiirtuii'iiter
ntlhii iilllco „1 il„- drown Timlin Agent al
New Wostiulnsler, II. t'.
Knelt tender musl bo 11 inimniotl by 1111
iii'r,i|,i,',li.|i„,|i a a chartered 1,1ml, in fiinnir
nr tlm Doimtyiil tin- Minister of Hm Interior
lor Uu-a ,nt ul Uu, 1 u- which tlm 1111,,1 i-
,-ntil i- |,r,,|,iir,„l I,, |mv („r a licijii-B
Notniiili't-liy telogrniih will In, ontorliiliioil,
PKHLHY II. KUVKS,
Soorotnry.
Diiimiiiiu'iii ,,(ilio Intorliir,
Oltnwit, Mnrclillril, IIKW,
Tendei's lot-11 Llconse to Cut Timber
un Dominion Liuiils In tho Peo-
vliii-n ol' Bi'ltlsli Columbia.
l( KAI.KI) TBNDBII8 ml.lr I In thn Timber
l~   mill  Mil,,'-  linilii'li,   Hi'tKirlnmat   „[   thn
liiii-rinr. ami nuirkeil 011 il ivolnpa "Tamlar
for Timber Horil, No. 111," will bo rocolvod ni
Ibis l>o|,iiriin,'iii until tilion on IVoitiiosdny, the
tsili ilny ,,( April, limil, for 11 llconse (It, cut
 bur „n Hi-rib No, 111. -ilnnlr in tho I'm-
um t lliiii-l, 1 "liiiiiiuii mi lho East sldo nl
ll nhliirkul Ilu, llloi'illi'Wnot Hirer, mul
cmiiiirlslngS blocks described its follown
Hliii-l, I. , "nm -iim ni a ix.i.it lho on said
Id,i-i nl ll Hi  n(   I lug  Trunk,  about   12
miles North nl the North boundary of Town.
<hl|i 2.1, ItnllBO 28, Wost ii I (Iio .ill, Mori, linn:
liionco down suid Ilivor uno t,iil,i in direct distance, with ti depth of olio mile on the Ka.-torly
-iilouf suiil IIivor. tnoniuroo at right imglosto
llie goitoud bonrlng of -aid Rivor within lho
block, containing an nronof ono sqnnro mllo,
moro nr loss,
Hlnik 2. (,'ommoncing ni a -iolut on snld
lllver al,,...I Oi ohains up .-Iroani (nan lliu Norlli
I Inryiil III,,,'. No. Ii ihi' itipsnltl Rivor
ono mile in ilirocl illstuncq with a depth of nn
chains on lho Ho-lorly side thoroof mcnsuroil
nt rlglll atialo- lo thu uonoral bonritlgnf Itivnr
wiiliin iho liliiok.containing un nronof 0.7,',
-,|,iaro mil,', nuirntir loss.
HI,irk H,   Cnmiiieiiolng at a jsiliit on sniil
Itivnr iilmiit one miln ilnwn stronm from tho
Souihnrly I, Iti ry >,( Hlock It thonco down
ui,I Ilivor 1'. mill-. Ill tllroot dlstnnco with it
,l,<pih„! niidiain- mi tlm Euilorly slilo thoronr,
 iisurod ui rlghl nnglos n, lho genornl bonrlng
,,( tlm-iml lllver within tlm block, containing
aa area <>f 1 in .utiarc milos. more ,,r lo-s.
I    The regulations under wliirli i, li -o will hi-
l-suoil, nisi) printed forms of tondor nml on-
The I'll)  ' ell  i- prepared  tu  rocolvo  voloiio, may Iio iilitnl lal this Doiinrtmonl or
i In,   lm lho -iit'i'l,  id I'oilui  I'nloi  (,,r I in llio olilco „! lho Crown Timbor Aitnnl nl
elnctrlc light orvlcn ns follow, I ' Nov; He-tioin-tor, H. (.
I   ,i I...U 2n   In font, nnd lm Stl l,„,l   long,.
Knch louder must bo ncoomnaniod by an
ni-copiod i-ln ,| in n ohnltorod lisnir In favour
''"","1" '" ''"' „l tlio in-puty til IhoMlnislorol thelnlerlor,
Tender., Isllng price dollvereil, tn ronch the  for Oio ninoiiol id iho Ihhiu* which lho n|i|ill>
lor     "I hi, s nf lho 2l!n| ln-1. cunt is propnroil tu pny liun licenso.
Polo   »i,,'"  „|'|.;." t lie Hi the   ills.     N'otomlorbylologrnph willItootilorlulnotl
r.i,-,i,,ii .,,1 lho Fire  Water .,,,.1 Light Com. I'KHI.I'V ii   KKYHS
ii it,,\n Socrolnry
I iill lork       l,"piirlni,'iil ol ih,. lm	
copies ol iill good spoiling  Illinium-:'   |(o-i|,i  March 11.10OI. Mii.t.   '      Dltuwn,Uarelilrd.HU),

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