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HOARSENESS
Cllreil liy
Antiseptic Throat Pastilles
25c. a box at
BEWS' DRUG STORE
The Mail
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Clean Healthy Teeth
lii-v. *' Pharmacal Tootb Powdtr
! '  II   ,!.,..Ill,- I,'i,i
Price 75 cents
WALTER BEWS,Phm.B.
DltUliOIST AND STATIONS!!
Vol. 12,-No. 52
REVELSTOKE. B. C. FEBRUARY :>\
$2.50 Per Year
Hail
Order
Uept-
C. B. Hume ci Co.
Wrili)
For
Samples
LIMITED.
DEPARTMENT-STORE.
WHEN A MAN LEAVES
OFF HIS OVERCOAT
He feels the need of it New Suck Suit.
There are many little points of difference that distinguish
this year's Style from the one in vogue last Autumn,
It is by comparing the 20th CENTURY BRAND of Men's
Fine Tailored Garments with the ordinary kind of llendy-to-
Wear Clothing that you see just bow much these "little points
of difference " mean.
If you aim to be well dressed, they mean much to you.
If you realize their importance, you will be quick to appreciate the new single-breasted Suits we are offering at from
$15.00 to $25.00.
NEW  DRESS  GOODS
We are showing some ol the advance style in Dress materials
—they aro lovely goods. You must see these to appreciate them.
They are interesting.
Tbe New Mohairs in pretty plaids and over-check. Nice
thing lor Spring., Shirtwaist SuitB—they shed the dust so nice
—at 40c. and 50c.
The New Thing in Grey Tweeds, nice, light Steel anil Silver
Grey lor making up, with the Eaton anil Pony Coat Suits.
GROCERIES
Tlie Place to get Your Breakfast Foods
Hlb. sacks-II. *' K. R Oats   35c
10 lb.   "   (irahani Flour      ,15c
10 Ib.   "   Com Meal   -   -   30c
(lib.    "   Wheat- ('.mimics   30c
61b.    "   Meata    -   -   •   30c
Shredded Wholo Wheat Biscuits
15c. Pckg.
Cream ol Wheat     -   25c.   "
Force   -      -      -      15c.   "
Malta Vita  -     -     15c.   "
H.ll.B. Wheat Flour    30c.   "
Grape Nuts     •     3 Pckg. 50c
Wheatlne "    "
li, Gem     •      •      •   "     "
Malt Brcttkluat food 15c, package,   (Junker Outs 15c. package.
100 lbs. Best Mount Royal Flour $2.90
100 lbs, Royal Household $3.00.
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY-SECOND FLOOR.
C.B. Hume & Co., Ltd
DEPARTMENT  STORE.
REVELSTOKE
SAWMILL CO.
Making Splendid Progress with
the New Mill.
A rcpreiepiatlve ol the Mill-Herald
ycslerday piild ll visit to tho Big Eddy
when) it wus found excellent progress
is being mud:' with ihe Installation
of the new mill 1,,-ing erected by the
ROvolstoke Sawmill Company, Limited, The building lms been piiitiletl in
liemniitc colors picked ,,ul with "lulc
It i* also ivliitcivashinl throughout the
inlcrior um! is thu neatest looking
mill building in liritish Columbia,
Going lhii,ugh ili,' inlcrior uf llie
llllll we found the iirriingenieiits even
boiler limn outside. The big plant
is liiin; rapidly g"t ill place: the
machine ill p where the lilting is dune
looks lil.ii a h vi, ol industry; nnd us
(lie ln.t cur ol inticli,nory is now
on llm wny llie mill will sunn bo
en plcle nnd renily lor operation by
Ih, beginning ol April us originally
plan n ed
Noltvillisl Hiding tho iiiifiivornhle
weather ut present guild progress lias
li en made in gelling out logs nt Ihe
logging (.imps on ibe Jordan river.
Suiisinniiiil Improvements nre being
iiniii,- ut the boom, which will place it
in M bettor petition than over (or
handling lho logs ns I Ley coini.' ilown
he liver
The ooilipiiilt bus adopted it progressive policy by establishing yu ils
I-their own through A Iberia in d S.tt-
■ Illldll-W.ill.
EVAMINE.
Stamp hrllli to be Increased.
A 11. llrncey, M. Iv, manager nl tlio
Eva iuin?, wns in tho city Moudu'y
Anted as lo the oul look at-the'Evil,
Mr. Grucey considers it very eiieoui
aging. Tbey have a large body of ore
of proved valuei whioh can bo worked
at a profit und the larger the scale ol
operations the greater the profit. The
gold values occur in louses und shools
throughout the wide fissure muss and
lho me averages between $5 and Iii
A iense 18 ft. wide, formerly worked
by the Calumet and B. C. to the surface, has now been proved up for 125
feet lower than the level to which it
was formerly opened, and presents a
large quantity ol milling ore. It iB
intended to considerably increase tbe
capacity of the mill at an early date,
and when UiiB is done the Eva will
doubtless be placed on tho permanent
dividend paying stage.
0, P. R. nnd Arrowhead Lumber Oo,
teunis, nt  which the   former  woro
winners.
We nre pleased lo learn thut the
Indies hnve decided to form u bowling
club. Thny will have their lirst ganio
next Thursday evening, Feb, 22nd,
and desire nil Indies who nre interested
to tuke part in this* gnnio.
NAKUSP.
from Our Own Correspondent
The Wcmen's Auxiliary of the English church will hold their Box Social
on Tuesdny evening, Feb. 27.
Mrs. R. Abbie is spending a lew
days with her Bister, Mrs. D. St. Denis
at Slocan City.
Mrs. J. Caddcn, who has been visiting Mrs. L. F. McDougald, has returned to Three Forks
Mr. R. McLeod, who was injured in
one ol the Y. C. L. Co'b. camps, is improving very nicely.
Born on Monday, Feb. 19, to the
wile of M. McCarthy of the Grand
Hotel, a Bon.
R. Glendenning and J. Stoba spent
a l,:W days at the Halcyon.
ARROWHEAD
From our own corri-sjioniltinL
Rev, Dr. Herdman, Supt. ol l'reby-
lerian Missions in Alberta and British
Columbia, visited Arrowhead lust
Saturday and Sunday. Dr. Herdman
is well pleased with tho work now
being done here.
A little baby girl has come to
brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs. I).
Cameron.
Mrs. T. Ludgate, who has been in
the hospital for the past week is regaining health.
J. Kelly and G. Clark returned to
Arrowhead on Tuesday.
D. Dondoncau and son arrived from
the east Tuesday to take charge ol the
Big Bend Lumber Company's boarding bouse. Mr. Dondoneau has for
many years been employed as cook for
the Rathbun Company of Ontario.
W. P. Pagett, representing the Alberta Pacific Elevator Company of
Calgary, visited Arrowhead this week.
Two contests were played in the
Itowling alley Monday evening. Tbe
lirst was a game by the young ladies
(between lixteen and forty), Ior which
Rev. Mr. Johnston contributed prizes.
The tirst prize, a silver toast rack was
won by Miss Bull whose score for the
two games was 189. The booby prize,
a pretty picture frame fell to Miss
Short. Good scoreB were made by
Miss Brown and Miss Tingley, 132
and 129 respectively. A practice
match was then playtd between tho
FIELD.
About 21) men are employed io c inunction with tho 0. P. K. round house
here,
The following engineers are ul present stationed hero running on th*. big
hi 1:—J. Blundiii, J. Nowilt, F. Ncwiti,
W. AdiiitiHi.ii, I'. Ilooley, F. Miirkcn
rot, W. Mcpherson, II. MoRaii, P
Li-iiiie, (I. Storcr.
It is expected llie Dcpnrlincnt, of
the Interior will do ooiitiilcrtble work
to improve the townsitc by funking
Btieels, laying sidewalks and putting
in u water supply as litis been dono nt
llaiilV. When Mr, Ituthwell, Deputy
of the Minister ol the Interior, wns
here ho announced lho government
would likely put these works in hand
nt an curly duto.
Work on construction of the Yoho
Valley Road will bu resumed curly in
the spring in crclot to have the mad
opi-ne  for tourist trnlllo ihis louton.
AT THE OPERA HOUSE
A Big Andience Greeted the
Melrose Stock Co.
Tito Stolroso Stook i o appeared in
the Opera House Insl nijrjit in "Chick,
tlie Mountain' Wail." On the whole
Ibe piny win very good, tho loidiug
purls being hundli'il in hotter style
Hun is iisinil even tinning prolott-
ioinils. An iiiiiuensiiiiiiilieiici-('..leti-il
the perloriners.
Mrs. Melrose, iu the loading rule,
was ailccidcd success, and at Ihe close
of the piny, wns presented with a Innil-
BOinc bouquet. Miss Macniveu nud
Miss lloltner made their lirst, appearance and aotod iheir parts splendidly,
Ihey both seem to have the makings
of good artistes.
Among the gentlemen Messrs, Mel
rose nnd Hudson wcro "right there
every time,'' the former being fcppluud-
ed frequently for his ready wit. Me-irs.
Chilton and Chambers, old favorites
with Revelstoke audiences, handled
very dillicult parts, but acted well up
to the mark. Mr. Carl Kidd, a new
actor played the part of Horace
Sinclair in good style. Mcurs Palmer
and Lunil look the small roles of
Banty and Jim and made the very
best ol the parts.
The intervals between nets were
filled in with selections by Messrs.
Liglitbournc, Hudson, Humphries and
Burke, and that ouch item was fully
appreciated was evidenced by tbe
hearty applause accord, d each in turn,
Miss Garvin made an excellent accompanist.
The entertainment was one ol tbe
best amateur perforniniires ever given
in the cily.
After the conclusion of llie programme n dance was held, music being
furnished by Miss Garvin, Messrs.
Melrose and Gibbons.
CONCERT.
The best Smoking Concert ovor held
in tlm city was given on Saturday last
in Selkirk Hall, when nearly 200
friends of W. H. Humphreys wcro
present to sliow him their good will.
Under the chiiiriniinbhip of B. A.
Lawson, whose jolly presence and
bubbling geniality added greatly to
the evening's enjoyment, ucontinuous
programme ol vocal and instrumental
music was sustained for threo and a
half liiiurs, entirely by local mon, and
the vociferous and hearty applause
given to every number on tlio programme proved that the excellent
quality oi the entertainment was
thoroughly appreciated, Thc programme was as IoIIowb:
Orchestral quartet selections, J. (1.
Harbor, II. Watt, ,1. W. McKee and 0,
It, Miiclloiinld; song, F. Burk; Violin-
cello selections, M, Hastings; songs,
J. W. Rhodes; Harmonica selections,
licit Crick; songs, J. Lyons; orchestral
selections, R. N. Doyle, R. Armstrong.
It. Sawyer, G. Knapp, E. Edwards and
J. Melrose; sougs, 11. Cook; highland
lling, R.N. Doyle; songs, W. Burnett;
bone duett, B. A. Lawson, P. Murphy;
vocal trios, A. Annan, F. Burk and T.
Hudson jgramaphone selections; tword
dance, J. Allen, with bagpipe skirl
provided by W. Griffiths; flongs, W. II.
Humphreys; recitation, B. A. Lawson;
songs, R. Tapping; vocal quartot, W,
A. Chambers, A. Armiiii, F. Burk und
T. Hudson; songs, J. Barber, J. Melrose, J. Hooloy and W. Veith, ably
assisted ai pianists.
Hearty thanks to those who had
made the smoker such a success was
voiced by W. H. Humphreys and u
vote of thanks to B. A. Lawson and to
H. Cook, who had acted us chairman
the last hour of the concert, wound up
au entertainment long to be remembered.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Grand Trunk Pacific Causes
Anxious Enquiries —Blair's
New Job The Algeciras
Question Big Explosion at
Khartoum Conservatives to
Contest Victoria Bye-election
Ottawa, Feb. 21— Sir Wilfrid Ladder dunies Ihe story that the Grand
Trunk Pticillo will not build wesl ,,(
Edmonton (or s,nun yens to com,-,
lle suvs no  latter or cubic  bus bee!
received by tho government from the
company inliiiinting uny dillicult) hi
liiinnciiig llm in,milium .section.
General Manager Mono e-iyi'work
west ol Edmonton Is being prtiBooulc'd
wilh us much vigor ns possible at Ihi-
time of year and the'lino will be extended to llm 1'iii'ilie co.isl well within
the timo culled fur in tho contract
with tlie Dominion whioh require! if
lu be rciuly lor opera!ion by 1911',
VANCOtivi.lt, Feb. 21,—Morse's state-
nu-nt regarding lho (I. T. P. does not
sound good to cuiisl. people, SUniO
taking it ili.it. the ooinniiiiy does not
intend to construct in II. 0. unlil llie
lust possible moment because it did
not get, the subsidy Morse Itskcil (nV,
Ottawa, Feb -L- -II -n. i.U, (flair
ilu- new counsel lor the C, P. II. a(
Ottawa, will lirst appear Ior tbo oniti-
jinny before III" Railway Ceniitillssinil
when the email inbrohunts protest Is
takon up,
A,.,;i-:i'ik.vs, Fob, 21,—Germany*B ro-
i'iiniI to niool Franco hull way1 resoi cling policing Morocco lias 'produced a
deadlock, bul tb'oie is iiu likelihood
of wnr talk
Liimiiin, Poh, 21—A great explosion
occurcd at tho British barracks at
Khartoum causing considerable loss of
life and much damage
Five British ollieeisinid a company
of nnl ive. troops huvo been killed by
Inini lies noarSdkoto, Northern Nigeria.
Tiic House ol Commons occupied
all yesterday discussing the Speech
Irom the Throno, An amendment
will be moved from the. government
benches forcing the government to put
itself on record regarding Home Rule
Viotokia, Feb. 21.—Conservatives
last night met and decided to place a
candidate In the field in opposition to
Senator Teinplemuii,
PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE.
Victoria   Feb. 21.—At the Kaien
Island inquiry last night J, Anderson
admitted under prutest that Larscn
bud given lilm $10,000 und one-sixteenth Interest in some adjoining
lands for work in surveying Union
Island, hut ho gut uotliing from the
G. T. P.
The University Bill passed its reading yesterday by 24 to 15, Dr. King
voting with the government, und
Messrs. Ellison and Houston being
absent.
There wns u long debate on the
mended School Act. McBride scored
Oliver. Muciloiiiild moved an iinicnd
monl lo ri'iicnl Ihe act ol last year
altogether. Munro, Puterson und
Evans, supported the motion, and
moved the adjournment.
At the adjournment of the House
McBride asked Ellison if he would
withdraw his telephone bill, us it wus
inopportune to jiubs it just now,
Ellison refused to withdraw it but
consented to stand it over for a time.
TAXING LUMBER.
Big Fight at Victoria.
The biggest light siiwmillnieu and
timl er-ownort 111 this province wore
ovory interested in is proceeding at
Victoria today, It is the lighl ol tho
timber-owners of the province ngalusl
the amendments to tlm Lund Aot, by
Whioh Mr, W, J, Bowser, M. L. A. for
Vancouver, seeks to impose u graduated tux (iu addition to tbe usual
royalty ol fifty cents per thousand
loot) upon nil timber cut in thil pro
vince, save that on which taxes unpaid to the Dominion Government.—
Province.
CHURCHES.
mktiiomst—A Swedish Missionary
from Vanoouver, is holding services al
tho Mothodiit Church each evening
thii week, lor the benefit ol tin
Scandinavian residents oi the city.
Bourne Bros.
Dealeps  in  Gpoceries,   Hardware,   Stoves,
Harness, Hay, Flour Peed, Etc.
Our sales of QUAKER BRAND canned fruits
find vegetables increase daily, They ure the only first
grade canned goods in Revelstoke and people will have
Ihem.
Brandon Flour $2.75 per 100 lbs.
Creamery Butter in bulk, 28c. per Ib.
Try Our 40c, Teas and Fresh Ground Coffees.
MCKENZIE AVE., REVELSTOKE
E.  J.  BOURNE,
Boots and Shoes, Men's Furnishings.
Ready-Made Clothing.
FIRST STREET. REVELSTOKE.
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
(.ipltM Aiiiliiiriwul. Si.kxiuiu   Capital Paid Up,|3600,000.  Rest, 18500,000.
Head Oilier. Toronto, Ontakio.
!Hratiahos In tlio Northwest Territorial, Manitoba, Ontario end ynuber
Ami ilm following ih lints in British Cownbia:   Cranbrook, Qoldou,
Nelson, llovolstoltn, rnuil Lako, Arrowhead, Vmicinivor nml Victoria.
T. U MrmitiTT, President.       D. It. W ilk IB, Vice-President and Unuorn! Manager.
K. ll w, Assistant Qonoral Manager.   W. Moffat, Chief Inspector.
fjg Revelsloke Branch, It C. -A General [tanking Business Transacted
Savings Department- Deposits Received uiul Interest AI In wed.
Drafts sold available in nil parts of Canada, Duttad States and Kurnpe.
Special attention given to collections. A. E. Pmrpt, Manager
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incur in) rated by Act of Parliament, 1S&5.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. Mim.siin M.u'I'hkumiin, Pies. S. II. Kwinb, Vice-Pres.
James Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything in way of banking business transacted without un-
necessary delay.
Interest credited twice a year at current rates on Savings Bunk
dopoaite.
\V. II. PRATT, Manager,
Rkvklstoke, B. C.
StockTakingCash Sale
To reduce our large stock we will give most
LIBERAL DISCOUNTS FOR CASH
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'ALUMINUM GOODS AT COST**
lluve vou overlooked our offer of English  Enamelled
mills I Ware?  All our itcckiol ALUMINUM GOODS,
SAUCEPANS, TEA KETTLE8, oto,
Do you think Uml wo ndvertitoithia merchandise at cost
only to bring you inlo the Store and -ell al tho sunn- old
price»   MIT A HIT!  COME l.\ AND SEE'I
When wo taj telling ut cost, we mean at cost,
Every ineronanl ovoratocki in  sotuo linos anticipating
larger butinen, and we have u number ol enamelled and
steel Saucepans, Ten Kettles and Aluminum Kitchen Uton-
*ils which iiiiisi h" io make room for Now Spring Goode,
During Our Stnck-Tftkinii Season these goods wil] be offered
ii Cost Price.
Lawrence Hardware. Co., Ltd. f
SMftil Onion Promptly attended to,    - P.O. Hox 181.
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Alexander McMillan, of thc Arrowhead Lumber Co. and railway contrac
tiny linn ol McMillan mid .McDonald,
speaking ol railway oonttruotiou generally, said he considered work in
Canada hud only begun. Up to thil
time they bud virtually only touched
the edge! of railway development, and
that in the next ten yeurs there would
lie more building than there bad been
in the pint quarter of a century.
A rear-end collision which occurred
on the C.P.R. at Winnipeg last week
wut almost 01111 par with the roar-end
oollision occurring a lew weeks uyo
west ol Kamloops. The engine of the
passenger was in bad repair and "died."
A freight train, the engineer of whicU
fulled to notice the llagiueii sent out
by the pastenger conductor, bounded
into tht pulliiiuu, severely injuring
several ptsttngtrs.
_i THE MAIL-HERALD, REVRIiSTOKK B.C,
Constructed on the broiulesl and mosl advanced ulcus anil
with .01 ilu- p-ii,-,-lieu of eoiislriK'lionii! deltiil
* NORDHEIMER
PIANO
I* m-ogoi-ed to-ilii) ,,* the musical siaiiilaril ,>l C-in.uiii, iioksqksIiiu' as
,i ,l,„-*. I,-.ion,■*in,,1 iiniii,ii,-ri*ii,*, eiiilorsetl nol oul) by music-inns everywhere, bul all persons ol unprejudiced musical ability who liistanlly tveog-
ui/,- it* excjiiisirt) qualities .nnl nli,- ii llieir iiiisiinieil prulKO,
For purily of lone nnd iwwcr, coailiiiicd wilh u norfocl action uiul
poetical touch, the NORDHEIMER PIANO is distinguished lo un
exceptional degree, Can bo had Cor n ven lillle mure Hum lite so many
Inferior makes thai are being sold In Ihis cily,   Vuu may own one of lltosa
I'l.iti,,* !,\ making h small piivmeul down and i'u- liuluiui- on terms tu suil.
Calf or mil,' i„ ih,- Agents l"r KiihIoi-ii llriii*li Columbia.
I \i roitY  TORONTO,
REVELSTOK! IVAREROOMS, I'IRST STREET,
REVELSTOKE INSURANCE AGENCY LTD., SOLE AGENTS
Gbc fll>ail4)cvalc%
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HAY AT
REVELSTOKE, R.C.,
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subscription rates.
Including postage to England, United Stall
mul Canaan.
Ily the yoar [through i„,-it,ill,,|
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ADVERTISING  RATES.
Ix-k-nl notice-In cents nor lino ilr-i Insert!	
Jcentuporllno each lubsoguonl in-criiini.
MoaiiiromontiNonparlol li: Iim-* mako ono
Inclil. store mul gonora! binlnoss an-
niiiiii.'i-iiu'iil- RSI por liu-li por month.
l-n-r.-rrml poslllom, 4'' per cell . nil-
dlllonal. Birtlii, Marrlagoa nml Dwitlw,
fioo each Insertion, AH nuverllsouiotiw
■ulilocl lo tho approval oltho innnagoinonl.
Wautorl nml r,,i„l,-ii-,-,l Advortliomonts:
w.-ni* Wanted, Help Wnnl.'il, Bltiintlona
wanted, SItuntloni Vacant, Teachers
\v,,i,i,-,l. Moclinnlm W'anlod. m words or
loss Mo,, i-iii'l, additional lino m conl*
Changoa In ittuidlng ndvorUtompnla must
bc in liy 0 a. in. Tuesday ond Friday nl
each week In secuiT good display.
Jon PRINTING promptlyoxooulodat reason-
able rates,
TERMS Cub,  Bubaoripllons pnyablo In ad|
vanoe.
CORREi-l'ONliKNCS Invited on matlors ol
public Interest. Cominiuitoatlona to hill-
lor iiiu-t bo accompanied i,y namo 01
writer, not iieee..**iirily for publication, Iml
«> evidence of good faith, Corroipondonoo
should lit- brief.
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It.   MO 11111 MON,
1)K NT 1ST.
Ollll-K 1
THK NEW LAWHKNCK HLOCK.
McKenzie Aveniif.
HARVEY, McOARTER
AND P1NK11AM,
BABRI8TKHS, BOLI01TOB8, ETC.
Orricit:  iMi-KiiiAi. Hank Hlock, Huvbi.-
stokii, B.C.
Money lo loan. ,   , ,,
Offlee-l Revelstoke, II. C.l Kort Steele, II. t.
Gto. 8. McCaKTKK.
A. M. l'lNKUAM.
Revelitoke, B, 0,
J. A. Haiivkv.
Fort Steelo, B. 0,
s
J. M. Scott I.L.ll. W, 1. BrlgKB,
H'OTT   AND   BRIOGS
BABR18TER8, SOLICITOUS, ETC.
MONEY to Loan
Solicitous fob Molsonb Bank
First Street. Kevelstoke, B.C
savings of tho people, would particularly aid in providing lho
necessary funds for business nnd
residential buildings in tlie cily,
and would be oms of thu best uml
soundest Institutions that could
bedevlaod from an investment and
financial point of view.
THE HIGH SCHOOL,
The work of the High School is
now stillioient to warrant securing
the services of another toucher.
We understand Ihere arc now four
classes und fourteen subjects so
that it is absolutely unreastmulile
to expect a teacher to handle all
that work and do it elliolently.
Wo regret to see that parents of
pupils attending llio High School
do not support Ihe school by ensuring butler attendance, This school
is a great boon to Revolsloko and
the most should be made of tho
opportunity to show that it is
appreciated. Those parents who
arc party to the irregular attendance complained of are not. doing
their duty by Ihe school.
E
DWA.RD A. HAGGBN,
Mining Engineer,
iMem. American Institute Mining Engineer*)
Cauadian Mining Institute,)
Revelstoke, B. 0.
Examination of and reports on Mineral Pro
pert.es a Specialty.
Agent for Canadian Metal Company, buyers
of zinc on.'!*.
Financial A-.M-iUini.i-- given owners and prospector* to operate and develop
approved properties.
XTbc flfoail4)eralo
■ I would . . . earnestly advise them (or
their good to order thUpaper to be punctually
erved up. and to lie looked uj-oii i- a part of
the tea equipage."-ADDl«ON.
ELEVATE THE YOUNG.
The churches of Revelstoke are
not doing their duty by providing
healthy mental training for the
young people of tho city. There
are no more important means of
keeping in touch with and elevating the calibre of future citizens
than by literary and debating societies conducted on u broader
ground than sectarianism. The
Methodist Church does some work
in this direction through ihe Ep-
worth League, but if each church
had associated with it a well organised literary and debating society its influence for good would
be vastly extended, as u desire for
Belt-improvement would he encouraged and maintained among the
members of these societies.
WBDNE8DAY, FEBRUARY 21,1906
Political feeling in Canada gets
pretty strong at election limes, but
is not a patch on the strenuousness
of opinion in Britain at the last
election*. The Times relate* an
instance where on a candidate and
his friends entering a church, Ihe
worshippers- rose and left the
building.
PROVINCIAL
LEGISLATURE
I el ion of school rates to bo in the
bunds ol provincial atsettors, wh,
hIiiiII make (bait assessment roll to be
submitted to the truoteee, instead of
the trustees mnkinn up Hit ol n-inies
iu lirst place.
II, Qovcrniiionttupplciiient.tiy (limit
for teachers' salaries to be paid quarterly In municipal school districts nud
monthly In rural districts, lut'ead of
liiilf-yeiuiy in bulb cases.
-I. Provisions for  establishment ol
hicji schools only in mitnicipiil school
districts, and not In a union uf out
side rural school distiicts, ns loruierly.
fi. Income ol regularly employed
touchers ami salaries and wn-ics ol
pervins under tweiity-ono yeurs ol
age exempted from assessment.
II. Mines and minerals, unworked
Crown granted mineral claims nud
railways tu be included with assessable property under tbe Act.
7. Separate qualifications given for
void's and trustees in assisted schools,
and provisions made for qualification
of voters in rural tchonl districts
before nsseesment list is mndo up.
1111,1.8,
The reports were adopted oil tbe
Statutes and Journals Bill, and tho
B. C. Northern and Alaska Railway
Co. Bill.
The House then went into committee on a lengthy series of incisures
namely, tho Southern Okanagan
Railway Bill, the Kamloops and Yellow-hem! 1'iisi Railway Bill, the Britisli
Columbia Central Railway Bill, the
Act lu incorporate the Canadian l'latt
tHuss Insurance Co., the Act relating
to the Union Steamship Co. ol British
Columbia, the B. 0, Northern and
Mackenzie Vallay Railway Bill, the
Act lu revise, ratify and confirm the
Cowichan, Alborni and Fort Rupert
Railway Co. Act, tha Act to (incorporate the Southeast Kootenny Railway
Co.
There was considerable debute on
sevi-.ial ol theso measures heloro tbey
got through, notably on the Southeast
Kootenay Railway Bill, where there
wns a fight over clause 2!) of tbe pro-
poled measure, which grants tbe
Company power to acquire coal oil
lauds iu the district, and to sell or
otherwise dispose ol tho sume. Mr.
Patterson (Island!) opposed Ibis, but
Rosi (Fernie) pointed out that the
Company bud already acquired these
rights when incorporated as a coal and
oil company, and that the clause
merely confirmed these pnivert to the
railway company,
Mr. Oarter-Cotton differed, but Mr.
Price Kllison said that the point had
been very carefully considered by the
railway committee, and thc conolhtion
hud been arrived at that, in order to
enable the company to tloat their pro
ject and build the railway, it win
necessary to give them this clause
otherwise the railway might not lie
built for years, with the result tint
the province would, (or an indefinite
period, be deprived of its lienelit and
of i large revenue.
The clause passed and progress  wai
reported.
The House adj,aimed at 1:60 p in.
Victoria, li. ('.. Feb. II. 1906
An,,ther day of riutine. and inlicl
business bit been transacted.
way history ol Camilla Inr such a
thing nnd hu warmly supporte-i the
ill"tiil.nr lor Yale in moving lhat the
w ,1'ils "or Kamloops" he struck out ol
section 8,
Up rose lion F .1. Fulton, whose
resident iu I city was being so II11 kind I)'
discriminated against,
"Does tbo honourable member tor
Itiissluiid sny that,there i« no piece
dent for a railway company being
given what he culls n roving terminus?'1
quolli the l'riivinciul Secretary, "Woll,
1 can tell him that there Is, and one
Hindi- hy his own party, too."
"Where, then?" asked the member
for Rosiland, with some heat.
t'niiliiiuiiil tin I'iikii Tin,,,,.
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That's Royal Crown kind-
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And tho money saving is the
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Booklet tells what we give lor
Roval Crown Wrappers. Send
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Vancouver, B. C.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty duy.
aflor date we intend to Hpply to the Hon.
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for n
special license to out and carrv away timbor
from the followiiiR described lands:
1. Commencing nt a t ost plantod about two
milos west from Bannock Point on Upper Arrow Lake nnd marked it. B. L. Co'l southeast
corner post," thenco north NO chains, thence
wost RU chains, thence south 8(1 chains, thence
oi-t 80 chains to point of commencement,
'1. Commoucitig nt a post planted about
threo miles wost from Bannock point nn Upper
Arrow Lake nnd marked "B. R. L. Co's south*
oast cornor post." thence north Ml chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
theuce onst 8(1 chains to point of commencement,
Feb. 2nd, 1900.
ml BIG BEND LUMBER CO., LTD.
NOTICE.
BUILDING SOCIETY.
' An effort should be made to
make Revelstoke the financial centre of the interior of British Columbia. Revelsloke bat tbe biggest
railway and industrial payroll of
any inland city, and with proper
nurture can be made an important
centre lor the organisation of
sound industrial, mining and commercial enterprises which will
prove profitable to the investors,
and do much to develop the resources of the city and district. One
ol the lirst steps that slum Id be
taken is the organisation ol a local
building society. This would form
a safe held for iuvcstim-nt lor the
Victobia, ll. i'.. Feb, IS, 1906,
The routine policy of yesterday was
mainly adhered to to-day, the Premier,
the Chief Commissioner ol Lauds und
Works and a number of members
being ttill absent, at they cannot get
fr..in New Westminster till to-night.
An Act t,, amend the Public School!
Act, was introduced by Hon. F.J.
Fulton, Minister of Education, und
read u lirst time, As thil measure is
one ol public interest alt over the
province, the following principal
features of the amendment proposed
may lie mentioned. They ure as
follows I —
1. Schools in rural municipalities
to be under the control of ,,nii school
board elected for the whole munioi-
jislity und the municipalities to be
classed with cities under the stylo of
" Municipal School Districts." In
inch cases thc assessment, collection
and disbursement of school rates to be
iu the hundiof the municipal councils.
2, In rural school districts outside
I municipalities assessment and col-
OEKERAl.
Price Ellison (Vernon) introduced
an act lor the extermination of wild
horses, which passed   its lirst leading.
The act to incorporate tin. II. C
Northern mul Alaska Hallway Co
passed its third reading.
Report! were a lopted regarding the
Bella Coola and Fraser \'a ley Kail-
way Co. Act, the Kamloops uud Yel
lowhead Puss Railway Act, the 11 C.
Centrhl Railway Act, tin- Canadian
Plate (lluss Insurance Co, Act, the
Cowichan, Albenii and F,,rt Rupert
Railway Co. Act, and the Boiithetit
Kootenay Railway Co. Act.
The following bills were reported
complete with amendments:
The Southern (Ikaiingaii Railway
Co. Act, the Act relating to the Union
Steamship Co. of llritiih Columbia
Lt, tbe B 0, Northern mid Mackenzie Valley Railway Co. Act. tht Aslicroft, Barkerville and Fort 'leorge
Railway Co, Act, the St. Mary's Valley
Railway Co. Act, und the St. Mary's
and Cherry Creek Railway Co, Act.
A TERMINAL QOEBTION.
In   committer!   on   the    Alhoroft,
Barkerville and Fort George Railway
Go. Act above mentioned, Mr Stewart
Henderson (Yulej achieved a victory.
In section .'! of this Aslicroft, Barkerville and Fort (leorge. Railway Co.
Act, Kamloops ii mentioned ai an
alternative terminus to Aslicroft.
Mr. .1, A. Maedonald (Rossland)
lender ol the Opposition, promptly
rose and denounced the hill in unmeasured terms fur having what he
called   "n roving terminus."    Thorn
V OTICE is hereby givon (lint, 30 rlays altsr
ll dnte.JI intend to apply to tlio Chief Com.
niissioner fit Lnnrls anil Works loraspecial
licenso (n cut and cam away timber Irom tlie
lolliiwinc described lauds situated on west
side „( Upper Arrow Lake in West Kootenay
district: -
1, Commencing at a ]„,st marked "Rnbert
Sanderson's north east curlier," and planted on a
hta-eil line running east In,in Piiigston Creek and
crossing the divide about two miles west ol Sanderson's lime kiln, tlience smith 80 chains, thence
west so chains, tlience north So chains, thence
east so chains to point ot commencement,
i. Commencing nt a p„st marked "11. ,s. smith
,-.i*t corner.* and planted about III chains west, (
post descrils-d in tlrst location, thenco north sn
chains, tlience w,-*i 80 chaini, tlience smith 80
,'liiiins, thence ,-nst 80 chains to point „f commencement.
l»:ite,( this slit tiayol January, imti.
ROBERT SANDERSON,
Halcyon, 11.0.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium.
Under the new nianngement of
Hauky  McIntosh,  Hoffman   House
Rowland.
'Illll-: MEDICAL WATERS of Hal-
J. cyon are the most curative in the
world. A perfect, natutal remedy fur
nil Net vou! und Muicuiar diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates on all hums nnd trains. Two
mails afrive und depart every day.
Telegra h communication with all
lnnrls of Ilu- World,
Tkiimh  $12 to $|h pm- week,   For
forth,-r particulars apply to
HARRY McINTOSH
Halcyon Hot Springs
A, it tt «" nt#, ». C.
THE CITY EXPRESS
E. W. B. Pa|?el, Prop.
Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,
etc., to any purl ofthe City.
Any Kind of Transferring
There are still a lev unploc left ol
the Christmas edition ol the Koo
IBHAY Mail, the finest illustrated
paper ever published in Revelstoke,
Price 50 cents. Order before supply is
exhausted, interior Publishing Company, Ri-vi-lsliike, 11.0.
NOTICK
N OTIOK Is hereby given that thirty iky* after
diUu I Intend In apply Ln ilm llmi, chief
Onumilssttiiier nf Umls and Works, for a special
license tn cut, mul miry nwny timbor from tha
inllnH hm ili-M-viiii'il lands:
CiitniiK'iii'iHii al ii post plant I'd al tlie Ninth
...-I onici' ni tlm 0, l\ B. Itliirk, Nu. :17a, near
niniitli nf MiiMipiiln Greek, anil nuiuIiih liicliitliu
vest, tlience itin chains smith, tlience w chains
cast, iiiciiri' nm chains north in place <>f mm-
lllC'IICUIIIfllt,
Dated Jan, null, iwti,
111:1
RKMIAltl- MAXWKI.I..
NOTICE-
OT1CK IS HKItKHY UIVKN' that thirty
VfOTI
IN da
Chief Ci
days afler date 1 Intend lo Hpply to the
ConnnUlouur of UiiiIh and \\
U limine to oul and carry aw
tho following dfscrllied lands
■nay District:
Coiuiueiiclllg at a post marked  "(!, ll Kirk's
uliif ConimUlouor of I*iiiuIh and Works for a
special limine to oul and carry away timber
frum tho following described lands In West
Kootenay District:
smith east turner post," plant cd at the ninth east
cm hit of ilmiii'i' limit ml and ubout ime ami one-
half miles frum Itlind Bay on the north arm uf
Arrow bake, tlience mirth Hi) ehalus, thence west
120 ehiilns, thence smith IO ehains. tliunce eust 80
cliiiins, tlience south 411 chains, tlience east 40
■hiiliiH 10 point uf cuimnenceineiit,
Dated Jany, 20th, WHO.
NOTICE.
\TOTICK is hereby riven Hint thirty days
1\ aftor dale we intend to niiiily to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for special
license to cut and carry away timber from the
following described lands situate In West
Kunloiiay district;
Location i,—Commencing at a post marked
Bert Blyth's North-west Corner Post," planted
alieiiit ... miles north-east of Mosquito bake;
thence east iSO clmins; thence south K0 elulns;
theuce west 8(1 chains; tlience north 80 clmins ju
point of commencement.
Location 2.-Commencing at a post marked
lleri lllyth's North-oast Corner Post." planted
about 21., miles north-east of Mosquito bake,
thence smith Illll chains; tlience west. 10 chaius:
thence north 100 chains; tlience east to 'chains to
point of eiiuimencement.
HKKT Hl.YTH.
February Illll, 1.KX). M-17
JOTICB 18 HKKKBY UIVKN that thirty
days after dato we intond lo apply to Ilu
if Commissioner of Lands and Works for
(Jhlol Commissioner ol Lands nml Works lor a
s|ie,-i„l license lo cut and carry away timber
Irom lho following described lands:
Nn. 1.
(lommonoing nt n iiost plnntod on lho west
sldo ol lho north fork ol Kosthnll Creek and
about two und ono-quatter milos above tho
lorks and mnrkod " lllg Ilcud Lumbor Company's Southwest Corner Post," Ihenco norlli
itin chains, tliuncu west III cliiiins, llicnun south
llm chains, thenco east III chains to point ol
commencement.
No. 2.
Conimonclng nt, a post plnntod ou the oast
side nl the north lork ol rVthall Crook about
ono and one-halt miles abovo tbo forks and
marked "Big Bend Lumbor Company's Sooth-
west corner post, thenco north 100 chains,
thonco cast 10 uhalns, thence south till cliiiins,
thonco wost 11) ohains to point of commencement,
No. 3,
Commencing at a post planted about ono half
mllo from tho west hank of tho north fork of
Fosthall Crook mul ubout one mllo above tho
forks and marked " lllg llond Lumber Company's Southeast Cornor I'nst," thenoo north
Ion chains, thonco west 10 cliiiins, thenco south
1110 ohains, thence cast CO chains to point of
commencement.
No.l,
Commencing at a tiiwl planted about one half
mllo from thc wost kiik of tho north fork ol
Fosthall Creek nnil about four milos above the
forks nnd marked "lllg Bond Lumbor Company's Northeast Cornor Post," thenoo wost 80
ohafns, thence south 80 chains, thenco oast 80
ehains, thence north 80 ohaina to point of commencement. . .
HIG nKND LUMBKIl COMPANY, Ltd.
Arrowhead, B.C.,
Jan. 23.1000. -MI2«
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that an application
.. Ill be mado to the Legislative Assembly ol
the Province ot liritish Columbia, at Its next
session (or an Act to incorporate a company to
in, called "The Kamloops and Yellow Held
Pass Railway Company,'1 with power to construct, equip and operate a line ol railway
Irom a point at or near Kamloops, Ihence
running In a northerly direction following
the valleys ol the North Thompson river, the
Canoe river and McLennan's creek to a point
at or near Tete Jaune Cache In the Province
ol British Columbia wllh all such powenas
maybe necessary and expedient for the con-
sirucllou and operation nf said line ul Railway
and w I tii power tu purchase and dcvelnp and
convey over Its eight nl Way, electric po*«,
ami to sell and distribute the same within the
said Province ol British Columbia, and with
power- o a, quire and oiiersle steam boats and
ferries In connection wllh the Railway, aud
wllh poiier to effect, a Junction with any line
ol rallwav to be constructed from tbe south to
a point at or near Kamloops. or with the Canadian Pacilic Railway at that point and also
Willi an)- rallwav coming westward through
the Yellow Bead Pass.
Hated at Vancouver, British Columbia, Ihls
Sib day ol licccmbcr, A.I)., 19ni.
TOPPER .* (1RIKKIN,
Knyal Hank Clumbers, Vancouver,
llrlllsli Columbia,
dlt-Ovv solicitors Ior Applicants.
LOYAL oiianiik LODGE No. Hir-s.
I'tyular meoltllt-l are held In the
llddlellnivs Hall ou Ihe I'lilrd Friday nf ,-hcIi in i.i. ll.. at s |i m. sharp.
\,.liii,,: keilueiiciirilialli Invlled
J a.ACUKNON.W. M
11, J. TAUliKKT, hcc.-Scr.
KOo'l'KNAV si'Alt, K. II. P,
Met-ls on Hrst Tm-sday ol every month, In
I, II. 0. I'. Hull.
,i. AI.'IIKSON, W, P,
II. J.TAIIUKItT, lUil,
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 36, Rtselttokt, B. C.
MhKTH KV'RBY WKI1NK8DAV
III odillellnws' Hall at s
o'clock Vbliltig Knights are
cordially livlled.
J. II, SCOTT,  II, 0,
BTRWABT MeliONAI.il, K.olR..VS.
II. A. BROWN, M, nl K
Kootsnav Lodx* No. It A F* A.M.
Tho regular meet-
Ing- arc held III the
MiiMinln Temple,
aid S'ellows Half.ini
the third Monday li,
•moll month at 8
l,.,„. Vlaltlngbroth-
rcii cordially wcl
otn id
C, A. PKOCUNIKlt, SKCKKTAIIV.
SELKIRK LODQI, NO 11,1.0.0. F.
MttUtTtrrThunda.
evening tirOdil Fallows
Hall tt s o'clock
Visiting brethren oni
dlally Invited to al
Had.
J, MAI 1IIK, Sko
Open Air Rink
W. (], Watson's open air rink
is now open: Ice in good shape
SKATING DAILY.
MISS GARVIN,
TEACH Kit OF PIANOFORTH
KiiKngeniiiiits accepted lor At-
Homes Ac. Theory Lessons a
specialty. Pupils now enrolled lor
the now year,
11. MACnilNAl.ll, N.CI.
AT.
W. H. HUMPHREYS
BASS SOLOIST
Society and Church Concert!.
For termi write Bit 704,
ltevelttolce, II. C.
WOOD YARD
I have started a permanent Wood
Yard on Third street. With mv putt
experience I hope to lie in a potition
Ui satisfy ull i-i-quiii-ini-iils ol customers. Dry I'orilwooil kept, In slock and
supplied iii any lengths al reduced
prices for oiiih,
R. SAMSON,
RE-OPENED!
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FIRST STREET,
Orders Ior Beei and Mutton,
Poultry, Fish tnd inuill gnodi
will receive prompt attention,
A/phonsus De Feo
PROFESSORt
OF P.AN0
Lessons 50c. Each.
(liven at Mr. Dominic Gallloono,
near Station. J
Music supplied at -At Homes" and
Dances.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought,
Cash Prices Paia
F.   B.  WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Richard' R. Copeland
JOBBING CARPENTER)
AND CABINETMAKEll
ilanllcB, Shelving, Siorin  Doors, etc
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Third Street East,
Iti'velstoke
■00000000000000000000000010
Bankhead Coal
I
Gait Coal
$8.70 PER SINGLE TON
Reduction made (or large quantities.
TKI.KI'HONK HO.7.
WAH CHUNG S
Best Firewood in the City,
Shipment of Chinese Canaries just r«-
oeivtcl  Prloet from tl to 16 ttoh
riUIIBTV UAYS aftOT data we Intond to
1 apply to tlio Commissioner of Lands and
Works for nspecial license to cut and carry
away timber from the following described
lands:
I'oimnencliiK at a post planted at the
north-oast comer of K. K S„ Block 800, and
marked " Big Bend Lumbor Company's Southeast, Comer Post," thence north 100 chains,
theni.'..- wesl 10 chains: thence south luielnilns;
thenco cant lo chains lo isilnl. of commence..
menl.
(lomnicueliig at a post planted about one
norlli from lho north-west corner of K,
mills., Block, 800. and marked" Big Bond
Liunlier Company's South-east Comer Post,"
bene- north SO chains; thence west 80 chains:
hence south an chains: thenco east sn chains
o poinl of commencement.
.1. I 'ommcnclng al. n post planted about one
mllo north from the north-west corner of K.
1 B„ Mock sou, and mnrked "Big Bend
LiimlHir Company's North-oast Comer Post,
tlience west so chains: ihence south SO cliiiins:
Ihence oast su chains: 11,,-,,,-e north 80 ehains:
to point of commencement-
inn Bind Li-mukk Covipinv, lnu.
Jan. Wlh. IIKllI, US F
Mn. II. .1. Hn.iliury Managreis.
First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
Large I'iniiiKro'im for
I in m i n »K Bnppira, ate,
Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE
Front Street, Revelstoke
PATENTS
* (ititAlncd ln all r,i
....      ,.     a [ioi.fcnni win Boonro nn oven ng appoint
,va8t Hum lit', no pruceuerit in tins rail-1 ment for .hum whucamiuLunll ilurlntcthodny
TradnmarkM
and Copyright!
obtain"'! In all countries',
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney
Mechanical Allnrncy and Knglncnr.
Room :i. Knlrlli'ldlHInnk. llranvlllesl,., near I'.U
VANCOUVER, B, C.
A  pol.tciiril '.vlll IflOlirO un evening apiiolnt.
SEE
Delivered tn any part of the city,
Orders left at the Lawrence Hardware
Store, or at Sniythe'i Toliacco
Store, promptly attended to.
200 Cords Wood
WELL SEASONED
$4 oo per Two-Rick Cord.
J. G  HUTCHISON, FIRST ST
Something Pure
II yon are looking lor Pure
Honey we have jmt opened up
a consignment  nl   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE  OOMB
in 1 Hi. luxes, or in !i Ih. cant
"Guoranteed Pure."
OANNED GOODS
Our Canned Gootls are second
to none, and more than that
we "Guarantee every Can,"
HOBSON & BELL,
CH0CER8, BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS,
Egg Size Delvered
towe  "       "
9.00
Nut    »
8.50
	
Orders left at P.
Burns & Company's
Office will receive most
prompt attention.
	
P. McCarty, Agent.
<444444444444t44444444444
Jas. I. Woodrow,
BUTCHER.
Retail Oealtr In*.
M.  J. HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouses & Seed Houses
VANCOUVER, B. C.
HKAligl.'ARTKItS KOR PACIFIC COAST
(lltOWS llAKDRN. KIKMI AND KlAlWKlt
SKKHS. Now crop now In strsik and on tost
In our greenhouses. Ask your merchant for
Ihem In sealed packages, If he does not handle
them wu will mall 50 assorted, .'s- packets of
vegetable and flower seeds (ourowi. selection,
suitable for 11. C. gardens) for $1.1111, Special
prices on your bulk seeds,
H. ('. (lltOWN FRUIT AND 01INA-
MkNTAL TURKS now ready for spilng
sliliiineiit.
K-i I in nice sUick of two and t lueeyenr Apple
Trees ill. t9i.nu per inn, (isu.iiii pur 1,000: May-
nurd Plums, tl.im each: Italian Prune, two
year, line, f4i.ui pur I'm; Sugar Prune, two-
year, line, fill.HU |cr UlO.
Full list uf other stock al regular prion. No
espouse, loss or delay of fumigation or
Inspection.
Is,l ine prlco your list, ncforo placing your
order.
Greenhouse Plants. Hor Work, Bee Supplies,
Knilt, Packages, Kertlll-ors, eUi.
CATA1XKIUK KIIKK.
Nl.  J,  HENRY
mill, WKSTMINSTKN ROAII, VANCOUVER, B. C,
VVino- Chung's newly im-
ported stock of Chinese
and Japanese jroods
The best assortment ever
landed in kevelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Tea services
Plates
Bnftkels
Cane Chain
HiindVnrohlels
Flower Pots
Umbrella Stands
Lunch llaskots
.smoking Jackets
Silk flood..
(101,11 KISH
Flneil. stock of candles and fruit* In town.
Front Street, Revelstoke
NOTICE
NOTICK ik l*i-i i-1 iv j-ivt'ii tliat 30 ilays aftor dato
hi- imIcimI (nii|iply to Hu- Unit, The Chief
riiiiiini*.-i..iii'Hif Utiils ami Works for a Special
Mritnxf tn cut itml curry away timliur from the
fnllnuinu ili'rtcI'llK'i| htinlic,
Oonthionoltlg nt a post iilniiii'il on the north niile
nl r.niin". iici-k iiiniiit iliiei'i|ii:iiti'i-c »f n mile
fast of Morton City Towiwll*', ami markml'' the
V, r. I,. Co's. uortli west curner post" ami thence
rminliiK east Ml chains, south H" clmins, west hu
* lm in-, north sn chain* to point of commencement.
THK VAI.K UoM^IHIa U'MIIKK CO-i Ltd.
imi. il at Nakn-p. II. (,'., Jan. 10th, 1000.
BEEF,  PORK.
MUTTON, Eta
Fish and Game- in Season.
All orders promptly filled.
DCUCI OTlllfC    D   P     ,'or"er   Hougla
nCTCLOlUIVC,   D.  I.,  and King streets
MO™
IS aft
able tin
NOTICE
OTIl K  i»   hisrnhy   irivnii   that   30   days
.Mm ilntii I intend tn apply to tha Honor-
the rhiff ('ommisslnnflr of Lands and
Forks for a speclnl license to cut and carry
war timber from  the  following described
iini-. -itoateil in Wost Kunt fmy District:
CoiMiimnciiiK at a post planlod about ono
mllo north of Hnlcyon Hot Springs and about
J'   mile from Arrow Lake, and mnrked "Bert
lyth's norlli «'» l corner twist/ theuce south
lOclmiuic. tbence east I-V) rhnius, thence north
Wchnins, thence wesl 100 chains-to point of
commnncemont.
Dated January lUth. 1006
Ut DEBT HLYTH.
]t Leckie CoiXtcL
Selling Agents
Vancouver,    ■   B.C. THE MAIL-HERALD, aEVELSTOKE, B. C.
PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE.
I'out limed frinu Kociuid l'nue.|
"The Uranil Trunk i'acilio Itailway
Co." replitd the iniperturbiil>le Kulton.
ruBiiining his seat with gravity.
A wild hurst ol loci ritiient Irom
holh tides nl the 11 ,use greeted I his
clever mil pnlpnhlo hit. Dignified
snd elderly memliers rolled in their
leal! tnd nudged each other nud
yelled with laughter,
Hut Henderson continued to nn-ss
hit point. Alter an acrinilnoiii discussion, hn ran a division through
which tied. Patterson (Islands) was
chairman ol the committee, and he
promptly gave Henderson his casting
vote, and liy thil narrow majority
poor Kaniloops wai deprived of the
iloliriOm pleasure of being ptrt and
ptrcel ol the projected railway.
The Statutes and Journals Act
paiied its third reading, ind llio Attorney-General's Aot ti amend the
Coal Minos Regulation Aot, and the
Act to amend the Lnml Act, Imth
putted their second reading On tho
latter measure tho Chief Commissioner, who ii the mover, spoke at con-
lidertblo length, pointing out the
object! of the different amending
cltuiet. Thett have already been outlined in thil correi|K)n'!('iicr, and
need not, therefore, be recapitulated
now,
VlCTOWi, B. C., Feb. 15th, 11)06.
To-day has been ono ol itriln. Alter
report! and petition! ol various lorti
hid been presented, and tho usual
hatch ot Opposition ipuitions an-
iwtred, the House proceeded with the
debate on the second reading ol thc
Act to amend the
ram, WINES REGULATION ACT.
The Bill passed through committee
tnd was reported.
TheHmuc then took tip the adjourned debite on the bill Ior reducing
the liouri ot
LABOUR IX BMBI.TKRB.
Hon. K. McBride, Premier and
Minister ot Minei, opposed tho bill.
It wit, lie pointed out, to all intents
and purposes the same measure at hid
been defeated last session, and it hid
been clearly demonitraled at that
time how much injury would remit
from the pining ot inch a metiure.
The bill would intlict immense injury
on the mining and imelting induitrict
projeoled.inveitmenti of capital would
be abandoned, tnd imelting operationi
would leave Britith Columbia and go
tcross the lint. Britiih Columbit
industries were juit commencing to
git on their feet, tnd it would bt a
most unwiie proceeding to pan any
legislation which would tend to htm-
per the development ol what promised
to become the gretteit imelting centre
on the American continent. (Ap-
pittite).
J. R. Brown (Greenwood) laid this
wai not the tamt bill as last year. He
madt a lengthy attack on the Govern-
tCent, admitting labour condition!
hid greatly improved, but ittting no
credit was due ti the Government for
it. This meritorious condition hid
lietn brought about solely by the
leader ot the Opposition. (Criet of
" Oh, Oh!" tnd laughter).
Hon, Capt. Tatlow pointed out that
the member (or Greenwood was in
error; the two measures were practically identical.
Mr. Patterson (Islands) mad- a
strong speech in opposition to the lull.
He would never, he said, vote lor any
iiHrtturt) which would prevent a workman Irom telling his labour lor us
tinny hniirs as he liked Such nieai-
uretai the present one were bud Ior
tniployer and workman alike. II this
bill was once pissed, a vory slight
drop in Ihe present high prices nl
metals would limply paralyse the
province.
Mr. Williaiui itid the industry was
young and weak and it was well to
chain it up, became, as soon as it grew
liig.il would Iioib the whole Legislature.
Geo. Finer (Giand Fork!) made in
tiniest oppeol to thn House to kill
thil sort ol legislation without any
delay.
.On motion of Mr. Evam (Cowichan)
the debate wai adjourned.
Mr, Price Ellison moved the second
reading of the
TELEPHONE BILL
in an excellent speech, pointing out
the necessity ol the incisure and the
desirability ol regulating in the matter
of exorbitant rates.
A long ditct.ision followed.
The debate adjourned.
Ptrker Williams (Newcastle) then
moved tho second reading of his
Matter tnd Servants Act, the object of
which ii, briefly, that all workmen
shall bo paid every two weeks, in lull.
Mr. Bowser (Vancouver) itated tlie
measure wai ridiculous, iinnecssary
and a breach tl eiiiting oontractt.
SCENE IN THE HOUSE.
The Home then proceeded to consider the report on the University Bill,
tnd thil wai where the trouble began.
Both the Opposition and the Socialist!
took tht ground, thtt the Bill wai
designed to hand ov.'r thc higher ((location ol the province to Mot-till
Univenity. Hawthornthwaite moved
an intendment that nothing in tlio
Bill should confer special privileges on
control o( ptiblio educttion in tlie
province upon McGill Univenity.
A wild debate followed in which
Columbia College, the Methodist
Church and sectarian schools were
dragged into the controversy. Haw-
thorntliwaite'iamendment was finally
defeated by 10 to 15.
Then Mr. Oliver moved that the
agreement! referred to should be (or
the term ol one year only.
This amendment wai likewise defeated by 11) to 15, and ho offered the
Home an amending clause to tlie
effect that nothing contained in the
Bill should be deemed to cooler any
exclusive rights whatever upon McGill
Univenity.
The amendment wti dcleated by 111
to 15.
Mr, Oliver proposed (lie adjournment ol I ll,'ill- ute.
Mr, Cotton, however, moved the
question he nuw put ou a divisi,,n.
This resulted iu a lie, m llio hell
was not rung, several meniliers ol thu
(jlovornnicnt were out ul life Chamber,
uud iioiisiileriihle c,illusion leinneil?
The Speaker, iu the midst ot it, neglected to givo Ids easting vote, nnd
much argument Mlowitl.
Finally tho debate was adjourned on
the motion ol Mr. MoBride,
I.KlllrlUTIVI-:   IIVI'UV,
Victoria, ii. C, Feb. 17, moil.
Proceedings opened Btormlly yesterday i.lternoon. .1. A. Maedonald,
loader of the Opposition, uroso and
aiked the Premier whether, in view ol
the tdveise vote ot yeiterdty, he intended to act in a constilutiuiinl
manner nnd resign.
The Premier suid that he had no
Intention of taking uny notice of tho
incident. It was a mislako as the
adverse vole alluded lo hy llis honorable Irieiid was duo tu a miscount, and
nobody knew it better than tht: mom-
Iter lor Rosslnnil.
Mr. Mueiloiuild suid thnt thoro win
no mistake, as tho vote was taken
twice (Laughter and a voico from
the Government seats. " If it was,
that makes tho mistake tho bigger.")
A 111(1 OHI1EK.
John Oliver moved a humble address
lie presented to His Honor the Lieut,
Gover or, praying that he would
cause copies ol all Orders in-Counoil
passed since lirst nl July, WOii, to he
presented to tlie House at nnco.
Mr. MoBride said it would be simply
impossible if every man who wished to
mako trouble could get a special
permit to raiiBiick tho department,
Thero was bminoss in every government which wai antl should be kept
private, just as in ordinary business
firms.
Mr. Brown disagreed with the
Premier'! statement us to the privacy
ol orders in council.
Mr. 'lawthornwaile laid the mem
licr fur Doha might lmvo ruined the
Prior government; ho need not Hatter
himself ho wus going to ruin this.
(Shoutsol laughter.)
Motion defcittod 2(1 to til.
Hon. F.J. Fulton moved tho soiond
rending ot the amend ment to the
Public Schools Act. Mr, Fulton said
there were certain ch.uiges which hod
been (omul to be advisable, and tho
present measure cinbu ied them.
Mr, Oliver sold lho bill ol last your
wai bad, tho pruwoecd amendment is
worse, and tbo only right thing to do
is lo repe.,1 Iho Act of lust yoar,
The homo adjourned
The Man IN the Gallery.
EXCELSIOR LIFE.
The statement presented at the
annual meeting of the, Excelsior Life
Insurance Company, to bo lound else
where in Ihis issue, was of a highly
gratifying nature. Siibifantial glint
were reported in the buiiiieii train-
acted, while there was a diminution
in tlie expense and deatli ratios. During the year policies were issued ior
$2,448,281. The insurance in lorco
now totals $11,008,774, being a gain of
$1,30)1,975.(15. The amount received
tor premiums, interest, etc., to'aled
$324,503 48, an increase ol $41,101.82,
The revenue from interest was snllie-
lent to pay alt death claims, the dentil
rate per $1,000 mean insurance in
(urea heiiur ll.llil, which Is in tho nature
o! u record. The reserve fund' ii now
placed nt $8111,025.30,
LUMBERING.
Tho price ol lumber is allowing t
big advance ill Ontario.
Quotations given one  month ago
nre being withdrawn, and when now
lists are issued un advance   will   be
made ol Irom $2 to $4.
...     ■
Pleases
Viieltn."
every smoker—the "Mureu
NOTICE
VTOTICE i
Inraspe
her frilll
liori-hy given llmi,». day* nltor
ll ,, Honorable!
all nnd Works
lho
oliniiis,
N
tho Chiuf LunimimloQtjr of U
•ial lic.'ii-i' in nil unci carry Mvuy Iim
tho following dtworlbsd landfi
r-o-1- rumoi'iiiciiii; nt a |m»l iilunlm
north ■■i'lii c,r Smith ''reck, ulunit lov>
frnin PollUor Rtvor, thonco oast sn
thenco niirtli M clmins. thonco wost 811
thonco cni I. HO chiilic- tn iilitcu nf con
ment,
Itociitoil the 1st dtiy of January, 1006,
84f WAI.™ NIXON,
No, 2. ('iniiiiii)iicini,Mii it pout plnntod on lho
feat sltlo of Smith Crook, nimui inn milos from
Piillisnr Ilivor, ihen lortli 4(1 chains thenco
wost Si) chains, Unmet* smith 411 chains, tlionoo
en-t Siiclinin- to iilacnof I'oiiiiiiciicoiiicm,
iiocutoii tlm ist day of January, won.
sif Walter nixon.
Nu. il. CommpnotllR ut a noil planted on tho
wost siiloof Smith Creek alxmt leu mllns from
Palllser Ilivor. ll 00 41. chains woti, thenco 80
chains soulli, thence JO chains eu-t, thenco fin
chains north In plnoo of cninineiicomont.
Loon tod lho 1st duy of Jntmnry, iww.
24f WALTER NIXON.
No, 4. CotninonciiiKiit a pni| plnuloil cm lho
west hank nf Smith Creek, ulinut nine milos
from PallUpr Rlvor, Ihence tn chains west,
lliencn 100 ohains Bouth, tlience (Uchains oust,
thenoe 160chains north toplacenf comtntmco-
nieiit,
Located tho Ith day of January, YM.
24f WAT,PKH NIXON"'
No. fi. CnmmonciiiK nt n. post planlod cm tho
onst bank nr Smith Cro'k, alumt night miles
from Pallimir Ilivor, lho, co pn chains onst,
tlionce.su chains uortli, thence HI) clmins west,
thenco Wl chains south to place nf commencement.
Lnenlnd tho 41 h day of January, 1WHI.
24f WALTKR NIXON.
No, fi. Commencing at a poitplnuted nn the
oast biink of Palllser River about six milos
from tho month ami ubout two milos from tho
river, thence south 40 chains, thonco east Mil
chains, thenco imrth tit clmins, thonco wost UH.
chains to place nf cnmmcuceinenl,
Locatod tho nth day of January, MOB.
JOHN NIXON
24f Per Walter Nixon, Agent.
No. 7, Commonpltiftnt a post plnntod on tlio
oast sldo of Pallisor Ulver. about six miles
from lho mouth and two milos from tho river,
thenco uortli 40 chains, thonco east l"<U clmins,
thnnco smith 4n chaius, thonco wost 100chains
tn place of commencement.
Locatod tho illh duy of Jntmnry. li**1.
JOHN NIXON,
Ut Por Walter Nixon, Al'ciiI.
No. H. Commencing at a post planted on the
easl bank of Pallisor River, about six miles
from tho mouth, theuce smith In chains, thonco
oast IHO chains, thonco north Hi chains, thonco
west 160chains to placo of commouoemonl.
Locatod lho llth day of January, I.hvi.
JOHN NIXON,
24f Por Walter Nixon. Audit.
No. ft. Commonolug atn post plnntod ou the
wost bank nf Pallisor river, about six milos
from thn mouth, thonco ID chains wost, tlionco
811 chains south, thenco 40 chains oast, theuce 80
chains lent It to placo of cnminencoinot.
Locatod the 6th day of January, IWW,
JOHN NIXON,
Por Walter Nixon, Airont.
McKenzie
and
Martin
THE  GROCERS
Dealers in FRUITS
OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON
Vernon,B.C
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REOPENED
REMODELED
Union ftotel Restaurant
Mrs. McKitrick, Manageress.
Open nl nil hours. Short Orders tastefully served,
Meal Tickets Issued. Rates Moderate
sir
Chlel
NOTICE
GTKlE IS HEttKBV QIVKN that thirty
daya after dato Mntetul to apply to tbe
hlof Comniltutloner of Lands and Work* for a
special licenso to cut and carry away timber
from the following described lands:
1. Commencing at a post planted about one
mile on northerly side of Rock Creek and about
two milos from west bank of Columbia river
and marked '(-. F. landmark's corner post."
thenco west IGUcliuins, thouco north 41) chain.-,
tlionco oast 161)chains, theuce south 41) chains to
point of cutnmoucemout.
Dated luth day of February, IW i.
2. Commencing at a pout planted ubout one
mile from east bank of Columbia river, south
from Rooky Point, und marked "C. F. Liiul-
mark's corner post," thenoe oust 40 chains,
thonco south Pkl chains, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 160 chaius to jmiutuf commence*
ment.
.1. Commencing nt a post planted about oue
mile nnd a half from the east bank of Columbia
river, south from Rocky Point and marked
"C. r. Linrimark's corner post," thence eutit 40
chains, thence south Pic chains, theuce Wttst 40
chains, thence north 160 chains to [mint of commencement.
Dated tilth day of February. WW.
4. Commencing at "Q. F Lindmark'.- corner
post," planted one mile and half from wtst
bunk of Columbia river, Imluw 18-mile rapid.,
thence wast 80 chains, theuce north 80 chains,
thenco east 80 chains, theuce south 80 chains to
point of commencement.
Dated 13th February, 1906.
5. Commencing ut a post marked "C. F
Liudmark's corner post, 'and planted half a
mile from south bank of Big Eddy Creek,
about two miles and a quarter from Columbia
river, tinmen smith 80 chains, theuce wist 80
chaius, thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to point of commencement.
6. Commencing at n post marked "C. F,
Linrimnrk's corner post." planted on the south
bank of Hin Eddy Creek, alxtut two miles mid a
half from Colutnbin river, thence .-outh 40
chains, thence west 160 chains, thence north 40
chains, thence oast 160 chains to point of commencement.
1. Commencing at a post marked "C. F.
jindinnrk's comer post," planted about ten
chains from the south hank of Big Eddy Creek,
about half a mile from Columbia river, thence
to ehains south, thence 160 chains west, theuce
40 chains north, thence 160 chains east to point
of commencement.
Dated this 15th day of February, WM.
8, Commencing at a post marked "C. F.
Liudmark's corner post, planted two miles
from easl bank of Columbia river, south from
Rocky Point, thence running on-, 40 rhnius,
thence south Itin chains, thence west tOrUin*,
thence north IN)chain* to point of commotioo-
ment.
Dated 12th day of February, WW.
mt|
CHARLES F- L1NDUAKK.
Mndo of "fli'itr.m
bold an ongo longer Mian any knife
inado. Full niffortinont All Rl-yloa,
Lawrence Hardware Co.
Limited,
REVELSTOKE H. 0,
GET YOUR EYES EXAMINED FREE
A (urgu variety
of Oliisscs ftlwayH
kcpl in stock here
Try a pair on
■ we jftiarnntco a
porfeel lil.
If you require
nny thing In Jewelry
i is licit1 for you,
A complete stock
of lln; right class
•f goods.
J. GUY BARBER,   - Jeweller, Optician
4-it* t-lt-f-'l't it* it* iti 1*1*1 iti iti ili it. iti sstl mtt A* iTi sstl 1*1*1 tti rntt •"*• ■'^, sssTl ssssl Hsl
/"T Tp^vp^TJTTp^Tp'^" 1JTt4!*'*X  X   +  +  t   *V *V "TP"   *
The Leading Merchant Tailors
Don't order ;i Suil because it is cheap. Order it
because il will lie becoming, fashionable, durable and
comfortable, The best is the cheapest. We make the
best. In making a Suit we give advice when wanted and
we accept advice when a customer desires to give it.
livery now and then you are confronted with the
question, " Who's YourTailor"—Cresssman & Morrison,
of course.
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LOANS NOTARIES"'.
SIBBALD & FIELD
HAVE
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
-INSURANCE
t'OMOX COAL
V^*W«^^<^t<s^^S^^sr^r<s^l|s^rVlsVMVsr^rV^S^rVs>VVIAlVVA/
Scott & Potts a?
Everything a gentleman wants in tlie line of tailoring.
Our stock is new and up-to date.
Pressing and cleaning promptly attended to,
First Street, Opposite Union Hotel, Revelstoke.
BOOT
is made'in
sizes for
BOYS
YOUTHS
It's a grand icliuol bout, a
splemliil fall bout, a great business mini s boot, it fits like a
glove, and is a itylith-looking
boot, too, as lieovy boots go,
being made irom No. 1 quality
box call leather with a heavy
sole, it will wear like iron. For
tale by all good retail shoe men.
WHOLESALE BY
J.
LECKIE CO., Ltd.,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
2 Pounds of extra fine Sugar Diamonds
Made solely From Cane Sugar.
Refined to Absolute Purity.
Vancouver, British Columbia.
$     Cressman & Morrison
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*£#   VANCOUVERbC.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
....  Meat Merchants.
Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage
■^^s^Oalgary, Alberta
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS   ONLY.
BEVBLTSOKE, B. O.
HOTEL VICTORIA
ROBT
(Under   New   Management)
LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,
B.   O
Il's made iroliri pure Cane Sugar, orystaliticd to resemble [fock
Candy, am) opmos in (iniins that sparkle like uncut dinmondB. It's
concenlriili'tl sweetness if nn attractive ami convenient form.
Sold in 2-lb sealed packages only. Ask your Grocer
"BUCK BRAND"
OVERALLS
Best for the West
UNION MADE BY YOUR
OWN COUNTRYMEN
REQItTERED TRADE MARK
REFUSE    ALL   SUBSTITUTES
Manufactured  and Bold  Wholesale   by
Wm. J. McMaster & Sons, Ltd.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
111 HOTEL
W.  J.   LICHTBURNE, Manager.
NEWLY BUILT AND FURNISHED
STRICLY FIRST-CLASS
THE   BAR   IS
WITH BEST
SUPPLIED
BRANDS
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
ARROWHEAD, - B. C.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
"KURTZ'S PIONEERS"
"KURTZ'S OWN-
SPANISH BLOSSOMS"
UNION   MADE   CIOAI1S
MANUFHOTUriEO   111
Kurtz's Pionoer Cigar Factory
148, Ciiriliivii St,, W.
VANCOUVER, -  •  B. C.
Kir.*t-cliis accommodation for traveller.*.
llcHt brands of Wines, Spirits, and
(.'i'-iirs.
RATES   $1   AND   $150   PER   DAY
FREE   BUS   MEETS   ALL   TRAINS
Central Hotel
aa—   REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON  BROS., PROPRIETORS.
Newly built,    First-clasB in every respect.   All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1.50 per Day, Special Weekly Rates,
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $i a day.   Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT    STOOGE,    PROP.
Queens ftotel
comaplix;
Bestjbrands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will lind excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF  YOUNG,        -        -        Proprietor
CITY LIVERY STABLES
Hack Service to any part of the City at all
hours. Rigs equipped for Sleighing Parties.
First class Single and double Rigs. Express
draying and Transferring. Saddle and Pack
horses for hire. All kinds of job work undertaken.   Wood for sale.
Stable and  Residence   Ppone 41
Hack Stand "     27
CHAS.   W.   TURNRQSS,
Prop. IIR MAII.TIERAI.II, ItRVRLSTOKR, B.C.
Bargains!
I
t«ttMttM
Bargains!
yiftcr ~ftocK_-TaHjng.
Remnants and Ends oflering less than Cost.
This is Our House-Cleanine Time.
,,   BOYS SUITS
aI!.\V.,„,ITivi-i-,I,   li™, $1,81,50,   Now $1.78,
N^i'.i'Suil in lln- Iol lli.-tl iliil Illll cosl Iniii'i' In
turn .nit,  Sizes -1 i" -ii.
BOYS' REEFERS Bi'llil
MEN'S OVERCOATS
11 .si...
t*t win
prtl'
LADIES' SKIRTS
hull' pi-ii
All Wool Sk
Now SI.00.
lis  til   Jin
$8,1 KI
SEE OUR BARCAIN TABLE   Vnili- money will (IO
further ni liii* Store just now lhnn evor
before	
W'Reid (& Young.
' iiM * m mmm-m%4j
**«%«.%%*>
F
For,Stock-Taking Sale
days Books, Perfume
a thousand other thine
We are selling for a few
Photo Frames, Vases and
I •-   FOR JUST HALF PRICE,
\ ...     ONT MISS THIS CHANCE
| The Canada Drug & Book Co.'y
Local and General.
H. Gordon, ,1.1'., is appointed Police
Magistrate in and lor the City ol Rev-
elttoke.
Mitset MoLecd'. millinery store ftt
Cranbrook waa destroyed by lite on
Monday,
K. Gordon, who has been appointed
police magistrate of the cily, will hold
a sitting ol the Police Court daily at
10 a.m.
The construction of the C.l'.lt. telegraph otli i MoKenzio Ave. has
been entrusted t,, J. A Kemaglian,
who will starl "ii the work nexl week.
Bee-keeping is becoming an important industry in Alberta, and experimental reports say beehivet will then'
produce an average ol Inn pounds ol
honey.
The lirst meeting in tlie new Y. M.
C. A. building will be held Tuesday,
when the directors will meet the
Ladies Auxili ry t,, arrange Ior furnishing ami opening the institution,
At ii cull vent ion of the Allied Printing Tradet to be held at Vancouver,
it is propotcd to urge the government
ol the province to print tlie Bohool
bi ks ni the governnienl printing
office.
Fully alive to the importance ol
promoting tne tourist business, the
Victoria Tourist Association are printing oU.i.kjo illustrated booklets tor dee
circulation, It is time the Revelstoke
Tourist Association was getting a
move mi.
Gabriel Pierre, an Indian ol Ruby
Creek, mortally wouuded Daniel
Murphy, another Indian ol .Marin
Island, at Agattiz on Friday night last
and is now lying at the provincial jail
at New Wettmintter a waiting his trial,
The death occurred last week "I
Hector Sproat, son of (j. M. Sproat eo
well-known in Kevelstoke and formerly connected with the Columbia and
Kootenay Navigation Ci mpany. Much
sympathy will he lelt with Judge
Sproat in his bereavement,
Un tbe morning ol the 11th inst.
Thos. Skinner had thi millortune
to have the interi,,r ol his 3rd ur
balsam cabin in the hills b irned. The
cabin contained 19 marten 23 weasel,
1 timber woll, 1 cariboo tnd 2 lynx
pelts, aid a pair ol blankets .ill o!
whicli were destroyed.
A correspondent writes expressing
the opinion the city health department ihould look into the ice itipply,
as a good deal ol the ice being packt ,1
for the season i* obtained below where
the school tewtge is drain ed into the
river and may give rite tu a lyphoid
epidemic il uted fur table supply.
This morning, while working at the
power-house, F. Johnson fell from a
ledge of luck, lie was picked up unconscious, anil un,veil tu the hospital
but is not. badly hurt.
The spread ul settlement in the
Northwest is evidenced by the fact
(hat some days ago the lirst Unci ion
engine and threshing maohino plant
lelt Edmonton for the Pencil Ilivor
valley. The trip is taken advantage
of nt this tinie uf the year so that the
heavy machinery oati pass snlely ovor
the muskegs which exist i n tin, lung
journey.
Tlm Lawrence Hardware Company
havo been awarded the contract by the
Mundy Lumber Co. fur pulling in n
first-class high pressure wnler supply
ut Tin-in- Valley, Water will be laid
on tu nil the houses nml buildings nml
will not only bo n greal convenience
Iiinn a domestic poinl ul view bul nu
additional sale-guard in ouso ,,l lire.
The Lawrence Company have also
been given a contract (or n complete
installation ,,f electric wiring at Three
Valley,
Social and Personal
A. McRae returned from the coast
today.
The mayor ol Camborne, Kngland,
is father of W. A Nettle, o! Revelstoke,
ids ,,l
PALATOL
E.   L. Kiiiinan  and  S. Wood
Trout Lake have gum- north to develop some promising claims,
Mrs II. A. Lawson entertained at
afternoon tea Saturday, in honor of
Mrs. Mundy and Mrs. Risteen.
Rev. Dr. Herdman and J. It. Robertson left Kevelstoke this week io
attend the meeting of Presbytery at
Vernon,
The basket social at St. Andrew's
Church on Monday was very successful. $su being realised in aid of the
funds.   One basket snlil lor $8,
E. H. Lewis, ol the Revelstoke Insurance Agency, is nwny on a business
trip to South East Kootenay and the
Boundary in the interests ol the Canadian Casualty & Boiler Insurance
Company.
A-the offertory ol St. Peter's Sunday School to the Rectory fun,I. a
fancy dress bazaar, arranged by the
teachers and pupils, will be held on
April 18th, the bazaar being open
afternoon ami evening. There will be
26c 50c, and 78c stalls sldo shows,
refreshments, dime museum, and programme by tin- Sunday School pupils.
J I'. Mcl.r-iiiinii arrived in the city
yesterday (rom tbe coatt in company
with K McRae to look into the stock
ol the A, K. George Company «iih n
I view to purchasing. Mr McLennan
I is a brother ol It. P. McLonnan,the
well-known hardware merchant nl
Vancouver, nnd lms conducted extensive dry funds businesses in Daws,,n
City and Manitoba, li Mr. McLennan
closes the deal for the business he will
be n great acquisition to the business
! interests ol Revelstoke,
Business Locals.
_ *
Photos only 50c. a doz. with thnt
positions,
Watch for latest novelties in the
window of Knight & Dcviue's.
You can rely on getting strictly
fresh eggs, always in stock at C. li.
Hume A Co's.
V. iMoll'et, of the Columbia Flouring
Mills at Enderby, will build a 201)
barrel Hour mill and elevator at Vancouver.
Peter J, Smith hat started a cigar
nnd fnncy goods store, opposite the
Queen's Hotel nt Comapllx.
Have n look at the 50c. a dozen
pholos nt the New Photo Studio.
Simps, Snaps, Snaps, nothing but
Snaps nt .lohn E, Wood's Furniture
Store.
This is llie weather Ior your New
Spring Overcoat, Select your goods
nnd styles at Knight A Olivine's.
Try n dozen SIiiiiiji I'liotus you get
them the next day.
Messrs, lleiirii-.hs nnd Pace are in-
slalliii|r a new blower system at the
Bowman Lumber Co's. Kevelstoke
mill, ami will install systems nt the
Revelstoke Saw Mill Co's. mill at
RevelBtoke and the Mundy Lumber
Cos. mill al Three Valley.
Snaps—II y,,u wanl a snap an any
tiling in the Furniture or Furnishing
line enme and see ut at once, Hunt
wait until spring, our reduction sale
will be over in a lew days, John E,
Wood, the Furniture Store.
Huntley and Palmers Biscuits are
fust sellers, but we still  have a guild
supply on htiiil, set our corner window
for samples, 0, li. Hume & Co.
If you have any old fashioned pieces
of furniture that you want to change
for new, we will take it over and allow
yuu fur it un tlie new piece, John E,
Wood, the Furniture Store,
THE MINES.
shit
lung
A Perfect Tasteless Compound of
Cod Liver Oil, Malt
& Hypophosphites
Foi-COUGHS,
COLDS. WASTING DISEASES.
Red Cross Drug (o.
i!    A fresh sii|i|ily I
• I anas nn band at ('
( Celery nnd
II. Hume A
lla ii-
Co's,
Boundary minus are  now
1,250,000 tons of ore a year.
Payday al tlie St, Eugene at Movie
for last month dispersed $32,000
among the man,- employed in,und
that big mine.
The smelter managers ol the province are gathering in Victoria lo
watch the prngreis of Davidson's bill
to regulate the hours of labor in
smelters,
The authorities at Wathington bave
decided a duty of 20 percent  id   ,1
orem is to be collected on all nre« in
which zincii tht predominating mettl
,-iiterinii the I'nited State*
Tht management of the Pilnl Hay
smelter are erecting two new Blanc-
hard furnaces to handle the silver-
lead -,re from the Bluebell mine
When the new furnaces are completed
the "re irom the Bluebell will be put
through the concentrator al Pllol Biy
all sil-.-er an,I ieaii being treated I he e
while tht balance composed mainly ol
zinc tnd cupper nil! bt shipped tn tht
Frank -inciter fur treatment then-,
POLICE COURT,
Before R, Gordon I'. M . Tony Co-
oorochi wn* chtrged with atiaulting
Mrs. Parsons and sentenced to seven
days imprisonment,
WEDDINGS
Mauley   Pettipiece.
At Ihe home ol the bride on Second
Street, there was celebrated yesterday
the marriage ol John Mauley, C. 1', It.
engineer, and Miss Edith Pettipiece,
formerly ol the Mail Hkkai.1) stall.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
0, II, M. Sutherland. Thc e.crotiiony
took place in the drawing room, beneath an arch ol ivy and llorul decorations. The bride linked well, attired
in a gown of pearl grey silk warp
lloiirietta, with veil and nrango blossoms, and carried n pretty hoquet ol
Carnations. Tho bridesmaid was Miss
Josephine Stephenson, who wore it
gown ol oocoa brown shaded silk warp
Henrietta, with trimmings ot lace and
velvet. W. Pettipiece attended ns
bridegroom's man. Tbe bridegroom's
present to the bride was a wishbone
set with pearls, and to thc bridesmaid
a clnvorleiit stick pin set with pearls.
The bride was the recipient ol
Humeri,us handsome presents including the following:—Mayor and Mayoress, soup tureen; Maii.-1Ikhai.ii stall',
cabinet; Miss 11. Paulson, tray cloths;
Mr.and Mrs. Bongsrd, cut gln*B bowl;
F,(l. Brown, cut glass vase; Mr. and
Mrs. Bews, cut glass celery dish; Mr.
and Mrs: Anthony, Japanese cream
and sugur set; A, and D, McLeod and
Mr, and Mrs. Ciillin, silver biscuit
barrels; Mr. and Mrs. E. Edwards,
tabic linen; Mr. and Mrs. J. Pettipiece;
curving set; Mr. Stiiiichouso, table
linen: Mr. and Mrs, R. llyltnd and ,1
G. Barber, vegetable d.shcB; F. W.
Crick, Cutlery; E. M. Allum.sitlt Bets;
W. Boyd, pickle jar; C. 1),Clarke, fruit
Bcrvico; W. Pettipiece, marlilo clock;
ll. Pettipiece, chairs; Mrs. Lee, mals;
Mrs. Lyttlc, pepper and suit set; Miss
Corley, toast, rack; Mrs. McCalliim,
linen.
A magnificent wedding breakfast
was served, among the guests being
Rev. and Mrs. Sutherland, Mayor and
Mayoress, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony, Mrs,
Ilylncd, Mr. and Mrs. Bews, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Jack-on, Mrs. E. Edwards,
Mrs. Botigiiid, I), and A, Mcl.eud, C,
Clarke, W. Boyd, F. Crick, E, A
Haggen.
The Mayor proposed the health,
and happiness ol the bride and bridegroom, and Mr. Haggen proposed tha'
of the bridesmaid and best man.
After the breakfast the happy couplo
lelt by No. 117 for Vancouver on iheir
honoymoon trip, amid the best wishes
ol their in my friends, Ou Iheir return
Mr, and Mrs. Mauley will lake up
their residence in Kevelstoke.
KNinVt.KB--FIICIII.KY.
At the Hotel Kevelstoke, on Monday
night tho marriage ol Chas. Know lea,
nf Kelnwna, and Miss Findley, of
llaiitspoit, N, S., took place, the bride
having just arrived irom the east.
Rev. C. II. M. Sutherland performed
the ceremony.
Sk SlBASlSuSSlSJtSlSHlaSSJulSalaSSalASulSultaSlSSHlS
!   STILL OVERSTOCKED   1
£ The Largest and Finest Stock of Men's and  Boys' 5
Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes, etc., to be
Slaughtered, Commencing
[Thursday, Feb. 22nd I
.. .it.
Our Inventory shows our stock much larger than wo wish.   We must sell a Urge part o! it
during the next week.   II cutting prices is gWng to do it, it will lie dono.
We are going to forgot about profits and only remember that we need money and that llie
gooods must be sold.
Furnished House to Let
Ave.   For particulars
(in McKenzie
apply
SIBBAI.Ii & FIELH.
1-3 OFF
1-3 OFF
The largest
stock of Smokers'
Supplies in
the Interior
al One-Third Less tl
an Regular
Prices  lor
the next Fifteen 1)
lys.    Meer-
schaum Pip
es, Briar Pipes, Goli
aiii.l Silver
Mounted  I
ipes, Cigar and Cig;
rctte Cases,
Cigar  and
Cigarette    Mulder
,,   Tohacco
1'iiiiiiies, Tohacco |ars, Turkish
Inokas, etc
BROWN'S   CIGAR   STORE
1-3 OFF
TELEPHONE No. 'Ill
1-3 OFF
HIGH SCHOOL
Address |by B. R. Atkins.
The students of the High School
hail a pleasant diversion from the
ordinary work of the school yesterday
afternoon when Mr. B. R. Atkins gave
an introductory talk un ivanhoe,
which is on the new course uf study.
Mr. Atkins defined Ivanhoe as a his-
torical romance, and then proceeded
in a veiy able manner to show how
thtt, while iu sume respects very sad
history, it wai yet an excellent romance. In doing su he brought out
the parts played by the mure important characters, and gave the students
mme gusl advice as to the study ol
the work.
II is to be hoped this will be only
the lirst of similar addresses by citizens on subjects connected with the
School curriculum.
HOCKEY.
Tin- lady hockeyiits ,,( Kevelstoke
reorganised f>,r the -,-ason ],.*.t week.
Several well attended practice! have
already been held, Is,th ,,n the river
and ai tin- rink where thc enthusiasm
ol the pltyi M is only equalled by
their remarkable play. The following
rules have betn adopted and rigorously
adhered to tl all garnet
Rule I Wbtn you ,-an'l hit the
pucV til on ii
RuleJ Remain tilting on it till
you get your feol retted "unlink 3. When mn can't »et the
puck through the goal post-, move
the po-ts
Rule 4 After scoring « Knal live
minutes will Is-allowed Iur eiplana
turns and congratulations.
Rule ii. Not inure than ten players
will be allowed on a side at any
game.
Rule fi. Don'l pay .my attention to
the referee's whistle unless  you  see
what he is whittling tboul
Kule 7. Ladies afraid ni hurting tbe
|,uc,k nny I,ring letther-dlisters instead
ol hockey Hicks.
Kule S. Iion't use the ice lor a
toboggan slide
The, team is to  be  known   as   the
Hit. nml Mill Hockty Club."    Their
colors are   Invisible   Black and Blue,
All challenges mny be sent to the
secretary and  must, be  accompanied
by a deposit  ul   nut.   less   than   ten
pounds 6(chocolates.
New   llonver deflated Sainlnn by II
goals.
IliiBBland heat Greenwood by 7 to 5,
£ READ THESE  PRICES AND THINK HARD I
"~    900   Men's Fine Tweed, Worsted nnd Sere Suits.   Regular Price ranged (nmi $11  lo $17.60
f   tsOtV   Away tbey go at $8 85 per Suit.   All Sizes!   All New !!   All Stylish !!!
OI our tincst ,1118.00 and $211.00 Suits—the best work ol modern nnd up to
All sizes.   Take theni at $12 85 a Suit,
£ Jf tfou Want an Overcoat j
^ Regular Price ftom    {/-.//,
►» $18 to *	
E Our fiat Stock
£ Irom $2.75 to $4.00.   All size
date Tailui's.
Buy it, now and buy
'fake your choice cf
it for less 1I11111 wo do.
ai v Coat in our Block
$18 to $110.00.
Sale Price W.65.
Is entirely too large   Here is our oil r.   Your olu'-ico ol 25ll ol the
latest and nobbiest stylet in Men's Hard and S.rft Felt I lata that sold
sizes.   Fit yourself for $1.45
*~    if 11 n rlmrJr  nt /■/,««  Cups al nny pi'he.   Winter Capt fold regardless o( Prlco.   Sec
J:  fTUnareaS OJ VOpS ^lic'llneofflSO Capt on SHlent.70c each
An enormous slock ol Underwear tn clear out.   We offer you a choice „l siv-
oral lines al $1.35, $1.45. $1 III) and $1.75.   These lines s >id from $2.00 to $11.00
and were good values then.
Z.     ritnoe   AT LE8S ll,AN (;oSI':   r,l° ^'l i"'i''c1m1 st"(,|< "' sl • 'h H10 City,    Men's Solid
►-   «V/lv65   Leather, good fitting, good wearing Shoes that sold at $275.    Now $1.35.    Ol her lines
slaughtered at $t.(iii—f. 1 85-$2.0U
An Immense lot of our Finest Shoes in broken Hues and sizes,     lingular $5, $11, and fli 50 lines,
Every pair must be sold nt $il 00.
•E Underwear
t Jhirts
IN THOUSANDS,   Enough Shirls 10 civer the lucks of every  mini  iu   Be
During the Sale Ihey will w rushed mil at 45c, 115c., 85a and upwards.   All
well made goods. ..    .,v.», . ..«,
,-lstoko,
tvliible
Socks, Cloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Trunks, Valises etc ,
prices.   See the piles nf bargains on our coliliters and iu our wllldo
n I guing at ridiculously low
E Bargains for the lffllSS$$
»w-   Bring your boy along and see the Biirglrnit' we otter vou for
h ns, eic, ut,pi-iocs
lhat Ihey lin von'
him,
that- will In ke
1 11 bov to lit
Everything in Our Store included in this Groat Clearance Sale
I J. G. MMCDONALD 1
mmmmmm
RAIL IND STEAMER.
R. 0. Barker, chief despatcher at
Revelstoke, is moving tn Vancouver,
and T. More, formerly ol Revelstoke,
will likily lie appointed chief despatcher here.
The Storemeus strike on the C.P.R.
at Winnipeg was settled last week,
thanks to the personal intervention of
Mr Whyte and tlie assistance ol the
C.P.R. Tradet Council, and recent
organisation ol til unions connected
with the C.P.R. service.
WANTED
FOR SALE-Lot on Second Street,
cleared and  fenced.   Price $300.
Apply Mail-Herald office.
¥
jlOIl SALE-Second-hand sate, ap:
ply nt this office.
AUKNISHKD ROOM to let, over
J office of Mail-Herald. Apply |at
fiiis office or lo It, Tapping.
Large iissortnieui
China Cream Jugs, 11
C. II, Huuioik Co,
ol   Wedgeivnod
reduced prices,
*""i\ Buys n 1-Boomed Cottage,
• bill     newly built, woodshed and
60 x nm Isit on Eighth Street.  Revolt
ok,- Insurance Agency Limited.
8ECOND STREET Residence, conveniently situated for railway men,
two-storey dwelling o(.6 rooms.   A.
Snap  *l,b,l(l.  Itevelstoke Insurance
Agency, Limited.
MODERN RE8IDEN0E on Cornet
of 6th Street and Orton Avenue, II
i ins, bul nml cold waler baths and
other conveniences! front room tin
tsln-il in white enamel. Handsome
imposing residence, constructed of
the very besl materials, $1500 will
handle ihis exceptional opportunity,
Kevelstoke Itisiiriiiicn Agency, Ltd.
The Excelsior
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
lilt '" Aiuiuiu will protect
I,llll you against any sickness
in- accident no uiattor what your occupation may lie. Kevelstoke Insurance
Agency, Limited,
,1011   BALE   Hecnnd-biiiul Bell  Organ, in good condition, for $18,
Monthly payment! If desired.   ItKV-
BL8T0KB INHIillANCE AGENCY,
s
I
I-KIlTIKI- VIC OP IMI'lt'.VKMKNTS,
N OTIOK,
i ,.„i|,i,.t,.i MineralCltlm,
s,i„.,t.. In Un- Ami. Uko Mlnln- Division ol
w,..i, K,,,.i ir I.l.trl,-!.
ui„,,- t„,-.,i,-,|   N,.,,r il„- Nwill-sell lln Is""''
Win*- I... lc *-
ialt lion Uml  I, K,-> Oil,. 11,1111,-t, tjnnt
I■■,   1    Ii.llil,,-, ,.l,|,ii,,ii.li,llil,   l„r  II .-lal.-
al I'. II Ki-llili'-' ,l,-,i-ns,-,ll, Vital Hr,-" Minn's
I iitllli-illo So, Hit liili'liil, sl.lj, lays lr„lll Ills
lit- l,„ii„,l, to wj.pl> tn On' MltllllK lti-,-,,r,lei fur
i I'l-rOHi'iili- nl Imiirinomanta, Iur tn.DUnwn tl
olitainlnis Cromtllrtnl a(.|Ki tbo-o olilm,
tail liirtlim lake n„l|,„ Ihtittlloll.nmter Htt
Mint 17, must Is' C'lliliirn, isl UMOrt In. Is-tianr.
if .(mli C'l-lllli'iilo „( [mi-! ',,<■„' -
UntOll litis H'lfli-i-tllli ,1,1) nl Kiiliniary, If*.
KK.N.VKTII U BUBNKJ.
The report presented at the Annual Meeting show that the year 1005 was
thc most satisfactory the Company has ever experienced, every item of the
reports shnwini solid advancement.
The following is the
DIRECTORS' REPORT.
The Directors, in presenting llieir report covering the business for the
year 1006, consider that the results of the Company's operations and the
position which it has attained are cause for congratulation. The new business
transacted, the cash income, the increase in the Kcsci've Fund and Assets, are
substantially greater than in nny previous year, while a diminution in the
expense nnd ileal li rates are achievements of signal import, as they portend
satisfactory results to those having investments in the Company.
Insurance-Applications for new Insurance amounting to $2,015281.011
were received during the year, of which policies were issued for $2,443,28t',0ll(
tlio balance wWpjtber nut up to the Company's standard, therefore rejeuted,
or held in suspense for further information or cnipiiries. The- insurance in
force now ^taM»,U08.774.00, being a gain of 18 per cent, or $1,881,875.06.
Oash Income.—The amount received for premiums, interest, etc., was
$H2l„'ic»l, III, an increase of $41,101.82, or 15 per cent. By careful and judicious
in vest ment, and. the realization of revenue from interest equaled 7.20uer cent,
nn Ihu menu not Ledger assets. The revenue from interesL was sufficient to
pay nil death claims, Head Office Salaries, rent and expenses.
Disbursements.—The expense, ratio shows the satisfactory decrease of
7,27 per centT'the Death Claims of the year a decrease of $8,(107.00. The
deal li nity pej;$1,000 mean insurance in force was 3.80; the .Company still
occupying Sfiimlque position of having the lowest mortality rate on record
for the peihitl'of 15 years 21 months.  The dividends t
( Uj policy holdem entitled
The leclpients have expressed satisfaction
Including sub-
ildci-
to nllol menl mure than doubled
at the I'psnttt. -
Assets.  The Assets now exceed One Million Dollars.
sei Hied hut'uncalled capital, the balance for security of Policy-holders is
$1,110,1111.03. Thus tile Company affords ils patrons unexcelled security, there
Is'ing nearly Two Dollars for overy Dollar of liability (including the ix'surve),
The Reserve Fund is $804,025.80, an increase of 20 per eent, Our
policy contracts have been valued for nine years on Hm. Table of Mortality,
with interest at 31, per cent., the extra liability thereby assumed is 118,631,01
in excess of the (ioveriimciit standard. The customary great care has been
exi-H-iseil in looking nfter the Company's investments, all of which are in a
very AlWlltory condition. An unusually liberal allowance has been made
for doubtful accounts, depreciation in value of office furniture, etc,, on the
oilier hand, a substantial sum has been realized from accounts previously
written off.
The Net Surplus on policy holders' account (Government standard) is
$lik"i,.Vil,H4..
Htiileiiietils giving details of Hcceipls and Disbursements, Assets and Lla-
bililiesildgelilci' with the Certificate uf the Auditors and of the valuation of
the Coinpiinys policies, were presented.
Tlw folUiwi«K were re-elected Directors fur thc ensuing year : Messrs. D.
Fasken, S. .1, Parker. It. Gross, Thomas Is.ng, John Fergosoo, M.D., Wm.
Hiii-vey.U JtV, (liiidon, W. J. McFarlnnd, J.K. W, Ross, M.D., Geo. E. Weir,
\V. I'V lUCdltiT, Alexander Fasken, and Joseph Wright, Mr. David Kasken
Mug liiC-liitid President, and Messrs. S. J. Parke;
Presidents.
ker and lluliff'Grass,  Vice-
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