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' EASTER CARDS
ON DISPLAY
Bews Drug Store
Vol. 12,-No. 64
The
REVELSTOKE. B. C AIM.I
'''' vOR!A,e
EASTER CARDS
OS DISPLAY
Bews' Drug Store
t
$2.50 Per Year
Mail
Order
Uept.
Clime &C0.
Write
For
Samples
LIMITED.
DEPARTMENT'STORE.
illinery for Easter
We hnve (he Latest Styles Iu lints. Throw nwuy your
Old uitc and gel 11 1110(1 Hat for Easier, They urn her,'
I'm- you in very dainty shapes, oxqulaltoly trimmed,
Prices In Suit all,
A Fancy Vest for You
Wc are showing no attractive army of the celebrated " 20TH
CEXTURV BRAND FANCY VESTS.
The Fancy Vest is a Stylish bit ol apparel, uf oolirso, but it is
alio very warm, comfortable und serviceable.
We guarantee the Fit and Quality ul these Vests, and prices are
silcb as will appeal to you.
Jams, Honey, Marmalade
O.rS II. Jam, all kinds.... 7 Ib. tins
C. k II. Jam, all kinds   I Ib. tins
C. G B, Jam. all kinds  I Ib, Bottles
C. A-11. Jellies 1 Ib, Bottles
C. it B. Marmalade "1 Ib. Tins
0. .t B.       "         -I lb. Tins
C. it II.       "          ■    1 H'- -lms
Dundee        "        - lb. Tint
Dundee        "             L lb. Jura
Robertson's Pino Apple Marmalade 1 lb. Jars
ltobertBon's Green Fig and Ginger I Ih .lurs
Pure Clover Honey 6 lb. Tim*
Pure Clover Honey  2 lb. Tim,
Pure Clover Honey 1 Ih, Unities
Wild Rosclliiney I lb- Bottles
Preserved (linger in 1 Ib. Jars. 5 lb tins ol Climax Jam
6 lb, Tins ol Climax Jelly,nil kinds.   Syrup in tins, all sizes
Try Our Ram Lai's Tca-TOc, per Ib.—Mhs. fur $2 Til)
Try iiurO. 0. Blend Cnll'ee selling mnv at Wc. per lb.
Spring
™m Shoes
^('''•My^^^K&j^HR^^--' Wc lire   iceeiviltg   every  d.tv
'i'i /^■sSM^kWWr^B-r" „- - shipments nf New Slinc*.    W,
j!UEBfc&<^< try lu keep Ibe musl upln-ilule
^fc- slinc ilepiiiliiiciil nud nurclTiiil.*
•H-ftic1- arc appt'oolatedi if we can judge
__^^^^ feff-^Tl. liy mn- output, which is con-
'■•t»W^S^£^!!S^^=^^. litiiinlly Increasing,    Juit now
%'y3£~*y^' wc arc showing heuvy, siout
!?j2Zrjr~ shuos fur nitiddy weather,   Sec
' uiu- window,
DIIKSSMAKING AND   .MII.LI.NKIlV-SEt'DNU FLOIIR,
C.B.Hume.&Co.rLtd
DEPARTMENT  STORE.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Trouble ..i Zion City Hostilities Likely Between Chinese
and Russian Troops Hill's
Winnipeg-Vancouver Line.
| IIY TKI.KIIIt.ll'll j
Ootlam, Mexico, April -I,—In reply
tu ii cablegram (rum Chicagu demanding bis resignation, Howie says be has
officially dismissed Voliva and othor
nialoontouts and lias taken logal steps
to protect the vast interests uf Zion.
A merry war is now un. Dowio will
return to Cliieitgu immediately to personally conduct the light.
London, April i.—Conoorning the
recent outrages to the Jews in Russia,
the British government announces it
cannot interfere, ns it is a matter with
which Great Britain bus no concern.
Reoina, April 4.—Iluring debate on
address Premier Scott and ilaultnin
indulged in acrimonious personalities
yesterday much tu the amusement uf
ii crowded gallery,
FIELD, B. C, April 4.—Prince Arthur und Mr, Lampson hunted mountain sheep nt Cnstlc Mountain yestcr-
lay. Lampion shot one and the
Prince will make another attempt
today.
Moscow, April 1.—It is reported
but hostilities nre imminent between
Chinese nud Russian troops near Harbin, Manchuria,
St. Paul, April 4.—Iu regard to the
rumor that Hill will build from Winnipeg to Vanoouver, it is stated tha'
lireot line from Vancouver to Pernio
will be the lirst stage in the big plans
i the Great Northern, and Hint eight
tliuiisiind men uill be employed this
ii miner.
MOOSEJAW, April 4—An easthnunil
height crashed into ai empty Sou
passenger train yesterday. Two
nilwiiy men, Blrt Whistle nnd .1,
Hartley, were injured,
Belleville,  April 4.—II. Great-
rix who touk a (luzcii suniple cathartic
pills left at Ids father's  house  died
yesterday,    His Luwels were perfur-
ted.
Rossi.A.NU, April 1—Wages of
shovellers iu the mines have been
advanced from $2.60 to $5,76 per day.
MoNTiti:'!., April 1—The C. P. II.
let a contract to the Boss, Harris
Company Iur Parry Sound nud Byng
Inlet section of the Toronto and
licosgiuii Buy line.
Boston, April 3 —Granby directors
met today nnd declared a three per
cent, dividend, ot ihout $400,000, payable on the 15th .May.
l'KNTiiTo.N, April 8.—Pour oi tinmen who druve t! ' Chinese out uf
town prefer going tu jail to paying the
line indicted by the magistrate.
Winnipeg, April 3—Another street
oar was wricked Inst night. Attempts
to settle the strike hove so fnr proved
unsuccessful. President Mackenzie
says that labor union" are getting too
much iniluonce in the west.
THE MINER'S STRIKE.
Philadelphia, April 2.— Reports
received today  from  the anthracite
 il fields state thut the suspensiun of
mining is complete.
.Fifty-six thousand miners ure out
un strike iu lllinok
THE MINES.
The lirst carload nl mill machinery
ior tin- Silver Holliu bus been hauled
I,, Camborne, the consignment including two mortars weighing lour tuns
each, which are the heaviest piece* in
the outfit. The nuicliinei-y bus been
stored here and will be taken tu the
property when the snow is off the
trail, which will not he long us the
miii is now getting groat action on tho
-la auliful." At the mine work is
going along satisfactorily.—Miner,
PRI..CE ARTHUR
Has Sport in the Mountains.
On Sunday thi- royal train bearing
Prince Arthur of Coiinatighl on his
journey aoross Canada, arrived un Hie
Mountain nnd Shuswnp Division,
'I'hc train travelled only during tho
day tu give the Prince the best opportunity ,,f seeing the country. Sunday
night wns spent nt Sicninniis, During
Ihe stay there the Prince hud some
lisliing, landing a line trout, Throe
others were bunked hut gut nwny, ono
evidently being ii very large Hall as It
broke tho spoon bait. On Monday
the train ran from Sicamous to Field,
IVhero the party spent tlie night. The
weather for the trip thro'igh the
mountains^was clear and bright and
tbo Prince and party enjoyed immensely the grand scenery. The
I rain passed through Revelsloke about
11:30 a. in. and n immense orowd,
especially ladies, gathered at tlie
station to sea the Prince, who camo
out mi the platform, It was n matter
ni regret that arrangements had not
been mado foi 'he iu lister of tlie hand
and Rocky Mountain Rangers, and
that Revelstoke was so undemonstrative that not even a cheer was given.
The royal train was accompanied
uver the Mountain and Sbuswiip
Division by Supt. T. Kilpatrick,
Trainmaster W. Elson and Muster
Mechanic Phipps, and tlie division
had to its credit a record trip, every
station being made punctually on
Iinic, and the train passed to Laggan
without thc slightest delay or mishap.
At Laggan, Supt. Nililock nud tho
(-lliciiils of the Calgary division toik
charge of it, but were not so fortunate,
a* n bunk down to the engine, shortly
nfter passing Laggan resulted in a
delay uf six hours.
Engineer Willis Armstrong wn* in
charge of the engine that hauled the
royal train from Kamloops to Rivol-
si.,k„ aiiil Engineer Creel man had
cl arge of the engine making tho run
Irom Rovelstoko lu Laggan.
Conductor Hopgood was in charge
ol the royal train uver tho division,
and Uu C. P. li. uilicinls nml men nre
to bo congratulated on the excellent
way in which they handled it. The
t.-.iin included the curs "York" uud
"Connaught" specially built for the
trip of the Duke nnd Duchess of York
in 1901,
General Kolly-Konnoy, of Soutli
African fame, and Admiral Seymour
accompanied the royal party,
A. u K. RAILWAY
Gal.liher Bill to Extend Time
Passed Despite Protests.
| IIY TI-l.EIIKAI'll]
Ottawa, April -L—(Inllibcr's Bill fnr
extension of time for construction uf
Kootenny nnd Arrowhead Railway
passed the railway committee yester-
duy.
Hon, Mr, Emerson rond protests
from Revelstoke and Trout Lake
Boards ot Trade against extension unless work is preceded with on section
from Arrowhead in Trout Lnkc.
Tho committee -ave the company
three years in whioh to begin the line
and it must be completed in live years.'
RAIL AND STEAMER.
A party ul Great Northern surveyors
have gone Into the field between llcll-
ingham and Spokane, Ior the purposo
\ nl running lines through the Cascades
lun the route proposed Iur a line be-
Iwcon these two cities.
1'ieases every
Vuoltu.
moker  tho " Maroa
K. C. R.
Construction Work Starts This
Week.
On Saturdu; the II, C. Cuntraot Co,
contractors for the Kootenay Central
Railway, ordered 10(1 sets of harness
at Calgary and Opel 0(1 an employment
olliee to secure men. Wurk will ho
Started at Golden ihis i\cek, Tho
present contract ia for ton miles nnd
nu inure contracts will he let till lull,
when slops may be taken In ootnpleto
the inini to Win-liner.
TO SUBSCRIBERS.
The Mail-Hekald will be delivered
to any part ol tho eity, or mailed to
any address within the postal union
or $2.50 per annum, payable In alliance. 'Ihe dubbing arrangements
with other papers will remain in fmco
for those who prefer to have their
subscriptions that way.
DEUTSCHMANS
FAMOUS CAVES
An Interesting Account ol the
Famous Caves Situated East
of Revelstoke.
Itev. Dr. Ilei'dmnii, in un Illustrated
article on the oaves nnd cavorus ol the
Selkirk rnngo ill mountains, iu the
Winnipeg Free Press ol Saturday
Inst, hits the tallowing to sny ul the
famous Doutsohman oaves, just oast of
Rcvelstuke :—
%.-" But let. us cume now lu the caves
which surpass nil others ill the mountains, thnsc ou the line of Cougar
creek, Thc wild stream bus cut out
tar itself subterranean channels
among the limestone strata in its
swift descent along the narrow valley
which forms the dividing lino between
Mount Cougar and Mount Cheope.
Tho enves so far discovered and explored number nearly a dozen, making
a splendid scries. Some ol them
afford but a narrow entrance and n
restricted passage-way,' ending in
gravel or arm-holes, hut ninny ol them
display large underground tunnels
and chambers. These caves were discovered by Charles Deutsohninn, of German descent. This discoverer oiinie
Irom Minnesota; be is 30 years of age,
(s over six feet tall, and can carry on
bis hack over 100 lbs. weight up the
sleep slopes as easily as most men
cany hoots on their feet. In October,
IIIU4, prospecting through the mountains, and with an eye to bear and
wild giiine. ho noted several crevices
among the rocks in the ravines botwoon Mts. Cheops mul Cougar.
Fancy a man idling down these
narrow, dangerous apertures nil by
himself without a light, using ropes
und lung balsam pules, not knowing
whether dangerous gases might lie
coining up frum the bowels of the
earth, ior wlial. sudden falls [roll) the
roof, or broken, overhanging ledges or
bottomless abysses might present
themselves. Honor this man tar his
bravery nnd enterprise '■
What are these oaves, and how nre
they tanned V Cougar Creek receives
its birth from upper slopes of show
und ico areas, the Cascades thai join
it rush down the sides of Mount
Cheops and arc named Whistler Fulls,
lieur Pulls, und Upper Clout Fulls.
The ereek uud its tributary waters
stream and sparkle down the slopes
mul run through a narrow gorge nod
finally merge into the Illeoillowaet
river, but on the way thoy encounter
limestone rucks, and out their way
through nnd under them, disappearing
suddenly mid wilh much clamor, then
stealing out quietly hundreds of ieet
distant, often from scattered separate
passageways. According to the latest
explorations Inst fall by Mr. Wheeler,
F. R.G.S., and by Mr. S. Ayrcs, M.E.,
and by C. DcutBobman, tho discoverer,
tbo old worn underground ohaunols
are frequently in co'inec ion willi utie
another, Sume passages and oorridors
run off at angles, anil others take a
dive and go down sonic hundreds nf
feet above or below a series of tunnels
which start from quite u different
entrance way. But there nro no fl-h,
as in the Mammoth Caves ol Kentucky, in these glucial cascades, nnd
some papers, drew upon imagination
when thoy reported evidonco ol Indian
■relics ami liuiios. It wnuld Like gymnastic natives to get down to these
chambors, swathed in dense darkness,
and lndiun| are vory superstitious
about caves fell Icarnid when passing
the Ciuw's ISfst grotto with the son
of Chief of tMu Kootonays in 1887).
But yet wo saw something one duy in
oneol theso caves, On a bed ol ico
near the opening wus stretched out an
interesting anatomy, (It wus a
grizzly hour, stored away tar soup
killed by Heiitscliiiiun tho night before I) We went Into the caves, the
prospect of this banquet being freely
promised us, traversing narrow infirm
ladders, leaping over pot-holes filled
with wnter, sniling over u little lake
on acouplo of Biniill logs. We conic
io contuct with columns of ice nnd
gushing fountains, ns well ns crystal-
lizud limo lines and incipient stages ol
marble, along with wide-open cliuiii-
bers and reverberating bulls. Swill
wore the rusbiiigs ol tho waters In
subteiriiiieiin channels, and noble was
Ciuliuuwl uu Pane Tbroo.
BOURNE BROS.
Groceries. Hardware, McClary's Stoves, Etc.
Onion Sets, Flower Seeds, Farm & Garden Seeds,
Garden Tools.  A Large Assortment.
Hollywood  and  Sherwin  Williams'  Paints,  Oils,
Varnish, Turps, Alabastine, Muralo, Etc.
Our Stock of Groceries, Fruits  and  Vegetables,
is always Fresh.
BOURNE   BROS.     Mackenzie Avenue
Real Estate for Sale.
$2350.   Fine 2 story dwelling ,,n McKenzie Avenue, musl bo sold this weok
The llrsl real snap of lho season.
$300o.   New 2 story dwelling, s rooms, stone foundation, every modern
convenience,
$3000.   For 2 Htory dwelling, all modern improvements, good lawn, shade
trees, fencing, stabling, etc.. Second Street.
$28oo.  New 2 story dwelling, all modern conveniences Including furnace,
Lnt and a half, fencing. Second Street,
$26oo.   Smnc ita the Insl mentioned, hut no furnace.
$2350.   Fur 2 story house on Second Street, ull conveniences.  This is a
gnuil buy,
$85o.   Five-room ('ullage, 50 foot corner lot. wuud shed, fencing, etc.
$55o.   One-l' Tilling Eighth Street, 50 foot lot.
We have money to loan on any of the above properties and good terms
can be arranged.
We represent the Kevelstoke Lund Company, having for sale residential
lots in the host pari of llie City. Lit* can be purchased on easy terms of
payment, monthly, quarterly, or semi-annually.
REVELSTOKE INSURANCE ACENGY, Ltd.
E.  J. BOURNE,
Boots & Shoes. Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
( ipllal Authorised,$4,000,000   Capital Paid l>. 93»u,uuu    Hu-t. j.,.'ii,nii.
Head Office, Tokonto, Ontario.
Brauchos in thu Northwest Terri^ine.-. Manitoba, Ontario and yuenec.
' 's in British Columbia:   ("raubriiok, Gulden,
: Lake, Arrowhead, Vancouver uud Victoria-
Ami the following point* iu British Columbia:   Oraubrook, "Gulden,
Nelson, Kevei.sUikri.Tmut I
D. K. Wh.kie, Pro.-idem. Hiibi.bt JaffbaY, Vice-President.
E. Hay, Assistant General HHimger    VV. Moffat, Chief Inspector.
Wit. Ramsay, Elias Uookrs, vYu, Hknohik, J. K  Oimiunk, Chas, Cocwbctt,
Pbleo HowtiAND, Directors.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C—A General Banking Business Transacted
Savings Department- Deposit* Heceived aud Interest Allowed.
Drafts sold uvui lublo iu all parts of Cauada, United States and Europe.
A. K. I'liiH'B. Manager
Special attention given to collections.
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THE LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO. have just opeoed up
two Carloads of Paints, Oils, und White Lend, the largest ship'
ment to any one dealer in 13. 0,
READY FOR THE PAINT SEASON"
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House Paints in 41 Different Shades J
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AGATE WALL FINISH (a cold water Kalsouiine) which gave O
sueh satisfaction last year. { f
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BAPLAC \ arnish Stain, u preparation similar to Jap-a lac, for . u
renewing Furnltilro, Floors, etc., (will not scratch white) mode in n
Seven Shades,  TRY IT II j s
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LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., LTD.\\
Mail Ordeii Promptly attended to,       P.O. Box 181. 0
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TENNIS.
The annual meeting ol the Tennis
Club was held mi Monday evening,
The meeting wn* well-attended nnd
enthusiastic, The president, C. F.
Lindmark was in the chair. The following ollicers were elected:
I'rosidont—\V, IV, Potter.
Vice-President—C. It. Maedonald,
Sooy.-Treas.—0, II. Sissons.
Committee—B. It. Atkins, T, E. L.
Taylor, M, L. Hustings.
The ice for both ladies and gentlemen will be tlie same as last year.
Applications fur membership should
be lelt with the secretary or any ollicer
of the club. The court] will be ojiened
in a week or so. It is proposed to
have two club tournaments this sea-
ion, .>tio in .June and one in the lull.
LECTURE TO-NIGHT.
Rev, \V. L. McRae, who has tptnt
nearly twenty years ill mission work
in Trinidad, came into the oity list
night and is the guest ol Rev. J. R,
and Mrs. Robertton. He will deliver
a lecture in Knox church to-night at
eight n'clock. His discourse will bs
un Trinidad and will be illuttrsted by
uver fifty stereoptican view!. All who,
would like to bear and see this interesting island tnd the work ot tht
church then, are cordially invited to
be present. Admiiiion is frst, but ta
offering will oe made.
We are offering to clear—Holly.-
wood Paste Paints, 1 quart tint st SOi,
J gallon tins nt $1.10; 1 gallon tins tt
$2.20. Large and well assorted stook
to choose Irom—Lawrence Hardware''
Co., Ltd. THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE,
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She fltetMberalb.
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DAY AT
KEVELSTOKE. B.C..
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liicliiling |„,-taiii- lo Knglniul, Culled Suites
mul Canada,
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BURDEN IS LIGHT
Pleases every   moker  tho  " Maroa
Vuelta."
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DENTIST,
p-sfi.l Omen:
THK NEW LAYVI'.KSri: HLOCK,
McKenzie Avenue,
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ARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKIIA.M,
llAKItlSTKliS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
Orriutl:   lMi-iaii.il. Ham;   Hlock,  Hkvki.-
btokk, 11. C,
Money lo loan. .   _ „
CllHce.; Hevelslokc. II. I'.i Kort Sleclc, H. 0,
Uro. ri. McCartkb,
A. M.  l'lNKUAM. J. A. llAllVKY,
Rovelstoko, H, C. Kort isii-clo.11. C.
J. M. Sen 1.1..11. W, I- Ih'iKK*.
riCOTT   AND  BRIflllS
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I! RBISTRHS, SOLICITOUS, Etc.
MuVKY rn Loan
SOLICITORS I'ull M0Ij80SS  llA.NK
first Street. Revelstoke, B,C
TjiDWARU A. HAGGEN,
Mining Engineer,
(Mem. American lnsiitutc Mining Rnglncors)
(ntiadianMining Institute.)
Rkvelstokk, B. C.
Examination ot mill report* on Mineral Properties a Spoclalty.
Agent lor Canadian Metal Company, buyors
ol zinc and silver-lend ore*.
Ulnc and stiver-load mines purclins    or operated under lease and bond.
Financial Assistance given ow-aors nml pros
pectors to operato and dovelop
npprovod properties.
Ube flfoaiMbevalb
" l would . ■ . earnestly advise them (or
their good to order thi- paper to lie punctually
■tried up, aod to bo looked upon ns n partol
the tea equipage.''—Addison.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4,1906
DAWN OK BRITISH   COLUMBIA
The great Influx uf population into
the Northwest is showing a decided
tendency to flow over into British
Columbia. What is true ol the
Northwest is true ol this province. Ils
vast natural resources were unknown
and unrecognized till now, It was
not believed, till a few years ago that
wheat could successfully be raised in
Alberta. Now Alberta wheat ranks
with Manitoba " No. 1 hind." The
day ol the great cattle ranches is
passing away and close agricultural
settlement is taking their place. The
C.P.K has shown what irrigation can
do lor the so-called alkaline, barren
lands of All*rta. and  now  that  the
Railway Rates as a Factor in
Western Canada Growth.
Mr. K ,Y. Thompson, writing In the
Boston ICvcning Transcript "I February HI, has tlie following under the
heading-:—
■'A c unpaids ui nf Freight liiiles nil
■'the Hill llond* wiih those io Canada
"just across the line shows striking
"differences in favor nf the Dominion's
''Farms—Figures that sooin in ahow
"ibat by Reason ol these Rales n
"Quarter Soctlon in Canada is worth
"ifsoti more iiiiiii une iii the United
"Slates similarly situated—Canadian
"Rates may gu Lover yet."
Became Boston is the Canadian Pa-
cilic Railway winter port commoroial
liustun stands to gain by rapid nnd
complete settlement of the Canadian
prairie Wesl. Hence it is good tidings lor Boston that llie emigration
ol farmers from the United States
prairie West to that ol Canada continues, It is expected tn include ut
least 110,0(10 souls for the current year.
I'erhnps the movement is not wholly
accounted lor by Canada's giving free
grunts of 1110 acres ol good wheat, bind
to adult immigrants. Railway rules
on wheat may havo more lo (In with
it thun casually appears, Farmers
arc uiit to he attracted hy low freight
rales, attracted to n degree greater
than the economy amounts to in money. They like to be located whoro thoy
can be served by rnilwny companies
noted iur liberal dealings. In bucIi
dealing there is u sort nl promise of
still more liberal rates. This promise
is the more distinct, where popular
government, ovor which Western farmers must increasingly hnvo influence
or control, supervises railway rules,
and governs the railway companies
by a standing commission having ar-
bilrury regulative powers,
Two years ago this correspondence
set lorlb a large body of tabulated
figures to prove that the Canadian Pacific and Canadian Northern Railway
companies, which servo the Canadian
West, wore then much move liberal
in wheat rates than the American
"Hill System" companies, tho Great
Northern and Northern Pacific, which
serve that United Stales West, adjoining Canadian prairies, The advantage ol any Canadian wheal farmer between Winnipeg und Calgary wai
then nt least $5 per aero in land values, these being estimated solely on
the basis ol wheat rules to lake water,
and tho comparison lieing with United !
States binds nf similar fertility at
similar distances West. There is
some reason to believe that extensive j
republication ol the Transcript figures
by Westein papers wus beneficial to
American (armors. At any rate Mr,
J. ,1. Hill gave bis farmers some relief.
In the harvest Benson of Insl year
(1905) a more extensive softening of
bis heart wus generally announced by
the Western press. It wus stated that
be had reduced wheat rates to the
Canadian Pacific Railway level
throughout the American prairie near
Hie Canadian border. An elaborate
examination of the 1905 wheat tariffs
ot the Hill railways confirms the na-
William role ia 10 cents per lull lbs.
The Grand Forks-Duluth ran- is 12
cools per Illll lbs, Neater by 12" miles
lu his port, llie Grand Finks shipper
is worse off by two cents per Ilk) Ilo.
What, dues this signify in land values'.' Let the assiiinpii- ii lo thai iwu
wheat liirms, unc at Grand Kinks, llio
other at Winnipeg, will ouch yield '25
bushels, ur, say, 1460 pounds in the
acre Then the respective! wheal
rates innkc Hie Winnipeg farm worth
211 cenls per acre per vein in, re llian
the Grand Forks [arm. Thut sum is
the interest at li per cent on almost
$,'i. The actual wheat value ol tho
Winnipeg farm is thorolore almost $6
per aero more thun thnt ol the Grand
Forks [arm, That means $800 difference in the wheat values of tho ordinary quarter section liirms, IHO tores,
Tho sum is u lurgc ono to farmers who
think ul moving,
St. Vincent, Minn., wheat shippers,
IlliO miles Irnin Duluth, have to pay
the Great Northern road III cents por
1U0 lbs. to Duluth. Emerson shippers
just acmss the boundary frum St. Vincent, have to pay tho Canadian Pacilic
Railway only 12 cenls [or oariying 100
lbs. to Fort William, 4113 miles' haul.
The following table shows the respective wheat rates nt points not lar
Irom tho boundary lino, nnd nearly
opposite ono anothor in longitude.
Caiuidlnn Milos from      Wheat rnto
-in,ion l-'nrt imr KIOIIis.
(J.P.lt. William cts.
Knicrsiin -Illll 12
Gretna 41)11 12
Holden 508 12
Manitou .r)2(l 13
llolinlicld 582 18
Napinkt 048 15
PiciBon (IW 15
Ettevmi 717 17
t'.s
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Mill,-IM.in
Duluth
Wheal rule
|,nr llllllis.
Cts.
St. Vincent
Hfi'l
13
Necho
395
13
Walhalla
397
13
Hannah
443
l-i
St. .lohn
459
111
Souris
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Moliall
640
III
Avoca
016
20
The significance ol the above figures
is, if tho method uf the previous computation ol land values bo foi owed,
thai Canadian tanners near tho international boundary havo everywhere an
advantage ol almost 17.50 in the comparison between Estevnn mid Avoca.
In the following, us in the preceding
lobulation, the wheat rates arc Liken
Irom the 1905 tariffs of tbo respective
railroad companies, and thc distances
from their passenger liiiie tallies. A
very low of the distance! are estimated
these being ol wheat station.- not
found in llm passenger station li.-ts,
and it is possible that the estimate
may be as much as two or
three mile wrong In nil cases where
there arc more routi - than one on any
company's system to the lake port
specified, then the shortest r ute is
taken in quoting distance figures,
Comparison ol Hill system and Canadian system wheat : ites
1'ubli   N    1 — M ,;;. Line *' tti n -
P. li.(-,,.-
For a rale Tluif IMI. Tin, UN.It   The X I'.
per llll 111-        llllllis hauls IiiiiiI-
ul wheat ivhcul        wheat
HI els. 4:7 miles 92 milts 151 nils.
11 " 483 " 2(10 " 217 "
12 " 480 " 300 " 2119 "
13 « 5110 " 370 " 804 "
11 " 588 " 423 " SOU "
15 " 829 " 443 " 410 "
Ili " (190 " 588 " 4511 "
17 - 750 " 557 -l«0 "
IH " 824 " 578 '.' 542 "
19 "     N.'.'.l    "    580   "    5IIH "
20 " 937 " 04(1 " HOD "
•21 «    1023    " 080 "
Thnt iho wheat rates on thc respective branch railways ol tbo specified
systems nre similarly iidviintiigcuus to
the Canadian farmer also could he
shown by tabulations,
Were land values to be estimated
solely by csiiiipiirison nl wheal rates tn
lake, a Canadian acre 130 miles Irom
Kurt William wnuld be reckoned
worth ns much ns an American acre
130 miles Irom Duluth, ns ouch iicro
hns a ten cent, rnto to the respective
lake ports.
Because Hill System roads carry
much wheat to Duluth Irom points
within 100, 200, 300 and 41)0 miles of
that port it migiit naturally be expected that they would give lower long
haul rates thin the Canadian Pacific,
Railway Cun,puny, which gets practically no wheat within 427 miles uf
Fort William, and therefore has to
operate over tbat_ long distance without any wheat freights. The tacts sro
directly contrary to that natural expectation,
If all this assists explanation of the
boom in Wost Canada, it may bo
logically inferred that farmers will
continue to rush to Hint country lor
years to come. The more it is populated the lower can the Canadian railway oonipnnies put wheat rates, and
their policy plainly is to put tlmse
rates tu the lowest possible, Moreover
the Canadian "Grand Trunk Pacilic"
or "National Transcontinental" is now
under contract. The specifications
demand a bettor road than any now
existing in either the Canadian ur
the American West, That road will
be able to carry wheat profitably at
lower rates than any now conceded,
Ol course the Canadian Pacific Railway will have to meet that competition, Tii is implies that Canadian
rates on wheat must gn down within
ii few yeurs sn much as to enhance
greatly the advantage of Canadian
luiiils In ii comparison ol their potential values with those of United States
lands situated along the Hill System
railways.
The farmers in North Dakota and
other wheat States oi the Northwest
have complained for many yeurs at
the rates they have to pay fur transporting their wheat to market, Undoubtedly this situation is one ol Hie
causes ior the moving ol sume of these
Unit.tl States farmers to Canada,
THE CITY EXPRESS
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prompt delivery nf parcels, baggage,
etc., to any part uf the City.
Any Kind of Transferring
Undertaken.
TELEPHONE Nn. 7.
sertion that  considerable  reducl
wen- mado by the  Hill roadt.    But  i
feasibility ol irrigating and making
fertile tlieie lands ha* been demon-
itrated. a  new  stimulant  to small I the Canadian   Pacific   Railway
settlement hat Wen successfully de- Canadian Northern   rates  were  , ,|
veloped.   The Northwest Territories j fully met.     It   i* with somi
tnd British Columbia were made lor inducing the United Statci roads to
one another, as each can provide what
the other lacks. The Northwest can
send ui wheat, dour, oate and its
manufactured   products,    and    hay.
tome down a few points more am
plncc the American Western larmer
on  an  equality  with   hia    id ici
Canadian  rival,  that  the  (ollot   g
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Britiih  Columbia    can    lend    the statements are presented. The ,.,
Northwest     lumber     and     Iruit. ol mercy in Mr, Hill would proba
Tht   n»w   settlen   of   the   North- be twice or possibly thrice hi id did
aretl   mint  get  their   lumber   and he lower freight rates, since the Ci
fencing material from Britiih C turn- dian Pacific Railway Company mighl
bit,   Uit yetr Ihtre wen MX) towni, then knock off a point or two more
villages tnd lettlementt in the North- which might again bring dowi   Hi
west that had not a po nd
They must have it nnd a- the number
of such markets must be quadrupled
within a short time, it will be ieen
what a vast market is afforded .' r tho
fruit growers as well nr the lumbermen of this province. A lev yean
ago it wai not known that the K',,.t-
nays were suitable loi fruit growing,
.Now Kootenay Iruit has won the high-
eat honors in tlie world at the exhibition! in Loudon, England, Apples,
plums, pears and smnll Iruils enn he
grown to perfection in thiB section ni
well aa in any other part ol the province and the opportunity of promoting
fruit growing is one ol tho lies) ever
presented. This, together with the
(act ihal the immigration movement
ii attracted to Britisli Columbia, he-
cause ol the milder climate and greater
pleasantness ol occupation, will make
all lands suitable lor this purpose vi ry
valuable, and Will bring with il Ilu
dawn of a brighter day lor this province.
r; tea, and 1,,-n, lit (armon and port!
in both countries, Thia c u » tl
em-,-, it mny be superfluous to mon
tion. is invariably conducted In a
■pint of toneficenl internationalism
Wet-.- Ireighi rni,- set strictly ac
cording to railway geography, then
Minneaota Dakota and Montana farmers should got their wheat hauled to
lako water considerably cheaper than
could Canadian farmers it uniilai
longitudes west. Thai Ollghl to result Irom the American Lake Superior
partol Duluth being nearer tho American prairies than tho Canadian Lake
Superior purl, ol Fori William is to
tho Canadian prai.ios, From Winnipeg to Kurt William is 127 milos
From Grand Knrks, Dak., nearly due
smith nt Winnipeg, tho distance to
Dulllth il but 300 iniles. The (irnnd
Knrks wheat shipper might, therefore,
reasonably oxpoot a lower rnto to
Duluth than ihe Winnipegihippoi
gels to Kurt William. Ilul lho houl is
on the other leg,   Tbo Witinlpog-Forl
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Jas. I. Woodrow,
BUTCHER.
Retail Dealer In .^^ggjz^p-
BEEF,   PORK.
MUTTON, Etc.
Fish and Game in Season.
All ordon promptly flllod.
REVELSTOKE, B. C, &*»
NOTICE
yoTl   !.   • HEKKR. GIVEN  tl it   t   In;
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BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Repairs to Bouts and Shoes, Harness,
Belling, etc, promptly tiin.lt--
Nexl Alhllil's Jewelry Store McKenzie Avenue. Rovelstoko,
c^^i§'u>i%
\g0WBm
NOTICE
IN   Till-',  MlTTKll  III-' AN   APPLICATION
1   Int- the Iss (li duplicate ,,( Ui,, Ci'lilllcntu
of Title In Purl in, (onl l,v wi leal) ul l.nl 1112
llnuipl, In the illslrlel,,( Knnlcniiy.
NIITIIT, IK IIKHKIIY UIVKN Ihal il is iu)
Intention In Issue alter ih<- iix|ilratinn «( line
niMiii, Iimii Um Ural puhllcnllun heron! .-, ,l„|,ii
cutout the Certificate nt Title In the alnifc lands
In Ihe iiiiiii,- „( James Ansnn Mnneo, which I'l-itill-
i'iiIi- is ,Intel tltc ttili iln) ul August, mill, a- i
iniiiihi'li'tl.'ilt'lA,
"U.K. Mucl.KOn."
Lnail Itoidslry Olilco, Nelson II. (!.,
Dislricl Iti-ulsiiiir.
1st. March, Iiiiki. ii|ill
NOTICE
NOTUT. Is In-rehi ulvrn Hint silly ilnys lifter
iliitcl llttuilil tn ,'i|,|,lv III III,- Mull. Chief
(Joiiiitilsiliinur ,,l l.niiil.- and Wurks fnr iiennlsslnn
(,, ntirelinse the folloivhif; ileserllieil hinds (,„■
niiitural inirnoBCB, same lii'infc situated near
llnli-liii liny, lull,,iuin- Lets IMl.i, Till! mid 71111.
ili'si-rihisl ns follows:
Commencing al llie southeast ciinior'uf l,nt
MB, tlionco nraih I,, iiiirili-eiisi minor ,,( l,„l
8115, thoneo easl lOehains, then ■,- smith su chains
tolait7u.1i thoneo! n-ost 10 chains In point „!
{'iiiiiiiiciii'cin.nil.
T. LI'IUIATI-',.
l-'i-!,llla|-y,'!ll,'lll,„i. Il!il|i i*
NOTICE.
VTOTIOK IS IIKHKIIY OIVKN Hint
IN days nftcr ilaii, I intenil to aoply
Chief ('iiininissiiiuei-of binds mul \\ m-k
special license in mil anil curry nivny l
from the fullowiiiK ilescrilicd lands in
Iiunicnny lllstrtoti-
1. Cntiitiii'iifinn nt ii |i,,st marked "ll.
anil i'. ll. Kirk's soulli west curlier |iust," |,
nhiail in,, yarns west of Musi,iillu Creek,
north sn chains, thenco east sn i-lunus,
south SO chains, ihenco west su .*].:. ins t m ,»
eointiiuiieemeul.
2. Coininuuelnu al u |msl marked "It.
unit ('. li. Kirk's smith easl rtu-r |tust." |i
alintll Isiiii yai-tla ivosl ,,( Mii8i|llllu Creek,
mirth su chains, llienee nest s„ elinlns,
smith SU elinlns, II e ist Ml clmins tn |i
eunnnuncuiiient,
llatetl March ilrd, li"',
lltirly
liillie
s (in- a
illlliei-
U'est
.. lllytli
limited
tlience
thonce
uiul uf
Iiiiiii
anted
llienee
thonce
ninl ul
lll.lt I l-.I.V'l II,
ll. II. KI It K.
NOTICE.
N'OTIUK l« tioroby nlvon Unit, 80 diiya nfler
diito.Iliitoiidtoiiiiiilytn llio I'litof Com-
mlBsloiior of Liuula ami Works rornapocinl
liconso toout unci curry nwuy timbor from tlio
followliiK tloscriboil Iiinds situated nti wost
slopo nf Iliilfwny Urook raniiliiK Into Arrow
Uko in WostKootouuydtstrloti
i. CoHiHioncliiitaliout | of n mllo nortli from K.
(i. IJnrrlilgo'fl sniiiii wost cornor posl mul nmrlcod
"A. Kilunr's uortli unsl comer nost," tlionco soutli
ni oluifiis, Wi i-liiiins west, BU cliftiiis north, 80
chums enst. in point nf commoncoiuiiiit.
'i. Ciimmouvinu nl a post plnntod nliout is
cluiiiiH soutli nl I'm (I. Uurrldffo's nortli wost corner nml niarki'il "\. Kdaurs south oust cornor
pnsi,*' thenco north sn clmiiis, wesl 80 oliuhis,
tlioi  south 80 chains, tlionco cast 80 chains to
point nf cninmoiicoinont.
;i. Commeuclim nl a poat planted ahmit \ of ft
mile wesl from II. McCormncli'ssouth wosl comer
mul marked "A. litlgiir'a/'runiihignortliSUclutlns,
west 80 chftlna thenco south ni chains, thence
uftst wi cliiiins to point nf commencement,
Dated this 5th day of March, 1900,
A. KDUARi Locator,
NOTICE TOJREDITOeS.
IN THK SUPHKMK COURT OK  IIH1TISH
COLUMHIA;
lu the iiiittteruf Fudo Fukiishlinn, deceiisedt
ami
In tho mattor of tho "(lllicial Admlnistrntor'a
Act."
Notice i- lierelty nivoa (lull hy order of His
Honor J. A. l-'oriu. Local Jlldoo, dated the lith
dm- „f .March, llKKI, (leoritn Sniiih Mollnrtor,
Oll'icial Adinlnlstrntiir [or Ihnl |,ari ,,( Koiit-
iiiliiv Cotlutv conii ri-eil witliiu the Itei-elstoke
Rioctoral District, hits linen ttrnntoil letters of
iiiliiiitiistrutio,, Ui ndinliilstor all und slnuulur
tho estate nf Ku,l„ Ftikiisliliua, daootiseil, inics-
tutu.
And rurt Imr late notice that nil oltlinis I1IK1U
tl„i-;ti,l esl-it st hi, sunt in to tlio Bull! Ail-
tiiiiii-li-nlorat liis ollic, Imei-iinl Iiniii, III.,i-l..
Rovolstoke, II (!., within 80 dnys from the-Into
hereof, aftor which time all nrncooda will lie
distributed among- ihu parties luwfttlly thoro-
mil titled.
IIKOHIIK SMITH Mcl'AltTKIt.
Ollicinl Adiniiiistrator.
UiiU-.l Ihe Uth .lay „( Match, lis,!. 'iilis
Colct Pancje Loclp.o, K, of  P.,
No. 26, Revolstoke, D. C.
MKKTH I'A'F.llY   WtDNKSIlAY
in   inl.llt.il.his'   Hull   nt  s
o'clnch     Vlslltua Knliihls arc
corilinllv  UVlteil.
K. IV. II, 1'AUKT, U.U.
(I. II. Illtorii, K. ol 11. ,V S.
II, A. IIHOWN. hi. of F,
Kiiotiinuv Lodiri No. 15 A.F.AA.M.
»..   s^.-V Tlm ren'ilar moot-
       Imr- are held In the
Mn.oilic     Teuiole,
nhl Kelliiu-s Iloll.oi,
il>, ihlni Moiidii; i
.null   mouth   nl
j.lll, Vi.sitliik'hrelli
cordially   m-l
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O, /•■ I'UOI'UNIKll, Sia-iiCTAliv.
SELKIRK LOD11E, NO 12,1. 0. O. F.
Meets overyTliursdar
OYorilna;ii (aidFollows
Hall a! s o'clock
Vlsltlnn hrclhren cor
diitlly llivllod to al
tend
.1. MATIIIK. Sue
It. MAI'liuNAIill, N.O.
WOOD YARD
I have stnrled a permanent Wood
Yard on Third street. Willi mv pusl
experience 1 hope to lie in n position
tosntisfyull ivt]iilicnii(nls iif customers. Dry corthvood kepi, in stuck and
supplied ill nny len^llis nl, reduced
prices for cash.
R. SAMSON,
RE=0PENED!
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FlItST STREET.
Orders lor lloef ami Mutton,
Poultry, Fish nnd Binnll guuds
will receive prompt attention,
Something Pure
ll you arc looking fur hire
Honey wo hnve just opened up
u consignment ol   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE   COMB
in I lb. boxes, or in A Ib, cans
"Guaranteed Pure,"
CANNED   GOODS
Our Canned Goods are second
to none, nnd more than that
we "(iiiiiriintee every Can."
HOBSON & BELL,
GROCERS, BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.
WAH CHUNG'S
Best Firewood in the City.
Shlpmont of Chinese Canaries just received -Prices from $2 to $5 eaoli
FrontStreet, Re velstoke
■    .1   Rl  III.-.
The Prince Mining and
Development Company,
l.iMiria, LiAiiii.ti'v.
To ■ilii-. siniii-.niii.i)Ku.s or Tin: PniNcn MlMM:
ist, niaia.oi-iuiM Cqmi'AM', Limited l.iuhilily.
Itovclstoko, li.c. Koli, null. nun.
(,'nllco i- lierehy ciicn Hint Hu- Annual Haetlns
of lho Sharohnlders nftho Prince Mining and lie
,,.|.,|,m,-„t l'„m|i;iuv, l.iuiili'il Linliililr. uill In
li,.|,l nt the Ciuuimiys OHtce, I'lrat Street, llevol-
«t.,ke, 11. i'.. „n wodncstla)-, the nil, dayul
March, s, 0, 1000,nl tlio linnrof Iwnn'elock ii
the after n.fiirtho pariiosoiif ,-1,,,'lin- ..IH.-.-i-
i„,  tin  ,„.„i,,u yenr, and fur all ntlair purpose
reiatlnnto thu inaiiageitieiit „f tin- (' puny.
 I'ranslor Honk nftho Company uill lioclosoil
,I,nine tin-1 -to lays Immediately pr linn
-ui-li meeting.
t,ii,I   i,  Itewlslnko, ll r.. this loth day ol
Mirnary, I  O   1000.
»   M  IIHOWN, ,1. II, scon,
President. Heerulai
.    ling lm- 1,,'cu  aiUniiriied Oil
Iprll nth al ■ p m,
NOTICK
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I'aolllc
i-egoing main
lions show ihni ilu- Canadian
Ituilway Company and tho American
Hill linos servo ilm respective 'armors
iih lullowi
The Money Saving
Work Saving Soap
!■ . Crown kind—
. V.ii.M,,. ,-i Largest
Soap I - ml oi Winnipeg House cleaning ind
, [.Ling : ■ , .':, ii le p
Iml tho money 'aving Is lho
Promiurn System
Hook i tolls what wo ;i i -,
Koval i ron,, W i tppen Send
lor   it   Free    Uso  lry  the
-nap
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B, C
N-UTI' K i    Imroli)  gli Iml   :m days
nfUirdntn »o Intond Ui apply lo the Hiiuiir-
atilo 'I,,-  ' ' -,. i    r of Lands nml
W,,rl   f,,r .,    tmcilll ilcouso l.l out nnd curry
-   , Irom  ilm  folloM-iiiu doiorlliod
• iiited In IVosI KoiiUiiiii) Dislricl:
.   ,     ||      I-- I   Mill nl     ll,  liliih uml
II i mum,-i i |ima,' planted nn
• ,t lu Like, thi'itcn busIBO chains,
in     Hi-n nil   s„ elinlns,
. .-,. ilmiK til,    hull, lu poinl nl cum
„..n, .■ ,,,.
Ill-.lti lll.YHII.
i   li   K1IIIC,
linti.,1   -   i
NOTICE,
in    J >      ll|„,        .Ml    .,,,   l.il.iii,. uvei III-
    i      -I  ii. and I „nl nnl la'
i  dehl i,.,inlriieli„lh) Wall t'hln
I,,.
mil it nu Nil
N'lrTHIK Is heruhi n,,,-,i Ihal ilxtydays aflet
ilau-1 Intenil In apply b. III. I hlel (lomnils
i,,,,,, i,| i,,„,i, imi iv., ik. Iur permission Intini
t-hiu.il the lollna-lngilescriln-d I Is mi Hie Cnfiun-
-, .rtli -a. - k.„ >,-,,.,,
i iimmenelngal n pusl allltln i,i-,,l,.,ii,- „l the
I iml It ml,,,,, llne.al Ihree miles nnrlhiil
Irriiwheail, illarKinl    I'.  I   llaggens -nlli »,-l
,,„rni,i uml   llienee  I, liielialn., Ihonee ,-„-l
in rlmllis, Ihen li i" rluiliis, liionco well 10
rln pi I i-iiiuumiii-enu-nl.
Ilateil Mnrcli Pith IIWI
i;. A. IIAIIIILN
CKRTII'IOATII Ol' LMPItllVKMKNTS.
NOTIOI'.
(-niiiplt-1,-1 Mineral Cliilm,
Sitnnle III tin- Airuii Liike Mininc, lllvlslnn of
Wesl Kontuiiay District,
Wliuro loeotedl Near llm Needles nil the Lnui-r
Al'loii Luke.
Take nntleo that I. Kuiiueth I,. Iluruot, agonl
fur Annie Kelllher (Administratrix- fnr thu estate
„( P. II. Ki-lliher ,1 used), Speciul l-'rce .Mim-r-H
c-rlilli-nte No, M76 Intend, sixty days Iiniii the
date liercf, !„ apply t„ tho IIIiiIiib Recurdoi' fur
a Ccrtitleuie „f (mprovumonts, lor thupurposo „i
uhtiiinltiga Crown (Irani nl ihu uhovo olaim,
And fintltoi take utitlcu that aetlnn. under See
thill 87, liltist ho cuininciu-cil helure the issuiilice
nfsucli I'l-ililh'titei,! Improvements.
Dated lids Kill, Hi day „f Kclrrunry, IIKlll.
KKNNKTI! I,. HllltNKT.
ASK YOUR  DEALER  FOR
-KURTZ'S PIONEERS''
•■KURTZ'S OWN-
SPANISH BLOSSOMS"
UNION    MADE   CIQARS
MANUFACTURED   nY
Kurtz's Pioneer Cigar Factory
MN, Cordova St., W,
VANCOUVER, -   ■   B. C.
MISS GARVIN,
T15ACHEB OF I'JANOFOU'tB
Kiigngeinenta accepted lor A'.-
llomea dtc. Theory Lessons a
specially. Pupils now enrolled for
the new year.
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought*)
Cash Prices Paia
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
Richard R. Copeland
JOBBING (Altl'IONTEItl
AND 0AB1NETMAKEH
Mmitlcs, Slu'lvlng. Storin  Dimrs, ole
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Third Street East, llevelstuke
421c
Halcyon Hot Springs
^Sanitarium.
Under the new iiianiigementlof
Hakky MolNToSH,   Hull'nian   House
Rossland.
rnllE MEDICAL WATERS of Hal-
JL cynn are tlm mosl, ennilive in the
world. A perfect, niilninl remedy for
all Net vims and Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney nml Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning, A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates on nil boats nod trains. Two
mails ai rive nml depatt every day.
Teb'gra h communication with all
iiiniis of the world.
THUMB—$12 to $IS per week.   For
further particulars apply lo
HARRY MoINTOSII
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arreto Lake. 3. C
Mrs. II. J. lla.dairy Managress.
First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
Lurno Diningrouni for
RnnQUotl, Sll|,|,ers, elc
Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Peacock Mineral (Halm, situate iu the Ravel-
stoko Millinu Division  of  West   Kootonay
Districti-
Wherolocntodi Al Slanilard Basin, in the
lllg llclid.
TAKK NOTICK that I. It. Smith, Kroo
Minur s Cortlfloato No. II 8r.',2S, noting as ngent
tori'. J. ltiiinuns, Kren Minor's Ciirtitlcato No.
IISMSli; I), K, Itoliiiison, Kreo Miner's Ccrtilt-
cate No, 11 BBSS nnd Wm, M, Siiituu's Free
Miner's Corlillcate No. II Hiillli, intenil sixty
duys Irom date hereof to upply to the Mining
Recorder for a I'ortiflcato of Improvements for
the purpose of ohtiiining n t'roivn (Irantul (he
iiIhhu claim.
Ami (an Iter, take notice, that action under
Section SI, must lie commenced before tlio
Issuance of such CerUllcate of improvements,
Dated this Second day o[ April, A.D., Illll.
Ap.4-2m 11. SMITH.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Martha Jhiii.  Friictiun  find   Minlo   Mmural
ClniiHB, situate hi (Iio Kuvulstoku Hiuiiiu
Dlvisiou of WoBt Kdiitouny District.
Wliero lociitedi-At Standard  Basin,   Dirt
llond.
TAKE NOTICK that 1, H; Smith, Free
Miner's Certificate Nn. l) 885,23, noting ns iiKout
Tur tlio I'riiin* Mining and Duvolniimont Com-
Many. Limited Liability; Free Miner's t'nriifl-
eateNo, 1188185, intond sixty days from date
lioroof tu ii|i|il\ to thu Mining Rocordor fur
Certifieatoa of Improvements for tho purtMiso
»f ;obtaitiiiiK Crowil Grants of tho hIkivo
claims.'
And further, take notice, that action under
Sort inn 111, must l>o c-i mini annul before tlio
itMimnce of such Cortillcalus of Improvemonts.
Dated this Second day of April, A. D.. IWO.
Ap.l-2m. R. SMITH,
Do You ltceive -v""r '?','"
II k ii A I, ii regularly
und " on lime'.'" II not, kindly
notify tlm olliee at once, either
'Phono 111 nr by postal.
M.  J.  HENRYS
Nui'sorios, Greenhouses & Seed Houses
VANCOUVER, B. C.
IIKAIajI'AllTKIIs Kill! PACINI! COAST
llllllUN IIAIIHKN. KIKLIIANI) KLUWKII
sKKIis. New crop now in stock .union tost
iu our iirounliousos,  Ask vour tiii-rclianl for
■In n in -muled liiif-killte*. Ill,, dues not handle
11,mh lie will milli JO assoi'leil. .'«' paokoUl „(
l,'K,-lnl,l,',ilul llower seeds (oilrowt. select ion,
Milnil,!,-forll c. uanli-iis) lor Sl.isi. Spocial
liriuos mi vour Imlk sooiln.
II. I'. HIIOWN KKUIT ANIi OIINA-
MKNTAL THKKS nuiv randy lor s|iiln|(
.|iij,in''iil.
l-'xlri, lilcostook of livo mul llirccyeiir Apple
Tree- ill S'Xisi tier P>', (isn.isi per I.isii; M,n
mud I'llltnlj Sl.isi eaeli; Italian I'niiie, two
yenr, line. I'-'.Visi por 1001 Snjiiu- I't-inie, two
yoar, Hue tw.nu for lm.
K.i 11 ll«t of "tlier stock iii rogulnr prices.  No
xponio, lo*s or delay of fiiinliriition or
in-pc-lion.
L-i nu- prlco your lisl is-fore plnoing your
order.
(ireei,Iuin-,. Planus, l-'lor Work, Hi-eSupidli.-,
l-'mii PackaKos, Kcrtlll/ci*., etc.
CATALOOUK KIIKK.
Nl.  J,  HENRY
mill, WE8TMINSTBK ku.ll), VAM01VI.H. B. C.
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt 3D dnys
aflor date I intend to apply to tho Hon. Chiof
('oitimissionnr of Lands and Works for a specinl
license to cut and carry away timbor from tbo
following described Innds, Bltuoto nt or near
llio Standard Basin, Rovelstoko district.
CommonciiiK at a [Hist plantod about 1 ■'- miles
north of Standard Minn, and marked "('.,)
R's South-West Corner Post" t thence north imi
chains thonce oust -111 chaius; thenco south
UKlchains; thenco wast 41)chains to the plica
f co nt in q n ooin on t,
Dntod tho Hncond day of April A,l)., 1WM.
Ap. 4 2-ni. 0, J, RUMENS.
NOTICE
NOTICK Is hereby Riven Unit 80 days after date
wo intend tn amily tn thu Hon, Tlw chief
CmninlsHlntier of Ttamis and Works fnr a Special
License to cut and carry away timber frum tht*
following ili'srrilmd luiiils.
1. CoHimoncllifi al a Host planted OOcllilliis
iinrtli from the smith west cornor of lot No. 01-411
and markod "A. I,. Ch'h. N, W. corner post,"
thenoo south 80 oliaius,80 chains mutt. 80 elia-ins
nortli, 80 chains west tu point of oomtnotioetnont,
Dated this-2;<rd day of Mnrcli, lwm.
st, Coiameiioliiit nt a post plnnted no chains
nortli from the south west cornor of lotNn,014fl
ami marked "A. I,. Cn's, Soiitliwosl corner inist,"
lliennt 8H clmins nortli, Hli clmins east, tin chains
smith, sn elinlns west to [mini of ooinmoncemonti
Datoil tills ailril day of March, 1IW0.
Altltt)WHKAl) M'.MIIKK CO,,UMtTKD,
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby glyon that thirty 'lays
aflor data wo intond to apply to tlio Hon.
Chlort'omtnlssionorof Lands and Works for a
special liconso to cut and carry nwny timber
from tlie following described lands in the ))Ih-
trlot of West Kootonay t
I, Commencing nt a post marked "Arrowhead
Lumbor Co., Ltd, North-west corner port" [planted
near the month of Deep Crook near tin* shore of
Upper Arrow Lake; tlioncOBOIltli Si) chains: llienee
cast sn chains; thence north so elinlns; thence west
Hi) clmins to the point of cotnmcnrcnioiit,
•i. Commencing at a post marked '"Arrowhead
LunilierCo,, Ltd, North-wentcorner post' planted
nlmut IW chains south from the inuiiih of hoop
Crook where il empties Into Upper Arrow Luke;
thonco "-until B0 ehains; thence east 80 chains;
thonce imrth 80chains; theuce west B0 chains to
the point of t'citimiencelneiil. £
Daloil this ftli day of March, A. I)., 10W.
HMl. n ,:id 'I*
UE MAILHEItALD, revelstoke, IS. c.
LUCKY TAILORS
One made a Fortune by Giving
Clothes for Le Roi Shares
Another Made a Good Investment in Tonopah Extension.
In the early dayi ol Rossland, when
Lo lloi sharea wore selling nt 5 ccnts,o
shabbily dressed man enttred a small
tailor shop in n until town in Oregon
"Tailor," said he "I want a suit o
clothes, but I have no nionoy. II
you'll make mo a suit, I'll givo you
,1,000 shares ol Le Koi stuck."
The tailor demurred at lirst. lle
wanted cash; but niter a while the pel-
auiiiro powers oi the miner won upon
him, and lie accepted the sharea .11
exchange for the clothes, Threo years
passed away. Careful development
proved that tlie Le Koi mine was a
property ol great value, and wise men
begun to gather in odd blocks ol the
stock. They were able to trace ull the
shares, except ii,000. Advertisements
were inserted for the missing shares,
without meeting with a response foi a
long time. After the lapse of some
months tbo tailor's eye happened to
meet ono ot the advertisements. He
remembered the 5,000 shares that hnd
been given him ior the suit ot clothes,
nnd which he had thrown into an old
soap box containing rubbish. He lind
forgotten the name ol the mine, in
laot, ht had regarded the stock as ol
no value, and thesuit as good as given
away. Finally he decided to look at
the certificates, and to his joyful surprise lound that they were the identical ones that had been advertised for
and were worth $" a iliarc. He surrendered the slock upon payment of
their value and departed Iur Fatherland.
An almost identical incident lias
just developed at San Francisco. A
tailor named Bohoenstien went to
Tonopah a little more than a year ago|
and opened a tailnr simp. "One day,"
relates Sohoenstien, "a broken gambler came into my thop. He was
blear-eved and slinky altera night at
the tables, and broke, but the lust of
the game was still in his blood, und bo
wanted to play more.
" 'Hill'—he knew me well; anyway,
lirst names go in Tonopah—'Hill,'he
remarked, 'bore's a bunch ol Tonopah
Extension, dive mc fifty bones, and
it's yours.'
"My whule capital wus $S(I, but I
decided to buy. I gave him the money
and bought a round nl drinks, which
cost |2 more.''
Schoenstien then wenl tu San Francisco. He left the -luck behind whoa
he changed roinis. He later returned
lor it, and was informed by the landlady that it had been thrown into the
rubbish iu the cellar, and might possibly be lound there. There in an ash
barrel lay the stock which three weeks
ago waa worth $27,500. Schoenstien
put the stock in a bunk. Four weeks
ago he received an offer ol if'2,f)00 lor
the stock. He accepted, A little
later he learned to his lorrow that the
stock was worth jf27,50O. at the time
he sold. Still later he learned that
Schwab, the steel magnate, hnd sold
it lor $500,000. Such is lock.—I). IV.
H. in Vancouver World.
ins, potholes, a splendid corridor, n
study ol the swish ot the waters, then
the large Auditorium clumber 100x60
loot, 10 to 25 leet in height. A pillar
of Ice was thoro, whioh meant that u
seoret opening from tho oulsido wa.*
not lar distant, and one dark tolling
river we culled tlie Styx Caves 2 anil
II join uiic another and are called "The
Main Cave," the entrances being Irom
thc gorge. Tho chambers and most
striking (natures nre named "Tbe Hall
Room," "Tho Pit," or "Deep Cavern,"
our way Biviltly through a, narrow,
toilsome passage to tlio free upper
world. In another cave we tied a rope
iirounJ our waists and went down u
deep, circulnr uhyss sixty or seventy
feot—one of the most weird passageways imaginable.
"The Old Mill," "Tho Terror, I'lic
Turbine," "The Dome," "The Art
Gallery," "The Bridal Chamber," "Tbe
Ruined Aqueduot," "Tlie White (Init-
to." Another cuvu bus the name
"Avernus," another "The Well," ur
Hottomless Abyss," but below it another passageway lms boon lound leading to a high vaulted chamber called
"The Judgment Hull," with a pedestal
set up, and ou another pillar markings
that suggest a cross. Some specimens
ul blue and grey marble nnd of stalcite
and crystalled carbonate have boon
brought up out ul iluinc caverns. Most
uf the utile, caves are very limited, so
tar as exploration bus yot penetrated,
Tho walk through the envoi is nearly
two miles Sume ol the sudden descents arc 250 leet deep. Old channels, both uf Cougar Creek and the
Cheupi streams, can be traced (or distances. Mr Ayres estimates that it
took 111,000 years to cj.it out 'these
clinnncls (by means of slow erosions
in the lock beds and faces often billowing "limits" in the strata. Thodiitrict
which includes these cnvei nnd the
streams should bo made n park, Trnils
ilinulil be out, accommodation provided, electric light furnished Irom
the lushing cnsondoi lor llie underground passages; woodwork put into
make traveling more easy.
SEE
DEUTSCHMAN'S
FAMOUS CAVES
(Continued Irom Ptiitti Ono|
the spectacle presented by durk green
and blue strata of rock, diversified
often by Hushes of white specks. These
specks had been swept into crevices
and cracks in the rock laces and seem
to have been crystallized through the
action ol ages from crude lime into
hardened calcium-carbonato und wonderful marble. We lighted magnesium wire and flashlight pnwders,
and leheld in consequence radiant
views ol perspective, of light and
shade, ol colors nnd visions—but we
overworked our opportunity and were
neaily choked with the stilling funics
which ninde US sneeze.
Now for u brief summary of the
enves. Climbing up Irom Ross Creek
Tank, niter a mile nnd it hall, yon pnss
under a high bluff culled Look-out
1'uint; then a ravine, then an old
channel-way, then a deep gorge or
canyon, which has to he negotiated hy
means ol a rope Instated Irom a ledge.
Then the Mill bridge and the Plume
and the (lopher bridge. Theso are
names so solected because of the feu -
tttroa ol the remarkable run ol waters,
which at these upper districts swirl
under long-extendod slabs ul limestone
rock. II the stream was turned aside,
on.) could walk a long way under these
natural bridges whoro potholes 'nml
erosion markings arc well worthy ol
study, Cave I is tho auditorium cave,
cnusinting ul narrow passages, ladders
nnd Hunting luidgOB Ooiistrtiotod Inr
undorgruund by the discoverer,   llrot-
Wing Chung's newly im
ported stock of Cliinesi
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Tea services 'Flower Pots
I'lales Umbrella Stands
llaskels Lunch Baskets
Cane Chairs Smoking Jackals
Handkerchiefs Silk Hoods.
COLD FISH
l-'incsl -lock uf candies nml fruils in town.
Front Street, Revelstoke
LAND NOTICES
VIOTICKU hereby given Hull sixty days afler
,>   I Intend to apply to the   IdelC lulmluner
of Land- and Work, fnr permission to purchase
the fi.llDV.-lns deaerlbed land  tin- Columbia
Kin-r. Nmtli iVi-.t Kouienay:
Commencing nl n pint within ta-o chains nftlus
A. and K. railway line, about n mile mirth of
Arrowhead,  rked "D.  IVooisey'a smith ut-st
cornel ]„--t" thence north lu ehains, C-ienco easl
IU chains, Um  -mall p, chains. Ihence nest m
chain, to place uf iieneemenl
Hated March loth, 1000.
0  Wlllll.SKV,
1'i-riy. I-', (Ijiiliie, Ageni.
VIITII'I-: i* h.rcliv given Ihni -itlv '.lavs after
l\ dale I nimi.I tn apply to the Chief Coniuils-
-i,iiii-i„f l.-uiiL.iiid Works for ponnlislon tn purchase tin- following described lends on ilu- Cuhiin-
Ida lllver, Nortlt-W est Kimteuay:
Com ucingnl n pusl ivitlihilwu chaini of tin-
A. nnd li, mlllln) line,aboul a mlloItllil :, Imlf
north „f Arri.nl I, marked "A. .11,l'liikhnni's
smalt west ,-„n„-i post," ihenceniirlh 10elinlns,
thenco easl lu ehains, thonco smith locluilm,
thence wesl 10 chains n, place „f euininuneenienl.
Ilnte,I Miui'h PJtll, lis,,',.
A. M, l'lNKUAM,
I'm W, I-. Ilgilvle, Agent.
NOTICK is hereby given that nutty days alter
date I liilendtn apply to tho Chlof c ■
missi,.nn- of Units and works Ior pennUilmi tn
purchain the followingdoierl Hamilton the Columbia rlvnr. Norllt-Woii Ifootonny:-
(' meiielnn nt n post u-lthht iwo chains of Mm
A. and K. rallii-a) line, aboul tiro miles north ol
Arrowhead, marked "IV, I'. Ogltvlo's lotitlt wosl
corner poat." thence m-rtli !„ clinlm, thol ensi
10chains, tliet  small iu clmins, thence m-st in
chains to ula f i uccinoiii.
Dated .March null. mil.
w. k. oiiii.vn-:.
FIRST ANNUAL REPORT
OF
NOTICE Is hereby given that sixty dayi alter
date I Intend to apply to thu Chief Clm Is.
si,,tier, f Lanils mul u,,rk* forpnriuissluii u, pur-
clmse lit,- folloiilng ileacrlM hinds on tho iiiil-
il-nhla river, North-west Knutenayi-
(Jnuimuiiclng at n posl within two elinlns of the
A. anil K. railway line, almul tivu mul a half
miles norlli „( Arrowhead, marked "A. Johnsons
smith wesl,-,,in,-,- nust," thence north 10chains,
tlience ,-u*l   lu elinlns, ihence smith in chains,
thonce west iu elinlns to [dace nf t inu-neeiimut.
Hilled March mill, iiiiiii.
A. Jiill.N.so.N,
I'd IV. P. (Igltvle, Agent.
REGISTERED   TRADE MARK
Buck Brand
Overalls
Como iu many styles
Including
Plain Pant Shapes
Bib Overalls
Swell Bottoms, Etc.
Those who hnve vvnrn llieni say
that  for durability, style, lit
nud finish, Ihey enniinl   lie ex.
celled at any price,
Wm. J, Master & Sons
LTD ,
MANUFACTURERS
VANCOUVER,    B.    C.
SVNOl'SIS ul-' REGULATIONS GOV-
rJU.Nl.NU THE PIBPOSAh OP UU-
Jll.NlUN LANDS WITHIN THE
UAILWAI' UELT IN THE JrUlUV-
1NUE UK E1UT1S11 (JOLUalBlA.
A LIUOjiNISE lu eul lllliuer can lie iiu-
HUlleU ulliy ul pilul,0 companion, ji
t'oiuuj ui ,j pur square nine is unaigou
lor all UliiLier Oeillis excepl uuse a,,u-
uteil Wesl ol l'uiu lor wluoll un- lOlllui la
ai me rale ui u oouia per awe per annum.
lu auaitioii to llm leiltal, uoea al uie
lo.lowing rale* aio obaigedi—
bawn lumber, uu oeuis per tuuusmiii
feet UM.
ituuway lies, eight and nine feel long,
I i-j uuu 1 ii-1 ceuls eacli,
.-rn.unie tio.i*, j*j ceuls a cord.
jUl oilier produois, it per vein on the
sales.
A license is issued so soon us a oerlli
i* grumeu, oui in survoyed leuiiory uu
iiiooei- can be eul ou a Perm until me
licensee uus made a BUrvey iliureol.
I'ei-iiuls lu cui tiraour arc also grained
al puoile oompolltlon, exeepl in llie cane
ui actual oeiuer*, wnu require tlie till!-
.. . ...r llieir uwn use,
tieiuers and minus may also ouiuin
penults iu cui up iu leu curds of wuod lui
sine   Wllliuul   cuniiiellllun.
llie uuea puyauie under a pellllil are
11,00 per liluusund leel U.M., Iur square
uiiioei- and suwiugrJ ul' any wood except oak; irom 1-1 lu 1 1-2 ceuls per iilleu.1
tout Ior building lugs; Hum Li 1-- to -j
cettls per cold Iur wuud; 1 celll Iur tenet
pusis; i coin* Iur railway lies; and litems per turd for smngle noils.
Leases lor grazing purposes are Issued
1'ur u leiin ul' iweiiiy-uue years, al a
rental ul' lwo coins per acre per annum.
Coal lauds may be purcnased ai Ilu
per acre lor suil coal aud (* Iur ullllira-
cite. Nut mole iliu.ii Bo acres may be
acquired uy one individual ur company.
Loyally al llie rale ol ill cents per ion
ol -eve puunus is colittled on Uiu gros*
output.
Liuries Iur land lor agricultural purposes, may ue made porsuuully al llie -u-
Cttl land ulllce Iur llie dislllcl ill wlllcli
Uiu land lu be laatn up is Sltuattd, ol
il ino liuinesieudtr desires, lie may, uu
application io int Minisiti- ul me lnler,ui
al Oltuwu, Hit Coiiiiiussiuiitr ul liuiuigiu-
liuii ai Winnipeg, ur ine lucal ageni tor
Hit Jjisuiti, wiiniii wlucli Uie land is
situated, iccelve auUiurily ior sume one
tu make entry lor uuu.
jl lee ol *le is cnalgtd lor llollieslead
A stiller wliu has received an enlry lui
a iiulilesltaU, is required lu perturiu In.
conditions connected (btitwiiu under out
ul llie following plans:—
Ui Ai leust six months' residence upon
anu cultivulion ul' llie laud in each >.-ur
duiiug uit term ul lluee years.
ii is uit practice ul ibe Department io
require a stiller lu bring li acres undei
tuliivaiioii, bul il lit prefers he may suo-
sltiule slock; and 20 bead ol callle, lu be
actually Ins own property, Willi buildings
lor llieir uccommudallon, will be requutu
Instead ol oultlvatlon,
Ul ll Hit lather (or mother, If the lather is dtttastdj of any- person who is
,-iiBibit to make a homestead entry uudti
the provisions of the Act, resides upon
a farm in Uie vicinity of Ihe land entered for by such person aa a liomcslead,
ine requirements of (he Aa as to residence prior to obtaining patent may be
sailsiitd by sucli person residing with llie
father ur muthtr.
Ui 11 the stiller baa his permanent
residence upun larniing land owned by
him In Uie vicinity of his homestead. Uu-
requirements of the Act as to residence
may be satlslied by residence upon llie
said land.
Application for patent should be made
at llie end of three years before the local
agent, sub-agent or a homestead inspector.
Before making application for a pateni,
Un- settler must give six months' notice
In writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands al Oitawa, of his Intention lo do so.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
Ottawa. Februray 14th. 1105.
The Burrard Sanitarium Limited
And Second Report for the Institution,
A PHENOMENAL RECORD.
ITPWARDS of ono hundred surgical opernlloiis were pot-fontied, all willi
J complete success, and only one death mil of over lu,, hundred pntlenls
treated, seven patients wore In Ihu Sanitarium al thu opening ,,1 llie yenr.
203 were admitted during ibe year, ma king- n total of 212 ircnted, or Ihesu no
were males mul 118 females, 112 ivui-u surgical, 81 modlcai ami 10 obstetrical.
12 patients remained iu nt the close nl' ihe year.
The (uiul days treatment weruHIIX), an average of III. Hi days per patient.
Out of the 212 patients treated only one death occurred lieing' less tlinn
I percent. This one death was duo lo suppurative pyelitis complicated wilh
heart disease.
Patients were admitted from the following localities:
looalitHjS
lis Luilnei'
I New Wcsliniiislei
I Collliigwood
I lli'iimliin
I Barnaul
1 West ham Isl.-iinl
I Ruck Bay
1 Salmon Ann
2 Port Hammond
1 .Ml. Lehman
2 Cnlgury
I llitlshiirv, Allu.
I C'liilliwu'ck
I Miami, Man.
il   While llnr.se, Yukon I
The Baths and .Massage Denai-tnionl havu been eminently successful
under the management nf .Miss Slllllngton, During' lho yoar, 11,'ii ti'i'iilinenls
were given, and as the patronage has gradually Increased, il bus become necessary to engage un assistant, Furly in the year a souvenir prospectus was
published and copies mailed lu tho many friends nf tho inst it ul inn.
The olliees, reception rooms, balls, ami most nf the private wards have
been neatly painted and docoratod, milling' greatly In Iheir appeat-anoe, The
Increase of nm- work in the Fast End bus necessitated lite opening of brunch
offices in that part nf the city fur the convenience of (me patrons.
Vancouver
Viiiiuoilii Bay
ICiimloops
Alberni
Vnn (land
Washington Stat
North Vaiicouvci'
Central Park
Ladysnilth
I,uml
Allin
Hock Bay
Epwoi'th
Sudbury
Stiininerlund
2 I'oi-I llniii-v
■J. Alilei  (li-ovc
I l.ill I
I Maudow, iMan,
I I Lui iui Bay
I Seattle, Wash,
I Dawson
I Lytton
I Lodnc, Allu.
I Rovulstoke
il Keel'cl- Sllll inn
I s,,iiris, .Mint,
II Nans River
I Flaii-uc
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th;; revelstoke wine & spirit co.
LIMITED.
Imp •      ii ^', mtry ol origin,
Wlli.U.hSAI.1-     DEALliRS    ONLY.
EEVBLTSOKE, B. C
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HOTEL VICTORIA
■ Under   Now   Management
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop,    REVELSTOKE,   B.   C
Kir-'.-cIa* accommodation for travellers.
Besl brands of Wine*. Spirits, uml
Cigars.
RATES   $1   AND   $150   PER   DAY
FREE   BUS   MEETS   ALL   TRAINS
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The Leading Merchant Tailors
Don't order a Suit because it is cheap.    Order it "*
because it will be becoming,  fashionable, durable and
comfortable.   Tbe best is tbe cheapest.    We make ihe :
best.    In making a Suit we give advice when wanted and !
we accept advice when a customer desires to give it. .:
Every now and then you are confronted  with  the ^
question, " Who's Your Tailor"—Cresssman iS: Morrison, j
of course. <
Cressman & Morrison     !
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Arrowhead, B. C.
Chat'iiilngly sltuntcd nn the ihoiesj
nf Ai-i-uH Lake,
Good Ttiitil l-'ishitig
Biials ithvitys I'm- bile,
Sample II,,,uu* iu m,un,Mli,,n
Piesl-class  house   loi- Toillista uud '
Ouinmui'cial mnn,
W. J. Lightburne, Proprietor
R OPENED
REMODELED
Union /fofe/ Restaurant
Mrs. McKitrick, Manageress.
Open al all hours. Shorl Orders Inslefully served,
Meal Tickets Issued Rates Moderate
If You Are Not Able
To attend to thc writing' of Advertisements yourself, send in your
ideas to us. We will put the matter in shape for you, and we think
we can please you,
INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
Revelstoke, B. C.
WM. J. MASTER & SONS,
LIMITED-
WHOLESALE   SPECIALISTS
Gloves Shirts        Un'derwear
Socks Smocks       Blankets
Hose, '/, Hose    Overalls     Dry Goods, etc.
Makers of "BUCK BRAND" Goods
ADVERTISED   EVERYWHERE
LETTER ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
Central Hotel
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
Newly built.     First-class in every rei-pei-t.    All modern conveniences
Large "-ample Rooms.
Rates $1.50 per Day. Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
ORIENTAL HOTELS
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars,    Rates.$1 a day.    .Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEHT     STOHSTE,    PEOP.
Queens /fofe/
fc        COMAPLIX   ;	
jjii. Bestjbrands ol \\ ines, Liquorsand Cigars.) .^1 ravellersjto
Fish Creek will lind'excellent accommodation)^ this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG,
Lssgiw. a
Proprietoi
GET YOUR EYES EXAMINED FREE
A lnrj,ri* varieLy
of Glasses always
kept in stock here
As   -,/'
Try  a pair  on   j ji)    \.
wc guarantee a   1 ■ yf     \
perfcel lil
<k
\.
If you require
anything injewelry
ii i'- hero lot* vou. '
\ complete slock
ul' ilir righl .lass
tf\' goods.
J. GUY BARBER,   - Jeweller, Optician
r'"*^r'-»,^r,^r'^r^r^r>r>r>r>r>f>r>r\i>r>r>r>rSr\r>r>r\r\f^s
LOANS . NOTARIES''
SIBBALD & FIELD"
have
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE
IN ALL PARTS 01-' Till-'. CITY
INSURANCE COMOX COAL    ?
i
Sold only in 2lb.PacKa^esi
m*>.
Absolufely
-S-.ir'* "
Outfar.
\     lutf -purity. fulU.-ia I .:iI-,.m h nwiTteniiifi innlitle- inmraal I
»1 Mini liii'l-i-i  i- -■'-.: '       p    i    i|i i,| i. i i„ ,.,':.,,   Mftnufauturwl
i-iilin'l) ti"in i .ni' sii^.,i jniwii mi diiruwii I--: itei
ThO B. C. Su^nr RcfininB Co., Ltd,, Vancouver, B, C.
YOUR BUSINESS or YOUR LIFE
will be full ol ivorriet winch culd be
avoided by tlie use ,,l
Loose Leaf Systems
g£N«!
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. Saddie 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.
The Interior Publishing Co., Ltd.
THE HOME OF LOOSE LEAF SYSTEMS
REVELSTOKE,      •      -      B.C. 'HE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, 11. (
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Owing Iii illness ill hi*  LniiH',  licv. j!
Miss lleline is al llie Old Stand Ready for Work.
STOCK I'-O'll'I.KI'l'.—Xuvu' liuve we I I u' woll ]>r ■;. ui-.l a* o it to
want;    Ynu will Iinil i.ur prices right and iill goods a* ro[ireteiite I or
hack,   WE IXVI 1'K YhI'II IXSl'Kl'I'IDX.
Millinery Department.
'/jyijF Mr. McCull was un-thlo to conic to
Mfc Arriiivheiul   lor Sunday,   There waa
W1 then-fine no evening  service  in Ihe
^•Jf Presbyterian oliureb,
!     lieu. I'. Well*, ol   NellOll,   Secretary
ui  Ibe    l.iiiiiliernion't    AiBucialion,
visited tlie iniils here.
Ynu call depend upun sccii a tbe Sewi
•   m • pnrci - In E i -  ,-iy few tl
ivi,-* going a* we have nude urrtingeniouti
-keeping our slock brighl and New.
Womens' Skirts.
in-  tu hand—-the  latest   novultv in elVccts in the
Big shipment 1.1 U'uii en*
j  pulai Tweeds anil Cloth.*,
Our Dressmaking Parlors.
Tin  Mi--.-   Nnidcll   hm,   taken  imi   thil   Department.   All work guaranteed,
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KEIV (& yo vw
FOR NEW STYLES OF      J
Wall   Paperj
AT GOOD PRICES CO TO
Canada Drug & Book
Company. t
■ ■ |p 1       Tbo corner stoi (iln- new I.O, 0.
Local and beneral. r.i.«innv« ^ .si,,i „„.<„
flu   ■    :.-. •  of Sayward, .1 1 1
towi I the 1 .mv day* ol the South
K   ti : . ;■ 1 if ■■•• 11 cancelled.
,   1111 ,,11,1   tie- t'pinstcrs trans-
tned inl ■ intiiul tnaiden; helore
yciui eyes, ,1: tbe Opera House, April
imi
I In   V nconvi:   carpenters' strike
. .-  ■ In i iled lor April lirsl
-   ■■11 settltd hy 11 com) isciruiu
th sides
IJ, Mclntyre, ul Notch  Hill,
,m- - m,    il : - j- oerul ttore to 11 Mr.
- ith     th it district  and  intends to
.- 1   tin Kootenuys.
11. 1   .- . . ., .. ipts lor the  Domini :.   ; :   M in I.   -li ,«' 11  gain  nl
*T:* 50') tin I irgest - vi 1 niaile in any
- ng • ::. • th in tin -' miitry'i history.
, 11 Saturday nfteri 11. on the Mc-
Kei ;• iven 11 recreati m grounds, 11
I :■ ill n.,'.-:. will be ployed, City v.
C I li -:. ; - Uu Saturday nighl a
■'   tb«    meeting «ill be held.
A. C '.:-. •' the City Restaurant,
:- , nl: rgi .- I is pn inises by building
. tn ■-■ rev ulditioi   ot coi -; Icrable
- .  the lower 1 rtion   I which is to
■ •  ised is ., dining 1   111, while the
.: ■   half will be (I vided ll lor bed-
■ 11 -
Y M.CA  is
1: - .j     isiui vling alley ure
lull every nighl T 11 ■■ litis be. n .1
.    I sale ol 1111 lipli     Is,   The
I:..-., il direel I* here in aboul
,-i • -;-     I In cl :--• - ■-. m
md -
urd iv ulternooii.
A lll-|,:l|ell Irillll San l-'l.llieise,, *IV-
"Thc sttite suprciHccourl has rendered
what practically is 11 Iiiiiii deeisiun in
tin- cell liriilcd liiiiiiiniiir estate cuse.
An order ol the superior cur; which
prevented Iheilistribuliuii oi tin estute
ol niilliiinnire Alexin der Dunsiuuir is
tu lied, and the priibalc nl  the will,
which lell Ilu- bulk ul tho properly to
In* brother, Junius |)iinsinuir,will m,w
l„- ciinipleted. ruder Ihis lu'esl decision ol the tii-iromc coitrl Edna
Wallace Hopper and other clniuiunls
will not r live the share ol ihe estute
lot which Ihey have contended
Social and Personal |
Business Locals.
E. A. Ilaggcn.ol the M in.-Iii hai.u,
and Mrs. Haggen, returned from 11
trip lo Winnipeg last night.
Bruce A. L.iwson In- hoi 11 gu a Ited
11 Justice ol llie 1'iiic, il lor I
I'i,,vine,- ol liritish 1
Nothing better than  "Our Special."
Aiicitlior stock ol Jelly I'owdors, ull
llavor.s, IOc. per pkg. tit 0. 11. Hume k
Co',*.
Just received a Ircslt shipment of
McConnick's biscuits ol all kinds at
C. II. Iluinc & Co's.
For the latest designs in American
and Canadian wall paper.* sec II. llowson & Co's new stuck.
Miss .Inini, teacher ,,f violin, piano
and step (lancing, apply at resilience
ul Mrs, Kiniberloy, Fourth Sheet.
I'ciinu! Butter—thit is something
mu lor sandwiches, sold in bullies for
IOc. nt C. ll. Hume iv Co's,
You can still have a package ol
Malta Vita free on buying a pound ot
Ting Ling Tea, or No, I Coll'ec at
Bourne Bros.
It, llowson k Co. have jusl received
another shi| int ol wall paper.   Call
and *ee their varied .-lock before milking you .-election,
A pound of Totley's Indian und Ceylon lea at if 11111.'rn- Folger's llolden
(lute Ctylun Tea at 75c will plcuso the
mosl exacting palate, and the est
when figured by the cup is very small,
Bourne Bros,
The largest und most 1 ipleto stuck
I Single Harness in the province,
ranging in price from "M'Lf'O, $15.00
.f|,;.,ii $18.00 per Belt  and unwinds.
1 Team Harness Ir $28.01) $10.00.
(Ill, ifHu.OO, $38.1)0 and up. Com-
pletc per set.—I). C. McLaren, the
Saddler nf Kamloops.
|). Mule,lm, representing the Great
Wesl Loan A Savings Company was
in town this week.
H.Trueslor has arranged to supply
milk to the I'ciidentB ol Arrowhead
from his iiiiiclie up the river.
James Durhridge, or Beaton, was in
town Tuesday.
Messrs. Reid & Young are unload-
Jjl j lug u cur of lumber purchased Irom
*4wMF I tlia Arrowhead Lmnliei Company,
^Afciuitli which they will extend their
store hcic.
The Maple Leaves, ol this town, woo
another victory last Saturday evening,
ln the six contests in which these
howlers have taken part, they have
not yet lound their equal, Their next
mutch will he played next Saturday
evening with a team of Uncle Sum's
boys.
I have an excellent variety      . ■ ■
hard preserving ami shipping Btraw-
l„ rrics nf my own developmenl   n my
gr I-.   Orders for spring planting
promptly Idled in  - is, 11      !'::,■•■   $tJ
!„ r I"" pi ml-    *] ; ll rates foi   irgi
Try  a  few  grafting scion
Mrs. nnil Mi** Mcl.ennai                                -,       ,        Edi 11"  lluldei
dauglitci   oi   Mr    I.  1'. Mcl.coi -■ 11      rims *.,:-   --   '     ""■ n will Iw taken 11 ring the
arrived  Monday lo make tin i:      '   k'   l! '
HE QUIT WHITEWASHING
to-morrow  evening in   tl
I I  .i M ,   , IM
WAY OUT WEST.
Tonight at the opera hniise the Mol-
ruse St"ck Company will appeal' in
the three act cnineily draniii, "Wny
Out, West," under the auspices uf thc
I. A. uf M. The cast will he us follows:
lost- Sugui'ii W. A. Clumbers
Col. Lawton  Hubert Tnllnu
Capt. 1*11111 Wyhcrl Fred Burke
Judge Jereinhili Biggs.       Curl Kidd
Lieut. Cadwalliuler.... Thus. Hudson
Corporal Casey      C. 1), Palmer
Johnnie Banks Ins. Melrose
Bella Begum.  Miss Edivina Muciiivcn
Grace Lawtun  Mrs. 1!. 8. Tongue
Minnie Bunks Mrs. Jos. M< lroso
Mrs. Biggs.      .Mrs. B, E. McKitriok
Unusual care has been taken wilh
this pcrloriuanco as Mr. Melrose intends making Ihis, the second appearance ,,l thc Melrose Stuck Company,
one nl the dramatio events of tlie season. Specialties will be introduced
between the acts and at the conclusion
of the performance a sociil dance will
he held.
CHURCHES.
Human CATHOLIC—A mission will
I,,- preached by an experienced He-
deinplioiiist in the Catholic Church
Irom April Slli until Easter Sunday.
Morning service at S ,,'clock; evening
service ut 7:30.
St. Axdkew'—The children ol Si.
Andrew's Sunday Scl I will repent
•1. Operetta " Grand I'a's Birthday"
church,
BUSTER
BB,0"W"jST
Wbitg, Red, Hrown and Blnck.   The Latest Shape -50c. Each.
BELTS
I-oiir-iii-l lands,
New Spring Silks.
NEW  NEOKWEAR   FOR  MEN
•'lowing   End   and   Sitings,  in  all the shades of the
SHOES'
SHOES!
SHOES!
For men, women and children. You will lind our slock one of the best
assorted in town. Men's Shoes made by Geo, A. Slater and Keith, in Oxlords,
Hals., Blucher and Congress- Tan or Black.
EMPRESS  SHOES  FOR WOMEN
These are known to he the most comfortable and best wearing thoc on the
market.    We have llieni at $2.50, $,',.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00.
KING  QUALITY  SHOES
For Ladies, Misses, Boys and Children, are a good, sensible make, thai
will stand lots of hard wear and sell at reasonable prices. Conic and let 11*: lil
vou wilh a pair.
MCLEisrnsr^LN- & co.t
Miss Ilclme is at the Old Stand Ready for Work.
A.   McXab, c. 1'   1;   -
undergnni        iccei erul
tie- Y.me,,liver   hospil ll I
and is doing wi II
In ,- nnecti ui ivith *-  I'i -
\|, jd    , ■  Sibbii ;  I  -   .
hav,    -. ■ -     ipp   ■ '- -:
1'iu- m lil :
,,ii Mi*. I'm;, i- - lawn un il
nn Monday adorn  >i   M -
Dunne,    retiring   p
\   Mid
■
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■
CORRESPONDENCE.
A Lost Opportunity.
Billet Miu.lliaiii.ii.
Silt,—Has it over struck you luw
inconsistent Hevelslokc, peuplo uie'.'
We have been supporting a Board
ol Trade lor many yiars. Lust year
wc organized a Tourist Associiition
which received 11 grant ol $"200 from
the public luiiils. This spring the
Fish and Game Protection Association
wns formed und are selling tickets to
rnise foods Incut trails, stock streams,
s„w wild rici.ctc. All this is being
dono to advance the interests ul the
distiict und make it attractive tu the
tourist and sportsman.
On Monday one ol the must distinguished purties ol toiirisls thut Iuib
ever visited our country passed
through our town slaying here for
twenty minutes and nut a delegation
Irom our City Council or uny ol the
above named associations bo mixious
tu advertise us. wailed on the party,
or tried lo distribute the slightest,
scrapni information about the district.
While the party themselves were not
slaying off hert they will be meeting
tourists nnd sportsmen all over the
world and could easily have done a lot
of good advertising for us had they
been properly met and interested.
Revelstoke lust 11 golden opportunity, and I venture to say the party
Consists  Mainly   in   Good Ad-  met  here  the coolest reception tbey
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_ P. BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.   '
IIKAI) OKl'lllR: CauiAiiv, AiaiiaiiA.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
I'nili I',„!.,-,- mul lirnli'is iii Live Stuck,   Murki-ls in all Uu- nriiii'lpiil llltlua ami
Tuiiiis uf Allieria. llrlllsli Cnliiiiiliiii uiul lit,, Vitknn.  Puckers nl tin, (litli'liraU'tl Itmiiil
_   - liii|>,-i'it,,r " lliiins .,ii<l llat'oii, an,I Sllatlirtiek llriinit. L,<:,( Luril. _
AWNINGS
Now Ihal brighl spring days are coming in, tu be followed liy Ihe heat
of summer ymi wanl tu keep your stores nml bouses I uml ctiiufol'tahle,
The best Way In ilu Ibis is In secure awnings fur yum- windows, und
iinlcr theni from
L.   A.  FRETZ,
First Street.
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS
l'\ir nil kiniN nf up-ln-diilc ami rclialili* fuitiiliii'i'
ami hniiHC furnishings gu lu
R. Howson & Co., Furnishers
eel    " The Frincett s great
1,     postponed  trom   la*t  Sunday
.. discussed in Si.  An-
rew's pulpit mi Sunday evening next.
BUSINESS SUCCESS
A  II. lie    ■ ; E Edn .- Is lell   usl
Yermu    B C,  as -:■ .-  I'd'   -'• ■ d    	
.,-- •   the Ii •■-. r Band \-- cial   .      ";- '
- the ]    .  -   : .   .-.. ng a        ot|                lident nt thd
the dillerenl g the coming! apprecinl 	
.       .-    ,-. tin    intern      ■   trj   Dunne haa I the Guild
- I p.- ., .- : -  .-- ■ tel      I'. Burns v
1;- .■ 1st, ,.-   -   -
..,    ..,.....-.-..: ,
l; ■ :
etch       between Mont
..     : ■     .-. vice will th i- li
--,:.- r than last sum- '       '
ntiime I 	
" '' :     '   "        -;-■■•- _0
pA I E.N I a ,
n iv     1 ---.■•,' ■ -ielkirk   I
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
receive   Irom   the
Atlantic.
Pacific    to   the
Yours, etc,
A ClTIZKN.
vertising.
• - ■ •,, • ,. Jiiec-ss ill the
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■ •   :
,1 1 thriving
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.'.      M     ■      ■       .        -,   'lie fill-
I -'.'- -I Id
WA young or_ middle-aged, lo ncj, as
Urauges, lemons, applet, lettuce, and
ni-,,»regular supply ol halibut and
kippered herring at 0, B. Hume k Co.
W A N T KI)
/ANTED   An   energetic   woman.
s- n .,• I,as not yet 1
..........................
! MUSIC
Moiintui e inl
ing that he  is  ,1
led    n,,,
M M        iB    II
Registered Pateni Attorney
VANCOUVER   B   '.
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i.- tin
.   .,,      ear and
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the p
and        try an
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,     Ploatet every  smoker   Iho
•  Vuelta.
A |,-u .\, A Sol .
I;-, isand Dance folios
have been put in sim k.
Anything you want in
tho music lin,- we ,vill
get it for you it nut in
.lurk.
Red Cross Drug (o.
YOU RE THE DOCTOR
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" '1 hr 1 'ni'iii    1 ;.- ir
'1.,, ,'■ s I'i'-Ii una
(irandii I I'Tiii.u,',, ) (( amelii
Mclichrino ' i^arcttc,
Nestor 1 ijrarettcs
BROWN'S   CIGAR
Tol. 96                          GOOD   GOODS
1 ,,    for il„- nu tic)
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for   di
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'a . ,1 pat l;,r.,i-
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1   ,,!,■    , ,      I ...
I* yum iidvertisoiiii nl  in ,...u local
paper?   II not, il should Le     With ,,
■ ilation Me- [itpei is prepared
.,,   ,, tu mli...   tn .    ..I . mi-, r   in  its
- nl m   n  bountiful harvetl    iller
ehaiiti tdvertise ,1, Llinir town paper
I,,-;,,1 , Ihoy kte.-.v from tixpericucd
ilu- prompl .iml enriching result-
ubtniuiiblc. Hi 01 lie- wiin nml net.
trade by advertising.
tgenl.   Lilii'i'id  coiumisslon.   Apply
al thi* Office.
W\ NT ED   A  young lady for
general house work,   Apply al
till-   Olliee.
WWI'Kli  Chemist and  Assayei'
1 1   lai-ge  gold priipusilinn iu
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., th   application,   Must hnve
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THE MOLSONS BANK
liii'iU'lHirali'il liy Act nf Pntlilliiioiit, ISJJ.
DEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. Miii.ron MaoI'iikksiix, Pics. 8. II. UWINU, Vice-I'res.
,L\Mlis ELLIOT, (ieneral Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything in way of hanking business transacted without unnecessary delay.
Interest credited twice u year nt current, rates on Savings Hunk
deposits,
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Revelstoke, B. C.
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Keep in touch with this store,
Sir, and you won't have to take
what you can get, but you'll get
what you want. Business is
now at flood tide and that
means large choice, and with
that choice you don't pay a
copper more than the article is
actually worth. We have everything in Men's and Boys' Tog
gery. When it is a question of
up to date Men's and Boys' wear
COME   HERE
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