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Array BEST
SARSA PARI LLA
(with Iodide or I'litoi-siiin J
The heat nil round blood purifier nnd
Rprlng modlofno
100 Doses 100 Cents
WALTER BEWS,Phm.B.
The Mail-
EXTHEME  VAI.I'E        A
PURE  CASTILE  SOAP
25   Cents   Largo   Bnr
BEWS' DRUG STORE
VoL 12.-No. 54
REVELSTOKE.
B. C.
'^RUARY 28,
iim
$2.50 Por Year
Hail
Order
Uept.
C. B. Hume & Co.
Write
For
Samples
LIMITED.
DEPARTMENT-STORE.
Teas and Coffees
Iu all our groat. Grocery
SlOre Ihere is no stock We pride
ourselves on more than our Ten
and Coffee stuck. We make it
a point tn have almost everything that enn he asked lor and
that at a reasonable price.
Rend the following list; you
must he interested :
Mocha and .lava (1 ifl'ee -.. ..IOc. per Ih,
Our 0. 0. Cotl'ee 45c. per Iii,
Our. Extra Good Coffee    40c. per Ib,
Chase's Sanhnurne Coffee 1 lb. Tins 15c.   2 lb. Tins ilOc.
Bourbon Cotl'ee, (French Blended).. 1 Ib. Tins 45c.   2 Ih. Tins 90c.
Planter's Coffee 1 Ib, Tins 45c.
Blue Ribbon Coffee lib. Tins 45c.   2 lb. Tins Otic
Postum Coffee Large Packages 25c.   Small Packages, 15c.
Ram Lai's Tea (IOc. per lb,   fi lbs. for $2 50
Five O'Clock Ten 50c. per lb.   5 lbs. (or.lf2.25
Ben Hur Tea 40c. per1 Ib.   5 lbs. [or |1.75
Blue Ribbon Tea 50c. per lb. Packages
Salada Tea 40c. a od 50c. per lb.
Indian and Ceylon Ten (Our Blond) . ,5oo, per Ib,   5 lbs. for |5 25
Woodcraft Ton, in hulk  115c. per Ih.
Our 20c. per lb. Tea is the besl value in the Cily.
Van Houtcn's Cocoa 1-4 lb. Tins 20c.   1 2 lb. Tins 35c.
Fry's Cocoa 1-2 I ,. Tins 20c.
Bovril 4 ok. Unities (15c. 2 m. Bottles 35a
Johnson's Fluid Beef '. 1602, Bnlllc fl.OU
Johnson1! Pasle  I oz. Tin 50c.   2 nt, Tie llllc.
WHEN A MAN LEAVES
OFF HIS OVERCOAT
He feels the need of a New Suck Suit,
There are many little points of difference that distinguish
this yeur'B Style from the one in vogue lust Autumn.
It is by comparing the 20lh CICNTllliY BRAND of Men's
Fine Tailored llarnienta with the ordinary kind of lleadyto-
Wear Clothing that you Bee just bow much theso "little points
of difference " mean.
If you aim to bo well drawee], thoy mean much to you.
If you realize their importance, you will be quick to appreciate the now single-breasted Suits wo are offering at from
$15.00 to $25.00.
DIvESSMAKINU AND MILLINERY-SECOND FI.OOII.
C.B. Hume & Co., Ltd
DEPARTMENT  STORE.
TUBERCULOSIS
Convention Held to Consider
Lessening Disease.
At Viet..!in last week a Convention
was held to discuss the best menus uf
reducing tiibi-rcolusis.
FT, Floyd, oily olork ol Revelstoke.
said Revelitoke wa* heartily In sympathy With the work of the soeiely in
endeavoring to secure funds [or n
sanitarium, uud now thut such wns
within measurable distance ol accomplishment and so Hint the nssociiilion
might be properly empowered to carry
on the work be offered Uu- following
resolution :
" Resolved, that Ihe executive arc
hereby authorized hy the association
to appoint, whenever necessary, a
provisional board of directors, who
shall be entrusted with tlie conduct
and management of the sanitarium,
when the same is established, pending
the appointment ol a permanent
board."
Mr. Floyd's motion was seconded by
W, T. Holtby ol Armstrong, who
briefly addressed the meeting as being
heartily in support of the movement
POLITICAL,
T. Taylor, M, P. P., at a Conservative Meeting at Vancouver.
At a Conservative meeting at Vancouver Saturday, T. Taylor, M.P.P.,
for Revelstoke, was the lirst speaker.
He said the finances of the Government were in such shape when the
McBride Government assumed power
that it-was almost impossible to
borrow money at an ordinary rate of
interest.    All this had been changed,
The Finance-Minister, Hon. II, (I.
Tatloiv, had stated that ibis year tlie
surplus will amount to $225,001), That
in itself might not be thought ol
much importance were it not thai
previous lloveiininents hnd lelt the
deficits referred to. The Finance
Minister ol thepreeont administration
by his businesslike methods, ami his
care and energy, was entitled very
largely to the credit of this result. In
order to briug about the improvement
in finances it was necessary for the
Government to introduce certain
legislation which might, for a moment
appear to he more or less unpopular
But it, should not have been the duty
ol this Government to introduce that
legislation, The legislation should
have been introduced years ago. He
justiihd the action of the Govern ment
in placing nn export duty on logs.
Mr. Taylor nlso dealt with the
wonderful progro-s of the mining
industry, announcing that last year's
output was valued nt $21,^)7,000.
W. Bowser, M P.P., and Hon.C.
Wilson, nlso addressed Hie meeting
and defended the. Kaicn Mind deal.
.1.1, Beck with has been chosen liy
the Conservatives ol Victoria to oppose tbe election ol Hon. W, Temple-
mnn.
POLICE COURT.
At the Police Court on Monday,
before II. Gordon, .1. P., P. Mason wns
sentenced to three months' Imprisonment for vagrancy.
On Tuesday 11. Fleming wns charged
with being accessory to the theft of
tools and supplies Irom C. Leonard's
cabin across the river. C. Erikson
gave evidence as to purchase o[ some
ol the tools [nun "Oattlar." G, S.
McCarter appeared to prosecute for
the city and J. M. Scott delonded. Tho
Court reserved its decision till today.
T. M, Chrlstendon was charged with
stealing an overcoat the property of
II. Molander, Irom the Central hotel.
He sold the coat to a Cliinnman for
$1,50. G. S. McCarter prosecuted on
behalf ol the city and accused wns
sentenced to a month's Imprisonment
iu Kamloops gaol,
The Chinaman was charged with
purchase of stolen property and asked
a remand till today.
Fred Ibbotion ("Cassiar") and Robert Fleming on the charge ol entering nnd stealing tools and supplies
from C. Leonard's cabin west of Columbia river, were each sentenced today to one year's imprisonment in
Kamloops gaol.
W. McGec was charged with stealing
a watch Irom the Central hotel, and
was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment. The charge against a Chinaman for receiving stolen goods was
dismissed.
FIRE!!
W, Morris's House Was Badly
Damaged on Monday.
un Monday forenoon Ihe broke out
in W. Morris's house, opposite Ihe
Court, House, II, Cook was [uissine,
und saw thoimnko He ul onco rang
in nn iiliiihi and got ,1 P. Smith, who
was driving past at Hie lime, In hike bis
sleigh lo No. I Eire Hull nnd get tbe
hose. Meantime Mr. Cook lind also
given the alarm at the Enterprise
Brewery. Messrs. Holten, Downs and
three or four others rushed up to the
house and with oilier assistance got
out the furniture on the ground lloor
and some clothing and bedding Irom
upstairs. Meantime tho hose arrived
with Messrs. W. W. Lc Fornix, Green
and J. Bradley, and they did splendid
service pending tho arrival of the
other members of the Brigade. Chief
C. Abrahamson was in bed at the time,.
but was promptly on the scene, and
handled thc lire so well that while the
house seemed at one time ns i[ it
would bo wiped out, the firemen succeeded in confining the fire to tlie
upper lloor of the building. F. II.
Wells, S. Needham, Levesque and
others did splendid work.
Thc lire hud made rapid headway
belore the arrival of the Brigade and
the upper portion ol the house wns
gutted.
Thc success with which the lire was
extinguished was a splendid tribute to
Ihe city water supply,
Mrs. Morris and Miss McLean lost
considerable of their personal effects,
which were in the upstairs rooms
when the lire broke out. The loss is
covered by insurance.
BAD ACCIDENT
Lumberman Has Back Broken
While working fir the Vale-Columbia Company at Burton yesterday,
Walter Simpson bud bis hack broken.
He bad been chopping a tree whin a
branch broke off, and hitting him nn
the head, knocked him down. The
tree then fell uu top of him, breaking
his back. He was brought up to tl.e
Revelstoke Hospital lust night. The
lower part ol the body is paralyzed.
LUMBERING.
G. M. Amiable, of Moosejaw, has
sold his timber limits at Violin Lake
to 10. Euley, (.!. Yokey. Rufiis Smith,
Michigan lumbermen, who will erect
nt Trail a mill ciipahle ul cutting 40,0110
feet a day,
A meeting ol the Mountain Lumbermen is being held at Nelson today
when it is understood Ihe scale ol
will hi raised. 0. F. Lindmark, ol
the Kevelstoke Sawmill Company,
lelt yesterday to attend the meeting.
THE MINES.
Lead has mule another drop and
uguin (bans on the Dominion bounty
lo lho extent ol 86 cents a ton.
Ibe (how's Nest Coal Co. will mine
a million tons of coal this year, or
2(10,11110 t us more than last year.
A. McMillan, of Winnipeg, bus been
granted a Canadian patent Ior nn invention tor welding copper. It is a
chemical device, and was accidentally
discovered by n Manitoba blacksmith
while making experiments.
Seven new shippers aro added to
Uu: Slocan and Nelson llsls.
F, A. lleinzo has bonded copper
properties in Buckley Valley for
$5,000,01)0.
—-. • sj> . .—
WEDDING.
Turcott-Lepard.
At the Methodist Church on Monday altornooii there was celebrated by
Rev. Mr. Hange, the marriage of
Charles Tureott, formerly with the
Bowman Lumber Company, and Miss
Mildred Lopard. Miss Dolly Price, of
Coniaplix, was bridesmaid and Mr.
Rooo was best man, A (tor the ceremony tho wedding breakfast luuk
plaeo at P. Turcott'a residence on
Filth Street, lo the evening a social
time was held, members ol the local
lodge ol Woodmon attending and presenting the bride and bridegroom with
a handsome wedding gift, A number
ol other nice presents wero received.
1'ho newly wedded couple will take up
their residenco at Three Valley.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Balfour Re-Elected Germany
and France Chinese Massacre Missionaries —Salvation Army Emigrants—Fatal
Fire A Disgraceful Race
Fight.
Loniiox, Feb. 28—Balfour v.iseleel-
for the City yesterday hy a majority
ol 11,340 ever Capt. Thomas Gibson
Howies, free trader, who hnd support
of tho Liberals,
A report from Berlin that Gormany
is willing lo make concessions to
Morocco if France will jiold something, ctiinbinod with the announcement Irom St. Petersburg that ltussia
is exerting every influence to preserve
the world's peace, has given rise to
more optimism regarding success at
Algeciras.
Reports from Pekin say fourteen
survivors of the Nanchang massacre
hnvo reached the const in safety, Thc
nuissncrea were engineered hy a sub-
prefect of Niincbiing, who invited the
missionaries' to a baritiuet, After
dining he withdrew and committed
suicide. This act, in the Chinese
eyes, necessitated vengeance nnd ten
missionaries were slain.
Since January 1st the Salvation
Army bus hooked u thousand emigrants Ior Canada. They will sail
tomorrow.
Hiit.Mixii'iiA.M, Ala., Feb, 28— Six
men were killed and twelve badly
injured by an explosion in Little (!a-
hubii Mine, No. 2, sixly miles from
here.
Vancouver, Feb. 2H,—in discussing
the street ends case, which the Privy
Council yesterday decide,I in favor of
the Cann lian Pacific, the company's
qlliciiils intimate that convenience of
the public will be fully considered,
although Vancouver has been cut off
from Hm nnd Inlet,
Valparaiso, Feb. 28,—Fire started
in a theatre in Santiago when the hall
was half crowded. In the panic that
ensued, lour persons were killed, three
are missing and many were hurt. Thc
hull was destroyed.
Si'itixi:iii:i.n, Ohio, Feb. 28.—There
was a racial battle nil night, und when
morning dawned the while iniih had
destroyed six negro houses, one saloon
and diimitgid several others. No lives
were lost.
PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE.
Victoria, B, 0,, Feb. 28.—Before
the Kniiii Island Commission yesterday, Jitnies Anderson admitted lie hnd
signed nn agreement with Morse Hint
the (I. T. P. was lo pay Mr. P. Luiscn
$40,000 for services in securing a
terminus bul tho agreement wa* after-
wards destroyed, Mr. Larson saying
Unit he did not want anything. A
telegram was received frum Mr. Morse
asking to be excused from attendance
wing In prcssillO ol business.
In the House I bo bill to glvo 800,000
iiorcs lo ibe Ciiliiinbiii nud  Western,
passed I be first lending.
W. C. Wells nUiickcd Ihe Premier
for refusing aid In Ihe Koolniuiy Central, saying be bail violated hi* pledget.
Ellison's bill lm- extermination uf
wild horses passed ils second rootling.
Tlie eleelion deposit bill |iassed the
third reading.
The municipal clauses not was ro-
commended to the House hy llm
municipal committee.
Oliver's motion providing only candidates receiving hull the voles polled
be elected, und oancolllllg $2011 fundi-
utes deposit, wns ilelenled, the Socialist members voting against it.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Gold Range Lodge No. 20. Iv. ol P.
will hold n Hull Cull to , imi ul I'
thc'l2ud anniversary ol the Order ol
Knights of Pylhiiis, to-night, (Wednesday, Feb. 28th). A lull attendance
is requested.
G.   II.   Illllll'K,
EC. of R. A s.
Spring, the season when nature puts
on its new dress, Let your distant
[riendu see what you look like in your
lovely pli,,los at Trueinan's Studio.
Howsou's stock taking luriiiturc A
carpet sale is u leader.
Bourne Bros.
Dealers  in   Groceries.   Hardware,   Stoves,
Harness, Hay Flour Peed, Etc.
Our sales of QUAKER BRAND canned fruits
.mil Vegetables increase daily. They are the only first
grade canned goods in Revelstoke and people will have
them.
Brandon Flour $2.75 per 100 lbs,
Creamery Butter in bulk, 28c. per Ib.
Try Our 40c. Teas and Fresh Ground Coffees.
MCKENZIE AVE., REVELSTOKE
E.  J.  BOURNE,
Boots and Shoes, Men's Furnishings.
Ready-Made Clothing.
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
(,.ipitiil Authorized, KW0,W)   Capital Paid Up, $3 MrMjUO.   Ilest, $3 jHOMO,
Head OHic'i!, Tokonto, Ontakio.
JJIlmnclins in tlm Northwest Territories, llanttoba- Ontario and Wiir-boc.
Ami tho following points in Hriti-li Columbia: Cranbrook, Gulden,
Nelson, HovoUtoke, Trout Lake. Arrowhead, Vancouver uud Victoria.
T. li Mbkbitt. President.        D. K. WlLKlB, Vice-Pre-ident nmi Gonera! Maimuor.
E. Hay, Asalstau^Qenaral Manager.   \Y. HofFAT, Cbiof hu-pector.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C—A General Banking Business Transacted
Savings Department  Deposits Kecoivod ami Interest Allowed.
Draft* sold available in all parts of' lanada, Dotted Sinter ami Borope.
ripnoial attention uivon tu collections. A. B. I'iiuts. Mumper
THE MOLSONS BANK
lucor[mnued hy Act of Parliament, 1855.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. Molson MAt'i'iiEitstiN, Pies. s. II. Ewruo, Vice-Pres.
.Iamks Kt.i.t.iT, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything in way of banking business transacted without unnecessary delay,
Interest credited twice a year at current rate* on Savings Bank
deposits. 	
W. II. PRATT, Malinger,
I'iKVKI.STOKK,  B." 0.
*VVVV\W»\\Wk**SV/**kA*Vl**»N^
StockTakingCash Sale
To reduce our larjje stock we will give most
LIBERAL DISCOUNTS FOR LASH
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T'pvTT^Ts.TTTTTTTTWTTWyv,
ALUMINUM GOODS AT COST'
Have  von overlooked our offer ,,f  Englith   Enamelled
andStcel Wan-:-    Ulour *i,.,-k of ALUMINUM GOODS,
SAUCEPANS, TLA KETTLES,,olc.
Ho you Ihink thai we advertise''thit inci-eh nubs,' nt COll
"lily lo brim; v Inlo Iho Store mul sell at  llm tamo old
in i.i-:-   SOT A HIT!   COME IX AND SEE II
Whon wi- say- tolling al cost, ive mean at cost,
Every tnorchnnl  ovetslocks in   lonie lines  anticipating
larger business, nnd wc havo a nuniboi ol enamelled ami
steel Saucepans, Tea Keltic* and Uiunlliuiu Kit,-ben t'ten-
sllswhich iitii*i pi to miiki-1,,,,ni l"i New spiin^- Goods,
During our Stock-Taking Season theso goods will I,,' offered
nl Con I'i iie.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Ji Mall Orders Promptly attended to,       P.O. Box 181.       it
■>-H> -fr^-frfr^ft-frcHHfrcHi it ili ifr $ iii it i|i i|i $*.
f^V «/%*%%« %%%%%% %% vvv% vt%%-»« V%. VI t>* 1
' P. BURNS   &   COMPANY,    LIMITED.
BEAD UU UK:   ('IIJ.A)IV.    VIMIIIITA.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
PorkParton mil li.-i].,. i„ tire Stock   Marked in ill tbe principal Cities ami
I".,,,,, ,,f Alberta, BritUli Colombia aihl till Yakou,   Packers ol thi  Cslabratad Hri'iul
A   ' ltii|„ i <i,.t ■ lt.,i„- ,,,IJ|.   -i   ,,sl *li,,m ,-i, llr-uiil, I,. ,f l.inl
*%%%vvv3 THE MA'tL-flElULD, REVEIaSTOKK B.C
Constructed on the broadest and mosl advanced idcasaiul
nitli all the perfection of conslriiclioiial detail
=* NORDHEIMER
PIANO
Is recognized lo-ilai a.* ilifimisietil Klmulard of Ca.11.uht, possessing .-is
it does, foithires mul» haracteristit's, wulorseil nol onl)' hy iiiuVicinii.H eveiy-
where, but all persons ol un prejudiced mnsieal tibilily who inslunlly ivt'ouf-
nize iii exqnh re . i tlii is and [five ii llieii' minlmled praise,
,. For jiurilv of tone and power,, eomliined with a perfeel action and
poetical touch, ihe NORDHEIMER PIANO in disliiufiiishcd lo an
exceptional degree. Can be had foi* a very lit lle more lhnn Ihe so many
inferior makes that are being sold in this city. Von may own ono of Ihoso
pianos bj iktng ■- small pa. menl down ami the balam c on tonus lo suil,
Calf or write lo the Agents lor Kastern liritish Columbia,
I At rOKY   TORONTO.
REVELSTOKE WAREROOMS, FIRST STREET,
REVELSTOKE INSURANCE AGENCY LTD., SOLE AGENTS
PUBUSHKD WKDNESDAV   \SD SATURDAY AT
REVELSTOKE. B.C.,
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Incluilngpo^togo to England, United Stnixi
Br the rear [through postoftlec]
Half	
Quarter '
1.60
I.IK)
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Legal notices 10 ccnta per line flr-t insertion,
5 cenu pur line each subBcnuenl Insertion,
Measurement. Konpariel [1- lines make one
inch]. Store and general business announcement*. $2.50 por inch por month.
Preferred positions, 2*5 por cent, additional, Births, Marriagos and Deaths,
50c. each insertion. All advfrtlaouiontd
subject to tho approval ot the management.
Wanted and Condensed Advertlsements:-
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Situations
wanted. Situations Vacant. Teachers
Wanted. Mechanic- Wanted. In words or
leas 25c., each additional lino 10 emits.
Changes In standing advertisements must
be In by 9 a. m. Tuesday and Friday of
each week to socnro Kood display.
JOB PRINTING promptly executed at reasonable rates,
TKRMS Cash, Subscriptions payable in ad;
vance.
CORRESPONDENCE invited on matters ol
public interest. Communications tu Kdi-
tor must be accompanied hy name of
writer, tint necessarily for publication, but
as evidence of good faith, Correspondence
-hould be brief.
1)
R.  MOHKISOX,
DENTIST,
OPK1CK 1
THK NEW LAWliKNCK BLOCK,
Mi-lii-nzii- Avi-ini,'.
ft
ARVKY, McOABTER
AND l'lNKUAM,
BABMSTER8, SliLK'lToHS, ETO.
Omens : iMi-Kitm.  Bask Hlock,  ItKVKL-
BTOKI, 11. 0,
Motley to loan.
Offices: Revtlttoke, B. Ci Kon Bteelo, H. 0,
Bso. 8, McCiRTBR,
A. M, l'lNKUAM. J. A. llAHVKV,
Revelsloke, H. O, Fori Steele, 11.0.
s
J. M. Scot! I.L.H. W. 1. Brlffis,
I'OTT  AND  BRIGGS
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
Money to Loan
.      SOLICIT'lUS.Kl Hi MllLSOXS BANK
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
E
DWARD A. HAGGEN,
Mining Engineer,
(Mem. American Institute Mining Engineers)
Canadian Mining Institute,)
REVELSTOKE, B. O,
Examination of and report;- on Mineral Pro
pertieaa Specialty.
Agent for Canadian Metal Company, buyers
of zinc ores.
Financial Assistance given owner- and pros"
peetors to operate aud develop
approved properties,
tbe it)ail4)evalb
green isle is recognised as a veritable
bulwark ol the United Kingdom as
well as of the Empire,
THE UNIVERSITY BILL.
Wc have no sympathy with tlie
opposition to the University Uill before
the legislature this session. The oiler
of Mugill University to enlablish a
college in the province should be
universally welcomed, Mugill is the
best and most up-to-date eduoational
institution in Canada. In mining,
engineering, and medicine particularly
it has a world-wide reputation, and
the opening of an affiliated college at
Vancouver cannot Inil to have an important, bearing on the scientific
education of the young men ul liritish
Columbia, and through theni on the
development ol the natural wealth of
the province.
The city ol Nelson has taken a
creditable and progressive stand in
tho organization ofa Twenty Thousand
Club, by whioh we presume is mount
a membership pledged to ineroaso the
population ul Nelson to 20,01111. Nelson occupies an inviting position and
wc hope to sec the object oi the Club
realised
The victory of Paul Vorvillc, labor
candidate, over L. O, Girotlo, tbe liberal nominee, lor the Maisa ncuve
seat, rendered vacant by the ihe death
of the late Hon. H. Prolontaine, would
appear to indicate that Canada may
follow the lead of the mother country
in the increase of labor representation,
" I would . . . earnestly advise them lor
ell good to order nil- paper io bo punctually
■•erved up, anil to Is.- iool-e,! upon u- a partol
•      -.-i ,-..;,.■■ .      AM'l-iV.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY28,1900
THE IRISH PROBLEM,
The intimation ol tlie Bannerman
Government, that it is their intention
toeitend self-government to Inland,
is a remarkable juttification ol tbe
foresight ol the lateW E. Gladstone
in adopting a home rule policy :' r
that important tection ol the British
I lie*. Iriihmen have l*en e.xp, lied
Irom their home land tt rebels, only
to pr- v.- -tars ol empire In their
able government ol tbe colonies where
they have made their hornet, Such
have olientimes been knighted, tnd
otberwiie honored by their sovereign,
f,,r the splendid public tervlcet they
have rendered, These men were not
rebels, but had only fought for that
recognition of individual and nttional
right   which   every   lover of freedom
endorses, Ireland has given the Empire some ol her greatest statesmen
The Iriih people have an intense
attachment to their toll, and the depopulation ol Ireland by enforced
emigration has been one ol the blackest blots oi) the British escutcheon,
The King of England ha* recognised
more than most men what llritniii
owes to her brave Irish soldiery and
has been most active in extending to
Ireland the olive branch of pence. We
are of those win, believe that Inland
has brighter days thun over in storo,
and thai, under n liberal plan ol - If
government, Ireland will take on new-
new lilc, and progress, till the little-
NAKUSP.
From Our Own Correspondent,
Mrs ,1. lienelle and family are moving to Moyie, 11. C,
,1. G. McDuugald arrived home from
Vancouver, where lie bus been (or some
time.
Jos. Goupelle. of Moyie, spent a few
days in town.
Mrs. Darker, of Kevelstoke, spent a
few days in town, tlie guest of Mrs.
Capt. Fraser.
Rev. D. K. Allan spent Monday last
at Burton,
Rev. Mr. Johnston, of Arrowhead,
held service in the English church on
Sunday last.
RAIt AND STEAMER.
(J. P. It. officials have been holding
another investigation into the circumstances attending the Notch Uill
wrick (ill the icprcsciitntioti nl some
ol the parlies involved.
II, C. Barker lelt Monday In Vancouver, T. More succeeding him us
olllc! despatcher here.
The O. P. R. are making nn early
start with their improvements ou permanent wny Ihis season. Arrange
inenls have already bteti made I" send
out the work-train this week to
start with the diversion nt Mountain
Creek.
It is stilled the C.P.R. will spend
$30,000 iu yard improvements ut
Kevelstoke this season
Extensive alterations ami- improve-
will be made In the C.P.R. shops at an
enily dale. These improvements will
include several new Inlhs, travelling
electric crane, new blacksmith shop,
and if the city does not put in power
the 0, P. K. will erect a power house
to supply electric energy for operating
their machine shop and lighting all
their buildings an I station.
The Money Saving
Work Saving Soap
That's Royal Crown kind-
made in Vancouver—Largest
Soap Factory west, of Winnipeg. House cleaning and
vviishingareeasy with its help.
And the money saving is the
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give for
Royal Crown Wrappers. Send
for it—Free—Also try the
Soap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C
WAH CHUNGS
Best Firewood in the City.
Shipment of Chinese Canaries just re,
ceiverj   Prloes from $2 to $5 each
FrontStpeet, Revelstoke
ASK YOUR  DEALER  FOR
"KURTZ'S PIONEERS"
"KURTZ'S OWN"
"SPANISH BLOSSOMS"
UNION    MADE    CIGARS
MANUFACTURED   IIV
Kurtz's Piotieerl'igar Factory
MS, Cordova St., W.
VANCOUVER. -   -   B. C.
FIELD.
From our own correspondent.
A quite wedding took place at the
manse on Monday evening Feb. 19th,
immediately niter the arrival ol the
tram from the west.    I'll Iltracting
partiej were Mr. Thomas Carey,son ol
Trainmaster Carey ol Field, nud Miss
Emily May Kenny, ol Golden. Tin
ceremony was performed by the resident minister, Rev .1. II. Miller, 11 A
Mi** Mildred Stewart wae brideimaid
ni,,I Mr I'. 11 Clarke was best man
Mr. and Mr*. Carey will reside in Field
ii- irge Melcklejohn, conductor on
the hill, nml Mn, Meicklejohn have
returned to town alter having spent a
couple ol months at Vancouver, Seattle
and other placet  on the const.   They
report having had a very pleasant
holiday.
Win. Adatnaon, who lost, his ivife a
lew weeks ago. has returned to Field,
and will take his engine again
The second ol the series of "At
Homes'' given I y the Ladies Aid of St,
Stephens Church will hike place Tuesday evening, March lith, in the liui'k-
ham hull.
Fur the boneflt ol men running Into
Field from the west it might be an-
noiinci'd that services are conducted
every Sabbath in the church at H
o'clock, Sunday school every Sunday
al 2.80,
Mr. nml Mrs. Jos, Newitt nre nicely
settled in their home.
Tenders for a Licenso to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands In thc Province
of British Columbia.
QEiLED TENDERS addressed to tbe Timber
0 ar.,1   Mil,,-   Branch,   L)eijartrn„nt    ,f   •(,,
Interior, and marked on Iheenvelope "Teoder
tor Timber Berth N.,. .'":    will berece i „i
this Department nnttl noon on ffed
-jstl, day of March, 1906, I, - *     -■   - -
Inrihnr  oo   K-r'li  So,  It.    • . lie
lbout Ton p Ji, K;,:..-e 2, -*s-i ol
tbe - ■' '■!■■- d i ■! . ore : irtii . irl. let
..- bed isfollovs        ..... ■-   -.
Halt! creek ibou    m -   .- '■        ie -     imb
Hirer, where   tid creel
rear boundary of T ll. S,,  -..    ihence ..   .
creel   mile        reel     lance sol
ea , J creek measured
......        .,.....-   .......
MM.,.
tare ni ■■■
ll ....   toder which      - e   - -
.-';,..!  , .    ■   ted forms ol tei lei
- Dei ,rtti i ,i,
atthe ,,i!i,-„ ,.' the ' rown Tin bi
-...., VVestn  :. :"r li '
Kncli tfl,i,i,-r mosl  be  iccomtiai i in
iccentst!     i   eons -■ irl I bank   n fa.nill
01 tiie Deputyol tbi M <   lei ,f lbs I -
f,,r the a  lui .....     .-.,-..    u|
spared t    ,.-...    en.*.
-  itertaineil
PRHLEi tl  KEYED,
Secretary,
Dei irtme     I      Int.
M':,r, ,    I-. ...
, KIIT1FH III. ol  llll'l.'o'. KM! NTM,
NOTICE,
,      let,   ui„.-Ml Claim.
Hitiinte ,,   in-.,-, i.ii,,. \ijiii,,L- nivi-i f
IViistl'      -     District,
■ ,  .        ,.,.i   \..,r tit, \.. ale. ■   .. i   . ■
Arrov, l,.,i-
Tak tii ii thai I, K,-i,,„-ti, I.. Bi
Ior tnnle Kolllliei -a.Iiiiiiimiiuov tor the estate
of e. it K,.||ii,,i ileceaseilj Special Pre. Mine-".
Cortlfleale Sn ,87S inten.l, lilt) tlavs lr,,m the
date hcrenf, l„ apply to tho Mining Reenrilei fur
,i,.-ri in. ite ol fmprni tuts In, the pnrposi   I
obtaining i Grown (Irani nf the alwvo claim,
A,„l fnrthet take itntli - tti it ictl, n ttn.1. i Hi
tlnti 87, must bo ,-',,iini,'ii, e,l before tn. Milan,
„f .ticli' ,-r,ill,-,ie ..I fmprovemenl
liio-.lihU l-'i(i".-„ili.|.i'. of February, I0OS,
liTN.VKTII l„ BOBNKT,
Saw Mill and Machinery For
Sale by Tender.
rriBNDERB will bo rocolved by tho undomlrn-
I   „,l up to rah March, 1906, for the purohait
nf the -liiiiKln „,„l -niiv mill bullrllngK Hnd ,„„■
rliMiiiry .,1 llrnnly rimek f,,nii„rly ownnU by
Prank Julian,
Tl,„ machinery consists „( flhlntlfl Macltinfl
111,,mi flollor „„,l Kiieitm II', h„r-o i„,w„r).
Filing Maoblao ,111,1 riirrinirn, and Maw with
iniioelinns, Flume and W„i„r Wheel.
Dated loth Pobrntry, 1906,
TO SUBSCRIBERS.
The Mail- 11 ikai.d will be delivered
In in y part ol llie cily, or mulled lo
any address within the postal union
for $'2.,r>l) per annum, payable In id-
vance, l he clubbing arrangement!
with other papers will remain in futcc
for ihoso who prefer to have their
Biibscripliilna Unit n.i:'.
FOR SALE
Good Sound Apples, at 85c.
per Box, Fit for Eating or
Cooking.   Apply to,
J. L WEBSTER, VERNON, B. C.
NOTICE
NOTICK i.s lioreliy given tlmi thirty days
iifturdutfi wn Intend In apply to llm Hun
Cliiuf Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
pocial licenso tn cut and carry away timher
from tlm fiilliiwinir'iiHcriiii'il Inndsi
I.  Commenolng at a tost planted about-two
iles went from Bauuook Point on Upper Ar
row Lake and marked "It. li. L. Co's BOUtliWSt
mer post," tnence north 80 ohains, tlience
wost »tl clmins, thenco south 80 chaius, tlionco
en-i 80 chains tn point of commer.coinont.
CoinmenoinK nt a post planted about
threo miles west from Uiinnnck Point on Upper
Arrow Lake and markod "B, H- L. Co's southeast corner ]>ost." thonco north 80 chains,
thenco west 80 chains, Ihenco south 80 chains,
thuuee oast no eh, ins in point of commence*
in out.
Feb. 2nd, 1906.
ml BIG BEND LUMBER CO., LTD.
NOTICE.
VTOTICE if? hereby given that, 30 days after
jy date,*I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special
license to cut and carry away timber from the
following doscrihed lands situntod on west
side of Upper Arrow Lako in Wost Kootenay
district:—
1. I'limini'ni'iii!: at n post marked "Robert
Sanderson's north cast comer," mid planted on a
blazed line running cast from Plnnton Creek and
crossing the divide about two miles west of Sanderson's lime kiln, thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence mirth 80 chains, thence
cast 80 chains to point of commencement,
2. Commencing at a post marked "It. s. south
cast corner," and planted aliout lo chains west i f
post described in lirst location, thenco north sn
chains, thenco west 80 cliiiins, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to point of com
mcnceiueiit.
Dated this 21st Hay nf January, \m\.
RQBKRT HANDKHSON,
Halcyon, Il.C.
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands In the Province of British Columbia.
HEALED TENDERS addressed U> tho Timbor
O and Minos Branch, Department of the
interior, and markod on the envelope "Tender
for Timbor Berth No. ttVi," will be received at
this Department until noon on Wednesday, tho
28th day nf March, 1900, for n license locut
timber on Berth No. W>. situuto on the north
fork of tho lltOCillewnet River and more jinrti-
cularly described as follows: -Commencing at
the junction nf Trout Creek with said north
fork nf lllocillowfiot Itivnr (said junction being
about SW milos north of the north boundary of
Township 2"i, Range28, west of tho5th Meridian)
thence up said river 3 miles In direct distance
with a depth of one mile on the wostorly side
uud'i n mile mi the easterly side thereof,
measured at right angles tothugoueral boaring.l
nf said rirei within tho berth, containing an
area nf4l. square miles, moro or less.
The regulation- under which a license will bo
issued, also printed forms of tender and envelope, may be obtained at this Department or
at the olliee of tho Crown Timber Agent at
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tcudor must be accompanied by an
acceptod cheque on a chartered bank in favour
of trio Deputy uf the Minister of tht Interior,
for the amount of the bonu« which the applicant is prepared to pay for a license.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY U. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa. February 12th, 190d.
NOTICE
N'OTXCE is hereby given that sixty ito'fs after
daw I iiit.;inl to apply to the Hom. Chief
Commhulnnsi «i Lands ami Works for pfrniinsioii
tn purchase the Mowing described lands fur
pastoral purposes, samt T*tag cituated near
Galena Bay, adjoining Lots M4S, TOM and T8S,
described .t- follows:
Commercing at the south-east comer of Lot
it*.' thence north te north-east punier of Lot
to ■ e east40chains, then:e south 80 chains
to Lot ;-n*P thence west 10 chains to point of
commencement.
T LUDQATE.
.   -i it'i ap 88
W. H. I'UATT.
Asiiguoe
NOTICE
\TOTII K IS HEREBY GIVEN that thlrtv
t> days if ter date I intend to apply to the
Chief l ommiwtonerof Unds and Work* for a
pecta . ensetocnl and carry away timber
from the following described landa:-
i ' ommeooingats post planted about ono
mile on aortbarlj tide of Rock Creek and about
two ai le rrom *-■ I bank of i olnmblo river
ami markn'l 'I . F Lindmark'* comer post,"
Ihence we * IflOchnlm thence north*!) cnelns,
■iii'tji" >-,i i p>ii ii.i.n- thence outh40chainsU
1^, lit ,.f commencement.
l) i 10th 'i | ■■' Kohi i ■'.  IWfl
E'ommenciaK al  i post planted abont one
mile from easl bank *>f ' olumbls river, 100th
hi   Hock)  Poinl  ■ , ■   i irked    (!  K. Llud-
n ir'.    oornei i". '    tl enci ■■ i i  f-■ ■ chains,
IJ ' ill   ■- I io< ■■ wi * t-i ohains,
thence nortl   ■• lo point of commeuce<
IIIC'Ill
';.   i ommeni ing   t a po I p' inted about one
mile and i half f ron tl it bank of Colombia
river, outh fron Rook) Point ami mnrked
■' K Lindmark tornei post, tbenee eul m
- ■ , ■ ■ lijo   In -,   thenoe iveal m
cl,,in, thence north lOOehalni '^» poinl of oom-
meneemenl
Itntwl 12th daj oi February 1900
[tl i P Lindmark ■ comer
i-i ■ n nted "ii» nils ind half from »Ml
Colombia river, below ItVmile rapids,
ilifiiirn we*i BO ohatou thence north 80chains,
thence easl 90chains, tnence -"'-tii 80chains to
point of eommeocen si
Dated I3tl Ksbrusn IW
i ommei I      posl  narked   '< . K
Lindmark'^ corner post, and planted ball i
mile from south Umk of Jii^ fti-iy Creek,
ii-",; vo a ind aq isrter from ■ olombia
U chain snee in I N
chaini thence north 10 chains, thence east 80
ohains u> iKiini of commencement,
B (^omcnenclng il i pn I n irked "C F
Lind mark's corner port*1 planted on the wuth
iiank "f Big Eddy ' rnoif, about two milm rind i
half from Colombia river, thence   tontri tn
bains, thenoe reel KM ohains, thence north to
ohains, thence east 160 ehains to point of com'
icncement,
"i Commencing at a post markfi'l f . K
Lindmark corner post,' planted about tin -
chains from the south bank of Hig Hddy-reek |
sbonl half a mile from Colombia river thii.ini
in chains south, ih'mre l-VicWin- m t, thenoe
in cliiiins north, thenoe ItiOchains ea-.'. io poinl i
at oommencement
Dated this 15th day of February, loofl
8, Commencing nt a post marked "C. F
Llndmnrks oorner post.' planted two ml fen
from oast bank of Columbia river, south frum
Murky Point, thenco running east in chains,
thonce south bvi ohains, thenoe tvoal 10 ohains,
benconorth l-Virliain-s to point, nf commenofr
Minn
Dated 12th day of February, 190(1,
in 21 CHARLES F. LINDMARK.
Thore are still it few copied left oi
the Christmas edition of tlio KOO
TENAY Mail, the finest lllufitmtcd
paper ever publialied in Revelstoke.
Price 50 cent!*. Order before supply its
exluuistod. interior Publishing Company, Hi veUtokOi H.C.
NOTICK
VTO'l'lCK is hereby given thut thirty daya after
-N date I Intend lo apply to the Hon, Chief
Uommisslolieiiif I-ailds and Works, fur a special
lici'iisc in cat anil cany away llmlwr from the
following described lands:
Cnmuitilicttuj at a post planted atthe North
west comer of tho O, P, It. Block, No.878, near
nidi of Mnsijiilto Creek, ami running 40 chains
si, theuce IL" chains soulli, thence 4ii chains
0, thence Itio chains uortli In place nf cum-
llieiicetneiil,
DatodJau, Wth, 1900,
m» IU0HAHD MAXWKLL.
NOTICK
VTOTICE IS HKHKHY UIVKN lhat thirly
,\ days afler dud! I Ink-ml to apply to the
Chief Coiuinissimierof Lamls and Works font
.jpeolftl licenso to cut and carry away timber
irom lho following desut-ibed hinds in West
Kootenay District: •
Commencing at a pusl marked "(). It. Kirk's
mlh cast corner post," planted at the ninth cant
comer ol timlier limit -unit ami about one und one*
hull miles from Itliii'l Bay on the north arm of
Arrow Lake, thence north 80 chains, thence west
120 chains, theuce south 40 chains, theuce eust 80
'huhis, thence south 40 chains, ihence east 40
halns i ii point of commencement.
Dated Jaiiy. 'ioth, urno,
NOTICE.
VTOTICE is hereby given that thirty days
1\ niter dato wo intond to apply to tho Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for siwwial
licouso to cut and carry uway timber from the
following described lauds situate in West
Kootonay dish-id :
Location 1,—Commencing at a post markod
Hert Blyth's North-west Corner Post," planted
about :'-': miles north-east of Mosipdto Lake;
theuce east 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
theuce west HO chains; tlience north 80 chains in
point of commencement.
Location 2,—Commencing at a post marked
" Port Blyth's North-east Comer Post," planted
about gi.( miles north-east of Mosquito Lake;
theuce south UlO chains; theuce west 40 chains;
thence north 160 chains; thence east 40 [chains to
point of commencement,
BERT I1LYTH.
February nth, \m. M-1T
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.
Peguiar meetings are held in llie
ocidiell.Mv.H iuii on ibe Third Friday nft'iich niQIIth, nt a p in. sharp,
Visiting liretiircu cordlall, Invited
.1 a. ACIIESON, W, M
 ■ R, J. TAUuKKT, Itec.-Sec,
KOOTENAY SI'AR, K. ». P.
Meets on First Tuesday uf every month, lu
I.O, O. I\ Hall.
... ACIIESON, W, I*.
It. J.TAtUIEKT, KEO,
Gold Range Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, 8. C.
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY
lu oddfellows' Hall at 8
o'clock Visiting Knights are
eordinlly uivflcd.
E. W. 11. PAGET, C.C.
G. H. BROCK, K. of it. AS.
H. A. BROWN, M. of F,
Kootenay Lodrare No. IS A F,& A.M.
Thu regular moot-
Inge aro held In the
Mai-onii) Temple,
Mil Fellows Hall,on
the third Monday in
each month at 8
p.m. Vlsitingbrath-
run cordially wol
omed
C. A. PROCjUNIER, Skorbtahy.
SELKIRK LODGE, HO 18.1.0. O. F.
Meets over?Thuiwlar
evening inOddFollows
Hall at 8 o'clock
Visiting brethren oor
dially Invited to al
 lend
R. MACDONALD, N.G.        J. MA1HIB, BRO
W. H. HUMPHREYS
BA88 SOLOIST
Society and Church Concerts
For terms write Box 704
Revelstoke, R. 0.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thirty
days after dato we intend to apply to tin
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
special license to cut and carry away timber
from tho following described lands:-
No.l.
Commencing at u post planted on tbo west
side of the north fork of Fosthall Crcok and
about two nud ono-iiunrtcr miles above tbe
forks and marked " Big Bond Lumber Company's Southwest Comer Post," thence north
UK) chains, thenco west 10 chains, thenco south
1110 chains, thonco oast to chains to point of
commencement.
No. 2,
Commencing at a post planted on tho oast
side of tho north fork of r-nsl hall Creek about
one and ono-half miles above tbo forks and,
marked "Hig Bend Lumber Company's South-1
west, corner post, thence north 100 chains,
thenco cost 10 clmins, thonco south 100 chains,
Ihenco wost 40 chains to point of commence-
ment.
No. 3,
Commencing at, a post planted about ono half
mile from tho west bank of thc north fork of
fosthall Crook and about one mile abovo tbo
forks ami marked " Hig Bond Lumber Company's Soul-henst Cornor Post," thonco north
ICO chains, thonco west 10 chains, thenco south
llio chains, thonco cast 40 chains to point of
commencement.
No.l.
Commencing at a post, planted about, ono half
mile from thc west bank of thc north fork of
Fosthall Crock and about four miles alwvo thc
forks and marked "Hig Bond Lumbor Company's Northeast Corner Po>t," thonco wost 80
chains, thenco south 80 ohains, thence oast 80
chains, thonco north 80 clmins to point of commencement.
HIG BEND LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd.
Arrowhead. H.C.,
Jan. 2.1,1(106. 255 f28
WOOD YARD
l have started A permanent Wood
Yard on Third street. With mv past
experience I hope to lie in a position
to satisfy all requirements of customers. Dry curdivood kept in stock and
supplied in any lengths at reduced
prices fur cash.
ll. SAMSON,
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that sn application
will be-made to tbo Legislative Assembly of
the Province of British Columbia, at Its next
session Tor an Act to Incorporate a company to
be called "Thc Kamloops and Yellow Head
Pass Railway Company/' with power to construct, equip and operate aline of railway
from a point at or near Kamloops, tbenee
running in a. northerly direction following
the valleys ol the North Thompson river, the
Canoe river and McLeunan's creek to a point
at or near Tetc Jaune Cache in thc Province
of British Columbia with all such powers as
maybe necessary and expedient for thc construction and operation of said line of Railway
and with power to purchase and develop and
convey over ItsJtlgbt of Way, electric power,
and in sell anj/'listriljute the same within the
said Province of British Columbia, and with
power oai quire and operate steam boats and
ferries in connection with thc Hallway, and
with power to effect a Junction with any line
of railway to be constructed from the south to
a poinl at or near Kamloops. or with the Canadian Pacific Railway at that point and also
with any rallwav coming westward through
tho Yellow Head I'ass.
Dated at Vancouver, British Columbia, this
5th day of December, A.D., 1905.
TOPPER ifcQRIFFlN,
Royal Hank Chambers, Vancouver,
British Columbia,
dU'flw Solicitors for Applicants.
RE-OPENED!
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FIRST STREET,
Orders for Beef and Mutton,
Poultry, Fusli nnd small goodB
will receive prompt attention.
millKTY DAYS after date we Intend to
1 apply to tbe Commissioner of Lauds and
Works for a special license to cut and carry
away limber from tbe following described
lands:
1, Commencing at a post planted at tho
north-uait corner of K.«S„ Block 800, and
marked " Big Bond Lumber Company's Southeast Corner Pout," thence north 100 chains,
thenco west. 40 chains; thenoo south lOOclialns;
thence oast. 10 chains to point, of commencement.
.'. Commenolng at a post planted about one
mile norlli from the north-west corner of K,
amis., Block, 800, aud marked" Big Bond
Lumbor Company's South-east Corner Post,"
thenoe north eOohnlns; thence west 80 chains;
thenco south 80 ohains; thonco east no chains
in point of commencement,
St, Commenolng; Rta post planted about one
mile north from the north-west corner of K,
ami B„ Hlock Him, and marked " Big Bond
Lumber Company* North-ai.st Corner Post,"
Ihence west Hli chains; tbenee south 80 chains;
thenoe east 80 ohains; thenoo north ho chains:
to point of oommenoetnent.
Hn. Bhni) Go murk Company, Lm.
Jan. 28th, 1006, '.tl K
nm%-m%-m*%-m%-m
Mrs. II..I. llii.ilitiry MuniigrosH.
First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
I."run liliiiiiitrtnim lor
ll,n,,|,iiit«,'fSii|,|,ars, old
Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE
SEE
Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Kevelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Tna siirvlmis Kluwi-r 1'iits
Pint™ IlinlirrllaSliiiiils
llaskiils l,,ii„li llaskol.
('nun Chair. Hmoidlit Jacif-ln
lliiii.lli-r.'lili-l- Hllk Clonk
(101,11 FISH
finest, slnok nl , ,i,„li,-* ami fruits in town.
Front Strset, Rtvtlllokt
Gait Coal
88.70 PER SINGLE TON
Heiluction made for large quantities.
Delivered to any part of the city.
Orders left at tlie Lawrence Hardware
Store, or nt Smythe's Tohacco
Store, promptly attended to.
200 Cords Wood
WELL SEASONED
$4 oo per Two-Rick Cord.
J.G  HUTCHISON,  FIRST ST
Something Pure
II you are looking lor Pure
Honey we have juit opened up
a consignment of   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE  OOMB
in 1 lb. boxes, or in 5 lb, cans
"Guaranteed Pure."
OANNED  GOODS
Our Canned Goods are second
to none, and more than thtt
we "Guarantee every Can,"
HOBSON & BELL,
GR0CER8, BAKERS AND C0NFECTI0NER8,
M.  J. HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouses & Seed Houses
VANCOUVER, B. C.
HKAlUlUAHTKItS TOR PACIFIC COAST
(iltOWN (1A1IDKN, KIKl.lt AND KIXIWKK
SKKIIS. New crop now In slimk nml on test
in our Kreenliotises. Ask four merchant for
llieni in scaled packages. If lie doo. not handle
I liutii we will mall ,vi assorted, .V packets of
veiretiihlc anil llowor seeds lour owl. selection,
Hiillalile for II. 0, Hardens! fur fl.liu. Special
prices on your hulli stoat,
It. I). (IKOWN S'ltUIT ANII OltNA
MKNTAL iHKKS now ready for sptlng
sliliununl,.
Kxtru nice stuck of two and llircu-yeur Abplu
Trees nl. Sunn tier Iim, lltm.m per l.i.n; May-
mini I'I,mis, ||.hi each; Italian Prune, two.
year, lines. |i',.iii pur lull; Sutar Prune, two-
year, liun, ».iii.i«i icr llll.
full list of ntlier stock at r-Kiilar prices. No
expense, loss or delay of fumigation or
inspection.
Is,t me price your list Dofore placing your
order.
Uriicnhouso I'lunls, Hor Work, Boo Supplies,
Fruit I'linkiwes, Fertlll/crs, etc.
CATaLOOUH FltKK.
Nl.   J,   ~HENRY
MM, WBSTHINSTliK ROAD, VANCOI'VIIK, II. C,
NOTICE
N1
OTIOK is hereby je,'"'" that :n> days after date
hitoucUt. apply to the lloji, Thn £hjc[
I'cuiiiiiissldiii'r nf Umls and Works for a NfAalal
rry away timber from tlio
following described lands
License in nil nnd curry away UiiiIm'
Commencing at u post nlantoil on tint north shlu
of (urilsici Creek alsuit ihroo ipiartsrs of a mllo
oast of Hnrt'iii ('Ity Towniite, amlmarkwl " the
V, C. L, Co's. imrth nest I'uriicr post" and thonco
ruiinltift cast Hn chains, south ku chains, west HO
' Imiii', it-Hi h ho ''lm in* t-i point of roiniiiencement.
THK VAI.K COH'MHIa LI'MllKlt Co., LTD.
Dated al Nakilnp. II. C, ,Ian, I'.nli. 1000.
NOTICE
VTOTICK is hart
ri   after date I inl
nbln  tllO  I'lii'if   Cot
iraby given   that   30  clays
inl mid lo apply to Ilia Honor-
      . Vimmissionor of Laads and
Works for a special licniisa to cut aud cam
away timbor from thn following desoribed
liinif*. situated iu Wost Kootenay District:
Com mono hm at a |xisl phmlod about one
mile north of Mnlryon Hot Springs at.d alsiut
'i milo from arrow Lave, and marked''Hert
Illyth'1' north-west corner post,' thence louth
(firtiiiin . ihciim esst 100 rhains, thence north
jn chain-, thonco WMl 100 chains to point of
rommencement-
Dated January 11th, 1906.
24f BERT IJLVTH.
Open Air Rink
W. ti. Watson's open air rink
is now open: Ice in good shape
SKATING DAILY.
MISS GARVIN,
TJ5ACHKK OP PIANOFORTE
Engagemonlu uccepled for At-
HotneB Ac. Theory U'bsoiis a
specialty. I'ttpils now enrolled for
the new year.
Alphonsus De Fee
PROFESSORi
OF P.AN0
Lessons 50c. Each.
Given at Mr. Doniinio Gallicono,
near Station. g££jjg]
Music supplied at "At Homes" and
Dances.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Gash Prices Paid
F.  B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Richard R. Copeland
JOBBING CARPENTERl
AND CABINETMAKER
Miintli's, Shelving, Storm   Hours, etc
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Third Street East,
Ilevelstnke
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I Bankhead Goal j
i! Egg Size Delvered
I
$9.00 |
9.00
8,50
:i
Orders left at P. ||
Burns & Company's \ \
Office will receive most
|; tove
Nut
prompt attention.
; j F. McCarty, Agent.\
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Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium.
Under the new management of
Hahky MuIntohh,  Hodman House
ltussia ml.
THE MEDICAL WATERS of Halcyon arc the most curative In the
world. A perfect, natmal remedy for
all Nervous and Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates on all boats and trains. Two-
mails airive and depait every day,.
Telegra h communication with alt
marts of the world.
Tkhms-$12 to $18 per week.   For
further particulars apply to
harry Mcintosh
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrohu Lak*. S, C.
Men's 16-Inch Tan
Chippewan
Sporting Boot
lilurher out, with double rock
oak sole and slip. It is ilttidsrd
screw, slugged around the lore-
part tnd heel and has silver oy e-
ieti and stud hooks. This line
will Hand more rough tissue
than tny boot you ever put on
your loot.
J. LECKIE CO., Ltd.,
VANCOUVER, B. C. THE JIAIL-IIEltAT,!). REVELSTOKE, II. C.
ift
THE BOTANISTS
Their Experiences in the Big
Bend Country.
Lust Bummer it wiil lie remembered
a party ol Amerii'iin Imtanistt spent
some weeks in the lllg lienil. One ol
them, Miss Mury 1.. .lobe, bus con
tributed tbe following article on  their
Big Bend exper'enccs:—
Over the bills and far away,
Beyond their utmost purple rim
We had spent three weeks in tlie
(ironml Hog ll.isin, in the heart of tho
great mineral country ol the Selkirks;
but ai yet, bad seen no real lode
mining.
Coming up tbe Long Trail, Irom
Revelstoke to Downie Creek, wu had
met Superintendent Ruemens, ol a
mining company, which owns a big
property in the Standard Basin, thirty-
three miles north ol Revelstoke and
live miles east of the Columbia.
He invited us to visit the mine and
tee how labor, patience and skill may
redeem the buried wealth and resource
ol the mountains.
Accordingly, one morning eight ol
our party set out for the Standard
Basin. It was to be a good thil ty
mile tramp, and wai to prove one ol
the most desperate tttomptt ol the
tenon.
Much of the way was through a
moat glorious forest, having gigantic
arbor trees, 36 feet in circunilercnce.
Lite in the afternoon we began to
emerge above the timber line, and at
last arrived at the mine.
Our welcome was the kind which
leaves no room for doubt as to its
sincerity. A piping hot supper was
waiting tor us. The men volunteered
to turn out ol their bunk houses and
give them to us; but we said that, as
we were roughing it, we should sleep
in the open air; and this we did.
The mining company has a superb
site on a plateau, commanding the
panorama unfolded by the majestic
Columbia. There are nine copper
veins crossing the claims. These have
been proved to a depth of mure than
live hundred and fifty feet. This ore
carries 12 per cent, ol copper and some
gold and silver. It is a beautiful sub
stance, t brilliant greenish gold in
hue.
The mine is so high in the basin
that an aeritl tramway, now under
process ol construction, will carry the
ore five miles down to the Columbia,
where a smelter will prepare the metal
Ior shipping.
Smelting will be done with ease and
rapidity in a pyritic smelter. The
principle ol this furnace is that most
of the heat, essential to the fusion of
the ores, ii derived from the oxidation
of the sulphur and iron in the ores
themtelvei. This saves the cost of
calcining tht ore. By thil wonderful
economy of nature two handlings of
the ore are saved.
The mine wc visited is one of the
five largtst in British Columbia now
in operation, and promises to make of
Revelstoke, not only the "gateway of
the Kootenay," but also the outlet of
a vatt and increasing mineral output.
After our visit one ot the men volunteered to take us to the glacier
above, which gave us a beautiful view
of a sheer cliff and a small lake below.
The mow field wai reached after an
hour's climbing, and we started off to
the point above the lake about a mile
away, It wot perilous climbing, but
we were fattened together by a short
rope, the guide leading the way, aided
byt heavy alpenstock. That night
we camped out again.
Bright tnd early we started out next
morning, leaving the good trail behind
utand blading Ior the Illecillewtet
river, twenty miles beyond. About
the middle of the afternoon it grew
intensely f-old. Soon tiny flakes of
mow began to fall and by six o'clock
it wai snowing hard.
Making a camp was little fun that
night. We, found a clump of trees,
whieh tfforded ui shelter: stretched up
our ponchos, and, after much coaxing
lucceeded in making a fire. But we
had to go slowly on the rations, as we
were at least eight miles from any
base of supplies, and it was snowing
ferociously.
Our facet were washed in mow next
morning. But it waa a quiet crowd
which huddled againit the protected
tide of a clump of balsams, and ate
even lest thtn we had been allowed
the night before.
How we prayed for the appearance
ol the tun 1 We kept the camp tire
burning and waited. But not until
lour in the alterncon did he condescend to smile on us, and then with io
little vigor that his presence was scarcely lelt. There were still two leet ol
mow and to start on the trail was
impossible.
Once again, alter a lung and tedium
•Hay ol wishing and longing, wo went
to sleep in our open camp, hoping for
a clear day on the morrow. Again
we were disappointed, for another light
fall ol snow only added to our growing
foar and discontent.
Still another long and tedious day
followed, hut next morning the sun
was shining brightly when we awoke;
and by two in tho afternoon we were
able to get below tbe snow line and
continue our trump toward the llle-
cillewaet.
All the afternoon we tramped steadily, covering about live ol the twelve
miles, but met everywhere by ti boundless forest and an unbroken trail. As
we emerged from the forest next
morning we had our first view of the
valley of the Illccillewaet.
A world in miniature lay spread out
at our leet, and we could see with distinctness every object, as a soaring
bird Bees it. The Illccillewaet river
foamed through the gorge, gleaming
silvery white iu tlie sunlight. Far
across the valley wc could hear the
whistle ol an engine, and wo knew wc
were Hearing the Canadian Pacilic
and civilization.
Faint and indistinct it came at first,
and then echoed from the crags on
either hand. Presently, we could see
the train coming—a mere toy creeping along, witli barely preceptible
motion.
As it drew nearer we could realize
i(s true size, tho greatness ol the mountains, and, atthe same time, our owu
insignificance. Once reaching the
river, we followed it quickly down to
the gorge at Albert Canyon, deep
abrupt and narrow. Here we found a
little settlement of six houses, but
with it- rest and shelter and a plentiful
food supply.
For some time ther, after the days
were spent quietly in camp, but with
something ol interest to enliven each
twenty-four hours.
Quite skilful did tome of the feminine members ol lho party become with
shotgun and rille. Wn practiced frequently and gophers along the mountain tides made good target! for our
aim.
Wo were sitting mound the camp
tire one evening late in our ttay in tbe
Ground Hog Hasin when the Skipper
remarked about the clearness and rarity ol the atmosphere during the last
few days, and suggested that we climb
Little Lake Mountain tbo next morning to see the sun rise. The suggestion met with our hearty approval.
Each ol us took an extra supply of
heavy clothing when we started, for
we were to attain an altitude of 8,000
leet and at four o'clock in the morning.
Our route lay through the wonderful alpine meadows, for about a mile:
then up a stiff ascent, over rock and
shale to the mountain top,
UP AMONG THE EAGLES.
Everywhere the luxuriant grasses
grew thick about us, and anemones
and painted cups shone out from their
bed of greenness in the pale morning's
light. Further up we came to masses
uf purple heather, and the pink saxifrage tilled every tiny crevice in the
rocks above.
We climbed quickly across mow
fields, over rough and jagged rocks,
across beds of shale, where footing
was precarious, and over rocks again,
fearing lest we miss the lirst streak of
crimson light.
At last the summit was gained, juit
as one faint red streak shot above thc
eastern horizon. With heavy blanked
wrapped around our quivering bodies,
we aat on a ruck uiul watched the
light steal up likes roseate cloud [rum
the east.
An eagle utttred its piercing call
high in the air; then, in a iiionwnt,
Irom a bunch of heather far below,
came the beautiful silver purity of the
white-throated sparrow, trembling
with the ectttscy of the morning, at
ilt tiny, thimmering ray ol golden
light had turned to sound.
Now, a crimson edge showed above
i nd in a moment almost a flood of
radiance from the completed disc
overarched the morning and touched
every snow peak lor miles around.
The day had begun. It was not quite
four o'olook.
In this splendid mountain isolation
there was beauty, wildnesi, ttiat-ge-
ness enough to fill the heart of the
explorer with a great content. To the
south the Frenchman's Htt loomed
up, more than fifty miles away. At t
still greater distance to the east we
oould see the White Elephant. Seven
ranges ol snow peaks wero in view.
It all teemed a world apart, shut
off and set off from the busy universe,
like a scene in some ideal spectacle.
Ai the tun lilted, at the light
shifted and changed from moment tu
moment, every crag and crevice in the
mountains near at hand stood out
clear and distinct.
Illll UAMi:   HAY.
Away to our lelt, commanded by us
Pleases every smoker—Ibe "Murci
Vuelta."
fc-<SI
as in Ihe highest seats ul n vast amphitheatre, stretched a gnat, unnamed
glacier, reselling seemingly lip to
the horizon
Pure white it lay in the morning
sunlight, or, with the varying light,
flashing with all the iiuet of the priBm
as the rays were broken by projecting
ridges ol ice.
But lireuklast was to be considered,
An opening between two rocks Bcrved
as an ideal spot lor the making ul a
camp lire, .luck, alter much tcarvh-
ing, discovered a lew dead branches ol
scrub, and we soon hnd a cheerlttl
blaze Pailluls uf snow and ice,
brought (rum the nearest glacier, wcre>|
Boon melting fur the tea and breakfast
Lnil, In a short time the men) wits
over.
Here wo separated Ior the day, somo
returning to jump, the remainder
going to explore '.lie glacier. A pros-
peotor, who had joined our party the
day before, started off to hunt. Bears,
we knew, wero plentiful, as was not
our supply ol meat in camp.
About four in the afternoon the
prospector returned,bringing a ptarmigan und putt of a caribou ham. He
said he hid followed the curitiou fur
eight hours, ami It ul at last shot him
three miles from Oflmp, We went out
to help bim bring back tin- meat.
What a glorious animal he was 1
Ami what a sacrifice to have killid
him! The practical sideuf affairs had
to be considered, however, and wo
started in to skin the caribou. While
doing to we saw nine mountain gout
walking slowly along the BUn-tiiiled
crest o! tho peaks far above. Several
shots were made at about eight hundred yards range, but the animals
scurried away in safety.
Soon it was inky dark and tbe
return to camp was hazardous, The
first mile was over rocks anil snow,
and then we would lind the trail, Now
and then tome one would iull down;
but we plodded on, taking our direction from the north star. We bad
fresh meat with us, and our route wus
through a wild mountain pass, the
refuge of the woodsmen's greatest
enemy—the silver-tip bear. Before
reaching camp at eleven o'clock that
night we were compelled to wade a
naountain stream. We met no bears,
and uur only trouble was from fatigue
and hunger. But we were happy in
having a splendid supply of caribou
meat. During the day Jack had seen
a mountain goat and had followed
him for hours. Lute in tlie afternoon
be saw a herd of ten caribou across a
glacier and crawled barefooted along
tbe edge in order to get near theni.
Losing his footing, he slipped and
slid nearly hall a mile down tbe
glacier, stopping just at the brink by
digging his lingers into the snow and
holding in this way until those above
could come to bis assistance, throw
him a rope and pull him over to a
rock.
In our several diaries we named
that Big (iaiiie Day, and never ceased
being thankful thut no disastrous
accident occurred.
1
W. J.   HCHTBURNE, Manager.
NEWLY BUILT AND FURNISHED
STRICLY FIRST-CLASS
THE  BAR   IS   SUPPLIED
WITH BEST BRANDS
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
ARROWHEAD, - B. C.
McKenzie
and
lartin
D   ,    •  ,.    .    At
THE  GROCERS
Dealers in FRUITS
OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON
4U fruiAl ?vf*tMb*tLce4s. 7<)i< Aptiyf- owls-tfuU/e/,
tULsUub uhWvk feu, Ai> .   VT^m*,
OakL c&Ui ZeM
REOPENED
REMODELED
j    Union ftotel Restaurant
Mrs. McKitrick, Manageress.
Open III all hours. Short Orders tastefully served,
Meal Tickets Issued. Rates Moderate
GET YOUR EYES EXAMINED FREE
A largo variety
of Glasses always
kept in stock here
If you require
anything in Jewelry
il is here lor yon.
A complete slock
ul the right class
of goods.
J. GUY BARBER,   - Jeweller, Optician
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SIBBALD & FIELD
HAVE
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
INSURANCE I'OMOX COAL
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Maple Leaf Rubbers
There are no others " Just as Good."
Ask  for them  at  your  Dealers.
J. LECKIE CO., LTD.
Selling Agents for the West
Vancouver, - - B. C.
T
Tra Oo marks
and Copyright!
uutalnwl in all countries
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Regiitered Patent Attorney
Mimliiiiilinil Alloriii-y mul Knglnoor.
Kuoni 3, KiilrlluliUllloiik, (Iraiivlllii st„ luiar P.O
VANCOUVER, B, C.
A iiof.lui.nl will suuurii nu trotting appoint
intuit Ior .uum) who ounot cull during tlio (lav
THIS
Trade Mark
STANDS FOR
.. .Quality...
The Leading Merchant Tailors
Don't order a Suit because it is cheap. Order it
because it will be 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
ij question, " Who's Your Tailor"■—Crcsssman & Morrison,
t of course.
I     Cressman & Morrison
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Scott & Potts sr
Everything a gentleman wants in the line of tailoring.
Our stock is new and up-to date.
Pressing and cleaning promptly attended to.
First Street, Opposite Union Hotel, Revelstoke.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
BEVELTSOKE, B. O.
HOTEL VICTORIA
(Under   New   Management)
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   C.
REGISTERED  TRADE MAHK
Nn mutter whether ii is on overalls, shirts, sniiitks ot- gloves, il
nil-tins llllioll lo you. It's out'
guariuitoo Uml the garments urn
Union mucin from ilm besl of tun-
tot'iuls, anil I'm- III, llnish uml
duriiblllly cannol bo surpassed,
Wm-J.WcfflastiriSSons
LTD.,
MANUFACTURERS
VANCOUVER,     11    C.
Firat-olas accommodation for travellers.
Best brands of Wines, Spirits, and
Cigars.
RATES   $1   AND   $150   PER   DAY
FREE   BUS   MEETS   ALL  TRAINS
Do hu riv" 'v'""' *,,Air
II nu,\ nn regularly
and "on time?" If nol, kindly
notify tlio ollicti at onco, either
'l'lione Vi or by postal,
Central Hotel
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
Newly built.    First-olass in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rales $1.50 per Day, Special. Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
ORIENTAL HOTEL-*
suitably furnished with the choicest tlie
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $ i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT    STOHSTE,    PROP.
Queens Jtotel
oomaplix;
Hestjbrands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.   Travcllcrs'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
draving and Transferring. Saddle and Pf-Ic
horses for hire. All kinds of job work undertaken.   Wood for sale.
Stable and  Residence   Ppone 41
Hack Stand "    27
CHAS.   W.   TURNROSS,
Prop. m
HE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B.C.
1 OUR NEW SPRING GOODS I
,V"i
X Arriving Every Day.   Bought Before the
^T Advance in Price.   Look for Low Prices.
1 NEW MUSLINS, NEW WHITE GOODS
| NEW DUCKS SLTOiVB NEW PRINTS
*$fc. SEW (,IN(ill.\Ms.,s|li:i-:i'IM;, TOWELS, TAIII.K I.INKX AND NAPKINS.
NO TWO ALIKE TWENTY I'IVK NEW SII.K IIMU'SKS NO TWO ALIKE
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W     SHOE DEPARTMENT  30 Cases of New Shoes Put in Stock This Week,
IO     U115NTH  lull  TIM    IV ILK llVI'lll. silnKs.   ONE OP THIS  I1ISHT AMISHIOAN MAKISS,
<Tteid t&Young.
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For Stock-Taking Sale
We are selling for a few days  Books, Perfumes,
i'hotn Frames, Vases and a thousand other things
FOR JUST HALF PRICK
ONT MISS HIS   CHANCE
< The Canada Drug & Book Co.'y.
Local and General.
IV. Bews ii,i- already snowdiops in
bloom in bib garden,
Mr. Gutelins succeeds ,\lr. Tye as
chief engineer ol the 0, P, R.
Fire destroyed the Intercolonial
shops at Moncton. Thu loss is
1750,000.
(l. M, Clark proposes building on
hi- lots,-n Second Street, nest the
Drill Hull.
France will undertake risk ol wur
rather than recede on the Moroccan
question
W.J. Law has opened the sherilV'B
oil ci in lut building on McKenzie
Avenue.
The Dominion Government are now
clearing out the bm-k channel ol the
Columbia river at Ri rclstoko,
A large quantity of ice from liantV
has been shipped into the Okunagan
this winter, costing with freight If In
a ton.
We have to advise the anonymous
author of " Lay on Mae. hit bind,"
that we havi no space at present lor
poetry,
Surveyor-General Takaki claims to
have discovered means of increasing
the stature ol the Japanese.
The Camborne Miner urges const: it: ui I .in electric railway Irom
Beaton up Fish I'reek valley.
In a recent deal on Granville street,
Vancouver, Pat Burns, the meat King,
made #0,000.
Intending settlers are enquiring
from Ihe Provincial government as to
the character ol the Canoe river country Ior Settlement.
The exp :'. :' American coin to the
States will mean the circulation of
mother million dollars of Canadian
lilver ii, ney,
The  Dominion  government    will
I inl a mi liisii u b t • im ne and
report on Canadian life insurance
*    i- -: ■•"
lii.-ur.,i.ce ,- impanies   th    ten   I
withdraw  Irom  R --   nd on am   ml
oi j revalencs ol wooden building! tnd
lm fi ■-.- ut lire protection,
It i. italcdievi ral tbo itand lar n
will go to the Canadian northwest
iron, New York. I'eniiiylvania, Masta-
ohuseett, Vermont an,I .-, ■•> rn states
StttttttttlttSttStiilStltl
PALATOL
A Perfect Tasteless Compound of
Cod Liver Oil, Malt
& Hypophosphites
Foi -COUGHS,
COLDS. WASTING DISEASES
IS, M. Cook, win, bus been appointed
secretary of the V. iM. ('. A„ leuves
Toronto for Revelstoke on lho (ll.lt und
tbe institution will bo opened on hi*
arrival,
At the Board ol Trade meeting to-
morrow night there will lie u discussion on the question ol providing
electric power by the city of Revelitoke
Arrangements are being made for a
recital to be given by Miss Garvin In
Knox church, under the auspices ol
the Ladies' Auxiliary, Particulars
will be given later.
P. Burns bus definitely decided on
building in Rovelstoke Ibis spring.
The site ol the new building will bo at
the ctiruer of McKen/.ie Avcutio and
First Slrcct.
St. Peter's Church budies' (luilil
will Imiii sewing meetings during bent
every Monday afternoon ut the Rectory, u( -.110 All members not
attending will bo lined 10c.
S. McMiibon lias jusl turned out at
llis workshop, thc City hotel bus,
which looks spick and spun, and re-
Heels high credit on tho work ul bi*
establishment. Tbe lettering is somo
ol the linesl seen in the cily.
The Grand Trunk Pacilic lm.* lei
contracts lor construction between
Winnipeg and Edmonton, the contractors being McDonald-McMillan
Ci,., Canadian While Co . and Foley
Bros, und Larson.
The merchants report llie spring
trade is opening up and promising
well, Already buildings arc being
put in band and the outlook is brighl
for a busy and prosperous year in
Revelstoke and district.
D. Hiiuar. ol Revelstoke. intends
planting out grape-vines, us he believes
they will do well here. Last seas, n
be raised several hundred cantaloupes
and about a ton ol citrons which  be
sold lit good price*.
When ;it the coael II. Floyd, citj
clerk, attended before the committee
on the Municipal Uill He pointed
out some discrepancies and   iggi ited
some improvements which tl oni-
n> it tec  said   'bey  would   take  . i-
 itiderition,
The men ol No, I Fire Brigade complain they »ere .it i disadvantage on
the nr, alarm being nun; In Monday
a-, though live ol their apartment* uro
fitted up with liellt, these ha1 - never
lieen connected up and are useless,
This is a matter requiring tin1 urgent
attention ol the Firo, Water and l.ighl
Committee.
Tin- new Licensing Hill proposes to
limit hotel licenses to one hotel for
each thousand Inhabitants, While It
will not interfere with licenses already
existing, il, would mean that a town
like Revelstoke could not have more
than three hotels and Arrowhead could
have no more than one license. II the
bill becomes law licenses will have to
be refused to any but hotels itirge
enough to provide all the accommodation required in a town.
Social and Personal
Arthur llrudshiiw is seriously ill at
the hospital with typhoid fever.
Mrs. Cross is receiving at her new
home on Fourth street ou Friday and
Saturday.
W. H. Humphreys left Tuesday lor
Field, where he bus gone to take a
position with tlie C. P, R.
The friends of Mrs. S. MoMahon,
who bus been seriously ill, will be glud
to Iciirn that she is recovering.
Mrs. Crnge will be flie guest of Mrs.
F. II. Wells, on a lengthened stay
which she intends making in thc city.
On Saturday afternoon Mrs. Elson
entertained "At Home," in honor of
her guest, Mrs. Temple, there being a
large attendance of Indies. In the
guessing contest Mrs. Risteen won
lirst, Mrs. Atkins second, and Mrs.
Purvis third prize.
Mrs. .1. P, Sutherland entertained
about 10 ladies on Tuesday at an "At
Home." There was a guessiug Competition followed by afternoud tea.
First prize, a pair of stigur tongs, ivus
won by Mrs. Temple,and the second, a
vase, by Mrs. E. Edwards,
The Progress is sorry to learn thut
Engineer Van Antwerp is not making
very rapid steps towards recovery from
the attack of blood poisoning. Last
week i second operation bad to lie
performed when a portion ,,f the
affected hand was removed in tin-
attempt to stop the spread ol
gangrene.
Tn,, or three ol Kevelstoke* leading
hostesses mil a lew ol the bachelors of
the town were the collaborators in
getting up .i dance which was held in
Selkirk Hall on Monday nighl I he
ladies very kindly shouldered tbi --i
responsibilities and are to be congratulated on tb» *ue,-,-.. ol'! •■ ,-' iir
The music supplied by (hr- [ndi pi nd-
ent Band was particularlj good ,u,d
the evening was in - very wny a lining
wind up to Ihe reason - fell
CURLING
In-   commitU f  the   K   '-   tj
Curling Association  li   writing tht
hi astoci ,n,,n- liking assistance
in making the re* ition which Include!
ehtnging tbe ntme to the '-Hriiish
Columbia Curling Vsiooiation;' affiliating null tin- Royal Caledonian
Curling club inoretting per copltt
im payable to the association lo to
cent- per bead to provide I (lind Irom
which the oxectitl ,- may del hi
running expenses ol the annual
bonspiel to reduce lino ,,l in,- ring
from 11 to I'i feet to provide, in the
event ol thawing weather during a
bonspiel. thai Ilu- length ol the  rinks
muy be reduced by live leet al etoli
end for each period ol 21 hours thtt
the temperature tuny Hand above the
fretting point. In no cose moro than
:iu feet to be deducted.
Cross Drri (o
1-3 OFF
1-3 OFF
The largest stock of Smokers' Supplies in
the Interior at One-Third Less than Regular
Prices lor the nexl Fifteen Days. Meerschaum Pipes, Briar Pipes, Gold and Silver
Mounted Pipes, Cigar and Cigarette Cases,
Cigar and Cigarette Holders, Tobacco
Pouches, Tobacco [ars. Turkish Hookas, etc
BROWN'S   CIGAR
1-3 OFF
TELEPHONE No, OO
STORE
1-3 OFF
CITY COUNCIL.
Adjourned meeting  held Monday
Present—The Mayor, Aid, Caley, llow-
-,,ii, Trimble, Tapping und Palmer.
I'litt-:.
Chief Baill reported lire at W Morris's house nnd stilting No. I Fire
Fire Brigade deserved great credit tor
services rendered.
NOT KNOI'lill  1YATKII.
II, Smith, 0. IS., stating by request,
nl Mayor he nieuBiired supply ol water
in Eight Mile Creek. He lound tin
amount to be um miner's inches or
oi.ly li-l horse power, with lull of 200
feet.
The Mayor said tills showed Ihe
supply ot water was no more lhnn
twice their present supply uud while
it might du lor water supply uloiie, It
would lie absolutely useless ns a source
of power.
TO MAKE WIIUKI.S HO ROtlKD,
II. Manning, applied (or two horse
Water power to drive ice-crenni freezer,
und J. 0, Hutchison asking ll ll, p.
lor cutting firewood.—Referred to Fire.
Wnler and Light committee.
THAT UAOI, ASH HOSPITAL,
T. Taylor, M.P.P., stating he would
give attention to securing government
aid lo providing isolation hospital and
gaol.
MliillT UK BNOWBlilDB.
H, A. Drown, enclosing complaint
from 11. M. Clark ol snow front drill
hall lulling on his lot and likely to
damage a building if erected; also
letter from Col, Holmes, slating as
council had given site they might
purchase enough land to clear the
cause ol complaint.
Aid. Palmer said the government
had more money than the city and
should attend to that.
The Mayor agreed with that view.
Aid. Howson suggested advising the
government to put a Hat roof on the
drill hall.
Aid. Tapping and Aid. Caley supported that view.
Resolved that H. A. Brown be informed council cannot sec itB way
to purchase any more land Ior use ol
militia department.
BY-LAWS,
Interior Publishing Company re
priming by-laws.
In reply to Aid. Palmer Mr. Floyd
suggested the by-laws should Iw thoroughly overhauled by a solicitor before
being printed.
Aid. Trimble considered it would be
a good idea to have the by-laws print
ed in book lorni sc that any citizen
requiring a copy ol the by-laws could
get it.
Aid. llowson considered the by-laws
governing the health, etc , of the city
should be in such form that they
would be available when required. He
suggested the b/-lawi be revised and
brought up to date before printing.
The matter was laid over lor the
present.
tXBUBAXCB.
Kinotid and Anderson applying Iur
share of city insurance.—Granted, and
re olved to increase city insurance tn
$16,600.
.1   VABHINO.
c l(. Hume ,v Co.Ltd.,stating they
j would hold city responsible Ior (lum
to their cellar and goods from impel'
feet hydrant.—The Mayor suid he had
the pipe examined and the cause ol
,-,,ii,pi lint remedied
in -nn il CHILDREN.
Namiiniocity re Destitute Children's
Institute.—Ken,Ived lo u>k government to make appropriation n. cover
salary mid expenses ol i.llicer lo look
alter destitute children throughout
p    ino.
, n.i lis,; os   llll. < II,
Ln* Heditrom, reporting thtlt ol
■uppliev ,ii p-mer home, He set
wuieii ami tncloted watohmsn'i re-
|H,n giving ptrtlcultn
IT,,- Mayoi laid ll I,ml been reported
to him the goodi were ilisapiu-aruig
and lu- instructed watch to be -et
Aid Tapping wanted ll„- matter
l,ai„le,| ,.ver I,, lie- |»,||ee
Aid. Palmer condemned (Ins kind nl
t -. ing
Aid Trimble conildered tin- city
sb,mid deal nidi it ami the men
should bo discharged.
Aid. llowson said Ihe men ihoulll
lie discharged at. once.
Aid. Caley endorsed thai opinion.
The Mayor would have no hesitation
iu telling these men they were not. lit
to I* trusted, and the council would
be perfectly justified iu discharging
the.it,
Aid. Trimble said the civic employes
it.nl been losing their bads lor some
time, lie asked Mr. Floyd whether
there hid not been other Instances ol
city property disappearing?
Mr, Floyd said there hnd Ikicii cases
of tools disappearing and Major
Drown hud put up it nulico oflfcill g
fid reward lor discovery ,,(llie thiol,
It was resolved that Ihe mon complained of be discharged.
WATER  OVBRBKBR,
It  wus  resolved that J. Dallas be
appointed overseer ol the water system.
DYNAMO TKNUKIt.
I'lie Mayor suid the ratepayer! in-
silted mi having that plant In the
ntii.lt) of good men, and now they
wanted another dynamo tender he
would do his best to give ell't'ct to thnt
wish.
Aid. llowson said il was a matter ul
getting a good, honest, enable man
to handle that plant.
It was resolved to wire.I McDonald.
Vancouver, offering him  the position.
it in. PROTECTION,
In reply to the Mayor K. li-ildon
stated be bad 'Ml leetol hose at power
bouse but a lire extinguisher was required. The stove at tlm bunk house
was unsafe.
Aid. Trimble said Mr. Foote, chief
ol Fire Brigade, informed him that
part ol the lire uliirni system wns not
working satisfactorily.
THE POWER QUESTION.
llll the application of Aid. Abraham-
son, who was sick and unable to attend
the meeting, it was resolved to leave
the matter ol installation ol electric
power over till next, meeting-. ;
In reply to a question by Aid. Tapping Mr. Floyd did not think the
steam auxiliary should lie considered
in connection with the power plant as
the city would have to put in the steam
auxiliary anyhow in case of frazil ice
in winter aud the revenue Irom the
plant for the nights it would otherwise
have to he shut down would cover
the interest, and sinking fund on
the steam auxiliary. He suggested
offering to supply [lower to the C. P.
R. at a price that would be satisfactory to them and on the estimated
consumption by the C. P. R alone
this rnte would ptv cost of operation
and interest on both the steam auxiliary and power plant, and then leave
a good margin.
Aid. Howson pointed out it the city
did not put in the power plant the C.
P. R. must put in their own, and the
city would lose a revenue of .$5,040 a
year.
Mr. Floyd snid when the steam aux
iliary hud to be run during ice trouble
in winter it would only be for six
hours n duy over thc regular lighting
hours, during which it would'have to
ho run anyhow.
Aid. Caley suid the 0, P. R. were
willing to do business and do it fair,
and he considered they should endeavor to meet the C. P. R. in the
matter,
Aid. Tupping suid il they could supply electric power it meant progress
lor Revelstoke.
The Mayor urged postponing the
question till they got more inlorma
tion as to whnt rates for power were
charged at Edmonton and other points
It was decided to call a special
meeting us soon as information was
available to deal with the matter.
ARROWHEAD
From our own corrcaiioiirloiit.
T. Ludgate lelt hy Tuesday's boat
ior Nelson, where he will attend a
lumbermen's meeting.
Alts. Ligbtburne is visiting Mrs
Gibson ut Comaplix.
F. IV, Jones ol (lolden, B. C, passed
through A rrnwhf ml en route to Nelson.
VV. E. Hodges spent Sunday in
Revelstoke—not Cranbroole,
Miss Ruby Kennedy of Revelstoke
is visiting friends here. Other visitors
from Revelsloke this week tire Rev.
and Mrs. C. II. M. Sutherland, J. A.
Kirk, N. McKtchern and A. F,. Phipps,
It ia hoped that the disturbance
crested outside the Presbyterian
ohuroh lust Sunday evening will not
l„ repented. It. is certainly annoying
to both pulpit und pew to have a
number gather on the ohuroh step
and engage iu conversation. We are
sure il wan done only Irom thoughtlessness and trust the guilty ones will
lake this bint iu the right spirit.
i U'liiii'bread arrived on Monday
Irom Kingston, (Int.
The Arrowhead Lumlier Company
liuve neurit i'oinpleU-,1 repniriug their
mill und expect to resume utlwing
next Week,
An interesting game was bowled at
the alley Saturday evening between
the Maple l-cnves uud the Ramblers.
Messrs Armstrong, Sutherland,Thornton and Mei-.iu-herii composed the
former team and Messrs, Tlvey, Robin-
son. Slurp and I'tirdy the bitter. The
contest was decided ill favor ol tlm
Maple   Uiivci   by   three    successive
games,
Mr. Aimstrmig lias iniide the highest score since the re-openlng of the
laiwloig alley, Illll points
The Ladies' Howling Club will meet
Thursday evening at 7.80.
The Church nf England entertain-
ment has been indefinitely postponed,
A man wus brought to the hospital
hern Irnni one ol the Y.fi.Co's, ctmpi,
seriously injured.
Business Locals.
Nol hing better than—"Our Speciul"
(let disc uu s ou furniture at How-
sun's sale.
Keep clean, buy a 2,'ic. bar ol Castile
Soup at Bews' Drug .Store.
New Fancy Tr mserings made in the
latest styles.in Knight t Devine's.
Pleiiseu every smoker—the " Marca
Vileltn."-
On-Cnils, lli,by Buggies, at a map,
to clour out ready lor new stock, only
a lew lelt, come along il you want one.
John E. Wood the Furniture Store,
Galvanic- Batteries and Dry Cells,
always kept At the Canada Drugstore,
We don't iiiuke .tump photos,  but
(or lenl swell e.ibinels or panels  thut
yoli want lo send to your iriendt, see
Tnieiiiiin'a *|,i-(lio.
- il l ' r
See lliiw'soii's  furniture store  Iur
bargains hi odd   piecul  ol  liirnitltre
and curpet retiinunls.
I he mnn who can entertain others
is either well dressed or soon will be.
Our woollens and our ability nre equal
to nny limp's .needs—Crewman it
Morrison,
FOUND—A sum of money in my
Drug Store.,,Owner can have same on
giving particulars ol Imi to W. Dewt,
Second-hand Organ at llows-ui's—
cheap.      .,. k -j
Get sonic shares in the Interior
Publishing Company. You will find
this one ot utile beet investments you
can make. Apply to the broken.
Kincaid and Anderson, First street,
Revelstoke. '   I I
Patronize home industry—smoke
Kevelstoke .Cigars.
Trinsm,. Electric Belts and Supports
nny size, stlil at the Canada Drug
Store.-       "I"
Poultry and Stock Food, the very
best make, sola at the Canada Drug
Store. '
We not only mean well but we
know how to do it right and wc do it.
We make men's clothing—Our workmen are intelligent and people ol
skill—Cressniau & Morriion.
Witch Hatol Croam—our own make
—26c. sod 80c. a bottle, Walter Bewi'
Druggist i't Stationer.
Your spring suit is waiting for you
at Knight k Devine's.
Photiigriifiliic supplies and Kodaks,
large' stock to choose from, at the
Canada Drug Store.
There' ii such an increasing demand
(or the product of the t'nion Cigai
Factory that thc proprietor, H. A
Brown hns had to increase his stuff by
two moie.hands.'
NewJUetf y( Fountain Pens, all
standard makes, tt Dews' Drug Store,
The steam laundry iB in lull swing
snd is employing seven hands. The
laundry'ut li; picture ol order and
cleanliness"/' Tlnf manager, Mr. McNiven, expects to Increase the staff.
Elastic stockings, Knee caps and
Ankle supports, the best you can buy
sold at the Canada Drug Stoie.
MALAKWA.
: Krom our own correspondent.
The confirmed warm weather is
causing the Sriow'to rapidly diminish.
C. Erikson wns in Revelstoke for a
lew days last week.
Mr. Macbeth, the inspector for tht
C. P. R,, tpont.Tuesday laat here ex
amining fence posts.
J. S.'Gordpn, school inspector, visited
the school on Friday.
R. Watniore, road master, is slowly
recovering.from an attack of rheumatism, Th'8 painful complaint seems
very prevalent just now, perhaps the
continued wet is answerable for it.
Considerable disappointment is
expressed that the C. P. R. manage
ment has decided not to continue the
telephone line writ Irom Downie this
iciison, as it was hoped they would
do They might find il very handy
some day tliis'tiimmer while the extra
last trains are running.
WANTED
ItOHITION in private family.' Apply
•  al, thisOmce. ''-';;''    a
1,1(111 SALE lail. on .Second Street,
I* eleiiied mid fenced, Price *:«ll,
Apply M.UI.-Hkiiai.ii inHee.
I.10R SALE  Secondhand safe, ap-
|j    ply at litis office,	
lf)>)>MI newly built, woodshed ami
Vi x ion Loi ou El-rhth Slice). Revel■
sioke Itisiiriiure Ageii'-y Limited.
SECOND STREET Residence u-
venienllv shunned for railway men,
I wo-slorey dwelling of II rooms. A
Snap Sl.iKHl. 'lievelsliikeliisuiiime
Agency, Limited.
MODERN RESIDENCE on Cornel
nf ,11 h Street unrt Orton Avenue, II
looms, hoi, and cold water baths nud
other conveniences! front room finished in while tnauicl. Handsome,
imposing reddence, constructed of
the very iH'ul, materials. Htl.vm will
handle ibis exceptionnl opportunity",
Hi'velsloke Insurance Agency, Ltd..
(litre ijii Per Annum will protect
vl'Uj'/ you against uny sickiiesu
HI' neeiih-ii| no in-liter what your occupation maybe, Revelstoke Insurance
Agency, Limited,
1,1011 HAliB-Second-hand Bell Or-
I gun, in good condition, for $18.
Monthly payments if desired.—REVELSTOKE INSURANCE AGENCY.
CHURCHES.
LENI'EN ME8SAOE,
St, Pitch's—The Church is, is t
fact, and is founded upon liistnrloiil
and not mythological bases. I mil-
much us it is [net and not lancy, it is,
like ull true facts, governed bylaws,
without which there wo lid Iio in the
spiritual world, us iu Ihe material,
anarchy and chaos. Now the Church
lays down many and various rules-and
tibiir.s, which a typical Churchman
obeys. However in reference to lauit
the Church bus no fixed rules of an
arbitrary nature. The Anglican
Church recognizes I lint "the letter ol
the law killt'th hut the spirit giveth
," und that, people cannot Ihi legii-
lulnl ii to purity, morality and regeneration, All this mint come from
within as well us from without, viz ,
Irom clod, Notwithstanding Lent has
a distinct inclining, viz., (I) Penitence,
(2) Self-discipline, and (8) Special
Devotion, and the Church emphasize!
spiritual obedience to the teaching of
Lent, Therefore the ideal Churchman
rociigniz.es that liberty is nut licence,
and obeys not only the subjective
voice of human sovereignly but also
the HiVnl voice ol divine nuthoiily.
Lent ought to help In making a good
Churchman. Now a good Churchman
tits a.comprehensive grip of the main
teaching ol his Church. As a lodge-
man will cite precedents and constitution, etc.,so should a good Churchman
have something to say about the
tenets and principles ol his Church, '
and will be able to distinguish fasts
from feasts and holidays Irom Holy
Days. Therefore read the book of
Common Prayer and Church history
and Holy Bible during Lent. Next a
good Churchman does not forget that
the Rector is human, visits him; consults with him; advi es him snd gives
him to (eel that he is a man as woll as
a clergyman, The Rector ol St. Peter's Church will be at home Thursday
evening ns usual, not for the ordinary
recreations but lor Ulks, interchange
ol thought and argument. Visit him
during Lent. Next a good Churchman is a Church gosr. -This is his
speciul business. He attends to this
department as woll as sell advice, insurance, merchandise, etc. 11 not a
regular church goer start this Lent.
"Sow an act, reap a habit,sow a habit
reap a character, sow a character and
reap a destiny." And a good Churchman iKicassionully repents. Do so
during Lent. Thc old proverb says:—
" Riqmiit the day before Ihy death."
But the trouble is, how is a nun to
know that day? Cannot; therefore dli
to every day. Lenten advice I—Be
good, do good; neither listen to nor
repeat scandal; be temperate and set
by a little money to give to tho Church
or God's poor.
Sunday, March 4th, first in Ixmt—
Holy Communion at 8 and 11 a.m.,
and - Evensong at 7:80 p. m. by the
Rector. Lenten services, Wednesdays
at 6 p.m., and Fridays at 7:30 p.m.
FISH AND GAME CLUB.
I hereby convene- h meeting of nil interested
in stroking the streams with trout, (ry, protection nf KtuiiB, plan ti nif rivors and slounlis with
wllrl rico, etc.. to he; hold In the City Hall, on
Friday, March 2nd, nt 8 p. in.
By request.
E. A. BAGGKN,
NOTICE
VTOTICK h hereby Riven that,.Til dnysnfter
1\ ilnle, we intend to npply to tl t Honorable
the Chief Tom mission" r of Land* and Works
for a r-pwinl license to cut and carry t way tini
lx-.r from the following doscrUmd land: :-
I. Binrtiuit at a postmarked "Y.fl.It; (Vi.
uorlhfasl corner posl," ptiuitcd at. it point in
chains south of the Nakusp uud Hloniii Ity.,
between the K nud (♦ mile boards, Imsiile H.
Irwin's uorth-wost corner, theuce west 4<)chaiiis,
thence south SO chaius. oust I'JH chains, north
40 chains, west Su clmins north 40 chains lo .
■mint, of commencement.
' %. Startfuuat a postmarked *'Y.tMj. (Vs
north-west corner post," planted at a paint 80
chums soulli of the 1st location and H. Irwin's
post and Wl chains south of the Nakusp and
Slocan Hy between the 8 and (-mile hoards,
theuce soiilh 40 chains, east HKj chains, south
■wuVnalint, we-l 40 chains, liorth 80 chains, west
!«i chit in*, to point of commencement.
THK VAW-J COLUMBIA MIMHKN CO.
Dated at Nakusp, H.C , Jan. .Mrd, Itui.   lilm]!!
Jas. I. Woodrow,
BUTCHER.
Rtttil Ottler Inv^asasssj-.
BEEP,  PORK,
MUTTON, Eto.
Fish and Game in Season.
All orders promptly tilled.
REVELSTOKE, B. C, %„,'»
THE CITY EXPRESS
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prompt delivery of ptroelt, baggage,
,-lc, to any part of the City.
Any Kind of Transferring
Undertaken.
TELEPHONE NO. 7.
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