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Array I'.l.   -S.V}  it   I  Librae  ]uOc Ai  I'" UJ  Vol. 7.-No. 52  revelstoke b. a, april 1; looi.  $2.00 Per Year.  M22^  "The Leading* Store.  ������>  way and equipment nre'.-i high tribute  "'"i-sfei 1 to -Mr.' Duclipsnny's-supf-riiiteii'lpiicy^  i The opening up of  ihe grand   scenery  . i in  tlif;    I'ucl.y    Mountains   hoith   of  j^t I Field is largely due to his energy  and  il!'fo:esi������!it. '    .  ..., Tlie recognition of Mr. Duc'iiesnay's  IfX* I abilities as a railroad man was at iio  Vi&s j time   bet lor evidenced   llian   by   bis  selection   to  Come-and See Our Beautiful Display  of Spring Merchandise.  Mwj 1 l i'ii nspoit.it ion   in   I  'ijk   Atliii country two-y  I   "    '  BEAUTIFUL WHITE GOODS.  Fiincy   White    Muslins.  Laces, .Yakincincs,  etc.  A11-over  examine the   means   of  the   Yukon    and  ears ago,   his  re*  1 valuable  document   to  SWISS- &. DIMITY MUSLINS,  ������������������*''' A most beautiful assortment of these |������  fashionable goods' in various colors at  ii, 17J/, 20, 25 and 30 cents.  ?*���������  *f  UNDER SKIRTS.  ,':���������'- '       ���������     '        colors���������AH prices.  EASTER GLOVES,  Mercerised Sateen, Skirts  in endless ||j'  c - (  We  sell - the famous Pen-ins Gloves  --Once worn alwavs asked for.-  I BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS.  Just to .hand the finest shipment of \ik  Hoys' Blouse Suits. These are the &&  best  made   in   Canada, and don't rip j(y|  an\  ;\vh  ere.  MEN'S CLOTHING.  Wc have   just   opened ;up a  .range ;of Nb.eaut|fuL Satin-lined.,   Ail: fp  ��������� wool ��������� Serge and   Worsted Suits, and $������  marked  them  away^tlown.    Call and [jp  .see us before buying elsewhere. ���������<*&  MoSeiizie' Avenuo.  Tnrorporated by act of Pntliamiuit lSOo.  HEAD OFFICE .- :  '       ��������� \      ..MONTREAL  Wit. Momon Maci'HKHSo.v. Pri-3.      S.Tl. Ewino, ViccPie.-.1.    .  James Elliot, (Jenerul Manngci-  PAID .UP CAPITAL - ".  ��������� .      $2,500,000  RESERVE     ���������    - ' ��������� ��������� ���������       2,050,00c  ��������� general baiiLlii-j business tfotiaactc.l.  Interest uliowod on dcposlta nt current rntcn.  J. D, MOLSON, Manager,  REVELSTOKE, B. G.  V*    Bi ' Bi 1       %/������B /fVSS^fJLaQJ a Ed. Adair, returned  lar-t   night  from liis  two  months., trip /to  the  cast and wan welcomed home hy  a  number of friends. Uo visited \Vin-  11'ipcL'. Ottawa,   Montreal,  Toronto,  Lindsay. Peterborough, and  other  point.*-'.   His mission wis in "'nicrcst  _    . . .. .. ,.,,    , . .   capital in the Big Bend.    He found  Superintendent Duchesnay Goos io Vancoimr and Inspccxor Kupatr.ck a ;^0.\ deal of'interest taken in  _ .      .,, ������       ��������� ,    1   ,       r     .1 I British Columbia but  the want of  Succeeds    Hun    as    Superintendent    of    l.e . !  PROMOTION   OF    LOCAL    OFFICIALS.  prut proving  ilusC'P.Ti.  During bis residence in the moun-  iniris Mr. Dr.chcsnny iins earned the  esteem of nil with whom he has come  in contact, and we arc sure th-.it rail  .way employes and citizens alike will  unite with us in wishing him success  iii Iiis future career.       ,   .     ,  ,  - .MH. T. KILi'ATKKJK.  It is understood th.it on Mr. Duches-  nay's depnittire Mi. T. Kilpatrick will  succeed him as .superintend.--.it of the  .Momil'.iin'DiviVion, and the company  and the public are alike to lie con*  grat.i.laled on this impoilnnt position  being placed in the hand.*; of one who  hi*- won his way up the laddc-i of the  r 1 ll.v'a'y service by, sheer merit,  Mr, Kilpatrick is a native of Sinn-re,,  County of N01 folk, Out. He has fob  lowed lailroadiug for the last seventeen  years, having started on 'lb--- building  uf the C. P. H.'round the north shore  nf Lake Superior in 1SSI. , In the  ���������������������������prii)j������ of 1S.*j he came to I3i iti-h (Job  umhi.-i and again worked on this  -eel ion of construction.  In lSfJO bis merit attracted the attention of Ihe olllcers of the company,  who immediately engaged hi.s' sei vices  a id In- has liven one of the most trust-  0 land esteemed o,f the company's eni*  ploy'es ever since. In 1SU1 hewas'ap-*  pointed to Ihe position of" inspector of  bridges and buildings with hcad-  quarler-! at Donald,, and on (hi. removal of Ihe ,C. ,1*. II: offices from,  there to Revelstoke Mr. Kilpatiick.  took' up his residence in thi? city".     ���������  Dining'bis residence, here'lie hart  taken an active interest in- municipal  affairs, baying served in ' Ihe council  for the past two years, and in January  List was elected lllayor nliwil contested  election by a large innjoiity. As 11  practical, safe business man Mr. Ivil-  palr'ick has few equals. He has shown  his public, spirit also hy the active part  he has liikin in the development of  ihe ininiui; indusliy, being a director"  of the C'.irnes Creek and , Great  Wosurn Companie'-, while be is ln-  leres.ed in several other promising  tniiiin ,' ventures.  The news I bat he is In he the new  superintend.-nt , of the mountain  diyi-icm -will he, ivcejved with Satis-  f.ictii.11 by all classes of (lie com-  mil lily,  -  It is probable that As-i.-taut-Jn  sprclor Millet will succeed Mr. Kil-  pi_M;.ck ai inspector of bridges aud  buildings,  MIIMI-U.    s^,   yHl^lirH  ED. ADAIR  Back From.the East  THE AR  Channel Blockade.  Regular Transportation how Opened  The. Vied Robinson Lumber Com  pany Iia\e bad a great deal of trouble  again < with transportation ' on the  Arm. The Archer was running regularly when the south wind blocked up  the channel ^liich had been cut by the  .ice being jammed across the opening  .and freezing together.  Again an attempt was made to open  and succeeded after much trouble.  Ic is believed that the difficulty is  now permanently over for the season^  and, that liansportation can be  regularly carried on from Monday  next.   ' -  MAD/SOfPARLORS  Opening of Sprinj Mill )iery.  by II. Sandiford for an English syndicate.  The Miner states it is pioposeil to  establish concentrating works at I.uss-  land hy which !jil ore can ha made to  pay. The provision of I he necessary  wat'T supply lo operate the concenlra-  tors will cost $1jO,(JOO.  Thti Eagle states (bat a company is  being formed, wiih a capitalisation nf  $230,000, to woik the Silver Belt, on  which are 01 e bodies from three to  eight feet wide, and that .Messrs. Kane,  of Northport, and Thompson, of Ni-1--  sini, have vi.-ited tho Oyster group on  Fish (.'reek with" a view to acquiring  same. The properly is'said to he a  freemilling proposition owned byAV.  Allen of Comaplix, 11. Htarkeyof Camborne, and J. Ernest of Kamloops.  The millinery parlors cf  Misses'  flieparcl'ife Bell  ough. to prove a  chief place of interest for the ladies  of the city, for here has   been opened .up one of the choictv-t stock.-, of  millinery, that one could wish  to  kcc. . Ladies and misscsrliats in,, all  styles .and   trimmings,    beautiful  flowers, feather.-* nnd hat ilrapings,  form a selection ���������which  will  afford  something   to   please. everybody.  Anion's so man'v  nice tl.iinr.-s it is  hard   to   particularise.-   Here- are  however specimens of   the   styles  "shown:  .One hat   much -, admired  was   in "fawn tan   effect,   roll" of  pastel silk and lace fearf, two handsome gold quills across front (ini'sh--  'ed on band with brown velvet" and  buckle. ��������� A  large black 'hat, with  toqui-ii bYiiii'."'Irimmodbwith  drape'  of'black lace over gold'iiiuehlin,and  one tip, red'roses on band,-was also  very pretty.   A very pretty hat for  a- child was leghorn with chiffon  ruche edged with gold' and -white  draw ribbon flowing,, ties giving a  pretty finish.   A turban in  fawn  with'turquoise drape finished  with  two black straw quills with ilowtr.s  at- side was very jaunty,  Laditv. in'search of .spring millinery will be well repaiu by' u visit  -to the Madison Parlor.--,  INDUSTRIAL NOTES.  J. McMahon's blacksmith and carriage shop has heen busily'engaged with  spring work. ������  The Fivd .It ihinsnn Company's mill  at Itevelstolu. is cutting 25,000 feet of  lumber pi r day.  R. Gordon is constructing a system  of iion sawdust conductors fm the.  Fred Robinson Company's mill.  J. 51. Harris,'ma linger of the.Revel-  ������toke Cigar' 'Factory, reports business  good'and the staff of tbe factory is  now on full time with plenty of ordeis  ahead.  11 .t  The Fred Ribinson Lumber Company will shortly start up llieiriiiill at  Coinaplix, Mr. Robinson having gone  there last week to make arrange-  'tneiits. "���������       ���������:  A travelling crane, operated by compressed air, lias been added to .the  plant of the C.P.R. shops and was  tested for the first I i menu Thursday by  Foreman Temple, when it was found  lo woik-well. ! ������������������  MINING NOTES  Pro^pfioloM mill iiiiiio'ownet'.i nvo invUu.l to  ciiiit,i-iljut<5 lo tli������ IOio.'ENay -.Ia.l infornv  utlon nf a rolinlil.- ulmiMctcr rcBiirclliiB their  prupurti(,.,<] diwribliiK inu-fnco wltowlnBH,  ilovcldiiincnt -voi'ls miilrui-ulliiRttiiiiUliiit it.  HMsiiiy-i, an 1 new illhcuv-iirlus. Tho editor  ik'Hii-o'- ln-imikc tlm .MAII, a incaliri of  fni'iiinliliiK to Invuiitovs riilinblo Infnriiuitinn  cuiiiici-iillii,' U10 pro-jji-ci'.- iunl .lovclijpinclit  of thuiiilnuml i-i'.ioiu-iius of Xortli ICooteiiny,  Mountain   Division.  xmjv) ywwpiw.^w-nii^  Wliil* nothiii!,' has yet appeared in  tli������ C. P, 11. olliciid bulletin, ii is now  ' certnin that Mr, Ducliesnay, who li.m  he*n -jiipprinh'iident of tbe mountain  division for the past fi\t������ years, his  received important pr<iiuotion iunl is  itbout to;reniove froni lievelstoke to  Vrt"Jtci.irVpr"'wliPre lie a\ill occupy the  pTFs'itiori iif'/A's-iistaiit-neiieral SupRi-iu-..  ((���������ndeii!,,tlie incroitsi. of tlf* cijinpaiiy'.s  ' busiueurt'iiivBritish   Columbia  necfissi  tnting the creation of ibis office to  ' ������������i.ure 'the (.(licicnt  aiJuiiuistratiun  of  ���������thflbbguiuwH*. which   has  bi.liertu de-  - vuhed onMr, Marpole.  ' , ;, 7 ������8. C.���������J.vUUClJtiyVAV--'- ���������'���������  is one of the  best  known  and   .ruist  ��������� jujjiular ahd' valued railway ollicialsv uf  '���������-. tlie' Doinihioii,' Few /companies '/have,  been so fi.'rtunutfr in   the  stilection '-of  , tr.ui.-puriiuioii   proved   the   inain'  I obstacle. '    '        '   '  I    Objection wn-r 11 No lakcii  to the  I two pei- cent, tax though Mr, Adair  't thinks if the tax were levied on the  1 as i net returns thc objection would' be  removed. "  hvvervihing looks favorable for a  i  amongst   whom   Mr.   DneliPMi/iy  long occupied a premier position.  Mr, Duelie-simy  began   his   milrom  career in 13iSI  when   what   was   ilien J satisfactory remit from Mr. Adair's  the nucleus of the C. P. 11. wux owned j trip and he expects  reproseutntive.-  and operated  ;'erhineiit.  ov*! of capital lit iv  when the country  ������������������iTvice  "tlicir olliclnls 11.1 tile C. P. II., and   tile,   tendent. or llic MouiiMiin section, , tlie  I   by- the   Dominion  Ho has been:in the  of i .lie road -'ever .���������.in.-e.    In, l.S.UO., lie  was  iippoinle.d Jo   Uritisli������������������ L'oltiiubia,  and cainc out lien: to' tnke. ���������"chiirge.; of  tiuii-itruction   of   t.lie    Uobsoii >"elson  line.    He tlieii joined  the branch  of   from him with'il view  to .bringing  the engineering dep.-uiuifait controlling   I  betterineut and  pormaueut  way,  InV   j*j  field of oper.itiuu lying mainly in  the ��������� gtitucncvi/. Mr. Gallihcf bad, been  Carciidoiind Tbouipiiiiuse^ion. . protnised $15,000 for iinprpving the  On-Mr, Marpole b'eiiig proiiioted tn j u|i)>c'r river, and Mr. Adair urged  thr* position of General Supe.rinteude.nl j that lie should .endeavor to, liave  of. '1 lie Pacillc divi^ou in 1807 Mr. itlie work put ill haiViyl)(;foi:o. high  Diicliesnay Miccerde.d him us" supci in- | water, suggesting an expeilditui't'of  can be examined in sprin;  'Mr. A'Jair sjiuuks//highly ufvilic  'way in whichhe was"' rncui veil '"ai  Otta-.vi! by, \[r-( (.rnllilibr,/M, 1',,'who  was glad to; get- all inform.'.tiou  from him with 11 view to. bringing  l.'cfcrc the g'jycrutuc.n't tbe' reipjirc-  meets of this rC-ctiiiti of.bis'-eou*-  Uuifortu   courtesy." meU'il out  tibthi.  j.1 ubliii, togBtlmr with e.icellencu uf-udi  , niirjiiitrijit.i/itl   am   t,lir.,, rcaiM .������j[,.i]j������'  uio-it ditilcult' n'ld riisponsiblu section  to iiiaiiagn .of tliu whole line. The  1',1'glllnr.it'y of tiii).service, and  t liu  mirjistrijiti/iti  am   t,lir, , re.np,t,  ot, ill". r,eglilnr.ity ia tnij/scrviciv and  tlm cn-  -foOOO i 11 reniovitig Houldcrs iu the  rapids, -toOOO on a tr'ainwiiy round  Death rapids, atnl $5,U0Q in upo|t������  i������na m the-", rivw. .nm)K'tf tyww  The Graiiby smeltei' treated 1,400  tons of ore hint week.  The Nnrthpoi-I smeller and Le Uo!  mine will use Crow's Ne>t coal.    .  P. Fal'iihani, of New Voik, has  taken up the. bond on tbe famous Red  Line piopert.y at Windermere.  The.Cnr.'ii-.s Creek .Mining and D-'vel-  o|*menf Cmirpanj- intend resinning  operations during  the | resent inontb.  The American liny of .Slncan shipped  2<).'J Ions of ore In Ihe ll.ilh Alines  Mii-ller which nvei.-iged $1000 to $]'M)  11 car.  The .St. Kugenc, al M.iyie, lurned  out oyer IjdOO tons of i-oiici'iili-ales last  inonlh, l|l is proposed'to -but down  lbe mine owing to I be fall iu lead.  When in Montreal, Kdwiird Uuranl,  la I !��������� of the JJ. A. C. at Rossland, exhibited ore from the Lav Inn', in the  fyiirdeau, \. Inch he said ran f*. 100 a ton.  List week 1.001 Ions' of ore were  ���������.hipped from Sbciin Lake, of which  Ihe principal items were i .Arlington,  810 Lou-! l!cwett,-ot?0 tons;   Bosun, tfXI  UltlrV 7     s ' ."'.- ���������''. .   , y ',  ' b-Vriih strike is repurted on thy'I'iue  Blue ne.'il-, Kafio, when  it is stated a  fine body i.f copper/orb running 12 per  ct-pt"copper -ifiid iari'j'iug gold valuef,  wiiB'struck. -. ��������� '��������� ���������u' ���������  Mi'. -Ilyiiins, the Aiii?ric.in siueU������������r.  man  who  fell oiit with the sinelter  trust,  jiroposes lo erect a'silver-hind  sineltei- in East Kootenay with a capn:  city of1000 tons a day,  v the Batik of MinVlreai',*.hi,is| says the  Silvei tonlnni luilided t he Fisher Maiden  at yilvei'tnn to gpokniie partle.'i who  will shortly stun work, and t|ie Cijnd^r,  we c/n SCHOOLS  -MsM-slM ll  Report for March.  division r;  Class V.���������Bessie Lawson,' Erne.*t  Hanson, Frank l.uerin.'  ,  Class IV: 'A���������Pearl -Robinson;  Mary Edwards', Hilda Hobbs. ���������  ClaSs   IV,   B-*���������Jo-eph-* Howson,  Jo? jph Morgan, Grace b'otnes.  hiVisioN 11.  (!lass IV.-Nellie Daniels,   Wji-  nie'McCrurv, Peri'v Oi.nne.  , Class' JJJ. Sr.���������Arthur  Bennett,  Grace, Cord on, J.osie Aiiislie.  Class III. Jr.���������Eleanor Bel J, Lib-  by Burget, Maggie CaldiT.  invistu.v II!,-  Class II. iSr.���������Violet Robinson,  Olive Bell, Kobert MeCrury,  ..  Class II.  Jr.���������Tom   Wiikinson,,  Agnes Blackberg, Annie Corsoii.  ���������  First Reader-���������Clifford Urquhart,  Arthur CulOy, JohivCukhvell.  UIVISION IV,  First Reader���������Mabel llav,'Ktliel  Bbiekberg, Maggie Nealon', Edna  Bruce.  sieeond Prinler Sr.���������Emma   Morgan.   Kathleen  Bennett.  Second ['rimer Jr.���������.Laura Mubbs,  h'undy McRne, Eva Doyle,  UIVISION v.  ' Class III.���������Eric, Coursier,  Willie  Piekard'i Diiuean Kennedy.  Class II.���������Leon Sollowa'y, Charlie  Smith, Ixcggii! Wol.-ev.  .(.'lass   r.��������� llarry   Floyd  l/iiwrt'iie". \11nu11n MeLe-ii  Anderson,    Doris  ���������la im.  LEGISLATURE  The Railway Question  Control of Freight and Passenger  Rates     on i. Railways.---The  Coal Supply for ��������� Kootenay.���������-:  Th5 School, Bi IL ' - ���������  '      '  , (By Telegraph.)  (Kroni Our Special Corruspondciit.l  VicroitiA.   T/ist    Night���������Several'  petitions, were   received   yesterday'  asking for  government  ownership  of'railways..      . *  Th'e day was taken up with con-,  si'deration of railway bills in  committee of the whole._  c  Ifon. \\r. C. ' Weils   introduced  a  bill for inspection  uf  boilers  and  engines, and,to provide for examin- -  ation and qualifications of engineers.  The bill was commended by both  sides ui the house.      '        "���������-:.  The .school bill was concluded" in  committee.   . ''   ���������  , The   sections   relating    to ��������� thc ���������  powers of trustees were struck out.  "Martin will move  uu' the. third"-  reading that city-school districts-of-  the third   class'will   include   aU..  .towns where  the,..actual  daily  at-,  .tendance falls.'below  '250 and in-'  eluding   Columbia,   Grand Forks,  Greenwood.     Kamloops.       Kaslo,  Phoenix, Revelstoke, Sandon,  Vernon.    ��������� '  .ft is understood the government,  will bring down' legislation-to provide for or, encourage irrigation in  tho dry belt. ' .    <���������"'���������  ���������' Hoii.'D.M. Eberts today proposed  11. new section  to be   inserted   ijn ',  every railway bill at the third reai>-.;  ing.'as   follows; ��������� "The   cc'mpany.  shall before the railway  is o\ ened b  for   carriage  of freight "ar.d   pas-"  scngers,giyc security to satisfaction  of ��������� licuteiKint-governoijsin-council/'  ���������'-'Thai.  '   licutenant.-gs^'ernor-in-"  council shall have absolute control  of rates for freight- and pas.-er.ger,  trallic. --. '       ,     , ���������  : "'rhar in event of a charter being  granted by. -Dominion-* government . ���������  to jirbriiiiters-hcre for a Title;of rail-,  "wa'y'oter or paraHcT-tairroute pre���������  pu;ed in this act the foregoing con-   .  di'tions shall be assumed and carried  out by thc company so incorporated  as a contract and obligation of said  company, prior to any other charge  thereon,"    , . t,  In addition lo tho foregoing) ih-  tho C. N. 55. Railway bill, -ThntJ;.  supply of cual and coke for- use in '  the counties of Yale and Kootenay  satisfactory to the iieu'tenan.���������govei-;  nor-in*council shall at all  times be  furnished by the producers thereof',  in   Kootenay - before, the   railway  shall carry any coal or coke scpro- ���������  cluce.d," . ��������� '���������  Mr,   Curtis   moved    a    simijar  amendment to the Comox and Capo  Scott railway bill and.several other?. ���������  Mr. Martin  moved   amendhie'nt'  that before thc railway acts go*into  force, companies shall  make cash ���������  dcpos-i'is satisfactory to lieutenr.nb  govei'iior-in- council, a- security for  ! carrying mit foregoing provi-ion*.  ������������������  j     Tbe ih'hiu*' wa- itdji-iiruedi  Mi'bj'uy!i.ii'niovd fur I'lip"!'.-' vi-  - "^���������-''*���������>������������������ v'- garding pack train to Olivette,Legn.  Gla;-.-  1.���������Flora Forbe**,   Maude , fender and Legal Tender Traction,  .Simmons, Alfred Tapping. j mineral claim*** at Ro=sland, and all  Class  IL���������Fred (.oddard, _ Ritn j correspondence  regarding   petition  Dovle, Donald Calder.  At the next sitting of the .Stipri-iui'  Court, to be held nt Heyelsloke on  M.iy 7lli, four civil/ciisi-ii ar.j entered,  and two: (.'liuilnii,!,, ciisi's; oiiibiignliist  Ching for nss,aiilt| iind liu.1 btliei  iigaiivst M..cDonuld for breaking giiol,  Cliief-of-Pollco Bain,has bad a pretty  bard liibk before- biin in getting the  lijfuriu������.tlou Ibriiuglnliut the"city a*.  reipitrc-d b,V'!thu -liealtb/'bCoaiuditee;  with a view to Improving tbe ecavei*.  ging service. The Chief/bad'hi fact 10  make a young census, and met -with  .some (jiieei-.experiences in the, course  'of bis rouu'ds collecting the -i 11 form.i'-  tion. . Hotnp thought he was iibmllKT  .and j-lninuied the d'joi' ,011 hU face..  Othera lyckoued be .:H,iUBt liu afirr  raising  (be iaxes, , 11 nil/ sliowed ills  1 of   right!  records, judgments, etc.  con net", ed with the same.  Hon. D, , M.   JSbcrte   agreed   to  bring down the papers.  ; '��������� f'uveritl'.priviae.bills' passed com--  niittc-o stogo-'fa/hcl the h'.'U.*". *idio':rii'  cd .till/Tuesday,'April l'i.  A Wotmn kilfad,  Clin ium, '0>-1,' Uf * S'ight���������Mrs.  Goo. A.moH'was .k-iihd m a run*  uway yesterday.  /'  Todd Murder Case.  ���������WiNXii-i.i-i,������������������'f.ast...Xight���������JuiT in  .the Gordon murder ease brought iu  verdict of /manslaughter against  Donald. Todd.   .Sentence  deferred  liirjUinltlveri'iiM Kt-ant ,,cnuri.e.'.vb   Vet   lb aHovy ib'gumom of point', pf:\%*f  ':���������'/���������  rananflRaRraaerangins^  BMW HE KOOTENAY MAIL
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jr>~? I'RINTl YO of every kiiul at most reason
able i-rtlcs .md shurlcM notice.
AVCOUXTS for job printiiiK or advpi-tiuint.'
li.iy.ibli' on fhe flrr-t nf nverv month; mi!-.-
scri|iiiou*. ii.iy.iblo i-triclly in' iidvaijce.
COi.KK.SPOXr>K.\"CE invited on all malters
cf lnoiil ur public inleru-i. All L-niniiuiiiiea-
tioii.-i to the Kdilui* iiiu-i 'k- iicnum-Minieii
by llic name of the -vi-itcr. not iipco-wirily
fui* piihliu.ii miii. hut, 3.= an rviili-iirn o'f
pond fait h. ('.-ii-i't!u;iondeiico iiiiitst reach tho
oflice hy Tiii-sd.-iy im i-ninf,' in (inter to Iind a
j.lace in the !ir*t i*,sm* ol llio .Mail after
'   rccoipt.
Tiik Koote.vay Mail,
Kevel:.toke, B.C.
P. 0. fiox 7'*, itevclstoko S'liition.
Telephone N'o. '.'.I.        '
supply of ore.** from the south but j
from the Big Bend country on the
north, from tbe Kamloops district
on-the west, and from North-East
Kootenay to the east. What Kaslo
is arranging to do. (Revektok.c can
do with a strong pull���all together
���on the part of tbe citizen-*.        '    j
A matti.I! that the businos men
and citizens of Revelstoke generally
should take up is the reduction of
the freight rates to this city.
Nakusp. for instance, has the same
rate as Nelson, while Revelstoke is
taxed a much higher rate than Nelson and 'lake points although the'
haul is shorter. This is an instance
of the inequity which characterise.?
the freight tariff at present jn force.
d    x6ci
The Favorite Tea of Britain and lier Colonies.
Grown By British Planters.
. '    Amusing to see foreign teas advertised as clean.  '
I-s it not filth that colors them ?
("opie*. of Tin: Mail ihuv .jcol-t.iiiK.fi t'rom
the fullu.vlii'-' i'iiy .i^cnl-i
.1. W. !.|-N.\TT,r.
C.lVMi V  |)i;i*i; ,v   l'��n,\- Co.
K. II. W'r.i.i.,-.
j Revelstoke wants no favors���ju.-t
the same opportrnify as any.other
town to push its ltu*.'ne**s,
Ceylon-  Teas    are    sold   in   sealed   lead
packets   only,    never   in    bulk.      Black.
Mixed   ' or." UncolorecT   Ceylon   Gresn.
Samples on Application.   Address "SALADA.S Toronto
& hot air and oleetric boll* ��b<1
light in every room.   Free bug meetf UI
Night Grill Kooni in connection far tt<
convenience'of yue.ds arriving an.1 d<>-
liai-lnifjby nijjliL trains. Hourlj-itreet
ear between hotel and Mation.
c lon'iio.v, i:n(;��� agk.ycv.
l.riii.inii, Kii-jliind. olHi-f, ll.i!''leol .-.I'vct. K.C.,
(Vnirnl I'l-i;-,.-. ,\^ney, Miniu-<J, Affeni-..
'J'lie Iiii|iei*i,il Type Foundry Co., Limited,
Ail\titi*,!iiif Akiiiii^ A Hit'Ii ciroi-t, lliviiifurd.
Lon lun ��� ���'.. Knb'liiiid. '
fen 1 nil I Yens Ajfoncj-, Ciiimdiiui AclrertisiiiK'
Ab'CIK-y, ..ycllLw.
A. MeKIni & Co.. Agent.".
I-lrnlxiiMU, Arivii-l.niii-; Agency.
Sl'OKA'XK Atili.VCY.
Alexiiii'lcr & Co., Adverli-int? Ajjeiil*
1'., Kn-nl Niiiional i^anl. liuililiii;,'.
The government of ihu provinee
have taken a new departure in the
matter of a railway policy, and the
departure is one which is'a decided
improvement oh the pa^t system of
easb and land grants.' Here���are
the conditions on which application;* are invited fpr a railway from
the Coast to Ivootcnay.r-rXo subsidy to be payable till the line is
absolutely completed .and in run
Institutions , That   People   Shou'd
Avoid. -
I ' ~ '	
It   i.i .no  cri'ilie (ii I.bv.'li-iiike Hi, ( it
the properties are not given credit
for bodies of valuable ore known to
exist. It is said that it was due to
the illegitimate way in which the
officials of these companies are expected to run the properties that
.Mr. Hasting.-- resigned, as be refill-ed to lend himself to any such
dishonest policy,' It is a pity thai
some means could not be  found  of i ���".-l'l"" ts half a ilo/.en Chine.,.'l.uinilrie.-.
punishing  people   who   are . con-j |" "'",v���- "' w'��'" '"!"��'-   n.	
cerued in'this sort of thing, to the
detriment of the good 'name'' of the
mining industry' of the province.
One way of checkmating- it would
be to provide by Jaw for the com-
j pulsory examination of OYcry mining ' /property, by the Provincial
Mineralogist', and the publication
of a true,', report  by him. annually
Wine & Liquor Merchant
i, '*���
���s,...j.... i... ...in .. 11s'i.v11 .Jiuiit'ai- i,iimcnf.-.
iii prel'eri'iic-i'   to whitf lnlior.    CIiihim-     et* '"���  -^_^_^ ���
I.i tie, out ot   llii' ciiiiiili'v   foni-.fifiljs, of , frL^i-,.-..,
I he   money, i hey   ,,������,.,   ��l.,.,,.,s   rli.-' ���fe^^L-^  **--.
earning*,  ol.oin* own kiili'iiiu] kill him \/f Ct^^^^^^^^^m
iif,M.i"  ex|ii'ii(li'il  in thi- ciiy.   Hr-MoVis. fe.\ \T^''ZJZ^iW^^^,
Hit- fillhv hnliii.^ fit" f;iiiii..��,. i ,i,,.. f.^'.T^-'.'.'-A' ��� b'b"  .7,*:-,'v"i!iv'i"':
K. C. D.i!
Ill iiiul  Gj Mercliaiil.- ICxeliiinse,
I in:   ICooi'ir.v.iv  M.in, bus n  ii-t-.--.t-f-I.-i-.--- *-it--
cnlaliuii in tlie (Mtv ol KuveMoke ami sur-
rmiiKliii'jrti-.trict.'iuifl uUu at- L!ie lollowini-
Albert Canyon   ' Illoclllcwivut,
Glnciui-   . ' l.-oj-ei-fi I,ii-,��
Golden Snliiiiiii Arm
Ai-nnvheml 'I'Iioiii.-iiiu's I.undititf
'    Ciiinn|iliv C.iinljonio
Tumi l .il;c City >'ui*i;ii��uii
ll.ilejon lint .Sjiriiit-r.-s Nal*ii-.|>
Itiiilini City J,'ii-C Vnllev.
ning order; ,lx-nds to be put up for i Urf to th�� ore^1 s^ht ;ind the Vallles
the'o,.-er.-.tion of the ruad uficr the I' thm'uf-' wi,h :l ��"�� i^iii of = the
subsidy has been paid; government | n:an,K,r in "hu"h lhu ,nini; ii? ul;ei'
to receive 4 per, cent, of the gross j'
earnings which -.hall be a firs
charge on'the earnings; line to. run
Oniec: Taylor Block, Maekenzie Avenue.
Ori--ici;s :   Moi-soxs   Hank  Bj.ocic,   Ri:vi-:i.*
'STOICK, l). 0.
Money lo loan.
Ollice*;: Uevel.sioke, B.C.; Kort Steele, 11, C.
Gi;o. S. MtiCAU'i'i-ii., J. A. Hakvkv, '
Revelstoke, R. C. Kort, Steele, II. C.
wholly within the province; government to have absolute control-'of'
freight and passenger rates; daily
ferry service between^main land and-
Yancouver' ..Island ; constlaiction
work to be let by open " contract,
conditions of'which shall be subject
to approval of government ; no
Chinese. Japs or aliens to be employed.   ���
ated,' .This would l.e'some check
^ ion the ni. cality.which some people
seem to think can be legitimately
.applied to the mining industry., and
it would lea protection bo those
investing money in our mines.
The province owes thei-e investor's
every legitimate protection- and
this is one. way (if affording it.
.McKenzie Ave.,   -   Revelstoke, B. U.
This is an industry,which- must
shortly be established in Ibis 'province and every .effort should be
made to, have Revelstoke selected
as one of the  first,  points  for  the
ni i i
The Greatest Medical; Discovery of
the Nineteenth Century.
To llic Iicl it or of ihe ICootknay Mail:
,'Sii, ���In my, youlli F w.-is foml of-
cliiiicini-. anil took in escry dance foi.
miles 'ii'onnil. Th.it is .years ago. ].-
fell ;i i'c,ii(]y viclim lo i lu'iiiiiiiLisin 12
yc.-ii'-. afro, anil have heen a' MillVi-cr
ever .-ince. Nniliiny- M'etned lo jfive
me relii-f. nniil | -I'ciii-'d'a 1|(IX  of Dr.
iitfi'.m  expeinli'il  in thi- cily.   13--'.-iiles.
the lillhy hahii.s pf Cliiin'sc huindiy
men are well-known to lli(se'i\h(i Inive
-Viitclii'il   Ihe .opi'fillinii  w hil-ll is* i linr-
iii'teri.-lic of Iln. .JI]iiK'..i' l.-iiiniler, when
he   cln-6i.se.-*   Iiis   l*o<hU   by   lillin-r   |]i-
inonth '.\illi waler and..-iiiilin^ it uvi i
Llie i-loihiiifi he ImikIIc.*,.    So obj *ciioii-
nlili!   Ii.-ive   nii'dical   mi'ii
sysle.'ii   a.** a   iin-aiis  uf tl
I lie   di-i'il.ses   -n'|.|||i,ii'   In
llial    in    iliaiiy   lilies   the  mil hoi il ie-.
have tai.en slt*|i*. Iii" ^,t<>fi it.
\Vheii   I here   i*   ;i   -Iimiii     l.iiiiKh-.v
i'|iei"i(ed   liy   wliiti.- ltilunv a*^   in   thbs |
city," there   i-   no   e.\cii*-e   i'or   pen
puiionizintf (jhi.iese.    Thii-ie w ho .di
mi  would   lie  (he  lii-M   lo   kick  if  the
Ciiii-.i'**e   i'iK'1'oiu'heil    'on     Ilieir   own
oecup.-itioiT.' mid "limy   on��lit to have
snnie  consideraiion   I'm*, mid  snppoil,
ciii/.i-ns" of*1'    their      own     i-iir-e.     in
making*a   snece^  i.f a lui-iiicM* whic h
.isbn   the direction1  of j-iv.it.er cle.uili-
ne.si! and he.-ilth.
Newly built.'.-��/FiistcUei
in every respect. All
modern cor.^'hiencei.  ���
Liii^'e saniple, rooms. Fir*
pi oof s.ife.':'*.��� Free 'bn��
mecls irflijri-niiis.
Under mini' management.
. .'l 'fnOUT LAKE^ITY
,,   rr location  ol  the  industry.    Dunn-'
J'   Al. SCOTT, 15.A,, LL.B. ,i , b,      -   * . ^ i ,..    ,   . "b,.     ,,  .77    ""
 .        ' ��� ,                 , the  past   year   the,, price   ot wood ; Clarke -, Wond.-i lid Utile R<t1  Pills
i'.i.im-itpi*    ��;���,������������    v ...     ���    ! P*ill'bas doubled.    The demand is i'M-v  '���"'������"���ery since  I .ii.^u,   w,kinK
LARm.l���..i;Soi;ic    ,      ^,Ul,        kiui��   ()i;it ractic!llIvim M.e^l.N. has  heen   niiraudons,   and
.., i     , ���        ' .      '      , '',       f"*'lhehr*tliiiieiii lSyi'iiri-, I wasahle
Mble   to    over-supply   n.   aud   the j (() participate in �� M,ci���l dunce, ������d am
market is ,an  ever increasing oncj now almost entirely  well.    I   hope
A- Raging, Roaring Flood
��� Wai-hi-d   down 'a   .(.elefjiMph    line
which C'lia*-. (!.   Kllis,  of-Lisbon,   la.,'
hud lo ri'pair.....'-Sta'ii.dinif  wniM, deep
in icy water,"' lie  write*,  "irave  ine a
terrible   rolcP and   congli*    J|,    grew
woise daily.'1 Finally ihe In st doctors
in_ Oakbiinl.-'-Nvli., ��� Sioux   (Jil.y    and'
Onuili.-i  said  I  had  coi .sumption  and
i-onld  not live.   Then   I   hpgnn  usinjr
Dr.  King's  New  Discoiery   and   was
wholly   coied   by six   hollies.','    Po*-i-
(ively guaranteed 'for Coughs,   Cold-,
and nil Thi oh I -and Luiu.,  I rouble*, nt 1
A dry powder put tip in 5II1. packages and in 25'bcatiifful shades;
When house cieaninu: be sure and-use. MURALO and;havc'f6me-
thino- lor your w ork.    Kasily applied and wont rub off. ���.'''""'    .
McLennan, McFeely & CO. Ltd., 122 Cordova St.r'Vantouver, B. C::
1      ASSAYKR.
Royal Sohool of Minos. London.
Sovcn years at Jlorfa ^Vorks, Swiin-ioa.
Seventeen  years  Cluof  Chemist to Wigan
Coal iind Iron Co., Kill,'.
lMo Clieiniht'iind As.-ii.vci-. Hull Mines, Ltd.
..very description  of assay mid  analytical
work undertaken.
Cl'iitns f.xaniiiicd mid reported uiion.
^AIimno Encinkkh,
(Mem. Anieri.-.iii  lii-lituie .Minim,' lln-ruiecr. 1
l.Mem. Ciiiindiiiii .Mininj; In.-liluti-.l
Ibaiiiiiialioii nf and rcpia-l.*. on  MliU'riil I'ro*
1'crtics a tfpl'c-i.-ilty.
olher>ni,*iy  pro lit by  mv experience.
E. J. Unil, U. T. R��� Liud'.-ay.        '     ���
1 o '
I     Sir.-'-Pleimu u.<e  my   name   in   any
the ; way you like  to show  ihe  wonderful
At the'beginning of  1900 the price
ran, about  $7.(J0.    Then  it rose to
'tlO.oO. and  the  last  quotation we
have seen  is  $15.70.    Durin
past ten years the  British  market j '���-���-.-���lis that Dr.  Clarkibs. Li'itli.  JRed
has absorbed near.lv a million tons ���' PilIs Iiavp vvltulo1-*- '������ >"y ease.   j. was
of   Norway   puln, apart   from th^! ,ls",f,'r,.'',fur:Hyi'",sfr,,m ''J'"'"^8'"'
i      : ,, _., " and could get no i elief,    Six   boxes  of
supply  trom other   sources.     The , he pills made me ��� well man.  I might
country   about   Revel.-toko   has an al>o inention thai ,i friend, uho was a I
ill)|-|ieil*e'iirca Ot timber well ,-uiU*fl life-Ions snuvivr fi-nin   rlieumati.Mij,   it, ,|
for  the  purpose, with   nin^.nifieent "'"�� l'.>.iriny: lestimony to tbe**e iiiiir-
I'lie Canada Drup -k Book  Co'-*.
oU/'enKand $l.(X).,
Prii e
water pow-*r-'. while I��evi-i-**r<ike i- ,i
'���en Ira I   loi-arioii   with   u-noil  tran��-
vel|im? pill-.. Il-ivinpr'al-n been   eulively ���
cm id.    A. N   Iii own, Ode*.--;!, X. V.
- Trees " Seeds  Plants -
������   ' .        *
Sixly viu-ii-iios of Apple, cMra elioiuc
.*l��;k of Chcn-ic*., Aprieul-, I'uaeh,
Rliuii.siind I'i-uno-.
Ncwimpoitiition'iif li'**,t clii.*,s Illiiiilo-
deiidron*.. rRo-.i>N, cieniati.*,, Jliij Trees,
Hollii'--, HccIku I'liinti-, di'.
Xo iifaiils nor cotiiiiil,*,*i(itis lo p,*u*,
Order*, dug. in one tliiy yon run tret llio
is'inic'\v.'i.k. ,Nu fiiiiiiifiiiiiijtiiiii'Inspuo.
tioii clmrgc-.. .(ii'i'i'iiliollse pliinU, ueri-
t-nltiinU liiipUineiiK furlili.soi.--, ete.
l.iii'fa'w-tiiiitl iii'i^Luiiinplelii-iiii'k In the
ri'oviiuie. Si ml I'm- cni-ilnguo or mJi
uii.l in.il.c youi-.-*' Icuiioii*. bi'iure ijliiL-iiiir
j-onr orders.   Addi.-*;
M..J. Honry, Yandfliivei��; B.C.
ART S.QT7AKB3,:"%'
linoleums,        :.;
curtains, jsrq.v E^.
Lvve'-yth'n,!,' to furnish a Home i.i mo.icst n' e'ab)ratc style./  "' %'��� ���
Write for our ujoi Ct.ta'ogiie~*free. It contains iooo illustrations, all prfc.^
Complete Furnishers,
Victoria, B. �����?
No. 4 K.-W.-C. BIiOCIC, NELSOK, B. C. ,
ft'.'lk?^^                                                                                v '. ' ,,-A    ���-���     i>
Mll'.l'. ."\ II,U.Nt. UOI.D properties Wiiiiu-d .it onc-u for ICiihteiu liivcstoK�� >��� *'       '.'- ������   ���'-
l-JXr(VAx'l:KVm',evlnl1uT(ll1.Pl'0,JL'I'IJ  f"r "lll�� uro m*��<^ ���� ��nd mmplcF of thcir'ore to the
All --,iiri"(ilc'- sl-milii liusoiit by (\.\prcss. I'RKI'AID,    '  '                            '" * ���      \
Coiiespoii'leiiei;,*>olieiled.   A.Uli-Usi.ill coiiiiiiuiiKiiilioiin to ',       " ��� ���'       -
TiilephOiiu Xo. Ii'l. "l*. 0, Ho\ 700,
ANDKBW r. BOSE^BEItGEli; Nelson, B.C,  '
��� - - - *"' .*���
porlation to all pur.- of, tie' W'-rhl.
No doubt the (.'. P. lb, wunl>i <_riv<;
special rates to jironion- an irnJu.-trv
j which b -ucl
uch a large  cm]-lover  of
valuable;! factor in
t��be 'IRo'otenay flDail! ,*b0Jr a,;d >0 va��M^"��f^'
_���_ ���. u j the development of the couirry,
TIIL-RSIJAV,   APRIL J," 1001.       \
have   information    from   a
Tin; SilviM-toniaii says that Pnv-i
dent-* Sl].-uii.'hiie*.sy of the (.'.P.l^.. j niiuinu' man. who know
and .Jim Hill of the Great Northern. ! he -.peak--', that lb-re i- v.-rv irreai
are working together, and when ,' dissafirfuction in tin- Rowland
they are it is rime for both tho Pro- j camp and nmonj: iir.r-tor-s -/eneral-
\incial and Dominion c'ovei'nrni.'nts j ly over the .idm.ni-tration of the
to put an cxtr.'i guard with mach'ne Centre .Star and War K.igle mine*!,
guns.over their n)oiii;y chc.-ts. ' i Our informant  *fate^   thai   '-ertain
 " lll\'''��lii|'-     i-i.)  iiii'ted       ".ill;        llii'si-
mini- ere, u-iug l le-;r inllur'nei' h,
ireiyo mil tin- -n ni'i-.-il >loi'k-lndd"i-
by tho '-iri'iil.itb n of   rej n;-;> v hjrh
ill'i' I'll Icllla'.i'd  to    '���(,lie.-a [    i|1(;    [������in.
Jd ' value    of    the-e    ]-roporfic-.   and
Dr. slick.-'.-* Litlie lied Pili.*, are,;)
[losilive and i*i*i lain em i-fm* la i;i ippe,
'I !i(*nm,*i!j*iii, is-.|!iiiia.p,-iialy**is,(.'at,*ici-|i,
czeuiii, I'-onsh4, bic-kiic-lie, indigestion,
all ���stoiiincli and liver lioubles, female
, c"ouipIaii.t>, even wli-n the di.-ease*.
b.-iv.,' l)��-(-n -Jaiiding ,foi- many year.*-,
ihe iijo-t stubborn cum-!* will yii-ld.
Prii-.- '>() cents per box. For sale by
Canada. Dni-jr fc D,,ok Co., Gio. F.
L'nrlb. a nfi Field k Jjbvs.
Dr.   (*I;irk>-'-*  Si.c- (.'in-.
Greenho'usas. and Salerooms :
3009 Westminster Road.
whereof   and Dr. (;iai kib .Siire ("in ������ for Ei-/.i-t\i;   '
for ! 'iit.ai'i'li, ���
.   i
a I
'-.ailie,  price, ylO)   will   be   paid fm ,ttiy
case l||i>y will nb|   pi-i ui.iiiently core,
li w
.Mi:. J [i.i s,*,,v, ,\i.p,p.. ,-,... ,V,.|.oii.
h - propii-cd (],(.��� Ik,-,) -iilntiiiii of
the ('row'- .\'e*-t railway di'llb-iilly
���namelv   that   ii   l-c  owned   and
. .nil ing (ue ii..nl ' I
Fr'Ig'IS'iH      1-,     {,,
III I'M l'|  \ ,,     ','   !llj!i'*,||i'
���iii'ii lier li'ili'l.
P.    UlJI'llV   ,l||fl      (J
' li"   i"'"/iti'.i'.'t
i ,\ ei'k !i .
i 11 e  ,'.',il it*,i oi i
bin..i    -ii.fi
1 md   with   u (,',)iik'.s.lIiu .picstion  ol" when:  > oil can.piircliasc to tbebest'' -
advantago   A   SEW   .SJ'KING   SUIT.    We   have just'opened'11^'lour'
Spring Stock of Suits, Pants, Shirlsl etc., and feel -safe in 'saying that'we
cm   more  than  please  you in'those lines.    We alsp cdrfy the' SLATER- ���'���
.     ,1   f    .     \-:. .'
Ncedlebs,to .say our Groceries are always satisfactory.   Drop in" \vj.'erf ���
assingand see for yourselves.     Costs you  nothing to .see go^fc'tfrffo b b .
trouble to show t'heni, - ',     :-'   a.-'J^---
';; -Front Street, Revelstoke, B.C.
<l, ii*'j'1-1
'���till her-, .ii.il .\.
'��� uidon.   ,11 '��� to
ic  governmeni
way ll.e  government   will
���. : reduce tin- price of the .-to'-k on the
able to proleb the fuel ,-upply for' market ,-o (hat it ban be bought in
fie .-meltin"  and   manufacturing! -1}' *'-0it-* m f*-1(i swim. ' We are in:-
Inn,-lied   !-,!*.   )i ,w   i.|n.ir .,,,,1,-j
One    liiili'lii-d
*.hi''e. .Mitn-li  1 *'.
'V, 1} i'o-iile'*i l.uibii.ig in the loner
town Kevt-.Utoke. ii to be pulled down
and moved to F:.r'.'u.*o:i ,.'.' H'j!!o".-(iv
duing the .','ji,-.
i:itere.*t: r-t 'hr- jTo-.inc-; in thc ��r��t i, surerl   thiit in  both   tl:s?e   mir.c-��
place-. [ tiioro aro,lirce !.'--J:o;.of ore Lno-vr.
- : tc axiti' oi  i  "h\\a; ���" - h ir, 1 i   -'���oulrl  '  '
-M^i^Cr   mc-u   ar3   agreed   that,J place tbese propertiet amongst thc      1��tVlh, J;j?Air--��\   |"if'h  ���"''.���-,
w,K'n.the,.\. \- K. railway  ,s  com-j favorite market ,t.,cks-ii, lb-j.rm-, lU(} u���K<i .Uy r<r.'Xb hob ', .\,,ir1(*i..l
jdeh'd mi a.-. (,-.  conifccf   Hi*;vl;lHf'okc,'.Jiii;o, ii tho'lriith   w-'re   Irtl'd *ib��iiil'b'^ir l>riifu��, g-ire ,-r;:Ji},000 to hi-; fi^ii i
di -ect wiili (lie Lar<:eau, thi.-- eit\
w ll iifford nslirst-class-sitc for the
e tablii-lnpent of- tlie ^n-t-ltiiiff in
them. Work and thi: shipment of
ore are confined to the poorer' ore-
bodje.H of the properties, especially
(hi?tr>,  coipn.;>|.di)^ . iv-*. cnly a Jr\ % va:;c 0/ tj.b \\'nt  f^^'b ���"��ii'J,'.-Vurlr
line, so iImi, ileal' pe.iplo arinble p, i
dioijui'i; ihe P..ir 7>i*ikiis may Iia.ve litem
free. ; Ad'h'rss No. S!U T|,o Niulnil-ion
riiHtiule, 780   fOigliili b-lveiiue,    .New
A Speedy Recovery
on ihr-'f lliiiiL'ij'.ii good pli \ - '
siei-ui, a goor] nurse, and 11I1H0-I
)iua purity, and iiiiifoniiity of)
the drugs ai.d uiediidiies 'euj. !
,���   ployed in thfc cii.*,eb' '
-Always Come Here' ��� '*"���'/". [
wiih   your   pi'-'-r.'irplion.'-i,    and
foi toiiet and balli'ri;(|iii.siti.'S.'
George F. Curtis,
"The Druggisi,	
jS-iU>i'!��.ior io Th', Md). A. WJCo.
Jil>ly furnished with the choicest thc market
affords.      Mcsi   Wines,  Lujuors. ;&. Cig;irs.    -  '���'-'���'"
Kittcs $1 a nl.iy. ��� Monthlv ran;.
��� 1 <"* fi
WHolosalo-and Retail        '   ..;.". ;,:'
' * . 1 *. *\ * ,1
��� .   ���   .   Meat Merchants*
Head Office, Abattoir and Gold Storage:      ���'.
��� -^^^Calgary, Albeyta,-' -
Kir-l clii.*�� -leeper.-. on nil train.-,
Tourist Oars
Ta-s ItevcMokc Daily for St. I'.-nil,
Kritlny*. for Montreal iiml l.o-lon,
���Sunday., and Wednesday- for Toiunlo.
Li-rtvo Kevols-lohcat jfilu.
Main Line
i        Kootenay Lodg-e
*fUH*   Xo. 15 A.P. & A.M.
v        tfrll *    *     TllCU-gul.U-IliCI'i'-IJ-,
ire held in tlie M;u-^
on;.* Temple. I.ouiuo
A Beautiful Engraving of
For Only 10 Gents
J ,
Regular Meeting.
] aval-ic ���
fiiilor."-: j
'H) Ci-ll'-..**..1
r-    \ i-itini,'   brethren |     Ail over the nuild I lice pielun - v.ili be -olil   I
cordia.ly welcomed.  I "Nunc knew lur bin to love lier; Nunc n.uneil I
O. ... .Mc.'AI.TI.::,  Si:cret..i.y.     ( hcrbiii rnpr.iNe."  Theicaic ten million people I council on Fiida\   ni'dlt.
   I ni llic fiiiml Slnie-.tnii (.'.ii���iiI,i ��!io uill encli I
������. _ """   "     " ! -n.mt o-ic-of tin���o iicnilifiil picfiic--.   The., are I , .������jI.l.'l.SPOXI.iKN'OE.
KEVEZ.STO:CE LODGE, I. 0. O. F��� No. 23. ��� ili!   ""-'���'���  l���J,���-'t,���   No e\pt-ti-o ha* been -imed I      ,, ,.     ,,  .,. , ,.    '
.,       , , and Hi" pjeln.-e i-  weli worlhv of a hand-ome I'lOln    ir.    11.    .tV.flKon    (.emaiidlug
KciK-iiIiirineetmi;*, arc held ' irainc.   Agent-eiin-.elIHXi.icl.lv.    .S.uunlt.-*- bv
in Oddfellow,' Hall even-    Mail, post -mid. 1 ,*. *
re   was   .i full   mettin<r   of  the.
J <.V-��^"=5��tf i-iF^, 'ihnr-sday night al   ciifht
'���^-^SSSsIS-* �� <*>���-*���   Visiting brothers
*. ������ t. tfc-_^?    cordially welcomed.
ll. N. (."On.SIKI., I..S.
SEiKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.
������-��sSkS3>>_��^        Meet.-every Tuc.idav
~~ (Q\        /Kj^SJs*.   evening in Oddfellow-.'
���l ~-ML    ^Hiill   ,,*U    s    o'clock.
'^""^"^N^-JJ ViiiliiiK brethren cor-
^SEsblially  invited   to  -it-
I ilii/en  pi,.!lire-, 7,'ic.. -til for si.-.'(', protil 4,k*.
-i'i picture- S3 (n    "      =...on    ������    SJ.im
I'-*1      " Sj.Oii    "      5*10.00   "    j.'i.od
S.00 nrr.
.    -,      lievelstoke
an-. 17.Hi
lv. 17.30
Eor .-atcis, ticket.-, iind full information apply
A. Q. P. A.,
, Royal Mail Lines.   '
Cheapest Routo to the Old Country.
t     'k-KAVKH I-INi.-l'VomVl. .lohn    ' il.ilir.ij-.
ftSblaiblania    ' Melt'. ,'tli JU-li. nth
Wiir-au"  .                -        ".Kith "   Hilh
Ijiikc Chiini|i!aiii    ��� "   22nd" ' "   Jfflri!
LnkcMet'iinlic    ���           "   -Oj.h , "  IUh
.'��&�����     AtiLAN-hlNE-l-Vom roi-lliui'.l.     -
' rr"X-ilTiMianr    -��� ,    ���     -.    -,'���-.' Mc-h. lUlli
.'. ,- foriiitliliiii   I ''���.*,-" -    "���     ��� -    liiili j
^..Sicilian      ��� ���   ���      ���   -���:. . - ..' ������ "    L'7ih |
ybM'arislnii     ���' "��� ���   . ���      ���      ������"��� Apiil 3i-cl j
":'  '������'..   ������no.MIXlUN" LINK-l'Voin Poi timid.
lli.it the  council   remove   hi.s fence to
-jive   him   the,   whole  of   his froi.t.iiffi
ni.il   that-  ,*i   culvert'I e i edified.    He
tliieiit<>ii��-r]   tu him" the until ri before
I'ctti-r o**.1l*i* I.iii .it once and -Hike while ihe    >*.,    ,, ' . ��� '-.*.  c i .    -.,-    ,
Iron Is Hot.    Tl," ii,,���-������ *.\\K>ml�� i* when    ';lf! pf!"   hi-mzci.     Kefened t j \\ orks-
ihe people w-.hk ihein.    Tiny -a wit them now.    Coimnillec for imi*i.*dinle action.
1      From   I-'in.   Tiispi'clor  .slutiij.^   llnil
j lirr- (,n J-'ifit,   ,SiiM-t.  was accounterl foi
P. O. Co:: 513, Dept. 63i, i by chimney   not I eing huilt accord int:
CHICAGO, :   '       ILL . {i>  ������y-l.iw-I,   but  il,0' defect  had now
 1 , i lipen rectified.     '
i i Fiom W. Willi iiiisijii, and F. il.
F.ui'|uier. nil.-inf,' construction of .sidewalks.   I.'.'l'cni't. iu Works Comiiiitlcc.
8 p. in. .-harp.   VWliii-fbrct!.. j     The prc'-i.-rt i- a' lime Mhen war pielure- are \r   i'""" *   Mii-M'dion,  J.  I.  Wciodiow,
ren cordially inilted. in tfiyiil; r ili'innnd Ihnii ever.   'I'he eondnet of i 0.    Holtenb J.    P. .Sulhfl land. A. Mc-
* '   .Ilhlo.l'-.'   ,.M t   III!     \...*   t   I.. Il-.l.l       1...     .     _.-*tk.        I *
The feo-  for  thc   *aiho
monthly in .-.dviuivo. ;i;*f .*;
��� JBetivcen' IS and 2o yi*:irs
I "      'li, ;iiid ."JOyi-ir.--..  .'JUioiKsj
I "'      UU and -io year**. ,..'Jo tun is !
I ���'���'      'do and 40 year;-.   .-JO tents [
|  -      "      -10 and 4o yciirs.   .1*5 tents J
.VII j'iiy-itaj ly and morally .[naLi-
-ied males hetvi'een IS and in years
of age, who are not debarred on account of occupation, arc accepted
for membership
For  further .particular*;   enquire ��� ,U,ltSt"J"?   Fjlacc-
       . r   J 1.   ��� Ill I -        I l'l II If I l��,l .r.r-
Painting of New Scenory.
T. JI.' Dunn, and R. C. Copeland
Iiii\e- been , f^r some time wot king on
-ecutry for Tappin^'j opera iiou.*,.;.
The diop i.urtain, which was pain led
by .Mr. Copelanr1, has-ju-t been completed, and i.s a splendid piece of woik.
The cuit.iin is ~1\ i,y \:} u. and tepie-
~S\\. J5e��hie. ��� fiom
,,/fhe   marsh,'water
sentr,   a    view
OEANGE    LODGE    NO.    1G3
'  ifc't'iitir ineeliiiK- are lic-1-1 in
Ihe   Oilili'elliiM"-   Hull   i,ii    the
Third i-Vld.iy of ciieh iiionlh. ..!
^:Attack of Royal Canadians at;
AY. il. Ill UN ICY. lice. Sec.
the Hriiii.li *oldiei***oii the liat'llellelif "lin-i won i /���,.,.'.    i    i,   tiii i    ti    i,-   <-.    i*
thj plaudits oi ndiiiiriiif, nation-.   Wehinc I (-"(1-,rf>', J* 1>. .^lohuld, I'. {.,. i-aii(jin��|-,
of (.-real CN-pen-e published four iarge. beaiitiful ' ' ' ...
pielurei-, -ize ���Jfi-.-.M, on  lieio y, -upfrtinc, calendered   piiper.     A   picture  that will eoiiiineiid
COUilT MT. BEGBir - I'l0^ ,-1.1"1 71-'"1 -bhi'lll in the heart of eicry
I. O. F, No. 3161.
fourth Mondays, of ench
month. Visiting breih-
rcn   invited  to attend.
nskiny ihat siicot. by lire.wery lie
graded aiifl 'sidewulk const luclcd.
L.efened to Works C niiinittee.'
of any of tin- ollicd--. or member? of
tlie order, or addre.-s.
lb Elliott. JI. ('. ,H., fnjri-ivoll.
Out.; Tims White. High Ketretary.
Brantford. Ont.r; liriiht (iartuuir.'ir.'
0., J3i-autlord. (Int.: A. J-ferbcrt." I).
H."U. Ft., or I). K., .McKinnon. I).
II. S.. Wim'iijK'fr. Man.
local Industries
Caiiadiaii   i-the one called  Attack  of
Koyal Ci-nadians a5 Paardobcrff, there orelit rally hundred- of tiiiiin.,, on  lln'h pielure. I
ir   i   ���   .1    ��,..  i        | J'c iiioiintHhi,- or ko|i,i.*es stretchiii','oui into      ' The Ileidth   Commit tep   iinriliVrl fm-
.Mcetsin tho Oddfolous I thc di.-tnucc are swni-ini'*K-  with men. while!.   ,        J-i'.'Oiii   \, iii.,iiiii( e   .ippiieo rot
Hall on tho second and I licn- n,'id there u pro-trate 'figure ipcnksonly I uifoi mai imi rf^nrdiiig the nuuiher and
loo well of lhc  Unci- r-llenieu.    Jl Wit- on this I ..|������_,   .,(   I ���*i '.*    ,     .-.     .i       *.        *.i
balileficld  thc gallant Major ArnW/net : olass   uf   l,udolngi   in   the city with a
death iinfl'iiuliiiiiflj-.   It in only too true Ihat ; view to in raiitdm' u   Letter st-.iveii"in"
iniiiiy of ;ho*,c mi tin nt heiirtu that bent -whlRli '       . n c"��"\-
when  lhc ohocvinff thouaandu bitdc theni ! sys",in
Iv. 1). J. C. JOHNSUN,
God speed u.i'they Mined from t'liimdu'ii ,-horcis f      The   chief   nf   iiulire wim in-.tnw.iPil
now lie - LI 1 'forever in lonely pravei on tho I . polite was lDMilicteU
mll,^Lri.!.u^?L.!-'1.'J-\v--,.r,'-.,!I1*.l*,|'*Afr'*-ll>*_','-lci- ;, to obtain the intormalion retjuired.
Gold Ranga Lodg3,
K. of P.
ICo.  20,'
Bcvolfitolco, B.C.
I\Ieel,-    every   \Ved-
lic-iiny in Oddfellows'
H.ill nl So'oloek.
'   Vi^itinj,' Knightn in*
% itcjcl.
K*G. Ili-nMlKirj, C.C.
K. or tb k ri
Toovpry Cajittdianhcnrt,in ovory Cana- j'
dian homo, the deed** ot their brave -loldier
bi-ys eper.lE wiih nn irn���-nliblc thrill of
Patriotism and prido. Gordon Highland-
ora at tho Bn,^t:o of Bolmont. Charging
the Boer Guns at Elandsiangtoi and tho
Cliargo of Goscral FrcncU'H Cavalry on
tha Ketreat-ng General Cronle'u Army.
Tlie.it'arc all .-tn-rliii; pieturcH anil etiniiot fail
to cniiiiiiend thciiiiuhei'to am* one who will
f'Xiiinilie tlicni, 'J lay in e KE��) KOT SELLERS I .Atreiiti. coin uinncy. Dig prolli-.
I'-.normn;!- miccc���'. < no uncut -old i�� in one
day. Sample'nnd Icnn- 'Jo eenl- (none l'ri i);
four for iii) eci.l-; {.I.oii per di-Km ; -.'ci for 82.75 !
���jO for fc.-n 1,'u f,,!' s.i..;i. Write to-day for ri
do/,'jn and iniike money,
V-niicoiiver ���
���Mcli,  !Hli,
-"    i-'.ii
"   :joi !���
rPH-'-'eni.'e.n-ticketed through lo 'all pni-ls of
Itreiit Hrifaiu.iiiid Irol.iiifl. and at specially, low
rates to nil parts o'f the Kuropean continent.
Apply to ncarc.-t railway or .-team-,hip nffent or
T. W. BRADSHAW. Agent. Revelstoke.
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. L'
Time'Table'No. oo--Taking oITccL Novcmbci'
���   loth, 1!U).
" '    VANCOL'VKI. nOUTK." '
Victoria to Vancouver-D.iily. al I a.m. frcin
inner wharf. Vnticouier to Vu-loria -Daily ul
1:1.5 o'clock, pan., ur on urrival of t'.l'.IJ. No. 1
'Ti-Hili.'       , . -.   ' - ,"   '
Leave Victoria'for New WeMtiiin-ter. I,ad- |
ncr, Lulu and I-lmids���Tiiosriny -and Kiidayat
7 a.m. . Leave .New   U'c-tmiiifter for'Vlciiiiiii
and >\"ayI'oi-t!i-\VccUi..!.day'iiMl t-afinday at
7 ii.ni.   �� ;���     * ..     ���
NOlITIIEliN nOlJK   .. .'. j
f^cmn*"hi|>-., nf t It ic company will leave I'nr.;
'ipKon .and* iitterinediiitc- ]ioii.t*i   via'
A Flourishing Institution.
Over twenty-one years ago thc
Canadian Order of Foresters began
doing business in bhe Province" of
Ontario, and in later years it has.
been eninrg'rig its operations until
now it lias branches iu every Prov*-
lunr.ic umiriTV bsm -nnniiniiiv I1"00'111 .tho  tionmiion, having at
; HOiylE NOVELTY Mrl C0IV1PANY, i tho present time upwards of .10,000
'members. During those years up-
Svards of-f2.2^*3,000 has been paid
to the members and 'their ' dependents, and at the end of Jamiarv last
it had over $li001,000 of a reserve
iii its insurance department. The
fees payable by policy-holders, from
which this surplus'has been saved,
after paying all death claims, are
as follows, payable monthly in advance:
Box 513, D;^*��� C3i D,
i:i;\i:i.m'.iki: *vn;\.i i,,\i .vnm,
' An indiihtry that .should icceivi; lbe
hearty suppoit of the peojile of l.cvei-
sliike is ihe steam laundry. Ibiab-
li*,hed by Mcsso. \\"ou(IIioum! and
IJoardiiian, it was laken o\er ;i yeiii
at,'o In F. liuker, who has since conducted it. in iin energetic manner.
The plant consist*), of  a   boiler  nnd j
-six li p engine, ml.-iry leversiug .sieam '
wiihlier, hieiim ninn^le, eoinhined shiil, j
collar unrJ cuff" ironer which  i-*   he.-tcd!
,by s(;iholiiie,   centrifugal   dryer,   collar
stiirt-hin��,iniichinu operated by   Meiun,
und.il  Mteaii)   wringer.    Hand iioning
appli.ince.s tue also probded for   ladies
dreis goods nnd delicate fabrics'.   .The
system adopted by the factory cleanses
the clothing   treated,    with    the,,-id
vantage l hat there is no h.ird   l'i iction
applied in any way, the cleansing bi ing
eflected by   rapid   rev'dlulioii  and   ic-
vei-hion in (he washing cylinder.
l-lrying roo'iu;. lire also probded,
healed by slenm pipes, iunl a large
tank upstairs, heated by sle/iin, provides the hot wu:er rrquiied by the
establishment. - /,
When the parcels are received  from
front, timber, foothiJ!>, mountain,
"lacier, and snowslicie*-, ,uc. all well
biought i ut. with maigins of drupi'iv
iind a foii'giijijnd of lliiwei*.-*, n,-e.--,
clemai.is, palms," etc., giving a ma��ni
ficeni, ellecl The top'of the. cm lain
is alio ne.-uly set out in dryperv. This
scenery is amount the be.-t to" be seen
in any the.-itie in tbe pro\iiue.
The interi".. sceuei v has i pen painted by.Mr. Jlunn. and " repie.-ents windows, doois. r*(e.
j .Me-si-s. biinii and .Cupel-mil aie
organising a di.im.iiic* ejilPi laiiiment.
".Milky UTjite." wlik-h wHl be given
sboi-Jy, and 'it which the new scenerc
""ill be exhibited for the (ir-t time.
1'iie piece is now in icheaisal and the
compiny' will consist of '.Mr. and
Mrs., J-hiiin, "-\Ji-a and .Master Dunn,,
Messrs. liuitiin and .Sawyer.
tliecustonieisof the. laundry they  are j afl'ecled   (lie   porp-cts   of
1'oPt >*Slll'l|l|,
���\ nii'cuincr,
Ihu Bsason Of It.
l'��l:'.'iiid t.'th.oi cach''nioiiih,ht i.r-There' Isn't  one   reason ��� ���there  arc i [
Al.-ASIvA.liOL-'TI-;.       .'.     .'^dozens   wfiy    our     work" is     belter
Htcniiishlp* n(,Hiifi'iTiiipniiy will leave every i than    ary    other
M'L'diie.-day. via ViiikoiOui*, ,or  Wriingul and '
Skngway, at Sp.ni."
' ' *   1JAIICI.AV SOUND ItOUTI-:.    ^., ,-:
Steniucm leave" Vieti'iria for Allieri.it'iiud
f-ouf-JJi orN-oii thu-Uti inth. and 2'ih of'i'ii.i-h
ittolMS.t��\fc-iiihiib' hitler l ri pi- to yimlfino mid
l'��l*SJiitt.   *,    .   '
'I hi< i-iiiiipntiy retiervei* the right of .ulimiR()ig
thin time I.ilile f.tiuly nine without iiolillcutiOn.
O. A.CAbLKTON,' '.'*'
Oencrul i'rclb'lit Ag-cnl,    '���.
_b .-';  .  C. S. lUXTKI.,     -.
General I'-usuii'gur Agent,   , .
;'".""'    . vim in-ill/ an.'
-s-r-**-***1 - - -��� ���.��� .- - ���*.���	
aundering    works. I
��� Goir.c in and see, how we. '
do il. . Sec-out" machincrv, I
nicely and exactly adapted ���
to every need.    Our soaps, i
too, of the  best, long tried j
and proven good. , .i
One of. lhc ine#t Ueiiulifiil pic-tnivp in
color,-, I'pon a biiukgrouiiil of Pure Solid
Gold re-i- 'the Family Record'in the
.-h.ipe of a handsome volume with Gold
Clasps upon a eiis-liion of crinisun \elvet
with a beautiful gold taseol. On (he
page,-, uiideiyliirereiit, heading*;, are hpucis
in which to write lhc nnliio and date of
bii'ih. On either side i-a beautiful scroll
on which to record niarrlagcs anil death-.
On lop uf tho pietiirc are lhc word-.
���'Family aeoord," in thc ricln sl leltcring
known to the'priiiteibnrt.   t'lidur iIiImii-c
^pac,C- for falhci-'- and in tl her'- pielure ���
tu lhc lower pari of the pietiire is ahcau-
fclfjl home acona.   i he dear old grand-
Saronts, the hiaiCsomo, stalwarthus-
and. nud hajiAiy young vrtic, the loving
daughter ami ba'oy boy -ihu idoliisciu
g:-an-loh'.ld-aiv ml pithc-red in-oiind the
tulili', while ifi-aiitlfiitliur rend-a poili'tn nt
GotVs Holy Word. A. truly bciiullfiil
*<cciii'.   Umleineaih arc ihu wiinN. "God
fjetween I lie
a^es of
1 ,S I o ��5   ��� -
���iotoHO   - -
oO t c i iJo   - -.
:,3 to -JO  - .
-IU to'4.3   - -
On       On       On On
$5UD -JII..KK) !jll,5lJl) $2(1X1
.'do      .(ill'     .tt) $1.^0
.40      .(13      .IH l.'M
\45 ���    .70   $1 (Ij 1.40
1 ..30      .S3     1 2b ' 1.70
.55  SI.00     1 .30 2.00
AU the mOney received from the
..[monthly imurancc' fee,- is placed
into the Insurance Fund, and no,
portion of this fund or the interest
monthly therefrom inn be u..'c.l for
any porpo.-'e whatever ulirr than
the liqu.clati. n of death ch.im certificates. Not ii fracti'i n can le
med for mmaging expen o--.
11 ei-i rplusfunrlsarc all Invested
in tl e Dom'n'on of Canada in Ihe
best cla?s if f-curitiis. or on de-
poitin he be-.t mui'e ary institutions in Canada.
Tho( oj-eration- of tlie society
)eingconi>.cd to Canada, the death
delivered into bios, checked, off, and
sorted into pocket--', of which one is
probded for each order tis it is received
and delivered.
The plant is tr pable i.f doing I hree
limes tne' ptpsent business of the.
liHindry ut-d busfht to have the support
of the people of ibis city, -���
The Columbi-i River -liUinber, Company have put in n fine new pinning
mill at Denver and otherwise enlarged
the. accommodation of their, sawmill
Job Couldn't Have Stood ft ' .
, i '
Jf he'd h.-ul ItchingI'ile.--. They'ie
l.prrihly annoyin-j-; lint Diicklen's Aril a Salve w ill . ii t-the worst, case of
p l.'.s on en t Ih. JI Ii.-i.-s curi-il Ihoii.wincls,
r'nt [> jm ie-, Painsor liotlily Er.ipi ions
it's the lie.-t Nil ye in I lit* wni!il, JViee
2i,-. n box. Cine (-.niiiMiili'i-il. Sulci I y
Uiitiad-i Drngit Uoi'k Co,
0ns Thousand Tons of Ore Under
^ It. U. IJriu-e, .M. E.. has l,cen ,.fc
Trail with a \iew to making an arrangement for tiie, smelling of the ore
from ihe Paradise, mine at Winder-
mere, from winch he. shipped 1000
tons of, stud carbom.les this winter.
The. ore- i* at ihe landing on lbe Coluiiibia rixer at Peterboiough, and the
Cpfjer Columbia .Navigation Company
me iiiTiuiun'ngl'oi- shippbt" jL t(J (Joldtn
wheie it will be pjuced'un lliccara for
,.?"'le ,(jI,""ll  '" 'eilC^ 'l,ls ""foi'tuiialely
llie   good
ret ji ns  expected;   but   the   ore   still   '
curies values whibi, under leasomibly
good   Irausportiuicm   and   smelling fa
cilities,   would   make   it   pioritnble Jo
mine, and- we   hope   lo   hear>that lI.e.,
returns   will   well' reward   .Mr. Di uce
for   the   splendid  .enterpiise'  l.e has
���shown in the de.velopi'neut of 'ibis -property inutile.face  of  great difficulties.
Mr. Drucu infcirtiis us ihat ihe drop
in lead means a |y>s of  s'l 1,000  a tun
on tin! oie shipped this season froni the
f <
Dleoa Our family."    ."\10111nl ihu, pktin'c:
are ui-ciit ^imcc.,-- mi* liiiutiiifi-iiiih,-m otticr3 I rate s \erv low, being for 180'J onlv
member- oi the family, each-puce i in-hiHinif X !  i   i.,  , ��� .i'mm/i     .*   ,i i        i-'
  ���       �� ' *' '-' j;or l.lXJO ot the membership
ii gem ll'.werpk-i'e,   Kl-u where on Ihu pie
,. -' WINTI...I SUI1 liDUI.ii      '
Spokane Falls &Nop(li8Pib!
Nolson*& Fort Shoppard R'y--       j
The only all rail ritiiti- belweena!! jinint *= cn-l. I
we-t nnd sontji to  Itiw-lilml, Nel.-on 'iiiiil'iill in* .
tiTini'dlnlle poililsi cnniiecliui.'a! Spokane Willi
the (���rcal.Norlheiii, Nui'lhcin I'iilJIIc and O .,
ll. ��:. N. -v,. , .
('oniii'i-N at Ncl-nn with -itcanier for Iviislo
nnd all Kn.iiciniy'I Jilo- I'nlnl*-.
Conii'Tln in .Meyer'- l-'.ilU �� n!i -taj.'c dni'y fm
Ili'Uilblic, nud cniinect.-'at: Iln���lini'i* wiih ,-l,it)'i*
dally foi lir.itiil fork-mi.l (jiuuiiwond.
KKKKUTlVJiSUNDA V. Ulil". "ii. 'lO'JO.
Leave'. liny 'IVjiIm.   - *.       Arrive,
SiOfi n. in ',.,,Spokane i!:l I p, in,
lli.'ili it, in    liiirwliiud n*in j��. in
TiOlR. Ill .'., Nt'l-VM .........   ..   liljjl. in.
NIkIH.Ti-.iIm. '
Dil.ip. in Spokane   7:lMn, in.
.!l:ou )>. in ._.,. l,OM.uinil ,.,.',���,,;..7:00a."m,
Fi^l-cliiKu i-livtioi-Kon iiiKbl Iralii,
Uviiiuriil I'lisisC'iiffcr Afjeut.
H. )'. UI.'OWN, Aj,-i'iil,
ItiMi-hind, I), U'.
!__..-_Buy Only Union-!Vla.do Shoes.
luroiii-c-ciiiiui-. d Li*cepiii|.- viiiin, hinl-niid &   iMidtbe   in ernn-.i   di-ifli   r*ifi-   ci'tuh.
bloMomi- in rich eutilUKiuti. lite whole rc-i-.g   tl��luln*    ;-*UHgO   UU1F11   1.U13   S1TKC
'    '        ' - uio orgaiii/iiriou ot lbe .oejetv, onl
ing on, and lliruwii III''j inilil relief by lhc
3 hoiwiiik uuckKi-'niiid ui Eolitl CoM w liich
i piijihitc-uiiictiu-e ot (UazJiisboauty.
AOEI-JTO NOW IS Voi'i: TI.Mi:. Our
MUi.111 0 ri'i*ii!iir |ii-ice in .VI cull--, bill In
nn} one who mii .*< ilii- nd.t. we will m-ik!
'Hie lm--.'fi eenl-. < Mil price to n'.-enl- !l for
SI; .'M lor ST,: IIKI l'(ii''.s!l���',(i. .lit pay nl!
ohnrc-e- and r linn lunacy for wn-old pin-
thi-e-". N. ('. .Iii'-k��uii. l-'ilinore City, linii^lit
sj ->r.. >i(l.7,"i, ,-nl I llii'iu Im* hull'pi ice.-.") eeni-
eiich, -in ,i d.ij-, iiinkiii�� ?.i.'.JU elcar proili,
l-'nn icm ilo bjliei*.'
' 4M'2 ]ior ai.m.ni  per  1,000'of the
liu-in lier.-hi j'.
.A It-ii-k and   Kuneral   benefit  department is al-o conducted   by  the
order,'N.hieb is an optional feature.
I :'n ��hith rpv-.an..s <f 2*2.000  of  the
! members are mrolled.  Tbe benefits
are .f'J-J.OO | er wcik for Ihe first   two
rn-. c wwi   it-riiuiiai!-- iin.i want |,. ��-'ek*j il!ni'*--i. anil  li.".00  pi r< week
6 ! for Ihe foilou,iii  lm   weiks.  allo-
,'eilur. .1n(3.00
n auv one vear. :mil
HOWE NOVELTY MFd. COMPANY l\ah 1K'rJ u'ncfil ,;f 'mS)6, ln Ci,: ��
tliis slump Used bv the JOHN .Mc
PJIHUSCX CO., Limiii'.i. of lbiii.il
Ion, ihe only L'liioii l'acloiy in Canada
C31 B, ?. O. Bex, 513,
��3-'.lJ'.Ml."rjl!f.Jll!liU.liWifcA'.' J   "HI'.  IHI-^Tiillltri'JOi
S. S. "Lardeau." ,
Itutiiitnir h'-twcen.-Ari-nw-licad mid Tlintiiisiiu n'
LandliiK comii.fcneli.tf .Inue'lii, llWU, will -nil as
' follows (wcnlher pcl'iniltint;)!   ,
Ki'i'ivn Arrowhead for Thomson's, Ibatldliig
mid Coinaiillx ut *k. daily.,    ,-���.," ' ,''��� -
I-onvo ThoniHon's bnndint? nnd (''iuunplix for
Arrowhead at 17k. dully, uomiucliiitf with nil
I'. I'. It. trains and.buitwb*,', ���	
The flwncrc rc-^'e-t'l'lO'i'lKlit lo clmnge j-iuice
nf MlliiiKs witlioutuoticn, /.��� .
JIiintii,'lHK Director,
News  and -Opinions  of
Qbe ftootenav; riDaf I,
CDMTAINS BOTH. ,    '    i
Jas.!. Woodrow,
Retail Dealer In-^^aajszsp*
Fish and Game in Ceascn.
All nid. i'- proinplly filled.
Your Pocket-book
Wctiklv bv mail, or  delivered   '^VELSTOKE, B. C.
/ ** ��� i
in tlie city, $.:.oo. j -- -* ,-
Published u'ii Friday?. *      NO'J'ICIv
C'firiii'f    IJiniffVk.
mid King- -trect-.
H. W, B. Page!', Prop.'
I'punpl dcb'vi'iy of piii-ccl.o, biigynij'i',
ide., lo nny purl of llic Cily,
Any Kind of Transferring
- U.'idertakeii,
All ordi'ivs Icfi in H. ,M, SmvllmV
'i'olni'ei' .Simi', or liy Ti'lcplioiH.', No. 7
w ill i'ccfi\i' piuinpt uiii iiiinii.
A First-Class HyJraulic Engineer
��� to Supply Pians and Estimates
for Improving System,
A -special  meeting of   tlie cily'coiin*
cil wns   licld   on   Siliiriiny lo consider
the   fHiii-M'  of  (Kiiion^to   be titken in
icpnid   lo   I be   w.itcr   supply,'when il
was   ii'S'ibi'd   io   pn��'i^��i-   Col. Tr.iccv,
C. 10,  ';t'   Viti'i com er,,  if  bis  .sit.vices
c.iij   be  i>111.iim:;tT, in  supply plnns'.-iitil
.'Sliinnles'  I'i'n'   ii    water   su-jiply   In ell'l
-ii-i.it ly   ,-i'tie:   tin-   ciiyof  U.'.'i'l-iulsc,
II Ciil  Tiiici'b.s hit- ice-* c/iniiiit' be ^oi,
I Inn il, wnf, ileici iiiii.c I   in (-ntplny iln-
iiinsi     rjnmpi'ii'iit  i'lwlrmiliu    ei^fiicpr
llio   can   Le  ^ii', nnd   ns  smiii i.s -   >, [
\ .'-stiliinli'S, nit' .|e,n|..  'lo take n vute . i
j llic   r.il i'i i " iM.s   I'm   mint lier li^-law ii,
I | I' ic i're  the   iiiie.-'ny *-iippl-*ii uiit-nv
i l'u id,*, io liiui' out llic .-.cln m,j.   ,
'���6 -^.^-."r.^^.^^.yS-T^.VS-r.,:�� irl.:<3'Wr;rt-'r\:<4
may lie Inwibut nohody *-ers It.biul'
if your cloLhcs arc shahliy. thai
HClllni'll.lWibgdy wants loknow >ou.
I.ndli'M)r'tVl,,'< Tailor Made Olothch
ri-'piilred ,isUil'"cl<'iiiicd In if boi I t.tylc.
.11 ...
lellhisll.tlobydy wants loknow >ou
Ijiuiii-i-or'tatCi-l-s Tailor Made Olothc;
rciiiiii-vd j,uil','clMincd '"" ���'������' ���'-
Cull ur solid Jiu.-l card.
Samuel  Needham, Douglas St
f.KUiWit-hod I? .vciii-i-.
ully Vnlon UtO" 1^'iop' ,   .   ,- ���
THE KOOTENAY MAIl:��^i^���^*u^
XAXU    Ul/UtlJiUli      iliUllJ     lYo\ in.v.if lit ili*li Ci.liiniUiii. al il-  noM   -e-
Revelstoke Station, 13, C.
, Notice to Subscribers.
Thft in-nprli tor ol (lie Kmn i:.v i\ 5l.cn. ie
<jijfl��i<. sulisci-liiers to .ol v-Ui ii Uu of any Imyii-
Jiiritj" In tlv.' iK-Ihvr} <A their inj-vri,.
, -ion. fur an A<-l l'i Amend mci-Uoii twenlv-lhe
, of lhc, "Arrow hind and Koolcnai llailwiy
; Company Aei. I.-OS" helui; I'aii. 17 of l.e; .Slnl-
l uli- of Unil-h Coluiiibia of ISH. bv cxl'-ndiiiK
I hi" linn' liii'iilionod iu the-aid -ei'timi (tir lite
I i-oinpleliiin of lhc railway authorized to be
I built l>> lhc -aid .\i-\.
I        Dated nl Victoria. ��. ('. Kebruiiry iL'th, WI.
KO.'lKKTSON & HO-.K..T.--.OX.
V Pollclior^ for ^pr'1|C.}_it��,
Patronize Home Industry
ry ��
peciai tigars.
% Revelstoke Cigar Mfg. Co.'y |
Information Wanted.
On llic million of' Mr. .\l.nlin, *av
ondi-d by Mr. .I.ro-vii, il .w'iis,ii'sol\i-d ���
Tb'it. ii.i Crder nf ihe. J*ioiis(i be
-pull"! for a iut ur ii sbow in._( ���
I..     W'llat M'CUI'iiy   WHS llcpiiijlni   b\
lhc 'Ariow liii.id   iiinj    KooUiii iy   Hull
wiu   Company,   iindi-i-   section  .')(j  of
iheir   clmi'ier, with    ilju.  Miiii-sli.-i   of
FinuiK-K, and d-iti; of deposit.
i.     Was  Maid   securiiv .ti'turucd to
siiid   Companv
Jl-   *<>,    w-lit-il   1111(1
Revelstoke   Station,
3. Copies of'.'iiiy docinnciit.-iry ovi
deuce jiioduccd lo ihu ..Mini.slcr of
Finance --liowinrj \liaL said Company
iind done >:10,U00"wortb of'.wmkiii
Hurvcvi. or construct ion on or before
30ili June, 1880b
$25,000   Our Grand   $25,000
Ornitliological Contest.
SioiiK'tliiiiK entirely new fiml iiitere.*"tinc.
IJeiiil wlmt you arc to do. Vou may yet giw.i.
Ourcoiiie-jt in lo*-ec wliu can (pake ihe hii-re*.
Ii.il ot n line- (or kind.*) ol bud*, iioui lite lollow-
111;,' ht-Dot leuer*-: ���      ��� ,   -
We will rcciijfiil-c u-* n biid nnj tliiiiL' beloinr-
uifc' lo Llie rcmiierod tribe, wueiuera oo a Heii
Ci---., b.iiyec ur any other Km,!. Vou <.&u Ucc
���my lcturiiaiiunj-time!, to uiakc a imaic as it
appe.ii> in the li-tor lutiui-snboic; for m_iaiieo
\v uodeocl., l'Joi-er. bimw Uird. etc. 'Iumiv
pci*.io!i*> who cun make a l.-ro; *;j or more dnrer-
i.-nt mini,*, or Inn..-, we will (.-n*e ti0.-.olutel>*
luil'.ii u beuiuinil i-i 1*0 .n;ue i>i,c..u ur ^s,,,
". When you have m.ule out ��� our li-t Hi! out Ihq
i.lie, on  l.ji; ooltuiii  ui   In.-....vt. una-end ue
with n --fiauipcd A l.l.Vc-.:,i L-u.-uiopa.-t miii bf
.\oiir country w.ll u., then i.  -on are t.worcicd
a prli.e you cun It yon u-.re t-ui  u.e pi i*. ���.<���
becoming 11 aiib-enbcr   io    "hi.:     *.. cimas>
\\ 01.1,1',    \\ u '���li.i.il  ci ward a v-1-.f.s lo e\erv per'
-on   woo -cud* n,.j  u���umor ���-.'.. Iind-. and our
},-ifl- will be a- loilows.-     lor (in- iK-tlist  ro-
. co"i d each ilxy. a Uniil W'a'eh ; lor the -etond
be.-l   -oliinon   (..leh  il.tj   a beaiuilnl Impoii.a
lea hal; lor llie s*even  ne\t be.-l -olulion.-, eileh
day. u Ivonnili ,-akih lii.unoiicl and j..iili\ Kmi,"
ior Hie iic\it bc-i  -oluliijii, a  VAd neee; aiul
lor ml other em reel miIuiioii*. J'n.-ie- oi o'oocl
Value.   "1 he-j prize-  will  be forwVnded diulv,
y-.ii will nol Usivi: to wait a lun�� t.iuu ni unee'r* -
utility beioru -mi Know lheiv-ii!t.   Tlieic iv no    ���
cIc.iii-.-iii   of  leu lur-,   in uur piiin.'it make-'no   '
.iiiliirencc.wln-iiier we- jre-t jour nuiuiiuii lute or
I e.ci'iy m thi'il.iy.    .\ii  -on 'n,.*e<! i- to in.iil tin-,
|  Ad\l   to   l!--, i.nil  oil   llio (|���y   n   rct-clKi  i.*. if
yijiir li-t  i-  me  bcfi. Voa'Hh-ix h..vo mo
eJOiQ V/.ltQh or It   -n.iiii-1   Iil-1   ll-L U.iiutliul
I'eu au, a.... ��y mi,    \i u O.l.oioitei.tli,cc w*e W-ill
iicvanl   you   aV|.n>ic,������';��� i luxe   i.- ap-oiiilelv no
-uppiirtiiiilty ls.i*.k'i''*!'tioi! on otu: |��n t���wc* eun-
���lint   iillonisil. -v.- - >��; is 'V...IC  lu ^et ..i.-U.1liii./weil
;��av,I*jile.l. r.iiO-eriber-1,  nnd lor cniie  i-ca-cii'i ��'o
.loll I.Willi-. .Mill   to   ieli.l  tiny biuijcj- Ilntii bun
������..<ii.iw.uSii._Uy.-w.Ul  jii*,ze you  have-_.-iilin il-m*
.iliiiiwci-liis- Ih,; liil-.-.,.--.   ,".��-   -(...ii niivr I \i.,.',,
���eiich.iin- a* po.s-W|v. liH. e.w.ji.l.ici,* win iini.'u
.lliiv-n-i.-, to llic f._-t  ol  l ii-tr u.'tilili-uiili c,,il
���ilcf-iKii'iic the pri-.es...: w'h. will;:writ,; i.v V,.u Ht
i'liiiic MoLllyiii^ yuu w|,'n( '|a-i,-.'.*-iiii��'o, ti, ,i ���Hi,|.
������.d. yo'.i���niei| a yoil are -nii*.tl,.*<l, you' nth -\n i.
y,/iir Mtij-tTl|,i.oii  to -'.l it,-.���vu'itiM.s's'-\i>"6io i.
an.d >;iiur in-i-ni wil, >,-;. by i-i.*.!,-,,, .,f 'iii'iui m .
rtaifti' palil.   . To a' |ici*uoib cic   narrow idcu.-Jt
nuiinii*  itiijio*.*.;ibe ii.at'  wc  tshuuld   bo able lo
make niiclt ie c.-l,L"c,.|ie oiler, but we In.ve t|l0
iiiuiu'.v;. bi-iuii*,  iiiid -.-, reiuitflii.ii),     ...j   know
isx.cclly,   W'iiiil   we  are n,,iiu.., iel.,1   It   \vn ,itn
h'Klt-liuiitcly Kiln a liiillioh' -uo'erlbiM-' by tln-
���.ifiiind- tik-i   we liitoy.' linn tin- ttiliiioti ol' well
plemei -.���".ib.-'erlburfi cun  I.... iiiiliitcd to rccoiie
������ic.ikI  '�����'���: " o.M.cs-*.   Woki.d to all friend--,
;��� hereby building- up ourem.-illation riiirfuither.
\\ o are wiltiiix to >pend S-_-.-).iX'.' in this eoinc.i
in bllllulli;; up a bii,' .lil.-.criptiuli li-'t, and-ivh'-ii'
till-- iiiciiicy  i"  -jv.-tit w,,- .reserve.' Uif riv-hl to
.'publi-ih a iiolilleHi,iiinllii\i,t||i* yyiH.;'-il..i-ri.oe,,
.'Ilseum.mi'b,  ' L'n'.A  dol.-iy uiitll'ii N-T-'Kiiate"
I'bc conlc-it will i.-onUi.iic u.'ilJjJuIv 1-', H"il,
-. AVe'KO'e'n II niu*.- 1'riZii.Oi -?*_?.- >.��� <ri11-1 "pt.t,(],'.nt
plsill uliicr.* 1-. loc.ijcr-.-jir cV.i-j -..lllj,. III" 1(1,. jbr
goUciiup in the b..-r-ioii| hiiuJioiuci.tiiitiiiiu-'i'.
IJii.r-cotiiiniitfie will dcvidti una .-iwarei print".
dilily, nut.llii.' ������-.ic.-i'il ��.-.Vi prl/c win be a war,],
cd ���liraiiji.luiiibcr.ii'll. Any .bird',- * nam v found
in lhc chelioimrle-'i..-c'<]Hi.u.
'.*���-;��� WHO W2.ABE
v.Tiii-: .VfliiA.vs Vi'oiu.i) is.a I'.ioi-oujfhly rc.ll-
.���cljlc. e(.ii��cirn, w,.- iire Known, in do e.vru-ijv u-
u'e.-tdvei'tlse. .As loom- n.-hability w,:refeV.t'o
any -idvi.'i'ij-intf '..Kent or bit-ill".-" niiiii of
l.on'don or.N.cw-Vori..' ���.���������.'���
JJiiur t-omin.-indiint Prinsloo nnd hi-
wiigon coi)vo�� Jj.ifi ir-.'t.p c.jptiin.'(J l*v*
x.imiv ..-:.''.,
.'���....'������   ���   ,,.,,,.....,  ,'.-Vi..,,,,.,,
��� ������ ��� .......,��� :..,,,',,.,.,-(
��� i.������.'...'.(b:..-\Tiiv7..s  , .j':.',....
X. ��.- lie careful, fnni hnjp-cy y'r��i>r letCer ie.'n'"
,wcdq jiotroceive underpaid Ict'tt-iv. Address:
TS��  ���������Wott.a.-l'f. Wovld." ���Breijtft77(l, l^on,
Aovl, W.( Epglft��a, '
��� , <i- ���������HBKOOTENAY MAIL  v  mum  *������ ^.^--rMj nz^a^a-TiXZia *i.ia:*.m&  9     0  1  11  6  lnindkorchnf-!,  etc' "  ribbons, $  ' I?  r  if-*  .9  t  ?  .V.  ..ft  .V.  It  $  IP  -HI  ir.  ft  ������<!  V  .V  r ���������     ..������  fc'^'fe fc^fc's-V.**-!'----- fc'^fi"-* fc'ii .**��������������� ������! *���������������>.  -^nt in a  snli-criplion of $3 for   the  saint- prr/o-e.  Ladies cn-hion frame bic-yc-le.** .-it  R. Ilovvs-en':?. An entirely nevr  thing.   ,  Ahirc ariAr-t o*zl'j o? tartar fowstit  Steps shotilf.1 lie Ink.*!, lo mitre (be  government to put (he Big Bend roue,  apain in band at Ihe earliest possible  moment.  Maypole. Soap will dye " j '        ..           any shade.      Won't  wash. ^ j    Thf. (,..,���������,<- ,.,^,^1] on Hn-rivrr liank  OUt.     . 1)0 "not   stain    the  >' j jn.-ti-rtinn were   lai.l 1 ,ff veslenlay ami  hands, and can be tif-cd or. $\it N ,.xp,.m--.1 thai ilie'wnrk will be  all.kinds, of cloth, gloves,  Sold in 15c. Cakes, |.  and all colors kept on  hand at the   ,  completed iii'xl week.  ,,Tf your eye i- hurt, It. X. Doyle.  tjr������dii;it<������ iii oplii's, is.-it Guy Hai-her'.**  nnd ran lie 'consulted nt any time.  Satisfaction p-uaianlepil.  CanadaDfng*BookCo f  1  a  'ii     Were  4i  Durintr Hie' nioiith of March the return.; of the Itevi'lstokp (���������n������|niiis olfic-i'  t'11-.tom-i duties $ol..\oo, Inland,  revenue $li,..0:).  Highest Honors, World's,Fair  Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair  Avoid .Waking rov/ders  coutaiuliig  nlinu.   They lire injurious to lieallU  tie -it'icers' iissocialion  v.-ill  refuse to  '. accept this coinage.  I     Me.-sr.-.   Taylor  and   George are j  J niiiking a, magnificent  display cf  I tin/r   --pring   Htock     of     drapery,  clothing, etc., of which a very large  bhipinent ha*- been opened up.  ���������   J. McMahon has in stock a nice lot nf  heavy   and   light   waggon.'-, carriage.*-  and  impleinents, (ho latter including  the Xo. 80 Mohawk plough--, which ate  said to lie the best ploughs* used in the  provinc-'.  . . '  Mes-srs. Weiler' Brob, furniture nui-  .-li.int.s. of Victoria,, draw attention  tbrongh our ,-i(]v-ci-ti>in<; columns lo  1-ln'ii' line s-d ek of cm ��������� els, -rugs, lm*  ol'-ums. Their calalogue contain*; 10iX)  iilu-lraliors and will Inj sent free on  application. , ��������� '"  ingestions.  am^-rtmaiMtt^matiutiJiacu  BKSBB  motmnmsm  nmmrnt  Cold water KaLsomine in delicate shades. Floor  Paints--" Ironite" best floor paint iii the world.  House Paints all colors, Enamels. Stains. Varnishes. Paint Brushes. KaLsomine Brushes.''' Varnish Brushes. '   '  Ask to see our Adjustable Clothes Dryer, only $1.  W. M. LAWRENCE, "T^^  - -��������� ������������������....-.  .    -.��������������������������� ��������� '��������� ���������������������������w-  THE CENSUS.  Countle.-s   thousands  have found a  blessing to lhc- lioclv in Dr. King's New  Further Appointments of Enumer-  Life puis, which positively cure c<>n  'Tis Easy to Feel Good,  Revslstoke Stallion  $'  ; ���������       ators,  Me.-.-K.   Miadb-y   and    A.   I..'dhohit i  relumed  from Smith  creek  on Wed..] ���������    ' "7������~  nesday   nighl.    They came lo Kcv-ol-���������       A. Mcl'ae, census  commissioner for  ���������sloke in a lioat the hip occupying two    lievelstoke.' ridini, 1 el urned   on   Won-  ���������-tipation, Sick Headache, Dizziness,  Jaundice, Malatia, Fever, and Ague  ���������md all Licef and Stomach troubles,  finely   vegetali't. ; -never    gripe    or  weaken.  Ool.  jc.   at   the   (Jaiir.i.n  days..*  LOCAL & GENERAL  Tb" D-iiMi   (ronjis  are  destroying  the U.uf cr.);-i*.  day from Tiout ]/dce, where he had  been on a visit/to appoint the. census  enumerators for the various sections of  Tbe M nsoilies dock .tti-ike has ended  and work resumed.  The enn  club i*'.opened  I he peiisnn |  on  S.ilurdav  wif.'i  s*nun-  prai-liee.    If j ill--district.  amnt.mition", slirml.] .-n-ive in fim<>a| The fullowiiig have been iippointed  -in$ile-eomretition will take' pla'i-e on | >������ addition to-tliosi- uuiieJ by us ill  .Saluj-d.iy next. J l,ll*t' -!*SU(J- 0' '!"' -M*\ll.;'     " _  Trout Lake���������'Anoy Cuiiiinins,  Ferguson*���������T J. Cuiiiinins.  Drug ic Uook CoV. sloip.  E, Carpets,'Linoleums, Floor   i-  0    Cloths, Blinds; \ValbPaper(*c  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  ' Second     Hand    'FurpitiuO  liought and .Sola.    Wamhousu for Storage of Furiiittire at monthly lates.  Agent for Pianos, Organs, and Sewing Machines.  Ti.  ECO^WSOiT.    "        ""       '     ' -'  "     '    ' ���������'���������"       '      ������������������"    '   ' ���������"���������-���������W  SPECIAL NOTICE!  Spring ������.'5aiitiijer Goods toHaplii  Extra strong Serges for pants at $5, made to-order. ,  First-class Spring Suitin'gs from $20 to $28.   ������  Oxfi'fd ' b.'iit Cambriilgt: in   the  nual boat, 1 ace. -  an-  -   The smallpox (piaiaiitine  iu South  Kootenay is ended.  A tetr'lilc snowstorm vva.sexpt'rieuced  iu Scot la ml last week.  Hat-ler   dyes, tlio   very ,-hey,t, at  11.*.������  Canada Drug tV Uook Co'.*-.  Tetephoiip   the   ('.in.-idi    Drug  and  IJoofc (In. if you   u'lmt a bottle of Wil-  ���������sfin's fiiisl IJoi(. -Wine,  Fii-i-ce'.s Favor-'  jle  PresTfiption; ��������� IIoo l's   Sai'suparilla  or any of the best Spring Ionic?.  Tlioiiis-oii'a   Landing--J.  \Y. Thom  son  ��������� ' The Ga/.i'f le pu.ilisln"- I In; iucnrpnra:  t.iori of Ihe Iicvelsloke Ifospilal Kbeiely  with Messis. F: Ilohinsnn, W. B. Pool,  "fl. ITniv-.-i.ii. T. Kilpnlrii-k, .I.Ahraham.  son. (i.'lf. Temple, and L T. Brewster  ���������IP. first tii-stee.*-.   - ,     ��������� ���������    -.  A   woiiim   iunl, two children weiv  hiirncil to death in New York. . .  .' JJfteclivo  Yaiighan,  of Montreal, is  appointed  chief cif poltce of Ilba.-Iand.  Call at Taylor and Georgc'-sfor the  latest fashion sheet, We give tlieni  uwuv. , ,.  A new sf-heiliil" of rates fm money  orders has'-lieen i^suod by the po-"tal  departmenl.' The jirincii'.il .literalion  i-bn Ihe r;iLe<- fur money orders lo Hie  Stales." which i- reduced fiom $1 to  80v. per hundred. . '   ���������  C.iniapli.\--C. I5a!lard.  Arrowhead--E  L. Kinmaii.  Halcyon. Hot.  ttpiings���������J, lvellett.  Nakusp F. II. L'buriie.  Suburban  district of   Revelstoke���������  IL J. Mcpherson.  Kinil Segeiihin, if Devil's Lake,  iiinideretl his three daughters while  insane. ���������  ��������� ,. -   *    ���������  RAIL AND STEAMER  The Northern .Pacific absorbed' (he  Seal tic & Internal iotial from April 1st.  The CP.lt. will spend $]2l),0()fl this  year, in improvement-*; be! ween Toronto  and Owen Sound.  A man named A. Scolt was cut to  pieces on the C. P. 1?. track near Melbourne station in M.initoha.      - ..  i *J  Three fiat cars of  a freight tni'n  -.vent off the track at L'eaver t'o-uiy,  but, little diimairc was done.    ���������-.  .  Oi-oige J. Gould is about to become,  lake steps lo have a proper scavenging j the head of a cothliinalion of railrcmdt-  wilb a eapiiiilb/.uion obS^C.OOO.OU!:.  The C, P.II. 1 a*, n tide a conlraet for  its coal -iipply wild ihb proprietors rf  lbe new  I31hiritkiiu  coal'fic-kls'on the  At Ihe cily council meeting nn Friday night there was n good deal ofdi.*-  satisfaclion /-xpressed will"..Ihe presenl  xcavenging system of- the'eity, ami it  vviiMlecided Ihat lbe heallh coniinillee  1 ������vstein arr.-uiged.  I,-"*- ���������  A'rrowluuul. J.u-r-' Pciik. AJk-r. Crn*  vuli.    '  i-J. Ci, I'ar.-'on--J'Vrgii-.i'u, Ocma-  plix.-  R. IIo-iv-*on'���������Fergiuci). Trot.t  Lake.  Miss Edna Gil! left yesleiday for  Manitoba,      ,     . ' (  Miss Millard left yesterday nioiiiit'g  j ,1'iir Calgary, , (  I ,F. J. Bourne, of N.iku-p, returned  .-on I ii on Saturday aftt r a short stay  in tlie City.  Di. WhitcMif'IJideyon Sanitarium, is  expected to spend Easter iu the city  wiih Dr. McLean.'  Miss Minnie Woodley arrived on  Monday from Golden, on a visit to her  ���������-istei', Mrs.'D.-M. Ilac       ,' '    ..  J. Duiilop arrived on Saturday from  .Winnipeg  to succeed,, S. J.  Sharp at  (lie C P. II. telegraph office here.  ��������� It. K. Hi tire, cM.E,, one of Ihe owners  (if the Paradise mine, arrived fiom the  t-oa������t by No. '2 ye.-ieiday  and  wcn'l . .     iWi'llouc cilL-liflf. ' j   i  south. .     , j  ' Rev. Fiitber-Thayer will ooiiiitK't I A  Mr.   Ilear.i  leaves'in   a few days to   services   at   t'hi/  u-ual   liouiv   next'  CHURCHES,  Pl.EHHYTI-l.rAN CIIL'IICII.    -  Choirmaster Cook is arranging a  special mui-ieal turvi-jc for Sun tiny  assume Ihe management of the Impel ial Bank's branch at Portage la  Prairie. ....  . E. Pica id arrived from (lie coast  Wedm-bday, having passed  his exam-  Phoenix  residents 'haye been com- j *I'\0. Fllinl.t-, solicitor, of Tionl'Lako  mitled forlrinl forruniiiiiga Chinaman j Wtr. says  be'hasb-w iiiitch to do wiili . _  out ot the town.     ' .     .-       ,    inining lm--iiies- as uio.-l. lawyers and j Crow ,s>i-st roiui.  -    '���������'         L- , ' !h"*is Siili.-fied I hal the champerty hill       Yesterday uior.iing tlie *-nuHi train  iissaycr.  II  e    goes     to  Very choice Hssprt.inept of'Ea-ler  cards at the Canada Drug & Book Co'o  Kc;vel������toke.  million   lor  (.reenwood.  Mr. Djvr, .*-uh-edit(')i' o" the Rosalurd  Miii'-r, . nas-e.l llu.ougli . the city on  Saturd,iiy on ,bis \Vay o Vancouver to  join t(lie Pi ovinco stiill"-. .-*  J,Mr. ari.l Mrs. T. E. .L.;Tay!or left on  Monday..for Ihe Coast where Mcs.sI'hj-  lor will remain for a li.-ne, Mr. Tayloi  returning on Saturday week.  F. C. Elliott, solicitor, of Trout Lake  City, returned on Friday from a .tour  through south Kootenay, where,he has  iei'1) placing agencies for Trmtt Lake  W. Croteau, lirotln r of Eugene Cm-  lean, of lieu-land, perbliicl in a bliz-  zard at White Horse.  A man name'd John Suddon is irpnr-  t'.'cl to have been devoured by wolves  iicur Portage la Praiii'e.  Americans  are  delighted   over the  irill not pioinote liligalii.n in regard l" . for Anovvhea 1 was delayed for .some  mineral claims any more llian the hours neat Wiewain through i wo box  pl-isenl iu!'.'- of Hie Sui reme Court do. , cars gelling o Y lhc track.   ;       --������������������.       ,\ uoniplinn-n'-urybiinqut't will be j Uitv lois.  IL Wallon, an old limer, _ who ha.i ! tendered to Hr.pcrinteiKknt^ Dll- ; 'jlr. Moir.il.^iT-perlornf the Iinperiii*  been laid up al, Hie Cii.v Hotel' f,.|- -onie eher nay by the railway oilieiak Bank, was on a visit, to Ilevejsttike oi,  time suffering fro.n an .imineiiM' ear- i and eitizens uf Revt-lsiolie, prior.to ��������� Monday and Tuesday and left Wed*  huncle on the neck, is able lo be aliout    hirf departure foi" the C0U������t. j nesday for Golden, from  which point  again.    He  wa.- a tl ended  by Dr. Mc-'    The GieiiL Nori l.cr.i   will  build into j he will return lo Kevel-toke.  Lain who ha?'-urcessfii!ly leuiovi.'d the   Republic this year   nnd   the   Gran by |     jj,,, Phipj^*, accountant of the Im-  giuwth hy a seiies of cop.liuuous Uvat-   .-inciter proro.-e* ,to  build a line from | p^,,;.,]  j3;in!< ;lt   vimco,',vi-i';  .has mil-  ment. ', -        ' Kepu.ilic  lo Grand Forks to bring lie- J t.t.inieil Mr.   llearn  as manager of ihe  At Hie meeting of lh������ city council on [ lMI,'liL' ("'t'!> l0 llllJi'' =!",'!lt'1'- j lievelstoke branch of the Bank, entei  Sunday..  MUTirODIST L-lll'i.rjI.  There will be service to-morrow.  Good Friday, evening at 7:'6(\  The regular Herviees on Sunday  next will be conducted by the P; s-  to*. who. will proach on-" The Po-  **urree,tion of Christ." - There will  lu a Hi-reial' f.ervieo of J'raise in il:e  evening.  -   !5'J'. 1'ETCu'ri ClIfKOiI.  The annual  vtistry meeting will  b j held on Monday-at 8 p. ni.   *, :  .  A Bible Glass  will be started the,  Sunday after Easter under Rev. C.;  A. Proeunier. ,   The class will meet  at '2:H0 on Sunday afternoon:-.  Miss"MoConnoil, librarian of St.  Peter's Sunday school, invite,- con-  tributklb. of buuks for the library.  The only dilliculty in select*  ing'youi" suit here is due to  thc fact thal'wctiaxfe'.subhfa  groat variety.;      - ;    ,,  ,,If you  want a fushipnahle.  .   sprinu''suit  or   overcoat',,,we  suggest  a look, at ^ur, ,\icw  ,!     ���������  '   goods.        "'        . .     '.'���������'    ���������'���������'���������'���������;  Sjits $18, $20, $22, to $35,,  Trousers from $2,5,6, to $10,  Liidi:t High Clasj Custom Tailorins;.  d. B. CRESSMANi  McKenzie Avenue.   , ���������'  capture of Agninaldo,  and  believe it j j,^,.^, ^^ A'K];  Ah|���������,,������������������������������������������������������ .ugec] !    General     M inager     Vv'hyle     and j ing on his duties on  Monday morning  willend tlie lhillipuie troubles. | that  the main .-tre,. Is he gnivelled as   Ge.neial   Superintendent   Marpole ar-:     ihe   Greenwood   Miner   lins. the fo!  An ofticet says that (he Kootenay  men are the best body in the Uaden-  Powell police corps recently inised.  i they  wne In i-ig badly cut up, and be b iveti in the city on  Sunday morning , lowing conceining a fornier lesident  I referred pinlictiliitlv to the sections of and wmit sonlh. Mr. Whvte returning | (,f Revelstoke  and   hrolbor  of  U.S.  j Second St'  between  McKenzie avenue 'to   Winnipeg  over   the   Crow'a NVm ' Wilson,    the   well-known   tailor  unci   j .md   Hume's  wairhnti-e.  nnd between road,                                                             ' clolhier:     ������������������Cbfis,   While Wilson and  ,,,,...           .              ,i,i    : the Upeia Ik use and the 1'1-ewciy. ,        i ������������������ .   ������������������.,..;..���������   ...   \'i(.i,.,-,  ,],.     Agnes   Libel   Avery,   of  Greenwood,  bold   S disiuii v    I*-   repot tc-d   lo   be. A   piioia   m<i'iing   ,���������-.    vhiui,,i u.-,     n               ���������,.,,"     , ,.     ,,���������    ,     ,  si.trc ing from -.Uriylil's   dise.-t-c  and       It is probable that on assuming offkv nonncd   ihe   I .1Mb   and   d-manded i ^'1'''  ">''"'ned  in K",.nbl.c, W ash., b.v  will   ivlire   from   the   IVeinieiship of ��������� -'1S  <-'��������� P- "���������   Supeiintenileiit  lib- Wor- ihat   Hie   iailw:,"y fiom   Ihe   Coast   to,1'11'   Kl'v'   1J-    ii'-'iMart,    I resliyterian I  IJi-iliiiii                                  '           "    ���������     ���������; ship the .Mayor will   ,'liid  'it iicc-'---arv Ko.il'-nav   b"  luiill   bvan   opposition    '"Ulster of that place.     Mr. Wilson i.- j  '             '           | In ri'sigh   his ofTice a* chi.-f iiw^Mr.it-' emnnany.    JI foi.d.-miiwl the lei ms on j well-known in labor circles bete, being  Tiie Canada   Dm" & Hook Co. h.tve '' "���������'������������������'���������e vity  owing, to Hie large call*-on which tin- govern ment  invite.the con   '' l"wl"l/'l'l't'"l'[1"'^ e-iiern Labor Union1  BOOKS.  The Librarim of St. Pt'tor's Sunday School will be pleased to reccivy  contributions of books for the use of  the Sunday School Library. The  books nand not be in first class condition, if the reading mutter is complete as they can be re-bound.  G. G, McCONNELL,  .  Librariani -  JAMES M  BLACKSMITH & CAREIACE  BUILDER.   ,  Best Oatham Wagons, Delivery  Wagons (heavy and* iijjlit),  Uiig-nies,    Ploughs,. -*-'J Iarrotjtfs,;  and Cultivators. ..__ ^:;  REVELSTGKi-i  1.-. - t|r..L._bi.H  fitied upadaik'nionffor phofographyV; bi*   lime ,whii:!i  will  be  nude by his  Kverylxidy  id welcome  louse it any. "cvf dulies.   Iiilhat civ iln-ie w-ilMie  fane the'.' may i..-quire it , , *"**>t*���������i* n .''voralty eb-ctiuii eiv long,    _      Tho   I 0-pi(ill   tru-tees   are working  - _M.  Schwab is'to icceive a salary of" along citiieHy a:id w.-iiting for eslimati'.**  S'b'>>'.U*-<J   a   year   for   managing the j to be. hrou,'l.I.cloivn by ih.. govcriiment  liu-iiiL's.-.   of   the- I'nited   States Steel ( to see \c h it  provision  b made lor the '  Corpoiciticn.  "-Ii-uctioii of I hat toa 1.  Wi' ni'i' ass-iueil by a railway ofl'.ci.'d  that Ihough liiere i- nn Mini on the  ef.|im.'i|e*c t,f tbe (y,P.Il. for this year'  for a -liition at G'lbb-ii, I be-l.itiiin will  lie biiill, e-|'i r ially in - iew of the in>cei.  -illy of ( hangliiL' 'he   t --b-Lr'���������'. ��������� i di i cpp'iit-  : hliildiu,'   and   suppnit   of   -i   bo-pilal    ing oflice fi oin IJ.ni.ib) to d  li.i'.-i.  'and also   ,*statistician   for   the   Trades  .���������md Labor Council.'"' .-   ,  The " Willing Workers'" of the  Pri'hliytei ian Church gave .an enter-  Uininent in Hie Oddfellow-,* Hall on  Monday evening. Tli"i"' was a larg.-  -tllend nice, and HioM! fiiesent spent a  most, enjoyalile  evening   visiting   th"  ,        .   ,             .           , ,      ,.        - , "nil gallery," laking  "tlnee shies at  i licre befoie again   pusbiug   he mat,Ut.        Ar ..  . ,   .     .       , ��������� ,.  Some ..vveil  M-.Ili.U-.  for >p,i,,g aie    Ifbhe  i.uvMnn   IhH.  m .-NpeC-d \,    ��������� S! '^" .U" ' /\ ^'" '"-V      ^   V  * ''' , V^  lh"u������]vr .  sc-llingat   low  figures jus.   now; will | limdt, ���������������������������  hepind .se|,(,,,e will be cu-      7 ^'^m, ,n''i'"'    " m ! T .^hi.      "v' ''"  " I        ,Wi^UM.^-\  you  look at  thcub C.vs"S.nan  the a, t ' rjcd to a .iicc^ful is-ue. blm-es    cbib H*., ,      ���������:,-,,.    .,!,,.    A ,������.,������..,���������,,���������,. o   ^ongs aud ircitations j  -^���������.il-ii*   V.Iv'i.fivb. -iv-ei no i ���������������-'��������� ������������**   ',"1''   "'it-, w.t-iii'ig gnml-  bub,.'-    ^n-,  c-onli'ibiited  at   intervals   during   . J.   I).  Uojd is (no u-imi-r of the line -cailoi-  Itimmul  ' ,h ���������. fliei- good-, un  case   i<f pipe-:   pietimiteil    hy     II.   M. ib-r-'kii I������ a nd ovei-k ii-; *. wlbt*' mid-1  Sinythe for the last   fdinpeluiou at lii.i wear, cinl.iln   n^t-'.   ��������� i.rl.iin  nai^bul,  giilleiy.   Tbe winner ������coii-d  Hie pimsi- i-11kfiiiin'-, '/.-|.lr r yii.gli.iin-, full  Jin  blc (f 2.;.    Tliere  were '2'2 cbui|ieiitor- of   nieii'.-s   !un,-i-b i _--.     Th"  fi-iiai-'  and   the   ���������.buttling    wa-.   good,   seven rb'tei imiU'd   to   c.-y   only    t.by   1 ������������.-*.I  fl. B.  STONEX,  G-uiig nitli and  Macliiiist. ,  Over' Lawrence's  Hardware Stc:e,  REVEL SPOKE.      '  -* *  All'classes of repair'and tnachinitt  work promptly attended to., - -  U'liiiteil, ^ui.ii't ni"ii and wiiiicn I"  icpiotnt ii- in nil, di-l rid--. - 'jo"d  wiigef. mid .-ic.uly cinployuieiit. Wrile  11." Ciiiiuiu),   loom   10, FairrielJ block.  \'.-lll(OIIVi'l,  H. ('.  the evening, The "Willing- Workers"  'tie gnvilly plem-erl al Ihe Micces*, which  attended ilieir elVortH, I li-** ent"i tain-  ment ieii!i-ing illi*iii the haiidsoinc  ..liiu of fft'21.  III)''.-, of good".  'j ne' Siipicun- ei-'irl li:!-- over i'nl"ii  Ihe dei i.-ioti of lbe aul hoi ilie.- of the  Calholii: chin ih in lbe l)-.-lpil man inge  i-.-i-i', liuldiug Ihat lbe iiiiiriia^c i-  Viiiicl ttntlcr the civil law.  BUSINESS NOTES.  scoring vv ii bin one point, of iln-po-iii-  hie, There wi'.l he -inolh'-r compel:.  lion on lbe -"id.-Uli. H'-th. \i hen Mr.  Smyihe ������ ill award (bier luei I'-chiniiii  jiipe*. At liopbii".,  .    Al Ihe nn cling of the cily council on   ,  ' Fiidny   night   a   deadlock   ,n'o-e  a*, In  ib Ln    Althi'MHi,   v.i." Iiiid ������ girat ' vvbt-fher Hie  linaiiee r.i'iinnittce -boiild    nr.t, .Stic t  loe   ii'itin.L'd   by   Dr.  ,McI.e;ni,   ^ftei    go   Into   the  tile  flu nice-   fi ;��������� the ��������� -11  siiffeiing   much   fiom   a   noii-lii'.-iling j filing )'eiir and   advise th,. win ks coin,  wound CiUM'tl by a l'ro.-t-liilc 20 ycais i uiill-'e   of   th"   amount   available  fm  ago, i-< gelling .'Hound ag.iin, j wnrk-v or  wln-lh-r t lie wm k- commit- '-��������������������������������������������� '" "l;'o ���������'.���������;:��������� ������ ������    .lee   should, ii-'c I'.'iiin     what    work-        >L    13,    CJl'c. ,ina n  The eilj   ileik    h."is  leceiv.'d   from ' should   he   d.me   during   tin-   current ,! Spring order*.       Fb  .1. M. PcotI ha1- movi d iii-  MeKeii'/.l-   \; ���������-. lo He- H' ie  SHIPMENTS  Mad: During tho. Week by Rove!*  stoke Merchants.  The Very Latest. Styles  in niilliiury and novelties,  in belts, fancy combs and  pins can now be purchased  at the  Madison, Millinery Parlors  Missna Shepard & Bell,  M:K):ii'.'j Avonuc, Revelstdko.  Alf Msndoliiao," v  Boot and Shoe laker,  Corner of Second St��������� &, Victoria Jto.id.  3oots Made to Order.  . .���������--���������-  Repairs Promptly Executed.';*-;"  Prices   Defy    Competition.  For Sale  A BLACK8MITKIN0,& CARRIAfif  business:  _ An A.' i opportunity for one d<>u  siring an opening. ICasy terms,"  Satisfactory .reasons foi' wishing*to  sell.   Apply to ' ���������   ..-.  JAMES MCMAHON,  REVELSTOKE, B. C/  Mtf  7 v.:  itfhri' fluln  d  Ulli' r. on  A, X. oiuitli k  Uo!   f/i-'i--   bun  ;;!id of ii'ii-li < <j;a  N.iku.-ii the'Mini of. .?U2 in aid of   llie-i year and apply io lhc Ibiiiuc-.coinmit-.  'J'c-ii-i-iii'ir  family,   i-olleeted   by   Mes-  dames   Marl in     .Hitl     lid wards,   who  pnnilis-ed slid- -fiii-lii.-.;" eiiiit-rjIi'iiTfoi)!?'.''  b. I'...It,. .W.iitchtnuii .-l-jlftiii'y; :fif_:ibe,  Klvkl'iH Ui'f^-fiiss  hiiv (^���������ip.'i'i.diiTj'  tee to  provide,''. Ihe iiiini"vb   Aid. T-iy-  ���������'lot*'/Hid. the  VVOII..-I   coiiiinittee   enidd  ���������find a tu.-;! ns- of -expending 'jJSUOy.tKXJ to  SUlQ'Al. foi:-tbe Ibuu-IH;',.,f'��������� if,,* e'||y if-  l"p^1jift?\UvliJcnri'3'i   .  ii, nice.stock of bvc..;!;!-:, iiia-inly west  .pfb-E-.i^liiml, niai'kci 'and. . v.-orstwl  hrvii-!, .j '..,'-.'.;���������'     ��������� ''.' .;; ���������/������������������'''.' ���������,���������;;''  The li.itsiness-iiii'11, bf , Viincoucer arc  a-git.-r|.ei]'f!Vi't*lhi:i*('pi,i'ied'iii;i.'()dii('II(iii  I'i id .', 'b'j'jiii.; ��������� Ai'l'u".- b'.'!,"J, II  CllleV. .i'ii, Yk'K'i x.' r.-;-*:'  lionrii'- I,'ro*',���������Tboii: i.n  in/, Coin,iplix, l.'rilbn l.uk  ; Ciinyon. XakiH) . Trail.  ,-itll .        C.  li.   flume ,V; Co.-���������fb';) igi'liiii'l,;  h..j o|,'.Tii'd out   f.riliin Liil-.i. Cliinv.-illiaiii,   Arrov  .i   iiin. -npl'ly <>l  for   'rn.id Frida v  lb  L;.nd-1  Albert:  :' i-  GUY BARBER,  Watches, Clocks  Jewellery and Silverware. ."',  EngagouiDLit Rings ,b Specialty,  FRESH EGGS        m-mm mi^m  For Eastor, Sunday. I ReVrfstOke StatJOD, B.C.  JELLIES &  For Good Friday.  TiflO  ES  head, Comaplix, Glueier,  \Y,   M, ���������"���������Libvrttiee "- Fi.-rj.-b.-i/ii,  Comapli:;'.1 '   ' v..  ���������  : Hoi".ris A !iteed���������"*������'���������'.U. Qv^\ i\\'>  '  \t.J.  W'W.|l0ri.cl.,'l*;������Wr.j'Pu8i.. ������   .;       . ���������    ':      ;-.���������'.   Pri^y.-rfi^A  ���������M\W!r-Vw&t*v^M\ '��������������������������� -W.-fW  To .Order at  Firewood.  J. .iMrewood from the .Fred ��������� Kobinson  '���������'��������� Company's  iiii'1,, supplied at %2 per  cord, prompt caah WUhvoHcr-   bUr-


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