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 :vlv  ftec.  mm  m  ^TJBjLXSHIjIiX)   TUESDAY  .AJSflD   ^KIID^^-y.  Vol. 7.-No. 18.  REVELSTOKE. B. C,'APRIL 6/1900.  ,$2.00 a Year. ' ,  0  ���������^>������^><$?������$>-^'^?'^*^? &ftffat&(&<$hd& (^0f^5(^-^)f^?f4?r^������ (^������^t^)r$J������^������������^i������^>f^j  .. L'^m'G store!  fjTr?  'J nmiwwn.wuiiJww>:'J*->M^wi! '        J r OIL*  |: OiiP Extremely Low Priees Win the Trade, j  During the next Ten  Days we will offer our entire.stock of,  ENGLISH PRINTS AT 10 CENTS PER YARD. \  Printed Dress Patterns reduced to 12A cents.  Ladies' Blouse Waists from 35c. up.  Ladies' Serge and Lustre Skirts, plain and figured.  Ladies' Corsets, h-omb>0c. per pair upwards.   ���������  Crash Skirting, extra wide.  A complete range of Velveteens just,opened. ������������������  Tapestry, Table Covers & Portierres selling at a discount,  i. Boys Top Shirts now in.  | THE DRY GOODS & HOUSE FURNISHING MEN OF REVELSTOKE. |  It is now time to order your Spring Suit.   Spiing  Goods now in.     We will make them up at this.  -������ , s ' ,  time at very reasonable prices.   .   .. ���������      ���������    ���������     ,  D II ,      '   .  THE TAILOR.  4* ##45#44#^##4;^^^######^#^#### *  A*  4*'  a.  A'  4*  ������li.  4-  4*  Liberal Convention  In Session.  (Special lo the Mail.)  Vancouver April 5.���������Tlie conven  tioii was called to order at 3 o'clock  this afternoon by ex-attorney-general  Henderson nominating Hon: F. Peters  as temporary /chairman. President  McQueen of the Vancouver association  opposed the nomination Claiming that  Vancouver, oflicers should preside.  Peters was finally voted to the chair  and,, Arthur Mallins of "New Westminster was appointed secretary.  On-motion each riding elected representative ��������� on  credential committee/  The committee  after eicht hours work  ���������    A > . -*' '     -  reported against proxies.  r   Convention   meets   ftgain to-morrow  at 9 a. m.     There are , 2G5  delegates  present.      ,             ��������� '���������  ���������     "  Another Minister,   --t^r^  - t  ���������Victoria, April 5. ��������� S. ,; C. Ryder,  geneial storekeeper ab Cumberland,  was sworn in Tuesday afternoon, as  minister of finance and agriculture in  thu Mat tin cabinet.  suggestion as the one emanating from  Pernio is, let us hope, not ominous of  the future introduction of Mongol labor into the Crow's Nest collieries.  That would indeed lie the last straw  on the back of the white collier of Pacific Canada.���������Ncws-Advertisei.   .  .BoepsRflportCaptnpe  '��������� /British Seerst rlaiifl  GRIP AND PASSWORD.     *  Oddfellows Preparing to Celebrate their  Eighty-first Anniversary.     ' -  i. o. o. v.  1 L  On Sunday April 22nd, Selkirk lodge  No.' 12, and Revelstoke; lodge No. 25,  will commemorate 0,the eighty-first  anniversary of Oedfellowship hy attending divine set vice in St. Peter's  Church.  ' " '  ' Ou  Thursday  evening April'  2Gth,  Selkirk   lodge   will , further celebrate  this  anniversary  by an   '-At Home,",  invitations   for  which   will be issued'  shortly. '  ' ���������   ' MC. OF V. '  At their' regular meeting'Wedn'es-  day evening, Gold Range Lodge No.  .26.���������-conferred, three ranks one 10s-  quire and two Knights.,  What Next ?'���������  '' i) r  ^ _.  ' ' )  The British Columbia Mining Record  quotes a suggestion from Fernie,'that  if coal mining regulations were printed  in Chinese and Japanese tliere would  be no difficulty iu making the'Orientals'  understand the regulations, But why  on.earth/'should Bri'-'.ish Columbians be  thus askedbo'bacifirat'e the/ousting of,  their-own stock from their own industries by the' yellow and- other brown  men from Asia ? Surely employment  offering should, like charity, begin at  home, and amongst our own.     Such a  lo purchase each a pair of  Working Shoes at one half  original prices this means we  can save you 1U0 per cent on  above mentioned goods.  SOLE AGENT,  OFFICES':   FIRST   STREET &  every pair ticketed in plain  figures. 100 pairs to choose,  from, sizes from 0 to 10,  4*  ���������eg"-}  Now is tne Time to Buy before ��������� the Spring  Price List is in force.  &  ify.  anw.   n.u..u<fcim...'i.J.-U.J.m  4  f  WihN r ^  ���������Ir    4;     -O-     <_;  These are not Cheap Job)  goods but must jiiakc room for  new   goods 'arriving   shortly.  We Want' tire Money  You Want the Goods  therefore eyery pair must go.  Call Early and have First  Choice.    Remember the place.  FRONT   STREET,  Louise Brehany, Company./>  The engagement of the Louise Bre-  huny company in this city will be an  event of importance to' the musical  people here: The company is made up  of artists of more than ordinary ability  and some music, both '<< instrumental  and vocal, of more than ordinary merit  may be looked for.. The first pai;t of  i.the������performance will be given up principally to ballads, ^while the .second  port will be taken up with the second  .act of "Martha,", in costume. This is  by far the best tict in the. opera,...us it  contains the "Spinning'Wheel Song,"'  and.other gems.    ,  "     -    ,  .,    v ���������. -^ :   ^ '  Public School Report.  The standing of pupils in the Revelstoke public schools for the month of  March was as follows:���������    ' ,  division i. . w       J*.  Class V. St.���������Bessie Lawson, Ifarold  Clark, Ghartmore Gra.ham.  Cltiss ' V. Jr.���������Edna Neild, Flora  Palmer, Chas. Dent.     .'   .  Class IV.���������Pearl Robinson, , Mary  Edwards, Walley Clark'.  DIVISION II,  Class 111. Sr.���������Grace Somes, Fred  UVquhart, Joseph Morgan. .    0  Class TII. Jr.-Percy Dunne, Nellie  Daniels. Emma' Le.veque.  .   Class 11. Sr.���������.Harold Bun'idge.  Ben  Dickey, Blanche Davis. ,  DIVISION III.  Class 11. Jr.���������Gordon Woodhouse,  Arthur Bennet, George Toombs.  Class I.-iMargaieb Daniels, Guy  Vurhes, Joseph ,Nealon.  DIVISION tv.  Second Pi-ihiei'-.���������Thomas Wilkinson,  Jennie. Hyatt, Ephraim Sniitli.  Second Primer A.���������Agnes Blackberg,  Ale.vena Bain,.Lucy McCarthy.  *   Kit-sb   Primer.���������Cecil    Buck,     Alex.  Mellae, Frank Bm-kc.  First  Primer  IJ ���������Willie   Callicaiio,  Ethel Blackberg, Maggie Nealon.  DIVISION  v.  Class    1V.- lilieta   Jobnsoii,     I'.tlna  Bruce. Albert Ahi.-ih.-nnsou and  Eddie  Corlt'.y third.  Class 111. - -Dni-i.*, Beniictl, Eva  Doyle, .Jennie Kernaghati.  Class 11.--Ernest McMahon, I .r:tui,-ii'd  Woudhouse,* Charlie William.-.  Class I.���������Willie Picard, Edgar Bruce,  Regie Woolsey.  A. Sullivan, Principal.  Miss A. Smith, 1st Assistant.  Miss G. R. Mii-i-akd, 2nd '"  Miss R. E. Glovhii, 3rd   "  Jlrss A. Eijoah, kh "  ' (Snccial to the M.ui.)  London, April u.'���������Tlic war oflicj  has issued no news, i'or twenty*f6uj  hours.    There   is   no   si"n    that   thi  f     / O    t i P  Boers intend taking the oflensive bul  General Clement's force of 6000- mej  lias just arrived at Bloemfoutein auj  i.s being disposed to gu.-ud against tinl  surprise. ,  ,     liLOK-MJ-'ONTKIN. Apiil 5.---All'' Ullillj  portaut engagement lasting seven]  hours was 'fought pn Wednesday aJ  'Bushman's Kop.' ' There is no dang'el  of a water famine here.  ,. London, April G.���������In, the House t  Commons vesterdav Wvndhani, undei  secretary of war, stated that . 2(jdl  prisoners would .sail for Helena for't/ll  with.  ���������    Dr.   Jainesoii' has   arrived af  f\ 4 r  Capetown'.vei-y ill. ,    ���������  Burghers   arriving rat*     Brandfgii  from the scene of ambuscade give paJ  '.t-iculars 'showing   tliat when, the firsj  retreating   British   wagon entered thi  drift the'ambuscaders shouted   '-handi  up/J' and  after   removing   the. oiiiceil  allowed   the   carts   to pass, thrhuglj  This process was repeated several timJ  till   the    wagons 'arrived   in  a  buhcl  when the  ruse   was discovered.,.   Di!  orderly' flight   followed.      The Boeig  took   3S9,' prisoners  and   ass'ert th.|  they captured British secret, papers iifl  eluding maps   and plans of 1897:vIS9|  .and   luiiQ'ighnng  .outline'c,f Vcheimi  for.the invasion of Orange 'Free Stal  and1- Transva'al, and   for   reaching, ji  hannesburir   from  Mafekinir aloiv D\  Jameson's   route   a'niended  ��������� iso��������� as ��������� tl  avoid,   his   mistakes.    Another    plai  was for the   march from Blocmfonteil  to Kroonsdal via Lira tui fort. , .  Advices   from    Winburg,'  Vinte.:-!  burg,   Pricska   and    Kenhardbv sho  that   Gape  Colony   is'full of   rebelj  Kehhardt rebels marching on Calviml  and   other -town's   to.vard--  Strea'ns. >   ���������=     .  Ukussels, April -J*.���������As, the trail  was leaving the northern station fcj  the .Southern Railroad station^ an ij  dividual fired a revolver at the PrinJ  of AVales but-missed His Royal Higlj  iiess.~     The  offender has been'eaugL  '"Four tec  The X-Rays Again.  When the x-rays are directed upon  the minds of the. fair sex, disclosing  their thoughts, it;   invariably   reveals  the fact tint they are desirous of pro-  _^ _^    curing some of those nattv silk waists  IR3I3 V ISXrfSTQX^-K I ^'W Jau>^ Gill (fi Co.  As Satan Would do It. ' \  ��������� Following the example of lbe Rel  Mr. Sheldon but going to theopposil  extreme, IL J. Feltus. editor of til  Bloominglon Star, will this, week tiiil  over his oflice aud his papc*.- iu c\  devil.    In an editorial lie said:  "A   good many   newspaper* iva.lel  (hink they etui run ,-t paper better th.-J  the editor., No doubt'his  satasilc  mf  jesty thinks the   same  thing,   s'liie  week we piopose to give him ,-i trial i|  turnin < over the Sjar to him I'ot oiie  ,suc. and letting him   run   il  acc.ir.HiI  to his own notion. f.Snitalih- coiitriiij  tions for such   pa|ei''.   I>rieljy writt..-  will lie ri'i-eivi.-d and cou^-ideied if i-t-  in early in the week.    Xo chnic-h  not!  ces nor reading or aihcrti.-euieiiU of  religious   nature   will   be  received   f|  next Sunday's  papet:   we  propose  let the devil have full sway.  It Beats Everything.  The Toronto Globe's London coins  ponclent cables the followingfrom Lo[  don: Thii Financial Times reniarlJ  "Tbe prosperity of the . Dominic  thanks |(o the government which wil  Sir Wilfred Laurier at its bead, life  reached as ' near th'e ideal' for "a --i-i,  governing British colony as it** possilf  in this imperfect world.' has bec.i cf  traordinary and yet has had few  those ephemeral features, which woJ  tend to the belief that it is shott live! THE KOOTENAY MAIL  '    ���������<-.  ������  Jf  Zbe IRootena^ ilDait  PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY.  ���������.4T���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  , ���������BV���������  It. 1.. CAMPBELL.  l'UBLISUKK AND Pl.OPi.IETOl.,  Subscription- Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  ADVEUTISINt- KATES oquot on appli-  cutiuu. '  JOB PItlNTIXG of every kind at moat reason  ' ' ' able rato unci shortest notice.  ACCOUNTS for job printing or advertising  payable on the lirst of every month.  CORRESPONDENCE on nil matters of local  or public in! crest invited and carefully eon-  .sidei-cd. All communications to the Editor  intii-t'be accompanied by the name of the  writer, not necessarily i'or publication, but  a.-* an evidence of good faith.  Address  ', ��������� The Kootenay 31 ail,  ' -   Revelstoke, B.C.  were among tlie tilings that Sunday,  and especially Sunday evening, .vas  instituted for. The raising of this  question opens up a wide field of action  for the members of the Sabbath Observance Association.  THE' BUDGET.  A Few Pointers Showing ^Progress of  Dominion under Liberal Rule.  '   FRIDAY, APRIL (il 101)0.  Ni.w.si'.. ri;ii.s to hand from the east  give-I Ion. Mr. Fielding's budget speech  in full.' The following is an extract  ftoin the t������--po?r~iTr"tlT(ri\Lontreal Herb  aid, dealing with tlie tarilY aud thc  flit mo policy of the government. Mr.  /Fielding said :      ''      ,  " The policy of   this, government in  t;u iff matters has been from the, begin-  "ning'a'-policy' of 'moderation, a -policy'  ,   of pi udence and   of   caution.   .   Tliere  ��������� are '.hose who said that we were,undet  no   obligations   to    make     sweeping  ,<��������� changes, biit those were notour friends.  ��������� The policy of the Liberal party, as laid  down in the great convention in.the  city of   Ottawa'in   1893, was that we  ' should initiate a policy of tariff reform  whi.-h   would   have, due, regard to all  existing' conditions   without doing in-  justice to any interest. *  '  " We have   adopted  that policy and  carried it out- iu thc  letter and in the  spirit.    Step, by step desirable changes  .have been made, and  iu every step we  take    wc   are, satisfied   that  we shall  create no  disturbing inlluence and in-  ,        -* ' ,  jure no industry in   Canada, but shall  meet   the   reasonable  expectations  of  tho  people  of   Canada-foi-  a further  measure" of tariff'reform.-' (Cheers.)  ���������'��������� 1   desire   to point out that, with a  1 large  and  overflowing   treasury,    tlie  people have a right   to expect a reduc-  tion of taxation.      We propose to give  them a reduction, and   give it to them  on lines   which   will   create   the least  " disturb.u7ce~aucl  encourage to a larger  extent our trade with the motherland.  Jf we take the largest classes of  goods  imported froni   England  and the high- i,condition  of  trade.     The clearings in  est rate of  dutv, s-iv   33 per cent and ; --he six  principal  cities of   Canada-in  ,    .    ,,   , :,"���������      ���������",     ..       *, 1S07 was $1,17*1,000.000: in 1S0S, $1,390.-  applv to that the reduction 1 now pro- I JAi. , ,     .     ,���������    ., ...,,,,,,���������m  - -   ���������������������������, " ,.   ,   ,   ,    10)0.000:  in   1890. xj,oo0.0!)0,000.-an in-  pose of Jo!, percent or one-thud ot the , ^.^ {)f ^vjoo.OOO in two years.  total duties, the OO per cent is brought ;     rtl 1S05. 1S90, and  ISJJ7, the Canadian  down to '2'.}\ per csnl. '       ! Pacific   .Railwav    actually   cancelled  .       " 1-submit that as things are to day | more land sales in , the Northwest thai.  ,   Ottawa,'March  31.���������  The  budget*  of 1900 has  proved   to   be  a. worthy  successor to   those   which   have   been  presented by thc same minister in previous years.'   Each year Mr.   Fielding  has been able to   make   a1 .satisfactory  report of the condition of the'country's  finances and those   reports   have   been  in    steady     progression,'   arithmetical  progression  at first,   t;ut   this   year   it  Iooksj  like. - geometrical   . progression.  As he hiinsf.]f remark-en', thc-budget of  1S08 was good but that' of   ISOp   was  phenomenal.      A year ago  we   looked  upon 18'JS as phenomenal but so,quickly does the human mind adapt itgelf to  "changed conditions   that   after   a   few  more years of  grit   rule   this  sort  of  budget will he taken   as   a   mailer   of  course^ and the old days of'big deficits  will be but the fading  memory  of  an  unpleasant  dream.     'Following are a  few figures worthy of consideration :���������  The'total  value of  the mineral pto-  ducts of Canada  in   1890 was $16,700,-  000;' in 1895, .$20,700,000: 'in, J SOU, $10,-  2-15,000.  The bank  discounts  on   June 3Uth,  1890, were only $130,000' hi'gbei   than,  they were  three  yeats before,'but on  January' 131st, 1900, they had increased  over $75,000,000. c  The aggregate trade of Canada for  the first eight months of 1S99 was $193,-  152,090 aud for the same period of the  current year $225,287,000,'an increase  for the eight, months of over  $32,000,000. '     ���������  ' The domestic exports of the'United  States in 1S9U, was $15.8-1 per-head and-  of Canada $25.S5 per head. The total  foreign trade o������ the United .Stales in  1899 was $25.31 per head ancl of Canada  $58.90 per head. , ,.������������������'..  The number of immigrants arriving,  in Canada.in 1SS0 was less than 17.000;  none of' whom (speaking generally)  were from the United States ; last yeju*'  -i-i,500 settlers came into the Dominion  of whom 12,000 came from' the Republic to the south. f  'Ou June 30th, ISO 1, the wage earners  of the'countiy had $-13,000,000 saved up  in tin- Post Office and Government  Savings Banks,0 in June 1896 this had  been increased $3,700,000: but in January 1000 the total had grown to $51,-  503,000.  The amount of bank cleai ing*-, is re-  coy tiized as a reliable indication of the  r./>,,- 4.       Kootenay Lodges  '^vf������    ������    -ln-X* No.l3A.F.&A.M.  *   *   The regular meetings  arc held in (lie Masonic Temple. Bourne  ���������gc^=r-TIall.  on  tlie    third  '"^sJIoiitiaj'   in   each  ������Si month   at,   S   \>.  in.  S~   Visitiit^   brethren  cordially \v elconied.  LL J. PlIATT  SucitETAitv.  REVEZiSTOKS TjODGE, I. O. O. P., No. 2C.  Uetruhiv mcetines are held  TTAJU3K    AND    AVELL    L1'J  J( SAMPBK ROOMS.    Hr,  1&&^?^������?^?������& o'clock. "Visiting bi-c  "?������"-<i.***?f*-^.-H,--r"^1 cordially welcomed.  T.J.GIiAlIAM: X.G.   K. A. KKTTLJSSO.V.Sue  SSF-.-EXaK LOSS;., 2fO. 12, 2. O. O. F.  .^~rr~~~. P.Il-v-I-s evei-y Tucsci.-i;  ^f^7<y      b.1^^"1^.     evciiiiiginOtldfcilloMi  /^b   W    ���������&,'    ^Xllt.ll    'tu    .-,    o-cluc!  tl     -/C53T1JS     S)Vi-;t;ng hr.-Uin-n on.   \  ^Sgfgiss ���������     ^^dia'.iy  invited   to  m  tend. j  b. iiax ������::i. \'i:-:. 6.    ,   \v. matuii-:, hi.  hot air and electric bcl  liglit in every room. J-'rcc bus n|  trains.  REASONABLE RATE!]  Xiglit Grill J Zoom in connectioiSl  convenience of gucots arriving ll  parting by night trains.    Hourll  \J\      ..  .   . '          ear between hotel and station.  JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR ��������� ��������� ��������� ' ��������� ���������.; REVELSTOKE^  ht, uiz.tM.1 HAL "HO  s ;.-*,- -.i^'   oousv iiT-r.' ���������;i.y.c������Q.\ -'  _    ,-��������� .v  .*, / -, \~ .A-r';.\  b'i'bb'.���������b-h',^.-?^'    ���������   ?. O. P���������Ko. !Ktfl.  ���������   ]'>}:'r\W'^A;.Ar\   !.npel-,in lho .)(ld:M!(i������f.  t   b--".b/V/^i/.'-'bb>|  /l.'.ill wi ihe beco.-id and  \\tl'.'.#?,-���������<��������� '*",*i'b-������ >* fiiiii-i.h Alondftys r>:' cieh  S^i-'*"' 'A.'AJJi'VjiU'V   moiUli.    Vi-������iii!!g  breth-  ;������."��������� i,.'A,i ;i*'&  ���������V->'i at;.  i\ii   ins'iiecl   to  attend.  "*'t'-ai.,.-.s-*=" (  TC. 1). J. C. ,JOI-TXSOX,       b " V. ���������*'��������� ITCH KI<U  C! JL - " if. !-". ���������   ,  Gold Ko.na'3 iotigc,  K. of -P., No. 26,  ,j. at. ci toss, ar.D.,  c. o.  \y, wiksot:,  K. okH.&S.  Newly Built.  Lighted by Electricit j  ���������Throughout.  A.  JIObDiCH"  AN"AlA"nCA'I. CUKSIIST  AXD  AKSAYKn.  Koyal School of nLiiK-H.'Tiondnn.  S'.iven ye.w.sai, Alorfa \Vorks, Swnn&ea.  SovonU'en   years   (Jinof   Clioini.st  lo A\'igaa,  Coal mid Iron Co.. t'hig. , _    ,       , ^  Late Cheiiiii-.tiunl Asvtj'Cf, Hull Minos, Ltd.  l-ivory description   ol' assay * and  annlyticul  work, ii'ndei'tnkci).  Cl'iiins c-\_<iniiiic'il and i'011'n-lcd upon.  '   ItEVlOJjoTolIK. B. C-    - 1-  H  ARVBY cfc JJcCAliTER  BARUISrii-R-S, SOLICITORS, ETC.  Oi-'i-'iciis :   J/loLfioxf.   Ba.v:   Block,   Kevisl-  STOKK,   B, C.  i\ri-aey to lo.in.  Otlii-r.!-: lievelstoke, P.. C: J-'ot-I, .Steele, B.'C.  Gko. ,S. McCautkh, ,i. A. Hai.vkv,  llevoI>tokc, B. C i<'ort .Steele, B. C.  6  x ���������    ***  M Best Brands,of  \ Wines, Liquors and  1 Cigars.  R. "OALBY, PROP'R.   I  t > f c *1  ' '"     HI  ���������0-OK>^-0-0-'0-OrC^aO-aO<)-0<)<5"0<><)'~0<):<>  in Qaiiada, that i.s a fair revenue tariff,  and I do not think that the advocates  of, tariff reduction would !isk us to <'0  tht'y eifected new sales, but in 1S98 they  sold" nearly '3OS,000 acies and in 1S0U.  ^".(XXl'Ticres- The'Doiuinion land sales  in   lSao-Gfl were  to the value of   only  J.  <.W. CROSS, M. D.c  SURGKO:-,* TO TUB C. 1'. R., CITY HEALTH  OjWICIil-..  Oflice: Taylor Block, Mackenzie Avenue.  G-old.   Silver; Lead,  and  Copper Ores *  W.  PELLBW' HABVBY, ;  J-". ti. S., lite.  A-is.iy Ollice-. and jMctallnvgieiil Works  VAXCOUVKIl, H. (.'.  Sampling Work-,, 717-710 I'under Si reel.  I*, in-opiu'cd  lo   pun liaso ��������� the   above    cln-iscs  of  ores for LIil  following  Kngli,*,h  hoiihC  whom he re;*, osent's. vv/. :  Vivian Sz tiO'-,-, Suan-^oii, 1'illiol.ls Melul Co.  Ltd., B'.t-ryport,   South   Wales,  Smelter.-,,  Re5a r-s, Dohilvevizcrs-, Manufacturers.  ChecJ'-i-.ig   .sr-ici-Scr    palps  a   specialty  j. V\.'Stone, Proprietor..'   Rates,- $ i per day. . :   Electric lighted, furnace heated  "Newly- built and furnished. . .'.  Finest  and   best  supplied   bai  rn the citv  ,. GorrFrorit and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B. C-.l  on    that , class   of articles   below the t S03,fJ0U,   and   the following   year the  ritPM we have  now named :   and   inas- Umount dropped to'868,000,   but  last j  ���������  '      .    .,,.-   ,  , ������������������*.     ��������� i   - . -vear 8135,000 was invented iu Dominion  mucli us   tanrl   stabihtv is \crv aesir-, - ,     .  -=;       "       ,. , ,    i landr in Ihe west. .  ���������   able, and   inasmuch   as  conhdeuce  in ���������     ThL, ;lVeni^; am)11(l| increase ol'  the!  business is the -secret to a lar^n eMent, I tf.ulo of Canada   during  the dittvp-ut j  oi pro^peritv. I  want to say to uli con- ! far-ill' periods sinc-c confedi-ration i- a,-, j    ,  cen.ed t.hat'l   reqard that raU- of   :,.,.���������, ' follow--.  .' Ib'o.ii JSfiS to HTSIten jvm-. |     ,,  ,  P                                        '' . of n-vi-ini-.* tanll)  ...I.)   per t-eul :   from    ���������  per cent as a   tair   ana leasonable tar- ' jsT-^ i<i lM������i Ct-i^hiccu \ i.- of i-xiieiinj;  as, Jo Aman.  Eiiglish Tobaccos,  i  (^���������0<>'0"CK>^f>0-00-'O^OC<)<)'<>0"0-aO"0^<><Kl  rj?i5:iis  if]    Mill,    which   I    ihink'thec.un'L.V    prolcc-tionj 2.1 I ,..-.; enj :   fm,���������   K-iJ to j sl������ai!   _/JA    "(Jiltl/CU'    \   \  tifior  ISH.) It hree vi-iir*. ol   ri-ciu'-i-d tarn!   and| ,,      .  will he salislicd. and    f   do   noi. auliii-   jn-i'icrcnc-i-'to (in-nt   IMt.-tin;  I \.7?l per  pale a reduction on   that class of , ������rl i- . f'"f \ Wv. ,'"r,,,,p   ���������rV,,,.'l J*"J!''. ,ff",,r !  1 ... motillH   bt-'injr    .-siiinat'-oj     I I.J I    per,  cles   tor   a  reasonable   time   in    thc; i c-uiit, ' I  future."   'I'H^ar, hear.) , .' 11 i- nnib'i-t.lly .i.J n.is l.-.l J li.tt ii,,..-? |  . .    .  ' ,. is no   Ix'ttcr   er itf-i ion   ol    lb"   ^ciit-i.il  F.Ke where in thi-- is-*ue -.ve piib]i-,)i a \ \)xVA\\m<^. a. livity n'" I in-'-ounii-y ;.m������! of;  fr-w lVM inrl n-ures   wln'rh will re.,di* ', f;>ndilioti  nf  th'- -a ������r kin ' d iw-, ib.n.  n ^     t       I In-fiivniiti mil   ol   -in.ill   bulk notr  Iv corn ince   th" n\-eraire reader of   th**,', i d,. si   and  y2   u >'.<������������������'.      Th--   v,tjt(,. o[  unfit-edited pv^^ r)���������   Dominion | J>-"  ���������\<^j\[ '^l^^XtC  i--   i: iw   making   as   a  result nt'' llireo J i-iij'i.oOO : iu IS!)0. >������������������'.). I'_*'������,Ob). | ,  -   i *i        i .     ���������!������������������       t Tin- lotal I lade of f '.mad.t in l.Wi'-i'tiii-  vcai-ot   Liber.il t.trili   if.-ronn  as coin     ,. '"   l ,l,ll,."',u..      ���������,,,-,���������,.   ,,, _  ..jvt  lit--! vear of c'oii!������-<|e,";tt ion I   \\.i<  .-ij.>l,-  I/alJlS.  '-S*OTVS^"---.PHONOGnAPHS.  HcVELSTOKE  p-iir.'d with   eighteen   years of Ooiifter-   (jiyj.i/jfi: it li.td'iufr������>.'-->--d to -SJ72,0'W,(J!/i  i*t . .  i* i ��������� i  !  m iiir-ii'.'t-" nf ;i;|].Mli),f)*rJ in   U-ti   year-  value   Iiil-Ii   proiectmn    policy   ulnch ; ;������;.,-I^,^.nfllf.   ,<���������^'.   ���������,.   ���������n   flvi-r.,^   of  3   f,->, j i ,j v I. 5--.-1/ - <J, t \3 ii J' ill   ti  nifjccdi'd it.  .>���������:-!, 700, fK it I per .mm.in.    In 18W-. Canad.-r  111::  " ^T^m  (T(.  ital trade wa- $,-������",'.1.iyY),IM1 cin   inei-eae ���������  9 ...  o Koo'tenav Lu-mbep-Co:  Q' c/'  Q " ^ (Limited Liability.)  Y ,     '   Manuracturersand Dealers in ai! Kinds of  6 ftuulum    ������ . UrtLdOi-U   - LUivlDtn..  q  '        ,_     Also shingles, jpouldings, base boards,  X ' casings'; finishing-  lumber,- extra   wide  0    .  ��������� cie-'T pine and cedar.      Long-   dimen-       ���������    '  Ssion   timber 'cut   lo   order.    A laree ,l\  assorlnK-nt of 0 season   lumber kept on  (") hand ia thc yard and  sheds at Rcvcl-  (y stoke by the pioneer lumber dealer of  A Kootenay   win) also has had considet-  cq able   experience   in     eastern   Canada  A which   enables   h.im   lo cater.for what  q '  ^i(' builder re(|L!ires.    You will always  A find him readv for business.  6 '     ���������  x   Pricey Right.     Terms Strictly Cash.     Leave Your Order;  o    IL Tapping, Agsal, fievolstofes, 1. C."  r  O  ,i.  , in ci^blfi'ii yeni-, ( t,l exl n*rm-* pt-olef  h-  i \   \ i)M-;iclt of promise case r.icenlly } ion ) of ^fi'O.fJfjO.OOO or an avt-:ai.<c- of ;������������������������.��������� ,   I'  .    ,        ,. .1        i   e      l     .        ��������� ,' 700.0PO.    In IW(><), if tb.> remaining  f<nn-     ''  "���������"���������������' ���������'������   I;'^'"tl.e   defendant   set,  ���������p l',,,;,,,^ ,|f f ���������,. ������������������.���������, >,.,,,. k..,p, |ip  ;,h���������  ihe plea that the alleC(f:d contract hav- j nvcra^e, the total   trade   will   be $,';,7I,  , , r,     ,] ���������   1f i 000,0'(0 an    iiicnuse  of  $]f{.",fX:0,IXy)  n,  inir been made on a. .Sunday ni������ht wai ��������� ||||i'<>ji y(i;||.s   (<f  ,ilni,,���������|  n(\m\ni>,\mrit,u  void    uivlcr   the   ^e.noral .Sunday law. i anil pr'-fercutial  tariff.  Tin. avera'fc'   increa-*e   <"'f   trade  diir-  ' Iffi&f''        filmic. i-0-0-aC>000<K5*0<KH><><>CKK^^  , 1/ y'-n\\ ViCLM j  The ji'd^e overi-uicd the, plea, and observed tliat in the part of the country  where his yonih was pawed tlie young  ];ctT"iio t-jVd tu i Ij I ii U tbVt- W'-ii cuuir'dcl-j  int? 18 years of Toiy pi olection was  $.'-5,7(K),h(K) each year; the average in-  c'rea-sc din-ins four years- of liberal  prefm-ential and uvxv'vnl reduction ol  Hvltt, W4 h'e'un ^,S09,U00 each yt������r.  Wfwh  JT^JVEyS ATRIAL  r.-r.*xrnin;ii**oiii^OTia--T,a*;.tEi^ ^KtKassmKcaten.mas������ivx c������m������ w  SI.   UUYiC-m   Oi  UU-, Repairing & Upholstering ������  G-BO. S.  HOQAN, Prop.  'Phons   43.  Doii  \Vff,n-hnuse in connection for stomp-o of: f.-imily and othpr furnidire,  I rtink*s,'elc, at monthly or other ra.les. Agents for Raymond. Sewing .Machine. THE~*KOOTENAY MAIL  THt ROUSING OP :f  FORD HAWPTON,  ���������������  ���������  ���������  Ifc Was Effected With Deliberate Intent ou the Fart of a Youue  t ' Woman.  By W. R. ROSE.  (Continued.)  i  .Never was tliere a greater change in a  tnan.    For J had lost his^listiossnass.   Ho  '   labored like a Trojan early and late, and  ���������hard work thoroughly agreed with him.  Tlie linn hftd been in existence jusl six  mouth-, when he came into (lie otlicc late  one 'aiii*riioo:i, his face glov.-in^. bis eyes  hpiii-tdiiib  "Met I'.-ipa Barnes .ui.st now," he ciib],  "n;.d papa'came at nv.- with both hand**;.  It was- rcn-ly hniirhabk'."'  s   "Ami Miriam V"  "t^lie \v.-isi!"t'wi(!i him today, but I've  Hi-en her sever;! 1 limes-lately." '    /--  "Are you ip.iit" sure you are proof  against the old faseitialioasV"  ��������� "Qttile sure. Tho more J see of Miriam tlie more I admire .vou." ' . * -  lie blurted ' it out thoughtlessly, ancl  then, as ho realized .(he hluntiioss of the  i-i-inai-k. ho .in-ned toward, her ytiickly.  Her eyes^wero lixod upon the paper before lier.                          "             'i          11  "You look tired," he gently said as he *  moved nearer.,    "  "   ''I am tired,'' she answered.    "I really  ,    thiuk," she wont,on slowly, "that I will  have to give up tho business altogether.-  You are started now and do not need me.  f  and I think some of going away."  "Goiug   away!"   he   blankly   echoed.  "Why,  what  would ^1  do  without you?  Yoii've made me'tho man I'am.    You're  , put new life  into mo.    I���������I can't spare,  .T,ou." '��������� II6 looked at her with   a. dazed  ,    expression.  ",'Olv yes, you can.'' she said, with a  ghost'of a smile., "You have learned to  walk alone very nicely. All you needed  was self confidence."  lie came a little closer.  ',   "Annabel,"  ho said very softly,',"I���������I  will not ask you to stay here as my parl-  ,    nor, but as my/wife."  She looked 'up at,him with'glistening  eyes.' -Then she faintly smiled.   ''  ��������� "The revised arrangement is in' every  way satisfaclory," she demurely murmured. ,  ^A'half hour later, as they -wero walking  toward   -Annabel's   boarding   place,'* sho  '  suddenly stopped him.- ������  "    "Walk slower," she said.-   "1   have a  confession to make.    1 want you to know  that 1 went, into your service full of tbe  ��������� idea of niari-.ying you.    It was all wrong  cf course,  but  wait until you Joarn  the  eircuni'-'taneos.     Perhaps you  may 'have*  heard''yonr mother speak of ah eccentric  fn'en'd of her girlhood days whose name  was Cameron. ' He was very peculiar and  "* had' theuidea 'deeply  rooted  in'his mind,  that   he   had   remained . single   on   yonr  mother's account.   lie was my uncle, and  I was with him when he died.   In almost  ���������the last sentence he spoke he begged me  to come here and do my best to marry ,  Jennie's son, as he called you.    I promis-  ������ cd him  I would try to gratify his wish.  He had done so much for me.   I hope he  see's and  knows that'all is well."    She  ,   paused a moment, then she blithely add-  , ed:,"But now that you know the depth of  my , underhanded   plot   let's ' change ( the  ,  subject.   'Where   are   we, going  on   our,  wedding journey '."'-  "But/dearest, dare [ go away;" cried  Ford. "There's the Summer plat. What  .will thc owner think if I run away i'i the  midst of my preparatory labors'.1"  "Pooh!" said Annabel softly. "I'm the  owner."���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Ways of Telling- Time.  So regular is the progress of business  in a great city like New York thai many  persons mark.the march of time-without  referring to a clock. They merely noie  passing occurrences. Xo mat lei- in what  section of,, the dry one may live he will  after a moment's thought recall some  daily occurrence that -will acquaint him  with the time of day.'  The ��������� people on Washington Height*1  have for,years been able to tell to a dot  when it is II p. m. on weekdays and 10  o'clock on Sunday nights by Ihe toot of a  familiar tugboat whistle. This tug whistles for a watchman. A cashier in one of  llie'bigg.**-!'ban!..-, n.e.-ir Wall street never  looks at Ti ini.y as he approaches hi-- office. He l.noMr- to a cerlainly whether  he i.s on lime by the lo-.'.'tlint: in which he  meets a shoc-tring p"dd!i*r. If lhc latter  be on the south .-.iii" of I'iue street and  Broadway lbe cns'Iii'-i- knows he is on  time. Should he be lo the north of that  point the cashier is laic  A woman on West Twenly-liftli street  bcL'ins to cook breakfast every mot-nine  at (he moment (hat a certain police oln-  eei- goes by. It is hot- way of telling time  and the bluecoat's approach never varies  n minute. It is a most info rest ing xludy,  this telling of (ine: without* watch or  clock.���������Xev.* York Mail and Evpresp.  JjiSB-iJ Ficticn as to Eiifc'es.  , The English Iani".i:;ge should be sa  Amended as to preclude the legal word  "infant" from applying to all lu'i'^ons under 21 years of age. There is pomuthiug  no babyish in tho term that it is hard to  reconcile it with the idea of a person 20  years 11 m on I lis and 20 days of agf,  though such an individual would undoubted ly be an infant in the eyes of a court  of chancery. This seeming ineeiisisiency  was absurdly demonstrated in New York  tl few days ago, when an "infant." no(  quile 21 years old. weighing 10."> pounds  and standing 0 f-.-el 1 inch tall, was represented it) court by a falhcr who wanted  h'ts.sop'u mai'i-iagB uauullt-d.���������Kid-'-ucud  Dispatch. t, ; .    ���������  '.,  f. Oil PS [Oil!.!  As   Center   Rusk of. the   Hardware  Eleven He Distinjr.iishes Himself,  as Does the Whole Team.  e  '    BY KATE MASTERTON.-  Copyright, 1S00, by'Ervin Wardmaii  )  )  "Frcshington is a man of ideas," said  Sir. Dobiey to his wife:  "What notion liai he put in your head  now?" asked Mrs. Doblc'y.    '  "fie   has   suggested   that ..wo  form   a  hardware eleven."'  "A what?'',  < "A fool ball team composed entirely of  hardware men. Fta says that college  alhk-tes are bc-i������g idolized io a ridiculous Client and tiii,i ihore is quite as  much brawn'r.nd'uiii.scic-'and skill among  ordinary individuals; who make iio bid  for notorieiy." ��������� ' '  '   "Well, what will be Ihc-objoci'?"   *  "Why. in .he !ir.-*-t place, we will benefit  by   lho   I raining.      In   the 'second   place.  Ib-c^hingion'���������>   idea   i-*   iliat^wi.*  can   develop a team so strong that we can make  lhe.se college eliaps look like ilO cents."  "..bit they won't play with you."  , "Not aL'lirst,  perhaps.    But when we  develop the wonderful team we haven;  mind   we shall   be  world   famous. '  The-,  we shall go abroad, and when  we beat  everything in sight ou thc other side we  shall challenge the world for the chain-'  piousliip.     L'reshingtoii   already  has,, de-  sighed, Q 'Clip."  ,   "But you don't know how to play."  "Oh, we intend to engage a coach,  and,' of course, we know more or less  about the.game. Some of us', have played, you know,' wlien we wero college  .b'oys ourselves. , But tliis aristocratic  football trust' must Lo broken up. At  .present no one seems to bo considered in  tho game unless ho is a long haired  , heavyweight kid."  ','B.it how can 'yon attend to business  and play football too?"  ��������� "We iuteud to do most' of our training  early in the morning before breakfast;  then we arc going to have practice  games Saturdays and Sundays." <-;-,, '  "I have heard it is a dreadfully dangerous game," said -Mrs. Dobiey an.v  ' iously.1   "I do hops you will be careful."  "It isn't a parlor,game, certainly," said  Dobiey. "But, it's all right when you, are  in condition. You.may get jumped on a  'little bit, but your flesh' is hardened and  you don't -feel it. ' Then tho new rules  have abolished all the brutality--of the  sport.    .There's uo  biting or"���������"  "Biting!'.' said Mrs. Dobiey in'horror.  ,v "Nor kicking nor, anything, of that sort.  It's comparatively a gentle game. Then  the clothing is made so,that a man is  thoroughly safe. I've' ordered some  things .that will be sent,.home , in the  nio'i-ning." P '  ''You'll bo tired of this in a week. I  can just fancy you getting up early in  the morning to go out and exercise!"  "And I must have a special bill of fare  now, Mrs. Dobiey���������soft boiled eggs,  rare steak and chops, only the simples!  desserts,, plenty of prunes and fruit and  no stimulants of auy kind."  "Hmm-m!" said Mrs. Dobiey sarcastic-'  ally. ,     '������������������  "You may sneer now, Mrs; Dobiey, but  one of these days, when you see me carrying the ball over tho line amid the  plaudits of the multitude, you will stand  up and yell for the hardware eleven,  champions of the world." ,  ' Next morning a ca,vgo of boxes arrived  at the Dobiey home. There was every  known garment and implement that ever  had 'been invented for use in the game.  They rpiito filled the study where.they  were,deposited awaiting Dobley's arrival,  "When he, came home, he put some ot  them on and came out to show them to  Mrs. Dobiey.'  SOO PACIFIC. LINE  America's &peat  rpanB'-CoBtinental Route  m  ibiVj  Quick Time!  G-oqd Service!  Glass and Teurisi Sfeepeps  0  From,    ,  0  <���������<  i   '  ",        4M   +>���������   -i>   -o-   -*J-    o-   -*jt   *>   ->   ->   ->    o    -j������   *>   Ji-   ->   -o-   j>   *>    -h   -y    ->-    ->   jj-   -o-   *y     z~  fWi  rl  leas io  009811  'ici.i-t'.<'l--suod Tbmnyb   and I3a{,'K;,ff'-  ''      (Jiiocki'd to Dentinalitni-       -    '  ' Daily Trains  jln-t i.KVJ-XS'i'lJK"!-:     ' Ys'i-il  }-.:_.) leave ' Seine I7.:;0  1 -  '   ' TO.'.MU'li'l'.l K'Kira.N.U'   I-CIINTS.  S.!0 le:i\c    '       , ,, ai-rlvo 1(5.10  .Tte   Canadian   Paeifie  Steamship Go.'s  .  '���������',������������������*���������  ROySLAKU and KOOTENAY.'  * ,  JjC-aye Arrowhead daily for all point*, in Koot-1  enay,"making conneetioii Nakusk for all/  points on Xtikusp & Slocan railway and'  Slocan Lake..  Close connection at Ilobion   for Nelson Koote-'  ���������  nay Lake ancl Itivcr points,   Trail, ltoss-  '    ..land and all points in Boundary Country.  For full  liil'orni'iiUon. tickets. ;iiiap.*-, etc., call  on or address   , -  ._.__  T. W. BRADSHAW  <���������    -\gc:iit, Itovel&lo-jc.  The Best Advertising - Medium in  the Kootenays. There is no ,bettor  way for' merchants to reach the  public than through the coiumns  of the SEMI-WEEKLY MAIL.  -.������, i  y'^i  Or Lo .  / r  \V. V AXDEltSOK,  Trav. Pas*;. Agent,  ���������*  ' ,     Nelson, B.C.  J. (JOYLl-:,,  ' A. G. P. Agent, -  Vancouver, B.C.  Kootenay Railway &  . .:  ; '  ��������� * " '    navigation Oompany  o  Limitccl.  Operating Kaslo & Slocan It ail way.  International Navigation & Trading     ���������    ^  Company.   '  ' <-  Schedule of Time���������Pacific Standard Time  ��������� Effective Feb. 1st, 1900.  Kaslo & Slocan Baiilway  Pn-ssciiger train for, Simdon and way stations  leaves Knslo at S a.m.; daily, leturninif, leave-.  Sandon afc 1.13 p.m., arriving at Kaulo 3.jo p.m.  International Navigation and Trading  Company    -  ' Operating on Kootenay Lake and llivcr. ,  S S Ixticj.xatioxai. leaves Kaslo for Nelson  at ti a.m. daily except Sunday; l-oturning, li-;}>:es  Neb-on at '1.30 p.m.. calling at Balfour, Pilot  l)nv Aiiibworth, end all way points; connects  with S. 'I-', fc >*"��������� -train to and from Bpoknne, at  Five 3Milc Point. ���������     ' "  Isc the, Best Equipped in the District and Complete in,,Every Particular. Commercial Printing d  Specialty. " .,  We are handling a very choice line [  i i i (  of palendars for 1901, many of  them original in design aiid  thoroughly Canadian.   In addition  'ci ���������* .  to this we have also made a care-  *       , ���������  a ' ' '  frd" selections from the  English,  i a '  German and American markets.  Send in your order without further delay.  -'   'i.  4*  She shrieked with  laughter when shy  saw  ���������uncon-  .- don't, Jt-.h:'.:" said  hci- vycs.    "If- tigli*  her husband walk around;  scions of the appearance he presented.  He -had a collection of caps .ind leather  pads over his ears, chin, nose and oyes  that made him look something like a  diver arrayed for a trip below the surface.  "You seem to onjoy yourself, Mrs.  Dobloy.V said her husband with an awful sternness which made him seem still  funnier in his etranpc habiliments.- "A  woman always'has the most foolish sort  of an idea that a man must look pretty  when he goes into a game."  "Well, you cerlaiiii  Mrs. Dobiey, drying  ness is any guarantee of success, you will  most, surely win."'  "Yon see, lit-.., Dobiey. yon women  don't realize what a wonderful things  fool ha II is. Vou grow wildly cnihubas*  tic over a college viclory ljocam-e a lot of  overgrown hoys who have had fheir pic-  fnre-s in the paper --arry off a pri/,'. \\'ail  .till you pee men���������n-al men���������play footh-.ll.  Then you will hec-lbe game.''"  ''I can't see wh.-\t fun there is in playing any game when you arc padded up  in (hat f.-.shicn. Way; you look as though  you v;er������ v-i rapped up in a foal her had."'  "That's tIif3 h-.'.-t v. .j" t<-< iciolc wi'"D  pno !?-������*-������ Inio fl f".^-tl'-sI' *??rm^i���������acc. Mr-,  Dobiey. Yci den't fecn1. to kr-o-v that  v.-hes a man is playing football the ido3  uppermost wiih him is not whether his  hat is ou straight or not. Itbs to get  there. Thai's lhc id*<a. fir.-t. last and all  the time."'  "I see,'' said Mr.-*. Dobiey.  *T shall not bo fconie tonight, as oui  eleven ia going to npend a week out ol  town with a trainer. We have a regular  BChcdulo for practice. Monday we start it  fihnpiujr bsck the ball: Tuesday we  tackle; Wednesday we agree upon oiu  private iiffanl-1, and ThurMlay Freshing*  ton has some neivly invented tar-tics tho!  we are to acquire and with which wo ar.  to carry off all tiie laurels in tb������ fo-otbat  "M^'i' 4. T ������i .-; ������.' ' ' ���������  (to b<? continued.)  X,ardo-Dimcan Division.  S   AJIKIl  ALBEllTA.  Steamer Alberta leaves Kaslo for. Lardo and  Argc-.nta i\t Mill p.m. Wednesdays.''   ,  Steamer.*-call at principal landings   in   both  directions, and at other points when ������ign.illc.l.  Tickets sold to all points in Canada and the  Kootenav Mail, Revelstoke. %  .   . ���������' *$���������}  t;     -i'    -Tr     -fr     -Cr;     -f-      ������-     -f-     ^r     .���������������     ���������[*     / ���������     -, ���������    -,,.     ,,      c-     *fr     </-     -f^     V     -C*      Ir     -0*    **     W     *f* -**  United States.  To ascertain  address:  rates   and   full   information,  ROBERT IRVING, '  Jianiiger, Kaslo, B. C.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Hcuto to tlio Old Country.  ALLAN LINK- From Portland   Delias  Apl. 7  Nnmidiiiii  P.ivi-.laii    -  l-aurciiliaii    1      -      -      ���������  'I'nnisiiUi  -      -      -  Niiinidiini  IMJMINKI.V l/IXK -F  lliiiniiiioti  Camlji-iitiriit  I'l'oin T.piiilri  ^'alleyllv^'l���������   diii I 'oil in ml.  ,    -       A nl  II  Apl. -���������'������  HKAVJCK LlN'ib-Froin SI..H1I111.  An:, wtt,  Liikc Stijit-rior    - '  Like OnUu-ici  Muiilro-u  1,:ike li'.''"11  !",,   .. ti*..'ci.- U'-Uct'.  Mch'iS  A Hi I  "   1!  "   IS  li.fjil 'li   lo   -'P   t'-'VU'   ot  i 1 ii'f-Vu, Brit.un .mil SioJ-iu'J. -i!".l.;', 1 pi-u.tlly lev  rait-, to nil itart.. ot  the Vuropi-'iu continent.  Apply to nt-aro-,1 railway or '.|c*.tiii',hip agent or  m  T.  V/. BKADSE-UV.  AficnS.  'iloveistoltc.  3  Incorpdrali'd by act of P.-uliauiuntr ]S55.  HEAD. OFFICE   '        ���������-    ^ -' iMONTREAi  Wai. Molson MACPHKiiariN. Pros. '     S.f H. Kwing, Vice-Pres.  F. Wolfkiistan, Thomas, General Manager  PAID UP CAPITAL -. - $2,000,00  RESERVE        ,   - * -  \ -'      '  - i.soo.oi  ��������� *~* ft  general hankiny business transacted.   Interest allowed on deposit.-, nt current rat(-.-f  B.  J: D. MOLSON, Manager,  BEVELSTOEE.  Highest Cash Pric* Paid for  All slmnia-til-i ;r.*<- oMuninciI Ity 1110 n.-.  soon tih l.huy arrive. ��������� Prompt'rc-ltn-u.s as-  surcd. Prices arc too Iii),'fi to warnint  IioldiiiK ;coocN for nny k-tixl'i of l.iino.  You hliotili] Uoi-p po-t-.'il on Lliorctii'-n-  ,.-��������� ou t'At (roui  J'. O. !<u.*. -Jji  iy   J!iAL'Dxvli'L  A.*:etitfor Ji:'... V'.lv  S-UAYSK-aEH  CJnltji'ii' U.'lL   ni  111  stables   wiil    Iil:  speedy attention  W. FT.E.MTNa ^  V.*2iialpc������, M^it.  rnsjsosm  | Canadian Paeifie Navigation Co. L'd  AXiASKA   JIOUTE.  .-jtcan-.f-v:. for Vi'ransrel. .Itineati ancl.Skajrway  leave Victoria.  Kvery Wednesday at 8 p. 1.1.  and Vancouver  Every Thursday r-t 2 p. ju.  Slenmer*-for Northei-ii Prii ish  (Columbia ports  lee.ve. Vjc-loi-iii .-mil Van jouver wceklj'.  liatei*, c*lc, on appliciuion to  O. S. BAXTRI..  Oencv'-iJ 3'a.=.-euj,V ii[7JJ)t.  Victoria, B.C.  "^SsBESB8*^  Di  ayintf   ;n  rl   fjclivp.i in#  li   K  necialty.  Teams ;  11 ways   ready  at  shortest  notice.  '   Contracls  for  job-tin;;  taken.  Aqftn*"'   fDi  P>. C  Oil Co.  Robert Sam&em,  BAUER & ASHCSfiFT.  Dominion and Ppovinsi.  id  Snpveyors,  K/iXi.  Miis'IKG FKci:-?5:r.n.������.  .Surveyor-- of Mi i.e.--. ."Miitfral Claim- ;n  L'ltids-.  VANCOUVKIi,   E. C.  4 THE KOOTENAY MAII  JU  ^-^.^-r-J-.s*}-??.^-^.^-^-.^-  !9 '        ���������  If you are   thinking"   of |  learning"   to   play a vio-'is*  lin, banjo, .guitar,  auto- g  harp,'' or ��������� anv    musical |  ��������� ' bi     j *  instrument, call and  sec, $  our most complete stock |  11 *  on^*  9.  9.  .V  (������.���������  9  ' 4-'  9.  !v'  9.  a-  9.  IP  S������  ft"  S>  ' <(<:  9  Iv'  9  'I  9.  $  9.  If:  9  &'kk&'&&'&&'kk-9i'hkK^&'kkK^Vi'ik-9i'&'&i  Instruction1 books   for  ' instruments    kept  hand. (t  $  A   large    assortment,   pf ������  ," sheet music,  folios, etc. J  Will order   at' the price }(.-  registered '   if     not   in ���������$  stock. * '        ?.  ���������    , ��������� Jp  CanadaBpug & Book Co |  Revelstoke Station.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  ' Mr.  (J.  0.  Brown left tliis week for  Greenwood.  Rev. Poardon.of 'Salmon. Arm was a  visitor Lliis Aveek-. , ,  and they command lar-uje house* wherever thev go."  F. B. Lewis is back from a short trip  south.  ���������.   The Cash Bazaar building  is having  an improvement iira new front.  The annual  meeting of tbe CVP. It.  was, held Wednesday in Montreal.  Tbe Cape Nome business has opened.  Tbe s. s. 'Alpha left Vancouver for  there Thursday. , '  Chats. Wilson, Q.C., tbe Conservative lendct is back, but is not giving  interviews.' ' ' ���������  (it-ippc has struck several victims  this week but tbey are all or mostly  all recovering nicelv.  ' li������v.,0. McLaren'of St. Andrew's  ^Piesbyterian Chinch, Vancouver, was  a visitor to town Thursday.  Hon. Smith Curtis, Mr. Martin's ex-  law partner and. his minister of-mines,  passed ' through Wednesday going  west.  Nelson's contingent to lho Vancouver Lihei-iil pow-wow included J. Gibson, AV. 11. Gallagher, A. Johnson and  A. Shei wood.   %: '  lion. Geo. W. Beebe, llv. Mat tin's  new minister will, run against Dennis  Murphy for West Vale. Dennis won't  do a1 ting to him. ���������   , .    '  , -Manager Pool of'the Nettie L. mine  'returned south-Wednesday morning.*  ���������J.  A.  Magee of  the Hotel Lardeau,  Comaplix, was in the city this week.  Mining   liecorder   Mcliae   of Trout  -Lake City left for that point on ^Wednesday. ' o *  Cory Menbinicl-:;,mining  recorder at  Comaplix/, came   up   from  the   south  'Wednesday.     ,'   ���������     JJ'    ' '   ,  'li'i'v. Mr. Muir,-(it-Vernon, will occupy, lbe pulpit of the, Presbyterian  Church here on .Sunday.      '- .  ' W. Glenn and wife, oi Ferguson,  who have been yisit-ncr here ..his week  left on' Wednesday for Trail.  Mrs. Ward, N. Abralutmsnn and J.  J. Lanes tail', all' of Trout Lake City  returned  home Wednesday morning.  IL Davis i (--turned from Salmon'Ann  Wednesday -morning .where   he   bad  Mrs. .1. lid wards left, for Greenwood  Wednesday morning. Kd. Adair, hei-  father, accompanied her ' part 'of the  way and returned yesterday.       ,   '  The ICaslo delegates' to the Liberal  convention coming through bete Wednesday were G., O. Buchanan, G. T.  Kane, i). * (j. Magr.egor and'J. Mac-,  douald.  The prospects for tbe, new lown on  Fish Creek, Camborne, are very promising and two new stores ,are likely to  open there this spring. A lot of mining is expected'all around if. Look  out for' Fish Creel*:!  The Lord Bishop of New Westminster is,., expected to arrive tomorrow  morning and ��������� to spend Sunday. The  Bishop will preach both, morning and  evening at St. Peter's Church of ICng-  land, and will adininistei Confirmation  at tbe evening service.  The   Revelstoke contingent  of dele-  ties   to   the 'Liberal   convention   at  Vancouver  left   .Wednesday   evening,  been attending the funeral of his sister , t���������ey   were. H. A. Brown,'W. M. Law-  who died there last Saturday. ! letsce,   J.   A.   Smith. II.  Lovering, W.   :  i Savage.   B.   II.   Campbell,  and  J. M.  The Rovelstoke Liberal-Conservative | Kellie. On the same tram were four  association have, rented the new Odd- \ dtdegates from Golden and a number  fellows   hall   for   use  .as     committee J ���������.-,,,)IU .southeit) point.-.     ' "'  rooms during  the   approaching .cam- i    ,    paign.  Tonight the city council will  icceive  p-.iiltons galore.    Lots of people want  ' ' sidewalks, some want part of  the  pre  Dr.     Wilson,     of,   Kemie  through   the   citv   Tu-'.-ilav'bound foi ; ,, ,     ,., .  ,.,;..       ,  *���������      ; ~ent    walk    removed.    Others    waul.  A ancouver  to  attend the Liberal eon- ' ,    ,       ,        , ,  .,      ,,-'., . j-i     i     -i   ' Govei-umt street clo'-ed  and  some  ob-  venlion.    Dr.   W uson js an old *-chooi- ' . .        , ..��������� ���������,, .- .     ,       , ..     .  i ,, ,-.     ..        . leet to it. wrnle llurd   street  lesidents  mate ot Dr. t ross. ' J       . . .     .  ! will in-isLoi- a sidewalk from  iu iront  . of ti������e������Cowan block to the. Presbyterian  Mr. C. Shiels who has been iu charge  of the customs office here for miuip  time past pending ��������� the appointment of  a collector,, returned Wednesday to  New Westminster.  Notice ha.-- li"cii gi\'"ii by C >id (,bp.)-  I'lli.-'sioiiei- !���������-. ('. S'Mlklei-. "I the Yukon  tli-.li-ii-L.th.it on tii" llr*"L of .line-all  -_->ivi't'tii;t'.-ut placer-- in the ^ ul>on tii-;-  ti ic-t. will b- dbpo.-ed of at public .tinv-  tint) at, Davv-on.  c'hu.ch. residents on First street <tre.  not at all bach ward and will ask for a  walk to connect with tbe present walk  in front cif the opera bouse and nian-  ing'L*. ���������when! tin- walk re.-U'he-' Fii-r-t,  M r cjt.  'GUY  BARBER;  .JEWELLER.  C.P.R. Watch inspector.',  AValchcs, Clock.-, everything in the line.  Specialty���������Watch   Repairing.  BICYCLES, Agent famous "Cleveland"  -All Work GiKirjuaeed.  IF-  HIS  I  8 LHtl U--JStfl.il HHI  ,   --':AT   TIIK:���������      '!���������  '  1 , i  era .Mouse, ������.  April 11th.  , -* <       ^-    '-,'.'  A TREAT -FOR LOVERS OF MC.  Reserved Seats $1.0Q.- ,  General. Admission  75c:  Seals for sale'at  i  CANADA J3R(JGV&BO0ICGO;S  Wagons,' ..Delivery  Rigs,  .    Busbies,  F^  ���������    ��������� : AT  Ltu'v.  Q   ' [\ ft f* \\ fi A14 Hi h}' <  :0 :  Blacksniithing- and, Woodwork  done on short notice.  'Carriages    Built   icr   Order.  jv '<-        <p        ������c������ -**        ������v*        ���������,���������        -^        ^        .^        -^ v        <r       ���������*���������        ������        t.        v f        *&        ��������� --------       '-'-"       ���������      "^^    ���������  <&    fl>.' & J   ������ 0      , ~%   ������  i^Z -ZZ7J?*jVXZZX  ^  ] hiving secured lie-A.'Tpncy for the.  " Vv'eliand  Arale" Bicycles  I liave i\o\y sanrnje**. of the   ���������  ���������0 T3TTl"R,lT1"HlOr"n ������'J     ���������              .   (Ladies and Gents.)  4 " &J^jjD^IJl<r, CIT"Y" "         "'���������-���������    '  # ������������D02^LII:TI0^35'  #' '  ���������     $40    -"6J9SO      $60  i^ These wheals ate claimed lo be the best value in town.     All the J  "'������. ,         '    latent iinpi-ovements.    Dunlop Tirc.s.                                                        |  f '���������     W  -W   i ^WRFNCF'"'  fc'i^ , .                        w T? *          sea.          i������,,A VV i   iu.! \I*w/IL���������.  s- ^      .                *    ^                            i      ^  5a-':' *2b-^- vS-'-'SV '^fe-' '37 -7iA-'<sJS '���������^-^���������^���������^^���������/^���������<->T^-e^'������^\^-^^^^-l^^m  A!.\    - ���������   ' , < I  flfo ,        o jh3    iVllLUiMciKY  4(h      ,   ^'c arc sho\vino" a  splendid   assortment  of  all   the  jli% latest styles and shapes. , '. , ���������' - .$  .   s Mi       F~'*t r~*z if*" O O      iT*t "*-* ���������  ^. Our slock i.s. very- complete, as we have only what  4j^ is strictly new and up-to-date. ,   ��������� ij  IN'_ SILKS   & ^SATINS ,  \\\'. can, show vou a beautiful ran lac of these o'obds J  /an as vre import ihein direct from the manufacturers, >at  ���������^^^^'^^���������^^''^<^^-^-^'^,^^,*<^**^^^^'^^-2^^^t  "N^.V^*  ,,^,^���������,;^^^���������^^���������^������������������^���������,^���������^^���������,^^^���������^^������������������^:N^���������,^���������,^���������^^  Mr-������.-niiiM rroT,w=������    ,*UMJV'    ,rv*V"lV nK^V*^m        *P ' ,   >'������C������������mw ii-jibi ' -^mw^ji    ~i iii j^      'm-      8  -b.'ILB-fcLl   .* ���������   ���������   JB^ISjEIII  ��������� _ ..    Fresh Cod,   Halibut,  Salmon,  Etc.,  .Smoked  ��������� Fish & Kippers a Specialty. '       ��������� ;  trsxatmnWtVT era vj*. wnr&xji -1  Family Grocers, and Produce  '53AVAftP"   RF  )i������ehants.  Second    Street,  rriutrn n'-jiWteffTivjmre'WTii  CAREFUL ATTENT ON. ���������  .    ���������'  PROMPT, DELIVERY.  n  ���������.jffTwr-f  MAYNE  ^u .dull ��������� i cuy  For a Few Days you  may  see  Samples from  Largest Stock^iiT Canada,  EsstoiT. Prises,  Cal! at Once ai-. Station,  Restaurahband ceo for  Yourself.     '    '  n n  Lyi'Lilliib  Your Pocket-book  <IRE & LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS;  ��������� '-���������*&&*<NOTARIES PUBLIC, Ell  - ti '  "S'TOOiTi      C-nrfD'TrJTTitron       Z>T7'T7"KnT C^'T-XTTT-  IttE'SrKiHo ,Si.������Lfcb,,   .   ,  ���������������������������  -. - ��������� *   ,'  .are  beauties.   'The   Spring   will   be here before y]  knbw   it   and  you ' will   be   uncomfortable with ytf  ��������� heavy  winter  suit! ���������    Pick   our your pattern now ;-.]  have your Spring- Suit in time.  New Spring1 Styles in Woble?J  Vtaf*"        *u  First Street, Revelstoke. *  c tl  Mu.t Find Another Ciossin^.  Tie* C !'.   II.  hii-t   iutimaled. to   tin*  city .-int hot-it ie-.  llt.i^  tb'J  city   end  of  i  ' ih<* l.i<? i.end toml  nod ci fusing  iu-nr  K. S. Jobn-itone who u-:i*> di-ox*. m-d i (),,, ������,U1I) p,t, mu'-t be r-loserl al, c nee.  in the A"in las! S.ittud.iy sviiib-" nl-; ,m,j til f,,U)f.t.q,,,.,,(.,. !|j,.,*,. j. ;i lUHtle on  letup! iu;.; to i-fo-- ft-otii   Ai-iowhe.tfl   t,<������ | ,> ���������: j f.:. -_c flic  toeuiliei-  of   lbe   board   of  publi'  w-ii'K*-, to- *->'(".it e   another  outb't  lu the Iliii liend (rail,    ll   is   veiy evi-  'J'boiiipson'*,     L;i tiding  b'l'ive������ ;i   In i ,c<i-  f.nnilj*.  not vet 'need recovei ed.  in  The  ���������A     cinoe,  bodv   li.T-  (!erru ib.-it tii-* solution of tbe difficulty  will be a ci-io-siti^ at either Fcout or  Dmi^l,is street and th" building of a  lii-othi-i- of .Mr. K. X. Wilson of ibis j mud to Allen's brewery, tlienee north  city, p.-i.ii.eil through U������vi-l.-toke Tueo- j 21 chain*, m the i-t:i-i-������-.ition grounds,  diiy evfiiiny en route for Vancouver as ! and from there on in a iioi'the,3>terly  a   delegate  to  the  Liber.il convention j direction to *,he  pack   l.iviil.    To reach |  may lie low 1*mi no'iorly *-*'cs It, but  if yens- cioUi'1, iuv -linliby tli.'il-  *-ct! I'-- il, ii'iliii'!:, ^,"i!i iiil:nc,w vou.  l.-irllc - -ii- ';. nt*' 'I'.-IIdi- .\:,itl" Clotlic's  l*C'jj.ll|-(<I   .lllil   I'H'.'.II'-ll   III i.;!!C) I i-L.vlc*.  ('.ill ci* -i r.il jiii.-i imi-i|.  Samuel .Necdham, Douglas  St.  iv-li-lili 'it-'l .I:', yei.i-..  s'li-lel ly  Cni -ii  Inib-ir Shop.  If ,11111 u,.iii tn ;^.*l I'nl  ���������Driirk Lon^s Dublin Stout  ret 'iniiiii ,,,!i ,1     hj    Iii'-  iiii'.'Iic-iil  lillltt -   '.' !l     O -d' i - l( li  u ilii Mi*.  I'.IK 1*1 '-    I   * J! " L'l-   j>,\    lliilil   u ill  Ii.im- |ii* in,"I   u, I' iilimi.     U'fiitl-'  J. E. Loio!"eEV������L8T01(E STATION.  F.V-.-.-,-** .T,*rKUZ:',  p-:-:virj:-Kyji  t%C-*JT'J-i^.  -iZE.������fffi.mr  \  '"'   '  .Mi.   C'b.irb'S Wil-on, of  (M-eenwoud.  Mi  Got that Water Pipe Fixed.  'heing held there thin week.  The plan of ve-erved Ken.,-, for the  l.oiii-e Iheh.iny Ojicr.i on Wedn*-**d'iy  evening next i-i uo'.v open ;il, Ihe i";inn-  d.-i I'.uoU k Drug store. The J'ierre,  S. !')., Journal has the'following to <-ay  of thirf talented conipany : "The  member.-, are all arlibts.and t heir per-  formanc-e i.-i ."ometl'iing Seldom seen  outride of the le;idinK cities of thecbu'n-  tiy.   Tlnif rc-,put*itic>na' ate all \mi<?  1 the cemetery ���������<��������� road will have f.cj In* |  j built from the road noith of ihe brew- ]  ei-y 'vt-tt nU>n% tbe edge of the bench to  the pt'C'-'eiit V(wd to the cernol*'!y. ft  is under-stood tli.it theC. J'. R. now offer*, to put in a crosbn������ under the  'bridge, and approaches Lh'-reto free of  cent, to the city. The cily official-, are  trying tn interest the prvineial government, in the matter with a view lo m-  curiug aid for building that.pat.I of l.f.iv  vortd lyings cn-tsid������ oUty* elbjr.  ft j    r*  0 i'if  WHO r  f0  TAPESTRIES, SILKS,-ARMURES, MUSLI|  'MADRAS, BOBBINRT, Etc.     -  The  ne.-il''i.(   and   prettiest good-'  in these line:  have vei, received. ���������   ' .  Write for Samples and Prices  Free to any Addrej  Bm% Victoria, B.\  Largest Furnishers West- o'   ToroiTto.  McLanQriB,'Me?e8ly.& Coipaay, Limited,  tfb^iirvi rcAfi r  aBarDirHU-fflir^r o fi-bob-md .sheet gi������i  and   Tiling.       .MAJKHT10   .STKJCL   11ANGES   for   Hotel   and 'Family   ij  Miners' and Mill SuTrolies.  Vancouver, - ��������� Britisii Oolumb:|  JJivWiclms til Dawson Cily, Allin ancl BennoLt.  ������yu3t*.t ���������*r������^^r^^������lT^W7^-^tT^txtrlJl^^r^rrraJCTes3anaw^  zcrziafaergrsj  THS B."C. ASSAY AND CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. (LIMITEJ  (jjiite ]\tacFarlane k, Co.)' '        rtj  VANCOUVER,    B. C.  "\Ve an* .Maniil'ac! iircM-.**. and  direct  Importers, and  carry a large slock,  I.al,!ncer-, Ktirnact"-. l''ice Clay u;oods, Seienti.ic and Pi-acticnl Books Glassw.-i'i  Plal ilium coodsAi'id-.(Jheinicalsand all otherA^oyprVand 31 i tier's ret] uirenif ���������������  Stile Ayetiti" lor .Motgan Crucible Compant, Battei-pea, Becker Sons'o'"  ailC-e.--.,etcJ.--s    -: ,-���������'������������������  Cu'mogr.ut. and full particulars' sjerit on application.


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