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 Provincial Library    June 99  REVELSTOKE. B. C, APRIL 12, 1001.  $2.00. Per Year.  (���������  >  64 The. .Leading1 a*  E.2iS'Dr6*  S3  Come and See Our Beautiful Display  , of Spring* Merchandise.  BEAUTIFUL WHITE GOODS.  SWISS & DIMITY MUSLINS.  I UNDER SKIRTS.  '35  EASTER GLOVES.  I BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS.  -,l;':uicy_ Whilc    IMublins.  ' Lacts,   Vahncincs,  etc.  All-over  While .here ha.- bom a cry at thi'  i-i'.i>. iij_-;i*ii~t the railway policy,  .Im cry ha.* lii-n in.irely due to  ::ui('���������-".i'ii i;.'.;7k"-" who want large  subsidies from ,'" tlie government  without control oi their rotul,  whereas the government very  reasonably ask why they should  give,such subsidies as the'$4000 n  mile demanded for the V. V.' &. E.  when they may succeed in having  the Coast-Kootenay line built.with:  out any cost to the province and  yet at the same time securing full  control of the rate.-.  Although the estimates arc, not  down, and'Mr. Taylor cannot say  what provision has been made for  thc reqiri rcments of his constituency,'  K j'thc govcrumtnt have given him to  ���������i^ understand that his requirements  m j will be liberally dealt with, and he  Mil expects la sec some $35,000 to U0,-''  m  m  m  to  a  m  Gcod Placer Ground  ���������        * t   ���������      ;'   .  Active Operations to  be Carried on  There.  n E." A.   Bradley nil  tliis   week   liv   l-mit.  take in siipplie*  to Smith Cieek  1 C"f|j^������  votc'1   *01'   ^   public,   works  A most beautiful assortment of these $| | required in thc .neighborhood  of  fashionable.-roods in various colors at" i$ j K���������uke illfe' ,       . . ���������   ,'  './   _.b . .      'i        .^ -... Mi     " 11 ti regard to the nulling laws  o, -25 and 50 cents.  rt'ii'-  iic endeavored to'have the svstcm '  ��������� Before Icaviiicr th������- camp Ik* put on six'  iimi Ui (���������(iiiliiuic. llii. sinking iif the  hlinftj" vvliii-li is now down DO feet and  will lip continued '20 feet further. rJ'lic,  prnposititjii i.s .1 drifting our, and Mr.  Jliiadlpy cunsidprs theio is'not a deep  diggins. prospect in tin. prc.v inrp.. to  licat, thi.-., which is the.'properly (if I lie  Duqucsiie, Mining Co. of PitLsbur", a  coinpiny which Mr." Urndley success-  fully promoted when in the past. ][c  cxtc.'Is -to pinpliiy. -25 to 30 uieii.tliit.-  SP.Isnn  frnm llio coast last week aiid will   r.invj^,"?*  re-ide in tin' city.      '     ���������' '' ' j '  J. A. Harvey, of ir..-"firn"f of Harvey, i  McCarter it' I'ink.iaiii. pa.-sed tln'i'mi/li ���������"  - IteveI.-.tokr on Monday nioiiVingroii his ;���������  way to his Iminc ;U Feul Steele.-;:.,.,;r-j.-J{:  Mr.-. B., J.J.. Atkins .11 i-oiuii.-uiiial .Mi;*;.,:  A. 11. B. Ufarn..-!*. fat a-* Jj.-uilr  on S,ii- (  iir.l.tf,   .uiri "will  lvinnin  t'lii'i-p' f(i,J"n '  limb fur llii.'-lienelii or hin health.-  '" ;-'  ; Messrs.--'f'Lcwis, 'd ^I'ti'vcl.-.l.uVe, 'iind  Brixlon, -.of   Yii't'.nd-.v.j/vr.io   wc.iit ;.Jo  Sntith   Africa as in^inlii'in of Sjir.Mh-  conn's Hoise, I'ul.nj'lii'tl.Ju'liWi .i"i  Snn-  dny. _ ��������� [     ��������� ' _""'  Jirii'ii 'McGiiignn, .r-Sini'/iii' ppi/n-.''.-;  lies in iii.-  hf-.-pii..! ���������'ifffVirri I'lftli'Of'i,1  with Sri ions,rnjiirie*j cruw.'d liy. I'.'i 1.i 1.������i  from thi- window of ihu hotel  where  he stayed.  '-. . ��������� ,'j *  Mrs.   \V.  M-   Lawrence   enlerl,-lined.  simi'i! cif hei' f'l'ierid-'al' tea on Tl)iii-,iiiiy  nfliii'iioon. ���������"���������TlH"decoi'.itimtv',*i,ri'ai''J,rt'd;  mpBrn-EDW  '���������'     ���������.-   ���������'     : *_-- ��������� fj_  Large. Sawmill" ���������  ���������'-���������'* ���������'���������    LlZ  To  bi Established.--Another'"Evi-  chnce of Revelstoke.Becoming  ' a Gr:at Industrial- Centre: '���������  r-OU.il  HU'..:i  Mercerised Sateen   Shirts  in endless  ', colors���������All prices.  r .  . - u '��������� * . 1 -      -  We  sell   the famous Perrin's Gloves  ���������Oncj worn ahvavs asked for.  I.iii   i   AUU1 I'll    liJU   lliil  M j diturc on trails co'uiitii.g.as assoss-  ^ ���������'ment work, so that in future holders  ;|| I of claims will have full benefit,.of  i.'������ Lany'work they do in this respect. .'  K j '1 he ambiguity about the date of  }'Wi j claims falling in has" also beui de������  ffi I lined to be the anniversarv of the  m  anywhere.  MEN'S .CLOTHING.  Just   to   hand   the.  iincr.t shipment of rjjj  Boys' Blouse  Suits.', These  arc the fe#[  1 ' r*u 1 \\  best 'made' in   Canada', and don't rip Mi  m  m  m  1  We- have   just   opened  up a   large 0  range  of  beautiful... Satin-lined,   All- !.|;!  wool,,Serge and   Worsted" Suits,'and1 fM  marked   them   away down.    Call and'ft,  sec us-befdre buyiir'" elsewhere.     '���������    ' fy*  . Ml  Villi  date of location. He does no  antioi] ate any further ,amendment  of the mineral act tliis session and  very' rightly urges that the mining  laws i-hould be left alone as much  as possible,     ,'',.,  Thc government have promised  to accede to his representations for  provision being "made for improved  rchcol buildings at Kevelstoke.  They further realise the immensity  ci the Revelstoke Riding and its  great possibilities us a' wealth -and  revenue producing fcction of the  province, and arc prepared to'treat  the district accordingly.  Mr.'Tt'iylor expects the session Tb  List for at least another,month.  mining on Smiih Creek . since' I -SO 4,  '-ays llio '-prnipK-ls'r-f lln'it e'rppk are  .u!ir|(iulitrrilivtK"d. Tl.oirnkl is cchusp,:  and in kuiiiii oase1. is futind with thp  (jinnti. iiUadinl to it, showing that it  Ihs not travelled very far. Them'is  every piosprct of viilual.le ������u!d l.Piiring  (]ii.ut/, lieiiiL,' loeated in lhut section  dm ins; the cntning season. '  l'\ MiC.uty intend*, resirning woik  on the Rpvi lsluko niul C.-irlii-li- pl.-icer  el.iiniS which he holds on Smith  creek, Big Bend., as soon ns possil'ile.  The pros-peels of this properly nre con-  siiir-i-ed ifocrl, ns wherever the lini lock,  wruTd hold it."K'iId has heen found. ] I  ounces were ink pit out in eight hours  from tin-' p-nund' ocenpii-d hy one gPt  nf tinilii'i-. A. vc<a)d d.'iil of develop-  'nji'iil. work h.i- Iippii dmn'on the pro-  fii-i'iy, <������������������ .>*hiil"i -h','iviii^ liei'ii-Miuk 10(1  feet, and '201 feet of drifiinpf run and  well tinihereil.  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  o it was .announced ..  ''(hat Mr. OtiH-.llijiiuHs.oj} had scouicd  the liig Ii'iidy'iinUsi'lc. and we now  .learn  thi>t -he ha? succes>fully ei:-  Jisted, tlie "vo-operation of  wealthy  jiartics at   Vancouver and Ashcron--  ni providing capitkl". fur-the estab->  lishuiuf'^flJ!:;^;-large sawmill".;;and - '  hy the' ho������U's.s.i,������i.-. the -occiisiirKi.'fwi'i'p.ilumbering  enterprise there, iimocr  neat iind pri'iiy, ���������, .���������..,. ���������,:   -,-..'. :j,limit-;' having also been secured in' "  ���������Uolit. .lailVny,  vici.,j.TrcM,leiu-"of 'the \^;- vicinity. ���������-     ������������������������������������������'   -      ���������   "���������  Crows '-Nest  t:.i;il:V(,,)���������lp,,i'iv. 'ji.i^se.Vi    '-i"1^  Big  Eddy  luu ahvays been  ilimnKli UeveNiuk^'mi Fridav" o'/i "i'iV. regarded  .!.'; a,nio^r^lu:ible.mill-  w������y 10 1 he -riiiiiin-' prnpe- iii-s 'hi>vvl5n-)V-" ^te/ conimanding^i-s^i-Uoes the log  iieii-iiiuuvstiJcl,in iiKfiiiiiiieaiiil c,..Vn!rM.flo:j:t of. the -Upper Columbia.river'.-;,"  AIcKiijiipy". ���������'.        -.-."... upi������" ..j.'iVe are informed i>y those who a:e  .  ' J. -A.," Rings'.altori.pv  fur lUE.-i;'1^^'^1 '(5l������  enterprise will'"'  Foster,   passed d.mu','ii" i!.e 'city, ot, I b������ one of great magnifu'de.-and \\\:\;  .\Vpiliu'sday"on :ii'is "vviiy Wst. liavinu "p1"0^^ ;l. Kiost, vaLuabJc.aiUlition to -  ^pent a ifiont1f1iii',lj-ing.ViiTpr^li-. Ro.-T j the industries oi'Rc'velsidke.' ^  :Vi's  pxtensive. ininii.g. inteix'jt.i .m i     The   new   industry "will   be   cf  Rep'uoh'c.   .'. "';'��������� ��������� .;        j,spcciji.1.'/. <iihifa",:.tcv' the lower .town,  ���������' fti nvtiiw of 'Miss Mill.ini. tor-Mvhio^ '������ ho nearly tHjjaeeu: to the'  mcilvHf ltuvplfitokp, wiih Rev. 15i O. i"millsitp,-and-l'hw.ttL'\vs"\v.iH������ei)fcc.'p  Pt.lli7i.-lc; uf   Kllisljoni,. N.:'\V, T.'. w,-.^l filly come tu .that scctio.n;dI'thc"Ciiy ���������'.  (.���������pli.bi'uied   on   Wcilj^ii.tv ;u JiuJiiin | "5 the best  ucv.":;  they liaTc'heard  He,irl,       The,,  rimmv    frieiids ��������� nf.  i.-lie I 1 Ji'-iV lo-Hi  hnde   in   tin  Mrs. Pollock ii luii-,  life.  " ..,..-,..   ...-, -.*.-,, ���������-..  The iiip.nihp'rs of No.-J Jm.'p JWgaVlp. ^O'"1^1   wfeh'Uir uiniws   to  tho-e  entei'tainerJ their friends .with un ."At.- eone'erncci.  .tfrifclic"tenders "-rill' probably he  called in..a.iev." dn\> for the preliminary .work-iif clearing the millsite.  le, nutuv   frii^d^ ���������')f..i.-iie I tJi'-ivk+Hg tllllCf - '---"'   iis c!iy"'������iir'wi*,l) M'r, aiid ; , 'ihe dotalL-  arc  not quite, ooiii������-  and' happy wcildcrl  plptcd ii'nd':.wearc hot.yytat liberty,.,  to  yive  as", full .pr.r'.jculars  as"\\e  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  MoX&nzle- Avenua.  . ���������  SK''W,i=3I^'H>'^Sl'iI>,A:i^.,'^v^-fct*.',*^'^.*J>'i^'*~'-''.  THE . MOLSONS ' BANK  Incorporated hy act uf Put liiime.it lEio,  f  HEAD OFFICE ' --,'        ���������       "    MONTREAL  :.- Wji. -Molso.v .M.veniEK&fi^, Pre*,-     S. ]\. Ewixa, ViccPics.  ' J am KB liLLlo'I", Cfcnernl .Utiniiger  PAID UP. CAPITAL .-.    .      - $2,500,000  RESERVE     -.'������������������''��������� " ��������� -       2  gonural banking bu������liic������ '.ranwicle.l.  Interest ullowcd on deposits at current rules.  J. D. MOLSON,-Manager, - '  C.P. Acquire interest  Will Make This iho Chief Townsite  cf tho Lardeau, "  BIG BEND  Chief Commissioner   Say:  V    Will Be Stinted.;  When lion. W. C Wells was -^wiss-  ' hitf  throiiKli   lievelstoke   on   Monday  niornitiR he (lisenssed   the  river hunk  work verv f.illv with II. D.mnelly,  Ihe  Ihi'l'iiiMiiatr. ��������� ...  Thi' -Wfiyoi, and Mes-rs. HilihnM.  Uonrne, .McCarter. ' and ILiw-n  saw Mr. Well.s i.i re^'iid in the  conplriicliott-'fif the- road from K"Vi'l-  stoke lo the lle.ul of the canyon, nm\  the (Miief C'liininis.inner -.l.-iiid that  \he work wnuld he put in hand as sunn  ns Mr. Killei'n, Inspect or of Ilo.-uN. w/i*.  (Ioiih ivTl'll'-inine work mi Ihe Is'.iinl,  and -.���������omIiIj(i't.ovi'i h"ie, which .wnuld  lie two or I litre week.*..  On Tuesday Mr. Dotipe, lU'sisttint  ���������..._, ���������,./������'  P. R, Land Commissioner, and  :.������?. J ������     Mr. Sullivan, C. "E., the engineer  in charge of tho C. P. R. operations  EEYELSTOKE, B. C,   in  the  Lardeau. arrived in Revel-  stoke and 011 Wedncday they put  through a most important deal with  tlie owners of the Trout Lake tov,n-c  rile, by which the big railway corpora tic n will make this the chief  townsite of the Lardeau.  By ihe. terms of   ihe deal, the C  MEMBER FOR  i  Visit of. M.\ Taylor, M P. P.  I i\ R. wil  with 'the townsite      join  wnn the  j owner,', Mui-M's, -F. P. Well.-", Abra-    ' hunisoii   Pro,-., and J, K, Hume, of  ! Nel.-oi., in  p-romoting llie inlerc,:ts  'Mr. T.'Tiiylor,  M. P.,P., arrived j of Trout Lake Citv.  111  the  thi^,11101 ning and will ie-  niain in the city till tomorrow ev. n  ing. having taken advantage of  lCaster recess in ascertain (he iv-  quircments of his constituents. Mr.  Taylrr looks well and bus had a  bu.-y time with caller.* at the JJo'.cl  RcveJrtukc, where he is'staying.  JTe van;  over  to  sec  the   river  bunk prut-ctive woik this  morniiii:  POLICE COURT.  Warning to Cyclists.  I Substantial buildings for the  j auc n.._ux.iition of the, C; P. R.  tufiicials. stores, warehou.*es ami  dock will be erected oirthe water  front, and a f.rst-cla*";- steamer'will  be luilt and run by tlie cjumpT-.'iTy  between Trout Lake City and t'ci-  kiik at'the lower end nf the' lake." .  .'���������fr. Sullivan expects to return to  Ts-.tit Lake City in about tin days  and expresses sitirfaction with the , with a party of Oigiiieers lo j ijrh  excellent job that has boi-n done, j the .���������.���������n.p'iuiri- of the permanent  tie *.(iys that-he foviid the Chief-;-wny, .-.nd it is expected that the  Cun.missionc-v very will.ng to nue:. lint: will i:c in operation within f-ix  liis represelilations, and considers 1 mcDil::'.  the Lands and Works De.puvti_.int; 'ihe owners of Trout Lake Citv  j deicwiiig cf great credit for the 1 hau* t-tayed with it and have Uove'r  ; punetuality and thovoughuet-6 \vith j-i.avrreci in the faith they had in  j which they have-carried 'out this 1 thc-ir invc.tment.   'J hey have .-pent  I a Ir.rge sum of money in improving  railviay j their property and {hoy wellde-ervc  Regarding the A,  it  or < oiridirs  imu  tr.c  On Til-'Ml.iV morning two cases  of . y\r r]-av]fi  1,-reHyh.of 1 lie l.v-l.-iw--. hy lidinx _ hi- j vangement he has   made  with   the  rye-Won the sid.'w.'.lkfc, came hel'oie j (<_ \>t \{t   about   their  extension   <-i  Pol ic Mi.gl.Mnne Sii.h.ild. ; r]Vl-^.v will result in the. compk't;.-!i  Hia wor--hipdI*eln.r{;e(i lie. nff-iul.T!- , |,v ,,(1XL vulir ^f a Conjr..lc.e   line   if  with n caution, luit .-t.-it.eil I hut 111   e;i-e |    '., '���������    ,.      ,i,  . ,,,   i.      ,���������      .  of future otr...,������'es he w.���������,M I,,,,..,....,, .railway   lrum   Revelsloke   to   ihe  ���������    ���������  ���������   ��������� .head of Kootenay lake.     '.        -  ,': As to the cabine:, Mv. Taylor cgi>  siilcrs-tjiev are more i-trtnglv  ;-V.] ������������������������  l.iennlt v niul Cn-itsiix pel sons Lsim;  I li>v  sid������wiilkss|iiiiild not In- iin������������������������ i'iv.tjwi��������������� n.'i������������������ ���������������I  by cyclistK, .;i|iiii t from  ih" '(l.i'iiji'-'r of  iu'i idt-nlf resuTl.lm: fnini"fiv.' use o|' the  #^illirJfi>^iw!T',i, ,.,;���������-, ��������� ������������������.-  ; > S '"*,''-.-, ���������. ���������    '������������������������.��������� -'  it.c  reward  which, is  now within  their reach.  Ihe C. P. R. novel' do anything  by halves anil it goes without .uy'  ing that since tbe company have  determined to throw in their lot  Avitli Trout Lake City, they will  make cf it one of the niost sttccesf>  ful and iipportr.u't totflisj'tw i|) the  J8f^VW';^'V-;.;*;-:,^.;r.;.'.'v"  C. J. Anain relnrripd on < Monday  from his (rip to England.  J. J. Langstnfr. of 1 he Trout'Li-ke  Topic, was in the city ibis week. -  J. J. YdiiriK, iire.sident of the Gtcnti  WesltTii, went soiuh on Tuesday.  Messrs. Green and Houston, M. P.  FYs, went south on Tii''.">d.iy uioi*iiin<^.  A. W. Crow, formerly of./Ixurri,' hus  joilieil the siliillf of   Hiliije & (Vs. stoic.  " Mr. and Miw.1 A. It. U.'lf.-juii Ml  Ib'velstokii on y.itiinl.iy i'oi ]J.,rtage hi  ���������Trait ic. ;/  Mlis Glliluuiv, tencher of Cuinaplix  M'hoo!, spenrtlie Jj.isU'r hnliiliiya wild  Mrs. Sihlmld.  J: Savage, I'lii'inerly of U'Vel-tloki'i Is  mil1 of the cen-ns ciitimer.itor-j for  Kami,nip*,-.  Mrs. J. D. M.iU-on was a passenger  hy No. 2 on Tii".>day morning, en route  to Kn^l.i'id. '  IM. J. .O'Diien, of the Acme Socln  Water Work", returned fr.mi Vernon  llii.-. morning.  Mr. and Mis. II, J. I'Jntirni- went to  New Denver on Good I'\ iduy, reluni-  in;j; on .Suiidiiy.  II.ni. W.G. Wi'lN.rhiff ci.uinii.*>*iiir.er,  jia-sed thr.i'i^h ItV'vclsUike 011 Mondav  enj'.iiule to P.dliser.  R. II. Mayne was nlxii.t on Sunday  afler liaviiiK''('i'ii laid up with a h.ul  nttiick of lon-Milis.  T. J. LeiHlriiin, liii*-tee for thc  Hineltei townsite, will visit KoveNlokc  iu nhtnil a l'i'i'l,i:iArliL.  A. Luc.'if, fniiiieily the ,popu|.i_r con������  r-etviilive ui ^111 iser for tin' piovihie,  I1.1.- j ��������� i 1 it'll the Herald b!ii|V,  (inld (Joiiiiiii^iiiiier 'l^iuqiuVr atel  \)v, McLean went sniith u-slerdiiy  rctui iiin^; in tiie evening.  Mrs, Phipps, wife, of A.'M. Plii/ips,  n 1.-it 111 ;_;(���������!��������� of the Imperial Dank, will  niiivc in thc city i-mly next ..cik,  Dr,    Wi!������un.  of   'I'l.njt, Like City,  was   -in" Uevelnt'ukf! ye-.tetd.-iy .md ie*  ports    uritlers   us  quite   lively in his  sect ion, .    '  A. McRae has received ;i ca.d of in-  fldine," on Wednesday., ni^'ln, nnd a  'very pleasant ��������� lini.!,.wns .p.'���������'nt. lle-  t'rPhlimei'ils we're pi'iiyhleil 'hy A." X.  S.'nith.':' After n" I'e'iv 'u-uiips of c'ir.'N,  dancing was induig(",l in, tlie musie  lieiiig   providiid   hy- Me.viis./WilliMM:-  '('iiiui'lijliii),   JJarbrr, Geurgj.  and .Kin'-]-.     ~       ' "*"*  '  caid (guitar), and Watfjisuu (violin),      j '      <_,. o.-j,, "  i    .'-  At..!!':������ "..H^-ing ("'f }}"���������' .^Rwo/.l!j ]'" The ofMcprs - of, the "local'(ira'nge ���������  LeffguiV'tin' 'Monday ni^;lit'"a''Svc!anni������'| lod^p m-p. making -n -cnllpclnni-for ll.e  hotrir.wii5 pxtended to Ttooper I;ewiv|MU,Uyy. "f a ineinlipr.of 'the order who  of .Strathcniia Horse, when luj i\V'W;wn-i killed with his ,two sons in the,  prpscnted with an address l.y the ;Cuml)('ihiiid mine disastey;,. It apppa'is  prc-idnnt, arid n hoquet of_ flowvis uv 'ihm the. widow is in danger of losing  the secretary,'' 'On'next'JMiVn'd'iiy idghi j her lioino" nnd the "collpetion is being  Mi". Lc-.via" will entert.-iriir tlioJiPir^uj: j miidfi W .spcus ������ 4ier ncaitiit -tlio" furtht'r  'with an necuiiti- of hi*i (wpciieuce*, in tljinaieiicd niisfortunp. - ��������� ���������-.- ���������-. -. . ���������  ������uuili Af.ica,,. . '.      .      on Sunday,-14th inst., a-RoA-al  Mrs P., D.nis, who leiYjur Fergns=   ,-jcariot. Chapter   meeting^wjH 'be  on   rhi.s  Vveek, 'ind   who has taken an J lK.|,l |lt the Oddfedlows' iHrifl. ,.       '    ���������  active pan in ih"e. work of the" MpiIi.i--, *��������� On Monday theL..conierring tlio  ilc-rrec -ou, stveral  candidate?, will  behold.    " '���������-���������  dist Chin uli   here, was prcsentod with'  11' haiidnouiely    honiid   volume of ��������� lite  histoty  of .Meihodisin, the gift, l.ciijg  made hy Rev. !-\'J, Thonipsoii niuf'the  stipi'tintPiideVd's ot'" 1 lie Sunday School'  in 11 ��������� ���������  ���������iini ivpWiirth .Jji  &. A!s..',ii. ol- n. .-���������     ,..-/.  Ari'.'ingPuieiii^fiirtiieiinn.ii'il-biitKjU'-t  tonii-lit, i.i'P   pi'('Xic:?,-iii:i{   f.ivoral Iy.   A  David Onliler. eldcht son 61' Rev,  W. ! "'Ua^'d' ainT i-l'ohi'jo���������aiy  proyrniniiiii  wilh "tav prpsnitei'!, ��������� cio*iu^   with   an  (3. Cnliler of ihu city, Jin* hecu.danger'  Oil-I.V ill riUlll I.VpI'.oid  l'evp|;.l,Ullli',JClell  at Ilahsoii. Two mini who weie work.  Ine; wiih him iind contr icled the  iliiease at. the MinVe lime' have r.inee  died at. T'iiii The patienl was' hix.inijiht  to the home of hi*.-pa rent-, where he  was at tended by Dr. CrobS. u hn prp-  nonnei-d iho'lype of IVverns one of I In  UlLOi'tllslI  h inijucl  (iiiiice. ���������- A fmmre ���������- of - liej  v\i!l I.e. ..11-".lirideniiikp,, tho  h.ippy iui-?ui v co.iiitjri_wj_������jth the, first  culling of whieli . ������'iri"fiuuhsli-.*. tnal.e.  i)iin of'interest. The, connniliee have,  heen f.'ii'iuriale in ���������-nc'uiiiix, fur the pro- -  lirMinini-, ���������s-jlpciimis Loi h instrument id .  and'-vou,-.!,   .whii'li.   viill: he   f;iven   by  mont viriileni'li,- had -.(...n,   Th" inaiM "i'^'inp. of lite (ir-it .c!.i>.s talent   in Revel.  friend-'ol* Mr. Cdder. w ill he ple.-iM-d to  learn thai he is 'now pro^iessin^- to-  wil ilia tecirvei v, .    ��������� ,.   ��������� .  BOARD OF TR'k  Mooting cf Council,  Baa ���������  siokp. '    Il   ia   hoped   to  inake  this  -.i'mictini) nuR of l]ic'--.r'".t "ofit.s kind yi t  hell.    Tickets are kindly !;y!d for fc'n'c '  at local stoics.      ' ' -��������� ���������  v'itnlioi) to the w.'d Im^ nt Paris,  Fiancr, of Mr. Didinheiui, of ihe Silvi r  Cup.  ��������� J. McMillan, 'of the O. I'. K. t. le-  graph Million at. D maid, returned from  the   co.'iM   on   Wi'dnesd.-iy   with    his  MINE TAXATION. ..  i '' *-���������~,  1 ' -  ,       '      ,, ,   '    '.''' \Su-.tj2$latf Amendmsnl cf (lis Law.  At the loriliighlly meeting of the ���������������������������  ���������'    "'"'        ���������   ���������   ������������������  eeuiiilil  yesterrliiy  there were'pre-> / ���������'.   -i': ���������  ;.���������-���������-.'* ;��������� ,. .  eiif   Messiv    McCarly  rpresident),.' ,-].;,,. <Hli, ,.,.^.,,', ti.u the- Msiem  IrewM^-.  j-Jijiw  (secretai'v).. Hag- . Ilf..,.,.,,- ,��������� Ulllk J1M���������.,lvi,j(.,, ,;v lk.  gen, McCarter, bib-bahl and MmIm,;;. , ()l���������^���������1 mihil_ |-,���������s ������|,o:",M i���������- ���������,;���������.���������������������������. '  Messrs.  Ri-.leen".   Kilpatrick and ��������� ,.,|, ������������������:,  ,1,.,,   ���������������������������   |:,.u ,-   ,!���������.,,-  Fntiqiii'.-r were uoncnated for ni":i:- ��������� ^|liu|.i m. ,,��������� .,.,������������������ ;i ,.,"x |e������ieir11,l'iJ-uli  hl"l':-llip, " '   I  (���������(.n:..'-|'ondoi."'wis.* -aad irrini T,  Taylo,'".   M.   P. p.. slat'.ng ti.-a  iie ,'  h,'!(l ni.'i,(l':.*-ati,'rVie'oryarraul-'ciiK;..!":-| i.c-iiVeilv , ,   Willi   the   ('.'   P,    R,   rogiirdihk    til'? !  (.dueled Jul- .the.   iJi:\el.ipiin-ut   r.f   UjP  bllilrlilig   of   the   A. .',: K, r::ip.v.iv.' connti'v w'le fea*   i't���������xarf"n   buib  ! dm, of *cnv -91 5 nr S'JO,       ' -  .Mr. .\d >ir C'ln'eiidv.riin.ril   i-,   \w-li-  ry v :i 'i ii!' ii--ii'-\<ii,''iif w oi ]<���������  is (j,ij   inj.  i.-i fffi!!i'.! a-, a i ulp,a-i  to   Lo  t. v.. ,u-��������� i>. v.; i\, r::i:v... .-.  slid fiT'ii. th". -K'-T*"!'"' Poarrl of Trvle  ad-.i:ii3g \].n\ .1 Mr.'L'cston ���������.���������..���������"dd  ,cqII 011 thi L'o.ii'd regarding the  promotion of induciri&j cf importance i<) Kooif'tiay.        ": '  It was understood-th.-iMli'-'fin-  alice committee shou.ld report a*- in  the pro.-pi ���������':{.*,..of Kintinuing j.ne.11'  ber.-hip witji  the  afliliated .boards.  The President a'h'd'MesM's.' M'o'L.  son, McCarter, Sibbald aiuriltlggen  were appointed a committee; to take  steps   to   .cuhuihj :it stcanj(jr:.boihg  u.-  tbit devii;  ihf  ejlil  c-ii.i 1 lie tUn'  ;m ftl I,'  ,m������nt'tu-vr-j c.l lli*. liti'^nt miDernl  ..i.\. which he f-itihd .n iil.^clicD'ibl?  an, ciiiii' iu\p,;u;i.- in th������ p.i*.t, ni,rj  Wnuld ployfil*' a lii^ rr;r-iiu^'fi-r' cth".������  ni''  't'  by maris am] Hails,  ���������4  fnni.iiy..'.'���������''. ,7        '-;'���������'���������'-:  i     '  ..Mis' Youiik, wif" of .Mr.   Young,- of   blaccd    Oi'J   t^    UPPpr.'  fiver 'tj-jii..������.������'ii>iw������:'������dfil' i-ijv- ccuiifil'   r^AittfiJ  i. x       *      s V- *,       A ,   .   i. X       *���������'v' . *���������        ������;'*_;-.  ���������. Mr. lliinpc, ax-Maiil C- I1. 11. lard  r.AnmK'-i-me!, wa*.- In- Revel^tuke lhi������  week ami !oor:ed-+4it<i-lj)e-si-'.e ffi-jtiireil  foi (he.piopoM'd l.osjiila! nnd the re  q.tiije.nen'.s.of tiie city for waterworks,  'lie,will.'.srnd 'rc-jilies' Jn   the   hospital  HBgBMffliaaE!aaimggB5BgrowiggB  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmsm THE KOOTENAY MAIL
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plare in thc ti.-nt iuoiie of tho ilxiL after
reciipt. ' '
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Tiik Kootbvat Mail,
Rerpliitokr, B.C.
P. 0. llox TO, Ilcvflhtokf Station. ,
TViplto'ito No. 3d. <
fraction of the Health  By-law for
anyone to sprinkle clothes by spraying water from the mouth, ai- is the
fachion of Chine-V, and have put r.
el-Uisc in their Sunday Observnnc.
Ry-law prohibiting laundries  fron     if the recent frauds perj etrated by
gathering up or delivering clothe-
on Sun-lav,
Savs thc Mining Record
It is
of the population  of  the  province, j fore     the      legislature-     ;i'      bill
according to the report. -      j with a view  to  meeting  the  ca.-e,
The Premier then goes on to urge j and he deserves credit for the  way
'he   amendment ,of the naturali-
���ation act to prevent a  repetition
J.
\\\ CU0S8, M. D.
ae-HCii-ox to the c. r. n., city iika'lth ; time."
Ol'PICIiR.
Oflloe: Taylor Elotlr, Mackenzie Avenue.
exceedingly gratifying that the Lardeau country has a practical assurance of a railway being in operation
before thc beginning of next year.
This assurance, coupled with active
work, commenced on thc line, will
stimulate'development during thc
coming summer to an unprcTcdcnt*
i ed degree,   It is refreshing to look
j forward to thc Lardeau as  one of
j the litrgejv productive ilii-trictp of
! the province within twelve months'  rangcmciiti. the Dominion rakes in
a revenue of $46,000 froni our
fisheries and expends $8,500 in re*
turn.   The,premier asks that as the
aps m obtaining naturalisation
.apers. .He further points-out tlie
.njustiee to the province in the dominion appropriating three-fourths
of tlie revenue derived from Chinese
immigration, when the province
has to suffer from the effects of such
immigration hud should be entitled
to   the   revenue.     Mr.   Dunsriuiir
'scores a clear point here and  this
demand should certainly be acceded
���by the, dominion cabinet. '',
The next point raised is that of
the revenue of thc fisheries. It appears that under the existing ar*
. i
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AKVEY & McCARTER
B.VItBlSTFItS, H01"-ICITOR3, ETC.
OmcE*:   MoMoifB  Bi.xK  Hlock;  Kevel-
STOCK, 13. O.
Money to loan.
Offloc.ii It.-i-clcto.ic, H. C:.; Fori Rede, li. C.
Geo. S. Mcr'ARTEit, J. A. II.ti.vKT,
.J.ovcli.fulio, U. C.   ,       I'ort, Stoolo, B. C.
M. SCOTT, B.A., LL.D.
Ix view of nnother miner*' strike
i which lias been'threatening at Rofp*
���     .i
land, it is   most   important   that
arbitration and conciliation boards
should   be  established    by     law.
Strikes are a national waste but
thpy, are occasionally necessary, to
j secure justice to the workers. With
j conciliation boards.on which Inlor
I and capital arc fairly "represented,
j grievances can be adjusted without I mainly based on the allegation that
in which he has attempted to to he ]
i *
the difficulty. Cases of apparent i
hardship are sure to spring up, but
the government" have thown that
they have every desire to remedy
such cases as are brought to .their
notice, and that their chief aim is
to give a workable nie-astire that
will meet the wants of the country,
and at the same time free a larger
portion of the revenue .for much-
needed public works, and for the
development and opining up/of the
country.' Mr. Prentieejias^ajhaiik-
less task in liaud but he has endeavored to perform it well.
The unpopular feature connected
with thc policy has been the increase'
of the poll tux, but when it is t nder*
stood that this tax is not so much
a revenue tax as a school tax the
main objection-*, to it will be re*
ARGE AND VTELL LlGHT��
SAMPLE ROOMS. R��at��wJ br
*S hot air and electric belli eu<
light in every room. Free btw carets all
trains.' '   ,
REASONABLE BATES.
XikM Grill I.com In connrctlea ter tfeti
convenience of Knots arriving awl ��le-
lmrtinrj by liiprht trniiii,. Hourly atrtwt
cur between hotel und station.
JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR....'.  REVELSTOKE,
"WHOLESALE
administration of the law devolves I moved. The people of the province
on the province the provincial! arc liberal-minded enough to give a
treasury should have the revenue"��� i fair support to an education policy
a demand which is perfectly just j and to a means 'of. providing the
and proper.
Thc next question dealt with is
that of increased support from the
Dominion for railway construction
in the province. ' This demand is1
Wine & LiquopMerehant
REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
TlTE^CENTRAl/HOfEl
Ii.tf.RJ.STi;;!,    SOT.ICITOJ-.    KoTAPY     i1-' ��� ." '  I ���IiprlorYiini'mi vpcr>iv��^ 'inmi'illv two
Public,-Ktc. ,     : anv strike.   The remedy is  not  a ; tnc dominion icccnii. annuam tvo
niwcl.uikf, 13. V.! new one and we are surprised  that j ���]Vi��� dollars from the province
_ _.,...' ! the legislature it- so short sighted as
j not to pass such a measure in  the
j interests of capital and labor alike.
Mclvciizie Ave.,   ���
II. IIOLDIOII
AXALYTlCAr. CHEMIST AVI'J
AS6AYKR.
Royal School of Mines, 1-iomlnn
Seven yearn nt Morf.i Works, S
  swftnfion.        j    Tni-; fc'chool Act.as finally passed
Seventeen  yearn Chief  Chemist to W'ljftn       t��� .,���_ n_,.��iafr.i.��� :��� t-hn MnVrl r-locc
Coal nnd fron Co.. Knif. 1 phlCCS Ke\ell.tOkC in tDC tturcl CiaSr*
J^ato Chemist and As-nyer. nail Mine*. Lid..       ,   i- . ���  fc   en tint "lbe  *-ehool  here
0Kvery ilui��crljitioii  of as.-.iy nnd  analytical : 01 Olt-incis, i?o ui.u lilt   ..cuoui   imt
work undertaken.
���  ClHiniH exnininryl and reported upon.
REVELSTOKE. II. C.
i will receive the extra aid grantee!
i to   schools -of   that.  class..    Tlie
-��� ���:    number of trustees will  remain  as
Zhc IRootena^ iTDailiit p������*- Tr���;^ ^ ?���
__ u _ I, to December, 1001,  hold  oih'ce tor
���"' ���'"" '.''     ~     ~ ! the same term as under the , former
.."   FKIDAV,   APRIL  li, 1C01. j ^    M ^  ^^   ^   ^
\candidates   receiving   the   highest'
j number of votes will hold office for
1 two years and  the'third highe. t
I candidate   for    one    year.     The
trustees   shall ��have    the' fixing
of "salaries   and    the    voting    of
thc moneys' required for building*
and repairs and such expenditures
over and   above   the   government
subsidy shall be borne by the municipal corporation.
The News-Advertiser says the
Champerty Bill will-have the effect
of fighting foreign capital from, thc
province. '     '
It is now definitely announced
that Mr. Kilpatrick'will resign his
office as mayor of the city, and another election will be called almost
immediately.
A leadinc C. P. R. official, who
thoroughly understands thc situation, informs us that in his opinion
lievelstoke will be-, to the C. P. R.
what Spokane is to the Great
Northern.
AN IMPORTANT DOCUMENT.
REl-'Jii.i.iNo to the building of thc
in revenue over and above the
amount expended therein���a difference altogether out 6? proportion
and constituting a perfectly justifiable demand" for increased exr
penditure by tlie dominion. The
Premier therefore asks that in
future'the Dominion should con;
tribute a subsidy for railway construction in thc proportion of two-
thirds to each third given by the
.province.
It is outrageous that the revenue
raised by thc dominion should ,at
the present time be such that
British Columbia contributes Jf2o.67
ptr head to the .treasury as .again.'!
IM.93 per head for the rest of the
dominion, 'The inference is clear-
that the incidence of dominion'tax-
a.ion'should either be altered so as
to do away witlrthis glaring differ-
ence of impost, or if that cannot
well be done, then the Dominion
i-hould refund to this province the excess of revenue which it-
raises,iii proportion to that .raised
from the other provinces, and so
utilise this enormous revenue to
promote the development of the
province and the employment of
labor therein.
necessary revenue for that purpu.-e,
and we suggest that the designation j fe��|?
of thc tax be altered to meet  the   -^f
purpose for which it is really, in
tended, so that its  object- may be ��� ,-<��
better understood and less open' to j $|
.'objection.
If the ] eople want incrcmed
expenditure,th.ey must be prcpaied
to provide increased revenue,
and if <dhe shouldering of j
thc cost of education by the people'!
.direct in the form of a special tax
is going to get over the difficulty,
then by all means let'it be done.
ABRAHAMSON BROS.
PROP'S.
Newly built. First-clsw.
in every resppct.' All
modern cot.venipncM.
Liu ge. sample rooms.    Fir*'
proof   safe.'    free 'Laid
'   meets all trains, '     '
Under ..same m.mn{t:em<*nt.
QUEEN'S HOTEL,
TROUT LAKE CITY
(���
F^0 ���
rinis
The report of the delegation from
the provincial government, consist-
in'' of Premier Dunsmuir and  At-
*-- i.
torncy-Gencral Ebcrts, who recent-
, lv visited Ottawa, with  a   view  to
railway from Lardo to Trout Lake , muking rcprc,cntat:0���s t0 the  IJo.
the Nelson Tribune is kind enough , minion govcrnn,cnt C01*ccrnj���g n)flt.
tueoy: '' This will mean the th*: tcrs of import t0 British Columbia, | Education, has made nn honest
version of thc entire Lardeau trade , f6rmfl'onfi o{ thc most valuable! effort to solve thc difficulties sup
from Revelstoke to Nelson, as every
:t
enter from the southern end "
THE SCHOOL LAW,   .
Hon. J. D. Prentice, Minister of
i.    A Raging, Roariy Flood
\Va>hi'd, down 11 Ulcftiv'tph line
which Cliii*.. t1, Ellis, of Lislion, la.,
had to rcji.-iii'. "Stiinding waist deep
in icv wati'i1," \w wiiti's, "iravc me a
leijrilil^ cold and cnii},'li. IL grew
woi m* daily. Kinallv I lie last doctor.',
in Oakland, Nd-.,' Sioux I'ily and \
Omaha said I had cot sumption and
could not? livii. Then I begun, using
Dr. ICing's New Discovery and was
wholly cured by six hollies.";,, Positively ' gun ran teed for Coughs, (I'tilda
and all Throat nnd Lung tiouMes at
I he Canada Drug it Book Co's. Prici-
o(l cent*! and Sl.DO.
NOTICE
"VToi'iCE in hereby given that the "Ar
ji> head and Kootenny Itnihvny I.'qiiiih .
will Hjiply to the Letflslntivi- AFisemlily of the
lYoviiici' of Ilritii.li Coluiiibia. ut itf, next tier.-
,-iion. foriui Act to Aincnil sootion twenty.live
Of tlio "Arrowlieml nnd Kuali'iiny Itiulwny
(Jomp.iny Act. lSlli" buiiifj Cm), 17 o: lh-i Stat-
ti'ti'sof ltritinh Colniuliia of lS'.'S, by oaonditig
thc time mentioned in the sad >celion for thc
eonipliitioii of the railway niithurlzid lo bo
built by tho said Act.
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from Kcvcibtoiccto ^cison, ns every- j  t hitherto i.uhlishcd. . It i rounding  the education problem, j n .,., Dm.    ..^^^^
thing go.ng into thc district mil ��� .g a;i aWc compi]r,lion oi compara-1 Tlie co-t of education in  the prov-1 ^v*^
���nter from the southern end.'        , | t|vc ^ and lhc infurnmion c0]..; inoc jas. year amounted tb -*2SB..'
'       ;       "    f\.        ,  .     ! veved in its popes  will  he  <4 im-!��5iy, nnd   with   the   exception   of
Tiik innendment oi  the mmmg 1    ��� .      p , . 1   .  '-   ,       . ,  ..       ���   ,     -       ,
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;       .l.jl.l, .Sih-nr'l.i'iid and C'opiicr Minc-i wanted nt. thc EXf'lIAKCJIC.
i        l-'ltKK -Utl.MKl. tfOI.I) propcrtii;> wnnteil nt onco for Kn.��tcrn Inrwlor.-.
l'ni'tics imvinjf miiiliiif nropurty for trdo uro rcnuustt'd to scud wamplca of their ore to th*
; JiXflt.VNGKforcxliiliifinn.
i      All wimiilciiKlioul'i im M'lit by I'xi.rcM, I'RKPAll), -, ���-
I      CoiTi'ripoiulcimoKolicitiid.   *W(lrcs-sallcouimunictilionii to
! Tdoplionc No. till.   1', 0.1-ux "03.
AMCftS".V F. SlOSSiNBERC-BR. Nelson. 9.C
laws of the United States has  been
statesmen.
.Althouedi   the
before the senate.    The committee ���
' reported   recommend im.: that    nil!         .    ,,     .           ..
'      ,.     . ,         > nonunallv tiie'credit
laws allowing one person to  locate;                ���������                         .               .          .           , .    .                .          .
,      ,11 1  iii    ' pi lation of the report we believe we . crea.-:u'', a net 11 the  nio?t  1.-  to   I
tor another be  repealed, and that' -                   ,   .       .         .   ������   .    .  ���       ,     .  ,                        ,'
riiimsters
of  ihe
; largest item cf public .expenditure,'
hav?   The Heed- of tlie province  bv   vav
1 ..- *    1   *
com-! of road*; and bridges arc rapidly in
ure correct when wc'siy that it" is j made of the-great natural resources
[ thc work of Mr. R. K. Cio-nc!3. sec-j lying in an undeveloped'slate, the
' retnry to the premier, who is nncuf; expenditure on  road*  and .bridge?
*l00of assessment work be done on
each claim wjthin a year after location. .  , ...
  j the mo.-i pnin-*taKii!g  mm  m
RciTHHiNi. 10 the Champerty Bill; civil ferviee  of the  province.  an<
lhc'Proviuce  remark.-;    "An   pJn-: who has a   thorough knowledge  of
i.dii-1. 'TirJeman-a mining c-nuincer! the  facts  with  which   the   report
mmKi~ -���    COMING!    COMING I
'       ,     j and  with  it come:.-, the question ot-where  you can purchase to the best
Fish and 'Game in Season.   ' ['advantage A. NEW" SPRING  SLTT.   Wo have just ojicned up ,our
ah orrti'is i)r.j!!i;iUy filial. 'Spring  Stock of Suits, Pants, Shirts, etc., and feci safe in saying that we
Ciinior  iifniyUu* J can   more than  please  you in those lines.    Wc also carry ,the SLATER
SHOE. ,
Needless to,say our Groceries are always satisfactory. Drop in when
passing and see for yourselves. Cosls you nothing to see goods.' No
trouble to show them. .    "
REVELSTOKE, B. C, S
id Ivinj; rtre'ets.
.1 no
1
n   contiiiuou.-iy   growing
connected with  a  number  of im- j deal:--, 'The first question dealt with
port;)in mining companie.-  iu  thi?: i-J that of oriental inimitfrntion, and . eitin
jirovince���says   that
must he
one.
The    n.'1'i.iiuc   at    ih<-    ]vrecent
time is n<it nearly -um''i';ir. for the-
dernaiid- made 'ij'dii it. nnd it mu-t
���   iiM-re'ised   ur  relieved   nf
the  news  of. the delegation  f-ets  forth   with   no   --onio   item'-*   of  < xpeuditur-'.    The
juchan Act heinc passed will affect [ uncertain ^ounn  tne  viewy  ot  tne ��� custom througivnit Uic uorniruou is
mo.-t unfavorably  the attitude of: pcopie.in this matter. : in thr.w the co..t  of  education1 on
and
11
many British capitalists to  mining!    Thc following paragmpl".  of  the j the   locaj governing   iiodies   a;:
''investment-' in British Columbia."   ! report well expresses- this, where, in i hit'uerio Britirh Co:urnb;,i ha- Vice
&��� STEED,
Front Street, Revelstoke, B.C.
HOTEL
:cr.
the premier's letter to riir   Wilfrid ' ;m except ion.    The
mi' mi-
iiOW.
abl^Turnishcel with the choicest tlie .market ������
affords; ,, Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars. '
Rates $ 1 a claw    Monthly rale.
ALBERT     STOIDTE,    IFiROIP.
i  III.    liilll      .ill".     IIU�� ' 1 ft J t^
Tnu   Province   remark,,  on  Joe| Laurier, it is .-tuted:   "The oppus-; ever, come, wheu the sit.union  ha.-   ^ OOfiGOV liOCCVSPV
Martin's   Champerty    Bill:  , " A j ition of thc   Imperial   authorities' to he faced
more iniiiuitous meiisure it would ! must not he allowed to stand iu thc '< It ha? be P. wide.!* to' sonic
be hard to conceive, and if the- lay I way of the interests of this, nn in* j time that, a, change inul to h<;
member.-of the lcgisltiturc permit j tegral and most loyal -part of the ( made iu the system of providing
ihe bill to pasr without determined
opposition, simply on the ground
(hat il deal-- with profesrional
m.'j-'.er.'.'h1**'vjll ho treating Hi��.
ji'iipli. ilivy r"p?r.i"nt iu on eje*
trenT'lv bad manner."
d-ippii
Tui'"- uiouiK'r** 0.  ti:e  <irf-n\*o<kJ
city   council   are   endeavoring   to
leed-lal', (bv QvWttfijvl.vl .tbvir j jfF��tiow."
Empire, and if sufficient remedies   rovemu:  for education, uy/l  Hon.
"'Joseph'Martii| .ha-, r:-:r .-ii-'.'i. he
haf h<'-.';i in p.-'litice in the pro 'inc<.
polnVi thhi out more strongly per-
brip? thnu any "ther D-iend'cr '-f the-
bouse. Indeed he went so far :s< bj
oufb'lic the scheme whieli he bad in
view to throw the.'���o.-ir, <,i cducalion
on the local dis-trict.".
It    bn, ���: refrpdi)t;d '.jor     Hon.
have been pcrmitteil (o I <: excrcu.-ed
iu otbrr ''olonie?, Miry eanne't, be
coo.-ist'.nily rei'iired f�� Canada. <"iur
cape Ixiing all the stronger fr'>m the
fact; ihut by our direct geographi-Ml
ri'liitjcn uc >> highway of irathe t<;
iiic Orient wc are puriinjlariy exposed to the evils  of duedi  itnuii'
(is
'ill   lliri'f   lliin;:*.!   n  guml pby.
.'iiiiian, ii j,'(i'id  nurse, imrl ulmo.
hi to   putiiy   and   iinifnt inily nf
ttic   drtig-i   nnd    iiicdii.-iiics ctij' i
picyed in '.Ik: c.'(-,<:.
Wholesale "and Retail
Tbsv tav^'ii��te tt'-.w ^a.,:! '���ffrvwa^B^i^n.^gti
Always Como Hero
with   yi.iir   prr^r-i ipiinii*,   nt-rj
fur toilet and l-iilh M,(|ijir)il(,'..
George F. Curtis,
"Tlio Drufjgiat,"
Hu,r,Cwvt to The Jfr.I). A, H'.-Cn,
ReY6WT9��B9TATIWP-J^'
���ui i'nrtinmimMmtifii
'Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:
4K��^fr
C
��� i
��� .������ ���
4       . ���, THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Mr. George  Gooderhdm, of  " Toronto, states:  This is what Mr. Gooderham\   MINING NOTES  i - '  further says of his results:  MASONIC HALL.  "I have ahv.sys  heen  a  FtroiiR ii.lvc.c.ili'nf En- '  dowinotit IiT-iiraiice, and  aiv.iut, the time 1 took your    ���������-      !|  policy for. $100,(XX., 1  placed n minilicr of Eiiiiowin.'iiL  polifi.'S on   iiiy lift'in .sever.il dilfeiiMil. cniiijintiii'i.    I |j  have lived  In s.,(������ the ivsiilt and to know  what it. !,  liu-aris." .      ������ ,':  THE   RESULTS   ARE   AS   FOLLOWS  "The.-se i*-<sill���������*   re;i!i/.ed   l-v   lhc  'EquituMe   are  larger  ;nid more  satisfactory than   nny  n-sulr. ever  ti'iilizi-'d  hy iiit-* (in  nny nf my   pnlicifs  which havi'  liiilni-ed   lo date.      I   may  f-'.v   lh.it  they at'" rjniti-  p.-iiNfai'lnry, and that no company has evar done so  well for ma. The if-.ilt st.-mds a- an I'vid.-ncf of thr  i-arefill and prudent iiianairenicnl, nf on������' nf thi- larjri'.-l  and imi������t pt-.i^rvi-sive of the Atm-riian .Lit'.- oliii-i'S-."  HATK ok I  NAMi-: or  COMPANY.  Dec 20/8.1 NAmwicnii  i  ��������� Dif.aV**! Eijiiitahle  Di-c.'ai/'SI; .-Etna.  Dec. 31,134 ��������� N. 7. Life  f* I t  U������r.31/W' Coiifrd.Tntiim  xo. or  policy  2,631  2S0.421 j  ne.171!  107.S40 j  15,052 i  POLHY i PLAN UK ,   AXNUAI-  AMOUXT ;ASr-i:n'CE 'PIOiMIU.M  g 23.1XX) loy'r i'ndi.$l,(K{.'i 00  Mch. 17'K,' M-itiial Life     i 2(J1,:JI.'5,  '     ' v ! i  S.'pt.. I/.-vjiljtili.-li Eiiipirc,'  51,7-1(1;  KW,(KK);i.J  2^0-JO !10  i  100.000 113  t  20,000 iio  I  ���������io, ww iis  ���������������0,000 Jl5  2,117 SO  TOTAL  Pl.KMU'MS  AMOL'NT  PAID UY  ICOMPANIKS  DIVIDENDS  I'  .VET  PI.OKIT  OK LO.-l-  phokit;  I PEK j  JAXXITM i  ll'l-li: SlO-ffi"  % 21. M5 no ,.$ 27,:������1 40 ,iS 7,.'i*;i -IO  S*2,SS<3 10  12o,7.'W Of);   1Z0,H11 00 i   50,847 00 . -25,117 00  21.17S 00!  |   8,:J32 00 I 125.730 00 '  I  .   2,121) 00 i 21,200 CO,  ,                                    ' I  JUJfl 00 ; 51,510 00 I  22.581 00  135.53.'! (X)  22,tf)7 .11  51.218 03  $ ������ 02  ,K- "4 j  2.5SI 00!   M.-WSOO;     7 01  0 oi  7 (BI  :k,su oo i 'O.a':] oo j  '     I !  2.007 .il .   M.407 34 ���������  I I.21S 03 i   '2.07S05!    -J -10  1,130 00 ���������    02,250 00 !    02.170 00 i   32,170 00 ;       -ISO 00 j  Lo  i  ,us.  Ali'.x. 81i.-up. M. E.. is reported to  haw lipcn iicqniriiif; coal lands in  ���������Sin.illi.'imcpi. lot tin* C. P. R.  Silver hns dropped from 01.11 ceils  per nz. in Dereuilicr to oil- as last  "'I'i'k's New Yolk q-.iotation.  ��������� The Dcadwiiod-Sierra' mine in the  Black Hills N paying dividends on ore  which yield- 51.80 a ton and costs-$1.10  per ton to treat.,  j The ore bodies nf Ihe 'tfipat Drum  i Liiiiiiiinii mine of Montium are no.v  ; believed to have lie^-n fully exploited,  ��������� and the mine will be abandoned.  |     0. D. Hoar and partners-, of Golden.  j have received an offer from an Etiplii-h  i company for the zinc pmpeititv. which  they have located on la. tiyi-r.  I     Messrs. J. J. Young and AV, R. Pool-  eincc the organization of the society,  tho average death nitc' has l-ctn  only *1.1������2. , . j      , . _    .        .        '  The Sick and  Funeral   Benefit , p   ., x  ...     -,    ,.    ���������.    a  Branch is a very popular depart- \'Oreuu-e.n  a,   uis by sac UeHcve  ment aiid upwards of XIfm of lhc j   yow a Magnificent Lodge Room.  member.? ot the .society- are  partici- ������ ' ������  pitting in this feature of the  order.! '���������   .  The henefite are fcJ.OO pi-,- wecl: for : Over Mess.-. Unuinc lSrW stnrp i.s  the lirst two weeks of illne.-*s. and i now to l.e f.mnd our- of tiie fii.e-t  ���������1'5.00'pcr 'week for the following ten J I.id.i(. i-,,(,m- in 'the lJrovi,,'cp. IIpic'  weeks, altogether-$-56.00 during any ; the. Ma-onio J.-d^s- -K.v.tenav ;n,d  one year, he.-ide.* a funeral benefit : K-.y.il Aruli���������li.i-.c. iheir lod������e n.nu..  of -r'30.00. In case of continued ' Kinciin^ from , the pa*,������������j������- is t!,.- l,,n,-  illness, nDG.0(1 i,-paid e.ich year in . .pieitin^ hull, a i,i.'������ ruinn about 15  .sick benefits. Tho fee* monthly in ' fivt by ."IO feet. Uetwren thi--and  advance, are as folluws: the innin hall hit   two -mic loom?, one  Between IS and 2o year.-. .:lo i-ents > of uhii-li i-, u--ed fm tin. pieparaiimis  " 25 and o0 yeai-s., .'���������'>() cents i of i nit i-it c*-, and the nilir-r'a-- a gyieial  " ��������� .'IU and 'io years. .."o cents ball for iho u-e'ut nienibeia before  ,! oo iind'40 years.. .-40 cents enleiiti^'tlic, lod������e room. -  *'��������� -K) and io years. ..-13 cents ��������� T'l(! IM;ii,J Iml^e tii'mi is CO net by  During the vear l'JOO over $(53,-J, ^ ^'s beiuiifu.'ly p.iinicd and decor.  Equitable  Life  'Profits in Ci.-b "l . _ ��������� . .__ _,. .  ovi'/r f,.sl on [001% 117 f)fl  $!l0().00l)ot"As-  j   ipjZ%J,l,l * iVl/  .   stirancc.   .   -  Piofil,- in C.i?h  over Cost, on  $200,000 uf As-  Klll-illU'C.     .     .  ���������i'roflt  fLiij.s  North Ainorican      ���������   ' ���������   .*js2,8S0.40  i of the" Groat   Western.   left  for   the i 000 Were paid out in sick and   flin- ' ;il|(,,J '". ,''",!i   ���������������''   bhii��������� lbe color cui-  J Nellie L on   Friday 'morning.   They j crnl benefits. j li:,,'"'Hii' "f the Chie I/.d-e, a.-.d ^iv i..������  j were .-irconipiiiiied by Gold  Ctmniiis-' "   All phy.-ieully and morally qliali- ; !|( I'L''1,''''''"'���������     'J'lii-ii lbe work nf W.  : sioiicr l-'atiipiii r.    ' j ficd males between lis and io vear.- ! t!'   IJin"'.v  "   "'""  !t   1!"'jei:ts   the  The  l-niu'cl Slates Sttprpm?^7ir^rTFcfwlm arc not debarred on ;.e-,' ln������,,,'i;1 *rlu-     T!l" ii";,r W1." '"��������� c,,,v--  enntinueh mi   injunction   against   thi"   COUllt of, occupation,   arc   accepted I "���������l   ''V   ''   carpet .-ml-iem uic^f   the  an.alp.mati.mof'the AmericanHa.elter   for membership.    ' , ; Nuri  ;in;i   Jmyal    Arch    L-id^s, ami  Trust and the Gu^enheim, so that the,      Kor. further particulars  enquire : h������'i";,!,"1,c *"'.'"^'"'^    w,iI   '?*"   ]*  %    The Profits of the EQUITABLE Policy are  0 $7,013.61 greater than the" combined profits  (and losses J,of the other companies.  -TJtn.'i     ���������,,    -  New York Life  Confederation  .Mutual Life  1.403.CO  O.S08.00  1,107.34,  2.H7H.05  Ni'l. Loss in UritUli L'uiiiirp  Net Profit  818.178.30  80.00  S18.00S.o9  '���������BTKOS-OL'ST IN TUE WOULD."  THE EQUITABLE  LIFE  ASSURANCE  SOCIETY  CF THC UNITED 1.TATE8.  January I, 1001.  Assets    : ������  Assurance  Fund and  all other Liabilities - ���������" - v  *���������   .   Kootenay Lod/je  rf?"* No. Ij A.F. & A.M.  The rcRiilar meetings  arc held in tin; Ma-;- J  Your Pocket-book  mar be low hut iinborly hcpr it. but  -, if your clntlica arc t.linbl>y that  '��������� M<ttlch it. nobody w������nt8 to know you.  I.ndieisor Ortitr: Tailor Mado C'lot.hi-s  ri'j aired mid clraned in good aiyli..  Cull or Mind poi-t curd.  coniplelion'of   ihe  smelting Irns-t  i.s  blocked for I ho present.  The Trail smelter is at present block-  ^d with bilvei-Icid ore. The manager,  of the stii"it.er, Mr. Aldridge, told our  informant last week that, he has a mil.  lion dolhii'oj wot Hi of oiv there ti,waiting fivatiut'tit..  It i> reported I tint Ihe 13aldMminiain  Mininpr and   Development Company,'  whose  property  in  near, Donald, has j  arranged to dispose of part,,of its pro* [  prrty to a substantial company.   Thc j  Bald 'Mmintiiin, is owneil tiy Calgaty  residenls.  ,11; U'Widolph Bruce, M. E , speaks in  lu'j;ti terui*. of the liberal way in which  he it. beinjj treated by the (J. P. II. and  prn.irlnl      Tii������   !od������c   ruurn   is fitted  eel ue lijd.'tV  A Bsautiful Enf/raving of  RIA.  of any of theofheers or nicinhcr  thc order, or address,  ���������' R. Elliott, II." C, K.. In-orsoll.  Out.; Thos. White, High Sem'tary.  Brantford,'Out.; Ernst: Gnrtuug. Si  0., B'ra'ntfurd, Out.; A. Herhcrt'.' 1).  H. C. R., or I). E. McKinnou,' D.  H. H., WinnipL'jr, Man.  All omi" Hit' world llip-miicliirii-..ill bo .-old  VUP   fM'Pl/' fMW fl Mfil I    ,'N"������"a knew Ikt bu: toloichur: Xnno numwl  / H EL    UI I f    bUu/yblL     ier inn to, iiriii.-...-'  There lllt. ten oillion jicoplo  I I! Dm    Vf I I      VvW/yW#fc,r,- in the Lniteii.--t.ite*.."i'id (.'.iivuiiiwiio will eiicli  .-?. ���������    j w,ui> niKMif ihe-ie henuiifiil iiii-inri-*.   Thev me.  I full ,-;;���������,', ltixiM. N'o L'S'icn-'e l:n.- li.-c-n sii^reil  ; nnd thejiiettiru i* well worthy of ;i l);nid*oina  I inline. Agentr enn .-ell 100 a-dny. ' riiimnlcs bv  I Mail, post paid. I e.  For Only 10 Cents.  Regular Meeting.  (���������tiie Temple,' l.onrnc i   Hull,  on  thc ��������� third :  ^SB,ft'������n rii*! Samuel  Needham, Douglas St. i tl,p^'r'Itl'' 'V*?1 Utf^  -"���������������������������������������������', o ; ment of 10OU ions of ore ftotn the Para.  Jr*   Vi-.itinit   brethren '  rs'-"��������������� cordially welcomed.  Ci. 5. JICCAI.Tivlt,   SliCKETAHY.  JIEVEL3T0:������3 LOTJGS, I. 0, O. F., No. 23.  rte^'iilur mcclinrr-i nrc held  in Old fellows' Hull every  'llnir-iiay night ;it, oii;ht  *?& o'clock.   ViniMiiff brothers  Surplus  Outstanding  ������304,588,063  238 460 893!' ^^^^^^r ^o^r^  ^00,H-0U,O3J | K_ U..VTER30N. N'.O.     *  J. A. BTOXE, KS.  I  $66,137,170;  I'-Jt.-ihli-ihcd 1.1 ycnriJ.  Strictly Uniun Lubordhop,  For Sale  ii: N. e-ot'iisiKii, i:.s.  ; dise mini- at \Viiuletm,,M*. He says hu  could not, iinve been better treated hy  any tail way company' and smelter  limn he has been by Ihu C. P. It. and  j by Mr. Aldridge, llio manager at Trail,  A BLACMITHING & CARRIAGE '    "��������� "������������������'"^���������IpIi'U.uh;. M. E���������' reports   matters Vcre referred, to' the' cum*  ���������^ I    1 "ozon piciuro,, ;.v?., .-ell'tor j't.'.'.), prorit l.>;.  thu nicetmg ot the city council j   m    ������������������       -   gj.cn   ������������������    siim't ������������������   sm  01) , Saturdav night' ,therc Were I . "(-tier order Ifti nt once nnd -.trike wliilB-ihn  iiri.ci.nt fbo \r.n-,-.,. WA Ar,.P.i ,.*���������.- i '."OH la Hoi. The timn to rell KomUi- wI-mj  profcCUt the Aia\01,   Ala.   .UCUirn , I the people wmit theui.    '1 li'jv want thcni cow.  "S^n^S1 liuini^rooi! HOME NOVELTY MFG.- COMPANY,  of tho Victoria, Hotel had euupht I r,r/r?; Sa:; ������M>������������pt,M:-l  fire and ho H-Commende-d an appli-1 .;_'.,'        ' ! ll-Ll  cation of fireproof paint. J "    ~T   ���������   ���������       "       .    ..   ���������. "T1  Chief McLean-reported on defects; AttaOll   01  'EOyal   CaQallSOS at  in.the fire alarm s\^tem and hi<-\ , ,. n     j ,   '  edHcicticy of,thc striker,  and those \ frlfiPaBJCI^i    -  BUSINESS.  'An  A.   i   opportunity for one de  siring   an   openinjr.      Easy 'terms.  ini;    fnr   ������i-icl-i.i-|..  ' 'I'liu prc-C! t i* a i.'i.i; v.lien w.irpi|.-i:ii'e>;i!'c  ihrough West Kootenay he found a |     The matter of defective cro,s.i>K>,; ihu^wl^^Jil^^^'VL^taaii^iX^  that on his lecent trip to the coast and j lnittec  Ihrough West Ivontenay he found a  f-jit-vit deal   of  intere>t   taken   in   the  j  mittce.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  .,    y^lf^^.    SiSKdWInw^ foT'Tushinff tO ! mld   ,''r"'lit"''S   f'V   tlwt   ^"'P   a   '������������������'"V  ff-rf*''s5=S������%w   B Visit iiiK brethren'cor.    b("J'     -*PP0  S,������ I ,>  I V-feS-55^ ��������� ^fe^dinlly invited to at- ' ! l<-'������  Assurance,"$1,116,875,047j:,k.kincah..s.o. ^.^m^ \      JAMES MCMAHOH.-        . ill,e  New Assurance ���������   -   ���������  Inconio   -   -  was, on Aid.   Nettle'*5  rijcoininend-i41-13 plaudif8 l!t" ,l'i"lirill=,r":i,io"'- ^"-i������-vt-  Windenneredis.rirtit. E.i-t Kootenay, j atioil, referred   to   the   works   com- ! piJi'^K^f^  dcrcd   paper.     A   nielnre  t!nu will cunitiiein'1  itself ami -end it thrill to the heuft. nf cvury  i  S207,G83,243  , 858,007,131  '-OYAI,  "d. W.-ALEXANDER, PRESIDENT.  ,    di- H. HYDE,' VICC.PRC3IDt.NT,  H. ALLENBERG, CHAS. T. KiPP,  MANAOEB, CASHIEr.,  Empire Stale Buildiug,  oSP0KANE, WASH. !  ' t ^  F. B. Lewis, District Agent,  Revelstoke, B. C.'  03ANOE L0DG2 NO. !C35. I  KeKiihir liioeLings nre held in  the Oddfellow'* Jluli on the  Third Fridiiy of c.-ieh month, nt  8 p.'in. hliiirp." Visiting brethren cordliilly invited.'  thos. stkkd. w: ."-l.  U". G, i-IUNEV, Kiv. See.  COUItT MT. BEGBIB  Z, O. F, I.'o. 31C1.  Ron.    Th������ shi|iment- of n , thoifiind'-      'It' Wa*i    re-olved-   to     a>*k      Col   i truo  C'.madiii'i   i-tlio one eiillcd' Attnclt'of  ,ls,rft ���������������..������������������������ ��������� ���������;      ������������''������������*fmm������������ni!������iMot ,elike j Tracey, C. E.^if Vancouver, to  ro^SKSS^^r^^  JAMES MCMAHOH,''   '       . ! [}'c p,,rHdis" b". t3"l",",,,'������ ��������������������������������� ������������ t" i port on the state of the electric and ! }J!S dut^'^^i-'v^ni^^'viu/^  nc\/ci ornvr   n   n !clraw tl"' HU,'"tu1������ ()l investors to the  waterworks svstems and the cost of! !IC1'������ n.Vi1 H'j-.'oa i'voM;;uc.iiiri!re>pi'uk������ou!y  KfcVtLSTOKt,   B.  C;rP������'*IWHtiHH -ftlmt section,'and  the   putting-thein ill repair.       -'.    '. -    j GUfitti it JSLW1'H^or1^^ Lift  ��������� Making tip-of Ui.! hond oil Ihe K"d'Line TlifiW   T   -,?- P   Cm   \vt<v> vt>niw<t. ' 'u'!ltl1 t!'>ll'������eliin-,l,v.-   1: i-i only too true ilmi   *    ,���������.������.������n..i������  ,c  ���������|.���������  c���������i,.i.���������.;..i   ���������..:i         i, ,',   '     , ^ * uu; ," ,   \ '    1U.l>% i niini.v.m.ilio.Hiiifdliiiiit li-nri- Umt b������ii ,-o lnirli  Jl tf  $25,000   On  a     ���������        '                             rrppcrty  is also suhstflntial  evidftice ed to'put trenches, which thev   had ' M'1'1,"  Hioo'aoerloj thoBiBnf.s.b.ulaiSiu.i  IP GpflBd    $25,000 ! '!lf!' ������������������i*������������������ is ������ i-������������������������"K ������-������mp. dug in the streets, in repair. "    ,    i %������ ife^Jlofe'^'i^i^^i^olr.^  ,     , . i It i*i under.-tood (hat  the government ______.^.  .    - ������n.ln*r ai'le of llio .world'inider Afrie-m-kies  igioal Contest.   ;���������!*������"������!':'������������������*!^r W!i*m roatl ��������������������� ' a Kfjorry pnihjT  ^^^^^^:'^^  fcomethiny entirely new . iunl iiiteroi-litiy:. i  Keiid what you are to do, Yuu limy tret ������l������w. |  -Jureontefi it tosi-e \vhoc.in nuilie the lurfcrcst  iliirselliief creek ihN srii-nirj.  .Meets In the Oddfelon51  Hall on l.ho dceond Hiul  fourth JIuiidnys nf ciieh  nioiilh.   Vibitnitf br  rcn   invited  to attend  J;rv,ln,!ilir.!������l!k.Iud'!,ofW,1d,t4'oml,,ofoJ,yw-  ThG Canadian Order of Foresters.  wooooockquliapfitadiogJ  g 8P n i e l v e b r o i m w a o o h t l :��������� . .The.' following   tabic   prived   the  inJ\uu!^Sift"^lriWS the'society   since  its  ,    S;^^^\^^Z^^^ ! organization in 18J0', as'to number  vtii-; iii.peiirh in ihe n*t or letter* aui/u'i fur iiwtaiieu  ot member-*, claims paid, increas-u  end, 1 ������v nudeoek.   l'lciver.   **liuw Jlird.'ute.    To any    ;. .������������������.,.���������   .m,l |���������|.,1    n-nm   -*,wl   ^  lieriM-iis who chii niiilvc a list of ;'.> or mure dnti'i'.    in -CtCHO, all-Moll-1, TC C1\C, and  IS  hnya Opaak  wirlr mi   ���������i.-rc-i.'-tiljle  ' T*nl..|r   - -        - - -       -  thrill of  THE CITV  E; W. B.  ��������� The School Site at Golden.   .   ! J^������ *^^*i������.';T.^a������r>1" cr������jtf* .ArVy.  1 hero iii-u ah istirrinjj pie'l'ire: iiiid i-iitinot f.i.l  ,'t'i iiniri'iieii'l  lliciwuivbB to ittiy nnn who will  ' . ' I'N.U'ihieilieiii.   'J'hey aie ESD SOT SEZil>  ���������rl ���������    ,        i 1     ������ ,    /-.   1 i ' Ella I    Ajfi'litf    Com     lliomy,     Hi-'  uro.'lt.-.  I here is tryublo at Golden over. Ki!.,ri!.<>u.-W.'N<.   < ue nwk roWn in dim'  the   '������������������clioid   ���������"!?���������(���������      The   nn-cp-U    In. '',i;l'v'   f,������������ii������le <n������! term*. 2j cent- 'none fri'i-i;  UiC_  -LilOOl   .in.      lilt    piUC.ll    JO' , four fur H-J cent.-; SI.50 ucr dc-.m ! -.'o foi-SJ.76 i  cation is at the- jrovernmeiit build*   ������V f,,i" &'< !���������" '������" w-ir   ^'.-iu- u-ii.iy fur a.  hits on the- Nation side of the Kick- '^""'J'������='k������"���������������^  Prnmpt dt-livpry  etc.,oto.nnv uurt of the City.  Aoy'KJnd cf Transferring  All orders left al K. M.'Smyllie'.-*  Tobacco Stiite, or, by Telephone, No. 7"  will rpcei-." prianjt uttf titiuti.  JJi'iln r-vi'i-y V\zA-  iu���������-rlitj- in Oddfellow.'  i fill I at, 8 o'elnek.  Viniiiiiij Kiiinlil.i ill''  - vili.d.  II li. rrui.iDii::, C'.C.  I". W*. JIackixiiot.  K. oi-'i:. &S  i^^.^-^iS^.^^yS^'^^^ ^.^ ^.^o'.^-V^.W ���������  '���������������   Patronize Home Industry  ������' 'AND SMOKE  6  Revelstoke  I Special Cigars. |!  ;V   i  &'  i  :jl .  A'1  S������i  REVELSTCKE  TEAM -LAUNDR  ���������>nn who fii'iidi- the iimne oi ;'.'��������� Hirdc, iunl uur  ferllt.- will be ur-i fulluw!- [ J.'or the bei-t lint, ru ,  ei'ivi'tl i"ie!i dliy, uUold iVinulii inr thu seewiil ���������  be*t ^ijliiti'iii I'iiuh day n bwniuiul Jinjw-i ..-ii ���������  I en Set i lor the seven hum be^t !*oiiitioiii. cueii  day, u Jiunriih rfukili iliiunuiii! nnd Kuby Kiiik: '  lur Hie nest he*r .-oliilioii, n Guld I'ieee; mid  tor ml iiihur eorreel Moiuttoi^.-. l'rine.*i of Onud '  Vi'lne. Thc.-e prices will be furwrn-dud daily. :  yuu will nut huve to wait a loiij; liiiiii in uneer- i  t.iinty berore ,\ uu know the result, There ii. im l  , eteiiicnt or' lultery in uur plim, it, nmke.'- no :  (litlcrenee whi-uier wcj-'i-t youi-Milutioii Into or 1  early in tiie d.ij'. All \ini need iV to liiiul tliii- I  Adit, to us, n 11J on  ihe day it reuclie.-i ur.. it  UNION LACOR.  IBevolsioke Cigar Ifg, C..'y������  Revelstoke   Station.  i\  FS nuvuiDiUMi    ouiuiiii. ,(.'   j  .V '&"  ���������.'vi-PS'ferft'ti i?i'4i K-!&9iirL-K-&Khk-������i'iJ: Kile*-.  UNION LABOR." ���������  Buy Only Union-Made Shoes,  1W:1  1 hi  !..(���������*  1,-Kl  '   18 I  lKf-.j  1SN)  iss:  11.M  leWI  l.'-fl l  isni  IblU  Mi;i  l.-iil  l������!l,5  l.-fM  1������K1 7 iiioi  1.*.'I7  l,i!I.S  l,*!f.)  HWI  S.VI,.* UiN'Iti ctl'ij   . f   .*o,3  t.itll1   ...mm Ihi    !'���������!  its,   At ii public   meeting;  U'ljpuiTcl re- i  aMH.?i,c.:!.!������������?Ml������!l1 (/!l tlio tunttn'tbi:  ?,,:i7 ,:<ii! '(ViiMb?,'lniijol'itv and liow tbe thutter  lias  ..ui, *$X ikX uilaja-i ''wn ivp.v.-intud tii the Minister of  .miii it.iifi-'i ii..' oi').. .lo.ii (Vi i inova   was Minnnrti'il  bv  n   lni'L'c  2,'.Ki.! l.'MK.'ll.ll.' M\t '^. . 1,L'I.# '-'jj              .,     ../            >( UJiUOlllll     U^      .1      lUJljl.  y.ioi,'hum      ������������������  ' '"i"  i.:.n."  0.1.1   iSjKjn i-i- ii.?^ :.ii m,:.io K) i Ldmntioii with  7..'B!' ai.diKi o:, -.'....vn (w: w.sv> ;i,. '  S.G.' ! 11,(111!) (Ill, vM, 17.1 Kil ������U'M 51  l'i,-.'sil .'il.srm (Hi; 27.72R 111,'IOMIU Ol  iwu; u-i,'.'iiu (ki :i(j,'.'i!i rr, ih.ct a.  view to havilij; it  looked into by tho.-.u who objiKjf to  thc removal.  I'.'.oll   U-l,'.'ilU (KI   .10.2111 Vi, IW.SH (m v"X '*-"*"���������" - '   1  \HF, -in-'!!US' i'1.1"--7,-iWV?"}#      1 hc tiocrctarv for Ldm-tition,1 Mr.  lb,.,l.i  (4,'l.iU W' (il,.i.O (UjiiiiA'M I. ��������� t> .i ���������        .       ���������  ���������,    i ,,   i i       ,        , i,i  is,i;n, fs.o'in oo; 70.111.1 miI.t.'.-i.'.'i? m ; Hobinson, visited Golden Ian week ! (j  Si.7!il;'ii5.(il7 lii| 7().ai7(tt;a'i...H .38 to ,,,..],.,   ���������,,   ii,,l,,r,i,i(l(.|*t    cviniin.  H-'.o.iiitm.tii? w| M.!i7������ 7:i!47ii,Mi ui *u.IUtUl1-  "ll inoepiimeiii.  i.\.iniiii-  i".ovi'', IT,1 J"..-1"-' b(-'bt' You ^a" bavethi; i  Go.cl Waton or ir second  bi>t ihe benmitul i  'ie.i riet, and ,-*o on,   We Kimruiit.'utliiit wc will j  nwiird  you  a  prize,    'iii.-re in uij*uliiU'ly no  ujipurtunity for d,-ce)'tluil on uur part- wc emi- -  iml  utliird   ir.     We wmii tngci l.iwir.iiiii well j  .���������������,iii.Hiinl .-,ul".eriberH, and  lur I,-nil   rai.-iiii we I  (lun't w.iiu  j uu  in ...nd nny in,in, ,\ until j uu '  KiiuH-������N,ieli.i   v.lmt  |iri������u j..ii Iiiml w;i.inn ii)  ilniwcrillif  the  pu^icH.     .\r  .--udii iillt-r } p.ln. i        ���������"'   "'ii   "V  iii'iiit-n   in     e;wi    u", ci  j        tr-i .    rpftf     mi* i L'    .    i        ���������   I      I    l  cjichiiij ,i- p(j*.-inli', the e.\.iiniiH'i> willjudifc J & 1.1.1 ()(][) .....^ i.nr"rici] io flip   i'i'*.ei-vn"i       iV   illl'J    '"-'���������*'".���������A    rich   lildv,  lilli     1,-1*   Iu   I hi- b"rt   ur   'iii-ii- iiliiliit-iin.i .i-iil      rl ' ' luuu  ������'ilr LIIllllll  IU  IIJI;    ll. 11". I I       f   I lit- i     -V'    ��������� :  v.i...  ii. i.    iu   uu. u n   di   .li. 11,'OUIIt} 'Hid Will ; e i   ..fl :,...���������:  _,.< iit I'uir.  -...J  I   '���������������. J    o[   lll'l"    Iht . IIK-M1*    II flfl ' > IIIM'.-.     ill  Vl,l������l.'i (ill, 16(5 I.i! WM ISioM.1."!! J.I  ���������.'7.lli5 I,i.',.1.i2 .111! 07..3S7 U8 olL',7fiti .11  ������i,7 !l l l.'I.RI? dll t!iS.iw7 24 7111.17;) 7,"i  ."..;,li.i7 lW.ll.1.) Kl l.'lli,HS7 HI .1.17,2iII 1(1  lii.U.' ll'c.OO  I'll 111,707 0(1!) :',(Kii W  As will be noticed ill   1.JU0, over  atioii iis to the,merits .of tin. ease,,  nnd he will report to tho depart-1  ment.,  ���������y  Size 16x22.  ili-nhjiiitlctlH! pnai-K    \Ne  .Mil write in yuu ill ! flUlll, after Oil VI 1'' OVCf ^lUo.000 OUt  mice iimiiynur you whin priisc I.uh I,, cu uwiiril- i <     ri(',i, ,.if.: ' .. ������ '  id you, men a yuu ure iiil^fl-d. you , uu n, n I I "1 0111111 l MilllS  ymir i-ub-erlpLoii  tu Tin;   U'ojms's Wo;an !  i tht. Head liy Dr. Nielinl-?oii'*i Artificial  ! Ear Driiiiin, ftwu -K'J-j.000 to his Insli  On  On       On  l,o!i:) $JWHi  .W   ft 1,20  iiiend   I in-: \\o.MAVH   Woumi m all frieiuU. I flt-| wi'i-n ill.  Hi. ivliy I'liildintMipoiir.'ivciiliitMiitMlll further, ,'                 ' ..  , \U-i-ri'willing in -pci.,1 ������.',i,iKKi in thin cm **t I     ������X>'* of tiHOl)   $!,<).)(> yl.^JD $JWHI  in building U|i a bic-iilwriptluiiliKt, and wIi.mi ' iu ,,, 0-. ���������>:  Oil- tuiiiicy  i.-*  *p,.-u'. wn reserve the riflit to ' ""-"j ' *      <'������������������>       "-'       ���������<-���������>      v.-^i t  piiblirhu iiiitiilt-ii.iutt thiil the cmitei-l Iikh lieiu 1 2.J to ot)   ��������� -      ,.|ij ,     .<),"'       .1)8         l.,'J() i  ;. l-cuiUMiued.    !),i!i't delay until il ii* tun late. I w ,,.,-'��������� ..         ,.,    *. ...         .  ((1  JhecuuK.-i will u.,ti11inie iiniil Juij lnt, \<JA.     jolniid.)   - ���������     An       .70   Jjll.Oj      . J. 10 j  ,    \\eKnen IJ'iini-. I'rlzyiji S.'.ViilKMiideiiendenl I ;rt t,, .III   . .       .-,()      ,c-,     i^         1711'  : of nil iillk'Mo Die |K'ri...ii wlio mgiiU in the lint ! M           '     J **'         J"  rjiittcn ni) in thubi'4 nnd liiindHiinii-Mtiiiiinuer.    10 to-lo   ��������� '      -o~>   $1-W     1 -jO        '2MU  I *.,           .    u             ,                      ,l             .    ' V'm L,,,",!ll,,ttt;t' "'"I decide mid nwnhl prlzei-          ./, .,                       ,  ; 1 here  isn t one   reason -- there arc : dully, but the Hpeei.ii *?.'a-j prixe win iKiuwawi-1     After   paviiig   ii]nvnrds   ot    one  j dozens   why    cur     wort   is     belter I In'MS^  ; th  There Boasoo Of It,  N'OTICIi,  i  lninii*, the Ordn' hud h'  .1  an   ary   oilier    laundering    works. '~'                WHO  WE ARE                     j vltiinit-, tn..' Uff.ri Juifl h   MirPJllt*  111 j /������������������������ir.-j{'J-rf of A'hijir. NM 1'rii:-. ri.tr.i-.11..! Ter-  '     T" UdMiV- Wo-11 ir.  lliumiiL-lili- ���������.1l      tliC lllMll".'! llCC (lepai'llljeilt of ^'1,'JIJI,- j ,V'   tuilU'r.'.lidlJ.wiiMl.i.il   lielfver.v  mil   in-  (', .,��������� . ;., ....,1 .....  I-,,..- ,--..             .,'"������������������.         " "fi' "- * tiiiiwiiyiil.!  ri'li-    _ ...          ,       .   1  '-  t                 1     -       ii holden liilhc. Co'iri llouieiil eleven ucuc'i in  LodiC 111 .lll'l bCC now \.C          ; u.le ciiii.-uiii. v.n: rfrc KiKnyn tu-do cxttctlj ut-   0UU, lit the llltl Ol Jalltwrv. hist,   all ! the furciK.iin. nt tlie places .tud oil th- d.-iti- foi-  %������r������Aft������  This ut'iirnp used hv ihii JOHN Mc-  P1/.KUSON CO.,' Limited; of Ilmiii'.  7 do it.     See our machinery, ;  ' nicely.aiij exact'y'aL'api'E'J  /;  ...to'every need.'.'.Uur-soaps, -...'..  ,",,. to'o, of the .heat, long tried  -: and proven good.  R BUKER,l:PROP.  Notice to Subscribers,  .Tim proprietor of the KooTii.vav M.ul re-  tlUfKl^ ������������������:i.si.'rH'--f*-.t<) ri/i vu-i! Iikli of flny'1/rtxj-u*  we udvertiKC.  :\Vi,  on tl)'.' 22:1  ,ny  .UlvcrtiM,,^'^"1 ".WS'SW|"of--. V-bich"ipr InvCsiV^Vin'-gilt^ij^d | Vr^V^!5������ro?  '   "iipoirjt hUhc best inonet^ry- iuetitur.!.-Ayit^r^-^ ���������������������������m,Uslw--0U:lba "^ d'*'-of--: ������  o.'Aj'fl!,''"'!  UA'JZ .  5Ti'.;:'r.r  Tow.v.  . i..C'ci.;.vthv ;...���������',  S*. H.-1!,- - .-.ireful and prop:.-.- you I' letter;"������.. .in'  ��������� wc do not receive undurpiild letter.'.. Address:  Xfc "Wcwin's worw," BrontftHftfc yta.  tiens of the country.' Xot-a. dollar  of the nioneys collected for the in-  ?iiratie'e fund is oiv has been used  for' the, .expense.' of... man'ageiiicrit.  Th������' society's busilie.������*i beilig confined to Canada the. death rate i?:  very low. The'death rate per 1,000  (^ inemberphip in 1808 wan i/M,.for  Wi wnn\ M m n\  City of JAuVoii; oh tbo "thdnyof Mny.llWl,    ,  f'ity of Hcyclntokii, on tlio 7th duy ofMay.  1001.  City of Vorinin, on the l.illi 'ay nf Afiiy, 10:117  . City of Kiittilojii', oi) lliu i'lni day of .Aiav.  IlKll.-. .,-,."'���������  City of Vancouver," on the 21st do v of Mnv.  1901.. ."��������� ��������� -7   "'   -. *   .  ('ity of VI.Mririn. on tho Mth day of Mnv. l!Mi.  Town of ('linton. on the -iSth day of May, 1901.'  lly Command,  J. n.'TJIK.VTKiiv.  Pr^i;  W?P  ft  One of llio ino-t   beautiful  picture- in  colors.   I'liiin iibiickgrouiiduf Puro Solli"  Gold  rc.4.*. the Fiu-iny  K3cord  in thi [  ,-h.ijiu o; ii  imnd-oiiu:   \ciiiiiit, with Golc  Clasps ujicn u cticbii-ii uf criuir'jii veli'H  with ii  Inmitiful gold tcrsol.   ,Un tin  ILit'c-. iiiiilord.il'efiiit bcii.iiii;-,*, .ire *pii';u  iu mIiicii to write the lsiiyi'; nnd 'date o;  birth.    I!n iltlier -Mc i-n lj.':iut{fii|-croll  mi,which lu '.'.."ji'.-il iii.irr.'ax'-" and dc.il!.-  On  tu;i nf th';' pii;t ir.;  am   i;m    mui-i'ik.  'Tamily Rsoorii," in Vn- tk-h- ���������-, l"i-.i-rinj.  kno'-Mi lu tlie pi-inur* mi.   rri.lvr ihl-.m  -I'm'! - for I'ntl.."-'- -in'! iii..ih..| - pMi,r> ���������.  In tin- luHiT |,,u i ft 1 ii, pi. i I-,- it a brnu.  slful -lomcsji... j.     In- il-ar old Krai-.t.  i������-.iron-.fi. i1.!��������� li i^Jsomo, fl;aiwir:h������s.  jft.id, ami hir������^y >'o-ing V/1.v,i!ic lovlni  aiuah:������r ������,i i  o.iby boy-i'"' ldo.tzji {  ji-nndoblld-nrc .id ^.i'ii"i,i| (i.(i!i.|,! ti,  .ililc. wli'li: jiiiiii !;n'..,i,- ri-'ul-'-i ;>'ii't|i,.i n  GoU's  Holy  V/onl.     .\   un<i   bnuilifu  ���������i.-i-ui'.   t iiil.'!-|i<-,uh .ire iji.. v.ui*d.v "ooi  Ulcos Ourrcnir.y."    .\i"!!i.| '!���������!- plti'ii-,  .i.'c.ekln .-iiaci*- r*"-* pii'it'u'i-a-iii* ni .i-iii.)  iiiciribui- ct '.iic.'nu.ili. ('i-iii .|i,icciii.-lii-;ii|.  iw'iiu il'Miu- iii.ee.   1.!-.���������������!.ire on lhc picture .-.re -ciitteiul irieii.n!.'  nn.-. ihui-,.n.  l-i'o-ii'viii-Hi il'.ii Kiufn-n n'. tin. v.hole |-f*i-  inj{ 'in. ail'l thiow.-i in!', bold r"l|i-f bv ill-  ^'.'.WO'.:* buckirriiiini! u:  Solid OolU ������'Ide)  piodiivi- a i',.'|'):-.��������� ui d \iz.i:\'j bi-nuty,  ARFHTQ vn"v. '" v"';: r,M!:- ,j!ii  nULMlU   !'. jr'il'ir ii-ici  !��������� ,'-l > >-ni-, li>:t li  .in} 'Hi', ii li'i -, '  mie fu" '.''i. i-i.'  *;'t', C*l lur S.  ehmVc?  'Ml-:!  i  tun-.-; >:, i. .t'l.-k-iou, l/iifiurit,i;i  li-I ���������    Mil '.   ".   u ||   ..   .  '' iiii-   II'-',-,-  In  -i"(-|it- !' in'  I"1 for ���������-.',)./������.     Wij niyali  l-r.'i'isnl'j'j:!';.  ,"��������� -"j'.'rfii:  for hi!' rr'.-L. li im-  .'j'.u  -lit  1  jrii-5l!.l5;.-i!-i.  ������a(.L'.,ni ���������i-,'.i.,ly.-l'|..,i't;;:j :'-.'.,", (.-.j' V'-.jC  (':')!i ju'J'Jo-l'C.lcr.'        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���ill kind.-* of c oih'. glov. s,
'-i.fi li.cro-n f-        ribbon-.
Sold in 15c.  Cakes,
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and all colors kept on
hand at thc
!     The   Duke   of   Yolk    is   lo   p!.'-.i-i!t
S'lHii  African   war  ne-dals  while on
���"> , Hi*, lour I ln-oii-.il Canada.
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Mavpole  Soap will dye .-j ;    The t .ihw-tn ii.i of (he  v.ow rentmy
a"iv shadu.     Won't  wash & I cm have her (l.ahe*  made up-io.il.it.>
out.      Do   not   stain   the ^ j ,i ��� v.--, ������ a  '-iii   an i.-id-i.
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&       S'lciifr I'.'ilni'ni' ai'i-cslcd n  lad al
:$\ [_.'gei> Pa-*.-. ln*.l iv.'i'k on  a charge,nf
ih'-l'l of a suit, of cloihi's from'the  Col-
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Highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair
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Avoid Kiiklug Powders  containing
jiliuu.   They tiro Injurious to health
fc' ' uuiliia House at uolUt u. I ..    .    n     .       ,.     ;��/���/,  /���,   n���,,,/
��        , <v*. ti    i n    1 ���   rP.   - , , r    I Made During tho Week by Rev3l-
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Rcvslsloke .Station
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MARRIED.
aiion*.  li ix-1n^r ciii-cil   Ifii<*.iii touilli*
.ir.nv for in-i-M-lif'iiic.--iu.M iiu-hiiri.i. r i    Morrit- <Sr  Steed.���Smith   Croekr
Ii i*. iiiiil."i��ii.i.d Hun when the Mho*.-   Ciinie?  Creek,  NJieteen ilile, Mc-
.il'G.'iti-r.-.l  D,nl"o.l'.M\.'II'-. police foici" i Cullough Creek. _        j
i,fr. ...Iy in inkH i he m -id. a iimil m (1 !     II. 0. rai'.-oi..���IIalt:,yrn Spr:ng>, '
~��� di'i.'iiuhi.-il i tr .a Mill in- mad- to i-i.ri ' Fcrgnc'on and Coma pi ix.
,' tu,. ij.HM war. ,     ���     j     KntcrpriFo  Hr^vrery.-��� Comaplix,
_ '    \V.int,'d.-y..iai't,".iiiMi ."mil wouhmi lo ! %EU��on. Naku?i;; Sicianoiir, Illc-
Morgan. William K. Vandcrbilt, Jas ;
Ii.il!.   Jviwaid   ll.irriiiian,   (Jporjrfi   J. |
C'llhl.     J.I'll    D.    Hr.i-Uf.-l'c-,     .lacol"!   -s^lj
��� .*-"(���'ii;V   it.'l   .J line.-   S   1 iii-iii,   !������  Iiciin;
>.i ii inj-...|    |.<    iii-iiiiiit*   <i     i-i.ui nihiin;
I   jiicic-,:   in   all   i he m ci a ai! vv,i v systems, including ihe Grand Tiiiuk
The C. 1\ R.   and Ciu��'* Nosl C.��.l
Compiny ha\e settled ll'.pir dilTerfnces
i  it,' Ottawa,   the  former   uithdiiiwinu
' o.ipositi.ui   to   the   latter   company's
j ch-irler for a road lo  connect, with the
Gie.it Noithcin on tho C. P. It  l-cini;
?p1p,i*.c(1    fn.in    its  n>rrppni(-nt   not  to
nine   coal   on   its   own   lands for ten ,
V'   I V.-i. , ' j
A .vi i'His mishap occurred to h.-ir��e
15 when I'cin^ timed' to Nelson
fioin Ko-iienay Lauding on Tuesday
bi the Valhalla. Eijfht, cars'out ���!!
15, loaded wiih coil and coke fell oil
the ha rye into JOO In -100 feet of
water, iiiMibiny ihe (J. P. It. ' in a
hea.y loss. Two tramps who were in
the cats are, supposed . to have biicn
drowned. ,,  -
. Mr. Diicln'snay will not  he removed
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from Revel>(ok*, for the present, lint j
will conduct the dulies, of his new j
"llic" as ii-.."-i*-(nnl, general supeiintei d- i
eul fj-niii H.*vel*.l(i|.e,  wiiieh-will   llius'
' 'Cold water Kai.-.ominc in delicate -.hades. Floor
Paints���"Ironite" best iluor paint in the world.
House Paints all colors ' Knamels. Stains. Varnishes. Paint L)rushes. Kalsomine Brushes. Varnish Brushes.
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Ask to see our Adjustable Clothes Dryer, only $1,
W. M, LAWRENC1
Hardware and
Tinsmi thing.
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Carpels, Linoleum.1-, Floor    i
Cloth--, Blind*;, Wall Piip��-r.ftc
.Second     Hand     Furtiituia
i liought and St-la. , Waii'liouse i'or Stoiage of Furnilure at moiilhly rates.
Agent for Pianos, Organs, and Sewing Machines.
h.o"W"soit.
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FECIAL NOTICE!-:
ror-LOCTC-MlM-AKD-At, Si.   Andrew'.*, j rci'ivM-nt,   us   in   all   diaincls.    Gopil
chtil-ih, Iiiilia.i Head. N. W  T., at j -vnjye.-. anil .-le.-uly einp]o\ uienl.   Write
\\ p. m., April Kith, hy the'liev.  T. | H-, C'linou,   room ,10, Fail field l-Iock.
McAfee, Rev. Itoheit Charles   Pol- j Vancoiivei. IJ. U.
leu-k, of Ellishoro, N. W.-T., in Ger- I     A   scandalous'nir..ir    nci'tiried    at
irmli-, youiiK'-sl daught.i'i-of Chailes
Thomas ilillm-d, of New WeM-
iniiistcr.
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The gun cluh will inect touiorrow.
Trout Lake Ciiy lolsarc repi-ited  lo
he selling aclively.
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Ri>j,riT.i Pass Ja.**t, week, when ;i -njan
|)oiired I iirjieni ine over a ilojj and then
set lite to it.Q There was indignation
at lhi: P.n*s over Ihe iilFair.     ��
cillewaet, Field, Ho.-? real-;. ,
Keid & Young.���Xakcrp, Coma*
plix, Arrowhead, Craigellf.chic.
C, B. Hume i Co���Craigellachie,
Grinin Lake, Clanwilliam. Arrowhead, Comaplix, Glacier,
R. Howson.���Thomson''*: Landing,
,! Trout Lake. ���    -
Bourne Ero--'.���Smith Creek, Arrowhead,
!?,p^ Goods :to.:Ha.r,d.'i
  l'.xtra strono" Series for pants al $5, made to'/order.*���"',..'
]rir.st-c]i'iss Spring Suitings from ij.20 to $28.
II  N. Cum.der has  heen appoind d ; r,     , p    j, ' ���' ���
ivp.i'M.nt.iiivefoi- the Trade Budget, j     y^   .j^"   L,lwrtnco'.���Thomson's
a  leading roniiuemal   pap.-.- of  Van* , Landin        Hali'vou    Springs,    Fer-
louver, and M.n.cd out this week on a    KUEOn    .v'rrowhcsd Comaplix, ���
tour of the Kooi.'iiay.-��
A cliild  \vn�� run  oyer hy a hicyi-Ii.it
1 on Monday nhile on the sidewalk, and
-ihcicare g-ral (im.pl.iiiits al out. Lbe , L.|li( ,��� JJaj|1 s.iy��� ,���. N .^^ ,��� ,.���rort.t, (
mail t-ervice lo Troul I.,il:-\ , ; ,.,-,, |,y.|liw. ,.,K,,iMkL n,������ing liicycle> on j
Aid. Cnii'iie will he risked lo succeed . ihe .sidewalks without fear or faver. '
Mr. ICil|ia:i-ick.is mayor oilhi-city.      j     The D.nniiiion  Government, ii ill im
W. A. Moiris is making considei-ahle    uiedi.ilely is-ue patents for all 0. P. It
which will all now come ii'id.-i ihe ill).
iiiediute supervision of Mr. Diichesnay
WiJ.Ji-.ii view to helping out, Ihe C. P.
ft.   employes   who   have   families    at'
linger.-- P.ll-8,   GeiU'l'lll   Slipi-l'ir.l eildellt
Mai'pi.ile iiilend*. replacing ,ioine of  Ihe
single men  there hy   emploves   wiih
families so that there may  lur ciioiu;h I
children theie to warrant the govern-j
mcnlin t'-st.-ihlL-hiiig a school at  the ,
Piss.     , ' ,
C. P. II. emi'loyi"- ai'f* much ple.-iseil
Nakusp.     Craigellachie,    with Ihe action of lion. Mr. Blair, min-
ii,tei of railways and c-.inal?, in refusing
to enlerl'ain 111-' new rules and ii-gu-
1,-iLions wliich lh'- (ompany sought, to
have enforced, and which Ihe employes ;
say would have resulted"in li-nnhle, as'*1
they.-coil'-idei'ed ih^ pr-nposrd new
regulations unjust in sever.tl respects.
Tiie C.P.ll. lifts ord i- 'd the following (
eipiipinent :   Fifiy-live UO ton flit'ears; j
*,ix slaudaid fruit express, oil feel long,
equipped wilirsliiiidard steel platforms,
additions to  hi>   residence  on   George
fctrucL.
Gteal  sLock-lakin
lands and   will  Milimit  to  the Courts
the <i]iie*.lioi!   n>  to tlie-date when the
hai-fjain.-.  at   I he    company shall he  Iiahlo lo luxation im
Canada Drug & Book CV.'s.   Dot.'t mias i its lands.
the chance,
The   latest   New   Yoik    si.vies    for
Judge Fi rin having gone east on two
nioiith.*. leave of aliM'iice,   his  hrothcr,
l.'.dies lailored suits at Ciessinan'.-s ihe    P. Mi-L. F.nin has heen appointed ait.
iirl lailnr.
The liosslaud Miner suggests I hat
llio sen.-itor.-hip which is comi.ig to
Brili-.li Coltunhia he iiwaicled to Dr.
Sinclair of Uos.il.ind.
If you want .-iitistic, up-lo-dalc wall
|.npeiS al he.-t, prices see the Canada
Ding it Book Go's, wimples, They
haV*" the p.-tpi r.
It' Ihe l-.iilwav work goes nn a I Tintit
I-ake this season Capt. Iiouian and J.
A. Magee, who own the Steamer Victoria, will put her on a i egulnr run.
' The Terrenoir family passed ihrough'
on No. 2 yesterday on thcii way east;
Ihe injuries to ihe unfoi lunate hid
Fiuil, as the result of his mi.i.iap on
the railwaj track, having heah'd.
J. Guy Baiber i.i in a po.-ition  to do
first class optical work   at  fair  prii es.
���No necessity to wait till your eye-sinht
is ruined.   Call anil he fitted with suit-
uhle glasses.
Supet intendeiit ltohiiisnu, of the
ed uca I ion ilep,iitineiil,  visited  lle\ el-
An eight car haig'* i-* heing huilt. at
j the'e. P. Fi. .ihipvard at N.i!.u-*p.
1 Mr. Kilpatrick enter*, on his new
���' duties as .-.uperinteifdeiit. ��'f the miuin-
| lain divi-iou on tin; loth in*.!.
| The V. V. & K.' engineeis are en-
j gaged in the survey of' I heir pioposed
] line from the Bound.U'vUi the Coast.
I A magnificent 1.ridge of steel and
mas-miy is to he elected hy the C. P.
LI. oier the Kootenay riier near Nelson.
The   n ni i mil   convent ion of 1\ diwiiy
Trainmen   will   he." held at, St. P.iul'in
A Momant's Consideratiooi^
The oid}- difllcui.y"ii3 '5GkSr4--v-
ing your buit here is due to the ...
fact   that   ,wc   have .such   a
great variety. ' ' , <
U  you  want .a.fasluona.LIe.';
spring   suit   or   overcoat , wo
suggest-' a���look   at ��� oti-r new
goods. ���    ���,  ��    .- ;;;
Suits $18, $20, $22, tg.$86.-r-
Trousers ta $2, g,-8, to $10.
Ladies' High Cass Custom Tailoring? - , .   ;
Grossman, McKenzie Ave...
wujsximxMAsaamjatum.M.iL. 'im auan
Mr
iv, an'i :
1 the de!eg-iips will afterwards"
ing judge in hiu absence and   will   lake
the next  silting of  Lhc county court
'heie.i.
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A conference  helween  the fepn-sen*
tatiyes of the C. P. It. and Crow's Ne-it ; fn;i|--ij ;i  '(iur ���v,.inhe q p, 1{. WC!lt.
Coal Cunpiny w as held at ,��ir Willrid |   . Th.. j; Tu Ikm-Is oii tin- -,.(,\l:icl' f. ���   ,he
Lam n-i .- oliiie at Ottawa, with a view , .    ���   ,.      ,    ������ ������       r      ,i,���  ,,... ;,r
,.       ,.,���     ' .      .   . erection ot a  huililm^  for  the  u*-e of
ii ,-n ranging  the  dimcullies hetween     ,,,.'���,        ,   /-r.i ,.     /���������...-....,
" .       ,..,.,, > the bwi.-s "iiu'.'s at Glacier.    Larpen-
t he I wo (���onipaiiii'S, hut it fated. , . .   %   ���.
f ! i..i-.are now,at wor.; on improvenietits
It. is staled i hall he Crow'.-. Ncht Coal ! at Glacier House.
Company   have agreed to  a chiu.ie in ���     cj�� i ti r3 n c-t 11 J- Penser, who was in charge
steel tire.d wheels and C.P.R. standard \
trucks io ho huilt at IVrth shops ; two ' .
,.       ,     i    i  -n ,     n , i decorated,    lh-s music.il services were
weed huriHTs five slandard a)-ton ll.it : . , . ... .
,     ,, . i a special teal u re ot the occasion,
cars; six slandard haggagcand express j       ' , . ���        t
cars, 00 feet  long  wiih   standard steel j I'UlJ.SBYTl.l.iAN" CHUltC'II.  '
platforins ;  ten   Hot-class   coaches, Cm !     Tiiero was a   special   music.il,sen ice
feet long, equipped with' C'.LMt. stand- I on   'Easier   Sunday ��� when   tho  choir,
aid (3-wheel liuiks, Nland.ird steel plat-| under   tho   leadeidiip   of    Mr. Cook.
forms, Pullman   wide  vestibule*-, to he ��� sang tho anthem .-Consider the Lilies'
huill at the Hochehign shops. t     jll-(-   solo   part  being prettily rendered
 -*��  ! by   Mrs.   L-iwrcnce j   ids.)   the Eiytc'r
cIhii'uI," Victory." ,    ,
Lugfi  cciiigi'i'galifiti-i al tended both
'iiornimz and eveniua ��ci-\ice.s.
��� 'Tis Easy to Feel Good.
Countless Ihousands liavp found a
hles-'in'g tii the bodv in Dr. King's New-
Life Pills, which positively .cure Constipation,'Sick Headache, Dizziness,
Jaundice, Malaria, Fever and Ague
and all  Liver 'and Stomach  I roubles.
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II. How-inn is showing a fine- stock of
carpels which   l.e  has jmt imported
i-'inni'.-i;,.   n.i.i- nH������ ,.. .. umwiii       Conf uctiii'i'eiiser, w lin waMfi ciurrge    p...,.]..   vetretable :   never    cr pe or   .,,.                ,,     ,. ,                     i-    .   i
ii,,,i,   ,.i,..n���i-  i���,,..   i,,.f,,..,, iii,. P,.i,vin.      .   ,       '   ���             i'i           .11       T ,.     IUIM>    ui.'tl1'" ���           '     H' i Ihese are   hnglmh  goods  and   nclude
iheii   ih.i.te.. now   befo.e Hi. Iiomii- | nf u���, lr.lln ������ which was the boy fer-   lWl.nkl.ni     Onlv   25c.   at   ihe   Canada...     .mil  .... �� ..... ,..������ .mil  ,������,������.
,���; ,i r ,���,:. ,1.,,,,  i i.ii   i),..v ii-iiMi ! tin.           .           ��� ,               ���.,   .i           ��� i ...��   '                                       ��� ' , I ate   anu i.ipi^iij   tugs .11111  squiiio*.,
(i .1 l.egi-l,itui ���. lli.it iiu-j   win ni! tlie^, ,,pn,, ,-when he met with the -accident,    Dm" it Book (,'o's. sloie. ,           i     ,    ,���        r t>         i
demands of   the ,��� oi ince for coal and J  ia.   ,��� ul,   Ml|. ,.���.���,,���,, l.a:,,(.tlllI1  of ! U' '" ^ ^llJ^Jl^L.- aiu a gmul selection of Brussel,
coke   at   ruling   rat-s   in   piiu.ity  to i ��32-i i.. aiil ..f I he fiunilv.                          j          '    PUUDPUCQ      ��� J. 1'.   -McUoJ   lias opniie'lii cannv
I'll oris to the Uuil ed States. i     ,_. ��� \     ,'    r \  u,��� ri ],.,,�����  ,-,���-..:   1
1 , riie ri'MiIenli ot .5vintT..il havo pass-
���I:i  1000 the  Equitable   wrote   uiot ' ���d ., xM-,,lutimi at n mtblic uieetiug ad- I
new liii-ine_*.s than in 1S00, and tin- out- \ v.(lt.;ltj,,K -,,* (,|ip,,siiio;i line to the C P.
CHURCHES.
MSTllODMT CHt'i-CII.
There was an exceptionally good  at-
Lendaiiee al the Sunday bchonl on Hun-
sluro in A. JuliiiSDii'a block on 8:cot.il
rjitect.
A. Stewart, of the lieuilstul..! Ci;ni
Faclory, r.'ports having taken ordeis
tu tlie extent of 8800 otrhis rcc :in
visit lo Kainloops.
\l: IJ. fjuiucx, tjunsiniili iind ma-
cliiiii.it, will he fuunil iit liiii npw
workdinp mer \\. 'M, J/iwrc.icn's
stute.
H.  A.   Brown is. Miowhig a fiuo'loi
t-loke this week and s[).'aks in highly \ It-- ��� 1-toke Piidiug iii-L on Wtdne.-id.iy
coinpliuientaiy teriui- of the condition night to consider the npplicalion nf
in which he found the ciiy school*, and J.ia. Cummings fi r a liien^e f,.i ihe
nf the woik of the tiu,-l.-.-.. ' Kit'iir*.   iioi'-l.   Feiuru*on.   The   appli-
The direr tors of the Nellie L. .witli a ' ��'��� "  "'''- pnr.ie.l. .Chief  In��p..i-ior
repi.'d for   Ihe   i.iemorv  ..I"  their  em- " Vi'iV'';""' Cmii-iii-i-im-i-   R-   Oordoii
ployes   which   i*   n.o.-*t   civdilabh*   ,�� _ niul O.'-T. N ���wman ult-iul..,!.
llieui,'   have   detei inim d   to   eiect    a   '   (:,,|,   Tr-icey,   ('.   I-..   of  V.incotiypr,
*rs
,i.
Mtaiiiln g assurance   was   neaily  sixiy- j j-.    t()   ,.���.,.,P,.t    ihe    Kootenay    and
five millions great.-r th-in in   IS'.VJ,  .-iiiil J rj.llliu] ,rj. liis-trict.-. with the Coast
yet its exi.e.iM-s w, iv not only  less in ^   ^   ^  ncourrf,d Ht t,,e   (]   . u^ whm .fc milll,)Pml lo7i   ,ErtC|,
P)(,;M.r.,on     but    ..l^nhitely    le^ m ���        G|i   ^ (|f   R���,,IS p,,,, ),ul dm | aiumdant'   was    presented    with    a
amount   than  ,;.   ISM.    D-.HI.1   clii.ni-, Q  p   R    ||!lici)iN   f>J.' t(,   ������,,    ,|.e!    ,cMmii
p.iidii. 1000aiiH)u.,iedtoSH,S0'),0o2 10.   (|,lin; .hl,!lJ.;1   ,() d iy with  * 01 y liitics 1    There was ii  special  imisii-.il s-rvice
The   L'cen^iiig   C.iiniiii.-sioners    fur   d'eiav. ; on .Sunday night when solos were ��ii!ig
Genera!     ttii-.eiitilende.nt     Marpolr- ''> by Mrs. Dent and  Mr. Allum,  and a j ,,t   flnliil.g   tackle,  ulnl   tiuglers .iVijui
p.-iM>��J   1 hnru-'i'  t'lia   ni'.iniug   o-i his,! violin duet was given by  Mi.-s Savage; siios, _ "'
1v.1v    to    M-mt'i 1'.      Siipeiiui'eiident    nnd Mr. Taylor.   acco:n|),'inied  on  the j     J.   E.   \Vuud iulenda occupy in,' per
DiiVlii---i !-. i.ud   T    Kilp.it' Lk accom  \ organ hy Mis. MTtJregnr. | son-illy   ihe   now   sluro   which  he'ha*
p-mied him ei-t. I     The church was nic-ly decorated   for   erected on Ki1.1i, .Sireet.
The N..1-..1.   Vli.-.c:' *,iv*   Ihe   Lardo ��� f-.a'-ter.   The   service in" ll.u  morning I      l.'"'.    McLean    is   removing   to 111.
,n,M-.dm.-t .-n-ni'leLi'd:'   The C. P. U. ! included   11   special    addiess    to    the,'��llii'0   formerly   occupied    by   J.'  M.
Uf-.illin-  ii.-  by romr.ict silmig the1 children hy U'ev. S.J. Thompson,  and } Scoli,   o|-pustle   the   Koi.TCX.w Man,
inommient to John Doheity  who  was   ��.,mii|iI-ii-d his ex iniiuaiion of the (.j,y   line or the Lm-.l.t r.iili-mil. and qu.inn- ; in Ihe evening the reverend gentleman j "llice,.
killed at lhc Nellie L. mine l,i-t year.    . vv.iier anil elect lie light nl.mt-- on Mon-    tie>of i.iii- !i ���>��������� ''���
returned ye.ite.rday I10111 Ins fortnight
If. B.  ST0NEX,
Gunsmith and  ,     ^
.  Machinist. .   *
Over Lawrence's- Hardware Storey.
REVELSTOKE. .*��������/?!
All classes of,j-cpair and machinist"
work promptly attended to,    -   -rJ
���1 , 1 lU       * 1
The Very Latest Styles
in  li.iUin'ary and novelties/	
in hclts, fancy..-combs and
pins can now be purchased
at the      "    . " .���>���.=���'--.. -':���  'J
Madison Millinery Parlors..,
Missp.s Shspard & Bell, ',   ' '      '
������   v
McKenslo Avonua, Revc.l6tQkew..
1 In
day and l��-ft   for  I'm:  coa-t   lh.il   dny,
The Limber is, being |iul on
ground foi additions lo II. N.C.iui'.-*ier'* , II ��� will repm t .1- to ihe l��e-.t meihods
re.-idence on Front street, Mr. Cotii'.-irr of m-iking t In* services ihorouahly ef-
having decided on making Iteii-l.-.tii'-.e f- ctive. and 1 In- cn>t of -.1111", The re-
hU pt-nnaiieiii. |il.ice of re.-ideuie. Th** ' p >rt -lu'iihl be in f.n-next w eek's meet-
ground*, are al.-o being much impiox ��� d     ing ->f ihe cily <im-n-:I.
A coiiipliiueiit.il >'   lniiw|-iet   wil   he \ L   11 iV��   monlli'y   m-eiing  of   No.'J
t.'Dileied lo Mr. E. J. Diicl.e*nay ni pjIL, f], Ij-ik].., In Id mi Tue-d iy, l hree
Hotel Ilevel.-toke, on Monday, Apiil ,ipp|iciili"iti-( for niciiib-r.-hip weie
1
h iv,- .liredlv heen  deliver- ' pieached 011 the resiirnjclion of Chri.-t.'.      ^-    ^- , ^'j'e,   of  J. Ciuy Uarher^
j S&AM-ATl.).v.utMY. jwaichniakitig   and    jewelry   business,
The lamest "-nip ,-i'hi ir,   the   White       There will he a co'lfee  social  0:1  Sat.
Iy   trip  uf  w-.ileli   inspection over'the 1
Surlin-i-Ueliic. In- I -1 laiinclicd at   m,rli(y ���iKin. and a special  n.eeling on   (< p_ ],_ ,;       wljen j.j0  WMlol|ei. lVm,
IJ..ir���.i.   M'.ie !m- nine d,.(ks .....I  wnl ��� .sinifl.-iy ni^ht. wIii-ii Ciipt- Wlif��i-a -Lnd I insptjcu-d.      Mr.    Durhcr  coiers   the
'������"''���y -''j;i  l> """'-    H.-r lonnasce    r,it.,���. UclJ^r will f-in-wrll. ��� ;s,;C,i,in   fmm   Sicnmotis   to   Field fur
111
ii  t!i :t  of the Great
"ah.    Those   wi-hiug  to' a ti end   iiiav ',,,., ,-,|,i,.,|.   Chiei-Mcr,-)!!) i> ported hue. j M inagei- Whyt.; 0.1  S.oi.hiv.    II-  w.i-
irocilie-liikel-   until   S.lluid.iy,   Aptil     j.,j. |,'sled   (he   11.v   alarm   hoxe*-, with    accnriip.iin. d iy        M-.p.-i tn'e||.|enl
I In- re
I'Jih, from   M'-'i'-.   Temple,   Iti.-teeu
Mol-Oll,     liilp.lll icKi      New III-11      mid     ,in^    j.t,       Jt    u,-.-,    ilei-hleil    lo   hold a
iJjwnie. pr.'u lice nu the *n orul and I'.kii l!i Tiles-
A ini-piiiit ocrtil"'-d in Ihearlii i" on d,��j ot e.i'-h nioiith at "���:���.(> p.m.
the P.nadise mine tu hi-t is-uc The I a , , jiiinn u-.is^.-if. up nt. G.il.leii ;i-k-
la-t paragraph should have umiI: "Mr. I .^��� t,(il ,(,|)M(,i U'li-leeH in annul their
Iji-uce informe us Hun ihe drop in I-'"1 | .l(.7ion in discharging J. A. Dal.--., 1 it"
iiieaii-d lossofljll.i.fn. oryll a to" on Iu;.(] ,,,,,,,,,,. ,1,,,,,,,, TJ,,. ir�����i���*,.., ,-,..
III..- on- rhip|icd  llii- ������( a.*.on   I'loui   H"-' ; fUM ,j lo ,i,-, .,, ;,n,] 1 he m'.i'iLci'w,i^ then
I'ji'iidi-i' mine. .^
The Mnlsou* UinU In- 're
L-i'ivcil Mib-*cri| li- n li-t-- ,i" "i<l of Ih-
'Canadian A-sociatimi for I lie pre
vention "f lu'ii-rculc-i-. Mc J. U |tiu*t
MoNiui will be glad lo receive ni'.-
bcriptiori'- from lho-e de-il(UH of slip-
polling th'" iihj'Tt.
T.-ndei's ai-e invited in 1 astern firm 11-
ci.il pa pel" I'd the STCJ.CO of (|.-bell tores
liow being i>-ticd by Ihe. cily lo acquire
Ihe' wai.i-1- and   light  works.    T-n'di-rs
i- io.:;ui nidii'
V, 1-a ei ii.
(ier.ei il S'lperilil. 1 'lent.  M:i''po|e   re-
turned from hi' II ni >.hi, w nil G-'iiei.-il
W.|N
t
ill Hint only two of them would    Unch��-n 11, Iin-'i i"'"- ;.���'-.,!-'.-' C.MijI.'.e,
.iin'i Mr, Kilp.0 1.  *.
\',inco-n-'i 1'   ,'.   ���''.   1 -<"���''-     1 p'-'-ing
I lie \". V, ,'j j; .  '.a   v nn !;  .J 1 -i   11 iii -i-
h;iei''"-!;'.l,  ���-, ir ' * , 'in ''.'d   iho  if'he I
p���id is   li.;:::   :'   -n':   -'���!-������'.' r'<    V n;.
("ri-i-. er and   -. 'ii     a   t:- -.
-,1 tith -id '  ������ f  !h '   I'i .-
ill.iin lei 11...'.'I-, 1.    I'-.fi
Th';   C   1'.  i;    ������  *
."<(",ll*iori    fit.'ii    M-a M-
sT. im; n;uH.
wiiu-li   inspection   having thus ulloted
1
At  St.   IVler'-t   on   Jvisler .-junday j 'f' Id'" tlie longest section of tho C  P.
i.'i eliurch win pri'itilydec.ir.iled with ; H.    Ii��".      'i'lai   lulOMt   report 011 1,1m
film1,, worlc was one of tin: beat uu the
1
tlo-vei,   nnd   excellent   nuiiio wuA ten
leted hv the   choir, llio  ladies appeal. I system.
11,g   1 i\iirplir:cis   and   11101 tar-l " mis. |     J. d'ny IJurbei'   lias iinporleil a first
L.i:
corigregiill a.i   Hllcii'Jt-iJ
-.('I l 1' (Js.
At   liif
.intui 11   w*l ry   iiieeling 011
,1
(.'y   o'i   1 h>'
',  in i��iii-/ ii*
li'.a 11.
wdl close  00   the  2C11)   and   ought   lo{cei-faiui.l..'itt,'i'.-, and the   on..l.-ler  loo
b'.'.ga'irood   puce, as.he City"!'   It-V*. | .'Xpiessed    bis    cial.ilicaliou,    atVlhi
t.i-.,ik('ai7.r-^'"!,;<,nhl'^'1'^ (jivmki*'1 !r,",'n''f,(k""jv,^ll<,,i"'Mt.:,i !'��;'���^"���,
I'.-fci red lo Mr. Koliinsun, -ecri-biiy I'm
cdui'.iiiou. w im w,i-nu a   visit to  (/oh
''d-n ia-t   week,   and   who   replied   ihat    Col'imbia   in   Jm
them.il.er  was nne  entirely   for   the    vector-, a <J r-1 ..iy
.s to deal wiih. , iry   of   in1 ; l'1"
r   ,1       v it'    .    ' sourcrs of ill"  ���'���   ''
Al Ia-t. iiieelmtr   nf   lh>'   >e-,v   Wi'*t<
iiiiii-ter  cily   council   Aid,   Drown   le-
prilled veil)��illy that,   as   r-(jue^|,.-d   by
i-r'uincil. he had 1 iniiiiiuiiicaleil \o Ifnn,
W. C. Wells, ih- rc-oliiiiiui  ihankiiur
1 he-Chief ('(iiiiiiii-siniier nf f,11 nils  and,
WbrlPi-for  bis   prompt.1 ii'lteiitioii. to
'on
A
IS
.. t    ���
r. 1
���"- 'I"
\1 ni'l.iy   uiyhi,   th'1,   \'icitr   pre>idiog,
tie- t'c.i^uiei's 1 fji'M l -* sh'j'-i cii receipt..*,
.-ri'Jil l')i,   .md   1 'peiidhine :",I0U <?.).
Tie-   Vicar,!-,/,"   Fund   -ihcwed   receipts
for .-J'J'I. due To li-iiii: .^l^'J ;   expendi
:���;���.���     ^j't'O.        The   follow iug   dull:-
.-ilc-,   to   iI.i;   iJ;o'(.viu   synod    vicre
iiiiiiih   ripf.oitited :      II.   (.Joid-ui,   ii.   Iluni-
1. io lo'. n ".isti'i u in  -phi')*, C, If  Temple;   nlicrnates J, I).
l.i.oiMli'e oppoitun.    riihhuld m-.'I  C. It. I'agct.     H. Ciordon
iiiiner.il   ic     w,f   iip[i'ii.-it'"l   vicar's   warden and T
sourcrs (.1  iu- .'���   ". ' M.  fJ-do-r   ;.ci[.li-'".   v.aidcn. aiid (J. i I.
The Nel.on Tii'-'iimih:    C, R I!     Tempi-,   J'    H-.'-i. A.   A. (Jl.n Iv. (.}
engine    >*���    -J";   i.n    . .v i .���    fiom    lie-    N-��"-".   (-     ''���     'mmw  ,���..,'.' C.  1 i"h en
���,,,,,,]  |,,,u,r.   ,,���d    cu:," !M ��,i��.fi��� Ih"' sid-smen,       The  '. lc.11 'i   s.,l,,y is l��� be
When il.-'c.'.i.ie -a "I'l-aiie.! up    r.m.'.l lu.-.'lO') ��� m.im!,.   II   .J   Hotline.
joth ' elass   case nt   optician'-, testing inslru-
i men 1*, 11 ni I   iidjii-iiiiienls, by  uliich tlm
sinallost   icfrnctioiis of  the human eye
1 cm be iivci'taincd   and glasses provid-
led   i'-ii-   ihe,  adjustment (hereof.    Mr.
Uui-l 1.r  is  making  a"specialty of this
pit
ihr
biaiich of his lui^incs.?,"
Jjb Couldn't Have Stood li
If he'd   had   Itching  Piles,    Tliey'io
l"i'i Ihly annul ing;  but Duclilen's  Arnica Halve will cuii' the worst ca ������ of
pile.* on em Ih. It h:i*i cured thou ���,-)' ���'���,
For I njtii ie.��, I'ainsor IJudily Ivr.iplionn
, ii'?. 1 lie be-l ''/i|\-e in tin-  world.    Prii e
I 'Jr') ���. a box.   Cuie guaraiilei-il. 'Hold hy
! Cauad 1 llrug ic llook Co.
james mm\m
BLACKSMITH & CARRIAGE
BUILDER.   ,
fJest Chatham   ^',-igons,   hdivery,
Wagons     (huavy '' and ' light j,". -
lhtguies",    l'loughs,     HafroW,'^'
and Cultivators. ' " '"'' '���
REVELSTOKE.   -
���* .'   .     1
Alf Mendolino,
Boot and--Shoe laker; ���
Corner of .-.cjond St., & Vlclurla ItoniJ.   ���
Boots Made to Order.
'1
Repairs Promptly Executed,
Prices    Defy    Competition.
Il   wa-.   1 -.pri t"d   that," II.   Ii.niard
GUY BARBER,
Watches, Clocks,
Jewellery- .ipidl'Sil-
vorwaro,   ���''    : ^""'
Eogagemeot Blags a SpeciaUy,
C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR '
Revelstoke Station; B;C,
Firewood.
3
i'\r-f    ���-   s
Irin;v.-uod fruJii the I'rciL^oliinswi
11,,���(!',.   hid    >..���.���!���   :.-lr (.|..|.: ������d    T.    Oo'.i.iie   mid    li     llm.ipiu^   ��('-'' _ 	
.,*. ���-..noli   n-i iii"ie"' iv im --uilici.-iifsieaui   ���"' ppoiiiifd,: o :w��lici i. subscriptions for ��< ! would sian .i.-d.-iy wii h his boat for thi- > Company'*;  mill, snppliccf at |a per
afier
the    In e-i   v. ere   lit, (nf .'.vi'lil
n il m n'.vn nceuiinf'.
Ih
ne-.v org-iii.
Or-
1 Wx Rend, ihir-ijal.ing in.the Hot' sup.'.I'co'rd.��� prompt caalT"w3tlt/^"t;icr.
,.ii,��,.r -',,,"'^;\?-\Vi.:.1 iJ��!rii*/vVi,-^..V.,��  Jcrs "W '?��^ft at tlicjniitP^ccor
A   New   York, telegram -ttv's tlfnt 11 ]{\��\i    Mail''was   : .ce'ebrlilod   .for    (yi >j.M.|.h.creek. as ly.'U a-, sui'ipljvj) ('(^ |at I1J.y )4rt*,:|i   -     ,-;.-''-��� ;������-; .7-.S.7.
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