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 ffr'tttoUl Ub������������ry  ">'     '!,,,  K .  ������rV     * <���������<"��������� ,11* ^*-*������������������**-<  "'.">  '(  i1  Vol., 12.���������No. 1  RBVBLSTOKE. B. C", APRIL 1, 1905  $2.00 Per Year.  :f(  .Hi  J'I  iff  rv  m   ;  tj   ���������'.  We carry the largest stock of Dry Goods in the  ��������� ���������   '       ' VKootenays.       -<        ���������        '  "New Spring Goods^  ELEVEN   YEARS   OF    PROGRESS  Gleanings'-from the Best European Markets,  as well as from our Canadian manufacturers1.  i  Li' ���������  Ll,   A  [ ti  Our 25 Per Cent. Gash Discount Sale  on all Winter Dress Goods is still on.    Only  a lew days longer. , , '  Men's .Furnishings  Snowflake Featherweight"'Hard Hau  ,  \       (   ". "Shirts. s���������; ..  The very latest in Soft Front Shirts in.  New and Neat Patterns.    See our window.  Revelstoke  Old   and   New���������Kootenay  Mail Celebrates Eleventh Birthday.  ,   WE CARRY A FULL STOCK OF  Dress Making Department  Now'on the ground floor un'der.management ' , ���������  of Miss Gouyh:    Satisfaction guaranteed. ,  Lawrence & Taggart,  SrccfEKis.Lc W. J. Gccige.'. . t-   .',  ���������With'this issue'Ihe'KooTFXAY Mail  celebrates the eleventh anniversary of  its publication, having seen the light  in April 189'J. Revelstoke has always  1 i:tcl the icputiition of being ago-ahead  city unci from the earliest days, oi its  historj its citizens fwerc ever to the  front in any* movement,that tended'to  advance the best interests' of the city  that was to be.,, '  IIAltl.V INCII)i:.VTS. a  ThcMAii/has, like every pioneer,  seen its vicissitudes, and when it made  its fitst appearance the in'Uigiiratiou  of a printing press in Revelstoke 'Was  due to the entetprise of the business  men of the town. They 'formed a  company, engaged ^ an ' editor ii'id  manager, sent liitu to {iujclm.se the  plant aiid staited the paper.'     A good  Mail Publishing Company, Limited,  the' present proprietors, who have  ctt'ected great impiovements to the  newspaper .and general printing  plant.      ��������� , ��������� ' ''  tjii: J'UTUin:.  The Mail Company aie determined  to keep'pace with the 'growth of 'the  city and district and are, increasing  the capital of the company with, a  view to 'erecting a brick "\ building  suitable for' an up-to-date printing  bflice while it is' proposed to still  further incieasc the plant and add  new brnnchco to- the business ��������� which  its growth demands, thus making it  one of the most important industrial  enteral ises in the interior.'  We believe Revelstoke has reason to  be pioiul of the Kooti:.vay   Mail 'and  Groceries, Fruits  and Vegetables  ONION SETS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS.  GARDEN TOOLS. '       COOKERY UTENSILS.  &���������  .Mail '  -Order  Dept.  G?feH������i&  LIMITED.  Write  For  ".Samples  V.lfl-  *���������<,-������.*, ;v,i, k?t&& to' sr -������������������  BOURNE' Bros.  <"' McKENZIE'AVE., "' '' '   REVELSTOKE. '   ���������  ,,      Agents for McGlaiy's Stoves and Ranges.       '  G39st  FROXT STREET  REV 12LSTOKE   LS94 ������  h  j.i  [t  ������  1 f  h  K     V.  LC v  :,i:<^  GOOD  irLOTHES  pw ^������-     >3 I I Ltd  Ymicinw 11 ell oft" hand  what it i? that impaits  to "Clotlus''_that much  dcsiied -element called  stjle You iccognise it  when jou see it, and  ��������� often ^ondei why it is  that a gaiment made  by one tailor has so  much moie snap iind  expiession about it-  th.in the same ' style  gni merit made by another. Clothes cannot  be made by guess woik.  The men who design  and make our garments  are high-salaried experts. Come in and let  us talk business to you.  newspaper too they got out. Messrs.  <F-.������ B. Wells, J. -Abr.ihamson, \V. M.  Brown, AV. Cowan, and H N. Coursier  were the first diieciors 'of the Mail.  Tt is considered th.it to a frontiei  newspaper a ���������- fighting editor h a  necessity���������at^its inauguration at all  events���������but tffe diiectors of the M ul  wished to be economical in that respect and in engaging the services of  G. W. Xorthey they found they had  secured ,  i , riGirrixa lih-iok,  city editor, reporter, manager, &c. all  in one.     Differences arose and the re-  its well-equipped printing plant, and  that the paper is doing much excellent  woik for the; city and district, as we  are daily in receipt of .the.0 most  pleasing evidences of the manner' in  which this paper is appreciated in all  quarters to which its widespread  circulation extends.  ouk riiisr issiii:', ' -  . Several leading firms of the city of  today weie in evidence in our first  issue, for the advcrtisingcolumns contain the notices of C B. Hume it Co  H. X. Coursier, F. McCaity, R. How-  son, J. D. Sibbald," Kootenay Lodge A.  , ft.  ,?_  Originators  fx  Grocery Dept  Your older is appreciated here,  large or small, we are in a  position to cater to your wants.  Have our man to call on you.  Dress Making and Millinery Departments  Up Stairs.  New Dry Goods.  A special line of White 'Wear  arranged on tables for easy  picking. Ladies nice white  cotton gowns, embroidery trimmed and nicely tucked, a regular $2.00 gown for $1.25. Ladies  drawers, nicely made, embroidery trimmed, regular $1.25 for  75c. Children's white dresses,  fit girls a to 7 years, $1.50  .'    dresses for 95c.  Get Your ^JOB WORK" Done at  the Kootenay Mail Office.  REVELSTOKE IX 1894.  lations between the editor and the  diiectors became strained. Then the  editor showed fight.' He shut the  directors out of the office, bolted the  doors, pitched into them in the various  issues of the paper, and only got the  worst of it when his enforced confinement with type and printers ink  made him feel dry, and the directois  seized the opportunity afforded by his  going out to get a drink to get  possession of their ow n office. They  appointed two of their number to ed t  the paper.  A I'KKIOD OK CKAXGi:.  It was not run to suit the ta"<te of  the fighting editor and he entered  suit, got judgment and made things  so interesting that the other directors  got "that tired feeling" over the newspaper business, " turned it over to  Messrs. Coursier and John Abraham-  son, who with the help ofJ. A. Smith,  then on the staff, ran it for a time.  Then it was purchased by B. R.  Atkins in 1896, and he, in partnership  with J. A. Smith, conducted it for two  or three years, when Mr. Smith retired from the firm and his place was  taken by B. R. Campbell, who even-,  tually.became sole proprietor. Mr.'  Campbell sold out again "in' 1901 to  the ��������� present^ t manager, who ' subsequently - organised  the - Kootenay.  V. and A. M , H. A. Brown, Abiaham  .-on Bio*, Guy'Barher, L A. Fret/,, F.  .rFra-er.' \V Cowan, Pourne Bios,. W.  M Blown, O. H. Allan, and F. B.  Wells, then trading as Gilker. and  Wells.  (Continued on Pa^o Two.)  ebzhs'  ������3 ���������s>y*s  Our Sarsaparilla purifies  the blood, strengthens the  stomach, restores the  appetite, calms the nerves,  improves the sleep, increases strength mid  completely overcomes  spring lassitude. $1.00 bottle,  Walter Bews, Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  ���������'       Next Humo's Block.'  "'   ' ,'���������'  Millais'   "Angelas'!   sold   for  $105,000.    You can. get a copy of it  ,for $10.    ' / "  -��������� '  There is only ONE Fit-Reform���������  , , just   as   there   is   only  one   genuine     '  ,''" HJlillais,'"Angelus."#        ''.."   :    '      ���������  r   1 \.       r V , % 1 ������, (    *  '  1    ,   '    V X "'������  '    . , . You can   buy   copies���������(s'o  others , *  tell you) "just like Fit-Reform"���������and^  ."just as good as Fit-Reform."       ,;��������� ,' ,   -"'  - ,   Fit-Reform means as- much in the  ' vocabulary of the well1 dressed man, as  1 "Millais means iu art. ,-'   <    ,  t  11  M  '1 .*  . 1  Only one Fit-Reform Wardrobe in this city  J. G: Macdonald, Revelstoke.  iras  J.BOU  REMONED TO  First St. West,   -  Fretz Block  ���������20 .per xent Discount' t&"^.  chases of Boots and Shoes, Rubbers, Hats and Caps,  Overalls, Mackinavvs, Ready-made Clothing, Men's Furnishings, etc., also on woman's, boy's and children's Boots  'and Rubbers.   .New lines just in stock.  t i  ���������    ,    t  HOMES    FURNISHED   ON   MONTHLY PAYMENT3.  Another Carload of Furniture just arrived.    Carpets, Linoleum3.  Oilcloths, etc.   Sewing Machines, Heintzman Pianos.  R. HOWSON & CO., FURNITURE DEALERS AND EMBALMERS.  The Revelstoke  Restaurant  ���������   ������MRS. H. J. HANBURY. ManiiKeress.  ���������i is now open for business.  First-Class'falSie"'""' :Privaie"Dining Boxes  Large;Diningroom for Banquets, Suppers, etc.  Furnished Rooms To Let  FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.  i THE KOOTENAY MAIL  fl..-  <��������� * .*  ,1 L'1  1*1  IRIEITTEIDSTOIKIIE   I3ST   1905.  ELEVEN YEARS OF PROGRESS  (Conliiiucil frri'ni P.iko 1 )  , Robt. Tapping was one of ' <*  , ti 10=51; i;aiu.y days kickers  in the fir it issue of the Mail 'is com-  ��������� plaining of the brewery stream flooding the town, and in the second issue  Mr. Tapping is announced as candidate for parliament.'  In looking through the old files of  the Mail it is .evident it( is to W.  Cowan mcne than anyone else that  Reve'stoke owed most of  its piogress,  when it was the'only telephone system  in the province outside the Coast  cities, and ho built the first steamer  to run on the Arrow Lakes between  Revelstoke i - and Robson, the old  Catamaian. t This "steamer was eventually converted to a dredge when the  growth, of traffic ��������� wan anted better  boats. ��������� "  The general .-stores of the city in  those days were conducted by C. B.  Hume and Co., Bourne Bros., H. N.  Coursier and J., D. Sibbald, while  Messrs Gilker and Wells conducted a  diy goods "a nd  fur  business.     R.   S.  GROUP OF'OLD TIMERS.  Top Row���������F. B  Wells, J Kirkup, II. X. Coursier.   ���������  Middle How���������W. F Teet/el. W. A. .lowettj C Abrah.imson.  Bottom Row���������T. L   Haig, J. Guy Barber  Birthday Greeting.  ��������� ������������������ t /  ELEVEN YEARS is not long *���������>   *s  [i ���������������f, n"������������������������  U< a encouragement but an incentive to  J������l in, the  history of  the gQ ^ and take  an��������� advantage  of  ^^ world, but in the build- tnese' improvements either in ma-  ing up of a business like ours���������ij it chinery or new ideas in commercial  has been made the most of��������� counts printing and stationery, as well as  rem much. <     - those'we initiated ourselves in order  These eleven years, have been that our customers might have the  wonderful in the advance that the full benefit of them, and" to-day���������  sciences have made in every direc- our "eleventh birthday in the print-  tion, but in none of them has greater ing and newspaper business���������finds  advancement been made than in the us fully equipped with every  art of printing, for in that time it facility, and in such a position as  has really grown from one stage to^to merit a continuance of the 'gen-  another till it is one of the'mar- erous ' jjatronage'which has been  vellous successes of the age. <    '������       graciously .extended to us, and in  No   little credit  is due  to'the many cases   continous   since   the  appreciative sympathy of our pat-.first birthday of our business.  <t  : ;    A Word\    *  To Our Friends  of Long Standing.  To Those'wHo' '   *  May not Have made' ,  Our Jlcfquaintance.  It, is ceitainly a prnilege as well llavin/\idopted everv   teal im-  as a pleasure to know that as yeais jjrovement ,md initiated manyoui-  go by we are constantly adding to seive5 0f ine greatest value to-the  our friends  those  who -appreciate art] we are jn ,a p0fcjtion to furnish  good work, and at ibis point in our  history it'seems especially   fitting  any kind of printing, to be used on  any kind of paper, equal to the  best in the world.    t  Our motto that only the best  that could be got,,from the copy  furnished is good enough for out  not onlv to meet the requirements CUbtomers,'has given us a standing  of our rapidlv growing trade, but ^.^ the busine3b men of Brltish  nut= us in a position to give every * . . .  job no matte'r how large or small, Columbia ot which we are justly  prompt attention. proud.  ���������>  to announce to those who have  been with us for all these years,  that we have increased our capacity  to that extent which will enable us  to Peterson's Hall. ���������   R.   Howson and  W. M-. Brown  "went for" each  other  EVENTS  OF'TlIi; DAY.'        ,f  Thompson's Landing,  now Beaton,  at the meeting and H. A.   Brown and> was up in arms about Revelstoke try  J. W.,Ha8kins were not exactly com-  plimentary to  one another, with ,the   posed calling^ public meeting to pro-   u iL.i ..   _..,<.:������������������    <���������������    n^;n.n.n    f������af.'    A   hnanil-.nl  wnH   bfiintr   acitatea  result that, on a motion to, adjourn  being put. and lost a third of those  present got up and walked out amidst  ing to mn the whole district and pro  test.'   Athospital 'was, being agitated-  for. ���������    Delight "is 'expressed   in   the  columns of the  paper  that  the first  in the e'ailier da\s of its history The  Hotel Victoria, which he established  and condu ted was regarded as the  finest hotel between1 Winnipeg and  the Coast He organised a bus line,  instituted a coal oil lighting system  for the town, ard    later was  the  pro  Wilson was the only tailor. H. A!  Brown ran the old Union Hotel, since  burned down. Abrahamson Bros, conducted the Central Hotel, the late  John Stone conducted the Stockholm  House, W. M. Brown the  old Colum-  were the butchers. Dr. McLean was  the onlv medical man for many miles  around! R Howson had the only  furniture business.  The Methodists had the only church  i.i charge of Rev. J. Turner.  KICKED THEN" AS NOW.  Revelstoke was as big a kicker then  a= now, for the inhabitants were up  against the Gold Commissioner and  Government Agent J. Kirkup, and a  long investigation was being held  \a-  moter  tow n. ard    later was  one  pro-; bia House, and W Cowan the Victoria , to charges made against him. with the  of   the   electric   lighting and ' Hotel and a wholesale liquor business. J result he was moved to RossUnd. One  water supply system.     He had a tele  phone s\stem working  in  Revelstoke  F.   Fraser   ran   a  dairv' and produce j.-ection   denounced   him   while     the  business. F. McCarty arid   Hull Bro-'. other upheld him and in the  midst of  i  '"if  5  J ��������� ').wj^j;  his trouble he was "caned" by _ hi6  admirers, for we read that C. F. Lind-  mark made the presentation and  speeches m-eie made by the late D.  Robinson. M. Davis, C. B. Hume, R.  Howson, W. Haskins and McMillan.  Revelstoke developed a penchant for  its curioub methods of calling meetings even in those early days for the  first issue^f the Mail reports a meeting concerning which the "chairman  himself did not know what the meeting was about and nobody knew who  convened it." The secretary of the  school biard <.refused to give up the  key of the building so the meeting  might be held, and it had  to  adjourn  COURT HOUSE, REVELSTOKE.  "upioarious cheering,   stamping   and  cut-calh."  ���������   STRUCK  OKI).  The mining resources of the district  were just then attracting attention,  and 0. Holten is reported as having  sunk a shaft down 35 feet at the Silver  Cup with the result he had developed  one foot of solid ore.  sign of spring was evident from &  patch of bare ground being visible.  The steamer Lytton was unable to run  any further th ,n the Green Slide on*  account of the ice. The Epworth  League existed then. '  THE MARCH OF PROGRESS.  What   changes  have   taken   place  Bince then ?  Some of the finest busi-  REVELSTOKE, SMELTER 18'Jt.  REVELSTOKE, WITH MT. BEGBIE IN DISTANCE. ' I'l  \ ���������*  THE KOOTENAYMAIL  ness blocks in the province have been  built here. There are nowhere neater  or more comfortable' and . prosperous  looking homes to be seen. The town  lias grown to' be one of the most  progressive and r prosperous cities of  , the west. Branch l railway systems  have been built in the south, palatial  steamers placed on the Arrow lakes,  new towns have grown up, new industries been established, the railway system has shown immense development,  hydraulic mining and stamp milling  plants have been established.) Arrowhead, Benton, Comaplix, Camborne,  Trout Lake,JC Ferguson and Nakusp  have;'grown into important'towns.  The lumber mills of the district have  a capacity of little short of half a  million feet a day.     Great' improve-  company made a formal request for a  contribution from the federal treasury  'of $6,400 per mile for sixty, miles,  which, added to the British .Columbia  subsidy, would make a nice little nest  egg if the Grand Trunk Pacific secures  the charter. "   ���������  Should this subsidy be granted, a  stipulation is to be insisted upon by  the British Columbia i members that  the Grand Trunk Pacific must commence constructions the British Columbia end simultaneously with, the  other sections.'. Some British Columbia members are very much annoyed  at the apparent breach of faith" on1 the  part of the Grand Trunk Pacific,, corn-  according to the current gossip on the  street, is rather an entertaining character. He is a tall, gaunt man, ,of  most erratic disposition. He has been  very well known for many years in the  east,'but his speculation in Canadian  Pacific,in 1902 is the most distinctive  thing he ever did.  A NEW SIGNALLING SYSTEM.  JVLanders, a C' P. R. conductor en  the Souris branch, has patented a new  device which is now being1 introduced.  It is a piece of heavy tin attached to a  rod which fits into the socket on'  the  PROVED BUTTER COLOR  WELLS,  RICHARDSON &  CO.'S   <    , ; -~~-���������~-  Gives the True Golden June ,Tint that' Guarantees Prize Butter.  . , ���������       ,       The Largestand Best Creameries and Dairies iii the World Use It.  LOOK FOR THE DANDELION TRADE MARK.     BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTES AND IMITATIONS.  ' AJCI.   XtniTOCMBITS   _AJ������r:D>   X>3EI__X.X3Z&S.  S������������������^eCC���������CCCCCCCCCC���������eCCC<S<i���������^e���������������������������^������������������6���������<*<E6���������^���������fe<Bfe������������������6fcfe������������������'  ,' ,i'."." ' -' % ���������������', i ~ <?wf������<���������*���������>,"! i"-ii"'  filC,'*?"1''���������,; ."-t.  FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.    '���������  STEAMER REVELSTOKE, Running between Revelstoke and Big Bend.  SKATING RINK", RKVELSTOKE.  ments have been effected in the tourist hotels and 'establishments'of the  Canadian Pacific Railway till now the  mountains around Revelstoke are .re-  garc'������d as-the world's grandest', play  -ground. -F.irst class,sanitariums have  been established at the hot springs on  the uppervArrow lake ', -Thousands of  men are employed., in mining in  Kootenay and Boundary where eleven  years'ago there''were not more'than  two or^three hundred. ��������� <  /The city has' a municipal owned  water and electric Irgnt^service, well-  formed strict.*, miles of sidewalks, new  buildings" continuously "in progress,  and many others projected. -  ; Mining development in i the stir-'  rounding coiritry never showed great-.  er activity. Comparative illustrations  in this issue give the convincing story  of progress as nothing else can,-and it  < must be pleasing to those old |_ timers  ,and- pioneers who inaugurated and  laid the foundations of (this' city to  look back on their work and feel "the  results have shown it. was well done.  f . On  Now is-the timeto'get your  wheels  fixed. Ste Wilkes about it.- He has  all the latest appliances to lix up your  wheel in first class shape.  ''" ���������  pany, as last year they'refrained from  moving an amendment to the con-  tract on receipt of a specific pledge  from Mr. Hays that the-interests of  British'Columbia would not be neglected,by. the company." It, was "on  the strength of Mr. Hay's letter the'  senate,_ rejected Mr. Macdonald's  amendmentJin "favor of construction  .being commenced in British Columbia,  this year. . t   .  ���������" <  CANADIAN   PACIFIC RAILWAY   j p    ���������      _      _     ���������    i  J. M. Levy A Great Believer in  ' its Stocks.  - The recent big advance in the stocks  of ,the Soo line 4and the continued  strength in the stocks of Canadian  Pacific are due largely to,the operations of .TefTersonM. Levy,' of Pine  street, New~ York. ,r <        < ^  Mr. Levy has been prominent in the  stocks ' f this-group for a long time.  He iscredite Tivith an intimate inside  knowledge of the facts  in  connection  engine or car.    The tin is painted the  desired color, and is used precisely   as  the old cloth flags were used.    ,It has  one great udvantage over the flag from  the fact that the standard is set at an  angle from the car, and as soon as the  train stops the flag swingsoutat right  angles and may be  seen   from  either  end of the train.  ; When   the train is  in motion it is held , back  by   the air,  pressure.     For use on,engines, where  either a green or white marker is used,,  a douhle one has been designed, ��������� cot -  sisting of two_flags on   one stai.daid.  These-a're hinged, and one side of each  is painted green': and   the   o'ther side  white.'    When it is desired to'change  the color of   the   marker,   all that is  necessary is to release a small key and  swing the little metal ��������� flags ' so   that  the reverse sides are together.     This  brings the other  color on the outside.  The white marker on   the 'engine indicates that the, train .is   an   extra  When a tniinjs being'si'iit thiiiugh in  ���������.evpral sections, the engine-, of-nil  of  the sections except thr lust mustca'riy  green marker.-. *  IT'S EASY ENTERTAINING  your friends when you can of-  ���������  |"  fer thenr a cup of refreshing  , It ,puts  everyone  in' the  best humor, and the'minutes  fly'quickly.      '    '     "   , >.... ' , .;   , ,.-_     ,, ,7   '"'  The Red Label is the most popular blend.  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought      t  s  Cash Prices Paia  F.   B.    WELLS,  Exporter of Fiirs.  ������m. Fleming,  ,    - i   ',    Wholeiale and Retail  > < 1  i v    ' i  ;, Meat lepehapt ,  i  Fish   and   Game   in    Season  First St.", Revelstoke..  PATENTS  * obtain fid in all r.n  Trademarks  and Copyrights   '  obtained in all countries*  ROWLAND ��������� BRITTAIN,'  ,    Registered Patent Attorney  ,Mechanical Attoriiey.and Engineer.  Room 3, Fairfield Mock, Granville St.. near P.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C. ,  ."���������A  postcard  will ^ecme un evening appoina  .- mont for thuiip wlin ciumnl cull during the day  JI OLSONS B'ANK.^\  IMPERIAL BANK J005.  IiMTKRIAL HANK   181)7.  RAILWAY  NEWS  THE GRAND TRUNK.  Mr. Sloan. M. P.. After Them.  Mr. Sloan was informed by Hon.  Mr. Kmmcrson that the government  liad no record of any information  that the G. T. P. had completed any  surveys for its line in British Columbia. It was the government's intention to urge the early construction  of the line in this section. '  Senator Templeman says in the  event of Brirish Columbia not being  fairly treated by 'the Grand Trunk  Pacific company, the government will  take steps to compel 'them to commence early construction on the  coast.  The general belief among British  Columbia members is the Giand  Trunk Pacific will secure the charter  of'the Pacific  Northern.    The latter  with these properties and generally a  move in the securities backed by him  is successful.' This one has been no  exception. It was carried on without  the slightest opposition from the inside party and in fact with their connivance.  The inside parties in both roads are  holding their stocks in expectation of  immense earnings through the spring  months, when the earnings of 1904  weie cut to pieces by the worst winter  Canada has met for years. , The net  earnings of Canadian ��������� Pacific in the  month of February are said to be put  down at an increase of thousands per  cent. Last year the month was a dead  loss, the road running behind on its  fixed charges some $300,000 owing to  the very bad winter. The.Soo line is  also looking forwaul with confidence  to the movement of traffic in great  volume in the early months of the  year as it too suffered very severely in  1901.  The Hon. Jefferson M. Levy, the  head and front of all the speculation  ���������   ON SHORE AND AFLOAT..  The C. P. E. telegraphs will put in  a new copper wire from Calgary to  Revelstoke and a new wire from here  to Sicamous.  C. P. R. stock went toloO^last  week, the highest on record.  A London'cable says there was a  lush to subscribe the Grand Trunk  Pacific .+10,000,000 ihrec per cent  bonds at 95, guaranteed by the Dominion Government.  The deal between the C. P. 11. and  the E. & N. Railway is off for the  present. The E. & X. officials were  reinstated. It is reported that a  difficulty has arisen over the ques-tion  of land taxation. The C. P. It. say  the deal has gone too far to be off  now.  Big Stock of Saddles, Handle Bars,  Pedals, Lamps, everything for the  wheel. Dunlop, M. & G., and Single  Tube Tires.  -^^/^^^^,<^^^^/^/^/^  "J  Do You Read  Revelstoke's  best  newspaper  The  KOOTENAY  MAIL?  i Yes ?  IMPERIAL BANK OP CANADA  Cnpitiil Authorized, 81.000,000.   Cnpitiil Puid Up, $3irtM������i.   Ke-l. jJ.fi������i,nO.  Head Office, Toronto, Ontakio.  Hrimcliu'. in the N'urthwost Torritorios. Mltrnlobu, Ontario iinil I^iiqIhy.  And   the following points  in   British   Columbia:    <"rnnhrr������i).. G'>I<iimi,  Nolton, Itovotsloko, Trout Luko, Vancouver ami Victoria.  gjK   T. It MniilU'l r, Proiiilont. D. ]{. Wm.mk, Vico-Pre-idcni and U'-nur.il Mnii.tcer.  5g3 IS. Hay, A&sisiiiiiliQoiiorul MimiiKor.    W. Movhat, fluff Iifpcctur  Revelstoke Branch, IJ. C.���������A General Hanking Business Transacted  Saving Dopurluiout���������Dupoiit-i itucunud and Imuru������l Allow..,!.  Drafts .sold available! in all parts ot Canada, Unitud State- and llurope.  cial attention irivon to collodions. A. K. Pnm-<. Slnnaicor  i Wholesale and Retail  .    .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage : ���������  ^^psBs^Calgary, Alberta  i    ' i  "ft  HHKa THE KOQTEKAY MAIL  ,. ,.a  XLbc lkootena\> flftail  '      PUIILISIIHI)   SATURDAY.  ���������y -at- '  . REVELSTOKE. B.C.,  $2.00   Por   .Annum  Subscription  ADVKIlTIrilN'G IIATKS . on application  CliniiKni' t'l standing mlvorll'-onu'.nts must,  be in l>v,!J a ">��������� WcHiic-il.iy of each wook lo  nreiiro'k'wul dl-nlny. istiindint,' ailvoiai-iijB  iimltoi' will be cli.itujeil twice n month with-  , - 'out extra cluukc !'<������' inoro f refluent  iilturailon* thu Umu'DcciMiiuu in iniikiuK  kriiig will ho charged iiliisiuil iHit'-.. ,  JOll I'RINTIXU promptly executed at reasonable rales.  TEHMS'-Cnili. Subscription-, payable, In ad  vancc..     < '   .  COHHI'rtl-'ON'DKXCK Invited   on'iiiiiIIoin of  nubile  iiilurcc!.   Communications lo  Kill;  lor  must'- lio accompanied   by ''mime  of  ' wilti!!1. not, noeo-arlly for publication, bin  "as evidence ofgoodTallli.   Correspondence  ' .should be brief. (. '  "Wo request oui> nuinoi'ous readers to  1       fnvon us with tholp assistance In  muliliiK' tho KOOTENAY MAIL, tlio  most vnlunblontlvoi'tlsliiK'iiiotllum  In  tho Kootciiiiys by  KlvliiK-   tho  - pi-ofoi'oiioo    wlion. inuklnK'    pui1-  clmsos   to   Uioso   firms  who   lire  '���������"poKuHwadvortlsoPH In tho KOOT'  ENAY MAIL..  D  R.  TIIK  M OK HI SON,  DKNTIST.  Ornei::       "  NEW"   LAWUKN'Ul':   ItLOCK,  ��������� MuKi'iiitli1 -\i in1.  TlQWAIUrA.  IIAUGICN,  Mining Knoinisisk,  e:  (Mom. American, Institute Mln iig Knglneei'!.)  ���������    (Mem. Canadian Mining   .' titule.)        <  '���������'   ��������� KEVKLSTOKE. 13. 0.   '  Examination of unci icports on llincial Pro-  , porlies ii Specially.'  H  ARVI2Y,rM(jOAKTER   '       -    -  ���������'AND PINKIIAM,  iiAUitis'nr its," solicitous, etc. .  Okfi'ci:s :    JIol'ons   Hank   Block,   Kr.via.  sroici:, li. (J.'  '.Money to loan. ' '     , , '  ,  Onlcc=:, ItevclHtoko, M. 0.; Port Steele, H. C.  ���������Gko.'S. 11cCaicti;u, '  A. M. I'i.viciiam.  ��������� Itcvel-toK-c. H. C.  J. A. ItAuvi:v,  Fori. Sioele, li. C,  J  OIIX- MANNING   SCOTT .13. A.'  L. L>. B.'      .'    ;  riAiimsTRit. Solicitok, Etc.    .'  ���������First Street.      '���������- Ki-vi'Ntoke,  13.U.  condition   of.' things which  every  well-wisher of the-city, must regret.  Wo.are quite satisfied  that if  the  citizen's,,would meet in a fair  and  unprejudiced , manner; they  could  reach- common   ground   in     this  matter us in any   other   of public  importance','  and   arrive   at a decision which should have the   support of one'and   all.'    H   is -that  cursed suspicion'that one section is  trying to get ahea'd of another that  -is   the   cause   of   all  the trouble.  No one disputes that ii tho station  can be placed on the south side of  ,the track without demoralising the  'railway4rallic connected' with tho  yard it should be done."    The railway odicials themselves will admit  that, and every'citizen   should   be  aljbvo tho narrow position of striving to have it in his own back-yard.  If the people'of   tlovelbloko   want  their town and district to  progress  as it should .the   first filing they  have to do , is . to   lcur.n to respect  each'other's opinion's and  pull  together instead of  fighting, like the  proverbial   Kilkenny ' cats.      Mon  profess to respect public'spirit, and  wc should   like   to   soo ' an effort  made to   put   that profession into  practice and regard-such questions  as a station site from, the  view  of  the public interest rather than from  a selfish,   narrow-minded   point of  view. ������������������ No town, or city over progressed   under r a - narrow-guage  policy.     The people of Revelstoke,  want to learn ,to pull together- and  help"each other as one man.    With  this view the sooner   certain   con-j  ditions that exist' are 'ended   the  better or it will become the duty of  the press and our public men to do  some   plain ��������� speakMiig    regarding  matters which may be temporarily  unpalatable to   some people 'but  which   it   is absolutely | necessary  should, be dealt with in - no uncertain manner if this,cityas  to  pull  loo-ether as it should in "the fut.ire.  STATION SITE.  C. P..R. Contends Railway Commissioners' Have no Control Over Question/  i <  1 * t  t ' i      '  Telegram   From   Mr.   Whyt'e.  ���������^belfcoofena^riftatl  SATURDAY, .APRIL '. 1905.  rifDAY.  VKNTH   CI  the   Kooi'EXAV  eveiiih anm'ver-  consider tit  OUI!   EU  A- 1I1U is.-ue uf  MAii.'mnik.- ill'"-*  sar\ of .this'jjapt-i we  o'hly due to ourselve-s thai -we  should .review^ the" story of the  ji,i-i \eui> and" the development  and progress of the city with which  the Mail has been so intimately  associated. The Mail has made  mistakes like most of,.it= contemporaries but it will he admitted by  ali that this paper h.i? xvoiked  loyally, and consistently to promote the best welfaie of the district  in exery'legitimato wax. We feel  ���������proud of the work the Mail has  done, and of the many compliments  .showered upon us and trust xve  may deserve them.  But it is not alone as; a. news-  papei the M.AIL stands out as part  of Revelstoke. . lie Mail oflice,  from the fact of its first-class print;  ing equipment 'is an important  factor in the industrial development oi the city and district. It is  a considerable employer oi labor,  ever stiivihg to keep in the lore-  iront of the business interests with  which it is associated, looking forward to 'netter ancl greater achievements. The Mail.has admittedly  done much to attract attention oi  investor? to Revelstoke. to spread  far and near reliable information  as to the resources of the district  and to seek to unite the people for  the createst good oi the greatest  number. We have sought to elevate the standard oi the press and  its' services to the public interests,  and xxe trust that in the years that  are before Us the Mail will continue to have the confidence and  goodwill of the best people of the  community among whom this  paper circulates, and the company  conducts its business.  We urge the citizens' to , roll up  we'll at the poll 'on Wednesday  next, April oih, in'support of the  ���������proposed loan of.,!i<15,000 for the  improvement of the water and light  system. These improvements' are  aii absolute necessity as the requirements oi the city have now  outgrown, the .jformcr plant, and  "thine should be a iina'nimou.-, vote  in favor nf ibe bylaw.' ,  LATE WAR NEWS  Japan Puts  a  High  Peace.  Price ��������� on  Czar Attempts Suicide.  .I.ipiiu'.- (lein.ind for nil hitl-mnity of  *$'iU.UU0.UUO to ctmchiile pence has  si.i^geieil R������is-ia.  Knroki h.i- turned ' toxuml tthe  noithxvi'.-t. and then." ii no longer any  climlit it i= his intention to invest  Vladivostok. '  Vice Admiral Rojestvensky is awaiting the arriv.il of the .-ecfiiid division  of the Rnitic s'luadrnti. and a= soon as  the junction is eti'ected the whole  -quadron will s.iil. The shins are in  excellent condition.and an abundance  of coal has been secured    '  It is reported the C/:ir. preferring  death-to further disgrace by losses at  the hands c>: the Japanese, attempted  suicide, wounding himself in the head,  and his further attempt was stopped  bv the Dowager Empress.  THE STATION QUESTION.  It is a matter of the greatest  regret that so much trouble should  have arisen in the city over' the  question of a station site, and that  it should have resulted in a renewal of the feud-upper town vcrsu3  lower town. The business men of  Revelstoke are not a pack of school  boys and should be able to meet  and discuss such manners dispassionately as business men;-in  a business way without fighting  over it, and becoming parties to a  MILLINERY  OPENING.  C.  B. Hume  & Companyt Ltd.  A bower of loveliness, is the, tfirm  ������-e heard one lady use in describing C.  B. Hume it Cos millinery parlors on  Wednesday evening, the result of Miss  Ward's annual display of millinery,  specially purchased by herself in the  eastern cities. We are indebted to  Miss Ward for the following information ��������� All. hats are ,to he much  smaller this season, the croxvn higher,  the brims narrower. Toques are to be  more popular than ever and fexver  bonnets xvill be seen. There xvill be a  large demand for a made-up hat composed entirely of chitf'on. Plateau  hats xvill once more be popular. Black  hat-, xvill be much trimmed with  ribbon and feathers. Flowers, foliage.  Crinoline strnxv, mohair, faille, tulle  and chiffon are to be'the materials.  Colors xvill be soft greens, opheha, all  shades of brown and the new copper.  - Ombrie ribbons, picot edge ribbon,  and sequin bandings are to be used in  the Hpring confection. ,  Reid and Young.  Miss Shook succeeded in making a  most attractive display of picture  hats, polo and boat tunstnns and the  many pretty ideas in the season's  millinery fashions.    '  The xveok hits been a pretty hot one  over the question of ,.tho site for tho,  newstatio'n. - On Monday tho Mayor  was invited to attend,a meeting at 0.  S. McCiutcr's Sllicc, when ho was  given to uiulorstand^io must1 not go  to Ottawa as representing ,the city.  Mr. Brown ulVorcil to Uke the countor  petition and present, that also/ but,  this oll'or was declined and he loft  Tiiaklay with tho lirst petition, '    -���������  The counter petition, asking that  the station remain xvh'oro it^ is,, rather  than that it bo- shifted any groat  distance'oast or west of 'tho present  "site, wiih largely signed. , Advice xvns-  sent (he Railway Commissioners that  such a petition was being forwarded  and asking thorn to wait its presentation before considering tho petition  presented ,by the Mayor. ,   '    /  Mr. Why to .wired from Winnipeg to  Mr, Coursier, as'secretary of tho fleeting, advising that an amicable agreement be arrived' at as to, the site of  tho .station'without referring it to the  Railxvay Commissioners, but no action  ���������has been taken on the telegram.,  The C. J'. R. ollicials, hoxvever. contend the site of the "new station is  practically the one already in existence, and that the B.ailway Commissioners have no authority- to  interfere as tlicy would in the case of  an entirely different site, being selected,  so it is probable the company xvill. go  ahead with the station-as originally  intended, though' there are also reports that the effect of the agitation  will'be to bang up' the proposed nexv  station and yard impiovements 'altogether and to -leave Revelstoke without a decent station for some years as  happened at Vancouver and Golden.  This decision would be a matter of the  Hi eatest regret because the ,city has  been building largely on il'ic projected  railway improvements proposed by the  C. 1'. K. with its proposed large expenditures 'iird most people" '.are  anxious to see the xvork go ahead. ,  wiiii:,i'iiom'.mk. wmytk.(  The following xx-as the 'telegram re-  ci'ixv.i fioni .Mr. Whytc:- "'Ri.-peeling your nic-sage "2-ltb thou: s practically no chain:!'-" in the location uf  .station from (pio-i nt premises.' ' and  ��������� while must anxious to give weight to  the xvNhes of citizen.- there is no, mine  conv iiient lnc.ttion elscwhcrr that I  knoix-of.1 Would-'suggest that .you  kindly direct movers in the matter (of  petitioning Board of" Railway Commissioners to consult with Stipt.  Kil pa trick, who will .discuss tho matter freely with them. J consider that  the citizen- might fully diacuss matter  with us- bofoie bothering " .Railway  Commis-iiMier.-."  r.r.-iTHi: i ko.m ilxiiaxav co.m.miSsioxi'ks  Thi morning the' folloxving letter  xx.is leci-ixed from sccietary to the  Railway Commissioners : "T beg to  acknowledge the receipt of your telegram of the 21th hist., stating that  the citizens of'Revelstoke.,B. C, confirm protest sent through Kootenay  Member against the Canadian Pacific  Railxvay .Company's erecting depot  north.of track. l  j T beg to,state that 'the Company  I has been communicated with, and  j that notice oi your protest has been  j furnished to them, al.-o they have been  i asked to state by xvhat authority they  jare proceeding. As soon as their  ' reply is received 1 xvill forxvard same  I to y6u.''  HORRIBLE DEATH  Engineer Pinioned by  Heavy  Engine in Creek Bed. ,  "Choiialis, Wash.���������William, ^owry,  engii.ccr on u donkey engine,' met a  most horrible death. He was moving  tlio engine across a'-bridge' when a  stringer gave way and, < the engine  overturned intoHhc stream in five feet  of water, -       ��������� ������������������  Lowry ivas caught in such a way  that his feet were toward tho bank  and his head downstream. The boiler  had oauglitiihim across the back and  pinioned him so that'despite all efforts  to reloiis-c him he . had to lie there,  smuggling and writhing in pain,from  11 o'clock until 2, before ho died,  Loxvry begged vainly for bystanders to  release liim so that, ho might drown  himself and end his suffering. '  HENRY'S NURSERIES  ,    '     '  NEW CHOP .    ' ���������  ILOMIJ GROWN  AND IMPORTED  Garden,'Field and Flower;Seeds  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT  AND ORNAMI3NTAL TI4I2KS \  , itirobomsNDRoN.s,  ltosus,, ciniois.v-  ��������� IIOU.S I! AND  HA III IV  I'LANTS"  '  ,for Spring planting.   '  Cut Flowers, Floral .Designs, etc.  BRI3 HIV EOS ANDJSUPPLII3S.     ,  '    ''  FI2RTILISURS. ' '  Eastern prices or leis    White'labor.  Oataloguo iVoe.  ,  Buy Direct���������Save' Agent's Commission  ;iyi. J.��������� HENRY,  H010 Wi'stnnn-Mei' Road  VANCOUVIOR,       -.,,-'     Jl.'O.,,  RAILWAY WRECK  C.'P.  R. Extra Derailed, and  '   ������������������ Passengers Injured.  On Thursday a colonist, cxtia",consisting of txve'lve .coaches and a van,  became derailed xvest ,of Drydon- by a  broken rail. Might coaches wore derailed.-.'Several paisongcrs were'/nit  and bruised.       ' .     '  Kootonny.LodKe No. 15A, F, & A.M. ,  Tliu riiRiilar nieot-  liiK������ i������'u Iki1'1 '" tho  MnHonlo Tcinplo,  jrtdKolloxvB Hull, on  tlioUilnl -Moiuliiyin  (.���������noli inontli at o  p.m. Vihiliii!?bi'ctli-  roii couiliilly xvol-  coined. {  ' i ''  C. A. PROOUNIICIt, SltOKId'A     ,  \V. W.KOSTKH, N.O,  LODGE. NO  12.1. O. O. F.  AtuetH ovory Tncfidnr  ux-oniiiB In / Selkirk  Hull lit 8, o'clock.'  VlBlLiiiK lirolliron cor-  cllally Invited, to at-  lond.  i. MATniE. Sica '  C, P. R. BRIDGE  Collapsed���������Twenty-one  Bents  Carried'Away.  'Winnipeg, March .TO.���������According>to  reports received l>y Gon..Supt. 0. .1.  'Hurry of the Canadian Pacific Railway  twciity-one'1 bents of the compah'y'.s  forty-bent bridge over the South Sas'-  katchowan river at Saskatoon, N.'W.  T., were carried away yesterday: The  ice jam which carried away the struo;  ture'xvas> one of the woist iir^tlic history of tlie stream. ' , !  ���������������������������*  ,  THE NEW CHURCH.      \  ��������� i  .. A'mooting was ho'.d at.Selkirk Hall  his't night'to organise the nexv Presbyterian congregation, Rev. C. W.  Whytc, Moderator of Presbytery, pre-'  siding. It was resolved, as this was  th'c-IOutli anniversary of .Tolin K'nox,  to'call tl'C noxv, church K'nox Cluirch:  The f.illoxxing boaid uf management'  win I'.ppumtid:' W., M.'Laxvrence. DJ  ^rl Rao d. M. Clark. T. Lewis, T. A.1  Lewis., I). 'Mcl'biiddnn. with nhrcCj  others to bc.added."- W. M. Laxvrcnce  was appointed chairman,   J).  M.Rac  1  20th CENTURY  BUSINESS COLLEGE |  ��������� vicToitiAi \i. C ,;-   ���������  SHOIlTliANDI  TV PIS WHITING  , TI3LEGRAPIIV        ;.    :K,  .-BOOICrCBEPfiVfi    ���������     -  ARITHMKTIO,      ,  'P13NJ1ANSIIIP, Uto.     ,  '  A thorough J3u3iness Training.  , Ai'i'atiK'uni'iits for.linardinf;'  ���������' Oanadian pupils.  NORTON PRINT/,, Principal.  Revelstoke Con expending Sec.  0. S, Dunt,  -     .   - '       (B3   "Hud INsu Diih'rco muiiW muciIikI mid  fourth  TiiOHluy������ of cauli mniiLli: Wlillu lioio Doirrao  incuts 'I hiril Tuesday of uucli riiiui'ler, In Odd  fcllow'H Hull.   VWlliii; brotlircii xvulooniu.  ���������'" II, COniCI!. . ' T. MAIIT,  ricniilcnl.    ���������, Sooiotnrjv  J.    SAMSON  Painter, - Paperlianger, Signwritep  , '''      ICALSOMINING,' DON 14.  '   Order's receive prompt attention:     ,  Second 'Street, '    - ''  UFVELSTOKIi:  When'You Want  -Brick for Safe.  The undersigned have just burned a  kiln of 500,000 brick, of. first class  quality. For price aud information  apply to C. B. Hnmc & Co.  THE  ESTIMATES  Included in the Provincial estimates  brought down by ifon. R. G. Tatloxv  are the folloxving items:���������   3i2.(Xin  WOOD-YARD  l have started a permanent Wood  Yard on Third street. . With my past'  experience I hope to he in a position'  to satisfy all rpquhenients of customers. Dry cord wood kept in stuck and  .supplied* in any lengths nt reduced  prices for cash.       ��������� '.  *"  '     ,      , '        '  - ' R. .SAMSON.      ,  Clocks ! Clocks  8-Day, Iia'lf  . $-4.00 only.  Hour   Strike,   for  Limited  Number.  .     .   Night or day,J _.���������  ,s  Ring up Tel. No. 27  Stand atTJniori Hotel.'  J. M. McCallum.  REV. C. W. WHYTE,  Modern tor of Presbytery.  J. O-iiy Barber  THE CITY EXPRESS  .   E. W. B." Paget, Prop.''_. ,  , Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc., to any-part of the City:  i '"��������� ��������������� i      * -  "��������� -Any Kind'of-Transfepping,..  -, ���������     Undertaken.,; - s  ,^ ���������  ' , ..'  * TKLISPHO.YE NO. 7.,  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer ln^ .xtnrrrnw^-  -    BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  ' All orders promptly filled.  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  Kfimlonp-, d'-irict   OlcanaKan divlncl   Ko,7cl-t<jk<) dl-trict   (Viliimhin   dnincc   Settler-' rwid, Coliinihui   mt,   -.nitli  (CfillditUiIhtl)   Mablc Luke road      >.  ������������������  SteamlKiiil. Columbia riifir, uIkivo R������v-  ���������jl-t/iko'   SfiimlKial. Coluinliia. iilxne Golden.   .  F"rry.  N'ortli Vnncotiver   Kerry, Ki'lowrm   Ferry, Ool'l-trunin. foliimlilu rivi-r, (In.  clndini; ronow.ill   dol'lfjn cl'irlr     .    Ofc.inii.Mii. nddiliou.il tn f7,(/'l roMd .  RnxoNtiiko. .iiidiiional to W'l ������ot������l  Hridk'f.  Kndurby.  Ui  Ijtiild  approiiehoi  and  complete             Foot hridis''*.  KnveNvifce,   iiddilional to  hi. Vi votwl          The Provincial Treasurer anticipates  a deficit of #'i,000 for current half  year.  !U/iO  7,(/)0  1,210  I.VXI  2.Vj(|  i.av)  ma  1,1 CO  :������i  1211  vxi  I.ViO  2..V/I  .vxi  RUSSELL-DAVIS  COMPANY.  This company ha<; been playing at  Opera Hou.se during the week"iand  pnttini; on good shoxx-.j. The company  played la,st night "A truthful liar " to  a large audience. The entertainment  wan to have concluded with a wrestling  match between J. Hillebrand, the  strong man' of the show, and .J.  McLennan, but much to the di������-  appointment of the audience the local  man did not show up, and Afr. Russell,  on behalf of the company, expressed  his regret, but pointed out the fault  was not theirs. The company will put'  on an entertaining piece, "Autumn  Leaves," to-night.  secretary, G. M. Clark treasurer, 'J).  McPhadden superintendent oi Sunday-  school. Mesdamcs Laxvrcnce, Lewis,  Clark, and Messrs!' Laxvrcnce and  Clark'xvcre appointed ,a committee to  make necessary musical arrangements.  The matter of future supply was left  to the board of management, xvho have  taken Selkirk Hall for services pending arrangements for the election of a  church.  Chamberlain's .Cough Remedy  the Very Best.  "1 have been using Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy and xvant to say it is  the best cough medicine I have ever  taken," says Geo. L. Chubb, a merchant of Harlan, Mich. There is no  <|iieHtion about it being the best, as it  will cure a cough or cold in less time  tnati any other treatment, ft should  always be kept in the house ready for  instant use, for a cold can bo cured in  much Icr-s time when promptly treated.    For sale by all druggists.  FREE FOR   .  ROYAL GROWN SOAP  WRAPPERS  Mail us 15 Royal Crown Soap  Wrappers, and we xvill send  free your choice of over 100  pictures, or for 25 wrapper*  your choice of over 200 books. .  Premium list sent on application.  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B. C. Limiied  i   We are receiving'Weok-lj Shipments of  Choice DAIRY Butter  in Small Tubs  ,) list the thing lor family U-,e.  GROCERIES  Our Stock of Fresh Fruits is complete  in every line.   Call and  examine.  Prices and quality to suit all.  BakersiConfectioners  Notice  All Carpenters keep away  from "Revelstoke as the carpenters here are asking for the  nine-hour day and cannot get  it.  Cakpunters Union.  KV) up 8  SPRING IS COMING  You should plant your   ���������  GARDEN  You want  O C Cf% C     A mie selection of D.  OtLC, I/O . M. Ferry k Co.  and the Steele Uriggs .celebrated   seed6,   consisting., of ������..,,���������. ���������  Beet,   Carrot,   Lawn -Graiss,  Turnip, Radish, Peas,. Beans,  Corn, Herbs and Flowers.  WA1   CHUNG.  J. Malay's Fresh Greenhouse Vegetables.  Also good stock of Groceries, Boots and  ' Shoes and Clothing.  Corner   Dougla  and IvinK .streets  WANTED  INING UOOAI- GIRL ,WANTED  _     for 11  Mail office.  \J    for Hotel.    Apply  at, Kootenay  TO'LET���������Rooms to let, funiisheiP'oi-  unfurnished,   ill. N. Coursier. 015  WANTED, immediately, GIRL or  JAPANESE for'ueni'i'al housework.���������  Apply to Bowman L'umber Co's. hoarding house. "~ "r  WANTED���������By Japanese, position  as cook, or similai   work.���������Apply at Kootenay Mail olTice.  WANTED KNOWN-A1I kinds.of  loose-leaf account books, card  indexes and special ruled, perforated  or punched papers may be obtained at  the Kootenay Mail Printing OHice.  WANTED���������An energetic and reliable man to represent us at  Revelstoke and surrouuaiiifr territory  and sell our Hardy Specialties in Fruit  and Ornamental Nursery Stock; special  list for B. C. planting. Territory re  served. Pay xveekly. Handsome outfit furnished free. Write for terms  and send 25c for our Handy Pocket  Microscope.���������Stone and Wellington.  Fonthill Nurseries, Toronto. Ont.  WANTED���������TO RENT-For six to  twelve months,'a FURNISHED  HOUSE of from four to seven rooms.  Apply, stating rental required, to "M,*  Office of Kootenay Mail. Clltc  TYPE WBIT.ERS..     ���������-��������� ���������  FOR SALE���������One Secondhand Empire Typewriter.'  One Franklin Typewriter, Rood as'  nexv.   Easy terms if required.    Apply  to Kootenay-Mail Publishing Co.,  Ltd., Revelstoke.-  ...  WANTED���������A Japanese to do house  work. Apply at office of Koot  enay Mail office..  WANTED���������Oxvners' and managers  of Mills, Mines, and Hotels to  contract with up for six and twelve  months, for Fresh Butter and Eggs.-  Write us for juices. -We guarantee  quality. - E. H. MATTHIAS, .General  Merchant, Morningslde, Alta. ���������  635 ap 30 ' " '     "  i    "  i -      ii  K /. v  I.' II  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  REVELSTOKE   HOTELS  :>f' ,  r     ������  l'\      1  1,  V ���������  ID    ���������  V  /���������Y  y  Business Locals.  Twelve-foot Linoleum, iit   How-son's  ���������   'Furniture Store. .',  Mermen's Talcum and Violet Ponder =okl at the Canada l>rug Store.  Hay, 'Oats, Wheat, Barley, Br.i'n,  ��������� Shoits, Chop a,t Bourne Dios.  The ItowmaiK-Lumber-Co. oiVer, for  sale diy firowobLd at, bargain plicca.  Tlie Ratbbonc Sisters will i:i\ea  ballon Eastei .Mond.iv in the Selkiik'  II.il I.  R. Hou/son .V Co. will open a large  stock of ^ Cm pets next week, dhect  fiom Scotland.  Allenbuiy Infant. Poods fdi, Child-  Ten of all age.-, told at the "Canada  Drug Store.     - . l  Take your wheel for repair to W. A.  Smythe. . Full .-tock of'fittings for all  ���������wheels.    ���������    / f.  ���������   .  Ever Tried,Clark's  -delicious'Pork and   Beans ?   < It   not.  ' buy a   tin���������they  are  all   right.      W.  Clark, Mfr., Montieai :    , <  'Did you see that pretty Giecn Carpet in Flow son's Furniture Stoie  window. ' . ,,....  Rpmeniber lint'-n Ea-ter, Monday  '-the I'athbone ^i.-teis',wi!l'iii-.e  a. b.ill,  in'.-elkirk H ���������II    'l'ai licul.ns later.  ���������"  Smwhe is  pulling   in a. "siher  and  nickel platei   ,n   c ���������unection   with his-  " BicycleBepa'r'Shon." -���������"    '.  Miss Mai tin ironi'-Yancbuvc'r." has  chaige of C'. H. Hume and Co s DiesS-  jiiaking Depaitment.' stud welcomes  the ladies to visit li"i\  J RON BI".DS���������lion Ueds at Howson'a Furniune Stoie Tli.it"0 the  lilace to get pii tt\ designs ar.d light  prices.        - (  When you want ,t saddle horse, a  rig. or caiting lUme. send to C. Turn-  ioss's livery stables, Victoria Road,  .and you will iecei\e punctual and  first-class service.  Cold Cream    Witch  H.i/el  Cream.  Honey and Almond KCie.im, Camphor  ^ Tee, oi anything you require for chapped hands and   face,  at   the' Canada  .Drug Store   '    _    -. _. --  For Sale.  One himdiid tons of Good Timothy  .Hay +13.50 pei ton f o b. Ducks sta-  -tion. Apply to McAithur it.IIarper,  Kamloops. B C.  The Revelstoke Land Company le-  poit the sale of a number of residental  lots in the vicinity of b'th.Jth and Sth  streets. They have .tu inteiesting ad.  >on this paget'iat is well worth leading  .and acting upon.    <  Big Stock of Saddles," Handle Bars,  Pedals, Lamps, everything for the  -wheel. Dunlup, M & G., and Single  'Tube Tires at \V. R. Smythe's.  Koko, Seven Sutherland Sisters,  .Mrs. Aliens, Burnett's Cocaine, Cokes,  Ayers, Halls. Danderine. You can get  Any of these preparations for preserving and strengthening the hair at the  ���������Canada Drug it Book Co.'s.  C. B. Hume it Co.. Ltd.. gave ten  per cent of their Saturday sales in aid  ���������of the building fund for the new  Methodist Church, which the Ladies  Aid Society of the church has 'under  taken to raise.  Messrs. McSorley and McHouse have  arranged to open a hotel in the  restaurant recently,, built byH. J.  Han bury on First street, adding to it  ���������the building belonging to Mrs. Blake.-  \V. Smythe is agent for the Cleve  land, the best -wheel in Canada  Hambler, 2nd grade Cleveland, ,$45.'00.  Brantford, Red'Bird,'and several other  ���������wheels. Cushion'on all wheels.^. The  Bambler fitted with Dunlop Tires.  J. Laughton has been making great  improvements to the Union .Hotel.' A  new sitting room has been'added on  the*first floor, and the���������bar-'has- been  moved to occupy the ��������� room formerly'  xised as a billiard room;'two} sample  .rooms being provided on_fche ground  floor in the" rear portion a of,the hotel..  The dining room has also, ibeqn niuch  improved and the .hotel urenovuted  .throughput.  - -���������      ��������� i ;    r i j i '��������� -  The Revelstoke Wine A' Spirit Company have taken fche'etfj^by; Surprise  with the handsome delivery wagonette  they,have put tin for delivering their  oi'dcis. The vehicle vies 'with 'the  best to be^ecn in the huge cities, and  has attracted n lot of attention by its  splendid finish.| H is entirely the  product of local'indiiotry. having been  built at'the carriage works ol S, Mc-  Mulfon, to wjiom it is most cicditable.  The handsome lettering was- done- by  Aid., McLeod, and 'is u line piece oi  work. ',   *  ,     i' ���������.'Victorious Battle"  is the heading of atcon'spicuous notice  which Mi Cleve Hall has" had distributed'around town creating no little  inteiest.      -    - ���������    -       -  ���������,  'It is piactic.illy an announcement  '"by the Mutual Life Insurance "'Company of New York,' of having just  iss'iei! the laigest policy ever sold to  an individual, namely, one'million  five hundred thou.-and on the Hie of  Mr. James G, Colgate, of JS'cw Yoik.  This * con ti net was seemed after a  struggle'by all the leading "companies.  Mr. J hill, who is the company's dis-  tiictMiianager, claims that" the people  of Revelstoke and neighboihood have  shown their appiovahoi-this contract  by a veiy liberal patronage.     *  Any pcieou inteiest'ed may get  full  paiticul.iis and inlpYm'ation by diop\  ping a postaLc.ud.u'r.'t^lephoning Mr."  Clove Hall at Hotel Revelstoke.   -',   "  Social& Personal.  Lambert has been elected  of   the   Olc.in agan   anal  i Kev.rJ.II  hum I -dean  di'.uiery.      l .'"'".'..     ,"   -  A .successful dunce was. held ��������� at  Aiiow head Thursday in aid-.of-the  local hospitil. A large number went  lV>m Hevelstoko '   ������������������  ��������� Justice'Scott, father of .1. M. Scott,  of ReveUtoke, was taken seiiously ill  at Maclcod *��������� few days ago but is now  impioving. ���������  10. M. Allum has received intimation that Madam Ficda Griselda, the  famous sopiano singer, will give a  concert in Revelstoke at an early  date  His Lordship Bishop Dart, Archdeacon Beer, Revs Solly, Lambert, and  C. A. Procunier attended a meeting of  the Diocesan executive of Kootenay at  Revelstoke yesterday. >  A Shylock Party under the auspices  of the Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's  church will be held in the manse on  Monday, the 3rd inst. at S o'clock" p.  m.    Admission 25c.  S. H. Bowman, of the Bowman  Lumber Co., left Wednesday to attend a meeting of the Mountain Lumbermen's Association at Cranbrook,  and went thence to his home at Minneapolis.- He expects to return in  Maj.  A surprise party visited Mis. Hol-  ten's residence ^Thursday night.,to  tender a complimentary farewell,,to  Miss Temple, Mrs. Holten's guest.-  The party\.numbered 35 ladies and  gentlemen and they had a most enjoyi  able time including a dance.  Mr. Briggs, solicieor, of New West-'  minster, formerly in partnership with  Judge Morrison, was in the city this  week with a view to opening a law  office here, and before returning to the  Coast stated he was favorably impressed with Revelstoke as a good  location.  Samuel Phipps, on leaving Calgary  for his new position as master mechanic of the Pacific division Jicr$, .was  given ajbtfuqust at the Queen's Ho'ter)  Calgary, by the residents on Saturday,  presented with, ami address .and two  Upholstered arm chairs, from Calgary  engineers, and a "silver EenTWrvioe from  Medicine Hat end.     ' "'  The dance given on Monday night  in the Selkirk hall in honor of Miss  Temple and Miss Smith, who'-.are  leaving Revelstoke, was pronounced a  great,success by all present. ' Dancing  commenced' about1 9.30, the' music  being provided by Mrs., Lurnb (piano),  and Mr. Doyle (violin).' After 'the first  half of the program rcfreshments'were  served. , The program con sis tethflf J&  dances, and "extras Were played -Hy-  Mrs, McCurter, Miss Hall,  Miss M���������-  TVi������.-l_ ]   Hf- ���������c������_a- , .   I  CITY COUNCIL.  Dispute Mayor's- Authority to  ���������"   Represent City at Ottawa.  . At meeting last night Aid. Mc-  Carter, Lewis, McLeod and Foote  attended. Aid. McLeod was elected  Chairman and acting Mayor during  Mayor's absence.  COKKESI'OXDKXCI:.  Provincial Health Officer, enclosing  petition against using river bank as  dumping ground. Reply���������Matter  remedied.  Athletic Association asking sidewalk, water and light supply to  grounds. Referred to Water and Light  Committee..  The Mayor left letter stating he had  closed garbage dump on river bank  and'arranged-for another lower'doWriT  Health committee to report .'as.to permanent dumping-ground. ������" -**'    '���������  Band asking aid far new uniforms,  $50 voted".  Uftck and Miss Foote.  HEADING OFF THK MAYOH.  Aid. McCarter moved, Aid. - Lewis  seconded, '"That Railway Commission-  ers''be requested to permit no interference with 'proposals -of C. P. R.  regarding location of new'station, it,  having been learned the" station cannot conveniently be placed on 'south  side of track at any point east of  McKenzie Avenue, the business centre  '^f She city."  * Aid. McCarter said nine Out of  ten  who signed the first petition, believed  ' l I it w������b -intended to urge the station   be  placed at end of McKen/.ie Avenue.  The action taken would have cfl'ect  not only of blocking -the oxpendituic  of $70,000 but fuither improvements,  which would follow permanent location of station.   * '  In reply to Aid. Lewis, Aid. Mc-  Cartei took Mr. YVbyte's telegiam to  mean the C. V. R. did not wish any  interference with their business.  Motion carried.  Aid. McCarter then moved that city  clerk be authorised to despatch to  secretary of Railway Commissioneis  the following telegram . "City Council  of Revelstoke last night passed resolution requesting no interference with  plans of C. P. R. regaiding location of  proposed new station at Revelstoke.  Mayor Brown does not represent views  of majority of council."  Aid. Foote seconded.���������Carried.  "���������Aid. McCarter said Aid. Brown had  come out  flat-footed  and stated   the  station should pe4 on thetbouth aide". V>f-  the track aDbiit'wh'ere his  hbiibe* was.  '      STKEIiT IMI'KOVEMr.VTS.  if On motion of Aid. Foote, seconded  by Aid. Lewis, it was resolved to have  Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Streets  graded from McKenzie Avenue to  Robinson Avenue,' Orton" Avenue  cleared from Fourth to Seventh Streets  and alley frbm ' Orton to McArthur  cleared,'J. Dallas to have charge of  work. ' ' '  The > Mayor left request that R.  Tapping be required ��������� to clear fencing  off Victoria road.  Resolved to purchase supply of pipe  from Moscrop Bros.  ',     '       "  liOUUSVAKDS.  Resolved that following plan be "re  commended : Thiid aticet, a 4-!eet  boulcvaid between side walk and lot  line, and six-feet Lioulev.nd between  side walk and road way. with tiees  planted on outer boulcv.rd. McKen/.ie  avenue an 8-feet' bo\le\aid between  sidewalk" and lot lines and six-feet  boulevard between sidewalk and load-  way, with trees on outei boulevard,  electiic poles and sidewalk to be moved  accoidingly.  YE 0LDE TIME SOCIAL.  Ye Olden Tyme social held by the  Kpworth League Monday was a great  success. The parsonage was prettily  decorated in old time style, representing features extending back to the  thirteenth century. The most striking ladies' costumes were those of Mrs.  Sutherland as a typical seventeenth  century lady, and Mrs. Pettipiece as  granny. Amongst the gentlemen the  best costumes were those of' C. I''.  Lindmark as a Quaker .of- the 17th  century and K. M. Allum as a Spanish  cavalier. An excellent program was  given, the recitations by Miss Snyder  of Toronto and tlie musical selection  by Miss Katie Sutherland (piano) G.  Knapp (clarionet) and A. LeFeaux  (violin), and selections by Mr. Allum  on the guitar,being excellent numbers.  LUMBERING.  McGoldrick and L.immers, wha  bought the Duncan River limits, hav������  decided to abandon their proposed  sawmill at Nelson and have purchased  for $450,000 the Fox mill   at Spokane.  The Munch- Lumber Company have  completed the branch railway line to  their mill site at Three Valley Lake,  and some of the machinery ha������  arrived.  As good evidence of  the   improved  outlook  for the   lumber   market   w*  learn the Bowman Lumber  Co. have  received orders for 35 cars  of lumber  for the Northwest.  Mechanics, Farmers, Sportsmen ! To heal and "soften the skin  and remove grease; oil and rust stains,  paint and earth, etc., Use The "Master  Mechanic's" Tar Soap.' Albert,Toilet  Soap Co., Mfrs.     ���������' -   '��������� '    '  A Good Suggestion.  Mr. C. 13. Wainwrinht, of Lemon  City, Fla., has written the maim-'  facturers that much-hotter result* are  obtained from the use of Chamber-  Iain's Colic, Cholera a and Diarrhoea  Remedy in cases of pains in the  stomach, colic and cholera morbus by  taking it in water as hot as cm be  drank. That when taken" in this "way  the effect is double in rapidity. ' "It  seems to get at the right spot instantly," he says. For.- sale by all  druggists.  A parliamentary investigation will  be asked into charges against the  Provincial Government of political  manipulation in connection with  crown^ lands at. Kitiniaat and on  Skeena River.  i  i THE KOOTENAY MAIL  , 1  ;iNC:;;ri'B';9S'^  liililMiilliiiiijlw  HIDES SENECA QEIRSKlfp  EXPORTER?.   PTTBG  1 M P G R T E R S<I UfiQ  MINNEAPOLIS  :. I M P G RT E R S^I  VrUJ "k  200-2I2'   Fl RST    AVE. vNORXr^ ***   ���������  ; >_.  mNDS  - t \ ������    1      , '^-.' i C   "������t *  E.  B.   EDDY'S  " KING EDWARD,"'1000s '     -  <>  ", HEADLIGHT,' 500s'  ,  ���������    /', EAGLE," 100s and 200s         ',  -     '��������� ".VICTORIA."  ,    " LITTLE,,COMET."  '   ��������� ���������                   , ���������*' ��������� '                   .  ��������� ,"  ',   FOR   SALE   EVERYWHERE. '   >  1      '  ,  Are the Best that can be bought.,  Don't experiment Avitlr other and inferior brands.'  <   USBEDDIT'S     ,     , ,.,,  MINING MATTERS  THE MINING INDUSTRY.  W.   A. Galliheiy M. P..   Hard  /.     at Work.  Wi'Galliher,' M. I'., xvho for some  months has been in communication  with the geological department in re-  Jeience to making a geological structural survey, in the mining camp of  IJossland and vicinity, hasa been advised by Dr. Bell that it is his inten-  fcion'to procure Prof." Brock to undertake this nt'as'early adate as possible.  Appropriations have been made to  continue the work up to June 30th,  and a further appropriation has been  placed in the estimates forc 1005 and  1900. Tho intention is to extend the  work to other mining aeclions.of  British Columbia nnd'Yukon.  Mr. Galliher has albo, in conjunction  with Mr. Retallack, been impressing  on the depaitment of the interior the  desiiability of obtaining the scivice  of Piof. Ingalls. of Roiton,   to   report  upon the zinc resources of British Columbia and their economic conditions.  It is.also arranged'that the exhibit of  British Columbia made at St. Louis  xvill be sent to Liege, and an 'opportunity afYorded producers of zinc ore  "to add to the exhibit.  MINER'S CONVENTION.  "At the meeting of delegates from  No. 6 division of the W. F. of M., held  at Nelson" last1 xxeek the , following  officers were elected for the ensuing  year : Piesident, Frank Phillips, Nelson; vice-president, W. B. Mclsaac,  Yinir; secretary-tieastuer, A.Shilland,  Sandon. ' '-   .  Phoenix, Moyie, Kamlobps, Ross-  Und and Nelson extended invitations  for the next annual convention. On  a bericb of ballots the invitation of  Phoenix xvas accepted.        t  In future each session of the legislature xvill be anticipated by the executive committee, which xvill submit  to u referendum vote oi the district of  the Federation, all legislation which  -hail be deemed advisable.     The   re  sult xvill then be brought to "the attention of the 'government in time to  permit of the drafting of bills embodying the decisions.  ���������  DRIFTS, o '  The Review soys the men xvhc are  working the Lardeau river at Trout  Lake are getting'payable gold.  STEAMER SUNK.  600 Passengers Have Narrow  Escape.  Halifax, March 27��������� A terrible calamity was avoided in Halifax harbor.  The liner Parisian, with 800, immigrants for \\'e?tern Canada, xvas coming into the harbor, but when four  miles but the German steamer Albano,  with 200 passengers taboard, ran into  her, making a big hole stove in her  side. She stai ted to settle doxvn in  the stern. The captain ordered full  steam ahead and the vessel reached  'the shore in safety.  COMAPUX.  c ,������i  From ourown correspondent.  , The planers belonging to the Hoxv-  mun Lumber Company resumed operations today for the first time' this  spring and the mill will start running  on Wednesday full blast for the  season.        ���������    < ' -  The company xvill not put  on   txvo  crewB   fir' another   txvo weeks, when  they^ expect the output of   lumber   to  exceed over 100,000 feet per day.      '  March 24th. '_  Halcyon Hoi Springs  Sanitarium.  THE MEDICAL WATERS, of Halcyon aie the most curative in the  world. A perfect, natural remedy for  all Nervous % and Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments  and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure  for "That Tired Feeling." Special  rates on all boats and trains. Two  mails airive and depait every day.  Telegra h communication with all  parts of the world. An experienced  massanger.  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arroiv LaKe.'B. C.  oitx o"stj"e,o*h:"eis  <*>7 T * ' ' *-" "��������� "*" ^'j'" ' f ' ''     / " " '   ,-������������������#���������  I  HOTEL   LARDEAU  *  COMAPLIX  it  >$>  ������|, The Best House in Town.    -    Well u Furnished    -, 'Good Table fe.  ���������     Best Brands of- WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock,  f ., ,. W. HAMILTON, Proprietor,  ft**  OUR HEAVY GOODS ARE SPECIALLY, ADAPTED  . FOR FARMERS, MINERS, LUMBERMEN, AND OTHERS  NEEDING. SOMETHING EXTRA STRONG FOR 'THE  ROUGHEST USAGEl  LOOK FOR THE TRADE MARK ON EACH PAIR.  ROMAN CATHOLIC CifrRCII.  ST. PKTKlt'S CHL'RCII.  PRESBYTKRfAN CHURCH.  Mf'-.TffODKST CHURCH,  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.  J".    ALBBET      STOILSriE]      PEOP.  DEHsTK  PERFECTION"   COCOA  It is absolutely pure  COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE ICINGS,  CREAM BARS ETC." ARE VERY CHOICEST QUALITY  The COWAN CO., Limited, Toronto 15  *h.  COMMERCIAL.  -    BANKING. \  j <  1      ' i <  f  ,    , The   Bank   of' Montreal   i intends  .- putting in a branch at Hedley at   an  -early date.  The ��������� Canadian   mint will turn out  '400,000 coins per week. '        .  The amount of the Dominion government's gold reserve is $35,000,000.  In addition to this the banks"maintain a reserve of $17,000,000. These  ' reserves,/which are now 'held1' in  American'gold coin, xvill be changed  tobCanadian currency, when coined at  "the nexv mint at Ottaxva.  - - -' '.LORD STRATHCONA.  Former President Bank  of  Montreal,  ]L'6rd,Strathcona-has r retired*   frojn  fthe presidency of the "Bank   of Moii-  'treal.      G.   Drummond   is nexv president,   Clouston   vice-president,    and'  '   .Meredith.geneial manager.  'The February statement of Canadian  "banks shows an unusual falling  off in  '    ^deposits,   compared   'xxith    January.  Total deposits   in   Canada,' $450,115.-  -574, are $1,117,273 less than in' Janu-  ������������������   ary, when'they weie ">2,17S,935 "less  ���������than in December.      The >��������� total, how-  -ever. is'$52,S61.065   more than  a year  /ago,,an increase   of^ over 13 per cent.  ' -Call loan? are $1.411.570  less  than,in  ������������������   -January, and $1,307,101   ie-Sr ih.iu a  year ago. ���������   Cunent'  jo.ms m Canada  -��������� -increased $1,332,800 during the month  - -and $21,600,187 dining the year.  NEW INDUSTRY  {Compressed Brick Works to be  .Started in the City.',  E. C. Fromex has purchased  jn tlie  >east and is  importing  machinery' for  ���������making compn ssed biicks   from. Port-  'land cement and   believes he can by  r this  process   erect   buildings   at,less  icost than with brick, while it is claim-  , ied the  material   is   even   better   for  jpermanent building  construction,  as  ,-iihe bricks are  holloxv  in   the centre.  "The nexv   residence   to   be erected on  TMcKenzie Avenu   for R. Howson will  lbe built   of   this   material   and  Mr.  "Fromey expects to have  the contracts  -.for   two   other 'buildings     of     this  material.     This xvill add another important   industry   to   the city.     We  i congratulate Mr. Fromey on his enterprise and xvish him success with it.  iNAKUSP.  ,        From Onr.Owu Correspondent.  The Yale-Columbia Lumber Co.'s  ���������anill started up last xveek and is now  Tunning full handed.  Miss Olive Vandeburgh has returned  irbm Vancouver, where she has been  Attending high school. ���������  The Literary and Dramatic Club is  Ibusy practising a play which they in-  -tend to put on some time in April.  O. Clement left here today for Xel-  ���������son, where he went to take charge of  the planers in the Nelson sawmill.  The C. P. E. have put on a work  "train on this branch to fill in bridges  and cut out curves.  Mrs. F. Wensly is improving in the  Victoria hospital, where she has been  jfor some time undergoing an operation.  A son was born to-Mr. and Mrs. A.  Hobbs on Tuesday. -March 2Sth.  The managers of the Presbyterian  church are busy building a manse on  a lot near the church.  THE KOGTENiJY MAIL  An  Odd  Jewish  Ceremonr,  1 In the' Jexvish Encyclopaedia in an account of the queer ceremony of-the  'taking off a brother-in-law's shoe^by  the I widow 'of a' brother who has 'died  childless, through'which' cereinonyjhe  is'released from the obligation of marrying her. Tho ceremony Is described  as follows:  The yabam (brother-in-law) ' must  have bis right foot, on which the shoe  is placed, washed very scrupulously,  and after he has strapped it'on ho  must walk four cubits in the presencs  of the judges. Then the chief of the  judges , roads the following passage,  which the ,yabaruah (xvoman) repeats  word for word: "My brother-in-law refuses to raise'-unto'his brother a name  in Israel; he will not marry me.". Then  the yabam is required to repeat tbe  sen'tenoe, "I do not wish to take her,"  He,then presses bis.rigbt-fGot-against  the floor while she looses the straps  xvith bar right hand, takes off the shoe'  and throws It some distance' away.  Then she places herself in front of tbe  yabam. spits on. (lie floor in front of  hi in and repents these words after tbe  presiding judge: "Ho shall it be done  unto (lint man xvlio xvill not build up  bis brother's house, and his name shall  be called iri Israel 'lbe house of,.him"  that hatli his shoe loosed.' "  '  Polaon   In  WsIIn. \  ."As much as 411 per Vent of organic  matter has been found in plaster taken'  from the walls of a hospital' ward ,in  Paris." Statistics toll'iis that it is not  uncommon to find air In'public assembly rooms and even1, in dwelling's containing from ten to fifteen times tho  amount of carbonic acid found.in puro  air. Of this gas'iomliiison 'says: "It  acts as a- poison. " I|'we> attempt to  i'nbale it by putting" the face" over the  edge of a beer vat the nostrils,and  thront are irritated so' strongly that  the glottis closes "and inspiration be-,  conies impossible." One. need remain  but half'mi-hour in - an am ventilated  room to have inhaled (!00i times the!  foul 'and poisonous fluid;' the blood  will have carried it to every, part of  'the body, and tbe entire system will  have become saturated.���������Exchange.  1 Tylnir a Home lo  a.  Hole.  It has been discox-'ered that the,desert Indians," who* have never'been'accredited with superabundant wits, have  for many'years employed a method<of  tying ���������tiieir������ horses - to- holes _in '-the  ground' thiitMs clever,'.unique 'and.effective.. Tbe operiition of tying a horse  to" a hole'is'ee'bis an'impracticable and'  Impossible one, for there is something  decidedly intangible and insubstantial  about'the holf. Tbe^operation is performed in"'this, xviiy: Kneeling on'tbe.  hot sands; "the Indians dig with their  bands, until they , have, made a bole  about txvo feet deep. They then tie an  Immense' knot in tlie end, of tbebiUter,  'rope, "lo\x:er it"into'thc "bottom of the'  bole, fill tbe hole' with s.-md'~and then  jump and stamp upon it until tbe earth  over the knot is about"as' hard as gund.-"  stonel���������r-oijilQa-'JisgastluSv V^^'X'  ���������-.  , ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ^'PI IA B/IC^ N'O F0R !  I -^ ,l*ri'"*t \*r:'&��������� a~* PERFECT I  f,   ^sassECT���������a������sa)���������sm���������������������������������a imimiiimiihiii' , _  i  DYEING. ���������  EASY TO USE, BRIGHTEST AND BEST.  A8K  FOR  THE, "DIAMOND"        ,  '   .  TAKE NO OTHERS.  * All Druffglsta and Dealers.  *������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  THE MOLSONS BANK  r j Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1W1.     j   '  ���������    HEAD OFFICE, -''*.-        ���������     MONTREAL.  '���������'    Wm. Molson Macpheiiso'n, Pres. S. II. Hxving, Vice-Pros. ,  f '        James Elliot, General Manager.'      '  ���������  Capita/ paid up, $3,000,Of)0  ;    Reserve, $3,000,000 \  '-Everything-in  xvay of banking  business transacted without unnecessary delay. ���������      ��������� ' ,        ,     ,  '        '  Interest credited twice, i year at current' rates on  Savings Bank  deposits.  , ', ,' '   ��������� '"       ' ',     ',  < ' ' ���������; ;   X 'W. H. PRATT, Manager, '   ,    -   .    ��������� Revelstoke, B. C.  -  > >    r  f   1  ,il  Gr. Jl.   SaQTT,  - Fashionable Tailor.  Good    Workmanship. *���������?��������� Perfect, Fit. .      ���������,  '���������}     ,.>   1,1;,?: Union, Made..-  ^  McKENZIE AVENUE B. ���������0wson i c������  IN THE SPRING ��������� ^^^^sfc,y.  Hard  *, i- ,,'',-    '   '   '  'Replenish the Kitchen for the" Spring- ' Make a Spring  Cleaning.     We  '   , . " can self you. HARDWARE. '     '  <    NEW-STORE. SEW GOODS.    '   IJETTER'pRICES.  x-  LAWRENCE HARDWARE, CO/L70;'  ''  '       ,   Plumbing and rinsmithing.    S.ixv Mill Supp'ies.  ���������        '    i"  *C , :���������:���������: :������������������ -^  j-Yi  ,    -       Cill������  una  Cattle. '  In certain narts of southern Califor^  nia'It is absolutely necessary to have  cats to successfully raise cattle." .The  cows < feed" on a red .clover ' which  makes a superior quality of beef. This  clover grew very sparsely until it was  discovered that one'farmer who had  raised a large number of tabby cats  always bad fine clover fields. Investigation proved that the cats killed the  field mice xvbo killed the wild, bees  who fertilized the clover seeds by carrying the pollen from flower to 'flower,  thus causing tbe seeds to sprout thickly every year. Now all the farmers  have many cats.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABKAHAMSON    BROS.,   PROPRIET6fi������i.  Newly built.      First-class In every respect.     -All modern'conveniences  Large Sample Rooms.  Rates 81.50 per Day. Spdelal Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hot������l,  Trout Lake, undef   Same management  CERTIFICATE 'OF' IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  'Meadow, Skylark, "Sim kebpeare, Boitn, Davenport and Hull'iier minora! claims hituato in  the Arrow-lake Mining Division of. West Kootenay District. Where located:���������On head of  Mineral creek, a tributary of Cariboo creek  Arroxvlake Mining-Division, West Kootenay  Dihtrict. , ,  ��������� ,_,       ,  TAKE NOTICE thai, I, Frederick II. Block-  berger of'Itosslund, B. C, rroeorded owner of  l ho above named claims] free miner's certificate No. 1107,194, intend, bixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to die mining recorder  for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Grown grant of the above  claims.'  ' And further take notice that .action, under  section :)7,  iiiiint  be  commenced   before   the  issuance of Mich certificate of iiiiprox-eiiients.   ,  ' Dated tliN lflth day of January, A. D. \<XC>.  F. K. BLOGKHKIIGKR.  NOTICE.  "VTOTrOE IS irWItKUV GIVEN that the  1_\ liiiderilgnetl liave submitted lo tlie  Lieutenant-Gox-cmor in Council a propos.il,  under the 'provisions ol the "Jtivei-'J anil  Streaiiih Aet," for clearing and removing of  olntniUions from Kosthall Creek, We.-t Kootenay, and for malting the ���������..'into lit for ratling  and driving thereon of logi,' timber, lumbar,  rufU. and craft-, and for electing mid maintaining booms ror holding, sorting and delivering  logs and timber hi ought doxvu *nid river, and  for attaching booms to the shore of suld creek  and Arroxv Lake for said purpose-.  The lands to, lie aU'eetod   by '~ii.nl  xvork lire  Ciown lands. '  '  , 'I'lioiMte of lolls propo-ed In be charged are  such as-may lie lived by the Judge of the  County Court of Kootenay.  Dated February'.'.illi. l!M'i.  fjlln.21     ,        HICi HKND LUMBER CO., LTII.  NOTICE.  To Thomas Sweeney, or any person or persons  to whom lie'mny have assigned bis interest in  (he Montgomery and Eurekr. chums situate on  Canyon Creek on the north sido of Doivnic  Creek in the Big Bend, Hevelsloke Mining  Division of West Kootenay District, British  Columbia: , ���������  You are hereby notified that I, the undersigned, bax'e esnended for you the sum of  SU1.2.3 in labor, improvements and recording  fees upon the said Montgomery and Euicka  mineral .claims, under the provisions of the  Mineral Act. and if, xvithin ninety days from  the date of Ibis notice you fail or refuse to contribute the aforesaid sum, together xvith all  costs of advertising, your interest in the said  minoial claims xvill become the. property of  the undersigned under section I of the Act  entitled an Act, to Amend the .Mineral Act 1SI00.  Dated lhi>������i\Lh day. of January. 1!KV>. ,  '   127 ap 8    -    ,,, i,   , J. U. Mo.NTao.MKHV.  ,OCEAN /STEAMSHIPS;  Royal Mail Linos.  Cheapest Route to tbe Old Country.  -     ALLAN LINE���������From Sr. John.       ;. -  Parisian    Feb. 25  Bavarian    ...". ..     ..-....-. -.  Mar. 1  Victorian /\Mnr. 11  Tunisian     ���������."v"lir. lh  Virginian    '��������������������������� Mar. 2j  CAN. PAC. ATLANTICS. S.--From St. John.  Lake Cham plain A. Feb. 25  Lake Erie .' Mar. 11  Lake Manitoba' Mar. 2.)  , '   'AMERICAN LINE���������From Nexv York.  St. Louis ,-��������������������������� Fob. 2J  Philadelphia      ,M,a\!  St. Paul -. Mar. Jl  St. Louis  Mar. 2.)  WHITE STAR LINE���������From Nexv York.  Baltic...'. '��������� '������������������ ���������'��������� "J'ar.   J  Teutonic -������<lr-   ������  Oceanic Mar- lo  Majestic    , ������������������ ^]>"������������������-  Cednc '��������� ���������' ���������   "Jlar. J������  Baltic              ' Alar. 211  i     CUXARD LINE���������Fiom New Y. ill.  r.inipania   ���������   '.  I'eb. 25  Elriii i.i            ������'"������������������ ,*  C.ironi.i ' Jar. 11  Umbria ���������'      : J 'ir. IS  Lucinia... '������������������   '��������������������������� Mar.2j  Passengers ticketed thiougl. t'u all parts of  Great Britain and Ireland, and at specially low  .ares to all parts of the European continent.  Apply to nearest rail xx iiy or sieain-hip agent or  T." W. BRADSHAW.  Aeont.   ReveiStolic  "V?. "  cUmiii^k"'Pac\ait  Agent  s^h Btyja<* ������;, ���������'?& TtmMssx  Pruc-tlvul  Economy.  A. man whose Impecimious condition  Is chronic and who borrows with the  airy ������riice 'of a beau In an old comedy  recently-'approached an 'acquaintance,  all smiles and geniality. '   V  "You're just the felloxv I wanted to  see." he said. - "Could you lend me $5  for a minute?'"' '        *   '  "I could," said the acquaintance dry-1  ly. "but let me tell you how to save  that $5. Wait a minute and you won't  need it."  The Capacity ef the Lnnc������.  The lunu.s contain about one gallon  of nir at their usual degree of inflation.  We breathe on an average 1,200 times  per hour. Inhaling COOgnllons of air, or  111.000'gallons per day. "The aggregate  surface of the nir cells of the lungs exceeds 20,000 square inches, an urea  nearly equal to the floor of a room  twelve feel square.  WALL 'COVEBI1TGS  The prepared'-Burlaps bearing the above trademark are reliable. -  Hang easy, hold color, and have the stamp oi" quality main in  - assorted  colors.   There are  many  imitations which  are cJaimiiJ  "just as good," but there is only one real FAB-KI-KO-NA.  :;_     Write for samples and prices to ��������� ' '  Rheumatic  Pains Quickly  lieved.  Re-  The excruciating pains characteristic of rheumatism and sciatica are  ���������quickly relieved by applying Chamberlain's Paiu Balm. The great pain  relieving poxver of the liniment has  been the surprise and delight of thousands of sufferers. The quick relief  ^'rom pain xvhich ic affords is alone  worth many times its.cost. For sale  '.ivy.'all druggists.  Something of a Torrent.  Young Wife (sobbing)���������I will not be  quiet! Refore we were married you  said I ihad a charming floxv of Ian-  gunpe. Young Husband���������And so you  have. dear. It not only flows, but  dashes, leaps, bounds, roars, goes over  cataracts and mill sluices, and there 1b  tn occasional waterspout as well.  Synopsla of Regulations for Disposing ,-  Minerals on Dominion X.ands in filan&������  tobn. tbe Northwest  Territories andl  the Yukon Territory.      ���������< '   ��������� ,  ��������� Coal.���������Coal lands may bo, purchased at  no per acre for soft coal and J20 for anthracite. Not more than 320 acres can  be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty- at the rate of tan centa  'per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be collected  on the gross output.       -'  <  Quartz.���������Persons of eighteen yttat ������nd  over and joint stock companies tteldinff  free miner's certificates may obtain entry  ��������� for a minlne location. <  A free miner's certificate Is granted for.  one or more years, not exceeding five, upon payment in advance of $7.50 per annum for an Individual, and from $50 te  1100 per annum for a company, according  to capital.  A. free miner having discovered mineral  In place, may locate a claim 1500x1500 feet  by marking out the same .with two legal  posts, bearing location notices, one at  each end on the line 'of the lode or vein.  The claim shall be recorded wtthla lif-   '  teen days if located within ten -ullee of a  raining  recorder's   olllce,' one   \ idltlonal  day. alloxved   for' every   additunal   ten  miles or fraction. 1 The fee for recording  '  a claim Is $5.  - , ,_  .'  At least $100 must'be expended on tho  claim.each year.or paid to tne mining ro-,  corder In lieu thereof. When 5500 has been ,  expended or .paid, the locator may, upon  having- a survey made, and upon complying with other requirements, purchase  tho land at $1.00 an acre. -  Permission may be granted by. toe  tfln- ,  Ister of  the  Interior   to    locate   oudma  containing Iron and mica, also,������ pp������*. In  the Yukon Territory, of an are* sot ������-  ceedlng.ICO acres.  The patent for a mining location shall  provide for the payment of a loyally of 2} per  cent of the sales ol the products of the location  Placer-Mining, Manitoba and tbe N.W. '  .T., excepting the Yukon Territory.��������� '  Placer mining claims generally are 100  feet square; entry fee, $5, renewable  yearly. On, the North Saskatchewan  River claims for either bar or bench, the  former being 100 feet long and extending-  between high and low water mark. The  latter-includes bar diggings.'but extends  back to the base of the hill or bank, but  not exceeding 1,000 feet. Whers Eteosm  power Is used, claims 200 feet,wlda may  be obtained. '       '    ���������  Dredging in the rivers-of Man.U)b������  and the N. W.*T., excepting.the "X *kon  Territory.���������A free miner may obtain only  two leases of five miles each for a term  of twenty years, renewable In the dlscre- ���������  tion of the Minister o������ the Interior.  .  The lessee's right, is confined to fie submerged beds or bars of the river below  low water mark, and subject to the.rights  of all persons who have, or who may receive cntiies for bar diggings or oench' _  'claims, "except on the Saskatchewan  River, whore the lessee may, dredge to  high water mark on each alternate lease- '  ihold.' '��������� .     ,,  The lessee shall have a .dredge In operation within.one season from the date of ,  the lease for each 11 vp miles," but where  a person or. company has obtained more  than one lease one dredge for each fifteen miles ��������� or fraction Is sufficient.  Rental, $10 per annum for each wile ot  river leased. Royalty at the rate of two  and a half per cent collected on tte nut-  put after it exceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon  Territory.���������Six  leases of five miles each may be granted "  to  a  free   miner  for a, term  of   twenty  vears, also,renewable.  The lessee's-right is-confined, to. the  submerged bed or bars' in the river below-iow water mark, that boundary to  o������ fixed by its position on the 1st day of  August in the-year of the date of the  tease. ... -   ,    i   ,    .  '   The"les������ee shall have one dredge in op-  of   the   lease,   and 'one   dredge   for  each *.  erution   within  two years  from  the date  five   miles   within   six   years   from   such  date.   iRentai;- $100 per mile for the first   ���������  year,   and  $10  per   mile   Cor each   subse- <  quent year. Royalty, same as placer mln-   .  Ing   ~ ' '.,���������''  ���������-Placer Mining in the Yukon Territory. .  ���������Creek, river ,gulch and hill claims 6hall  not exceed 250 feet in' 'enpth,   measured  "r.n  the" base line or Spiral direction o  the creek or iulsn.-tnV'width being fr~n  iS To srioo *sp ���������*���������>��������� o^*- p1^*: claim;*  shall be 260 feet square."  , Clafcns are marked by two legal posts,  -���������SsVcf a pew mine is enWlea  "-^���������..ftt-jTi'j'enMih, und i?  VBCTORBA.B.C,/  It should be borne in mimd ta*4  every col3 weakens tile lungs, fencers the vitality and prepares the  system for the more serious diseases, among which are the two'  greatest destroyers of human life,  pneumonia and consumption.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has won its great popularity by its  prompt cures of this most common  ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves the lung* and opens the  secretions, effecting a speedy sad  permanent cure. It coantetmcts  any tendency toward pneumonia.  Price 25c, hurt* SIse 5������c<  Stupid.  rerdita���������It doesn't matter If this Is  the third installment of the story. The  synopsis is printed, tolling how the  first chapters went, so you can start  reading it from here. Penelope���������Yss;  but how stupid of them not to bars  the synopsiB tell how It ends.  The  Frlendai  Effte (Just engaged)���������What do yoo  think Edxvlu said last night? That if  lie had to choose either me or $10,000  lie wouldn't even look at tho mono/1  May (still waiting)���������Dear, loraJ fellow I  i' suppose he wouldn't llko t������ rlah tt������  teuiDtutlont..  Quotations submitted for Inserted Tooth, Shingle or other Solid Tooth Saws  and all kinds of repair work. Millmen everyxvhere are sending us "repeat'  business after. ONE trial. HOE.BITS AND SHANKS in all sizes kept in  stock at'lowest rates. ���������  BABY'S   OWN  SOAP  prevents    roug-hness    of   the  .kin and chapping".  Host for toilet and nursery use. 03B  AlBERT TOILET SOAP CO., Mfrs. MONTREAL.  gnBSBSBSBnBalSsBsssKBassnBI  The disi....  to a claim of l,0uu *.  the party consists of two, ������,.  gether, on the output of whicn no rw.  shall be charged,  the rest of the party  ordinary claims only.   '  Entry fee, $10. Royalty at the rate ot  .two and one-half per cent on the value  of the gold shipped from the Yukon To"r������  ritory to be paid to the .Comptroller. *  No free miner shall receive a grant OS  more than .one mining claim on each eep������  erate river, creek or gulch, but the same  miner may hold any number of claims  by purchase, and free miners may wortt  their claims in partnership by filing  notice and paying fee of $2. A claim maybe abandoned, - and another obtained on  the same creek, gulch or river, by glYinjr  notice  and paying a fee.  Work must be done on "a claim each,  year to the value of at least $200.  A certificate that work has been "doae>  must-be obtained .each year; If not, Uta>  claim shall be deemed to be abandoned' '  and open to occupation and entry by s>  free miner.      - .   . ,  The boundaries of a claim may be  to-  fined  absolutely    by  having   a    surnyr  made and publishing notices in the TuksuK  Official Gazette. " t  Petroleum.���������All  unappropriated Dominion  Lands in Manitoba.'the North-wast"  Territories and within the Yukon Territory are open to prospecting for petrol  eum,  and the minister may reserve  Catt  an individual or company    hvrlng   s������-  chlnery  on  the  land   to   be  prospected,  an area of 640 acres.    Shoulu the prospector discover oil In paying quantities,  and satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area not exceeding 640 acres, in  eluding the oil well and such other land  as' may bo determined,  will  be  sold  to  the  discoverer  at  the  rate  of  $1.00  aa  acre, subject to royalty at such rate no  may be specified by order-ln-council.  Department   of   the   Interior.   Ottawa.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of tho tatotuir.  Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke of  useful and ornamental  articles:,  Tea services  Pin tea  DnKlcctx  Cane Ch,ilr������  nnnilkerchicfu  Flower Pots  Umbrella JjUnd-i  Lunch ruskcM  Smoking JackcM  Silk Goodf.  GOLD FrSH  KincKt Htock of candies and fruits in town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  Tho Master Mechanic i Puro Tar Soap heals  and softens the skin, while promptly cleansing  it of grease, oil, rust, etc Invaluable for me  ohanlcs, farmers, sportsmen. Kree sample of  receipt of 2c. for postage. Albert Toilet Soap  Co., manufacturers, Montreal.  ��������� ,   i    <���������* THE KOOTENAYMAI'L  Signs of  ipring  CONVEY  A   WAKNl'NG "  that ccitniiViiilincntrji'gencnil  debility,  dyi-pep-ia. "r'heumii-  ��������� " lUni,   liver   complaint,   etc.,   ,   ,  '' need attention.  There  isn't  anything  better  than   a   bottle   of   our   own,,"'  ionic;  Hypophosphites  Made  of the" best drugs arid  carefully compounded.  Only $1 for a Big Bottle  GANADA DRUG &  BOOK CO.  ' -    ". /   MARRIED. ' ���������  Eoo.xii:-Bi:.x,xis���������At   the f.Mnnjc,    on  "    Wednesday, the 20th inst., by Rev.  ''     W.   0.   Ci'ilder,    William     Angiis  Kdunie to Clara .Maud Hamis.   :.  Local and General.  " ���������"'     ?j.'    .      i, ���������"  ,  .     ixlis.    Cliiid'xxiclc   got    10   year.-   for  forgeiy of'tho Ciiincgie notes. ,      '  Calg irycity i< s-olved   to   instill'a  civic lighting plant to co-:t $li0.000..  Trout Lake   is-again    opened   and  ,'traflic on the Lnrdcau b'rnnch resumeil  Fred Coimior isipicpniing to build  ' ,ii,t,xvo .-tuiy hoiii-e" on Tenth street  (p,l)Ctxvi'('ii Orton mid Rob������on avenues.  - E. 11. Lewis has puicha>cd thcJ lop-  good los-idence on< McKenzie Avenue  and will si.only move it, to his-lots on  Sixlh Street. ' ,  The ho'rto atlaclied. to   Hobson it  Bell'.-     delivery   rig   bolted   xvith it  TI nir-day and" smashed '"the rig to  piece.-. ,                       ...  1'iince Kilxx-nrd    Island   xvants   the  Doiuiniuii to constiuct a timm I   at' :i  c   cost   of   if 10,000.000,io  connect  the  island xvith the mainland.  . In view of the order of the railxxay  coiiunifcsioiicrs that they must equalise  rates on crdar and lir. the C P. li. say  they xvill raise the uites on fir.  Wo'jU on the 'Emlorby  coal- mines.-  ' in which "scvcinl Uevel-toke people arc  inU'ii'.-ted. has lesiiltcd in the development oi a .-elm of coal 20 ft. thick.  .1.  FiasiT. ' the   xvell-knoxvn   bridge  foreman, and .l.'Cnnipboll, luixe taken  up n much at. Salin"ii  Aim   and   in-  rtend planting out liOO ftuit trees. ���������    (  E. .1. Hang.-, of Arioxxhe.ul. is in the  ,   city hiring   men    foi    lbe    Big   .Bend  .Lumber Co. xxho are  increasing   theit  ���������Jinndt- in xiexv of a busy season.  Edna Hoppei has xxon tlie lliuie-  niuir suit in the .California conns  declaring void a xxill made outside  that .-t a to-by tt person domiciled theie.  At  the   meeting   of   the   licensing  committee on Friday   the   tran-ler  of  tlie license  for  the  Arrowhead Hotel  from li. J. Kerr to   Cnley   Bros.'   xvas  , granted.  Forty substantial , argiculturists  from Manitoba and the Territories,  who are selling out their farms at  wood figures xxith a view to settling in  Okauagan, arrived at Vernon on  Saturday. ,  A summons xxas issued a gurnet John  Doe at the instance   of the  Rossland  city'niithoritieu. J)oe has been solieit-  ing^iniong the lawyers and others tot-  legal blanks and other kind.- of_ job  .punting for an eastern  house ,in'con-  ��������� trax'ention of the bylaw.' ,   ,   ���������  , A nexv yard engine, So. il'aO, has  been iibiccd in commission in the  Itovelstoke yard, and tho former "goat",'  is to be sent to -Arroxvhead to handle  the cars for the lumber yards and the  lake transfers. , ���������   '     .  i  A benefit is being arranged in aid of  ��������� the Lnnib family, who are in distressed  ciieuiiistances" oxving to the illness of  the husband.'   No  do.ubt the citizens  ���������xvill gi\-e their best support to those  xvlio are promoting the entertainment.  ���������' At ii meeting'of the hospital board  Mondny arrangements were made to  open the hospital at Arroxvhead on  April'1st,, lb\ Hamilton having arrived to enter'on his duties. It xvas  decided to order the.furnishings, .surgical instruments and appliances nec-  cessary for the nexv hospital.  ���������' The municipal act xvill bo amended  authorizing cities to operate tele-  ���������phoncs, expropriate ' xvater ii nil'light  franchises, spend money in advertising attractions of cities, limiting voting on money bylaws to one man one  vote, 'extending city franchise, and  giving cities poxver to appoint a. member to police and licensing boards.  ii I'a'liitns on the C. P. Ii. struck  xvork this xveek. They have been  boarded .by special arrangement in  cars along the'track ,by"a contractor  who brings,his supplies,1 from n Vancouver xvholesalo house. They de;  miind their wage.- be piiid to them in  full and they be' allowed' to hoard  xvliere they xvish a'nd' make their oxvn  terms.      ,   ,   ��������� '      ' ���������   ���������   ."        "  hi the Eagle Pass the attention of  railway perinanent'way men has been  drawn for some time'tothe behaviour  of a mountain xvhich threatens to  follow the example of the great land  slide at Frank three' years ago. A  gie.it, crevice is opening in the mountain and is noticed to become wider  cach'yenr. ' ,'lt appears to he only a  matter of a short -time .before a big  slide will take place,' but whsxt direc-"  tion it will take or xvhether it xvill be  likely to injure the railway line is not  yet evident. ?  CHURCHES.  Economy  is all right, but it isn't .economy to look for Bargain Sales  when DRl/llS are required.  We iibu only the purest-drugs  xve can buy. and make the  , price1 as loxv as con-i.-teut  xxith i|iiality.  Absolute  Accuracy  i������ an absolute certainty if  you have your Prescriptions  compounded here, for our  large experience in dispensing enables us to do the best  work. Bring your Prescription n to the  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  G.  I).  BEATTIK, Proprietor.  Books, Toilet Articles,  Stationery.  Mi:tiiooi^t���������Service for the Sunday  School ' scholars. Subject: a. ni���������  '���������The Work of Jesus and 'a ' Lad." p.  in.. "Where did tlie -Sew-Testamcnt  Come From*?'' Special music': -Cello  Solo,,Mr. Hastings. Quartet, "Abide  With. Me,"' Mesdaiues Bews and Dent,  Messrs. Barber and Allum.  Sew Co.vcHixtATiox���������Tbe new con-  gtegation of the Presbyterian chinch  xvill meet tjmorroxv when service xvill  be held at Selkirk Hall at' 11 a. m.  and 7 30 p. in.,' Rev. Mr. Whyte, of  Pcaclil.ind. xvho is one 'of the ������mn������t  popular and siicces-ful 'organisei- m  church work in the ixest, will. preach  at"both service*. C"mmuiii<>nu ill-l-p  held at the morning serx ii e? riun'd.ix  scho jl at 2 ."iO p. m.  Si". A.N"t)Kt;w'-���������Thomas A. Rogers,  ex'iingeti-t. xvill conduct services to-  morroxv. Mr Roger* xvill also con-  duet a series of meetings during the  xveek beginning on Tuesday. vSpecia!  music.  At the iiioining service tomorroxv  the choir will sing special e'v.ingeliitic  mu-ic At tbe evening service Mes.-rs.  Rhodes and Keid xxill sing'������������������Saxeil by  Grace." Full chorus by the Ohoii^  ������������������'Zion.'  Why Suffer From Rheumatism?  Why sutler fnu:i rheumatism when  one application of Chamherl.T.in"s Pain  Balm xvill relieve the pain.'.' The  quick relief xvhich this liniment fiflord.-  makes^rest and sleep possible, and  that alone is worth many times its  cost. Many who have used it hoping  only for a short relief from rurfr ring  liave been happily surprised i-i rind  that after awhile the relief became  permanent. Mrs. V. H. Legged of  Yum Ynm. Tennessee. t'.S. A., xvritfr;.  "1 am a great -.urVerer from rheumatism, all ovpi- from head to foot, and  Chamberlain's Pain Balm is the. only  thing that will relieve the pain."' For  sale bv all druggist-.  Football.  The folloxving have' been elected  otlicers of the Jiexelatoke Football  Club for this sea.-.on . Prt-ident���������br.  Morrison. Vice-Pres.���������0. F. Lind-  mark. Captain���������.1. Lyons. Vicf-Capt.  ���������T. ffugh. Secretary���������W. Smythe,  Treasurer���������C. S. Dent. General foiu-  mittte���������M^-i-^r-i Morri-Joii. Annan,  Feeney, Allan.  Negotiations are on for. matches  xvith Kamloop", (loldcn, F.nderby and  Vernuii.  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary  Plumbing, Hot Water  & Steam Heating, Pipe Valve  Fittings, Tinning work of  all   Descriptions.  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures ������Jn*<" Put In. '  I Second Street, Revelstoke  IN 1898  1899  1900  1901  1902  1903  1904  Money has been niade in Revelstoke  Real Estate by Judicious Investors.  .The same opportunities exist-note"!  , as'havc existed during .the past seven  years, but it is a  foregone'conclusion '  that they will not exist much longer.  ,, There will always be money to'be.  made in real estate in this city by-the  man with thousands to invest, but the "  *'time is ;indeed "limited' when the man  with the smaH'"banlsvaccount and the  ' ���������'   v- ,',.���������'   ���������: ''.  wage-earner can invest his. savings to  1 ' '    j- i ,  such advantage and so'confident of a'  large and rapid increase of value and  profit.        v       -  r        <  ��������� ��������� Rie'hi  now  is the'time to "'in vest.  , O i  'Don't   wait   until' building   starts,, if  '   you, do   you    will    surely, regret.,it.|  tr There will be more building this,year-  ,.    than many year of" Revclstoke's his-  toi'v.  'The   Revelstoke,-Land,'Com-  i     ������ l        ���������     ' "        ���������   1 ���������-<!'  '    pany   own   the   choicest  .rcsidential-  propeVty  in-the  city'and  offer-it oh"  ', terms   of" payment , extending   over-  three years.  "    ���������        '������������������" ���������   *"e  ' ' '    <t f  Address their agents either by mail  ' ' or personally. l They will give you  *   full'information and treat-you right. , ,  f    ^1  .   -.  REVELSTOKE -INSURANCE AGENCY  .';SOLE';AG"E"rJTS^:*.;;:V  REAL   ESTATE , '[\ ; INSURANCE  ���������  BOARD   INSURANCE  t x (.  Means-a combination for-obtaining high '  rates.    The  ' INDEPENDENT    COMPANIES  which offer' insurance   at   fair   rates   are  represented by-  H. N. COURSIER  HOUSES BUILT  To suit in any part of the city, on  EASY PAYMENTS  Call on D. McCarthy,  TBTIIRID   STBBET.fi  TRY OUR  SMOKED  SHOULDERS  ' 10c PER LB.  KNIGHT & CO.  VEKNON,  R. U. ,  * -  YODO FUJI  , h.-i> reopened a  RESTAURANT  on iMelveii'/.ie Avenue.  Open Day and Night. First-Class Service-  ���������  ].">7lc  BRICKS! BRICKS!  .The Best Cl.iy in Okiinagan'Viilley.  Well-hnrnt Bricks in lnrge or ������niiill  iiuantities ati'e.-tboniihle |>iiees.  IiNDRUBY BRICK & TILE" CO.,  fXM)jfl7 Iindi'i'liy, B.O.  "F"r"R,*E"  Wood,    Now   is the time to  get your wood.    Place'  your orders and have them delivered early in order that  you may have it piled and dried in good season.  Wc have ii few loads that have lieen piled nil xvinter and  are now dry, $2.00 per load xvhil������ it lasts.  GREEN MILLWOOD iS  Telephone your orders, write them or call at ouroflice.  BOWMAN LUMBER Co.  NOTICE.  The partnership hcietofore existing  lietxveen .1. Gniletto and B.C.Gallo luis  I his day heen dissolved by mutual  sonsent. All accounts due to the firm  up to that date are payable to .1.  Gniletto, and all accounts incurred  otter that date xvill be payable to-.l.  Gallo.  Persons having accounts against the  firm up to date of dissolution of the  partnership are requested to render  same. ' '  .I.GUILKTTO,  U. 0. GALLO.  Revelstoke, March 15th, HK)5,        017tf  IF yon want good xvork done in  House, Carriage Painting" or Decorating:  call on  \D. BRILL ,\  Paper Hanging a .Specialty.  Douglas strei t,   ���������    next, II. Noedham's--  oke. j:S!> ftp xv  Tugs, Launches fob sale  OH  Yachts, Scows i hartek  WAINE, ALEXANDER & CO.,  Ship and Machinery Brokers,  321 Cordova St. West, Vancouver, B. C:   "   ���������''   ' ������   LUMBER FOR SALE  Lumber of all kinds at reasonable-  piiees, Prompt delivery guaranteed-  Leave orders at Lawrence's Hardware-  Store.  F. .JULIAN,  32tc Greely Creek Lumber Milt  Notice.  XoLicu In hereby ������lvon Unit tlie iim-lnci-ship  heretofore milwlHllnKlielxx-ecii Henry J. Bourne  mid Frank H. Ilonnie iindor the name of  "Doiirne Hi-oh", hh nierehiiiitu, was cliKsolx-ed on  the 11th day of .Mnreh, Inal.  All tlnblHoxvliiK to the said iNirtiiuniliip lire  to ho paid to tho miid Flunk H. Konrue and all  clniniH nualnst the rin.it! iiartiierHhip xvill bo  KOttlcd by tho said Frank II. Bourne.  The bUHlncHs In future will be carried on  under the niiiue of "Bourne Bron". xvith Frank  If. Uotirno iih hole member of tlio firm.  Dated nl IlBVolHtokc, B, C. this '-'3rfl day of  March. A. D., liKJS.   ���������  (138iiZ2 KHANK H. BOUltNK.  W. A. McDonald;  PLASTERER <fc BRICKLAYER  REVELSTOKE  The only first-class plasterer in town..  Let me know your requirements.   A.  Carload of Lime just imported. A Carload of Brick under order.  NOTICE.  N'  OTICE IS HEREBY  GIVEN that thirly   dnyH nfler date xve intend to apply to tho.  Chief Commissioner of Lands and worltH for a.  special license to out and-carry away timber-  from the folloxving described lands in West-  Kootenay district:���������  Beginning at, a post planted at Deep Wntor-  Landing on the Northeast Arm marked ','Dig'  Bond Lumber Company's north-east corner-  post," thence xvest 100 chains, follow!eg tlie-  hike shore, tlionce south 40 chains, thoncc cast)  1(K) chains, thence north iO chains to point of:  commencement  f������iap 28    BIG BEND LUMBER CO., Ltd..


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