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Array ---/���������* c  ft/  ^3SB  y; ii -i1-?  Vol. 4,-No. 51.  KEVELSTOKE, WEST. -KOOTENAY,   R C, APRIL  9, 1898.  32.00 a Year.  RIVER BANK QUESTION  MR.    SEMLIN'S    SPEECH    IN  'THE  '    HOUSE   ON ' THIS   MATTER.  Revelstoke to the front in the. Legislature--Big1 discussion on river  bank���������A review of the correspondence, the result���������The missing  letter produced.  \  'b.  ���������The protection of the river  bank  ;it,  RevelsLoke   claimed   considerable    attention  from   lhc   Legislature   during  the budget debate.   Mr. Senilin, leader  of tli������ opposition, discussing it remind-  '   ed the meiiibeisof the House thnt Revelstoke   was   ;i   flourishing   town   the  property  in   which   had   considerable  viilne.   A large  portion  of  thit  land,  valuable, enough to have found  inconsiderable portior. of Ihe fund necessary  '    for the  pioter-Lion/of  the  river bank  and preservation of the (own had been  .  washed away; and that destruction had  been watched for years bv the government without any alteuipt to an est il  re they holding they had no responsibility  in the matter.  Duriii}; the" season  of 1S9G  Lin:  Dominion   Government,   had   placed  the  'sum of $10,-500 upon their estimates for  preserving ' the   hanks conditional  on  the Provincial  Government   contributing a  like   amount.   This' happened  toward the latttei- part- of LSOG hut.  the  Finance Minister had  stated   he   had  never heard'of  ..hi- action ' until Jan.'  .   12, '07. when  the  Dominion   Engineer  wrote   asking   what    th������i    Provincial  , Government   intended   to-   do.     Mr.  Seinliu  pointed "out   that' the - notice  that the  Dominion   Government, had  made this conditionar grant  had   been  .  spread all over the country and all who  took an   inten-st in ' Provincial  affairs  ,, had seen it and   knew  the  conditions  attaching to it.    Yet in thc face  of all  this the. Finance MinL-tei had informed  '"   the House  that it   was  not   until   he  received the notice fioin tlie Dominion  Engineer on January 12t li that he knew  the Dominion Government h;-.d 'taken  such .action.    The  Piovineial   Govern1-'  meii.Vreply  was   significant.    It   did  not consider thai, Ihe government" of  The Province   had   any.  responsibility,  ,��������� wil h respect to the hank,'and the  protection of the town of Hevelstuke- was  purely a matter for the Dominion.  i'  Mr. Seiuliirthen spoke at  length  on  ' thu cor rcspondence  contained   in   the  ret urn on   the   matter.    Hc'enlaiged  ,  upon the Finance Minister's >*liiLi'ineiiL  that- he had not heaul of the action  of  the  Dominion   until  the  middle of   a  busy session, yet they had the   records  of the House  to show that the  B. O.  Government   had   correspondence   on  the matter as early as January   V2, '97,  and that, the House did not  meet  Ihat  year until February.    He sarcastically  asked the Finance Minister, what busy  session he referred to?   It was  clearly  not a. session of the 1 Legislature,   however, it might appea r( so from   the eor-  lespondence.    Mr. Semlii)'commented  upon the fact that the correspondence  between Messrs. Tartu and Turner' became more acrimonious and one  could  not read  the  correspondence  and  not  he struck with the lack of fairness "and  courtesy shown   by  Finance  Minister  Turner.      The   finance    minister    the  members should i (-member had neglected to   meet  the  overtures  of  the������Do-  ' minion and when they at Oltawa  had  to strike the l$10,500 from ther estimates  1 the Fill.nice Minister of the  Province  sought to place  the  responsibility for  his own  action   upon  the  Jlinister of  Public Works.    Then when he saw  he  hadmade a mistake iu not meeting the  'Dominion Government he visited Revelstoke-and  told   the   people   he   bad  changed ' his ( opinion   and   considered  the Province was responsible.   >  Hon. Mr. Turner���������-I deny that.  Mr. Senilin replied the denial did not  very much   mutter,   he   had   certainly  led the people of Revelstoke to   believe  that such was the case.    He then   read  thu  letter from   Hon. Mr.  Turte and  Hon. Mv. Turner's  reply  and   in   commenting  on   that   reply   .said   it   wns  evident that so long as (he member*, of  the present cabinet retuiiied control ol  affairs  in   British   Columbia   so   long  would the Province fail (o teccive  due  consideration from the Dominion Government.  If such proved (o hu ihe case  it would be altogether due to the manifest ill-nature of the Finance  Minister  and the members of  bis cabinet.    The  whole trouble between (lu* two governments was precipitated by the Finance  Minisler of the Province al tempt ing to  give Minister Taite  of the   Dominion  Goveriiinenl a   school-mistress,  lecture  upon manners.    He had taken tlie   undignified cotir.se of atl pting to   read  the Dominion Minister :i' lecluie upon  manners and sacrificed lbe interests oi  tbe Province to tin* gratification of his  personal spleen. Jn (���������nimting^he cost  of Ibis action Mr. Hemlin Siid thai it  would probably aiiioiini ((, Hie Province having lo siiind Hie full cost of  the woik. ' !,  Several   oilier   ineipbers  fo;,k up the  question,   notably Messrs. Macpherson  and Cotton.   '  Re the missing letter in the correspondence with which the Mail bad  l In- pleasure of supplying the legislature, it. also proved a subject of interest to the House, but space will not  allow it being dealt with this week  more than to say that hy the Vicioria  Times' report Pieinier Tinner was  surprised that it was not included.  Kellie's Koptenay Kow.  It was a Kootenay man, J. Fred  Hume, who made the motion of a  want of confidence in the government.  Kootenay, above any other district in  the province, has leason to be dissatisfied with the present state of things.  Our surplus is tif no u-.e to the country. The debt continues to glow, and  debt, as cveiyone knows, means taxation. ? Tnosc, too, 'who who pay most  revenue must naturally pay most taxation, and so Kootenay is calculated  to pay the piper fib- bad government,  financing, and generosity to pap fed  and somewhat iinnece-ss.-iry constituencies.  Ministers try  to ,jii,ike light of Kellie's Kootenay Kow, bul their jokes do  not hide the seriousness of the inattei  to West Kootenay.     It is being yearly  bled and allowed insufficient icpteseiiL-  ation   lest   it   .should   make   its  voice  heard too loudly in protest. ' The-pro-  cess of milking this district i.s not only  going    on    but    i.s   expected  to  continue.'as  witness   the   new   estimates  which   anticipate     that,   in   the.   next  fiscal year miner s'   licenses   will realize  $175,000. and  general   mining  receipts'  $105,000, a totiil on ' miners'   wages and  mine   owncts' .profits   of   $3-10,000,  or  nearly one. fourth   of the expected revenue of this province  from all sources,  or   an'amount   equal    to   one   third  of the, revenue received fiom  all   ](ll.,*il  sources,    such'  as   real estate and personal    piopcrly   taxes,   revenue taxes,  lumber rovallies, etc., etc.,.    The   mining "-eel ions "must,  rally  in   defense of  their industry ancl   demand equality of  taxation. ,  THE  CHINESE-JAPANESE   CLAUSE."  Interesting  Debate on. a Local   Rail-  ���������       way Bill.  , Duncan Lake Gol'd Commissioner.  .Provision is madi. in the estimates  for a new uold commissioner at Duncan Lake. This, is reported 'to have'  been ollered to Mv. Fauquier, of Nakusp,' probably in aloncineiii. for his  treatitienf/'of last winter. The muuili-  cent, sum to induce the new gold coin-  iiiissiouer (o reside in lbe .solitudes ot  Duncan Lake is $125 per month, not  neai-ly,so good as $1.3()>\vith RcveNtoke  comforts anil society. If this new  oflice is ,-irra'nged for Fauquier's promotion he doubtless feels extraordinarily well pleased at. such generous  lecognition of his sei vices.  The most storing part of the report,  about, this- new ofTiceis t hat the govei ntnent intends Ui create u new mining district with ������headquarteis at  Duncan Lake���������the new gold commissioner' must have something to, administer��������� and it will include the  inining divisions of. Lardeau and Trout.  'Lake, now tributary to and closely  connected with the Revelstoke office.  Hade and people. The Mail gives  this only as.i i-epoit, hut lest there he  any atom of foundation for it, il  should be checked ���������in time and the  Board of Trade have already moved in  tbe matter.  In the discussion of the Arrowhead  it Kootenay railway bill in the House  on Tuesday, Mr. Macpher-on, Opposition, moved to insert the anti-Chi-  no*-e-J,ipan<-s(- clause:- No Chinese or  Japanese person shall be employed in  the construction or operation of the  undertaking hereby authorized, under  a penalty of five dollai-s per-blny foi;  each and every Chinese or Japanese  person employed in emitraveurion of'  this section, to lie recovered on complaint of any person under the provisions of the " Summary Convictions  Art."-      , ,       ' <M  Mr. Hunter, Government, vigorously  opposed the'incorporatjon, of the new:  .section.      Mr.     Forster,      Opposition,  favored the clause.    Hon.   Mr.   Turner  thought ,it  a   serious   thing   for, this  province   Lo   pass such    legislation  as  pointed against a >i'rie,ndly   nation, the  .Japanese, even i if   it.  seems  to   be to  ,ourdisadv;uitage,   we   should,   for the  good of empire, crive way in this matter.'  Mi-. Seinlin,  Opposition,   would  discuss t-with   the   leader   of the government   the   isMje   of   the   good  of the  empire.    lie   reminded   the   House of  American-  legislation on   this  matter,  and said it'-'was  necessary  we have in  tliis province a population which cmld  compete in all matters with that of the1  United  States.     For  the good  of the  empire it was necessary  we should not  do  anything   to   exclude or make less  desirable the immigration from eastern  provinces or the  old  country, and the^  encouragement    of     Japanese   .immigration   wo'nld   do   this,'   as   it would  swamp   the  labor  market,   of   BiiLbh  Columbia  with  cheap labor and  prevent   white   people   coming    in.      He  favoied inserting the clause.  Mr.   Kennedy,   Opposition,    favored  Ihe cl.iu-e.  Mv. IXiggins, Opposition,.favored the  (la use. * ,  , Hon. Mr. Martin, Goveriiinenl,'opposed (he insertion of the clause in tlie  bill. By the leport quoted Mv. Martin  said: I have had all kinds of men on  my ranch. I have had men from On-  tai.io, the pro\ ince' where some'iif the  bonoiable gentlemen, came from, and  I'got Ibem veiy cheap. Some of- them  weie very good men indeed, but the  best man I ever bad on my raneli^ was  a Chinaman, who worked for $15 per  month. _  This i Iosed the debate and the clause  was* adopled upon a yote without a  show of hands.  Mi'. Sword inserted the security  clause and it was repoi Led complete  wiLh amendments. ' The company  have three years to build.  The second reading of the Coal  Mines Regulation Act, prohibiting the  employment underground of Japanese  ni well as Chinese, was carried by 17  Loo. 'The five wnw Turner, M.-utin,  lingers*, Bryden and Hunter.  KEYSTONE MOUNTAIN.  Very Promising' Reports" From   This  Coming, Camp.  Messrs. Wilcox and Rumens, who  have been all winter woiking the Carbonate Chief claim, on Keystone  Mountain weie in town this week.  They have done over 200 feet of work,  tunnel and ciosscut, and are highly  pleased with the icmiIL of their work.  Their crosscut on the, lead is ill) feet  and they have not yet got, the width  of the ledge. ' Everyone thought this  ledge-the Carbonate Chief lies two  claims west of A hi ahauisou's Snow-  hh-d���������Lo be of great, size by the capping, and Messrs. Wilcox and Rumen*'  work proves it lo be so. 'There L. a  inosL'pioinising prospect, before Key-_  stone,, Mountain and 'it will yet, rank17  with the, best rumps in Lhc country if  it gels transportation facilities.  Alex Mcintosh is working away on  the Keystone claim, and, it. is reported,  with very promising results.  '     'Local and Personal Briefs.  S. Bnllegaard is still confined to Llio  house.  -  W. Holmes came up from Ferguson,  'oti'-Tlnusday.  Mr.*,. F. Saunders returned from  Glacier, Thursday.   ���������  W. Ctildwell, of Donald, was in town  for a few days this week.  "Easy    running,     noiseless     sewing  machines at Coursier's.       .        o  '   Miss   Alice   Norlhey    i.s   expected  bac-i*: from Piyssl.md to-day. '  Constables I.ieUae niid'Shaw reLiiiii-  ed^fioin the west Thursday,morning.  Piev, Mr. Ford i.s much better and  will soon be able to occupy his pulpit.  , Fred. Fraser, .J. P.. came in fi.nn  Albert Canyon, Good Friday morning.  , A number of the. men employed on  llie canyon work wer.������ down Sunday  last.   " u        ������      '  s     ��������� o  , W. G. Birney is starting Lo build a  cottage lesidence, on Douglas Street by  tlie. skating rinlc.  Miss Walker, of Anow hcjad, got  back froni the coastrTuos'lay-and went  on south next day.       ,        .". ',' '  P. M. Slriy and family, of Comapli'x,  have, been at the Central pint, of the,  week on their way to California.  School. Mr. TlioiiiHnsoi, hopes ' to  shortly make a Liip into Dig Bend and  promises <o come without leggings.  C. 13. MacLeau is going to put in  new bar fixtmes in Mr. Stone's hotel,  which is shortly to change its name,  that will equal anything in the province. The design , is \ery elaborate  nnd particulars will be given later.  Thomas Johnson, who has been  head fitter at Nakusp for the C. JJ. It.  for tlie. last, twelve months, and pioneer  fitter for Revelstoke, lias"~gone to  Donald wheie Iks will wru-1: iii the C  P. R. shop.���������Golden Km.  The LS97 issue of tlie lievelstoke  ciLy directory lias been received. ' Il  is a most creditable and useful publication ^-ind thf- map of llie townsite  accompanying it is very serviceable.  Mr. PoLtipieec show.-, commendable  *e,:s..oi-p;--iiiG=i.i=pii!*!is!ii!ig tliis work aud  judging from the, patronage received  the public appreciate it fully.  News has been received of the. sad  death by accident of Jake Thompson  on the Ciow's >.est, Pass line. J,Ie is  brother of Hubert, Thompson at the  sawmill and leaves a son owing wife  and two children in town.' The body  is believed to be on its way home for  burial. The M.vir, extends its deepest  sympathy to the bereaved family.  OUR NORTHERN DOOR  PROSPECTIVE    ACTIVITY    IN  BEND   THIS   YEAR.  BIG  A new company floated���������Other.- oper-  ���������    ations expected���������The outlook good  Improved transportation necessary  ���������The railway question���������Big Bend,  route and Revelstoke'conneetion.   ���������  The Board of Trade.  'A special genei;al meeting of the  Revelstoke Board of Trade look place  Thursday evening, President I Learn in  the chair. Present, Messis. Haig,  Wells, Abrahamson, Taylor, McKechnie, Biewsier, Wilson, Hi own, Atkins,  and C. E. Shaw, secretary!  On ballot, Messrs. Phipps, Curtis,  tlrogan, Mullock, Doyle and Tapping  weie elecled members, and the special  general meeting adjoin ned.  The first quarterly general meeting  followed, minutes of Ihe last general  meeting were read and appmved. A  financial statement* rendered allowed  $2.10 owing Ihe Board iu t\-i'>.  The president, in a neat, speech,  asked members io firing forward matters of general or particular int.-iv.-t  that might guide (he council iu future  actions, and lie outlined what the  council had already done. The question  of sewage disposal, h!jK Bend wagon  toad, mining recorder at Trout, Lake  City, und rumor of a new di.-tiiet io  include Trout Lake were all taken up,  discussed and action taken. .Improvements to river, recreation ground  and. chamber of mine-, matter*, were  also dealt with; re ihe' r������-cie,i!iori  ground a public nice!mi: to elect  trustees was decided ou.  Tbe chub man of Ihe joint commitlee  mi mines and ma mi fart tries and l'i i-itrht  ivtideied ,iu excellent lepoi t on the advantages of the Big JJ,.,,.] ,,,���������,,, |(1,  the prior considei.Kion of ||1(_. |),1V.,,,,.  ("reek Railway t'o. in buddim-. to the  pioperties of the p.ntie.s interested,  ll bibl-ed u lib Mini,,| ,u junienl-  I eceiv ed colisiiii i.ilije i ,. ,[,., .  lueellliu   adjoin lied.  A Splendid Meeting.  A   veiy   enthusiastic and  successful,  meeting, of   the   Revelstoke   football  players took   place in   the  hall of Firt-  Uept. No. 2 ye&lerday evening.    It was  resolved to form a club'lo be called the  Revelstoke Football Club, and further  agieed t hat it compeLe  for  (he Martin  chalb-nge cup.   Colors of thccluh,gray  trimmed with1 blue. The following have  been   enrolled :- J.' G."Allen,   Ti. R. Atkins J* A.. Bii iH'v, IT. C.   Din,  E.   Ed-  w.uds, G. II. I'bty, A. R. Fra.se:,  A. K.  .Jackson. W. H. Lemhke. C. R..McDon-  ald,   G. \V.  McTavisb,   II,  Slimui, W.  Smythe, Roy Smythe, T. 13. L. Taylor,  13.   H.   Thoi-ne,   R.   A.  Upper; officers  wi-vi-  elected  as  follows: Hon. Prest..  Win.   Cowan:   Prest.,   H.  J. Bourne.  Vice  Prest., H. A. Upper; Scc.-Treas.  B.   R.   Alkiiis; Captain,  T. K. L. Taylor: 1st Vice Captain, J. G. Allen ; 2nd  vice  capLain, -A.   1<]. .Jackson.    Executive   and   Selection   ( omuiit lee :���������The  captain> aud   vice-capLaiiis, Messrs. 0.  F. F. Taylor. E. ll.Thorne, E. f-alwaids,  Hoy Smythe.    M"iiil.ership fee for the  season was made .$:*!.  Willi thanks for use of hall I he meeting adjourned lo meet same place next  Friday evening, S p. m. The coinmil-  lee will then present bye-laws U'v adoption. All football pjayers or those anxious to help the game aie gladly invited lo be present to enroll themselves,  lievelstoke i-, aftei that cup!  Walter Scott., J. P., of lllecillewaet,  came down Tuesday e.eiiing and remained in town till Thursday.  J. I. Woodruv., local manager for .J.  Pi. Hull it Co., weni into Trout Lake  City, Wednesday, on ,'i business trip.  " John D. Boyd 'got in Sunday to take  up the liig LJe'.-d m.iils.v He, made  from Cmnes.to town in about seven  hours.  George Sumner will probably get  the appointment of*  Mining   Recorder  A    petition    has . been  ano  'i lii-  Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Leiidrum arrived  List night from their long triptothe  old rouulrv. 'They visited the whole  of the British Isles*, P.uis, and othei  places. Mr. Lendr-um says British  Coluiiibia is well lo (be front in London and that KloudyUe is no(, m il  with Kootenay. He spoke v.-iy I'av-  oialiiy about Revel -toke's future, and  cvjicris considerable building ou his  company's towusiie Ibis year. .Several  wealthy people have been interesled  iu x I a i ��������� pioperly. and he -ays I be  v. hole lown is mosi. |'.i\ ora b]y spoken  of .-ibro.nl. lie i*. more than c\ er impressed with the importance of Rev-  elsloke.      He,lllil   M 1 -.  Lelldl Mill ,11 c a I  th'   if.-vel-t-ike a nd   will   i ������������������iii.i iii   unlil  '1 iiesd.iv.  at    Jj.iKleau.  sent in for him.  a  The Salvation Army lasses aie  thoroughly in earnest and are already  haul at worlc. They promise lhede.il  a hig\sci':ip in this town.  R. E. Hodgins airi.cd Monday  night from his three and a half months  vacatioirin the I3.isL. He is back at.  C. IV. Hume it Co.'s stoie.   L  Mis. Whitney i-oturned from i\loot,o-  niiii, SumLy, accompanied by Mr. and  Mis."While.    They   all   pio'ceeded   Lo  Victoria Tuesday evening.  ���������**-  Calgary people aro expected shortly  at lllecillewaet to look at Lbe Jumbo  claim anil if they like it it will be purchased and worked all season.  Why does the British Columbia  Review, London, say tlie mining re-  cot der's ollice at Jicvclstoke. is vacant.  The incumbent is XV. G. Paxton.  Pete Arena was here tin's week from  Swansea, on the Crow's Nest Railway  Hue, aud went on to Kamloops wheie  he had some law case, to attend to.  Fii-e. destroyed Ben .Green's huuso.it.  Illccillowm't last week. The occupants  bad some (lillicultv in gelling out uu-  injured, but happily uo one was hurt.  A s,id item of news is the death of  R. A. Jones at Vancouver. Mi. Jones  was operator here tlie early part of last  summer und was a social member of  Can I Mb licgbie 1. O. F.  Tlionip'uii \i. L. Taylor's brother,  Mr. 0. I'. F. Taylor, 'armed fiom  England, Thursday. Thc Mail hopes  he will decide Lo reside in Re.eisinko  and make it Jiis home for a while.  Sponge Racks and all icquisitcs for  the bat ir and toilet���������The McDowell,  At kins Win son Co., Thc  Revelstoke Station.  - Spring Millinery Opening.   ������  Wednesday was opening day at ll.  N. Coursier's millinery department  and a largo crowd availed themselves  of the lirst opporLuniLy to view, Lbe  latest novelties in.ladies spring'goods.  There were rustic.straw sailor haLs in  satin and shot eli'ects with plain velvet  and plaid i bands,' a, large variety of  fancy(shapes to be trimmed ' to order,  delicate chiflons in man} shades, plain  and doLced veilings in the new colors  anda display of, feathers with flowers  in all the lale.st tints for stylish hat  decoration. c  In capes, as in many other ai tides  of wear, gieen predominates and neat  and dressy finish is the tendency, however some,very elaborate tilings in this  line arebsbown - in1 silk ��������� and ' satin  materials with ' lace trimmings and  shoL ami brocaded silk linings.  Many handsome. novelLics 'in ' bells  are displayed along with dres goods in,  It/ O ij  'pleasing harmony,''and with "these "are  liiU'i'tningled tho new" plaid velvets  which are. *,very rich in ,'efl'net. The  i ange. of dress goods is complete and  though description is impossible we  might, say that plaid efl'ecLs seem Lo  hoid'their own,,and in this line green  also takes pioininehce with shots well  to the front; fancy grass clot lis a'ncl  dotted and figured muslins have a  place. A most, extensive range of  p.uasols and umbrellas ,in plain colors  and combinations v\i(,h quaint and  pretty handles aie exhibited ii>  quantity to alone, make,an exceedingly  inteiesting display. Tiie line of white  wear.is complete, .having been purchased fiom the best house in the. trade.  As Mt. Coursier's stock of American  blouses aud wrappers along with inb  ported laces and many novelties aie  yofc to arrive, a second opening may be  looked forward to for an early date.  A special feature at this opening  was the'elaborate and tasteful arrangement, of good-*, in the display window  which received the admiration of every  passer-by, from the lady of fastidious  fancies to the hauly mountaineer.  [t is evident from (his well managed  department of Mr. Coursier's that tlie  ladies of RevelsLokc can aL home  obtain all their spring necessities in  up-to-date style.  The Matl has  received   information"  from a private  -source  that   Mr.' 'E. C.  Erb-loh;  of the London  &  B.  C. Al-  li-m'ce Syndicate,    London,   England,.  ha,s   floated   a   company, there wi'th a  capital stock of ������2")0,(KK), or .������ 1.250,000.  This company 'intends,   so it is said, to  operate very  largely  in Big Bend (his  year,   and    with    the   jpiospects   Lhey  have,   with   every   probability of success.     Their  property'in   Big B.-nd i-?  partly'developed   and , some   undeveloped in Ground   Hog Basin, and those  claims  upon   which    work   has-   been  done   give    every  ' promise   of   good  values   being   had.' ' lib view   of this ,  good news, the anticipated  operations  of   the' French   Creek   Hydraulic Co.,  the continued   working  of the"'Carnes .  Creek   Consolidated    Co.,    the   laige ���������  work  promised   by the opertion of.fthe  new- Orphaii   Boy 'Syndicati1*: and the"  extensive and encouraging work being  and lo be done-hy^ (h'ivate individuals,  it looks as  if   Big-Bend   will   be   the  scene of unusual  activity  this sea.son,  andiif so a very , l.irge   trade   will   he  done will-, the camp.    .The, only   difficulty is   Llie   transportation;   -it is not  good enough  and'is* a drawback tn Hie* ,  development of the camp.     iLisvery  necessary Lo assist  these companies in  .every possible legitimate  way and (he  best v'vav to do* this  is  by working for- ���������"  improved transportation.      ��������� b   '    '  "The  wagon  road.hi the canyon head  must., bi   secured  and   the.. Dominion   '  guyei-rimentiiniis-l   be made^to' under- .  stand that it i.s  necessary  to the opening of a  good stretch'of river that a  respectable appropriation is necessary. ���������  Roth of these improvements might be    -  said to be  in   sight   imd' it  should be  , ���������  seen Lo'tbaL they are secured. '. ���������  Though these-facilities areohlypre-   <_.  cursors.of the railway, they are,   how-"*"  ever,   invaluable    in ., developing .."the  trade Lo the 'point   where   railwnyven-  terprise   is*   needed,   and in-Big Bend,'-  vvith 'the   piospect    thei*e   is'. of such  huge operations and the production of  large''quantities   of   shipping ore, an  opening exists for  railway building, as  gntid,   if   not,   indeed,   better than in  most parts- of this  district.   Tiie route     ,  is generally reported lo bu easy of construction and  presents no engineering  difficulties; it   runs   through a defined  mineral belt,- ancl  farther on  into the '  great gold field*-of the north. Already  ��������� Political Rumors.  Di uggbt.s,  o  l.ivc  Mv. J. M. Markinnon, president, of  the Golden ' Cache1 .Mines is reported  lo he willing lo contest West Lillooet  in I he opposition interests. It,is thought  that lbe' leporl, i- I rue. Hon. I'vcd  Ayhnerwill probably be a candidate  in lbe opposition inleresj, for X. 13.  Kootenay. Mr. WolKj he lumberman  of Palliser is also .likely to come forward, being eager lo try conclusions  with any, govei nmenl candidale. A  convcul ion    will   most  likely   be   held.  In 13as| Lillopel, like Noi ih-Kn.-t  Kootenay, I her; is no difficulty iu gel- i (l''slil*>'  ling opposition r.-ludidalcs, there being j  no less i ha ii ( hi ec in lhc Held, Mr-. .1.  I), l'l ('III ice, llian.lg.'i of t he Cill.idi.-ili  Western Ranching Co.. Mr. I). Murphy, barrister, W. F. Go.e, in.main r  of I he'Bridge Itiver .Mining Co. A  convention is being arranged.  In Caribou, lbe opposii ion cindi-  dales will be Major General Kinchart  and   Iln*   w.-il   known     mining   man,  quite   a   developed  carrying  trade1" is  assuiccl, with   evidences  of an  annual  increase.   A splendid'connection at the <  point''of comuiencemeiiL,   the 0. P. R.  main line at Revel-stoke,   can"he made  and it should .be  remembered that this'  point,   is   tlie   most   important on the-,  'Canadian Pacific sye-lem   between Calgary and the coast.    The  probabilities,  are, too. that in a few .years it'might  have connections at the nonhei n end,  with,   perhaps,    (mother gte.it trunk  line'-running  into  the .Yukon  over a  route entirely Canadian. *- ,.  There are two railway charters all  but giiinjed over this route, 'and if  theirowner.smean business, if tbey wish  to advance their own interests as well  as the count ry's. and wish to take most  advantage of the privileges they are ,  getting, an early date will see one or  the other of them ,*u work building  sections   of their   road   into   the   Big ���������  Bend. Willi a railway norLliwaids  inside of five years Revelstoke would  he the cent) e of (he mining itidustiy,  not on tiie I'ii time of it. and be the most,  important town in th<> interior. Evciy  "fVort should be made' to'seciuethe  commencement of these railroads  j front Revelstoke to the north. That  inoilherii   door  opens  to  RcveKtoke's  I  Arrowhead Pointers.  !!  H*  ..nn.  Thev   ai e  .".iu e win-  will  for  bigll  : and  ci eel  their  The Chinamen, it is   repealed,  been requested to move fiom the  giouud ikii th of  the railway Inn  it is iikelv that  the C. I\  11  a number ot' cottages   then  employees.  W. Tliiiiiilinson, of New Denver,  who is well know n to quite a few  people in Kevelstoke letiirued Monday  nighl fi-uiii a (luce mouths couise iu  minei.ilogv.  liiholng*)    al  I fa ti  nei's.  In South-Ens',    fvooteuay, if a seal is  made I bei e, I be   Hon.   Col.   Baker will f  pi oba blv hav ������������������ to   meet    William   Bail-,  lie.   editor   of     lbe    Full     Sleele     Plos-  pecloi'.     Gel   I bei c.  H'lilli  , I  eology.    chemistry    and  the    Kingston     Mining  BONN.  Nr.w man. --At Ai Mm head, on Sum)  A pi il ���������">, th" wife nl' Geo. T   Ni  til.Ill   111' .1 SOU  Hiyri ii'inc'K At Re.clsiol.i, on  ne-da v, .\pi il (!, the -\ ife or  I'eLt iniece of a sou.  j Mif. H. L. John-toil, u bo irecntly recently siisl.cini il iuj.ii ie*. hy ase.eie  fall, has now completely recovered.  .Mis-.* A .lojui-mi. lately ii-n,rncd  fioin -i'i". elsioke Hospital, i- al-ocn  the mend.  Aiiuthi-r new- .���������.���������.-.idem located here  Si,ml,iv *-*i -tin to Mi". ,ind Mr-. Geo. T.  N'i'i-.iji.ili, ui   the  PusLolIice. sslcire.  Ciiiv .\*.*-ib:i.:.i '. '- again a' (he  La!s,i-i h",-.. H,<- -av s ] j.jnl.-.in i-'a l;i tb*  too C|iii>'t a:. ! be c.*j"i -t.iy ,:way ft mil  tb..'- city.  S"wial claim own.-is are now heie  getting i-.ulv lm an c.uly st.itt developing their proper tie- on the Lake  Sboie. Tih'i i- will In* considerable  mining tbii" .iionnd and near .Vn ovv-  llead tin- stmimer.  Wed  I������    P.  , I'.it a '.'. -I' i sp.iiijre a! a cheaji |->r*ice  ( iro to Tne Mcf'oweli. Atkins. Watson  1 Co.. Tin- Diiigg'si-. l!c\'-l'-iol:'-Si-iii' n. PAGE  THE KOOTEXAV MAIL,  Hbe IRootena^ flfcaf I  Pp'HUSHKD EVERY SATU1.DAY  ! .-.vr-  ' EEVSLSTOKE. B.C.,  ���������HY���������  'ATKINS & l-.mPUI-I/!,,  i'mii.rsiii:i<s and Piioi'i.nrroi.s.  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per    Annum  ,   Z3" -STKICI'l.Y IN  AUV.VXCK "ffi������  i ABVERTISII.'G RATSS.  CONTRACT ADVEItTIrfE.MENTS inserted at  the r.ile of .ji..*') percnluinn inch iic-r liujntli.  For-p.ice- of six column indies or over $1  per iiidi lier liionlli.  ���������TliAN'STKNT AUVEHTJSEMKXTS ll'c. per  line lirst insertion,'oe. per line <-*,ii*h .sulise-  queiu. insertion. The number of liiii-i-  reckoned l>y-p.we occupied, 12 lino-* lo the  HEADING' NOTICES   10c. jier line eaeli insertion,   unles*.  eonlr.'ictod   for by Ilio'KKl  1 line-.. <       ������  .JOB I'ltl-NTINO of every kinil uL liu.st reasonable rales and shortest notice.  ACL'UL'NTS for job punting or .idverIi-.inK  liiivalilc on llie lirst uf everv niontli.  C0ItIt*I������I'ONI>ENCK on all mailers of local  or public interest invited und curof ull.v ron-  sideivd. All coiiiuiiiniciilioii- to tin; Editor  inu-t boaeconipunicd by the iiiinic of ibe  writer, not ncei-���������ai-IIy for publication, but  as an evidence of _*oml faith.  Addrc.-.  THU  KOOTKXAY  MAM..  Revelstoke, B.C.  REVBLHTOKB, APRIL 11,  ISiW.'  -o  -.ting  ,Quit local coiitenipnrary,, complain-  ���������>ing that West' Kootenay is not justly  -treated in appropriations considering  its revenue , returns, says' it (West  Kootenay) is "putting the country on  its financial legs.  'A's the Mail looks' at it  we   would  beb doing    this   in   cudinary    circum-  Stiiiices   (and    the.    people,   of,   West  Kootenay    would   be   pleased   if tlioir  contributions   had'this   efl'ect)   but it  /Joes nothing of the sort,   unfortunately, for ordinary   circumstances are not  -in    the cpolicy    of    the   government.  Kooteni,iy������s   surplus   of   revenue   over  .expenditure is legularly   swallowed,up  ���������jn a huge deficit,   and   instead of put-  the    country    on    its    legs   the  aie     growing,       weaker  *  than  .ever   under   the   load   of   deficit'   and  .debt.     For   instance,   according to Lho  ->very return's quoted by 'our contemporary, .whom we are. glad, to see is  jnclined to be with us in this mailer,  West Kootenay in 1897 paid $310-  902.42 and got .back in salaries of  .officers, public works, education and  assistance    to     charities,^  etc.,1'  only  -$39,653.05,   "leaving'  $221,2-19.37   to  our. credit.     Deducting   from   this the  .���������$25,|S82.S8'interest   on Kakusp k Slogan'   railway   bonds    it  , leaves    West  Kootenay'"   contributing    S195,3G().00  /.verjjjvhat  it received'in one year.   Instead of that   helping  the province on  its financial   legs  n bigger deficit than  ever is contemplated   for   the   coming  .year and a,$200;000 overdraft i.s to be  bnet at the bank.     Thet debt'  i.s steadily ''rowing greater even as Kootcnay's  surplus   keeps   growing   gi outer   and  that, surplus for   which our industry is  barrasscd , is   yearly   swallowed   up in  ja corresponding.deficit.      Wheie   docs  the money' go to .  The question' is a most serious one  for AVest Kootenay, its industry and  tax-paying people, and it must be  .mended.' An opportunity Lobnend it.  to'redress the injustice, will be given  the people this summer, and from ail  .appealances it will be fully taken'ad  .van.tage  of.      ]t  is time'for n chang*-.  PROVINCIAL   PARLIAMENT.  MR. KELLIE DENOUNCES THE GOVERNMENT AND ITS WORKS.   -  Unfair Representation, Unfair Taxation���������How-the Kootenay Cow is  ', Milked, and for Whom���������Startling  Figures of Revenue and Expenditure���������Interesting Facts.  Mr. D. NV. Uk.gi.vs, the ex-speaker,  ���������has incuned  consideiable, enmity from  i ��������� ��������� v  ihe ministers of Hon. Mr. Turner's  'cabinet for his manly speech on the  budget debate. He told them plainly  that he would do what he could to <!������  ieat them, as if things continued as [  thev weie the country \\uuid shortly | *-ouu- ton-idi-i.ition.  become bankrupt. Jle warned then  them against their louduct and was  called   an   eiieinv   for doing   so.       Ir.  Iii the discussion on the Budget. Mr.  Kellie followed Mi. Kidd and proceeded lo discuss the Public Accounts. He  said the delicit that tin: Province vv ouhl  have lo face upon the close of ihe fiscal  year covered hy tlie present Bstiniatus.  would rcjn.-il .$!>0{),(XI0, exclusive of vvlinl-  i ver expenditm-es were provided for in  the Supplementary I-bLimates." ' In ar-  living at. thi.-, .Mr. Kellie said that the  Kstiinat.es showed a deficit, on their face  of $.���������.!:>,(XX), and the House had (he7 a*--  siirance of I he Premier that't here was  an overdraft of about ������2r-0,(KX) at pres-i  ('���������nl, to' carry forward against Lh<- hi-1  coining yyai. . The differenee between  Lho.nmotint. which he'said ihe accbunl  would he short at llie close of ISO!!, and  the above figure*-., Mr. Kellie made up  hy the annual expenditure of S 10,000  on account of the Shuswapand Okanagan Railway, $10,000 which Ihe Government had expended out of (he Nakusp and Slocan Dominion Suli-idy ino-  'ney, and some $0,000 for interest upon  the Victoria it Sidney Railway bonds.  The manner in which the Government  had apportioned the appropriations received considerable attention from Mr.  Kellie. He complained that the district  of Cassia r had not received proper attention from the Government. He said  there was no indication tliat the bulk  of the money,.expended ior public  works would be expended for the purpose of opening the country. Oassiar,  instead of receiving something like  $50,000 for expenditures upon trails,  etc., which were necessary and urgent  iu view of the gold discoveries in ' the  North, icceived but$ll,000, and tbe only important work provided for with a  view lo opening up the distiicUwas the  trail from Quesnelle lo Ilazleton. for  .which $2,000 was providecb Mr. Kellie  complained that tlie Government did  not, give the new (list rids of the Prov-"1  incebi show. He held that the new di.--  dislricls were not a charge upon Lhe  Government as represented. It. was  the old settled districts Ihat, were not  paying I heir way. The Kstimales showed that/the expendiluies in these old  di.-tricLs were not with a view to opening up the country, hut as sop.- lo the  di-tricts for election purposes. If-such  w.-fs not, the case he would like to   hear  (he Finance Minister-  say   why   he did  , *-   o    "  not bring down such Estimates'a   year  before.    He reminded the   House   thai,  wiilithe  exception of Ihe   district   of.  West  Kootenay, there was   no   crreaL  ���������development   or   discoveries   in  othe'i  purl ions  of the  Province   to   warrant  the changed condition of llie I'btiinates  oi    Expenditure.    Other districts   had  received   wonderful   voles,   hut   theie  was no great amount, (nought down for  West. Kootenay.    Mr.   Kellie then   recorded his objection to  the manner  in  >v\ hich the Speaker had received the pe- I  tirion from the  people of >?local.  ,(-'it.y,,  with respect to t he  claim?  of the  dis- ���������  trie t. for increased  representation.     Him  held that the action of tiie Speaker   iu ,  ruling the petition out of order, on the I  tri-oumi  thar   it  called :'oi an cxpendi- '  tine of public money, was 'unwarranted.    Mr. Kellie contended thai ihe   petitioners from Slocan Cily had a   liu-ht, I  to b" heard.    Kven if the -petition   did  incidentally lead nji'toan   expenditure  of public   money,   the people of   that  i (It-met ciuiti ihuted enough to trie Pin-  v mc la 1 lev en lie to entitle thi- lemon  to '  I1-- -aid that    ih<-  (lt-tllltof   We-t   Kooleliav cotltl ll tiled  IX    times    the   levenue   of  f'lilllfft,     JH i  HENDERSON   BROS.  SUCCESSORS TO  LANGLEY- & HENDERSON BEOS.  Wholesale   Druggists,  (E-tiiblihliod 1S."iS.J  ^s-^acaas^- Victoria   and    Vancouver,  B. C.  We cany the largest stock of Chemicals, Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet  Articles, Etc., in Biiti-h Columbia.  Parties in, or contemplating opening in business will find il to their advantage to place their'orders wit h us. "      -       r   ' '.  -       Groceries, Provisions,   Dry Goods and  Clothing, Cigars and Tobaccos.  Importers  of  Scandanavian   Produce.  OUR SPECIALTIES-Norway K K K Salt,   Ileiring, "Aiichovie.S   Gothenburg  Sausage, and E-kil.-t una Razors.  Write for prices.     Mail  orders   pi oinptly, at tended   to.'   Goods delivered   free  lo any part of lown. / -   ,  'First Street" Revelstoke''Station.  ReVelstoke ���������**-,'Hospital.  Maternity ward in connection.  Vaccine kepton haiid'  Drs. McKechnie and Jeffs,   -   Attendants.'  QR. MALLOCH,  Physician and Surgeon.  At. oflice in building former.ly occupied  by Dr. McLean on   Friday, , SaL-  "urdav and Sunday.  JAMES MURPHY, B.A.,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  Ol^I-'ICli t'OM'AX Block,  REVELSTOKE,  B. C.  p. o. i3ox ins.  .A  RTHUR G.,M. SPRAGGE,  Jappistcp, Solicitor,- Etc.  {T  H. HEAPS & co.;  '       Machinery Brokers,  ��������� nH(i Cordova Street,  1  .        , VANCOUVER,  B.C.  FOR SALE���������A quantity of light, sucoiid hand  Steel Rails.  COSMOPOLITAN n  KAMLOOPS, B.C  Best of everything- going'.  RUSSELL   &   HEROD,   Prop's.  icycies.  These aie iC first-ciass wheel, fitted with Dunlop tiies, flush points and padded  saddles.' They are a strong and handsome wheel, and most suited for the  mountain roads.    We   have   these   wheels   on' exhibition at- our store, and can  give the best of prices.   ' ' , .1  . j '  1 1  The Canada Drug and Book Co., Limited,  .REVELSTOKE, STATION,  13. C.  TH E " CENTRATi-SOT EL  'ABRAHAMSON BROS., Puopi-Iktors.  First-class Table  ,������������������ G-ood Beds '���������   Fire-proof Safe  Telephone   +   'Bus Meets all Trains.  9 ' , ��������� !  > '        '  RETELSTOKS,      _B_C_  Hill 'Hotel  FRANK .VANDALL. Pkopkietor.  evclstoke, B.Ob  Table; in Town, Well Furaished Rooms,  ,ChoieestWines,,.Kprs and Cigars,",  / Every thing Strietly, Pirst-Class."   . ;,  Fur  ice.  o  .Ollice iii'Sinith Hloolc. Paeille Avenue,  UKVKLSTOICK STATION, H. t'.  A.  McNEIL,  3AEi!Er. SHOP AKD3ATH BOOK,  Front Street. Revelstoke.   MY.   Haircut, 25c;   Bath', 50c; Six Shaving  Tickets for SI.00.  GUY   BARBER,  WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER      '  Repairing Neatly & Promptly Executed.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  THE ' UNDERSIGNEO,  representing Joseph', Ull-  man, of St^ Paul, -New York  and London; England, wish! to  inform my i-jriknds and the  public generally that I' don't  intend to travel as heretofore.  Those favdrin'g me, with ship  menls'o'f Raw Furs can rely on  fair'treatment and prompt returns assured. Write for price  list,to'G. VV. BALDWIN,  '      ' , <, Winnipeg, vMan.  '���������' :BICYCtis! ��������� "��������� '  If' you want your bicycles n-  paiPBd bring them to tiie Kootenay Mail old stand, opposite  Coursier's, where they will bs  . 1  put in flpst-class shape..  Terms $2 per day.  ��������� Kamloops Beer on Draught  ABHAUAMSOJN   DUOS.,, Phophiktohs.  '                i     "                                          i                                      ' ���������     ^  j _, f '   Every! hing new and Firsi=class in all Respects.  w  m  !'S8 is ������  s stocked with tho Finest Wines and Cigars in, the Market  -B-C-  tbotjt l_a:s:e oitt  J. ATJJRRT STONE, Pkoi'iiiktok.  Xk-SZ.  FRED. M. WELLS. Mine Examiner.'  .miid lie ,i m.ui vvho iitoiiiierl the in-|  in.ites of .1 liuininir house could lie,  called tlieu* ei'einv, then hij w.i-, ,ui I  eneniv. It cliri not in,liter. per-soii.iiK, i  inui.il to him   .lliout   a  elianje   ot   IT".    .  liine-s   ll,e  tinit'^  Iln-  ri-v i mi" ot   the   J.illo'ifl.    J'  tt'vin.H-ot NuilIi   \u loi r,i,  17 l line-. ��������� li.it ol Nor I li ,\,imiii<>, IS 11 mi"-  I h,n nt ( on ieli,iii-.MIi>'i m, I!i tiiiu'^ that  of li*-(]iiiiiuili, '2o tun'' tli.il of South  N,iM.iinn), '.)h roiies th.it nf Soul h W |o-  i i,i, ,md ~>\i t nn"- i n.it ot t h<-. il \ of Null 11 inn.    '1 In* 11 v i'i loi* mi the rli'-li u t ol  '   V "'    IT. nOLDICH.  Analytical Chsmist and Assayer,  NELSON,   B. C.  ,\ ---ii_, - nl 1.11T, >,iui Iy i.f iiiiix-i.il.  Alia1..,  ,-   (if   mil.    v-^lci    'U   iitlicr  iniiliiml-,  i.-f f! f������r fo'i'l  Prompt Tlcfsulle. Prompt Cash.  Time Tor a Chang.:  F. MeGarty  i Wholesale and Ret'ai  ;���������. , BUTCHER . .'  DBALEW IN  III    llic i   Kent,.i),i y vv ,1-, n.iii 1) filial.*l   tlnil)   fh.il  fl  eimiifiit   ������s   lie   w.is  "Id   .md  eveni-ii; of   hi-    Sf.tl-',    hut  it in llten-ff ( ,,,   ,),,.  l���������.f.i t)f <���������  ot   the   M.iiill.nwl.     mil  eveiv tliini.' to  the   \onnu   -uid ninliile- L,,,,;,,, |llllfr j,^,, sliVi.m^) <u i-\i i--s oi iln-  u^.-d    pcojile   of    this   [no-.iii.i-.       Mi   I ,,,,,,|,mill    n'vciine oi    \,nicou\   .     I-  Jf^'jiins h.is e������ iik- "Ut   stroiiirU ������" the    |rm,|_    _-\j,. Ki-lhc - nil lii.il tin- di-tii, I  iv.i-, not only de-i I iiiniiciti'rl    i^.iin1-!   in  fti   | hi>  .ilili-  .md   Ioki'iIi*  spe. fh   in  m Iik li In- (1 ������'fin i'ii hi*, fit *��������� it mil iind H'IV'' '  tii-- 11* t-iui-  lm   ^fniit; inlo oppo-it nm,  ���������Mr    Hi'n'<>*iii-.   i'V-*sji>Ml."i,   -hf.vv.il   up ,  'I|,     .    ,!|,|M,'|||M.     1,1       (In       ^11, l'l 1111)1   III    '  in ,i i ri j i fl i uic u-tv. Th.* lo.ui lull ut I  ti-i v hi provii|i- x-J.,V0.(iOii fm i.iii-'  ii.iv-'"I ������������������idii--   >- liu I)  lirwi -'-'���������> I'- ni ulv  v.iliif-, ihe future of tin- lo'iniiv  (���������lioutri hi' on The fillet i. ment mil -r  gn, it 1-- ,i tot.teiiiiii tne .ind nil' -ooii  he I.lid low. 'Ihe .iv-, ,ue .it 11-  rotten Mnnk   .dre.iflv,  .md it  vull mioii  tin   w, iy ot   ,i[)pio|i( nl ion-, l/ul   .il-o  in    (VMi ,n.d .i 'pi u l������-i  inilliii i-, .ind. .i-tl  i������*  (.Ulilh-Ji  I ll<- e.u ui im iiU'ie  to sec oin ^-'iii   i  ill'    lll.llll'I   (/I    I I'pi C-< tltrll ion.       If<-     .oil  i lint I lift i- v\ ei-2fM)o votes upon th" li-l  i ui Kooleii.iy ,lli(' lllll> r,0U,ip|ill( itious  I  III,tilt-    lot     ihe    fl ,UK lll-e, ,ill(l    (lespiti  T'l f.ivj���������s lis plctsure  teiiipor.il y pl'itestinq, if soineivh.it  inildlv, .it the x<>\' riunent's unf.iii  tre.itmerit of Kooteuiy VS"n_\ nol.  tliiovv tlw unf.iii i,'i)V(*i nrneni- oiei,  Het.ild, lh.it is, before election, .Hid  tnke sides with the people      Vou were  theie once, but soineliow  str.ivfd   fiom  i *-  jthe ii.u ;'(>������������������������������������ f).ith. We huve, pediapi,  s.iid some h.ush things hut. Ix-.ii no  lll.ilice, however, nud will welcome vmi  ii.u-1: i ef.ent.u.t   tii llie fold.     Jt should  111 I      plofee.'l-   oi     t l <���������     loiil,    ,|tlei    ,1,^-  foinii-   .ind     <��������� oinioi���������'on-    h.i\.     li.  *'i  [l,lid,   \\ ill   In- little,    if    .ll    rill,  111  i ai e������������������  of th.it -inn. :t follow -   tli..l    there w.II  lie nothing h'tt to  i  t Ic   re w rl> few  of ,i million, whnh i- ili>*,d\ in -i^'lil  on I he oidiii.i r_v of,' r.it foil- of tin /-iir-  leiit illlfl en-iiini-' V'-'O-, 'ih>- lerliin  Olltl'iok,   theil-foi'-,    I-   th.il   th'-dililor  I he people ol   dl-llKl   weie (pule I,null-     the ]il ov iic'���������   will   -hoitjy   lie lie i e,i  ei|  l,il*     t h,il  ol milkllie; t !li',Kooleii,iv i o\v.     hy    ^:*i,."i(l().()l-y>    vvliiiii,      cldi d    lo    tin  Willi   r --peel   lo t Ic-Gov ( i rililflll    l.lll-  W',i>  pnluv, .Mr. Kellie s,ml lli.il    if   I he  K pint  ol    the  1.ox-.],md rlele-^.ill's  ( (i|i!i|  Ik   liehevi (I, I he   i.ulw.iv   poluv   ol   the  1 I hi- and t he i c. enue pi odic ed. .ind 1 lie  li.lt .lie,i  of   the   (li-tlKt,   ll     1 i.i fl     hill  I I v. o inenihel -   in   the   House.     Ue-.il(l  | I n.it  the Only poi ii y whn h I he Gov ei n-  iiii nt h.id vv,i- the oil" with   vvliiih   the  "!l,l llllll U s'    ,llle,|dv      Oil     ihe     Will.lUM  slc'i t,"   "f   fS'!,")Wi,f>)f, vvi!I lnirii{ up ! Into till      pI'lV IIK l.ll    d'-lll     lo    S|(l,tlu>i l/)l  .���������f]U<) a le  id for i i'i i %   in,in, worn,hi ,ucl  diilil   of   ( .nn .it-i in   oi i!<i11,   ,i**-iunin_;  Goveinineiil   would   lilt I In I   .idd  Id    the     ,���������,,   VV|i)|,. popul.il ion now In he  KKI.IKXI.  defir 11, lm  llic yi.ii lo Ihe exleiii oi   ^1 - ' j\\ ml ,ill I his liuire   dehi,   -..n e le��������� I h.in  Iill(..(f'()s|ii.e It   V.is   lepoited    lll.lt     the I   I   in ill K HI,  ll.is hi el.    filled  lip sin. ,    p-,01  Tiul\,  it   is  linn-   Im   -I   iliiiuifi      ( di  111II111,1 M.  f'O sun e It  W.is   lepiiited   111,it     the  ' (io. i i mni nl in I ended In ,in! ,i   I ,i Ivv,. y  he e.isy loi    you    to   tutu    vou iiiepto   . i(iiii|i,in\    lo   the   extent   ol   SIO.ID   pi  jieieill  .ii It, ll    would   c.uisc    iio^'tcil,     imh-fot     I'M   mile-,,    'Iln-    n mi    m Ot '( rcudei -    n e e ir ut *-l Iv   m Mted to  comment,    indeed,   people    nii\dil   snv    w Inch I he i'i- 11 k I ol Knoicn.i v w ,i , di-   |i--,idMi    K"IIk'-   -)>i "i h   in   - li - is-ic  '"wh-il    more      could .  you      cv.pecl ' ' : , , ,���������, |,,|     , ,,n .1 in I he m.il Hm of t.i v.-, It    ��������� oiil.uiis m.i n\    r.uts   whxhhi   h i-  J/.(is(-   thc   "lip of  the   tf.-ni,',    Ilei.dd , hi en to ^h  i'  p on- n. (.,11 .,.   m(lthe\  nnd   be ,id vised iii time. j (( oi,linn, il on \'ah'-'���������',.) , will i ( p u  ml ( Ih^'i ui p( i u-,il  Milk Oows; Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught  Horses.  Revelstoke Station, B.C;  N'd Hi  CERTJCFJCCA-I B OF THE REGISTRATION  OF AN EXTilA-PKOVINCrAli  COMPANY.  "CoMI'iMl s A( I, 1MI7."  " .-itiiiu IciKli Milling ( (iiii|i.m>."  l.'-Kislcml ll'l I'.il) d.M "f M.udi, A I). IS'H.  f III l'l i -) li itilv lli.il I Inm- tlcsdnj Kk'i--  f li.cl llii - ''Siiiik l( iu'Ii Miiiuif; ('(iiii|iiin\ "  i.- ,in Iaii i i'ii inn il C./i-ipmij iiiiikr III"  "( ninr. i ii - \( I. ' 'I . .ui'l tn'i.iiiy mil ui  i Mi. I ill .1 tli\ <.' I III (lli|i i In li( n nmfli i- *���������! t  filltli II, .Villi ll 'III ll|i-|-lll(l\( .lllllllllll v (if Hit*  I,, m-l 11 nn  nl I'i Hl-li ('nl 11II i In.i ( Ml III In  'llll l< III I.III. I ���������!��������� III! 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I we' I  'I n iln nnd p. ! fni in   'if I',   if I   mid   Mini.;   lint |  III " III h|i'l itll'I    llll   tllll'll   Hill    111    II. I i-.-ii),  I in|n i n. ( t(.i iln n' f >i 'Ie   sin i (-,./ p.*   pinfil   it  llil-i (fillip nil, nnI   In'"M*"  Kilt   "Uli   In v.,  ,inrl  in   imf-untii i-  nf  it i   pnpn-x-.   irul   i.ljjiit-..  tn '  pni'ii.i ...  Rtf|iiii<     lif.l'l,   -"II    nut.  Mini tj,'ii|:c, j  Iivnnl In ( nl(  (.1 otluiwi*"  liuidl' niifl (Il   pn-( "f '  ,ill kind- nl  nil   fi    |>'i  "nn   ptniiri.     .in .   lo ,  cm w i i   ill p.n ( I- in.il   fi lie ln-( ���������>  in  |fl< nl   In '  tin      luiiliii--,      (Hiiro (-i    Hid   nliii 11 ,   li'Kin  -pi i iln d   ni .nil "f I in 1  (.In ii (in(l(i nn Iimiii unil si ii nf ntlirc' il  \lilnlll I'lUlllil nl I'.llll-il t nlllllllil.i Iln-  nilidi'  nf \l in li, (i ii  limn-ind (i|.'lit limclii (I  Mill   11   ll.l   l ll.lll .  ] I   , | --    -i     '.. 'mi |(/.\. i  I, || I!. ���������*i  ti ii nl .Imi.I 'Hi. k t n:ii|i.i,iii -   .  lie  Dining. Room is ftipnisheil with the best" the  Market affords.'. '��������� "     , ���������"  THB BAE, .IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST  1     WINES, ������������������ LIQUORS AN,D CIGARS.  TT"^     '  LUND & DUFAULT,  1 i '  exenange  Reyelstoke, -  -   .'     j     ���������   PROPRIETORS.  Best $1, a day house in town.     White labour only.  The bar is supplied with the best"brands of wines,   liquors and  J. V. PERKS, Manac.s-r.  Cigars'.  If you oontemplata building and wanl a M-elass  design, compatible with the smallest  cost, call and see me.  ALL    W O R K    G U A R A N T E E D .  o  _A_   SPECIALTY, THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  P.AGE %.  PROVINCIAL   PARLIAMENT.  (Continued from P<igp 2.)  LICENCE   AUTHORISING AN  EXTRA  PROVINCIAL COMPACT? TO  CARRY ON BUSINESS.  s.tion was th<������n taken up. He reminded  the House  that   the  Government  \va.s>  apparently not, satisfied   with the vvon-  deiful   expaiiMon   in    the   tevcime   of  Kootenay, since it   in-isfed  upon   the  collection of the trade tax of' five   dollars upon ever} man who worked in   n  metalliferous mine.    Mr. Kejlie stated  that Kootenay was noL the only section  of the country iu which di.-ci-iminatioii  was practised.    He' produced   the coal  statistics for th(>  pa-t. four  years and  showed that the New Vancouver Coal  Company was disci im-riated against, as  compared with   the.   collieries   of   the  Diiiisniiiii* companies.    He'slated that  .   for the four years ending 1S!)7 the  two  collieries of  the  Dmisiimii- companies  contrihuted revenues a^f-reg-iting .$12,-'  371 oi-an average of $:j,(M2 |,er annum.  Fi-oui the Union  and   Wellington  collieries comhined (he coal uiined in   the  four years amounted to 2,HI,"j.S37  tons.  The   New Vancouver Company's col-  .liei-y, a colliery not.owned hy the Diuis-  iiiuirs, mined 1,372,010 Ions of coal during the same period, and paid iu   t.txes  '     for the font years .$] 1,7(50,  or  an  average per annum, of $3,002.    Mr.   Kellie'  pointed out. that  the  New   V.-incouvoi-  Coal Company mined  ahout   half the  coal,   hut   paid  more , laxe*-   than   the  Diinsuiuii* colliei ies.    He also  directed  attention to the fact  that   had, the  ,$o  (ax lieen collected from the men working in (he coal   mines'during the  font-  years, the Provincial  Treasury "would  have received $oo,01S.  While he was reading ciyer his figures  Mr.'Kellie wa* frequently interrupted  hy Dr. Walkem.and was forced to appeal to the Speaker to keep the inem-  her* for South Nanaiino in order. In  making tliis appeal Mr. Kellie said that  Dr. Walkeiu was full'of wind like a  balloon, and if some one --tuck a pin in  htm he would collapse. 'In di-posing  of th'e que-tion of the discrepancies in  the taxation of the rival coal companies  of ..Vancouver ' Island, Mr. Kellie  argued that the coal mines should he  placed in the same po-ition as the metalliferous mine.-, and taxed upon their-'  output. In this way all coal mines  would- he treated' alike. Mr.' Kellie  then attacked Dr., Walkem for having  voted in favor of the icteiition of the  trade tax upon the men working' in  the mini'-of Kootenay for wages. ' Jle  said that Dr.   Walkem   represented   a  i* -  pap-fed district, and in the face   of  (his  he had the nerve and the   gall, to  vote  r in favoi-of the tax   upon   the   working  miner-. ,    ,  In iliscus*-ing the matter of the Col-  uiiiliia River hank at Kevelstoke, lie  said, that the provincial government,  hy its neglect, was re-ponsihle for the  .condition of affairs at. Revel-stoke. He  reminded the House that, the Federal  government had agreed to co-operate  with the provincial government to the  extent of $10,.-/00. The piov.incial government refused to co-operate and the  result was that, the province was put  to the expense of doing the work  alone so far as any surety of the Federal government's co-operation was'  concerned.' He asked whether that  was business-like.  Mr. Kellie deinanded,'[infortnalion as  to the policy of the government  with  respect    to   the   Yukon   lailwav  mentioned in the speech   from   the throne.  He said he would  like  to  hear  the 11-  nance minister explain his policy with  regaid to this railway.     He held there  was no reason why the province should  .. vote one dollar in aid of a railway into  the Yukon country     He   held   that it,  was not a good  policy, for the province  to assi-st   railways   for   the purpose of,  opening up   the   Yukon.      He   stated  that the   Dominion - government   had  taken $7,IXHj,U..XJ out of  the Province in  10 years more than it had   returned   to  'it, and he held that such being the case  the Proviiue was not justified in voting  money in aid of a railway for the  purpose of developing the territory of the  Dominion  Government.    He   thought  it would he better  if  the  Government  would   hi ing down  a  vote of $2(K),0()()  for  the   purpose   of   opening   up   tin-  district, of Cas-iar,    He  said  that   he  would hold up both  hands  for such  a  vote because he believed   that,  the  resources of the district  wen. such   that  the expenditure would bring back good  returns.  He thought that, such a couise  Would' be   more* creditable  than   that  pursued by   the   Government,   in   the  framing of the present Estimates,  object of  which   was  to  buy   up  electorate of  (he   Piovince.    The  jiropriation of $:J0,(W0  for a  bridge al.  Kamloops could not be justified on any  ground unless it. was upon the doubtful  ground that it would make Ihe seal, of  the   Chief   Commissioner   more    sure  during   the   next   election   campaign.  The ISstimales  he  reported  were  not  framed i'or the purpose of opening  up  the country but for the next! Provincial  races.      The    appropriations     around  Kamloops were the grand pi i/.es which  were   offered   lo    the   people   of   that  district if they would  carrying   the    Chief  colors to win  the  raci  to the quest ion of tin  " Companies act, ISO:."  Canada: }  PnoviNCi: or IJitirisii Columbia, j  ��������� No. 11.  mHIS IS TO CKRTrrV th.u " The  JL Mine, Limited," is authorised and licensed  to carry on hii-ano^s v.-ithin the Province of  British Columbia, and to earr> out or effi'ctall  or nny of the ohiects hereinafter set, forth io  vvlilch the legislative authority of the Lcjji-la-  ture of Uritish Columbia, extends. '  The head orllce of the Company i.s situate at  No. Ii! Oopthall Avenue, in the City of London,  England.  The amount, of the capital of the Company j-*  -eiAVK-O, divided into l*.'ii,()iill -.hare-, of -tl e.cjlj.  The head oflice of the Company in this Province in .-situate at lievel-toke. and Joseph Dec  Graham, inannfter of tiie.-aiil Company, vrlm-sC  address is Kevelstoke aforesaid, is Ihe attorney  for the Company."  The objects for which the Company has been  established are:���������  (1.) To acquire the mineral property known as  "The Tangier." situated at the head of the noi th  fork of the lllecillc.iart River and Ilnvvnie  Creek, in the West, Kootenay J)i-.triet of Uritisli  Columbia: '  (*_'.) (To prospcul and explore .for lhc purpose  nf obtaining information, and also to acquire  and enter into treaties and eon tract*;, and en-  K.wments of any description, and either absolute or conditional, with re-pect to mines,  mining rights, minerals, lauds,forest-..harbours,  .v<itcr-ri������lilt>, rivers, anil property (if every and  any nature -ituale in any part of J)riti-li Columbia or elsewhere; and to negotiate for and no-  (piire concessions, privileges and rights, absolute  or eonditioiial.. from any sovereign powers,  rulers, governments, or states, or person or persons, or from any corporate or other body, and  to enter into any arrangement; with any government, ruler, or authority, municipal or otherwise, for any purpose.**, or to any efFect. and  from time to time to alter and vary the-ame  accordingly:  (.').) To carry on mercantile, commercial trading and llnancial busiiios-cs of any and every  description, either as principals or agents, and  to buy, sell, and enter into conlr.icts.'eitlier ab-,  sol in c- or conditional, in respect of stocks, sli Ares,  debent ure-. debentiirestock. bonds, obligations,  options and .securities of every or any.descnp-  tion in any part of the world:  (1.) To purchase, lake on lease, or acquire by  exchange, licence, hire, or oihcrwise, lands,  forests, buildings, harbours, mines, inining  rights, patent sor oilier rights or claim s(whcl her  absolute, exclusive, optional, conditional, or  limited) and any other kind of property in any  part of Uritish Columbia or elsewhere:  (,i.) To work, win, (iiiarry. convert.'manufacture, use, crush, wash, smelt, reduce, reliue. or  otherwise treat, and render marketable and sell,'  or otherwise dispose of. or deal in metalliferous  quait*. and oie. and other mineral and metal  substances and products and precious stones  and produce of eyery description:  , (fi.) To carry on and t ransact the businc-scs of  merchant's, contractors, carriers by land and  water, farmers, graziers, traders in and manufacturers of all kinds of merchandise, goods,  provisions and articles, and to carry on the  businesses of bankers, capitalists, ship-owners,  ���������managers of estates, farms, mines, railways, or  other properties ; and financial, agents" and  brokers in all tlioir respective branches, and the  businesses of engineers, builder-, miner--., and  any other businesses directl.v or indirectly connected wiih, or capable of being conveniently  carried on in connection with, any of the businesses for the time being or object,- of t he Company: i  (7.) To erect, construct, establish, or acquire  by purchase, hire or otherwise, and1 carry out,  maintain, improve, develop, manage, 'work."  control and superintend any roads, ways.'  bridges, harbours, reservoirs, water works, gas  works, electrical works, farms, canals, tramways, railways, quays, w harve-*, furnaces, mills,  crushing and hydraulic work-, factories, warehouses, .ships, steamers, tugs, barges, machinery, 'locomotives, waggon... appliance-.;  apparatus, and other plan I and works, and to  contribute to, subsidise, and otherwise aid and  take part in any such constructions, works, or  operations:        , ,  (S.) Tociiltivalelaiidsand properties, whether  belonging to the Company or not, and ricvalon  the resources thereof by building, reclaiming,  clcariug.dr.iiinng, damming, ditching, far.iiing,  planting and otherwise, upon such terms or  system as may be considered advisable, and tn  breed, grow, and deal in.all kinds of stock,  cattle, sheep, horses and produce:  '(!).) To improve, manage, develop, or otherwise turn to account, ordeal with all or any of  the propei ty and rights of the Company:  *'   v  (10.) To establish and support or aid in the establishment or the support of association-, in  stitutions, funds, trust- and conveniences calculated to benefit employee- or ex-employees of  the Company, or the dependants or connections  oi sikh jier-on-5. and to gram   pens-ion-, and  allowances,   and   to   make   payment-    towards  in-ill .ince. and to subscribe or guarr.iitec money  for charitable or benevolent object -,. or for any  exhibition, or for any public, general or u-eful  object-  (11.) To Cslabli-l..form and subsidise, or other-  Tangier I wise a-~:-t in lhc establishment,  promotion  or  I formation of any other companies having for  their objects, or  some   of  them,  any  of  the  I object.- mentioned in ibis Memorandum : or the  : prosecution of any other undcrl.ikii gs or ciitcr-  pi*'-e= of any dc-cription, having objects which  may advance, directly or indirectly, the objects  of this Company,  and  to  secure,   by   underwriting or other" ise, the subscripti m of all er  any part of the share or loan capital of any such  company, and to pay or receive any commissions, bioker.ige or other remuneration in connection therewith:  (12.1 To contract with or aid any7s*overeign. or  2    other power, government or -late, or any inuni-  ,     cip.il or other body,  politic or, corporale.   or  company or,pci*sons. for or in u-Iation to capital,  credit, means or resources, for the prosecution  of any works, undertakings, projects or enterprises; also lo negotiate or contract for, and act  <is agents or otherwise in  iclation to loans or,  securities'i���������ued or proposed to be issued by  any government or state, or municipal or other  authority, or company, or corporation, or persons or person: " ,  (IH.) To lend or advance money on the'security of nay kind of .property, rights, stock-,  share's, securities, bonds, debenture stock,  mortgages', debentures, obligations, bills, note-,  or other instruments or securities, or on tho  'undertaking of any company or any pai t thereof: u  (11.) To advance money for, or. otherwise  (ts-istm milking explorations and surveys of  every kind, and in proni'iting immigration into'  any country, colony or state:  (1.5.) To guarantee the performance of any  contracts or engagements, and to become liable  (irresponsible tor money or for the fiillilmciit  of contracts entered into by others:  ' (10.) To issue on commission, or receive brokerage,,or other remuneration or consideration  upon the issue or re-issue, or for guaranteeing  the issue of. or the payment of interest on, any  stocks, shares, debentures, debenture stock*,  bonds, obligations, or other securities of any  company or public or local authority :  (17.) To borrow, or raise money, with or ���������with-  out security, and to i-ecnre Ihe payment of  money borrow ed or raised by the issue of debentures or debenture stock (perpetual or  terminal), bonds,, mortgages or any other  security, upon such terms a- to priority or discount or otherwise as shall be thought (it. and  to secure the -ame, if thought lit. by mortgage  or charge iiiion tbe undertaking of the'Company, and all or any of. its real and personal  property, pre-enl and future, and all or any of  its uncalled capital, or in any other manner,  and to purchase -or redeem (at a premium if  deemed expedient) any debentures, debenture  stock or securities of the Company:  (IS.) To sell, lease, charter, or otherwise dispose of. absolutely or conditionally, or for any  limited interest, the whole or any part, of the.  undertaking, properly, rights, concessions or  privileges of the Company for such consideration iu cash, simres or otherwise.'as (he Company may think fit, and to abandon any part of  the business for (he time being of the Company,  and to carry on any of f,ho objects mentioned  in this clause, to (he exclusion of Ihe others:  (ID.) To suo-cribc for. purchase or otherwise  acquire the shares or stock, whether ordinary,  preferred or deferred, or the debenture bonds,  or other securities, of any company, and ro accept the same in payment, for any properly  sold, or business undertaken, or services rendered by this Company, and to hold, sell, or otherwise dispose of t he same:  (-20.) To pay for any rights * or property  acquired by tho Company, or any services  rendered ,to the Company, in fully or partly'  paid shares or'stock, debentures or other  securities of. the Companv, and to make such  payments or gifts by way of bonus or otherwise, and either in money"or in any other value  as may from time to time be deemed expedient  r<*.r information or advice given, or for services  of any kind rendered to <t,hc Company, or in  connection with which the Company mav  dit eetly or indirectly be interested, and generally to make any payments or .agree to pay any  commission!;, with or without any consideration moving to tho Company, if it is considered  by the Directors in the interests, or directly or  indirectly li. the'benefit of the Company lo- do  Jo: , ��������� '  (-21.1 To promote'any company for tho purpose  of acquiring all or any part of the uivlerlaking,  property and liabilities of the Company, or for  carrying on any business, or doing any ad or  thing, which may be deemed conducive-(n the  prnsnerity 'of this C'oinimny; also to acquire the  whole or any part of thc undertaking and assets, and undertake the whole or any' part of  the liabilities of .m> now existing or future  company, and to conduct, liquidate or wind up  the business of any such company :  ill.) To enter into partnership or into any arrangement for sharing profits, co-opeialion, rc-  cproial concession, or utbciwisc, with any  pei-on or, company, and to remunerate any  person or jiersons, joint -lock or other c.iiiipany,  by lixed salary or specified remuneration, or  by a -.hare of profits pi-e-cnt. past or fut ure. or  pirtonc way and pari ihe other:  (������5.) To make and carry into cil'cct or determine arrangement's with .British' or foreign  manufacturer*, railway and shipping com-  paniis, proprietor- or charterers oi shipping,  carriers, proprietors oi steam or other mechanical power, and other persons or company:  (21.) To obtain any provisional order or Act  of Parliament for enabling the Company to  carry an*, of it- objects into eflect, or for efl'eet-  ing any mcOificaiion of the Company's constitution, or for any other purpose which may  seem expedient, and to oppose any proi ecdings  or applications which, may seem calculated,  directly or mdiiectly, to prejudice thc Company's int ei est-: ,*  (2,5.) To undertake and execute any trusts the  undertaking whereof may seem desirable, a id  cither gratuitously or otherwise:  (���������20.) To pay any commission or brokerage for  the purpose of securing the subscription of any  I art of the share or loan Capita] of this Company, or of any company promoted hy this  Company, or in which this Companv is, or intends In be, interested, and generally lo re-  inunenite any persons for underwriting such  capital, or for service**, rendered in placing or  assisting to place, or guaranteeing the placing  of any shares, debentures, or other seen il ies of  the Company, or for promoting or guaranteeing: the raising of capital for any other enm-  p.mv:  (27.) To procure this Company to be legalized,  domiciled, or recognized iu any foreign country  or colony, and to procure its iuuiirporitliuii in a  like character, or iis a Societe Anonyme in imy  foreign countiy, and lo carry on the business  of the Companv, or anj pari Ihcrcol, in any  loreign count i-y or colony or dependency of t he  United Kingdom, or in any part, of the world,  under any other style or name: ���������  (*28.) To draw, atco.pl, make, indorse, discount  and negotiate bills of exchange, promissory  notes, warrants and other negotiable instruments other than hank notes :    '  (���������fit.) To distribute among the mcinbei.s iu  specie any properly of Ihe Company, or any  proceed-of sale or disposal of any properly of  the Company, but so Ihat no distribution  amounting to a reduction ol capital bo made,  except with the-auction (if any) lor the lime  being required by law: '  (SO.) To ex-erel-'o the powers given by "The  Companies Seals Acl. IS!!)," and the "Companies (Colnnial Itegislration) Acl, lSt:l.M  (ill.) To do all such acts and things as are  incidental or conducive to the above ohiects:  (32.) II i-expressly declared tliat the intention  is that the objects sol forth in each of llie foregoing paragraph-* of Ibis clause shall be construed in the most liberal way, and shall be in  nowise limited or restricted by reference to any  oilier paragraph-i, or by any inference drawn  from the terms of any other paragraph :  (Xi.) 1 he word "Company" in this clause when  not applied to this Company shall be deemed  lo include any p-irluci-nhip or other body of  person-, whet her incorporated or not incorporated, and whether domiciled in the United  Kingdom or elsewhere, and whether now existing or hereafter to be formed :    ���������  (liven under my hand and seal of ollice at  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, Ibis  llllh day ol March, one thousand eight hundred  and ninety-eight  [i,.s.J ���������    S. Y. WOOTTON,  ot)-It     ,     Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  tR.  Flans and specifications prepared *  ' \     ��������� in -India Ink or Blue-print  -Drawings.  If you desire an artistic home with all modern-conveniences'  -    call and see Maclean who can design vou one in any  style: Queen 'Anne, Colonial, Swiss, or any other style  (i.  ,     you prefer.  i (���������      j  Interiors  and ' interior decorations  arc  Decorations. Bank   Fixtures,  pan n el led  .dadoes,  shewing  Screen's,  suit  tht  Verandahs,  market.  oiairways, etc;, can  his specialties]    Store,  Hotel   Fixtures ;   Hall  frescoes,   etc.;' Artistic  be 'rot out to  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED,  i*_gji-g3T.qnTCffrirc;n;cisi:_^  \N1)  CENTRAL, DRY, LEVEL,  nib ir  VALUABLE  Buy lots from us,  LInE  i i   * ���������      -  Sliortc-t and (jniekesl smile  To Yukon and Klondike  Goldfields        '.    ,',  "   Eastern and   Europ-,  ean Points - 7"  "   Pabific Coast, China,  * Japan, and' Australia  Tourist cars run daily and arc inodkls of comfort-. Magnitleent sloc-iinij? and uiniiit? cars on  all trains. Tickets issued through and hiiff-  tjn-,'0 checked to destination.  Daily trains from lievelstoke --Kaslbound,  7.-10 a.m.    Westbound, .V_'l) p.in.  Connections with Ivoolenay points���������l-cuvo  Kevelstoke _.(KI a.m. Arrive Kevelstoke at  l.:������) p. in.     '  For information, time cards, mini- and  tickets apply lo  T. W/BKAIISIIAW,  1 ���������      t    Agent, lievelstoke, or  W. V. ANDERSON.  Travelling I'.isscngcr.Atfcnt, Nelson.  K. J. COYLI*.,  District Passenger Agent, Vancouver.  The - present   centre' and future  headquarters for  MINING OPERATIONS' IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.  W-fl  melting  radiog (Company  Tho - Canadian -  .   SteamshiD Co.'s  '      ��������� -STEANERS-  NAKUSP   and   KOOTSNAY  Leave Arrowhead daily for all points in Kootenay, making connection al Nakusp lor  all points on Nakusp and Slocan Ity. and  Slocan Ijiike. l,  lose connection at Kobsnir for Nelson, ICiislo,  Balfour, Pilot Kay, Trail, Kossland, North-'  port and all points, south.  Kor full  informal ion  on or address  T. W  tickets,  maps, etc., call  It is the centre of the Lar-  ^deau mining district.  It will have railways to  the north and south.   '  Its climate is superb.  It has plenty of building  timber and a sawmill  in operation providing  lumber at reasonable  prices on the spot."  lbs   , lake    affords    exceptionally good trout  . fishing. b*  It has a crown grant, purchasers of lots thus obtaining an absolutely  clear title.  ROUT   LAKE   CITY *  is'reached by, rail  from  ��������� 'Revelstoke  to   Arrowhead,'' 28  miles ; thence  -> U ' "1  by steamer; 10 miles, to Thomson's, Landing- ��������� ,and' a short  stage of 12 miles; the; entire  journey occupying only 6 hours  through magnificent .mountain.,,  and lake scenery. / ���������  ,  Well-known     mining     promoters and  capitalists  already  have their   representatives   on  the   ground,    and,  it    is   ' no ,  boomer's dream to say that before another,six months Trout  Lake Citv will-be a bustling  centre of business and the prin- '  cipal town in'this treasure-laden  Lardeau, the new centre of attraction   for  the , best  mining'  enterprise,    skill   and    capital'  which' British    Columbia'   has  magnetized within her borders.  , - The .climate and-soil of the  district are all   that   could   be   ,'  desired by therancher,gardener  or   fruit' , grower    for    whose  products a profitable and rapidly  increasing ���������*market   exists ;  whilst to , the   sportsmen    the ���������  neighborhood affords  o-ame' in  plenty.   ���������  The accommodation includes  good* hotels, stores, post, office,  recording office, butcher shop  and many 'private residences.  Building  operations . are   in  full progress. ,and the .establish-.   ,  ment of the sawmill  will tend  still more  to' enhance  the  im-   ,.  mediate growth  of this,rising  town.'  the  the  a 11.  We have  residential  thc ��������� finest   property���������business and  in  REVELSTOKE,  one of the most solid,  progressive  perous towns in West Kootenay.  We give you  and  ros-  Or to  W. K, ANI.I.riSON.  ,.    Trav. Pass, Agent.  Nelson, H.C,  BRADSHAW,  Agent, Kevelstoke.  K. .1. COYI.E..-  Dist, Pass. Agenl,  Vancouver, H.C  Columbia & Western Ry.  Time Tahle No. fl. To take ell'ecl,  ,  Dally licl.wccii Trail and I'o  ISII7.  and  good  EASY   TERMS  treatment.        Call  on    us    eanv.  allow   the  hor.se  (Joininibsioiier's  '.    (Joining   back  lax   upon   work  ing miners Mi: Kellie said that, of the  $ 175,000 received from Uiih iax ��������� |.,,.g,.  pru-Kii-liiiii n-preseiili'd t|,,. t;ljt (;(,1|,.-..(.  ed liy the C<ovei*niii"ii( fi,mi lhc woi k-  ing miners of Kootenay fm tlie privi-  letreof working in (he mine.', lor wage-.,  lie held that   if   the   (liivei-iinii'iit    was  ((���������onliniicil on I'.igc I.)  T.  Apply to-ss-teS"^,  la.  July :t,  -land.  No. (! IiassciiKor leaves 1,'ossland   -   -   7:.'J() a.m.  Connects with steamer al Trail.  No. II passCliK''!' leaves  Tiail    -   -   -   Silo -i.iii.  Connects with lied aloiiiifain for Spul-niic.  No. 2 im!v..|||{it leaves llo-sland   -   -     11   ,*i,iii.  Conned*, with < l.l'.lf. .-Ic.inicru for uoi-lli.  No. 1 jins-cimer Iim.cs Trail    -    -    - 1_*,l(l p.m.  Conneds wiih CI'.I!, slennieis from noi-ili.  No. I passt'iiu-cr h-aws l.osslnnd   -   -   :.:/)l) p.m.  Connects with I'ed .Mountain for .Spokane.  No. a liassciiKcr leaves Trail     -   -   -   ,.:l.'> p.m.  Conn' ds wiih sloiiiniT I ,y 11 on at Trail.  General O.lli-c*.: K. P. (.' IJTK1-1 US.  Trail, ii. (J. Cener.il Supt.  PBICES   CDF  'nside, $100; payable $33.33 down, $  OJ  LOTS.  S months,  00  m  $j  o   in   6  jj-jj  in 6 months.  Corners, $150; payable $50 down, $50 in 3 months  months.  (These prices are for a short time only.)  T. L. 1-fAIC, Rkvki.stokk, General Agent.  .1-1 UGH MclM-II.RSOX. Trout Lakk Citv. Resident Agent.  "*?c7"?"^T*i*^-L'''-1V*^*"J-"a'^ -t -ti^!UJT3r^^i=L-vtrT*a-r������gri-������  Subscribe for the Kootenay 'Mail;  -RANGHh  Full Pi-Iocs.   Correct SolecSion.  HAIG-,  Resident Agent, ,  'REVELSTOKE,  13. C.  Aitornev in Fact. ,  r  A INS WORTH.  13. C.  \  X  :<k?w.  ���������oO.yh  ���������f.  I-opcs and Tags FurixJuJ-sC-'Fcrc.-  mm/  4,'.*- f> ''-,'.���������.-,. /'/.  t^i1/W-r'.-'-->J:/i;||  J.VXtfM  . .'ii'  t'-d'l'!  .-,/r, 1*. 11  i   i',-  QCUZi  c*7=sa e=3TT=aecc_E*-&.  ,-r-    fj-���������-^  I   a  HIDES,  -  PELTS,   -   WOOL  TALLOW, CISSEiifl, SENEGA.  rc.iiioP  IMMISDIATE REMITTANCES.  JAS, MellLLAR k CO,  gIViilg  Latest Market Ppicas. -  no  200-212   FIRST  NO C MM SSION CHAKGFD  AVE.   NORTH,  MINNEAPOLIS,   MINN. PAGE 4.  TIIE KOOTENAY 31 AIL.  c#������k  4. Kootenay Lodge  *ff^*   No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  *   *    Thc regular incutiiiK  "V '���������--.���������" S       are held in thc Mus-  ^c-^v   A~S       oiiicTeiiiiilc.Hoiirne'*-  l>.-;Cft^W<r=- Hall,   on   the   third  ig.-?4^-p������.<^^g ^1 onday  'in    each  a^5>^���������C^Ci\e~i inoutli   at, ,S   p., in.  JiCS-^"-     VisiliiiK    hrethrcn  ~���������t---:^-~'=��������� cordially welcomed.  W. F. CK.AGK. Si.fKi-'r.UiY.  REVELSTOKE LODGE, 7. O. O.F., Ho. 25.  Vc* ,-rr'.rr. Itesular nu-ctins*. are held  ^iAv^iJ^f^-^A :*'i Jhldrellows'-irall every  V-'V-*-^ ��������� '������i.-%, f%\ Thursdav  niffhr  at   eight.  "'<v&i-?.*r3v^*- ���������**'<? o'clock.   V'nit-n^ hrCitlier.-  '���������* ."'-���������' ������-������-������-'.���������-���������'   ordially welcomed.  'AV. J. LKK, N.G. ,  T. .1. GJ-AHAM.'RiM.  'TwaS'.a Happy  thought   of   Aesculapius���������  . (who was Aesculapius?)  to  come   here   and    teach   us,  the science of compounding  drugs so as   to   bring   otit  tlioir   greater   medical    ef-  .   ficiency.       The    physician  ���������   -carries on research to determine the constant improve-  'ment   of   hi.s   prescribing;  while we keep'pace with his  , investigations by our study  . ' of the progress of pharma-  ������ ceutics (science of preparing  1    iinedicine���������Webster) i'n'order  . "to* compound "his prescriptions so that'they may obtain  ���������  the   best   results.     To    be  such,"such a course demands  ,'    modern   appointments   and  perfect   drugs;    which   are  found to a   marked   degree  in our  pharmacy. ' 'Yes,   it  pays to, trade with  0!TY  .r\ci 11  Bread and Confectionery.  Free Delivery Every, Day.  " McOAG-UE.BROS.  Siv" 0~1 <=���������*  <& Brick Work.'. ���������  All 'Milk   (lone   iii a ne.ii and  '.. ..ikiiiaiilikc liian'iifi-, and iiy  ,  '      -     experienced mechanics  only.  Only iit-stielrihs. material n-.ed.  ' J-Cr-liiu.i t.jrs( at. --hiii-leM, notice.  S. 0. Fromey,   Bcvelstoke, B.C.  W.  G. BIBNEY  Painter and. Decorator.  Make voursele as comfortable  as possible and'enjoy life. You,  can do. this by selecting from'our  large stock of complete   ,   ���������  -----HOUSE FURNISHINGS������������������  Handsome catalogue containing  nearlv ;oo illustrations mailed  free on application.'  ew. -  is.  JYTilliijepy  THE-  McDowell,, Atkins, Watson Co.  (Limited)  ���������r-TTbc 2Dru(j(jfsts'   .McCariy's Blocl:, Rove.stol:c Station, B.C.  G.  F   (HJUTIS. Man.  Graining, Carriage Painting and  Paper  Hanging.  -LUXURY*  Y/V   Iwi'lL/iCiC       Ol\\J^09        '     "       (Establisned 18G2.| ,  Largest stock west of Toronto.  HK.VLER    IN' WALL    PAPKRS.  McKenzie Avemio,'  RF/'/ELSTOKK STATION.*  Colored   and   Smoked' Glasses  ' from  25c.' to' $1.00; '  ��������� . i.     '���������  Spectacles  to  suit  all   sight-���������  ,  ���������      ���������at���������-  Opposite the Station.  PBOVfflCIAL- PARLIAMENT.  <������  i-*  ''   . (Continued from Pai^c 3.)    ,  justified in collocUn-j- lliis,tax from tin-  win-king iniiiers oi Koot.cnny, it, was  jn-ntificd'iii ei)Heet.in<j a, tax nf $."> pei-  head upon every male oyer t.lie age ci  IS yeiu-h. Ile-said the fanners should  .lie. made Lo pay I he tax as ivi'll.   ,  '"  Major Aluller-iS-iid   the   farmer-', did  .])a y. ' , .       '        ,     i    ���������  Mv. Kellie replied   that  if   Mich   was  ' the case the Pnhlie Account;, showed  ���������tla.i.t.'the population of (Jowiehan-Al-  ���������hei-ni was us small ns its t epresenta'l ive.  Qi'fhe question of rc-distrihtilinu wa*-  ,the.i taken up.1'" He said that, if the  .(..ovei-miient. gave the   Province"'a   fair  "system of   t ept e-enial ion,- one   of   the'  le-ulls would he t-llal the coal mine's of  . Vancouver Island woiild pay more  t-han*.l!27,()0U in taxes in four year.*-, lie  said that it was hecaiisc  of  the,   unfair  il. R. HULL- & GO.  Wholesale    and   Retail  ' BTTTCHEES.  Purveyors of High-class M&its  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  All orders hi our line will be prompt ly  ,   attended to. ��������� ,t  SEEDS!  SEEDS!  Fresh and new.      'Direct from  i  0    growers.  We   carry   the   largest,   assortment  if  garden seeds iu the ,pi ovince.  Write,  for our   1 litis;rated   Catalogue.  THE NELSON DRUG & SEED CO.,  .VANCOUVER.   Ii. C.  Wc l?aVe a  Good supply of . ,a.  ������1  =��������� Japanese. Goods and Novelties =  1     ' .JIN   &  TAMURA,  ,',  , 72 Cordova Street, . ,        '  VANC.OUVER,    B. C.  :   Over 6,000 Different Articles.^S^  P.O. Box 150.���������Mail,Orders promptly attended to.  T. L.  H.A.O. '     r' '     W. 1������. CKAGE.  '������������������'���������:-;' ';HAIG&-GRAGE,-'"     '  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  r I * ' **  Notaries Public, Mining ancl' Real. Estate, Brokers and general  Commission Agents.       Fire, Life,and Accident .Insurance.  Representatives of the. Kootenay SiNdtiii^ and Trading Syndicate.  Agents for Kevelstoke and-'Trout Lake City" townsites  KODAKS,   AND.   KODAK    SUPPLIES  i.ir.*ii m ji n irj<Lajra.'r:_a.������_wiefcW-  .Films,  Plates, Printing Papers, Chemicals ancl  Photo materials,  '  of all kinds. '   .        ,. '    ���������    ,  Films developed and Print.*! mad'1 in any **tyle.    Mail orders promptly attended to.  BAILEY   BR'OS."G07   XjTjD-,   ',  ,, ' (  Photo   Stock   Dollars   ��������� -    '  Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and ST A TJONERS  VANCOUVER    and    KAMLOOPS,    B.C. "'-,'"  .1.  K. W. .MACL'WIILAN'K, tieiieral.,JI.in.ii,-(r.     JOHN' 0. XOl.itgM, K.^r., Sufit. MiniiiH I)e|U.  .,    ' .  .).  W. CAMIMOK, f-cci-cUin-Trcusurci*  m*.  i.-t-Jliv,  Vi/IUns\d ' isimay.i! nm   L fl y,-  General Eouatleps, Gngiheers, Eoilormakers,  Maimfii\ lurors  i '  oi  gi     Alining-,   '' Mill-  =-���������-���������==5giss;i^-^-frr���������-" --^--^-.-1=?^=---^���������~P/p>_*jifsJur^rr'-j *jj       -""is.       .win- i. , ���������    ,  ���������i^l3=^^*''^^>_irr^^^^^--jJ^rS^^ ami   Pumpi:." i ._L^������v������iSi>������.';_-2_3   tSyb������������3������wI<OI!fi.  _-^.5Ss=s^si^r'=*S^Si^:-LP%Er=feS:^fy^s-:-���������^i/^-^S^fii-^y-   ' ^>      Mac-hinei-N. , '  svstem of ivpi������M*tiiai.iiiu which ihe | t)Tttt THMf-    MA^T'FDTAT       ^"  Government,   m,,i..l���������-,im,l   that   it   was ; Q \) lLlJilN U     111 A 1 111 RI All ,'      t^  Cui Rates for Spot Cash.  i!_A2.i  P. O. Eox, 75-1.   Cable Address, "Cove."   AEC Codo Used.  . : Vancouver  Call and see us, We can fix vou.!  -. ,-,=���������"-���������-r-.-r^r-rr^r������������������ j REVELST0KE^*-3_^*'  REVELSTOKE   SAWMILL,   '! ~n*      '  Revelstoke   Station,   B.C  \\TANTF,I)  ���������Situation   l>v   Jai.:sn.i-,*  von!.  \\      tlociil b.U.t-r.    Avjilv .it  ,   , vvocnoNfr.- *--toi:k.  '    $2 5  REWARD.  rOHT. ���������Nine   ?.'i1   Irnjifri.'I   II..H1-:  >>f  C',i>!.i<!.i  J   note-.   lOiil.v.r.c,!    m    ,t     l.-ur^u    i'ii.'*lnj":  ahle to carry on  an   unfair  sy-Mem   of j  i      'taxation.     Me reminded' the   memh-'i*-, i  ,'of tin- lloui-i' that the day was not   far j  'di>tant wlien'lhe miners  of   Kooietiay  would he niiiiierou!- enouyh to  *-.iieces---  >fully resi*-t, t he unjii-.t   taxation   of   the  'pre.M'iit   Turiier-Diui.-mnii*  .idmiiiKt ration of the Province of - Briti-.li C(i|iim-  .hia. , _ ,  Mv. Kellie spoke in favor  of1 the  or-  ,     ijanizalioii   ot   t.   system . of   iitiinii ip.il  t;ovei nmeiit*. throughout the Province.  'He s-aid if thi-^, was.  done   there   would  , hea more liealt.hv state of   finances'in  the Province.    The pi*e*-eiit system   re-  .seinhled  a  jack-pot.    The  several   (li ���������  .tricts made some sort  of  conti iluit ion  to the pot and then all made a ^rali for  the   eoi'i tci it.-,,   hul   th"    people    \vho'i_  generally <;ot the rake-oil' wc-e llie.eo.il j |i"  Jiaronsof Viiiu-iatv.'i* l>-lan(l., A.-. ,i i ule |  r    ilieV ^ot t he hulk of I he pot   and   lhey  put'compai-.-il ivelv nothiiiir jn  Mv.   Kellie   denied   that, tlie   Oppo*-i- | N.1mo,.;., uli knVm-n'io Vi^i,,t. " 'a'i.*,:   r.*w h-!\  tiol) had ohr-tl'ticted the hoMlle*..*- of ihe I will lie paid on n turn (if the rnraio} la Co-o-'-tljIi*  Ciumliy.'   Ilesaid that -ince the llou-c I -'It-ltao. UeM-l-u-ke.  ��������� St'GT.v.^mem'V;^ ])i������S0{Htifln of'PapWi.n   "��������� AGENT FOR BA!H WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC  all   ol   them   pot;  together  would   not;        DlooJill-ilU;!    UI    1 fli'jilul olii[J������     .  i ,  , ' '  "make one jj-ond   railway  hill,     lie   con  Veilings, Capes and Dress Goods.  .   ..-, ���������-, : ' All N-3W; 'Just Opened,up at   . -,  ���������;.... , .. ..    :>  1 "       ' ���������"   '      '-",���������"," .,',.-,'--r- '  i'  ^>E. N. COXJESIER'S.  ' r  - ��������� ", - ;       ^ ~~t tt: ... '���������" ,  BankofCanada  ���������' ' '���������'���������  .    Capital (paid up) $2,O00,O00.  ,   Rest       -      -   ��������� $1,200,000.'���������-'  HEAD- OFFICE,    -:   -    -    TORONTO.  '    H. S. HOWLAND,  President.      T. R. ,MERRITT. Vice-President.  D. R. V/ILKIE, General .Manager. ',   ���������'  A general banking business transacted.���������Letters of credit issued,   ���������  available in all parts���������of theworld.���������Gold dust and amalgam '  "   purchased.-^-Savings'   Department^ 'Interest    allqwed    at'  current rate.     , ' ��������� '        '       .'  ;  ���������    A. R. B. HEARN, Manager Revelstoke Branch.  hat do'you'lack  9  Groceries,  Dry Goods,  Men's Furnishing's,  '- Hardware.'      '������������������,''  c '  WE.-. HAVE -'.IT - JN = STOCK,"  * v*  ������,  The finest stock of'"foods'in all the above lines in this section.  :w.Tia!-i  1  ���������51  Br1  Sl am (is, , Ore  Gonee nlraloi--,  Ail-     C'ouiji: es-  Sawinill      .and  ^//t-^i^mr& - H.Mhai.hc  Ma*  Vm *^!������_fesl^5 I ehinery', Wa I .-1  fif-=^^~=S^ Wheel-,       Ku-  'fc$fe-'lf������4iiLis^   ' J-,'**"*   "'Hi  K-#-SS__SsS-_SS J3oilei*.-.  _\������^������  AH kinds of iron and" sheet metal  ,  work. ' Mining" work and tools.  Pipe fitting1 aiid roofing1. ���������  Klonkike  Outfitters.  MsLeiinau, leFeely & Co. Limited,  Vancouver, B. 0.   .   ���������  i -  V\ e have an ininieiise .sto(.*l< of niiuers' and prospectors' supplies, picks,  shovel-, _;old pans, pack straps and saddles, dog harness and sleighs,  tents, river  boats,. steel' stoves,   utensils,  snow  shoes; rifles, etc., etc.  t n l c * i  Write, ns for lithographed'map containing full information. Goods bought in  Vancouver go into Klondike free. Jf bought, in the United States-  will  be taxed .30 per cent. duty. ��������� ' ' ,  eluded hy ������������������mi-ring  a   denial   thai   tlu-l \-f)TrcK   is   KKIiKHV   filVK.'s   ih.it   Hi.*  di-trict of   We-,1   Koo.en.iy   ou,,l   the I ff\ ^^ 1]'^ ^ZC^ ItfWti  PliiMlll-l.ll   1 rea-lirv one ( ellt.     I le Ml Kl ' Ilit||11, ,)f .vi kill- ,-c -���������until. h-   |iiilili-!i'i*,'   . f   Ui'*  that, after allov.'inir for- >-\ eryt hiilg,   in-' Kimrnvo-   .M.w   i.i .-s|i,i|������*r    ������,(-   ill-*-<il-.'il  eludiiii,' po-laue   -lump.-,    die   di-t i ici I -"-liu-i-h -it. iv''''.  ROBERT G-ORDON,  Revelstoke   Station, B. 0.  fiom llie ve-.ii- ISIll--, to the   year   |.S!ti)-7 v  li.id   iM*ei\ed    Imi,   .*i;i!i'.),|i(,ir 1'imii    Hi  ���������-IiiinA  i i; n. ATi-rrx.-.  i .1. ,\,  -MITll.  ]^*,ivin������*..*,lTie,-.-Hiv  ,,g,iin*,t   which   ii . ,ii���������.,,,i i,j ii  n. AtM..- .m.i  iJ   l'. (.u.ii.'-ii.     PPftRnPfilflPR       JiRj;            PflVfM    jij'f1,            l'^ S P S3        ft ft fi  ii. ol paid m S(!s7,������i,tJ.                                   f .i.-..\iKiii-s.v-'���������.iin'.i.",!.r.i UI...I.i.ii. ...-(���������" iiii   '.'    1 i t0 [j Oil bh l 0       dl)iX        1 I d V UUL'i )J         U iiii liitU       UVV  I l'l   lill|  tl^MI *ll*<> |i.H   il.!'* Hli'l  i.-," "1 li'llll .(ii   'I'-lii-  *rv   -,,-- -j." i ���������  -*-^ s,,^   ,������--,-      g-r-         j -sR.    -v*  It   i      .,    \    \   V.    y     li..   ii'        h | \    ,���������  'CANADIAN. OENERAL ELECTRIC BO.  (L1.MITKD.)  Capital, $1,500,000., ,    , . Head Offices, Toronto, Ont.  Manufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus,  Hoists, Pumps, Blowers, Fans,  I .lasting'Apparatus, Dynamos for Lighting and  Power, Motors for all Purposes.  ��������� .  Electrical trans-mission of power .successfully operated up to 50  miles by our THREE PHASE .TRANSMISSION SYSTEM.  NELSON  llraiicli Olllcct, in Mrilish Columbia.  VANCOUVER  \rJ,  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  ii' (In' ;ii in "'lil ', ��������� I'ui.l,  -'I ,'!!' (1  I !'.    It    ATX IN-.  I IJ.  It, >' OlI'i.Kf-l.  ,.,,,. .-I foiiiii'd in  He. ci-li.l.c that  would    i,m-  H.-V. .].  A. Wood is   oa.-k    tr is , (l|(i|i|   ( ���������mn(.       Wi!| W(, t[V  ,, ,  I.illooet   trip. , ,,,-. . c      v   1  . 1 ���������        .J.1I111     J'.illot.    Ii.niwtel     'it      >i-i-'Hl,  Mr. DeCeu or  1 ,.- A. r..������ be.i.l   saw- , J(.is |)(i(im ^ ( ^^^ |||ip |jf ^   ,,   _-,���������  .mil! m.-is in I..WH M.md.iy. . ��������� ,MV_ S()(.i(���������^     j|(, js tl](. fiisl>   j,,.,���������;���������.,. .  CVC\ ^  ' Well   assorted  stock   of   Miners  S  K. HnWiun |iie-i(.-lieil a foreilih  sermoi) in tin* Mcthodi-st cliuich Sun  /Jay evening  .The Methodh.i elmii- i^ pieparing I.  vsin" .-. Hue Iie.iii'iful Anth"iiis at llii-  >rterM-rvie.-sto-..u���������*,(nv. - j      Thl, ,.u] M<M.S  .���������.,.   |liir,|   ���������t    w.���������|.  Dr.  Hiett eamc fiom   ilanir  Monday j rlelei iuin(*rl lo m.il.-e llie Ivislei   ditnu'i  to   a-,-,ist    the   local   doeiois    at     Mis-i    .,l|f| coneei-l on  Mnnd,i. e\ eni'ig in the  ���������applies.   Provisions, - Furnishings &c.  fi inn  Kootenay.  Oory '  Menhiinek    eaine     up     from  AiK������',.'iie;.d  .\:..iid.iy ami - "���������"> "v'1. Full Line  of Boots" and Shoes  always on  hand.  sr*\ cral day.s.      fie will   push    for    l'1-.li'  (Jicek all lie can 'Ins siiui'iier. '  ARROWHEAD, B. O.  .Metliodisl cliilrcl. a ^r.ind aH'.ni  VVn-ihirii;    (Hom*1-,    Ii.it li      Ih e--li(".',  F  r~~.>  s. "^riLsoisr-  HoliiiiH/in's second operation.  Sell"! .a'eation for fiaste:* liegan  "Fi-iday an.d lasts till Moud iy. (Jlosing  (���������xeieiM--. .weie held Thursday.  'Thos.     T.ivlor  1i,-ii     ii".'ii     .ippoiiilcd     The  l)i nyyi**ts.   lievelstoke Si at iou        n  mi'iini: recorder at Tioul   f.,1.'-.      Is   il .1. \V.   I...01I1,  win.  *_'..cs    In    III." :!lo  ���������..xalaiied 111  <-oniiiiissii.il   appoint ment. .  vv acl, w ill p .* ���������< li Ins   t',11 i**.m-;I     ,.-iin..n'  At   Nehioo and    K.oiilo-.ps   thev    ai (��������� ,  in  1 he  I'i esh. I ena 1, - !ih 1. I. on   I d'S      I'"<'*-H    find     uilllCI"    .M I il I li;;"   .     ( >Y( 'IXdil 1 111^ -  tm,,-i.,   ������.,mni.:e   ,,!,���������:<,..   ,*!.,''.s   hui,,oexi.     lli-sLcesso. will l,c;M,. A. i*', , Mvlilli  ili.ils'f���������. Hidi-i   madt'S ailfl   I'c.'.flv niadcs  iliex   think  lli'Mc   uill   l.e   ill lioilli     lo    Mi.il|  ,.(>!     up    111. tc i'-s.     A    '-iuli     eoii|(|     lie    The  li'd.f.  t^;t::;^ Tailor. Cloihiep and Genoral Outfitter,  REVELSa'OKEJ STATION, B. C.  .inter   su/i in;;' .   Ovf-rcoaiiirj-..        (lood   -^tock   and  '";?"��������� A' '���������'' ��������� Mvli'-I' '"-'I*''- - i"  1     J-.IION     (,'illl(",'C,     Ti.'Oll'o '      '  Freight and Cartage Agents,  Thomson's, Trout LaKe and Ferguson.  The best equipped stables in the district.      Saddle  horses always ready.  SEE   THE   GOODS.  Wholesale dealer.1*, in  Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Agents  for   thc  Karn   Pianos, and   remember- Karn  is  King".  A large stock of  0   Cleveland and Brantford  Bicycles.  Office, Cowan Block. - Revelstoke,  -.������** ;3?AW-/ifa--:,fti  .'������������W*i3-!*������������tL-,--������������������,,  MtifW&tea.'^'Jsari-n-ai

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