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 , Provincial Library   June gg  <"3������es?r  e!������=SL*V       *$&& --"^r  PUBLISHED   TUESDAT -A.3STID   ^KZID-A."5r.  Vol. 7.-No. 22.  .0  REVELSTOKE. B. G, APRIL 20, 19C0.  $2.00  a ������ ear.  <&<foffol^<^^^^'fjfol^!^riW  w  'V  I' THE  ST  TO EVERYBODY:  STRUCK A ROCK SLIDE.  '  Engineer,on West Bound Freight Train  '' '   Instantly Killed.  Wfi   arc giving" , away   all   kinds  of   Dress Goods;" ^  Shirt   Waists, Silks,   Satins,'Hosiery, Men's   and   Bovs' X  l    .1 /��������� r , ' I   r r ������* Tl"f>  J^ Clothing", Halts, Caps, Carpets^ Oilcloths, etc., etc.    -     '    I  All.we ask in return,' is enough ��������� money- to' make you, Z  feel that you haven't g*ot ahead' of us, nnd we Guarantee-1  So ,vv'iJI we.  ������.  you 'will be satisfied  up  of*  ^^4^4^t^^^^(^ i^^t^^l^^^^t|j'fe^ (^^���������^e>(^>(^)(^>(^(^>(^.^-  MCKENZIE AVENUE, REVELSTOKE,, B;C.  " Just, Tell Them that You Saw Ie and They Will Know thu Rest5'  With One of Wilson's Suits on, made up the-Yery Best.'  Seotch.Tweeds, .Irish Tweeds^ahd.Worsteds of the Yery Best Around,  fie ' ' *',.���������' , -     ' "  Aid more than that We'll'Tell"You, Youi* Mollis are Made in Town.'  ���������zr/'S. "wiirsoi^::  .^*,cJ.������c*t*."i-������r^.^.-JkoA*.^-������^ c*i>c-A..-i������  o'  ,t'  5  .5  s   ������  .>   s  s   S.  j*   ->   ������   *j.   Si   *>   :*. w-  :ei.   a  ������   *j    ?  s *  J   .-/.  j*  jj.    3t  ,ji   U $.fo  ",.i,< ,' . ' '; oi.  Anotlie-r \pi-y regiet table accident  occuned yesterday morning about two  o'clock some three, miles east of Reaier.  A' freight train in charge of Conductor  Bongaid auel drawn liy engine. 070  with Engineer 'Robei t Somes at the  throttle was coming westward, running  about twelve miles an hour, when a  rook slide was struck overturning the  engine and one, car. Somes was sitting wilh, his head out of the cab-win  dow when the slide was struck aud so  -sudden was the shock that.be did not  have time to shut off the tnrotl'ej, he  was pinned-1 between, tbe cab and the  ground being killed instantly. ., Fireman-Harry McDonald, who was standing between the fire box and (>tunder,  was thrown'from the engine first jump  ���������uid* teceived slight-injuries.  , * Brake-  o  man Agnewtlw,-is silting on the fireman's seat but jumped and escaped  uninjured. The, injured fireman and  the body of' the engineer were brought  to Revelstoke last evening'on Xo. 1.  Mr. (Somes was .well known on this  division having worker] here and at  Kamloops-for, some years.' The funeral will be.under the direction of Rcv^"  elstoke lodge of Oddfellows.  ol her Five-Mile properties.       ',        '*  Kight-Mile will experience a e-onsidor-  ahlp l/ooiii Ihi.-* suuinii'i- when   wiik   i  co-nnieuced ein   tlie  Black   ivrglo   a in  .Union Jack groups.  Jr. is ex poet oil lhat Iiefoie very !ouu  ^work will herenniiienceil on the ICtnpiiv  group on the Duncan slop-1. A comfortable cabin and abundant supplier  aro now on the ground. '   >  With lhe' Tenderfoot, .John L tinel  New Vork gronp������, on Tendeil'ool  creek, being aclivoly developed the  lower lake countiy ought to forge-  rapidly to the front. *   -  On Haskins creek  the  RusLv,  Maid  of Erin, Climax and Rusty Axe will be'  worked this seasonr" Great things are  Jutilu --'AiJ    tJ'JtfJ 1 jC-  -r:    BA  '  l   4  iv  'Si  5  5 s rl  ���������:   ��������� ������? e* -  ��������� TROUT LAKE NOTES  Gleaned From the Topic of that Mining  '   ��������� '       District.'     '       \-  * I ' * ' h  J. C. Tvirkpatricl; and Frunk   Molten ,  left yesterday for a ^ trip  tc>  the Little  'Robert gioup.'  ,J.   w/Westfull,   Alee Biggarl and  ������Geo..IJayes weiit ovei* to the Rob ,Roy  to measure up and  piepare  feir  working that.'.propeity on li laige scale  this  ,suniini.-r.  '". Ceinsiderable work will be dene  Lhis  slimmer oiftlie Silver Bell. Mogul - anei  SOLE AGENT  '9  if  *���������������  "lo ptircha-re etic-b a, pair of  Working   Shoes   at   one   half  'orjgina* prices this .means' wej  can save you 100 pei.* cent on  above mentioned goeiel;.. ,  J OZFIFICZEOS���������=   FIEST   STBEET  '^  irom  j������ Now is tne Time to Buy before the Spring  4* -  Price  List is  in force.  *ir*  . -/  t  /r  every pail" ticketed in phi in  figures. 100 * pairs Jo choose  ironi, sizes froni G to JU,  X'HHl f-H-H/H ���������* '*-������'*? * >M+* ^H'-H'-r-M- *���������! -f'*  750. TO $2.50  Tlii'.-c are nut, (Jhe.-ip John  goods but must in-ike* room lor  n.ew.   ge������o'l*i   .-irriviii;-*   '���������liortly.  We Waul, the Money    '  i  You Want the Goods  therefore^ every paii must go:  ("all Kar-ly and have First  Choice.    Remenibei- the place.  orris & Steed,  FRONT   STREET,  , EEYBLSTOKE.  expected foi this section as some of the  finesty, showings of eii-e iu the country  are exposed in veins crossing these  claims.:    "  The* opei at ions'on Kight-Milej cfeek  during rtbe' coming sitnimer will bo  veiy extensive anil will ,- inateri.illy  effect thej fiiLiu,; of some' fil'loon.oi*  'sixteen mining piopprlies, prominent  among, which are',the Mabel gioup,  Lucky Jim, Hidden Treasure, Alice and  i. x: l. -l  " ,       - ���������   '  .Runny Grant was up to this Lucky  Jim,* on Eight-Mile, this week. He  s lys there is only about 5 fee.'t of snow  on the ��������� property now. He left for  Sandon during the ca.ily part of the'  week. '   ' ,    ',i  , i  Messis. Bell, Cunmiins and Morgan  will do considerable work on the White.1  Warrior and Show Flake, claims.this  summer. This group is one,of'the rich  strikes of lasUseason and is located - on  a lead������*parallel to that of tho Lade,'  property froni '.which ,'it is no .great,  distance.   ���������'  -��������� L. O'Btiien left on Monday l,*i.-.L to  coimnence work on Llie* Bryan", a ..veiy  ])romising silver proposition at,, Ten-  Mile., lie will put .in. the" next two  months on it steadily.  Work on Lhe Silver Belt on Browns  creek will be resinned shortly. Over  20J feet of work has beon done em this  propel ly with very satisfactory results.  There will be a great deal of activity  in the Fish Cieek camp thia sote-on and  work will lie pushed on the Brunswick,  Mohawk, Eva'and Beatrice group*, of  claims. This section is'one of t lie richest in the Kootenay anei possesses a  great ^variety of miierals its veins containing gold, silver, copper and lead in  great (juanti ties. '    -  -Lake Creek is likely to .lemie very  prominently befeu-e. the attention *��������� ot  the milling world this season as cxlen-  sive development will be done on Ivery  large; ore bodie*-. A trail up (his stream'  is badly nei'ded.  - Ci A. Irwin will leave shortly to do  assessment e n his,,piop< rly located on  Great   Western  mountain nearConia-  Plix.        ..  ��������� i  (.S|).;i.i; id :l:o JI.'.u 'I  I  Loxiio.v. 'April A.- -Th * r-nott that-,  Mafckiiig lifts been   le'lioyi'd  ti'.-iiu-* cre-  dencn heie ane] alihouirh tin* w.-ir cilice   '.  T ������ ' i  has neiL yet teceiyed any .iiii'orn.atiun,  tho souicu ���������"of junior i*. b:ilie\ed :q)1  able. ,    . '       "  Iicpoits    l'lum    Jjloemfonlciu' while;  devoid    of    nieutiou   eif   aclunl. move.-    -  ments all   show   Unit' Loid 'Kobe.' ts is ?-,  prepared   for,, an   immediate advaiiL-e.   '*  'The copious laius of  the past leu d.us- '  have filled all the streams,and ensured-  a good   water   supply for'c-emsiden-hlfi  time.       Heniuunt'.s    liavo   ai l iv-oel.ar.e!  .tents,   clothing   \-ind    eijuijjme-ntys    V'oi  soleJiesi's ��������� hiiro   idsei   beeti   i.'ceived   in   .'  -"���������uilicicnl ei.u.'iiiiiiii's.    ������  in - coiisee|iieuc'c*   of    le'pif'seularioiJ-j  made, liy   Sir' Alfred ��������� Mihsc-r,   le'wii-ivi'''  ... V,        r  agencies iii.' 'England   !i;i-. e' v. it h-dr-iwnf   >  prospectuses of 'li ips lo South ;Ai.'riea:iV  battle fields as planned fyi- this season.'  Real Estate Sales Good.  -,R. ill. 'jMaytie, agent for tbe'siuelti r -  townsite, r'e]iorls   real   estale   t-iilesiis  being good: C. IJ.^iunie has purcli.ib'r-d   ���������  one of  the. lemaiiiing coitm-i*- on Me*-  Konzie   avenue1, being   lots,  JUaud Jl,.  block o7,   upon   which  to place'hi.** cottage  te) be re'inoved from the corner .of c  McKenzie1. avenue  , and   Fii-s-t  street; \  making'' room -for   the .neiv Imperial   7  Bank., building   about   ty."be erected.1" ,"'  Lots 5,   ti" and  7-,   block    !.*i   h,ive'il)ee*n   *���������  taken   by   IL  .J., iJohrnov'.-ho a ho con- -"  Leunplale'S tlie removal of hi1? tesidence.  F. 'McOarlor and  J. J. Rorler bongiit  lot   5, block  35. situate   between   lh-������ir, '  re.-idenc-e-2.     This   practically'fills up  Me-Kenzie^avenue  as far back if*- .Sixth*  street. *  Grip and Password.     '   "  One  of our  local   -*oci<*ly .iiien-" ha's  struck   o:i   a   proble::i   wliich , ho    h  anxiousoto 'have rtilveel.  "Jt  is:' ���������'It'  i -��������� .    ,.        .,  two members of an Older fall in love  with the same girl .-hould one witli-  draw in favor of Lhe oilier."    *  r. o. o. j-\  The committee in/'liarge- of ^i-io O-lcl  'DV1 lows' "Ar IIoiui'"1 on. the ���������j'iih,  'reiquesL all llio-'e1 atlending to brinu*  their invital ion cards with tliein ;-o a*--  lo facililalo ariMngi'iiKMil-* liy tin1 miIi  cominillei'p",  All "\ isiling   Oddfellows nrihe e-ily  are invited (o parade  with ReveN'toke  and Selkirk  lodges  and atloml service  li at St. Peter's ("Ihurch  on Sundav even-  Vi'SITOF RECRUITING OFFICER.     ,. .    .    ,   ,  ,  ^  ��������� j ing nexl, ni'-i'iing m J no lodge rteotu at  Revelstoke Sends its Quota to Serve in j ' ^Thlm-iti ������.r ih<- htto Ro!-i-.*tSom,s  Supplementary Contingent.   '      j will be couducte-d umior .Kioction iii*  ���������r- ' ' Kovelsteike lAidge, nf   wirili li-1 'ivn>   ;i  .Major Sli ickland, i-cci uiting sergeant i ineiiiber. and will | uil'-abiy lake ] l.-.ee  l-or the su|)pleinenlary' ceuitingent of ' on Sunday llmugli t.ni delluite'ly  the St rathcenia ILnrse, arrived in lovvu ' known tuilil i-i'iative- in ihv���������i',i*-L an-  yesterday for the purpo.se e>!" (aking on j hearel fiom.  I wo or three men from I his point lo dei  service in Africa.     The Major says his  greatest trouble has  lieon to (urn men  'I'd-nigbl 1 hei i' w iii !,:��������� ,i   ��������� i e i'il  ing ol" llie I. O. ii. F. l������...-iie! ul* l";  llio < Ille I fellow -." 'i ( I il| i" iel  Ie.l l ..-  away as he believe-' 500 could be rai. ed i sider   .n i au-^ouie'iii .     ...���������    -,e *. e ei  between Vancouver ami  C,il-j..ii',v.    I u ' g.*il!i<-i ii.ti ol   i niii'i-iit' ,     tieintln ������ir.-  ������  (111   W'l e|l,e.'  W.I-,  fill     I !  Vancouver eight were elier-cii anil tii'-y.| loconi    Im!  (icconipiinieil the  major ,*ii far.is I'ev-  elsLoke proccedinjf lo Calg.uy.  .Me*>sr>.  String.'i*   anil   Cl iflll.hs   will re|)i-esent  Revelstoke in this  contingent auel twei  others, Kamloops  men, named Sparks  and Greaves  were also taken em bene.  Major  Strickland   has   served   in the  mounted  ] olice force, at Dawson and  surroundings for the past six years but  is   now   appointed   lo  take  charge of  ,;i' ��������� i'i I li" e.-li I 'll t I "  (l,l\ e\.'i.j|,-;. 'I'll' ' III' I  ���������    p',11 J,( ' .-   i'i'  pro'.-iMlllllli*    Ioi-  Hhl   .inuiv -Jl s,ll V  :i v  :i*:.ii . i  ill!    ( '   h'1,1 .<l .eel!  of the i;.r ie..ii', in.  Oelell'ellow *l,ip iii An.'-i'o- **��������� - i  on the 1:0th eil .\pi il. .) ii. .\*  was   .'ij'poinled     e bait u..i:r,    o.  j"i:  t,"  I  Graham   scci elury   e.f   t!,"  niill.i'e.    A   g.-ithi'iing   wiil  m  .���������osn-  ���������l (*n  the evening of   t!  2Hn  VV JK-ll  this coiitingenL and   will h'.-ive at once I lion to a  good piogiainsuo. the iod..:i **,  for    South    Africa.     The   volunleer.-, | will have !hcpr-*-onre of (ir-mel M.i*,Lc-.-  chosen  left  th;s, niorning for Calgary ! D.   We*!.**!),   of    Xew   We-i iuii.--ii-r-,���������- .  where they   will   be   wpiipped for the | Victoria Ti'tir4.  lottrney.  '   ������������������ I  L. IL Buck left Ibis morning lo do  some s'tii'v'i'N itig on the Ti'uuL Like  l'Jctd.  iv    Ol-'1 !'.  Cold Range lodge* cnnfei i ,'d the tank  of Page on a candid.it; W'tdiie.-day  e\epn*)g. i ^HEaSOQ^EN^^MM^  vv/}  .'���������'���������";/l'J  .- e J  :\.:A  '���������������������������a.'.!((���������  ' ������-.'������������������ I f  ��������� y.11  ||fef:^^^^^  ifif'iffiiyfyiyifyifp^  Sf'y v|fHf^|ff if if; 3^  fiyyf:fiii.f yyiffyyya^ifniir^  ������if|:ivf^  ^py;::i":;^i:;;;;V.V^';i'y.l.\;j  ^yy'Vyayy ''.; a7a outio'Ky.y Vyy; iA'':i':'''siiiiiii ���������"'���������'" 'i- "ii. :���������,'' ���������:���������"'''������������������:'(  f f ^f f f f:f jf^fi 1'iU^  sii/AAii-:aV. able i-iitejsyiihel.sli6rtest\ii6ticc.;'y/pyy,7 7,7^:^7yyy;'.  Jf^'af^^f^.^  7777.f y-ya^ayayaijii yublc. on"; U;;ei:lii*st'of.'cSH'ry.:uio!iL!i.yy.yyyy;ayyy  ���������V: '-^^yiV^r. :'"->^'"-;.: 'po I "������ 1 i KH i:iQ.^I'VK>: C1C: '(r>i i"'/ii i IV i n at-tci's-:-:iir,'':' loval -"  '"AAAis. A'- or lMibiiciiiUifc^byiiivJle-eVaiiil carefully.! con-.  "iii'k'Si-as i'AHuwds All coiiiimuiicat.ioiis ioilie.. Kmtor  ^.K; --;.--i -K--.':7.v7v-'1,'.<sitr.-/:-:i'1,ttsit-,'-b'<j."-sit:coi������ J3'aii3s>.i"l'---.by.'.'-.tlio'., im-.n iii .-'ot-,.- U������t������,"  iAAiA'i yy7y\vrii'uryii('t,'i!e-eicHS;ivny.l'oi-!yikiblieiat.ioiiyyuiit.:  ya7a.yyy:7y7;jy7yy.,yii:K-;in cvitliiiicc'orsoodifidth.,':;.:.-'.77y-LW,'...7.;-.v'".7''7:..'.  A:ii--'sA'':  i'A(iA^MA'iiPAA^:AA:AAAAs  yiia-y^yi'iyOCa-ivO'eiiTKXAV  '���������������'(('  ayyaa);.,^.;::.;  -'yiij-yyy  %AAAAEAi0AAiMm^:mAm'  that :Mr.f Fielding'was not^exaggeraty  ying when he', esLisiuated his recb;:d 'sur-7  yplus at $7,500,Oijp:A-FA/llAiniuAivAf  ���������March aloney there;, is it gain in-revenue  yiff $787,805: add,7 a; yd ecrea si-v in'tii eye ji-y  ypenditarey:yof,7$J:90,517.y7ya!l?qr;ithv. inney  yihoiitbsfp.eripd.fi lie revenueiytotalledji  :|'j0;85(',072y;aygiiiin cjfy^3,:70i;2Hlv.>verili^;y  i,,sam.'fy0  pei ioci tlieexpend itnj-ey\ra^  '���������;: i iyi i tr cr'e,'iis<i. ��������� -, of; y $!)30, ('3U,7yh o vti-y' y J Sl>9, ,y  ':iiiaviif{*':''a:"ii'etyyi^  iyeai ioiY Uie nine" _ i'i''i "Cj"! i L.! i;s' .7,. t iv'L 1 i^iVi"; t .it j n'^)",  :i.)fyJj)2JSfi5^50J'.'ayyJn^ca'pilai ;ie-cnirnt;;i!so,  f,lj e y y e x j i Ur r cl i t r 11 e ��������� y 7^ li ii \ys y ;v y I ei 1 K^w A':'  ;ct*e;isev:;iiiJ^iintihgyyfi')*7 :(lit*7yin(:)ht.ti7o'v  . 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I f-u >; iii:-.v; wi I > h; ;i r tied   .WeVii'ieselay; '''.vfn-i  '     spet-ch eif, the i-MiniMer of''Fi.hr. ne'e, in f'iiig Vi I.i ft If.-:'I.-in night ^t'-ha.l. ->i   \A-v   liae] j  ibi- shape "eifyii'-.'sia'tenicnl; eif 'thi-' ie-v- f ibiili-rtiike-iii tei ek'iiicl Al til" fOWi'i, .hill :|  '���������''." ei'iiies.ii!.id..exi)..-uilil iir..-s of 'tin' I).i!iiii'i:.!'euii. iii-Vi;s!.i-ga(:io:i'it  was. feninrl -|.o ,,-liiy    ,  "f i.'i'ir [.ii- the fiasti niiii* :-iVionth.i>;*irha.|.'.i:s-,;.'Ji.olliiifg Vnoro, seriolirf Muni l.he Wowj-in'g  y - . foi-asyinncii of the turr-.-irt. (Heal..ye'-nf up!..c������.i:'ii stiimi'i wliicb was. y'vilyU-fed in  ,a ���������������������������/arifi:o":ii}ib-'ted, ' Tbos^ I1guiv.-:i,udii:ali- | all .directions;.';.. ���������  'y       '..���������'.���������'���������  i*   "A&ti ���������     * ��������� ���������  limn ���������'  ���������W--:-%W$$$\l\ ' ^f: PO :-'��������������������������� .Fqrniiure and-Undertakiiig,  i11,ifO;|jWoWf a'tf  A A VA AMM  \Aivb. .li.O. M'j !im������.  aSO.-S. liOG^-ANfyProp,  ' ���������������������������',( ���������, f . '.pwoiiei^a, , '.:'���������"���������  A  .\\'ii'i,i-liee.u;a* in; i:i.-i!-,nci-t,ie'jii ��������� for sip rage of. I'a'niily and ol her .furniture,  f i-iiii'' --,(.!,���������... >t'< ii)!.;i( lily or of herr rates;'..',- Agents for Rnyiuondi&e.'w-.  'i:i'jr-.,.!'iie'.']iiii!'... ''...���������'. ���������;' ���������.   . ,  ' ,-.  -..- ;  Done  i^iE'^3������ix!s:co^ji] sa:^Txo3sr33vQ, '4:m  fs  m  iA'-m THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  <$���������  Itiowtfie Judge  I Lost' His Stabf  Boui  &I:o\riD������ Hovr Cnsaf������ Ifc Is  ?   *    '  "���������y    .. To (Juelso   by Appeariniccs   V  (~' ?  f   By'V/. R. ROSE. $  .*���������"', ' *���������*  *::- >x$x&x?>*4*^<A"*<--*<>**'l"<i'*������  (Coii'tiuucd.)  !*-.-iiiK* time it would bo a loiici* to 1110 now  to know that joiPhnd li-icel lo con Hue iu  ���������ae." ��������� '       ,    .,    ������  He- paused a moment. The boy lookeil  across at the lady, who smiled hack at  him r'easf isi'mgly. ���������  ���������'I am'not a bard man," saiel Iho .bulge.,  "I'm only forgetful.    I  forget sometimes  that. I   iviiD 'oni'v  a  fiit-ndlc----,  homeless  boy like you, sti-n^t-IJny my way up, elis-  e-iiurngod at times, hut never tunic ready  to e-jiiir.    How   I   used  to long sometimes  for a kindly we.ul or the clasp of a sympathetic hanii;*'  'J'he judge paused again.  "Vw*!!," he finally said, '*it i,s epiilo evi-"  ,dent 1 must look for,a new stable hoy."  lie smiled faintly. "The; hounds of Allic  oratory can never he compressed  within  the narrow limits of a stall."   lie took a  step"forward.   "Cod bless you. my hoy,"  he cried,  as he  pressed llie lad's haud,.  ''"I'm proud of-you!"   Ho wheeled toward  his   wife.    "I   ho-iin   Lo  think,''   he  siiid,  "that  yon  knew more about  this ambitious youth than you ever lot come to'thc-  surface." .  "It was a confidential mailer," huigliei;  the lady. ;'  "Never .mind.���������' said  tlio judge.   "We'll  start in anew.   "What profession have you  ,doeielod upon, my lad'.'"  , "I   want lu  be a   lawyer,"  replied   the  boy.   '  "'Good.   Von will enroll yourself in m.v  -0Q PA^iRO  (\  i 15-*. <-.?-������ r*i   I' e, Vr * r ra z\~-~i {��������� r*.'      iJAi^t sTi  i.i QiiD, UUiii-myirl'tii    Ato-iic-i"  O-.-i-I-'-'V    r;~-e--nvi i  m,lAi.n_������-a.    Ji..-.i..it' :  /"*! "1        f. Ii        . a  L: *JO,l1 - CJC.J. VaC'J :  ������������������sP>e  i ii a j  re. ;     r- ���������    ���������  Disss v.m 'mmi  -! ��������� I-sued  in  '..I -i  S.2<) Ic.ive  Teii.V.VI)  a 10 leave  T:ite:iici,!i   aiid   Ihiggagi1  i.!ii"i.-!;e-d io Destination.  Daily. Trains  liKVl-ILriTUMK Wc-t  leave 17.;*i)  eo.M koo-i-:::,-.vv point**.  ���������   * iii-rive. Iti. 1.5  oilice tymorrow.   Who:  yen  ailiaite in  ���������' '  June you will come diioet to inc.   In tho  meantime   you'   will   remain   iny   uuest.  , "Wail���������not a word.   Any nrraimorionl you  can.make  with your, fellow  e-onspii-iilor  nt-rd.ss the loom will  meet  wilh  m.v   ;ip-  ��������� prov.nl.    In   tho   nieautiine   I   sliall   insi-t  'uiion being your banker.' l-l-ieli week you  . will  receive tin  advance on your  futiuo  wilary.   atop. sir.   Vou must let me havo  my way in this.   What are we on earth  fur?   Can't; a, childless ,ohl  man  have a  litlle satisfaction .out  of his  i.ioiie.i V    I  toll, 'you,  my  lad,  it's all  settled.   Lot's  drop  the  .subject.    Vou   are  tiied.    Yon'  have had  a busy day.   Good  ni^ht, and'  (.-od bh'ss y,ou.''���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  V  '  THE   BEAUTY   ROBE:. '   ,,'  I a.v.- n rose beviiie iiiq aaivN'ii lawn. ~  'A lle.ir.iry llt=������ p:i i'.= ci-.oiuiiioit���������i!:vonc;  ''Wiilooiiuious liiciili it..1.olLoinril in lhe (J.ivvd,  -While  on   it*   bic.ist   llie, iii;;lu's  buccl  jewels  '  . ." .      SilOllt*.    ' *     i. i i  ��������� ,      .. . I  Last'niglit tlie- riicoi', he-M it in sol,1 eiiil.rarc    '     "  And, lo\tri;\e, now l'j'I'.'s bcliiiiebv-ori.iiill.       '  Oil, Ut-auty 'iJo*.'.", tlie 'i'vIics o.i i'iv f.ice  Weie bun or' luv.-* uini n-iitc i'icp lovelier slill!  "Oli, ihiit suuli b',u=!i -I'oulil peri.-li noon,,*' 1 soM,  And Pion the* liratsly llo-c r.i.nlu mi* l-t-jilv :  '"Tliinl; Vncii  on   i!iis~-lii-.'   moon   (Inil   hero elolli  f.it!o .    , -  Sliin"s on as biiulit vvilliin some oil.ci t*,v.  We eli.nis'c ami live; i!i-'l*c thon no iie.-ti'. ie-pine. ,  No rose vvbio sued vve*io it forever iliiiu."  ���������S, II. M, Hvi'1-j'iii N'eu Voi 1: Time';.  Til  iu  ���������   Uolidihckl  SteamshiD'  .OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOo  "A BUSINESS  PROPOSITION  And How It AVas Uocoiveel by Min������  illehetabc-l JJ.iscom.  By HITBERT CARR.  ooooooooooopoodooooooooooo  INran and hoy, for .11 years. Ahijah .h)-.)-  liiig had been a clerk in the First National bank of Sepiawlunkot anei never once  - in all that time could there have be>eni  'found one single, solitary error in any of  liis'books. Hii balance sheets wero marvels* of unspotted correctness, lie could  run down three columns of'liguros at the  B.-imd time anei at^oxprcss speed and aeld  them with absolute precision. Ho could  locate the transpositions and'errors of  the other employees in no lime at all.  While"the most intricate problems of coin-  pound d-*-coiuil or inteicst we'.i* to liim ,i*.  if llu*.\ wen* u< t. Anei .in all lus w.i.v- Ik*  \\,i<* as precise and methodical as a clno-  iiometer and as piim and neat a1- at now  silvei doll.n  In fact, he made foo jjoeid a cleik ev into have hotni'K1 ."i..\ liim;; hot leu-, anil,  havinif noithei niouds noi *-iil'ie icpt liuin-  py to boo,*t 11fill up (lie* lin.iiiiiil l.i'ldet.  he had le.-ted lliioti^h the pilile-n time1 of  life on the1 !o*\c-t loniiel He had ent"ied  the bank at 1 I as a pe*ttv tloik .uid at -IS  had yitl.inie'el onl.\ t'n1 he'.'id ho ikkeepei-  sliip" Novel llieless ho h-ul In ecoiioniy  and a ���������.Imcv.el tiun "i   two   lliinU* (���������illier  tei  111-, ebst ei lillie lit   o.   KOOil   (eillll'io,  .ite'ii  niul.iteil a lew ihou-.nnl dnll.u*,, which  he had un e*-ted in lhe Sep! iv\ HiiiUet .fuel  Sepnwo.-iK Il.iibo.id company a veny Mely  hl^e piope-i 11  lie    was    i    I.ill     I.ml*    iu mi     vv ith    t  ���������smooth  lip  and   |uwl    th"  ne.itlu i   bo.Me 'i  wnod 'ind  e,*os eif l.ieh-d h.i', 1      Hill  a Miiikdit.  In-h  e'  *- in d  V. itll  .1   M'li    II 11 ie> >    In a.  nancial Itevicw and like publications,  which to the lyro might seem somewhat  avid, hut whose stock li.*,ts and other information afforded Mr. Jopiing the ut  most iiilelbctunl satisfactioii and stimu-  Jate'l his arithmetical imagination to  blissful if somewhat elephantine spoi t-  iveuess with solid facts and ponderous  figures.     - o  Now, on a day, Miss Mehefahel D.-is-  coin, extracting from a rather 'lean old  black slocking which had been darnnl  with white; thread ������t>,.j!M.0G iu hills and  -coin, eleposile'd the amount in the FirM  Niitioiinl hank of .Sepiawtunkct. ^I'lre  new account of course came-1 under, the  notice of Ahijah Jopliii-.'. and from Unit  day lie niarkoel her where she went.  J.ookiny out Ihriingii  the whire saxliod  windows  of   the   bank,   di.sereetly- veiled  by   iliiiii.v   Ki-etn   \yiie   screens   whereon  we're  elisplayeel ,tho  title5  of that   temple  of iinaiioe in lariiishod .ijilt letters shade'd  Willi rusty bl.-u-k, ?ilr. .Itipliuy Imd ;in u'n-  ob-tructee! ,vievv of .Miss .Me-lietabol  15ns-  eoin'-s .shop on the other side of the street.  This embryo emporium was really noih-  ing  but -ii  one'story addition  which  had  boon   built out oiif to  the  front  of  Miss  l'.iis'-eun's    house. '  She    had    originally  started  her^ she-pkeeping in  the, dwoilini;  itself,   but   as  "she 'prospered - she -found  need of an enlarged establishment;.hence  (lie ,-idelitioii.  ���������In iho side windows of the  little si ore; one niiijli't  see in  remarkably  methodical    arrange'inent"   candy,    lops,  jnckslones dull*., m.'irljles, kites aud other necessities of childhood, besides some  ���������*hooks ami periodicals, a slender stock of  muslins,    calicoes,'  chintzes    and    other  cheap  fabrics, as well  as an interostiiji;  assoi linent of that iniseelliiny known  to  the trade as "notions."    ,  'Miss Mehelabel had lived and conducted her business here for more years than  it would he polite to say and had made a  glowing if not-'a brilliant, .success of her  'humble'little venliue into commerce.' She'  was tall, sp.-fre and nivvboiiod, wilh steel  'rimmed spectacles and thiunisli, dark hair  in which wav many silvery str'tntls.   Her  eyes were gray .and piercing, her mouth  very   firm   and   com pressed,   with   an   expression lhat"never varied except when  the (bin lips parted for some laconic ut-  terane-e,   for she .vvas, a 'woman   of, few  words, and those of the shortest.    At.exactly  fi-'JU  o'clock   every   morning,  sum-  nier or winter, a light wisp of bluish gray  .smoke   would   curl   upward    from   the  square brick chimncy-of the dwelling.   At  exactly 0:13 Miss .Mehetahel would open  the door of the shop and,  attired  in,a  dark brown',dress, rather short about tho  ankles,   but   very   plain,   very   neat   and  very   businesslike,   \y(ould   sally   forth ao  take down-the green shutters of her shop,  windows,   vvliilo   her   little   maid - of   all  work  swept "the shop and  the sidewalk f,  before it.    Vou could have set your watch  j K00t6ri8V   pSuWSV   &   -  by hoy either in the .morning or .when,-to  ] .. * *",...,."  thcyllie-k of a lly's wing, she shut up shop  'at precisely t) p. in. She was just as  methodical and exact about all her other  a flairs.' She gave no credit if she could  possibly avoid it and (hen for not'above a  week. She would, not accept Canadian  dimes, .plunged nickels or postage stamps,  and she paid on**h for, all slie bought and  exacted the best eliseount for the same  wherever possible. So doing, she had'  pruspoivd and now had her handsome lit1  tie account with the -Fir^t National hank  of'Sipi.-iwtiinket, just across the way.  Pondering upon these facts anil'ligiii-es  in tho-qu.nlities anil fortunes of Miss Mehelabel Daseoni and bis own, Ahijah Jop-  iiiig,   with   that   acute   penetration   with  which heaven had blessed h'un, saw* opportunity (lining with hiui out of the tail  of her eye. and. knowing thai opportunity, like- vvoman. may make eye's .-it a man,  yet  not' seek hi-n, hc.deterniiucd to seize  h.iit^  3 1 TT^flT  -.<.< A -L.-L h KJu )* }~A '}~A  Cl-rnr  */;���������  'r  <**-cr}  .4*  <?f  A-  ,-*���������,;'  ii  w  /  A.  VA/  YJ  -ASA-Z&  n  9,;.v"-  ���������//���������A--:*-.  ri\A  y/his  V  r-  ,U      III.     ^..  A*&-iL-������ hi.  . * ��������� i-, ,-  xH'3  ��������� J r* ������* -q  Ailvcd^a  j h -. in. \-  Klhilli  ���������V,"..' _    ,1-,,   ..  ���������--.   f-  .J-AJas  Ti  ������o.  861Q0  0.S  *��������� |   ;,    f;TEAK2E3  ROSS LAND and KOOTKNAV   -  '.L-avc Ai-i-ovvbe:ul daily fin- nil points in Kootenay. linking c.iniieji.-l iun . N.iku-k'foi- all  points on Ni'.kn-;)   &  S'.oc-iin   l-iiilvvny   nnii  i     Sloe in bike.  CIo>,c connection ul Ilobson for NuNon ICoole-  nny bake iinei, lliv er point-. Trail, llos-i-  liineliiuil iill pointi'in iiounilnry Country.  For full   liifoniiiil-ion,  tickets,  inn*)'*-,  elf., will  on or aelilrejf-s  rJV  W. BR ADS MAW  Agent, Kevelsloke.  Or to  "r  W. K' ANDKllSON.'  Tniv. Pass. Agent.  '  Nelson. H.C.  ,J.(COVbI0.,    ,    .  .\. G.. V: Agent.,  Viuicenivov. 11.(J.  Navigation Company  e  Limited.    , > '  Operating Ka-b) & Slocan Iinil-.yiiy.   .  "International Navigation & I railing  Company.  Schedule of T;-oi3���������P^cifi's Standard Time  Klleetivo l-'eb. 1st. l'/'O.  Ktislo ^v Slocan Railv/ay  l'nssoiii-ui- tr.'.in le.*.* Sainleinnnil way-l.-itiun-*  leaves ICTislo :u S.i.m.: ein'.iy, leturning. le.ivc-  Sanilon'iiL 1.1.3 p.m., arriving at kaslo .i.oj p.m.  4>  fy \  A:������  <9*  i-f  <������*������  "i~  i^J L.J  :fA.  1   lj I /Qt ?ff> trjy ^ ir t^fr? '.Q;A?% 4  rU? *& rrij/ f%4.11   ^ ������ J;i xi ^ ������ M" ll  ������j-  4J*  .*- i'f-  ^  (  ���������1-  , i v'f  *1  ������.  -Is  IJ.'.rf  E</-.ct-       t-i-i *~i~i'* 7*-*.*j-* r%rl  13 fc; b Li     .L'j cj_ 'J. J.JJ jy fc: i.i  ���������trict and' Complete in  ticular.     Oonimercipl  i  Specialty.. .        ..-   "  - "i  'GilO  J.A  S-  'B  .....  T9.  3-  .   (.  "; V-,- " ':~  ,C"  a  Infccrnat,ioiisi Navigation cud Tracing  Lardc-Dunoan "Division  S   AJIKU   Al.RERTA.  Pfiinidi- Albci-tn leave-! Kaslo for Larelo and  Argenta at t-tfl) p.m. ^\^eelllC���������^Ilays.  -   Steamers cull at prlneipal laruiings  in   both |   JHAT)   Ol" i' ICi"  dircetions, and at, other points vvheii signalled.     Ili-rvi^   wi   ii^a  Tickets sold Lo nil points in Cilinulii unci llie  United Slates. . .  To  asccrtaiu  rales   and   full   information,  iwUl!X'sv* " i;r)Hi-:iiT hiving.  g If JlaiKigcr, ICaslo, 11. 0  I  I  Mi',  \|>'  comi'U sio'i ef  * UTlll ll il HJU  1 ii' iblv weue  slo\i*pipe hat  a 'ei d\  black  Iiki.kUIoIIi  ���������*,iit   i" eil"  with a Inn a  linik  re.it   a low   pi c-i'ii i-   enli. ���������  ,ind a black  floio-t i ing  lie      He*  was  ,*l\,.t,s  '-einpti  loiislv   lu ashed   i,"l   biillniied    ind   when  lie walked   lie i.n    'I   'oi  s.ji   w-ij   e*n et  (iiiel  V. ho  I1! (igie-isod   eb libel ill  thinks    wi 'I    oi  irusoli'.  e  a   in .-iii  Alto-  (TpiheT. all'iiiugli nit -* .it iii -t[iu*. he- was  imposing. ui.el In. i usp of lus pepiih.u  iiiental. nioi si a,id p!'-.*-i<-.,l ondoumeiils  his skittish .voting telluw epiplenees and  other tinolitis jkimhis uie kn.inied him  ���������'(,'1-1   l*hia-.b  Uub  and  T  Banum"  Imt  fV-   *'  *   Operating on Kootenay Lake anei llivcr.     .  S S. iNT.-.KXATibN.u. leave* Kn*!o for JCelson  'at (i a.m. daily except Sumluy: reuu-nina. leaves  Nelson at VM p.m.. calling at Ha.lour,   I riot  Hav. Aiiisvvovtb. I'lul all way points; e-onnccls  j --���������'  "*��������� -��������� "*-������������������  *- ���������-    | vvitb S. K & N. train to anei from Spokane, at  the auspicious moment and lo deal with ,'lcjvo Mile Point. ���������  '  her.     . "' | '    "Miss Mehetahel." he said to himself,  "is a woman of burliest. I will waste,  no words, but talk sti.-light business and  come to the'* poini without, needless circumlocution."     * ''  That very ..evening, having carefully  .���������anoolhetl the nap of his respectable  stovepipe iinel looked we'll te> the general  neatness of his attire,'he betook himself:  with d(Mineral'1 and dignilicd footsteps to,  the shop of Miss Mi*l,olaljei.  lie found that lady behind her counter,  having waited upon her last customer  an.l being about to close feir lho night.  Without beating about lhe bush and in  COllI    .Old    PIP.(Mil ul    belt,    most    i ("-pool fill  torn,-, uitei he l'-id exchanged yie stings  wiih M1-- il -ceim, Mr. Abijth Jopling  1 p., in to state his business  "Mi-s Mihelnliel." he "-aid, "I Ime  know ii eil vo-.i It,i spici.iI jeaii. and :i  pill ol that time 1 have been .uep'.inilpd  pe i^eiu.in,1' with vou What I have he.ml  et vou h.i*-he i n niu*-! Inghlv io voui cic-d-  it, auel niv eivv n pciMiii.il ob-ei v.uion has  milv t'liitn iiM'il the eoiiimon ropoil of  vein nidti-tiv, vein pcoiioinv ami your  l.iloiils Im IniMiK ���������.*>."' Abij.ih p.m ed a  luoiuent to I'U hi- we,,d������ sink u, be'oie he  (Oiitiuue'd "I am mvself not wholly tin- j  known to vou," he went on. with a slight i ,vt u  eh.lwing up of the lig-ne and a Lttic lak  swelling out ot tie cheat **Foi in.iuy  .voais I I, iv* been connected with the  Vint National bank of Sepiaw lutiket,  -Mid 1 have h-cu perhaps, if I ma.v be allowed to s.iv so, a not uumipui taut factor  in the steady g'owth and descived succors of that institution."  Miss Mehetahel stood bolt up-i'-rli! behind her countei. her amis folded, her  piny eves, with then pieicmg black e'ots  of pupils, fastened unwinkinsly upon the  countenance of Mi. Ahijah .lopling. while  hei own mai.ilinied itsuoimal impassive  piavitj. She was listening attentively,  but not eaj;ei!v. She may im v-c wondered what object he had in view, but on 11-  o-iti was an (in itioiinl weakness nut to  bi'-'espiesspil She licit hei comuicntcel Dor  e-'i^otii ,i_'od but uieielj wailed tor bun io  unfold hiui'el1.  Mi   pii'soiii s.il.nj." he con tin tied K "is  5'i,^-'"! L'l-i' ctmytUi.au.'J J.hbvg mvcsud iu  (Tq ba continued.)  A  ������*>'!���������  t>  r*.  Ai  A-i  "ei    ,  A*  -4>  ������**  s> '/C*s v^-a  i  W< s apt t* p  is.������'  We  cXiX. C  handliiig a  r<*i  rj  of 'Galenda:  yui, maiiT* or  "them  rv*S*������*J O"!T* P '     - "JT1  design  s..nci  tho:  jrou^lily Canadian.   In addition  ���������i'/"V       -i-l-.-iC1      -\T7CV    e*-% c-J TrC*.    O  1 .-" -"*������      "c-1*1 O /*- f~\    O     f^.r^'t'ir'^  tii p       c*(������k i Of* a."E f\n cl      e f'^Y^I      f '-"> C*  jl Lis.      iiC5lUO;.'ioruo     s.x^*J.tl.     fc/iAU  merman ana  Amsncan  Send in your orcler  without fur  ther, clela  #������������  ��������� ������ .  y'f-i  Ai  4:  As  ('    "  giisn,  A'i  :i.v L-iV.  ���������    'Ai  ^  &  /ffeOfp s-a fi v    M p: It   ��������� [i-?? A ^ / a I (24;,fh. l< p.  IPO i'-*s]LkCi V     iv hd,K ti.a    li \- v V ^hi3 ^ii'ii^^  *? ^^^A^^^^-l^l^AAA ^"i  ~AV"A  OOEAN STEAMSHIPS  -   Rovk.1 T"ruil Iiin-'o.  Clionpo-s'. nov.tD to tl:-j Olii Country.  ALLAN 1 K :'- 1 ii hi Pi' I'.umI  \nniiili i,i   I'.ii--' in -      -  Laii,  ut  in    ������ ���������      "  'I nii<-i in   Nun.'di.in  DOMINION  LINK -T'ejai Poili.uid  lb nnii mi - - '      ���������\ll'l  t.iiiibii.i.i in " , '  ! .mn   .\'i i,t ��������� e il.  Vane. ,ive,i Ap'  liDAVll;  LINK- 1'ieini *-I    leibli  .Melt  -        'Ml!   '  IE   MOLSOMS  "B.AI1.    - ��������� -  iiiceii-jjeii'itLed bv act ol' Pai iiatnent lFOo.  -     , - MONTREAL  Wjf.fMoi.stJX ?iJAc;rnKi:sei.v, Pi-es.,     *S.;-,II.' Paving. VioPre*  Vi W'oi.i'JiHS'i'AN"' 'J'uo.'.rAS, O'eticral iJauaget-  PAID UP CAPITAL-  RESERVE -     -     ���������  gcnci.il b.inkin.f business ,'.i.i^ie to 1  J. B.������ MGLSON, mm  Intv.ie ! *'  ,.!ji 2,000.000  I.5OO.OCO  .('lone-ej *-.,!-.*,(   or PL i.itc-  c^c^s^ii;!^ i^rrK"*.^-��������� -  Oas  sT?\ "-R"  "IB  t5 f\  ������cl   /���������>   r\ **   f\ y>   t  .  r  s  r-(  1*  \*  f-f  1  1  n  H  -'sN  Vi  ������    *i  r  ' 1 /".  ~?Ai  .s  II   pi !(**le-    11 (  I'll V   .11 1 IV 0  111(111)1  1 .ikcl'.it inei - - - ,"    j1  Monti o o      - .... 1*,  L.ik_I"uieir       -       -       - '>  Pa--'n_re.i    111 Kt 11 tl   tlnoiub   to  all   p.ul-  ot  fiit.it Piit'iui.ind I11I. n I a". I  Us) 'l,v   low  l.itt*-tei all p.i-l- ol   tbi.  Ki.iO|ie.oi  eiiPliin ni  ApileV   10 IlP.lie-1  1  ll!  v.'-.e   01   -I CClslll p .U^CI! t 01'  to     *  T.  W. BliADSH-W/.   Ar;on*.  KovcI-stoUo.  Al'  snnn  -uii('     Pi .e e s  be,l(im_,   <:;< i d *  "S'l I. I     -ill)  llll    k  . ei'l -el I'i I I  p o n,)\'Li  jMffiKTFSsgssaK:  ie ���������  p  e \.d I re el   lo   I, (    1*   il  I'll '   11   ie till ,ls .1-     J.  If o   I ii.b   lo   vv il, ,, I   j'  ,i,iv   'i  ,���������rl'i   (I   l,ii      ;,  |i   -|.  ] i   I    I ill  .( I      l-i'  fi  Vy   BAL3V"iI,T,  Vgi i I I'M .' i*-   I Un*  ���������m^og. I-\..n.  A  I    .'��������� p     .'.-  -i-J^I^  (. '��������� Cu'i'S  Ici'i   ;tr  niv  1 1.  J)l   's  -wMl    lime  )i'(J\    <  1                               *  itcpiion.   r ^^ "*-\  M  I)  Al  Oanaillan Paciio Navigation Co. L'd J \ A/ (Hv O I" 1 S  alas::a r^uth. '    v?   U     ^W:'*'     ->^-      ��������� ---^  o  / )  r t ; f v i  'Tn  V   d  '-  15  '^-A<  (.1   "lf'-  P)  WiiiiiL'l  J'liie lei and *^kigi  i>  b av c Vie lo1 .n.  Every Wodnerday at 3 p. ni.  ���������*i'l Vaneemver  Every Tl:i:r������.-Jay at ? r>. in.  Me <iiiie*i- '"ei Not .Pi. n   Pnl *b  Colinnbi.i pen Is  leave Vi ' mi  ���������. t rl Vancouv el wockl>.  Ii.-le*-. etc , ejn mill   ,i mn lo  (.'. S HAxrr.it.  General Pn'-stiiger Afj'out,  Victoria, jP. C.  0  i.i\ri'_c .'.  To mis  notice,  tal en.  (icivei i',.-  ,,ivs   ie d)  Con 11 ids  Mi  r ee i ,'i v  *- b litis'  I'ib'iiiiL'  7-"II. ~,  1.  ���������  \t\  A^enf   i.n    J"J  C  Oil Co.  Samson.  ul t, o  \ AN cor vii I?,  p. r. THE KOOTENAY MAIL  9  9  ((���������':  9  ���������/'*  9  ft?  if  &  9  ft?  .V  if:  .9  ���������'f-  9  r>:  9  ft?  9  I  9  If you arc thinking-of ,|  learning'- to play a vio- jjj-'  lin, banjo, guitar, auto- -j[.  harp, or any musical :|  , instrument, call and see $  our most complete stock11  f  Instruction   books   for all i-v  instruments    kept     on }(<*  han,cl. .   i f:  9  A   large    assortment    off  sheet music folios, etc. J  Will order   at the'price ](:  'in |  .  .V  OanadaBpug&BbokCo |  registered  stock.    <^?  if     not  e- "Revelstoke Station.  ^'^^'*iVft'^^'vi'ft'^-ft'^-*,j''ferPi''yrft*^r*5'^'*!>  MARRIED.  .TiiNEri-PoTTKi}-��������� AL .Spir/7.itni, on April  '   itlili,' by Uev.'Atchdencon Small, cf  Lylinn, as-sisted-liy h'ov. C.Ciouch-  er, of   Yale-, I'L   H.  .loues ,-ind Mr.-".  Pot tei.'but li ol* Kaiideiops.  CALDWlOJ.L-.Sw'JOi-JT���������At JOislo, on,, April 121 li, Charles F. Caldwell and  Aiice Grace Sweet, of Vernon, B.C.  DIED.  So.mns���������At, ��������� i Heaver. ' on Tlmrsdav.  Apt il lil',1 ItJOO, Robert Some.**, aged  'Sii yen is. ���������  ' v   <-  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  .]. Laughton, of Ferguson, is in town.  Sir Ilil)!)ori.,Tiip|ior went east on Xo.  2 vesti'i-dav.  ���������Mi-s.   .lowi'll,   came   up   from Trout  L.iko Cilv Tuosdav evening.   '  be shipped to the prairie in addition to  the local demand.  Don't forget the Library Party tonight (undei the auspices of Ri'scue  Work of W.,C. T. U.)at Mrs. llooley's  McKenzie avenue, admission 25c. ',  James Gilmdre, foreman C. P., K.  telegraph lines, leturned Wednesday  from the coast where, he had been overseeing some; wbrkycione. in Yancouver.  Hewitt Bostock, M. IV, came iii from  the eat*t Tuesday 'evening. lie was  joined here Wednesday, morning by  Mrs. Bostock and proceeded to Comaplix.  The Iropliv presented by Capt.  Taylor for competition by members of  (he rifle association lias arrived and i.s  on exhibition in tbe window, of .las.  Gill & Co.   ' ' '.     '  A new paper* hearing tlio name of  the .Similkameen Star, published-'at  Princeton, devoted to the interests,of  Princelon and the Similkaineen country has iiist come to hand.  ���������'      \ -  The pulpit of the Pi-es-bvleni.-in chinch  will be occupied on Sunday next by  llev. Calder. 'The Sunday - following  Rev.,Gallup, of Ottawa, will be present  and probjilily remain for some time.'    ,  Hon. Smith' Curtis, minister of  mine1?, c-anie in fiom the* west this  niorning going through to Rosslaud.  He. will be unable to attend Ihe public  meeting here'tomorrow evening as  was intended.  .iron. Joseph Martin will addiess a  meeting in tlie op"i*.-i houB������* tomorrow'  (������������������veiling. From heie he goe^s to JseKon,  where a meeting will be held Monday,  and thence as far .-is Fort Steele  returning to the Boundary.  P. W. Northey, .of Rosslaud, well  known to old time residents of Revel-  ,stoke, was in town Tuesday going west  to Lhe Keiemeos country wheie he will  spend the summer". Mr. Northey has  given up newspaper work and is now  devoting his lime lo mining.  of electors will be held in they  Opera House,  ��������� to-morrow evening,  Saturday," April 21st,  when the Pic-mier  Hon. Jos.'Martin  will addiess llio electors'upon' the  issues of the-campaign.  Seats reserved for Indies.   , Chair taken  at 8 o'clock sharp.  Tho Premier   will   receive deputations  from 11 a.m. to 1 p.ni. Sat ui day.  Coo iSavk Tin-; Qvev.x.'  ������* J������ ' ������'     ��������� "^ H    7 ll " tf T*  %*ZiD fa  <f"  (|>  HP  ei  >(  ^..-^^^L , .'��������� _ fa  Having secured the Agency for the  " \\ ellaud  Vale"  Bicycles   T  J have now sauipies uf the   ,   - '     ^������  ^JTinR.lT^lTir JT *?   * .��������� (Ladies and Cents.)  cc'GhA-IRIDIEnsr CITY"3  cc DOiviiisrioisr "  CB^O      $5'D'      $QO  These wheels aie claimed .to ho the best value in town  latest improvements.    Dun lop-Tires*!  of  TT  " 4*  A.  All the' jSj  W.   M.   LAWRENCE.     \  ',. ff"- ���������*-> ��������� "���������." ���������������  Corporation of tlie City ��������� of Sev-  eistoke!   ;  "VTOTICMislit-reby givoii, t hat Dug Tags lor  i\ lil'K), price S*2 one-li, e-iin now be obtained  nt the Cil} Ollicc. lJ'){i- must be- lugged with  the new tugs before the .'Kali in*-l.  ftcvelstoke, U. V:.  ���������   '   April 17th, l!Mi.  C. K. h-II.WV, '  City Cierk  THE.  nton ,i  VANCOUVER.  RATES   $2.50 'PER    DAY,  ' , Is   the   2llll <>  in id velstoke !-  M.iv to be c-h'brated  ���������   Miss Kale McLean lolurned Tuesday  * from a visit south.  Supl. M-irpole  went, east   on   So.   2  I hi- ino'rning.  F.  J.   DeaiH*, of   Kamloops, c.itne up  . yeslerd.-iy morniiig going south.  - Jitilgu Forin found but. ashorl docket  to come before llie; County court on  Wednesday, there being nothing of  inl.ere-L except-. >t.fie'tintisual nuinber of  applications for naturalization papers  of which there were 30". This number  will probably compare favorably with  lliat'of all pievious applications marie  in Revelstoke.     ' '        <  Kn!vesJ Forks, Spoons,   the  Best in' the City at  GUY .BARBER'S,  C.P.R. Watch Inspector. '  "Pire brigade1 No. 2 after bavintra  pracl ice run Tuesday evening held if-"  regular    meeting   in   the fire hall.      It  was decided   to   hold   regular monthly  Col.   H-iker" p.is-ed   tin ough d?t*ve*!-    ineetit1���������?;   nn   thii   s,.ronci   Tuesday of  stoke Wednesday niorninggoiiigsouth. j       h M)utlih witih practices everv Tue*,-    .     day.      Xo'h'iig   detinite   w;i-- done in  C'.ipl. J". R. J).ivey, or Trout Lake | lv^r.i Uj t\w invitation of Calgary  Cily, w.-t.s in town for a few days this j j���������.;j,iU|y LO se,uj ;l t,.f,ul for competilioiy  ^eek. ' ! in Lhe 2-lth of May .-jioi-ts.  Wagons,  Delivery' Rigs,  ' Buggies,  Etc;,  (A  ^^���������^'^'^\^'^'^-^'~z^^-^*^>^-lc^'^'^-l������y'i^'^-^ ,  f  f  f  KeW ^PEiv'als. . '      ,_      ' y      ,^  ,New   Pancy  Silks  in   blouse  lc-nglhs, nci' (wo alike, just tyfi<  ^ the latest, in style and .design.    Also  *;ilk''blouses  in tlie rJA^'  ...    ,' ' latest.    These goods areverv new ,-uid up to date.     - W  tA^VMasli.iyy .'   7'-'y".     '    y   ..    ';'   -���������������  Ni-w   Fancy Muslin  suitable  for di esses .-ind blouses in Nv/ y  . ', very pretty designs and fast washing colors'   Also some SO/? ''\~  very nevv and stvlish Muslin   blousesj the  new fi out and Ay,   '-  back. .       . '     , ���������       ,'.,',, -   , W  , .  ]^c\V\MllIiitery.- ,    -     ��������� ~  L . \ ."V;''" W'  New Fancy St taws  for shapes and new Sailors iu white  njk  |vj - and black   , .,''*", , ���������* *-  fe These Goods 'will   be  shown ' on Counter on Saturday Morning, Special.-  ���������^'���������'i;:7--^^;^'^2;^^^^^^^->^^;^:^^;^^^5^5^^-tf7"f  Y-x/Xi  r_-i������Wtra a*M$Mtr*i   flT������l������������������(������^   ��������������� I * i������n biiiiS   <i������     f  ���������������  MSH!  Fresh  Cod,   Halibut; Salmon.   luc.,  Smoked  , '     Fish <& Kippers a -Specialty!  ramemmn  Family' Grocers, .aiid Produce, Merchants.  Second *- Street;  -ven-am"1 j__i"i i   1'w-**  CAREFUL ATTENTON  PROMPT   DELIVERY  ���������-: A't'  JAS. MCMAHON'S  ��������� :o  Blacksmithing and  Woodwork  done on short notice.  Carriages    Built   to ..Order.'.  ���������J. P. Sutherland   wont  out  to Sica-  nious   Wcdnesdav   i veiling  returning  FIRE & LIFE 'INSURANCE.' AGENTS, .    v '     ���������'  , ^steP^^NOTARIES PUBLIC, ETC. ;  FIRST   STREET,   'RBVBLSTOKE.,.^^,.^^.  on ^>o  j     Hovvilt   Bos-tock.   M.  P.. .and   Mrs. i  i Bo.-toc-k     came    up    frrnu    Comaplix j    ; yesterday and will   remain   here'  until  Ceo.   T.   N^n^Twas  a  visitur lo | th:< evening's Nev. 1. _ Mr. Bostock had  H,-.e!-t..',i>Wed.iesdHy..e-turtii.ighome!;in -������PPO'"t,nent   w,th   the   hoard -of  iie'xt uKirninjr.  trade to meet at the Hotel  Rpvelstoke [   ,_  j last evening in reference Lo dealing of '  ,    ,.    .-,    -        , i .���������-v.,i-���������,,���������.���������������������������"' the shdi* in  Columbia canvon.   Onlv I  Judge rortn   returned to Nelson } es>- - , ..   ,     , ��������� .     - .  . , ��������� ,.,       iir,     ,,.���������,., two ineujhct-s or  the board   lurneel   up:  lenlav   morning  alter  holding county - . '   ;  I and Lo   these*  Mi:   l������e)sto(.-k   agreed   to ���������  coin t !i'*:-c  ,,..,, ,     , ; an engineer In  ho h.-t of   voters   hiis   renelu-u   mu", 7  wire lhe  acting   inini-ter a-king  that  :,jnt   nf   once   Lo   look  For   a   Few    Days   you  may see  Samples from  The  Largest  Stock in Canada;  l EasteFii Prices,'  i  , Call at  Once,at- Station  Restaurant and see for  .  - Yourself.  QD  are beauties. The Spring*-will be here before you  know it* and you will be' uncomfortable with your  hca^'y winter, suit., o. Pick our your pattern now and  have your Spring Suit in time.  'New Spring. Styles in Woolens.  ',oeb s s:^_a::n";,  First Street, Revelstoke.   ������ ^  intu the mat li-r.  LuyLhl.  llll  I(*IXl name's  and   llu*' nimiber  i-   hi-iim  added to daily.    i A  T.Htle Tot. J  I [uia.-i; M.nii-.ing ha-* pilrelia-eil a lot ���������'    .I.f\il.ini  Ko������le, says the Omaha Xon-   | Vq-j--   Pock^l-bOOk*  ,.-,  \(,.'v',.,.-/i,. .|i-,,i'���������i��������� fiMin   \   V   Smii b fconfoi-inist,   soldoni    writes   poems   that ��������� "'".',  "'���������   ,      ,    ���������,            ,   ,   ,  oil, .������t 1 iVCl./li- a v eilile* 11 0111 .v.. .>. mine 11 ..,,',           .,                          .       .1    .  ��������� ni-iv  l.c.lo.*    i,ul nolcilv -oi". \(, lull '  ,     ..,          .                ,    ., ,.       ,,               , ini'? e, but he writes preiso poetry tliat 1* .,- ",���������,,.', i,.ii,,   .....   o,.,i,i,v  ������i.-.< 1   1 ������'" 1,1^( 'l ^!,ri* '"Id.ng theivon. , ;.(;ih r(>a|J.Mir<    |{e.itl ihA ^                    ii^.;;.....   ;^ ^V,n,n'.kn'm lou.        -,                      ,   , "She   is   oniv   a   little   tot.     Three   or L"li''--oi- r;.-i.-i-r.iilo:���������.)!.oie.. ('loi.in.-.-  Ann-   It,)!,ion. (lie;   well know 1, boot ' f.mr sununcrs havo touche.l her lips with ,                    rlu^t '���������\r]���������A'r*i!\  "-""UlJ',e-  ,,,i,| -!(oe".!,,,.i..l"a,-tt..ei-. came   in tion. [ wisdom rtn.I left the- sinilisl-t in I.e.* das- *                   ,    NePCjham    Douglas   St  ...    ,        .                   .             . toruiL'   hail-.     Uer   spirits   arc   as   blithe Oemijoi    iNctuiicim,   ufuugidb   01.  tlie   west   \v edn ���������*���������'��������������������������� * ���������" ' H                            '  -ii-it !i.  lay   iiH.r.iiiig going j n))(J blI<k_rao-  as a ,,;���������, ,l3(] her-ti10Ugi-ta .  i as Jiirht an-'i aiiy as tho skyblovn tbistls :   ���������                             elowtr.'   Hbe  clings to your hand  in   the * ���������  n s���������ti,..iii!).l������.r  tb.-firm of  McKiii-| ojoi nia-tf   on'J   is   oager   for  youi*   home j  L-eiug ;  e  pan  I  and Piece Goods in  TAPESTRIES, SILKS, ARMURES,. MUSLINS,  "     "MADRAS, BOBBINET, Etc.  The  neatest and   pl-ettiest gocid-?  in these lines we  have.1 yet received. . ,    ' ' ,  Write For Samples and Prices  Free to any Address.  Largest Furnishers West of Toronto.  ai.  r i.iiiii*in ii 1! j o ��������� i'-.  hllje.tl.i     t. IllUil    l..ll)'ll- .-llUp,  A; hni le*; I.iiii], J-V| gu-on  -.v.J.iv. iii   (.mo  rcluruitig :outh  li.ii.  t h,.- moi mug  .,,,] coinfa?   v.-hea   the   shadows   fail,  ' '' '''" '  'J.u j often   found   pesping  through   the  MeLennao, ffleFeely & Company,' Limited-,  WHOLESALE -HARt  Plate   and  tSheet   Class  Wood ���������  Mantels,   Grate  els of the gate,  where h������-r erec  inijesiuc  :i:c- is  t:&77  if:1  h:.)k   ,lt thu "-.'iUliik-a ot   w.dl  ,1  III.)  pi por -ju-l. eip'-ue-d ,it. tlie  Canada Drug  k .'look Ci  pi ie-e���������, r .'ri-eniiible  thev are1 very preilyand  If  P.-rry L-al:e, M. K., relurued Tuesday fi-oiu a \ i^-il. lo the old country,  lo- will -p*'ii(l a few days here before  goii.g Lo 1 hi1 coa**t.  Tin- Heve'l.-.toUu mills are kept busy  these d.iV's fill ing'orders for lutrjbtr tu  1  7\on:au with tbe world tefor& Lor, in3  with her toys and playhouse =he is waiting for tbe future, and you press her  to your bosom while sho wnif.-.  "Yet n few years and ol her bonrts.oc  hers. And then, too. other carr-a vvill  come, hut to yon, though tho home nest  has boon lony deserted and many yervrs  have down, she* is still the little burst of  delifdrt, and, though you are a century  old, your he-art is a hundred years  young. And then you understand him  who saiel, 'Suffer little children to come  unto me, and fen-bid their*, not.' for th������ ,  best thiag on earth is a little tot,"  Qmt XI"Mf W.'-lM" PillM KlXfifl'  i'1,ld   Tllil1^   '   MAJEST1U   STEEL   KANGKS   for   Hotel. and   Familv   use  ���������!       Miners and Mill Supplies.  He'll cf  'A. ������  ore ior you,  WHO  I Vancouver, - - British Columbia,  '    Mr.-inches at. Dawson City, Atlin and Bennett.  THE B. 0, ASSAY AND CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. (LIMITED).,  (Late MacFarlane 6c Co.)  VANCOUVER,    B. C.  We aro .Mannfacl tu-ers and direct Importers, .-ind carry a lar-re stock of  rJahinces. Furnaces. Fire Clay goods, Scientific and Practicaj Booksf Glassware  Plaf in um goods, Acids.Cheinica Is and all otherAssn vet's and Miner's l-pquij-enieriN  Sole Agents for Moigan Crucible Coiupauf, 'Battersea, Becker Sons' Baf-  Ances', .etc. , ,.     r    ���������������.*������������������,  Catalogue and full particulars sent 011 application.

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