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 Vol. 8.-N0. 2.  HEVELSTOKE. B. C, APRIL 19, 1901..  $2.00. Per Year.  ;bE������3ih^  ii -/Si-fja fa "S "3'a QP    ---Sliv.'^T/^f'Oi  i'/J  &  IBST  <r  !*7f   C-l-CS  Gathering at, Hotel Revelstoke,  Goine and See Our Beautiful Bi&play  . of Spring Merchandise.  f^-U Assistant General Supsrintendent buchesnay Entertained in Grand Style  ,.      by Citizens and Employes,  rs-.x-.ui ������-jr&f.vzr-a-^-c-������sf.-c^3  i*:.a i  ?! 'M i  Rooky Mountains and made- -his  home amongst .'them. -He elid not  wish to detract from Eastern Canada, but when one had been,, in  British Columbia'for that length of  time lie learned io love it. and its  people, and' their magnificent  'Bcenery. He looked back with the  greatest pleasure over- ��������� tho' eleven  years he had been .iii.:JB.fityi, Columbia, and especially' to the last  and the men as uiribe (.'. P. R. Mi-:  Dui-hi'snay came among thi-ni four  years ago as a ,-t ranger. Today ( r .  tomorrow, if he left tlie division, he  would leave every man a friend.  (Cheers.) ' Mr. Duchesnay carried  with him the best wii-hcs of the  trainmen en- the Pacific division  totlay.  Conductor McCrum created immense tun by the dramatic way in  N  '���������151    I !  i ���������; i  11  IS-....  ,.,,  It  UiU'OL/O,  Fan'cv   White    Muslins.  'Laces,   ValaMcines,  etc.  'All-ovci  if*  m  l "Oil  m  if  $ SWISS &' DIMITY' MUSLIN  !5<S:     i  A most beautiful a.sso.rtnfeni of these.  .   . fashionable, gooclo in various colors at ifrl  so, 25 and 30 cenh?  Ao greater compliment was ever  ; aid a railway official. bv fellov  ���������mployc.- and the public alike, thai'  bar.'tendered on Monday nigh: 'to  .Ur. E. J. Duchesnay, on the oc-  ,|y jv-asion of his promotion from the  \~M ��������� position of .Superintendent of the  l',4 I ,-*huswai* and Mountain section of  It 'the  J/  1 UNDER  O  ii, '7/  rsjhib.  1 (O '  '  .Mercerised Sateen -Skirls  in endless  coioi's-  .t.'hc C. P. Iv. to that of, the second  &\ 1 highest position in (lie 'Pacific D!������  irion of the great railway (torpor-  im 1 i  i  VV>1 1  c: on's  ���������aid:   ���������'��������� It would have 'afforded tne  great  pleasure  to   have, met   my  many friends and fellow employes  at Hevelstoke to  rcriqw "acquaint'  ���������incos, and also to express  my ti])-.  p.reciation of the services  rendered  the  company, by ��������� the   gentleman  whom you intend to honor.   He  has always had the most kindly  feelings towards the employes, and  lias,always endeavored to .perform  his duties sn as to deal justly with  His employers,,the public,  and his*  four years during which' he had( which he narrated how lie met' Mr.  been superintendent of this section.' Duchesnay "on the carpet." "There  When  he   first  assumed that  position the duties assigned to him  wcrc.morcor less new, but when he  was surrounded >bv loval men as he  was' only the two of, us..", said Mr.  McCru'ni, " and his will was mv  plea.-ure." 1 Of 'Mr. Duchesnay's  successor, Mr, Kilptitriek, Mr.  .Vic*  had been, they had helped to..niake'j Crum said ".\*o honester heart ever  service.   By y p. m.,  the  1^,'j i nour appointed for the banquet, the  ���������/]%.! hotel corridors were crowded  with i fellow  employes."  -"M   representatives of the railway em-��������� for   Marnolc/.and  ployes, representing every branch.j Good Fellow.)  ���������i  All prices.  EASTER GLOVES.  mi  '��������� ,'jr  4\  \ik\  i  (Three  clieers  "He's.a Jollv  his duties light.'   Talking of.  THE LOYALTY'01/THE MEN. '!'"  From the lowest to the' highest  there was'noto.nc'who wa^ uot'foyal  to.the company and loyal to'-liim  as their head (Cheers).y-. and when  he transferred, his duties to liis  friend Mr. Kilpatrick, he could .-ay  that he had not one black mark  against one of them. (Cheers), .And  beat in man than that of our in-  coming Superintendent. ��������� I will do  my.best to prove true to him."-  (Cheers.)   ,. ������������������  Song���������A. B. Curry.  ' Toast���������'"'Therailway employe's to.  the citizens of Revelstoke,!,'to which  Aid. Bourne.neatly responded, and-'  urged that a new* station should' be-  provided at Revelstoke.- Ihe present-  Wei .sell  the famous Perrin's Gloves j^j  --Once worn always asked for. ||j  BOYS' BLOUSE; SUITS.  Just to* hand the. finest shipment bf ji(jj  Iioys' Blouse Suits. These are the m  best' made in Canada, and don't rip jwj  anvwhere.' ���������    '    ''.'������.   fes  i MEN'S CLOTHING.  ���������  m ���������.   ..  . We have just opened, up a large*iajf  range of beautiful   Satin-lined.'';All- m  'wool Serge and Worsted Suits, and M  marked them away dow.n. Call and m  sec us before' buying elsewhere. '  '       '-^  of the service and hail ing,from end  10 end of tlie section over which.Mr.  Duchesnay lias hitherto" presided���������  a striking evidence of" the high  esteem in which Mr. Duchesnay  has been held by all who havs  served under him.  THE VIdTMl'S.  1 Among the, visiting omployes  were; Dr. Proctor. Passenger Con-  I ductor Penscr,' Freight Conductor.-*  Stevens and McCrum, and Station  Agent"Coulct, of Kamloops; Road-  :.master V. Anderson, Locomotive  Foreman Carey, 'Engineer Pratt,  Conductor, Crump, of Field, Station  Agent Currie, of Salmon Arm; ��������� W.  H.Magee. of Mountain Creek.  The visiting public, too; were  strongly .represented, "cspLciully,  from Golden, whence'came F. W.  J cues, Secretary-Treasurer of the  Columbia' River Lumber Company."  Mr. Canibie, , Engineer-in-Chief,  said: "1 have the highest esteem  and regard for Mr. Duchesnay."    ���������  Trainmen ��������� Xo.. -1:- '��������� Congratulations to Mr. Duchesnay."  Benson? given by \A W, Jonei  why Miko Cnrlih was not at the  it was with pleasure that' he' could j * t^tionaccommodation.'it was well;  tell Mr. Kilpatrick that he would ! Know������^Vas utterly-inadequate,and  have to work with a*staff of -.men of  whom he would have a right to feel'  f.proud, (Cheers,) He had said  the same thing to his superior officer,'and when he said so he-spoke  from tho bottom of his heart,,- .-  He wished to take "advantage of  banquet: ."He was sick but wanted i this occasion to thank thorn irom  to come, His wife hid his clothes, J the bottom of his heart for the  and Dr. Taylor stood guard on the ������������������ loyalty which -thoy. .had shown  doorstep,", (Roars of laughter.) ��������� i towarde him."'��������� Sometimes a super-'  '���������nt'-ii ri'iw "' in ten dent would have unpleasanl  Obit (iLbfeli ,    ,. , . ,     .   . l ..  t��������� .-..���������. .-���������. ��������� ei ,   .-.   -     i \u    duties to perform and his ruing  In proposing the. toast   of- the  m.gl]t upl^ar.unjusti .,Rc ^licJ  evening,, ..the chairman "said Mr.  Duchesnay had .won the esteem of  all those with whom he had come  in contact during the last four years  that he had been in ore or less intimately associated with them, and  it must be extremely gratifying to  him to .see so ��������� many there that  night.   As an employee of the C.  fa  'if l  * h'.'I  \vmr&  J   ii %JS A  'McKonsIe Avonus.  and.formerly assistant  to .General i P- R-he ha(1 ,!Cen intimately associ  Shuswap division, and he had found  to assure them that  ins nitrf desihe    ���������  when he assumed hisydtities, was to  bo just. ("We know it."); That  wiis a compliment .lie ��������� appreciated.  If he had erred it was certainly'not  intentional and'he begged them to  forgive him; He saw there men  who had served the company for. IS  Manager Whvte at Winnipeg, J. E. j at(xl with-Mr- Duchesnay as super-, years, the man who had" done ...that | rick.  Griffith. C. E'..  Government Agent: I inteudent   of   the   Mountain  and   was a man of go'i  the people of the city were entitled  to a station building/suited to"'thc  requirements of. the town.   Speaking for the aldermen, he'could - say.  they were-sorry t'o lose Mr.'! Kilpatrick,.is mayor.   He had done,  more than anyone "else, to .further  the interests of' the city,   (Cheers.)  Toast���������''The Chairman,"- in re*  spouse to   which   Mr.   Kilpatrick ,  said his aim had been to forward  the interests uf the city to llie best  .of his ability.   As to the employes,  he thanked them for the expressions  toward   hitiiself,   and'   hoped- .he  wouldlhc'rit them,   lie would do ���������'  what he could'tu-fill- tlie "duties of '  his new position with satisfaction  to the citizens, to his fellow employes   and"  to    the    company,  (Cheers.)"  Song���������-Drz-Cross,    . '..   "'  Toast���������" The  Engineiueii,"    responded to by C.Carey and L. Pat'  at Golden, and formerlv an  Age  associ  ate with Mr.   Duchesnay   on   tlie  engineering staff of the mountain  him u man of tireless encrgy'in'tho  interest   of   his   employers,    .He  section, J, S. Gibb, Malinger of the ! believed he was voicing the senti-  Imperial Bank, and C. H.  Parson, | m.cV{ri,'"Val , m,   sa*vjn?   tllRt, he  ' Avished Mr. Duchesnay every success in his new position, and'hoped  that he' might 'continue to climb  ���������������*������   tale***** aita-aJ  cL?itji *v^,iy fcJrtt  l!inir,;)u!,;i! hi  HEAD OFFICli  V .....  W'M  I    IIV ,'ll't   lit'   I'.llilillill1  BANK.  it IS.V).  MONTKEA  Secretary-Treasurer  of tho Upper  Columbia  Navigation and .Tramway Company;  while   Banff   was  wcil renresented   bv   the   veteran"!  loT'E. WiUon.' ��������� j  Slior.ly after the appointed liQur,  his worship, .Mayor Kilpatrick, led  the way to- the banquetting hall,  and tne, big dining room/of the ��������� dres-r--, to ^liic-h about 70 si������r������aturcfs  u>  the ladder of promotion until he  reached the, top,    (Cheers,)  THU .'.DPliESS.  Duche-iiiiiy with the following ad  Hotel Kevelsloke was taxed to it.*  Moi.son' M.v{ii'niJ''iSii:v, Pi-Cm      a. II, ISwixo, V'ic-i  "   ' .1 \Mill's   lJl.!itOT,'lii'iii'i-!il  VAUJ UP CAPITAL  RESERVE  gi'P.Ci'.-il iMti!;!;ii; linsilic-ii; f,';iii.-;iulc,l,  J. D. HCLS9N, Manager,  .Milliliter  u I most capacity, If) ];ertoj]ri taking j  tlieif t'cals at, lhe table, cv^vy seal" I  "���������ui'i'oiuulina which vii-i occupied,'  and tcevvriiriiml io 1 y improvjfccil.  In reference to* 'the  citizens  Revelstoke and Golden, who were  present tliat night, he felt greatly  pleased, and thanked them for join'-  Thc Chairman then presented Mr.  ing with the''employes in coming  there to drink'-hit- health. The  citizens of Revelstoke and Golden  might l)c proud of their towns. The  o'od character and  he could say to them' "Take him  along with you, he is a'good' friend  muhji'man..whom you can trust.-  He is eligible for any society. (A'  voice: "For tlie orcler of Bufialos."  Laughter, J responded  in   one   of   the  '    -   .   TUTHECimENV, '     | ^'hw of ^he evening. _ ���������  , ,;    Wa.str-uast   hnd   or   tbe   \h- ���������  01! vision," responded to by Conductor '  Crump,  'Toast-~"Trai'nlnasfer and Ro;;  'masters," to which Messrs. Risteen,  Ne\yman   and   Vic' Anderson   rc������  sponded,   ������������������  Toast���������^'Thompson and Cascade  which    Mr.-  Goulot  one   of    the ' best  section,  to  were attached:  $2oOO.OOCi' ,  ' WL-J't" lill!  ���������Vi' HUNON YOi:  woi'ils iivcr tlie M  Revelstoke. B. C,  April 15th, 1BU1.  ' E, ���������"), Dui'hqs.iiiiy, Esq,  1   -Sir,"Wo amongst your numerous  uvur',-  fnc-!itls,-.-;i a banquet held in your  ��������� 2,o3o,oo( i (M-ceted th'1 lmiosI of the ��������� honor, dusiro.lo exnrcss our sincere  liiloi'isi ii!lo'.vi'i!o!iik'Pii������!l.M!ti;tifn.'iiinito. tuulJ. "-liX~l c.^.i u.~ miii:i u   uil , ,.    .       * , n,nl,,; ,������������������:���������������������������������  levelling   as   he 'inured  the hall.   ''Ppieu.ition ot \otu many eminent  fiEYELSTOKB, B. C. Vvhich was liisiefullvtL't out with a   qualities, r.iul  the hunorable and  i wcilth of ihitrs and flowers.  .    -        ciiurleous treatment we have always  /Tl ������=������  Ot  1- i  o  , It.  I   U*ll  i i-ili/.i'ii  i  Ccunn Bros. Remove io fcc!(9n:ic  ; Ave.���������Central Si A far iho  ��������� Uppsr-Posi Office;-  li.'   .'i   ici eiii   (onvi'incnce'1   lo   tin  (if   111" lll)|.Ct' i 11cl nf   the teiVV 11,  ili'S   .-i-l! liny   nlll-i-   (111(1   fen    ill!  the  I ,J  the 1,11-nic������������������ (.-I'lit re of lln' j  v'  (|!ie.-l inn  ciiy  ,-i nil  WlMCll    win  Alclveii.'.ii  On   the  ir.-t   Sli-i'i'l.  :Vv'"!iii-;.  U.-iii-fi'l  i" .Ml'Keir/.ii' Aveililiy  Tin- lilin-k w ill !';ici'  tlii'si* huililiiig-  j In-ill^'i-iiiii|)li'ti'il iii-iaiigi'iniMiU will In.  j in.iilc when-liv | Iip -fii'iiiiil f| im (if lhe  , lur;,'.'!' Iniildiiii,' will he used liy IJnllllll,  1 I'rii,-. n.- their hu ni n.n iv iinrl ^rui-eiy  , .-etiiii', .'inil   JJeiil   iC  Viilin^ will iHTiipy  the  -.iiinlli't   building   for  thi'ir  seili'  i,'()(iil> liu-ineys. '  1 ho Mayor presided, and on  his  right were the guest ci- the evening  and Mr. J. E. Griflith. while on his  left were Mcsirs. Fauquier and  F.  -. Jones,   ���������                     , j  A fpltnilid bill of fare was pre-1  vided by !lo-t Pcrley, and the as* i  :(in'!)liige i'.(.alt hl.-urally with the!  "   "  the!  received at your hands, anei our  earnest wish is lhat good luck may  follow you iu your new 'and enlarged responsibilities, knowing  well lhat so far as it may-lie in  your power the same consideration  will over bo extended to others.  Jill. Dt'CtlEHNAY'S ril'EECII.  Wil V  The new sit" of llu* post, nll'iiv is one  lliiil will give tinivi-rs-il .s-itiuf.-ictinn io  ii.sk  .ifiiK.vingUielioiisi'    llu, t,(.3|lk,rilrj (jf t[K. uppei i'|,d ,.f  H,i  llie   least,  ilisttil-lmig lilt"  v .. J .  w.O.'   . .'-      ���������    ���������  JIouhkv Ili-i'S. li.-ive K-l a coiil I'.'icl. I"  .1. A. Kei-inii,'lini) \'"V lhe reitinviil of  Alel. liniil'.-H-'.-i ic-idi-liee froin lie'l-(H-'  in-r of Kii>t< Htrce-I, njid McKi'ir/'ic Ave.  id lln; Ini on r-ii-ICi'ii*/.ii-Ave., iieymul  .M. J. 0'13rieii's ivsidi'iin-. ..Mr. KithiV-  1,'liiin i*i iiei-foi-itiiiii,' stici'i!.s>fnlly ihi'  Iviiiin kalile  u-iilintit   in  I'tit-niLui-e of doMic-li'.' nrraiiR'Miii'nts,  * vvliich go on im tisiKil, llie family living  ill. (!)������' house while ii i.i on its j Miney.  thi-- pint, of his ronli'.u't .-ifc-miiplts-h-  i-rl, Mr. I'-lnn.iRliiin'-liiiMi fnilhi-'i ion.  tint t In mint' t'- ll'*' l"t ih������ atfd hy  iiltMvsidence   tin*   I.-IIRI'Irlm-k of litllld*    ������������.  ii'jgH  oc'i-'iipiod   hy   Jjimi'iu'   I3ros,,  us  )i,-il'dvviii-('  .-1.1(1  gciieivii   Sl������'l'e,  -'UK]   liy  M������t������r*. Heifl-iiml VoungV mft woif  buslnw. wiib tbe Mawulc iodg������ yoniij ]    Enterprise Diewery-Fer^i^on, U-  nm-bMid.   BuildiiiKS im<i not-k will lie | '"���������'T- iIllfrill"������'������i'f.  Albeit    Unymi.  Vt'iiuivfil  c.xacllv   ;ii������  llu-y MunH, iitnj ! Tboiii^m'-i L.-rndiny. CoiuapIiK.  ������li\������* ilrins will (-orifiiift   tiieli-liii.-iiie.-eo j     MuilU iiild SlivJ-Jiinitli  t*i"i*li, 10-  lillililiiiKH   me   en   mule Ui | inile, ll'-yi! .-.  H.   l]llWM'll  ! good .tilings   provided,  amid   the j    Mr. Dcchesnav, in   responding,  j musical   sti-ams    contributed    by jthnuked tliiun for the  hearty  i Messrs, Kiiic'iitl and Vi'illiams who  i met with appreciative plaudits from  . i'i*"i'ii liiw.'.l'j tiiiic,  ���������JJIE TOAsl'S',  iii winch they  and fur tin: i  liad drunk his health  pli'hdid   banquet   to!  interest of the railway company  and of the citizen-* of those towns  was identical. The citizen*; of  these towns* had .* shown 'by ��������� the  .vtiriotiB jwtbl-tcbnildin'g,-5 Xvliicl/ they  hail erected that they were hero tb  stay, and were in a good state of  progress, ' He  f'ONl'J'A.'ITUTKn llEVEI.S'l'OKi;  on the progressiveness and persouel  of its city council, to whom..it was  (lucthat- the city now practically  owned its own*,water' and light  franchise. -. If you want to judge of  a* city and its people'and their  characteristics ho had boon told- to  jo to their homes, At Golden they  iad most elegant cottages, and a't  Revelstoke they Had within the last  few years ied) many nice buildings j  and new homes erected, ' -Here thev j  ���������ahit h they bad invited him,   The I ^:1W oottages of most oh'gaiit taste,  chairman "had. been kind uiough to J iind a people who wore a..credit to  The tables '.'���������leared, the chairman | pay him many compliments which jiJ nt}'-   Ho wished thorn nil.future  proposed thf.' health of "His Jin-; he did nut dcr-ci'Vc ("Vcs you,do"), j prosperity,   (Cheers.)  ���������.(���������rial   Majorty,  .King    Edward," ! As he looked around there was not  which was ho'iored with the sing-) :i face that ho could mi' recall,some  ing oi the national anthem.   . '       ,| of them having shared with him  SHIPMENTS  " The Army and Navy," proposed ' llin hardships of fifteen . years ago.  by Mr, Fauquier, coupled with the ; Amongst I hose ho might mention  nume of Cupt. Taylor, who suitably j Mr. 'Jhos, Downic, whom ho could  responded.   Iu proposing thin toast \ recall as fur luck as 186-5, when ho    Mr.  Fauc-uif-r 'reforrod"   to    ths '      ' '"  ; rpi^diil ''lis. :i orc-ning"jp ;-i the  Made OuNiig th? We:k hy Rsvel- jlt^ky Mou:tt3iiif, as doiie by tbe  foremost among whom  stoke Merchants,  weie (It  Trout  Li!;e, ('om.-ipli'.-  Kooleiwiy i!i ewery��������� .\a!ui*p.  llt'iil a in! .yoiiMg-'-Niikiisp,'(.'Hi'ii('i|>i'x..  Wliilii   llu  i heir new slie ju-t ������b if lln-y  llieil' eild sl.'-'inil.   '  "Tlie1 i-emov/il of I'his impm-i/niil liii.s  ness��������� lilii'clc 'will   licviti iiri|.iiijai,i. ndi'li*   Ai-rowlniiiKyCi-iii^elliiciii.', Hic.-im|i.ii-..  lion to ���������iMcKi'iizie  Avenue, nnd, us lhe !     W.   M.   Lnw i-ei,ice-'C:..iiiiip!ix.   F"  ���������iiu.st oiru-e  'wiil   also   conie "'wilh' iii.. I :-".imi!i.    ji!iii;h    cici-k,   '��������� Ai niw ii- Ai  ! engineer?, ioromost  was   ibeir  guest.   (Cheers.)   'lhe  toast  was  accompanied   hy , the  heartyeinciag ci ;:Bule Brita*:n:'i.',:  ������oog, Al. Peaic-r,  Song, 0. Balfour.  111V AJjsTM'.  T. Downic, secretary to (he com-  mittcoi here read messages from the  foil owing. rcareit i ng their i n.abi lit y  to atti. n.'l;' ,R ���������' 'Marpolo, II, J,, (Jam-  bie, W, ijowiiie, F, E.'Hobbs, Mike  Carlin, K, V.'atmoro, Tntinmon' of  Xo. I.; '���������'��������� . ,   .,-. ���������':'  ,i;������i'^WyiSt^  ���������''is aliaoit *:s ������vift- a doipatcher as  n0"������". (Ch?erE.) ' Another man,  whom he regretted not feeing  prercnt, was their venerable road-  master, Kohl. Watmnre, who shared"  his arduous duties on tho shore of  Lake-Superior in 1SS4. Another  gontlcman. v/hom ho remorabered  h far bock as 188.5, wae their  veteran ruaelmuslor whom ho might  call "suowslido Xowman" (Roiirs of  laughter), whose smiling countenance, reliability and attention to  duty, had :often encouraged them  through many dillioultics. ������������������.'.'���������'  ���������     "/ ������������������'.''Jilt- EIUHtVeARW -     ���������;,',.  of railwayAvorkwere in ityr Cfi^t.  "'.^8 WW^'to-W^'-w  sin'l'W'MKNI'AKY i'HiXIKAMMI-:,  Hung���������W. Cook,"  Song���������Dr. Carrufhers.  Toast���������-" Profession,-!1'- tuirl'   tho  Press," responded to by Drs. -Ciu's,  Pruci'-r .'Jiiil Corruthers,"  Carter, Haggeu, .Scott -iv  Toast���������" Tho Ladies," proposed  by C. H.,Temple, and responded to  by Muckloston.  Mr. Fauquier ]iroposed a special  toast to Mr. Kilpatrick, .who. in  'respo.nding, said he had much ap������  prcciatod the bunqtiet' tendered to  Mr, Ducheshay, 'If there'was anyi  thing hu could do fur any of the  towns along the Una he would- en*  deavor to do so as long ,as it did  not conflict with hit duties lothuni  as ii railway"'employee. In 'entering onjiis new duties lie appealed  lo his fellow employes for their  forbearance. ' He wished to express  his kindest regards to them and to  merit'their kind wishes" both from  an employes and a-citizen's point  of view.  "Our Host" was then drunk in  bumpers, coupled with compliments  to the manager of tho'H*otel Revelstoke, Sandy McDonnell, and'Host  'Per ley .suitably responded,  The assemblage di'sper-i-d about  three uV-luek after heartily juininy  n " Auld Lung Syne." '  . During' tho evening Dr. Car-  ruthers kindly presided at tho  piano.  Dr. Croc-* marls a vitty :r??ek  r'cnj*���������'Al. Pcntcr.   ' ' * i  In'ftrumental trio���������Messrs. Barber, Willi'iims and Kiucaid.''i'-*'  Bon.?���������-0. Halfour.  Toast���������'!Tho Visitors,'.' resy.onded  tc l\y I,   Vi'.  Jones,. .Conductors  B'tevens  and  McCrum. "'To   Conductor Strvcifd belongs t'hc 'honor  of haviii}.' made the best speech of  the'evening'..  Hu.'^iiid .tht public  sometimes had an idea there was  friction, between the men and the  officials'biit he:could .$&vy^uch ������������������ w?.is  not the ease, 'there iya^-no otlie'r  road on the 'Americtiii' continent  wbens <4i<:rc was sii'cjj. coivj)iii.J uood  -^IW.^uiR'V^i^- 4v. Ufetvlfi  GRIP AND PASSWORD,  K. 01-' l',  Tliegl'illirJ I'li-iliO'lli-lM)? l||.. Kih\IjL������!  MeSMV. Mc- i nf i'.vlljil1-*' ^'"' 3- L. Unnvni', of JCnui-  .ldLuea-'1' Iti01's' ifi'������ow u'������^'-"'i ibc anmial.ivtir  ������f tbi? piii'i.'nci'.  :.' f.. 7. <<  Tlifi Ili^li Cenirt e.f b. C. uiri'ls on .  Monday nt JO ..'i-iiu-k <iL the; OddHlown  LI.ill lo retvivi' civrk'nti.-il.-*. Tbi-Ex-  (.cut'ive will Intel,,a ?. Eotitbero ddi ��������� '  gnWi will uriivfc on Sunday r?v*.nin������  and wp-ti-m d^b^M'tce on Mnnduy  tliniDiiig. A liiinqu.'t will be held in  tin* I'vcninix-  The. i-i'Kiih.i-  iiit'ciiiifl: nf Conit, Ml,     .  lii'io'liie- will in. held Mondiiy evening nt  which there will he an iiiiUatioi).   The  court, will llien .'itljeiiirn io ih-. hunqiict,  .'���������';.-"'.,-������������������'";   a.().i: .' "[.��������� ������������������ ; -^ _:- ������������������-.  At 'tlie   Rn.yal   Sl-illlet    IlK'Pliijg on  Mni'i'diiy  degiveS swei-i? roDKy*Vi-'iJ  on  r,      " "ty    y
��f)e Ikootcna^ fiDatl
��i a �� x! i. .3 i u -V. JL,, ja. O.,
Babsori^iisn   Prlos,   ��2.03   Per * Annum
AUVritTISINU I'A'lJJS qtsDteil en appli-
JOT? I'KINTI.VG r.f every kind .it mo>t reason
aWc rates iind olioi'tl-nl notice.
ACCOUNTS feir job lu-iiil'n-,' or .���ieli-rrti��in$?
p.i.vn!>lc on lire- liivt nf every tnnnlh; ritili-
hcritilioii-' ]i.iy,ib!o -ti-k-tly in advance.
COIMIKsrnN'IiKNX'K invited on ;ill mnttrrs
ef li c il oi-imiilic iiitorsiit. All i-uiiuii.mii.-ii-
liorn to tine Kiilior nii!<t bo iiecoinpftnied
liy tho imnii- of lliu '.vrltiir, nol neiooi-Mirily
fur t'lililiiiiilliin, bill, uti sin eviiU'nr.M (if
pond fiiiih. CntTO'-iniiilctiCO tmint re-Hell tlio
e.nico by TiiO'liiy I'veidns in order to Iind a
��� pl.irc in the Ih-.-.t ir-iiic of the .M-iri. after
receipt,       '        '���'
Address ' '   ,
.    Tlll-l KOOTENAY MAIL,,
nevol.-toki', D.U.
I1. 0. floM "���(), lli-vcirtokc {-union. r
Ti-lcpiiotn- Ko. %.    "
to have the  appointment made  at"
a'u earlv date.
ana' - inaia
Tin: conduct of some members uf j
parliament is pretty contemptible, i
ciark waiiaccsaitibe,would givejYracie ;s Confederating the Empire.
the house the record oi the member ��� , ���   ,
forBiichnw(Taibot), whereupon;Britain is Canada's Best Customer.
Talbot  challenged   Wallace   to   a ,       <      ��� ,
light on the floor of the commons. Britain, cannot buy if she does not sell.
Members who net in this way arc
not much credit to the constituents
who sent them there.
Use TEA Grown in a British Colony by Briiish capital.
a;*;;'-:  and  well   lighted
.-A-'II-Ll-:  ROOMS,   floated by
"VS i:(,t, ;ui- nii'l ilei-iric boll* Bad
1'kIiI in cit;. room.   I'rcc birs meet* ��ll
Ni^!:t (':���;:'. I'oi.m in ceMie ction for Ih*
i-einvL-ni.'iii'i' e. 1 i-i.c.-l- iiiiivinjr and <!������
jiiirliiiy by nijjlii tra:iw. Hourly ��tre����
uir OuiWLiii iiolel nnd ntation.
i n
' It is reported that the Ureal
N'orlhern has blocked the Manitoba
rnilwav   deal.,    When   the   Great
ri.rayy sold y in., scaled*; lead:
never,   in ybulka, y Blacky-
Ceylon Teas
.-._    -      -   v��a packe's   Orily,
a��k(?   \%&s? 3 ^.    ,       Mixed y'o.'r.yy':,ync9,lor^
Samples on Appl'cateon.    Addrc&s " SALADA.y'.'T.oro'ptdy;^:A'}-:?; s--'[ iiiAi \ Ai  '
ti     s   '
Xorihern has started to dictate  to   W01.d   aiul   ,ol(lcm   hiUi , .,    mort.
,    i the governments of Canada as  to  genuine and well-deserved c��,nii)!i
i what they shall   and   what   Ihey \ ment bcen paid t��. a citizen of lhis
 ~ ��� f^\) ������ do'in  regard  to rttiiwtiy j pYoy\]K.Vi   0ne of the most plt"asin<r
citv A(iKXTrf. j matters, it is time for the people to | fe..iurC!- 01- \\w ot-cu*?i<��n   was   the
cojiio- of ri/:-. .m.mi, mn;.- beoiitainciifrom j throw off the Yoke' of railroad com- ! irsltiiei'ijTf of-railway empJoves and
lunations,     , ��� i representatives of  the  com'munilv
���  Ill Mm   I I -1
outs-ido llie railwav service from nil
Coiiieii eif Tii;: .M.mi, n
till1 follenvin-f cliy njjdit-,;
,t. W. Hi-..v.n-i:*it.   '
C'A.v.MiA I'myi- .v Kook Cu.
,   a'. H. wia,w.
IIoNi Mit, J.LAiit, minister of railways, has expressed  his  determln*
Tiir iiniii'iii'i! Tyjic'i'oiiiKii-y Cn,, i.imite-ei. ' ution that, in granting the dominion
AelviTtMlii-,' .U'e-iUi*, A Jlitfli fttn.-i.-t, llniillui-el, . r-
L'iri ion w��� !-;iib'i.-in(i.    ' I ���.������barter for tho Crows JSe.-t: r.ulwa v, i
soc-.tion^   or   tr.o   roac
'division   reecnlly    ] iv.-ieli-d
bv    Mr.    Dtobcmav,    and
uiitlor   the
ovi r
it   is
lii'i-VL-rsi.''1'"1 c'j!c,!:''"l'Ath't'rti''i"1''A|=fi''K*.v,   llin|,i-. j-voU-ction shall be provided
Ponlral Pi-cei*! Agency, C'linitiiidii Advcrtidiliii |
Ajjotioy, /vaoiit-1.'
A, McKitn k C.'o��� Agciilri,
])csbariU.*i Aelvcrtiijlii-; ^ifone-y,
lhat British Columbia industries
.shall first have all llie coal' and
; coke (boy require.' This is another
instance of lhe splendid way in
which utho liberal government
watches the inteiests of Canada.
Alrxniulci- &i  Co.,  Ailvii-tlnlna  Agenls,5*.l
SAN l''l!AN'(.'IriCU AOKNCY.
' Snt WiM-i!n')  LAfitiEii has inti-
mniod  lhat,   with   his ���colleagues
lions. Siftcn, Tarte and  raterscn,
i:. r, n.i'Kc, oi mid w MerchantsKxcimngc   he 'will   visit   British    Columbia
Atf-.-iit-.       ' - "' i    .   i , 'i
 ���  -'-'.. .-..-.-.���-.:���j shortly,   A   right   loyal' welcome
nkw Vouic aok.vcV, ! wj]j pc accorded tlicso great leaders
i:cMiiii'jto.ii?i*iis,:!i(iii.-ciai!w.iy.    - ^ j of t]jc jiheral p^.i^'^ul' WO'StlggOSt
i to tbe liberal committee that'thev
1        CI Cl J VTlt)V ' ' *
v,.,. .komtwav mam. i.,v.'.i iinn-ci^ o!r- \ ���^'W to arrange for'a reception
^���V^i^W M\^I,^Yo^^^.l<���^^^V^^W1!^1^^^lV1^ ; in this city to the men'whose names
Allioi-l Celiiv'oil
AiToivb.'iid   '
Trout l.nkr City
for  a..;ncw..yO,:'P.yir;^ystation.y Tlio
] rj en.t';stiv:tion;'bi,lohg^ .t^y.*;iI.l,^v���;;:':tJJId^���
(layif ���wheiv;y*!i:i;ikc,shii!:sy:' ���woroyvvi);!.
Foi7T]ieainei'c;asiiU'' l)Ur;ih(,!Sr
t.nd  'accom'iiioda.'ii.i.'n''
C-f-''::i!*0-v'im-;i  ooa^ros
ytjilli \AX 's Ax i t ,���';' 11 ie; ���' ���'* !:0!'ei i
ferao** i
".-n-.'i.yfc.'.s-.1... . . ......^v���^- -,. ...   ..Jj-.,^ , jf.^
I lied llu wild
llOfjoi-K I'elhS
Srilnion Ann
'I'Iiiiiii.ihii'b l.nndiiig
n.'iloyein 1 [nt S]ii-Iii{,'r! NnkiH|>
Jirifion City J-'iio Valloy.
arc honored from one did of llie
Dominion to (lie other and who
have led the liberal forces, to1 the
grandest successes that havo i.har-
aclemed (he admiuislration of the
srs= ; iiublic a flairs of Canada.
w; CROSS, M, D���
Ofllco: Tnjloi" JJlccIs, Maclu'iislc Avcinio.
AltVIiV & AtrUAHTEn" '
Today'.- issue of the Kootj'Xay
Mail is t.hc largest, issue of. nily
Hewspaper yet jiiiblished al. Revel*
-*loke, and  never have advertisers
I in this section  had  the benefit of
,. ach wide-spread publieifv as that
iiAiiniSTJine, BoucrronH, ktc.       |     , , , ���,,-,',        ,
Omen;   Moi.ho.nr bank  Ui.ooic, Iti:vn.- i winch is iiow afh'rdcd them through
* . .     otokb, u. c ���       i thoa-olumns of U'.e Mail,   Tn
Monoy tfiJonii.
Oftico: IU-vcl.-iti'kc, Ti. C',| l-'orlSlci'li-, n, C,
Gico. P. MeCiAKTHu, J, A, HaiiVijv,
KcvclMoUi', i). (', l'ort tit-roll-, I), C.
c-ldoiit iliiil lhe, j ublic and the
rail-.ray service v.ni'.e with .such
unanimity to do honor to one' who
has earned the honor and esteem of
the v.hole community,
An ofi'.e.'ai of tlie'ea'-lern poriioir
of the 1-huiwa*) and Mountain
section of 'the C. J'. R. ] roiidly
draws our alu ntinn-lo the fact that
the banquet lendertd to Assistant-
Superin'.endent Duchesnay on Monday night is the first occasion in
Ih'e history of Canadian or United
States railways on which the em*,,
ployes, no matter what, brnneh of i Washi'd ":".;''(l'')wn ayn; .i^lrRi'tipJi'. yliiii*':
the'servicc they belonged to, have | ��lii(*liyClii.s,|(.;;;y'fti!is,y..,f;7JJiih..ii,'y;ln;.y
h.-itl t6;i;c|'ii.ii*..��� i.y'f?,l(iii(!iiie.!;..;\v'ii^'iyeU'('|)
in icvyvviVtor,':1 n('';,'vvnli-s, ;'air;i yiVynlcaiiy
- t('i'!-H'fey7(''i,I(lyyiii)(ly';('<iit'di. a/7Jt;y.yy^i-e-vv*,
j:t:rtaitv.-V;!JJ.!i.?-'ui-r.,;-..isi{UJ.,^:'"'ine. --j- rv.i-.-.ciu���������;--'^pfM.3-.-.:'a^E��??:?-,--":--'''^f*^ "aaQ f\ t����?;--�� =���,-.->. v,^
>iat:oiv-i^vJiolJ^iS^ �� h i\\   I   H ?4
,. ,    :-',,.:/'���,. "���m;i'-'-. "������.������,^'lv ��� .;7 ,7a;a I '���*...:.����� yy 8 ,;"U=��V',:.-,':.-yss^ i��r--k   \]    8    %   Z.8   v
side.*;.-:tiie.v.l').v'.i1ld'iny -iHa i;psiu:oil.,io:y;y'������:������ ,yy7 7. yvyyyay.;y7v "
handliii'g"the(i;aynicyof;,ah iinpoi'liu
j t: n e t'i.on, A A i A. .aEevels t <AaA 'T! icy <, ^����MA��A s'Aa
a rr, ;))���;';;( ment-ylyirydeparturef' cfyythoa
and m^n.y'yUy }yasp.engei':--htisy Jyeeny
loft, licbihd .;a'j;:;tho;.yresuifcayof-;tbe7
this more,than; theyyolliciab;ythein
! clvcs^iidyitylisyio jibyhojvedy tliat yuv;
: he: r ynext..|jGsti mate's y;tlievdi reefbrsy
will nr^kcyprovision foratliOyreplace^
liKii'. .ol'atho^l'iroycnty. sfatio)iyyby:7;'a7
hiuldihg::w6'rthv.-.'of.: '.thc.eit'v.'fiiiiUV-'oi'
.... " .-.- ......      -a *.a'.a'.'���;.a'-..i..-'a'a- a ''.I'-a. .,...-��� ..   ..-ri:
t hc 1 a rge a*pluiiio;of v;i;a i l\vay��� bu si ii ess
now transacbd::ili'"Revoisl(.iko,y.yy:;^
a y.-.r '.'yaa'-^ya', ���y*;a;v...77aaa'y��'aa~y"y;;;;y ''aya'yv;a"-
A Raging!fMawnfoFloods..
bad the Opportunity, and were i.ti
fact invited, to attend .a banquet to
a,superintendent under whom" thev
Ni'v'vlv built. yiist-dtiM
in e'very respect. AU
iiKK.'cfu i-Diivi-iiifricPs.
Linger sample rooms.    Pir�� ,
pruni   h.-.l'e.      J-'ree ;bu��
mtiiils nil iriiins.      '
Under k,-iuh�� in;ui,iprni��iit.
mcm-HttoXtt vi
,.rs- �����e~-Kr*t -:
$0��mmmmmmny& a householo beautifier.
���A ;th'y':}5o\vyd^!vput uphi 51 b. pacl;.'io*cs and iii 25 bcauiiful shades.
\VjiGhvli'Q;ji3e'';c]oaninf;"'be:-.slire and'usc. {^JORALO and lmvr. somc-
;dii'!igrfop*ydtiryAy6rk.     liasii\' aj);;iicel and wont rub oil.
ti,superintendent under whom'they   wn.-Mail^                                                                            & CO. Ltd., 12? Cordova St., VancCUVCr, B.X.
served.   This ofl'.cer rays the event 1 in 0*ik.i,nii.'(i:,-^  Il8y.
M. 5C0TT, ll.A., LL.U,
B.VilHr��TIi:jl.    MOMCITOII,    NllTAItY
rnii.if, Etc
Melvi-nzii1' Ave.,   ���   Ilewlsliifcr, 15. C'.'j ��
A      II. 1I0LDICII ���
-i.-\ f     , ,  "   ���
'  ,        AS3AYKIt.-
Ilnpl School of Sllnci, Uondoii.
f-uvi'M yiMir.i ul Slutf-i Woi-'e-, Swnnsp.ij.
fcjoviiu'i'oii  ,vo(im Chief  Clicniinl tw Wi-,-
C'Oftl mi'! li'oii Cm., Kn;,'.
{jRlo Clioint-et and Acaycr, ll.ill .Mincn. T,id,
KVofy i!c.-iL')'l|!llon Ol aweiy nnd niiiilytlcu
Work undort.ilecn.
Cldlniie o.\aiiiitii'elnii(l reported upon.
is well worthy of'a place in the of-
licia] publication?! of  lhe trackmen
i>    ���*
Tin: Columbian, although' a
recoiriiised organ of the conservative
party, administer.* a v-'ell-dewryod
dre.- sing-down to the Montrea
Gazette, lhe chief organ of the con-
riervalive party .'in Que hoc. Tlie
Co'le.mbian very truly .-ays. of the
ui'.yV \��h\w nf the Mail, containing ] Gazette's remarks: -They are-
the report cf the banquet in Mr, j lyi '"ai vi tlie uvriiinent that has
DuchesDuy, litis been delivered to! Iieeii accorded. IM'ish Columbia by
every cm])loyec  on   the   ^hiiswup ; lhe Mulitical party tliat paper repve-
'6i the '.', i'.! "Cit--, and who-c latter-flay I'ltllous
' iiiflifiVrcuc' losi to them this province and the resi of  the*1 great  wcs-t
t(��i-:e is a- f.rc.ntc-| hy the ���natesmanship of .Sir
t'cadi!";^ i  t-i... \:..Li 1,1 ���u,,r
.coiilil ,ne;i)y;;liv(?V;yT,h!'iU I^begiUia'tisiiig
Dr, Ivins?-^i'V''^y^>Vi'''.J^.'^'c'0'v^l'!y--- y.'fin'ila::'.wirs-'-j
ditioli to otir rupitlly increasing list
of ivgular .-tib.-cribcrs, a eojiy ui to-'
Ke 11 ie. Tf tiek" Ac t:is:yl.'ci lig,; ..yidhited
ih tif57'Lardeii:i:,:^A^A-AsaA: A. :i
Ch'giiiii"cly'AViIks -avI.1 iy yisi AFci'-yly.^
Vuc ui'jioi't��the'-iu''i-'n.ers of tliat camp.y;'
RUGS, 7   " '
LINOLEUMS, '      -
ls;('cryt!)ing7to furnish ;i Hoirc itimodesl or u'.-iboral'i: stylo.
jW'i'itcToi'ydiu' J961;C'atal0^ 11 c���
i ne
and Mountain divisioi
jidcpertdttnttitys'! then:
in t!)C;niih.ei*:" liniiiiiy lK.,() iiiityoflyiUO i*^~*
s::i-i 1 ; ni:]!ioyed^;!r('o!'gi'oUiHl iti.'lbo
m.iK'-yo;'Ro;*s.!audi���...������' ^'���'..''a'.'-'������''.; v'v
,/���-,!��� ���   ��� -,.     ,   .        t.(na'tor.'-'Teiuj)lenia.!-i-':iiii^,'''':iili:,'ro'
A cii\i].mj need uILevelst(ir:c is a-_ nccAC,\ by tho <ta:osmanship of Sir   ,lUee<b in tliu sciiritc, avliilL'io'g;^
j tree   public   library 'and   j'cr.ilinc j j0},u ;.i:lCr[on:iId and his colleagues   Jiibov inniOJisietl^VrlghtfW
j room.   Huchr.li ihstitiuifii  we.'Uh.l: ,(  wr]v Ccl'-fcdc-ration.- Ill  their ! labol- yaliel 7p.lfi,<;e"''lhe��-^f<;'i\'...;ii'iiy
!in,,ii  io  i!-o   I'irv.   ."1 ' .,.���;;,���������.,..���.  .,   ,,���;> i arii'-'lothoy'elpsii'OyUi Iniirk';;Ci:ii:oii
it ccntains loooiliuslraticns, all priced.
Complete Furnishers,
Victoria, B. C,
a^fanti-'>v>>T. K-
be ::;i iimnciiri: b'.'oii 10 the city, c*.,y western -c,.itimoii' watj a unit
We recogni^ dial a: the p('esc'iu.*.,_i i.pij. j,i.- j r,^r. }-An thu fuecgssioli
time there firo maiiv calis  cn  the
:.*rrt *2m*~v jv^i
���n r
Mining Exgineei:,
i'oduet.'.:;;. ���:.-y'.y:',v-' ���-��� ������i'jy'7'yv;:-'7;;y
.        .     .    A^^^'^itAAli^^
people here lor varmus ui^rpnsc.',; ,y} e nn-v rep res fined by the Gazette ; |- rc.�� .-i��rf Va-'t i"ft jf iic t i.t;'ji .:_W i ill ���"���( 1 i ii- nicieli- i- |J|J:f f | lllt^yl'y
and it i? not v.-i-H to, press  for  iw , rl;vnid ihe wo-l a-i  solidly  againrt j Ccalie ii3 miieiiVTiy jth^
the con-ervativc- a- it had'hecn for i in (he Co;U Mi;ii-)s d^igulatibi'ivAct,
tlu-m v.hile great men ruled in  the ! *
��     .-������"'��������� rr?TT.-f*n'.-   TD^nCTjP'^T'npC1.'     "PV^'s-T A TTfi'CJI'
..'���-,���,... J. xiAii   ai, j.'.iU-jJ;:Jtiiu X Ol-jO     jjtQuXjj.iMi.i.i 17jj
" ' ;'i"i"}, A'..; Ko. i'i KStf.A: DVD:JK, NfflAiSO^. D. 0.
���ii (lo!;!.''^ilv'.'vr-.u(;ii:lii>uU,iiii|K,i-?-l;,,'-':-,vvi,-'.i!d ;il lliu l-lN't'II ANlii-:.
h'ltlCR.'-M ii.lvrN'i;' (jyil.D iii-oin-nio- wnmi-d .n unoo for Kin-lcrn ir.voiiloiv.
'��� I iii-iirs liiiviiiir- iiiiiiio-jt pi-op.-iiy l'.ir .*'i!o .-ir .- fj'i'.ic.'iiiil lo rand i=;',iji|.'!ii of tliolr ore to IM8
icxf-1 r \ xci io r*��r'b.N;11 bis i(111.
'���"''.'. AH .Silllipia- Slill.til !,.,iio>-> III I3.V l'\-!)-.,('s-i, I1,"!-!.'
��� 77,Co! t'L'rt|.i..iKJoiil-o reoHiiitoel.   Add
a\:ipi.i!.i!)ii.'J'XiSAA'hA '-ox 'f!il-
ill i:i.iii::r:i!'!.j-J.i'..l!r) !n
A^r.BS'.v :-', a3r-*H>:ns!xnr.r<, 2-7oieon,'*e.o,
(.Mem.  Aiiicrk'iin  Iii-titu'te' Miiiini: Engineer--]
t.M'.'in. Cniiiuliiiii Mlniii-f Iii."tlUitc.)
K\*.'iitiiiiafioii eir* riml report* 01 .Mineral T'cO'
IH.'i-tlcs iiS|)oclrtiiy,
ftbc mootenav? Mall
* i-'lUUAV,   AI'itIL   IU,  IM1.
. mui-hatoncc. 'I he wan? ��n' .'��� mean-
of   ligitimate-    (���nicriailil'n nt    for
visitors   to  the  city,  and  for   lhe
j large proportion of the /population
i te whom such an elevating pha- of
; resort would be a  boon, i-  much
felt, aud we hope M>on, to see 'lie
i work'of a library and reading rn.mi
vigorously taken   in   Land   by   ,-i
��� faction of niir fellow-citizen*.
a:ul 7 wiili''.7,:it'y-'c6:iV'j,S7. th..'
elite *-'-0.l   C
in the;.:ivtcrest;dfvi.be miners.: '-���
A w'iinessjicfori! tlicyGhiiicsc. com- j aclvanUrgc ;,AyN;K\\,   hfl'-KLX'G   SGI
.   'We
JrO...LlSTG- I
to l!:c best
just  opened  up out*
We won: to .-��-���' a   nioveinent or*
iin<-'f"! rmoiig'thc inismess houses , Chinese '"'.employed: there,
' mission said iJiatihc !^C(.)iCli7mi:nei*s.j',';Sju''iilg yStockyofy Suits, Pauls, Sliirls, elc, and-fed safe in saying that we
1 who camc.:b.tilt^ vo.i ih th-j;e lines.,   W'c'aiso carrv the SLATER
; ingieiii.raiue.rTcltirncydyfdy. Pcdtiand,/ \ ' .
again bccaiiec'vli'ey coukLnot make'v        '      '"""'   '     "
a living.;iiv
1 1 in. e.Miiiu ciiui   inuuv    a.,..;-,-,...       a ..,       .    . , .���   ,.     , . . ,-. . ,
"'Cimi'ietitioii'������ wi;th..':'tlie'!'V-';'.heedless-to,.sayi.cuir (iiv,ctric; arc always tali.si.ictoiy.   Drop in when
ie-t railway contract from a
view thai  ii.'i�� yet
,  --   _...-.--    -,- i)J(,n j.t-ido jn f'anad.i i- (hit cnter-
Ni:i.-oN i* ihe  111 isl  cnierprlsing ' i<{\ j}|to Pom ecu thf1 Clergue S\ndi-
c'ty in tin* j re.vjiee.    JJu* citi/di5   c.uc and ihe Ontario guvi.rinneii;,.
liitvc eirgaiii-i'i,! a '.omp':iiiy io build   -ppv i-unip.'-uy -.cis  'J,.100,000 a'TO**'
and "i":rate a lead i^finery. .if land selected in !!ltci"iiatc*l)l'.i'.*ic-
��� 1 with llie govcrnmd!*. no cash  .-uh-
public point of
of the city to cl'i-c :\t 'i p. m. 1 he
pre fnt hour--��� f ln>iuo-- ai*'1 too
loiu.', aiid are nu* ncc <'.-* a ry. "1 hen.*
will be ji.-t ;')',��� -ami.- bu-inc-s r\<,w<i
liy cio-ing .'il i:< ���"��� di'*."o i.* by
closing at -(������������cti. :f all tiim.- in in-.-,
city wiil agree to '.!������-���' .it ibii' ]i'i"r.
'Il.e long summer c'-di'ng- aP'.rd
an e.^ullcnt oppomiiiity for rccr.'.-
iuioii MMich f\*''ed be enj'Jycd to
the full cxie-ii! ;f the alteration we
(���"irgcst v 1 vc- ea rrici 'ii\>. l.'ii'lcr;
ih'* j n-Ki*''" ry-'.'.m :L-ii ev.n.'ng.
-       I.e.      tl
anu '
;oi-ed ihcrtenilig  flf
"  !l      IM
he horr- vl
' i>
Hcferr: ng ay to 7,1 he . yfhrciitencil !;trouh!e toshow them,
minors'strilic atRocsland,- Ifdn, C. j
IL Mcintosh yy write:-;'' '��� T ddyyiiot!
fear a strike at '.all aiul :niy;, itnpros* 1
sion i-*:'fha.t cohnriOll; scllso ale.ilicv'if ;
nut -I'lfish Tnibrcsti.'slioiijd'yilidiiee I
(]:o.*c re'prosditihg :iiivo?t()i's. io , ho ;
more   circumspect.������.yin.. ;.exii.rossing \
their opinion,"..j   :y y ; ������      ."���. "      .j
'I he Xanajinivv licraid',y-U'h'ch ��� is y
die r'.'cngiiisc(.I;o!'gai) of thc'workuiy. i  ; ,
renalik*.:' "should Hosslaiicl' repeal i;.
ihe terr.b!-'.- imperii iiy:C;i ofhistyyeiirvy
_ when iho.��.'iii.)i.H.g.iiidiistryi\vas''.v.*eIl*-J .A.
.-ire! nigh ruincfl.'.rbcy ihnsl.ei's 'and. aii-'jt'7;W��
the  miiii.. Wi'!l 'be- (0 -'hl:iJiu\-   The ' ~^~
latter have show.ii iivcry dispo.-itii;!r;
to kci"]i..i.h.'eTeae-e/'":.':-'    '���"������":-''' ���.':
p:isBiiig;and'see : for-yourselves.    Coils, yen licking, to see gocdsi   No
Front Street, Es\>"elstokel B.O.
txMlujstLStt+lHf**-** ��* *A��ii����
��� f^��^��f*fcOOtf-Jl-U* t hiiT.liHt.:i���>^��i
ir ng
1 J-o >
Tiiuiti.'ir* a rookery in-ar  the  m-' ,-iely, 11 line of -SOP miles is  to l*<
fiee'of the I'lvd Roli;ir<*h  Lt iiiLer ��� built, (he company must pliiee J00O   (he-j ;e.cr.',-y-*,ur
Cunpaiiy which .-hotil-l he  '*!ei(i'ed : ��ctih-r--:i ycarv-iii the land'aml con-' rdide?r'-d   Vaii"-,.'
out by the cily f[i*,l,<T* :in it i- .- ny�� 1 -itmet a oOO-I-mi diielter, tlie Grand ; hnwY-1 e>:r.c:e
t*ii lg bui a c:vdit to that  1 n;l ui '��� Trunk and 'C, lj< li, to have' n.11
t 10 toi'ii. < uiug rights uvlc the 'fond, 11 lid the j ?ti*rc labor'ni'-ai.'-  \:<> !"���*   :.o  the
'^^==-- . govc-riimclit to have right of jiii'r* j employers, r.ud a uuat Wai !" '!���",
Nim* that the C, J'. R. have under'diarc wichiil tdi years by paying j ernpb'ycs, thor" -nenis. n-> w~',\\^
c.ili-idcrii'iion, the aiiit'iidwi'mt of ' the cwt'if the road'plus Alt' per ! why our .-tigg��j.v.loi) .-hould no-, rind (
their Kooieuav fehcdule i.-* the time , m..t interest per ;:unum, govern*! favor with the U-ir!i ai the hu-inw..   M'- IM!". J'''!,(i^!liv;'!v !;^',c''n'
.'   1 ,,.     < 1    1     '��� A ,..,,', 1 ,1 ,  .;,..   .     1    1  ,. 1,1 .  .   . - >-i!|) iiion.  .";������!< ��� (!/'.ni'i;-lie,   \).MwAtr? \
fjr the lioard <>.' Ira no lo pthb  km \ mtut to l'etimi owuer.-lup o: timber. houscsof tne city, and ui-juM nvA . j.Au.(., ^,,1,., ,'[���[��� ^lvrl. IIW\   i,}.{iu j
', 'aj.".'!y: fut'iiishce'l with the choicest tlie market
' ���', anprdy.:,    Must   Wines,  Liquor*-;, ik Cigars,
���  Kates .$1 a das'.    Moiuhlv rate.
' tis Easy to 'feel Good/
('.'oiiiilles*-: y[;ini!i.-ah(ls Inive round; 11"
1m*I-i:''.('.i !!)'. T.'i'tl.v In Dr, Kind's New
"Vl   ���'���v-
n ,���:���
'���"-WIioleEJa!-? and Retail
R'!vcls(okc   being   placed   on   (he 1 on all laiid��.   ���   ���.
tauic ccliedule-.'is Nel.-cn. ; ~.~....<*,..:..,,.��..
������ THtv.-iiAMK'rr,
v'.,u'-'n( 1. "i die 1 ��� '���)"��� i* urgently .'i:^''"':���. ���'
J-'j'-'i/.   !'!-.-.  aiul  '"       -1"'1'1'' haiu,'uet. .tendered  Monday
with universal.adoption.
WWM'l ���iii^-' Si'-Jto^^yo/thvj in'cudc'itpnchc'liay wn-e a remark,   banqbt.on .Monday, nigln, be cm��
70 V
lid. jfourhe struck a
*u2"cet to'Hon? W. C. WcliVr'who J n'K>i"t"lo >/HH!a|Ur<iQPvraU>;nirf-fmuii-tJ .rcvCPKWujijr. ytrcii/.-a^, ;;tiiV
|��!i^it*Vtrilj'v,''.li;iji>i|j'l "f f^ivyjstvlfv
' ,;iitrl.eiii ��� Live.i* arid .^IVliiiicii  U-oUbli'S,
yl'iiii'ly  \'e>{i;t.a.li'e ('."������ ilevei"   Ki'i|'!'    'T
��� ii'i-jiHi-n.    . OiiJy'  '/Ai'ul   t liu   Cns*-!t!',i
,    .:������ UiiKAi Uocl. !.:"';;.' Ueilr^
V.'hi'.'h-i '''   A.   ..   ,-"-'*;/' "'
'     TW'-h/iiv)"!:  Un..-
,Mi.lt--|. li)-' I i1.-( rili-ii   li.V   it   ��nU llIK   'hue."
Sow your itilve-rtlv^ine-ii.-iyiliioii^iiitii. i
dlt'CiihUiHW (if lhe ivoo'f:i-;*;AV^lA:7.' ,   !
It^J^i! ^-yj ��.������ ^i' 5.J
Bfeat Merchants*
���"nii'v.-i'tis.-i-s I Head Qi3.ce, ;Abaitoir and Cold Sfcora-go;
^CalgaiT, Albey$&,
<3 THE KOOTENAY MAIL  . ptrnHTi'.u  A  A  1       /���������      ai,  Kootenay Locijre  *���������:.->. 13 A.F.& A.M.  The ii,j;'i!iiriiifi.iiiii^-  :.:-i lit lil Ii> tlie M.i-  ,i,:.i.-. 1 iniit't-  tho 1'iii.!  in cacli  i iii'i ,i| *! p. ' in..  ���������Viriii^ 1.roll!roil'  ��������� -.iid. . .,' u-L-koine.I.  V^.-inv- l^.- - 7a  ii. Er.-.1-.-w.ilS  h't ss. L '"���������  W'    *J   5=- &!���������   U    '-'  t7  ������ 3 a  ?.? E fi ������ g I i *x 111  l'ir-tcliiSr-'.-lce'ii'.'i-.- mi all.train'-,  Tourist  '���������*��������� Cars  For On!/ 10 Csnis.  -\'i (,v rl- li i- '-,.-���������y,; l:,e-c pi, r,;,- - -vili lie' -old  '.Nii" ,'iu- i ..������������������! V:; io li.v ������������������ ij. ;���������; *-*"���������.ne ii.hiii'ii  Ii'i 0"t i'������;.r-n- . 'I'lioio e-i-I, :i ;.i:llii/ii pi-npli.-  ii' tile- ! iiii-'l Si iif*-, .i'iiI Cm,:el,i '.M,i, vv ill c.i.-l.  THE CITY COUNCIL  Meeting.  ���������hiVuIar  great mahy by-ltiws hud been pass- J m..sl, hi,,  a great improvement to tlir-  e.l but there- was no copy available   plant, i��������� '���������.ici*itaii-,;. the output of the  to the public.                  ,                        | brew en.           '  The mayor .-aid the bv-lavr eom-i     ]j    i    ,-y.,.].   , , -������������������ '    . ���������.  imt.,.0 i���������d.������ve, ���������,,,.!������������������ ������������������ ,,������������������,., a. AAA'*"-: s,:r  re amending the by-laws and it wa-   ,b-.\   " '  !���������'  Me r-ting 'l.iid  on ��������� Friday  night.' no use jirinting them till thev were  iv. en i,  the iUaviir and Aid. Abr.i-  nnv:  .'���������Ari'E':. Hixiii-TAiiv.    ; vv.ini em, (.t;i;.(-cV���������iiiiiii!|,i,i���������i-(;-.  Tiie> i.i-t-! haui.-un. Net'lc.' Bourne,   McCartV.         >J      'i.i:  --,:-.   luvJi.    .*..i  ovjii'ii-o  ii.i-  lici-ii -iiiioo j ,. ��������� ' ������ ���������  | .in I th'-liioiuri* i-  well vvwthy nf a li-mel-urno   TACWUlUil.  ^.JU J J. w*r.  Z\0.  It-'T'il ir 'iK-cl in--* ore. held  | Hemic.   AjjorriM-nrr-t-Il 13'J.i dny.    .**.i'.n:i!c*> by  "vlaii. r.n-t laid. He.  coit:M;.-i'o:>'t)KM*K.  J'a-s IlcveMokc Daily for SI I'.ral,  Vridayu for Mi'iitre-al iind J'o-toii,  -Sundays anil Wcdncediiy- for Toi onto.  Trams  for  Kootenay  Points  LuiVt.'l.i'vcl-ii'U.ilSilu.  Main Lino  rui-t           daily Tii'Ais's Woi.r  S.nt'arr.       '        Koiclfloho ni-r. li.lu  S.201v.    -               r.cMrUto'ric Iv. 17.30  Kor rn'cs, licl'd*. .mil fu'.l information iipr-Jy  ti '   '  v^-^ggy,,. ;,, f, i ifoiiJvy-Ji^iii cvory i   1 ^AT^" &V:">"$'ra }<r"',lsu������      Froni J* c* H������tcliifon re scaven-  ���������A^m^^^A;^     ������������������������������������������������ w.m   *"    h:A ������������������   ������u������|pinir.     Referred   to   health   com-  '���������������������������������������������'.."���������^i*-    CH-dialiv vi-elcnined. I     l'.i'iu-ror.lor umiu o.-ii--- ������������������ui-i -irikc- while llie* :.,.;*<. ,  ,.-.���������.,-���������-,,--  v r- t   i   ������r-wf  t =, I Ivon i3 Ko:.    Tho tin.c 1.1 -oil cood-i- when ��������� ui*i-*-*--  \\Ax(,i..-j.vN.(:. j. A.feio.Ni,, j.s. , llia|wo.l!i: v.^inioiii.   T:>iyw.niti:wiiiao-.r. (    Fr0m Chief   Lain,   slating   132  7>V���������77-- ! HOJVIE NOVELTY im. COMPANY, i ^>usehol,lers,    UnM     ������;avengii)c  *;o. 12.1.o.o.f.    1 ..^^ ���������     r.13 ^   + c3,' ': system sat^tactorv and 80 reported  in jjroper Torm.  I'l-UAlti'M; LOTS.  ���������iv, iirfnrriis us Ik- Jus ordeMS in inu.d  for Itiiiihei- for f()Ui- or five l.-tr^e: build-  injji to be croi-tt-d uimo.st iiiiiiit-diuu-lv  ;it Trout, Like Citv.  ,    Aid. ��������� Abrahamson   asked   what]'   .A"   'h"   inicliinery   in   conupctrou  action the council  intended  taking   vvitl- t!'e lieittlin'   woiks nt   11,-ilciou  11. x. eontsiKH, H.6.  ssiCKir.:-: ^cuas, k  %  A.K. KINCAir;, X. fj  por  PF5^ ^h,S^.i CHICAGO, " 7   "7"     ILL. i unsatisfactorily. Referred to health  i^^^Pnii   nt. a. o'clock. I l j committee. ���������  rf   - From Eoumo Bros., drawing at*  d'" j lention to damage done to lot li,  ; block i't"), and asking that matter be  '"^*5������leSj'*isii,in������ liro'.liroii t-or- j  ^^52&/iliu!Iy  invited   lo at-     kiianlr     nf     pn^r<|]      nahei^io^C  P10M'lft".".f*-1'*'  j. ,11A TII IK, Six.  towards clearing of lots?  Tne mayor said if this was to be  taken up it should be done at once.  On motion of Aid. Abrahamson,  seconded by Aid. McCarty, it was  resolved to give owners of'lots .within the fire area notice to clear them  by May 13th.  CKMUTHitY.  Aid, Nettle urged the soediny  down and fencing in of the' ceme"  Springs has' arrived. An expert  .machinist will take charge of^tlic bottling business.' " 'The demand for- a  direct supply from llie springs is such  th.-it'fii least six weeks will be re-  quired to enable, the company lo fill  ordurs aliTjiteiy on hiinel.  lho Hei elstoke Steam Laundry  now iccciies work from all nlonn tl e  line as far,as Field. The railway en:-  plo.VKCS pnrtiouluily find this a coi;.  venient  infitlii.il  of hav ins; tlicir laun-  1 ti ....  T.W.'CRACSHAW,  A^ent, ,  - fievelsloko.  E. Ji COYLl 1  A. G: P. A,,  ��������� Vancouver.  Mil  ���������.'3i\* 1  *)'.'tl.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  n Royal Siaii Linos. ,  Ohoapcst r.oa:: to lira Old Country.  BKAVKIl LINE-I'roii! St. Jol-.n       llallf.i..  s.s. '..uMtmiai ?;-:i.ti:i    ' ji.Mi. ur;-  V\'as:il!i ;,        "   l.'t'i  Lti'itc L'hiuiitilniri    - "    '-'-������'���������  LakoMcBiiiilic,   - "   -'JUr  ALLAN LINE--From 1-orilaiiiI.  N-jmlelirin       ���������      .,.���������������������������     JI.-h. Iliih  Ciiriiitliiii!)   J, ,.    ,*,!*' '  Slclliiin  "V1.1  rariiian A-i) ini  " DOMINION LIN"K-l-'rorn Toi timid,  ' Vmicoavcr ' ���������     Mel>- ,'''11;  Ddnilnio-.i        ���������        ���������',������������������*       "    :;;\tX  (Jntiiljroinaii ���������   ��������� ���������      ��������� ^t!l  ���������    r-.is'<enp'rn'lii;kole*d tle'.'onr:!i to nil rarls of  Grout llriliiiti nnd Ia-Iinul. einel nt si'cc.iilly low  riite*im all piirts! of  tin* J'lu-.-openii cuiitirreril. .  Ajiplv to iR'iiro-rt r.iilvviiy or .-icniii.-iliip ngcirl ur ,  to    " : '  T. W. BRAD3HAV/, Agent.  Rcvelslolco.  . TIME    TABLE  'S.'S. "Lardeau."       ,'  '  I'miiiing lie-livccti Arro-.vheiiel unel Tlinni.-oii',s ;  Liiielin^- coiiimi'iicltib" Ji'.nu 10, lUJt', will snil.v ;  foliow> (wcutlicr iicniiittiiis)!      ��������� ' l  Lcii'vo .A'rrowlicnd tnr Tliomicn'r Lturtl'iig j  iliel roiinuilix at 7k. eluily. '   ���������  Lenvc riioni-ion's L-iiidin^niid Comni>lix for j  ���������Arriiwliciiel m.irk-. el.iliy, coiiii-.-ciiPt' vi itli all ,  I', P, Id triiin*. iiii.i boat!".     i. i  The owiirrs'ro.-c-i-vc t'.io v'AX to c'.i.-ia^o times I  Of JllllltlS.-e vviiliout notici*.  THE JritKIJ liOiSlNiSON Ll'.UJ.nii CO. LTD.  r. itoniNso.v,  Jlaiiiifiii.'; DL-cclor,  'J. Ul.VCiKL',  C. K.  To ovsry Oa-nadJau li-jsrt, in ovn-y C'asa-  i;  D' J. ('. JOHS'SOV. ��������� t'*CJ' 5������oaio, tho e'.oi'ei-i of iliuir bi'itvo r-ililiw-  - ��������� P.-At?i*5������������:������ Anti TiVirf-:..   GprdPB KlffUInnd-  " -������������������"��������������������������������������������������� I ers nt t!jo Bastto oi1 Snlsworti,, cliarstlHg  ���������am  ,JfAw&\  Gal-?, Kansa rjcfis", ' t������o Siosr Cans at iriandBiusiistc, asd 1  i Oliavgo or Go3-;-ral rrarjsft'a Cavalry ������������  th-j Kotroating Gauora* OroHle's Army,  'i'iiui-'j arc nil ntli'Wiiir iilcturuo niici-.���������iiiniut ftjl  tha  cn  K. of P.  ;.c������. as,  Rtve'lstol:-}, S.O.  I i iidk'j arc nil ntirriuir ]i  to t-omuii'iii!   t!ieiii,<L'!v'c!* t'������ iiiiv ono-vvlio will  ns'iuii!H-i'ii>r*.i.   Tlic-v aio ZIBD HOT &BIjL.  JBIVdl    Ab'ol)lr*    (.'oin     nioiri-}',     lilrj  vrolli,*;.  . Kiiut'iiioiiii micuci4?.   ��������� 'tic itycfit rolel (.5 111 one  i el.-iy.   r>(i;n;)lu iinel Icnm '.'5 ci-nls Irioni'ft-cil;  Life asking information're city debentures or 'fiile. Reply by city  clerk approved,  From J, A. Ston'e, -reevetary No.  1 fire brigade, asking supplies for  So. 1 tire hall,. Ivcfcrred to fire,  water and light committee;       "    *  ���������l'LTlTIONS.      ���������  Frohi rtitupayers askin  l'', "vV, .Mifii'tMioT,  K. ui' H. ^  ,. ,   _   . ���������! Referred lo works committee.  j | jjKaRnms-^^ Fwm   mimyQVS   a8killg    that  ��������� ! ^ ?r^ q . |  light bu_ placed on -Victoria road.  m  Ate*  T>\'^  n ikm'  if. A:  Ai><*s  WA    f  VHA J'J , -  Size 16x22.  November, 1670, with a membership  of less than four hundred. At first  its operations were' confined to a  portion of the Province of Ontario,  but today it has Courts (or Lodges)  in every Province of the Dominion  of Canada, to which its operations  are confined, and hns a membership  of over -10,000. Since its organization the society has paid out in  insurance nearly $1,500,000, and  on the 31st of January last had ti  surplus in,its Insurance Fund of  over one million dollars, This surplus, has accumulated since the ..1st  oi November, 1883, when the insur*  anee. rates were increased tto the  following, payable monthly in advance: .  Bi'twj-iMi lho     On      On    (On      On  ages of "      $5UU $1,000 $1,51X1 giKJOU  Ititoft   .   .     ,L'3      ,0U      .CO     ������1.20  ss tn ao ������ .   .'iu*   .M '��������� .os     i.ab  81) in 83   ���������   .    .13      .70   $1.03       ].t0  ��������� .50      .83    1.23       1.7(1  ��������� .53 81.00 . 1.60       12.00  dob Couldn't Have Stood It  *" T  If ln-'.l Im! Itt-hinfj Piles.   They're,  L"i*iilily'nnn(iyinK;  luit Bueklen's  Ar-  nii-ii y.'ilve will em e the u-i'irst case of  piles on ear-Hi. Ilh;is cirivtl thou.^inel*.."  For Injuries, Pmns or Bodily Dr.iptior.s  it's the best wilvu in lhe worKl.   Pricu  Soc. a heiS,   Cute f-uanmleed.   Sold liy  Canada Druj^ i: JJnok Co.  TO THE DEAF..-A rich ],.dy,  red (if her' Deafness and Noises',in  the Head hy Dr. Nicholson's Auificinl  Ear .Drums, -rave $25,000 to his Ins-li-  lute. so that, (leal: people, unable tei  droeure the Ear Drums may have thmi  free.' Address No1. 891 TIio.Nk-IiuIm n  Itiatiute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New  York.  V. Referred "to firo, writer and light  Jj["|?  (.oiiimi-ec,    mum^  ���������   t       ..     |    In 10^over $11)3,000 were paid  The f',nanc"j committee, reported  as follows! Estimated revenue for.  year, general account, $4,090.65;  expenditure. ?*8.ijl0, leaving $-1,519.-  ���������>3 to be raised by a general rate.  Estimating the "taxable value, at  ���������f425,000. and'the general" rate at  $2.3,000   Our Brand   $25,000  ���������    Oraltiioiogieal Coolest,  ilijFS Bfiassii'Ji If,  i hsi'3  lon't oris   reason ��������� tho fa  THE CITY EXPRESS:  E. W. 3. Psgci, Prop.       |  i  Prompt tleli-ery ,.f pofcels, Irnggago, ; ..^ ^y'  ^'    ^  etc., io any pun ot tne Li'y. .    ; -  r.e      .        r     M n . '' CO'.'.^   ill  UlUl   SOO  i   Any .fiina of Tpaacftrnns \ \  '" ' ��������� U.id[piskea. i  Ono of tiia H10-.1 IjL'iiutifiil pk-tui-e..-: in  color;.. L'lHiii a UiL-lcs-.-o-iiiiel of Pi'.t'c SOliiljl  ���������3olcJ re;.-.ln tlio Family Slocord in tin-  j-':i(i|ii: of a' !:,-r.!:l.-oino voluiuo willi Gold  CIn������3:*.3 upon n i-iisliion of crinisoii vclvii  ; j; willi ii beautiful colel tasaal. On the  ' [j !l!l=:.-. ini'lor (liiii-i-uiit licadin-j-e, aro (tjiimcs  , | ;? in vvliicli in vvrilo llio iiuimo and dntc of  I li ljirili. 'On' oitlii'i- fidv i-a liciinllfiil .iji'o!!  ; boii vvhlcli lo fiicor.l iiiii:-i'iii;*,e-^ Jiml c^'iiili*-.  ' |j On lo|) or tha picL'iro aro t!iu vvoreN,  ��������� fc ''l~a.ir.ily iv--jo;r-l," in ilio ridu.-iil loitci-Jni.'  gkiibivn to thu jirintui-'.-urt.   L-Dilor lliiniitc  1      ' |5 -'pai-ci*. for I'uilic:-'? anil in-itlicr'h piotii-,-c<.  ai'C ��������� a 1" t li>-: lo'.v-jr j'lir; of t!io ',)i.:turj i1; ������. b?du.  , '. ,    .       , , ������ :ifal Jio-acajaUD.     lie doer old r.'raM-  clo=2no   wr.-/    cue     woex   13     better   "? -i-a-on-.e. t!ic I'-andccms, Dtr-iv^i-i hue  , $ annd. iniej happy yauns wife, tin* }'ovi:hH j "ll  Works, I | ttauahts-r an.l  uapy  lioy-.tiio i^o'.JardfJ | IU  12\ mills, tbe  revenue would be  $5,312,50.   leavin(,t   a  balance    cf  $790.15 available "for works.   The  following were the items of cxpendi-  |ilure:>   Elections 1.48, firo brigade'  ] j construction   -10Dp,    fire    brigade  " hnaintonauee iJ'oOO.'fuel -WOO, health  ! lr'150, hghl >, 1170, water.if428,_officp.  ! furnimre ifoU. postage and telegrams  ! 'l-SO, printing and stationery $250,  j police    department   -r'^OSO, ������������������ eelc-  j brations $150, salaries sf 1)520,' sick  j and dcKtitute fiiOO, interest $100,  ' f.nuw rtrvico lOOO,"' donation-  out in life insurance and over $144,-  000, was carried to the reserve or  surplus fund.  ��������� The limit of insurance on any  life is $2,000. By confining the.  operations of the society to Canada,  and with a rigid medical examination, the death rate has been kept  very low! In 1.899, the death rate  per 1,000 of the membership was  only-1.48; in ,,1900, 4.88, aud. the  average death ruto' for the last  twenty-one years is-only 4.92 per  1,000 of the membership.  Every,dollar of the surpluri" in  ���������the Insurance Fund is invested in  a prize you wn if you iiwirc-<ot Tno'priVc iiy  gilt-edged securities of municipal!-: SS^^AS  fcoijiotlitiib' ejiitirejly now and iiiterc������liii''.  Head what you him to do. You may gtl SIW-.  Our contosi is to hit who can nu!-o tlie Mrec-it,  hut or iMinus (or kind-*) of bird.-! from tlio following listot IoIlui-m;  WDOOOCCKQULIAPRTAniCO  ESPNIELVECRDIMV/ADOHTL  We will recognise a*, a bird anv thing belonging to the feiiiuerod tribo, whether il bo n Huir,  (.irovv, Singer or any other kind. Vou oiin u*,-  iiny letter us liliiuy tinies to make 11 nninc a.- it  iipiruoi-.-. In tho Ihi ot Ieia*r>a0ov-ej: for instill io  Woodoouk,,, l'iov ur, Snow Uini, v-to. Tomy  t)or=uii3 who ciiivin.ilce a lift of -j-i or mcrciliik ���������  V.'-'J.1!11",1- ot. Ijlri1-'. u������ ������*!llnS'.vo iibtoliitely  r IvEh a boauliiul l'ri*/,o voluo Si,i������j<J or let*-.'  BIG PRIZES AWARDED DAILY.  When you have inmlo out your liH lili out t! 0  lino 'Jti tbi! boitoin of  this iuIvt. ami M-ntt" 13  With a cit im.10,1. Addi-oJ-juil oiivoloii.'.-tainii o.  your con 11 try will do, lliuu if yoa ui-d r. w.i re] ed  Canada,   Not a dollar invested out t^r- k������'<)1'^������'ikih niamoiuiaiiii iiub.v'mV;  furitiuMCM lie-t. KoltUion, a Ciuitl I'lcec; ai���������l  do  All   order.-!   'iTl   nt' H.  .M. t-Jm;. i lie's.;  Toiiiecc Sinn!, of by  1 Mill r;--coive. prmnpL a!i< nii.iti.  ���������leiiii-ine, Nn. 7  ;g'.v "ivc  u Sec: our luachir.ory,  nicely a;i.i exactly adapted  to every need. Our soapsj  l-o. cf .iJ-.u 1'crl, long tried  ami proven good,  h ���������jKWt-.iciCii.-aro 'ill pillu-icil inoiiinl tliefj  2 lu'jlo, vvlille yiiiiid at,ior rculi*.-, iioi-iioii 0; g  I Or������!������l'j  Holy   V/eii-ci,    A   |n,jv  beinijifnl  'iic,   !,.''ic!o."ii;a:li aro tin.* wu-dn, "Csd  unvi-orvice VoOO, donations *o0, i of the country or in mortgages 'or j ^������Kre������  ihceilaiieouM'l.O, engineer *lo0.  | buildings, which may doterToratu in  S^n^rir^'i IS.ft'SiW^  j'-iiiiioNiins, j value, List uf investments publish-  taimy buroro j-ju k������qw th������ result. Tin?��������� it. im  ...... ���������        , . . ... ,   . .        . ..' .. (*It"ll"lll    ((f    lullnrv*   111   n\lr   ni...,   il   ,i,h 1..,.,   ^..  on-..,,,-, v-,uU:���������.,u,. .������(.- u...- -.-nun, ���������-���������.������.      Ajtl,   .\\juie iirko'l whulliei' the I ed in every issue of the''Canadian  (na^ii-.-.^  giSi-.isTOurB'Msiny.'   Aroiiini Hi'..- piciiu-i-? j ,,;i ,t*,-,,!,] f.r, ]...���������,. ...f ...-a m.\..^  ..ii,] ! Forester,"'for  tlie  '  ���������-���������.--..   ."i.ei-c i-iftlil -:iae-e- io-.- ;-;-,ot(i0'iu;j;ii-ot otlH-i-gj vvl'    I    , ' 1J|   hAV "-1 l-'li-UlltlS   t.lKt , il ulU|,     ul.   l"v  ^ incMiib-ji- ut tlie- ;!i:iiii1vf.-t'iiclii-.;:ti.;.'y (-liclo-iiiif g ! got HO bc'lk'iit? , ���������      "       j the meiNbei'fcnip.  The mayor said a good deal of j  ,1 s4.iKe.1n li.i'.'.ei- pii-cc.   J.'i.-ov.lnjro 011 11m pi(:-(  ' P t lire arc n-iittor, d l-i-l-upiiiu- viuch, biiiN.-unl  ; S b!e,.*si-!ii.i in riviii ooie.utfiou, tlio vvholu r-i-  C7D  o.-f'    iv   s    % f^** 1  inform,)* on of  ���������*.'���������lj *���������-llu lil*j  A",*-*11, ,,c-a '*��������� to "vm tii-������-  Jiuutn-.ti.ion   01    Ailit. to ur, mid on ihs day it r?;ieliea \xt. if  your  !i-t (���������< the  lieM, You ojjall havo Uio  Tln������ KiVMntv ol-.v ,'.,111,1 unK' .1    iliol-    S������oW Wat������?H or if -leooiid Iicm tho bon-uiful  llie SUl-lClJ tlhO eonUUetS a   ftlCk 1 Ten act, ami io oil,   \\\'KHam;ii.x*.lnUvn.-vvill  *'^*rr,*??.y-^.:^--v>,:4 ���������������������������?������������������ ,-j r.;s '-y.^-.-.y-'r,-,^  g b:c.*sc!ii.i iii riv-ii ooii'iitfion, thy wliolu r-i-H    wn-l- vi-:   rb-vno   Iiv   h'l'icmioi'u   lout! Boncfit" Dtin.Mi'tmriiil"    .-lbnr.t,   ''0 f)0O I'lw",ml  J'0"  il l,.r-,!<:' . '��������� ',m:  (������ ab-olntcly na  biiiKOii. iitr.l llirown into ijol.l rtiliof bv-tliul i "'"���������J'������/"1''   tlOIlQ   l)J    pilsulltlS   hlbt j *)l-'lul1   t^j-'lUlH lll;   .moiel.   ������,UW   oppovt unity for iieii'ijHl'ai un our iJait-w-Vl-iii"  B).-(:i-i;eo',.*,t:;iL-k-,-i-..l!r.'.t or EcliaCcld vvliielia    '" "' ' '"       " "    "  "'"  '" '   ""'   '   "  B ;i: oit-.ii.-i. j*.i ,.'.--r.u*-- >n 4:*-5?"-������ ������^?.asy.     w  l-r, sv-, ^ P*J     ! H '  rCWJi . ������������������ lUpgM^ "������*'v lA v01-'1' 'n-'-;,:' 0l1-  t    i      ^      i    nris^rr.-jo   iv^iiliii-i-i l^-o !���������*.:.) oi'iilf, but u. ���������  V.  PatrcRize H0M1O Industry  AND SMOKE'  *  Wfsr- V*  h  :a* ' A  si /,-n'>'c.Kr':"i;::;,i  p  o*.r������Di'i-^r  U- -1/ W I l-.i . ,  Ail   A.   I   cpjiorltlnity for one de-  !;l!-;  Iliiv I,   Wl' Will -.ui (I  fi L'!!V fe.-L-i*. (-Cl.!-,    (pii-   pi'h'i-   l-j   IH-rclUr I'Te.,-2  a .al I ii'i for *j\ I1/' lur Si'.iV-1. W e |.i.}-i'.!lE  2 .ihai-irc! nil:! r.-uni: leonoy for miMild Mie,-S  ji tiii-iH. N. i". Jtlel.-.i,!i. I'iIiiiij'-ij City, l,L".U'!.! U  h 'JTo fll.T.'i. -'ij.| i In in In;- !ii(.li'pi-iui-, -'.i.-ciii- L'  hi'.Vt'l.U THACK,  I   ,\l  .'ill ,  11  Revelstoke  Sr^ ~in * m, t rf^" rynt t*c ' $ ' sil'':|1- * a:! ������P1-';ii:1'-'' -tasv tenns.  SJtvIai VS^al Dc:,V. Saiisfaci-nv reasons for wishir.g to  r A "<S . s������:J.    Apply io  J{ i-ii..-!i, in 0 ile,y-, iiiul.!;i0'!;<j.-,  ������ fin. ,vuii do biiito:-'  wO .Hid OU ^.illS,, ,i)������J OC'lUfc j di-fHr-liatctlmiii-i*^.    v^o \m.1 ktiiciu ymi u  "     !)0 and, 1)5 voars,,liif) cents; (T?������-WMw���������***i wifthMiimii-������,������;  ,,������        r irt '       .        I,,        ,      eel yoih llien if you io-b .-..is?rte-.l,.>-pu vm ceiiel  ���������jo and 40 yoni's., ,-IU cents I yum- mibici-ipt.uh tu rtt.,- w.jma.v* woiau  UNION LAr;CR.  S Revelstoke Cigar Mfc Co/yl  Revelstoke   Station.  JAH8 -MGHAHOH,  REVELSTOKE, 0. 0.  n t -  /f: Revelstoke   Station. ,',V  ������ 'A'"  W'^^*'i^*t':^^������>',i->-'^^^ft'^-������;'iVft'ti'-ft     ^^^^^���������������^&^'^'Q^.--1i>^������>^'^  UNION LABOR.  Bay Only Unlon-Mada Shoes.  85BSBBI������������^J<^(1SS3*S3g^  Tlit-* .slump unci! i.v ibo .JOHN *Mc-,  PIIBUSO.V CO, Lln.iied, of Han.Ti I  lot)) tbe only Union Faclury in Catiuda ]  ���������jjlr-x - I   - - -   I    n   - - - ��������� - *** ������u" *-4.^������.i������t..*fc ������*4��������� ww������^<i *-*v  S'uuf Pocket-book ,''    j  ninv Iii' l'l-.v In;! ticli'KlyKCi'N ft. Inil '  If   j I-   i'!r.r|ici    (111'    rll'llllij"   tlmt  rclt'll'iO't, II"1'.' M* W Hit). Inl'.llfiiv j (HI,  l.aili< -or flciil- 'I'-illur M.nli' < 'leithif  fi i Hire (! mi'! ' Ii IPC'I ill Koo.I .-tj-hl.  Call or .-.oiiil im I inrd.  Samuel   Neeclhnm, f5ougln5 St.  -   , lVti-,i.''.ln!1|'!ii'i:(..vvfl;,|. ,    ���������-.  Trees   Seeds   Plants 5  S'.vly'viu-i'ii:.(-of Ai'i'lo. e-Mi'il cl'.ui.'C  hiei..!������' en'    (*lni-,'l(.'-,   Apnoot'-,  i'uri'.'li,  I'll,11 M1II.1  Pi'l.llf..  Ni-viiiiyoii.-'.iiriii'if li.*>t e.-!."..'- I.'lioil.v  ele-ll.-ii'i ||(.    !;..-.(,   U"|,:.i!*r.   J.'ii;.'Tr'JL-,  HiilM.c, UkIxoI'.'.iiii-, e-ti.-.  Xo iijri'iil- inn- rniiiiie.-.i,,!!.! io |i.iy,  Orilei- (!;iu; In (ii.m'ii-i yo-i, an .-ci i!,..;  mini.' we-i'le. !*.'m fniii!^,i-.i:ir; ii'ir li'-pcii.  tion e.-1-..ii-jfo-. (ij-c.-iiii,ni-'.'"!.;,iii!.-, ii"-,.;.  ciiltniai itii'ili iiie.-iite, trwi'A'/.j:*. ;(c.  I.iiV'im! iinel l:ii-' e.-;ii'i;i!i-|i',-i!,!.'k,l'i Iho  J'l-nviiu-e. iVi.JJ ���������fdr.'iiU'i'exiie ririi.n  .ni'l i'i.iU't yii'.irwTni'iTi.ii- bcliji(;';,���������;..t.-,!iu- a  your or.li-i-i.   A.lili-(.>-: v  0  M. J. Ifepy, VaneouYer, 0,0, i  v  Cii*oo.*)!-.ou32S .T-.cl Salcroor.-.; :     t^  ;oodfow  i       BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer liv^-^auuffis^.  BEII3P,   POEKi  MUTTON, Etc. i  ' i  v  Fish and GahiG in Season.    ,;  ���������   i  All oi-ili.]\-**ro,'ii-it!>' llllod, '        j  ilLVilL-JI-J:'.t-)   L\   O.i   aiidlCin;;.-ui.-a.-. j  better condition,  OfTrfTAMJl.Stl T,\,\i;,-i  Abb   Xewinttli   asked   Ilia  5 I clerk prepare a sttitcmelit of unpaid  taxes for hext meeting.  llV-LAV,'.-'.  Aid. Abriiliamsoii urged that (he  by-laws   thoul'.l   be   irili'.ed,     A  6.',' "Briui t f iirrl," OnT.V AI Herbert;1 rl! ^i'^'^������^������'^^^-  H.C. Hi, or D. E. MuKinnon, I\i wao.wa ars  Hi S��������� WililiincLf. Mi.li. !  ,' ,1!? "''M^'*' ^'wiu i= u Uioi-ous!);}' rtli-  in ������������������.- u jiiuipt|j! .U..U. i rtl,|,j cjuiiccin, wc nro known to doo.Mie.-tly kk  I wc mlvurtii-.e-.   Ai to our ruli.ioillty wx refer to  ��������� .tny 'AUvcrti-Iiw, AK'-ot u; bUiiiK'ss aisii vj  Luiidoii or >v\v j o:lu  f^eelilTWriunin  WANTED.  ihdustriau mm,  The 1-11'ilrnu IjIkIiL nntl PoWPi* Com- j N'AMU ���������  pany   ia   */.'iShIU'iJ   wllb  u  t'ntilliild? ���������.  316.000." Av.'.m  On Tuesday llit* iinipfpi-iM'. mewbu' j  C'lttipuiiy I't'ceiVctl ilieii- Ibr.l sliipnifin ��������� Te^.v.  of limit foi* ll|P sl'.-iSohi  ���������  .I'dcslllv  NOTICE,  SOO0\V23'.mins'.cr Head.  Z.ZJ  VVHITG������ LABOR   ONLY.   J  A i * (T/vr-.lc uie 'kV>'i</vnT/ "ffl ViVS.-Wi; .'/'<(-i^'1'''*"4 ������f AV''''1'* ^"l",' I'l'itl-i O'.'cniiiil Tci--  p /vgClliblOr heCytCnay f.L0 VlCiinlVi \,   minci-.i;).! '-������t-t)..-viil M.itjl Vollvcrj- will lie-  ^' ,-.-      ���������    -             ,   ,       ,      ,                . lieilil.-n In tin-Uyiirt lliiili-.u.-acl������vcli oVInok in  A lot* the S.'lll:   (;1   Jmrdv  lll'.es           i Mio'fen-eiii.oti, i:t the lil.i'je.'a eillJ ull Lbo dat-Ob ful-  Fii.fevMJd'.  ;t-  of   ."tai'turd   fiuit   stocb-,  in:a!l   iiuits,    ornamental  ^reo-^b^ub^ic, ���������  Tormt.-  ' liberal.   Apply now to  , .owiritf, ii.ii'icl.vi-  i    (Mtyof Niitiaiuioi on tlio Wr-J eluy uf April,  ' ' t'V-'lfii>itV'*' WSobttnliHtm-, oil tliti'^l'd day of  - .'{pi-il, IM. ,  ,  '    ( iij- of .So^nii, on tlm nil day of May. timi.  city of Kovi'lr-iokt.-, un tbu tth eiaj* of May,  ��������� 1IW1.  ' D^IUAM     HllOOCpy     PflWDAMV  I    f'ly nf Vr-rnnt). on tlio l.3th 'Miy of May. liinj.    ruLllAifi     ftUilC'Criif      UUiVtr An/,     (Cit:-ofl':,iwbuii:i,oii t'.io -.'Ji-'l day of May.  I ii':.vo').'i ii.jlil the 1 ,'C.l Robiiirj:: Trr'-intri   Ont I I",'1-'������. -< -��������� .,    -, . ���������      . ,.  ... ������������������   ,    ���������  -. it-ijiit'-,  v^di. i, ( it yof v .inccuvcr, on tho 21.-t day ot May.  ion pirv ",  nil I  a*j ; .'.'-i1 .'.t ������������������:.-' l^cr  : imt.  -, r I   !������������������,'.,.-i.i , -i-il   -,<--ii i.'.-'^r       ('>!. ' i    'Ityof ri-,ia.*e.r.ntho25tli(layof Mtty. lOli.  , g:  Ci.I'i  !..i.:rs:  :a ;iiy  :*,}-t i ,*ial. \>.;Ui u:cei'  I u '.tii ..i ii'.'.: mill o&ice ci  !,  ;    Iv, SAHi^. -  Notice to Subscribers,  |     Tho ].r.i;i,-ii'ioi- of tho Keirirc.N iv   Jl.vw. ic  j aii'a-'if-sub.-'.-rjlKir-! I-i iidvi-zihlnvyf a:i}''IsTCKii-  e Ityrjf ^i-.ln.-p, on tho25th dav of Mav, ID-li,  loiv'n of ( liiii'.u. on thu-.'Stir day of Ma^ltKiI.  liy C'o'iiiniinrl,  j. i). I'linxTrr'K.  ���������i    ......     ,    .    I'jovliicialrioypejtwry.  ^'���������"^S^TBp**  v ' ���������. --'U *������    ���������*���������(,'>- ������  Mt'RBrs,iSiivt-ycl'   Mrue. aie very l)ii*y j y,_ H.���������llo d.ii'eili.t!  nt tlieil-saal'i and  elutil- factory tu.-nii g  nut orricrn for i'Vi'^iisotn  Tlie Ouluuihlii  Ul\er   Lumber Co.  will r������RUliiP. oppnitions  for the season j  ut their .Keavcr  ���������j-iwiuill-i ubout  tbe  20th iust.  ��������� ���������Glacier Ci-Kek,'at Trout Laku City,  hns been tuitPti up by u local company  for the, RstiblislmiHit of a water ani]  electric litjlit supply for the lownsile.  Wlitju at Comaplix, Mr. FrotJ llob-  insoa stt a uuinber cf uibu to work at  tbe sawmill theie gftttin" ready for'  starting work about tbe end of the!  month.  ii   i-r ,-,'-������������������" '*"l:)"cpay.voar]i'itcr> ;h  Wdelo hot icecivc un krpuid ku������r>. Addn ;.-;  Tha "Woman's World." nraiifora, X,:b������  don, \7., Eaa'.aad.   B. StONEX,  Gunsmith and  Machinist.  O-.'cr Lawrence's Hariv/ira "Stire,  RIIVBLSTOKS.  ��������� ���������'1?������i-!?l'"l0JJliw  P'-n������.pT'Coinpnny | ,\{J classesof repair ainl.-Jiiachinigt  * ?"  ?S3 \  ���������<   sr  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  * "���������** .'<J ~* ������C r? & -^tJ -?->.>5 *%��������� -3 ^ '-Jt' '* ^ -^ '^ ti *" |  V .V"?  g j I"].- Vie-te.i-i.-i i-ify police' have had ;i  .)- j t'liiii.-uiiiin : f -,- in;. folic..' r-������iiit for  4 I tin- lill.'i     .'   ',        ,-!( ;;*c,|   !,-.   ('!u'n, S(.  AruKC QNAPC ORUU  Or TANTAft  KWBII-  .9  r.  h  f.;  ,v  .-  r-  9  f:  ,9  f.  '������  /:'���������  ii  '      -I.I II.er     SV.ll .���������:���������     IVlllll  ! ':<���������   el .1 he1-    I,,.    \\;|������  1 .il-xli y... i,  his   mi, ji i|   i.\  ii(uiiii ���������.  ��������� A ,��������� i'i'-..i.-..i ..I' Trout Lak" I as  i ��������� ��������� -iv ��������� 'I . ]-.-!��������� ' Ijii-.i a C. P P. e.f-'  lii-i.i! -' ' rig '!- ��������� ,!c- '11111 i>-. b;is  ncijiiit-i'il   .e   i,',,ci   iiitiii-i   id    'J'i'.iiii  tnc '���������> 1 ���������  *     e  jl ' Lak,'City .11.,! will 1,in!,I ,-i   u|,.-,if .-iriii  iMii-fci- -iip 1 iid-r i hi- *.��������� ri-iL,'..  O 1 ,.S piil i\- T.   I) .Ir.  form-rly -������������������������������������i"-  l'.y.'d In* 1 ii,j ('.iJ-.i.ii'ii.i IJiv"i' L'liijiti'i-  ..j       .......    v  11 1   .i,.ii   *. ,1,   ..,,j:,i   .',     iiii-ii1     iliili  MuVpoY   !-/���������.-���������!)  will (ivy   !���������* I tr.iii-ffi--iip liii'iv .'hi- -j ring..  i'I'.iv 6 i.'ide.'.     Won't  iva*-h & -    Oi,.Si'idiv T.  I).Iv.  f.n m-rlv - ���������������;?- -  I.i  !���������'  S  oi:t.      j'j   ii-)*.  h I'.'ici-. and can be use.1,0:1 * i Company .-n 'J -i-li-ii, u.i* examined i-y  ail kir.d-  of c'oLJ'i, ������>-](.,v-*s, a ; '''���������"��������� M'-L-.i' .1  'i ('n-"iili. i> a.*, to  his !  1i.t:i iivcrcliicis,       ribbons. $ !s'"iii   ���������������������������! ���������! 1 *���������         N , ���������  \Y.   >ttii.-i-.te-r- f  e'.c. i j '.-. <"e.   .1..:) 1         ,   ' -            .     ,  j  P. (J. eJ.'b .ii,     !,i,  ,   f Tn.iii Liik-', !  tf   GJrtlr-    ���������?*-(    1 l^rt     r'ni-ao   i)   ���������"������������������'"'* '"  ''"' '"-'V  '���������"  -Sunday.    Mr. I  4 cola in  loo.  ua^ecj, g.i km-,,,* j,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,���������,.���������, f,���������. ,h��������� Tl,,ua;:    ^ -^ j Like Townee L'onijiaiiv-tii-l is much ' nnniAi   ~7*i  A' and all colors kept on J # flnii-d  m-u-  tire  prospects  of Trout '      SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.  H. ,    hand al the '&' ! Lake City a- the'result of ihe ileal.' -*���������  # - ' # ! with the C. P. I!?  Highest Honors, World's Fair  Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair  Avoid Vukiug Poivrters  coutaiulriff  RldDi.  Thoy r.ro injai-lou* to hoaltli  nnd spent Tiler-flay here going on to  K.-iiiIt.  j       i:ntei.*tai.\i>-c. ni.Aciiiit imuhe.  M"!,(i ly.   Iliuhl       I��������� i|,jr     li,(.        ffiriViiy  i:i������'(-iin������ niirln ..f Glicii-i-Lddirc B". f  H. T., tin- lin-ilii'i-ii u-,'ih \i-ite-d hy the'  in-iiiln-iM.f Un- L-uli-.- AiixiliiH-y'wI.e.  (l.nl in.ul- | ri������   m-'.ii,, ,'f r.iii-.venii,: s-  ���������liteil.iii,.',!.���������. I       C     ,| ( |���������yiii������j li;|- | ���������   -  l.:i-!|i.it.-e!   in   |,,,     ,   nenc, afici-  win- h  i-i-li-..'-liiin-iii.~   ui-i-   -,-iv,ii,   ,-n.d    ii:e  h ���������l.ii'.e-c i.f  liii-i-v. i.in-j- iv;i<; (hu-ote-ii 11  I'l-n-iiijr.   niu-!.-   1, 1. ..    fiirnishe'i!   1 v  M_      ('' -!l  "���������   ������������������!      *   Lynn-        d  \V,  ii 1- .,.-,, M       ,    *,[,-i'i*er-*-i"  Cold water KaLscmine in delicate shades.    Floor-  Piiints���������"Ironito"  best  floor pnint   in  the   world.  House   Paints  all   colors     Enamels.    Stains.    Varnishes. ,  Paint Brushes.      Kalsornine Dri-ilies.     Varnish Brushes.     ,. ,   ���������'   ���������  \sk to see oar Adjustable Clothes r/rycr, only $1.  U. A 8.-QHANGE&A-  '^S3/'5. Why is, Leonard, Marpole, j j^  U XtlN 1 .  ryp.i!-!yv-y7yJjy!pii1.;fiiiis,y'i?i(ior   i;7y.:  G/?y' Ofo/vw ^ fe Promoted.  I       il     S      J ���������'.'*' -'.0 t '  i      j    si    .,.-,���������- ���������'-.,.$4.    7Vv-.-',U'���������"',).' ,.'.���������'::..'.  *.'",' ���������- ia!1,"    .' .'���������."���������  :������T?uay'^>x^jKi^5iT^rCTijti������r^^,-> ���������^^���������x crr-rJi'  iw*t"r>sc-a'!'  -Sot-'ini  1 in lid 7  Fuiiiitnti*  j liotight and Sulci.   Waiehmirfe IA SloiviHebfyFiii-jitliii-e aijiiuiitiilvjyite^' :': '<iy.;iy  'KAi  'Ar.-A'"'--  '!)A. ' '-','���������(,'  ['uv ���������': 'v i  - ���������', 1 "���������;).  .   JJr. Oi-oms wenl. (o'.\ii'.i\vl|i',-i(lto.dav, !     A  ������11Mn,!l  ;1S'i Hie ICoOTlCNAV M.vli.  *) & ��������� .. |.   i)v. t/i-osri weni, to .\i i'ii\vl|i',-t(t to-dav, I     -l  IM""1  -'m" im- ivoim'kjav aaii,  9 nonnHfl Dnilir^ PnnV fn !? ! p?" -'^".f'.V1 l";l!1' '" v'^1"? ",', "'"I ;*''��������� N������ii w'm*-K������.|i���������!,. lett for Vaneot.vu- i ;,1,r,;|,,,"���������,, k^ '���������������"������>������������������'-"' ���������������"��������� ������������li, e.h������������������K,'-  ;*��������� uallaOaUrllM&IiuOKuu S r,,"khloitl.11'fr"m llu' v,,,l{,M{l ""'."..tM.T.u^duv. ! ,,,"L U"J ,n <,"������i������,"-i>i"!-" hi n.ec.  fa i ������ if. 'al"HJ,' tbe river hank with the .big tins' * T r, * . , ���������, , ��������� , MJ- ��������������� sinff. I.y v, hirh JI.wm-,-. Wlivte.  /J* ' 5 wliit-h was lli.o-vn .-.-���������i���������st U,e .side , j' ' ' J^D* ^������.vd-wn< down fro... the Lend f M,,.,���������,,,, q.,,,;.,^ ���������,���������, DlIi:(l(,M1(,v ,;.���������,.,,  ���������? Revc-lsloke  Station 6* . Hie ImH  Iriiililin^.   Th- lici-j.-s  then, j u" -a,,IM,''.v' j n, i���������. ,���������,Mi" d.   ,Tln-.n-i-iii-.-ii-v'(.i* tin  hink-avv.-iv fi-iuti i lit- vi'liicl-'iin'd  con  Fivd Ib'iliiii^m i-t't ui (.<-el I'l-niii (v-'iioi. I  r-  ''*V'wft'^ft'-^^'-y:{)iSiV>.,^,.-'Pi'U^;U-ft'feft'^'^ llnjii*  iijml  e.ife-i'1'   till   one   oj-i pl'X on l-'ridnv.   j lliem {Jul tliinwn and   hnd   iis   hack ;  ' T. T-iyim', 01. P. P., retiinn-d  to the  | liKik-ii     Tlie injured liniM- had  to  lie I coa.-t'on .Sunnday.  Agsntfor Pianos, Organs,'and Sewing' IViach'inos,:':'v':.'-^-'a  ... .,���������:>.  '   ���������'a'! ���������'  JTu.  BQRH.  i" J iiiini in,oil.n siipiilioii  iiy   ilie Mail i-  ii'iiv v-cill-d fun,. I|i','iii(jiinil,|..s.    JI,.,.,. j ^kj"!  In   t!i-'    ll-<L   111'   |li'OlliOilii|ii.   .-lln,Ul  to l.f  '   AJx  ^ivci) ������������������n\.(.T  11��������� J !  ���������w'Vl^ ;i ��������� 7���������'���������)! *j-: i-.:'r-"''-!;K  li .   S av������ctf'J. '���������   'U.���������!'.. -ti    \~r5-   'Ui.f/,-.     u ���������   ���������   , iniii-ii damaged  .MclvAK.-On  A|-i-;i  17ih,   the  wife of  J iIksIii.vhi]   hut  the   vehicle   waa-iiit:    -Alt!.' ^.-u-inan   may  he it Candidah> |    p''"'Vd   ilmu'Kf'r" Wlivu-  nf    thi  Alex. .MeR.-ii, of a mid.  OCAL & 'GENERAL  . J'OL'XU -A dooi- key, apply at this  ofllee.  The 15a-le *,*iy- Fi'it,ui-*on i.s to have  n public M-liini! Iniildiiig, ,  A regi.-lry of the Miptvme court  has  been eslahli-heil at, Vernon.  Tenders are cnlie'd for a new hol-1 to  be built at Knujluop-.  J. U.'Ba.r, lot ni"! ly of ri-indon, einn-  'n.illed suicide al "N'-w D-uvei.  Prepiiral inns arc In-ill^  mad- foi im-  pi living I he coin I hoii.-e -loiuid-;.  The coronation of King Iidwaid will  take plnce in June of nexi year.  Craig and llilhiian will have lhe  summer mail contrac! to Tnnii, Lake.,  'Owing to the einiliniialioii of cold  weather bigl) w'atei i- -xpect-d ihi.-  season.  J. V. Ai'iiuimng made lhe excellent,  catch of 27 limit, at,"(ii-eely creek ye*,  li't-day.-        . >;v  The Liigle s-ays-* if i*. inlended to  shorten'llie road between Ferguson  and Tiont Lake. ,    '  Mrs. C-iiiieXatini) was fined $,";00 or  the alternative of quitting Kansas  City.   She (pn't.  ��������� A Feel inn man on (he 0. and I:. '  named Binlella. killed his btolher-iij. i  law David Keiu-at Inni.-fdil. ,   |  Call at J.  F.  McLeeid's, S.tvageV old i  Revelstob' Gun Club.  The first, regular practice of the pp'���������  son took  place on S.ilimlnv when the  J for l lie iiinyo;a!ty.  i   .y,  Iieiidet-.-on, of Ai-hct'ofl,  was in  ���������j tbe city thin week.  i     Mrs.  Willi.s  Arinsirong, of  Ilog'eis  P.-ts-i", has gone east."  Mi. L-aiiiy, t iinber inspector, at l'tvi (J  following were th- scores ouL of a pos- ; in the ciiv this morning.  Mb!e,if2o;     McDonrHI  1(1   1I.,,.|h,. JO, j     Cr-ely," feiremab   of   .be   Ne.lie   L,  McKny 10 Skene!), Lpper 0,.McUae!), | vWll,��������� ,ht. city on Fi idav.  Plnppst), Iv-ii Tpnitol lo). ���������   .    ���������,.. , .     ;   ���������^    ' J-   riH.-hiiian  arrived   ni   the  cilv  ur  Results   of    Ore   Shipment���������-A  Splendid Return.  from Ihe vve*,t on Tue.-d-iy.  II. A. IV. ley, ,,f  [Ioi,.i  revelstoke,  ii.i'iv.'diin S'ltuivlay'eveiiiiig.  Finn. W. C. Wells pa-Mil through to  the coast by No. 1 mi Saturday,  G. S   McCai tei*' went to  Kaiiiloops  Tue.-day, tvt tii ning Thursday.  Tr.ioper    IJolion,    of     .Stralbcona  Ilor.-e, letuiiii'd home em Friday.       '  M. Grady, of St.  Li-on S[)rings; vv.-ts  iiiiiii'dm ing I lie pa-t  winter.  The e>liipin,'iit  iiicliided a iiuantityof  sei-i'i'iiiiig-.   which   bring   down     tin  Mr.   Ai iii-timn.',   K-crelary -to    the  Siiii-hiii.- Limited,' last evening received in. m   Hu   Trail -in.'Iter th- let inns   a vi.-itoi lo the city lhis week  ���������if ihe 200 ions . f ,,,-e shipped fnrn, the       A ,,,.,������������������, ui��������� ,,��������� ^ t|, ^hl at tfae  Oddfellows Hall by t.lie Uachelot--.  G.   C.   Nasjle   returned   on Monday  averane -valuiV" The'reU.rn^u'e bmv- j fl(>������m 'lrll,iI, '" T!",lf L,,k:',m<1 y,jlki'^'  I'vcr, iiio-t. -.-iiisf.ic-ii-ry. j    Aid. Taylor returned to-the citv mi  Thede-iii oie averaged S'Pi.j per ton J Sii"dny after a f.irlinghl'.s stay at the  nnd ih- sciccniiig- $10.") gross values, ^ ; t-niist.  The net. I'l'lurns of Uk eulire ship- I , J. .1. Vounu retui-n-d from the soutii  in-lit give lhe company $110 a ton,        ' cm Friday, and left fm   Calgary JMoii-  Cut. for  lhe drop in lead tJie. return 'day.  We.-lein .-iiid  Pacific divisions lei   In-  geneial mnuagei- of the en.lif,.' C. p'. P. i  g.  sy.ilein.  ,   Sii|ii'iinleiHli'iit Oborih'/of di,. Wchi. ' "  urn  division  lo  be .-i|)pointed C.P. R.  (isectilive agent al. Montreal. ' '  J.   \V.  Leonard,  Wup-rinteiident of !  Qti-bee-y.-leuis lei succeed Mr. Whyte  a- General  M.iuagei- of the Western  and Pacific Divi-ions.���������  Gen-r.-il  iSuieriiileiident ifarpole to  ���������.iicc-ed Air. Ohorne as Stipi'i-iuteiKlcriL  nf ihe  Wi-ii-ni division,  with head-  -punter.-, at Winnipeg. ���������  Siiperintendeiit. James, of Winniprg,  to succeed Mi. Marpole us iSitperinteii.  dent of the Pacific division.  Superintendent Meirpolu'.s ptcsent  visit to Muni real i,-, no diuibt explained  by the (thrive statement of pioposcd  change's in lhe ollicinl-. The railvvny  employee*, and the jiublic of B. C. vvill  join wilh us in "congratulating Mr*.  Marpole on hi.- promotion, while, ro-  grelting to lo-e his M'rvice,-, as head of  this divi-ion of the ('. P. K.  Extra stroni^ .Serges f'or pants'::rit 0S-A^Ae; to;oi'dei;y- C'S  First-class Spriny Suiting's.fvom'^m^oAiil  As  'C.  ^19 :v:-::"4L;:1la^ii;,:v;.L"-.^te^OT^d  .^Vai'Phliybnl^dlfllc  a. J %yy enjr y s ui t '.'li er e^i$^<ltvo.. td' W^-*^] ^v^'c."''.  y 7.; fe'c't yyH lia t:yyyweyy;:}ray  '���������.;y. great-yy^iUeC)'.^' 'Vay'iv;;:.';-^;;"'^1 ^v-y^ ^ :;'..4-v;C"^';  .yvvyyvy;! fyyyp'uyy^-a n t7-; rx y y( a-y 3 i i 6 ii h 1 i J c y 7 'y:'; 7-: a' Vy-.^  aysu^aiest ya 716'ok'y,':it7 ot;i' ^now':'V;v7:':./''  'sAAAA'i'-'iAs'iAAAsAAiAs  La'clies' High Class: Custom'"tai'lbiMfis '!^:'::'^:Mh:  .  Gressman, McKen^ie  Av0i  would   b.-ive heen considerably hi-h,.,., ���������     (;il|lti Tnnip  h||���������  ,���������,,,���������   .,, xt,|.;nn .,,..  as, when t h-'cnnipany shipped in A'juil ��������� ranging for i eiuoving his'family to the. j been signed al, Vancouver,.  last,   year   I h- ' London   rpinlation for   coast. '  reduced rates and stiid the proper way  to secure these was for the government to have control of the tali s.  The C. P.  It.'have lie tnanded from  the Seattle transportation companies  that thiir steamers shall either keep  Eugene Phi'.ip-,  braketnan, had  hi*. ; out of Vancouver business altogether  l-ighlarni torn by slipping off a cur on j or make Vancouver their first port of  Ihe C. and E, | call   nn   their   way   south.   The com-  A monster- petition  in favor of gov.   Panics have ro  far refused to accept  one proposition ol' lhe other and a rale'  war is threatened.  '  / - /;' ���������' ���������'  '.���������"��������� ���������* : ',  ' /j/'1' ' '/-A     ''l A>kzf    2i '���������'  A/AyA/A\ vi x^Wm���������  lead   vvas  .CIO.'l!l-. Oil., whereas-nnw-it  is only .CI2. G-. Sd.  Rev.   Dr,   P.iget came to the cilv on  , Mmiday on a  visit to his hi other 0. B.  Paget.  Ft ed. Weir, one of th- first Canadian  ernuient  cniisiruction oi" railways has  'en signed ,-it Vancouver,.  It   is  reported   that, the C. P. It. bus  ���������\ meeting at Nelson passed i-esolu-  acquired the While Pa.:s railway unci ! t i������������n>s opposing I hi* subsidising of ihe  Yukon hteam'sbip lines. ��������� j Coasf-Kootenay   railway   and   mgiug  Biggage Masl-r Robinson'has been ! th,u il "'"s '", "''������iu*h impor cc ns  appointed  to ihe po-ition of 'giMn-wl | l" <,"T!ul ;' ^,,v,,',n">l>iit subsidy ai;,!  icon.ingent,   is   spending   a   few   days   ''.U'^'K'" afjent,   vice  Mr.   llilliei,   r..   i'm,!<l   1,e   h\U   '" lU'ivnto miiIi-i-jii i ���������  * ,, The meeting however tnged the build  ing of a railway to give the Gknii.-igaii  CeiliaiJ.  r.  Jit-Lieocis, ft.tvage'Mini ; .                     ���������~                               , with Constable Upper.                             ,j-igncii,    ���������                                          ���������        ..���������������������- ���������������������- "c* .-������������������*>-.i-i   ...m-u no- .mno  More for your c-otifeclioin-ry, fn.-it and I/f Steamer   AzSUred.-'-City will be''    & D. IhuinMeiu,-.n,l yesterday from i    The Great. Xortlnin  has   Mgne.l   ��������� ! j-'' f? ,7,^^ ''!!! ^ V! ^'-1'.V *u* T. p^'iT'"  S"fltlrmks.                                                 ] ,       -                         p     '        A        lib''   L.-i.di-ait  where  he   s.ysihe.eis/'nnliaet'l.i  buildari.ihvaytoc.Vnni^^  '   ���������  Mayor   Kilpatrick   will  ret ire from j HSKOCl lor a  DQIUIS,                : everv promise of a bu-y season.              ' lb-public   camp   with    the   Douiularv ���������    "   "  . I              '                      ,         l       ���������            c     . l              ���������.              .��������� '                               "                                         '  '                                                                                                  '               I                i                                                                                                              '                                       *"''- -"���������������������������-"������������-to-"*.".-������������������.���������  mm  the   ninyoial   chair of  lhe city after!  next week'a meeting of coiinci  Mr. an'd Mrs.  K. D. John-on arrived I f*"|i'1!-'''-'*'-,  ,xt week = meeting otcoune-i :'   ^  ^ .^t of M|P Uil|irrt    A N".  a  .o-d���������y ..ndai-eat ,he Hotel:     Cap..  Tmup was ban que..ted a.. X-l  On iSundaya man named W ;IIi,l,w ho ��������� ()f ^^  ^  had "in band the niiMii"   !{,JV''lr't-t'kL'i'"1* " f"w (b,y.-. ! son on \\ ednesdny  night onl.heotca  Shade Trees, 'fruit'' Tress, Roses,  ot.   the   necessary,, fund   to  pi ocur- a .     General Huller is mentioned as likely i *,i"*'1   ,,f   leaving   to   ii.-,-uiiit'   hi.,  new j     J'-rsons d-sirous of obtaining Appb  steamer foi-lheliig Demi.    He informs ''"'llt'   ���������'j)p=>i(il--ii   cciuimaiidei- of   tl���������. j d'Hi'-s at th-Cna.M.  u-   lhat   he is mei ling wilh sucii .-up-    Bi ii ish i'oices in Cmadii.  P-in,   Shade   Tiees,   Lilacs, iMnuni.-i  c" As-i-lant   General     S.ipi'riiitendeiit,' - A-!ij    Hni'-e   Ciu-nuls,   Rasplieirv or  ird  ul-  Cime into the lily from the south, was |  lot-keel up by Chief Bain  pending  ex-  (Uiiitialion as lo his banily,  Lord  Kilcheiiei* is re|*.(i|-ti-d lobave   |1CI, (,   (llat liie  sciieule'M-.praclicaliv     ''-Ii:  A.   Pr-iley,  of Hotel K-veNlnke,    1-,|i('li"-'<ii".v  l-i'l,'by  lhe sou. b train on ; Ourratit,  Bushes,   or   Hoses, slaiid.-i  .vo disposed  hin*2jU,(.0() tionpK lhat he   ,i>vimi,                   ���������                             '    nir'vcd  on Sjiiid.iy anil   ie tinned   to    W.'ilni-d.iy    I"    ���������n-p'-'ct   lhe    south ' "tl climbing, -,\ ill  (bid  it.  to lli.'ii ,-  wilTmiop in all  llie rebellious Bui i'a ,    The inlenlioii is lo form a lccal c-ou*,'    Cil^a. v on Wedu-sday,     ,                        Koot-iiiiy aiu!' boundary line.-*.      , j vaul.ige   to   address   J,   L. .Welislcr,  within lhe next MS v.Lvks.      ^               ��������� pany, with  a  capilal of about ������1.',;������a"),       j. E, Griffith, governnient ageul. ut. '     "-'l������l������l"  ('"iniioiuul.- have  proved a ' ^old.-lrenin Xiir.-iery, Vernmi.  Pow( l'l'ul  new defence woi ks are lo | rai-e abnnt   .Sld.WMl i.uiii-riiat-ly, C'-t a    Gold-n,  ainvHil  in  the cit v .-Monda v    l''n'|!|11'1'  "n   li,!' Boundary section and ������������������. ���������������������������������������.  si\-,-ueio  be sent back to ihe prnirii', IL M. Smyilie li.tKenlargcd Iu'i istore,  hi'ing I'epl.'iced by siiiipb'B ildwins. ��������� anil i-- adding an ice crea.m p.nlor,    II"  88oy Msoovery   a  d.^peniig 7  Oil llnee lliiii".-,; a good phy..  Mcirin, a guid i.tnse, aiid alisd.y,  hilti puriiy iii.d iinifoi mity nf y  tbi). ebe.g.s.., ,111/1 liieiiiciucHciiI-a;  plo'vcdaiii' ili(.!''i:.ii-.c.-V'v.'*'������������������"*,'���������'' ;a    ; :'  Alj^^6^;|^������  G:i  l;e   erected  al   Loudon,   l-'ngl.-iiid.     1-- ' boini-   from   the e.iiy of b.-i ween S's-'Vi    and iettirii'-d Wednesday  this Ihe result of lhe i-i'ient tin eatetied    ''inil  SLWX'l,. build   a   .-.te.uncr jui the- C.  m0mAim@m  ��������� '��������� -: a;-. ��������� '- v-^ ������������������ aaa ���������\.:'r ; ���������. :���������.   \ -.-:���������'  inva.-ion by Fiance''t  A. McRae  has been appoint* d agent ! I'-mly   fm*  work as .-oon a.- high water  for Trout Lake City  lot- and repm-ts i '*"'I1VI *'���������  The company  will of co,usp depend  ou  the   govci'innent  subsidy  to  help*  them out  If Mr. McCai ly c-u*i i-s in'- jilan tn ;i  siicci--ful i--ue he vvill have vione ihe  li-.-t. M-ivice ever reiiciend to It-vt-1-  -loke.  F. W. .lone'.-, eif th������- 'Columbia Rivei  P.   R.   slip   al   N'.-iku-p. and   bine hV,-    j^.,].iiw"c-,,_ ; [., ,������������������,.,,   U) Ge,!den from '     ("'    P'   H* l^A^r Sullivan says the , I';* J"^_ i"������P' '*"<1   a line stock ���������f can  sales. active   in   view of the  C. P. R.  taking hold of lhe lovvnsiie.  A holiday is being advocated foi  May 2llh, ,*in<i it i- sugg���������teel that (be  ustiiil annual sp- rl- gnthe'riug be tr-  ganized for that 0..\y.    '  . Mr. Slat key, a hicvtle inaniifacliiivi  of Coventry, Fnglaml, whoi- inlet-eat-  id in tin' lion Miisk, intend- erecting a  t>2o,(,C0 leiiileiifu at Kaiiiloops,  J.   Guy   Barber   li;i=   received from  Troopir   B* I1' n   " in igmli'"lit colli c-  tion of lelics of ihu LJ.-i t war whi'-h he ,  will -show in his v.huh.w.  Miss Sh'-paid,  of   llie   Madi-ou pm ���������  C. Cic-V, fnieiiinii e.f lhe locomot ive  d-paii meiit ,,t. Field, ariived on Monday, letmuin^ W.'-dn���������day.  The  pi-.iviiKial Iegi<|,il ore re-opep-d  Wed ue-day. No bid had li-eu'received  ; ywith yye-:*i'a yp'rescripi ibiiiii'.' nnij.  ���������-'y'C, yfur, Luiliilaiiti'I:^/Uii,i-i>ejijihii(irj^ 7y-  if BOA^n'^ '-������������������ '^"1"   ������������������-Aiv i������'^~������'i  W's'.s.   ���������  AAApA^A^:Um^^A;AA.A:'A-i  ;' tiiwccmif Ai ThA/iA, J AI r.'���������' C6< A,i  REVElSTQKAQTAY'lp^  Ir  c  Lecture nn ihe Transvaal War,  At  lhe   LIpiViillh   Le.li'lie on MoiiflilV  Kauit rhi.- morning. vvh,'1*r  'Al   Lirdo   wiil   be completed in , (H''/   drinks,   B.  and  B. pipes,' bicycle  j Ihe   next,  ciylit or   ten   days, and t he    lil'iiign.  j pontoon   is   now under emisti uclion at  Xel-on.  M:-.  Dieii.-h.-im,   Supci iutendeni,  of '    })'. '\ ';"ll,K',' l'lli"^'ll,''k !" U'.. oi'.ice j fm- lln* Cnast-Koolcay road.    Il-lmc-  liie Sih-er L\iVl i.- -NpecH-rl to relt:iM    '    K     ("!yi"' "' lh''<J* P* K' l,,,s ' " ��������� l<1'" '"' l"U" l'ur ;l lln"ly " ,lMtl IV;,S  in Revel-ink- lli-tw.-i k in May. ' appoinled as.-i-t.iiil   lo Ilenry IJailing, I n-.i-ctecl b.y the speaker as not iii order,  general 111,-niager of the'WIiilo Pais & i hul   a   motion   was passed ,-isking lln-  I    L-oiion., manage   ,.f   , b- Ginndi. ���������  y���������kf)ll ,.ailu,    . t ,���������,.,._ i D(,mi���������i()I,    t()       ���������,���������, ���������,��������� ,���������,���������,���������        T||��������� j }A{      *      A.     A>.^^A:]}^.A  lJvux   ������   Rook   Lo.-   bu-me-s,   -oeul.       ,  ��������� i     ,-   '. ��������� ��������� ,     ! -1-"-'1 y.^iiatua  i    \iy.1.....Oilb, : JJellvory .  T,        ,      ���������    ,             ,       ���������             ,                ihe   Viciorii   Board   of  Trade has    estimates  are   ready   mid     ni-iy     b-        -,. AVa-rany <������������������. (\-s Av a. V.i "j;���������hfv"  rn'ir-d.iy ;u inw n ret.iriiiiu'--oiiih   ins , , ,  ,. .        , i���������.,���������,���������i,,   ,i,,,,. ,,. .i,.,.     u m ���������u-     :      ' s,An.USl-  s\l'A>ysi ������.n{\  ..JlgntJ,,..,  ( p,.-s-d   ,,   resoluiii.n  ui-gu.g the con-    ' inught  down   an>   day.    M.-Plullips | Bu^iA "i VAAA '   HaiTOAV^  -iriictmn of a line independent of thu ; declared  hinisclt  an opponent of the , and GultiVatei's    - -     ''   ��������� ������ y ,y '.  Mr.   Humphrey-,  d   the iic(-[er iw    (*. p. |{.   beiue-eu ihe Coast and Bouti'i K(,VlM'"llK'nt " ll"-'ir policy of conlid |      .:'���������""  cii.inie'-of/i.-e, iviiin-.edon Wedii---d.iy   ,|,1PVi  ?u .,,  ,,, ^Y^  u   l.um,ll,l|liVy | uf   rales*,  staling  that was ,t fedtral i     ; "DCV/E;^ (A  frnn  \ .iinvo'iw'i, wbjihc!   ht  wvnt to   .mu, ' uialler., j  hi ar All.-iiii I'ii.g. ,,     ... ,,       ,       ,,,,,,, '  O.i   W.'dr,e*elay   thn  boil-r   of   (he  iw������%yliilii#  :BtACKSfiiii#@oaTO  ;/-;.^ " ���������:\:.aOiI^R-.yy;'- ::-;,v'7"^v  :REVE������S:FC)S<E-,:  :^V  tKlliilfcifllili mi >n  .       _.             .      .      tu       , Ah''  '"'ri  Mr-. A. H  (.i,r,:-.   of   H.I-    sf,,,n,,.r RioiiiiiMf plying einl'lle I-'lasen i                        \C)T\('\-                         >      ''^ Alf 'M c'ritf hfi.Vo  ,                'v-iung   Irooper Lewi-, of SliMlhe-ona mon Arm, wei-   -i Hi-city miT r.-'l-iv     ,v,,i,���������i ..!     i ,-i,', ��������� , .,                                                      .NUll^L-i                       :             '*-/*���������*���������   -"���������'-^---'---y'-iiiU/,  1or������- left 0'i a bit- lie���������  li ii lo in-Lar-    n                      n   i                  ,,           ��������� ..    ,,      .    ,      .                *                  *N ��������� , e.\ piml'-o,    kidiii; m*o      pas-eengei-s,  lor., I. uo. i.i ou             imp t i ni    in      ii,,,. ,,, Wll!(  called   on   to  dd-lrr.-  the Mr.Curii"  ha vii.���������' ( om- lo ..iti-uil Ui-' M,.,,!,,,,.,,, Moi. is,-, audi , In,,-.,,  ,..���������  ili'iiu   on    I ue.-ilii v.. nod wi    iitobab v           ������������������           t    t -.          ���������                 i    ,, ,        , .  ,                                       .i'.<u.in.i,i .uuininii anei Ijciiiiihii, am  '                     '             '     m.-H,ng.     In   u-.-pemugrem.iiksMr. banq-iet to h.s tbt-f.                                    a d-ck   hand.     Six other, we.- badlv  Lewis rcb-rivd briefly lo lhe military Acting  Judge.  },'.   M-L. Fmi-i -,v.m    .c.ldid,  letlirn on Satin (Iiiy  I. T. Brew-H I*, of ilia  Caries  Creek 'discipline of the wr.-tet ners who. h  1')L ULtC S'OTItK Ih buroLvuivrii (ijntiit tlm  X,, exiilrirtlon of ono inotitb from Ihei llr.it  liilblli-iltloil of Ililri uollcy,, thu be'iiel otllco or  prfiiL-ljiiiJ plr.e-c of bu.-luc.-v-4 of thn Grceit West  Boot and Slios Maker  I. 1. Uiew-u i, oi  ill.*   L.iiU't   i-ieeK    ilnciphne   ot   lhe   wp.-tef llel's   who.  hi- ' nrci-nterl will)   m   aeleliv- of vv.-lcon,,. ,n      ,���������   i������   t������    ���������          ,          ,                 .         1'niic hiiiJ plr.e'c of btisllii'ies of thn Grceit West-  t'oil-olidatcd, li.i=piep,.!'cdini^ of  lhe    .,i,|   foimd it vei v eliiUcnlt In ri-rr,LM,i/e                 , /    ,                       , T1"'  L. P. IL   inleiuls  to have an   li- ' ������ni M luo-. Mui'twJ Llnblllty. will bo i-banKc������l  1.011.011(1,1110, ii.i-iiip.iitu i ie.        mil    -,ii,i, toii.uJ it MivcJililtnitloiirogiii/Ce    by the Rosslaud bar on hfs op-inng tbe ������*,,,,,  r... ,..,. (-.,,., ic,,,,. ,.,,���������.. ,.���������,���������������. ��������� ; 'roui Itoviilsiulic. If, c��������� u> KcrKii.son. U. c.Tlu  li-al mid tno.-t leli.ibie iu ip.-i.i th-B.prj  iih-r.-a-th.-ir Miii-riorsaiidcoui-l not      '������������������..,��������� i, Pll i, ., ,,    u h            '     Loa-l-lvootenay railway . nccordanro with t ho conHcntoAho Hluirolwld'  LV������������I country H...llMS y,i !.������������������������������  ,-o,n. ! ���������,���������,  1,-..,,   li rudUl   bv  otin-r than ,    " i "       '         '   \   r           ,         \ mA, ,,,w U",nl'1"l,',J   tb" 's" "'>' of  ,i l ^���������*S ^��������������� <* *'���������*��������������� * *>  l-ib-iL ' wesieiner. sii.ii,.- Cl. Steele to !vh������������������:    ,/'1''* '1!'d M',s*   iL A* LrCM',! ]"1"* U    '^tv..iu   r'ttntelr..)    to   Tidc.vater. .    L'aisd'this Tib iiy * April, m.   to Who ll  .ova.   ri'-dif   i-   dil-.      ( oiifimirug   lu  ll- '.I'.ii.  )>il  The   Tiniit   Lak-Tr.iel"e Cr.uiurili.  hare.'   wiitleo   Mr.   Tailor   ai.d     Mi   '  l<"-ciih-d   ihe   lin-   of   marc!1, places  Green, M P.P*. a-kiii^ -.'iiv-iiiineiit !���������       i.-il-il, i'i.^' itr"Ui-!.i-,  -li-,, giving in-  join wilh   G.C C. P. IL ii.lo'.'.ii'iiigiU'i   l-it-"-  -f  hair-lii-iadll.   (-.-.-i,..-,   and      //'I't;   ''i-ip   p,u eel   ! Ij.Mgli R-vel. ,  \'Xi\ ,1(,t   torg'Uini.' te, put in a {fond vnur]    :''''  , fin- Genual   liiill-r   with uhum thev  Wanted.���������tJnieirt men eiiifl ������c:nipn ir,   ,cei������  )'.  Lheiiy Li-ck  to-iiiorrow wi:.-j(he.v   acrcisi lhe Hope niouiilaiu-,  t vvi!l;|i-nd n  few- W'-ek-lm-tbe 1,'i.eli.        ������.-,���������,,���������, (;������������������<  ������.lX,  the applict.its fur  ihe Criov'ii  ,'.'--.  R lilwav charter will  Coi-ucr of:.!3ct;oi*j4 Hi., Sc Vrduriu HoaiJ,  Boots Made to Order.   .>  Repairs Promptly Exctutedi; .y  '      A'.lt' liriivitlh ' Price;' ���������' 'Do'lV ' ^imnf.'tiL'ntt''"''  ficcrctnry to tho colnpor.:'.    i rr,tJ-������ .  ^Ars ..'VOi.lpaitlpnr   y  I     ������w<*.4,..-..XM 1.^.1 ,I-L^:..r���������^uj, 4*-|.J*4. .  re  vv  (apt.   It-ip |.,n wi ihiMgh Ii-vi-i. , pi.'ici.i  a-.   .im.'iKirii.'jn,   lo oveicoiiie 1 rr.UA   Xfnntt   Trtl^^i    Cf-itfir**.  itr.ke   !,i,t   i,i,'ot   oi   In,   W*y tr. ���������.���������,*��������� ;h. AAlu.u,   and  ensin, a coal and i X11"    V DFV   LflluSt   OlV'OS  :'o.i.M.   Ha w.i., ���������iccuiiip.ii.ierj .tsfarat, .coko  s-pply  Ia  UiiiirL   Loluiubia's ' " '  Wanted.-bni-irt men and ������c:nipn Ir,   ,������>.(. ceuiuected thw m.i^r poiu'onof   R-vi-Mokf by ChiVt Puimh- Lyoan.iis. r^piii-eiii-iitr-,  nre-ent.   n*1   in   a:l   el i-i i-'.r-t s.     Gooel    ' li������ri-   lime,      A-   for GeiuM.il- D-W'pt.      r.   T..   T , , , . i  ���������,,   .,,,,.���������..,,..,..     ii-i'i',  ' mil Sieve, h--.iVHtlievvv.iv inf.,. med       K. x������. J.������nnw,n, khmhw .-y .ff c-.iiint.iut       A-si-lant - G-iical    Sup. i intend-m ���������'  llZ'-S (10(1  -! - 'l(! V   I'll! (llOV llll'l. I ,      V\ 1 |, , . ��������� ��������� ���������  . * . . -. .   ,     , i , .-    , ,     , . , . .. '  .,.   ...  .  ,.,,  ,,   ,,    .   'v B"' '���������* I'i i-oii-i-liiiif I !)'������������������'!��������� geiilleincn    al tlie'  R-v.i-i.-t.ok"  In,inch   i.i   Mol-eo-.i Due lo-ma y   *l ,11  ,.��������� ���������, upi-.-< b,-: old ob'lce  If,  Cannon,   loom  10, Fait fi-ld  ������������������b"*'* ���������'������������������-,,.._,  'i/ieet, (I. Y..,  t be iv.-iler iiiul   el'di-e   light  -upply ol '   u-elinu'  \'aiit*oi,i el. II. C. ,'"���������**��������� of w batni.iv happen to t.heii-men, ..,,,...,,������������������������������������,i, ,,.,,,��������� | .   ,,.     7      ,     j ,. .   ,       ,        '   ,     ,  ;.   ���������]������������������,,,,,.,.  H���������||o���������,   uh���������  uus ,f,I)f< ,    "'if ,id,y ui.b hi-eb,,,!,. enioute   to | Sup'-nnl .'iiil-i.t ".f   lb-  Sbuswa,.   uud  The   ivp"l-t e.f   I ol.   I lace.i, C. I-.., en   ,   U)H   jIMj(,,(|    !o     aeleire'S-e     a     fiitui'-    ���������"''"iiou'e and t In-e (. i-f  iti millinery and tdvth'm,  ill U'lis, faucy (.oinbu and  jiinb can no'.'/ Iv puicliasod  at the  qy.b/j^ber;;^"'������������������������������������  ��������� '.W&tqU^ppy.'Oloo'kBt  tfowollery and Silverware, ������������������'���������������������������  -IZieat   r-.���������,-rif   tb,..n-,-|v,-.rr���������,(|-    RiinK, pn.ss.'d liirougi-lb-iily   I.y   .V���������. ,.,t   -.lie    Rev-I-!(.,'.-   iliilii.ii,    (he   lleW j  ai.........i i--... Mr. Kiipnuuk.'. ., , [Bngagolnent jliap'.a Specialty.  uil*<"M",y""'H'!,"';''"'"���������      ;Madison.HillineryParlors;   G.P.B. WATBH rtlSPEGTQR,  F.   W. .Julie*-, *.-i i'. tary n-'M-uier of  tho c-i.y has   been ,-,-eiv,,, by ,.,-,-1,1  J  ^'^ rfjj ^.,,1 -Minnv (J, (, ,��������������������������� . ? ,���������,.���������,, ^:-  cleik   and   wi.l   be   i.-n.l  al lo-iughl ��������� , , |)(i ^^ ,,  i,,.,,,,.^' ||lt,  ll���������-,,.l|ll������.',-0ll    who  have  un'lls.a, Kai.lt. .-Beaver and  ui-Miiifpi UK'.uiiinnli - j < jwiv    ' * ���������,.-    ,. :      ' * -Q^'MV'/rrl^ iu'.vtw \H.r-vu Ifrlfth  A, a iiiuel.ii.g of ih- VicU'ii.'i J'loard !  ��������� ���������MY-itl.v ('���������" ,ll.'*i;.',.,(l....ieil that so-! ��������� ; :.     M>5sm, Shojwril ft'Cel!,-.' .      A. mynlnjAlr},  .OVqJj^  1 .ATtVi


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