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 i-  ii  ' 9"'  -    V  ' A  i  i  Tj  ,  i-l  ,. '  i  .il  IN  fi]  ' V       i  Vol. '11.���������No: 4,  AC  *>-*���������.-:������������������ lg,u  i r-  \    /- . '  ~S   '0'i������-    -    -        G-   ���������-*'"  ,' -.        ': I A. ->  ?  REVELSTQKE.,R G,-APRIL 23, 190,4.  $2.00 Per. Year.  Showing of  Summer Goods.  MOW is the tinio tcproeuie those goods needed for (he nppmiicliing  li- vviirni weather. , Our stock is now complete iind wc me showing  the line*! rnngeof Ladies, Ores- Goods, Wash iMuslin-, UIouses.'Tuilor-  mndc Costumes, Hoots and .Shoes, .nul,Gents' Furnishings to he hnd  -', in the city. "  In Dress Goods  Canvas   Cloths," flakes'  Voilles,   Sicilians,  Grenedines,  Vicuna Cloths, are among the newest ,weav'e.s" we  are  showing'.     Ranging ineprices fr,om,50c. per yard up.,   '  In tyash Goods  ���������'      * - - ,:\  u -v     '.    . t      "  Our. stock was never - so "complete " in   Flaked   Linen,  -.Voilles,  White-and Colored. Vestings,   Zephyrs,  Fancy'  , \    ! Stripe, Muslin. Chambrays, and Crivmms Prints'. -  '1 '��������� .       , -Prices froni 10c. per vard up. '  Our' Specialty rin'Ready-Make Clothing, a  .idics- G or id I our Stock  is, varied 'nnd "complete  in   T.iilqi'm.ide  Costumes, Skiits, Blouses. 'Cotton Underwear, etc.  LATE WAR NEWS  >'   Japanese Defeated.  St. Petersburg, April 23.���������A des-  1 ��������� rt  patch from,Port Arthur says 1500  Japanese'have been defeated in an  'engagement on������ the Yalu ' river.  There is no official confirmation.  Killed While Placing Mines.  St. Peter-burg, April  23.���������Viceroy   Alo.xieff   icporU   that   today,  while f-ome l.-mnchea   were engaged  in placing mines* one of them prem-'  aturely   exploded   and   Lieut. Pell  1     T  and tvventv men weie killed.   '  CANADIAN NEWS.  Painters Strike Continues.  , Montreal, April 23rd.���������The pain-  '      *      A 1  ters strike continues nuchaimed.  0    Senator Dever Dead.   ������������������  Ottawa. Apijl 23.���������Sf-nntoi-<l)ev-  or.j Si. .John,' X. H ,' died "liei-fc"  yesterday.,' lie was appointed to  die UpperJlou������e in,lSGS. and wu.������  a libdnil. '   ' ''��������� "  SEEDS  in,  In Men's  We are second tp 'none in-up-to-date styles arid values  in    Suits. ,'Pants.  -Shirts  Balbriggan Underwear  -    '-.Prices within reac  ,. -1  Natural 'Wool   and   Silked,  Hats,and Caps.  h of all     .  Japanese/Concentrating.   ;  ��������� St. Petersburg, ApnT 23!���������Viceroy Alexiff telegraph--1 that recon-  noiseae show the .Japanese concentrated in considerable force on the  Yalu. They a're also beginning.to  concentrate in considerable force at  Wiju. 'There have been "several  conflicts -bettveen scouting partie  with some casualties.  < Experimental Sanitariums.  tl Ottawa. April 23���������A delegation  is here endeavoring to ������ecuie :\'  Dominioiifgrant for  establishment  ���������      1 i 1  of aiv experimental sanitarium', in  ��������� 1   "i 1  each-province. '���������.���������"���������    ,    '  Flower Seeds,'Vegetable-Seeds, Grass'Seed  Onion Sets.' ��������� All the best varieties.  Garden Tools  Mies-making Dcpaitni'en'' in cunnectiun' with -true in cli.us������o of  ,'    '    -     '      ���������" -   Miss Wilson. ,1     >K -   '  TAYLOR  BLOCK. McKEXZIE^AVI  *"-*' ~-i.  REVELSTOKE  LATEST  :. TELEGRAMS.  r " ���������^ ���������  , f. *      *       J   "    ,-  - Palace For the Emporor.  . Berlin. Apnlt, 23���������The Pru==ian  Diet today voted '-11,273.300 for(t'ht-'  election of a palace for the Kmpei or  at I'osc-n.      s   , *���������. <-  Party, of Englishmen'Coming.  ���������U Toronto," April '23 ���������Lord   Live-  don writes citv council   that  he i������  ft,* ' '  bringing a   party -of 250 15ns-li**h-  ������  -  .   "V >    j' a  men in June.-"They will be enter-  C'. L V     * ' 'S  tamed here.' v , 1    '   ,  r>   Stolen Tools Recovered.'  ,' Victoria. April 23 ���������Police raided  house oMVm- Kenz and recovered  a. thousand dollars worth' of 'expensive" steel tools"from Albion Iron  works.    Kenz e.-caped.  ���������*-  Hoes,-Rakes. Spades. Forlcs. Sprinklers.  ,Lawn,Mowers/Scythes, etc.  STOVES  \ McOlary's Famous Stoves, and- Cooking  \   ' Utensils. Stove. Repairs.   ,  Ki.ipo, X.iils. Chnin. Iion.'Stoi;l   Cutleiy.'ltule**. Ammunition,-^  I' i������liin������ Tackle. Window Gl.t���������. Paint-," Oil,, etc  : BOURfOROS;  Headquarters   for.* Groceries,   Harness,'r ei&A  jvi ,. t';    *   ��������� ���������    ���������     ...--���������  i^i^iS^%/llfW^^^!^^\^\^1%^^^^i^  %MKMMmMJ\^MMM<Mij  '1  ���������*'"\ REID & YbUNGy ; ^  Mail  Order  Uept"  . B. Home & Co.  LIMITED  DEPARTMENT   STORE  Write  For  Samples  U. S. Holds Title tpyCanal.  'Pari?,'* Api'il 23���������The contract  conveving the Panama canal to  the United Stale- ha.- been signed/  sealed and delivered. The title is  now vested in the United States  go\ernni'ent.  he  Oui .Men's Wear Dep.utment is ,1 pcrlcct men'- -toie^ .ill oui  stocks aie new  'Men's Overalls & Jumpers "V]'Th^ft^Z  plain blue blue with stiipe. black with stiipc. Thev have patent watch  pocket, book and pencil pocket   tule pocket c-t nn   *    .  and aie thnioii������hlv  r.iiloied  nt **p'." pei yarmt-nl.  IMpu/ Hate *N"UM Cuish II.it-.  nCW ndl5 Ivnock.ibeiut ll.tt-.  iitet-on I Lit-. HUti ll.it-. Ilcdofa  Iluts I'l.intt*1 II.it-. bee window  display on McICcn/.ie Avenue.  Murdered By Robber.  St. Pc-tersliuier. April 23 ���������  I wife of Geneinl Slinndman was  ! murdered vesteiduy. '-she* was-  found in her loom with her head  chppped open by an axe. A valet  vvas also murdered. The motive  vvas lobbery. Thousand- of roubles  in bonds and securities were stolen.  f Died at Age of 100. *  "Sandwich, Ont ~ April 23.���������ISli/a-  lieth Brown aseri 100 N,fiend." She  was one of ten =lnio- 'who, escaped  from'A la Kama, to Cinad.i eluniiL'  the ci\ il war in.the St.ite-. ' I  VK     ,  - ��������� 1      1 *" s. "  Insurance-Rates Go Up.  Toronto.. April" 23.���������The Canadian Boa i'd of Underwriters today  decid'ed to mciease inpui-ance"rates  1 . * I  in the congested districts of Lon  don. Hamilton 'and Winnipeg '50  percent. Tn the outside districts  of Lbndon,find Hamilton there is  to be an incre.i-e of tvventv -five pei  cent. Hesidentiiirpioperty is not  affected.  ^ - Blouses and Shirt Waists.  ) SilkBlouses  ���������^Shirt-Waists.  CHURCHES.  KNOWLEDGE  -New Spring Underwear  Jli-n'e Black Fit'iich Hallu-iiron I'ndei-  wcar. Men's Xcw l.iiu-n Mt-h fiiilei vv <-,n .  Mcn'-Spiimr Weight Wool I'ndci weai.  Oui -piintr -bowing of Liitindicd and rjuit  Shiit- 1- veiy much iihc.ul of anything  we have -how 11 pic**.iou-lv.  \\''e are making special efforts  for the Men's Trade, and we  certainly have the yoods you  want.  Books  and  Writing  Materials  -i. 1'i.iru*-  Rev.  C.   A    I'locunici   will   bold   a  memorial -en ico Minelay  evenini-  on  bchali of the hue Thoni.i- Dow nie and  Kenneth Hodd  I'KINIIYII.ltlAN.  f*und.iv. April 24tth. .Aloiiiing subject: -'The llciald'- Maiching Oidci- '  Evening. -The ChiUti.in Ideal." Tho  Oddfellows will attend the evening  scivice.    Special niu-ic.  Without a doubt one of tlie laigeet lilies to^-:e!cct  fumi. selling at m,inuf.ict.iii,ci-s',pi ices .. ,1   -    ,  A Good Eveiv   Day  Waist at 7.">c     White  Lawn  , . \W.11su   nC\\   clo-u-n- tiimmeil vvali cnibioidC-iy  ���������  I   ,     \     ->.  'J..   ,-     'mill insoition. sollfiiM fiom *H.()U up/' ,    "*.-  ;-Shirt Waist Suits andf Skifts ife^fi^/f!^  !������.'o0-���������,^illS;C'" ,,1KL lClki''^ to uiatclypiice- ifH 00 'to ^0 00. ' These  .ucvthd pick of _-cvcr.il  niiinufacuiierf simiple- and  iiic'iho lutc-t  . _   -.     1        . - .   ^   -piinj; desiijn.-.f   ��������� i  Men's arid Boys' -Ready-to-:"<,'  Wear Department.  (    Our lines uie alway- frc-sh and stylish^ and pi ice* we iriiai.uitcc or  liioncv  ictundccl.     .Men'-  Suit-    Uo\-'  Mut-,   llov'.-   W.i^b  Stiit-  Jlen'-* Odd rants.  Hoy-' Odd   I'.mt-     Cohueel  and White" Shut-'  Wccanya full  l.iiico both  in Alfn-- iind llov- Shirts.     Hoy-' Soft  Front*-. Hoy-* Black .-atccn. Boys' r-tiipe Shut'- all .si/c-, fium'111 up  Men's and Boy'.- lJ111lcnvc.11.    Boy- Bulbrigg.m all -ize-. "  Boots and Shoes.  " '-"li^'Lmpic*is Shoes in 0\-|'oiel= Slippoi- and high J.,,cc.M!oot.-  this K, the be=t iiii-h giade shoe- made .Men's Aiiiciicaii Shoe, the  Harlow    Co    Shoo. .Men'-   Canadian   Shoo    the   :20th   Centurv  ���������     Biaud.     Chddion's^lippcis itnel Shoes a hill inimc.  Dressmaking & Millinery Parlors Upstairs.  Wcgii.u.iiuoe our pi ice? nnd our  and i-et voui uionm- back.  ;ooil-.      If not a^ lcpicacmed c.ill  \ucnt- un Buttei-ick'.- patterns:  Fine lettei jiaper  foi the Laches *  .  Toile de Lin  Duche-se  Loi ii ine  Iri-h Lawn  Toile elc Fninee  Dcvon-hiie .Vote  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.  Drug-gist and Stationer.  TLI.l.i'HOMv Iii  Mail orders promptly filled. Xcxt Hume'.  Pre-criptioiis Di-pon-c-d.  LIBERAL LEADER  t    J. A. Macdonald Entertained  at the Rideau Club.  Ottiiwa, April l'J���������J. A. .Macdonald,  M. L. A.. Liberal lender of Biitish  Columbia, was entei tained .it luncheon  at the Kicleau Club to-day. There  weie pie&ent Sii Wilfied Lnuriei, Sir  William iMulock, Hon. Clilluid Sil'ton,  Hon. W. S. Fielding. Hon. Jinyniopd  Fiefontaine, Hon. Wilhuni Templc-'  mnn. Deputy Spc.ikei MacDomild, .Mr.  R. O. Mncpher-on, Mr. Aulny Morri-  ton. Mr. ILilpb Smith, Mr. George  Riley, nnd .Mr. W. A. C'lilliher.  v JRJSXJDSc^Z'OTTlsrG- g  (^p-OK>0-0700<K><>0<>-o<H>-CK>-<^^ 6  A talk with men  who intend buying*  Spring- Suits.  We  are .showing the Uncbt lines of  AX.VIVERSAKV SERVICE Pic*,-  hyteiiiin Chinch, Sunday. April 24th.  Revel-tokc and Sclkiik Lexlges will  leave Selkirk Hall nt 7 p. m. Sojourning brethren cordially invited to  attend  PEACE RIVER REPORT.  Ottawa, Out., April 21.���������A nut her  prolonged low occuricd thi-inoinin g  nt the sc-s-ioii of the Agiicultiii.il  committee. The ipie-tinn of Mi. Ma-  bouii's lejiijit on the I'e.ice river  countiy vva- iigaiu unilei ili-cu���������ion,  and Mr. Kidcl .iccu-ed Mr. Oliver of  having cnelca vou ied to pei-uaelf Mi.  Miicotm to give false evidence.  fnimcdiatcly Mi. Ohvui lctoited bv  calling Mr. Kidd ii Imr.  Foi one --olid hotii the coirimitioe  wa*. in ,i tmmoil, the fight over these  statements being evtiemcly bittei.  Finally, however, a '-olution of the  difiictilty was icached when each of the  men apologized to the otbei  .Men's (foods in the Cit\*.  and see our prices and quality,  feel sure we can please you.  our window of Hats, all  new  the latest stvles.  Call  We  See  and  In our Grocery Department  Wc inf- doing -i lushing bii-ine���������.     Cull for  I'licc-.-.      We  know wc enn -.nil.  Always Fresh, Green Vegetables in Stock.  MACDONALD & MONTEITH  \'y%.;'.*,..  ^ *. -.'  ^ #    *���������  '! 1  ���������i I 't'.tfj  M c  ''t*A'  -a'ss rt-^r iv^e ".tf'2'.Sflir^^  Jl (.������*������������ w7v������l-{ b*&*il- dJZJQ-iZ&fCblliiX  ~~*i~ r^f^/t-u^^.fc-c^^^g'a: fp-ffT!-;  ��������������������� v=,^l ^.t,r7^i������^ffLll#i:  ��������� fW>S*f-������������ALJSSiPW.22^2 l  "- ' IT ~~"  V'  a  TJIE ;kootbatay mail.  GRAPHIC JALE  OF EXPLOSION  ..  i'      i  Eye'.Witness   Tells" What  He'  Saw When Petropavlovsk"  ' Ir , "r  '    ' Blew Up.    h        i  J,iao Viingi April 18���������The Associated   J'icsS..' coirespondent   believing  ''that <the' Japanese would .repent the  attempt t'o, blockade  the  en'tiniice to  -Port Arthiii with Jiic ships on "Easter  eve, 'went  fiom   Lino   Yung to  Port  ���������Arlhtir n week ago. ycsteiday. 'His  grniihic dc.-ciiption of, the light* in  which/the  J'ctiopavlovsk' wn*-   sunk  / follows: ' t -  ' J'or'four nights 1 watched with the  6Qii tries' on ' Golden'' Hill. "Three  nights- pureed quietly, ,0'n Tuesday,  night, "April 1*2, the Vice-Wdmiinl  jMaknrofi' took- tp sea." Onthe'night  of',Api-iL13th,  in i the teeth of n gale,  ��������� eight torpedo,boats, were wnt outfi-pmv  'Golden Hill) on which 1 was*standing.  Through thu darkness.thebenichliglits  of tlio fortification*- ,-Iltifc.hed 6vcr 'the  1 Valcis of tho  roadstead' nnd the ha/.y  ' < horizon!    About ' 1 yi'clock    I    honid  firing Ut sen <niid 'Counted sevqn���������sliot-  ' but could scur nothing., fu daybreak  ,     ' i      i \    i       *  .Hooked ou'l tluouglr the ha'/.o to tho  * ^ '...,-  fcoitthwiiid 'iind  iibout ,(ivc miles frpni-  sliou1 I poiccivetl six itOrpcdd" bout.-  btiung out, in full lino, one in ,thc  ���������lead, speeding directlyJfor the entrance,  to the harbor. The hist in, lino wns  'beclouded*- in   the  steam and lugging*  ,,-She hnd,evidently been hit.' ,    "  ~~~   It was dillictilt- to  distinguish   our  bo.il1>,,but  /iiiiilly 'tinough my glasses  J snw thiil'thu loader nnd the.laggard  weie litis&iah   nnd thai the four othci  weio'.liiii.-inese.    'J'bc flnsh'of gun sand  tho .splash of project rle.s as they struck  the w-iitei showed the, intensity of the  conlliqL   ,- ;,'',- * y  .' ;  ''  ricu'ri- w.v.s n'i;itcij.'  uii  squadron' was in the outer harbor. Besides the i'etiopavlov-sk I s.i\v tbe battleship Pcresvict, roltnv'.i, Pobctl.i and  Sebiistap'ol nnd' the ciuisers ^'ovik,  Diana and A.-kold and the torpedo  boats. Another signal from the llag-  ship and. the toi'p'edo boats,forged  ahead", nnd heavier, ships began-to  speed out.' Seeing the (light 'of/lhe  Japanese cruisei, the d'otropiivlovsk  (Opened file with her gie.it guny, but  the enemy, wns out. of "laiigo^iuid soon  disappeared. <,      . ' '   _   ,  Our .-(-nathon continued, the chase,  dually fncliug fiom view. In about  niyboui- it came lhyigbt. <,Ji"iii-beyond  it vviiu the enemy. TAt In'st I miido/jut  behind our sqliadtun ii-'lleeD of r'oui-tccii,  of which six, vvciu bat'tlc-hips* and the  remainder niniort'd and iiiiurniorcd  ciyuisors.    '' -    "   >,    i|     -  ' Unable to > get within .'ctVoctivc  range of! "Vice-Admiral MiiknrolV's  ships,-the 'enemy stopped eighteen  vcista fiom shoie., pOur sqiindroii,  with the I'etropnvlovsk leading,  arrived at"'the cntiance to the  harbor nnd _ chef ^ up ��������� in lino  of " battle. Another'; .-ignnl y.w.-is,  flouted- from the flagship and the  torpedo boat's ' .it Notice prncecdec  through lhe entianec into the innor,  harbor. Vice-Adniiral Makar6tV was  evidently unwilling to risk hisfulnqr-  iible cratt to heavy projectile^? . '  f  WIIlTlfCOLU-VINtsIIO-r^l+l'.'    '  r   .  ft (i /   V  I watched the"' , I'etiopaylovski  closely a- -he.-teamed tcSvuud.- Electric  Clifl'f All wasfpnet.-* I looked for the  .I.ip.irie-c ship-, but they woio without  the  iiv  -Thc torpedo-boat fiom  which <ste.i  . !*    '       i '  I        t .  was y escaping', wits, bring viciously  ' The louVi coiil.ic.'crall'.'diuw  togt'the'r,  concent.iatingthoh fiic-up&n her.-but  -the 6i lppled dustroyci   pouied Out hei  liie unci'was  successlullv  keeping otV  -*     a.      .   .' ..."  -     L    ������  her  ���������    i,  iii5.sail.intb -yThef sigiinl^ statinii  movement,  save   that 'caused  ������ '    '  heaving -e.i. '  ' < *(     .    ,.  ^, A'lyving'lyt'ieclu'ccdspcc'dj tlie I\-tui-  pavlovsk v enme   abio.ist  'of   Hlcctrio  ClifV.  Tlio" torpedo bouts weie entering'  liiuhor. ivvhen .-uddeiily fiomfhe stiti-i  board"side'eif ,1110. J'ctiopavlovskiVbow  a white column shot up. ( There was a  double   mulllcd   explosion,   and' the  whole,  flagship'became ebvcied with-  orangc'brovv n smoke. *' ���������'- '  ������������������ Thoy aie firing a bioadsidc." cried  n   gunnel   -ftiuionul ,i,beside' ine  throiurh.mv binociilais I ga/ed spct'ch-  lets*and   hornlt'-.-liioken.-yl cottld^eo  fragmeiits ' oi, vvieckage   I.iMing   Iroiu  above thg biobon   ijigging of the fore-  mast* iindMl.imcs otj'nc shooting out.  "rilie'.s sin king, she's sinking:'' win led  iv,,        ,it ** -   ������"4  sotiieOno beside inc.    ,      ,       -   a      ''  ' i .������ i, *'    . ' - 't i. '  The l'otrop:tvlovsk*2 bognn   to  settle  sUuvlv bv^tbe bend, heeling-far over to  Mnkniofl. , Jle Iny face clown waul. J  spuing to him and gin'sped hinyby the  shoulder nnd attempted to raise him.  '," The ship -eemed to (.he fallowing  .**omevvheie, from all -ides flew fing-  iiicnts. J he.ud the deafening scieCoh  nnd the lrightful din. 'lhe smoke lose  in denseicloudig, and the Haines .seemed  to0leap townids the biklgc wheie,! vvas  Standing be-idi/.tlteTadmiial.. J juniped  on the'i.iil and" was wn-hed roiV, but,  succeedccb,ingrnbbiiig'something.      'j  ''-.On our ship via? one old man with  a'beautiful white beaid, who had been  good-to' our men. He hnd u 'book in  Jiis'liand. nnd ^.seemed t'o' be vvritihg,  pe'ihnps  .ske'tcliing.   JIc wa-   Vorc^t-  chngin. the paiiiter.V '      '  , -   i fj   ii  PEACHLAND.  n r /1    ., r t-1 _     ,  , ( ,'-'-."  This settlement is a marvellous rn-  stancc of what can be done in British  Columbia.* Originally started 'as a  mining cahip by' J.' M. Itobinson,  wheii' the Ciimpyllewitt mines shut  down, that' gentleman', conceived the  idea ���������of* settling; it with '.v colony if  people who could appreciate .wh^it is-  rone of the finest, climates in the world,'  with -.magnificent view- of mountain  aiul lake. Oirthe west shore.the lake  foi m's a bay bucked   f>y  rockVj"motin  .. ,.t  i   . >-" . n ,,.,,     ,"    S"  tuiii-i receding m terraces.,<��������� J he  land  , ^      o j,* -      -  was then a   wnste-moore either knovv-  ing' or   caring*, whether-it   had any  *'A .prcttv gravel  ike  shore, and the  prospective value"  beach forms the  aspect'of:l,eachland is bticli that, k is  exposed to the direct rnys of^theysun  for the full length of'the day. ,'At the  Lamblov-ranch. fit the north end of  the buy, is an orch.ud whicirhasfbecn  a -maivellous auece'-s^-in the way of  raising apples and peaches.      f *  Without other evidence of its  fruit-  but j011 '*������������������.  ^'rowing qualities the genius of J. 31.  Kobinson lnt upon the idea of  having  ���������here   tlie* peach   groves'''of   western  Ciinndii.      Tbe   land   was u.ibsoluit-lv  J    " y. . -* '  uniinpiovul tiiid he put a   liigh   pi ico  He- soltLthe cliin.ueni.t! -iib-  shi'nu.isit were." ;ind thiewyin the  ibeky hillsides' "People from" .Manitoba, longing afje-ij yc.iie of li.ucl  wintoi-s'foi a moie geniaj^ shine, c.iino  to Pe.ichj.intlj'settled hcie, and despite^  ,,,���������,,���������, ,, - ,,������������������     ,,,   .. ,.    . oI.easu.,v���������.i-,o.���������^...,v���������,s.   ���������������������������     .repoits t.j.theconttai-y.  they - aic^vell  ilnshcd the news, to   the men   ot   the      <   ^  , ������ --       -   ������%        a    1)leiul.cK>u iu���������-Lhu   ,.,,.,,,. thcy ,MVe  biiUe.ics   tbiit^theryc^l.wns 'the S0   ^   ^T  l'1'     .   "          A,A nlik',e.   ^ Thev ^e Wlight^d with'tbe!  ':.Sti-.tbhiii.  "Lnio-unenuiiPcOmb.it   was The l'ou-opitvlovsk*2 bognn   to  settle ,      ' A-     '     i'*'.'!',-  ',           ."���������         ,">      .���������-<        --j"....i.   ������.������ i    i  *, i    -      ii     i        .-           ' climate. Which*-l-j   a.uch    that .snow  . observed vvith   bientlilcsS<1intciQst, but Awl>' l,> the bend, heeling-liir over to .,,-.,',.-    .    -,l      .       *~     r   .',���������>"*  ,,,-���������.,            . i-      '"i.<-'v-i, "oi I          ,       -������,,,,        .,       mv    Si se c om������ re-> ior anv length   ol'time on  -the lioi closed lountl the d6unied boat, star board   until   hei   mil   wns   under .         , ,              ;���������  ,.������       ;���������        .  .,,,,..;-    ...    ���������,.���������,                 *    ,        . .,���������,,"  ,���������,,���������   ,. s   ,   -i    ,i,.������������������-.,i..,,,i:<- the townsite bv the lakcsboie,'and the  The    oui   . aiiiLin'-e   ve���������ok n,n,w.,i  .. vvntor.  * Ilvr   now    had   alreadvclis- -         ���������'       ,         .  ' "-���������  A!--AAA} rAA'-'i^^ louneclji, ._.__   .^                  _ w ,   * -.  _   y-lowest-l.inee   ot-*the-thei-mometer  6,61111-cncle  and   pouied  im-n" deacllv appealed and hc-r siot-nvvu-^ Iiiterl out , .         <    *-                 ,       .  lho.    The steiim   from   the   Whni of  thu   ^'  lh"   1"^ P-polIor   .till' .���������S the past winter was two d.giecs,  <   ,      v             *   11      ,            n.v'o" ,                                             <��������� , above-/elo.                                  <            S  "���������row denser-coverino   lim   lil-r. .. .,..11 lcvoviug.      I eoulcl -ce riyiui1- ties pi 1- ,.,-,          ,     ,   .. ��������� .      ,           ,_ *          1  0it.\\ tit list l, cov ciing   noi   like a pall. .*-,          "���������=-                       ^   y              1 "The rockv lnlLiiles.( once Supposed  Still   sho   loii'-ht   like    1   dc-n.-t-iroK-  ntflv clutching .uthe sliiiiiciv  hull.   ,    ,    ,        * ,   - ��������� ,,1    ...  wiiu   nm.   iun0iiL   iiKt   a   en-peiateiv      f * *f *��������� *' I to be barren, are beinir converted   into  -wounded iiniiii.il biimirlii in I....    i},,���������    unci tongues 01  Ilnnie.      Her .UD timet     ' ,      , ,    . V ,,  n0111mt.11 .uuiii. 11 niougiu, to uav.  Kun- s- | oicli.ud*. and vinev.uds.    tJhe  nioun-  . niii" bti.ii"ht   roi   rbe .-kImm-mh-   1.11     with its   gun-*   pointing   huaveiiw.iids 1 ���������  .      ,' .   7       -.        -.     ���������   ., ���������  . jiiu0 ^.Li.iipiu   nu   um. .aiiveisai.i, 11,11 - a 1,0, I tnin slopes 11-t-in tennces   wheie  the  'linu bur vva'v to snfr-rv she   i<ws...l tin.   di-appe.trcd, unci, the sleln w.i- Inst to    , .,     .   .  " r"       ,       ..       *    ���������.    ���������  j.jiij, uwi .\.i.>  loy.ut-i.v, sjit   p.i-scti inc *���������l ; i sbii.   lnterspeisc-d    with   stones,   1-so  Japanese1 iibiern   nnd   Hied  at   them.  U> ongulh-d fertile that   when   water, is In id on.to  At (his .-tnge   Yiee-Admiinl .Mak.iiotL '    TbeJIOiiling wondwoik .itxd rhe men I u anvthiri" can be uiovvn.      Thecom-  who had been observing  the jnogiess  -ti uggling 111   the water  weie all' th..u j j,any\vho t'oo'k'm hand the settlement  of  tho  eonilicl   through  a  tele-cope. | vva.- It-it to it-c.ill the -plendid lighting ��������� 0f penclilaiiil h'.ive put 'in ,\n  excellent  signalled to  the cruiser  Pnynn, lying! machine which a fewfiouf- befoie had ! syStt.,.,   ot   irrigation   and   water    is  in the iniiei h.ubor,   to  vieiah anchor 1 siuled out of tin1 hnihor.' * ' ?supplied by pipe lines   to   the  houses  and   go fuit    to 'the     10*0110.      The!   'The same ;hi*ek evpeiieliectL hy the | ;n\j)c townsite.  Japanese   dcs'tioyor*   clung   to  their  observers on (Joideti  Llrll p.ir:tir/.ed i"r      The people bt Pe.ichi.ind have shown  c *- 1 < I ,  victim like hounds 111 si chase.   They!a riioiin-nt the  men imi   rue .-hip-, but   mclustiy vvhich is  most  creditable  to  tt  Maker's Responsibility0  1 (*'  1'  You pay for three  . \>,  .������������������ r;- AA * ,:  '��������� - ." ���������    ���������  things^ina shoe-  {      h    ' ' ' '     ' 11 ' f.     I'   '<������-  material> labprt profit.  the  , ll  .    (!'  ���������if  .1  v   "1    <.-      ���������  makers  The Slater is  shcifej whose  tr n������ y     11  re8u^e profits by:,stampingy.their  ; valuation on the/Goodyear Welted  shoe sole(    Their responsibilityVto:  '���������*' ,''''" *   </^ "' ��������� / ,        i^A*   <r'r.' ' '/ ' ������ ''  ;the wearer ceases only when he has  had ysatisf action*  fi  *5l  C: B. H"UME &rO0.; REVELSTOKE;  t    r   \        1 1 x i i! ���������.     4 -'      * ,   ' ' '   ' " "     '  ' * - l *    -������������������' ��������� ,' ' '-"v.      ,.-*  ,"  Agents' at Grand P'orks,^ Hunter!,  K end rick'' Co.  Camborne A"o'ents,vBf E.,Dre\yJ&yCp.'  mm.m^il^qj^MMH  ARTISTIC EFFECTS  AND HEALTH  ',<*-. " <r a,,* ^ ^ , J ' , ' ' *     . ,        " S' AA , '���������"-*' " ''T  areMandcomlnni-di-ithcn'oof A't-ABASTINE^oricoatmii your miiIIb    Carils bliovine thd tuciity tints ami wTiiloi-nn bn.li������iWrom your local dcotorl^  liaint������    lit.nu."i.Io7(:cli 1.111 li-olil. nol. and it la ready for iisb liymixliu 11III1 cold water.  apiihcd, asltiaaccmout.   Tlie ALABASTIWE COl, Limited, Paris, Ont.,<arinioliinunufaaiiiorsof  11 liiirdini ������llli ������L-o.' "ill not rub oil, uiul coal aflor coat on  CH U RCH'SycOLD 'WATER  Wnte us for raluabli  Bo not IichiI 110 nor ile!.ij  Sold btTill dcjlara ' * J^ ^  i_ . rsr-  jle information contained in our book of iinstructionB.    '* ������    , -  (������..-=>-   .  --. -,,-*.-.* . -,i.ug|%aBra01,iy>>������ir-������-. .-.      j   .*. ���������,.-*.. -   ...^  *J~ "    ^ _,.. i._  jlL>a.'.jiJl_,������-jjr.  -iiiirnf'iiHmriim,ii'i-g^'������������^.^'������������i������'���������i|'g'���������'^*w*iw  ,,'iJ,  hud become- separated, but again resumed clo-e fuiniiition. - Small jet- 01  llnme'.ind smoke were spouting for the  light r.ipid-lireis lolluwcd by den-er  clouds, as torpedoes weie discliaiged  iigiiinst the Str.islmi.  TOKI������i:i)OlllOAT' IVK.V1  DOWN*  The stricken boat - loosed .1 final  'round and. then disappeaicd beneath  the waters.only.i little' cloud'of .-team  marking the place wheie she went  down. The .Jnpano.*e torpedo bout-  turned and made oft* at full -peed, followed by the Mayan. To thcirf-iip-  port came six of the enemy'- cruiseis,  titill the Biijan wont on,-eemingly  inviting contain destruction. She,  soon turned and -out ,1 bion'dsidc into  the enemy's line. Projectiles- mined  around the -hip, but none -tiuck In r.  To the e.i-twnrd -uddenly appealed  five more of our toipedo bout-, r< -  turning  to   the   Imrboi   uiider foiexl  dlllught. Two of the .l.lpillH-i' ciiii-i I-  weie immediately di.taclinl io cut  them aft", but the Jinyan. noticing the-  iiiovemeitt, checkmated it I.y tin mug  a hot fin* upon them.  Tbe movement ������;i- ctlectivc, The  Jii]i.ine*'C ciuiser slowed down and tbe  torjic-elo boat- -lipped tlnougb into  the hiirhor.  i'i;tkoi-avi.ov.-.k' .vii.a.viui oij-i. .  iMciintime, in ace-oidance with Vice-  Admiral iMiikarolV's oielc-i, the bnttle-  bhijiti and crnisciv in the inner linibor  Hlijijicd anchor. The: I'etropnviov-k,  flying the iidmirnl.s ling, slcimcel  through the cnti-niice. On her appearance, the more foiinidnblc enemy  of .Inpanese cruisei-i tinned nnd (led.  The admiral signalled "liiavo I'.ayiin."  Uy this   time   the-   entire   Rimsinn  when itji.i-sed torptdolnnit; and .-mull  bout.-   h.isteiittl to   the re-tun-  of  the  them, j The  stones .have been picked  ^ or: the hind and used to  build .fences  urvivu'-    ' '        . Orchards have I ecn  planted  out "and  .1 k'lU'iviii'.'a T(i,r,7 '7ire doing splt)ndidly.     All   kinds   of  Kagei' to a-ccrt.iiii v,b,t: h,������>! i<curr- * fruit do well/particularly stone fruits.  Though   the   orchards are onlv three  t-d on the  -unken .-hjp.  I ha-teiiwl y  'Innding vvhere n -rinili n-imiaiu en" th-'yc-an-- old obey produced last season  gallant crew were twivj jirtt a-hcre, the tirst pe.ich crop. An enterprise  and cmreyed t<. a h'cpit.i], ,-jignal- lth.it most people have- regarded vvith  mini J'erchkot:. who was -lightly doubt i.s now .1 certain sticce.-.-. New  vvimii'led. w.i-nble  to giV- me  a   ic- - people are coming in, and seeing what  the;  ha-   been   clone   do   not  ht.--it.ite to  tiiiirkuble    cleai     jtateruenr  makf their -elections here  and follow  liniii'ir,; the  '*t.uiiplts of the j'ionefjrs of   Peach-  the land and   -jetting  ��������� 'll land in cic-.irin  t  di-a^rer.    lie -aid  '��������� W'e wen* rrrurriing   to th'  the   J'en'fipnvio'-k   leading,    ,-nin"  our erui.-er-. 1'.hich had V-manied in f jut orcintids. For,raising stone fruits  the harbor, came out iind -teamed I an expf'riencee! eastern [icachgiower  toward-the enemy, fiutig-ivteen-hot- dec/are- Jv.iebl.uid h.i-1 no -ujit-rior  at th"in with   then !������n\   gun-.    Tiies   nnd bn*- hacked  this  eippiion   by bnyJ  then   tetlieil  le-  mv  nnii.b'.|.'d ! ing 11 ,ir:rce. winch h' is clearing  and  A HAPPY   V  ,,*      HOOLIGAN.  Tramp Runs Off With An, Auto-  jnobile andPlays  Millionaire.  Philadelphia, IV April IS.���������John  Doecher, a wealthy young citi/.cn .of  Barren frill, .Montgomery County, loft  his,automobile in front ol" 'his house  .it Barren t Hill l.i-t Thuisdny A  tramp climbed into it and ran ofV with  it.    - " y-     (      --  In the' auto was a -uit case filled  with tine raiment., .Tin's tho tramp  donned.    - ���������- -   -  .-*oon Merino. Overbiook and Armor, and the towns along thejinc  were amazed at' the apparition of a  dirtyf.iccd'hobo, with a week's growth  of heard, but in stylish clothing, clashing about in a fine auto.  The tramp went into stores, ordered  articles, Intel thorn put in bis vvhi/./.-  car and then dashed away, heedless of  the,shouts of the storekeepers. ' He  had ii revolver and sometimes iimuseel  hirii'self b> shooting nt his pur-ucrs.  .Saturday     he    entcied    a  Merino  i5'  '       .     11  ---,-       r,    1       ,|  - ,'f  -a      rj - r     -     -  t  ������������������..1      .   I    __   *!S>  ,A     "'".  Patients will- hear of something  to' their advantage, by writing  to the Diabetic Institute, .St.  "Dunstan's Hill, London, B.C. ���������  NOTHINCl  tO PAY.  '.SMOKE .   /'  KURTZ & CO'S CIGARS  '    , Ah& Best on tha Market.   . ' -  KURTZ'S OWN  KURTZ'S PIONISER     '      ,f    '  KURTZ'S SPANISH BLOSSOM  are Bianils that, can't be bcnlen.  MADE BY UNION LABOR. ���������  i  InrgMy   with  poacbe-i, j butcher shop tenori/ed the,* proprietor, j Wood  llllie.  nl. while iiiu - were  tlu-ir .union 'I t'liu-e.n we Iind oiily tin-  P.iijaii. F st'."d in the win (-Miou-i on  the bndire of the I'd iop.iv lov -k lookijig  up 'the -ignn! book. Tiie .uliiiu.il -  hi-t signnl had been foi tb" !..i'p'(l>.  boat- to i-nlt-i the hni Un  ���������   The     Peliopav lllV-k    ���������'lowed    -peid  and nlmost -t'jnd -"till.     .-siidele n'y the  -hip -"hook violently. I   bi-nid n fcu-u!  evplo-don,    imiiK di.itely    toll-iwd    Iv  .inotlier.    They -. 1 tried to  ine  to  hi-  diicctly under the -hip       I in-bid to  till- door  of   the   whcelboii-e   vvlit-ie    I  met an otlicer,  pioh,ihly ,1   hel'iii-'man  I   could not  pajs him  iinel -"prang   to  the   window   and   jumped   out.    The  ship   w.i1-   listing  and   I   feared   th.it  every moment she would turn ovei.  .ui.vtiK.w. wi-r/i i.iirin iv iiroon.  "On the blidge f -inw nn ollie-ei- weltering in blood.    He wns our Admiral  .\g.iiu-t .ehf'i'ric* and /r.ip"vreie-'  A tine church h.i- hvu i.'*iti o������  Pre-'byternuy   \retbodi*.t  .ne!  Con  gic^.ttiori.i!    -ecti..n-       A  He  '     "   I'll  miiiiity,   wiio   h.-v-i   .1 <���������  . i'd.  Ml I'll  and the 1 'rati_'"():< n hiv-  t.H'l-  (    line  h-lll          !-"V*.-er,l!    1,1   V   f( -1 !  . r,el ������  will hi  hoi!' ': i* -p'n.ir  I and '.tole a h.imnsome breiiil  iind   twei.  t|���������. ' call-of p'-a-       W'hii.   li" va-pnr-iied .  I by a ci-ii'vd he-.tupped    the   iiuto  and,  1 l-iliptiell 111-- leiolwi'   il   tliein j  \ reward h.i- been oiVeu'il   by   li.ie-1  1 e-l.cr .uid   th<-   police   otlici.tls fur hi-  , captuie  It i- not   mi);.     ������������������   ,1    froit-gro vuig ���������  centre thnr pe.e-hland pro nije-   to in,  .1 'eg .niece*-, but ,i������ a   watering place j  ' it !������������������ bound to rjoine to the front,     ft'-i'  lie.tutiftil beach, superb climate, gr.ucl  ycenery of niount.fTn and   lake, pr<-tty  drive, /acilitie.fr.r ''ailing  and  iio.it-  ; ing combine to rnake it ,wi   attractive  j spot, of which more will   be   heard   in  the future  The Mauler Mechanic J I'ui'c Tiir rfonp liduls  nnd wftfin^ tlie skin, while promptly ol'(insln������  II of Kr.'Kse, oil, riiHt, cte;. Inviilimhl'- for inc.  ohnnlcH, fiinnor.*, sportnmcri. Kn-ti ^iitii|tlc of  receipt of 2c. for po-tji(-e. Albert Tollrt .Souii  (*o, iiiiiinifnctiiTOi-s, Montreal.  NEWSPAPER ANNIVERSARY.  1 Boston, Mn--., Apij| |K,���������The  pre-"'iit in "k nun k- the two hiliillredth  .liiniWi-aiy of the Aiiieiicnn piess,  and the biceiifeiiiiiy is coiniiieiited  upon geueinlly in todny's papeis. The  fii-'t Ainericnii iiiwNjijiper wiih publish-  (e| in this city in the week of April  17-24, 1701, when the Boston New-  letter, a sheet seven by (en and 11 half  inchC'S iinel printed ou both sides,  came out.  ,  WOOD.  , i  Hnviny- taken over the wood  business of \V. Fleming I am  prepared to fill orders for Mill  nt $2.50 per load.  Order-; left at \V. M. Lawrence,  Hardware Store, will receive  prompt .-mention.  Terms strictly C. O. D.  SWAN CARLSON.  Halcyon Hot Springs  ^fa n it a riu m.  THECITY EXPRESS  E."W. B. Paget, Prop^.  Promptflelivory of parcels, baggage,  etc., to any .part of the City. ���������  '   A.ny Kind of - Transferring  All orders left fit R. 'RI. Smythe's  Tobacco Store, or by Telephone. No. 7  will receive prompt nt.tr 111 ion. '  ri  till-; MEDICAL, WATERS of Hnl-  .. e-yem me llie niosL cui'nlive in the  wen Id. A-perl'eci, nntiiial remedy fur  nil Ncivoiis nnd Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney mid Sloiinich ailments  nnd Metallic Poisoning. A sun-cure  for "That Tired Feeling." Special  nites on nil boats nnd triiiim. Two  mails 111 live nnd elepiut every day.  Telegraph eoiiimuniciilioii with all  parts of lhe world, An experienced  mnssnnger.  Ha ley o n Ho t Sp rings  Arrotu Lake, B, C.  P AT E N TS     nndr"c..Mvrlelits  - ohliilni'd In nil 1 (i'iiiiLmis.  ��������� ROWLAND BRIT-TAIN,  Registered Patent   Attorney  Muuliiinleitl Alloi-huy nnd ICiiKini'or.  Iloiini :i, Kidillclil.Illofk, (Iriinvllluhi.i nenr I'.O '  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A   iinnlt'inil  will houiiiv an cwnli >/ iijipolnL  iiiunt for thosii who uiiimnl en 11 init'lim lho day  H.  W.   EDWARDS,,  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, ANIMALS  MOUNTED.  Revelstoke,    -    -    B. 0.  NOTICE.  -yrOTJCK is horohy tfivon that thirty dnys after  XS    date 1 intoiid to apply tn tho Uhief Commissioner of  Lunds  and   Works for a spoclal  licuiiso lo cut mid carry away timber from tho -  follow'iiiKduscriliod hinds, viz:  ('oimnoiicIiiK nt ii post marked (). C. liillinKs'  North Wostcorner post about "iOchiiiiiS from tlio -  onHtbankof thoCofumbiii Rivor, about six milos  north of Burton City runiiiiiir tlionco south 160 '  chains, thouco oast 40 chiiius, tlionco north 10O-"  chains, thence west 40 chains to point of com--  inoncomoiit.  C. O. HILLINGS.  <rf  J "T" ft 1
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clasp and the ki--^ at times, and 't i-1 ihv-r.
that husband and wife mvav be ati-ceu'.ibl-","
to^othet magnetic persouahue- '    The reason for tins "condition of alTiir- i- often the
fault of the husband, but ho,v  ofttu ib it
not'due to tbe wife'- nervou-nt-��� .md'irri-i
tabihty due to sonie,,trouble v\ilhHhe organs'peculiarly feminine���th'- wife unde-*���
such circumstances feels languid aud spir  *
itless���she suffers perhaps from headarjie.
and ���5lee-)le-.!iiBS=.l       '"       -'   ' "��� i i
-Backed up bv-'ov.-r a tin d of'a centtirv
of reuiaik<iule*audriii,if.>i i* *cir.'i��,,n iecord|i
such asiiio othei lein^dv.tti- llie a-sqg. ���
and vv(eaknesse- p?ci-.l-'r.r lo^w. ..-���''iy\, ��� '
attained, tne jpiopn f.'or- of D ?i..e '-*
Favonte-f Prescription iiovvf-el fuih vi .r-p
ranted   in   offermsr Jto  mv   S?oomii   1 'jr.' r
i��money.of the Uni-eil Sl.ite-'^fo'- anv e.t-e .
* of LeTucorrhea, Female V.XaMie-- l'tdlap
sus, or FallniE; of Womb, -v-iucli they can-*
2not cure.    AH'tliev  ask i-',rfair and re'a-~
"sonabU.tiial of 'ihe'ir.uu-au- of curer 'J 'v c-
A"greardeal of sickiie'==^:iiav be*-aved by
, -Iceepinsr 'on  hand a  copv of Dr  -Pierce's
i^tliousand-paire lllustiated book, "The Coni-��
mon-Sense Xledicai   -id\iser.*'. Sent fiee.
- paper-bound, for thnty-one one cent-timp-,
to pav coit of cu-toms and mailmn only, or
cloth'-bound .for fifl; -tauips - ^Aeldiesi,
Woi Id's Di-peusarv, Medical As-oeiation,
66.3 Main Street, Buffalo, N Y.
, Constipation and a bilious attack sro hand-
in-hand. Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are
a sure and speedy cure foi-both Tiny,
sugar-coated granules. One little'"Pellet *"
is a gentle laxative and two a mild cathar-
Hic Thfcy never gripe. Nothing else is
"just as good." *
I have -tin teil <i permanent Wood
-Yaid on Thiid-tiet-t'. With niv past
experience 1 hope to be in a position
to snli-fv nil i-.-lpiii eiin-nl- "L custom,
er-. Mill iinel cm cl wood supplied in
any length* at reduced pi ice- for t-.tsb-
" -     - R. SAMSON.
Coal.���Coal lauds ni-��y be purchased at
,110 per acie for soft coal, and $20 for anthracite, Not more than 320 acres' can
be acquired by one' Individual or company. Royni*-- aj tj5e iate of ten cents
per ton of" 2,000 pounds shall be collected
'on the gioss output. c
Quai tz ���Persons, of eighteen years and
over and joint stock companies holding
' free miner's certificates may obtain entry
tor a mining- location.      < ,
��� r A fiee miner's ceitlficate Is granted "for
one or moie years, not exceeding live, up-'
on payment in advance of $7 50 per annum for an Individual, .and from $50 to
$100 per annum foi' a company, according
to capitals   <" . '
, iA fiee miner having- discovered mineral
In place, may locate'a claim 1300x1300 feet
bv marking- out the same with two legal
p,.sts. beai Ing,i location notices.'i one ntr
each end on'the line of the lode or vein.
The claim shall be,recorded wjtliln flf-
tf*-*n days If located within ten miles of a
mining recoi-der's^ofllce, one additional
day allowed foivevery additional.* ten
miles or fraction. ^Tlie fee for recoidlng"
a claim is $5. _ i,     ,      j '
'"   At loast $luo must be expended on the
claimreach year^oi-paid to the mining le-
"corder In lieu theieof. When S500 has been
expended or paid, the locator may, upon
'havlng-'a suivey made, and upon comply-
finefwlth   other   lequirements,   puiehase
the land'at ?1.00 an acre ,        H  f  f *\ i
' Pei mission may be gi anted by the Minister of  the  Intel ior    to    locate 'claim0
containing: Iron and,mica, also copper, in
the Yukon Terntoiy, of an area not ex^
ceeding 1C0 acres,    l $ h  f ^    '*
The patent tor a mining'' locationtshall
.piovide foi ihe piijnient or a io\!iliy,of Ji pw
ttni or I lie -,,le- orllikitaqducl- ul tin- Iol.hk.ii
- .Placer/Miningy Manitoba* and the N.\Y.
T, excepting 'the Yukon Teriitor>.���
Placer mining claims geneially aie 100'
-feet ^sciuaie; entry fee, i���i5.��lenevvable,,
yearly. On the North Saskatcliewan
River clain* for either bai; or bench, the
former being 100 feet.long and extending
(between high and low watei-mark' *Tlie'
latter includes bar diggings, .butjextends
back to the base of the hill or'bank, but
notyexceedingr 1,000"feeC"VWheie steam"
power is.,used. claims 200"feet wide may
be obtained.-    * &r    _, ������
,    Diedglng"in .the ,riveis(lof  Manitoba
andi the N.  AY   T.,'excepting,itlie Yukon
Territoi y ���A fl ee miner maj obtain only
two leases 'of five'miles each for a term
of twenty jeais. lenewablp In the discretion of-the Ministei   of the 'Intenor.
��� The lessee's light is confined to the sub-^
merged beds or bars* of the river below*
low water mark, and subject to the lights
' of all persons who have, or ,who may, re-"
'ceive entnes for bar diggings  oi   bench
claims,   except   on    the    Saskatcliewan
River,   wheie  the lessee  may" diedge ,to,
'high water mark on each alternate leasehold '
The lessee shall have a diedge in oper-
���ation within one season from the date of
the lease foi each flv<* miles, .but wheie
a pei son oi company has obtained moie
5 than one', lease one diedge, for ^eaeh fit-:
"teen    miles,  or    fraction  'is ' sufficient
Rental, t$10 per annum foi ,each mile of
river leased.. Royalty at the late of two
and a halt per cenUcolIected on,the out-
"-put .tttui  it exceeds S10.000 *.        ,
(Dieddii'S in ihet^ukvii Teiritoi> ���Six
leases of^nv,'e miles each'nLiy be gi anted
tot-a /nee mine; toi ,a teim of, twent*.
yeais,'also lenewable <" v     * >' *   >',
The   lessee^   nghi-Is  confined   to   the
.submeiged  bed "bi  bais in the Invei ,bellow, lov^   water, maik   thacboundatj ,tb
be fixed b.vaits position,on the lst-da.viot.
-August .in, the  yeai ,01 rJ.he_d.ite jit  the.
lease, ii",,   ,t- �� ' f>   <
The lessee shall .have one diedge in op-
eiatien within two -ears tiom tbe date
of the, lease and one diedge toi each
, fnc miles within six ye.uo tiOm such
date. Rental HuO per mile for the fiist
.vear. and yin ,pei mile toi each subse-
qttpnt vear. Ro>alt>. same as placer min-
��� ., ���:, a - ���
�� '',     ���'���      ���     ''   i , ��� ���"
Crow's Nest Coal Miners Work
I   ,on Eastern Lines.'     '-
Feinie, Apiil IS.���An nyreeinen't
has been f rcacjhed by the "miners iind
Ciow's Xest J'.iss Coal Company on
the contract rates for digging''coa
ing something over a week in town
have invested, in real estate here and
purpose starting',,m up-to-date drug
store,    f ,   n    ��A
��� Erik Erikson,   of i^Mahikavv-.i,  c.inie '
in on Mondays'!* tram and "left' again*
on,Tuesday.    ' Mr. ' Krikson nw>.i*5   in
ciuest of horses nnd   ive' <tre > informed
that he muitle a, puiehase  from  Jas.
c -   i       -.' i     -
I3ell of this place,     i-       ,,    J
, |     * -    rl      r      ,
MrJand Mrs. il. ^Vorthington c.ime
on   in from Bois*,ev-iiinyM.in..-"Ifjijt  week >
in j bringing   'wiD],   't]),,,,, - .{   carloaii     of
Now, 4 and 5 i'i)in��s,.Co.i] Creek.     J-|,ef ietc]0|.8 eifeoch,  - It  Is their intention
Cifvplnujnent wcirk in these inin"(*s  ))Z k? ],iv,e On  the "propc-rly   in   Eiideri>y
reached a'stagefvlrerc it h sa'id  to  he   which 'Mr. JwWtlllngtoii   purchased-"
desirable to cliange to ,tlie* contract
syatem. The rates hiive,,been nuclei-
discussion for ,sonio time, and the
nc-ep ncnt ni lived j at is thc're-ull of
'mutual concession-.   r "t -
st The Con 1   (.uinpuiiv  willJ imv liftv-
( ',   < ��� ' ,j ���       A
live eeut-per ton u, .\o,'-I   mine,   ibis
being the ntie   paid   in   Ny. ,1';,\nd in
Xo.rO the- rale is fixed ^rtr sixty  cents'"
the *,aine as'is naid in' \o,'2.
force r
iinlilr the
ex pii sit
genei i
Kigi cement
ii '
year  :
,'l .
lore a few 'months *'
Fioiii.Oiir'Ovvn C'oiie-ixiudont.f   i6'
���U >'J ,     ' k ���       ' r.     ,    .     .
A. ' L.' Matthews . is1 buildinu; 'an
addition'to'Miis house on ClirT Street.*^
,, Tlie* friiitV ticcs \\\ "this -acction
prorniican abundant yield a.t-.iin this
' ia      V -*     r     1    tl,ii      * <   7    ~, *     /-
yA: i a ~'\a*ja: , ,-' '.-f. 7
Mis, \lbeit ,Iohn=on. and :,family,
came iu_ frojiyMabel lake ^"l.Tuesdav,
���to spend,.i'oh'*rt tim'e in town/   --J11'
"J. C. Judge', lecently fiom. South
Africa, ,lefi for 'JC.'i in loop* on.NVediiee-
d.iy in tend ingfo'return'-h'ortly.
1 Seudinsj'hiu* been st.utcd m eainest,
thci6 beni"' n lurucr-ucrcaire than
usual biuunht nuclei cultivation, u ,   ,,
-' *-(        If ..     ** -
-   \\"  T.'PI itten.'i-ecentlv  'from   Eng-
i   i - -        - i *   *-
label,  came   in, on   Thmselay/s    ti'ain
anclMo-iiisticating  for rit "tinie" in our
midst .L-,'     L-      , _   '      , f '. _
*lcu�� erb cinci   i.
ne No. 13
P. 0. Box No. 70 l
"" Wei! Again.
Tile liiiTny flieliils of Jollll Jjlotlilt.
wiIIIih ple.i-ed to leal n that he b.ic
enttiflv ic-i-ovei^d fiiun bis attack of
rheum.iti.-in. ' Ub.imbeiliiiuV Pain
Balm cmed hiui after the In-st doctors
in the-town (.Mo'rion. Incl.) had failed
to t;ive lelief. The prompt leliet fiom
pain vvbith this liniment iilfeiitl�� is
alone worth many time- its cost. Sold
by all di ugci-i-.
3010 We-tiiiiti-tei    Road.
Thousands of Fruit and
.   Ornamental Trees!
Rhododendrons, Roses,
Gieonhou-e nnd I Finely I'lnnt-.
Home-Grow ii and Imported
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds
Km .Spring Planting.
Ka-tein prices or lc-.-.       White labor.
Bee Hives and Supplies.
Cut Flower- unci Design-.
Caliilogut- fiee.
Vancouvku, 13. O.
Placer Milling in the 1'ukon Temtoiv>
���Cieekf nvei .gulch and,hill claims shall^
not exceed -'JO teel In length, 'measuied"
on the base line oi general dnectlon of
the eieek or gulch* the width being'tiom
1,000 to 2 000 teet. All. other placei claim=
-hull h,1 2.AI n it -i|iiiiie
ClaSiis aie maiked bv two legal posts,
one at each end. beai ing notices Entry
mu^t be obtained within ten davs. if the
claim is within ten miles of mining le-
cbidei s otlice. , One extia d.t} allowed
foi  each additional ten miles or traction
The person or companv staking a claim
must hold a fiee liiinei-'s-ceitlflcate J
The discoveiei of a new mine is entitled .
to a claim of l.nOO feet m length, and it i | ,,(��� wec*k 'with
the pait.v  consists ot two  1.500 feet alto- "L,-K        ���-
gether. on the output ot which no royaltv i
shall be'eha-.ged the lest nt the paro ,
oidlraiv claims only ' '
Entiv- fee. S10    Rovaltv  at the late, of l
two and one-half pel  cent on the value
otj-the gold shipped fiom the Yukon Ter-
iitor>   to be paid  io .th,- C'omptiollei
No fiee miner shall ieceive a grant of
moie than one minlnir claim on--each sep-
_eiate ilvei, cieek oi gulch, but the same
mlnei may hold anv inimbei of claim-
by puiehase. and fiee mineis may'woik
their claims in paitm-iship by tiling
tnotice and paving fee of 52. A claim iruj
be abandoned.''and another obtained nn
the -ame cieek. gulch oi liver, by giving
notice and  paying a fee.
Wuik must be done on a claim each
vem\lo the value of at least S200.
A ceitificate that woik has been done
niust be obtained each vest, It' not, the
claim shall,be deemed to be abandoned
and ..open  to occupation and entiy by a
liee miner. i *       .     ,
The boundaiies oi a claim may be defined absolutely by having . a suivey
made and publishing notices in the Yukon
Official Gazette
, Petroleum���All unappiopilated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, tlie'Noi tb-w-ost
Teiiitoiles and within the Yukon Teni-
tory .tie open to prospecting for petroleum, ���and the minister ma- icserve for
an individual , i compnn-. having machinery on the land to be prospected,
an niea of 010 acres Should tho prospector discover oil In paying quantities,
nnd '���atlsfactoiily establish such discovery, an area not exceeding CIO acies; Including the oil well and such other land
ns mav be determined, will bo sold to
the discoverer at the rate of $1.00 an
acre, subject to loyalty al such rnto hh
may bo opacified by order-In-councll.
Department of the Intel lor, Ottnwa,
IVbriinry. I'M.
Deputy of the Mlnlsb-r of the Interior.
y MiSo Garnet is'.having- a - building
erected*oii Clirt' Street,- which she
puiposes'utili/.ing a& a'bakery as soon
as completed. ,~\f -J      ' i".A -'-,'1
Mi. Woocl-ayand 'fniiiilyjf" for many,
vc.u- l-Qoidonts ofr Grand Piairie, have
inovcJ into EiHleii-hy",wheie they pur-
po-e ic'idini- in tutuie. 4        ']     '. ,
* Ml'-.?L)urivvudclio ancl Uimilv ai lived
i.     u .       *   <    .,       - -i        [
oh'Monday to make this0 iheiijJhonie,
M r i 0'ifhwrucldie ' lfaving t cb'nre^some
inouihs previcusly'to take a situation
uiih ohe'Okanag.in Lumb'ei Co., ,
j> I   P.'Bnrnvent..JT. G iBiunveat* and
, ��� i , - i
Che.-ter Bowlsly^Veinon; J. A. 4Gray.
lF-lii'ax,  J.    D.   Sinclair,    Iveloivna:
and  0., C    Slither,   3Iilwaukee weie
among the visitors to toivn this  week.
I!,A".  Thomas   Crosby,   the, pioneer
missionary of B  C, tulived  on   Wed-
nesday niorning   to  assist' Kev. A. E.
Koberts   in   conducting   a    week "of
services   in  > the    Methodist
whiles on
'a*?��*    ''' -
,   Thp cnmiiiJ-   -jeil'Oiy ha*-   every  in- i~i
dicntion'hrii"iiij-1a piosperoui  o-ic'for .;
Kndprby mid,vicinity i.' Nearly every   ''"
trabi'brings itrnew  arrival,' who fire      ,
V'ttling^in , the   icilvii. cr   in   tbe siir-'    "
loundiiig countiy, ,niur the   business  ' ,'
men   of   Our   burg   ieport, 'that' the
vol-i'mc of biisincsS exceeds by Yar that,
clone in f(i'he_ corresponding soirson" of'
last yenj.      It* is .only, within ^hq last     ���>
vear that lb"-re-ouices and L favorable   ,
climate   of   Hu4 ^section liave'become-'
known'   on    the   outside, .but fn life
pielent season there   will   be a Marge f-
influx J of , homeseeleeis \ ,'rom    every    i
quaiter to obtain a'bit of^l.uiil, "in"the '
beU'fiuit growing sections ofahevvdstf *'
It might also'be"said tliat oui-j cliin.itef-'r
is a^l that can be dcsiied,   the^wo.ither
IoiAtliey,pa.st  two"-w*eeks   beinu briubt'1
' ~    . - V   J       t i     *
fiiicl,-sunny, y-with ythe - theniioni'bter   '
gauging,' betiyeeiij GO .uiel,-SO degrees   ,H
Faieiibeit.     The s u 11 o u 11 ci i fiV' cb n ii try -"""'f ��* f"1'- '" >l*V,
ia auicablf1 for the development of  the " ' ~
v.U'ious   bnmchcb ,of st\g iculturu  bufr*-
Dhe trreat possibiliries "of  tljis-^eetion :
lie  dn-*rthc   cultivation jjl "f/uit^rbr
which it ia so adrniia:'lvLjid}ipted/H)ii)d  '
for iv\diichJ it al ready <��� hits  ivn   enviable,'
lvpiitatioiii of, pioelurihg   a1 fruit ol'
excellent ciuality and flavor.   "So withriT
ttlie'rtdvent of   new-v settlers  the large
hoJdinirs   m\\   be  dixideclJn'p  and in
couise.of   due   time'v there  will-be1,''
fi j- '-.
shipped^ from   this1'? point c,u loads of
fniit of "the, "choicest", quality   instead''
of tons as in the past.' '*"",   '   y .,"    '* .
' April!14th.   '. -      '     ,      '"->     "   -
The Kootenay Mail hit*- been
appointed agent for one of
tho laigt"-t C-itiiictiii.il Paper
Mills. *
Wrapping impel'* in rolls or
lint, and pnpei bin.'1- of all
weight- and ms-i'i supplied to
oidcr printed rn unpi inteel.
Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.
chuich. ( '    J
, "f Kendall leturnecl fiom Vancouvci
hi- bride. Jt is the
intention of Mi. ancl, Mis. Kendall lo
take up their abode in Enduiby, wheie
Mi Kendall will le-iiime hi- ptcviouy
duties with the Ok.iniman Luinbei Co
of tbi- place      .        ' '    i
.\"e.ulytevery lancher ha- placed
oidei_- with vtbe vaiiiiu- miseries
doing liusine-- m ihi- vicinity, having
wlsclj decided to add to thou oi chart!-
in which they Iind they have piolil-
ablc investment imii) 'which they got
quick icturns.
The^-pMiiu at hi-t -oemed i.ither
backwiiid, but tlie winm wcatlici of
the past lew wtek- ha- advancccl the
glow lb to il- n-u.il -tilge foi thi-
scn-on of lhe year. The tiec- ttri'iil-
lc.uly coining "Ut iu leal, while the
meadows and lield- of fall wheat tne
well emcH'il.
Apiil lll-it.
tl-'liiin ln-t Wool.    IJelnvcil III lilllll-.l
W. A. \\'eb,tor, of At-rcw-'head, is in
town, hiiving-sCeiired a position with
elie Okiiiiiigiiu latmbcr Co.
Alex. Shield-, and O. C. Iluitoii, of
Kamloops, came in on Tucsduy'- trniii
niid left the next day for a nip up tlie
Spalluiiicheen river.
F. V. Mofl'ot, of the Columbia
Flouring Mill-, returned on Tuesday
from a bii��>ine--s trip to Vancouver
and other const citio-.
C7F. Costerton, of Vernon, \V. .1.
Ainistrong, .Io-. MclJoiiald ancl Osborne Md'hornon, of Aim-trung, were
ainong lhe visituis to town this  week.
Mrs. Simpson left foi Salmon Arm
on,Saturday hist. Mi. Simpson left a
few days previously, he having bought
out the geneial fatoit: of Samuel Mc-
Giiire of that town.
Messrs. W. T. and A. M. Ihoderick,
of Vancouver,  who have   been  spend-
i Jo'Khock Out; Colds. ^ ,
And cine their, .ini.iii hour, without '>��
lesoiting to nauseous' drugs  ju.-t ^!t��o
-fragrant jhealuig  CittiiiVii'ozonc -r- ihy'1
must "ple.is.inF,j_p7o'm'p'tf anel^f 'eitfu i_l.^
cure,for' colds'ev-er discovered    > fNo
medicine to take, you simply, breathe 7
the balsamic  vapor _of Catarrho/.one.-
ft never fails  to  root out  the  worst'
colds ancl is so simple and  convenient
to use that no one  can   afford *��� 'to   be
without it.    Carry,a C.itnrrhozone""in-
haler in your pocket, use it occasionally
and you won't have colds.     Complete
outfit rjil.OO; trial size 25c.
i v
Employment of Electricity Will
Effect an Immense Saving."*
Ottawa, One. Apiil IS���The practicability (jf smelting oie by an
cle tiic.il piocest, which, whenc.uried
into effect, will mean gieat thing*, for
Canada, has been established to the.
����� nisfnction of jthe government com1
mi-siou which recently iv,i- sent to
Cm ope ta nia'ife an investigation and
enquiry. The members of the com-
mis-ion 'returned' to Ottawa on Saturday.
The commi-sion was 'composed of
Dr. Ifaanel, chairman; I'rof. F. \V.
II irboid, of Compel Hill, .--urrey, Kng-
| hind. met,illurgi-t to thc',' Inilian
j Ri vi i iiinent ; C. K. lirown. of the
General Klectriea! Co., 1'eterhoio;
Fiedc-rick Ny-tron, mining engineer;
mid Thomas Cote, --ecretary.
The incn.bei's left a couple of months
airo unci the eonimission wa-> appointed
I'm the purpo-u of ascertaining whether
cues can be directly smelted e.conoini-
cnlly by electricity and whether by
electiic.il piocts-5 steel can be produced
fieri pie iion nnd scrap.
J-'\-tensive investigiitioi- along these
line- wns made, and at I.i vet, in -south
c.t-tern France, the coiiimi-sion saw
what they weie looking for.
Ic is understood tliat the cost of
piodiiction fiom the ore by utili/.ing
electricity is in the vicinity of $8 per
ton, and the government bonus of
practically -1*li now paid for each ton
of iron would leave the net cost at but
*f2. The piesent smelting in furnaces
opeinted by coal is much more expensive, running from thirteen to fourteen
dollars per ton. Lai*  w.*^.*     ^-ax~u fe*,vWiu... Eitta J.������ ^~to^7^n^rf$r?^Wz,jJt.&',l  S '��������� ,  THE KOOTENAY, MAIL.  , ^belkootena^Tlbail  I'UIilASHKlJ  SATURDAY.  u-o  I ���������AT��������� , I  ', REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  Subscription. Price,   S2.00   Per    Annum  'ADVKItTISIXG j ltATKS    on  i applic.ition  Changes in standing advci tiseinentn inu-t  ��������� _ be in by !l a. in. Thursday of elit-h week to  seCiue good di-play. ��������� Standing advertising  mutter will be changed twice a month without   extra   chaige     'for  more  frequent  ,      alterations the. nine occupied  m making  same will be charged at usual rates. Casual  advertising will bo icceived up to 10 a.m.  1 "   on Satiiidiijs. J y p  JOB PRINTING proiniitlj executedntieason-  ubler.it es. r ' ' '  TERMS���������Cash.   Siibsciiptioiis payable in 'advance,   j , , _ ,    ,  COKItlCSHONDlllNCJi; invited Ton matters of  ,     publie inteiest., Coiiirniiiiic'aijoiis to Editor   must   be  accompanied   by   name  of  wrltci, not necessarily for'pubhcation, but  " '"as evidence of good lailh.   Coiiu-pondence  '    should be brief and must tench the oilice  by, Wednesday evening.     f i.  Address    ���������    i- <v ,,       ',  ,~    " '    This JCootisnwy Mail, '  Phone. No. IX.J        Kevelst6ke,'B.C.  We request oup numerous readers to  ''.    favor  us with their assistance in  7 making- the KOOTENAY MAIL the  most valuable  advertising- medl-'  1 , iim   In   the  Kootenays by giving-  '/ the preference, when making- pup-  !'.* chases   to   those firms .who   are  American' grower is practically  bonusetl to the extent 'of the duty  by the railway and express com-'  panies. That is to Fay these companies carry American products  into Canada at rates .which make  freight ancl customs charges' to-  gether rthe   =ame   a-   charged   to  r I "    r  Canadian    producers    as    freight  alone.     This   is grossly'unjust to  the local grower  ancl, is  an abuse  of the advantages given   the   railways' bv  the 'governments ,of  the  dominion and the   province.    .The  railvvavs. u=e 'tlie  public   bonuses  given them us a'means oi castigating the very people who gave such  aid, ancl  who expected  to  receive  some benefits  from   the  assistance  so.given.,  .These   are matters that  the railway, commissioners', should  investigate ..and   handle    without  gloves   where ^uch  discrimination  against "the   people 'of  Canada is  found to exist.     The powers given  commissioners  in, re-  ���������t  regular advertisers In the KOOT-   j-i,e  i-tiliviv  ENAY MAIL.      V "*        .  f    "I '  gard * to freight tariffs should be  ���������extended to the expie.-s companies*  vvho'are citiite as much in fieeduof  checking up' as, are, 'the railway-  companies. ' If the railway comJ  missioners, vvill handle ".these mat-,  ters ay they should thev vvill render-  grand service to the people', of  Canada, and rectify abuses' vvhich  can be trenched in no other way.r  weie gutted.    ,    ' rf,      -      ���������'���������'''  , Wellington, stieet, both sides,'from  half   way   between   Yonge   iind' Bay  stieets west  to half-way between  J3av  and York stieets, is a mass of tangled,  twisted luinsof steel buildings.    The*  stieet itself is piled 20 .feet high( with  blackened debris.    '- ,      . .  '  Both   sides ' of   Fiont  stieet-from  Yonge  -treet,t6   the, Queen's Hotel-  "it -        i ,  weie cleaned  one by the  lire.; ,To the  we-t of Yonge stieet the only buildings  saved .weie the CustonVhou.-e , aiid the  " i  'Bank,'of   Moutienl.    JDn/eiis   of ,thc  largest .wholc-nle establishments in  Toronto lined Front street west to'  'York street., f  v ,' "     r ,     '      '  Along the Esplanade theie is a long  line'of vviccked factories which extends  from the Custom house to Lori'ie .-treet.  '' i:ie.HT Pii!i;.\ii;.s- i.wiuki'd. f"  ' Ititii niiiacle that there was no  loss oi life. Eight .firemen . were  seriou-ly injured, tluee of them having been struck'chivvn ,by a falling wall  Synopsis of RegulationsJ for Disposal of  Minerals on Dominion Lands in Manl-  ' toba. tho 'Northwest Territories and  the YukomTerritory.     '    '  at noon tod  ������������������>'. 't,  111  CITY AGENTS.' y    ,  {��������� Copies^of Tin: JUaii.'lnnv be obtniiiod'frdm  '...       the following city agents:  '     i  ,,     Rr.v i.i.sioki Ca.v.uu Ilut-t, ic Hook Cr..  ' i,      J1. VV. linssivn.',  '    ."    v1    '    '^'-' l^uw-s7       ',i, ,v    ,      1  '     -y N.victfse���������J. S. Jloitiso.v. ,       * A \   '  "  KAMi.eioi-s���������Svin n JSuos.' s _" j  AltvisiKO.V(.'--l''.   VVjOI.Mi.VDlJN.. 'y - ''  r i  'Vamouv'i.u-Galloway & Comi-anv.     .'   '  r-        '  I i ���������<������ ' < l_li>  Tv       'LONDON (ENGLAND* AGENCY.  c Our Knglish oHieesaioatllU Fleet slieet, Lon-  -don, K. lj., vvlioio Alusar-. Ji. ic .). Haidj & Co.  % will leceive for us Lngli-h news, -ub-criptioiis  ' and adveiliscmenls and wheie.a rile l-kept ol  this paper for tbe usc.ttiee oi chaige) of any of  our readers visiting London and de-nou- dt.  'seeing the Jul est issue po-sib!o of Im or hei;  ,local! paper. ��������� -,-*       '        it,  Chief Thompson of the'lire brigade  In-t riighrjumped three "-tories from ie  bin ning ^ building in, 'vvhich ^hc was  caught. ' lletescaped. 'with a broken"  ankle. The 'othei ir lire-men badly injured   wore   Thomas   S'penco, , Lock  li'rowirand Moses Thompson.    ', ~"     *  i j    -1- ' L .       ^ i  ' A hundied and louribuildings weie  o������ru'l,-4l"j!,1 thiity f.-ictoi-r'Q,s either were  entirely eje-t roved oi- .-o badly j burned  that they will have to.be lebuilt.   ,,fi  ''   , ti:i.i:oi;a.m iiui:.vi:ilout. ',   -  i0 11    -i      i , .y -  ,,   The building of, the ��������� Evening   Tele-  ii_ Co*al>-Coal lands may.be-purchased at  (10 per acre ,for soft coal and'?20 for anthracite. Not more than 320 acres 'can  be acquired by one individual or company. , Royalty at the rate of ten cents  per ton of 2,000 pounds shall sbe .collected  on the gross output. ,,    ,    ',     i v       *  Quartz.���������Persons of eighteen years and  over and joint stock companies holding  free miner's certificates may obtain entry  for a mining location. '       '   .   i  j  A" free miner's certificate Is granted for  one or,more yeais,, not (exceeding five, upon payment in advance of $7,50 per annum for an individual, and from J50 to  $100 per annum for a company, according^  to capital.      j .,'-..  A free miner haying discovered mlnereil  In place, may locate a claim 1500x1500 feet  by marking out the same with two .legal  posts, bearing location notices, one at  each end on the line of the lode or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within Ilf-  teen days If located witiiin ten miles of a  mining recorder's oilice, one additional  day allowed'for every additional "ten  miles or fiactlon. The fee for recording  a claim ,is $5.' . ,  1 At least $100 must be expended on the'  claim each'year or paid to the mining re-f  corder in" lieu thereof. "\Vben'$500,lias been  expended or paid, tho'locator may, upon'  having a survejv made, and upon complying with- other requiiements, f purchase  the Iand,at $l.'00������an acre.        .,,''     , ,  Permission may be granted by the Minister of the'Interior , to -'locate claims  containing lion and mica,1 also'copper, in  the Yukon'.Territory, of an area not exceeding 100 acres. ' , " , *> "  'The patent for a' mining location shall  piovidc for the payment of'it ioynIly'of.2i per  cent of I he sales ol I he -.rod nets of the local ion  Placer Mining, Manitoba,and the N.W.,  T., excepting ��������� the','Yukon Territory.���������  Placer mining .claims generally" are 100  feet' square; entiy fee, ($5,- tenewable  yearly. On the'Worth Saskatchewan  River claimfei for either bar'or bench; the  A. Meed/ "\,f\,   '"'',  in a Moment;  ,.- Is sometimes a necessity and in an emer-  fgency ' of this, kind,". The  Busy ,-House-  "    wife finds   "BOVRILV-t6.be  truly a  . ' '.       .      ' "   "  '        <        '  . i   friend in need.   'A little   '  *,    -  j.tOh,  I'i,- -l ^ - r- ,,l , ,  added to, even the most taste-" '-  less dish, gives the appetizing- ' ���������  flavor' of fresh lean beef, anei  , by   its v aid    rich ' nourishing-,"  1        '   > ",  '      '*',������"-���������     -'  soups  and  tasty  gravies  aro,,J-  ..  ~      , >       -   a i <>,     '���������      i   >'  Tf T ���������rf'tbat BoVPlfir'   ^'as!-Iy' PreWred'>att  ^ort  no-  ,'a       ' ' A      / ,.'       ,r.lce-     , r        '' t . a , ,'" ,  1 *������-���������  it .L HARD Y it CO. -    J<-' a  r       JIOME'AND COLON'r.VL l      .  ,ADVKItTI������lNG, PRESb AND'  ,>    AUTHOR'S AGJCNTS AXD       m  X1-JVI'SI'AIj1';k COURKal'ONIIL.VTS, .  ,30 J'*Iect Slicct,   ,      -      " Lo.vdon-, Exgi.axd.  CAX.VOIAN  ISU&INESS 'A'SPECIALTY.  *?%-  H  ARVEY, AlcOAKTER '  TORONTO FIRE:  ',.--v '.il      f  ��������� ^  Loss Estimated at $8:000.000���������  ['A'   Will be Rebuilt.     "'  Tororrto, April, 20.���������The greatest  andjuiosr co-tly liie that evcreoccuiied  here, iiuD-ev en excepting the coiiHagr.i-  i im u.is lii'nnofl   .,���������iliU     vi������,,.���������:,- -    I former'being 100,feet long and extending  3i.ini wa- Dinned, and its ^destruction    between high and low water mark.--, The  u-ing-.to mind the yicfc'that for  years   !att.el'.in9.Iud?s bar diggings, b.ut extends  ,w  f     l<-  ' .BARRISTERS,'SOI.1CITOKS, ETC.   '  OFFICKS 1     MOLSO.VS    J3AXIC    BLOCK,    RBVUL  ,   I     * *       STOKE, li. G. *-      . .1  Money lo loan. < '    *" , -  OlHces: Kevul-loke, ll! (J.. Koil Steele, H. C.  Geo. S. AIcUakiuk. "1 -   '       '  ' A: M.r PlMvllAM,'    , "J. A. H IEVEI-.  .     ,  Itev olstoke, li. C.    ,       Kort Steele H. C.  AND.PINKIIAJM,. -tion which de^tr'oved the entire  J  OIIN  MANNING  .B.    ",  r  SC'dTT ,  B.  A.-.  !���������'-  , Di1  It 1ST Ell,  SOLICIL-OR,   E  rc.  j  First Sti  eel. - y  rl *  'tti'VtiUi-uk  n.ij.  I���������-}  ,''    TmDWARD A.  HAG GEN. .        ���������  - '- r, ��������� - "   Mining Engineer,  "^(Mem.'Ame'uc.tu'-Institute "Mining ICuguiL-e'i-j  . '. jjJMem. Cinadian iVliniiiKln-titute.) t _  ,   '        ,-   'Revelstoke, B. (J.*  Kxamiiiation of and (iepoits on Jlineial I'io-  ', , (Perlies it Specialty. '  -  ^belkootena^YlDail  vv ater  sliont cweiUy yens ago. nor.th.it which  de-troved tho wholesale disttict'ten  ye.iie ago. broke ouhla-t iiiirht ih the  he.ut of rhe whole-ale distiict., 'Tin1  loss'is es'tinfated iio iiiiiii"--fiS.ODO.OOO to  ���������i'.I.OOO.OOtl.' and ',-the^instii.ince  coni-  -. .i,,^     i '  panic-vvill be'heavy lo.-er-.v"  \  ij>' Secies,of tall, steel  sto^ncftiid   biick  bu-iness    blciqk-'^iTie,   tu,iw ^lying^yn  -mouldering ' .riun-.y' Tlui,. vvliolesaje  tiac'Io of  the City   h.isibeeii'''p.ti.ily/ed.  and   tbe atV.iii'-f if 'hundred- of   fiim^;  aie  in a -chaotic atati*  from which  it  vvill take vv'cek-Vo lift tliQni.'^ "i.     ��������� "l  jlTIil jgLc.it *l.uitoj-y   centre-on   the  water flout  Jnu-bec-n   ccuisitriicchioi   a  (li-t.iiice ,,i'tbitt* block- wa-r ol Yeniue  **  -treet along the E-plan.tde TheHi-.uid-  of i.tctoi.v- and  w.tivliou-e employees  have been "thiown  nut oi einplnynitnt.'  Ata con-oi v.itivee-tim.ite the uumbei I  "f jiei-oris who   have bqon   depnved ol'  theii',-otnee  of  income  i-   placed   at'  jo.Otm.  ' ,  j * OKK.I.V ol-  HKi: ;  .Mr. .lolin Ko-s jTobcitson, the piopiie.  tor of the paper Jk'ept :l duplicatepliinl  .which would enable him, in 'the event)  of-u life, to get ou'c-ii p"aper,without'tire  delay.oi nioiti th.nr.i fewrhours. / J)ur-  ingthe thiity years iji^whiclyhe occupied Uio.welj known ,b,iiikiing "on the  comer   of'' king -*and ���������13ny streets' he  maintained this precaution aneb'itnvas  only after moving "into,, his  new  anVl  beautii'uliy arrangeel fiiepiom' pien'ii-es  on rho_i'oriivr<'oi,'Malinda'-sheet, iibout  'jiv-e yc.ii*- iigo, that he discontinued it'.  Tire,, lhe   of today,hy laying  hiviiew'  buildifig in ruin",; h "-, wiped  out  h'i-  lil.int.i   ��������� i - ,  Practically, all thef burned distnc,t  will'be lebuilt.' 'Pending the election  of '".building- many 'of the biisine-,-  house-.burned put'will reopen in'tcni-  wor.u-y (jn.ntcis seemed in variou**,  parts*0s the city, ar"* , ~ y t-.'-;.  .iN-sUiiANci; C'dyie.vxii..'. i.o-iS-i;,-v'  As -tateel. hie_total lo-s vullj-irnbably  a-eacJi48 UaUO,tliii). iinel oc-rhat amount,  Jfo.oOO000 i-covered bv iiifirance7v.  SATURDAY,  APRIL i������3.  11(01.  ' f     It i- now generally belli vod that the  The'fucl that a resolution bhould j "'<-'  lnul "= ,aiA>  i" the*neckwear  have pab&ed the  British' JJou.=e  of I '*������'>ll ;* F~ dl,d "' Cuuk' lu,lth ~'ld������  ,-, , , 7   '    ' ,'oi W tllirititt.n -iu-, t w,-=t >,r IS.u stieet.  Commons by   a   large   majority in , , _ .,    ..*"    .,    ., ,,'"...  favor of the   fianchise for  wonieii  marks a'distinct otep in advance- of ^,u.a(1   -���������   <lH  (li,/cti,.n  liberal ( thought.      Woman's iran-, ,nt(:, 1 ,���������'-���������,--���������.-.���������,_- o.u-.������hr fin .  ! .  I.irie-  \r the tin:'* therl.-mes bruke out thue  vva- .i high wind blowing, mil  the file  Rinktmg  The* fl.irne-  chise has, been successfully adopted ;jumi,iiiv -tn-et .u-d ' i.ir.e- with  in Australia ancl Saw Zealand, ami' lapulav that wj- -taiJejin  the results have justified the ex-f e.n),...V, r-. TL������ in. bri-ja-I  perimeut, for the effect has been to \ icund to A t< o -nu!! v, t-r,y wirh the  clean up political, ancrpublic life,|,,1)r������*lf5,-t' tl.im.-. ..nel Maj-.r I npi-  and to hasten the march of pro'i*-i hait td(gi..pt.Wi r-J.M:i.,I.,. Il.d.o.r  gressive and libcnal legi-lation.  thi.'  TR A Ny POKTATIO-\.  iliini, -. .ind  !Ma.  ij.  Pefii-  lo.   ."iD'.l vtln-l i.e.trl-v   ClUe- ;',,t-  I hei],.   Keh''-r  birg.ieh - v.- r'   ],i.,'i,j.t!y  i-t-Ut   to   tie.   aid',,! rJoi>.!iro    ,i.������i'l   i.y  r-ide   f riir.uli - h.n!  ' iindiiighi -���������,'-.tial  s   ,  *���������' , .ilriuil   1,\  -p, e-i.il   r-.-u,-     '1 iii-'- io-t  The tiiiestion of most interest to- ������������������ tlll)( M Al uu- tb- H,.nw- ���������. th-  ihe people of Jjrititli C'olumbi.-. 1-',-,;,tu. JrJ t\u bu.iuiisdi-nlet  jirohably that' nf transportation.1 Th������ ii.-c had ii--i.ruid-uih iiiuii.-n-.1  'J'he Revelstoke Hoard or" Trade pi,.p,-ition* bymiuiii'.'lit that the v\,,ik  recently urged tthat the railway j -u tin tiieiiu-n w.i- -.'i< irlv i.ii-iliiatnl  commission should look into  con-  ''.* cl' ''"'���������''  ''-ht  ���������dittoii** iu- thi\v   exi-t   here   with   a ' l'1;'1'"1' bi.udui"-  Vic-w     to     having    -oim-    of   fhe      ''!"    I" !il''  'k' I r  .ii.nciiiiidjes-.rc-niiji.lii->.!.   . lint howevei fn" f"  '" ' " 1U  s'  y'Strong the cause:-;: of  .complaint"'in  ; this seetioii of   the 'province. ..they  are not in it,vvith; the 'disaffection  : that '���������' exists.   uiiKJiig   .the    farming  '���������eoini.nittieS.- - It. has liitherto ejost !',,.,| f|(,;'l,iy,|ie-t, miinl-ntif l'fh.m - -t'l I .v. r  tvvice fts.rnticli lor'in.-tapeu to ;s'en'd ;':wt-i,'- '. in'".-ii', position -{., "rhni-(,>:fb  1 rn it from Qkn tin nan y points toi iimb-i'-tntid r.he'..'-tii|i>--ii(.lii!i--'.-im('.iiin -.  A'ancouver as*.from, the samtj points.; work w-hieh confronted ri,- lin-jni-ii i  'to    'Westminster.       Thin ' rel.-Uee.  !i  ���������rn 11-   .,,l| < > ur  jin'ov- yw>-y-'tliiek',ys.r.  ; that fii-  rii-lii'-i).   Vvt  ir, r h'.-it. wi.n-k.    Tilth- "e<i!ill,-n*;i-!iri<;.i'i'. s  i,,.,,,'  the.-.  *k\ u ud by  l'li Ul.    llio  l' lit 11     lb,  y,yH)<7'r..'~nbyvrn-y  !>���������'' iy,t   hiiiii|i-F-:,f  iiiiiuiier'in ���������'���������W;hi61i j  :>.-'    f'MI-ilt     to '���������   it*  ALL GOOD THINGS  must win upon their  merits. The International  Dictionary has won-a  greater - distinction upon  its merits and is in more  1 t ,  general use than any other  work of-its kind in" the  English (language. *  ,. A. H. Sayce, U.D., D.D., of O-cford  L"ni\er-itr, Xngland, has recently said of  it: It isJndeed a marvelous work; it is  difficult to conceit e of a dictionary moie  e\hau������;ive and complete. Everything is  m it���������not only what we might expect to  find in such a work, but also what few ol  ui-would ever have thoughtyf looking for.  A -npplftnent to the new edition has  1-iiGUirfii- ,t fully up to dale. I have been  IwAinir tbn.iifrh tlie hitter inth a feeling  o( a������rr,.nchrn-nf, at ir=-completeness, and  the amount of ]aW that has been put  im<-> it. , 1  LET US SEND YOUFREE  "A Test In Pronunciation " uhleli alford^a  pl'a-nnt and lil-trjietlve eve'nini-'s enter-  tninraent.  IIliKTonc'.i.nrnphtct al*,-, free>  C. O C. MEKRIAM CO.. Pub*.  5pr!ni!fl������*ld, .Maa<>.  ��������� efa   Aj*-p,  n-r-i^z: C '-.l������  mAA^AMJ''  fiiii.-!i..it;Ti.-(iV:i,,e*k this: morning ,^,yir-y  Tenders for a Ucensc to Cuit'-Timbop'  on  Dominion Lands In.'tlio Pro-  vfnee of Bpltlsiii Columbia  back to the base of the hill-or'bank,'but  not exceeding: 1,000 feet. Where-,steam  power is-used, claims 200 feet wide maybe^ obtained.\     ���������' r *   -       <        r" - f..   -  4| Dredging in the rivers (Of Manitoba  and the N. W.,T.; excepting the, Yukon  Territory.���������A free miner may obtain only-  two leases of live miles-each.for a term  of. twenty years, renewable in the discretion of,"the Minister of the Interior     '  The'lessee's,right Is confined to the submerged beds or bars of the-river below  low water mark, and subiect to the rights  of all,persons who have, or who may receive entries,for, bar dicgings-or bench  claims, except ',ony the , Saskatchewan  Hiver, where the lessee mav -dredge to  ,high watenmaik on each alternate leasehold. ,-    - ' J- ,-r-    ' I  The lessee'shall have a dredge in oper-'  ation within one season from the date of  the lease for each' five miles,  but where  a pei son-oi  company has obtained more  than  one (lease one dredge  foi   each  fifteen    miles    or    fraction    Is    sufficient.'  Rental,  $10 "per annum  for each  mile of  river leased.   Royalty' at the rate of two  and a half per cent collected on'the output  after it exceeds, $10,000 ' ,  'Diedging in������the  Yukon  Territory.���������Six  leases "of five miles each may be granted  to  a-fiee   miner, for a  term  of'twenty-  years, also renewable               "   * l  /iThe  lessee's   right  is' confined   to^tlie  "submerged 'bed ot   bais  in   the river rbe-  ,low alow ,water  mark,  that'boundary, to  be flxed'by its positioiifOn  the 1st1 day'or  August  in  the  year  of' the'date  of  the  lease.    ���������   >,    ,  ,i '     .    ----- ^  y       ,   *  ^ The lessee shall have one dredge in op-L  eration "within, two  yeais  from  the, date^  of cthe  lease,  and, one  diedge tor each  five   mile's "'within   six' years   fiom "such1  -date. -Rental. $100 per mlle^for.-.tlie .first  year. _and  $10  per, mile   for  each   subse--  citient year. Royalty, same as placer mining.             ������                               d        ' ���������         v  Placet- Mining in the   Vukon Territory.  ���������Creek, liver ,gulch and hill claims shall  not exceed 250 teet in length,    measuied  on  the base  line or general  dnection of  the cieek or gulch, the width being fiom  1,000 to 2,000 feet. All other placer claims  shall be 230 leet -quiuc.               '  Claftns are marked by two legal posts,  one at each end, beai ing notices. Entry  must be obtained /within len.days, .if'the  claim-is wi thin v ten miles of mining le-  corder's office. One extra day allowed  for each additional iton miles or���������fraction.  The person or company staking a claim  must hold'a free miner's certificate.    '  The discoveier of a new mine is entitled  to a claim of 1,000 feet in length, and if  the party consists of two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the output of which no royalty  shall be charged,-the rest of the party  ordinary claims only.    " "*  ,. Entry fee. $10. Royalty at the rate of  two and one-half per cent on the value  of the gold shipped from the Yukon Territory to be paid to the Compti oiler. ''  No fiee miner shall receive a giant of  more than one mining claim on each sep-  erate river, creek or gulch, but tlie same  miner may hold any number ot claims  -by purchase, and free miners may work  their ("claims in partneislnp bv" filing  notice and paying lee of $2 A claim.maybe abandoned, and another obtained on  the same creek, gulch or nver, by giving  notice and paj ing a feo.   ' * -    -  Work must be done on a claim each  year to the value of at least $200.  A certificate that work has been done  must be obtained each year; if not, the  'claim s-hall be deemed to be abandoned,  and open to occupation and entiy by a  fiee miner. " -  The boundaries of a claim may be defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices in the Yukon  Olficial Gazette.  -. Petroleum.���������All  unappioprlated  Dominion  Lands  in  Manitoba,  the  Not Ill-west  Territoiles and within   tho Yukon Terii-  ! tory aie open to prospecting for petiol-  i cum,  and  the minister may reserve  for  an  individual  or  company , having    ma-  I chinery   on   the   Iarn^   to   bo   prospected,  j an  area of CiO acies.    Should   the  prospector discover oil  in  paying quantities,  | and satisfactorily establish such dlscov-  'iCi-y, an aroa-not exceeding C10 acres, In-  , eluding the rill  well nnd such other land '  I as   may   be   detei mined,   will   be   -old   to ,  the   discoverer  at   the   iatc   ol   $1 nf)   nn  | acre, subject  l������ ioj.iIij -nt ������mi< h rite as I  : may  hf  qpc-IHed  by onld-in-ruuucll  Deparl men t   of   i he y. I ri I'.tIoi-. V Oltn wa;  ':-'���������';I.'.ii-ii-ii.ri'j'.iMidl;-' "7"  " -~S ���������' ". 7 "���������."  ������������������;''.".������������������ JAMKS A. SMART     {.;���������  y|>.'r,ut.y of the Minister.of tlio, Interior.  ���������.������������������mPBBUL;.'*BA^.-0it;j)4iDA.:t:-  ....''���������'intnl^'itliori^id, jJ,C(I0,(;(10.;" Capital Paid Up, ?.i(Vo,[CO.'   Iu4i^2,(.-O,0c6. '  sjj',, ' ' 'Jleiieli Office,' Tortox-ib.'Oxta'kio:   , <*' "'   ������  ������S "     '.BiiiiicIios in the. Northwe>.t-Toiri(ories, llnniloba, Oiilnrin a'nd Quchoc. . ">  ������   , And ,llio following points Jn  Hriti������h  C'oliuiiliiiii.   Ciiinlnool,-.' Gnltioii,  '    l, *     '  ^nol'ion, ltovol=tiil,o, Troiil Lnl.o. Vniiciiiivor and Victoria. >  , j t    , q   ty      i '      '   , i - j.  . .- -r I -, r i ���������, , l~ v    . ������  lT.T* ";��������� >I,:K'������ r,T- I'o-sideiit."       D.'lt. Wu-hir, Vico-fro-iidont nnd Gonei.il Manager.'  3* ,-n   -    ���������- ������'��������� H A>, As-istant Ocnornl Manngor. i, W. Jloi i-,vr, C;iuol Jin>|iuclur.   ,'"  ff, Revelstoke ?Brancli, B. C���������AGeneral Banking BiislnesVTransfHcted  0 "        ,        Savings .Department���������DeipositislBocoived and interest Allowed.  ,,  "f  '   A  ji i- -'^Drafts sold u va ilnblo "in all' parts of Canada, L'nited'stalo'mid IZuiope."    '   "  fSlocial^attontion uhonta colloclionsr        J-      ���������-"      t .������. A. E. Puii-i-h. Jlanager.'  ' I, SELKIR K ItrGr.'KO.   )'f. i'        ,'  '     .        ',, A'   *-.'   *���������  -'-      ������������������]"  <    i^^iS^^^.J Moots oveiy Tuehd  iichday  Selkirk  .i'.'K ADAIK, N'.fl.  eiy  evening ' m  Hair   at    S    o'clock.  Visiting brotlu en cordially^ invited   to at-  4 tOIltf.w    - "    .,"  i      1 "    I *  -      J. MA'llllK. Sl.el  Kooten������5'  Lodge  No. 15 a!f. & A.M.  t-1 lj-\- s A MfS q Nj f':}.. y  Painter, Papephanger; Signwpiter,';w,  t- KALSOJM'ININ(-l    DONE.  . (Jrcleis rec-ive pi-ompt ni tention.,',  Si-wind street, "y*^:-- ^ljliVBLSTOKJC  ' il  ���������*^7  The regular meetings  are held in the (JMas-  'oino' Temple,'iOdd-  1,'cllow- Hull, on the  tliuil Monday m  each month att.p.in:  Visiling bretluen  coidnilly welcomed.  ������������������' C'A. PR60UN1KR,-Sk6ri-.tahy.^  To' Trappers  '-*{ v~r , l- y   ��������� h '   i t- .,       , .   *��������� ii  . ,,; a- A U, A.,';,   ./',  ", -  .  Raw Purs Bough u  -   ;������������������  -   y*   Gash ^Prices Paia  f.  b. Dwells,'  ,   Exporter of Fifrs., d  ,Por ��������� Sale ��������� or' Rent. -   .  -  IJIIHST OLkSS HO'JrKI.*iii Ciiin'boMler ' "'  JD ', J3.;C.lTIi- l.n'gesi ,iid only 111.-t-L���������  tins'* boii-e in lovvn. -Foi piiijiciiliirs- * ,  ���������i|.ply   to   llolel v('iilei;ion",   C'nnihoi-ne.    -'  ii u.       ' -,    -' "A *-  -/, fi  J. Guy" Barber:  "���������      '*-1-^    ~ AAA"     "'  v, i  A  JEWELRY: -���������'  .-.  s,\  mmmmm  Standard remedy for Gleet,  Gonorrheea 2nd Runnings1 ruiriv 1  IN 48 HOURS.    Cures Kid-Vff'1U,J  ney and Bladder Troubles.  The Prince  Mining   and  Development Co.; Limited Liability.  AT GTiaTislil-RKIiy GJVJ;N llml tliciiiinu.il'  X>    mcetuiK'    ol'tho   sliurolioldois   of   Tut:  I'lirNCI. JIlMMl  AM) IJi:vi:i.Ol'MI,NI- I'OMI'AMi  Jjivini.o LiAiin.in, ������MI l>u held ut the Coin-  ���������MiivV-olliccx, li*iiststiuot, liovels.Iol,c.H C.,on  VVeduosd.i-, tlioinnlh d.ij ol M.och, A D.IUUI,  at (he houi of two o'clock in lho ufluiuooii, lot  Llio purpoiunl electing olllcci- for tho em-iung  soar and loi all olhoi pulpites icl.iluig to lho  iiiaiiaguniciit nl llio company. '  It  i-   piopusud  lo niiiciid  lho by-laws by in--  ciciising the iiiiuilioi of diioctors to seven  Tho ti.insloi book- of tho company will Im  closed timing the lomluuii da-a iniiiicdiatoh  piocudingsucli nieoling. . *,  Bated ut UiwuUtoKe, 13. C, this 17th day of  Fobru.irj, A. U., 1001.  J. Si! SCO'IT,  Secietaiy.  \l x:s fr"  W,'"I847  R Rogers Sros.'"  Knives, Forks,  Spoons, etc.  15}cs carefully e\iimiiifd aud  hnoperly fitted to the best^^rade  ul ljlusses.        f���������**.  ' Kupuirlne. A~^ V J  ���������<vl  *    <l  tl  l\  if  . ii  BLANK FORMS   1 OK . .  ^     o       * t    N  Mining & Legal Purposes  Transfers, Options, Poucis  of Attorney. Statutory Declarations, Pioxics, etc., can  bo obtained at tlie* ,  '      NOW IN ITS 39lli YEAR  The leailim- luuilug perioilicil of the  woi Id, with dm stiunKest oihtori.il^bi.ilT of  nny lecliiiical pubhc.itiuti.  Subscript ion   S5.00   a   5 ear '(including  XI. S , C.ili.uli.tn, Mexican postage.)  Sample copy frae. Send for Hook Catalogue.  The Enoinecrinq and Mining Journal'  261 Broadway, New York'  --T-1  Chamberlain's  !ie.������  >8o  .-)���������  . jiarliculfirly.ito 'o.x\)rcA cliiirgos. fn  regard-to' fruityshipments from the  State.*- both -railway and e.\'i>re.s.-  corri|ianieH have rates .eliscririiiii.-i.t-  ingagainst Canaclinii prociucers in  favor of Americiin growers. To  such nn extentisf his curried, that  in the- case of fruit |������articiilarly.-t.liej  y.v.y.h Ti-M.KKs ass,; t��������� -hAiwhut-  -.I...I  iii|.tic<..If.-a|.<-h..-'i,i.;1..,i-loi',,:jsy.tf  ,11,,:  ���������Iii:.'-r>.- .,;,,: r,.-...-;��������� t:.;.,v ,,��������� v>,,- ,..���������i,.|;,.."Ti'wl������  !-<r T.;,.,..-. i'.;r!liyN,.. ;.M. y v.-ill im r<T(;e>iv'f:'l.aE  !i.i- I.>.-,',,..-,���������,..,,t 1iiiiC!('i;.i.',n ,���������. W./iIii'-day. t/i',  l*lli day ,if M.,.y,','.',(, f,',r ,:< IiwuW; ;e ���������';r tmib���������r-  ...-I II.;.-:,.; N.,, ;;-.I. vitij.flA'rjr >h<; .S'lUtl,-Ivi-1  ��������� ll'.'in.f ,..', .S.,,;tir���������-,  p.  T.,v.-,|-I,ip   I'.',   H:,uun   if.  VV....I .,f un- ''(teM.-TKil.-in'. '^'.nr.iiiiiuvari .-.r>-������ ul  I'JIitcr,,-' ir.r.r.', i,r :.,-... !'.      ���������  '  . Tl..- r.-unl,,,!..;;, ririrfj-r,-���������-ir'i^-h .-rli'r,-r, .,-wiil I..,-  i--ii'.-d. iil*o (.rirlrcl ft.rrn .if n-jirl.-r ami ���������iiv,.|,i,,<;  may hyibtuiiicd .-itjlii-rvipartm'-nt ernt tie:  h*:r Aiei.'it at N"���������'.v VV'..^|.  ruins,   iiiid'piirt .01   ������   *:ixth  vva.- con- |    Bach  trailer   it'imt ���������!>.���������  ���������CTW.M���������ic;i  i,y '������������������  .       -       ... ���������   ;       i acccptwl (.-Ii'!'ii'i':<.ii a Rliitrt':rr:.l lunik ill fav.111  -    '  ��������� '���������'.���������'    1'" "t" b'.-puty of llie Mini-tar of tlio lrit<:ri'ir,  i'������- tho uiii'.uiir of the bonus which tie: np-,li.  cant, is pr������pared, u, pay rV.r a���������llae.nzo. ..  N��������� tender hy telegraph.will bo ontnrrnliiwl.  ���������7  "���������" PKKf.KV O. KKVK.S,  1,        .        .    1.   , A       . -Sw.-oitary.  I),)partiiu!iit of tho fnturier,  Ottuwii,'April rtth, Hull.  !'��������� o'eI,,e:k lil-: niirlif  Till:   li'KVA.-'l".ATI':ii   l>I.sTi;p:T.        '  '   I-'iV'-'s,|l!:ii(-   hl'.ek- nl'   (lie w,li,,i,'-.'ii,  .... ,     . . ,   , . ',..,j   ",.   ,..,.,ii,,���������.,  ;ii.   11  'list net ii re-.-now: .iyi ii;;'in   smoiilderiiiu' 1 .,iiic<: ,,f tho.C'rown Ti:  siimeil..- y   , ,  ��������� liot.li side.-, ,if liny,-street from .Melindii  .street .south , to . tbe Inkel'ront vvei-e)  sw;ejit, (ileaii, iiihI nil the magnificent  biiilding^ fiiciiim' on   that thoi-oi'ighfiii-'i1  WRAPPING: PAPER   AND  A PAPER BAGS.   7  Tin; Kooteiiiiy 'Alnil/ilins been  it|;>Iioinu:d.ii(-ei'it for oncfyof  the lar^e.st   (,'iiiiiidiiin .'J'uper  .^Mil'Ii-.    , ...''".���������"'' ,   ."."''  ��������� VVVapping |i'tpc-rn' in rolls or  (bit,   and   paper ��������� bug������'   of nil  weights a nil H//,e.s .supplied te>  order printed or .imprinted.-.  Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.  USE ^<*Mm%^>   ',:'������������������'���������"���������. .  ROYAL GROIN SOAP  The Best in the World  Mail usal.-i Hoynl Grcnvii Soap :  Wrappers, nnd in return we ���������-',..  , vviUninil 11 ibeiiiitifiil I'ictiire Ai  '   "size 1 'fix20 ; oi- for 25 Wrappers ���������f  ; ,,.... your choice of over 100 books. ;',.:  ���������Drop  ns ,11   post card asking  ������������������   for 11 catalogiie of'premiums  to  be hnd   K'KKK   for Eoynl  Crown Sfiap Wrnp-iers. f  Address     , .: ','���������'.  The Royal Soap Co.,  Chamberlain's Coughy Reniedjv  y For Coughs, Colds, Croiipain!  wiioop--"  ing Cough.   I'rice 25 cents; large size 50c.  Vancouver, B.yC.  Limited.  'Chamberlain's   Colic. Choiera  and Diarrhoea Remedy,  f  For liovvel Coiiiplainls.  ' I'rk-t-....(5 cents.  7 Chamberlain's Palriiys-oi.  "��������� An aiitiseptic'liiiiiiieht ;es'pei.-iii'l I v. valuable for Cuts, Bruises,; Sprains a ml Klieuina-  dsni.  .Trice 25 cents; large size :=;,, cents.  Chamberlain'sfStomach  and  Liver Tablets.  For   Disorders  of the Stomach.  Liver  and Bowels.    Price 25-cent.-  .���������  Every one of'tHesepreparaJions  is guaranteed and if-110(-fully satisfactory to theypi:ire!:3!;er the-  money wHI.'he rei'trndprU.  A %  ���������ii J"?  I? . '  THE KOOTENAY,MAIL.  *   CITY COUNCIL  J   Fire, Water and  Light  Committee Report Their Finding  , Re Water Supply.  City Council met last evening.  y, Present: Mayor Bi;ovvn, Aid. Mc-  ��������� -��������� Carter, Foote, Field, McLeod, and  '   ^Abrahamson.  COMMUNICATION--, j-    .     '  T. W. Bain reporting ,fire  at  Ji  Morgan's barber ,'shop'���������Clerk in-  ' slructed to enquire whether1 Chief  Bain, lias    made ',inspection    of  chimneys'thoughout'city.   ;*.  "  '       T. W. Bain"re lire, a't  J. Shifw's.  '"',   ���������  ���������Filed.'   <*'     "  ,   ;R. Gordan re  bearings  burning  'out at power house.���������Filed.  t ' Fred Fraser, government agent,  ���������   ���������   stating that city must assume care  of city offenders  after  May  1st.���������  Reply to be-made stating  council  , will agree.lo,pay   cost 'of   special  ,,gaole'r when Constable Upper 'was  ���������( ' ��������� absent, and also pay  for  keep  of  ��������� . prisoners at present rate. :  ' Sl'D. Cr'owle re blocking of''road  y   to-Illecillewaet running ' through  r.   lols now being built upon.��������� Under-  * stood'C. P. R. wiH  remove   corral  and   put   in ��������� crossing, on i Third  Street. \.      r ^ y _ \    y     ���������_    /  '   '    Albion.'Iron   Works submitting  price'of acid reciptacles for chemi-  ,' cal engine.���������Four to be 'ordered,'at  , ' r    "        , t     -  ��������� ������ ���������  - price quoted. *    (        . ������  , ..Supt.- Kilpatrick -saying   com-  - plaint' had   been   made    against  ',   nimbler but (hat Mr.  Temple had  *-' maiinged (o discontinue ,its  use at  hieht.���������Filed.       ,   A ' ','  *- ih J , r     >        .     V     -  'Evans, Coleman it Evans   quot-  Mng 'prices  on'1-water'"pipe.���������Filed  for lefcrence.     c       i ~ -  C. F. Taylor and, J.   Kernaghun  " asking exemption of 'taxes" for  10  -, years  on   proposed   brick   yard.���������  ,  Reply to effect that when, council1  is satisfied contract ha������ been let for  plant, a .bylaw'vvill   be  submitted  to ratepayers to exempt  the'works  ,   from taxation. , '       , f'  ��������� " James   Sproat, re   purchase'-'by  v city of rock bluff site.���������Filed pending reply to city'cleik's letter.  - Wm~.   Williamson    re,sidewalk  from Boyle Avenue to his'property  on   Second    Street.���������Included   in  'estimates.  ��������� A. Ancle is on re .sidewalk on Fifth  Street from   McKen/.ie  Avenue ��������� to  Orton Avenue.���������Referred, to public  works committee.  Canadian 'Pipe Company submitting quotation on wire wound  pipe.��������� Referred to fiie, water ancl  light committee.  I HI'l'ORTS.  Fire, Water and Light committee  , lecommending that request made  .by No. 2 Fire Brigade foradditional  membership be granted to include  both No. 1 and No. 2 brigades.���������  Laid over until next meeting. *  Fire, Water and tight committee  in replytto Chief Bain's complaint  re tools taken from No. *2fiie hall,  recommending that notice * be  placed on dooi "Onlv fiieman admitted," and that brigitclef inform  , fhemen that no tools aie to be  -taken out of hall.���������Refeiie'd to Fire  Brigade.      , ,        '  lie   water., supply ttlie following  report was submitted :     "The lire,  Wiitei ancl light committee instructed to   report on   the extensions rc-  quiied to the water service  of   the  city foi this vein beg to report that  after   due    consideration   of    the  diffeic'iit plans proposed   the  only  propo.-ition that  appears   to  them  to be feasible   for  this  year  is to  connect either Bridge creek or Two-  Mile creek by a G-inch wooden pipe  to the present re.-crvoir, and would  recommend that befoie any further  estimates of either of  these  propositions be obtained, that the finance  committee should  enquire into the  possible   sources  and   amount   of  funds   available   in   order that no  further unnecessary   expense  may  be incurred, and that in the opinion  of   the   committee   either  scheme  would involve an expenditure of at  least $0,000."���������Filed for  reference.  GENTHAI,.*  Public works committee was instructed   lo  have sidewalk by Im-  i  J&IA  A&/?v    ^7/7/)        Jy /  Did you ever stop  to think,that  "WEIi.ER"  rftnnil-' fo r gooel  ledi.ible goOeU '  ��������� , i        *  perial Bank repaired.     ���������    s    ,   ,  Requisition from .It. Gordan  for  water pipe-was granted.  Instructions issued for  removal  of a building" from,lane and that of  Imperial Oil Company from Fourth  Street.    Also C.  P. It. be  asked to  put crossings on Campbell  Avenue  spur at. First' and   Second   Streets  full width of streets. ,, -  ".'Mr. Gordon,to" be .instructed to  flush'out water pipes 'by opening  plug at lower enel of Front Street  on Sunday,'24th, between hours of  2.30 and 3.30 pVmr   *'''  -��������� Assessment roll authorized to 'be  i i i  prepared and .return to council on  June 3rd.', ' '      ,  ' Bills,wore passed ancl council  .adjourned.  v'-  LACROSSE.  Annual.Meeting of B. C.A. LA.  <��������� >    '     i>  ���������Senior Schedule.  ' The (iitcenth iiniiual mceting'oi' the  '���������liritishj' Columbia   Aniateui   Lnciosse  Association   was   held   in   V.mcoiivoi  , | '  Satin day ,   '  After nearly foulabours ol animated  discussion.* it was -'dcciccd that one.  and pos-ibly two moic^ games 'will  have to be played to',decide tbe pio-  v'incinl lacio-se-championship for 1003  This is-consequent upon the decision  of the association ,that. tlicbig game  played in 'Vancouver-on''August 29,'  JSJO.'I, wns'findrawn 'game and' not a  disputed game.*- The "Vancouver unci  Westminster-tennis .ire ^ to " piny' a  jnntcli on May J-L to decide that game.  Should Xow Westminster wm on that  occ.i-ion the two teams will tben be  ticirior the I'M?, -ty1"1"-1'" ' and  another game wii \,c ���������^Ll,,n,y to  decide the whincis. This game, it  nceessarvywill be played at Victoiin  not later than three weeks after Miy  14. . ���������  'The  following   schedule   of   senior  matches was dinwn up-���������  May 14^��������� Drawn game,  Xcw  Wcst-  niinstei vs Vancouver.  , ilny 24���������Vancouver at Victoria.  -   June 5���������Di.tvv n game if necessary.  Juno 11���������Vancouver at New Westminster.  June  IS���������Victoria* at   jS'cvv  West-  minstei.  .lime 25���������Xcw- Westmiiistei nt Vancouver.       ���������'    ,'  July 1���������Victoria at Vancouver.  Jnlv !>���������^'ew   Westminster at   Vic-  ndviccs   from-Seoul, dated , the 12th  inst., decline that the Japanese are in  complete control 'of  Korea, ancl that  the Russian scouting "parties have retired   'acioss    the    Yalu' before "the'  Japanese, who occupied   Wi-jn pi.icti-  cnlly      without    ' resistance.        The  Japanese' army   is   divided   into, two  ijiiccs^onc for expcditiohiuy purposes  and ,the, othei   for occupation.    The  foimei,' iitiiiibcring 45,00!),'.is-iidv!isieving to the Yalu, ancl   the* Iiitrer.'con-'  sistmg of   15,000 reserves, is milking  far-sighted   communication   ai-iange-'  niehts with' thc.he.idqniiitcis at Seoul,  where   theie   is   a  .garrison   of   four-  thoitSiihd.,���������The   hcndqiiniters  of-the  transport service,   -is' at. Chemulpo.  Railroad .building  and   road  grading  .iiio-progics-iing inpidly.    The  fortifi-  Ciitionsof Kojedo Island, at the mouth  of   jMa<-iimpo   harbor,   vvhich protects  the southern   tciminus   of   overland  commtthicixtidn, also  gu.iids ihc'pass-  iige to^Vladivostock  nnd  Port Arthur  through .  Bioughton    stlait.   ..Forty  transports  oft' JMju  aie -.upposed toi  have landed  part   oi   thcii   forces  ai  T.iku Sh.m, nnd it is the intention to  disenibnika second aimynt Voiinga]io  pi-cpai.itory to foicing the Vain.    ,   ">.  St   Petershini.     \piil '20���������Viceroy  Ale.MetV has  ji|.j   'eel  by   lelef-iapli  to  the ' Krnperoi ^ ic   be-'relirved   ofjiis  position" of vieeioy in the Fur, East.  i~  While no oflici.il'a-inoiinci men'thas  yet   been ~ niiicle -there  is   reason   to  be  above  statement  is  Jas. I. Woodrow,  ,   - BUTCHER. -  -. ���������. <    - ,    <' ..  Retail Dealer In^_fflnaz2^^  .BEEF,'   PORK,  ,.''.������  ,  - MUTTON,'."Etc.,  ,'  Fish and Game in'Season.  All onlois pi omptly filled.  REVELSTOKE,. B-C-  A large, ancl experienced'(Organization enab'les tis '"  -to 'present   styles   notable    for   effectiveness  and ' ,"  high   furnishing" qualities,   at-   pricesyno   'Higher '        \  than the ordinary kind'.       , ' '_ ,    i'   '��������� -  FOtalTUBB,' CARPETS,  CUuTAIKS, -WALL ' PAPERS:;'  '    '   Complete' House Furnishings "        ,'  MVi-itc for laigo illtistr.itt'd Citt.ile.,.iie���������'jt is fiee-iind interesting  WEILER BROS.,    '     VICTORIA, B. C.'.'.  E. B. EDDY'S  .Corner   Donglae  "andKing-  troots.  NO.BETTBB,JBEiD  ....   .(    _,    .       ,      ,  ^i  " In town than tb.it.iii.tele,  .at   Smith's   Bakeiy,, and'.  '    -.'      ' '   i A ,-. "  ' /Cakes*, of Every Kind,  i ' A ������   -  Agents for 'tbe Celebrated  ,   '" ; MONSOON !tJSAS.,   *''. '  "KING  BDWAHir   hum-  ;.'"HEADLIGIIT,:* .-.(III-.      '  ,,   "I3aGLK."100si..,|.I2(iiu.  "VICTORIA,"   '  t  ,    "LITTLIi OOilKT"'        ' ?  FOR  SALE   EVERYWHERE  ���������9"  I  r Are' the .best, that- can be bought. ' '  Don't experiment with'other aiid inferior brands!,'  c\  M.A.SMITH&CO,  McrCenzii* Aveniin, Revelstoke.   '������������������  believe1 lj  con'    ",-  ,' - ' ���������.'���������cause of the viceroy's  in , ' * -"reported to be the  n.-','' '' of ' Vice-Ailmiial   Sk'yrd-  lotl, i-i. \dmii.il Ale.\iefl"sstrongest  enemies unci sh.tipest critics, as =ucces-*  sor to "the late Vice Aclmiiv] .Makaroff,  in com mn nd of the Russian n.i'vy, in  the Far East. Vice-Adniiral Skyrdlofl"  had an in tea view with "the Emperor,  and they discussed the illations be-  t vv ecu the viceroy nnd the vice-admiral  ' *    H.-B. STONEX/     0  MACHINIST ' AND  GUNSMITH  Oppbiilc Ccn ti nl Ilotol, Kevolstoko.  'Ijiillie ane]   General Machine Work  Pi omptly   Executed.  ���������>.  \        ...        -, 4 .    -     .-1 . . ;���������-^   rt* i. ,   '       ,' T.. "   T   '   '   ",""'"'-���������   -A. ������---���������������  ' t$p-'  e$>  e$>  <$>  ($)  r$)'  r!fr������  HOTEL   LARDEAU  " COMAPLIX A���������������������������  .    ii,'.  The'Best House in Town:   ,- ���������   Well Furnished-  , Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock  SEE  Wing Chung's newly imported   stock   of  Chinese-  y,'a'n'erl Japanese goq'ds. *,'-   ,;  The best' assortment ever  landed   in - Revelstoke l of  * useful   yand     ornamental  ^articles: --, -   , '*-'   --*  Tea services >     Klovver Pots  Plates Umbrella Stands *  , Ilaskel.s hunch Ba.-kots  Cane Ch.tiis SniokniB Jackets  irandkercli.efs * Silk Goods.   '  goY.d nsii ��������� *  Finosl, stock of candies and fruit in town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  Sg.OV   W..HAMILTON, Proprietor.'    *   -  Good Table &p.  ���������$���������������   ,'  REVELSTOKE, B.C..  r 'ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS. .'     * .   .. .  Newly'-built.'- ;* First-class-in every respect.,.    Ml modern conveniences/  ' '    *        AA  ,     Large Sample Rooms.    .      ���������<',        :  . Rates SI.50 per,Day,     t Special'Weekly-Rates.'  '     ,  Queen's Hotel, Trout   Lake^ under ' same   management  to *    "_.  *  Queen Victoria's Choice  Roya  m^w- ^cale  ! ������St  Great   Honor   conferred   on    the   Williams   Piano   Co.  of   Oshawa,     emphasizi^    the    foremost    position  ,   of  the- New   Scale   Williams   Piano   in   Canada.  tm iii ,      ;.  July l(!���������Viiiicouvci nt Vicloiia.  July .'10���������Victoiiu.u Vancouver.  -WigustU���������\'iincouvei at .Vow Westminster.  ���������Xcw   Westminster   at  Aimusl   20-  Viincoiivcr.  Sc|itcriibci  AVe-tiniiifctei-.  irc'iitonibur  toiia.  H���������"N'ictoiin     nt     New  0���������Vancouver at   Vie-  Queen Victoria for Windsor Castle.  HER   MAJESTY'S  WAR PROGRESS  Russians    Abandoning    Their  Property���������Japs Control  Korea.  St. Petersburg,April I!).���������The population of Vladivostock ia in want of  the ino't necessary kihtlsof provision.*.,  and in consequence of Hooded river.-.  which intcriiipt communication, it i*  impossible to fiiini.-li them Mipplie*..  There is also -a sciucity of inoney  ^Iiiny inhabitant^, p.uticulai ly the  vvonien arid childieii, are leaving the  city, abandoning their propeity, w hich  they mo unable to sell. Half of the  houses in Vlndivo-took ate empty and  the civilian population is a I ready reduced to 5000.  Shanghai,  April    10. ��������� Authentic  ,������, The following letters explain   the  LiL  se-ecf'������������> ������f tlie   New-  Scale  William  'J  *  circtiinslances surrounding the  ins   Pianot by  Her   Late .Majesty  CHOICE-  s.s.  "Vancouver,*'  ,, ��������� I.iv ti pool, 1,'ngland.       *���������  Jressr?. R. s. Williams & Son, Toronto.  , ,      Gentlemen,���������I am pleased   to inform yon that Ilcr Jlaiestv the Oueen  bv Mr   Dv������n���������C Iffy?fJ I'>a"'Z for W.ndWJCa������Ic.   The se,"iS " ?,1 ad"  by Mr.   D>������on.  of  Mc-srs.   Dyson   &  Sons.   IViiidsor,  spccilly  appointed  i,-|���������^rs in ii,7,7*���������V���������   .i ".-".������**"' .*���������>���������  ouiis,   ninusor,  sjilckiI v  iiiipointca  tuners to tlie Queen, their Rojal lliglmis-.ts the Huke mid Buciu-ii of Con-  I-al IIif,'hnesscs the Duke and Duchess of Alb-iny.  SO   T-if-IC^.l   ..-(It,     , a..-     .,.������     .....      ,. ..     .,.',.  nauijlit  aid Ihcir Roya. ...s,.,,^^^ u.c i-iuKe anu Duchess ot Alb-iny.  forlnmV.if-f , rl!io,ptatd w,,th 30ur   r>���������������" "it   he  ourchasal two  these I .i1; ns fni lAh' '������ c������I,B���������tV]--te >;������" o������ >������y bt.il-;  able" to di.spohe of  tnese i lanos for you m such ^ood hands.  I have no doubt that you  will  now call  yourselves "Piano  Manufac  Hirers to Her Majesty the Queen of i:nBland." J Yourai truly, Ma,llIla<J  "W. ir. TRI.I.01V.  (������1*  v  sr  *������/���������  *f������������  *9r*  *  ���������.?/������  ������*������  t'  ���������i  fsT*  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  , q 1 t f ^ \  ably furnished with the choicest the market -.--=.=**.  affords.     .Best   Wines,  Liquors.  & Cicrars   '  Rates $i a day. . Monthly rate. ."3     '   '          ���������   ���������  *t t  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences  lUEKW'S--HOTfeL ������������������''"  Rooms^ in Suites with Baths and   Toi/cts attached, J/ozoing hoc  and Cold Waler, Inside Toilets on each floor*Gas Lighted ami  Steam J-Jealcd Throughout.      ,l .  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,        =        GOLDEN, B. C.  ..���������������>  -IN,   "WINDSOR.    CASTLE-  Colouial nnd Indian Exhibition,  U London, Knglnnd.  ,., j,uii,iuii,  j.uginna.  My Dear Sir Chirles Tupper.���������I have much  pleasure in forw-nrdinir to  you a letter from General   the   KiKht   Hon. Sir Ilemy },. rousoiil.v   l"cn  informing   me   that   Her   Majesty ������ill h.ive the 1'i.inoforle of Mtsirs   will  li.inis, of Toronto. '*'  "'  Would you have the kindness to request Messrs. Williams lo communicate with the Lord Cli.iiiihtrl.iin at St. James r.,|.���������.c ns lo I he d2li������iTof  the .same,   I nm, yours very .sincerely, '      ���������  piiii.ip ct;xr,ii'pi.* ovvi.-N  The Hon. Sir Charles Tupper, C.C.M.O., C II. *  I j������  1^5  V  I ?.>  r"������  . THE    ORDILR-  ,    , J-0"1 Chamlienain's OfTice, St  James Palace.  .     Pir,-ln reply to your letter thi.s, lam do.iiid by the ],or(|  Chnniber-  hi-i io aniuaiiit von   for   the  inforni.ition   of   Messrs. Wilhinns .<*  Sous  of  rriroi.to.  that  the   p.anoforle  lefcntd   to   can   be   taken   or  bent' to   Mr  lliail.u   the Ini.iiector at Windsor Castle. '  . I am   sir, youi obedient servant,  ���������    .   ,, ,.      '     GEO  T. JISRTSIIOI1, Comptroller.  To S. I'assmorc .May   M.D  *l*|  1  *  UEE3STS  COMAPLIX  ��������� ���������  CHIEF YOUNG,      -       -       1     Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Ci������ars  I^Travellcrs  to fcFish Creek will find ex'celleni  accommodation  at this Hotel.  Camborne Hotel  DAVIS OKI..   Hroni-ii.i.ii.  The best Dollar a Day lltuivo  in tbe town.  OltK,   Hropricioi.  lii-ht  nriiniN o|  Wiiict-,  nnd  Cigars. .  Spirits  rhs  W.lliams   Piano   Co., Oshawa,   have  Issued  n   booklet entitled " Oueen   **"  . c .��������� li. n���������     .ellins; alioul how the piano selected uas  made and   Illustrated   ������������������������  'v?���������', '-"^AT^I"^,0' 1UAA ���������M2jc.,ly Queen V,ctona  a"d ������veral views o      ������  W iwi-rji C ,-tle and n.-ihnoral Castle.    1 his booklet can  be procured free direct ov   ���������&  ���������     riAi'u1  ,!>"5 l'Ac~������'  Oshawa. or fiom the  L5calIRepresentaUw ot  T  ^      111 tr '���������'cw t>cale Wilhaiiih Piano. (A*  ���������^^Williams Piano   Co.-  Ltd., o.h.w������, o**.fyQ,  Pianos kept in stock by Revelstoke Insurance Agency, Ltd.  BURNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  ....   Meat Merchants  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage :  *^sta^-Calgary, Alberta  #-   . ' /,
i r-i,.
,   r      From our own Conospondont
E.  J.  Hiings/'retiiriied'' today  from
,<jSalcusp.,     *,'',, i
Miss ICiiby.hns gmc down   to   Nelson for ' a   few-   days   to  be near her
'' rfathcr. '      "'      < ,,
V. \V. Jorel.ui's ranch.w-ns the scene
���of ati-ather serious* rook slido'onc day
ttlast week. - Part of , his house was
''wrecked and a number, of the out
ib'iiildingsaiid a large portionfof the'
cultivated land is strewn with-rocks
*> -ind bouldeis.  ' ��� ,   <
,      Wm.'   ICirby   met    with'  a   serious
accident while out ^driving .yesterday
iJinornin^.      His   horse  run  away upsetting the light e.\piess nnd throwing
i   Mr. ICirby out into the1"road with sucli
force as to break'bio   leg, just'.above
the ankle. t   Mr*.   Kirby   has gone to
Kelson for medical tieatmont.' ,  !���,   u'
'Apiil 20tlL        r       ',,     '  fi'
have formed themselves into a society
with the object of raising funds to
build a church, in this they will be
assisted, by ladies of other denominations. , It is ��� the intention of the
society'to have a concert at an early
date at which the, best talent 'in
Arrowhead will assist. .      ,      >
i'i   j,' Kiom ourown rorro-iKmdonl.       ~     ,
Tlios. L. \Yools*cy isrstill putting up
-   iencc posts.       , A        _-,'*,-'-
s  't ,We:now',,cnn .boast  of   a   traveling
_ butcher for this 'section. \   ''    f, ir   ..,
,i,   The   river   is   risingylnst' and will
v Jik'ely be higher thiiti last yefir.        ,   _���
','"E.1  Eriekson'shipped   in -"another
'' 'horscTthis we-k from * up  the* branch'
.line.   J.       , ,    "i '   ''
*    Fiom Oiu-'Ovvn Correspondent.''        ",
We arc having, line" soring weather,
just ndfw and the 'lake-'is'-rising very
hist, y ,       '  r- a   ,   ���   ,'���
Owing' to tlio  washouts  and,slides
the train  and   boat service isvoi-yir-
. �� <,,,,*',
legular. ' , , < y     ,,-tt '
,The siiortsnie'ii,of  the   town'have
formpclfliriithlctic club with D. Bulger
!ls I*"*.-'- ,    \     ( ,.,t
Jlr. '   '       ,nii  old   resident of the
�� > 'r I    ' r .      J
(own, 1  , i"" ii-iied ,to actus locomativc
foreiiiati  ���'. place of Geordic Mortimer.
J am sorry,to' have to   report that a
slide canioJ down  on' F. VV. Jorcliin!.--
t I.,'1, i
ranch   nt   l-'iic   .Valley   doing  much
damage to it.'_* > * {
*-,',, -     ,
Key. T,. a.  Glassford   \r.ib_ gone to
Kelson to be present nt the indtictioii-
of   the   new    Presbyterian    minister
there on'the"2Lst. ,     * ' ��
The tug Geo. T\ Piper, built by Wm.
jMclCissock  for   the   Empire Lumber'
Co. was successfully launcliedfOn<Sat-
mcliivf , Th6 litunchinir wiis,onc'bf tbe
finest -ever   seen   in   jSTnkusp.    Miss
Alice McKj'ssock,"the   nine yon i-"old
;   CREAM, r
NOTICE.    ., ,
NOTICK is horoby given tliat thirty days after
dato I intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lauds nnd Works for a spoci.il license
to cut and carry away timbor from the following
described lands situate about tvvolvo and a half
miles Irom the month of Half Way Crook, Upper
Arrow Lake, B. (,\ '      #       "
Timbor claim commencing at No 1 /post,
running about twolvo~aud a half niilos moio or
loss from tho month of Ifnlf WuyTOiook, Ihence
vv'oit 80 chains, tlionco north SO chains, thence
oait 80 chains, tlionco -.outli 80 chains' to placo
of commencement,   i ���"    ��
Dated this 21th day or November,'A 1)., 1!KB.
'1 - v...;. Mcpherson.
, Improves the flavor-
' and adds to th'ehealth-
fulness  of the food.
f       ��     y   ^ At,r  ,     \
���  When outfitting 'for* camp
--always take>DrvPrice's Cream
Baking Powder for good
health' and good food.y It
makes  the finest 'flapjacks
' biscuits and bread.       '    '   '
, r.j    i' /     * j-- i -'
J      ,   -1, ^"    * 'Nevei go into the woods away
,, "J   t from a doctor �� ith .1 chcap'alum
, -       baking powdei in the outfit   Vou
-, v^      -        ' want the bcsl,baking powdei in
the world���and  it is most ,eco-
., ,       i- nomical in the end.       " ,. P       <���
A. -    ',      ;,>,-       'a-    *
Pricb baking Powder Co., Chicago' '.,
t        ��� , -   ,      .,    , ;- - tlnughtor of'3rr.iMcKis.s>-ck,-porforniccl
' Secdinir /is   stnrted   with   us,once   ,,       ..    , '     ... i-  .      ,'.      ,.
" 'the  usual ceremony- of i breaking ,the
bottle,of champagne.*   JEverybocly'in
townywiis "present ('and  the thank's of
y t ���-
A- x
-<      more nnd   the   gioimd'  is getting.in
/^:tine ordei���ilrv_.incLw.iizii.-_ . _ ._  J
,   " The lumber camp lieie is  about 'to
Jo.ivo   ua   but   is ^delayed waiting for
, '   boats'.      Everything   bh-s   is,  in/ffine
order'to stiirt'the drive.��"f      f,      ''".
\ ,     The,fruit trees'nppear to becoming
. on very   well-this  spring  in this dis-
1 _ trict. _   There vveicquite a lot.pl.intcd
last^vear and very few failures.'  "'
'*,   Wc   had   divine'service  last week
] held(yby   T.i 'Wurniy.-   Presbyterian
. . student,'at the'school house." ��� it will
. .likely be held'every two vveeks now. ,_
-    '  ..��� '. ��    v.  ' -1  ^
 ..i_,��� s
-, i    ' ��'*       From our owu'Corrospondont. , '
j. '> Mrs. Whale,and Miss Nellie Whale
f^ and Mr tJames llowden'-attended a
�� Jdaiice giv.e'n at Rogers* Pass   last Fri-
.   iiday._Jy_^_r rc.a._i;_      t^a ^, ^ _a _    _r
,  _      Jlr. Hansen, the  new  planer man,
���   hns ai rived nnd is tearing the  planers
apart ancl thinks when   he gets them
(    together again he vvill have enough to
make a new one.
One of the men engaged in building
F. Partington's new house hud an
accident. He fell from the third
storey and Was not senously injured
( hut said it was the sudden stop that
made him kick.
Theie vvas a de\uc held in Beaver
hall "Which woman makes the best
wife a good natured slovenly woman,
u oi a cranky clean one*1' The clean
and cranky woman carried the debate,
but all seemed to prcfei the clean and
good natured one.       ' "       ,
The arguments in Oe.iver  have, got
down that fine that a carpenters   lead
the Nakusp people is  tendeied tp the,
Empire Lumber Co. who throuuh.iMr.
j\lcKissock,entei-tained  the> peopleso
sumptuously.   J,AVo ' uio ^sorry   that
owing to thcre.Ebeing  no'^putlr train
the company's oflicials vvoie-unable ,to
be present. >   In th*c'evening thevoiui",
.* t t a ii   ' .
people linishcd'aip1 .with  a  dance in
Abi-iei;s4iriill-..,'jMi.   ircKissock   a No
had charge  of  the launchihg   of *the
Hevclstoke-ye=tetclay^and  she is "now
reallytfor her sensonVwork. cf ' "       ~
t ASuillO.      ; ."       y ,,    *   '
standiii!'   niakinsf :t   pernuincnt ,ic*i-
deuce  in   the-town.  'It  is   repotted
/ ..   i -��� {   ,    -     ��
that Sir. Pollock will-bring hisiwife
and family from the' old country in a
shoi'tjtime.,    r, .i'V
y From our own Corronpondout. -^ ,'f    .
l^S.'Pclly, P.'L. S, is biiilding'iin
ofliee-onhis Wood av;pnue lc3t. \"      ,
T. W. Fletcher liaij a lot of produce
loaded for, New Denver waiting ship-
yment. ' r" * '
T. W. Fletcher's house on Iinilwiiy
avonui- wih sold to T. bowes this week.
Fisher .*c t*age made the --ale. >   '     ,'
The -AIn,-oilie building ticcupied by
11. K. Bum.-, di-iigyi-t i- to be painted
and Ledecor.ited in-*ide and out. '
W C. irollidav'- new -tudio is
nearly complete cl and mi! be opened
for hii-ine��� latter p.m of nc.vt vveelc.   ,
The Fanuels Exchange have -eveial
c:us of jutKliiPHjviiftiuw  to  ���>>, .is -oe^n
as fi'eiirht i- ac^i-ii-ttd by tlie company.
j     PL  Coni.idi. "i\t .. Seattle.    h.i-> .pin-
i -
j'c-h.ised through Fi-h-r .fc  Sage the re-
imaining fonv .triv-s ,>i  the rie-.ubc
,'ii C". NelS"-  -hire ���
'bam yh.A   -~'l --,fid
;y   READ IT THROUGH, .f  ,
i$ "if      A    i 1    c  >   -   j       it
,iS      "'      -,, ���*   ./1    i
'Twpuld   Spoil Jhisf Story', to
-feil'l't In the Headlines... ,
'  ,.    -'    ^   , ' 1      <���   t-i
% Tenisea.il eighteenth century phra-c,
this is ,-uy '-o'ei-,'true ,tale."_  niiv.ing
li.'ipp.'iied in a  small Vii'gini t tovvii-in
the winter of 1902,   iti ih'" a .story .very
'much of Uie present.' ���Up  tn  a  ��.bin-i
tiine^.-ign  MisLfJohn' E.  Harmon,   of
Melf.t Station;   Va.,  h.i'd  no >per-on,il
'knowledge <of  tliesrare curative prf-p-
ei tiesofCb.iinbei-liiin'sCotigli Remedy.
'i-L.tst J.iniiai-y,"  she  says, "my b.iby
took a dreadful cold and nt one time I
fi-au'd she vvoiilel'h.ive.piieiiinonia. Inil
one-of my neigbbors'told tne how ibi-
rt'iiiedy.b.icl cured her,.iliUle'boy"aiicl I
began giving^ iL"to 'my'b.iby  titvnice
ii rid ,it. sooii  cured "her.     I   he.titily
thank the manufocturers.eiLOhiti'iiI>er-
l.tin's  Oouprlii.Remecly.for plaeing^hii.
gre.tt ii cm e within   my reach.   ,]'cin-
not I'ecomiiiencL it too^bigbly  ot  -,-iy
too iimt-li in itsfavor.    ['hope, .ill who
lead this vvill try  it  and be convinced
its I wii��..*'    For sale by all drifggNt-.
- ". - ;NOTfCE.-V V'
VTOTICE'is hoiobv given Uiat'tliiil.v dnysnfter
i\ dale I intond'ti) apnly to the Cliiof.Com-
miibiouor of Laud-, iind'\Voiks for a special
licunso to out and carry away timbor from (lie
'fiillnw-iug described lauds situate about foil rtoon
aiid|(ino eighth*niilo<;" moro or le��� finm llio
mouth of Half Way dlrouk. Uppor Ai row Ijiiko-,
II. ('J        ri _   " ^     '    ' A    ���'
Timber claim ci/iniiieiicliigiiit^po-l  niiiikud
i p.
nlienit  fouiteen nnd, one oighlli
miles more oi loss finiiillia mouth elf Flnlf Wn>
Creek, tlience 10cli.nii-.iioiHi. thence 1(10 chains
east, thence 10, chains sotiUi.jUieiice liiO chains
west In place of coiiimencemoiit.       ,{ ,
.Bated this r.th day or November, A 1) . I��>-*.' '
* .*     r     ;,' T"^, f. uonns "
v        i ,    ' 	
1N .after date I iiitond to imply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Woi Its for permission lo purchase SO acres of land situate
about. 2J mile1, south unit'1 of the village of
Arrowhead on the shore of Upper Arrow Lake,
commencing nt itpo-l planted about half a mile
south-west of the C. P. It."cable'line,and
marked \V. K. Beatty's Norlh-we-t Corner
Post; thence south 211 chains; thence east I'i
chains; thence norlh to shore "line; thence
along-shore line to point of commencement.' ���
���    i. Hated 20th I'*ebruary, 1IWI.
A , "     '      '    W. It. Hl'LVTTY., ,'
,   , * ' ii 1.        -
We believe vve know our, business.
Oin,,��bii'sineK'-'r':i-,'lo- help vou do youi''
business. We supply tip-lii-ebite business 'means , 'and methods,��� m'one y
saving devices nn'd hmv'lo use them.*
-;\ -    notice.    :,\y
���hTOTIClli* is hereby given that thirlvdavs after
" td.ite I ini,Slid tn.ii)|ilv to tliellhiof C'oiniuis-
sionorof Lauds and Worltj-Jor a special liconse
to cm and carry avva- liinbe'i from tho following
described bind-, sitii.'ile .ibnnl 4eighl IS) miles
liom (hu miiiilliniif Hall Way Creek, Upper
Arrow Lmkosj-R.O. ���*.    ' "x '   .'','"
'-Timbei" claim cninmonclnir at post marked
"T. 11 No. I Poi.1," about i��i��rht miles moieor
los- from the mouth ol Iliilf'VVaj (heek.'tliouce
oa-t <S0 chains, thence 'snuih ySO chains, tlionco
vv-Ost 80 chains,'tlionco noith SO chains to place
ol commencement '        *-    *3    *--,*    '     -     - * v
Dated this 2llli day ol Novembei, A. D., 100J.
~S  -    - '   '   -   S  " VA'.fRrSTEWART. ,r
NOTIGi: i- hereby gi\on,llmt I hi 11 v days arior
, ^dalel intend to upplv fo the lllnot M/Oin-
missioiier ol Laiids'nnd Works loi a spocial'
license to cut and "carry nvvii- fcinibor liom tho
.fiillovvlng described land- situate about nine
and a liulf mile-lnon)- or less from Lliomnntlf
ol Half Wav Cieok, Upper Arrow Lakos, H 0
Timbor claim eoininencim.'.it a post marked
UT. 11. No. 1," about nine and a li.it 1 milo-nioic
or'loss fiom the ,mouth of Half Wav Creek,
thcuci'-IO chains south, thence 1(>0 chains east,
thence 10 /���hainstnoith, llience lGO-"chains wo-t
,lo place nt ciiiiuueuceiiK'nl., f ,'> . ,
1 D.iled llu-ilid d.iy or N-[.vcmli(ii, A 15.. 1>H��_
". ' ��� *     '    '-I. MoOOVALI).
Mining & Legal Purposes
Transfers, Options^ Powers,
of Attorney, Statutory Dec-
Jarations, Proxies, etc., can'
be obtained at the
"H..Kootenay Mail Office..
, /;. f f NOTICE;1 ^      ,-���
NfOTKJE I,- heiebv irivon tlrit^thirl.v du>s.iflur
date I intend to .ii)|>b to the I hull Cinii-
ini-sioner of Liud- .ui.l VV'inks-foi a,special
liceu-e to cut ami f.orv away timbei finm (ilie
following do-ciil>ed land- situ no about ele^oii
and uhnlt mile- more ni less Tt ,m the in,null
ol II ill Way f'.ieok. on Miojiiortli side <i_I the
cieek.,   7 ,    '     7'    "   ',   - ,~   -
Timber claim comiiienciiiir at pnsfcni.u Keel l'T.
II NTo. 1," about eleven and a h.ilt'ii.iile^ moie
or luii. fiom Mie mouth of* Halt Wav Cicel..
thence uotth 10 rli.uus, tlii-nce.e i-t Kill chain-,
thence south'"ID cli un-. tln-neo west UiOcliain1-
to place nt comnieui-onieut'1"- * .'"        ^*
-���iD.ited tin-21th day ol Nmember. A  13. 190*   '
->",;    \ .    .1. Mc-MILLVN    '
'" AS A'
Loose (Lc'iif'iFile'S and.,Ledgers with
lilings specialb'''riiled, printed, pei loi-'
iiteel and, pn'ticlied to suil iiny-l \ le op
To Carl Thu I'biornsen, Theodor iTollofhOii ami ,
i AVilHain Allen or any person or pornons to
whom thoy may havo assigned their interest!
in the Valhalla group constating of .Vlkliiff,'
, uVallinllii, Odin and���Thor'mineral claimn on * '\
Uig creek, situate on tho westsido of north,
arm of Upper Arrow Lake, Lardeau Mining'  '
Division. "West Kootenay District, British^
, Columbia: x - '      '' ��
Yjy�� aro hereby notified that I, the  under- ,
signed, have ^expended for.'you the sum of $820
in lalor, iinpiovcnients and recording fees upon    >_.
tho said VlkhiK./Viilliiilhi, Odin and Thor JUn- , ;
oral claiins.'uiider the provisions of thoMineral
Act, and If within ninety days from tho ditto of.
this notice you fail or refuse to contribute tho
aforesaid sum, togother with all cosU of iiulvor-    "--
i ising, your interest in the snid mineral claims    ,
will bceomo the property of 1 he imdcrHlgncel ,
under section I of tho Act, entitled "An Act, to
Ainond the Mineral Act,,' 11)00.      , 1 ' ' ' \   '
Dated this 2nd day of December. 190.1.   ���'   ��� - , ,i
, > ,'J        ' , XK B. STARKKY.
Jas; I; Woodrow,
:,f . BtlfCHER;; -"���
Retail Dealer Ino murrrt!7IFf!^- '    J '<<    , ,
-   A A u BEEF; rpORK,'
i' '4   .    -MUTTON, Etc.
,       ,,     ', , 1 7      >��� (,     j    I    ���   n.
Fish ancHGanie'in Seasoni" >
r ���   All ordci-H promptly filled.,
-   ,     'V M    a, I        - / - ' , '        >A.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.,' ani'iang pwu.
Kootenay Mail1 Publishing' CofLimited
-f <���,',  iti?VELSTo'l.ii,.DroXr:: i.'.
', Scarecrows.
''-The term. I�� almost a mlonomer, now*?
&n.ys'._ For the ';centu^y-lIvingr''crow', haiiv
been schooled byTexperlenca.', The BC��r��:~
-. crow dosu't scare him.   Investigratingr ornl-
thologrists say that he can tell a gun'from a
'stick aud can count up to seven. .Evidently
the jcrow  ha��
progressed from
th    '
MOTfiyiS irKIIBHY'OIVKV lint 00 da\s
1;.-af or.i'late I nii'jii'l i" niiplv lo tlie-,e'lnet
(.'oiii'mi���lonoi-nr L.in I- anil��� Wiirk- for^pei-
nu-siou to piii-chiisc.su iicie-,nt-���l.iiid '-iiuated1
about '1\ inihts -oulj! iy.-l o�� Ihi' \ill.ige of
Ai 1 ov\ he.ul .on t lu- -hoi e nt* Upnei V i row* l.ike.*
coinmeiH-mj: at, a po*l m irked Viclubitd
JlcMillm'- .Voitli e-'-t -Cmner .Post, -thence
south 2ii chains, ilvncc ��e*i in chains : thence
noi ill to shoiehu.-: th.-iu-e a'.ing-horoUine to
point ofconiiw-ne.-irieiir.      ' S -      " .
i      luted 2i*.'li Kelirinuv. 11101. '
pencil is too clumpy to do the figuring.,
Certain people bought smaller pencils |* .t""'     "
from  J.   How-den   who  had  some  he |"! *���'"''"-**l'
could not u=e in tbe oilice   and placed '
iorsaie-in thesfore. , 1 P'oomh- .ulje.im,^   1
-April 14th.
-tfiim-n * -v( vv-.
:a Ar-Ki-nori'j-i
-       ,     .    il
i)U.Cfirtsc'l   tue , i
-ide:,'*-.*  on I f
ii-   ii i.ji
i  IJ,itt.-r-'
F. S.   lum"i-
j pun
'J'.ttter-or! ,i\
.son. Victiiii.i.
i    The OLcm^r.in   Fj mi   .Mill- Co. are
f,-irJl>[>ii'ir tlnee  r,-ir-  of tlo-ir b'.-ide a j ���
j large i-u.*ntitv of lari^.i iinel -��*lf ri-intr
jpuncike f|i.u> i1,, J j,,,. -on ��'itv-  i / T.     !
\     .Mi*--)-.   Hairty.   \\ light  vte   Co   .tie!
HCon-Tp-.e-rilig   tbe    entire    mteiior eil'I
their '-roie,    When    inn-hoi   st    will;
I ifivc t'.elll double the   .1 ill, ,111.t OI   n nihil
Frnui O ir Own t'orre-p uidf-nt
Mr. Wallace Lu'dif.i'e i= cleirimr tbe
ground ior hi- new- ie-idence
Tendeis are .i-ked   for   the  building
ejf a Oi>e ro.'.m --elioul house lur Anow- j they now h.iw
head. |     If. II   W.iib r,   C
Mr.    l.ightbiiiiru    i-vpiet-    t,, niovrltwo   e.iilo.id-    of'
into hi- new Imiei ii(-\'t ue,-fc.   ?iicc:ess J -t'-ek ,.i, Tiu-d.iv
tei lit in in hi- tii-w- venture'. ' trouble di-p ��. ju
A colli-ie.n  between   the Unin   and 'loie a '.ini- tip-ic.    '
Mr. .W.vniair- cow  re-tilH-d   in   n dis- I     .M,���;������    '!'.    r.itcli,
TI.o I-i<imc minnc  pennilirit  of t
Atiy v c inl'��� U ptibliu-itiuni v
Su'iscnptfori   55.00   a  ^cir   (i.icludi:i4
*Xr. i^, C madutn   .\r��lur m ^e>sr irfr i
S.imp!*' C7p3* free, ben I f ��r Hook C tUtlrt--^ <.
The E\ai>ErwvG axd Mihing'Jour1' a
i2*il Broadwayt ,S*ew York
-- J J ' a   - {      ,
^ In, town tluiri that'iiiade.   i, '   '
-*.  ���/' at. Smith's   Bakery,, anil   > /      /," j
' '' .   "    *t'Y' ���   '    'J   /   H i.      -      ���    ,(.-.
- "���' Cakes' of ^ Every' Kind  C' ->,
'   :'  i ,aA '",. f     ;'! "' 7    "   J
i   ^ X Agents for-- the' UelebratecUV/.
-'"'A%-    MONSOON. TEA!S.;V- i ''
-f    ^f I
fe-*.AIclCenzieaAvenue, Revelstoke. *_
��� ii
���^.iiy, bnniel,, in |
ui-teii-d (liiili.im 1
fe will 'h.-ivi- no ���
lhe- entire lot be- ,'
Ioe.iti.il -boulder r'nr tbec-w.
, A ditl'erenre ol" opinion !������ twi-en rvvo ii'-riiii"_'i-il,
.vrrowbead ���_'( iith.-mi-n re-nlted in oie-
gentleman ti-inc the butt end of a
gun over the head of the oilier gentlo-
inaii in hi-- eiisjenii:.��� to briri" him
r,iiii;rl to hi* Wlly f,r tbinkine.
,\ local butcher -hop i~ urgently
needed in Arrow-head now- that the
vvarrn weather is approachincr .'mrl as
many of the; hou.-c-s here are not provided with eellnrs it will be impossible
to keep meat sweet more than a few
days. A butcher .shop would he a
boon highly appreciated nnd a I, the
same time prove a good investment.
Those of tbe Arrowhead ladies belonging to   the    I'resbyterian   church
'  I heir .store- re- ,
iilcleek i- littiiicr'
operatimr  room '
>!���>���- in the   Vnuk'lei-k blncik.
lill nnd  .Mi��� llili i.-turne-d
en-t    wheie   tbe-v
the   two
ill l-oll illf>   IlilVlll,
.mil    Dr. Vi
up  new   oilice.   .uel
over tin- -i
(tola lid
Tuesday   iVoin   lie;
were c-alli.(*
-i-ter. - I'lie.v bi-.m^hr biiek
children with tle-m. Much ^yni]i:ithy
i- felt im' them beie n- tbi.- is the
-ccoikI 1,,-j they have been en lied on
to bear within n yen r.
r-iiniuel Pollock.' ./. I1., bought
.-.evei-dl acres of the Finher estate on
Monday, |fe will build n model
home unci set the plot nil out in fruit
this -iiiiiiner. It pleases everybody
here to see gentlemen of Mr. I'olloek's
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
For Cousrhs Colds, Croup and Whooping- Cough.   Trice 25 cents; large size 50c
Chamberlain's   Colic, Choiera
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
For Bowel Complaints.    Price 35 cents.
Chamberlain's Pain  Balm.
;     An antiseptic liniment especially v.-ihm-
blefor Cuts, Bruises, SprairisandRbetiina-
| tism.    Price 25 cents; large size 50 cents.
Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets.
For   Disorders' of the Stomach, IJvei
and Bo-wels.    Price 25 cents.
Every one of these preparations
is guaranteed and ii not fully satisfactory to the purchaser the
money will he refunded.
THE OWL 1���
j:a-l nf .Vlol-on- Hank       -       Ucvul-irikc.
Foi   voiii   ine.il-.    Open d.iy uini niifhi
Me.il- 2."ic and upward,    .Special wecU.i
rates,     fiooibservii-e t;n H;ii)li'''d.
.   VODO FLMir. 'Piopiietor.
Sfied Potatoes for Sale
Tie- following varieties of .seed potatoes
may be bad fi-om (be iiinlei-.-igiied :
Early iEarv'est
Gem of Aroostook
Pat's Choice
Carman's""No. 1 & 3
The l!r-t-ii,i,ii..d highly reoiiniimiiihi'l
Onieiniii. si.-i-d  fr,,���i   I),ir/-h ,t Iliinler. Lond/ui,
.*>>���(, (heir il'-criptivnciitiildviie-
BUSHEL,$1.50, SACK 100 LBSS2:
Cn-li wirli order-     Will be/IcIixT",! ;n '
l-.o'lorby-tal.inn paid to Ketol-tok" n-
-(i/,ri a- weather (orinii-. Siii,ply li'nilfd.
I-1r-t c'iiiki. iir-t s/:rve.|.
W. ELSON, Enderby, B. C
gran el fat hers,,
and   which iara,
ljust as.fearsome
.to us.-   In spite
' of 'tlie fact that
.some ^.scientific'
,'iu vestigators1
saj'y'>Ther e!��
' nothing ' to  'be
��,afrnid 'of.- -A
^.sc.irecrow 'can't/
hurt   you,"  tha
bulk of men and ,
women still believe   the' scare-,
crow is a powerful and destroy-'
ing.'fetish. . - ~r'
.._      jl_v This j attitude.
is most marked in'relation to certain forms
of,,disease. In "diseases of the lungs and '
respiratory organs,, for'instance, it is the
custom to assume that theie'is no cure for
the cough, no help for the hemorrhage, no
healing for the lungs. - The scarecrow. Con-
'sumption, is set 'up, often taking the form
of some inexperienced and unskillful practitioner who denies hope or help to the
victim of disease. \ ,
Vet the records go to'showthat stubborn
coughs have been cured,! that persistent
hemorrhages have been stopped, aud that
weak lungs have, been made strong by
the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. % < '
AH the claims hi the jvoild for'lhe curative virtues'of a medicine!will'not equal'
one testimony to, the-actunl fact of cure.
, Thousands of testimonials like the following have been received from persons cured
of lung "troubles,"bronchitis, hemorrhage,
obstinate coughs, etc.,' by "Golden Medical
Discover:"        , *
"I was very sick indeed,",-ivntcs Mr*. Mollis   \
Jacobs,  of* Felton, Kent   Co,  Delnvvnre, "and   ,
our family doctor snid I had consumption.   I
thought I must die soon, for I felt so awfully
bad.    Had a bad cough, spit blood, wns very ,'
short of breath ; in fact, could hardly get my   -
breatb at all sometimes.    I bad pains iu my
client   and   right   lung,   nlso   bad   dyspepsia.  ,
Before I took your 'Golden   Medical  Discorl
cry' and   'Pleasant  -        ��"-
relicts' I was so,
weak tl coutd7
not sweep a room,
nnd now I can do
a small washing. I
worked in the canning factory this
fall, nnd I leel like
r new pci son. I
thank the good
Lord, and also Dr.
Pierce for making
this eood medicine.
I believe Hint the
Lord and your medicine have sa\ed my
life. I was sick over
two years. I took
thirteen bottles of
the ' Golden Mcd-
icar Disco-ory' and
four vials of Doctor
Pierce's Pellets."
There is no alcohol in "Golden
Medical Discovery" and it is entirely, free from
o p I ti tn, cocaine,
mid nil other narcotics.
Sometimes a
dealer vvill offer
a substitute fo r
the ''Discovery,"
claiming it to be
"just ns good."
The substitute
pays him more
profit, that's why.
Protect yourself
from unscrupulous  dealers   by
insisting on Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Of knowledge wouldn't ���amount to much,
you'd think.    But for just 31 cents Invested
In one-cent stamps (to pay expense of mailing only), you citi obtain knowledge which
it has taken hundreds of yeurs and millions
of money lo acquire.   Dr. Pierce's Common
Sense Medical Adviser covers tbe field of
medicine and   hygiene   from   the  day of
Galen to the present hour.   The 1008 pages
of this great work are full of facts vital to
human  health and hspplnens,    The book
ia given away, being sent entirely freo on
ieceipt of stamps to pay expenee of cus-
l)oms and mailing only.   Send 31 one-cent
(Vitamps for the book in paper covers or 50
-ay-uups for the cloth bound book.   Address
lbs K. V.*Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
he ignorance of
his ancestry.}"
* ' ^Thc crow ia in
some  things 'in
advance  of"tho    	
, human     family^ j    -   .'      "     '	
There are scare-    rT''T    l\/l    PP
.crows-which ' -J-.-i���LXO���Oj
scare d<: ' 6'u r
'""H. B. ST0NEX,;'.,', /.fi
|j 'ifOpposite Central jllotel, ltovolstoke.      ," >' 1'
^Liitliefiiitl'.Gen'ei'iilfMacliihe Work,    f
"���   "'  y* Piomptly -.Executed. "   ," > fl'
,.9. ',9. ���",,Archer,"\ioi\ S. S.'"Lardeau.
s.       J     ."'Am. -..��� J. f e>     "     <"
' Running  betv\een   Arrowhead,., Thomson's
Landing and Comaplix, commencing OcUUth,
l(HlI."tt ill sail as follows (weather permitting):   / *-
JLciivo "Arrowhead-for  Thoniho'n'b'L.uuliut*    A ���*
nnd Comaplix twice daily at 10k. and 15k.    ���   -���     , -.
,   Leave Clonvipli*; anil Tlionison's Landing'for   t
'Ariowhend tn ice daily lit 7.1jlc. and 12.45k.  ^-   .  r-
,   Jinking'close coniicotiotiH  with' all C. P. K.    S'
Hams,in,l boats. ,       .   y"   r ���*-,  V   ��� -   ,-*
( ^^      j   1 -.
Tho owners reserve the right to change times *
of Sailing-, wuliout notice, v   ,   ' < ,  -c       ,
Tinn I'-KKn'itomNSON i.uKiBicit'co. ivtd. ���
>'_',. --7/'     ">' V. noniNSON. A* s J'f
1  ,.,   "ry> * *'< Miinnging Director.   '
Wing Chung's newly- im-
, ported  'stock-of  Chinese'
and Japanese goods:
The best assortment ever
landed   in_ Revelstoke   of
and'    ornamental
Toil services
Haskels v
Cane Ch.iiis
IfiindKci chiefs
*        Flo wor Pots
Umbrella Stands
Lunch li.iskets
Smoking Jackets
Silk Goods.
Kino-L slock of candies and fruit in town.
Front Street, Revelstoke ���
must win-upon their
merits. ' TEe International
Dictionary has won a
greater. distinction upon
its merits and is in more
general use than any other
work'of1 its kind in the
English language.
A. IT. Sajce, IX.1)., D.I)., of O-sford
L'liiver-lly, England, hits leccntly said of
il: It is indeed a marvelous work; it is
dilllcnlr to conceive of a dictionary more
exhaustive and completer- Everything is
in it ���not only what we might expect to
Iinel 111 such a work, hut also what few of
us would ever have thought, of looking for.
A supplement to the new edition has
lii-niiglit'it fully up to date. I havo been
looking through the latter with n feeling
of nsin.llslunent nt lis'completeness, nnd
the iimoiiut of labor that litis been put
into it.
- A Test in Pronunciation " which HlTortls a I
I pleasant and instructive evening's cutcr-
j tuinment.
Illustrated pamphlet also free.
G. ��5 C. MERRIAM CO., Pubs..
Springfield, Mass.
Colds Are Dangerous.
How often vou hear it, remarked:
���'It's only a cold," and a few days biter
h'-ii'ii that the man is on his back with
pneumonia. This is of such common
occui'ience that 11 eol'd, however slight,
should not be disregarded. Ohnruber-'
Iain's Cough Remedy eounteiiicts any
tendency toward pneumonia. It always cures ancl is pleasant to t.-i-ke.
For sale by ill! druggists. ���* '1
Wm. Fleming,
- i Wliolesnlu and Itclnll /     -.
Meat Merchant.
Fish   and, ,Game 'in   Season,
Firsti St., Revelstoke.
Tenders fop a. License to Cut Timber
��� 'on Dominion Lands in the Pro-
.    vlnce of British Columbia
CEALi:D TENDERS iieltlro'.tcel lo the Tun her
y iiudr'Jlines lirancli, Depnrlineiit of (lie
Interior, nnd marked on tho envelope -'Tender,
lor Timber, Uerlli No. SSI," will be rcconed'at
this Departinont until noon on WuhiuMlny, llie
,14th dti) of May, 1901, for a license to cut timber,,
on Hertli'No. HSt. comprising the South-HaSl
miurtoi or Section 111, Township HVHii'iiko II.
west of ihelitli Meridian, conliiiuuig an urea of
IM) acres more or le-s ,
. The regulations under which a license will bo
ismukI, also printed form of lender and einclone
niiiv bo'obtained nt (In-- Depiiitinent 01 at, tlio
olllco of tlie Crown Timber Agent at New VVest-
miui'.lcr,        ��   ,       ?  -. , , -���
Each tender 'must be accompanied by nu
accepted ch((|iie on a cliiirtoiod bunk in favour
of the Doput-   of (he Minister of llio fnloiior.
Notendoi l)j tolegiaiili will be entertained
.     .       -    <-! PERLEY G.'KKYES,,
i     ,        ,  u il I
Rumor that three;Ministers
will.be called to Higher   '
A> A- ' Positions.   ; ,  ^
l '        r ,       ,
A dospiitch horn Montreal, clnteel
Apiil 10th,'isn.v.s .���The icpoit is'
cm lent hoe to-dny, iind ih seemingly
cicdited by Libcials as'well sis by.Oon-
seivatives, that Cabinet changes are lo
be, made nt Ottnvva in 'the immediate
futuie., Thice of the present minister*!
it is asserted, will bo,, called to' higher
positions ymd so- miikoi , way for
new mcif; who are''either ordinary
meinhcis of,'the, I louse or associated
with the,, Cabinet without'portfolio!
linn, ClilVoicl'Sifton/Miuislor of the
Interior, it is r''nu 1*0,1 ccl^ will'Jjccoine
Ctuiiida's loinesentntiveon the .Indicia!
r * I I
Cpmmitteo of, the,'Privy  Council   in
for llio amount of the bonus which the uppji.     Kiiit|,imiI9��iiihI   liii. niMiml   nn-l u-ilMin
emit is propnroel lo p.i> lorn license    n      f       J->l,i*llVul> ,llK1, mS>'PieS011t PO.St Willi DQ,
Depiirtinont of tho Interior.   *   T
t'Otl.rwu, Apiiltllh, 1901
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\aWllfelClN 4 5KT��,MS '
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SawvMill Machinery';,''      5'
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Wood ,Working' Machinery   ,
v".-Machinery jor all purposes
. \ Alllo'fjery-best-makes.--'",.
I'ni'nf       >?-*-    '      "       V.*'
*cWiite,       ,,   , r       .' p      A    e   i
" " f002 Main St., Winnipeg,
filled by ,Mi\  \\. A McCieitry, M.
for Selkirk.      * -������    V   f-      ,)-'
ii i~,        - I    ,     ,   Tt
Hon.   Sidney  Fisher,   Minister''of
Agi-iciiltu'ic.'iiccoicling  to report, is to
occjipyfi new ollicc'to be cieated'that
Caiiiuli.ini minister ~bf General Trade,
^nvwliich, capiLcity he will, bfe Cnimdn's
-,   > , -. - . -.      j
representative'at nil world expositions.
IIe,-itf s alleged, will bo'"succeeded by
Mr. Robert   Bickciclikc,  member, for,
i   I        i i        * i - ^t
the fit  'Lawrence Division,rMontiCiil,
.iStMinistcuof Agiicultuio..,, ..���>���
Sir liichaid Curtvvright isolated, for-
tlic'Scmite,* .ind'-.the   Depurtnicnt of
Trade and   Cpmmci.ce,_it is said, vvill.
sn bsc< iu en t''s to ��� elevation $y ber* pi-esklcd,
.over by iMi. C.J S. llymnn, member for
1       , *   i i ���* i     - <*       i'*
'London, .xncLnowj a membeiyf'ofithe
Citbinet'without portfolio. ,-,, j" p-"- "
���u.   -  ^--1,     *        i ^ ' -       J*   ',*
*, .KotlunK eonfiimatoi-y of the tumor
can be,obtained.     *-   <   >     >-,' '      / t
who intend  moving  out  here within1
the next three years.    "' i 1
,    Several   puichii��eis, have   already
built houses and moved their families-
heic.      Some^of   the  hoiiscs'iilrqady
built   and   others r in haiiel  would do ,
ciedit   to   tho    linger    cities.     The
people'who  have  taken up' the land
aie for thoTiiost pint those  who   have���
made a��� success   of, faniiing   on  the
prairie,   and   feel   s-ati-fied   fhev'can- ,
make the same sueeess of  fiuit_giow-
ing'in tjieOkfiii'iig.i'n.     The"'great inducement foi them to lemove west r"si>
of course tbe climate.,    l(j'0   acres of
fruit-trees aie being   set,  out   in this
settlement'alone-;'   this   "year/' the-1
varieties   being   mainly  peaches nnd''1'
apples.     Grapes vvill alto be grown'to   ','
a largo extent.
A   cunning .factorvi
isto���hc cstnblishedyit Siimmprliind'
unci the outlook and prospects Lofythe
settlement aie eveeidi'nudy bright."
ii 'the, I ottoin*'
u <* Sick at Your^Slomach.'
,V y r- . ^       ,       I        I   l
Perhaps feej/ng a.-,
hud dibpped out ol y.'.ur Jifei , 'It's.
Norvilino pn wiin,. Xo'thing restoies-
quiet anclj^ordeiy to" tbe ,tom ch eso-
qiiickly.���All tt-uemi-.linob*- ni-ddnmsea.
goes'away, the <iminute% you take
Nen-viiine and an extra dose Or two is-
always suflieicntTto set'you up^in iirst-
"class^ shape. ' Neiviline ?isi nn ^oldj
tested icniedy for btoiii.ich .incl-^ljowel *
troubles and always c.nit be 'relied,011.-
Solel 111 huge 25c.,bottlcs. A   f l      ���,
4  i
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rlave it new and up-to-date-   < (y^     r J-
Get good paper and --workmanship Hy, steam power
Get your .'Printing.done from1 , 1       ,',
on New Presses  '
No matter vvli.ife"cl.iss of piinting you leqtiirc we can do ihfor you
-<    Loose leaf accounting systems'a specialty, *\
.. - ' Royal Mail Iiines.'r   . .
iCheapestyRoute to tho Old (Country.'
*'        ,"    -"    hALLAN UNE! ^ 'A,
From St. John, Ilahfav,-Portland, New Yoik.
Pioloiinn .*.    .'.. .*-         '    Feb   S
Lam Gillian         T.    . .."-"i    t." 1 h'vb IX
Ionian .... ' ' .. 4 Feb. 22
Sicilian . "' . >.. .��� .' ��-.* ?. ... Feb.'.'7
Havai 1,111 I   Jlar 0
,'   �� DOMINION* LINK���From1 Poitland.     t
Panada ..   " f T. -.      .Feb 0
Dominion    .-'     S    *   ��� .Feb.'27,
Canada   " (       .. ..  .   .,        Jlar 12
CAN. PkC. ATLANTIC"s!-S.-Fiom SI. Job- "ft
Lake uraiiitob.v    i1 .i.~.  .7 *~..'   ''Ji1"       -*"
Lake'Champhun" %..       .   ,J      "-1, n *"
LakeEne     y '-'���'������.       A .,.    i
.vyVIIirB STAR LINE���From Ncvv'Yv i,A\"
jrnjestrc't .* .'.'. ;..       '/.    .A. I ,x  ,,<-p.
Oceanic  }..">... ^ .      x       i .F>-i,
,1'cltic. ...
u_ CLKAIiErLINE-From NevvYoi k.^7^
, " 'Jf Women Only Knew/' -
*iTbiit bull thou ills arc due ,to inv
poveii-liiif-^ blood, they Vwould yuse
jfeiio/bi.e-ancl be saved"iots of. pain
.un! si.lltning (T, Feiro/one is a perfect
rood tort'1 beo bloo 1 and t supplies .'the
stict,'l;iheiiiii},r^"elements' .needed    to
maintain liualbh   and  vigor.      JFerro-
zone  'ls^'yplencbd   tonic'<for wealc
1 voiic women and cliives'>a\vayn'those
-��� " *k -otd feelings  of "'dead  weaiincss.
'. 11 bave stiength, lots   of it���your
"    ".lii'e.1 lomwill improve, you vvill 'feel
_     ".< a<~*4<*    .ts  "'���'   ��� '-    r ��
veins -younger   alter acomserof
Y.a^ l\ r ' eiio/.one which builds up 'the whole
Feb 2,i f   .,      ,  ,    -   * < .        _  .*     _^T-
liunian oiganism; biv'tit."--Price oOc.V,
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Fob. 25
Feb. 22
JVlar. 0
Pa'.senprers ticketed tlnoiiRh to all paits, of
Gi cat Britain and Ireland, and at specially low
liitesto all paits of 'the Euiopean continent.
Apply lo ne.nest railw ay 01 stenmshipagont or
T.  W.'BRADSHAW. Agent. Revelstoke
W. P.   F.'CUMIYIINGS.   Pacific Agent.
The Kootenay ,Mail Publishing Cov
A   Limited.- '- -     >    y
, ���,   'kevelstokb;b. ga
In Tlie World!
Don't be satisfied to work
along in the same old way
for low wages. We can
help you carve' out an successful career. 1 Thousands
have increased their salaries
by following- our plan. We
can train you in spare time,
ancl at small cost, for any
of the following positions:
Mechanical, Electrical, Steam, Civil, or
Mln'ig Engineer; Electrician; Surveyor;
Architect; Draftsman; Bookkeeper; Stenographer; Teacher; Show-Card Writer;
Window Dresser; or Hi Writer.
Wrlto TODAY, atntlnc which position Interests yon. to
Correspondence   ' Schools
Box 799, SCRANTON..M.1
Box 762. Nelson, B. C.
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'.The Nickel Plate mine in Similka-
nneen.piomises to be one of the biggest
mines in British Columbia. It' is
now being cqinp]iecl with the most up-
to-date m.ichinoty $2,000 000 have
abeatly been exnendid m development
work and pi,ml ,
x,'Jii a '.lioit tune the foico of, men
employed at the smeltoi will piob.ibly
be doubled, owing toj the,laige shipments ct'le.ul cvpcctcd .is soon .es the
goveinincnt .igiees to the modification
in*the payment of tbe^bounty on lead
The outlook t for'.1 larger ���supply ol
cojipci otc is also bright.���Tuul Cieek
Kevvs.   '   - ,, _
1 S.i^s" the -Camborne jMiiici- "The
jMincr is in' lcccipf of infoi m.ilion
"from a lchiiblc souicc^ t>5 the efl'ect
that the Kingston gioup of fiec-gold
claims, situated on Lexington mountain within1 llnoc miles of Camboine,
is under bond for H-L00.000, and that
.1 picliminaiy ex.iiiiiiintion fof the
ptopcity vvill be made not latet thiiti
June 1st of this year. Thc'p.utics to
whom tbe bond has been given agiecj
to spend a considci.iblo -stun in development of lhe ptoperty, this development to commence in Septembei,
J 904." '
a  r       -f*   * ^ ,.   ,J {' -- *. yi, , -1  -
- A'"��G ucrhsey; 0/ Quv Appellc' intends-    ' ,
staitinc .i-laiicl'iigene-y oilice here.   ,      -   t'
"   ~, 1A      e* ^.^ r^^.     ,y      ^.-.^
- A.-Gi.inb. of-Armstionjr'isi nbo'iit to- ~a-"u.
r h*       ,       (. V       -- -��  "- 1* '
startan implement business here. \J  *,   ,
fcTlie roads from heic-toSimjlkameen-'' A~
iue'r'iy shocking-   condition,',.-uiel .the  ��" f  ''
freighters <i"ie loud   rji1 cthbir,Jdcriunoi- 1 '    *.%t.
ofHhe-' i\fcl3ridc 'goveinmeiib  for1?the-f ,*.
inc'apacify' shown', byv'the lands ancL
worksfdep.il fctnent."   'The  feiuyyover"/-" *-
the Siinilkuhieen rife'r is out. iThough    f "
'there aie such washouts oiu'tho'', loads"..    <
as'make theni''impassable no effort is- J f ���
made  by.,,the /government "'to repair   7'
them. '   Five' carloads  ofimachinerr*
and' supplies Jot-   the ' iSTickel   Plate  -
mine- a"ie   held "here   waiting'   trail- .   ,
spoitatjoh, though L^Cf Barnes,  vvho^^J",'
has the-freighting contract has made
overy-efioit to get it thi ough land has,-/,'   ,
three six horse teams on the road."     '   "      '
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, There is great scaicity,of lumber in ^
the Okanagnn Valley..   Builtlings'ivrc
going up in nil  directions,  but Sufficient, lumber   cannot   be got to any���'
thing like meet the demand.     Three
new mills vvill shortly be in "operation ,
but cvrn'*thcsc will   not  be sufficient   >
for local leqitiienier^ts  , '"
J. Iluntoy, of Aimstiong, di.ts
pin chased''the traction engine and
saw mill machinery clam aged by fire at
the Suniinci land Sawmill Co'synrd at
.Meadow valley, and is moving the
plant to his farm near Ainistrong,
\vlicic be will establish^ another sawmill * Tie can get a,000,000*ft nf logs
to cut ,-
The  Hardest Pain to  Endure
its   tho  p.iin   of  a   tender coi 11. but
c.xpot lonce"Jnoves _ that ���> coins    are ���
cuied quicklv   hy   Putnam's  Painless
Coin E.\t!.ictni.""ivliich icts in tvveutv-
*        '     , ,
four boms.     r?'itiinni's never burns or
causes soies.     The on I v painless cure
is Putniim'o.    Use no othci. ���
Towards the foot of the Okanagan
Lake is being' oigiini/ed a settlement
which is an eye-opener to residents
of British Columbia. Two years ago
F. M. Robinson intciestcd Sir Thos.
Shiiughncssy and other eastern
capitalists in the puiehase of the
Beiclay ranch of about 5000 acres.
While there is some steep mountainous
country, suitable only for stock range,
the bulk of the property consists of
terrace lands above the white clay
bluffs of the lake. These lands consist of good soil, and by an excellent
irrigation system water is being laid
on over the property. J 1 he estate has
been subdivided mainly into ten-acre
lots, and these are being rapidly taken
up by  Manitoba and Ontario   people
After weeks of torture, Oscar-
Leonaid, of Philadelphia, born without a nose/ but desirous of having
one, is ou the road to succes��. A
finger, which ia to supply the place of
the missing oigan, was cut away from
his hand, and Leon.tid will soon have
a full-fledged nose. The operation
was pei foi nieel in Univci.-iiy ho-pit.il
by Dr. Cnailes Fntsier. Leonard
sought a nose several months ago. A,
finger tip was cut oil", the man strapped
to a cot, the flaps of the skin on each
sideofthenas.il ipercure cut in fl.ipo,.
and the flaps sewed to the sides of his
finger. When the skin had knit.the
finger was amputated at the second
joint. ,The arm was paralyzed, but
after several hours' muss.ige responded
to tho will of the patient. Surgeons
believe the arm soon will be well ancl.
that the nose will be much like that
of the average man. r The only unfavorable symptom thus far is the
coldness ol the new organ. The-
surgeons are seeking some way to heat-
it. v THE KOOTENAY"- MAIL.  ..:   COligll  MeclieijQes  '���������     ' All Kinds, All Sizes'    *  Just  opened  at  the  CANADA DRUG &  -BOOK CO.  HEVELSTOKE  B. C.  - e >      i tj  local andfGeneral.  - W. A., Ifotilc iinvv.hii- in hand the  .building of residence.- for P. .lack.-on  -.ind   B.  Van    Ilorno.on   Third   ancl  >TX>urth -street- ie-peeiivel.v.  '        One bundled ami   Iwe-lve Chiiiiimcn  ��������� ' paid the fee of ifiiiOO each for- the privi-  lege of .-c*(tiny ,fool   fni (Canadian soil  upon iirriviil   c>f  tlio'empres-ar A'un-'  ���������c'ouvei thi-,week.   , ,   ,  - The Kc cJsrokfffliisiiriince  Agency,  ' Ltd.. report the sa'le of lots 1, 2 iind. 3  In Dlock I. opposite rhe City   hotelr'to"  Prod Forrest, of Albert  Canyon*.     W.  ���������J.'George was the seller.  a-     On Tiie-diiyiiit noon   lire bruke out \  in the roof  of -.1. Sh.iw'.- vacant hou.-e  on IViugln.-  .-treet   1 nit   was   -oon 'ex-  -tingui-lied   by   No. , \    brigade. . No  cause' can be '-usigiu-d 'for, the. tire. ���������  ',     The members,of the Ladies'. Aid   in  connection vvith the Methodist church  are to be congratulated on   the  result  of the splendid work done by  them at  the sale oi vvuik and, concert.     After  paying,all   expenses   rhey   expect to  -clear $250. '- ,,     f  . The.death of Orange Hamilton, u'no  yof the original- locator.y of th'e Lucky  ��������� Jack, at Poplii'r. and 'well known heie  whore his si-ter.- rc*ide, i.- reported n-  - having oucuried in Cilirary !n*t week.  Jlis relatives h.-ivt" iccrived no t-cin-  /iniiiftion of tlie repoit.  The laeros-e club' executive met  "Wedne-oay evening when matters in  connection with tbe soa-on*- pro-  .gi.immo wore dealt \i ith but have not  .-is yet been definitely decided.' An  invitation has been iceeivcd to play at  Kaslo on Victoria Day.  Theie   j>.i���������ed   tluoiigh   Revelstoke  'Tuesday, consigned  tei   the   at. Louis  fair,  a   .-ample   of   Ilritish   Coluinbin  toria Dav under iiianagcnieiit of tho  Fue Department. Prizes to amount  of !)i2,000rwill be given, the programme  consisting of football 'tournament,  band competition, hose reel races and  athletic events.  Several Cuniborne residents propose making their homes in . the  Okanagan Valley. " L. Kaynham has  taken up,a farm on the Nickel Plate  road, ten miles from Pcnticton. It.  Shields is negotiating for a ranch near  Vernon, and E.'J. Bran ford has also  in .view locating there.      ' , ��������� -  Nelson Daily Xows,- April. 17.���������"II.  II. Ward received woi-'d from Montreal  yesterday ol the death of his .brother,  li. E. Ward, in that city carlier'in the  day.,:  The late Mr"  Ward was manager of the Molson's   Bank  at Revelstoke and hist December obtained   six  months leave of absence on the ground  ol ill health.    He passed through this  cit}-, at  the close ;of the year,,on his  way to sp-.-.thorn   California,  and later  went >or   to   his   homo'in Montreal,  where bo died   yesterday.   ,'Tlio, de-  censed - w'ns !'17 years  of ago and had  been in the Molson's bank service ,for  nearly 30 years.,     lie, was   formerly  manager at Ridgetowh,  and .later", at  Port'Arthur,   Out.-, - previous   to   his'  coming west.    His wife died at-Rcvel-  st'oke liists'y.-uigusD .and   no  children  su'r.vive liim:'' ' r"~ '    ,,,  <   <    " -! ���������  '  Business Locals.  Corporation of the City of, -  ' 'Revelstoke.  IsTOTIOE.  TURNING OFF  WATER.  i Notice is hereby given  that to-morrow, Sunday,  the 24th inst., the Water  Supply . will be SHUT  OFF at the main for  cleaning ���������out purposes  from 2-30 to 3-30 p.m.' \  ��������� Precautions will be  taken to have the supply  immediately resumed in  case of fire.  "_>    j -���������_   ,  , By order ,    ,  -v ,/    HA. BROWN,  April 23, 1904.'     Mayor.  at.   Bows'     Drug  citv  ������i  and  Souvenir- china  Stoic. ���������'  Revelstoke- and   Trout   Lake  lots for sale.    IT. N. Coursier.   '  ' For Sale���������A New Williams cabinet  machine.���������Apply JCootii.vav Mail. ���������  Pickles. Ro-Ktt's best  mixed assorted, special 20c. at' C. 13. I fume & Co'.-.  To rake up old scores try Lawrence's.  for rakes, hoes, etc.   ,    ' '       c  . i.  Sweet pea seeds,  lawn  grasses  clover seeds,-the best only, at   Canada  Drug .v- Book Co.  , The St. Leon Hot Springs has been  opened and is now ready to accomodate visitors, 4 ���������������  vUp-to-date shirts and collats at  Macdonald & Monteith's.      '   .'  The;Revelstoke' Insurance Agency  Limited, have already 'adjusted' the  fiie ,loss'recently sustained by .J. A.  Morgan on his furniture.. One'of the  advantages in doing business with  lii-st-clii's" lire companies i- their  promptness in iidjiistingclaims.   '  Mac House vvill be in this city in a  few days making a1 delivery of portraits from Reid Bros. Studio, To-  ronto.  Fancy note paper and envelope.-, all  kind-, at Canada Drug A- Book Co?.  Dig in and try a spading fork or a  spade for spring gardening, at Lawrence's.  All kinds of given vegetable- .it  Macdoniilil A- Montt-ith'-.  *  Lymans c.irbolic tooth powder, best  for the teeth.     Red Cross Drug Store.  Travellers   visiting   Revelstoke will  .find   the'best   accomodation at  timber in the  shape of a   huge cedar j Cen<trnl Hot,.,_ AbrilhftIIle0n   B:���������=. 0  .-lump   caremlly cm   in   section- and,     C. B. Hnme A Co. l.ave   l*cn oneri  niiii keel so thai it  may be rebuilt and  placed on exhibition.  After   the   unprecedented  all modern conveniences. ' Stone  foundation,', corner lotr 68-xlOO, all  graded ancl in lawn and garden, sidewalk and city light. ; Location, . one  block from City Hall. Ri:vnr,SToivi*  LvsuitAxci: Aoexcy. Ltd., 'Mor.so.vs  Bantk Brjinnixo, ',  A fine hair brush-can be   bought at  Iiews',rDrusi 'Store.    "   ,.     ���������"' "f    '  . - ���������' i  For a nice suit.pf  clothes .that will  fit you go to Macdonald it MonlcitliV  ' Athletic goods of  all   kinds'al ways  in stock at the Canada Drug  &  Book  Co.' - "Maiborders   paomptly attended  t0* "<������������������   '' '        , '  When you come to  Revelstoke h'il  the Central Hotel bus* to take you to  a   good   hotel. ,   Abrahamson   Bros.  Props.      " ���������->"-",  , Japanese bond, the hew and fashionable stationery, in boxes or bulk at  the Red Cross Ding Store.      " '''  ..New Scotch linoleums , in (.the new  OrientaT'shades '.in wide,'and narrow  width ���������C. 11. Hume & Co.'  The Revelstoke Insurance Agency,  Limited, have reecived a, large con-  signmerit of.pianos and organs "which  will be,on show in their new' ivatc  house on 'First Street during next  week.  New band bags ahel chatelaines just  in by express. Latest colors and  shape,- at the Red Cross Drug Stoie.'  We have now got all our now wall,  paper m. They are the newest de-dens  a turn 11 prices. - Come and see the  sample books befo.e you choose. Canada Drue & Book Co. ,   - /    ���������  ,A Bfy SX\P FOR A rent 'victim���������Five   room   cottage   on    Con-  naught   Avenue,   near' Union   Hotel.  $250 down  and   balance  in  monthly  the! payments.     This  is a snap.    Ri:vi:r.-  STOKE INSURANCE AOT..VCV, LTD.. MOf.-  fov- B.v.\-k Btrn.nivc-.  Read Qi. B. Ifunic- it Co's advt. on  fir-t paee* of thi������ issue.  store will be taken ' by J.' Nailer, of  Vancouver, who is expected to arrive  Monday. . ��������� ,    -  i. F. B. Luwis ,rs away' at Nelson on  business connected with. the Smelter  Townsite - '  II. N. Coursier,. is oh a.' visit to  Ferguson to adjust the firo loss at the  Windsor Hotel. ' >��������� ' '  'Mrs. Hedstrom entertained" - it  number of her friends at a party on  Thursday evening. ''       .   '    ���������'  .T. Jackson, who is looking after the  riineffof (.ho  late   R. It.,McLean, was  in the city this week. ,  Mrs. J>.  li.  Curveou   has   gone   to  t- ��������� .  Rosslaud whore she was culled through  (ho illness ol" her mother. '���������        ;  J. Kcrniighan left for Chiciigo lust  Monday. lie expects to be nbscnL  from lhe city about three, weeks.  ,  ���������I. (i. Miiedonald,' of' Mnedon.'ild   A  ilnuluit.il, visited the  coast, this week'  i en business, returning this morning. ,  The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian  church will hold a bazaar ancl entertainment in the opera botise'on Mayfi.  ,  J.'NT.  Montoith,' of   Miiedonald ' A-  .(        -' j.  Monteil.li, received the sad news today  of the 'death -of  his 'mother in Nova  Scotia.,     '* *; '' "' ,  , ��������� A. Mcl'hiiil, express, messenger on  fho Arrowhead branch^' is -in the  hospital where he hud  performed foi- appendicitis  - Mrs. II. A. Brown cntertsiined'about  sixty young people lust'Monday evening at a dance, which wns given to  celebrate the'/.coming of age other  son, Frank Brown.s Mrs. Brown being an excellent hostess a most enjoyable time was;-'spent by all those  fnituniitc enough to be present.  Mr.-. W, II. Pratt' gave an exceedingly pleas,nit euchre puffy last  Thursday afternoon. ' There were five  bibles. The first pn/.o was won by  Mrs-. If. A. Brown, and . the'second by  Mrs. J. M. Scott. The dainty'hand-j  painted tally cards >- formed an'-'extremely pretty feature of the afternoon.  Some-charming new hats and gowns  weie in evidence.       '*  Besides these,wo have a large ii.-s-cirtment of  Now is the time to buy yoiir garden  tools, our stock iu these i.s the largest ever kept in the city. A few  things needed for spring :���������Rakes,  lloe-s. Spades, .Spading Forks,' '  Sprinkler.-, etc. ��������� <(  Which wo must got rid of at. it'rod need  rate, to make room fur other goods, which  are arriving daily.. Hedge , Trininicr.s,  Lawn Rakes, Rubber lloso in all sizes,  Lawn Mowci*. in two dilVOront. kinds and  - four size.- are mining,the many.        i'  see our tools before pun-busing.  .W.-.MfL'AWRENCE,  ICind.s ur, IIakimvaim:,.-  i , '1  fin  opera tion  Get  Your  Union-Made at  M.A; /Wilson,* ?SSylfe  Mckenzie avenue  .NEXT -TAYLOR 'BLOCK.  The only place in. town vou .can trot. if.  "p . i- ������   ,  the railway line last week b'jth east  iind wust. it was a gieat relief when  tiaflic vvas once moie resumed vvith  oomching like it- accustomed regularity. Four passenger trains came  through from the wet on Monday.  ' Po-teirs aie  out  announcing u celebration to be beld itt   Ciilir.n-v- mi,Vic-  Social & Personal.  -J. W.   B<*nnett   returned   Mom'  Don't '  coi it-11  wniiy   over  your  nidciie-e.   Trv mn-  , ing 4 cars of hardware thi*. week. ..  |     .*250'i���������Finr-    7-rOum    rorl-ice     on  block oii|mhc'm.���������/i(.   u,.,,.���������..   .,.,-.)���������   ,.,Jtl.lr,Jl;r(f|  and ccur-pii-'te i;i (-���������. ry de:.t i SOxlW  feet corner lot*. K,i.-y t.'-rni*. 'Ri.vkl-  ..-toki; fx-t;i: vve t. Ar.KS' v, Ltu    Mor.-  sONs Bv*.-K   fjl II.DIVC!. ��������� C '  'You ������ill ..lw.,y- find   :ir,   ,t tend. nr. ^ ,-,.,������������������ ., v]^ w r,ort].m(L  at our electric fitting   and   plumbing,     j.-  shops.     We   supi "y   the be-t a-^ort- '  ���������nient  of electric  fittine- in the citv.  Moscrop Bros ^  Guy Barhpr experts to ic-turn from  bis busine������- trij.) down ea-t about May  1st, when ho will b.ive -ome fine ������tr,ck  to otTer for s.ile  itinir  , ('lib,ride of   hinc. C.irbolic Acid nnd !     -|  JapaneseBona Stationery;(',n,������,,,,,r r <';-;;���������-v-;-'> ->|,������  r ��������� J  .-tiontr. ai Cunail.i Ih-ii^iV- B(ok Co-.   s,H,  and yum- vvm-ric- uie ovoi  vvith       A   few point-   in  it- la im-  a line-  ,     C. I!. Ifiinit' iV Co. hav  r vmk.I -(plan-   ju-t   the   thintr  ilium- oi -ittinsr room-.    \Ipmh  -flO 00 for ,*7..-,().  irt  or bod  r pi ice  L. Patrick, of Calgary, is vi  ���������' bi--i-*rfr. Mi-. F. HoOley.  (,'orv >feiilimick, of  Cairihornc. was  I r v  j it visitor to the city thi- vveek.  j     Mr. and Mr*. I). McKeiuie retnuipel  ! from tbeir bone-yiiKiori   trip thi- v.'-ek.  i     Tlir- Duke  >>f   Sitthcrliind nnd party  pii--C-(l thiiiiigh on No.i thi- moriiiug.  he (I.itc en' the B.iehelor-i' Ball h.i1-  en e;h.ingeil to Tliui-da.v next. Apiil  Sfb  How.ud Tru������>m,tii, (J. 1*. Ic. tiicin.in.  rctnnnd y.--tcril,iy liom a trip to the  coo-t.  It's good linen bond  It's  put up in boxes or'l)0''t plumbing, j  in bulk  You can buy as much or  as little as you like,  ITS  NEW  and Fashionable.  ,    r n-|-,vn.. of W.  flT.'O���������A   good   I'-room   hon-e with'f",M"! !"u    '-vciiin-.'  .-'cc our .-took of Stationery  before   buying.     We   have  the Inte-t novoltie-.  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  .1. A. Hcckiiam.  u-t west of the ������'hool  liou-ie-, nice g.irden   and   l.iwn.      K.ity  ' ti-rm-' can be arranged.     I'EVr.r stoki:  1 iN-triiAMi:    Ae.iAey,    Lrii,   Meir.-ov?  Bank Bi.'ii.divo.  Don't ni'U'lcct to have your phutos  while- Trieman i- heic. lie will re*-  niiiiii thi- vi-iit rill Widnc-day e-ven-  inir. April 27th.  Just arrived���������full range of the  celebrated -Trr-ton B. k'oith" shoes  for men. Don't fuil to =ce them at  W. J. Ocorge's.  BEST REAL ESTATE BUY LV  TffE CITY���������A neat attractive 8-roorn  house, well built and conveniently  arranged, hot nnd cold water bath ancl  niiii-tc:     Hi.-  jil.ici  J, < icorjie'-. b-.ivc-  for New Wct-  ut   Mr. fb ,\\.',.'*  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hoi  Water & Steam)Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Electric Lamps, Door BeJIs and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures %nft Put In.  Second Street, Revelstoke  GRAND SUCCESS  Was Bazaar and Concert,Held  '.  by Methodist Ladies Aid. ',  Oif'Tuesday' the ' Ladies' Aid " in  connection with the Methodist church  held in the Opera house, theii bazaar  nnd concert which was an unqualified  success, and by all accounts the ladies  deserved success sis they have worked  early ancl late. The following ladies  presided over the various departments:  Refreshment!*���������Mrs. .Lund, Mrs.  Hecl������trom, Mrs. Kino,iid, Mrs. Corley,  Mrs. Pi-ttipiec-p.  Sale:���������M:.-. Lee. Mrs    D...vn������. ' Mrs.  Nettle  Cindy���������Mi-. Thompson. u  '   le-e cit'.im���������Mis. Diiiis.  In the  evening   the   concert    took  place befoiea large audience in  which  the following .uti-ts took part:       The  Revelstoke Orche.-tr.t,  which as usual  gave gieat s.iti-faction; it bfigho   little  gill named .Myrtle  Cathcls.   who sang  "Little Boy in Bluc"iind aquittcd herself so well its to call forth nu  encore.  -Ne't'dle-s to say   Mesdames   Dent   and  Cieclman   sang   in  'their  usual style  nnd plea-c-d the audience   immensely,  as did Mrs. Wilk-.      Mr. * Humphreys  gave a lecitiitimi entitled "An   Eye lo  the Putine".'in which he depicted  the  difference   between   married   life   and  courtship, unci   caused   great "amusement.     Mcscl.imca   Wilks  and   Bows,  dressed in   Oriental   costume,  gave  a  very   beautiful   duct entitled  "Ruth  and Naomi".      Then   came  the great  event of the evening the Peak Sisters,  and according to the sister in   charge,  Cuomii     by,   name,   this   remarkable  combination had been loft orphans ut  tin early age anei gone through a great  deal of trouble, but  the audience  did  not believe it for snid the young   men  iiOiii our ceiriesponelent they,ull   look  well,   bejtli   ru   beauty   and   physique,  iinel   great   desire   was   expressed by  certain young men tq locate the  Peak  Siste;!--,   and    this   desire    was   nioio  forcibly expre-ce-d   after the display of  tbeir ability on the stage.     Of course  nutiiy thought Citssia  was   too  Severe  on poor Sophiit, but he that as it   may  all seemed   to   enjr.y   tbo   delightful  harmony of the remarkable  gain\y of  Peak Sisters   whom    wc   are told  got  their   musical   education at   the prc-  .-ierviitciry at Arrowhead.  Misses Dent find Wood ley played  an iriHtrumeritrl duet very cleverly.  The tableau vivmita were very well  done indeed, but the baby seemed  ru ther still' us it took its flight.  OUR-NEW  WallPapers  Aiti:'0i'i:.\ Foit  Youk'I.v.sitotiu.v.  '    n-UOJl   Rich   tjiilni-iiii,'- -in .11 ill   .mil  ,    l      liCKim l)ii-ii;ii-. to  Diinlv (Jliamlim -  1211 oct- ,oin    Stock   an,I   I'ricus shonlil  _,iiici!l  lliu  must   o-c ictiiii;. ro iiiiiuiiionta.  ti-     ,    *���������. r -     ''--.���������;"���������'-  % Howson & Co.,  Fupnltune Da aloes'.   Plotupe Fpiimln?.  Undertakers & Einbalmaes.   ,    ,  Neatly and   [i Jh^Kodtena^  Expeditiously ���������   -,'������������������'- ;-,.  Mail Office.  Executed at,  THE HOTEL VICTORIA  E. E. LKASON. -.   f  ,      VICTORIA, ,       -'       B. C.''  American and European Plan,  American Plan S2.H0   ml Upwards.  Steam Heated. Sample looms.   rp-ppyy  THF flWI fBESTAUMI,T  I ML       U II L First Street,  Ka-,1 of .Vlolions Hank       - ��������� .Revelstoke.  For youi' meal.*.. Ope-n day and niglil.  Meals 25c and iipvv.uel. Special weekly,  i.ites.    Good service guaranteed.  '     '   YODO FU.III,   Propi-ietor.  TJiNION   CAFE  Good row .fc Vincent, Pi-ops.  Ea*>t. of Imperial Bank      *���������     .  ���������*   *   Fines!'Cafe in Revelstoke    '������  Open All Day and Night  Sfied Potatoes for' Sale  The following varieties, of .-ecel potatoes  may be had fiom the undersigned :  Early, Harvest1  Gem of Aroostook -  Pat's Choice  Carman's. No. 1 & 3  Tho fir-t-iiamotl highly recommended.  Original  ioorl  irom  Daich & Himtur, London.  See Uioir <li)scrir>tivu catalogues.  BUSHEL.S1.50, SACK 100 LBSS2  (lash with nrdoi-i. Will bodolivoied at  I,jiiderl)v -(.it ion paid to Ro vol-to Ire a-  soon as> woalhor r������orniiL-i. Supply limited.  Fii->t c'Hiio- fir->t -soriod.  W. ELSON, Enderby, B. C  Revelstoke  1  , L  Dairy-���������^rx  Vi. A.  KEVUMj, Proprietor  Orders received for milk, cream  find  fresh' butter,  Customers can rely on having on their  requirements filled daily *  Ch'as. Sam. Woe  WASHING, LAUNDRY  LABOR CONTRACTOR    l t  FRONT, STREET  (Opposite,losli I rouse, Gold Hill irotel  IJuildinjr.*  Bevelstoke Opehestra.  Under the above auspices a  1'OI'UI.AR  Concert &  Dance  Will be given  in the  OPERA. HOUSE  On THURSDAY, MAY 19.  Wm. Fleming",  Whole-ale and Kclail  Meat Merchant.  Fish   and   Game   in   Season,  First St., Revelstoke.  A   XOVKI, PROGRAMME.  I  Tickets iiOc. Dance Free.  A Pew Kesei ved Seats 75c.  SMOKE  KURTZ & CO'S CIGARS  The Best on tha Market.  1  '. 4  KURTZ'S OWN  KURTZ'S PIONEER  KURTZ'S SPANISH BLOSSOM  lire Brands that can't be beaten.  MADE BY UNION LABOR.  I'i  ' *  I


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