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 Y     V6l.  ll;-No. o-    ,  REVELSTOKE, R ;C, APRIL 30, 1904.'  $2.00 Per Year.  TERRIBLE FIRE;  "MO\\ 1- the tunc to iiincmo those goods needed for the improachih'"'  ,    Y   . "il''"1 ,7!,lt,!������r-     Our, stuck J.- iio������- complete unci wc Are showing "  ' the finest range otfLadies J>re.*s Hoods. \\-,i������1i .Muslin-, Blouses, Tuilor-  ,   made U>-tunics.-Boots ami Shoe?, a'nd Gents' Furnishings,to he hud"  '    '        "      ' .*    <ln t!ip city.  f   i'i' '���������'      .'..'' n    ;  In Dress Goods  , I f ��������� , 1 - * r        ' ���������* * I  Canvas; Cloths,  Flakes;  .Voilles,' Sicilians,' Greiiedines,  '"-Vicuna Cloths, are'among,, the newest weaves, we  are  'J ' showing.     Ranging in prices from 50c. per yard up. -���������������  In Wash Goods  ,.   '   -     I,,   1 .-. ���������. 1 ��������� ��������� . 1. ^.  Our  stock," was never 'so-complete ,in   Flaked   Linen,  Voilles," VVhite and* Colored Vestings,  Zep'liyrs, 'Fancy  Sti-ipe'.'Muslin. Chambrays, and Grivthms Prints.   , , t  .1     ,   '*'';���������? ;   Prices from'ioc per .'yard-up. ' *'''"    ,;  _    : .Our���������Specialty ..in Ready-Make Clothing, . -"  Jn Ladies  (ioods^our, Stock ?is varied  and  complete   iii, Tnilonnade  y- CostumeSj Skirts, JJlouso*/CottoiyUi)(lenvciii',J"e'tc.   ,���������    '    *���������  . We arejsecond'td none, in up-to-date ."styles''and values  in .Suits/ -Pants.T/Shirts.'-' Natural   Wool, and' Silked ,  ."'v   'Balbriggan (J.nder.ueaV. ,    Hats and Caps. -:  '*     ���������   .���������"���������"'' Prices within'rea'ch of all. ";'".';   v  ., ,,,Diessmaking-Dep;mnieh:, in'connection with -line in ehaigeof "i"  .'','-' .     '     ���������     T\Iis> \\-ilsnii .'       ,        l .    *'  Fernie 'Wiped Out.^-Damages  Estimated at $500,000." '*"*  { y [ByToloBraiih.] ,  "    ������������������   ,  Fernie,jThis day ./-Fire broke here  at 3 o'clock Friday  morning  and  before subdued  at S  9'dock  had  practically -,vipe'd out tho  whole of  the busincFS .portion   of  the ,town  and some private residences.-  'Owing to the poor; water  supply tho  firc-'brigade((were .unable  to check  thcepread of  the/flames.     Every  grocery  and   dry-goods' store  ,\vas  burned.     Rain  was falling during  tlie progress'of the fire but .-.despite"  this advantage it gainedyheadway,'  eating its way steadily through the  business district, consuming nearly,  six blocks and causing  ah estimated damage of * half a  million-dol-1  Jars.    .It  is   believed  the fire will  ultimately benefit the  town  as it  will-' be. rebuilt1 with  substantial  structures. r Building'1 will-'com-  mence at once.    *       "r   \   *   "  " ' i  the commons:  Long Sitting on Grand Trunk  - , /���������" , - Pacific^ '       '  "/     ', -.   (Hy Tolcf-rniili.J  Ottawa,   This   day. ��������� There' ,is  every prospect of  the houso sitting  continually from Thursday evening  1  s   * 1 '     1  until Saturday  night.    Laurier ,is  'determined to'put the Grand>Trunk  measure through. ',  <    "     ," ���������  1 ,"' ��������� '    1    -  |     A parliamentary .train will probably be arranged  from   Halifax tb  1 -        '       i        / l  British Columbiaito carry members  of parliament, board .of ��������� trade and  .press men thiough western Canada  lo'see the best features of the coun-  LATEST   ^    y  Telegrams.  Flower Seeds, Vegetable Seeds, Grass Seed  ',, ," Onion Sets: /All the best varieties  G-arden Tools  Hoes, Rakes. Spades. Porks, Sprinklers,  ,   ,    , Lawn Mowers, Scythes, etc.    ���������.. <  ,\ vTA'VLOR  BLOCK." AfcKEXZlE AV.E.,.rRRVRr.STOKE."\  ALBERT GANYON  .   'Illness of Kruger. -  Men tone, "April 29.���������Symptoms  'of a(cerebral affliction'are apparent  in Kruger and Mie is? extremely  weak.,       ���������������������������',-        -- -  A-  TMc01ary's Famous Stoves, and Cooking  . ��������� ���������' , \   Utensils, Stove Repairs.' , ���������'  .Hope, Xuils. Chiiin, Ii-oii, Steel,'Cutloiv', Rifles, Aninimiiti6ii,  ( , - J'lsliing.T.icklc,'Window tiliisr'-, I'liint-,; Oil-., etc.  Headquarters" for  Groceries,- Harness, -? etc.  . -* fV.  Mail  Order  "Dept.  Write  For  ome ,  '    ^     Samples  limited <���������  DEPARTMENT   STORE  *   ��������� \ ��������� "   ' .  - ,  From our own Correspondout.- "'  '"-The hunters aie bu^yVound heie 11s  the goat and tlie bear^1 e on the move.'  Tlie rb.uUo,tlie hot spring will soon  he cje.ir.of.' biioiv..   Vititoia   me   cor-r  dially welcome.-      ,'    ..'        ��������� v  Mcssis/Steel  unci   C.iilson  were up"  Sihe'r cieek .to do, their assessment  w'oik, but ^ the -snow  was too deep,  they had to,ietiun home acnin.  :.- _iM k ./Wilson, .scho.ojy i nspccto'r, ' ui -  rived li'eie" unci 'exan'iined t'lialcliildien.'  The lcsult was beyond his expectations.  Tlie paient- should' be  highly pleased  with"such  a .leport. . Cheat  ciedit is  (hie to our teacher  wlio can look back  with   piide   and 'satisfaction' on"'the  time and patience  .-pent in educating  the   childien   since   I.i-t    year'-   inspection.  '1 .   St. Louis-Exposition.  ' St!   Louis,   April' 29. ���������- Thirty  thousand men, are working tonight  f l  placing the ^finishing touches on  the exposition', which will be  opened at noon tomorrow.  o-o<kh>o-6-o<hd<>:6:6<^  REID-& YOUNG 4 A.  spring Underwear  Natural wool.' line satin linished puiu wool, n  nice  ch.uiiie honi wintei weight-.    (������1 /\(\  o  ff-| m  Porgaiinent<   <M.UU ������ vDI.DU.  B.ilbrigon in black and natural Cfiloi. _ ��������� jcr  Pei icct washing goods at  pei gai ment    /3L.  French Health Underwear, beuutilnlly        <ri jrn  finished, at, pei gatihent    <)I������JU  HI.ACR CAT   HRANO  CHICARO-R0CKF0RC  HOSIERY  COMPANY  KrNOSHA, Wi*^  We aie showing u line  of Boyo' Wa-h Suits, for  boys fiom 3 to 7 yeai-,  extia nicely trinnned.  and \ou have our guarantee that they will  wa-h.  Boys'  Hosiery  Black Cat IfosC for boya  the pei feet washing  kind made with tluee  ply knees, toes and  heels. The kind that  will save  vmi darning  THE MINES.  S. C. Smith, of Vernon, has .bonded  the Monashee mine on Cherry creek,  -0 a= to secure it on behalf of the  Cheiiy Creek Mining Company's  shareholders, whose interest in the  propei ty had expired.  Mr. George O. Buchanan, Supeiin-  tendent of the Federal Lead Counties  says the Kootenay mine-owners have  recei\ed $121,000 in bounties, the production for the nine months of the  fiscal \ear being S.000 tons of metallic  lead. The- lesumption of the St.  Eugene and other mines is expected  to bring the production.to 15.000 tons  in the remaining thiee months of the  fiscal year. The,previous year's total  was slightly over 9.000 tons, so the  bounty has already .had a-marked  effect.  \ Russian Reform.  '        ��������� r O,  'Berlin, 'April 29.���������The Tageblat  announces today from an excellent  "Jlussian',6ource   that* the   Russian  government is  about  to moderate  the anti-Jewish legislation.     ,     ! ,  Rescued Japanese.   ..  London; April 29.���������The Japanese  fishing schooner Chihayu has  landed at Gensan a boat load of 45  soldiers and nine members of. the  crew of the Japanese transport sunk  by the Russian Vladivostock fleet.  - Blouses and Shirt Waisis.  QillA RlniKPQ' witll������ut ������ doubt one of the laigest lines to select  KJiin. UIUU01..0  from, selling at manufactuiers' piices.  ;SWrt'.Waists.w,?^!'c^"-'w,lUilt'7nc- Whit^Lfiwi>  f-.      iiuu iiiEuiuiuii, suiinig irom fi 00 up.  Wrt Waist .Suits and;Skirts';|^gSo:i^;SS-:  LoO.    Miusts  and Skiits to match piices $3 00 to $o.00.  'The'se  e the pick,"of several/maiHifactuiei's samples .and are the latest'  KNOWLEDGE  Repressing Socialism.  Berlin, April 29.���������A Polish .newspaper of Posen today prints a despatch from Warsaw saying' the  authorities   are   about   to declare  1  martial'law there, and in the other  large cities, because the socialists  are preparing for blood}' May day  demonstrations.  ��������� RAIL AND STEAMER.  Mr. E. H. Mclfenry, Chief Engineer  of C. P. R. has resigned, on account of  ill-health.  LIMITED.  Books  and  Writing  Materials  Fine letter paper  for tiie Ladies  Toile de Lin  Duchesse  Loiaine  . Irish Lawn  ��������� Toile de France  Devonshire Xote  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.  Drug-gist and Stationer,  TELtruo.VE 48.  Mail orders promptl} filled. Next Humo's.  > Prescription:) Disponsod.  A Substantial Growth.  The annual statement of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the  United States which uppeaiselsewhcic  in this issue is a veiy commendable  one for the Equitable Life.  In the year just past they have paid  in dividends to policyholder .1(5,083,-  395.00, the largest sum ever paid by  this or any other company in a single  year, and have in surplus the measure  ��������� of financial strength, and the fund  fiom which dividends are paid a larger  amount than that held |by any other  company, thus retaining its name  and place as the strongest in the  world. '  The new business secured by the  society last year was the largest  amount ever written in any one year  without any deviation from its usual  careful method of selecting risks.  By looking over the statement carefully the reader will see that the year  just past has been a , satisfactory one  to the society and its large number of  policyholders. The Revelstoke Insurance Agency are the local agents.  designs trimmed with'embioiderv  aiurinscition, selling from $L 00 up.  Shirt r      '" '   * '"'  " '  u.  ������      aie the pick;'of several/manufactuiers'1 samples .and are the  ' ���������,   .   , " J       ,    .'"     ." '   .spring design-.      -     ,   ��������� ��������� < , ���������  Men's and Boys' Ready-to-  Wear Department. -  Our'lincs aie always fresh and stylish, and prices wc'giiiir.intcc or  money lefunded. Men's Suits, Bovs' Suits, Hoy's Wash Suits  Men's Odd Pants, Boys' Odd Pant''. Colored and White Shirt-.  Wc carry a full l.inge both in Men's and Boy's Shuts. Boys' Soft  Fronts, Boys' Black Sateen, Boys'Stripe Shirts all si/Cs fiom'lU up.  Men's and Boy's Undeiwear.    Boy".- Balbriggan all -i/.e.-. "  Boots and Shoes.  Ladies' Empicss Shoes in O.vfonls, Slippers, and High Laced Boots.  This is the best high grade shoe made. ���������    .Men's American Shoe, the  Harlow   Co.  Shoe.--(    iron's  Canadian   Shoe,   the  20th   Centmy  Biand.     Childien's Slippers and Shoes a full 'range.  ���������  Dressmaking & Millinery Parlors Upstairs.  W'e guarantee our prices and ourgood-      Tf not as lepicscutcd call  and get your money back. Agents forTluttci ick's patterns.       .  v. EEip&YOTJlTG- I  frb<K)-0<K><H3^<>-0-������^^ 6  *. f'l  A jbalk with men  who intend buying"  Spring* Suits.  We  are showing the finest lines of  Men's Goods in the City. Call  and see our prices and quality. We  feel sure we can please you. See  our window of Hats, all new and  the latest styles.  In our Grocery Department  Wo arc doing si rushing business.     Call for Prices,  know wc can -nit.  We  Always Fresh, Green Vegetables in Stock.  MAGDONALD & MONTEITH r ^^*- *  TIIR ICOOTKNAY MA IX.  WAR PROGRESS  St. I'clei'sbiirg, Apiil 2(i.���������The A-o-  eialed   Pie-.s i- enabled   to  announce  ' iiutlunitati'vel.v that lhe talk of mediation   iii tin;  lvii-Mi-.Jiip.me-e. war  n.h  ' founded upon   the peiMiu.il  d(.'-iius ol"  '    . i ' . .  King Iid\\iml  and   King C'hiislia     ot  j Ot'iiiiiiirk (o moid I'ui't her lilood-hed  iindtoeiul the 'conflict, but that the  M-i'ii- initialed have nltoily' iViik'd.  " The lOniperor, wilh the-full Ooiicitr-  ii'iitfc of (he liiipei'ial family innd hi-  j a'dvisei.-, Imm Ih luly decided ,no(, only  (o ic-jccl nil proposal- looking tn intervention, but lo piii-ecuti' the war with  all the re-ouice- of llie'einpiio until  victoty crowns (he Un.���������inn .mtH. .  Tokyo, April 2(>, ��������� The Un.���������ian  Vladivostok sqiiiidion, afioi a long  '"period of inactivity,suddenly appealed  olY Gon.-an, on the oast const of Korea,  (hi- morning and <>nnle llio (loyo  Warn,  a   .Japanese   nioichiinl iteiiinor  ��������� of COO Inns.'  A liriol" (elogi'iiin received fiuni Ueii-  san today sa.vi-''thice  Nu.���������ian crui.-ois  ,,    hud enteied the Imrhoi, and llial they  '  weic'sliUJIioic when (lie telegram w.t-  sent.    Their, iir'iiviil  cicated, con-tei-  iiation   in   (he   niipintectcd ./apane-e  colony' al   tleii-an      It i-  thought in  L Tolcvo llial   the   Hii.-sian  naval inow-  -iiicnl ,wa- made  in  the   hope ni intei-  ��������� eepling >somo   iinpiolocted   .hipane-o  .^^Jioop^hip.     'H- js   noi,   behoved   the  '    squiKlron will'iiJiii.iiii ai (Jen- n long.  - The Yladi'o-iok  -ipiadion  on-i-t-  of (luce   oim-eis  'lv'"���������i.i,   fimmolioi,  l.'mik./aii'l    Hoijafvi.    The  l.i-t   i-   a  piolected   criii-ei.      The   othei-   aie  aniioied    ci nisei's, " lho    loin     being  iiinrmt; the mo-t   powei.lul m tho Kit--'  m.iii   navy.    (I'eii-an'  i-   .-ili.oiil    iluoe  Imndied   mile.-   .-outhwe-t   ol    Vladivostok. ' ' ...  St I'eloi-biiig, Ap'iil -H\.��������� It^i- slid  (hat the If) m pei or. leplyinu to Yiceiov  Alc\eiell-, application lor leave, has  lelegiaphed hi-, lgfu-al, adding that  he hoped (he Viccioy would be able to  eend good news soon.    >    -  Ke.ignei.Mho mo-t celelnate'l, tenor,  '. of the liirpeii.il Opcia who i-nii'olh'cei'  '"ol lhe naval it-ei vi'-'.'lia-   heeiiM'allod  ��������� tfi the ci'ilrnis . '  St. Peteisluiin   \ [ ii 11 11���������It  is   be  Hevort    in    military   eitule-   that   tin'  ���������lapniK-e li.ivecommenced n movement  to 01O--S the y.ilu i;i\ei"  Tienl-in. ApiiP 27���������It  is 'lepnited  ,' upon good .uitli8iiry tlini tjie .lapane-e  fleet lionib.uded   the  town"oi   Niucli-  ���������\\ang la-t  night     The Ku���������i.in-  heie  '   dt'iiv th.it theie i-  any  until   m   the,  H-poit ' ,  Tnl-Aii, Apiil 27���������The   foieign inih-  taiv ob-ei\ei- a-smneel to Japan - lii-t  ��������� ii111i.v   in   Koiea  have  been oideioil  io  leave loi thi1-  liont  ne\l H.ituiilay      \  ��������� cable de-patch   11 on j   Tok.\o   \piit i'l.  -aid th.it the Anici ic.in attache-io thej  fn-t iniiiv woie Colonel II. Ooudei ot !  i  the ueneial -tatl'and Cap!  P t'..M.i'i'h|  ( ol    the   aitilleiy   corp-     the    Biin-h'  attaches .-ne Lieut -Cim   Ian Hamilton.  Colonel Hume Capt .lanlnu and ("apt  Vinceni. , <  on'the  east   ooa-l   ol   Koiea, otl'vring  fncililic- tor .landing.  Kliar'l-of, Uu-sin, April 27.���������Some oi  the ollicer.- of the' Vaiiag and Koiiet/,  doclaio that they do not considei  'themselves pri-onei-of war, but ineiely  as' shipwrecked-ailoi- who can light  again. 'I'hu icception aceouled heie  to tlio-hip-'ciow- wn-' voiy entliu-i-  fl-lic. ���������TIie ollicer- w'-oio lepeatodly  cm braced by women.   '  NTow York, April '21.���������The lleiald  corrc.-iioiident"iii St. Peter-burg ^ay-  he hn- ev'ccllont nuthoi-ity for ihe  statement thai tho Empeior w'ill go  to the .-eat oi wiirsomc time in Augu-t,  tho exact date depending upon a happy  family event which i-evpected to take  place about that linie^ and which i- a  ���������subject oi intoio-t in court ciicle-, ,-  St. l'eter-bui'g, April il.���������Thoiopnit'  that the Baltic  lloet.i- to   leave Libau  .Thuisdavfor the ini- ea1-t i- inconect  .r i  rtoine.ol the -hips are ju-t   going into  com mi-Won nndlhose beingcoinploied  cannot be liuMiod betoie July.    "  The Adiniinllv i- giving eat nest con-  -ideiation   to  all   -ugge-tion- in  connection with the dispatch of  this lleet  to   tho   tar ,ea-t.      Yiee-Admii.il   Ito-  je-tven.-ky, who will coinmanil it, and  Rear-lUlmii.il Wiieneii-.'have been ii  consultation.' 'All   idea  of  lollnwiiiu  t he noil hern unite ha- been abandoned  Indeed, ii nevei was .-eiiou-ly eon-id-  eied. Admiriil Wojestven-kv, oi iginalK  I.ivoied tiie Capo'oi" (jowl Hope loute  but   it   i-   moio   piobable "now   I ha  collier-.'ind -upply-hiji-.well protected  will go   by  that   ionic  and  that   tin  battle-hip- and .turpedo bo.its will'.'pa���������  thiough   the  Sue/   Canal.   -The  t'wi  thviaiiin���������'Will lendozvou- in che Indian  Ocean     ,'  Koi the entiie lleet to,proceed I������v  way ol" the'Cape of Good Hope would  invoke too much time. lhoe\penditun'  ot a. Iai'ge"iiuautity ol coal and th(-  touling'oi the boilei-'and hotiom-o  the lighting -hip-, which it i- impoir-  an'r to avoid on account ot the l.ick'oi  docking lacilitie-at I'oit Arthiii.   ,'  rt i-,understood that the Ad'miialt'  no\v"entertaiiis no t'e.ii- leg.uding t' o  re-c: letio'n-impo-od In i he .Sue/Canal  lobulation- althriuuh Admiial NYni'ii-  eu-complained oitho -trict ne������- with  which ijie neuiiality ol the Canal v..-  enfoiced Tlicie i- evidence"������,>' a mm,  friendly df-po-ition on tho pan oi tin'  l>nti-h 'auilioi iiie- Ir i- said thi'  tiles'*pointed out that thev would ha\c  to hold coiHi.ih.utd oi wai .iitiwngat  Live) pool IK'in Aniei ic.i H landed. A'  the -nine time it was -ugge-ted io tho  l.'iis-iau coii-ul that ii.in-hipiuen;  could take plai'C in the harbor and ih>  authoi itie-at l.noijiool even ]i|nced a  b.uiro.u the Co'ii-ul'-di-oo-al  MISS GEN|yiEVE WILSON.',,  <<The   Herolu'e  of  Munlla" 'in' Now  ��������� '  ,,        u ,    . IlcnUh  Innpeolor.  ; , ,.  MIss-Genevleve Wilson, society glrl,-  army nurse, minl6terln(,' angel to stricken soldiers in the far east, is health in-  upector for the civic sanitation of tho  Ornng-es.'tlint wealthy residential sec-  ' tlon of New' Jersey.' ,  A womnn of many titles is Miss Wil-  ���������on, not bestowed by. the government  or incorporated institutions,, but conferred on her by her admirers in, the  rarlous section*- of the world'in which  ehe has lived nnd worked. She is one  of Virginia's fair daughters. Her father was n Confederate oflicer, nnd  nono had, better claim to the title of  "southern belle" than she.' ,'  She held her court among the young  men nnd women of Vlrglnln until she  determined to forego the pleasures of  tbe ballroom for the arduous duties of  a hospital nurse.', To fit herself for the  Xrtistig effects and health  t     I I '    ll.   . I ' '  ������re/imml comlilniil In tho uh������ of ALABA8TINE for ooatlnc yoor w������U������.   0������n!i ihowlnr tb* twenty tlnUuid wblUcan IxludfRnB jootIi  juiln'i,   lluaun.'ul u.Troli (.nn lis olitalneil, an d it li n*ij tot u*a by mlxluf wiUi cold Wattr.   It banlcui with *f e, will Dot nib off, ud Met ���������  , ha ������W)Ued, u It la u. Lomotil.   Th������ ALABA8TINE OO., J-lmltad, ������,.������rl������, Ont., ������re ������ojkijn������nuf������cturoni of  CHURCH'S   COL3 WATER  ADoriochnltalanordrluy ��������� Writa iu fur nlusblo lafomution oenhdned la onr book*f lutruotloni.     ���������''   t  ' fiold by ������ll ilinbrn     , , '   ���������, )     n ������ '. a ,1* ."      i P������ck������������M only.t ������ ������ ./<��������� ,   i  , 'K  SPORTS.  MISS OENCVIEVE WILSON.    -  earing for the <sick of all nationalities  she , went abroad and mustered (the  German, Italian and French languages.  Returning to America, she took up her  course in St. Luke's hospital, Denver,  where she won from admiring doctors  the title ofc'"Litt!e Wonder." Al the  outbreak of the Spanish war she volunteered with the I ted Cro^'niid-was  .sent immediately to Cliickaiiiiiuga. Her  ne.\t -lop was to enter the service of  the United States government as nrmy  nur-e. "  For one year -he was -tatipned iii tlie  Philippines, and liei bravcjleeds among  the,woiuideil"sol<lK'i- theie won the title of "the IIeioi.no ol Manila." Next  she was -cut to Na-rn-aki. where grateful patients ha moil her "Angel." ' Seven months she spent in the land of the  mikado, and when she-was oidered  home nVain she had made the circle'of  the globe. ���������  Uer last government appointment  was at Fort Kajard, N. J.', which position she le-urned ro go to tho Oranges..  New .le i- determined to decrease  the deal! -i fiom contusions diseases, and .. -i .Wilson's specific work  is to carry out the plans of the Civic  Sanitation association. ��������� Philadelphia  Press. , (.  , Schoolboy* Who Never I'lay.  '-"Broadly speaking, German1 (schoolboys never play. > Thoy havo no time to  do so. They attend dny schools, forlorn  of playgrounds and are so'desperately'  overweighted with lessons that all their  spare energy, and vitality is usod up la  the endeavor to got through tho worlt  dlurnally allotted to thorn. They really  have no opportunity from 'the com-''  mencement of the school term to-Its  close for running or jumping, playing  at ball or marbles, paper chases or any  of the other amusements to which English schoolboys, us a rule, devote themselves' with nn eager assiduity seldom  displayed in the dry and thorny pursuit  of knowledge./' y r ,      ''"',.  When a German boy exhibits symptoms of exhaustion nndrdebility, caused  byovenvorkulils parents enter hira at  a gymnastic institution' and compel  hlni to attend one or two evening  courses 'of '"scientific- calisthenics,"  very possibly at tlie expense of his position in Ills class nt schools '"Tur-  nerei," however, is'.not presented'to'  him In the light of piny,..but down-  bright hard physical work, which muy  be productive of development' to Ills  muscle nnd benefit to his1' general  henlth'wlthout'nffordii'ig hlni "any keen  sense of recreation.���������-London Society,  o        ' .  'A Trip Around the "WorldV"  'Did you ever play\ tho .game called,  trip.'around tlie world?   It is'the very  thing   for  a  children's   party.t   Each  player should be provided with a small,  notebook and a pencil.    Blank dance  cards, with the tiny colored pencils attached,  are  pretty   for  this  purpose.  The leaves should bo'iiumbored to correspond.with various articles distributed "about the room.    The game is then'  to guess the country or city designated  by each of these articles.'  A tiny ja������  of cold cream stands tor Greece, a miniature pot of baked beans for Boston,  a bottle of perfume'for.Cologne, ii'4  gai   for I'llavana,   etc."   'The  guess,  i  should .not. be1 made too difficult, but  'just enough so to brush 'up the,"meiiio-  iics_ of* laggard   geographers."   Prizes  sliould,be awarded to tliose who secure  the   greatest   number; of   correct  an-'  swers.   " '       ' *  '      " '       " ��������� "*  ,; i:  "Shoe Backbone"  ' '     ' t  .' ' ,  ��������� '"'   : ���������, 11,     y *,      '  A weak inner sole  is spinal disease to,  a shoe.  Goodyear  Welt.  stitching forces the  makers to use best leather for  inner sole because, its powerfully  drawn stitches cut through soft  material/like cheese. Tliafs one  reason :<why the Slater Shbet; is,  , strong in the unseen,Jiiclden parts.  It's Goodyear Welted. ;  1  i ���������  F^Meri$l'S^'/F������rWomerir||;^  Seoul. Monday. Apiil -2">.���������\\*lieii the!  attack at (���������en.-.in wa- made thi- nioin-  i ooiinn.  TI.e   pt-uple   oi   Miiiimi'i'l.ind  In--  petitiontd   tiie .-iunimeilanil I)<.-vi.:o|  ment   Company   'to   pioe.'.urn    a b.ii;  nohdav on c.ittiid.iv to illow-   oi   .'olt-  bail practice^ arid ir.ime=  '.I'rll.LTlC  v���������o^i VT10.V.  The Art of Drennlnfr.  Women generally do not do justice  to pretty gowns because they have not  learned   how  to  put on   their  things  ; smartly or even neatly.   They have ac-  qui    d  the  art of  dress,  but. not  the  p still more subtle art of diessing.    Pu-  I ritanism dies h.iid in  what has been  I termed our "great mediocracy."   Even  , , ! if money Is abundant there is a rooted  i An .Unietic .".^cciat-ion Ii.ta I'-n, fee|ln^ that "true niotv" enn onlv hp  ,,m, he townspeople -ou.ht totmre in'| org,���������i/trl ��������� ���������lllt!lierIflnfi. Tl J eS^od ^ cio'waS DowcSni:  the lull-and the j;.iriiton piepaied toj foj]{Aw-njr ,)re clie 0,}5c���������r, , jf.���������, , a disea=e and a deadly one. It has its  le.-i-ta [io��������� ible landm^junv Horn the Preskient. J. M. Jtoiiin-ou Pie-id<������i. ' chief s������at in {he llead <inside and ol,t*  thioc 1-tus-i.m citii-ei-. wbk'ii weie.u- r 1,,��������� Hm <\'lL i'l* i side) and in the neck, and is also the  -...I.I-...I ;., il.o .,iii.���������r ....1   ,.i���������.i,  ���������,, ,  "nc'"      J"'  '* lce'i lfc"   J   ! result of our too faithful fondness for  .-ightcd   nthe oil.ii:., id   wbieli  weie  0,,er: Vice-Pre=.. Price EllUci.  31   1.    old, aud -habbv clothe-.  expected to complete the intl,It-f dc-j A .   =ec.Tiea.-. C   W .M..mV.'-,'.    f\.i, To escape it one must avoid the Scyl-  tiiiction   of   tho  li.umlo-ci.ii't     Thei,���������ltlee   ,Me.,r.  j  jf   \\,,,. f    v,-, ,���������.,,.' la of an untidily, unfashionably dress-  de-tioyei.-    however    lotiiod   without I ruw   j[    fVuik-l, ���������nk    '-"    }f    .-"ei  i     f ed head end the Charybdis of a badly  damaniii" the town. ������������������ I u-  \ " , ."������������������������������������"  -,'���������'"������������������,,." '" ''" : Brranswi nnck-    A ���������mrt woman has  " | W..J. Lawrence       Ih-   roet<tar\   wa-, all her gowns made at home, and yet  Ibe attack   wa-   u-j.iided   a-   boinjrj instmcti d    tu   di.iw   up   ji'tition '��������� i ,��������� she is never a dowdy.   And why?   Be-  nllied with the   Mmejin expedition  ,u-1 .-atiinhiy haii-liolidiiy     Tl.f now club! cause she knows how to put tbem on.  b-- op'-n I'm ch.illir.'-i.-.   .ih<-r   M,n , IIfir hair 19,wel1 d<>ne. her neck smnrt-  r.    ...    ,. .   ?,,... .       * ! Iy pwathed, and her veils, gloves, shoes  C    ,U     .M.iniif-1. .1   jr  \\,.,i .nil. ana  boots are always  fresh  and per-  I feet of their kind.   Dowdies nre born,  not   made.     An   undue   humility   has  f much to answer for.   Tho typical "wo-  ' man of no-importance"-soon goes to  pieces on the rock of dowdylsm. A few  gowns, bub many accessories, are an  A  will  1st  K. li. TIelmer were appoint*r|   ^'roui.d  commitfe.      Practice-    Mill    r.(. },r,j,i  Tiie-ilay = and -'.iturdav*  on  dciiunid    to   di-cover    the   I.ip.uu.-"  .=tieiigtb   on   tin   ei-t    eoa.-t.  and   a-  boiug a divei-ii'ii timu the N'.iIn IJivei  'campaign.    The g.mi^on   ol   (b-n-an  numberint.'SOO   men. which   wa-lem  foiced   duiinir    the   pa-t   iiu'k.    ha-j     At a mcctms,' of the .club  on   M"i.-  thrown upe.iithwork-and ba-aitilleiv .day A. Steven wa- appointed f'upr.iiii  at it-di.-i.o-al. iy  f;,ie\e- Viee-C,ip:,n,i      Tlie,0l,>r-  While the J.ipane-e authoi me- eon- ] of the club   were   livd  ���������-   wbr.o   and  ^.-ider  the  -ltuation   -iiioii-  no appie-j blue���������white      -ne.itei-     and bine  bijon   en-i<:ii        Ti ���������  in-ti'icted     in    write  Ix'ereiiiPo-    Keii.wn.i    an.I  antidote to this drend disease.  ben-ion i-eiiti i l.uni d a- to tin  n-nlt , knirker-i    witi  St   I'.-t.'i-binS \pul 27th     .\dvie.-!sPerotill>    w'"  the  fiom Mukden indicate di.it  Kll ��������� iiilli ll.i'.e eomplehd |||,. iniiefii-  tiation oi their foiie- on rlie I.i.io  ].i.io,\aui;, V.i In .iinl the '.Mukileii-  Nnichwaii},' line-. I'oity tliou-.md  iiif-n aif ficcujiyinu foil iln d   po-ition-  alom,'lhf   Valu 1,'iwi    and it) Odd aie! 'liortim*-, which -how- the   true-,;  ' i-i with him in -o <��������� .xlei'fln,,.-,i |, )j, ,  binrl to tb" \<.i ���������,' uel -:io<_',ni  n "-oeia tinn  I'e.icbland  Vernon to 'iriahs."- match'- nu Mav  21th. It wa- re-'il ri\ th.it (,-,.  thank-'of I hi club be .icr-mil'il to .1  M. Kobm-nn lor jrivn,^ tne Kn:p"-  Il.i'l tor the ii-,. r,f   the   elnb   f, > ' i .  po-l<d at Taku-h.iii ��������� at tlie head ot  Koiea liay win ie tin Japani-i tbie.it-  ened tomakea landing '* The f!u--i.in-  al-n occupy the bank- oi the Tiiiiu n  rivei fiom tbe Hu--ian Ivm.in ii.intiei  to Lake Tnitji "I'aikloii Sun' on the  M.mclui-Koicini lioiitui, iieai the  briuice rif the Valu I'et.iclmieiit- ra  ]{lis-i.'in r-avalry and IKr 11( nihil) iy  hold (he town-of Iviofin, .Mii-an and  /Cundu.MUi, a long Ibe i i\i i   and point-  The mil of Ollar Door.  I know a hli: not far iway  Wh������re children nln ,y inv- to play  Tho nlll is -trjjifi: ,uid smodth and lowj  For little folks   iii Wtf-r bo  The coantln^ thcrf Is, very nlr-..,  Without th* cold of i-nc-v and Ice;  You -������li'Ir n wiimir,  f.ill or ";vrlTi������,  But nevd no: both, r .McJi to btin^.  ft Is  thr   j.iffst  hill   I'vr; found,  Soni'tlnvi you t.'rr^.'p to the ground,        ,  lair   ti- not f:>r jou hav* to r ol j  And  Aould not h'jrt a child at all. I  It'-i v^ry near yox.r horn", and ������o ,  Vour nn'itlirr   Ii i.l.',,i^s i< t }0m iyi,  for thri! -h- kiiCA' " vou n  i ���������:,t near by   i  -noi:s:& of R. gu!.vt,:oi.s tci liisponal o:  M'ncrals on Dominion Lands in Mnnl-  tjba. tlie ^ortliwebt Territories,land  thu Yukon Tcmlopv. '  Coal.���������;Coal lands may be paiLh.isud .it  IU -mi acie loi boll coal and ,^u loi .01-  .hiacitc- Not nioie than .l^u auie-, ian  he acnaiied by one individual oi com-  panv itojaliy at the late ul ten coins,  pel ion ol i,IM) pounds bh.ill be toileted  on the gio-ss outpul.  Qu.ii 1/ ���������-Prisons of eighteen veins and  j\i[ tlml Joiiil btuck -.umpan ea uoldiu^  nee minei a eeiuncttes mas ubiam eniiy  oi a mining location , .  A lice nrinei's ceililicaLe is, sianted loi  one oi mole jeai-a, not i.xcoeiliug ii\'l, up  on ij.isnit.nl in .id\anco ol $7.">u pel .in-  ���������Itun loi .in Individual, and lioni $~iU lo  flu') pei annum loi- a eunipans, accoidlnt;  to capital  A nee m.nei havni-r discovoied mlnci.il  ir. place, ma> locate a claim 15U(Kir>00 leet  b> maikinir out the same with two legal  p. s>,s, healing loci lion notices, one at  c.icli end on the line ol the lode or vein,  t'he claim shall be iccoided within bitten days it located within Ion miles ot a  mining iccoidci s ollice, one additional  day allowed loi eveiy iidtlillon.il ten  miles or fiactlon. Tlio fee Coi lecoidint'  i   claim  is $5.  At lensl $1(M must be expended on the  claim each year oi paid to the 111111111-,' ic-  coider in Mru thoieot. When $500 has been  expended or paid, tho locator may, upon  having- a. survey made, and upon Lomply-  liik.' with other leciuli cmenla. pin chase  the land at {1 00 an aero  1'ei mission may be gi anted by the .Minister of tlie Intel loi to 'locate claims  C-onulninK lion and mica, also coppci. In  tin" Yukon Teirlloiy, of an aiea mil exceeding  ICO acies.  The patent lor a mining loin tlon shall  to\ .th  foi I he p 11 nu nl  ol .1 io.wlIii til  Patients, will hear of something1  to their advantage, by writing  to the Diabetic Institute, St.  Dunstan's Hill, London, E.G.  NOTHING!  TO PAY.  1 ���������  and a hall per cent collected on the output after It exceeds *10,000.  Diedging 'in the Yukon Tern loi y.���������Six  leases of live miles each may be ginnled  to a lieo mlnei 'foi a' loim or twenty  yeais, also lenew-able '  Tho lessee's light is 'confined to tlie  oiibmeiged bed or bais'in the liver below low water maik, that bound.uy to  be fixed bs' its position on tlio 1st day ol  August in tlie yeai of tlie, date of the  lease.       r  The lessee shall have one diedge in op-  eiallou within two 'Otus Horn lhe date  of the lease, and one diedge toi each  live miles within six yeais, tiom such  date. Henlal, $100 per mile lor tlie In si  jeai, and $10 per mile foi 'each subsequent yeai Hoyally, same as placer mining- ,  Placer Mining In tlie Yukon Tenltory  ���������Cieek, livci ',gulch and hill claims shall  not exceed 250 leet in length, me.isuied  on the base lino or geneial diiccllon of  Hie cieek or gulch, the width being tiom  1,000 to 2,000 leet All othei placei claims  shall be L'.iO led -quale. *  Clafms aie marked by two legal posts,  one at each end. beating notices. Entry  must bo obtained within ten days, It the  claim is within ten miles of mining iccoidci's oflice. One extia day allowed  for each additional ten miles or fraction  The person 01 company staking a claim  must hold a fiee miner's ceitificate  The dlscoveier of a now mine Is entitled  to 11 claim of 1,000 feet In length, and if  the pai ty consists ol two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the output of which no royalty  shall bo charged, the rest of the pai ty  oirlinaiy claims only  Knliy fee. $10 Royalty at the'iate of  two and one-half per cent on the value  ot the gold shipped from the Yukon Tei-  illnry  to be paid   lo the C������iii|iii"llt'i  No fiee miner shall ipceive .1 si.int ni  moie than one mining chum on eaih -operate iivoi cieek ni gulch, "out the s.iau-  iiiinci mill hold anv numbei of clnlm-  bj   pinih.ise,  and  liqe rninei- 11111,1   umk  in   1.1 U.e-.ili-ol lho 1 leiluil-mii'i,   , n  1 n,0|i     claims    in     p.i'rtnci ship    bv    filing  I     I'hirer Mining. .Marill.iba hi ,1  ll.,-  \ w    ' noikeand pav ing fee of i'i    A claim m-iv  I   I,    fxceptlnK    Hie     ^ uk. 1      1   11 t   1 ��������� ' -                                                           ...  I l''.trer   ininliig   claltn-   g.-ii'i.illv    .i'e I'l"!  DR.A.W. CHASE'S QC  4 CATARRH CURE... d.vC.  Is s"nt ilircrt 10 tho dlnrascd  p-ire; by ihe Improved JJlowrr  (Icj1������ lhe lilccis, dr.ir-; ihcilr  piis.ii;i-s, -topi dropping, In (lie  tliroat' ind priman.intly enrts  Cilarrh and H.ty Fever. Blower  ��������������� All drtlervor Dr. A. W Ch iv  b-'llrinc Co , Toronto and  Hilffilo  And flhe can hear /Oa if yoti <_ry  So up yon sT.-imbri-  dov n >ou slide,  And. oh, you  have a Jody ride'  You alw.ijs want 10 pl.iv ������omf mon  Upon the hill of C'li.ir Door'  -Wa-shin^ton Star.  ���������t    -'piii".   I'lltM      lee      t",     1 en. v,,1 hie  t l\       On    tlie    .N'oith    Sask.ilcliO'.viin  '.i\m  i !,iIn:���������< for ellhoi   bar 01  bench, the  1 nn 1   In lr.^ Jou (eel   loi ^  .1 ml  nli ,,tln,^   11  high au'1  lo \   w ttei   -i  i������k      i'h"  'I'l   Inrlildf's  bai   digs'n^M    b'll   exu 11 h  r 1'If in  the  Ii.isi. ,,f ihr  I III m   I, ink    bin  ,1   .-^reeding   1 oui   re, t       u'lct.'   -1  ,i-n  ������������������������ r  Ik   j-"d   'lilni-  Mi  lie!   ������l,|,    inn  ...     ,,bt.lll|i-(l  fiii-'Uing   li    tin.   ilme   if   Mnnlti.lm  d tin N \V T extcpilrig llu v uk'Hi  'i-iilt'i- -A free mlnei inav obtiln 011I1  ' ��������� 1. Imisi.j of t\\i. iiilku nidi |,,r .1 tei rn  ���������f Iwcrili .e.n������ irrcwalilf. In tin d'-iie  tli"i of th" ,\IlnlMti>r of the Inlcilni-  The Ir-Hwi-'H light Im confined tn I lie -ul  Spndcn   and   n   rin!>.  Mike (tenchlng Pat pokcri��������� Well,  what hov ye j?ot?  Put���������-Four trowels and n bliiek sbam.  rock.���������Pack.  ! m'-rg'd   hi (I'i 01   b-111  of   the  ilwi   below  I '( v. v/ater rn.nk   nnd ������iib|cft to lhe light"  of rill ri'-tHoriH who have   or who in i>   ie-  I   'iv  entrl'-i   foi   bai   diggings  01   boneh  j    lilrrm     except   on      the     Sn<-k.i lelic-inn  [ f'lvr    where   the   lenm-n   mm    diedce   to  high wiit'-r mark on each alternate leaie-  h'.ld  Tiie leifie" 'thrill tuive a dredge In oper-  itlon within one leimon from the date of  the lease foi each live miles, but whei c  a perion or (nrnp.inv bai obtained more  than one lease one dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction Is siilllclcnt  rtentftl. $10 p'r annum for each mile of  river Iraned     'loyalty ul the rate of two  be abandoned, and nnotlici obliilnetl on  Hie e.ime c-iecl'. gulch 01 iivoi. by giving  11.dice  and   paying a   fee. l  Wink   must   be  done  mi   .1   claim  cm h  vuu   to  the  value ol   at   least  f.'lnl  A (ei title.ite tli.it woik has been dom-  niu-( be obtained each veai. It not the  claim slinll be deemed to be abandoned  aiid open lo occupation and entiv bj a  lice iiilin-1  The boundailes of a claim inav be de-  llned absolutclv by having a suivey  made and publisliing notices in the Yukon  Of tidal  Gazette  I'cti(ileum ��������� All unappioprlated Dominion Lands In Manitoba the Noi Ill-west  Tei 1 itoiles and within the Yukon Tcrii-  toiy aie open to piospecting.for potioleum and the minister may reserve for  nn Individual or company having ma-  ehineiv on the land to be prospected  an aren of 040 acies Should the prospector discover oil In paying quantities,  nnd satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area not exceeding CIO acies, Including the oil well and such other land  as may be detetmined, will be sold to  the discoverer at the rate of $1.00 an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate as  m.'iv be specified by order-in-council.  Department of the Interior. Ottawa,  February. 1901.  JAMES A   SMART  Deputy of the Minister of the Tnteilor  BLANK FORMS   rou  ,  Mining & Legal Purposes-  Tiansfcis, Options, Povvcis  of Attorney, Statutoiy Declarations, Proxies, etc., can  he obtained at the  ...Kootenay Mail Offiee.,  s  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Pageti' Prop.  .    Pnniipl llc'liveiy of panel-. J'.iirya<.'(���������,  Bio , to nny'pai t ot 1 lo   ( V \  Any Kind of Traiisl'iin'ing  UiuJfci'laJiPii.  All   Millets   lell    nt. I,'     \!   "-im tlie's-  I'ol ,-M.-t 1. .Stole,  01    li\   Toll pli.  i.e.   1V0.    7  will 1 eecive pnun'it  mi u 1,1 ion  PATENTS  Trnoiinnrk**  and  Cop>nghtS  oblaitu'd in .til emmim -,  ROWLAND BRUTAIN,  Registered Patent   Ailornyy  .Mccliiunciil Atloriiey and iaigim er. '  Itoom tl. Kiiirtli-ld.Illouk, tlianville-i . mar P.O'  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A   postcnid   will sciinc an iwini.). nppoinb  inent foi those who cannot call nuiiia 1 he dny  NOTICE.  "VfOTJO: is hereby go en thut tliiil\ (hos.iftor  i.\ tlateX intend to apply to the Chief Com-  iiussionei of Lands nnd Work- for .1 -pecuil  liceiiK) to cut and cai ry nwaj tuiibei fiom tho'  following described land-, vi/.:  Coninieiicing at 11 post marked 0 C. Hillings'  North West corner po-t about aicliani- fiom tlio  oast blink of tho Columbia River, about mx milos  north of Burton CJity ruuniiig tlienco south 160  chains, tlienco east 1(1 chains, thoiico'nnrth 1W  cliains, tlienco west It) chains to iKiint of com--  meiiceinent  K. C  II1LLINUS.  i'i  ' ll  Si  r.'I  fa  ni ������������  rn  THE KOOTENAY MAJL.  ' ���������''*    '*'  "' '   '       1 I  /   -,.   > fi ''  i' ' , s    i      , A - ''  For a Disordered Stomach.  ��������� "I have been troubled for some time  with indigestion anil -.our stoninch,'  says Mis.' Surah W. 'Curtis, of, Lee.  Mass.,,"und have hpen taking Uhiiin-  bei'luin's Stoiiuich and Liver'Tablets  which have helped ine very much so  thnL now I curt eat many things that'  befoie I could not." If'you have'iiny,  trouble with your stomach why not  take these T.thleLs and, rg/t well? For,,  sale by all druggists.'      ,   '  mountains  ten itoryy which  Kootenay  Subscription, $2.00 Per\Year  Published Weekly on Saturday by  ;i  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Co., Ltd.  Steam  Dealers in  Printing and Wrapping Papers  and Paper Bags  Loose Leaf Account and Duplicate'  Counter Check Systems  Agents for Tengwell and Opalla  Patented Loose Leaf Files,' *  Ledgers and Billing Systems  Colds.v Their -Proper Treatment, and Core:'  Commonly, the first .symptom of a "cold "  is a chilly feeling, nccomtiiiiied by sneez  ing, or a tickling in the throat Tiie ttwi  frequent of external causes' are di.-iiighti,  wet or cold feet, or (joing from hot room'j  suddenly into cold ones' More frequently  there is an inner cause���������namely the stagnation of the blood caused by constipation'or  biliousness. Almost'the first symptom is  the fee'.ingof cold in the feet and increased  discharge from the nose.        , ,        "  No-one  ever takesncnld   unices  con-ti  'pated, or exhausted, and having vvh.il uc  call mal-nutrition, which is attended jvith  impoverished blood and exhaustion ofneive  ' force. Tonics ciiiisi^tiiig^of large portion?  of alcohol, iron or cod liver oil do not bring  the desired changes m the blood, because  they do not enter the system and  arc not  j absorbed into the blood, with the exception  of the, alcohol.-vvhicli shrivels, up the ret)  blood  corpuscles whin   il .rforr   come   in'  contact with" tlie'm.     We  recommend  the  1 botanical extract 'of Dr. Pierce because it  contains no alcohol, and offers a reasonable  and scientific method of treating the blood,  by improving the nutritive functions of the  patient.1 The "Golden Medical Discovery"  accomplishes this." by_ first restoring the  enfeebled-.digestive^organ-, so-that food.,  the natural-tissue builder, will be digested  and assimilated. - ��������� i ,  Accept no substitute for Dr. Pierce's  Golden Medical Discovery. There is nothing "just as. good" /V disease* of ire  stomach        ' >  MINING.  ,. .    ,"l. I' Li t   I y,, ," ,       ' ">  Results Obtained When Prosecuted ,by, Practical Men.  (.Vfinlia,' iiii<IJ3iiKliini,MiiiK Hov'iuw.)  ' When   nuning   is - piosccuted -in a  business wayjiy practical mining men  there is no, other lui&iness wliicli'yiclcl-  so', nuicli   profit'for   tlio amount invested^    Certainly  no other business  ln'S nindo sO'-inany millionaires.,     In  ,the Pacific Coast states u score of men  might be named who made  from   five  to twenty millions of -.Minis- in ��������� mine'  operations and a^ ivc  look  down the  line  it   is astonishing  that moreen  thiisias'in   has   nut   boon  displayed in  unlocking the   treiuuiv   vaults iu the  of   ' llio , iiiineral-bi'iii'ing  ri-ie.s   up   fi'iini   tin*  Pacific unci runs for hundreds uf miles  northerly and southerly.      Ik-re   is'a  list   of .millionaire!) , who   got   their  weii11h fmiii  nunc-;'   .1.   U    Haggin.  Wm. Sliiirnii, Mark iriipkinJ.'Jiiliii.W.  .Mackay, Jaine.-O. rait',-George llc.i't-t,  D. 0. Mills, U. IJ. 'lame.   Illoyd   'IV vis,  A.' p.   Whitciiiiih,1, Thomas    Mytho,'  Walter 8.   Ilobai't,'1" Thuniiis 'II.' Wil-  ianis. Ed wa i d   Colemiiii,'-.William   ,3.  OHi'iwn,*'.himes   C.   Kliiod, .'John 'J'.  -.Jones,   IS." J.'  Uiikl'.vin.   Alwnzn llay-  waid,   James   R.  'Kecne  and    Peter  Donahue, all pioneer 'minets -of Oali  foinia ' uiid^Keynda, i-none 6f  whom  made iess_ than '.fo.OUO.OOO^.ind some  'more tlian $20,000,000 in ''the  mining  business.'"   .Then .Montana , had -.its  "iily, Clark  and   Hein/.e.     Colorado  mines tniulc.a.do/ieii millionaire*,  one  of whom, W. S. Stratton, 'made,   in   a  ?few year s/at least ^15.000,000.-  The mines 'of the'Pacific Coast.', be"  sides making millions' for the 'few.  have  made'  hundreds . comparatively  wealthy   and "have' placed thous.inde  .'.''. ' ���������-        *  or mercantile enterprise's, and thus lo  bring capitnl'ciiough into the mining  industry tn ojion up tho rich ledges  which aie known to exist, hut ' which  are lying dormant because the public  fenr.-, to invest in mining'.stocks uf  legitimate companies for the reason'  that rascals wlio piefer to operate dishonestly have cast discredit on the  business, ', *  To Break Up A Cold     ,.  Kiglit quickly nothing works so  nicely us Ncrviline taken real hoi. ,It  sends <i glowing wnrm,th"all tl-roi'gl]  the body, nnd when rubbed on the  throat and chest loosens up the cough  and relieves tightness and sori'iips*" ir.  the chest. iVervilinc, is used a.s a  preventive n:ul cure for colds, cough- ��������� I'dUng simplicity of the masters.- Ills  and whiter ill in thousands' of hormn ' subJet'18 weni li,c'kI"''' '" nobi",y' la  because   it   goes   right   to  work am!  Victor   Huso   No   Dr*raati>t.'       '  The daHJiJiif; brilliancy of Hugo's vcf>  slflcatiou blinded inuiiy spectators for  -a brief season and prevented most of  tliein   from   seeing   what   was   mada'-  plain  at hist  by  un  analysis of  tho  plays in prose, Mary Tudor, for example., When no gorgeously embroidered  ���������garment tli aped the meager skeleton,' It,,  was not difficult to discover that Victor ,  Hugo was /not a great 'dramatic/poet'  ,"of  the-race  and   lineage  of ' Slink������-'  spca're.','  A,great poet be wris^beyond ',  all question, perhaps the greatest poet  of the century, but his gift-was lyric  '  and not dramatic.  He was a lyrist, of  Jncoruparable vigor,' variety .and' s'ono-  tlty', and ns a lyric he had often nn al- '  most epic amplitude of vision.   A.s tt  dramatist his outlook was narrow nnd \,  petty.   lie could not conceive boldly a  lofty theme, treating It with  the un- ,'  dignity, In KtiitellticSH.   Mis plots wcr������  violent and extravagant, nnd his char-  lyings relief' quickly. There is m.j actors vvero.ns forced.ns bis situations,  remedy iii 'the world with half the|'J,hu poetry to be found In his plajs is  power and merit of Xor'viline; it's in-' ������*<���������"������������> rather'limn internal, it Is al-  valunble in  cvci-y,   house.   , In    huge  bottles, price 2.ic.  LAND MONOPOLY  i     - jf "���������       i   i  t   \       l ?," - t i  Irish Landlordism in B. C.  '"      'V   '  'J t bus been  custoniarv  to  point to  . . ( .       , i  Ireland as a warning of the extremities  to . which     liindlordism - is   carried  most nn afterthought. Under the lyr-  , leal drapery which Is so, deceptive at  I first there Is no more than n inelo-  | drniiiu.���������lirunder  .Matthews in ,Atlan-  i tic.   , -,;.'���������'  Fat    People    nnd    Pi-rHplrntliin.  Fat people nre less able to resist,tW  attacks of disease or the shock of injuries iiii(lvoperntlous" than the moderately thin. In oidlnniy everyday lif������  they nit- at a decided illsnilvnntage.  Their lesjiirntory ' muscles caniiot'^so  i enslly ae't. Their henrtcis often, handicapped  by the deposit 'on_lt,.nnd'the  Right hcie'in Uritish Columbia it can ' ,lelis,t exertion tluows them Into n per- '__  .    , . -        ���������       - r        .       ' -      -       j. spiration.   Tills  last  fact is curiously  be^seen in an oven worse form.'> From  I misunderstood.   It Is almost universal-  WOOD YARD  1 have started a permanent Wood  'Yard on Thiid stteet. With mv past  experience I hope to be in n position  to satisfy all requirements of custom,  ers. Mill and cord wood supplied in  any lengths at reduced piices for cash-  ' '    R. SAMSON.  'above want. , 'And the wuider is that  many of, the mines - fr. ni which-this  wealth has been tiikeii are yet producing largely and paying profits.*' >  ,'But the Pacific Coast is not the  only place ivheie mining pays ' Wher-  evei the indtist'rj" h.ia been e.uriid  along on business lines niid by competent men the lesiilts have been  reniai kable. Oo-upuation in inininir.  as in othei indiistiies! ha* had much  to do .with* the'pheiiomeii.,1 miwi���������  and the,results obtained fiom mining  operations. "-.The , big mines of th*1  world could never have .been, opened  and 'developed weie it not fur com-  (binations'of capitaPwhich enabled the  many to attempt and accomplish what  a point oil the Okniingan lake, twelve ,| ]y iooketl ujion as an actual ���������'melting"  miles north of /'Peiitioton, to-"-the of the subcutaneous fat and Is eonsid-  Ainerican boundarv is held' what i.J ered to be'iinture's bietliod of'getting  --       ��������� JTid of the superfluity.   '*   ,  "       , .':,  '' ' But this is not correct, for in,spite ot ���������  reputed to be an estate of 00,000 acres.  It is comprised of the eyes-picked   out/its greasy uppen'rarice sweatVnly con-",  of the cotintrv,   the'richest  spots  of i tains a'trace.of fatty'matter, .rarely  land fronting'river and lake have been \:m������V than '.01 per cent, and this coriie*  ���������   .    . ,' ,  *��������� ,        ���������        , , .1 of course from the cells of the sudor-  ncquired by one landowner.and fences  the -individual   would  not   dare ,ukI  icasons.     A'  Well Again.  The many friends of, John Blount  will be pleaded to learn that he has  entirely recovered from his attack of  rheumatism. Chamberlain's Pain  Balm cured him after the best doctors  in the town (Monon,'Ind.) had failed  to give relief. The prompt relief from  pain which this liniment alfoid������!_is  alone worth many times its cost. Sold  hy all drugtrists.  ,v      ' (  Phone No. 13  P. 0. Box No. 70  ������KM������  Standard remedy fo&.GIpet,-'^  ��������� Gonorrhoea and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS.'   Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles.  HENRY'S NURSERIES  3010 Westminster   Road.  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees!  Rhododendrons, Roses,  Greenhouse and JTaidy Plants.  Home-Grown tiiitl Imported  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  Foi Spring Planting.  Eastern piices or less.       White labor.  FERTILIZERS.  Bee Hives and Supplies.  Cut Flowers und Designs.  Catalogue, free.  M. J. HENRY,  Vancouver, B. C.  could not for financi.i  glance at the list of dividends paid by  mining companies since the beginning  of the'veai will give one an idea a= to  the profits paid from that source, as  the published "amounts lepiesent, but  a portion of. the total, foi there aie  many mines ' opeiated by piivate  parties or by close coipoiations the  p'lolits of which are never made  public.  The South Afiican .Miner states that  for every --ccond in 11)03 Hand mines  paid out to .shaieholdei.s ovui 2s. Tin  every minute they distiibtited ������() 7s.  3d. The total gold yield from the  Transvaal for J1I03, it is estimated,  amounted to 2.'.Hi4..2H4 line ounces,  valued at " e 12.-147.S07 It v-ould, not  be possible for any -other business tu  have paid nearly 132 pei minute to  stockholders, and the Itand mines aie  instance-, not of the e\'t-eii( jon but of  the rule where ^mining is pii>*ccuted  diligently and accoitling to business  principles. ,  Many of the mine-, now being developed on the Pacific Coa-t will fall into  line in yirne' as dividend payeis, nnd  the stockholders who have faith and  patience will eventually'reap a harvest.  It icrjuirc.- n gieat deal of time, money  and energy to develop' a mine and  equip it with the nece-sniy machinery  to put it on a paying basis. Imt once  there it willictuin libeiallyto tho-e  who have '���������uMicient confidence to hold  their shines.  A.s in other lines of business, t.,u0  should be c.\eiciaed in making investment.-, caution -IimiM be used. If that  is clone the industry presents numerous  opening? for investment which will  rc-ult piolitably. The sharks of the  industry who found it an e.i-s.v matter  to prey on the unwary before the light  ofexposuie w.i������. turned on them aie  now swimming in dangerous watci.-  iind will be compelled heieaftei to  operate under cover, as a new element  has entered into mining journalism;  ono which neithei fear, favor nor  money can contiol. '  Wc arc endeavoring to make investments in mining stocks as safe a.s the  prrichase of stocks or bonds in banks  run ralong to ��������� enclose . the whole  country behind. '.The landlord of this  domain claims to own -only 30,000  acres but as his land is laid out nnd  fenced he,must control the grazing fi!  '��������� many times that area. '-Xo man dare  .tiespass on this vast estate under peril  ������������������f his freedom. Even the old Hudson  Bay trail, used by the public" for "forty  'years, has been fenced ' acioss,, and  gates placed there fastened with lock  and key. Tf a traveller wishes to  ci oss tbe holy' precinct he must 'uo,  hat in hand, and beg the'keys toi open  .the gates, only ito be told that instructions have been given the keys  are not to be parted with under any  circumstances Jf he wishes to travel  along the east ^side ..of the lake'be  must go several miles out of his way.  open the gates/ and cross a slrcan1  dangerous to life, at high water. If "it  be a settler who has dared to look out  a homestead on the lands where have  heretofore roamed the herds of the  landlord he can get the use of the  keys co open tho gates by contribut-.  ing 50 cents to the replenishment of  the estate  treasury  and  provided he  tain constituents In the hlood.. A person whose limbs and l)otl.v are covered  with adipose tissue is in the position of '  a man carrying a' heavy* burden 'nnd   '  too warmly clothed.���������London Hospital. *  Don't Be Too Exact. '1  " '  Don't be forever setting people right,  There is n household fiend with n-nrero-  ory for dates nnd details'wbo can never sit still and hear.papa say that ba  went.down town o'n Monday nt 8 without Voi letting tbi^stalL'incrrt with th������  remark that the hour was half 'past." If  mamma .happens to allude lo Cousin-  .lenny's vWt'ns having occurred last  Thursday, this vvuspllke Impersonation  of accuracy interposes .with tlie,slate- Jf  merit that it was Friday, not Thursday,  which brought Cousin Jane. -. -'  ,  ���������* A dozen'times a day-exasperating -  frictions are mused by needless corrections of this sort, referring to matters where .exactness is not really Imperative, the niTairs in question being  unimporlant nnd no violation of truth ,  being for an instant intended.    ""> " ^.  Labor  Saving Sonj>. ~~"~- ' ������ii'  "Soup too hot? Well, it's this way,"  said the waiter at the tnble d'hote restaurant as lie grew confidential. ;The  chef'found that he was, running shy,  and,'as, he didn't want to make any  more, he threw in a lot of pepper so the,  travels back a mile or'so hl. aI, i 6"^ wouldJie satisfied with smaller -  ,       .,. - , i portions.    You see, if tie-hadrrt. the  humility to leturn the said keys. '       j hungry man who ecmJes in late would  Recently people have  been  getting I be complaining about.tbe smallness of  on   to   it   that   this landlord did not I the portion *erved to him.   A man will  own all the cotintrv he bad fenced   in,' be sati?fi<'d ,WItl1, * fe^ ^onUils of  ,   , ,    * . , .   i consomme when It's as hot as tabasco  and they started   to  pre-empt  within i B,U1C1. ���������>  the sacied precincts.     Some  of them I    There are tricks'even In tbe chef's-  submitted    to    being    bounced     off   trade. ,  through   threats   of   proceedings   for  tiespass. but otbeis have  stayed   with  it, have secured good holdings and aie  Alsronquln Verbal Heirloom*. .  There  are  131   words of  Algonquin  derivation   in   the   English   language.'  nitiking   considciable ��������� improvements.' The'Algonquins occupied a considers  They on 11 got  no  road   however,   not'. ble section of this country before they  , ���������       ,    ���������,  i it     " i i       i   were usked to move on, und some of  even a tnu , because they  have dared. " ,   , .   , ,    ���������   ., '    .,,.  -   ���������������������������.  ^ i     v,     v v   ,j i tjje VPI.jjU] uelrlooms they left us nre:  to seek out homes within the nionopo-1 chipmunk,   hickory,   hominy,   menha-  list area.     The monopolist reckons: he1 den. moccasin, moose, miii'wumn. mus-  1 i - .-j ������ ��������� ~* ' -"-^-.       rf  controls   the   government    and    it  o/liciuls, and oven   th������y refuse to dc  tbeii dutv bv having a  road  ga/etted ,  - -.       -**  quash, peniuncan, pura:"^"0u. papoffse, t  pone,   porgy,   possum. % powwow,   raccoon,    samp,   skunk,   squash,   squaw,  ,, ,     ,     ,        ,       , ,    .        ,    i succotash. Tammany, tautog. terrapin,  through the domain,   by  ordering the J toboggan,  tomahawk, totem, wigwam  gates on the trail to bo   unlocked  anci   and woodchuck.  the settlers to be thus given   a  means  of access to their homes.     The  incm-  ITud  Done  Ills   Rent.  I don't know why it is." said the in-  bor lor   the  district   promised   these1 dlguaiit taxpayer who had been trying  settlers  a  road   to secme their votes.' In vain to have liii������ assessment reduced,  but like manv moro  of  his   promises I "u,,t r ca,,,t CTcn eet a hearing."  this is unfullilled. and likely to icmaii.    , "^ry"-" "BSested bis fr.end. "you  , . , ...     J ,. | don t stand In with the othceholders."  so, as he   would   not   lilt  a finger   to I     "I stand In line an hour or two every  offend the big landlord.    .Moreover, he''day, if that's what you mean, and It  is trying to be a land monopolist  himself in a .smaller way in another  part of the country. Neither has any  use for the small settler except at  election time. "To him that hath  shall be given. Fiom him that hath  not shall be taken even that which he  hath'' is their motto.  doesn't do a  bit of good."  Calomel Ruins The System  And should only be used under a  doctor's orders. Tor a mild physic  take Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandiake  and Butternut. Xo gripe, no pain,  certain relief for headache, constipation and torpid liver. Use only Dr.  Hamilton's Pills, Price 25c.  A Ten  Legend.  One ancient legend says that the virtues of tea were learned by accident by  a Chinese monarch, King Shen Nung,  "the divine husbandman." wbo flourished forty centuries ago and who in  boiling water over a fire made frorxi tho  tea branches on which the latter still  hung allowed some of the latter to fall  iirto tire pot.  The I'olynlot  Menu.  La Montt���������It is 'julte an innovation  for that cafe proprietor to have his  menu in English, French and Latin.  La Moyne���������It's economy. When an  English "dish is left over, he gives it a  French name and if it is still around  on the third day be changes it to Latin.  /-  ���������,:6  , ,6  i" "I  ���������       &������  ^ * ���������. r / * *       f  ' V   i"   f "  ^ 4  "    i    i^ T  *j ^  . J-/J1 *i ft* i.  i^i     "���������������  * U**t  ��������� THE KOOTMAY MAIL.  Ubelkootena^lfcail  ''   I'UHIilSIIKD   SATURDAY.  ���������A'l ���������  KEVELSTOKE. B.C.,  i  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   For   Annum  ' ADVERTISING 1LATI&S on .application  CliiuiKiih in ntitiitling ittlvei tiseiiiuiil-, iniisl  < be in by i) n. in. Tlini'-diiy oi each week to  'Hi-uine -,'ninl display. ritanttliiK utlveillsing  iiinllur will lie cliiuiKcd I w ice anion 111 without e\tin cliiLigu Kor more li-ef|tieiit  , iilti'inlloiiH the Lime oceiiinttl in Hinting  'Mime will he eliitiKeilnt. tisiiul inles. Casual  ml vol ll-lng will lie teeeiveil ti|i Id lllii.m.  on Kiiiiiuluj-,.  JOU I'ltlNTIN'O pioinpllj o\-i'Ctited ia leiison-  nblo niles, ;  TKHWS-C'iisli.  '    vit nee.  COItltKSI'ONDKNOK Invited on -iimtteiw of  public nileiest. C'oiiiiniinlcnUoiis lo Keillor must ho neeoiii|iiiiiletl by inline of'  , wi Her, not, ueeexnitrlly Coi- publli'iition. lint  in-evidence ol e:ood fullli. Cono-pondc'iiee  . should he liriet ami inns-, leueli lhe olllco  hy W'otlnenlny uvoiiiiik. ,    '     ,  Address ' ^  Tiik Kootknay Mail,"  Phone No. IH.   ���������       Kevelstoke, J3.G,  Snh'-eiunions pnyu'ulo in-ml-  oldest trail routes in tlio country,  wlieio the government shows itself  to be the tool of the land monopolist and hears not the appeal of the  settlers') where public officials refuse  to'ilo their duty by removing the  obstruction to a public highway,  and where a'member of the legislature proves false'to tlio public  interosts, lie hn& been elected to,  represent. SJurely it is high time  British Columbia lnul at the head  of afl'iiiis men of backbone^ and  determination to protect the'public  interest, instead of'mere puppets to  do the will of their monopolist  muster.  Wo rcquost out' numoi'ous ponders to  /   l'ttvop  us with thole nsslstnnco In  mnklnK tho KOOTENAY MAIL tho  most valuable  advertising- modl-  ''    um   In "the   Kootonnys by Riving-  '' tho preference, when making- purchases    to    those  limns ,who   aro  roK-ular advortisors In tho KOOTENAY MAIL. ,-  - '  '    CITY AOKNTS.   '  Copies of 'I'm: Mail muy be'oljinliirtl Horn  the tnllovi Ins'city nt;eiils: " ^  Kin i:i.i.iuki:���������I'a.naha I'ltuo & Hook Co.  ' J. ������'. JIkxm.i r.  ���������   ' i   '    VV. Iii:w-.  ''N.Via sl'-.l. H. AltlUISO.N."     ' "' *���������'      '  K.wi'.tioi's���������Sviini l3i(o������. ���������      ,   -  Aiimiiiiomiy''". \\'oi,i-i:ni)i:n'. '.<��������� l  V.v.s-t-ouvi u���������Cai.i.ovvav & C'omi'aNv.-       " .  LONDON (l-INULANTj) AGI'INCY. .  Out" I'ln-fUsli oilleesmeal3f> Kleel -Heel, London, li U��������� vvlieie Mus-)!-. h. *c ,1. Jlintlj .*c Co.  will letelve lor ns knglish now-.-iibsciipuoiis  and iidvcilli-einenls mill whoie a Hie is keptol'  ' tliispnpei toi Hie use (Hue ol.clini'Ko) of any of  ' oui   leutlois visiting London* mnl dcsiioiis ol  t.cuiiiK 'he Inlest   issue possible ol  ln������ or her  local | ui pel.   ,     * -l,  'E.  & J'. HARDY k UO.  ���������   IIO.MIS  AND  COLONIAL i-  AJJVKIirioLVO. I'ltKSS ASD      '  AUTllOlf.SAt.KXrs AND  '��������� XKH'SI'AlJKlt (JOKKKal'OXDENTS,  ,.'(0 J''Ieet falieet,        , - London, ICm.i.ano.'  CANADIAN   IIL'SINIJSS  A   SPECIALTY.  HAKVKV, McUARTEK  I    '���������', -    AND PtNKHA.U,  hahri&tuiis, solicitous, etc.  OFKicKb :   Molsons   Hank   I'lock,   Itr:v r.i.-  1 S'lOKK, li. G.  Money lo lo.m. '���������',.' <  Ollieos.- I'evelsioki-, H C; Kot i Steele; lZf._U.   ,  UKO. ij. McCA'U'lhlt,  A. il.  I'i.skiiam. '  Ueveisioke, ii. 0.'  J. A. H.vkv v.\,  ��������� ,   I'uiL Steele, ll (.'.  J  OIIN   MANNING   SCOTT CM.,'A.  L. L li.. ' ���������      -a-  ij.MtitibTisit, SoLicriDK, li-rc.  *'. (. 'l  First IStreet.        *   ..     Ki-vi-l-ioki'. ,B.U.  E  DWAltD A.  MAUCMiN.  ,Minini; Enginuku.  .(Mem.  American  tiisiitiiie Alinim; Unh'lneei -I  (Mem. C.iiiiidiiin Mining Institute.)  RKVKLSTOKE. li. O.   ���������  '-Ev.imination ot nnd  lupous on  Mineral I'm  pei lie������ it Spocinltv. t  ^belkootena^nDail  <U,MIO^.  SATUliIMY..APJirL :)0,  1901.  We congratulate Hon. C. Sifton,  Winifctei of' the Interior, on hi?  deteiinitiation to keep hi? department up-to-date. The Department  of Mincfc. which lie ha? established,  i& doing excellent work under Dr.  Jfaanel. Ph. D. '(B- U.S. L.). and  is ibsuing some of the most valuable literature ever published con-  cerninir mining in Canada.  A HElUOUh: CO>*J)ITI0X.  ' Tbe article on land monopoly.  Crv\liicli we publish in another column, show;- we have heie in British  Columbia the same condition of  thing- that cuised the ead in the  early dti};=���������government by " the  family compact.'" The small  settler is the backbone of the country, but his interests, and the be-t  interc.-tfe of the province, arc- -acri-  ficed every time thoy conflict with  monoply or cla.��������� interest-, ^'et thi'  people vote to continue this- ��������������� trite of  afiarrs.    They kick..and complain,  mux; in-:ssi v j-> i'olicy  WANTED IN li. C.  ' The, traveller through British  Columbia cannot fail to be impressed, with 'the backward 'con-  dition oft'; much of the oldest  setlleiiientis., iMisgovernmeiit in the  past, tind the want,of a-vigorous  public 'policyr in the prcs-entV.n'ie  ii|ipnreii't. Millions tof acres of the  public estate,,  much, ofv it   well  adapted to settlement,  are   tied up  ^ , i i  by fake railway'cliarters or  fenced  in by large   landowners   wlio  liold  pot-session of a whole   countrvside  *���������- t '  by the purchase oFadjacent' lrinds^  The day of tliis province as a  field  for   lmmiL'ration     and   settlement  i     ������ '  ~     i  has come, but home-seekers who  wish   (o  secure  other   .than     im-  i , ^  pioved properticis find themselves  at sea 'for want." of. reliable infor-  niation iis to "land "available for  settlement. That   ,informatian  should be jirovidechby the government but the 'home-seeker too  often finds he can get little or yio  infoimation tfroni the lands und  works department at Victoria. In  some.of tlie western districts of the  piovince it i- openly, ch.irgod the  ollii-i.ils stand in with the' land  monopolists, a ml tefif-e information  to applicant:-. If true,tvthis is n  serious 'condition :>i aft.iii's.  'I'lii.-'  io   a     time.   Avhen  strong  men .in e required   al "tho Jieaii   of  the govuitinieni, nii-n  who   will see-  that  the 'affaii.-   of   their tllep.irt-  ments aie opened   to   the   light of  (l.iy, that the fullest mfoimation is  piovided foi the Jpublic,/aiitk that  the olliciiil.- do theii" duty   without  'fu.ir oi favor.     Theie should be in  the   ollice   of ' every    government  agent   maps of   the district   under  hi.-control; showing   precisely   thtj  land acquired by puichase , or held  under pie-emption.   and   also  that  available   for   settltiment. f These  sliould   be  available  to all applicant-.    Then    home-seeker.-   could  ascertain   at   these  offices  exactly  what   land   is   available   in   any  pottion   of    the   province.  ���������  This  would   stimulate settlement,   ,md  prevent the blurring out oi intending  settlers   by   land   monopolists  CHURCHES.  " . MI-TIIOI'IST,  ' '    ,  The 18th ntiiiiinl 'session of the  Hritisb Columbia Methodist conference will assemble in Queen's  avenue Methodist church, Now Westminster, next month. The stationing committee will meet on Tuesday,  ���������May 17, ny2.!H)_ p. m. Ministerial  session will meet NVetliiusriuy. M,'y 18,'  at'2 o'clock. Tbc annual conference  will assemble nt 0 a. in. on Thursday,  May li). , Delegates will be in attendance from all portions of the province.  Subject for tomorrow evening "The  proposed   union   of   the I'resbytcrinn,  .Methodist unci       Congregational  churches of Canada." ,, ,  ,.'i 'I'liu.iiiv'mu.vx.  . Subjects for Sunday,* 'jWnjj 1st,  Morning subject: "I'rayei"���������its place  and valuein'lbc Christian life.' K veiling subject:' The " Lost chord" of our  ruligiouo life. '*        '  On Sunday evening the Oddfellows  of,HcvoI������loko nttentled divinc'servico  nl St. Andiew's cbiiicb. Air. Caldei's  subject _ was the "Christian Ideal,''  and iii! took for bis t'o\t I t'eler 11, 17  "l.ove the' brotherhood."' --In opening  bis di-coiirse Jlr. Ctilder lead ibirns's  line&'on "A mini's ii'injin for n'tbnt."  Scotland's rustic poet bad the sight lo  grasp the Christian conception, tho  tund.inioulal principle,' the, value of  the individual innn.-Kroin th issuing-,  the text "Love tbe brotherhood.", The  veiso contained tbe'general pieccpt  "Honor aIKincn.',' The three fallowing aic its great divisions- Love,the  biotberbood. fear God, honoi the King:  ".1. "Love"the,  bibtherhoody   "The  '.< i       ".  hoiizon niiriows fioni   innrifin general  to man tu particular. ��������� Honor nil men,  but love " the brolhoihood'���������the  .Cluistiim ideal. X\'a might cull"the  early chinch a seoiolr society. The  catacombs ot Koine 'today" loll the  story of tbe piK-t���������tho .peisccnted, the^  hunted , Tbe emblem of thedish as il  wasdiisci ibed '"on ibe b.uid or elsewhere, was the sign of recognition,  the' cbiel; letters ol tho OieokVvord  being tho-e ot  the niiiiic Jesus Cluist.  The'Chiistiiuiis weie hclplul toonean-  , i  other   under* all   ciioumstaneos     To  love tbc btotlieibood   was  a   caidiiuil  duty.  .'"Wc, might    call   it   in    the  highest     sen-e    ,tbc ��������� Cliii=(ian   lice  iinisoiriy.    In tunc,.,as0 men   lost this  /.c.il, anil   love   giew  'cold, this 'ideal  condition', passed  away., Liut.--vvc see  its coirnicrpiiit in the organi/nt ions m  eveiy age.  which   have sought eitbei  ti> restoic Ibis ideal  oi sto nnsvvei Mint  longiirg m the Irumiin hetut for association in mutual aid and comfort. This  i-to bo seen in  the national ipiiit. as  men   in  a   foreign   land   (of the same  nation)   weio ' mutually ' helpful     It  showed itseit   in   the gieat monastic  oideis  of  the  chinch   east and wc-t,  and in the semi-ieligiotis orders which  b.itl their I'iith   m   the eiusadcs, such  .is   the   I\nights   Templais  and   the  hospitalie-  or   ICniglits  ot  St.   John,  these  oiders  exciting  a   f.n-ieacbing  influence in their day.    Ir wns tlicngc  of romance and of doughty deeds.  have their sphere of usefulness with  their tendency to uplift mankind. The  gieat weakness today of all such' is''to  belbst in the gieat material spirit oi  tho age, when men forget tlie principles and seek only the material  benefit. The1''self-seeking dominates  the ethical and the spiritual, nnd tho  love of the biothcrhooil falls into  iibeyence.  1 The Christian ideal tin the piedorn-  inence of love. r Without this ideal all  is disjntegrating. -���������As men seek prin-  ciples,and cultivate loyalty-to these  they lise higher in 'the scale of life  and appioiich ^the ideal. Wo must  work backward to' the 'stage of the  early chinch when brotherhood had  its lealun'titrn. t Jt i.i surely .coming.  As men and 'nations .lie learning to  look ovtarthcir fever of sellishiiess'iind  realize their common interest Mint the  nice is one,'that Cud has given to  mankind of,eveiy nation mHicicnt for  bis wauls, and thiough mutual intor-  .cliange along the lines of lieest intercourse ,"to-roach out, alter that gieat  time when biothorhood shall be complete in the new older of tiling-, when  Jesus shall conic a  second time wilh-  I i. (1 r     '  out. sin inlo salvation.  "VfOriCli, is lioi������ljy Knuii������,lliii(,:i(ltliijsii|t���������r  X> ' ilnle, I intend lo npplj to lho llontiiiililu  Llio Clnel I oiniiiisSKiiie!- or I.,mils and Win ks  loi iibpeei.il lieunse loeiit and emij ,i\mi\ timliur Irom I lie lollovvni'; do-.cnbud I,mils:        ,.  (.nmintiiiciiiK nt-,1. it Jamison's sniilh-uiiil  eornui, tlieneo viest 11(1 cliunis, lliunee sonlli 1(1  cliiiinx, llieneo e.isl 11,(1 chains, thence norlli 1(1  chains to point ol ciiiiiiiieneeineiiL.   <~   v  -- ."���������  U.iletl thu2-lf.il d.ij ol April, 1'JOI.  '    . ,      .    S   J. IIAULO\\.r  ���������VfOTICK is hu'rebv kivuii Unit after':������) d.ivs  J_> allei date 1 intend to apply to the Honorable the Clnel (Joiiiiiiissionci ol Lands and  Winks, loi a special license lo cut mid eanj  nun) liinliei limn' lho Nil lowing ide-eiilied  lands, vi/. :. ,' ....  ('(iiiiinonoiiiK *.it a post planted iibtint two  miles west ol S> J.' li,nlo������'a -muli-wost coiner,  thonci'^noilli SO i-lmnis, iheiiue'ensl .V) chains,  Ihent'c south SO ell, nil-, tliein e v\es( SO chains io  ponil of eoiiimeiieeiiienl ^  ,   Dnled Uiui'ith daj ol Apt il. I'lOl  i , .<H   MASCHOLL  '  IMPERIAL BANK OP CANADA:  (ViiilalAmljoil/wl, *?4.(HJn,(XlO.   t'lipitiil Paid Up, ?", <(K),MKl.    Hesl,'1-2,0-AfKKI.  .' Jlt'.ul Ollice, TonoN'io, Oxtajiio. / '  ,    lliiniehes in tjic N'ortInvest Tenitorie'-, Miiniti'ilin, Ontniio and (Jnebec.  And   the Pillowiiik points in   Hrm-li   Coluiiiliiti:    Cranlmiok. Golden,  ' NeKfin, lievel-tol.i'i Tinin L,il>c, Vtiiicniivcr nml Yiclnriu.  T. li. .Mi.nitii I, 1'ie-ideiil. 11. K. Wii.mi:, Vice-l're-idi'ifi mid Gi'iiernl JVlnijiiKcr.  K. Hav, As-isiaiii (juiiuinl Miiiiiikui.    VV._Mon-,vi, Clue! Jnspector.  ^'Revelstoke Branch, B. C���������A General Ranking Business Transacted'<g  k'        "7       *.KiiviiiK- JJu'imilinfill��������� Jlepn-ils Heceintl and Interest Allowed. .       '*"  ���������. -"     ' '    ?     ' ',  '',' ' 'Dial Is -old a \n i In bio in all pints or Canada, United Kiates and Unrope.      j  tSpt'cinl allenlion itiven lo collections. . A. ll. I'lliits, Maiia(.-er.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.    '  ileels every Tncsdn-  uvunliiK' m Helkirl;  Hull nl 5 o'clock.  Visiting hri'ilucn eor-  dlnlly inviled lo attend.    ��������� '  i'��������� K.",\I).\IH,N.G  J. A1AT1IIK. rfi:u.  ��������� x^  Kootenay Lodge  "W'-K   U    ������f������i'  NO.J.GA.F.&A.M.  "X^     y^l/'    ��������� J*    *   'I'lieieynliii'iiiu'lni','-  mc held in lhe .Mas.  nine ' Tcinplc.   Odd  i^= I'l'IIiivvs Hull, nn  tin.  e=������=lhiwl    Al mid ityit in  _ t.itli iiiiaith alo ti.in.  -    \ i.siUiik  ' hi el In en  coi'tllnll'    wekoincd.  J." SAMSON'  Painter, Papeiiiiinger,, Signwriter  '     ,   icALSOAMNINftf.DqNIS. ;  Oi'deis rcc"ivi'rpi(iiii|jt attention.  .Second street,      '-���������    UEVfiLSTOKE:'  J. G-uy Barber  ife),JEWELRY   ' .  WATCHES  To Trappers  Raw- Furs > Bough o ��������� - - r  ���������'   '���������' 'Gash Prices,Paia  f. b. wells;  Exporter of Furs'. "  ��������������� , - --" ���������  - > -���������  -,     -     ' -,  VfOTJClH is hereliv kivuii  thai,,id il.ivt, .illui  J_\    date. 1 intend  to apply lo the llonoi.iblu  the Cliiel.C'oiiiniis.sioiiei   ol .Lands and Woil.-,  ror.istieci.il license to cut and caiiv aw.ivtiin-i  bci lioni the rollownift di'sei iln-d land-, sitimte ,  in lho District-el   Konlclias      I onilnelit ili^  at.j  ,tliesoiiili-easl coinei ol I^ot Sal, Gionp I, tlienei'  weslMl chains,  thence -inn li Ml chains, thence i  east St) chains,  lheuce   limlh,,M) chains  lo the)  point orcoiniiienceiiienl  Dated the JTIh da\ ol Apiil, lOtll.    '  i  t JAM IIS .VIcLIIXNAX  n ' i      0  'Wna. Fieming,  "   Wholesale and'ltclail       -<  z . Meat lerehant.....  , ' ' *  I'isly.iiicl   (,i,imt' i in   '.Sc.i'stin^  First St, Revelstoke.,  and a  complete lino  .   of tlie't    ' '  .GENUINE  m  ���������4)k  >n^i^$^<r  "1847.:  .,   . Rogers Bros."''  ��������� . (fa/. '  \ Knives', Forks,  -i,;V\y.'   '_Spoons, etc.   '   ,���������  I l-*\t������!Fcarernlly c\tiiuiiictl ,mul'  piu'pt-lh titli.il to Hit hist (;mde  ofi'lisse.,      , f     ���������) ���������     '  /,  - Fm.--. ,(Cy. O) - ���������'  I kcpuirniK. v y    .   v^_^  r"' , ,r,  ~t>  ���������NO TIO'E,  VTOTKIR is hurob>   ������ivon  th'.tl. :,0 <In\a n'Lcrj  ',l^     fl.il<>. J intend   to  .HM'U^to  tl'f   Mon    the  Chiuf (Ynnmissioiirr ol   Ij.uk!- raiitl   Woilts nt j  Victoii.t loi .i siM'ei.il   liccn^u to' out, -nu! e.nn  i\\ii\* -lirnl)(Ji    horn   the    following   flc-c'^'d  l.inds \i/ :     *��������� l'  " -  . '   L  (.'(mimoiicini; at .1 po-,t pl.iiiLnd .ih.iut ](J cI:,1111 -^  north <������r lho4\\t,e������l end oT WiKon Lai (j tlie ca  woit Hi) cliains, Ukmici* noi tli 10 ch.iiii-. tlionru  u.i-L H-0 ch.iins, thuiicu <-oiil li 10 chit in*- lo puint  of coinmciicciiiynt r s .  D.uud tho^lUid.ij of Apiil. VKH   -      *      '  ,1  k jamii:sox.  KURTZ &'C0'S CIGARS  The Best on tho Market.     ���������.  For  Sale  or.Rent.   ,  ! -jjiihst i;i,.\s.y 1 iutk'i. in ('.Iriihin i.'--  J1' 13 0. -Tire l.nifi'si .nifl nnlv lii'-L-  i-l.iss, ,|p'i|si. 111 limn. I'i.1 |i���������i 1 it ii'.-u s  .ipplv   In   llnti'l   < 'riti'i'icn, i(',i iiTlwiriii.  n-<;      '���������<.���������<��������� ' y. A     - -,"    .  ���������'_..... , j;_.  ."���������. ..   ,��������� ,.*._.'_  ' * i '    ^",  " " ',~ ~~~? ''[,-.  ,  *��������� .   ''"^ ' ,*5?,'^av'-' 't r-     - ���������  rpsp^wsln^'gL vz -'.  ;������s  -     ^NOW'lN ITS;3-������;li VI5\R     '     J  'I he' leading iinnini;-put iodic.il   tl   da.     {  vinilil, ������ltll the siiulii;est ei.i-.uilal sl.ilT o,  . ail} t^cluiiL il ', i.IiIil.iiio 1. '  > Subsetiptinn   J.'.Oili a" m; ii    (iiichl<]me '  U. S , L in idi.111. Mi Mc.'in o������^sia������e |  S iniplu cup; frtu. SliiiI fur llool. Cilalo^uc  The E.Ntii.MinRiNB ami Mining Jouknal  .   WI Brofldnay. New Ycrkx'*  *h>.l  ;S;  KURTZ'S OWN ^     .  KURTZ'S PI ON'1512 It"  K URTZ'S' SPAN IS11  BLOSSOM  ,110 Iii.tntls Lh.it ti,1 n't. he bi-ati'ii.  AIADI-! IBV UNION'LABOR.  Who does not read vvitli interest the  who represent to the new comers j thiillnitr defeiw of Rhodes and -Mnlt.i'  in search of a home that the i-mrl [Thc "iiddie ages witnessed the ii������cnf  ���������selected beloncs to tliem.   ' jthe crnft.men ntul   the  organi-zntioti',  Then one of'the fcrsi feature? of:'" tho" p0,icrf"1 K1"1''8 b0 w,,inS '"  puhlic policy rhould be the opening up of the country by jrood  road?. Yet these are the exception.  Portion- of the country settled for i  forty years are =til] without  eood  roarle,  -vvitli   the   rc-r-ulf,  that  |littory. From this pciiod in p.u ticulni  j ha- come   tlie gieat  modern lnotlicr-  jhriiid���������the     political,   .such    at,' 'the  ' Italian    Mafia,   ant!   social,   .suc], 11S  iii.isoriry  -        i ,1 *  Ani'iiijjsl thc English sjietiking  pi'dplf have arisen in oui own tiny the  many organi/irtion-s  largely fnshioncd  they are kept nl backward, con-  dition������. There ib neitlier telegraph I in t-l',Jir order and ritual futer.M.is-oniy.  nor telepho-e. District.- otherwiFo j Til'- fok "!l!,t 01' "'-"'' 0I '"inunl corn-  well s.iiited for .-ettlement and   rich ' l,'"-,-'<'"->''-"' !llfl- 'l'lfl  tll(- ulloviation  in mineral resources nm   thin kent! of ,k^"-'-' lh" ,,p|-' "l thf' "idow ,lnd  ., 1   .1 1 i-.-       ���������    , atphnn. and tlie staving fif oid a^e hn.s  in the same backward condition in i    '     ,' , ,        ,  , . ,    ,, , , .        . , l'ivcii nittlr tn thi-  otdr-r  ot   tin- Odd-  vvhich  thev   have   been   tor   veiir-*.' . ,,  1 lell'iM- -  and but for the regular   call of tlie'  tax gatherer it might   be   ^nji]io<-'ed  theie   mi*   no  government to take  anv intere-t in the countrv,    (lood  '��������� sI'KOXOUbT   in   -nn:   WOULD.  THE   EQUITABLE  LIFE   ASSURANCE  SOCIETY  OF TJM-:   UNITED  STATUS  Klmiv 11   liv 01, Fotmdct  Tenders for a License to Cut Timber on  Dominion Lnnds in the Province  of British Columbia.,   +Y  CKALEIiTKN'llUH-Mitlil edTo theTimiiei  s-1 nml Mines Hi.tneli Dep.it I ment ot the  InU'i ioi. and intu'l,, d on the em elope-" Tender  lor'11111 tier Boilh No. .'ISd " \m 1 he leceited.n  tin-; Dep.iitiiK'iit nm il noon on Wednesday, the  ISlh iliiv ol M.iv. llJi'l. I or.i Iiluiisl tnunl tiinlir i  (in lleilliNo Hb(i. uunipiisiiiK ^eetion- 17. IS 111.  2d, Jl. VV'i'sinf LO,,. liouUi half ol S-ecl ion is  W'l'-i ol Lake, bniith hair nl .Suction -."I  and .Smith hall ol Scliioh'HO. in Ton nship 31.  II.iiikuS. VVe-lof lhe (,ih lluiiili.in. unnliiinin';  an aiea of .1 (ill-tpian'niilt,- mote Ol less  The ii'KnIiitioiis nndei vvlnuli a license hill he  issued, al-o pi'inted ioi ins of li ndei- and into!  ope.iii.iyheolil.uned.it llu- Depailinent oi at  I lie ollice ol llio Clown 'I nnliei At;eiii,iit New  Westminster. , -        t*  J'.nch   tendei   intiM   lie  .'leeainp.tnied   liv'iin  iieeepled i,lit(]iie on a ch.n let nl haul, infa'ioiii  ol lhe Ile|tii} ot Mmistci   of thc Intciiiii. tor  tho.-iinoiint ol the hoinis which lhe applicant i-  piepaied to pa.v loi a license.  No lenilci liv lelc^'i.tph vwll he entert.lined.  t'lIULI^   (I. K'KVKS,  SL.      ������ . .   Sccietai-v  Dep.iilincnt ol the Intel ioi. ,  OII.ih.i. 1'ehi nni} -Jiilli. PI3I  Remedies.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy..  For Coughs, Colds, Croup andyVhuop-*,  ing Cough    Price 25 cents;"large size 50c.-  Chamberlain's   Coiic. Cholera  ( "   and Diarrhoea Remedy.   ,���������  '    For Bowel Complaints     I'nce 35 cecta>  b  ;   1  Chamberlain's Pair.  Bajm.  , An antiseptic liniment cipt Liallv vilua-  blefor Cuts, Bruises, Spiniiis^nd Rhi nna-  tisni.    Price-25 cents; ls.rjje -tie 50 ici..s.-  Chamberlain's Stomach-  Liver Tafcltti,.  1  For   Disordeis of th\j :sn,i...ich,  and Bowels..   Price 2= im ���������-  Ja.vuakvM, I!������()(.  -  Outstanding  Assurance, $1,409L918,742  New Assurance,   $322,047,968  Income -     $73,'718,351  Assets     8381,226,036  Assurance, Fund  and all other Li  abilities   Surplus . .  $307,871,898  $73,354,138  j roads, "ovrnment,   U'lcirMph- and   t!,t-<  hut forget   they  aro   rocivinq ju.-t; telephone-   form    plank-   In'" tin-  ft-1 p)!iii-i[il">- .in  lli'isi- i,t I'niti'iriily.  ivc   and   'ruth      V;tst    h.i-    li'i'ii  it"  ri wth run! vvrder  i-   it-   nitlii"ii<'>' p,r  ��������� ,(.([      \V,< niti-j   :i f������'_'ni/(    tin-  jil'in  ui-'4.iiii/,iti"ii.-   fill   ii.il.ii,      ,T!ii y  ���������f. XV.- Aliixa.vdlk, J'rosidcirt;  J IT. IIydi:, Vico-Picoidont; New Yoik.  Ar.MixitiiiiO it Fliiviixo, Mnn.igiMs,  IT. ,M.   bl,L, f'.|s|iiL.|; S|i(lk|||ic.  W.lbll.  I'.'n r.Lwis. Aj,'ont, i;pvfis[,)kp, n. ti.  Tenders fop jl License to Cut Timber  on Dominion Lands in tlie Province of British Columbia  'clIALHD TIIN'miHS iddies-ed to thoTiinhei  "-* and .Mines Hianeli Dcp.iitiiii.iii nl Ihe  'Jnti'iioi. antl inai l.eil on the envelope '"t'entlei  loi Tnnhei, Ueith No..'IdI. ' w-ll lioieeoivul.il  Ihis JlciMilnicnl until neon on W'cdne-daj. the  1 St.li daj ol Maj. pint, loi a licon-o to cm tunnel  on lleith No :)SI. coinnii.-iiiK the Sonth-IIast  (liiaiioi ol bcction I'i Town-hip Iii.. R.iiikc '.'.  We-I nl the llth .Mciidian, containni^' an ana ol  lOOacics mole oi le���������  The leitiilatinn-. nndoi which t licen-e will he  issued, also pi-iiiled lonn ol tenclni and cnwlnpe -    inaj liu olit,need at, this Dcpailnif in   oi.u the I at the hoiu nl luo n i>|nck in  ilhcenl the ( invvn Tnnhei   Veem at New We-t- I 'he pin P"-i- of eh uin/.- id!  Everyone of th  is guaranteed zv-  isfactory (ot:���������  money will hp r.  l <2 v r ."  .-i  and  Liver  IS _;-sj_.  'I:  ,'sj  The Prince Mining   and  Develop-^  ment Co., Limited Liability.  ���������vrcmn; isin-:ni;nY givjix that the nnmmi  iy     nieetniK    ol    the   shaieholdei-    of   Ttin  I'l.'ISf I.   JIlMM,    nil   IJLV M.lll'MI M    t'OMMM".  LiMiiLO Limiii.iiv   will   he  held at I he I'oin-  paiiv's oIIki.  1'iiat sliect, Hovid-t';! e, 11 (J . oit  Wi'dnc-tlav. tne iniiili d u nl  Jli it-fi    \    IJ , 10(11.  ,,        I'liioon   lor  - 1' '   i e cii?m'n^  ���������iliiik  10 (he  h\ in-  inimstei. |\e.u   ind rm all nl Inn   |iiii|h>-  Liicli   lontlei    niii-t  he   .icctimp inicrl   h\   an ' '" iii.i^i'iin in ,,l ihe nm pai,\  accepted t heipie on a chain led h nil,- in I uoi'i        ll   '-   pn'i1"-''!   t"  .mend   iii-  ' v-'avv-  of I he Ueiiiilj   ol the .Mim-ti'i  ol   i!k Inuihi   ,' '/' i-m- ,l������e nnnii ci oi duct toi - i>.   even  lortlio ,iini,inn ol  the  In,nn- wlnihllie   ippli.       Tin-  llan-lei   hiit-l,   nf   the  ft inpaiv   will   he  cant is piOp.uid to pa\ lm a Ikiii-.      ^ t-ln-ed   Llniiiitr  ll'e  foli.lten   i!a\-   .intnctliiitclv-  Nn lundm h\ tr le���������'iaph w ill hi i.nn itnini ,i       j piui din^-iitl. laeelin^.  im-im i-v   I    i. i \ I v.                " "ed   'Ii   It' '  I I.HLI.v.  (,   KLV I- , ri,  ^   !  .s-'-l ll't.ll \     I .  Uepir n' ol the fntmim I ,i   Jl    f-A(rIT,  Ottawa. Vpnl nth   l"l'l j  '-'il  O.I  el-l.., t  . l!UiI  I! C    th.-   ! Tl li daj ol"  s,"ciet.*ii.\  "/  wluit   they   votfl   for.    Thoy   will  liiivo   to   -ubinit    to   -.noli    pet Ly  tyranny till thoy clotiTiriino to-how  tliem.-civu- nifiii of -[iirit tint! intl������-  pendonce and ca-t thoir  ballot.- for  the public good,  for tho administration of the law  in tho intorc-fct*- of  rich and   poor alike,   and for clean  government.    Here i.s  an   in-ilnnce  where a land monopoli-t i- perm it-  ted without let or hi nd ranee to block  a whole  country-ide, where he can  fence'  in    hih   neighbor1-    in   back  country   by   lock and   key, ��������� where  :he can pi event ������iccc^*> to ono of the  ?plion(-=   torm    pmnKj   ;n  j party platform;-, but f-o far   in Mn?  province    that     is     where     tlit'-f  feature'- of   jd.blic   policv   liao'l  "iin and ended  HKST KI-"\I. KSTATK lilY IX  TIfKflfTV���������V nr it ittraetivi-S-rooin  lifiu-"!' well mult nnd conveniently  ���������lrr.injcd, hot and cold water bath and  .ill     niiidern     ootiveiiient'e-t .Stone  foundation, corner lot liS-tlOO, all  graded and in lawn and f;,ir(l''n> ������������������lidi1-  vvnik (titfi osty light. Locution, one  block from   City   Hall.      Kr.VKrsTOKL  fVHUilANOL    AOK.N'CV,     LTI>.,       .\fol-O.Vrt  Ua.vk Ur,fr,i>r.vfi.  USE ^~xmz^>  - ROYAL CEOWN SOAP!  The Best in  the World  Mail u������ lo Royal Crown n<,,i\.  U'rapper", and r:i return we  will mail a ri".iutiful Pjerure  M/f lfi<20 , lit for Iio Wrappt r+  yfiur ohttire of over 100 b.ioft-  Drop im a po-it card n-'kin^  fur a eatiilogue of prerniuiii"  to be had FRBK for Royal  Ciown .Soap VV nipper-'  Aiidreii  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver. B. C. Limited.  O frff-msstetis /iJ^sriy^zi/'O&Tis -/c Ms-r,:Jis  J2 .f>     p/3-  7"  G23SBS3aaxaznt     gRZxsxsarm-nn&KagMrz      efcaa&saee  flwcd 0-/v!/i/ ������^"^  Wy _  ^./bss ffi-Mt?^,  ��������� I'w  'j3:|  '{'���������  is1?,  ���������V'li THE KOOTENAY MAIL  NEW BUILDINGS.  CHARMING   H 0 LI DA Y   RE SO R T.  Erected by Revelstoke' Con-  ',. tractors during past year. ,  The following list of .buildings erected  by Kevelstoke contractors during the  past   year,   ���������vvith  accompanying, cafci-  . 'inntea of cost-, speaks inore for- the sub-  ' stniitial piogress of tbe  district'than  anything else.'f,  ,iy'w. a. room's coxtuacts. l  -T. Kilpntrick, rulditions to 'lesiilencc,  ,   ''     SIcKcns-ic Avenue, $2,000.    ,   ,  , 'J. Pnhiiciyicsidciice, -Thiid st., .$1,800  iIis.Spingge,iesidei)ce,Tliird <t.,if2,500  E. Jackson, lesidencc, JleKciizie Ave.,  ��������� '   .1i2,:!00.     k "'    '  i'F. Youngs/rcM-lonciy Fourth st., $2,200  JE.JIosciop', resilience, First st., $2,300  S. McDonald, residence, Fiist St.,$2,200  \V. Agnew, residence, First St., $l,yoO  Tl.'A. Jbovvn, residence, Victoria St.,'  ,  $2,:ioo.       .   - .    ,  'AV.A.'Footc, lesidencc, Third st.,$2,000  "\V. Turk, residence. ThiicUt., $SS0     ,  11. OICCAKTIIY'S   CONTIl.VOTS. '  Wis. Williniiisoii. house, $1:200 ,'  '1* - ,  llarbor'Liiniber-C.o., additiorr to ollice,  C  $500' i,   '       ���������      'I        '' ' i '*  ivi���������.'v -v *s.���������;ti.    ,���������.   *i\iii\ Tbe Lakc'Louiso Chalet is  situated  Jilrs. A.'jS. Smith, store, $1,000 ,        '        . ,   ��������� ( ,  GuyUaibor, stoic, $1,000        , i   .������" tl,e 'sll������1C'������f l*&* Louiio, two and  SlncdoiiiiUI and Mo'irteith, store,'$l,S00  ''. llalf  miles fl'������m  bnggan and   three  W. M.Snider.'hbuse, $2,000 ' miles from the bakes  in  the  Clouds'.  Mrs? A'. jSr-.Siiii_tli, addition to residence   Some.of the giandest scenery  in the  tf  I'      'r  Go-  '. Carts  The leaders for over.-IO'yo.u-s. JTave  Anti-Friction Wheel Fastener*, Patent Foot Jb.ike. ,.Instantly adjusted  ' RuiZiljer The Wheels for .ill guides.  Kii.tiiifllrd 'Coal's, Oak, Cieen arrd  .M.iiotiii.   Xow is the time to get one.'  l.lu--i it wns ,,f 2- st} 'e- from SL.Itl to fit) ('.,) mailed  ��������� . jo ii i aptihc ition. \\ rite Tor l'liiintureCatalogue  V/eiler Bfos, yietbpia,Br C.:  COMPLETE   FURNISHERS.  $300  J. Guilctlb, addition to store, $200 ','  Additions to buildings! $450 a-     '     >  ',,). a. kck.vahan's coxtkaci's.**    %  Armouiy  for'Doininion, Govcinnient,  - ',-    $9,000 , ,'       y     -    ". ,r J     '  'lniperinl Bank, biick building. $15,000  Jlr. ICcinnban also1 elected biiildinus  for the'.C. P. R.. including Lake bouise  Hotel at  Lnggiin. and  improvements  at   Field   and   Emerald   Lake  to tbc  'value of $11,000    " -      ".'''.  *     ' n. II   ADAIU^'CON'TRACIS.  . *'" . I   '  Mrs. Lee, dwelling, cor1. Oiton ave arrd  J   Fourth st'., $2,000 ���������'     'Z.  ' XV. Coughlin. dwelling; $1,S00 ' _   \  P. bow en, lesidencc, Second St., $1,600  Piesbytcii.'ui iMansC. Thud St., $2,500  Branch   store   foi   Keitl- and' Young,  .'   ' 'Arrowhead, $1,200 ,.  Additrons to  buildings already  built  .'       and general improvements. $600  '��������� 'Grand total.'$L05 430. ' .     '-.  countiy is to be "found within four  miles ofjhe hotel, ivhiclfiVono of the  most popular tourist"resorts, on the  C. P! JR.' The hotel was elected last  season b.yj. Kcfiiriglfan" contractor,  of Kevelstoke, who commenced  oper  ations  on   November*.   Nt.J!)02   .mil   l>v  ojoctiioity.   heated  completed it on .lu no  l-t.'JflO:; a W  liftud'1 vi ith electi io   liu  days previoust tu   the, opening oi   tlie  touriit season.   Tlicio ine'iirJ liediooins  and    16  bnthiooiiis,   besides ii^r'laigc  dining loom,  littiiig i-pijin"','  In I haul  rooin.ibar rooni, b.uber's shop, kitchen':  stoiehouscs. ice house nucleoid storage  -Tlio.tiiinilci'S fni the' help aieequahto  many of the host hotel's in thecountiy,  being 30ft   by 150ft. two stoicy>>; high.*'  nnd   lifted   wit Iy every   convenience.  The buildings are lighted  throughout  bv r steam and  s. The Chalet  , 11 co ii n ecled by 'felei i hone \\ i t h' I -a ggan.  lMCld."and Emci.tld I.ake-s. S"lr. I\er-  ^mglian's eontiact amounted to'almost,  $11000, 'and'.u'.is c.micd <out,in a  innnnor creditable 'alike tb tliecon-  ti'actor'.ind the conip.inv ' The C I'll, spent 'over $25,000^ more on an  electi io light plant, water '-upply and  giouiuN! The Dominion Gove'tiiniont  have built a new vvaiton  bnggan to the Chalet.   ������������������  E. B. EDDY'S  "ICING   KDWARD'MOOOs  "IIFADj:iGHT,"'.-i(J0s.  "EaCLK," 100s nnd 2lM)s.  "VICTORIA,"/'  "LITTbE COMET."  '  FOR' sale everywhere.  ^���������j  9-  -Are the best that can be bought.  - Don't experiment with other jind inferior branrls.  -.   '     ;:   .USE  'ZEZDZCTST'S     y    ' ,  ioad   irom  WAR PROGRESS  dominion    .>  .;   : works:  Proposed   at 'Long  Lake and  Beaton.  '      t  '.lion. E. \V. Aylmer, Dominion  Engineer, was in Vernon this week  to.examine and report on the proposal.-to construct a, channel to  connect Woods lake with Long  lake at Vernon, thus adding considerably to the navigable aiea of  Long lake. It is understood Mr.  Aylmer will report favorably on  . the proposal and that,a sum"will  be provided on "the vestimates for  carrying out the work.  Mr. Aylmer left Friday morning  rfor Beaton to examine  and  report  on the proposal to diedge a channel  'theie to allow steamers to  run,up  to the townsite at low water.  .Japs'  have   blown   up , pm t of the  Siberian railway.        "<?- *,.  Japs who'crossed the Ynlu weie,  repulsed . in ' charging11 '<\ -Russian  position. Two, gunboats steamed up  the river(,to the, suppoit ^of������ the Japanese, ������.'hcn a Russian field'battely at  A"niisan opened upon them,'resulting  iii a .duel which" lasted for 20 minutes.  ���������The^ Russian fiie wns'too hot, and the  gunboats were " forced "to" turn ,'iuid  steam out ofrange   , i, ��������� '     , ���������' "  A Russian ��������� submarine' bcnt<> is re-  iN ? ' -  ported to have sunk a "Japanese transport, which was conveying 600 men to  Koiea, and all troops were lost.   "  .The Japanese - cruiser Hai /Tien,  which struck the rocks at Eagle Point,  'si.\ty miles southeast of Shanghai, is  a totnl loss.    There was no loss of life.  ^JOTICII is herein ifivon that tliirtv riajs, after  fl.ilu I intend tn :i|)|)h to tlio('lnof ('runniis-  ",1'inor.of L.indb mitl Worl,= for.i opucinl licon-e  tfi cut find carry .im.ij-uiiibpr from llio follow 1111:  (luscnbctl I.iikU sitncito about 011,'lit (SI mile-  ficmi tlie mouth of Half \V.i\ Creel,, Upper  Arnivv Lakes. 13 (I i        '  Timber claim commciiciiii; at jm-,1 m.irKi'd  T 13 N'o 1 Po=t,"'nbout eicht mile- mm cm  lo-? from lho mouth of li.tir Wiij Creel,, tliPiico  e.i-t SO chains,, tlienco :.nutli SO chains, thence  -v\o,st SO chains, thence north SO chains to place  of commencement - >  Dated llns 2tth day of N'ovomhci, A   ]) , lOtt)  ' "    A    1!.'STHWAUT  N OT IG E.  *  Calomel Ruins The System   i  t"And should only be used urdei' a  doetoi's oideis. For a mild physic  take Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Manclral c  arid Buttei nut s.Xo gripe, no pain,  certain'-relief for, headache, consti  pntion and torpid bier.' Use only Di.  Hamilton's Pills, Puce 25c. ���������  -' TORONTO FIRE LOSSES.  Ib.is gratifying to note the promptness with which Canadian Fnc Companies aie assisting Toionto business  iirnia to letuine then financial status  bv- nSaking speedy settlements for thc  1 ec.cnt the lussofc. Among the foic-  most ,ofvthesc .may be nqticed the  Equity nnd various companies rcpie-  sented heir by the - local ngency  conducted bv IT. N.'Couisier.  COMMERCIAL  A "onfeience of boaids of trade will  be held at Calgary on May loth and  ICth, at which one subject for con-  sideintion is regulation of supply of  ICootenny with farm produce.  TRADES UNIONS.  Important    Bill   Approved   in  British Commons.  London, Apiil 22.���������Thc House of  Commons today passer^ the s,.,.0iiil  leading, by 2:18 lo Mill votes, nf ibe  tiados.uniuiu, W\\\] huali/ing peaceful  piuketing. aim tiding the iaw'ulcon-  spuacy in cnniicctiiiii with tiade  disputes, mnl 1'iotecl'iiir 11.ides union  funds against Itsral pioees^ foi damage,  caused by the 'action ot members of  such unions. The bill is the outcome  of the recent judgment in. the famous1  Tatl'e Vale Railway case, when the  Railwiiynien's Ui ion was mulcted in  heavy da mages foi picketing and 111-  teifeiing with non-unionist*).      '  Piemier Billfou 1 opposed thc bill.  Mi. Winston Cliiuclull spoke in  suppoit of the bill. but. towards the  close he suddenly lost the thread oi  his argument, and, after a pause of  some momei ts, dm ing which he  tin ice essayed to icsiime, Mr. Chuichill  sat down in sonic confusion, without  finishing.  MOIjCE 1-lirrebv when that tliirtv cl.iv- .iTtoi  A'.   date I intend to apiih  to   the Chief  ('0111-  imssionrr of Lands nncl   Work-;;   for 11   special  licoiisu to cut and earn awav timber from   tlie  rollovvnii;  do=cnbed liinds -.itu.ito  about;  nine  and .1 half miles more or lo-?s  from tho moiitli  of  llalrAVav Creek, Upper Arrow Lake- 13 ('  yimbr-r claim  commciiciHK al a post marked  I   B No  I," aboutmiip awl ali.ilr imlcimorp  or  less from  the mouth of Hair W ,i\  Creek,  tlienco -it) chains -nntli. tlioiice-li30 chain- oa-lV  thence 10 chains  north, tlienco ltiQicliniiis. west  to place of comnicnceiueiit.   ~.L   it      ,, - ,   I    ,  Dated this 23rd d.i>   of Xovomboi. \ J> . 19ft3  . ., . "J   .MfUON'VLO  wOTit V 1- heioln irneii 1l1.1t tlurtv d.ivs- afler  ��������� M date [ intend to appli to the Chief C'ninmi-  sionoi of Land-, and V\ml,-- for a special licen-e  loent and cam a\ia\ timbei fiom the tolloviiiii;  'do'ci.bod lands -ain.itc about ivvolvc and a hall  mile- from tlie iiinuihof Half Way Creek,.Upp''!  'Vriovv L.'il.f  11 C.      ' ��������� '  -I'nnbnr claim   commencing  at   No  f   HOTEL;; LARDEAU ���������;!  & ^^^^ GOMAPLIX--' ,&  nil? . '. j     0 \     t   ,   fl j 4    ^ 1 ct/T  <$>   The Best^House in Town.  'Well Furnished-  ntfl  Good Table rfo  |> K.Seif Brancls ������f- WJNE������> SPIRITS and CIGARS kep\ in.Stock..     ^  1 i*1-*- (*������  le-s from tho mouth ol HalfWaj Crook tlioiice  vve=t SO chains, tlienco north S!) chain-, thence  east SO chain-, tlienco south .SO chains to place  of commencement ; '   ^  '������-       - '  Bated this 2ltli davnl Novomnor, V. D  ,<*  1903  C/ j' McPHliRSON.  MOTICK IS irEItnBY GIVEN- ih-it (,0 1l.1v,  ���������y, ,aftet date I intend 10 applv 10 the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and IVorks for permission to piucliate SO acios of land,situated  about 2i miles south oa-t of tho village of  Allow head on the shore of Upper IV1 raw Lake,  commencing at n post marked Archibald  McMillin's N'oit'i oust "Onicr Post: tlienr-f  south 2OU1111119 , llioncc v\e-t 10 chains then, 0  1101 th to shoielino. tlieucc along shoie line 10  point of coinmc-iK i-meiit.  > Dated ->M h Kelu uai v. 1901. <-  L AUCiiiii.vLO McMillan.  ?   NOTICE. .  f ;,.:  VfOTH'i: i-hoiobj given that tlurlv d.ivs.ifter  1\ , datoT intend to'.ipplv to the Chief C0111-  missionor-oj LaiidsMind Woiks loi 11 special  license lo cut and cati.v avvaj timbei fiom tho  followinttdo-cfibed lands situate, i bout lourtoen  and one eighth miles moro or lcs- fiom tho  moutli of ffiill Way Crock, lippcr Arrow Lakes.  13. C      '" -', ' ' "    "  Timber claim cOmmonciiiK at post marked  '"No 1 Post," about, fourteen and 0110 eiphth  mile-moio 01 le-s fiom tho mouth of Half,Way  Cmek, rhence in chain-north thence nm chain-  ea-t thence-to chains -riufli tlioni-e 11,0 ehaiti-  v\o-t to pi ice ot cominc icoment     ������'  Dated llu- 2'ith d.i\ ol November. A D . l'lOi.  11 F   DOI3I3S.  ' W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.'  f  REVELST.OKE, B. C,  BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.'      <v    '   ''  -All modern' conveniences."  J Queen Victor!  &4  o  Roy  New  >caie  0 ^! Ti o  ���������illiams  Great  Honor conferred on the Williams. Piano Co.  of Oshawa, emphasizing the foremost position  of   the   New   Scale   Williams   Piano   in   Canada.  The following letters explain  \lre   circumstances stirroiiiidini'  the  yinn    nf   fli������^    Vo������������     C/������.1������   ii-:n       n:         i ,     .       - -������.  -^-     ���������   t       .. -     ..       *^,. 1       -*���������"-     v.������>-������iinuim,i.3   auuuiiiiuilll'      Lilt  , *    selection   of the   .New   Scale  Williams   Piauo   by  Uer   Late Majesty  ������f>   Queen Victoria for Windsor Castle. l J     ���������*  DOMINION PARLIAMENT.  There wns 11 Government ctnicus, nt  which the tariff came up for consideration, ns to whether nny changes in  the tariff were advisable or not nt tho  present session. The opinion of thc  mcmbeis is said to be in favor of very  little being done at present. There is  nn idea prevalent that the best thing  to do is to fust enquire into the whole  question by means of 11 commission or  committee of the Cabinet, as was done  in 1897, and their till parties would  have arr opportunity of being heard.  To Break Up A Cold  llight quickly nothing works so  nicely as Xcnilinc taken real hot. Jt  sends a glowing warmth all through  the body, and when nibbed on thi'  throat and client loosens up the cough  and relieves tightness nnd torotiPrs in  thc chest. Hemline is used as a  preventive and cine for colds, coughs  and winter ill in tlioiia.inds of homes  because it goes right to work and  biings relief quickly. There t is no  remedy 111 the world with half the  power nnd merit of Ncrvilinc; it's invaluable in every house. In large  bottles, price 25c.  f  ������  Mil  -HER.   MAJESTY'S    CHOICE-  S S. "Vaticouvei " [  Liverpool, laifflanil.  Messrs R S Williams & Son, .Toronto.  .. - Cciitlenien,���������I am pleased to inform von that iter Majesty the Oiiccn  has chosen one 01 your Pianos for Windsor Castle. The section -vas made  b> Mi Dvson. of Messrs. Dyson & Sons, -Windsor, specially appointed  iU,!'.T..t0 t,e���������Q"eC,?' th,C",'; R,������5;i: H'S"n<.sses the Dnke .-ind Dticlicss of Con-  naught  and their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duclitss of Albany  Mr. Dyson was so pleased with jour 1'ianos that lit' onrchased two  for himself, and I beg to congratulate you on my being able' to dispose of  these Pianos for jou in such good hands. ,  I have no doubt that you will now call yourselves " ria'no Manufacturers to Her Slajesty the Queen of England."   Yours truly,  W. II. rEI.T.OW.  -IN     WINDSOR ' CASTLE-  Colonial and Indian Exhibition,  London, Ivnglnnd.  My Dear Sir Charles Tupper,���������I have lunch  pleasure in forwardine to  you a letter from General  the   Kiglit  Hon.'Sir Henry l-\ I'onsoiihv   1CCB  informing  ine   that   Iter   Majestj will have the Pianoforte of Messrs' Will  liams, of Toronto.  Would you have the kindness to request Messrs. Williams to communicate with the Lord Chambcil-iin 111 St jnnies Palace as lo thc delivery of  thc same-.   I am, >ours very sincerely, *  piiilip cuNLirri; owun  The Ito-i. Sir Charles Tupper, O C.M.G., C.B.  IKE    ORDER.  ���������$/���������  *  ������3I������  iv|������  ���������������������  *|������  *  " s ABRAHAMSON  Newly cbuilt.' <.First-cla,&s in'every'respec't.   s  J'  "���������     "    "      * , Large Sample Rooms.'     y'    " " .  1 .Rates SI.50 per-Day,  . tSpecial.Weeklyu Rates  Queen's Hotel,-Trout' Lake, under same ������  management.  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  *���������   1 1  ably furnished-with the choicest'the market  affords. Best Wines; Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $i*a clay. ��������� Monthly rate.  J".  STOZSTGE,      PBOi-  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with'all Modern Conveniences.  ,' QUEBIN'S- HOTEL   ���������  Rooms in Suites ivit/i Bathst and   Toilets attached; floivino Ho������  and Cold Water, Inside Toilets on each floor, Gas Lighted anct  Steam pleated Throughout.  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       -   \   GOLDEN, B. C.  COMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG,   ���������   :       -       -      Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Travellers  to 'Fish Creek will find excellent  n<  at this Hotel.  accommodation  Lord Clinmbei Iain's OlTicc, SI. Taints Palace  Sir,���������In reply to jour letter tin-., I am de-sired by the l.oicl  Clininber-  lain to ricriun-.it vou, for   the  information  of  .Messrs. M illiams &c  Sons of  'iuici-.lo.  tint   the   1'iaiiofortc  referred   to  can   be   laLen   or sent   to  Mr  lUatl er   the Inspector at Windsor Castle.  I am   sir, your obedient smant,  ,    ���������   ��������� , OKO. T. HHKTSIIOT, Comptroller.  To S   Tassmore May   M D .  *  ���������A*  ? fie   Williams   Piano  Co , Oshawa,  have  issued  n  booklet entitled *'Oucen *  -.      %1   ^ '' i,v'a'i������ ". 'eilmg about how the piano selected was  made, and   illasiratetl ������8������  [>}   , 1a..d������oiiie picture or  Her Late Majesty Queen Victoria and several views oi *  i     n-l',i ??L?'X Ci?.'V ��������� "'","?u" ^'^ ,':,,is booklet can  be procured free direct oy 4"  ^fc������   I','   L        . 11!"1"1" 1'",c -������-   Oshawa   or irom tie   Local Representative of f  ������     the- v ew Scale Williams Piano ������fla  ���������fo^Villiams Piarvo   Co.,  Ltd., Oahnwa. o*ufy>������>  Pianos kept in stock by Revelstoke'Insurance Agency, Ltd.  Camborne  Tin'  best Dollar n Day llonw  in thi? Lovvn.  DAVE OP.H, Pitipi'ii'tor.  Ui-st   Hi.indh tif Win  ntifl Cij,Mi-  -|   l|'|IU  P. BURN  CC  Wholesale and Retail  .    .   .   Meat Mercha  T������t Pr  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  ���������"s^^ss-^Calgary, Alberta ii jIj-j-J.^ it-,1.    -Aid *���������  ���������   A-A   I ,"S   --B    ,    *,     ui     1*  >  ]���������  .j.*.i������r,VF������ ^-  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  -fin  MALAKWA,  ', From ourowncorrosriotidont.  Everyone ir- lm-y digging nnd working in '���������oil.  1     Wc aie enjoying the  most pleii-iint  April day- (or in i.'iy yo.trs.  !   jWr. jrtirr.iy purpo.-es holding divine  ' ,-ervice in the <-clioul house orr Sundny',  ' May 1st. nt 11 o'clock.      '     '"      ,      ,  /riie long looked' for  boat* have arrived nt  lust,  so   the drive   litis commenced   with   the,   Oolumhia   Jlrvor  1 Lumber Coii'p,inyi ciiinps  bore.    The  river i.-' rising stendily nnd   the   logs  jire moving well.       '   V ���������      .   , '''  ARROWHEAD.  ,     '> From Our Own Correspondent.  The Luke isrising very nipidly.  , i Wild violets tire now n  drug  in the  innrkct.'  Long li(ef:ii)d happiness to Mr.  nnd  ' .^Irs. Lyninii Fr-iser. '  ,i *   jMrK />iriiig?ton -ujd Miss McDonald  pnio ?��������� yisit t������ Unlcyoii Oil'Monday.'  The int5]>ecfor of schools paid, the  Arrowhc.idrschool a visit, on 'Wednesday. " _ .  .c ,T. Levws, Si-., of Kevelstoke, held  , idivine service h'eie on Sunday evening. *"          - ' y '  The C. 1'. Ki stcnin shovel   is clenr-  hig  out  the  track down  to   the car  loading slip,  recently  covered ,by thc  mudslide. ,       ������  , A   meeting ^of  ing water'to parties living outside of  the townsite. A resolution ",was  passed allowing them, to tap at most  convenient place on such mains with;  in'1 the 'townsite, the town to havo  absolute control of the water. iThife  meeting could have been called a  week or two ago and tho matter  settled instead of rushing to high'class  lawyers and putting additional cost  on the ratepayers. This town is and  always has been bothered with too  many amateur lawyers and the sooner  they go out of business the better for  the general public. ,  April 28th.      . ��������� .    ,        ,     '  ENDERBY.  From Our Own Corrosixnulout.  ������ Wm. Wnlteis, whojias been working  in the logging camps up the river, cut'  his'foot on Tuesday. lie was brought  to town and. sent to the Vernon  hospital on Wednesday."        , ",  KcvyTlioiiins Crosby occupied the  pulpit in (lit; Methodist church on  Sunday evening, and delivered an  eloquent sermon' to a large congregation���������oveiy available seat being  tilled.  J: A. Cii'-iy, of Halifax,' N. 8.,' has  purchased the SIcQunrric property adjoining the'town. He left again for  the oast on Monthly, intending to return with his family as soon as convenient.  The marriage  of   Bernard"Rosomiin  CREAM  Baking Powder  F0REM0STBAKIH6 POWDER IH THEWORLD  Awarded ��������� highest' honors  World's'Faif: Highest tests  U. S. Gov't Chemists:-,./ - 'V' ���������  ,"-,,'.'     . ,-   ."("-''' -'^;>':V'    "*���������'���������*  Price Baking Powder Co,  L&-ri.'.'V, "i.   '  CHICAGO, U. 8. A. ..  %  ���������church committee-viia   held   on  Mori  '   tl.iy evening' under  thc  presidency of  Mi: Cil.issford.".    '<    ti   -~'       '"  The liiiiiber foi Mr. Wallace Lud-  gates new house is now being drawn  and,the new building will be soon  lundcr construction.  Mrs. ]jivitrgston and -'Miss Grace  .McDonald leave for 'Caiberry. Man.,  ���������next week. They will be accompanied  by Mis. Fr.iser. Sr\, and, Mr.'Wm.  ".Fraser, who go through to the east.,  j The ladies of- tlie Presbyterian  church are collecting funds" for- thc  purpose of building a church and are  meeting .with great encouiagement.  On Tuesday Mis. McKechnie and  .Mrs. Marker .obtained signatures for  ���������ovei>$200,'after a few hours ' work.  "Mis. Dono'-an unci 'Mrs. ..Gibson who  hav-p the east end of town to canvass  will no doubt meet with equal success.  -     Apiil 2Sd1i.  "      -   .  ,   ''     >    "~  .'ind'Miss Adelaide Puuli took place at  the     Prcsbytcii.i.i.|af.llu on Tliuivd.iy, the 20th "inst., Kev.  An  For  Efficient   Treatment  ,,    Catarrh,  Will   *ii���������t   deetiov'the sreinis that  . i - ���������  ��������� excite the'disea?e. Then theie aie  niimberlos- sine spots- in the niucou-  nicniliranc to he healed. Every' io-  (luircmcnt oi a peifect cuie foi catarrh  i.- found in tragiant healing C.it.n lho-  /one which not only instantly kills the  germs hut lestoie.-.the diee.i.-ed membranes to a noim.il condition and  prevent* the relapse which is sine to  follow the use of uidinary remedies.  Catdiihu/.mie is >.i -cientiric cine-ioi  catauh that lelieve* quicker, is moie  1 pleasant, most certain to cine than  any other known icnudy. Failuie is  impossible, lasting cine l.- guaranteed.  Use only Catairho/.one. Two months,  treatment $1.00: trial iiic. Get it  todav.  E. Robeits, of Endcrhy, ofliciating. 'Jt  is thc intention of 'the happy couple  to lesidc at Mara. I  ��������� Angus Wood, an employee of the  Olcahagiiii Lumber Co.. hud his loot  crushed in a logjam whi'e vvorkingdn  the drive up, thc Spalhnnchecn rivei.  Ue was brought to town on Friday  and went to Vernon hospital'on Sat-  uiday. '   ' r  ' F. W. Aylmer,!, C. E., ,of Golden,  come in on Monday to inspect thc now  completed work of, improvement on  the,bank of the Spallumcheen rivei at  this place. Mi Aylmer expresses his  entire satisfaction with the niamici in  which the'ivoik has been clone, for  which'great credit is due' to, A. 11.  Kenny, who had charge.  T. "W. Platte'n. recently from England, has bought 240,acres'of-tho  Steeleyanch, the consideration being  .+7,000. ,Mr. Pliitton iin\ had cnn������.ider-  ablo experience in fririr culture and  after looking ovei other pur ts of the  lnovincc' decided that this localitv  holds forth the"best oppoitunitics in  that line he has yet seen.  ��������� A public meeting was held in ,the  leading room on Tuesday evening to  arrange for the annual .-port1- to be  held on Victoria day' (-J-kh May.)  Committees were appointed toprep.ue  a programme etc. The spoils will  consist of a ba-eb.tll match between  the Vernon, and Armstrong teams,  canoe, boat and hou-e racing and  athletic sport-. There is ahe.idy a.  Iiand.-ome .-inn subscribed for the  prixe list and the people of F.nderhy  arc determined to make the sports of  the day a -ucces-.  On Mond.iv   l.iai   the   nurri.i'jt.-  of  " i ,   "     ������-  Hon.ild Hinclaii. or Kchfvvna, and Mi.-*  .Man- Chalmers, of Aberdeen, .--cotland.  took   place  St.   George'-   church  agreement, Canada, must incur.enor-  mous obligations, both direct "arid by  guarantee, while thp 'ihligntion assumed by thc other gun ������������������amor; is comparatively small. '"v; House believos  that before combining the country  to' such enortiK '-, obligation's, the  Government ought llr.st to submit to  the people- the ,wholc question, and  especially-the c-ucstipn Vhether 'Cnn-  adii should, nob'rather assunic the  entire obligation and thus ovvivand  control the entire proposed 'line of  railway from the Atlantic < to the  Pacific." '       ,      ''  This was lost by 47 for toG6 against,  a majority ofJOfor the Government/,  A,'heated discussion ' arose'in the  Commons this ' afternoon when Mr.  Bell (Pictou)' objected 'to the' statement in the "Globe" that he had  broken faith with the whips by following Sir. Wilfrid Liiuricr on the. night  of the divisionvon Mr. Borden's ' G. T.  P. amendment. , ,    '  Jlessrs. Calvert and Taylor, the, two  senior whips, each endeavored to put  the blame on the other.  - Mr.- Macoun was ai lowed to proceed  without interruption while he told the  Agriculture Committee this morning  of the capabilities of the Lower Pence  River Valley. Mr. Maconni said "the  country was well adapted for wlieat-  growing and although considerably  farther north than I>unvegan country,  on the upper reaches of the Peace, had  a waimer - climate and^ as stated, a  richer soil.       ' ���������      '  ,Mr. Aulay Morrison introduced a  bill today reg.nding the Thompson  improvement Company. < '   ''������\  Mr: W. F. McCreary, for Mr., Frank  Oliver, , introduced a, bill respecting  the West Canada Colliery Co.        -  Mr. Morrison'also introduced a hill  regarding the Peace"River Railway, i  . At the Railway Committee today  on the bill confirming the agreement  between the'Canada Southern and the  Michigan Central, Mr. Maclean, East  York, suggeste I'that a two cent rate  for passengers be included in the bill.  Passengers are carried for two cents  in the Sta'tes. There were only a few  who supported this, as three railways,  theG. T.P., C. P. R.', and Wabash  parallel the Canada Southern.  Senator Wark will be presented  with an ' oil-painting of himself on  Thursday next. The portrait will  afterwards be hung up in a suitable  place ni the Senate.  When the Senate adjourns on  Thursday next, it will stand adjourned  until M.iv 10th.  NOTICE.  " \      ti      - . i ���������  WOTICK is horoby Riven thtit thirty tlny-i ttftor  " Unto I intone! to apply to tho Clnot Commissioner of Lands und Works for a spocinl liconso  to cut und curry uwuy tifnbor from tho following  described lands situato about twelve and a half  milos from lho mouth of Half .Way Crook', Upper  Arrow laiko, B. C.  ' <    '  __Timbor_clnim. commoncitifr ut No. 1 post,  runTiiiignoout twolvo and a half mile- moro or  loss from tho mouth of Half Way Crook, thonco  west 80 chains, thonco north 80 .chains, thonco  oast 80 chains, thonco south 80 chains to placo  of commoncomontr ' * * ��������������������������� *  ,   Datod this 21th day of Novombor, A.D., 1903.  /' <i ~   ,   ', ���������    ,' ' c."jr: Mcpherson.  NOTICE/  \TOTIOE is horeby ffivon thut thirty days nftor  i\ (Into I intonoVto.iipply'to tho Gliiof Coin-  missionor of Lands'and Works for n spocinl  liconso to cut And' curry 'uwayjtimbor from tho  fdllowinKtlosoribod lands sitiinto hlxiut fourtoon'  und ono oirrhth miles moro J or loss from tho  moiith of Half Wny CrookJ Upper Arrow Lnkos,'  h.c. .,_    ' 'y���������y. '*   Ci"^\'    ' -  ' Timbor" claim 'comnioficin'r'at "post innrkod  " No. 1 Post," about fourtoon nnd 'cuio'-biRhth  mllob.inoro or loss from tho mouth of Half Way  Crook,'thonco 10 chains north, thonco 1(30 chains'  oast,'thonco 10 chnins south, tlienco, IM chains  vvost to placo of commoncomont. >,  '  Dated this 2Hh duy'of Novombor, A.D., lrKM.  ,,' i     -   ,     ,' , . F.-Donns.  , ��������� HftTinr- ..   nuiiuc.��������� r  NOTICE is horoliv' ������|iVon tlml thirty llu'S (tftpf  (Into I mtoiid to iinplv tO tlloOlnof ( oinmi-,-  sionorof Lands nnd Works for ,1 jipneini licouso  to cut and curry away timbor from tho followrui;  doscrihod lands situnto about oiitht (S| inilos  from tlie month of Half Way Crook, Uppor  Arrow Lakos, li. G. i , '- *  ��������� Tiinhnr claim comnionciiiK nt post innrkod  "T. II No. 1 Post," about ok'ht milos more or  less from tlio mouth of Half Way Crook, thonco  oast 80 chnins, thonco south 80 chain-, thonco  west 80chniiw, thonco north 80 chnins to place  of commencement '  Dated this '-'���������ltd day of Novombor, A   ])., lfKVI.  .      .,       '       A. R. STEWART.,  lVTOTIGE IS HKUEBY GIVp:NT that 00 dayi,  iN uftor date I intend to imply to the Chief  Commissioner o������ Lands nnd work-, for permission to purolihso 80 acre-, of land situnto  about 2J -miles ��������� south ea������t of the vilhijrcof  AiTOvvhcnd on the shore of Upper An ow Luke,  commencing at a post planted about/half ,a mile  south-west of the C. P. II. cable line and  marked W. U. Reatly's Not-lli-we=t Corner  Post; tlienco soitth 20 chains; thence cast in  chniiin; thence north lo nhore line; llienue  along .shore line to point of coiniiienceiiieut.  Dated 20th F-ebruary, IflOl. t  .'  '���������*' *" W. K. BEATTY.li  THIS. IS:NOT EGOTISM.1  ��������� We believe we   know   outj business  Our'business  is  to  hi'lp you do your;  business.   Wi>, supply up-to-date business   ifiiians  ] unci    inethods.���������iiiniic y  saving devices mid how.to use them.  '    T1CNC.WKI.I.  . u ...yv,  I.OOSIi-I.ICAF-LEDOlClt.  Loose Leaf Files nn'd Li-d^t'i's with  MlinKSspofiitlly nilt'd. pi'iiiled. piMl'm.  ati-d and'liiinulii-d tn suit any siy|,.. of  binder.. -      "       '  i������  NOTICE.  nJOTfC'E is liorobv Rivtrit that thirtviduys after  "\ datyl intond'to apptv to tho Clitof Coin-  missionorof Lands and-Work- for a spocinl  license to cut and enrrj timiv* timber from tho  follovviiiK, (fosenbod lands- sftnate about 'nine  nnd a half m'llos more or loss.from'tho mouth  of   Half Way Crook, Upper Arrow L.-ilo-. H G  Timber churn coniineiicinir at a post ninrkod  "T B No. 1," ������F������ut niuo ainT.-i half miles more  or'less from tlVe mouth of fTalf Wnv Creek,  thonco 1(1 chains -VMllli, thence llil) chain- e.-ist*  tlicirco iOciinins north, thence IbO chains nest  to pV.-ico of commoTTcement.    ,'      i', y  Dated thisLMitl o'ay of 'XuvoiiiFxnvA D.I'XB,  J. MrOONMLn."  NOTICE.  READ IT THROUGH:  NOTICK is horoby ki ran that thirlyd'ay.afrer  ' dato-I mtoiid to ai>])ly to the, Chief Commissioner of Lands'ami Works for it -pecf.il  license to cut and can- ivwny timbor I'min tho  follovvinu described land1- situate nliniit elwv-cii  and a half niilo- more or Tess from the .mouth  of Half Wnj, Creek, on tho north -nio- of the  crook. , - ,  Timber claim cominoiicinirat post market! T.  B. No. 1," about eleven and a half nulo": nroro  or less fron^ tho mouth of Half Wa\ Oreok.  tlionce north'411'chain-, thence oast 100 chafn^.  ,tlienco south HI chains, thence west lliOclia into placo of commencement.  Datod this 2lth'day of November. A D. KXW.  ,   'J' "     "   ', ~"        J'. McMfLLAN-.   '  ���������   ..ri   ,.<���������.: -���������.i.   ,  TKNGWliH./lRANSl--Kn  KIM3.       t. '  .    .    i     ;    >,Jf, -    .   -  Kootenay,-Mail Pablishing Co. Limited  >* - ��������� revblstom:. b.v.- ' , ���������<  NJOTrOE IS irRK'EHY GIVEN" lh.it 00 clajs  1N nftor date I intend to applv ro the Cluet  Commissioner of Lands and Works tor. permission toputcbiisc 80 notes of land situated  about 2J miles southeast of j tho, village of  Arrowhead on the shore of Upper Arrow Lake,  commencing .at. n post marked AruhilMiId  McMillan's Noi th-oast Coi nor I'ost: thenee  south20chnins: thence west 10chains; (hence  north to shore lino; thonco along shoie, line to  point of commencement.  Dated 2(ith Kobruiiry. 1MI.    .  i ARCHIBALD MoMILLAN.  ARMSTRONG.  From our own Correspondent  T. K. Smith has purch.istid T. I).  Scott's lot on ll.uhv iy tivG'iue.  A meeting is bsins cal'cd foi Tuesday to form n l.icioss'e chili  yh: Pr.itiuii, who bought part of tho  Steele ruich. was in on Wednesday  puicli.ising his farm itnplenient.-.  .J.   Melntyie   cs-   Co.   have opened  ���������their  linUcry   and   confectionery store  in the biiilcliiijr formeily   occupied   by  U. ri. Wil-un.  The li.iseh.ill clul) h.ls -dutetl  practice, nntl will be belter than ever  a- -evei-.il nuu [ilayers have mnved in  during t! e ivinti-r uinnths.  A meetin*,' ii called for Wet!ni>-,(lny  nt'vt to ftirin the Kiro lirignile nud  electa chief. The metnbei'.-hip roll is  i:ovv open at Ifurtly Wiight ,v Co.  The Oddfellow-, will nttond church  on .Sunday afternoon nt the .\fetliodi=t  church. Kev. -Mr. Robert-) will preach.  A number of brethren from Vernon  nre o\-pec ted.  Frank Winter's Clyde horac, Angus  Lad, will be in Knderby on Monday-;  nnd Tuesday morning-', Armstrong  Tuesday afternoon tind Wednesday,  Vernon, Thtnsdays and Fridays,  Salmon river, .Saturdays.  The property owners held a meeting  to decide on the advisability of inpply-  KnderbvyheRev.F.Vt-mon Venabk-|-Twou|H    Spoj|    Th.js    Story    to  iilliciatine;.      Mi*--    Marjorie   Gardomj  acted a.-biidu-iiiaid. w?,iii; waker'K.i    Tell It In the Headlines.  Tniesd.il," ably -upp..rlfd the bride-} Toii-han eiKht,>enth century phr.tso,  trrooin thronsh the tryinir ordeal, j this i-s an "o'er Lrun tale." Having  After the ceremony tiie happy cmiple ! happened in a small Vir-ginii town in  repaired to the Knderhy ffotel and the winter of J002, it is a story very  pai took of tin- vvi'diliiig hieakfii'-t. Jt  is the intention of Mr. and Mr-,  .-ni'lair to take up their residence in  thw part.  much of th" present.    Up  to a  short  tirrre  atro  .Mt-rf.   .rohn   R.   ri.ii-inon,   of  j  I-        UIU        J 1. iV.II ll������ Ml        \J\ .Ml,       .HIM .Ml-. "  ,   ���������   ,     .   , .. .. Mfulfil Station.   Va..   had   no  p-T-onal  knovvledi<e of the rar'C curative prop-  j ei ties or'Ch.'irirberlarn's, Cough Remedy.  " Last January," she says, "my baby  took a. dii'.ulful cold and at one time I  feared she would have pneumonia, but  oni" of my neighbor- told me how this  remedy had cured her little boy ,tnd I  begun giving it,to my b.tbv ,it once  and it soon cured her. i heartily  thank the rnantifocttii'ers of Chamber-  Grand Trunk  Pacific Policy��������� iarn\ rough Remedy for placing so  j great ii cure within   my t'Mcli.    1 c.in-  , not recommend  it  too  highly  or ������ay  OwnerShJO. , too much in it������ favor,    f hope nil who  [read this will try  it and be convinced  Ottawa. April Hi.���������hi the Kon=c to- L, r wn^<-   Fftf s#,,(. ,,y a��������� driW\^.  day. Afr. Clark moved that the Trans-!   continental Railway Dill    he   not now '  rend   a    second   time,   but that it he  icsolvcd :  _^t-  - .-,   ...-nut.;   -i.'.iii.-;..i - ii   .,  Saaraorows*.  The term UZalmost.* mliDomtr, bow-o*  ������mj: ' For^thii "ce'ntur7--llvinr orow* hu  been ichooled, by experience. (Th������-ic������r������-  erow'dosu't scare him.    Inveitlgrttinr ornl-.  tholofisU ������ay that be can tell a pun.from !a  ���������tick and can count up to aeven. -Evidently  ���������  '        >      ������'     t      ^the  crow;haa  K      -'   sprog:ressed-fro������  the ignorance of  his ancestry.'   '  The crow ia in  ���������ome   tilings   ia  advance   of   the  human    family,  <_, There are scarecrows .which  scared      our  grandfathers,  and   which   are  just as fearsome  : to us.    In spite  ^ of the  fact that  'some*   scientific  I n vestig-atore  say.  "There'* _  nothing --to ' be '  'afraid , of.iv   A  scarecrow   can't  hurt ryou,"  the  bulk of men ana  , women still be-  ,.  lieve   the,scarecrow is a power-  ' ful and- destroy-  / '(inij fetish.    ._ r  ,     u     7'   ,.     Thia  attitude  is most marked in relation to certain form*  of disease.    In.-diseases of the lungs and  respiratory orjrans," for 'instance, it is the  custom to assume that there,ia no cure for,  the cough, no help for the'hemorrhage^no  healing for the lunjs.'-'The scarecrow, Con-  sumption, is set up, often taking the form  of some inexperienced and unskillful practitioner who denies' hope or help to the  Tictim of disease.    ,;��������� i       J ' '  ,  Yet the records go to show that stubborn  coughs have been cured, that persistent  hemorrhages have been stopped, and that  NOTICE.  To Carl Tliuibjornson,1 Tlieotlor TollcfHon -anti  William Allen or any person or pernons to  whom they mar have assigned their interest)  iu the,Valhalla group coim'sling of Viking,  ' Valhalla, Odin nnd Thor, mineral claims on  Big cieek, situato on tho west side of 'north  tii'in of Upper, Arrow Luke, Lardcau (Mining  Division. West Kootctinyi UiHtriotjiBritish  Columbia: '   t ,,���������  You am hciohy notified .that I, thoiundor-  signcd, have ovpentled for you the >-tini of 3820  In lal.01-, improvements and recording foes upon  thc said Viking, Valhalla, Odin and Thor Mineral claims, under the provisions of tho Mineral  Act, and if within ninety days from the date of  I hin notice you fail or refuse to contribute tho  aforesaid Mini, together with all eostfj of, advertising, your intet-Cht in the said mineral 'clalnm  will become the properly. of tho undersigned  under section I of the Act entitled "All Act to  Amend the Mineral-Act,',' 1000.-  Datcil this 2nd day of Deccmhoi', 1303.-,  .....  ">   '< '   B. B. STARKBY.   '  41  -1  TIME  S. S.   " Archer '  , TABLE  or S. S. "Lardeau.  Running   ht'twoon   Arrowhead,   Thomson's,  .Laudingnud C'nuinpllx, coinmeneing Oct. llth,  l'.Kll. will sail as follows (weather porinittingl;  .Leave  Arrowhead   for, Thomson's Landing  and Comnplix tvylco daily at 10k. and l.'ik, 5  ' Leave Cont'ipHx'iintl Thomson's I^iiitlliiB for'  A now-head twice daily aL 7.15k. iitid,l'.'.15k,  flaking close oonucclions, with all C. P. It.  I rains and boats.    , The owners reservo the'rlBtltto oliango times  of Hillings without notion,       1  " ���������' '  THK l-'llKI) UOI31NH0N LUMHKRCO. LTD,  '      ,     ' ">, V. IIOHINSON, '���������'  1 , r-    , MnnaKing Director.  '"   '"    1  '^  f      fi  Jas. I. Wottdrow,  '"'BUTCHER::  i*i5  Retail Dealer 1"^ Mffflff"8^;!*-"''"  BEEE1, "PORK,,  .,     .... MTJTTONi Etc.  ' Fish and Game ni g.eason.  1 All oidcrs'proniplly' llU'otr. "  *��������� '  ,Corner   Douglrur  and King treotH.  REVELSTOKf/B-C,  '���������f  NOvBETTEBiBEAD  -    tf- |.|  tu '.  !<',-��������� ''('J  ;J-    '  In tnvvn tlinn' I lint, nut dc.'*'^  .11.   Smith's 'Oakery,  and  ��������� . Cakes of Every Kind  ���������> ' .        * /   -    ,  ,     Agents for, the  (Ji'leluat^il  1 MONSOON TEAS.  M.A.SMITH;& W:r  r .McKen'/.ie Avenue, ,lt>'\%'lMnki>.  1 . ...,',...,.   .UlJ.lt.  weak lungs have been 1 made strong by,  the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical  Discovery. -    .    ,  .,   -  TESTIMONY TALKS, ���������  All the claims in the world for the cura-  tive virtues of a medicine will not equal  one testimony to the actual fact of cure.  Thousands of testimonials like the following have been rcceiv.ed from persons cured  of,luug ^trqubles,"bronchitis, hemorrhage,  obstinate coughs, etc., by ? Golden Medical'  Discovery": "  "I was very sick indeed,'' writes Mrs. Mollis  Jacobs, of Pelton, Kent Co, Delaware, "and  our family doctor said I had consumption. Z  thought I must'die soon, for I felt so awfully  bad.    Had a bad cough, spit blood, was very.  H. B. STONEX,   .  MACHINIST ".AND?GUNSMITH  Opposite'Central Hotel, rtevolstoke.'  Lathe '.iwI^Ghiil'I'iiI  Machine Work  Pioinplly    lOxi-ciiii'd.   ,     ^  SEE  Wing  Chung's  newly imported/stock'of Chinese  and Japanese goods.  The best .assortment' ever  landed in Revelstoke of  < useful     and '  ornamental  articles:  'i'e.i services ���������  Pllltl's  ' Uuskt'ls  t'line Chans  lf.indl.eieli>els  Klowei- I'otn  Uinbrell.i Stands  Lunch Baskets  Smoking .lacLets  Silk Goods.  short of breath;,in fact, could hardly get my,    ' ...      '���������^,  Medical   D:  OPPOSITION  DEFEAT.  Plea for Government  Piles  To prove to you thab Dr.  Chase't Ointment is a certaii  and absolute cure for each  and   Kvery  form  of itching.  That the Kill 1* intended to   ratify [ th(, rannnf,ofnJ^^  timontali In thc daily press and ask your neighbors what they think of it. You can 1110 it and  get your money back it not cured. f/Jc .t box, at  all floaters orKrjjfANBON.flATKH & Co .Toronto,  and confirm ngrr-cment's providing for  the oonatruction of n tr.m^continentiil  railway dyitem, fi large portion of  which is to liecome thc property of a  niihvny corporation, tn whom the remaining portion is to ho rented for 50  yc.ir.-i on terms Imrdcnsome to the  country;   that   under   the    proposed  Dr, Chase's Ointment  The Master Mechanic 1 Hum Tar .-iwi|i heals  and softnni the skin, whilo promntly cleansing  It of urease, oil, rust, etc. Invaluable for mechanics, ffirmers, sportsmen. Irce simple of  receipt of 2c. for postage. Albert. Toilet, Soap  Co., manufacturer", Montreal.  Seed Potatoes fop Sale  The following vnriftie-> of seed potulni'-  -   may ho h.id fiom the undersigned :  Early Harvest  Gem of Aroostook  Pat's Choice  Carman's No. 1 & 3  Thf flMt-pnmed ln^hly rucoininonr)o<i.  Ori^iniil nfcf!  frnrn  Dnrcli *t FfmiLor, Lontlon  Kmj thoir flfscripLivo c.itJiln^uo-  BUSHEL,$1.50, SACK 100 LBSS2  ' f'.ish with ortler-' Will lie ilelivoni'l at  Kriil'-rby station p.u'd to Itovnl-lolio as  ���������loon ih wqnthor I'jriuilH. Supply limited  I'lrst come, first -wrvod.  W. BLSON, Enderby, B. C  H.  W.   EDWARDS,  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, ANIMALS  MOUNTED.  Revelstoke,    -    -    B. C.  breath at all sometimes,  chest and rrglu lung, also  Before I took your 'Golden  ery' and 'Pleusamt  Pellets' I was so  weak I could  not sweep a room,  and now X can do  a small washing I  worked iu the canning factory this  fall, and I feel llk������  a new person. I  thank the good  X,ord, aud also Dr.  Pierce for niaksng  this good medicine.  I believe that the  Lord and your medicine have saved my  life. 1 was sick over  two year* I took  thirteen bottles of  the ' Golden Med-  i leal Dlscovory ' and  four vials of Doctor  Tierce's Pelleta."  I There is no alcohol in "Golden  Medical Discovery" and it is entirety free from  opium, cocaine,  and all other narcotics.  Sometimes a  dealer will offer  a substitute 'for  the "Discovery,���������  claim inif it to Da  "just as (rood.1*  The substitute  pays   him   mora  GOLD FISH ;  Kinu-i slock of candies and fruit in town.  .   Front Street. Revelstoke  Needed in Every Home  11  had  profit, that's why.  Protect  Always,  Up to Date  International  Dictionary  A Dictionary of ENGLISH.  Biography, Geography .Fiction,eio.  The New and Enlarged  Edition Contains  25,000 New Words I  New Gazetteer of the World I  with moie than 23,000 titles, based on the I  latest census leturns. f  New Biographical  Dictionary |  contiiiniiiif mimes of over 10,000notoworthy 1  persons, with nntloiuillty, oeeupntion, datoi  of ioitfiis, ditto of birth, death, etc. ���������  Edited by W. T. 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For'������.nlt' hy nil drtrgijists.  t-������  ii-  fi:  m'3!I  V' rfi  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  ������ mi/iru'maif   i in   *  f    *  WOOD.  'Having taken'over the wood  business-of, W. Fleming' I am  prepared to fill orders for,Mill  Wood at '$2.'50 'per "load:  Orders left at W. M. Lawrence,  Hardware ^Store, .will receive  prompt attention.' ,; ,    "  I erms strictly C- O. D.  SWAN CARLSON.  Li> iiii  Halcyon Hot Springs  ^Sanitarium.  ,   1 ���������'  Have it new and ^up-to-date'  ,Get���������good paper and workmanship by steam power  Get your Printing done from ^     . c  N<ew Type  on New Presses  l t r C  I l J  No matter wliitt class of piinting you require wovcan do' it for you  Loose leaf accounting systems a specialty  The Kootenay Mail, Publishing Co..  Limited.  "  REVELSTOKE, B. C.       .. ' .   -  0-  ill   Nei vims  11 nd   Mii-i'iiliir .diseases  ���������aver, Kidney und  Slomuch 'ailment-  milE 'MEDICAL WATERS of Mnl-  J_ 'i-yon ine thi' mo-.tVin'alive,>in the'  world.   A perfei'l, mutual remedy  for  nil   M -    '    ���������������--       ���������'       ������������������  I  arid'Metallic' Poisoning, a. sure oure  tor "Thul, Tii'i'd Feeling." Special  1 nii'.s on all, limits "and trams. Two  mails arrive and depni t,every- dnv.  Ti'li-rrniph" communication with all  I in 1 is of thi" worlds An experiLMiced  ni.K.siirigiM'. , 1 '  'DAILY SERVICE.  '    '    ' I    '   i'l    k',      7     ',,.,, ^       '  Postoffice Inspector Says It Is  Assured For the Lardeau.  ',"'   ���������     >       1     )~      i>  [Nolson Diuh Notv-,,1       ,  , Among the,guests' tit the Hume  yesterday (Tuesday)' \-nv J. K. Gieen  field, poslollico inspector, lie lm-.  been examining 'the pouloilice-, ii'i the  'Kootonitys for the jiicl, 'three weck.-  niicl is, now on Jrif, nay-back- lo tho  const. lie rojiorls that ho, uiTiTid  everything in 'good shape and it.  astonished  at,   the'way, the milling  ancient, family, the -on of an earl/but,  "Ithough |K, tl.i0(1 ,,v(!rywj,ei0 |10e,)U](i'  not lind a place to Blccp.    In n north  end hotel enmp  U'iK, lined both ,-ide<- '  <if the hulls ami onrriiloia, arid-all were  tnll of sleeper*.   The  house  un*  too  full   to'admit   any    moie'.and   the  ' honorable"''applied    nt   the   police.  t ition for a ivnrin tpot wheio hoiionld  ���������eopout tiWhill north wind.    Many  <( the rougher and  hardier cl.r*. |,nve '  sl"pt,out ofd*>m-, in -tables, and other1  ''���������cos, while,.nn Nthc  warmer nights, >  the   police   repoit.   many- walk   the'  streets.   The sitting rooms''in" hotels  have been ,pnpiilnr rc-on-, fur night  '  - ���������  , ' v    ".������ 1 "'"���������   mining y      ,|".jMin,i    ������������.-������������������������ ���������! 1 ".-��������� iur  nigllt  .country it, growing.   The lode mining '"'Igo'rsjuitl , chair  boa idlers,' who' ivei'c  camps,,he,says, ���������uj  inoiensing in size permitted (o stay  theie Wing to the   1 :  .  ..   ���������      '  ......i...1    ,...      ~  .   .      . ������  Halcyon Hot Springs  sArrota'Laf(o. 29. C '"    ���������'  and importance and the'giowth of tht  coal mining towim is iilso rapid. The  'postal aiithorit.cb have to be lively to  koepupwith'theso fast growing lown.s.  "Thoio'is no doubt tiboiiKtho Kaslo  niiiil service  being extended  so, thai  BOILERS  ���������     ,. .'1 -..' AND       '\     ' - '  ; ENQINES. \  Saw Mill Machinery"    '  Wood Working Machinery  Machinery for all-purposes  All of very best makes.  y       Xl NEILS0N.& CO.,  1 -602 Main St., Wln'nlpog,   , 1  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  1 '   Royal Mall Linos.-        '     *   -  Choapeat Route,to tho Old Country.  ', -..     -, '��������� ALLAN 'IjINB.      .       '  . \    ,  l-'iom St. .lolui.-jralifnx, Portliuid, Now York.  I'letntimi     .. *    ....." .Fob. 8  Ijhiii.iiIi.iii .'.     .    j/eu. y  I01111111      . \ .         -      lfcb' ii  ���������-"i 1l1.u1  *\..��������� '.'...'Feb. 27  Hi" 111 inn  .,     .....   .Mar. 5  " DOMINION LINE-From Portland.  JTnnndii r ..      .   -' '. .r... .Fob. (i  D'uninion     Fob ������7  <\iiinda         .   Mnr. 12  CAN.'PAC. ATLANTIC S. S.���������Fiom St. John.  Luke Mtinitoba... '...'. :..."...- t'.Fob' 6  Lnkii Clininplmn   ..    . .T         Feb "0  (ilnkeJ'.uo       Mai-."o  Winrw STAR LINE���������From,New York.  Jligoslic..    .   :   " .'...".."'T    Feb. 0  Oceninc  .          .       .'. ..     Feb'li  eltie   :.       .    .    Fob.' U  Cetlut '. i Feb. 23  Majestic     Mar. 7  Ct'NAlin LINE-From New York.  Etruii.i '     .... Feb. .  Uinbiin - Feb. t  I mji nm Feb. 2j  t'linp.inia   Feb. 2'  I'-i     i"     ���������     ��������� ���������'��������� \ ...     Mnr. o  1 umciiKvn, ticketed tluouBh to till parts of  ilraal Biii.un and Iiel.ind, and nt Hpeoially low  nitusto all p.uts of tbe European continent.  Apply lo nearest iaihvay or steamship agent or  lo  jthe  people of  (Jorianl,  1'oplar, (iold  ljill, Lardo, and Trout,  Lake and Fev-  guson will-imvc a- daily mail .service.  The people of Thoiii.soii's':i.iiiiilingand  Camborne will r'also  bo given a daily  mail service, but theirs ,wi)l go in anil  came out via   Arrowhead.   The'lower,  niiiklle^and   upper   I.aidciiu are.gi'ow-  ing  rapidlyoand   are   entitled lo'th'e  service..   There 'aie   now   over   2000,  ���������people in _ the   Liirdeaii   country and  their numbers "entitle   them  to 'the  sei vice they are asking for, and there  is no good reason why it should not bo  'granted to them.    Besides' there  is' n  prospect,of a'considerable increase in  the next few months, owing to the discoveries   at   .Poplar,  Gold-- IJinSind  other places,  to   say   nothing ol   thc  lumbering' that  is   being carried on.  The petition   for ;n "daily,-service has  been   icpoilcd   on   fa-ornbly   by, the  postal inspectors and  us'the member  from   the  distiict,   W. A.jClallibci, is  working haid to secuie the concession, J  'J am thinly of thc opinion that it will  be ginnted and bcfoie ,V great while."  low it it can  kci'pe'r.s do  iun 'their-  in--    Winnipeg  crowded conditioirofthe hotel--  , I'Tl^re isa icpori current that'-oine  "f   the licensed ,\UM^' do  not  ,-ent  bli������Mi- ������i.i,,i-, j.ut   keep their U'd.ooms  only   because; they   have   t���������.   ' This  matter is being mken  into iieeuunt by  the license (|ep,i,'t-M,ei,i;,,i tl,P lin,vlllc;.  and prosecuiioiis   will' i,  bo (lisi'oveied   thm    i,���������lL,|  not.lent   their  nioiiis .1M,i  hotels' as, public ������h,iu  liastMiiige Hunting population ro'itc-  conimodate, and if i( it folllK| t)lilt t,)0  hotel men aie not nccnniniodntin*- it  licenses will be e.i.ieelleii. ,The license  inspectors nicnoiv  g(Jj���������g their^prin.,  ioi.i.ds,to see that all l,���������stelrie,complv  with the license |���������w.   Tlioss'whicli do  not comply \ iu,. the  icgiil.iiioiis will  not "bo- granted    .licenses. '- If    the  activity of inspectoi'S'contin'ues in ihis  regjiriLwitii the .same  eneigy'iis-'witli  regiiid to -selling 'during'' prohibited  bonis,   Winnipeg    will'   have .better  lotols,yi-ith better accoiniiiocl.ition for  their guests."        ���������'���������..-,        i    '  PATENT OFFICE REPORT..  T.  W. BKADSHAW, Agont, Revelstoke  W. P.   P. CUMMINGS.   Pacific Ag-ent.  If You Are Losing Weight  Vour system is out ^of order.and  Feiro'/.onc is needed to start a rebuilding process^ Ferros-ono" makes  new tissue, for rns, <wliolcsonie blood,  strengthens the ncives nnd keeps your  ���������physical condition:, up "to 'the proper  standard.,, ''I lost, fifteen 'pounds  through Ln Grippe" writes Cyril Lash  of lluitfoid,' ,Tbut soon lcgained my  fo'imcr weight iand improved my  health by using Fcrro/.ciiie. Jt's the  best lebuilde'r 'and finest tonic I e-er  used." (Use Ferro/onc���������it assures  health.    Pi ice 50c'tit druggists.  IMMIGRATION.  Don't be satisfied to work  along: in the same old way  for low wages. We can  help you carve out a successful career. Thousands  have increased their salaries  by following- our plan. We  can train you in spare time,  and al small cost, for any  of the following1 positions:  Mechanical, Elecirlcsi, S!a:m, Cl.,'!,������ or  Mining Engineer; Electrician; Surveyor;  Architect; Draftsman; Bockkccpcr; Sljn-  ographer; Teacher; Show-Card Wi Iter;  Window Dresser; or Ad Writer.  Write TODAY, stntlnp: which poll-  . tlon interests you* to  INTERNATIONAL  Correspondence    Schools  Box 799, SCBANTON, PA.  1 ������ ������    '     .'-       I   ���������   .  OR CALL ON OUt LOCAL UEPRKSKKTATZTIi  0. J, WILKES, ,  Box 762. Nelson, B. C.  Winnipeg Hotel Accommodation  Overtaxed. "  I.M.uulul) i Free I'm-.*- |        ,  "The hotels me till   full .ind neuily  every  night  those   who  tirme in the  city too I.ue to lind .I'sheltoiing bo.nd  ing hou-e or to go from pl.ice to [ilucc  in   '-o.ucli  of  the   very tew   tnuil.ible  looms mo I'oiced to sleep in cli.iiisni  .ipiily,.il  the  jiolicc  station foi.some-  wheie to sleep.   One m.tn  on   Knd.ij  nighl w.ilkcd   the   '-treets   foi    Ihioe  lioiii������iind then   had to tinn in wilh ,t  liiend, whom   he   woke  lo nsk loi .i  place to sleep.  "Jinny conimeicinl men .no on the  load, while liom the cast and south  speculator ine d.uly iiiiiving. The  annual spiing inllu\ of aitisansha^  .iKo started and theie aie now in,inv  men wailmg for the building <.c,i-on  to get well untlei nay, when they will  get busy. Last year, owing to a coni-  p.uiitivcly late '���������piing, inanywhe weie  thus waiting ian out of funds and  weie almost destitute foi ��������� some time,  but as the amount of building now  going on is seveial times as giciil :is  in pievious ye.us tit the Mine date,  theie is little fe.u of liMoiy icpealing  itself.  "Jjirst week  a   whole  family, which  in lived on  n   late train, could lind no  loom in the hotel:., and   the  mini nnd  his  wife, with 'seven   small  childien  and a dog, wandeied  about the streets  until Constable Newton   found them.  The constable  tried to lind n loom lor  them, but was   unsuccessful, and took  tliem to the police station, where they  weie   given   n   place   to   sleep  until  morning.    The   man    had   just   purchased some piopcity  with a comfoit-  able house on it at Louise   bridge, but  was afiaid to go in seaich of it in the  dark at such a   late  hour nt night for  feni he could not lind it.  "Not long ago the hotel-, weie in  the same ciowded oondition, and nn  "honorable" sought shelter ut the  police station.    He was a  scion of tin  Row-lifrid-Brittiun..Patent   Attorney  j of .Vancouver,  sends    the   following,  abstract from the  Ollici.rl  Gazette  of  tlie U. S. Patent oflice'for'the  week  ending April 12th, 1001.,   Dm ing this,  week,G29 Patents were issued  509  be-'  ing to citizens  of  the .United States.'  Austria-![urrgary, 3; Canada, 5; Gieat  Britain, 10, France, IL; Germany',  20;  New Zealand, 1; Svedcn,  1;  Switzerland, 2; and Victoria, Australia, ll  I.'A.-Lornm," uf  Victoria,  receive'd"0 '  this week a U.'S.  Patent .on   his" improved   Boats   Chock,   which has received   pievious"mention 'in     these ^  columns. " 0  * ,  W.' J.  Ciimmings, of Poi t Mood v.   .  received   a   Patent   of   the   State of  Victoria, Aiistiitlia, on their Wrecking  Device. ' ���������  ���������W. IL Wclbon is the inventor of nn  improved 'means for centering logs,  which has been assigned to' the Hast-'  ings Shingle Manufacturing Co. 'ol  Vancouver, and on which a Canadian  Patent has ju������t been received. 'The  invention   i-mi'.i.K   nf   u   means   for  snpportins:  lonirjrudiii.i  as lo   allow  ���������'   '"g at ,the  ends of its  '\i������   in   such  .1 manner  it   to  rotate freely .is're-  fllined in,1 ho   Radial    bomd  cutting  system which has bp-n  i'ltrntluood   i���������  Messrs. McNnir Bros. Xn   2  mill,'and  which    is   the c stibji.fi     0f    further  patents.     Whore   ced ir lo.re 0f l.irpe  di.imi'tr-r aie used, which are  the ones  best .id .pled for thi- system of Radial '  bo.nd i-uttiny. and whiVhnre tenerillv  hollim ui di-. ..\ed town id the heart, it  becorrii-* iiiri-������.iry to pio\ideo'n   axial  siippiiit     wi.il"   i|n>   |f)g     js     heins  opei.ited iipini I   the  device  which  is the oiiliji'til , 1 tlnr Patent, con-,ists  of .1 means of ("mining :1 serioB o:  annular giomr- iii"ilir- end ,,f ,|le j0���������  and a metal pl.ile lmiiiiL, cone^pond-  ing projecting iim.5. ,im| l,, centre  suppoir.  RATHER BE IN HELL  D.  li.  M.ntin.   geneial   manager  of  theliallic depaiiiiient nf the Baltrmoie  '"I Obi iliuad. luncliiiii; wit|, ,oine  wt-.-tern rnilnuil tillicial.- after ti meeting, gave them tin.- >tory of lailroad  life :  "Three drummer-."-aid Mr. Ma 1 tin.  '���������anived   at Grand Junction to make  a (piick connection.   They were Iraidlv  otV their   tuiiii   when   the  train   they  wanted   pulled out  and left them   on  the ]ilittfoim.     Theie weie  no  moie  fa-st   tiains   for   tiie   bom.-  and   tln-v  went to the  telegi.iph ollice .-niti sent  this wire to Chicago 10 the -upeiinten-  dent of the road  "��������� We aie at Grand .1 unction for a  five hour wait. We hope vou are in  hell.'  '��������� In about half an hour the operator  handed the sender the following reply  fiom the -uperintendent of the road:  '"I would nither lie in hell than  with you at Giaud Junction.'"       1  < a  .  -   > I  1 1 ������������������*, '.>-::  .i-,.       JvU-f.*.'..  1   t     *I    I     W������   *     ,>-   ?   I I   "lr "    -f   '  Ut   - ^,-ir ^ Irtlw. i  ,^r. r^>. ���������jrn )   17 *t   *i-rf." i������  ^J'^T.1".  "-������.-������  -.w-V-j ������wwr^'-iti������#^/'*^fc������i'i  'THJG,KOOTMNAY MAIL. '  Cough  Medicines  . i    ���������'���������'  <���������  .  r /All Kinds,' All Sizes '  (,  , .  Just opened at  the  CANADA DRUG &  BOOK CO.  fiEVELSTOKE  B. C.  i-  \ . BORN,  -Sam'so.v���������At1   .Kevelstoke,*    Monday,  '    -April '25th, 'to   the 'wife of Joh'ii'  'Samson,,a son. '     , ���������  'JlAxnuiiY���������On April :30th,  at^Kevel-  -     stoke, to Mr. and MrsrC.  J.  JLin-  bttry, a son. ,'���������   ,  .      MARRIED.    \   .  JKiiAKL-it-Mc'Cuu.v���������.U ' Xclspn",   <��������� on  Wednesday, April 20th, by Kev. T,  ' ,    Glnssfcid,   assisted   bv1   Kev.   Dr.  c *  /leidiiinn,   Captain   L,   Jl. 'Fraser  to Mrs. Francis Charlotte McCtiliy.  McGam.u.m-Boi.to.v���������At 'the residence  '   of James   Bolton,   on   Wednesday,  April 27, by'Kev. C.&Ladncr, John  .   M.  McCalliiiii   to   Miss  Mable A.  'Bolton, both of Kevelstoke.    t,  end of McKenzic Avenue, the object  being the establishment of a poultry  yti'id.       j o  The grant made'by the Dominion  government for' river improvements  in this section includes improvement  of the 'channel wlicic thc Columbia  river enters the lake at Arrowhead.  Though at ' first the spring was  thought to be backward tho weather  of the past two we'oks has produced a  rapid growth 'as is evidenced by thc  fact that on Tuesday strawberry  bloom made its lirst appearance in the  garden of.fas. Muthie.  , T. W. Stirling, who is o'ne, of the  lending fruit-growers'tind 'shippers of  the Okiinngan Valley,'expresses the  opinion thc time is not ftuydistant  when the annual fruit shipment from  Kelowna alone will run from $1,500,-  000 to $2,000,000.  The members of Selkirk and Reve!-  elstokc lodges I. 0.0, F. united Sunday evening' and marched from the  lodge room of the' former to the  Presbyterian church where nn appropriate service was conducted by'  Kev, W. C. Calder in commemoration  of tho Soth iinr, ivorsary of thc order.    ,  A party which went from Pcachliind  i        .     ���������  to  Summerl'ind  on   Saturday by Mr.  McDougal's steam launch had tin'  eventful time. ,A strong wind prevailed and the waves rose so much the  launch had to pi.it into Cosser's landing for* for repiiirs. Most of ^tlrc  passengers were drenched by '' thc  waws and.a fire was lit to dry them  oil'. -Some'were t'Cii sick.,* When the  launch reached Summer-land a lot of  passengers more anxious for _dry land  was never,seen.  as a barber shop wns tin- week moved  to the vacntit lot next F,, .M, Alliim'n  and will be used by'J, Armstrong a*  u shoemaker shop'. ��������� ,  Wall paper nil shade* nnd newest  styles at (he Cnnadiy Diug ''& , Book  Co's., '  Anew in-rival of Men's, American  boots nnd shoes, lii-st-class stock, nt  \Y. J. George's.      -       ' . '  High c]nss chocolates and bon bbns  50c, per pound and1 up, In fancy  boxes or bulk at the'Red Cross Drug  Store.       -,    ',   ' <     v ' '  A'BIG- SNAP FOR A, RUNT" VICTIM���������Four room cottatic on Second  Street, near shops. $250 down and  balance in, monthly payments. This  is a snap, I!i:\'i:i.ijt'uki: l.vsiJitAXtn:  Aghn'ov, Ltd., Moi.^ox.s Baxic Buii.d-  'l.Vd.  ' Grope tissue paper all similes, .largo  assortment, nt Canada   Drug   it.Book  co.       ;    - tl;  The Kevelstoke Insurance Agency,  Limited, havo received a large consignment of pianos and organs -vJiKih  will be on" show in their new warehouse onyFirst,' Sticet during next  week. The stock comprises sonic of  the best mnkesof "piniios and   organs  in Canada.-    Fnsv  pavmonts  can   be  * -.���������  arranged,        '  ,    -      K . * <"  THE BACHELORS  Give Best Dance of the Year.  On Thursday n'ght the bachelors of  placed   to  their  credit   the,  ball of tho year.     Kx-  by  ihe   city  mo-t successful  t'cllcnt   music  was    discoursed'  Social & Personal.  Business Locals.  Local and General.  J. Jack was badly hurt  at  thc.Co-  , Inmbra  Lumber  Co's   mill" at  Kault  through a belt breaking.        '* *  's. 8. Revelstoke will' probably   make  ,,the initial trip  of  the   season   up "the  , iColumbia 'River tomorrow.  . '     ���������   ,  ,H. Bostoclc'lost a valuable  team  ef  torses while  removing  a   log   jam in  Monte Creek. Thc horses were carried  down stream.  H. Guest hnd-onc of hi.- feet broken  and wa.- otherwise injured by a'fall  from,a -kidw.iy at Arrowhead, and wn-  buay-ht to Kevelstoke hospital.  T. JOIlis, of Penticton, has purchased  Jor P. Uurns and Co. and Douglas  Li.kc Station thc whole of A. B.  Xnox's herd of cattle at KeJowna.  C. W. Ward, who is now in Kamioops, announces that Hotel Cecil,  foundation of which was laid some  years ngo, wiil now be completed.  Kamioops will celebrate May Day  on Monday by the holding of sports,  the object being to provide a day of  amusement for thc school children.  \V. J. George has purchased from  P. Agren his cottage on thetcorner of  .McKenzic* avenue and Fourth otreet  and will shortly take up residence  there. ���������   '  . Messrs. II. F. Dufiey  and  T.  Mark-  Porter have purchased from Revelstoke 1 Central Hot.-!. ALrul: -m'-on   [Jreinsurance- Agency,   block   12  of the j     i'ou wiil always tind  Smelter,townsite containing about six i aj, ollr plectric tittim*  Moi.soxs  Splendid Panama hats at W,. J.  George's.'        t '    '      'jj j  Revelstoke   and   Trout   Lake   city  lots for sale. ��������� J1!. X. Coursier.*���������        ��������� ,  < Fountain pens,  the  best  makes., at  Canada'Drug Sr Book Co.'  For Sale���������A New 'Williams' cabinet  machine."���������Apply Kootkxav Mail.  '$1350���������6-room house on McKenzic  Avenue, nicely located and well built.  $500 cash and "'sman monthly pay:  ments takes this home'. Ri:vi:i.sioici:  I.vsufiAxcrj, Agency Ltd  Bank Butr.nixG.  'We ha vc' received , over $500 worth  of new stationary.^ Give'u.-,a look in.  The Red Cross Drug Store.  The'St. Leon Hot Springs has-been  opened and is now ready to accomodate'visitors,  R. Tapping will act -is salesman in  the city for Revelstoke Lumber Company- ^ '      ,     ' ,  Cheapest line ot bedioom furniture  ever opened up in Re\el.-toke. Call  iim: get prices at R. Ifowson & Co.  Large consignment of silverware  has duly arrived at Guv- Barbel's.  Special bargains.  $250u���������Fine    7-room    'cottage    on J Trout   Lake.      Mrs,  Mackenzie Avenue,   well  constructed ;aI-o pre-ented   with  XV. J. George has gone   to the'eoast  on a business trip. -   ���������  W. A. Roomo, of the ' Lakevicw  Hotel. Sicanious,'was brought to thc  Revelstoke Hospital this'week, sniveling fiom i heiiinalio lover. ' c , ~  ' Orange llaniilton, whose death w.i-  repoi ted as, having occurred" at Calgary, was a visitor to the citytbi-  week and looked hale and hearty.  .lame* Pinkham, formerly of the  local -t till'of the Imperial 'Bank, anil  brother of A. IM., Piiikh.ini, ha-, been  appointed irraiiagei of, the'Criiiibroiik  bi.'iiich'ol' the bank.  Duncan Ross, "the .liberal noiiiiiiee  for Yale-Cariboo;; is expected home  next week. -Mr., Ross has been on a  visrt to Ottawa in. com -ia ny ,with J.  A.Macdonald, the le.i'der of tbe liberal  party in the province.  A' jubilee, will be given iby Ihe  cliildien-of'.the' Band of Love in the  Salvation Army Barracks next, Tuesday eveniiig'al S o'clock sharp... After  the piogramme lefreslinicnts 'w ill' bp  served. '���������_'���������'  On Wedne-tlay the imirriage was  celebiated nt thc home of .Mrs. Bolton'  of .1. McCallum, with Mis- Mabel  Bolton. Rev. O. Ladner , [icrformetl  the ceremony, and the biide and  bridogiO'ini left for the south on their  lionevmoon trip amid the be-t'wi-he-  of their friend-.        '  \V. Mnc-doimld, of the Imperial  Bank, on hi- depart me w'as piescnt-  ed with a handsome gold watch and  chain by hi- friend* of   Ferguson   and  wa-  'old  Miicdon.ild  a   beautiful  and complete in every detail,  feet corner lots.    K.tsy terjiis.  oOxlOO; bi-'MH-h   sit    with   pearl-  Revkl-  as   n slight  imong us.���������  a   ii  Bre  iilverv  STOKK [n-cei.vce Agency. Liu., Moi.-  :-ox.- B.vxic Bcir.ms-G.  Mi,c'If>iii=e wiil be in th!- city in   a  few   day-   masking  traits   from    Re-id  ron to.  Travellers   vi-������:tirig   Huvel-toke  find    the  .be.-t   accomodation -at  -ttuiio,  acres and   situated  below   the   hill  ilt;'shop-.      We   supply  and  the  A 1.1  ltV  o  attendant  plumbing i  -e-t a���������.on- i  memento -il" her  sojourn  Tri.ut I'.ake Topic. '   '  At kelson last week an intere-ting  '''m'd* t.Hi'c pl.ir-i' when Cajit. Fr.t-er.  t'be p'ip.iliir f-.imm.in.li-r ut thestcimi-r  K,pi,tr*ir-iy. wa.- married to Mis. F ('.  Mt-CuHy. Rev.Mr Gl.r���������ibid performed  ri.-- ceremony a-i-i.-ted by Rev. .Di.  irerdmaii. The bride and bridegionm  w.-i��������� r!n r> fipii'tir- .jf many haiidsoni''  pn -'-nt- iiiijiviintr a -iker ?ei vice fiom  tiieylfieer- and crow of the  Kootcnav.  Messis. Ilumplire.ys (piano), Coimnck  (violin), and Taylor (cellr.).- The Moor  wns in tlie pink of^condition. We aFe  iisked-'to oxprcss the thanks'of the  bnchelois to Mrs.' Tapping for ' kiiully  supplying teii and'coll'ee, The ladies  were haiidsonielygowiied as follows :  Mrs. II, A. Brown, black silk.  Mrs. iMoCnrtor,' blnck, sequin over  burnt' ornngc, with burnt orange  t'l'iiniiiiiig^.' '"     ���������  Mrs, B. A, laiwsoii, white cnibroid-  (���������icd'uhilVim ovor h.iie'nilk.        ",  .Mi's. .1. Doyle, blnck voile, ovor blnck  .      ,.    ,       ,   ,   .      ^>  tnll'etn, .-e(|Uin trimmings.  ,, Mrs. Ih. Cross, mII; orgmidio ovor  blnck. (nlVetn,   r < y  Mis;. T. Ludgate, grey-corded silk.  ���������Mrs, Urquhi.rt, bl.tck luce over  blue  silk. _(' ,        ,-,.,''  ���������'Mr. Pratt.' white sijk.    ' ''  '.Mrs. Flynn,   black   net over   black  silky , i "  .  ' jMi-j. Vanhornc, while orgaiidie.  Mrs. I foi ton, black silk.   ., '   -  Mrs.  McPhersjn,  old  rose crepe de  clienc.   , , r  ' 'Mrs. K. II. Lewis", red organdie-  Mrs. Dunne, black muslin.'    '    ,  "Mrs. Law, black silk.    '  Mrs' J. Bourne, black silk.  Mrs. XV. M. Lawrencc.'Old rose'' silk.  _   Mrs. Brock, figured,muslin..     ,   ..  Miss   Ward,  uwhitc  plaited  cliill'oi'i  ovei while tatl'cr.a and pink trimming.  '    M i-- Fife, black chiiVon  over   olack  i.ill'ei.i with steel trimniings. '"'   '  .Mi-s ,T*/nple,'-white   point   dosprcc  iiM-i white silk.  Mis- Frn.-er, white organdie. ,'���������  k   Miss   Dunn,   black' muslin tiimmed  w it b red. " . ���������.  ' Mi.--, Shook, black -ilk and  chjIVon.  Mi-s''Valentino, white-silk. ' b ,  M i.-s   Wilson,   white organdie'over  yellow. ''  J i '    ,  Miss Rogers, white.   ���������  Miss Jones,' white orgimdic over  white tnfletiik ' ,_        "  Miss' P.ilmci) white organdie .over  white tnfl'ora. <  Miss A. Buck, blue muslin.'     ,       l  . Miss M. Buck, red organdie.  ���������   MissJCinch, white muslin.      ;      "'  Miss Smith, pongee silk over1 red  tiilVeta'.     '    ������������������ '' '  Miss Bonnie, blue tciepe de ' chenc  trimmed with white lace.    ' -  Miss Brown:white silk.  Miss'Grant, pale<.ye!low silk.        '    *  The ariangcmonts, rcllected the  highest credit on the -committee who  had charge of the ball. The hall was  beautifully dec.tinted and .Mr. Hugger  made nn ellicicnt M_. O. Mrs. Mc-  Kittiick had charge of the supper,  and proved an excellent catcier.  r  Now is'tliu time to buy your garden  tools, our stock in these is the largest ever kept in the city. A few,  things  needed ,for spring :���������Rakes,  J Iocs, Spades, Spading, Forks,'  '   '    ,     'Sprinklers, etc. ''  .Besides these we have'a largo assortment of  Which wo must,,get'.rid of at a reduced  rate to make I'oom for other goods, which  are arriving daily. ' Hedge Trimmers,  Lawn Rakes, Jiuhbcr Hose in till sizes,  Lawn Mowers in two dill'ercnt kinds and  .,   four sizes nre among tho ninny.    ,  Ho sure and,sec our tools before, purchasing'.  .%  'W^MTLAWRENCE'  ,    Foil am. Kinds'ok Haiidwaiii;. '  ���������  mm  Get I,  Yoiir  Union-Made at  1 r* \ * 1 r  M;-'A. .Wilson-,  Fashionable  Tailor.  Mt-KliNZfl-: AvisNUR,''   ���������   ���������'-,        NRXT TAYLOR ULOOK.-,/",',  -   _Tlio,only,plncc in^town you can gct-it.   ; *' . ''  "OUR NEW-  Wall Papers  Aki: Oi'i:x Foil Youk'Ixsi'I'otio.n.  .   17KO.M   tiicli   flolnriii','-,   ill   Hill   uiiil  1 Room Du-ikii- In Diiinty.Cli.iiiilmr r  >z ICIluct1. (iitr Ut.ml;, nut! l*i too-, slmtiltl ,", -'  ;  moot-tho nin-t  otnctiim' ro iiiii.niimit-..' ,_  R. Howsoii & Co.,  | Purnltupa Dealers   Plotui'o Fpamlng-.  "    Undertakers & EmbalniBPo.  TORONTO FIRE:  FANCY VESTINGS.  HOCOLATES  & BON-BONS  A  itesh supply of high cln-s  confectionery  in   fancy bo.ve-  or in   bulk.  Webb's     .  Stewart's  Lowney's  From 50c. per lb to $1.50 per lb.  SALTKI) I-KAXL'TS.  I'KAXLTS URLS I'.  ���������CIIOCOLATK   BURXT   ALMOXLS.  i:tc.  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  J. A. IJOCKIIAM.  J'.S.���������Our  Soda Fountain   will   commence operation on  May 1st.  ment  of  -.-lectric   littirigs  in tlie city.  Moscrop Bro=. ^    ]  When you come to. lit. vdl'toke hail;  the Central Ifot'-l bin to take you toi  a good hotel. Abrahainson Bros. 1  Props.  Read O. B. I fume ,t Co's advt. on  first pace of this i-suc.  $IToU���������.v   good   G-room  hou=e with j GtinimeU',  best piumbing just iveit of the -ehool j fellow*.   \\  bouse, nice gardr-n   and   1'iwn.      Ka->y  term-cm he arranged.     IlKVKr.-roKK  lNst;it.\N( r.   Af5i:vi-v,   Ltd.,  .\for-ov-.  Bi.vk' Bi;ii.nr.s-f..  0. f!. rftime it Co. rec-ived thi=i  week the awnings for their store  window antl they are now iu place.  Ladie- you should ,-ee Her .\f.ijc-ty's  silks.���������W. ./. George.  Our .Soda Fountain will be in  operation on May 2nd. All the latest  summer drink" The Red Cross Drug  Store.  Don't forget, May "2-ltb. Victoria  Dny. "Colleen Bawnc" at tbe Opera  JfoiHe. -Vow costumes and acenery.  Proceeds in aid of St. J'etcr'a Church.  Ladies Km press shoes.���������XV. ,\\  George.  Thc building recently occupied by  Joseph Morgan, next thc Union  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  I I.. O. T-  '     On Friday week a -ocial was held at  j I'cachl.irid ,to celebrate the opening  of  | the new Orange   Hall.    Speeches weie  jdeli.ercd by V. G. M'- ,L M. Robinson,  | Of Stimmcrhiiid. W.it-on, of   Brandon.  .and    Dillworth.   ol    Kelowna.     Bios  reprc-'-nting     the    Odd-  A.   L.mg, of tin*   Arason.-,  and li. lU.n'i, ot tbe Fore-ters.    ^ongs  were   '/i\i;r.   by   Mrs.   Brown and II  Lang,   reading   by   ,\fr.-.   T.    Elliott.  Refresh merits   were    -erved   by     lhe  ladies     , At   an   after   meeting of the  lotlge three member- were admitted to  the Royn! Arch degree.  In-urnnce men who are aeipiaiiitod  with Ihe devastated di-tiiet of the  Toiontii conflagration e-tiinate that  the lotnl monetary lo-s would bp  between tbiiteen tinil lift eon million-.  The I,,-.- to (be insurance comp.uiie-  will be about eight million tlollni-.  Some of the losses of the principn  companics'intcic-tcd aie'estimated as  follows.��������� .  Scottish t'nion if   .180.000  London it Lancashiie      .11.1,000  Aetna       170,000  Xorwich Union      100,000  I'hemx nf Brooklyn       I 115,000  'Liverpool, London it Globe.     '100,000  Royal      _    '800.000  Phoenix of London..."..   ..     155,000  Queen             .150',000  1'hoeni.v of- Hartford      100,000  Briti-b America           210,000  Vour wardrobe is incomplete  without fancy vests. Fashion  -ays you nitist have them. We  have it line of the very freshest  concoils-iii Ve-tings of all sorts.  Very handsomcand effective they  aro'too. Come in and look them  over. Genuine Custom Tailors'  Union Label on every~garment  .turned out bv us.  Ladies' High Class Tailored Suits made to order.  J. B. Cressman.  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam| Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures ^ Put In.  ���������1i.1,.1!).1.000  Tbr* above ooiiipanii!- ha\c still million- to piutoct policy  holrlcis and arc  all   ri-pifvonted   in   thi-   city  by   the  ReW'Ntoki' lii-ui.ince Agency, Limited  Revelstoke Orchestra.  1'iidor the aboie nu-[iice- a  I'O I'L-LA It  Concert &  Dance  Neatly and  Expeditiously  Executed at  The Kootenay  Mail Office.  THE HOTEL VICTORIA  K. K. I.KASON',  VICTORfA, -      B. C.  American nml lSuropciin I'liui, c-  American I'lnn $2,110   nil Upwnrils.  Steniii Ifcnted. Sample room-.  -TRY  THE OWL ���������5  Knst of Afalioni Hunk  irst Street,  llevolstokc.  HoteJISecond Street, Revelstoke  \\ ill he giwjn  OPKKA  MOUSE  On THURSDAY, MAY  19.  A   N'OVKL   PROGRAMME.  fMI'0,FITKD  TALE.VT.  Ticket.s ")0c. (Dance Free.  A Few Reserved fjeiits 7.1c.  For your meals. Open day arrd night.  Meals 25c and upwar'd. Special weekly  rates.    Good service guaranteed.  YODO FUJI I, Proprietor.  Revelstoke  Dairy���������*^\.  O. A. KEVELL, Propriotor  Orders received for milk, cream  and fresh butter  Customers can rely on having on their  requirements filled daily  TJiNION   CAPE  Good row & Vincent, Props.  East of Imperial Bank  Finest Cafe in Revelstoke  Open All Day and Night  CjfAS Sam Woe  WASHING, LAUNDRY  LABOR CONTRACTOR  FRONT STREET  (Opposite Josh House, Gold Hill Hotel  Building.  ii'i  ���������3]  Ml  f  ?:���������  t L  )f,l  >y  '���������,'  Ul  }���������"  ���������c*  i..  1! I  'HI  !f'  h'J  n  m  m  m  m  lr|

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