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 ���������PROFINCIAL   ,,*  LIBRARIAN  PUBLISHED   TTJESDAT"  .A-IEsTD   FRIDAY.  Vol. 7.���������No. 1.  EEVELSTOKE. R 0., FEBRUARY" 6, 1900.  $2.00 a Year.  Ir   v  e^<^r^c^>r^������c^9(!>$9<^9 ^5e*>e^?c*������f^>^> e^><^?r^J*^?f^>������^><^? e^������^p*?*^?rifr>^S^������p$?   ING STORE!  <������?  J THE  rsb , "''  - Watch for our Spring- Announcements,  shortly to appear in' these ^columns. We  are now  bus);  slock taking  and   handing  out bur  .SIOOK   TAKING   BARGAINS;  vp<$vpW0pupu&u$><& i^vpwtQ^WWWW WWWWWWWWWGfryP  SPRII  It is now time to order your Spring Suit.'   Spring  Goods now in.     We will, make'them up ;it this  time at very*reasonable prices  THE TAILOR.  1   -9..*?.  *<,������������������(<-  .$$  ��������� -skis'  .'fcf(c  I.J.S!  .*������  ������'  $9.  p$  if. 9.  ' /put  ���������Jlp  ;(c/(*  #-'(<���������*  .* ������  9.9.  .9.5  SOLE   AGENTS  ������&  . ii .���������));  '������& v  . :Mj -  -W ,  $������  3D .ij'  ii.-));  ft'  6 ft   '  fr'^%  if-i������  ||Lots can be had at pres-||  ent from  flip  %$  .?..*!  ,'(<-*/(-.*  S������3?.  !?:���������*���������  99  ������.S>  ������������������������  .9.9  ssar  /(<-���������/(?  .9. .9.  $$  9.9.  ������*'  .9.9  ���������?$*���������?���������  IS  6* 4'  ������<4*  ||Before the new  list ,of$$  ���������||-      prices is in force.  .9.9;      .   , '������*  ���������9 Sf ^M'!^^^it<^'kh^-k^������^^^7^K-k^Pi^rt>i ft *  ������'������  'A  No War News.  .Special to the Kooti:xay Mail.    '     ,  Loxdox, FVb. G.-rXo news fnun  tlie  front; at least war ollk-d gave out   tli.it  there was none at midnight for  publication.   Distinction with a difference.  The Boston  pitish Colniiibia  A" special report on the Big Bend  district, by XV. IJ. Brewei, appealed  in the Engineering & .Mining Journal,  December 2, last, in which the following appeared:���������  ������������������  "'During the past year  this section  has been brought into an ��������� unenvialile  notoriety  through   the  work,  of   two  promoters''named  George  W.( Beach  and Wiliiaui. Crosbie,   who  oiganized  the Boston & British Columbia Mining"  and   Smelting-  Company.     Daring, a  recent tiip'to, Revelstoke  the writer*  took,,   gre;it   ,pains     to     investigate  thoroughly the workings of these f promoters with regard to the organization  'of this company, andinterviewed many'  leading' citizens   of  Revelstoke    who  were entirely disinterested, as well as  some'who ,to  some  extent" might  be  considered as interested parties. " ' _ *  *   '���������*' They are a fairly good  prospect;  the development, woik on  September  27th;'last, consisted of one tunnel-10 ft.  long, with its mouth about 200 ft. below  the summit of, the   hill;, one  'tunnel  with  n i ou tii" aliout 50  ft.   below   the  first, nnd somewhat longer than 40 ft.,  aiid another tunnel, apparently a crosscut, which,has.-cbeeii  driven  about 20  ft'.'; also a, winze sunk  below  the ' floor  of the first tunnel.   At the  mouth-of  the first tunnel,   there'was ;a limited  quantity   of   ore.oir'the   dump,   the  tunnel having been run as a drift along  the'ore'body.'-1 It -was  from' such development that Mr. George W. Beach,  ^, ^^a^^/%^' '^''SS^^^^^''^^  Fancy and staple groceries^  the best. Pickles of every*  kind : Mixed Pickles."-Plain*  Pickles, Sweet.Pickles, Pic-$  alillie, Cbow'Chow, Mustard^  and,Catsup, in bottles, jars'  and in- bulk., All. of the^  purest 'and best. Lowest*1  prices on these goods.  'CROCKERY &  who is described in the  prospectus,   as  "the   well   known   in in ing   expert   of  Bitti.-li Columbia," made lhe following  statement in his,report, (o tin- board of  directors, .-md  published  in   the   pros-  peel ns, "From  actual   measurement I  have computed  that  there   is' 730,000  tons of copper ore in sight."  ,   " 'It is hardly necessary to make any  further 'reference  to  the  other statements made in  the prospectus^   when  this one fact has been considered.   But  accompanying   the  prospectus  was a  map   which  is entitled *"sketch    map.  showing ' approximate     position     of  claims,' and leads,   also   development  work,"'"Sketch showing, mines,   oie-"  bins, aerial tramway,"  with  a picture  entitled "Smelter**   appended,'  and   a  topographical -map showing  the ,Col-j  umbia River from the.heact   of Arrow  La'kes to Death   Rapids,  antl   the Big  Bend -District,' generally.     Willi   the  exception of the latter, it may be said  that the sketch  maps   ate   pure   and  simple works of imagination,- because  as an actual matter of  fact,   no' tramway/no ore-bins and no smelter exist.  After a careful perusal of all the papers-  issued in  connection  with  compaiij''s  prospectus,   the   writer  is astonished,  that'.any sane man would think  of ,in-  ' vesting, because the'statements,   both  individually and  collectively,' are   so  absurd lhat they stamp the scheme as  "wild-cat" on the face of them.' "''  'i i      ,  1 This week the Mail  received, word  from a gentleman in New York, stating  that this company would shoitly bring  out iv "report."   This   should   prove'  interesting ..reading    in    Revelstoke.  The gentleman also remarks':    "I have  never   been   able   to  learn   anything  satisfactory   about   this company,,although I have been  trying  to   do   so  since last,April. and if they are such  a-  company as repotted, it does  seem <as  though    your    government   ���������officials  ought to take some action and. prevent  people " being   deceived."    Their ''prospectus and other literature which   was  prepared to float their stock.is certain-,  ly alluring and deceptive."  v In the same article Mr. .-Brewer has  the following to say   of   the   Carnes  Creek Company:��������� _   v *���������  ' '"The Carnes Creek Consolidated  Gold Mine1*. Limited, with head-  'qnartets at Revelstoke, is pursuing a  cominendahle policy, judging from  their reports. ��������� The property owned by  this company consists of eight adjoining mineral claims known as the Rose-  bery.Group) located on Carnes Creek,  37 miles dislanl" by trail from Revelstoke,' also .the Hom'estake -mineral  in the same vicinity, and a mill site.  At tho time of this publication'of the  repoit last march, there had been per-  formed about 300,feet of drifting and  cross cutting, besides some shaft work'.  Tbe   report   also   contains ; a ' long  are. so encouraged as 'to^Tail a public  meeting to-night, at 8:o0 o'clock sharp  in ��������� the fionfc hall over Opera House.  All in'teiesled in sport,* ?ire expected lo  attend.  J. ISJcMaster, the fiou:  in������town "���������  Don't, forget that our price;  on Crockery, and glassware^  are   the  lowest    cjnoted   inf  Revelsti.kc  Our stock of Men's Furnishings  and   clothing is, complete and we can sell you an^  outfit at    very    reasonable^  prirc-i*    Pants will be made*  ti specialty.  orris <g  Coursier's Old Stand,  ^KOISTT   ST.  ' i  list of assays made from time to time  as the work progressed, which showed  the values have varied from $17.50 per  per ton in gold to $230 per ton in gold.  The report also contains <v certificate  from VV. Pellew-Harvey, of Vancouver, giving the results from the  treatment nf 350 lbs of coarse crushed'  'arsenical pyrites, which wore treated,  by amalgama'-ioii, followed by cyaHiding. The values obtained are given as  $22 in gold and 1 oz. silver per ton.  This company was organized in Revelstoke, and the writer was informed  that most of the capital which has  been expended was furnished by local  men. The writei takes plea&ure in  drawing attention to the progress  made bv this company, because the  company is apparently following the  right lines to be pursued in developing  mining propositions, and the results if  satisfactory should prove very beneficial to the entire district. Indeed,  there ia no doubt that the work of this  company will next year attract a good  deal of attention from outsiders to-  ���������ward the Big Bund district, who will  be very favorably inipiessed by the  confidence exhibited   by the local men.  FIRE MEETING.  __  Regular- Meeting*   of No.' 1 Brigade  Last Night.   ,  i        ,  i'    ��������� i ' t  i .  At the regular monthly meeting of  ���������Brigade No. 1 last night "there was a  large attendance'of members, and tho  O i u * j       t  question of the appointment of a chief  was discussed at some length.    It was  apparent that ,the   members'-of this  brigade are in favor of    the   appoint-''  nient of .a chief   for" each   brigade,-to ,  serve,without salary.   "Several  'members of No. 2-company   were ^present  and it was decided, to   hold   a  .joint'  meeting of the'two companies   Thursday evening in No. 1   hall   to  discuss  the question. ' ������As the glass  has   been  broken in at least one   box, '"ths   city ���������  oouncil will be asked to   authorize ,the "'  chief to offer a regard of $25" for the.  arrest and'conviction   of, any   person  tampering with the system.     ,       '   dX-  a   ���������������          it '. ���������' GRIP AND PASSWORD; '    [ .������-  Floor Work.���������S. 0. * E, B. S. Anuual  - .   '   '   Dinner.   "   ,   -    d'l:,  t > ��������� i ..  ** i t,   ,(   !-, '  .The most important event iii secret';  society circles "recently was the annual  dinner of Loyalty Lodge, Sons of Eng-*';  land,   while ' the "'other  lodges   have*  been drilling onfloor work: ,   '  '    *,   ,.   .'���������' .i.^q. o..f,' .' '        , ..  Revelstoke lodgeinitiated one candi- )  'd-ite  Thursday   night  and  conferred  .three first degrees; Bro. J. A. Stone,   .  P. G.; conferring,them.  , ,    t ��������� *       ,'  S. O. E. B. S. i  *" > vl *  The annual spread.of Loyalty lodge  took place Friday night, and the I. 0..'  0. F. lodge room was well filled by sons  and daughters of Old Albion,   about  sixty being present.   After justice.had ",  been done to  the excellent supper the  floor wos cleared and dancing was in-.'  The  MENU:  ���������,   '<?  -<!-  ' all  ' v#l  -- "->'f'i  - 'A'hl  ' '��������� >;t  <m  ��������� .^,  - &  ..",'i 5  dill  ... d f|  , ii   tl  '-..������������������It  it,?,  ''���������ill  y^\  '" ,r������s  u1 ~' A* J  'if  V'-'ll  dulged in till late  The Revelstoke Athletic Club.  The organizing committee  met   on  Wednesday the 81st to report progress  and feasibility  of the above club and  i  Turkey and Cranberry Sauce  Ham Roast Beef  -  ,    Mashed Potatoes and Green Peas -.  Lemon Pic Fruit Pic It-ispberry Tart  Orange .lolly   '       Pine Apple Jelly  '    Raspberry Jelly.     Vanilla Jeljy  Assortsd Cukes  Cream Cheese Celery  Apples      Oranges      Nuts      S.ilted 'Almonds  Muscatels       Dates   .   Candies. '  \ ���������>       Tea     , Coffee   ,  Following is the .programme and  toast list, President Taj lor in the  chair: *   " (  Toast���������" Thc Queen and Royal Family.", ,  Violin Solo Jas. Taylor  Song���������"Tho Village Blacksmith" ....... J. Lee  Oomic Song   II. Edwards  Song '. A. R. B. Hcarn  Song���������" Union Jack " II. Varnes ,  Toast���������"Thc Ladies" W. Mather'  Song ������������������������������������ ' T. Skinner  Recitation, "Ordered to Lhe Front"���������SV.Watson  Song  Jas. Gill  Piano Solo    \...H. Smytho .  Toiiiit���������" Army unci Xavy " Capt. Taylor  Song..' Jas. Taylor  Song Bra. Grogan  Song F. Richcri  Comic Song S. Lojircnco  Toast���������" Thc Prc-s ".... Messrs'. Thompson and  Grogan  Song , Cnpt. Taylor  "God Savo the Queen."  Capt. T. E. L. Taylor, who has been  the president of the lodge since its  institution, was made the recipient of  a handsome gift by the members of the  lodge. It consisted of a solid silver ink  stand, inscribed as follows ;  rm:si:.N*TEi) to  AVOKTUV   PriKSIDKNT  T. E. L. TAYLOR  BY Tim -IKMUKHS OF  Loyalty Lodgb  S. O. E. B. S.  Jaxcaky 1st, 1900. THE KOOTENAY MAIL
'H.be Ikootena^ fFdaii
���      EEVELDTOSB, B.C.,
B. R. tUlll'Bffltlt,
PcBrJisnuji axi) P-'OKUikto:*.
Subscription.   Price,   C2.03   Per    /-K^m
ADVERTISING   RATES   quoted* on   a-ipli-
cation. ' ,
JQ'A PRIKTIXG of every kind al moat reasonable rales and shortest notice.
ACCOUNTS-for job  pi-inlin;; or advertising
pi.yalile on lhe I'r.-iL oi every inontn.
COIIRESPONDENOK on all mallei--, of local
i or Mililic inlcc-t invited and curcfiilly con-
s'.dl'ivd. All comniimjuations to the Editor
n.K-L be iiccoiiijw.-.ini by the nana; of llio
writer, net necessarily lor public.-.lion, but
a-5 an ( vi.'R .1 -e o�� gouillailh.   . <
Addrr- , .
Kevcl.-itoke, 13.C.
Tin: v/agMn   rc^ul   ic-olulion   pa-.st:i'i
by tiie boai-ii of. trade Thin --cl.iy , night
i-, very niialciihiig. <   Export, testimony
(ji)Oi not mi to --'how 'that   l.io   ckiiViiii
i.     .-���' *
is dangeious of niivigalion.' Instead
it ill! g*-'es tu .\hovvvlhat it c:.n be navigated witij perfect safety, whenever it
is possible to navigate any part of the
, liver,/ below 9-mile .riffle, !Many
opinions ui: experieucftd river,, men can
beor.uie.'i in support, of this statement.
The ad\ei.se  opinion   was ,tli-it   gi\en
, ��� '*      , ���
by Joe. Gene-lie last spiiug,   when   lie
was nlho seeking lhe conti act for completing the 'toad. Plis supporters in
this claini weie also interested foi;'
obvious reasons in'having tho road
completed. The opinion of every, river
man vvlio has navigated the ' river in
any kind of a craft, from a canoe to a
'steamer, is tint the road, will be useless except at the highest stage oi'
water, and then tho fiver is not   navi-'
��� 'able above the can von.  ' If this is so,
" i ���        -."���..       "".  ' '
ami the weight of * testimony- goes   to
.      ,      *���     i -
sliov/that it i.-J? the mon'oy the hoard
of Li ado vvishos to have 'expended in
the completion of the. mad will' be
money lost. Would it 'not be better,
'though the Matt. 'is opposed1 to the
principle, for tiie   government, to   use
thc   'j-'-l-.OOO   i-'iquiied    in     completing
the    road,      ii      b< nusing     a      boat
town, especially when no one sleeps  in
the halls. It is not now too late to
consider the proposition of moving the
new fire hall to the centre of the town
and do away with l\o. 1 ball. If this
is done, a team purchased, which can
be used every day in city work, the
teamster icquired to sleep at the hall,
comfortable quarters fitted up for a
few men, a nhoroughly efficient, fire
department will be en hand at any
time. The expense- of moving the hall,
organizing the- new foice of fire fighters,
and'"maintaining the two brigades. Jt
is hoped that the council will 'take the
'matter up at once bqforo any further'
expense is entailed upon the city ��� for
something which is of'little value.
The e'sU-ly^hip. air! the t:ij;. a-.i'J the hail*
In tho liartoi at ;inc !.or i-iiie;
���Jlis-y've r..'.!i;;!it to do hi:t uv.ir;: baik ffn-l forth
.Willi ll'.a riib anil shi* iir'i.i of llu' liiie.     , ,      c
They -ill in then i.i:.:c h.ivi' mn.le i.iany a tiip
Tn lands far away from hoii'.c;
They l,.m. iuih ihe necan :is smooth as glass
And have slc:i it !.i<-ii(.d to a  foar.i.
fJat now, alas, thoy .it, .'iiicr.ci   ih'.'\
I.ilco ovpi.Mliin*; else out of dale;   Q
Thoj'vc naught to <lo but hiving back and fortii
' At .anchor,,, for Mich is fate! ',
Tho Goddess of Progress has cast them a-ido
1   For a newer and liultcr scheme '
Cf plying lhe sea-, for don't you know i
'   ' riiat this is thi' ajji* of steam?
So Mis'.ivss I'rojMess,said to the chips:
' "Pin boi.-y, l)iit"\\li.u tun I do?,     *"-,    '   ,'
Tor caeli.ot-e.iii Kiajlionnu lus ��.i1:e*i the pUce
���- Of twenty such huits as ye'-   '  ,
So, while 'tlv.' graj hound- p"'- .' fc1..** seaa, ,
The ships at anchor rldf,   )
With nothin-; to do but swinpr hack and forth
With  the'ebb and  f.ooil of  the in'i*. '    ���
��� ���Theodore L. Snolliiij In Boston Transcript
. j i
One Einnmcr day to n young child I said,     ,
"i.'iile to lh/ inoihcr, boy."    With earnest fa.ee
And la!.riini',' firuuis nil ii'iti-cd to trace ��
J ho un-aii- cli-n.utei-1, heybt-riL his head "   -
(Tl'.iit  tliouitl  Line  danced  amid  tiie  (lowers   in
stead.      it- ' "
Over the hlurred'pujj- for a huh" ho.ir's space,
'ilicn. willi a sijjh that bui-dencd all the place,
Cried,   "M.in:ina   knows!"' and   out   to   sunshine"
spt'd. '    ' * " "    ,
0 roi.l of [r.ine, when tasks are haul and Ions
And life to clow ds ihci* with its st!("--s and *u-aia
Tlat  tl.ju, li i'f t.iiiiliii'-. ait  too ti:cd  to piay,
IJ'.iak tluai thi*- imiic ol bl('.-��i!i,r and he strong!
c;oJ ki.ivvs!    Wli.it,though the lips lie chjmh with
p-iiii .     ,
Cr the |J'.'*i drops?   He knows what ihciu v.ouldst
.    siy. .    ,
���Jr.Ii.i  C.   It.   Dorr  in   New   Yoik ^Mail  and   Ex-
pi ess. " ���>
- NOTICE.  ���
In the Esi-alo of Donald Jlorrison deceased.
NoVicc i"- hereby civ en th-u all Tiorpoii<* hnviiipr
claims a-.'a;i)sl t,!io'(>-.tali3 of lionald MoiTi-.0iJ
l.i to of Trout, 1 iiiki: Oily. H, f\. Kree Elinor, vvh
died on or about, tliu 10th February, 1SC��3, near
Trout L:i!:e City, intc-j-tale", aro reniiire-il to send
to Lho ���'.iiilor-.ii.'-iieil un dr belorc the flr^L Ke'brn-
ary, JfMO, nt Ltovc".-;lok'-. full p ivlicxil.tr-! of such
claims duly verified, and Ihauafler '-aid dale, the
ui:dur.s:jj;'ed will proe-eed to di-lriunto the
estate of the Raid ('e'coascd atnoni' tlioio of
whose claims lip shall then have had notice.
And notice in iilso hereby {riven tliat, scaled
tender.s will b.-,r._v,e'ivvdby the undor'.i^iicd ui>
till noon on the 1st J<*cbruary. lfl'I'i, '.or tlie *>nr-
chaso of all the interest which the s.tid Donald
.Morrison bad at Lhe timooi bisdeiitli in Ihc-c
cerLaiu itiinerni ciain:^ known as (lie "J-'ort!.
'Star" ,i'.;,l "JMotj;!'., 1 loyal" 1\Iincral eluiiii.-
-.itiMtc on f-'dvoi- On;> MfHintaiii neav KorK'n-'1".
B. O., iS'ieb interest, h'-inynn nuilivided one-half
interest in soil cii,.i;:i-..
Dated tliis ind day of Jumuiryi l.'IX
'    ' 'i IL K. COCHir.K'.tfb
Gold Commissioner,.UoveMoUe District.
xo. m a.f. & k.m.
*   *   TlKM-CRiiliirinecliiiB:--
tr'p lu-ld in the l.l-.i--
c/",_ - _X V jT\ onic 'J'em-.i'ic. l'onrmj
-~��.)S:li^{,Xif^fd!L==.lhi\i. :>:\ tho third
-V^^^vV8feMniHl,iy'   in   each
 , IlKll'ltll    .it-      ft.    1>.     HI.
S^^J1"   VKitii'.w   brethren
' cordiivllv welcomed.
nu i
jEES  p=aci   a
SAMPLE R0031S.   Heated by
^-^j^'!. ,**^1 hot air and electric bells  and
light in every'room.   Free bus meets all
1  /f!^mir* /***%   F5^"?     ^\\ '     SBAS0ICAB3UB  RATES.
]g IS      U       '\%d?   %    ��> \ Xight Grill Room in connection for the
i   'a       M      p.       Sk        rl  S     %   U   fr1'^ i-onvcniencr- of (juo.-.ts arriving and dc-
J   ^-z^y       C       Has^- ll    ' \l g U ���   4 pai-tins by nij-ht trains.    Ilourly street
ear between liotcl and .station.
p ���    j. ..-.237.3     ' ,   jfl35>,   f=-a rk    B iw!W'^- ?:���������.    R     B
IL .7. PRATT Skckktajiv.
REVSI^STOSS Z.ODGTC, 2. O. O. ?., Ko. 25.
If some ono or  a  dozon   want, to  pay
their  subscription   ro  Tlie  .Iniminl   wirb
. ��� iconlis. now is tin- time���$1 a haul.���Wake-
to    run   for   four   ei;   n<-0    months   ot I 'i,.],nN,.i,.) .Jom-in:!.
'The filitor rimveil into John Cm ham's
rosidi'iiee this week, where lie will lie
glad'to receive wood,, chickei;-.. !:.:y. cm a.
outs'"1 iniinpl'/iis >"t even inonev on miIi-
Bcrifiiion tu i The Euturpi-iae.���Onward
Snturpiistt.      r*'   ~~~~  ~^-r    "
tlie y��ai- fm- sovtji-al yi.'ar.-.   This would
i^ivo aiiipU' liaiisj-iorliit ion fauilitii's,  as
far at ioasit as cm ho .sei:.ure.'i   shoi t, of.
a railway, for   a   lon-^   tinie   to   come.
"With   a   steanie.r    rimnitig    regularly,
de\ eiopine-nt   work     would-     prococd
j-ap'dlv, ami it, is hooo:l that in   a   few
i - A
vv-ars there would lie otioutrh   business
r J **
'&?&iT'tt3&2ij o'clock.   Vihiiii
*/.!^.e^"ftXJ~^iy'^ cordially welcomed,
* snLKiK,ir 2��or-Gz:, no. 12,1. c. o. f.
Meet,'- every Tuesday
ir/ n-^a-^    cveninp-in Oddfellows'
W   T^Vl-Iall    at    &    o'clock.
) Visiting brethren cor-
'dially  invited ''to  attend. , ' ,
Newly Built.
Lighted by Electricity
���l hroughout.     , .
X%.. ."."SjX      COITSt^ SIT. BrGBIE
/ !'.v:"?cv /j*��s!ar\   ' " ' ,.
Odd fell ovv
cond and
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V'^:''^'B.C.*^W   inonLh.   Visiting breth-
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in Ki��liu m   iu-.tifv   the. buildifi-   or   a    \rOTICE i-=- hereby piIvon that D .Stamper is
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!L"lIl' board of tr.idi* oo.v   appears   to t tlnsdnte.
be under i pffice-t  control   of  a   i-.mali 1
ot "Jj.iilwav Rrtdgorrtea, vvsil nor be ro.iponMble
i ft.- any debt.- he may contract: ;n its name after
TROS. OirXESPll-*, M;i'"tcr. ���
nartv who are determined to   work   its r     ... _.-.Ml ,-,,        Divi,-:oii Lodge Xo. 1.
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p.amoi'oL*  all   i&  ia   wort!:,   politicaliv. 1
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Ileceutlv mam* nicnibfr'* hav e rfc-itmed
for this ifasiOii.
lujv are now M-imin^r '
to tin- thir-e iH~-o!u1"'iotis passfo   at   tr.e
bust lOiu-ti:!-,' oi: tiie 1. iard a.^ furni^liiiii,-
m oof    of    tlit'ir   corii'f :it ioi'
th-it poiitie-sy.va-s rusptni^ibh.   I-sr   tiieir ���
Cold Jlasise Lodgo,
!���:. of P.,' Iio. 2G,
E,GX*clstoi--c, B.C.
Meets every Wednesday in Odd Fellows'
Hull at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Knights invited.
J. W. CROSS, M.D.,
., '   c. c.
-      JAS. GILL.
K. ot" It. &- S.
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BesfCi-nnds cf
V'/inos, Liquors and
,'_7 Cigars.   ' <���   ,
J. A. Stone, Proprielor
Rate's, $i per day,
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a:salvtical cnK^iiST axd   ,
Royal "School of Jtines, London.
Seven years at Morfa Woi'ks, Swansea.
Seventoiui  yeai-j  Chief  Cheniist  to Wiyan
Coal and Iron Co., Eng.
Late Chemist and Assaycr, Hall Mines. Ltd..
Every dc-cription   of assay  and  analytical
work ii'nderi.iken. * '   ''
Claim-1 examined and reported upon.
.REVELSTOKE. R. C.  �� 1
Ori'icus :    UlOLSOXS   Hasx -Bi.ocic,   Ri:vi:l-
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OJISc'c: Uevoljj-.okc, R.C.: Fort Steele, B. C.
Gl:o. S. McC'Ai:T*-r'. J. A. ir.vi4vi-:y,
Revelstoke, 1". C. Fori, SLeclo, B. C.
Y     W. CROSS,  ii. D.
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Electric lighted, furnace heated
Newly built and furnished. . : .
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Finest and  best  supplied  bar'
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Cor. -Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B. C..
111 trod act ion   and    p.iMtM;^.      i nf   ai>-
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Kootcnav who also has had considet-
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"����^��w��������^^ THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  A LA MODE.  tf- '  In direct contract to black and many  of the fashionable somber colors are red  cloths, serges and camel's hair goods.  ��������� Great favor is'still shown to jackets,  overdresses and skirt decorations shaped  witli/'curving effects and scalloped edges.  Among novel styles in trimming which  have''appeared fur is 'used to emphasize  and enrich the floral and other designs on  iace or net.  French milliners continue, to, use, the  wings of, birds in profusion^ lbe entire  bird appearing on many of tbe newly imported models.  Blue is certainly one of the dominant  colors now in vogue, for it is blue, in every ,tint and' tone, for day or evening  wear. 'It ranges from'deepest'"Dewey,"  or admiral, blue to the palest hyacinth  and lavender dyes.   , ,     " '"'  Not a few of the long, graceful onvel-  oping'French rodingotes and Newmarkets  are belted around the .entire waist. A  few arq, belted from the underarm'seams  across the' back 'and still others from  these seams across the front.  Fancy satin or cloth medallions, lattice  nnd, scroll designs in openwork mohair  and other silky wool braids, chenille, bits  1 of fur and "silk .cord, all in' new applique  effects, are ver3; fashionable used as ii  garniture for stylish cloth costumes.. , '  * Combinations of materials and colors  in one gowvn appear to be quite as fashionable as they have been for many seasons past despite tho reports which came  early in the season to the effect that new  autumn gowns were to be formed'of, a  Bingle material and dye. '"      t .  Polka"dotted,velvets were worn a,year  ago as bat and bonnet fabrics or trimmings. This season they are similarly'  employed, but they likewise appear  among the fancy coats and jacket bodices,- drap skirts', skirt .decorations .and  the new shirt waists or blouses trimmed  with satin bauds the color, of the dot in  the velvet ' ���������* <     ���������  of transportation facilities" 'Tiie nun*  trouble with this explanation i> that iJ?  price is going up nr a uniform run- aJ]  over'the cotmtr.v. Does thi.-- loo!; like  natural supply and demand *or jun pin hi  trustV���������Indianapolis Newfc.  A DOZEN   LOVE STORIES.  if;  A New York woman h.id her sweetheart arrested  for theft and  tlieri mar-  " ried him. ', ''"-i   -  A  St.'Louis  woman   pretended  to.be  "ber husbandjs sister aud let lum marry  '.another woman. , , ,  , The divored wife of a "Jersey City* man  "Is now, a cook in the employ of \ her ex-  husband's second "wife,    <-  In spite of the strict -rules of celibacy  iti.the Amana colony",.two members fell  in love and were married. '  W. B. Tile married Mrs. Vanliewan in  Independence, Kan.'" It was ber fifth trip  .to the altar and liis third.  "While dressing for ber wedding, a Vienna 'woman * learned _ of the ' groom's  death. Three days later she married another man. t  ��������� A Newbury (N. Y.)'girl remained faithful  while"ber sweetheart served a' nine  - years' term .in-jail and  married him on  his release. * ��������� '   - .  An    Australian    sent    his   sweetheart  , money to buy her passage from England.'  ' On her way over she fell in love .with a  passenger and married him. ������������������  ���������' While' i'n bathing,at Atlantic City,"a  man proposed and was,.accepted, and a  preacher .beiiig ou the bench they' were  'married in their bathing suits.' "  . While a London church was on fire a  bridal party entered, and insisted upon  being wed. so the parson tied the knot  while the edifice was in flames.  For 15 years Herman" Redcr of New  York had courted' Jennie Skaidowski.  The day~wa*3 set,' but one"'day before it  Bhe married his younger brother.  * A Napoleon, (O.) couple were married  recently after an engagement which extended   unbroken   over   n   period   of   GO  'year's.   Tbe man is SO, and tbe woman  is 72 years old. ..      ' _ ���������  'WAYS OF WOMEN.  When a girl begins to talk about hor  soul, it makes you ,lliink-that ber stomach is out of order.���������New York Telegram.  A Kansas woman in Butler,comity has*  managed a -450 acre farm for ten"years  and lias saved '$20,00Q. This is printed  merely to show what a woman can do  when not handicapped with a husband.���������  Denver Post.  A woman expects a man to work all  day to buy her one of the new style  dresses that drag all over the street and  then sympathize with her all evening'bo-  cause she lias to work so hard sewing*:  Btrips on the bottom.���������New York Press.  When tba last judgment is half over,  we shall see some woman who bad been  sitting for hours beside a reflecting pool  adjusting her skeleton serenely 'Walking  up the aisle' between the sheep and tho  goats and assuring every one she had no  notion it was so late.���������Exchange.  It has long been scientifically demon-  -<;, strated. that a -woman cannot throvy a  stone straight. It now appears that she  ' teers an automobile the way she throws  a stone.. There, are awful possibilities  in tho near future. A wabbly bike can  be dodged .by an athletic sprinter, but a  wabbly automobile has a horror ah* its.  own.���������New York Press.  THE TRUST QUESTION.  Following the example of diamonds,  beef and other valuable things, eggs are  now rising rapidly in the scale of prices.  Can it be possible that a hen trust hau  been organized?���������Chicago News.'1  An indiscriminate war upon corporations because somo corporations have  formed ^trusts is madness: What sort of  a state would Indiana be today without a  railroad? Yet, without corporations, it  would have been impossible to build five  miles of railroad.���������Indianapolis Journal.  The price of coal is advancing. Tbe  causes, of course, are...strikes nud. "lacij  ANIMAL ODDITIES..  After an ant battle victors will r,fi>ii  be seen running about with tiie head of a  dead ant < fastened by its mandible^ to  their legs or bodies.  The Argentine locust, has a habit of  moving forward like an army in line  and gathering togr'tlier in lninehes instead of scattering like true grasshoppers,        o  A  veterinary surgeon of Faribault. !3.-  D., has a* novelty in the shape of a won-,  d'M-ftil pacing tlog.    Ku  far a--  is known  lliis  is the only   instance ������i.: record nf a  pacing dog. though a treiting d*ig is not  uii-'.eard of.    ��������� ,  MEN  MA  rit  Thomas   A. 'Ed.-.-on   works  POULTRY  POINTERS.  Oats make a good fped for the molting  hens.  Peking  ducks   develop   early   and   are  good market fowls;1  Fowls on the farm wilt oat.iimr-h waste  l  a:i<  s  in  ill.-in  food  are  grain and rid the farm of Weed seeds  insects.  *���������    If  there  are    pullets   or "cockerel  sonic of the broods lhat grow faster  the rest, select I hem out ic keep.   c  It is well enough to give hens oily  when they are iu a low condition ot  debilitated from tbe ai lacks <>C lice.  The heavy sitters should have shallow  nest boxes and rather '.Hat'.nests: oilier-  wise there will be many broken eggs.  Generally .the pullet thai begins to lay  earliest in life i.s .the one ihai v.-ill lay  the largest number of eggs through life.  If a ben does not hatch until hue. it  will, as a rule, be better to market her,  as late molting hens are rarely prutitable.  When good wheat is low in price, the  economy of buying screenings is. to say  tbe least, doubtful. They contain but a  small per cent of nutriment, while good  wheat is a valuable food.  Early hatched pullets always begin to  lay iu tbe fall and early winter. They  will soon pay for themselves when eggs  are scarce and high. Never sell the best  of the early pullets.  "HE  PUNSTER.  The sterpopiicon man is always changing his views.  A true philosopher is too philosophical  to bother shout philosophy.  .->���������)        . , " ,   "       '        '  THE -^ , .;  ���������TO ���������  GRAND    ,      -.  *  '    WINTER  ' ���������     .    CARNIVAL  It ���������&*&*& "*4 '  ������������������*  ~r~3 /���������\ r~* err* -  tiii.i  i'V.  k  '.*.1 jr ���������     1 .i t..(.  ���������Martin, II. ("Jiyn:: of Albany is the  youngest 'member cf r':e Fi!;,',--si::lii c-on-  giess, being only '-A yeai.s cl,.1. '  Alexander Ilvndei"*iiii of Syr:ier.--e  acted iis pnllhcnier at the fiiii-r.'i of  of his fiiends driving ihe last ."..')  has  172  ,\ "ars.  in   iivc.-������:1!s  -and blouse, and visitor,*. tn'liK lalmrhflirv  usually mistake him for one i.f the'workmen, i.  Sir Robert ltawlinj-on. K. C. I������?.*is, the'-  only man who was ever knocked out of  the saddle by a cannon ball without being killed! ���������   /��������� ���������>  General Miles''seaU-ing,'which is shown  in all his half length por1raitsc'upon the,  third finger of bis left hand, is of a black,  onyx stone bearing iu monogram the initials "N. A. U."  Emanuel 'Lasher,  the chess  champion  of thc world,  is but 31   years old.'  lie  comes of a   family  of  players,   and "bis  brother, a Rerlin physician, is one of the;  strongest in Germany.   ,  ���������  Ex-Senator GeoVge F. ITamlin of Kansas is the son of Europe,Hamlin and had  three uncles whose names weie Asia. Af-.  rica and (America, i, Vice President Hannibal Elamlin was the sou of Africa.  Collis, P. Huntington always; wears  when at'work an ordinary black silk-traveling cap. This- he dons at once .upon re-'  moving, his hat, and his clerk's have a  story that no man in his employ has ever  seen him bareheaded.' *���������,  The Rev. Herman Augustus Gerdsen.  to whose unremitting efforts ��������� is largely  due the, success of the Pennsylvania  Chautauqua, has <- held the position *of  chancellor for three years. - Under his  guidance tbeChautauqua workjias great-'  ly developed.  Williajn L. El Id Ms. who Is at the bead  of the1 great',syndicate controlling, the  street railway; and gas privileges of a  large number'of cities, began lifeias an  errand boy in a grocer's store. ' Mr. Elkins is a'liativer.of West Virginia and  was born in 1S32. - L  Ex-Secrctary John G., Carlisle when  preparing a case or a speech mechanically plays solitaire.' He will begin sometimes early in tbe'evening and.be at tbe  game until long after miduight. Although  his mind is on the more serious matter.,  he rarely makes a misplay.  *, The terrible sc-ar ou the check of General Guy V. Henry vvas received in the  Sioux uprising of 1S73. "When I was  fighting the Indians." he explains. "I  vvas wounded and fell from my horse.  The savages didn't seem to think much  of my scalp, aud so-they took my cheek.".  Hogarth and Wringe, the 'Shamrock's  skippers, are men just a little over 30  i years old, and yet both men "have been  sailing in class matches for several years.  Hogarth has bad-charge of most of Fair-  lie's .successful boats, and Wringe made  another boat .of the Ailsa when he took'  her over from Jay.  '���������' Samuel M. Jones, better known as "the  golden rule mayor of Toledo." is a native  .of Wales, born at Ty Mawr on Aug. 3,  "IS-ili. His parents' came to this country  when he was only 3 years old. When a  boy of IS. he drifted to the oil'regions of  .Pennsylvania, and in 1S03 he made a fortune'out of a patent sucker rod.    .,  sell  Sr-  "   Agents and pursers, Revelstoke  West,  i -".IB,  The publisher of the -Kootenay ,j\Iail  has decided to cj'ive its readers two issues  of  the'paper infjlead of one.     Hereaf  i ii   ii -iTT������ri^f r iPMni-innr*T-<iiii irmr ��������� r\. nil*n ,i,\ rir i- **rr. ' "frmiir' ���������.������������������f iikiiihi iiiji  the" Matl . will 'be   issued   Tuesday  r  l-Yidav.  and  s'ub.'-lcn'ber.s   will  ."nfter  ���������MWUM^MCCIKft IMttVta PM������iGkM������������ttUXVtt.������ AVVUC*-.  receiA'  ���������u kak AiaAUUTrMic-u;  and  > *A+Lm* .���������  the  ���������������  if  It  5*  i-K  outh, - ifernie ana  tickets,,. February  13th. 14th, 15th, & 16th;  !roint>"   portion- to date  * x  (r  to leave 'Rossland up to Feby  18th. '       '   "  ,  '  imune'  of s'srera'n'crreturn portion ������"ood  two  ir>r  p.ipeiT  >vxTiJ������raM.������fv-s������.uvrv������aMi-inM������/>ML������.vj'i  pi-  of o  i\_,'J hi  1 i|n;,        I\'l  ue.  Ii  Ci  lolore tne mail  M.  De  lest  mal Paoe'r  Ja-*o  janauian  I"  SkmsMf) "So.'s"  STSABISBS_  , ROSSLAND '.-indlKOOTENAY   -, ���������  ... , 1        ���������  Leave Arrowhead daily for all points in Kootenay, making connection       Nakusk for all  , , points on NakUhp & Slocan railway and  Slocan Lake.   ', ' __^ ^  Close connection at Robson 1 for Xelsoii'Kootc-  nay Lake and River points, Trail. Rossland and iill points in Boundary Country.'  For full lnfornu'tion, ;tickcts. maps, etc., call  on or address' ,      ',/ ' ������  .     '    ' '    . T. W. BRADS HAW  Agent, Revelstoke.  E.'J. COYLK,." '  A. G. P. Agent,'  Vancouver, B.C.  published "in   the   interior," and , will  also  cover provincial news thoroughly*.,  Or to  W. V ANDERSON,  -  Trav.'Pass. Agent,  ' " Nelson. B.C.  Kootenay Railway &'  * Navigation Company  Operating Kaslo & Slocan Railwfi  International Navigation & Tivuli:  Company.'  ay,  ng  %  I  6"  $  .*))/'  '&'  $  4"'  ��������� 6  :*5l  , ng-Kates, .    .       ^  ','"., .'*, ,  will be, slightly increased for some portions  of the paperTiffd will ,be made,, known on  application.  usiness Men  9  will   find  the   Maiet 'with  its- two   issues'  .**  ���������Iv  S?  /?���������*  .?  r~  9  .,.9  tf.  * t  ,  w  ��������� At"  ���������$,  , .v  '9.  * $  9.  9'  9.  ���������#���������  9.  $  9.  d$  9.  -f,  ynt ���������  S-N  A-  ��������� 9. ,  9.  if:  ������.  ''���������  .f.  < 11  '9.  S*  Scietlulo of Time���������Paciflo Standard Ti'mo  Effective June 10, '00.  Kaslo & Slcoan Railway  Pas  IC.IY  Sandon  International Navigation and Trading  1   , t.   Cosiyaay  > Operating on KG0t.sr.ay Lake and River.  S.S! iNTKKXATro^AL leaves Kaslo for Nelson  at (> a.m. daily except Sunday; returning, leaves  NeNon at 4.30 p.m.. calling at Balfour, i ilot  Bay, Ainsworth, end all way "points; connect--  vvifh steamer Alberta to and from Bonner's  Kerry..Idaho; aHo with S. ]���������'. & N. train to and  from Spokane, at Five JMile Point.  ���������6. 3. ALBi'-r.TA leaves Nolton Cfor Bonner's  'Ferry, Tuesdays and Siiuirdays at, 7 a.m., incet-  ���������ing steamer International from Kaslo at, Pilot  Bay; returning, leave.-- Bonner's Ferry at S a.m.  Wednesdays and Sundays.  Lar������Io-3>u3ican Division  Steamer International leave*. Kaslo for Lardo_  and  Argcnla at S.lo p.m.," Wednesdays  and  Fridays,        v *���������  Steamer Alberta leaves Kaslo for Lardo and  Argenta at S p.m. Sundays.'  , weeklythe best, advertising "medium dn. the , |'  Kootenays, and'" circulation 'considered   its  I' .. .,- '        I. Q   '  rates will be the lowest*.       ,    ,  Si  The  job   printing, department   will'in the  ������,..,,....i.M....,.n ,.-,.���������..���������,...,...���������.,���������������������._. ^   ,,.,, .���������<   future as-in the past receive close attention.  mncxjirxK wm  "if  9.  i  "1  9'  i  9.'  if  3?  if  31*  and every' effort* will  be made to keep the  quality of the work turned  out up to the  the best in  9  if  ���������9.  if  9.  if  9  if  9.  , 1  1* -  ������;u������^^(i3a;iM9BVia3g^^^  .���������3)1  i;  standard set by ,thc office, vi;  1     'IHiBlf*'1"'*1"1 'Mr*J*^^���������YTtFF^nFitTIVTtt ii llflHITif H'Jl '11  I pi������f .^r-fcM^^^* ������*m^ ^,^  the "Province.  Steamers call at principal landings  in   both  directions, and at other points when signalled.  Tickets sold to all points in Canada, and tho  United States.        r  To  ascertain  rates   and   full   information,  addres-,:  ROBERT IRVING,  S tf '        Manager, Kaslo, B. C.  O OBAN'STEAMSHIPS  Royal TiTs.il Lines.  Clioapoct no-tits to the 0'ti Country.  BEAVER LINE-From St. John.  Wont rose        -              -   ' ������������������      *      - Feb. 7.'  Air.wii      ....... "   M  ���������Monterey  "21  Ijik'jSuiiei'ior   -     '  '   "   2S,  I ake GnUirlo  M:ir. if.  Montrose  ,     "   IU  DOMINION LINE-From Ila'.ifux.  Vapcouver -      -   '  I'"ob. 17  D.iiin'nion          -          ���������     ���������             '     - Mar. 3.  Cambronvm               -             -             - "   lo  Vancouver-  "21  ALLAN LINE-Prom Portland  Parisian    -                Feb. 10  Numidinn  "   21  CiilifOi-nian  -                    -   ���������              - -���������'  ^rontjolitiii  Mar. 7.  Parisian .;...-'-, "10  PasseiiKors ticketed lhrou*di to all parts of  Great Britain and Ireland, and at specially low  rates to all parts of the Kuro).ean continent.  Apply to nearest railway or .���������"teiunship iijjonr. or  to  T.   w.' liSADSIEAVv, Affant.  F^vclsto''-:������.  9  S  -I   . MOiib<  ~r~' "' Incorporated by act.of Pailiament 1S53. , ,_ ,  HEAD OFFICE    , ���������      '. - - MONTREAL:  - , Wm. SIolson Maupiikusok. Pies.       S.fH. Evvixg, Vice-Pres.    .  F. WolfJsrstan Thomas, General Alanager ,  PAID UP CAPITAL   .' ���������- '     '     ' - $2,000,000  RESERVE' - - -       .     - '  ���������     - 1,500,000  A general bankin;-; business transacte.l.   Interest allowed on deposits at current rates.'  J. D. I0LS0N, Manager,  REVELSTOKE, B..C.  rsssxs  tti  .fT^>iittwjjimrgjuii?i.j'.'j'.'.ji^j^!ai^OT/ga!Enra^  I     ,   Highast Cash Price Paid for  ������!������<*,  rranea  ������W's y.)i ���������>';���������'U  iL  Ailrthipiii'jnl.s are I'X'i'ii'irjd l������v uiu i\<  soon us tlnjy arrive. I'riiiiiiit return-, as-  sured. Price.', itni loo hiwii ti wiirrant  holilinfi: jjoorts for any length of time,  ship oftoa and keep posted on tho return.-;  you {jet from  ���������   G. W. 3AZ.7-SWJI7,  P. O. Box Oil I.      , Agent for Jas. Ulhnan  t&-S2^S3K5!ffiS3^n3t3EHr  ���������1TY  ^r-* FRONT   STREET,,  Ha."- been rc-of-ciU'd-    Como in whenever .Volt  want a fjood meal.  OPEN   NIGHT AND  DAY.  A. Rebulchece,     -    Proprietor.  ^���������"'"^'SW.'u*'*-'  Drayini;   and   delivt'iirn*-  'Tciuiis nUvr.ys   re.-.ily  nutice.       p(*r>i.i-.-u*ts  takon  Ap-on1'  P  fur  "i.  A  sptu-inUy.  at   sliortcst,'  fm-   joliliinj;  B. C. Oil Co.  Orders  stables  speedy  W.  FT  iiBMING-  left at my  ' will have  attention.  BAUER & ASHCBOPT,  ft-IY  fitSM  ���������povinoiai  0  i'veyors of Mines,  ioberXf bamsora  Mineral Claims and Crov  I^vnrK.  t������  VANCOUVER,   B. C.  i'      J  '"\ THE KOOTENAY MAIL  9  ' "%  9.  Liebig's Extract of Meat.  Johnson's Fluid Beef.  9.  .tf:  .I?  , ;| Masquras Beef Jelly.  If  9  9. rt  '!'      These are some of 'the :|  _ *  ���������o-  ���������������  is  -**'  6"  very   best    nourishments $  .7.       ������ A  .     3.  '" i?:  oronounced by  the  medi- /,<���������'  .9. ' 9  , i(:  cai   profession,"' and " you -������  S x ���������> ^       'S!  can   o"et' them   freshr and J  *-* * ,    .*.  Ut  .9.  /f  ���������V.  -<v*  ���������V.  If  .v.  $  ���������rood  -.it the  anada Drag������BookGo  Revelstoke'Station.  9  &'Mr&i������Pi-&&&fr;&&'&&i&iK'kh&'&&ik9}  LOCAL' AND PERSONAL- BBIEFS  >m   ]IIecillc-  \)'. P. Kennedy is  waet thib wtit*k.  in  ..    ly Alilin it Co.,  grocers,   have   sold  tiie ir business to A. 2s1. Smith.  ,, ,  -George and   Kobeit   Chapman,   Ar-  rii cad,  ral S.ttui  row head, were registered at the. Cent-  n-dny:  N. Ahr.ihum.son camo up from the.  Spring-- Saturday, and went in lo the  Lake the next dav.       - ,;, -  tor 'Jaa-job Latanaje and Soppij.i  .Yi.selu to wed. The ceremony will Le  performed liy a Finnish clergyman  some time this month.   ,  A special collection will' be taken  in the Presbyterian church next Sunday night for the purpose of making  good the loss, about ������10, sustained by  the church'in the Union hotel fire.  Those contributing will kindly place  their contributions , in an envelope  mat Iced "special contribution."  ({Duiing the snow storm yesterday  afternoon'a wire crossed the fire alarm  wire and turned in an alarm from Box  6, at the Imperial Bank. "Within a  minute Brigade No. 1 "was on its way  up town with the hose sleigh, aud at  the foot of ��������� the hill impressed' the  Chinese scavenger's horse.. The Chinaman wanted to stop in front, of the,  Mail ollice and would go no further"  He was promptly chucked out and the  firemen took possession. On reaching'  JMcKenzie avenue it vvas discovered  that it vvas,a false alarm. The alarm  showed that Brigade No. ,1 can certainly make good, time.      t '��������� ,  - .    ��������� ���������     ��������� i   ��������� ������aB   B^t  ,SCHOOL,REPORT  For January, Very *��������� Satisfactory.���������In-  ,, creased Attendance.  "      (i ���������  '" lievelstoke has drawn against Yet*  nun fur the first game in the' hockey  tournament at the Rossland   carnival.  ' WANTED, by 'a lady, bachelors  ,mending< tu do .. Charges 'moderate.  , Apply at. Mail Oflice. ,'.' -11-tf  Jas. Vv'. Vail'had a slight attack of  appoplexy Saturday muining: He has  now so far recovered as to be able to  leave his room.  Chas  Tompkins cai'1,10 up before  the  beak yesterday and will do 30 days o  pay into   the   city   treasury   810   and  costs for diunlc aud disorderly.  is in tho city, no'the Central,  i.s disposing  of   his   interests  S. Hil  Mr.  ILil  iu   Galena   Bay,    and    will    probably  leave for Atlin about-March 1.  ���������   o  ^���������   For coughs iind colds, one of the.  very* best remedies i.s, sytup of White.  Pine aiid Tar. ..Made and sold only  at the Canada Drug it Book Co.     o  Volunteers for   Strathccna's   Horse  are coining into town on   every   train.  Coniaplix and Trout Lake   country ���������i.-  well icpiesented in the would  be   sons  'ot Ma'rs.     a -        ,  it is lepiu-tid lhat .Jas   Gill has   ap-  An examination of the report of lhc  R.-veisinke schools for'th.; lirst month  oi' the yeat shows a gratifying condition in our local temple'of learning.  A comparison with the leport for the  same month last year shows the' big  advance made. In January, '99, there  were err.oiled lo5 pupils and, the average attendance was 105. This year  the enrollment for January' was 2~A,  and, the average attendance 192.  There ate'but;*'five divisions ii\ the  school.' so that the average'number of  pupil's for each teacher, was a fraction  over "38.      ���������. , "-  DIVISION 1. -'  Senior Fifth.-���������Bessie Lavvson, Edna  Ivnowlton, (-i-hart Graham.      ' -   '  ,   Jiniioi* Fifth.���������Flora   Palmer,   Edna  Ncikl, JccIJoniey.     - '   '      '   '  Fourth.���������M.-i'iirl Hyatt, Pearl Robinson, Mary Edwards.    (  ���������Ail'miUT Suli.ivAX.  r ,  mvisiox ti. * y  Senior Third.��������� Grace Somes-', Winnie  Daniels, Fred ir.riiuh.-ii I.,   ''       ''  ."Junior ThiuL���������Percy  Dunne, ,Hazel  lliii-k, Ni'llic Daniels.  Second    Reader.���������Harold   Bin ridge,  Kathleen Fras.er, Roymoncl Frh'ser.  DIVISION III.'*  <i  Senior Second.���������Jessie Ainslie, Char-  iie Turnros-, Gordon W(>u(]liou*e.  Junior Second.��������� Harry Varnes, Annie Palmer, G'M-tie Lawson.  Fir-.t Reader.-r-Mayrgie 'Daniels. Hai-  olfl Giu-i-in. Rn-e JM;itch.  Si-cond Primer.���������Ti'd Gun-in,'Jackie  Sibhald, May Campbell.,  DIVIcIOX  IV.  Second Primer.���������Thomas Wilkinson,  G.'i-ti-intt' Oent^Jennic Hyatt.  S"fonts Primer A.���������Allie Bain. Lucy  Mct.'iii tiiy. George Woolsey  First    Primer;?���������-Cecil  Hoolev, Eiiini-'i Allen.  ���������   I>.   Primer.���������John' McCrury  Patrick. William Gaiiicano.  divisox -i-.   . ���������  Class   IV*���������Rheta   Johnson,    Eddie  Ilvatt. Geoige Camplv'll. '"  -   Class. III.��������� Ecin.-iJ-3riK.-e, Jennie Ker-  naghan, Eva Doy!^, May Manning.  ('i-is-*  J I. -���������Howard  McNabh. Ei nest  ^r.'-Maiinn. Char iie   William.'",  Leonard  Wood'nm.-'-, iji-rt Dor.nelly.  i     Cl.-r���������   1.���������Ri'^rie     Woolsey,  i Biijcf. Erir!^ D.t-Jiiu.  for the nralarical e������i*oit,ot* .Mr. "McFhil-  lips and th" .^til! more remiirkable  stiing of amendments Io the.coal mines  regulation act which he introduced.  Thej* vvere'intencied to emasculate the  niitti-e are pushing their work and  have it all in hand. The mining com-  'niittee is not likely to make any radical  change in mining-laws as the mining  nif-mbers aro apparently opposed, to  tinkering with the act.' Delegations  galore on every conceivable matter in  heaven above'and the earth beneath  ���������ire interviewing the Government.  Opposition developed against the, introduction of Kellie's short haired bill,  but the member for Revelstoke forced  a decision ;y.i'd cairied the first reading  bv a large minority. Turner and Mar-  .tin's resolutions of want of confidence  were'withdrawn. Government pulse  .normal, no symptoms of fever.  ffi  tie Iimiiil  ?  ��������� The anticipated objections to Mr.  Peterson sitling-asn repies'entative for  the third ward failed to materialize,  and Friday night evei-y seat at the  council table was filled. .  A report .on the1 Union hotel, fire,  was received from Chief Saunders.  The Big Bend wnujon road resolution  from the'hoard of trade was read and  endorsed hy 1 he council. It- vvas en-  .doised soleiv* hecn'use the resolution  claimed that Big Bend trahspoi lation  would be improved by building the  road.   ,  The resolution from the board recommending the repeal of .the ,in-ur-  ance companies was s vend and laid  over. '    '  As no reply had been received from  the provincial government 'r<-j the  recommendation foi- police magistrate,  and no notification had 'bee.n received  th;il Mr. Lewis had received the appoint merit, the, r.-soliilion from the  hoaid of tiade in re this mailer" vvas  laid over.      , l     ���������   "       , ���������   "  The services of Geo. S. McC.irter was  ret,'lined as city solicitor, at a'salary ot  $500 per .'inntiin.      ( >   ���������  Withthe p.-tssing'of several bills tlie  council adjourned.  Card of Thanks.  T wisli'liercbv to cxtciul.iny .sincere I hfui.-s lo"  all who so kjn-llv as>������islo:l iii fitTiitiiiff tlie flaiuch  as well as in rciiioviiu: fir.-iiitnro at, time my  rcsittciice wa-siU'sirovef!. c--;HL-ially to the li'.eni-  bei-tf ot the t'.vo lirj liriKiirtii-'-      ��������� ���������.  I1..K. COUHSUCIl.  u.  \',  I-,  Rn  .JEWELLER.  '    ,    C.P.R. V/atch Inspector.  Watches, Clocks, cvorytliins in the line.  Specialty���������-V-Zatch   Repairing. '    -  BICYCLES, Agent fcinious "Cleveland"  -   All AN'orlc fiiuirantcecl.  Utici;,     iil^ie  Tan n is  Edrfar  ��������� *- ���������������������������-i '������������������ ."������������������-    - i-  j  plied for enlistment in the troop-*   now , -r\~j_ ���������    Qi^-^. ^Q  cnii.-ui'tig for African   serv ice aud that j jj \^\j    j^l/J] ')'    Ul,  his application has  been   accepted   by r  CuL Steele.  The Session  If vonr furniture   is   ���������scratched   and ,  i    i.      * i  it 'i i!< s old  inline ������������������'.  J- I>i  just  bottle   of Furni-  Cicani.     Lt will make it took  y.uKKia B  ii  like  iSotd onlv   bv i lie Ca  Ci.  avkuxk.-d.w. Jan. 'JI  It   t.i'.fie Wit- MIMIC (iir-'-fipoilltllH'Ilt   Of  /I  m*  QjJ O  Airian.  English  ,1     .    o  . Cigars,  \ obaccos,  Agent for   "Quaker"' "Vapor  Bathd.  ��������� i ,  i>  ���������   -c^SZfi.-**--1'-  T**> ��������� l'  p.-^v-s r-, 7*0 /T*> Cfl    O "i-*i! tfv  Tuned  r?  i&ei  arr-u  ircd  ul  The Revelstfike Club is now comfortably ii^lalled \\\ the rooms in the  east end of the Central Hotel, It is  well fur:ii.-hed with chairs, tables and  leading matter. The billi.ud table is  iii>\v in place as well as the card tables  in t rie smail rooms.  ):' von want to gel fat drink" Longs  i'iiblin Stout, and ale, recommended by  lh"   liiciical    profession.  v. -,: I  dt ii'  PagclS e  have   prompt  ���������'���������led free.���������J. li. FVai  Statinii.  Orders    lett  press   or   bv   mail  attention,     (roods  Hevelsiokc  o  !  IMll'll'-l.  eXllMliti'll    a.    the   gom-,-   ovei-j  , of   the   -.v.-int-   of   confidence   moi ions,  Hon. Dr. .MeK-'ch;)!" ics-'Uiredtit   ���������-oiiie-  wha(    by  introducing  hi-,   coal   mines,  regulation    art    for    second    reading.  Exception is taken   by  several   (o  Ihe  clauses diiected   at   Chine-ie  labor  be.  cause  not   being allowed   by  impel ia!  ���������iiithoi ities to   expre.-sly   prohibit Asiatic- in name it applie- an   educational ,  (..���������.sti  which   would   prohibit European j  foreigners as well.    The "doelor"ofTered j  however, to   introduce aii  amendment ,  iu (���������onimiHee.-illowirig the ' inspector of  initi"- to permit .-my   miner   now   employed to'iem.tin *-<>  for   I-   monlhs   to  uuderst nu'  3- ;-ii3 v:ol'.:i.  I'(.r  rl'i'|-|-.'r  ('!(-.,  I'lnon Hotel--C  Taylor,  U  REVELSTOKE  Rfi     I AMM  ->'  ,\ couple Finl.iiidrrs came in from  ���������J'li-ani'iiis ye.Ntei(J,iv aiul ;ip]iai ently  h iei co  lion'.".  fieri e.\iirf  them con  ��������� Kie/-,ibl(-  ri  bu-incs .it the  court  ey fiiirilly left  with   a  sati'j-  .ion on their face".     One of  Id not speak English   but   he  girjeiully showed tlie repurtor a license  ^X&2&>  *m  t!)i-   rules   laid   down   for  safety in mini"-.    A deb He in ose   upon  it which will be  continued t .-:nonov -  Tl tints DAY  Today-'���������-s-ioti was remiirkable only  iicl. iind vvili not go with the govci n-  meiit. He--ion .idjouriii-d till i.o-moi-  riiiv, nol, holding ;i nighl se.-sion o|it ol  re'-pcr t for the death of Bobei t. Duris-  iiiim, u bo'-e huge est ale will be greatly  eifected by the act under dii-.i-itssiori.  FiUPAV  The Railway and private bills com-  b;is now oyer 100  p;il roie-. and all  are sati.-fied with  I heir woi k.  Give ii-, a fair  I rial mu\ be con-  v'ni."d (hut our  work is superior  to that of the  Chinese.  .bill. I III), lf.'OO.  PMRF  %j\  Yon vviil noi buy an article unless you know it is as represented and  that it i** ;is *��������� Pure as Show."  Q  ������"**. r*  Hb  'h~  You want (o buy from a place that j'ou'are sure of.    Sure of quality,  sure of price. " ,  P    O ���������    '  Pir.mi ^ur1& * i ' J-  'Yv> wanf, ynu lo b>"sur������ tbut tlie goods are  li^ht oi- else we cannot  soil the ni to you.  sOi   ILJ,,'������������J> , -  You must be st; IN fieri wilh the goods oi-  when 'you want more you .  , ,'     will nol, try us again.     ^iVe   have  made our present business by this  W. I.'!:MwllSI"Ha?iwape k Tlnsmithing.  1     fi  I?-"-' /���������>"S!iA.    PA   /������=*<  B   * B  i    >i I- h   ^ '/A (5~ ������ s    I  nei oAori  B. E. DREW, Manager.       o    '    ��������� .      .  Being unnbli. lo sunnise our patrons needs we can only itemise a few of our  many special Hues' from'which conclusions may he d,r-i wii'.-is to this store being  in the swiin and (hat iis prices are right. Our dress "goods are all wool and at  prices which arc oltihues charged for bhoddy goods. , '     - '  48 inch all wool worsted suitings $8.25 suit for $6.50 '   ���������  Bcri'> aline  8.00  60 inch all linen table, damask =506. now ^c.  5.50  72  1-1  1 (  plain sheeting-  twill       ,,l(   ������  '  ?oc.  <r  ,J0(  1 pair Huckaback towels "        3^.  l<7) 'inch'linen roller' towelling    10c.  f pair (5 yards) lace curtains, $1.50  ��������� 1    "'.(7 yards)'    " "       , $1:50  25c, ^  27^0.  " 25c.  $1.00 ':  $1.00'-"  fpiiiSQe.  X J.1'v/sj������^  Prioes.  Worthy   of Tonr Attention.  SOS,  Deiiler.s in all kinds  of   ,   -f      ^      '-*-  1 ,   e    ��������� C-al. 1, is SI ?���������/ U'j  Farm Produce  Fish     ���������-'���������  Fowls ,,,\    ,  FrUitS (large quantities) ,"  Vegetables  On hand all the time.  ',/TsJ'Call and get. prices  before purchasing elsewhere.    , u       ���������  ���������  .* rr*i  TeleDhone OaH'36.  PA HP  A*  Stft-^fcl  /ra  mm  |V^,T^JF1f^  3  'SOLE AGENTS.SMELTER TOWNSITE/ REVELSTOKE.   t  Agents: Phoenix,"Western, and London'& LiverpS8F"  ' &,.Globe Fire Assurance 'Company.     f " '/ ���������  We are now Ihrough slock taking .-ind our Spring  slock is expected daily. -In'order lo make, room for  same wc are offering great baigains       '  For   the  Next   Two   Weeks.  Eo1  SSS" -^ J&������T^EL&JST-.  Kamloop  Next Postofiico  f  Uo������3i  tl   fewa ^~  ��������� dj  )        \i  Bn  3   ESTABLISHED 1862  VICTORIA, B. C.  mr   ^f������T'  ' Our l.-uge new  six-storey hutldinp* is  filled with the newest productions in   .,  Furniture, Carpets, ���������  ^ifc^T Curtains.  Crockory, Glassware,  ,    ,   and GomDlete  .House Fnrnishinars.  ^^'MJ/}cr'sss5r^'���������-^.!r  Write to us for Catalogue, Samples or any information desired.  Remember���������-We are Manufacturers^ Jobbers & Retailers.  r3er%v*v.Tjy sass  Mtenaii, MePeely k Company, Limited,  V  |J 'I A tl  V (f"i! ������ il ������*  ft CM 8  -* 11! 15 ������J)  JS n|i b  Plate   aud Sheet   Glass,  iiiSBBMBiiiiiiiiBta   0    Wood    Mantels,   Grates  and   Tiling.       J>!A,S!^riC   STl-'WL   RANGES   for   Hotel   and   Family   ���������    c  ������������������'* r,7id Mill Supplies.  British Columbia,  \<J'i"rOQT:  '^���������J*.  Vancouver,  n.-.ti.chcs .it iJ.-iw.on Citv, Atlin and Bennett.  Ofnco:   McKcr.zie Avenue,  BOX   137, Kubto������ MohouHHank.  THE B. C. ASSAY AND CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. (LIMITED).  (Lute 3r,-icF.-irlane <fc Co.)  '��������� i.  VANCOUVE R,    B.  C.  We are M-inuf-t I 'v.-evfi and direct Importfi.--. .-ind carry a large-stock of  fJ.iianct'S h'iirn.M-'"'. Kire I'lay goods .Scientific and.Practical Books, Glassware,  Phil inu 111 uoodi-.Aci'l'-.-'0einic.-ih,-md nil o! herAsf-ayer".-, and Miner's requirement--  Soh' Agents lor Moi gun Crucihle Compant, Battersea. Becker Sons' Ba4-  fltice-;, etc.  Catalogue and full particult-i'S sunt on application,


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