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 POR MEN ���������  Fine-it CaslimcreSejks  0 GO  Extra heavy vvool (In '* M  Jle.st qimlilr   ShcU.wil   wool  Underwear, per t,uil���������..��������� 1 25  Finest nut. wool   "   ���������   * "(I  Braces, per pair, 30c. ancl 10c.  :o:-  The English Trading Co.  C. E. SHAW,  i    , Customs Broker,  REVELSTOKE.  VoL 2.���������No. 42.  KEVELSTOKE, WEST KOOTENAY, B.C., FEBRUABY  8, ,1896.  $2.00 a Year.,  + HALYCON SPRINGS,HOTEL  Arrow   Lake. t  ,   T.S now    open    ai   tiiesci  Ceicfcratcd    Hot  1-   Springs for tin; iie-e-oiiniiiMliitidii of fcui'sls^  Rates $1.50 to $2.50 a day. ' Baths 23 cents  ��������� each or five for $1.   Special rates to families  or by the month can bo iiri-aniccd-  Dawson, Craddock & Co.   ,  ���������d.RHULL&OO.  Wholesale    and   Retail  BUTCHERS:  'Purveyors of H igh,-^'l-s-s Meats.  ,     REVELSTOKE, B.C.  All orders in our line will be proniptly  attended to.  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15A.F. &A.M.  The regular incetinf,'  arc hold i" the Mas-  oiiiuTciiiiile.Houriio'--  Hall, on lhc tl"1*'1  Mo ii (lay i" each  inontli sit S )'��������� '"���������  Visitinii brethren  cordially wclcoine-d.  W. 1*. (JItAOK. Hi:cui.tai:v.  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O, F., No. 25.  llcKiilar mi'L'tliiKsai-o held  ll. I.INmi'.WiK. N.G.     K. O. I.KW1.S. Six,  FURNITURE.  9- Dlinds.  AT  Loops,* mm  R. HOWSOK!,  REVELSTOi'vS,  "COFFINS  CAiilliED.,LN   STOCK.  "        ' ACI.NT KOIt MSC.V.K  SEW ISO   MACHINES.  Loyal Orango Lodge Ko. 1653.  I.'e-iailar mi'i'tiiiijs aro held in  the Uilil Follow-.' Hail on lhc  s-emul ami fiiiirtli W'e-iiiie-.il.iy h  oi I'.i-jli 'month at 7::t! ii. in.  Vi-.il lay; brolhron arc . initially  l"! AUAMsTfTlrw^T]��������� <>w>  W.JI.  lti-c. Scey.  A. McNEIL,  BAR3ER SilJI" AND BATH ROOM,  Front tilled, Kevelstokc. ,  Haircut, ,25c;   Bath, 50c; Six Shaving  .Tickets'for $1.00.  '   -  ., ������  GUY' BARBER,  ' WATCHMAKER AND JEWELL .'OH.  Repairing Neatly Si Promptly Executed.  REVELSTOKE.' B. C. ,-  W. A. JO^VtiTT,    .  MINING AND REAL '33TAT2 BSOItST.  * NELSON, 3. C. , ���������,     '  THE  REVELSTOKE'  PHARMACY.  Lardeau & Slocan Prospects Wanted.  ASSAYS and'  MUL* TESTS  ...'-.Sample.'; ' tasted . ��������� pom   .-. 1 lb. to I ion in weight   W., PELMW.H/LHVSYf.'P.'C.S..  ���������  -  .. Vancouver, B.C.   .   -  All   .Assays    nvirk*  Ci'i-tilicvti*.-;  forwarded  ni  l,v  Duplicate,  return.  CTGr-AdEtB  m  fi  <l  H  o  THE INFANT"  ,'" ' 4  8 for 25c.  T & -B Etc. .  Q  H  a  w  'THE COLUMBIA RIVER  Above Revelstoke -An Interesting Report thereon' by Engineer Gamble.,  "We publish in the Mail to-day   tlie  repot t of Dominion Engineer   Oaiiil>!������'  of liis -uu-voy in April last (if   the Col-r  umbia   river from   Golden   to   Revelstoke.    TiiiS exploration was  made in  n-.s-Hm.--e to tlie, petition of   the   pcopie  of lievelstoke airl the Provincial Government, praying  tlie' government,   to'  improve the navigation of  the Columbia    river   bet vvecii    lievelstoke   and  Downie creek and   Canoe   river.     W e  ure glad, to be able to'give this  report  ti> the readers of the .Mail in advance  of its   publication   iii   the" blue   book.  Aside fi-oin its   particular  importance  to the miners, lumbermen and farmers  between li.-.ulstuke aud   Canoe ��������� liver,  it, is ;l   very   graphic   and    interesting  description of a district  thafhas ,nol  been heretofore/described by   any   one,  as" competent to perforin it as Engineer  Gamble.  Jlis conclusion that he'vyould  recommend ilie preliminary expenditure  of $2000 on condition that, a   steamer  of suilieient power   to   cope   with   the  current is put, on, gives hope- that  an  appropriation . will    be   made   at   the  present -session    of . Parliament,   and  that our ni"iii'-."r, Mr. Mara, will have  tho amount pi tee,I in tliesupplementary  estimates, for it is of course known   to  him that,the Str. Lytton will be fitted  for the   up-river'   trade   tis   soon   as   ii  steamer is re,|..ired  for   that   purpose.  It vvoulil.be a'mVstake to put a steamer  fn readiness for this route for the ship-,  nient of material, machinery "and   ore,  which is n iv. quite   urgent,   and   then  have t" w.iil. a year   for ' an'   appropri  ation to improve the river   aiid   make  navigation safe.  Miv Gamble's report, which is ad-  diessed't.) the' Chief Engineer of the  public works department at/Ottawa, is  as fo'l iws : '���������   ;  Su*,-���������Adverting to your letters iv-  latiiig'to the Columbia' river at and  above Revelstoke, viz., (1) No. ~)A) I-  date'd.yth March enclosing file 118,863  i       it* i  ��������� /I        OIG-A-EJ  KEVELSTOKE   PHABKSACY.  necessary articles which had   been   inadvertently overlooked.  This delayed us until 1 p.m., but  'nevertheless; and notwithstanding head  'wind, Bush river, 2-1 miles by the river  below Beaver, was reached in time the  same evening to pitch camp before  dark. I may here observe that '.the  distances mentioiiel herein will, not  agree with those taken by scale , from  ihe plan between the points alluded to,  for the reason - that the genen.il  direction is only .given thereon, it  being impossible to show the actual  winding of the river ��������� on   so   small   a  scale. __s  ' Thus f-ir "the river presented no  obstacles to safe navigation by the  ordinary stern wheel river .steamboat.  The. timber, consisting" of fir, cedar and  spruce, is not l.n ge, but i.s said to be,  plentiful in the vicinity of Rush river.  If the demand becomes great enough  the,,timber, either in the rough or  manufactured, can be transpo.ited by  ihe river to Heaver without tlie' expenditure of a dollar in .improving the  river!     ' r'  i Tlie width of the river varies,  ci riling, to the conformation of  -bore, from 250 Io GOO feet. -It wns  observed that the snow still lay very  deep in the woods,and along the bants  of the river. ' "*  The weather was fine, with bright,  vviirm days and frosty  nighis.  At'6 a.m.,'Sunday, the 22url, .tlie  camp was struck' and in 30 niinutes  after starting we approached Surprise  liapids. This proved to be a greater  obstacle to rapid pi-ogress than we  expected, being nothing but a series  <*of rifllles, rapids, and cataracts or  cascades, more or less dangerous to  run, for a distance of 2i' miles.  However .aFt.er ��������� ten hours steady  work "alternately porta-ing, lining  lown, and-running the. least, dangerous  :ic-  the  * Not Much.of a Revenue Producer.  At the last session of the legislature  an amendment to the Mineral Act wasv  passed which permits a claim owner  to hold his claim hy paving $100-to the  provineial tieaMiry in lieu of perforin-,  ing the annual amount of assessment  work reiitiired liy the Mineral Act. At  the time the government was casting  .shout for mcaiistoincrea-e its revenue,  and it was expected Unit this amendment would 'add a cotisiderahle stun  .annually to its cotters. Those opposed  to'the alteration expressed the fear  'that it would tetitrd development and  deprive tlie pro-peel or of his principal  means of' revenue hy .eiiahling the  claim owner���������ill many cases' a nonresident���������lo pay'the amount of'$100  into'tln; provincial treasury instead of,_  expending it in act ual - work on. the  claim. ^ The actual results for last y'ar  show that neither these hopes or fears  have heeri realized to any ex Lent. Only  live, claim owneis have so far availed  tlieniselves of the privilege attorded  hy the iiir.e'nclm'lit and but $5'J0 has  ..been added to' the. provincial revenue  'from this source. Oi',rhis total West  Ivootenay contributed $300. ���������       n  COMING TO THE FRONT.  being a report of the  tecutive Couu  cii of British Columbia requesting   (a)  TROUT 'LAKE   NOTES.  The Silver Otip rawhide trail is ii'-ar  completion and horses for bringing  down the ore have gone forwaul with  .���������ill the necessary equipment f������r commencing woi k.'   ,  .The Great No-thei-ii is holding its  own,,in fact improving tis the work  advances,' with lots,of ore stacked,'  which is to the point and will talk.  Win. lloiii- has arrived with a party  of men enroute for the Abl-ott   group  oT mines. ������������������        ,    "        '      ,  Messrs. McGihivray and T. Downs  were in town last wee'-'and dispensed  The Big Bend is - Attracting the Attention of Investors.  The Big Bend, as a field for investment, pi omises to attract confciderable ',  interest amongst mining men this  year, and much good to the district  and Province genet ally is sure to accrue  lrom an investigation of its merits in  this particular by those having capital  to invest in mining eiittfrpriges.  Ves Howe, one of the best known  mining men in the Northwest, returned from Seattle this week where he  has Iieen for some time on business  matters, "in discussing mining pros-  pects Mr. Howe said that there was-  every indication of a revival of interest  in the BigBend. The district was  wry much talked of anionKst mining  men in the Sound cities, ami he looked  for a large influx, from those, ceil Ires,  into north ICootenay this 'simimei.  Ma'nv' who had intended to go to ,  Alaska have altered their,plans and  will put their time and money into the  'Big Bend instead.  ���������Mr. Howe is   interested  in the Gold',  Yam, a'  gold   proposition, on   Games1  'Creek, and will,'demonstrate his' faith  .in  its possibilities  by putting,a large ,'  force of men * at work there as soon as  possible.     His concern  will  probably  build a steamboat, to do their freight- '  ing, as  the cost of  packing over the  trail, is too  great,  to  permit of operations on a large scale.  Before..interesting himself in the Big  Bend   Mr.   "Howe   visited   all the nig  ca nips in B. G. aiid neighboring states,  but none of the distrietsvisited seemed   .  to otter ns good a Held for investment.  WHOLESALE DEALER IN  WINES,' LIQUORS . AND CIGARS.  that obstructions be removed from the  Columbia river between Can je river  and R"ve..sli>ke. -in 1 (b) that the bank  of the river at f e latter phi >. be pr -  tec-ted'" iron i * fu rther injury; (2) No.  GOO, dated 9th March, coin eying the.  Minister's consent, at the demand of  Mr. Mara, M. L\, to the examination  of the river above Revelstoke : and (3)  No. 821 enclosing file 149,563, being a  petition from the inhabitants of Revelstoke aiid district 'praving for tl.e re  moval of rocks and obstructions in th  Columbia   river   from    Revelstoke  (P.MI  II,    ituu   'luiiiiin^    w"v"v������  ���������' q���������     I     ������������  *      ���������i  -*  '"    " m  places, we camped at thc lower end   at   the needful paper which talks in limit  6 p.m.*       '        ,, d'  ' .Make.   The/,  brought some   very  rich  ' 1 should sav that the total fill was j on., from l he Silver Cup as n specimen,  not less than'l JO 'fee������t. in*'24- mile"..; The Folks, four-miles from' here,'  The next dav, Monday th . '23td, we ;| will, in the spring, bloom out as a  'ran out, of the,, Canyon into11 coinpar-*! catering point for ., prospectors 'and  iitively smooth though strong vv, t -r, i visitors. "Messrs. Ferguson. Walker  any obstruction' to na\i- ; ;l1,d, Vickers aie putting up ,n .reallj  Kimb isko't lake at ] fh^t-lclnss place there, which will prove  a great boon for prospectors.  , Thc weather is spring like and w-artn.  . V  ,  r, *        y '   Tuo ut Lake.  Trout Lake City, Feb. 8V  free from  gat ion, and reauhe'  11 ii.ui.     Tt   vv.is.  found'   to    be   sril  closed .vvith ice.    .Upon   close,   ex am in  ation tlie. ice appeared toJ'e.roUeii ��������� in !  pi ices, and   it   was   determined, after j  wait ing' 21 hours in tlie hope'that   the  warm sun and   perhaps , a   snow   slide  would help to   clear    the ��������� lake. , some-  what, to break through it as far iis , Pmf. Fostet say.s the third  possible, landing at the most con-j ance of February wiU reach  veiiient place. We ente;e*l the ice. at- ��������� t.iK,.- coast about Feb. 11, cross the west  1 p.m. on the 2 Ith, and -.ft >r const mt; ���������f Rockies country by clo.-e of Feb. 12,  e i and severe   woik   in maged    t >    make '_ great cential valleys Feb. 13 to 15, and  Storms-to Come.  disturb-  the  Pa-  ' Beginning to.Ship Ore.  Word was received from Trout.Lake  to-day'that the. ore movement from the  Silver Cup has "begun. They have  eight horses at work packing oveithe  rawhide tiail and over 100 tons "of ore.',  on the dump. Seventeen men are at  work tliere. '.' ,,  THE  B:C  HOTEL  ABRAUAJISON  BROS., rnoi>KiKTOHs.  First-class Table'  Telephone  V   Good Beds   '+��������� Fire-proof Safe  ���������   'Bus Meets all Trains.  EEYBLSTOK^KC.  o" HOTEL  .    f " AB11A1IA.MS0N   BitOS., Ti-oi'mrrmts.  Everything new and First-class in all Respects.  The House is staskeil with tiio Finest Wines and Cigars in the Market  Stockholm House,  "ioUN" STONK, I'hoi'imktoii.  ThB Dining Room is famished with tho best the  Market affords.  Downie- creek. I beg to say that in  compliance with your instructii ns 1  have made, the ' preliminary examination at the lowest stage of water possible, and transmit herewith, accompanied by ii tiaeing -of the general  plan of the portion of the, Columbia  river under reference, and also one of  reconnaissance survey of Deatii Rapids,  the greatest obstables.to navigation  siutli of Canoe river, a report thereof:  Tl is p ii-tion of the river lies north  of the line, of the C.P.R. between Revelstoke on tlie south and what is called  the l'oat Encimpineiit situated at the  mouth of the Canoe river, winch, flowing from tlie north joins the Columbia  at" hs apex of* tlie Bi'g'Bend. The  latter' liver here- doubles round the  northern 1 mit of the Selkirk Range  and fo ������.-. tow.u-d the international  boundary in a ditection almost true  south, i *. p cvious course from its  source in the-lakes, lying 1 -*0 miles  south of the i ail way, having been  north-west.   * '*'.'.  Imoih past experience of this and  other rivers of like physical .characteristics confirmed by general information  gathered from those who claimed to  luive' .a, pi'isonal knowledge of the  portion of the river under lefcroiiee,  I' decided, us th ��������� most, expeditious and  least expensi.e   way-of   making   the  *������   about two miles by   G, p.m.," we   then  t-nstern btates Feb. 1(5. The warm wave  Campari. On th?" following morning, ' will crosh the west of Rockies country  the 25th, aiVeai-ly start,was   marie   at   ;liiout   Feb.  11,  great central  valleys  examination     to    start  THB BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  P  rintiiig  _A_   SPECIALTT.  i?66tC|t^,flDaii,  IReveistoIie,  ���������*'.*,.��������������� <j������*������  from Heaver  .Mouth, it station on the C.P.R. situated on the east side of the Selkirk's  at the junction of Rcawr creek with  the Columbia, and run down by boat  to Kovelstnkc in preference to attempting tn ascend tlie river from the  latter place to Canoe river, a journey  that would be long and tedious, by  reason of the strong current anil many  rapids thatexi.-t, the majority of which  could only b* overcome, going up  stream, by tracking poling or portaging.  Tn conform ty with this decision f  went to Gulden and there eug.-"_'f'd ������  boat crew of three experienced men  iind a cook, with Captain A ini **""-  in charge, and purch.������������ed the re n't-aty  outfit coiiiju-i.sing .e suitable boat, oOfl.  long I iv o ft. beam, .m<l provisions.  On the evening of the 1 Uth of Apiil  the men were sent forvvaid from  troiden to tiike the boat down by river  to lieaver, whither I pioceedcd next  morning, the I'Oih, by tiain. taking  the grciiter p irt of the mil lit with niu.  At four p.m. on the s.,me day we leit  Heaver.'and rani miles down .stream,'  camping atdy.'M) p.m. V The next morning, tlie 21st, ���������three.Siii.'.'n with the boat  .were sent  back   to   Reaver   for  some  5 a.m., to take advantage of the crust  on the snow, as 'the ice had become, as  ���������we advanced down the lake, too solid  and thick to forei a passage through  it. The,boat was hauled out of the.  ice and taken across the lake, empty,  to the lower end, -li miles, where open  water was observed. This was accomplished without any accident, although' the men frequently dropped  through the ice up to tlie'midrile.  In the, meantime provisions were  packed along the shore about a mile  and by'the time the men had returned  from- tlie lower end of the* lake,  luncheon vvas ready. The rest of thc  dunnage vvas then packed up to this  point and camp made about 2 p.m., it  being found impossible to proceed  further owing to the rioop.anrl soft  snow.      ,'' .'     ' '    ���������  The necessities of the situation  compelled us lo camp close to the. edge,  of the Ial*. ...ir a large snow-slide,  and it was with no little anxiety that  about. 1- p.m. a snow slide 'was observed coining down (he''mountain  side directly above lis, but it was turned aside by an intervening ravine, unobserved at the time, and entered the  lake half way between' us and our  camp of the previous night.  Tiie lirst rush of snow stopped at  the waters edge but, that' coining behind, from a greater height with an i  ever increasing velocity, cut, a channel  through il. leaving the sides hard and  polished, and passed out into the lake  some 1400 feet., spreading out like a  fan as it went ami resting on the  bottom.  As tlie lake is   very    deep   at    this  point, probably not less tli.in  100 feet,  this will give some idea of the (piantity  of    snow    that      ri'sbed     down      the  mountain.     i.������u.ring the afternoon   the  roaring of other slides could be   heard  iind in  as tin;  ��������� in ! se  tiiii'ici  Feb. 13, 'eastern states Feb. 15. The  cool wave will cronsthe west of Rockies  country about Feb. 1-1, great central  valleys." Feb. 10, eastern states Feb. 18.  Extensive oiiows will fall in northern  portions of the United Slates. The  storms or the middle part of February  will all be unusually severe and cause  very unpleasant weather,'especially in  the northern states.* .    ���������'  Big Bend Items." ' ���������    . -  Geo. taforine left Monday with over  lOO-pounds of mail matter for tlie various camps in Big B"iid. -   - -  Gus Lund came down Tuesday from  Carnes Greek and returned Thursday,  accompanied' by Ves Howe, J. B. Mason and L. G. AUis, of Seattle. Mason  goes up with a view of buying into the  Gold Yam.  A Dividend on Common Stock.  A New York despatch of the5th inst.  says: It is learned on the best of  authority that the C.P.R. company  has decided on the resumption of dividends on the common*-stoci. and will,  on April 1st,'pay a' semi-annual dividend of H.per cent. The action ofthe  di rent tii-s is based upon the largely increased earnings and the prospects of  their   continuance Jot   some   time to  ���������Vome.      ��������� ���������  Fire in a Tunnel on the N.P. Railway.  One of lhe most remarkable fires  ever known has been burning from  one side of a mountain to the Oilier^ a  di.tii'ico of a mile, in Montana for  four months. The Arc is, or originally  was  in   the   IW.eman   tunnel   on   the  The  sup  It is a Matter of Arrangement.  Editor Kootenay mail,���������Can you,  Mr. Editor, or any  of your numerous  readers, inform  me  how  the' Mineral  Act '���������elatingto assessment work should  be read.   It is plain as far as the owner  of ii claim is concerned, as it emphatic-1  ally state? $100 shall  be spent on  the'  claim.     If   a   party   contracts   to   do  assessment work for a claim owner and  he has to pack his grub and get, it. on  the claim which  takes him,  say,  two  days and ii also  takes  hiiri  two dayn  to return  after completing   contract.  Now, who pays for the four days taken   ,  in  goiim  to and  retuining from  the  claim ?   If $100 has to h^ spent oil   the.  claim and'the contractor only gets the.  said $100 for the work, who is going to  pay him is the question   asked   me  by ,  several here, ���������'      Tkout L.vkk,  Northern      Pacilic      Railroad,  tunnel was heavily  timbered   Un  iii.ini.-.   ������...-> .....i..,,   ... - '..roMoie   tne   co  p,rt,     On Sept.    Sti, last lire   started   R1|(l   f()1.   lltluM.  at about the    miriri e   oi    the.    tunne .   '.-.,,���������  Miuic eases they could be seen,  mount,tins, which are scarred  ,ni"d into lanes cut through the  by forninr .slides, rUo deeply  fi. in the lake shore.  The next morning, 2Gt'i, agiin an  early stall was made and by 10 a.m.,  ilist"as the crust on the snow refused  " ' the!  to bear, thc packers any long"!*,  whole of the dunnage was loaded m  the boat, laying in tlie, open water at  the lower end of the lake. The length  of the hike 1 should say was not less  than Ci miles in a. straight, line from  end to (iiid byVabotit 2������ to 'J miles wide.  The . great   (piantity     of     woodwork  furni'ihed abundant,   material   for   the  flames to feed on, and every    effort  to  <|uciich or cheek the lire   was   unavailing.     In   a   few    days   smoke    began  pouring in great volume from each cud  of the tunnel,     lu a week -the   tunnel  was a furnace from end   to   end.     Immense quantities of water   were   poured into the tunnel, but to no    purpose.  ' ! Then the ends of the tunnel weie sealed up and kept so. for  several    weeks*.  VVuen .tinselled the lire was as hot ' as  j ever.     Tlie   whole    mountain   scenic I  I iiii re internally.     .Meantime   the    rail-  j ro id   pcip'c   had   built   a   switchback  I track over the mountain to    accommo-  I date the tral'.ic.     A week  or  two   ago  the en 1( of lho tunnel were, sealed   up  iigiin. and lhey will lie kept so for   an  inricfin'lc p.'rio 1.  A Silver Victory.-'  The long struggle in the U.S. .Senate  over the question of the free coinage  of silver terminated last Saturday in a  victory for the friends of silver. The  great light was over the Finance  CoinuiitteeV substitute , to the House  Bond Bill. When the concluding  votes were taken the free -ilver ,  substitute was adopted by a vote of 13  to.'J I, and the hill, thus amended, pass-  ed by a vote of 12 to :������. Its title was  changed so as to make it read. "To  rcMoie the coinage of silver dollai'n  purposes." All tin'  sections of the House bill are struck  out, and, instead of them, the hill  provides that Ihe mints shall be open  to the coinage of silver, and that  dollars of 112} grains troy of standard  silver shall be coined upf.n the same  terms and subject to the same limitations as regulate the coinage and legal  tendei quality of gold. It nlsn directs  the coinage of that pot I ion of the  silver bullion in the Treasury that  rep es.'iits fie s*Mgiiio:ug.'. s.ich silver  dollars to be used in the payment of  the current, expenses or''the Government. It forbid* the issue of national  bank notes of deni.iiiiniitions less Mian  $10, and it directs the' redemption of  greenbacks and <>r thc Treasury notes  issued undei- lhe act fof July It. l*K). in  .standard silver dollars, or iu gold coin,  iit the option <>r the Treasury Depart-  d tlieir ie-i*������u''  a*  under  the  ment, and tlieir ic-ii<ue  if  .,���������!���������, ll.ivi- Hammond, the A.nercian ' exiting law.   The WJ1 now goes to the  mining   engineer,    e^-ged   with   the    House f,��������� concurrence ,n thes.ibstituU'.  leadership   (,r   the.  late   -tipri^ii.g   5,.    and the   next 'move   *fter M.e   Ho..^  John i-icsbm-tf  has' Wi   liUe.ral.eri  on !.r,'fuses to concur, vv.JJ 1* the appoint.,  ' . .,     '   ' A ( ,jj(int of a conference committee. , ....-���������' VAC- K *>  J.   X\\ /i tJ    ....  TIIE KOOTENAY .MAIL  THE    LUMBER   COMBINE.  A Gigantic Trust Representing Millions  .   ' r of Capital.  Tiio bigiri/st trust ever formed on the  I'.icHir c '.-i-t .onl represent iiii,'a i apit.il  , of ovei- OT'J.OO'J.OOO went into elVect last  Saturday. It is the Central Lumber  Company nf Csliforiiin. Its membership hic'uii'-s i'Vi'i-v mill, all ship  owner*, wholesale and relail de.-ileis of  the ivciterii eo'i-1 ..f l he IJuiled Slates  and Hril isb f'olnnibia.  All e'l.-u t'-rs   nf  vessels   anil   sal,-.-,  of  , lumber must. !.e elVecle.i through the  ('.'llli-.il lai'ii'-or Co.. \v iii.-h regulates  freiw'ii : an-! puis lb" huyii,;.. and ���������������-17 ���������  ing price on bi'oli.-i. I e^iilal ini* iil-o 1 iii-  producl' o'' imi-Ii mill iind I he pi opor-  /iouiite ,-innunit of lumber each vessel  shall rai-'-v.    ���������  Not o'dy are the markets'* of'lhe  Pacific i'on-t, tints cont lolled, bid lim:,;  bei shipments to foioign countri".s are  plm-oil under lbe s.iuu- resi i-icl ions.  Ivvery mill on the coast, has its piodin-t  regulated. The iir.sl. order issued by  t.iie company was ;in advance iu the  price of lumber of $2 a lhoii~.-ind. La-t  year the cstiinali'd product of the coa.st  - wits (5O0,0i)O,(K)O reel, and this advance  will eiihiince the profits of mill owners  the coming year over $1,001,000. Aboul  one-half of this sum comes from foreign  , lumber dealers and ( he i emaindOr from  the consumers along the coast. Nol a  single stick,of lumber for water'.shipment'can he purchased on the coast  except through,.the Central Lumber  Co. More than l.">0 ocean - sailing  vessels come under its control.  IN   ITS    INFANCY-  'till .ed  dr.. "i  An   Iilon. Tliat IV ill   Develop   a������ tlie Vei������r������  Ji>iZ   A1<>11|������. '  The ='-merJo'. ity of refri'-ev-tbri obtained i,.\ .. .-. ti inical proccb -.--. .. ��������� i "'a-  pai e i_.'.vjL'i__Uij!L obtaine 1 bv ��������� e Mug  ice. .-.po,.. .��������� in I lie facts that "���������>������- ".- ..lore  ii.ie.. .; ,..���������!, tuny be secutei. t!i i my,  de-iu'.i <i ."eo of cold may be '.'in-'  i terfect unifo.-ini! v. ;'..it a  -.nspnero ia, becu.e.l i i lhe  refii .' rati i:; hex or room, '. > ! !'"���������' i.i  coiivi-i'i-iii' of frequently r.-p.oni hing  ice bn.i'i.'- rs and the slop a., otrr at-  ten,I.mt upon this work are avoided,  th'.: the 'annoying uncertainty of ice  Biipj'ly .en! variability i.i iism: ic,' are  avu.,li-ii. that .space in tiio i-.ai.iia or  boxes !o be cooled id econoMi::. d ,iy  sr.b-ii'ur'oii of a et.il.of,pipe on vv ill.- or  c.'ib-ii; ii..- iiii- buT-cy'ice lueiker an I  t.i.n tin- i 'iigi'iii.'ou ,can t'.'i-.iiln i 1  io: i.i.-u.v (H.t) o.si-s and plat i - \.: er.- '.ci  c.llJ'iol'be l.:-e,l i.t ill1 Added In illl li.i,  is tne 1'iuT. >,f paramount imp >. laiice,  that where much refiigoraiio:i ia, ry  ipiireil the eotd of a iiiticliuie and. ils  operation is far Wf������ than the cosi of ice  ntiliicicni lo do an equal amount of  wuik. , ,  WONDEliSOrrHE'HAND.  ONE OF THE MOST .PERFECT PIECES  OF MECHANISM.  Kellie's Wages Bill.  The   following . is   the text   of " An  . > Act Respecting Wages" which J. i\i.  Kellie,'M.P.P., ha������  introduced .at the  ' present session of the Legislature :  I.  Whenever an assignment is made  of any' real   or  personal   pioperty   for  the   general   benefit,  of  creditors,   the  assignee shnll   pay   in   priority   to   the  claiins     of   the   ordinary   or   genera!  creditors  of. the   person   making   the  same, the wages or salary of all persons  in the employment of, such   person' at,  the time  of  making   of.'.such   assignment,  or  within   one   month   of   the  making thereof,   not  exceeding   tlnee  months'   wages   or   'salaiy,   and   such  persons shall  be, entitled   to   rank   as  ordinary or general  creditors   for   the  ' residue, if any, of theii-'cliiims'.  2. In distributing the. assets iif-a coin-  , puny under the provisions of the  "Companies'Act," the liquidator shall  pay in priority to the ' claims of the  ordinary or general creditors of the  i-niiiiiiiiiv n't, the time'of the making of  the winding-up order, or within one  month befoie the making thereof, not  exceeding three months' wages* ' ov  salary, and such persons -shall be  entitled (o rank as ordinal y or gcnoial  cii'ditors of th" company for' the  ^residue, if any, of their cliiiins. .  "1. All persons in the employment of  the execution debtor at, the time of tbe  seizure bv   tbe  Sheriff  or  within   one i  il nil-aim ,i li.in.l.    Kich   hand   i������  >-m.-iji-  Those   advantages   have    proved   so | jnn-'zi-'.l as ii  is n. <-ded;   when   nm umli-il  great in   practice    that  every Inuvvvry. 1 h U not.    I'.ws n little  higher up tho be.ilo  packing house, cold  storage   wiirehonse    iimi  i/iimm-vo tne   si'ii-imoiiioiie. , Tin-h md'  ,i ,  or oilier i^::i!i!islniu'iit m-mriug ���������'( ian;u ��������� it. nil lunger extemporized   as   ori-.imi>.t le-  iniioiint   of .refrigeration   co:i!.,i i.,   5 s    quires,    hut   i.-n.'ii.i'iiu.l  portions   ���������>'   iho  individual refiigcraiing   pl.-l:.r.     Wheio    biidymi-Mi ;iji.nt   and  kept permanently  co!i.su:ii]i*.iiin   amounts"  to leu   tons   or i in diiino fur the  piuposn  of   m-i/.ing food.  more of ice daily, tho ipies:ion  of  ccon-I      Watch,      in     the    next     pl.ic..,'     the  oinv vvill be   almost   invaiiai lv uei idi-sl J limn!   nf   in    Aiiic.-ui  inonki'v.    Note the  'in favor of the machine; if lc������������ ll'.an leu [ gieat inci-eiine-i . iisi-fulness due to the inua-  tons ho rei'tdrert. the  cost-of a macliiuo i ciilar'urm n, nn wha-ii tiirf Imnd is now .-x  and its op.;i-alioii   may   exceed tiie cost  of ice sufficient to do a  similar amount  'of   work.     'In  such  'tho  ti-iitit'il. iimi th.- fxti-iuiiiliiini-v- eapnoiiy for  viui. it nun mi iirTniilfd hy tho liir.-ofold  sy^ifin of j.iiiniii^ iitishoiilili'r.   clliiiiv, mid  y ipe'rmr   quality   of   the   refriiri'iatiou ;  wr.nt.    Tin- hand iisi-lf 'n nhuoai the   hu-  obtaiiicd, its cleanliness,  reliability and I  man h.-uiu ; tie r.-iu-.- piihn nnd nail niKl'iir-  couvcuit'iicc. or the requirement of more ; tii'iilntcd finu<-iK.     "  "    ' '    '   "-  intense cold than   ico  will  produce, so-  cures   tlie   adoption   of' the   inachino.  Therefore,     small   liiachine.s   arJ,   fro-'  (piently found on   shipboard,  in  hotels  and   ap.'U'tuit'iii,   houses   and   in    many  manufactories.    But   most  of   the 'ice  gathered from rivers and lakes.'or made  in factoiii-s. is mt consumed by the few  who   require' huge   quantities,   but   by  th*' many   who.   severally,   require le^a  than te.i lulls a dav'.'  The effort to brinf������ this superior ro-  fiiicrr.iliou within the reach "of si.iall  con .niie rs ha; taken two direciion-s ���������  the juo Inctioti of small and iiit'.xpen.sive  automatic iiiac'iinen, und a Mt-tein of  biippiy of   the  relrijjeratit   lio--i c.-iili-.d i  (>iu!ou-m 1'he 1  st,.lio.i.s.    Tiie lirst has  fai! 'i   hith.-no,  hcciiiise th..' blil.mce of cousrautly vlry  iiar pr.-s..-.i;ei-. toiiiperatiircs. .sw.-,.i,-.ii of  solution, etc.. ds  too  compl.-x a matter  for purely automatic regulation.   Wi thou" constant  bkiiled   altentuui the n-u  ' ciu ies woi I:   imsiitisfactoi iiy   v.-iii.o ili.������  roliilively  hi^'h  cost   of plain  'fu, 1 and  coolinc: water, in  operarinjf  on  ii siii-.iU i  Fcal -. duie.ils econo.uy.���������Cas&iur's M.'iga  sine.  ll.-ll..lll.-ll   l'..-foi<- !   1. 111.  D"*-i:iir lhe 'Middlo 'Aj;r.s it   was ctis- ;  tonia.-y for lirinccs and nrincesbco to be- j  coiiie lieirothovl and   mnrric 1   in child- ���������  lion 1   to  insure succession   or political  ml vantages.     But it   was only i.i e.\i-ep. ���������  tii'iiiil.c.isi'��������� tliiit-unborn   c'niliireii  were ;  dispos.-d ot' i'i, the   same   w..y.    Such a '  c.it-e. iiovvi'ver,   ia on  record. ' It occur- i  re>*i in l^'i.s, wlien Prince  fcii.miii:id. sou '  of tiie \i aperor Charles   IV.   w;i.s born.  Wild '  ai;;-;'.' i tli.it a daughter of L'iiar.ijs- IV..  with v iiii i iio exp.-cted to I.e hl'ye.l  wiiiiiti ii*.*.- years should be married to a  son o. Count Frederick, uf wnom it w.i.s  al>o il'ii.'1 thai he should mi bo provided. This i.s the youngest biid.-il ioi!>.d  on reeor 1. Tlie iioped. i-u- .iuo-.'-ter  cam''" in I-173. ;h>- i ist\v.tr ni :"ne .-dK.;r.-1  pcrio I, mid siio-in tune i.t-c'i.....* L'iio w;ie  of Job i:i:i II r.. *.h' son o tiie C'.'-.ii*,  who also jiiatiaea tho expc<-t..t;oiu vit ...a  pare li tf.  On hi-'b.i-iismal day he w.-.s betrol.ied  month prior thereto, shall be entitled j to K.tth.-i. ie. daiit-liter of the l,.'i,u] tot*  to share in ,the distribution   of  money j   Nurcinti'-. ir     On   that   occasion  levied out, of the properly of a   debtor .  .within the meaning of the " Execution i  Act," shall be entitled to be paid out. of |  such money the Wages or salary.due to ;  them   by   the   execution   debtor,   not ,  exceedin.tr   three   months'   .wages    or,  salary, in priority to the clain.^ of   the '  other creditors, of the execution debtor.  and be entitled'to share pro rata   with  such other creditors as lo   the   residue,  jf any. of their claims,  si. This Act shall apply   io  w.ig^s  ur":  Milan*    whether 'tlie   employment   im  ,respect, of which the same shall bepay-  , able  by  the   day,    by   the  week,   by '  the job or piece,  or otherwise.  5. All pei'soii.s.in   the   employ   of  an  absconding debtor at,   the   lini"   of   n  -ieizun* by the Sheriff under  the   " Absconding Debtors. Act"   or   within   one  1 moiil Ii prior thereto, sba'l   be   enlitb-d  io be paid nut, of ,i|i v   moin'v s   re.ili/.ed  nllt of the pi opei'tv of  siirb   d-ibtor   by'  i-ui-h Sheril!". the wages   m-  salary   due  lo tin-in by I he a bsi'undlll'i delitol.   I!" I  e\i ding    t ll I-t liiulh-'     vv.l.'.'s      ni  s.ilai-y, iii priority In I he i laiui- of   ib"  ol her creditors uf I he .ibseoii I. 'ig i.'i-'.t-  T!ie  love t-  nor on  for  Wi)I!!'"l '  u- to1.' ���������  thin.' oi-  to n or t :  one ::i i'  i.i.%i r-   ���������  l.-.c.   "'���������'.  .Ill' to  11  ini^iit i i  h ..,r.'..il  br.-i.-r  1:.    .;������..  v-   .1  .4ii  (Mil ( iMi.tm.  ���������T*;."!*, i-itigii-a custi-'n of t;i*.  ,��������� is on th"-.ilt.h uf  A-ii-i*-: .  -   c*  :i|  ���������md shall   In-  .'in iih-d >tn   s!,,n ,.   pro  I'.i la  "V it ll stieii ul ilel- ei i-doloi < ,is to I !e-  l-esiiliie, if any, of I heir i-laim'-.  611.  h.-fe'.!...'!  1 i- f .!' ..-  VO,",l'>   l'l  Ih'-y wi r.  Thi's. of ������������������  y y.-irs  r.'.'o  i.i't.ouri'd   in.iyti.-s   a  *ln give to tii-'ir fa , ���������  s ur   iov",   hi tie   1, .'  i nv inches aipinr . "  ���������el at each eorne,- ,:  ������������������e.-itie     The   Ji   '  .'   1'ilL'i'd   witli   ;i  t, an I 1 li-n. in-.',  :, s-i   t.il...-   mi   tori  - ��������� 'i   tii.--. ��������� a ' r-.'   \f  ; ,, in Oi--ir   ii i  li, -- i.iV'.i ; ivi'r" ^'  ,. ���������,; :,,.���������  f,i.,-''   ii  i  ���������'i ���������    iiVl ''.     to    Vii!  I.     . ���������      sue e.iu',.J !  ,  I ,-  ,1  'tig  ,i-ii  , it  I..1  I'.-.it observti luivv one  ciiuiiiiist.-iiii-i- liiiiilniB, tliu posbt'asor from  tide ng fail nhii-.l.-ini" of these Krei������' bli-  pruv'.ii;i-ii,h���������ilus iian.l hilH no tlnililb, or,  if it 'ins, 11.imj Imi n nidinionf.' To o-tim-  nte the i uii". t i ei. ot" thin npp ui'-.itly in-  Bi^iiilii'init ni-^-.i , iry for n inuiiiciit vvuli-  oni u*itig tie i Ii ti in L������ to hold n l.onk or  wr I.-a it-i ii-r. hi do any sb jtle pit-ccof  iiiiiiiii.d vvorK. A liiiunb is nut imTely ������u  a iili'iiinal : ngi-r, 1,11: a lin^i-r nu iii-i-uiged  as lo be . !'!'<b .b.e to the other tinkers, mul  tini' l-oss..������.-"������ a ]ir.,i-iieul , i-flieuey greater  iii.in nil i In- li'ijjtrs'unt togethfi-. It id thin  wlueh _i' es i'i.' oi-'.-ati of po'vver to h, ize.'to  hold, to iii.-iiiipii nte, to do 'higher work';  tln^ ������inip!ti nn eliiisii -.-.1 dev.u-, in nhort,  d of iiiicllignnce wi h nil ita  ojqin' ;y ,vini si.ill.     No.v thertni'-e iiaiinuld,  bk.< lh.- eolohi,  wlneli  have   no   thumb  at  , i  all; theie i.ri' olher-., like the linnni.'si't,  wh'eii ponsMs ih--itluiuih, but in widen i������  is ii"t <'i>p sjihie; 'ind tliere ��������� r i .odiers, the  cliiiri!i...iz. , for iibtii- ce, in vvi.mh tho  htiiiii is in nil (-tw-i'iitiidi Id. nil. id with  iiiiin's. In iii������ hii'ii-in tuna t e thumb is  iv 1'nili- 1 n���������'.-r. a ul ta.-vYho'e'iii-inlii-r inoro  ilthi'iitu .-nni stuip ly, Inn even .or thu . u o  of lie.- I'igi'i'i- p: o im-;. Nivtnre ii.'S not l>6<-n  alili- -ii in-.':- -.ii.v iVii,' much m ae perfect  limn illi- !..i:i,! nf lliis a .tlimxionl'iiu)'.  Is ihe'loiiid'th. n ti .ihheil? Ciin Nature  take out i.'u n.-w pnt.-nl in this ilir.etiont  In the fact thai no liov-idty i������ intioiiueed in  the ('.is..- of ni.-in a proof tlint the iillimiito  hand hiis appi'iired? Uy n������ liii'iui-1. And  y.-t it is i.ioii.ihio for 'other reiiH-^ns that  the iiliiiiiute Imnd has iijip'ii!r-ii; tinit t'nero  wi.l n.vi'i be n imore p'tfi-etly Imnd. d  niiiiniil than in in. And vvh ?��������� B eiiuae  tlie eim-Os which up to th.- point have  furthered the ������������������vuluiiuu of I tie ti.iinl have  be^iiii io ei'iis." to net. In ib" perfecting  ot the bodily org.nin. uh of nil other d������-  vias, neceubity i������ lhe mother of invention. "   , *  As the Imnd wns tiiven more nnd more  Vi d11, it beciuu ��������� moie nnd more ndiipted  to itn woi It". Up to h point il responded  d.ri'i-tly to each iimw dntv luid upon, it.  Biit i.niy tip to h .point. There ciitno.a.  time -.ilien the- nei Dssjtiea l.t-cime too  utiii.-n.tir mid t-'O vuii-d fur mlupnitioii to  iii-.-p ji.iee .i iiii tiie in. And the fund dny ,  c io..-. the f.ii.d da fin the band, when ho  vv In. in-!.- ,i in id������ n new discover,) of tools.  Hi-,,r--'i.i-.'i Alia: the hand ns.-d tn Jn, and  w.i������ -i..'i .v "o. '-iijintii: .i lapted to do bettor,  v .? ti > - d. i.e bv e.i'ti'iii ! nppii.uii ^s. So  :. r.t .1 ,v.i*',i.,_- :.evi- art.be to be il,,ne, lo  b- !.. !t~r ' .1 ..-, *.t v\ ii- not 'n i-W.i-r Imnd  thu'. ni.s .'��������� v iii.nl'', but a lie!icr tool. .  .it- . \ . rn Vi '. -nil's, L'jvi-rH n'ris tho  ,i,'.s ',- '.!k������ ho:,' s of t!,e .inn. Hum-  ;-��������� i !"������i .-���������.'riititiL-s :or liie fi"t.  ��������� .'., t ���������'   v'.;k   ..:   i,.iiiK        Tne    vice  T....s  "Xlell"  iiii-r- '  Ki, .'���������  ii. i p  ti.i.t '  ,'i'r-������.  i lie  day  Ml  illi   .l.  ll. :.o,  '." h-  till'  ti--i r  lev  I'IMI'  "i   Kb/iiii-'!  re.i.iy ma ',  -, ili's(i-i,',-i I  ',f' i , . ,j, iiri.s :ti^ a  61.' ." .' t !...,!. .v t'l  tii C'. M. n. -le- i: i'i-I  I.al , i. ia>l i.i i i 'o  :v i, !. I u.r.i .villi ,.  -, i .   ii*.   'I lo   i-    ." \ et  y n    ii. i������i,s, [ , ii,  is  tj.nHl     '"1    '-/    .ut-   \,i .  Fi."   a  tie..    .-.-! I .!... ���������  ai th-   m.'irru A'-l on j  stll-lt ,   lilt"     tl   /vnd  ..   rt .. i-<���������Unit    day  wi- k-a|..il.  '!. ./O- ''.!��������� M-.ls, nnd  ;,,- i). ".'-.'ijiiie'lit of  i "tH' ami p.-i;. i-tion \  ���������i ..it ui.-vdi" *llh thu  le   -a- . 111    thu   hrnin.  :iii.ii   i. el   W.  rn iku  t!)i-   s!!i,{   ���������  ���������    1-i.Illill.i.u  Cartrirlfjos Ma'Ie of Mic.i.  of ttie dis o;:i and ia nei- ;t. il- atli.  I!itr,,   i  "Whi'ev. i  of  till'   Ilu'H'  hiitiitio-i, i:  .vf tl  11.MM.-   .if   1 i.r.l-  lliiiy   he    the   s''!"' !('"'  nf Lor !s   an  u  p r,.: i  p ivs Ui v.'.iy.    In    tv  tin.un i.d v ear it aimed nv,  fi.-'.- ou private bills aiid  cei-1 ��������� 11 's 'i'.i''re is il -o nu  I'i sh'iim  ,;*i  .t"  ii n  *i i.  The tis.'s nf niiea are ii.aiiil'ohl. One  id' it* latest 11.-vein pi ni nl" is disl iiu-ily  nnvel. An iiig'-iiinii'i A list i-itlian his  lu vented and iiilmilureil i mica r.irl-  cidgi' for spurting and military gnus.  The Idling inii.Ii* the c.'iti i-hke is  visible, and a further advanlageis thai  instead of tiie usual wad of fell, a mica  wad is used. This siibsl,nice, being a  noii-coiidiiclor, iiniitl'ei-ted by ,-n-iils or  fume-, acts as a lubi-ie.inl. Wle-ie  smokeless powder-, siieb as i-iudile ul-  olher nilro-glyceriiie coiiipoiinds are  used,   mica has   a    dislincl    ndvanlag,- ,,,,,,,  i ���������    . i   ��������� An!..I'.I.'   t..r   ������ i'lioiir.  .l.-l.l   l'������������l ������..n I nflr.  <ivi������i' I'vei'V (itln'1" mat i'i'i.-!   ii-<e(     u cart- 1        .     ,, ,        . ,      r.       ,   ,  ovii I..IIV mull j^   Hiuiiranan   clioimst.    Dr.   Johann  ridge manufacture. Doing I i'iiiis,,,-,rei,t, AntiU ,l|r ,,., honorablv known forlu-i  liny chemical change in the explosive I TwfMf in ������ in i-.iici.logy. ha., reported to  j-ali be ill once detect!- d, The peculiar | the JI ii.i_.ii i ��������� a Society ol p'lvsicians  jiropeiOy it loihof wlrhslatiding inlensc ) that b ��������� I, is , iscovcred a ri"A- i nemlcil  ileal is heie utilized, the breech audi compo i i I, 1 ie nit" i'u of co >.ilt, which,  liarrel lieing ki-pl constantly cool. The \ lw '-a." ������ is a most enii'.'ici..'i������ ���������- *i.!,.*" to  fouling or Ilie rifle is ills,, avoided. Ihe ] I"su  d actually cleaning th" Inn i fl.  trodtii-iioii '  a ch.ir_'e of  garter \A:-i.,  note that b  iiii-n -ie I,. -  pence wi. r  don /j.u.v .'.  ���������    lie-t  ������.M III  pm  .' , .'ii  oeing   fo.'s   paid   on t 10    ill  peel's     A "^.iin  t.t liis s( 'inis  . i I | ) -hi:.. , 's     f e- il ,|.i  to  i    M- in,     i: is ii.t.-r -ting to  '..re tho siimi wa     ,i   i 1 over,  i'll'iill.tiag tn ! *   i ..i in ..M  I I  gorouily subiia^-u-d  - l^on-  ��������� w .s.  ins ;.."  p^ii-i>--:  can... .-  Htronu'.  tie s-  Wltll  lath-  tl  li.  ,,, >),.,!   .'or a tiii'   tills  -work r"i-oio-  liie.   phv y|".i'iy, ai 'I   ll..-.   una   l������������-  ,.i t.t- nn ! tl.e t,;,j.'r( d  xt-min? nr.d  J,ill   sun,',   i."   I/i-I'Ih Xfiii'l* tu uli.k"  twills 1,1     p'i J<-H    of    Hlllipllll'    tl.ll.gH  thi-   .'.ml A '"��������� I'.vi'iued   ttii-   turn ii^  ,  ni������nv-!,.s   fiiijers   hc r- i|iii-il  1 "iii, wi 'I' nd ii '���������*���������'  ^,i������-e "Li iii- ' "I,triii;'  ^i> am M.-.i , ���������.i..-1'..'o'."  f<ii* < ir.i ,i i.i i-> a-'  thi-s.' ,r.',-.i,i .��������������� inn  tin-in  i.'l'.siii      i.i-    I  1 I  I.  wad  H. I/auranee's speehieh-s it lid eve  ghisses ate always in -lock, every sichl,  f..l- lar .mil near, nl lhe Hcv-lsl oke  1'   -u-'iiiicy.   Kyc.s examined free hy Dr.  cyaiude   fif   '"i       i-i"i of  j   priln-l'    - i i       H" trie I  the.mi     uie first  I on aid   i il������, and afterward   oi   l -nyliv-  i ini! '        ���������   ��������� wiio  Im I   been acci ie ilnily  I". ������������������ i .       . il'i   iTiissif   hcuI.     Iii   noi   a  I -    ...' i a.������; (iii. i.iu anUUoto prove n I ail  <-d  kin^'  ins iii isi !��������� s  .... tilecsrlr-liv and  ���������foi", fioll. llil. Hum  t-i du'-elcp in.it-ri'illy  h'.dy. If lie ii>-v..lnps  >.! . til ia.; Hie world  evi-ri-vhi-ris Aitli f.rti.'ei.ii iiii'idn. mipply-  iug th" am'Hi ������������������ In ps -i n fu.^^iK niore intra at- ni.ii il-'l in,-:. <av iiif: '.-Ti.latmri  Co'ii'l in .k- in n ii,!,,'j oiina, ft'td 1 <4������li.^  (Ti< lilt's upon ih-'in i'itnil'"iy rimrn / yjAin  tic lh.in Ins iiim.-1-s c ii d i-v-r ^t-aiftralu  in ii ^i.oi" no t.u.e, it i" -ii-.ugh.  Kinlini. n nfi' r nil im ft silnv' prr."i.������n,   ru  gren1 1 ,hor is lo .vork   n .  I-. n ; o.ii' /rh"rn  invention rI.iiII  h" pi-nsihli-. nnd   ,..-),i-r".  by  thc ])n-i"|-.i c.f lho hiiai'.ii in in-!, mi I hy thn  mi'l'liiiM nil ul li'/.ation   nf   !ln-   --lit r^i������������   f{  th"   iinivHiHi",   the   r.-hiills   of   n'.y* nt d^.  volopnieiit   may   bu   anti, ip .i." I.     Kiirth.-r  oh.iii_-('S, tlii't. lor", within   lh.-   hody   iiwlf  Arc   in .I'i    imiii" (",snr/.       Kvnliition    Im*  tnki'.i a in w ib'piti tore.      For  liie mi',-si i,(  tlie In.nd  ,i ll".  the ri'ssiti   n   of . vi. iiii.int  hill  I -   iiii ���������> i-M-ie   ace. le ain-'i, anil    tin. rn  dnetliin of lis  eii.-i _',i-K   into   lu/li.-r   cluin  im'Ih.-   1'iof.   Ili-ni'y   liruiiiinoiid,   in   Tho  Artcem n' .Mall.  Prof. Henry I>riiiiiiii������n<l Give* Hie Scientific U������o������ anil Value uf the Human llniid  nnd the Various Movements MeceOMWT  to Its I'urfect Action.  ' ' ''       M  One of the   tnoKt  perfect   pieces  of mechanism in the human   body   is the hand.  How long it hiiH taken   to   develop may be  dimly r,een hy a glance   at the   long army  of lens iieciiiate instruments of  pre.'.ein-i'i'i  which -li nle   uvviiy   with   ever   di cieiising  !  deliein-y nii-1 perieelueba a.s we'd. M-end tlie  ,  euiIo   of   animal   life.     At   the   bottom of  I  1 lint, -L.d'.i ii- tin- .iniiutm.     It   is   a speck of  '   nii.toiil .Minlc jcllv.    heudk'MB,    footleBB and  i  - v      ' i  arcili-e-.  |'     Wi en it wishes io A-W.e liiicroM-op'.c par-  ! tides of f, oil mi which 'it liv^s,  a  portion  of its hod ,  i. n .,11,en . nut,   and. moving 10-  l   winds lh.- olij.-et, tiiMi-s' over it, i-ngulfn it,  I  ninl iia-ils Iji.i-I; -iLiain into  t ��������� <���������   I ml v.   TIub  I   is its lniiid.     Atiinv p ui-e. ,.t nnv iiioini-iit.  for the benefit of the < Church of England,  ' 'i n c  , ��������� ,        i  GREAT   ATTRACTiONS !  ������ ,.     i *  Song's in Many Keys.  * * , . * * . '       ' * "  Music till further orders.  O i * , i I (  I ' c '        (  ��������� The Wizard of the West.  ' ' i '' . " ,i  Fine art gallery.  ;'   '��������� ' ^^REVELSTOKE :, ORCHESTRA^i-k-' ��������� ���������     ;  <��������� r   I v ,   o > -* iv  Prof. Pantoliiie with his phonograph.  Lots of grub at the refreshment table.  Splendid display of Japanese w^are.  Mind you visit the little candy store.  FOR SAL  DERS.  -^^BSQ^^mg^^s^^msmnni  A_ZD:iyrissi076r 25 oeiistts.  Jk.   S^JSCI^_3LT~y.  Ikootena? rifiatl ===== = IRevelstohe, B.C.  P^ G ������ -������.  rn  . i  -ir  I?"  * '  .' <-*>  FJIE KOOTENAY MAIL.  NOTICE.  -yOTH'K'IK HV.KEHY GIVl-LX '.hat  _j_N tne ! egistcred ojliee ol thelievel-  .s'.oke Printing and Publishing Company. Limited, is iu (he Kootenay  IUAjI. building' on tbe noitb side of  From Si leet in the town of Itevel-  ,si..ke, UaI. F. B. WELLS,  .S'.'Cii'tiirv.  Revelstoke, Feb. .*> h, 1S90.  Local aid Personal Items.  r Andy   Ur.iig   ai lived   to-day>     fioni  Tumi Lake.  The n'vi'i- rink has ;iHorded splendid  j-k.-iliiig the lasi few .days. ,  .Judge -f'oi-nvi-all will hold Ooiii'iy  Court hf'l-e next Thursday.  Miss K. ijalley left (Tues,]ay to visit  jrienils ;, t I-'ndei-by.  Mis'i-O. St.-en, who has been visiting  Jit's. T. Lewis Im- .s.une weeks, left for  l.er home in Donald ou'Wednesday.  K.oJ. D.'iiiie,' of the /���������'rorinrt: arrived  in   town   to-dtiv.    Me, is  making a trip  ,   'to t he oust in (lie   iiiteresl.'iif that, publication.  Ves lloive, who is interested in the  Pig-Mend, will move his M'amily here  from Seattle, wliere lhey tire residing  ;tt present.       0  '    J. NT. Triekey,   C.P.R. agent   nt  Donald, has been appointed agent, at Kani-  ���������   loops.'   lie will   enter  upon   his duties  r there on Monday next.       ~*  CHARACTER   IN    FEET.  , f  THEY ARE CERTAIN   INDICATORS OF  ,   PERSONALTY.  Amongst, the arrivals  in  town this,  ",\������ek were. Angus Be:it������n, Frank V.-ui-  i (lull iind Win. Kirkup, who  have been  m southern Kootenav for some time.  i  The Trail Creek. Xeivx has issued a  special illustrated edition descriptive  of Trail, .its citizens and their enterprise- It is a very credit able production.       iV        ' . .  ' ' " A. 0. - Buchanan, who. has" been  --- teaching' school   at    Vernon,   has    a-  ' bandoiied the teaching profession and  will engage in trade at.0Nelson. He  ',   went down the river Thursday.  John 0. Beattie who has been C.P.Il.  iigent atiKamloops for some years: has  been appointed freight* agent, of the  Toionto, Hamilton & Buffalo Ry., with  headquarters at, Hamilton, Out.  B. Liiurance's, spectacles and eye  glasses are always iu stock, every sight  for far and near, af, the Revelstoke  Pharmacy. Eyes examined free by Dr.  McLean.  Tbe inenib-<''?75ef the Chinese colonv  X.    jr '  will begin t,heir'New=Year's celebration  on Tuesday. , Don't leave your horse  standing on the street, without being  ��������� tied during (he continuance of the  festivities.  The Fort"Steele .Mining Association  <if East Kootenay has passed the foi- j  lowing resolution : That, the sympathy' |  ^if this meeting is with .1. il. Kellie, M. \  P.P., in hN efforts to have legislation i  passed this session to' put n stop to!  claim jumping. ,    . '  At I*a������t 80 S������r Some ArtlnOi��������� How  Fiuhlon' DUtorts Ntttura���������One <>r the  Latest Yatlm Amoog tlie. Wealthy  l'eoj.le.  It is said by prominent artists end well  known chiropodists that n trulv perfect  foot, from au  ,-iriihtic standpoint, is as  rtire nowadays  ns hiac-lc-bir Is  su   May.  When we i,; iiuinber thefainoii.-, i e ".ities  of oldcu'iiii.cfi, who-efeet weie tenderly  cared for  and eM|ui-=itely   shaped, this  lippeiira truly dejdor.ible.  ,  There- was no question in   those art-  loving'days oj" what kind ur shoe to lmy  ko I bill one's foor would-show nil to tiio  ' best ml vantage.    Helen of Troy, to wlio-e  beiuuil'iil i.ii.l shapely'foot miun-i* in-  iiitiiuiier.itde vvero written,  would   hiivo  been hoi:iI,.-d nt the sight of thu a vL-rago'  ino'deru foot, and would  prul.ahly  have  been  thrown   into coiivuLiinis lo ho������r.<  thc amount spent each' week   at   tho  chiropo list's.  , Tiiat our, women of the better class  nre'p.iyi.ig more attention io the can.' of  the foot than formerly is an i-niis- ui���������hle  face. A prominent socioly wu-ii.in ou  her return from Paris' h'v. r.il eoi.iths  ago exhibited ton rsiom full of'. I i i  friends   the   sweetest,   dai .licit  Awarded  Highest  Honors���������World'*  Fair,  I?,E]77"SLSTOS:  MOST PERFECT* MADE.  A pure Grape Cream'of Tartar Powder.   Free  from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,  ���������  40 YEARS THE STANDARD.'  ���������1  h.tlo  NOTICE TO,TAX PAYERS.  i:'i-:V KLSTOICE DIVISION OFAVL'S'l  , K'OOTKNAY DISTRICT.  The adjourned annual general .meeting  of  the  Revelstoke   Printing   nnd  Publishing Company, Limited, vvill  be |  held on .Monday next 111 the  Fire   Hall J  plaster cast of n foot, which, siie de  cl'ived. was ,-1 counterpart of bet own',  niiide hy a sculptor of world, wide fame.  She was at that moment having a life  fiize one carved in marble to be .counted  on cei-i.-o vi Iv.-t. and several small ones,  one half the size, struck' oft 111 (ii'l'eroiit  shades of 11.de pink, blue ai.d old 10^0.  , It was ipiite a f..d ncru.i-i tne t> a. s.0  she said, to have your foot photographed  as well ;.s your li did or your f.u --that  is, if you weie lucky enough to p.is-tss  one blubsd with artistic curves aud outline.-'. ,  The Hocr������t of this is'that persons are  beginning  to  find  out  what  sculptors  have known   all  along, namely. 1i1.it 'a  foot isiis much indicative' of personality  nnd characti r :\a any other active mom- -  ber of the human foi in, and ,-.f;or being  j h-ui.-L  made a win.- of what delightful a.-i-i characteristic charms a graceful, poetic foot  Indicates,   the. unijoiity  of fashionable  women are stiproi-ely niixiou.. to preserve the model by statuary or pictures.  Some" excellent'leading poium to rO'  in6inber. if a wotna-i "wishes to read tiio  lines in her own pretty foot, are   lh 1 a  full, .well   rounded   heel  denotes ,good  breeding, and a straight oiiy of course,  just the opposite.   'When the heel forms  a kind of arch with :iio it step j; ih .-,i,ru  sign  of   b.ao   bloo led   bloc..-. ;.u.i  it  it  bhould   extend   behind   to any iniiiked  (leg! ou yon  can' mako , sure  ta.il great  force, of i.i.ir.icter goes .with it.  The ai-i-iied and high, instep, ns all  students of art know, acts as ,-u unfailing md La Hon of a long lino 1 it '.u.i i suiisi.  together with the ic'inciiium 01 ;i ..i.cr.i-  tnei.t, miiiiio delicacy of feeling,1.up me  gentleness of character vv ioii di:inig-  uisii the bona fide lady from her cum-  H1O.1 sister.  Nothing  in   the  wide   world will so  rapl.ih re    oveali natural hues or b.-,iiiiy  us mi ill tilting shoo', and  as  rnc-tuT1]   is  1  as   pressure,   too   l.o-  .-   .1  s!  'on 1 dam.1 ;���������  ��������� ii o Mtniill.  "VJOT1CE is hei ebv given, iu arenid-  ������S aiice vvilh the Statutes, that, Provincial Hevenue Tax and all taxes  levied undei- the Assessment Act. are  now due for the year LSs.'ti. All of the  above.iiiimed taxes coliecLible within  I lie Kevelsloke Divi-iou of Ihe District  of West, Ivooti'ifny are now payable at  my ollice.  ��������� '  Assess."Ptaxcs are collectible at   tiie  following rale--, viz'.:-��������� ���������.  If paid ( n iir before .JuneoOt h, 1SS0:-  <��������� Provincial Revenue, ���������"���������'?'per capita.  One-half of one   per  cent,   on   10.1I  propei tv.  T.vo |ier cent, on wild land.  Oie-lhlrd   of one   per    cent,     on  personal property.  One-half ol one   per   cent,   "on    income.  If paid aftei-.June :-;0l,h. IStfi :--  Two-thii".i.-: of one per cent, on  reii.i  pi-op,������rt,y.  Two and one-half pei ce.it. on wild  v-riic-h.-ill of one (per  cent.   011  sonal propei l'y. ^  Tiii-ee-tourths of one  per cent  income. '  il.ill. GiiAIIAJI,  ' , .vssessor and Collector.  January Iih, VA'.H,-       ���������* . 3')..-;l  *%^^Akd ;V^^/f  J'-jVpOTICi-: FS M EH EBV GiVEN.'that,  1 DS ;i sitting ot tii.- Coiu.t.v Court, will  j li" holden ill Ri'veksloke,.' B.C., nu  I Wednesday, tlle.lrith d.iv of Feliiuaiv.  j'A.D. bStVi. ni itl'd'chiil- in iho tui-V-  1 noon. '  i        , .JOS. D. GI'AIIA.M,  I Hegi.sLrar County Court).  Revelstoke, Jail.,'l������th, 1S95. .'i'J-lt  ppiviii-  Bill  Notice.  1 iis Lit il  as   pressure,   too   laiyi-  I tloo^ ,ia "1111 1 llama;.- :i- if k -.<  end .si,..--* ii o .small.     ll.i,i- ihe !  , .  ,      , ,      . ,. 1 iu building your foatirear  r.-se ,  at ciOp.m.. at  winch   the  election rof j modj ;u, ciosJv   ,,s   ^y, ,iu ���������  Directois and   other  business  will   be j \el the ���������hocmiikers peroua.le  proceeded with. 1 the vamp o-:g'n: to i-o.nc- wnui-.  At the regular meeting of the I. O. ,  G.T. lodge Tuesday cv.enipg the follow- ,  ing   officers   were   instiilled   for     the !  0 ensuing quarter : ("!. Wilson, C.T.tMiss ,  HVLee.   V.T.;   B.   R.   Campbell,   Sec:  ' Miss E. M.  Lewis,   Assl.   Sec:   0.   B. '  Iluiiie, Kin.' Sec:  Miss  A.   Valentine.  Treas.:    A.   AVilliamson,     Chap.: ' R.  Fleinming. Marshal: Mis* M. Behren*.  Deputy   Marshal;     Miss    L.   Toombs. ,  ^iiard :  CL F. Grandy, Sentinel;   E. 0. '  Lewis, P.C.T.    ,  .1 Mi.ye  ere scv-  ! st ,:s0d  ,. ilile tiin*  ..I doa't  on t. i t  It *., iii  undoubtedly raise ridges nm: lui iovi.s.  In curing lor the leet. par u'n..ir ,ic-  teiillou uiig'il to be ].;;id '.-..��������� pain..; the  nails, w. ;. >i. according to Dr. Weder  volt, should b-i cut perfectly .str.u-.'ht if  anv 1111.1 _: .1 littl-j shorter 1:1 tiie centre  than 0.1 .ui" si,,od.  The di'siru anions' our ar*.������tccr.it4 to  be sL o.;!ln of-, .s the owners -,f pre;.!;;.-  bliaped lift ii.u b-ji-a inci-ea.-.tng' tor Ct:e  lust few v ..rs.    ^Viiena w o..i:i.i r- .iiz -.  \-0TICK IS 'liE5i!'"BY GIVEN thai  1> . 1 j > 111:' ( al 10:1 vvill be made to I he  1.' g|s|,ii.i\ (; .isseinl'ly ol - 1 he Pvoviiii e  of-R.-itish Ciiluiu,li.i *.tr u,s ufxt .soss-iou  for .111 ,-u t to iiieoi-janale a compniiv  fot   the pill-piisi- nf   ( oilsrnief ing,   opi'l''-  .-���������.li'.ii' and woi king deep ttuno is. drifts.  ��������� >r - hat Ls ���������'.>]��������� i !'������������������ p.,i->,o-,> ,,i"' explo; i.i'g  ioi. di-!-, 0. ern.g. vvorlxing. gelling.  .-it-. 1 -.iIj itiur ai.'> iiiovering minerals  -���������ii ii.iL" in i-luiil \ ei;is. lciigi-s or lodes  in rhie Distills ������.f i-;,,si .nni vvesL Koot-  ("i.i \, Y. Ue .on! C-irilioo. in ilie Pi-ov-  iii( e ot !J,t iti-ii C.ilu.iibi.i. and foi-enler-  > '1���������"  tipi'-l  ..ill!  .11 (Mill illg I-111. Is  Illl-     Mich  pui-i .,-,-s. .,;.,; ;,,,. t .ihsfiug tolls' for  ti." e.-e ot sm li 1 iiirii-ls ia- worXinirs hv  ... v oth'-r ji(-rs(.-,,s oi- comp.-iiiies en-  ^ r.'nl in initiii g .."1,1 forrn (Min-ingsiu-li  vv..r.-r },iiv.< is ur-jiriv ilexes ."iV m.iv  1 ^ c ���������*������������������ '��������� ,  'T  d'Ah  . *.' 'i  TH K  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  10 ,vxi)  i-*i:o.ir  All Eastern F.cints.  Tlirniijrli l-'iis,t (IlassSlci'jiiiigCiii'siuiil Tnurist  SlccinngCai-s to Si. Paul, Moiitii-.iIan.I I'oi-onlo  Without l-Il.lllgL'.  REVELSTOKE,TIME TABLE."  Atl.intic Kxpn-ss arrives   !l:l.*idnilr.  r,i.;ilii: " "        l(i:-_',*i   "  Kin* lull information iis lo'i-iitcs, lime, etc,  apply to  I.  T.   Ilrnvstcr,  Agent, Revelstoke.  C'i-:o. M(.i4. iiitow'N. ������������������  Disluut I'.issoniror Agent. Vancouver. H. ('.  Tiains lcuviii',' Kevelstokc on' Kundiijs.  riliinii.os and Tliiii'sda.v-- make i-oiincelKins  witli iho l'.d.iM.d SliMiiiers " M.iiiitiilj.i.v  " Athaliastii" and " Albiria,' vvhii-li le.ive Kail  William lor (liven Sound every Sunday iind  Tlue-sday, .uul for Windsor and S.irnia everv  Wednesday.  and get the best possible value in goods you ever  purchased.  Remnants are g"oin^" cheap and fast,   and   new   lines   of ladies'  oods, men's Turn ish ino-s<and a full line of Slater's  famous foot wear will be opened  ' e"    ',      up  in  a 'few days.   -  il i  &l  ursier;  The Divorce Law.  Acting f(,>.-the deferidiint iu the suit  o(   Mrs.    M.-ltilda   Levy   against     her  husband,   Joseph   Levy,    for    judicial  .separation,  J.   P.   Wails  made   ,-ippli-  s-.-ttion to Mr. Justii-e Drnk'eat Victoria  to strike'oiit cei lain par.1gr.1phs in the  ]ietitionf referring to events antecedent,  fo   the   iii.'iri-iage.    This    was   Ihe   ,'ip-  plication which c.-uii.- before the  (,'biel  Justice,      but     which      Id's    l.nidship  /let-lined to  hear on  the  ground   l'i>u  /loubts having ar.sen as   tn   th>.   jurisdiction of the   courts  of   the   P.-ov nice  under   the   Kugli-h   divm-ie   1,-ivv,   le-  preferred lo wait till ilmt i|iiesiion wa-  delermiiied    liefure    hearing  any   (ase  under t In- divorce act.    Theie has hei-u  11    difference   of   opinion   among   the  judges upon this ipi.-si ion,   som"   holding I hiit the Pioviru-ial Supi cine court,  bad   full   power   to  ad,    while   others  ha vc believed tilid (-onlcndcd   thai    the  Kngh'sb  divou-e  act   was   inapplieable  lo local   cii ( iitiistaiii-es.   ;l|ir|   | |>.-i efor,-  t he courts i ould not deal vvilh quo! ions  tif div orce.    Afi. Jtis'tire Drake ev idcnt-  Jy holds that, the coin Is nf Urui'sh Co|.  iitiihia have   full   jiiris.licl ion,    for   he  Ji.'.ii-d    thc   applicul ion   and   made  an  iii'dei'   Ui   .strike'  out   lhe    pai-agi aphs  ..     .           -                                  ... ',  *    "*"   * " 1   ;..>���������������' is or jiriv ii.-L.es.1^   may     He ^ * ,           ,,         ,     -fT          .  to.u siti'c... wear t.:i " A    -.1 .    .,.���������,..,;��������� j'.e, ,- '-,i,-y     ,i      ,-,,ii vVA.^u      1 he, .for, I I J ft I i]Hl kl Q  fir   K fini Dl\() V  or.ioi.Mii, la haif :n  b-!-: 1   s  -     ,-i-:. S .-.' -fJ.-i  - **'.     ���������:. :i    (.ibei-   powers   or UlMIllUid 06 HUUtDlidj  be-'.,.!* ii. i ...,.-c !!.:.,>.1. :.:.-   01,1a    jf n.-r i ! > ��������� d'"-1 *- ' !~b -   ';  ".(idi-'i;-,  ,1. m.'V 1 ^ ,              -j.^-       ,        .,          _,      -=.  fooiaii'i 1 -.oiediaiilv s-e-:^ 1,.   .......o,-.- ''*   >���������<���������������<.--."    ���������<���������'    "i"    mcid.'iii.il     ������'V ; Vf OOrn   M 0 VXfCni }(\J\ I )(\   "i  alilii..|i.Wi.sinatvdl.l.a/���������-.,r,   ::   ;isv ' "'��������� ' *'' "  "* .' '"*   *���������",'''"'��������� '���������'    "''   t he ' ULl/dlH  il Q. \ [V diWli UU..L  w..y. '  Sue '.'.sits her p;irti'-'i ar  6di.sC   .is   n-h,-ioiisl\    .'.a   l.^-r  ���������:  lliat.ici.ii,-,   .md   from    h'm    le.:  ��������� proper me nod of pre������"rvmg t e  ,nisd softness ot .skit;     Foiio,v.���������g  fool iiocicr -; or le.--. :i.in .:<-.'y .1 .  panici.l.ii ahout the make.1., :  silo',  tnoii-< * 1.0 rt ...s  .1 w, 1.  ;  Ity ol -auiii,  1 who liav-.. .i.i , aie,  uilfiiilil llo'w  ,(     b!l'ssi-,l    v.'.lj.     ,1 ���������  pi.'d.l! eill'-     ili'ii >.-��������� t!i',i<; .1.  ..1;   '  tary Leot.iiip   whom cn-y il-.  van.ib!v ,u 1 i-acti'  ::  ,'t^y  ' ti  ;rop-  st "r  , j  ; i.e  '  a my  ..j  ���������. in r  ��������� i:ig  f ,.-r  11,  ljur-  .  -1110  li   L  .-)���������  '. : e  ID.  '1 ;o -.1 v in-,  1 .1 group  of rt'lu.:, cr-i,  1   who _'ai|ie ''d lo g.i/f i't Her  lov.-iy  an J  di.li. lily 1 l,t 1 fe t wli>-ie;ver Ml" st'-pp..!  into h.-r carriiige,  M-iny of ,.iir wil known N������w Vork  Eo(.i--ty ������oiiicii can bonst of cxti-ciiii'Iy  iiriMoi'r.itic fe-t. Mr-i K Marey li iy-  iiiond. of Kifrn ,'iveiiiie, has n n. tieeaoiy  pi i-t t v foot the ,'irttsti ', 0:1 Coin- of winch  is eidi uu c i  hy   tlie delicat"   solt ;'rav-!  I and foi siii.({.-< hIio wears Mri i^ 'ivtri  Gould's foot is thoroughly chara. ; -ii to  of the chin., mg disposirioti of ,isp.1 ttr  owner,, and Mm Tii-odore Suiru s foot  IS alvv ;; <;���������> i-,e ,s(  mate 1 . acn c ,,  ,   tin.'! at -'V.-. ," j .a   I       Tie-   line;   01    Mri  I  Sntros  mi.:   indicate   :i   p-'pi'v ar.ihIic.  1  ftii.iii'sii ,   11,1! mo, with ii, ,-,'1 : it. ,.1-ct-  !  ua! e ni.v   ni" its  1      .M;s    i'V.i  ,: Leslie can be happ      !th(-  kiio    1-  ige   l.iiit   she is one of   i,n   few  "';." I     ' i'  a.iv "I   1 hem.  A. .-.. ili'MI'iJitHy.**..  Appli. ant.  AGENT WANTED.  Livp,  Huf.ihn^   fo'nncy-Maker  '        '       ! *' F  HIDDEN M1N]*S AND  fnw to nm TMM "  - - l������y Tho;;. \V. Ncuman - - ������  tnrau  NOTARY   PUBLIC  J  y   REVELSTOKE, B.C.  Mining and Real Estate Broker and General Com-,  mission Asrent.  PASSENGERS FOR  -Ial  'orks  T,-,:  I  I.i-.- !    -.'   \f  Mtti',s,'Mf-i  , i .  I':--/ -i.J.f,! M. ll'idK  . ..' .I 0;-o:i  1.11 'l.i- 'a.i  , '   III  ,'l   I   I   ' I   ll'     4  1     ,,   i,  n   .111 I  '���������I    ie    ii    ,'i     .11"   1,,1 i   -    ir,,;  ,|,      f ,i,  C.'o Mineral, G?:n andPr^t 1-juh oton  . r in (   ���������   11   ,.111,.       IIt i, I.'i a  s  l.anclmo'.  Hot  Springs,  Nakusp, Three  Xcl.sfin. and Slocfin Points,  Kooteiiiiy L.-'ike I'l-iiius.  Trail   ("reck,   Rossl;ind,  .\'orLh|)orL nnd Sj'iokane  SI IO!-1,1) 'I'.VKI'.- TII 10  STEAMER  NAKCTSP  I.. i'.i - l\'..iiv,iiii fm N'aUiisp ,inil Itol.siin. Man.  d.ivs .ni] I'liui-dai s al 7 |i.m  l.i i'.i > llul.s.iii fm- \'.it,,is|i. W'iir'.vani .nn)   ('iiii-  ,'KhlOI     r.Li'lfll      it,111 11,1V    ).l,|ll!s    |i   is)       iiii.I  iv. si 1 .in 'Cm sjj.ij s liml'l' mlit' . al t> |i 111  ' ,,ni|. ' tin'i 1- 'nail''ul    It.ili.i.ii   ul'1,   1'. ,V Iv.  I;  ' f'.i  ;.i l-nii ,iii-l n illi s|..,iinci- ������������������ 1,111,in  '   Im-  li    il ( 'i'i i-t  illl'l  "Mil I ] 1;rctl I  FIRE,  LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.  Representative of the. Kootenay Smelting- & Trading- Syndicate.  -:<i:-  ACIKNT FOI? TKOCT LA K 13 CITY 'K VAN SPORT, KASLO it NAKUSP  Established 1077.  CAPITAL, $500,000.  -SHIP   US   YOUR-  Incorporated 1893.  ���������ia.  11  i'  ii^ ui  ���������.i-.u.d  1  -. :i.  V   -i!  1, .,ior-s tii.u noi .,:dy   THI: M. ROGERS PUB. CO..  .i'1   0.k lit   to   [> tr.'efj.  1  I ui- Nn .11 : ,1111'. 0 il <it t 'ie  ' -  (,,1   Ki,,iii nji_,   ,',  ,u .1.  I hi full iiif.ii'n 1111.11 ,.-  ; ,ilv lo I, Allan.   ,--, (1. 1  ii.'ii'i,n,.l  -  ht> ilin-  n))|)l.', In   tlii- pin -cr on I  I  ���������1 In la I-. i.il> is, eli",  54 Von;re St., Toronto  m un pbii ned of. Tbe Miibjoct, having 1 won e-i u lioi ��������� hoot nmiibcr onlv !,.-,i("ihen  Iieen bro.u-bed in Ibe Legislature i.j , to the i,< uo of ' imp." atnl wlioie width  connect ion with liie roiiMiliflatioii ( f ,' dofi eo' e o .-1 1 Unit of a child Tho  the Statutes of tbe I'iovii!(-o, i|, m-i-iiis I '.inw '" ' " ���������'"t- ,w ro.-ul by ,11 expert,  likely that Mimcthinp' vvill be don- lo  ,settle the question, which   is   a   highly  import.) .li one. Mliell K'-'U'I'-*' I int'-i-e t  is Uikeu in the ma ' I er, in.t, oj i.ii., .-,  Iiecause any threat number nf people  ;ire anxiotis to ioii ial e div 01 ce p, o.-ee.l-  iiif^s, but because it atl'eelva luosl im-  portaiit piovv-ei- !   at aai, billierlo, Ih.-ii  <'Xercise(I   by   1-  e   .Siipreuie   roiot   of  iJrjtjbh Viq\ .on i   .  denoi     a-i..  t,   power,  iielin ,te 1   hy   the  nolic- iiii.i- ., c of   tho   bit;   \< c   tinuiiial  exec ni i- e anility. ,a kfeu intellect charm  of in. 1. ... 1, veiaiitihty  mul   m^n breed  ing.  Oi'e   of   lho   first   UiiiiL'i you  notiro  abo     t   e '-i   I'piincdu   L.ui/. 1 lis     i-r ci  t"'       ..   |"   i'.,  loot.    It  i.-i   exi| .1 ,,,- ,u  oi;.1.   e., ii.i'i    .\i,;ie.    Lanza   i..,    1,   wi li  I....U  11   ,i.y ;i biii/juct  in   aotuu o.  ..,,;���������  "A-llti.li,;!. .     ,���������'��������� i  OCEAN  STEAMSHIPS.  1,  IfOYAL MAIL   LINC8  (. ,  CHKAPS1T rnnMj to tho 0!.t> COUNTRY.  t'rii',f, j 1] '-'.liliiih'H fn.ni .Mmili. al.  .\lil4\X   LINK.  f;."i*v 1 ortatk a PATp.srt   fvh  WiVJ'iT"i-sJi?r ttn,'' ,l,n h'''TI"'.f' "pinion, wi-lli- (.,  .������! I ,\ > .V I'O.. wlio luive Imd ri"nrly fifty yp.ir i*  t-tricncnw m fli<) fiiitnr.f, laislncun. rnmrriiinlpii.  tlorm ������irl(tl7cinfl'i('ntinl. A II ionlli<,..k of In-  rnnimllon roncTiiln? )' , Iciih nml liow l.i .it,.  tn.lMlli..ni|!(.iii.ili.... ,11*11, riiliilOKHootinwIinr..  leal nm] J( lenlifld li.io!,������ -..imI frc"  I'.ilcnli Ic.kcn tlirnnt'li Miinii St Cc. rcclvf.  Hl.i-(ml ik.IIcpIm the FM-ifinillr- ,V in i-,..,.;, ���������. ,��������� i  tlniH nio lirdui'lit, widely t.cforc lhc iui|,||��������� .vio,  onl rout to Hie im-.-nlnr. 'I'lili ^rili'i.ill.l i.-n.'.  Hii(..|������C('l:ly. I'lc/.iiitly nm-fr,it^.i|,l,���������Kl,y fur II,,'  Ki1;' 'I"*1"' llf'" <>J f"iy ."dentil... ���������������ilf la Uu,  world.   S.t 11 yniir.   Kiitniilu cnriifsmniii, (mo  DiiildiiiK IMIlloa, moriMiIy, fs.tihi vi-ur.   Ki'iil-'i  cptiloo, a*������ wiil,8.   Kvury ninriiicr ooiiijilim.i,,.,*",',.  ��������� tlfiil platpq, In i;ol(irn, iiiid [.lietottriiplm of 11c*  honHd.i. with iiliilm. oiuiljllnu ImiIIOui-m I.OHhiiw tliV.  JatfiHt (Icslirns nnd Hdcui-o coiitractH.  Aiirn-^  4MUJK.V & (,'0.r Nkw VOKK, ,*u;3. ���������'���������!."AiZ. . '  J'll(!"l I.-.  ,\I   l-.ll .1.1 Cl '  iwiMiviriN t,i\-i;  Af U'.ll-o-'A  V IM'IH via 1  r.KAVKI,'   |,|,\-|,-  Iiiitl*. U'lN-vfi-i 11  I, \'<r. livi 11110 .  ,  .'*' '  No*.,  ir,  ���������x,  1 (;  O.   I.!  * fl  ul &������ a  e ^ia 'o a mi tiki &i fi &h w O  B  INCORPORATCD  MAIN HOUSE: 200-212 First Ave. Worth. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.  HELENA. MONT.        I      CHICAGO, ILL.      |     VICTORIA, B. C.     I WINNIPEG, HAN.  CfokuAt Morcni.tn KN,   I | Dli WliarfSt. I     2.14. King St.  C.il.li, Ti. A^i. i*l<i, *;u. ;* n mul ninwin!-.  lull i lie il i.i 11   * IU. ft. . . ,1^-e S_'������  I'i-i-'.-ii'.', i-.   Iii k< lid   I Iikiiii.-Ii   |n   all   |n, |, of  '��������� eiil  Id-it.nn ami Ireland, .mil at  -.pei ml'j   |mv  i -it,, s Oi .ill (uivl.s ut t.lie I a i ri. 11.., in < i.m i n,iii.  ,\|i|ily t;oiieiii-i,-il,.'il;ciiiiislii|'Mii'i-iiilivii.,vaRCiit,to '���������  I. T. BREWSTER, Asaii t, Koyolstoke,  "I-   1.(1    I'DIII'ICT    IvKlift,    (.'('II.    i USril.'llfJCT. A^LI.;  ���������W Uu\i)ii:\;;:        ��������� ,,  iXOIB   "W"OEK  OF ALL KINDS AT THE

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