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 -1   J"1  -'���������A','j  WE LEAD   OTHERS: FOLLOW  -   -      ,-.    i * *���������*  ��������� A. ,   ���������  Thc Greatest I arid Biggest I Winter (Clearance  Sale  ever put  'up to thc Citizens of Reveistoke is,,        . - ���������  ' i    ,    ...        * -   ' "  W, J. George's  New Year's Offering lo the  Purchasing   Public  of  the  town  and  vicinity. "   . J .'       ..     n. ,       ,"���������     < ,    '  Dry Croods.  A 20 per cent.  Cash Discount will be continued on all Dress,Goods,, Dress  Trim-,  'mings, Liulies' Ready-to-Wear   Hats,   Hoots  and   Shoes, ' and- all  Staple lines untij the lust of January. _  Ladies' Jackets and Coats.  .���������No lady need go any limp-ei without a neat .ind.up-tti-diite Ibis season's  'Jacket oi-Cent.    A lew of the reduced prices, us follows: ���������  lleKulai*$l.0O      '     -       ' now $2.2?.       Repul.u* $7.50     ,   -, "      now $l.2.*5'  HcRiilur $12.00    ,.    -    '., no������ 7.'i-. ,     Regular HiUDO   -"   -       now ijA.uO ���������  now 10.50  Regular $20.00 ;  Mens Clothing -& Furnishings.  In these elupm-tinents we .no making nnlieaiit of ioiluc-tions; fo'i-insUince  Men's Tailor Made Suits, reg. $9 00 now $���������-* l-"-- ������'K- -l-11 "������ "ow 'f7 '7���������",'  u>f*'-  $18 00 now $12 25; reg. $22 00 now $17 1)0. < - *,,  Men's, Tailor Made Overcoats, reg.' $12 00 now $S,.*i0; reg. $Ki 00 now $0 S5;'  '   reg. $17 00n'ow$12 2o.       .*-    . - ,s_ .     ���������..,'--.  MEN'S UNDERWEAR���������Fleece   Lined,   reg.- $1   now, 55c.      California  Flannel, reg. $2 now $1 35.   I'l.iclc, all wool,' teg. $1 2.) now IKic.^  MEN'S SWEATERS-Navy, all wool,   reg.  $125 now" !)5c.   'Fancy,  all  'wool, reg. $2 now $1 83.    Fancy, all wool, teg. $.' 50 now $2 (i.������. ,   ������������������  '       *.     , i' . ���������*   , -   '   '  '  .  On Rubbers and nil Footwear, and anything in our store not mentioned above a 20 per cent, elibc-ount will lie given.   .       ,i , l ,   -d  '   ' The above onlv gives you a glimpse of the sweeping reductions, we are  making. You can only realize what we are doing by pay.mg "H *��������������� vl������-11-     ���������  1   '   PLEASE- NOTE���������That we are not going out ol Business iust how  .is ���������  our trade ia loo ijood for that.- 'And further, our trade is, improving nl&o.  'Our customers are so nice and agieeiilik1 and numliei-b are  increasing  lor  the reason that we are doing better for them all the time.  ," .   Wo are'eoinpe'lied to give you the benefit of this Enormous.Sacrifice  Sale to make loom for verv huge spring importations. .  Respectfully;  ���������W.'��������� J: GEORGE"  McKENZlE AVENUE.  . LIMITED!'���������-   d  Samples  DEPARTMENT   STORE  ���������***���������'���������������������������*'���������._  m  '   During stock-taking we dig up'lots*of lines we  want,, to  clear  to  make  room' for spring stock.    }Vc thoroughly know the only, way  to  sell tlieni in most cases is to make a price consideration.  For the balance of the month ot February 50c. will often  .   do the work of .$1.50 in'bliying the following;  rwy Dress, Shirts"  Men's Kimc-y Drc--s Shut.-., soft .mil still'  bosoms.          KcijiiI.ii- t'i'ico $1 .ll.  ~    *     Sale Price 75c.  Boy's Underwear  Nice, soil. Union goods, unshrinkable,  will lit 1.0}s I.on. ."> to 11! jc'!ii-s,.i-egiil.ip  '���������Hi goods.                             '                          *  Sale Price 40c  23 inch Velveteen  Black only, nice co pile, good color.  Itcgular I'ncu l������c.  Sale Price 40c.  Dress Goods  New  tloods,   light'in  color,"."il-inch  Tweeds.   You   cannot,   buy   a.iywl.eie  else lor less tli.in-J1..5I).  ,   Sale price 75c  Boys' Moccasins j&*p  Ileal Indian made Buckskin.  Regular I'r.ce 51.50.  Sale Price,50c.  Women's Underwear  Heavy Union Goods, unshrinkable.  Our SI goods.  Sale Price 50c.  Shetland Floss Wool  Coloied.   This St.ii.le Wool ... Pink unci  . Cardinal only.       HcruIcu- Price 10c.  Sale Price* 5c.  Misses' Wool Skirts  Kit Oii-ls 12 to 10-all wool homespun.  Uegiil.u- 1'i-iee S.I.               '  k Sale price ������1.75.'  .Gloves & Mitts ^oor������p?icOS  Our Winter Slock of Gloves and Milts.  Koeiilnr Price SI and $l-"*0 per pair.  Sale Price 50c.  Women's Oxford Shoes  Nice high lncc.-McKiiy sewn.  ItcBiilai-"fiShoi*.  Sale price $1.25  Ladies' ?0������-w&r Hats  \ny Hal we have left. See our window.  Reuiilar Price $1 and Si.  Sale Price 50c.  Ladies' Dressy Coats  Only Six Coats left.   S./es '.Vi and :IS.  Regular Price ?1'2..t0.  Sale price $6.25.  Ribbed Hose E_-_g_  |0c. and .We.   Stockings to lit big boys  and gi.Kor uoinun.  Sale Price 25c.  China & Glassware  A small assort.iic.il of odds and ends of  China and Olassware, :1m and 10c pieces  Sale price 15c.  ume  LIMITED.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act of I'nrliiimeul, 1853.  HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.  WM. Molson Maopjikkson, Pre*. S. II. Ewing,' Vice-Pres.  Jamhs Elliot, General Manager.  Capital paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  Everything in  way of hanking Ini-sincw transacted without unnecessary delay. . ,  Interest credited twice n year at current  rates  on  Savings Bank  deposits.    W.. H. PRATT, Manager,  Rbvklstokk, B. G.  THE WAR.  Japs After Russian Baltic Fleet.  Siberian Railway Giving Way.  " Smart Russian Movement.  Rumors of Russian Defeat.'  ��������� ' *  London, Feb. 23rd.���������Admiral Kami-  mura and1'his .squadron sire in the  Indian Ocean, and great iiuval events  are pending.  The Siberian railway is giving way  under'the tremendous strain to which  it has been subjected. '   ,       ���������  Mukden, Feb. 21.���������General Kennen-  kiinipfV's division has returned from n  daring reconnaissance, having succeeded in passing around thc Jnpiiirescjeft  Hank,nnd penetrating well to the rear,  causing considerable . consternation  along the line of Japanese communications.  The losses weie insignificant  St.- I'elei-hhurff, Feb. 2.1.'���������Rumors  are current. Mint. Kuropatkin has been  otitlliinkecl by a .strong force of .fap.in-  chC.in the vicinity of tSinfiiinton and  compelled to retire from' the- Sliaklic  river.'     . ,,        ",', -    '  St.Peter-burg, Feb 22.���������Infprmiition  reaches here that Gen. Kouropatkin ii-  preparing indiisti idiisly t, . tiiyj-Jiiial  conclusions'with Field iM.ir.sliuTOy.'.nii.  and'a decisive biittie may bo c*xpected  within a.fortnight. ,--  yt  ��������� #.  ASSOCIATED    ; A HARD TRIP.  RUSSIA.  Scenes of Murder and'Rapine.  Private* advices'are s.aid to show the  existence of a reign of terror in Tillis  and the Caucasus generally. Many  murders by Tartars and Armenians  are reported.   -  - / .  Coniniiinicat.ion has been almost, cut  bit', even the telegraphers striking, the  few who are" still at', tlieir keys"being  Eept'there'with pistols at their heads.  The railroad employees' at Dei-pat have  struck. The situation in . Poland  along" the Austrian bolder is also  causing great uneasiness. i  At Warsaw strikers killed n Jewjsh  leather ' merchant,1' named, "Swiehel."  Other .attempts have been made to  murder (employers here and at. Lodz,  where three students fired at a manufacturer named Stiignit, his wife being  wounded: Thc great stiike continues  in theDombriaand Sosnovice districts,  where there is much lawlessness sueih  nS'Tobliery' of persons and,plundering  oMiouses unci shops.- '-_ ' * A I  - Telegrams fronrdBiiku report' tDie  disturbances theie are,'increasiiig, fclmt.  fighting' has , occurred, shops been  pillaged,"houses.burned?, nd inhabit-  anls-.panic striken.. - Serious distuib-  ances are also reported  at, Halakhany.  Tlie, whole ,Caucasus region, is in?  revolt'. Arinenians. Russians, .and  Caucasians have formed a coalition  against the Emperor of ^Russia, and  seized .arms and even cannon from  Russia n soldiery. They hold the  Governor of the district as a prisoner.  The reiolutionists are organising  camps outside the cities.-   ,  THE^CAyE^STORY  The Truth About the Matter.  ' We are asked testate what is actually known about the cave story which  is gaining Reveistoke so much notoriety in the eastern press. C.Deuclis  man, a well-known BigBend prospector  was exploring the country between  Illecilliwaet and Columbia River when  he came across a cave. He explored  it for a depth of 200 feet, but for want  of a longer line was unable to do more.  Naturally lie wished to get some  benefit from his discovery and'was  reticent about, it. He came to Revel  stoke to see what could be done  towaids getting a title to it and also  with a view to getting the necessary  aid to making a further exploration.  Mr. Deuchsman then went east to  end.eavor to enlist capital for advertising and attracting sightseers to the  cave, and building a tourist hotel in  its vicinity.  The site of the cave has been kept,  strictly secret, and there are various  reports as to its locution. One report  states it to be'tbree and a half miles  from Reveistoke and accessible? from  the Big Bend road; another says the  locality is in the limestones on the  north foik of the Illecilliwndt.  It is on this foundation that the  sensational myth has been promulgated in the eastern papers about the  largest *cave in the world being discovered at Reveistoke, rivalling the  Mammoth Cave of Kentucky, its  dimensions two miles wide and 2,000ft  deep, with mummies of Indians of  ancient type, stoue weapons and bones,  its area explored and these wonderful  measurements made and verified by  Canadian engineers.  In view of.tlie mythical fame which  this cave, with its unheard of marvels,  has attained in the cast Mr. Deuchsman doubtless will, on his return, give  information as to its locality and an  opportunity for its examination so  that the public may be advised as to  its true size and character. This will  be of more value than all the exaggerated stories that can be devised concerning it. Eastern writers who talk  of this cave rivalling the Mammoth  Cave of Kentucky don't seem to know  much about it. The Mammoth Cave  is from 8 to 10 miles in diameter and  its avenues over 150 miles in length  Brick for Sale.  The undersigned have just burned a  kiln of 500,000 brick, of first class  quality. For price aud information  apply to C. Bi Hnme & Co.   I  Boards of, Trade Hold Meeting at Nelson.   .  The Associated Boards of Trade met  at'Nelson Wednesday. .  G. O. Buchanan was le-'elected president. ,  Resolutions were passecl opposing  lhepio'poaed eight-liour law for Smelters: recommending' municipalities be  empowered to operate telephones, urging construction of wagon road to coal  and oil lands, advising .appointment  of /.ine' expert, - establishment of experimental farms, construction of light  lailways, dominion department of  mines, granting rights to improve and,  .    '      G. O.  BUCHANAN, ���������  President Associated lioaiclis of Trade.  r. '  boom'- Lai clean and Duncan rivers,  purchase of gold and silver by new  mint from Caniiclinn' refineries.-    ^  J. Dean's motion , for. ifliounty (*n  copper was turned down, and Smith  Curtis's motion to tax C.'P. R. lands  was amended to read that reserve's fur  C.-,P. It.,bo removed and',taxes collected on such lands. ,        'I  It was resolved to urge amendment  of ni ine taxation and' that no rash or  land subsidy be granted to Grand  Trunk Pacilic.  Jt was decided tu demand a thorough  investigation into the East Koolen.iy  lands situation generally. - r,  ,  Resolution *by Reveistoke City  1  " '      -  Council.     ���������  The Finance Committee appointed  to "consider the question' of education in lelation to,city finances lepoi t-  ed to a special meeting c.f the council  Tuesday, when it whb resolved, cm the  motion of Ald.'Abrahamson, seconded  by Aid. MoLeoel, that ,J;  Whereas the cost (over'and ab .ve  the government giant) of-conducting  the schools of the city is greatly in  excess of the 2-niill rate allowed by  the iMunicip.il Clauses Act to be employed for school purposes, anil  Whereas the levy of two^nills foi  school purposes is misleading to the  public mid-does not neatly lepii'sent  the amount paid by tlie city fur education, be it therefore  Resolved that, in the opinion uf this  council, the Municipal Cl.iiise** Act  should be so amended as to permit the  Councils of Cities to levy a school rate  of taxation to cover the actual amount  demanded by the school tiustec.s for  educational purposes each j ear, such  tax rate to be known and desciibcd on  the tax rolls as a school tax,' and  v\ hereas it has been suggested Unit  the Provincial Government should  reduce the per capita grant to cities,  be it fuither  , Resolved that, in the opinion of this  Council, thc provincial Government  should assume a large share of the  cost of education in cities than it has  hitherto done, and that in order to retain and maintain full control of  education in the province it should  provide a so nee of revenue that \\;iil  meet the annual expenses of education  throughout the province.     *  Whereas the per capita giant us ut  present arranged works a hardship on  schools being transfei red from the Hid  to the 2nd class, this Council is of  opinion that the system should be so  changed that t'he reduced pei capita  grant should apply only on the attendance above u certain number and  not on the whole school, and  Whereas, in view of the large expenditure on education, the public aie  anxiously enquiring as to the results  therefrom, and   ������  Whereas the onlv oflicial examination of the Kcluciition Department by  which the public can form an opinion  of the progress of the scholars is the  high school examination. Be it  further ' ,  Resolved that in the opinion of this  Council promotion should only be  made in some of the higher divisions  of the public school after an olliciiil  inspection by the Educational .Department.    Be it further  Resolved that copies of the foregoing  be sent to the Premier, Minister of  Education, M. P. J'., and Superintendent of Education.  THANKS.  J beg to tender my heartfelt thanks  to friends who have shown so much  sympathy in my bcie.iveincnt, and to  those who so kindly furnished wreaths  and in other respects showed their  esteem for my hue wife. .  636 J. I.' WooiiKotf.  Man With Frozen Feet Brought  in from Standard'Basin.  ! On Thursday night, a man named  Greenwood, who h������d been cook at the  Standard mine, was brought to the  hospital having been disabled by gel.  .ting his feet frozen'. He had' .started  for Reveistoke but losing his way he  "got into IDownie Creek. Finding his  mistake he relumed to Miecnnipiwlieii  it was found his feet weie fro'/.-n, and  as he was,'1 getting in a bad "state a  toboggan ,wau made timd he. was  brought to the city <for fsurgical aid.  The trip was .a very hard ono, the .'10  miles from the mine occupying foui  to five'days, and ,Supt. Rumen.--, and  those who assisted him deserve great  credit for thc way in which tin*-,  carried out their undertaking.' Green  wood'will lose thc toes of both feet.  TERRIBLE SMASH  i       ( / 7 ��������� * i  Six C. P.R. Engines Meet Head-  '<-���������   on in Fearful Impact. - ;  Shelburne, Ont..,*Feli. 17'.���������A terrible  smash up' of six engines, iu which  throe guing each wny crashed into  each'" other, occurred tins .morning  Three C.P.R. engines went from Sliel  burne two miles south when they  became stalled-for the'night. 'Three  'other- engines ran, south, from Shelburne to relieve, the lirst engines,  'which in the meantime had got watei,  iVnd'were rininiiig north to Shelburne.  Tlie,crews of the head engines could  not seeeach other for the drifting snow,  and the six heavy locomotives met two  miles south bf Shelburne. , The\shock  was terrible. The 'fifteen or twenty  men oil the engines. were 1 brown in  every direction, all except one engineer  and one lireman, who jumped in good  time. Two' engines nie complete  wrecks, two'others'are badly smiicl-ed,  and only two remained on the track. -  RAILWAY'^  -ACCIDENT.  ' The C.P.R. train running between  Nelsohdnd Proctor was wrecked Mon"*  day. Out of 27 passengers seven were  slightly hurt and' only one seriously  injured, namely J. Ewart,'insurance  agent, of Calgary. G. O. Buchanan  escaped with a fcw.scr-itcbes i^-j.-*.  MARCONI"^  WIRELESS  Share Sales Here Not By Company's Authority. t . ;  'Some excitement has been caused  among purchasers of Marconi Wireless  shares in B.-C. by a telegram fiom tbe  head ollice of the compan> in Montreal  stating PI. G-. Robinson, , who placed  the shares here, has never been connected with thc company, hut * was  merely realising the hares held  privately by Miinroe and Mini-roe, the  New York brokers. Jt ,is stated Mr.  Robinson realised $12,000 for. shares  in Reveistoke. The head office advises  shareholdeis'tosee tlieir share cert ideates are certified by the Jvnickerbock  ee Trust, of New York, or the Montreal  Trust and Deposit Co.  ���������        INSURANCE.      '"  The city insurance on the water,  light and power plant has been awarded as follows:���������Sibbald and Field  $3,238, Reveistoke Insui.ance Agency  $3,238, IT. N. Coursier $3,52*1.  The late W. R. Beatty held', an  accident insurance policy with II. N.  Coursier for$5,000, and steps are being  taken to pay the amount over, to the  heirs of deceased.  Champion Liniment for Rheumatism.  Chas. Drake, a mail earner at Chap-  inville, Conn., says: "Chamberlain's  Pain Balm'is the champion of all  liniments. The past year J was  troubled a great deal with rheumatism  in my shoulder. After trying several  cures the storekeeper here recommended this remedy and it completely  cured me." There is no use of anyone  sulVering from that painful ailment  when this liniment can be obtained  for a small sum. One application  gives prompt relief and its continued  use for a short time will produce a  permanent cure. For sale by all  druggists.  ONE DOS 10 OK  SENECA  COUGHSYRUP  RELIEVES  '     A   COUGHING  SPASM  Walter Bews, Phm. B  Druggist and Stationer.  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TAKE NO OTHERS.   ���������  ������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  J. BOURNE  KEMO.VKD TO  First St? West,   -   Fretz Block  20 per cent- Discount ^ ffr."  clviscs of': Boots   nnd   Shoe's, Rubbers," Hats nnd  Cups,,'  Overalls, Mackinuws, ������R'eady-m;iclc: Clothing.-Men's Fur-r'  lishiiios, etc'.,.'wlso o'n woman'si'bov's und children's Boots,-  iijitl Rubber's.' ��������� New lines just in stock. f ���������,.  Iv"  \*: -|  J. G. Macdonald, Reveistoke.  HOWIES    FURNISHED   ON   MONTHLY  PAYMENTS.  Another Carload of Furniture just arrived.    Carpets, Linoleums,  Oilcloths, etc.    Sewing Machines, Heintzman Pianos.  ,R. HOWSOK & CO., FURNITURE DEAlERS AND EMBALMERS.  The Reveistoke  Restaurant  MRS.  II. .1. IIANHUKV. Jliinagei-i'Ss.  i.s  now open for business.  First-Class Table Private Dining Boxes  Large  Diniiigmoiii Tor H.uic-u.'ts, Suppers-, ele.  Furnished Rooms To Let  FIRST'STREET. REVELSTOKE.  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  Cai.itnlAulliorizod.'S-I.OOO.UO.   Capital P.iid Up. S3lW������>.    Ho-,t, S*.(m,0*������.      ,  Head Ollice, Tokoxto. Oxtahio.  Hr.uicl.es in tlio Ncirili-AO-t Turntorte^. ll.init'-.b.i. Ontario ami Ouobcc.  Anil   tlio f.illowiiiK iHiinls in   Hriti-h   Columbia:    (.r.iiibrofil.. Golden.  Nolsi.ii, Roiolstnlco, Trout L.iko. \:uicni.ver and \ ictoria.  T  H  Mmu.TT, I'ro-idont. D. R Wii.kie, Vice-President anil General Maunder.  E. Hat, Assi-,tant:Oot.or.il Maaacor.    W. Moffat, C hiel In-pector.  IS Reveistoke Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted J  gjj SnviiiK-. Department��������� Deposits Received and Iuterosi.AJluwod.    --���������        J  Drafts sold nrailablo ill all parts of Canada. United Stdtes and Europe.  ������   Special attontion iri.e-i to collections. A. E. Pmrrs, Mimagor- 'd-  in*  rn  ri-rE KOOTENAY MATL  ������be 1Rootena\> fll^ait  PUBLISHF-l)   SATURDAY.  ���������A I'���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C..   ',  Subscription  $2.00' Por    Annum  A.DVKIlTIriIN'0 ISATKS on application  Change- in -.l.'uxlihK iiclvcillsciiinnl-. i.i.isi  do in by !) a. in. W'( unesd.iy (if each week 10  ' --cuiegocid di-pluy. Si.Hiding nil\ciUsing  mat ter will be i-liungi il I ������ ice a inoiil ll wit.li-  , out extra Uiaigc For menu fic(|iirnt  alterations ibe nine occupied ii. making  same will be dunged al usual Kites. ,  JOR Pl'lNTlNC! proiiiptlyo\ei-ut.dat ii-asnn-  able rales.  TKHilS���������Cash.   Suliscn unions pnjahlo ... nil  ii   ' v.ince. ,  COUItK-sI'ONDENCl": united on mailer-, 'of  public nilcicst.   Co....mi.ilea'ions lo  Kill-  -    'tor  ii.i.it   be  accoi.ipinned   by   lii.n.e  of  wnic*i. not iic-ec-ss.iliiy for piibl.i-iil.o... bin  n~ evidence of good In.tli.   I'liiicspimdcncc  '      should be In ior.  , We,request our numorous renders to  favor us with tholr assistance, in  making tho KOOTENAY MAIL tho  most, valuable ad voetisin-^modium  in 'the Kootenny& by Kivln/-, the  ppofere'nce when maliinK purchases to thbso firms who ai*o  regular advertlsora in tho'KOOT"*  ENAY MAIL.  :d  R.   MOKIIISU.V,  I) K N T 1ST,  O.-iioi. ���������'  OYI-IH   lli:\V.S   DltlJC!   ST    ,   .  rilDWARD A.  IIAOdEN,,  ������������������   jMinino  Enoinkkk,     ,  (.Mem. American  Institute "Win ug Faiginccrs)  (Mem. Ciiiiuclliui .Mining   .   litulc)  "' JtKVi.:i.s'i-oiCK, li. C.  ���������examination nf, and repents on Mmoinl I'm  '        ,        pci'Lics a Specially,  i > '   HARVEY,  McOAUTER '  AND PINK HAM,  ,    iiARinsTKits, solicitous, i-:tc. -  Omens:    Moi.so.\-s   Hank   Hi.oeic,',Ui:vi-.i.-  '    ���������������       .SI'OKI., ll. O.   -  -  Money lo loan. ���������  Ofllccs. Kevclsloko, H. 0.; h'oi I Steele, II. O:  Gko. S. .McOautkic,  A. "M.  I'lXKJIAM,  lievelstoke. Ir). C.'  ,1, A. IIakviiv,  Foi t Steele, n. O.  01IX   MANNING   SCOTT  L. L. B.  H. A?  J  Barristhk, Soi.icitoii, Etc.  First Street. '    RovolstoUe*,  M.U.  'Gbeilfcootenas-fl&atl  SATURDAY,   FRHRUAKY   2ii,  I'll)'")  Canada .stands' "third in the  world's record of increased export  trade for the past year.  ec|tiit:il)le luljiibtiiii'nl. It is a,sound  policy to leinow- ini-<|ii!iliti(-K by,  cutting down rntliei than piling up  ii.inot'ossai-y imposts. ,While the  lumber industry is unprotected  there.should bo compensating re  dnctions in the tax on lumbering  and 'niillinj,'- nriu-liiiiery and on all  kinds of lumber e-iinip supping. In'  Unit way the prc-cnl inequalities  could In* largely led need, ll is mil  a good policy to rectify one'irnfiiir  buidcn by imposing another, hut  tlie claim of'the lumbermen, who  pay heavy protection wil hunt receiving compensatory protection in  return cannot be disregarded."  CIIICAIdMONICYFOKSlCTTIiUKS  Now iiuil there is an active movement, in settlement of the waste  lands of 'the province every effort  should rbe niiide to 'encourage' it.  Among the means of proiit'olingsel-  tIciut'iit tho be.st, is probably government advances to settlers at, low  rates of interest and easy repayment of principal to enable 1 lii-iii  to improve their ' propei-tie* and  iiring lhem into reproductive condition.'' This policy has been tried  in the Argentine a'nil Now Zeijliin'd  with great success. In (he former  the money was loaned I n set tiers al  5 per cent and in the latter at'1  per cent. Of the ,i-cmi11 of the .experiment in New Zc:iil:incl. a 'writer  in Lloyd's Weekly says: r ���������,v   '"  "Theaiiio'iiiil iidvii'nced i.v the do-  )iiiitiiieiit. has lieon .j"10.0(10,000, ami  iiui, one .shilling has been > lost, and  theie, i������ nol a 'peiiiiy c.f piincipul in  an ears.-" *  The Lauriei-.' government, have  played a master- stroke in taking  over Canadian -defences aiicl manning the forts at JSsqiiimnfult and  Halifax.  The-Kootenaian remarks: "Fifty  per cent increase in   taxation   with  ca deficit of nearly 'a quarter of,:t  million of dollars''for lhe   financial  -year ending June, 1f)04,is Mcllricle's  record since his advent to power."  The proposed taxation of coni-  ' mercial travellers is characteristic  of the pea-nut ideas of the McBride  government. They should bring  ,in a bill to put the province in a  glass case to prevent anybody coining into it, and reserve it as a playground for their tomfaolery.  ������ L ______       * '  The resolution passed by the  .Reveistoke citj* council, and published in another column, should  draw tho attention of lhe government to a most necessary reform,  namely, the examination b}- the  inspectors of pupils in eacli standard before they are passed to a  higher seandard. This--system is  adopted in all up-to-date education  systems and should be applied in  this province.  Bowser, M.P.P., is a reflection on  the  intelligence of   the  people of  Vancouver  a? their   representative  in parliament.   Jio is a lawyer and  a grafter as   he wanted   legislation  to allow  an appeal as to, whether  or not  on   the  evidence a dog was  dangerous.      Mr. J. A. Macdonald.  Iv. C, the Liberal  leader,   pointed  out this  was  providing  for a  dog  what was  not  even   allowed for  a  person, an   appeal  from judgment  'on a  question  of fact.    Jt  would  provide   for   litigation   being  continued  to an   extent that  it would  deter person-- from seeking justice.  Mr. Macdonald i<* a lawyer too, but  places   the   public   interest before  idiotic legislation in the interest of  hi-- profe-sion. wheren- the acme of  Mr. Iiowser'.s ambition   seems to Into provide an endless chain ,,f liij.r.  ation for the benefit of the crafter-  in his profession.  TIN-:  Ll'Ml'KI*- TARIFF.  The Globe says:���������'���������The lumbermen naturally prote.-t they are  taxed in many way- for the benefit  of other cla-.-e.-. while getting no  compensatory benefit.- in return.  The British Columbia lumbermen  are burdened by taxation imposed  Ostensibly for the benefit of I In-  farming industry. Tliey have to  pay sixty cents a* barrel on flour,  twenty por cent, on oat meal, twelve  cents on wheat, ten cents on oat*--,  and twenty per cent, on horses.  The Ontario lumbermen arc, sup-  po-edly. subject to similar imposts,  although Ontario's surplus for export brings thc forcein of competition in thc .British market into play  making , the tariff on foodstuffs,  nngatorv as far as an influence on  prices is concerned.  It is the duty of the Government  to hold the balance evenly between  all lines of industry and enterprise.  That some industries; must lose by  protection i.s inevitable, but every  effort should be' made  towards an  TIMS  ISDUCATION  PROBLEM.,  .Any muir who,takes  nn   interest  in education must view with alarm"  the proposal of   Lhe   McBride  government  to still" further^ increase  taxation by saddling Ihe cities with  a  greater  portion  of the cost,and  asking   rural    districts     to     provide   by "direct  taxation a.porlinn  of the cost of schools in   tlieir   district, when these taxpayers aro already   loaded   down 'with  heavily  increased   burdens.   .'Now  a policy  of this kind i.s (lie ,greatest menace  to education.'  Some.cities aie paying all they can   afford, for education a heady.    But for thc  revenue  from   the  water  and light services  Reveistoke could  not  have  stood  the expense which the transference  of > the education  cost imposed on  it.    This city already  contributes  if5,500 a year over tho  government  grant   to   the   maintenance  of 'its  schools,  and   the -cost -during the  incoming'   year   wild not fall  far  short   of   .$10,000. , Taxpayers   in  cities and rural  districts which are  to'he saddled with lhe, direct  cost  bf ...education   will   be n]it tn insist  on poorer schools, poorly-paid and  inferior   teachers   and shoddy education if thoy arc to be taxed to thc  hilt  directly for, education as well  as   indirectlycin   the taxation they  already contribute to'thcpiovincial  treasury.    The policy is wrong and  ought to be opposed by every man  who  wants   to   sec   this   province  holding its end in education  as   in  anything else.    As a matter of fact,  education being a national and not  a local matter, the whole cost of  it  should he borne by the  provincial  treasury, and to lessen tin* burdens  of   luxation   reserves of-land, coal,  timber, etc., should be made specifically   for   educational    purposes.  The   revenue   from   such   reserves  would become a factor  of   increasing   income  and   a vast aid to the  promotion of education without increasing the burdens  on  the  taxpayer.  MINING MATTERS  Mining at Yale.  Stamps have been clashing on ihe  liileiiiati'.iial propei(y'at Vale; for several iik.iii lis and I lie* rosiills aie niusl  .suisf.u Kuy I'li11- hundred tons nf  ore inn thiough a i: also iep(.itc*cl to  he \ei.v lich and j ielil big, return-,,  while the average Mill is a paying pru-  P"sii,iiiii.    The mill is lo he added lo.  The liileiii'ilional JI*,(h.n-lie coin-  p.iuy, updating ncir f-.iw.i--h cicok, h  inileai.il a li.i-f fr.'.iu Vale, is icported  to .show exec lent lesults. "something  like .���������"I--"!)') "was Liken out tho lirst  week w il h oui* monitoi.  weio , Il.iwi hornth'waite, Williams,  Davidson, J..lies, Henderson, McNiven,  l-'niser, Clitloid. I liiiiRtcu, M.iogownn,  ������������������lei! ford i.iid'tiitVoid.     '  Kootonnv  LcdKe No. ISA   F,&A.M.   ,  *\.iU^  ���������'    * 'I'l...   . i-Ki.l.ii-   mect-  in.' in- held in-tbe  ,\1 . imiii: Temple,  i.l.I K. Ilmvs Hull, on  Hi, I Iniil Monday ...  Mill month nl, S  p.in Vislliiifj-lm-tli-i  i im.   uni.lli.lly   wel-  iiniii'il.   ., /  , . ,.  (J. A. IMIOOUMIKH. SrciicrAiiv.  ' MINING legislation;    '  Aii Effort To Be Made to Stop  Claim-Jumping.  .A c-i iin in it to* ..r the Provincial Milium Association., will' be :i ppointed to  (baft a petition to tin* house, for an  iiiiieiiiliiieiil Jo I he I'l.u cr Al in ing 'Aft,  lo prevent placer,unci (|"iu I'/1 niinei-  nceiipyiiii;-! In* s.iine men rii' g oiind .il  niie lime, which has been hel<l,tr'> 1.  possible tinder lhe picseni laws l.y ihe  supreme court i.f.lhe province  l'laeer claims have, during the yeai,  b. en lociiled on giound Inwl'iillv oceu-  pied by a niinenil claim. A' fn 11-*-ix-.c. cl  mineral claim contain-- :"i'2 acies .A  placer claim i.s a piece of ground iiii)  'leel, si|Uji e it would I,1him .ippeir  lhat, til placer claims enn lie lociiled  over the f.-i acies covered l.y the, inin-  eiiil claim. /Hide, have alrc*nily been  several 'instances'which have cre.iied  considerable tiniihle," noliibly one iii  the, Poplar C.iec-k n'lining c.iiup, and  others elsewlieie. -      .'   'i ���������  DRIFTS.     '      ' ,  ,'l'hc1 15. t!. (Jopper company pn.pi'.se  iiiciciisiug their plant lo   1,800 ti.iis a  'lay.       '  The-Tiail sinoltui ships Komeiitiy  siber to Chinese b.inkuis and lni-l In  .lap.ui Inr l.ullets.     f< ^     '  The animal moelini; of the Lalioreis  Co-opcr:ili\c association (..pointing al  Golden was hold al Chicae.-., ,\\ lion it  was (lecided to const mot .. w.igon mad  from Golden to tlio coiup.in*,,'s Gno I  Luck mine' lo haul out oio loi thi  smeller which the'con-puny has buill.  The report state-h'tlioio is consideiable  ore available lor tr.inspoitat ion.   ,     '  POLITICAL.  I'lemier .Mcliiidc pioniises a railvni*,  policy. ,, ,   '- ; '  Hon. Wilson gives notice c.f bill to  piovide foi iegipti.ition ol'.conip.inii's'  mortgages " ' '  . J. A. iMacdoiuild -gives ncitiec of lull  to secure to tlioir clopeiidents wnges'i.f  deceasecl workmen. ' ,'  4,'l'l.e. Lauricr goveriiiiiont aio lning-  ing in logi.sl.ition to prcuide foi public  win Its being lot l.y eonti.ict.     -    ,     ' '  .1. A. .Macdonald has given notice lo  ask the goieiirnnienl why the l.w was  not'onfoiccd in llio case c.f t he Oic.ws  Nest. Oo.il Co.  The Eiluciiticni bill .is eiicnl.ited 'is  unci its piovisiciiih nie.iii s.iclilhng the  city with .inolher ^'2,000 aiiuu.'ill', Jur  cost i'l" education.  t'licler   the   aiiKiiioiiiv   l*i opn--.il>.   c.f  SELKIRK LODGE, NO   12,1. O. O. F.  iMe.-ls uvorj 'I'liesdiij,  evi iiIiik in, Selkirk  Hall at ' 8 o'clock.  Visit.nt? breth.on colli ially Invited to at,  lend.  I-'OSTI"-!!. N.CI.  I. MATH IK. Sue  lied Ifssc  iee' ini*i*ls scinnil  .ind   fo.ti'lli  I'ui'sil.irs in  i"ich  inoiil li;, While liosi) Ocfjri-c  nn*. l.s'l'hiid Tii.'siliij-lil ,encli (|...i.'lei-, in Odd  li-llnws Hull,   Visiuni; bii'lhu'ii welcome,  II. (JOOICI", T.,IIAUT,  l-ic-~.iili.-iil.   , , beiioliii-y.  lynopsis of RjjaUt.on-i ** lor Disposal  * Minerals on Dominion-Lands in Manitoba, tho  Northwest  Territories and  i    tlio Yukon Territory.    ,    -    '*��������� r  CANADAJO FORE  Takes Over National Defences.  Ottawa. Feb. 20.���������The Canadian  government will take over fiom the  Imperial authorities on July l<jt next  the Halifax- and Esquimalt defenses.  Canada will foot the entire bill of the  garrisons on the Pacific and on the  Atlantic coasts.  FINANCIAL.  Wo have icceiied irom lhe Ine.ii  agents, the I!c\ciljtoke Insurance  Agency, the 0.1 tr li annual b.ilaiice  .-beet of the Now York Underwriters  Ayeney of tlie If.ircloid File Iiisiir-  .nice ('oiiip.tny, of Hartford. This report shows the assets of tin* cr.nipiny  to he ^in.Utj'J.oS:*, and rlie surplu- tc  poliev holders n\ei ..II liabilities  ���������LViTt'. -2 IS.  We h.ue ,il-(. reccueil from the  lte\eNL(iko Insunuiee Agency tlie 7t,li  an ti i in I leport of the li C. Permanent  LiM.il and Havings Cn. of Vancouver,  for which the Reveistoke I iisiii.inc-c-  Company are agents. The report  .-a\J: " Tho directors in sul.mil I ing t.he  -ewiith anniial sintement of the  all.iir-' o,( the company, bog to call  your attention lolhe retrial k.ible m-  cic-.i.-n in the fi������-s������ot-������ nl" the company  dining tlie ymr. Our st.iteineiit for  I 'Mi .showed lol.il asset i of ijil.OOU i-l 8 -  Oli the .'icc-oiiipiinymg linanciiil ?tnto-  meiit shows that by Dec-ember lilst,  !!)0l,they Iind renched -RI,.100,777 17  making an iiicrun.'r-of one-third of one  million dollar-, din ing fin- yr-ni."  A Safe Cough Medicine for  Children.  piopns.iis  tlio gnvei iiiiiont   the  .Northwest is   to  to be di\ ided into two pr..vinccs   with  licgma and Edmonton   ,is the   icspec-  livo capitals.  A petition was pieseireil by T.  Taylor from G.S McCailer unci iiihci������  fen loiue to inlr..diic.-. a piii.ite bill tc.  ie.coiporate the Golden Liuht. Power  .u.d Water t'omp mi, I.iinilecl  The ~..ie|li*i iiiii-iij~ts me up u urns  against Hawtlinriitliwaiie's eieht hour  bill.- 'I'lie, (ir inby .s'liiflter m.in.ige-  nu-ut declared if the hill p.-i-.������ed tlnu  wn.ilil -hue down till it w...~ repealed  John Oliver cumpl lined of the unnecessary cn-t to the pro\ ince of i he-  government cafiitiE: the In.iisi- ;.i._'r-thor  when there w.i~ n>. I.u~iiit's~. i.'.iily  fo gn on with, and the premier nave  s'.nie n. n-er.-ic. i '-vcuse I'm not being  rculy. (  Finaiiee ii-.ini-ler Taliow-'mt roiluei d  a In!! licensing  criiiiirierc-i.il   sr.n. ll'-r-  l.iking   r.nl-rs  f..i   iiierehaiu'.isf- tu   l������  imported    into   the    pioiuir-i-.     Those  selling Iicjin.r<   ..ud cigars  will   be   iO-  C|iiirrd to pay+100 c-.ciy siv   month0.  For sel'iiiu'other in'irehiindisf .-fljll.        , , _  ,.   .-.   r.���������,.,, ���������, ,i   r   i.-   m   ,i ���������   ��������� .- . oi)  the baie  line or general ciiiectlon o  b. C  .-smith and  J, L  Mnt !iic-<c.ii   nl    ,h��������� ���������rpek or Blllch- the width boinK ,..,  \iiiii... .ne  nn-iii ini.i (I    .- l.k'-ly i>. li I i.-kh lo -'.fXi-. leel. All otliei   pl.icei , irlai.n.  siippiu-l'-'l III e.iliVenlli.ii   fm   . In   -.lie   I -h.ul be VIS luet, -i|ii.ne.  t inn nl the iii'.viiK'i il III,, i .1 ciimIii! ilo |     yx.iKm aie marked by two IC-g.U posta,  -      ,,, ' .      i    . , ���������     \i        on..* at each end,  bi-arln^ notices,    l-lntry  lor Uk.iii.ig.il. nr-\-l   eleeiioii      (.     \Ie   I ,nNHt b(J ol),ame(1 w,thin ten days. If Hi-  (Joimick     i.i"   tlie    K .1 in li ii iii-    I......!" I I i-l tl...  is  within  ten   miles of mining  if  I',.,.,,,,,,,.     jv   ,i,,,���������,,|,    ,.,,,,1-,.,,   ,,f    ,. ' i"i.l"i'a  ollice     One   extra  (I.iy  allow,  .ni inn1,     is   sii.mgli   -p..Mii   ..I    i   i ,,��������� ,,lcll Ildd[lion���������ll teu fI1||ea or fr.l(., ���������,  likely  lube   lb( -elictii.ii   "f the   c'i-1.   , I be pormon o.  rornp.in> sl.ikl.iK u (..iiui  serval lie-c ' '"..st li'.ld a free miner's cc-itlllinte  ,,.,'                , ,               . ".ie UlHiovrer of a new mine i.s nitiltcd  Ihe    t.i\,ili.ni ei.iiuiiis^piii    Ii.i-    |.-| ,��������� ,r  ,Jl|m of 1MJlJ ������eet lri  )t.IIKti,, ,llld  |f  III   '.r.i.l    nf   c l.is-lfl mi;   liiii''. 1 i Un- party con-=lita ut two,  l,M feet alto  ii IniiU   i.t In HMw, ii, ,,,   ��������� ,. ,1,1    "-"t'-'T, on the output of wlncn no roy.iltj  .. i.iiki- or in i wis. in in ,.-. i.nd | s|)i|| b(j c,,iirB,d> the reHt of the p.lltJ  I.i ml���������  i. iliiein--.' wild land   t.iv n- !' p< i    nnllnaiy claims only,  cent     lli.it   pi-i~"ii..l    I'l'.perlV   li\   I.'-'     KnlO- fee, 110     Royalty at tin; rate or  , ,      ,      r l������������ and  one-iialt  per cent on  llie  val-  li-puenl t" iwii-.bll.ls i.f   ..ii.   p.-   u-i.l      of tho gold Hhlppi.-d from the Yukon Tv  Itory to be paid  to the CJornptiollei  miner al.ali receive a Kran!  *  .  one mining claim cm each ���������������-���������),  Hint   I'tside-Iil   .igenr- nf   i.ut-i(|(  l.i ii ^1 -rate river, creek or gulch, but the wunt  t.i\(.l   nn   ~.il.~    tint   en ..iin-ifi.il i ""���������'*'���������  "���������a*/  hold, any  number of  claim)  , , ii, b/  purchase, and  free miners rn.iy we-t  ri.-iielc.s   be   f,i\ed   ,-ii'd   tn.it    ilic-O'.1    fh.-ir   claims   in    partnership    by    1111,1-.  1.1.\ be levied mi i-M r\ thing n\er   f.">(|() | notice and paying fee of VI    A claim may  \i.    \i ...A, .-,1,1 ���������,,",.   ... ii. ., .,. ,.,,.-.. 1 hl*  abandoned,  and  another obtained   on  .Mi    |\|.ic(|(,i���������il(l gi\e- until .- tn mc.-j |f|>, ^,ujle cr(:ek   guIcb or rWe,( bj KlvlnK  'that, wh.eie..u   the   piriuiei  nitii.i.if (I ' n������tic<-  and   paylns  a  Tee  l.i-l    -i���������iim   the   tniiinmc-iit    ...nild ' W"rk  must be done on  a claim  e-c*.  ,   ,.     ,                     .                 . ,.-,ir to the value of at leant J2M.  -nliiiill    <l"!mit'*   pii.piis.-ils   mi i.iilv-i)| iA  certificate  that  woik  has been  do if  m.ittei-��������� .ind pitim-ml  In c.ii a -i.'-ci.il ' must  be obtaln������'l  '-act. y������\ir; If cot,  if..  ,      ,i    ,                          ,i   ' (-l.il m  -thall  be deemed to  b<: abaiidoni" S  si.i.imei   i-ii K.i tli.it   piirp'-c  ;,���������(!,_ .L\\^)f   to occupation and  entry  bj   i  ' Coal.���������Coal lands may be purchased ai  11),per ttcie lor sofl coal and $20 lor an-  ���������hraclte. Nol more* than ���������0 acres can  il- acquired by one Individual or company." Hoyalty at the rule or ton cents  [.or ton of 2,000 pounds shall be collected  ���������n the gioss output.  Quartz.���������Persons ot eighteen years and  .ver und joint stock companies aolding  'iee miner's certificates may'oblaui entry  'hi a mining location.  iVjiiee minor's certificate Is grunted roi  ne or moie years, nol exi-ccdm**, live, up-  -in  payunenl in  advance  oC $7.G0~per 'an-  imn  tor an  individual,  and  Horn  ?50  to  IIUO per annum Cor a coiiipany, uccording  ���������o capital., ' ,        I  A fiee miner having discovered mineral  ,n place, may locale a claim 1500x1500 feet  -.j  marking out the same with two-legal  . posts,   bearing   location   notices,   one   at  acli end on the line of llie lode or vein  L'he claim shall be .eco.ded within iif-  , een days it located within ten     ,les ol.a  iiluing  iccorilei-'s   ollice,   one      .ditionul  ' lay   allowed   lor   everj    addtt...iial    ton  miles or fiaction.   The ree for lecordins  ���������  claim is J5. '  At least -flOO must be expended on the  laim eacli year or paid to I ne mining recorder In lieu thereof. When -.500 has been  expended or paid, the locator may, upon  'laving a survey made, and upon comply ,  ,n_ with other leuuiiements, purchase  ��������� he land at'$100 an aero.  - Pei mission may. be gianted by the Mln.  ibter of the .Inteiior 'to locat.. claims'  -ontaliiliig lion and mica, also c pper, in  .he Yukon Teiritory, ot-an aro-t not ex-  eeding 100 acres.  > The'pateut for a mining locatl a shall  p.6\ide for the payment" ol a loyalty of Iii pel  Lent ot lhe sales ol the I loducls ol tlio location  Placer .Mining, Manitoba-and the N.VV.  t'., excepUng the Yukon territory.���������  l-lacei .mining claims geuornlly-a.e 100  (eet E.c|uaie; entry tee, $5, le.iewuble  yeaily.i On the North Saskatchewan  Rlverfclaln������6 tor.either bar or bench, the  'oimer being 100 feeL long and extending  .letween high and low water niaik.' The  niter ineiudes'bar diggings, buL extends  back to the base ol Die lull or bank, lull  not exceeding 1,000 feet. Wheie steam  ,.uwer is used, claims 200 reel wufci may  he  obtained.  ' Diedging In the rlveis or Man.tnbu  and the N.*W. T., erxceplmg the X ikon  ierritory.���������A liee miner may obtain onl*.  iwo leases of live miles e<������ch lor a teim  of twenty yeais, renewable *n the disci e-  Uon ot  the Minister of  Llie Inlor'or.  The lessee's light is conlined lo t ie sub-  mei-ged beds or bais ol the rivci below  low water niaik, and subject to the rights  ut all persons who have, or who may le-  ...-ue entries lor bar dikKings or uench  claims, except on the Saskatchewan  River, wheie the ressce may diedge to  nigh water ma.k on each atw.'iiale lease-  iiuld.  l'he lessee shall have a dredge in opei-  ation within one season fiom the dale of  the lease for each live miles, bui where  a person or company has obtaiuei. moie  Chan one lease one diedge for each ht-  ceen mites or miction is su-tlcient  icenial, U0 per annum ior each mile ol  river leased Koyalty at ihe rate of two  unci a half per cent collected on Lie out-  UUL atier It exceeds rfio.OOO.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory.���������Six  leases of live miles each may be granted  to a free miner for a term of twenij  jcars, also renewable.  l'he lessee's right 13 confined to Uie  submerged bed or bars in the river below low water mark, that boundaiy to  oe fixed by Its position on the 1st day ol  August ln the year o������ tho date of the  i.'.tse.  Ine lessee shall have one dredge in op-  of the lease, and one cl.edgc lor each  eration within two years Lion, the date  ike miles within six years fiom such  d-.te Rental, flOO per mile ror the Hisi  j.-.u, and JIO per mile To. each subse-  ciui-ni year. Royalty, same as placer mining-  Placer Mining in the Yukon Teiritory  ���������Creek, river ,gulch and hill claims shall  not exceed 230 feet ln length,    measureo  THE   SIGN   OF  SUPERIORITY   IN   RUBBER  FOOTWEAR J    "������;.,    y  THE  TRADE  MARK   THAT  INSURES   COM-  PLETE SATISFACTION. * .'   ';.  '   '*  ���������vroTuiK is,m  -Lx dujsafteMlaU.; J Intend to apply Lc the  Chief Ooiiimihsliiiier of 1 jukK anil SVo.-ls fora  spec iul llceiisi) ioe.it and c-.in-y away iinl.ei-  f.ou. lho following deseribe.l lands in West  ICoote.iaj dlsliict:^- . ..  ('oiiiiueuciiig at a post niai-lccd "C. Abinl.ain-  SOIl'n lini'lll (���������I.II C.O.I.L-I- post" [ll.C.llI'll IWO Illlll'B  hack of llio Ainoiiaui, Syndlciile limits oil Soda  Ci-t-ek, lllg Hend, I home wesl, 80 cl. aiiif,, ll.ei.ee  noi-lli Ml eliaiiis, lliencc c-i.-l MM-liaiiis,  llienci:   '  soulli t-ilehains lo place ol commencement.  Dated l"c-b. "Ih, 1!M).'.     ... ,    '  v, CIIAWLICS AiritAIIAMSON.        >  VrOTIUK IS' IIKHKUY ritVKN Hml   lliiity  xN    dajs afler date 1  intend to apply lo the  Chief t'oiiiinihsionci' of ljiiuds and Works for a .  special license to cm, aud ecm-y away tunl.ci-  liom  the following described lands n.  West  '  Kodlenay disli-icl.:���������, ,  Coiiiiueuciug at post marked "C. Abraham-  son's uoi I h c'iis|, coi nor post" planted four miles  hack of the American Syndicate limits on Soda  Creek, Dig Ucml, llioncc soulli lllcliiilni, tliunc-u  wesl llidi luiiiih, llience noi-lli 11. chains, thence  east, lot) cIiiiiiis lo place ol coninionceiiieiit.  Dali-d l.'eb. 7lh,'l!H).-.. ���������    n  ('HAULICS AltliUIAIMSON. "  NOTIC1K IS HI'IU'IHY aiVKN Hml Ihilly  , diijs afler dale 1 intend lo ai.nly lc. llio  Clucl ('u.nniiHsioiiorof Ijiindsnnd Uoikh for a  special lieense lc. c-ut-iunl ciu-i-y awny limber  fiom I lie lollowiug dc-cnlH'd lands in West '  ICoolenay diMtiict:���������, .  Coiiimeiiciiii' at a posl iiuil keil." N T. Kd-  wincls' noi'lh-easl, corner pn-,1," planlcd llnc-c  miles liiu'l. of the American Syndicnlj limiis  oil Snila Creek, lllg Hend, I hence soulli Ml  chni iw, I henen west ,s() otiaiiis, llienco mil 111 .Ml  chains, llii'iieii east, .so'ehanis lo place ofooiii-  i.iei.i'ei.i.'nl. . ,'  Oalcil l-'eb. "Mi, l!K|-.. '     r  <: N. T.'KOWAKDS,  A  ,i  NO'I KJI-: is he.(.by kivoii ll.nl,,:i(l ilnjs afler  (- diile, I iiileud le appb In ll ���������) lloiiiiriiblu  lho Clnor,('..ininissi.tiiiir of IjiiihU und Worts  loi ii siii'iiinl licoi.-u In rut, nnd ei.rrj I hu} (ine  Iini- Iron. (Iin following ilo-crihcd Inudi iu Wost  Kniiluiiii)   Districl:��������� ,     -  C'oiiiiiK.iiciiiK ui,a posl, niiu-ki-d "('. Aln-iiliaiii  son's soul h-wesl   coi-iici- pusl," aiul  planicil nl,1  Snila Oii'i-I,-, Hig llcud, tliiiiii-u noi-tli 11^1 chains-,  Ilieui-H ens!, lllchiiins,   llience soulli  IO chains-,  lo l.l.ice. of cci.i.n.cnci-  I Item ii wesl, Id chain  IIICI.I, ���������  Out c-d Keh. 71 h, l!K)*i        ������-* '     ���������  CllAlfl.lOS.AIiltAIIAiMSON  NOTI0K IS  HKKIi-IKY  OIVKN   thuL thiily  i diij-afli'i-dalo  I   iiitc-ncl Ic. apply lo the  Cliii'l l/'iiiiimission.-.' ol I.anils ami  Works fora  special llceiihi* to cut  ami can-} awav limber *  Iiom liu* following described  lands'lu'West.   '  Koi.lenay disliicl,:��������� .  ,  Con. cum at, a post luiiiked " N. T. Kd-   <  wiuils' iioilJi-ui'bl. corner pi.st" in. I pluiiled nl.  Soda Cii'c-k, liig lli-uil, thence soulli 1(10 ulriiiis,'  Ihcnc-e east 10 chains, thence noi-tli llMloliains,  llience west, 10 chains to place of ooniinci.ee--  nienl.   ' -  - Jlnled Fell. Till, UK13.  ,"      '     , . N. T. l-lljWA 10)S.     '  "VTOTIOl- IS IIFItHIDY-dlVF.N  lhat thirty *  jy'    d.Ljsaflci-cl.Uu   I   intend lo apply lo  the  Chief Cniiiiiiisslonui- of Lands and Works fora <  special license Jo cut. and cm ry away tinibi-r i  lu.ii.  thu  follow ...g rtlcsui iliuil 'funds iu 'Wost,  knotuuay disliicl,:���������  C'oiiiineiicingal a post iniii-Led "t!. Aln.iliain-  sons unit li-eusl, cm nor poil" planted at, Soda  '  Ciecl,-, llig lie.nl. thence wesl,,s(l cliniiis, thence  south ail chains, thence easl Ml eliains. llience  north Ml chains lo place of coiniiicncoitionl.  Haled Feb.7th, IWia.  -".     .     -'      OII.VKI.FS AHKAIIAMSON." '  ������������������<?  WE ARE MOVING  1 , *    r '. -   '- ',  .-���������.long with'llit* limep unci   into  our NIOW PltHM IS US. exactly opposite r  tour old Mni e.    We'nre now'enwilled Io,display to full advantage  : ; .,.. ..     -  Hardware ofv se,v:ery description ^  We  b.-ive .il.s-o ,-iilele'il "a -NliW TINSMITH aiicl .PLCMHING SHOP?  I'jStim.ites given on Tiiisinithing and Pliiinliing.  -    '     General   1 lardwaic*,'Spoi-ling'(lo.'.ds.'P.iinl.s,1 UjK,  "Souvenir" _ ���������.  (       '"-"Stoves iiuil (Joolving'R.inges,' lUiLiinulleilViul TifiwVire, efUITT-li:T'��������� -  LAWRENCE HARDWARE GO. LTC5  . -.-..   ^ CO T T  Fashionable Tailor.  Grobd    Workmanship.      Perfect   Pit.  Union   Made.  McKENZIE AVENUE  VJOIKJI'.is lio.ol.y give. Ilml/Wldiivs ������ftor  XV il.-.te, I niloii.l Lo npiilj lo tho lie n. lho  (.l.iur Ciimniissioiior or Lands mid Works  for a spiiciul license to cut .incl*ciirr> away,  iunliiir run., tho following' described lands.in  Wesl Iviiiiteini} DistricL:���������  Commencing..it, a-post,1 iniii-kcd "N. T, Kd-  .w.uils soulli-w-csl, coi-iici-post" andplaiitedal,  Soda (.ivt-k. Big ileud, llience east. 10chains,  I hence noi I h IM) chains, |li(>ncc west, 10 chains,  llienci* soulli KKI eliains to "place or coinincncc- '  111011 (.  Daleil Feb. 7lh,'l!K)'i.     ,  N. T.'lCDWAlinS.  NOridi, isJ hereby givon' Unit 30 dnjs  r..ftu. dutu I intend to apply to llio Jlcinnr  able the (Jluaf Coiiunissioiior of Liiiuls and  ���������Worts fm n spocial license to cut nod carry-  awaj timber r.om ��������� the following described  lands, iieWost Kooton...v,Oistrict:��������� '  ,  _Coiiiiiii-iiciiiK.il n post. .narked " N. T. Ed-  ivai-ds' iid.-I h-wost corner post" plnnlrel'nt. Soda  Creel.-. Ilig Hend, thence east, III chums, thence  south KVI chains,.(hence wesl Id chains.-!hence  no. Hi-inn chains to place of commencement.  Dated Feb. 71 li, 1'KV-. '  *��������� ���������,      -.- I"      N.T. KOWAIIDS.*   -  MOTIOK IS-IIKHKIIY OIVKN lhat thirtv  ';,. ('.ays after dale I intend lo-apply to. llio  Clncf Oiiiniiiihi,ioni.|-or Ijimds and Works for a  special license to cut ami, carry away, limber  from the following dcsciiheil lands in West  Ivoolcnay Distuct:���������- ~s ,  ���������.  > Coiniiiencing at a post niarkcdr " V.-",T.  Jul wants' soiilh-wcst cornel post" at .lordaii  Clerk, liig llcud, ll.ci-ce noi-tli- 1(10 chains,  I hence* east 10 chains, thence south 11X1 chain- .  Ilicnc-o west, to chains lo place of coiniiience-  inciil. .  Dated Feb  IIh, IIK1."*.  N.T. FJJWAKIIS. ,  Jt.  Next,  IIOWSON   & O  REVELSTOKE, B. O.  "VrOTUIH is hereby given Iliat, SO dajs liflor  JL> .dale, I iiitoml lo apply In the-('hiof Com-  .iiissiouui of Ijiuids and Works'for u special  I icons.) I., oui. and c.irrj aw.ij timber from (he  following doscribeil lands in West Kootona.  ilistnel:��������� (  Commencing al a post marked ''(;. Abr.ihair.-  son s south-east, co.nor posL planlcd at Soda '  Creek, Dig lloml, t hence norl h Kid chains, I honco  wesl II) chains, I hence south KiO chains, thence  i-.isl, 1(1 chains lo place of coiiiiiienccnienl.  Dated Feb. 71 h, 1!KI.*>.  GIIAKLES AIlllAir.VMSON.  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  Newly built.      First-class in every respect.     All modern conveniences  Largo Sample Rooms.    '  Rates SI.50 per Day,' Special Weekly  Rates.  Queen's Hotel,'Trout Lake, under   same management.  S & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  pc.it' i  .111.1 c.  ���������Hid .-f.")!)') e\'( inptmii he a!...!.-b. d, rii it I iltory to b  hniikdeht" and l'iiik(lep'.sits hei-u-nipt  j m;^ [^ '  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage :  *:s^^5s������^'Oalgary,, Alberta  NOTICE IS'IIKKEIIY GrVKN thill, thirty ^J  dajs after dale. I intend lo make apple -SA"!  cation to the lion. Chief (joniinissioiierot Lands ~iitl  and Woi l.s lor a special license* to cut and "^"  c-iu-rv away liiuhpi- from lho following des-  oiilted liuiils in West ICoolenay .list, ict:���������  Coi.iiiienc.ng at. post marked "NrT. ICilwards1  soulli east coi-nei-post " one mile west of the  Aiuciiu.ui Hjndic.ile limiis on Jordan Creole,  llig Hend, llience west SO'eliains, thence north  SO chains, thence cast SO chains, thence south 80  chains lo place of commencement. . .  Dated Fob. lib, llltlj.  N. T. KDWARDS.  "VfOTICJ-: IS HRUKHY OIVKN tluitflliirtv fK  JL> dajs afler dale I intend lo apply to th- "j������  Chief Ckiiiiiiiissionei of Lands and Works for r������    "Hg  special license lo cut and cany awaj timber  tioin lhe following dcsc-i-ilied lands in Wesl  ICoot enay d isi i icl.:��������� ���������  Commencing al. a post marked '-C. Abraham-  son's noil h-wesl, corner post" and planted at  .Ionian Clock, llig Hend, Ihenco south '���������Hid  chains, I hence east Id chains, I hence north Iff)  chains, llience wesl forty chains to place of  (o.nnii-iicemeiii. ���������  Oaledli'eh. III]. I!*)...  ICIIAKLKS AIlltAIIAilSON.  We nn- ii (ri.iiig'Weekly SI.ip..lents of  Choice DAIRY Butter  in Small Tubs  liml lhe lli.ug fm l-'.unilj Use.  GROCERIES  w hen as,   sueli   *.i".-iiui  In buying a cough medicine for  children never he afraid to buy Oham-  berlain'H Couch Kemedy. 'I'lioro i.s no  danger from it and r'dief is alwnyn  sure to follow. It i.s especially valuable!  for cokla, croup and whooping cough.  For sale by all druggists.  and,  w.i- no' li' Id,  .-un! w In-Hit-, dill lllg I e pir-cut -es  ���������moii legi-dul'mii is neces~.ir,v I "king  to lii-lt, i tMii-iport it ion f.i'ilil a J,  llieiel'i.H- this iioii-c i( gn t.s f lie inde-  ei~inli of r In giiieiniiK nt and ltu n  pe.il.il failiiri' lc dei! imIIi.im uigei-l  public.  (|liesll(ill  lliiwtliiii-ntliwaile's I'Jighr. l!('in Law  for .snioltoisi wn.s defeated on .secniid  rending by '2"������ to 12. ' Me.s.-rs Ifuw-  tluiriitiiwiiitc, Houston, 1'iivid.ir.ii nnd  Frn.soi-spoico in sti[.p'ort. of the '('ill und  iMcssrs. Mcliride, iMiicilonnld, Oliver  unci Drown against. Maeelonnld con-  nidered ho .should not, vote as lie was  counsel for one of the smelter companies.    Those voting for thu measure  free miner  The boundaries of a claim may he lc-  flne'l absolutely by having a H.ir/ij  made and puMlsl.l/iK notlc-H In tho Yule m  Orfici.il  O.i/ette  l-ctioli-um.���������All unappropriated Do'ci n-  rnn f.findi In .Vfanltob;., the No, tb-*/"*  Tc.rltories and within the Yukon Ter-1  tory are open to pro-cpcctlng for p..re.  I'lirn, and tho rnlril"ter may rc*eri '������.  mi Individual or company h_������--lng J i  cihlnery or. tho land to I.e. '.ircmpoctrel,  an (irea or 010 acres. Shoiil., the pr.'fl  pecior dlBcover oil In pnylii-* (|iiantltl.*-  nnd .satisfactorily CHtaWIdh auch' dlacoi  ery. an area not exceeding (ill) ncrcH, Ir-.  eluding tho oil well and such other Inno  aa may bo (le term I nod, will be Bold tc  the discoverer at tho rato of %\M an  aero, BUbjoct to royalty at' such rate, n*  rnny bo Bpoclflod by order-ln-coiincll.  Department   of   tho   Interior.   Ottawa  W. VV. CORY,  "Deputy of the Minl-iter of the Iutoi.jr.  Our -tl'ek of Ficuh   Kiuilh is complete  in cw-iy line,    ('all and   e.\amino.  I'lK-es am! (jiuility to suit, all.  BakerssConfectioners  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Gash Prices Paio.  F.   B.   W^ELLS,  Exporter of Purs.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  I'roinpl, delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc., lo any pari, of the City.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  TKLRl'IIOiVK NO. 7.  MOTIOI- IS niCRKHY OIVKN Unit .'IO days  aftei- date 1 intend lo apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and''Worts for a  special license io cut and carry away I miner  fiom (he following dc-sci died lands iu We-".  Ivooteiin.} dish-id,:  Commencing at, a post nuii'Lcd "('. Al.ial.ain-  son s -oiilli eiist eoi-nei- posl and planted two  miles west ol lhe American Syndicate limits  on lhe'.Ionian Creek, llig Hend, I hence south  1(1 chains, thence west KKI chains. Ihenco noitli  III chains, llience easl 10(1 chains to place of  loininciKeinc'iil.  Dal eel I'-cb. Ith. IlKi'i.  OIIAIILKS AllliAIIAMSON  %  H  I  i  '.  nATFMTQ        Trademarks  |���������*r\  I   CM   I   O    nnd Copyrights  " obtained in all countries.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  "Mechanical jMloi ncy and Kngiucer.  Iti...... II, l'-|iii-llcld  lllock, OiamillcsL., lieu I'.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  j\   postcard  will secure an evening appoint  nient for those who cannot call during the day  J.   SAMSON  Painter, Paperhanger, Signwriter  KALSOMINING   DONE.    ���������    !  Orders receive prompt attention.  Second street,      -      BEVELSTOKE  NOTrCE.  In Il.o matter of the j\ct respecting coi tain  worts in in-on navigable waters, being  Chapter IK. It. S. C��������� KSsC.  ���������vf-OTici.:  is in-m*isv  OIVKN lhat, one  J-> inoiilh after date thc lievelstoke Lumber  Company. Ijiinlied, will apply lo the Go-.ornoi-  in Council undci- the provisions of llie above  mentioned Act for appi oval of plans for the  constiucLion or certain pier*, and iiooms for 'i'i  gathering, booming and holding logs and tim &>  ber in the Columbia Itiver at and  near the       rt,;f  point known as I he " llig Eddy" near the City  or Kovelsloke, llnlisli Columbia ; and Unit said  Loiiip.ui) have deposited  plans of the works  proposed Lo be conti-ucled and iidcscnplion of  the site theieof asi-eiiuired l.y lhe said Act with     ������j3  the Minister of Public  Works nt Ottawa, On-    i"s^l  tario, and with the Itegislrar of Land Titles at    te^i,  Nelson, IIrili-.li Columbia. i^f;.  Daledat lievelstoke,  H. C��������� this. 8lh day of    %L'���������  February, 1!K)>. fe. >;  HARVKY, MoOARTICK & PINKKAM    Tftm  Soliciloi-s Tor the Applicants.       h}&l  CERTIFICATE  OF IMPROVEMENTS,  NOTICE.  r*Sc:,*  WW.  ,*?���������:. i*  District.  _ TAKE! NOTIOK that. T, Fiedcrick It. Ulock-  berger of Hpssl.ind, B. C, [recorded owner of  the above named claims) free miner's certlfl-  calc No. iwi.llll, intend, sixty clays from the  date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder  for a certificate of Improvements?for Hie pin-  pose of obtaining a Crown grant- of the above  claims.       ., ,  And further take notice that action, uiidur  section.37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such certificate of improvements  Dated this lllth day of January, A. D. nxr,,'  F. R, BL0CKBEUGEB,  ''VSi  -I *_..  'd-  in*  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  <��������� '-  ,!''<*  -fli '  If  *8.  *T-i.  -���������S3]  -ftl  3������l  ~m  %  Mi  -111  If4  ���������j-i>.,jr  If*  '1  ii  The Nurse  Could not g*t,t alorr^ without  BOYJRIL. - Tt aootlicB, it comforts,'and nourishes,',,in- every  kind of sickneas. * The patient  is' always   ready   for   a   cup   of,  BO VEIL, iarul -wi'll take.it cheer-  ' . ���������  fully ��������� often   eagerly ��������� where '  aolidfood'is refused.    The'lead- .  ,    ing   hospitals   of  Canada- keep  BOVRILori their-.order-list. It'ia  " one of their staple articles of diet.  "fWritiofls���������&dici8HS-- rtrengthening'''  7fi\  LUMBERING.  ��������� ���������   ,      j   , .  Yale-Columbia Lumber Co.  The Yale-Coluinlii.i 'Lunil.er  Coni-  7<paii}' has one of thc largest lumbering  enterprises in the west,    it was incor-  ' porn ted   in   1S99,   with  a capital   of.  .$500,000, to'hiuulle*'tho' mills jit'tfu  .kusp;' ltobson - and    Cascade.   ' The  .N-ikusp mill is one of thc,oldest industries ,in   the district, having'been  .established in-lSiW by.P. Genelle. The  ��������� company's  mills  have a  capacity  of  over 100,000 foot per 'day, the output  ..of the ditVcrcntdn'iillsy being: Ca&ca'dc  25,000 feet  per clay,  and tlie  ltobson  land JNakusp'Mills each '10,000 feet per,  ���������day.    ��������� y    *     ������ -  The company have extensive timber  limits connected witii each, and have  .three  tugs  on   the' Arrow    Lake   for  mid No' 2 fir drop biding were in creased %l a thousinicl, iind six-inch Iir ceil-  'ing was advanced %l n thousand  higher than , four , inch. Lath was  advanced 25 -cents a thousand and  advances niiulo'in 1\-1. and lx'i common boards and 'fencing,1' .shiplap, Iir'  joists and  scantlings nnd timber and  cedar .sidings. '  " ,    ' ', -i   ' ���������  A Flourishing Industry.  <-������ ������i j     '    '  y At Vernon i.s located one df the  niiost up-to-date and progressive'sash-  and door fiictoiios"in the province. It  is owned by S.,C. Smith,, who', dining  the past year] has largely extended liis  buildings and plant. Thc main "building is1 72ft .by. 100ft. The plant is  cap.iblo.bf turning out 100doors a day.  The-factory, 'is heated by steam and  every' considoi ation showir for' the  comfort, of  the employees.   The clust-  accompanied by George Hamilton, of  Neepnwa, who is also interested in the  company.   ,  The Merrill-I'ine-HlissCompany has  been ori-anist-d to esial.hsh mills rin  B.C. '    f      ,  The Burton Saw Woiks.at Vancouver me so busythey have .s-*nt oiist for  more expert help.  ' The' Commercial considers timber  prices in Westei n Canada will be sufrVr  during the coming season. -  Mr. Avery,,_of Shin hot Lake, Man  has been appointed to succeed the late  W. It. Beatty as manager of Arrowhead Lumber Company, and has gone  west to confer with fi. .McCormick,  one of the company's directors. ,  A ' deputation representing the.  Mountain Lumbermen waited on the  Government at Victoria, Tuesday. T.!  Taylor, M..P.P.,'introduced the delegation, and G. S. 'McCarter, ns spokes-,  man, asked legislation be enacted?  giving special timber licenses a tangible  value; thiough statutory renewal,  making them negotiiital.lc at , the  bunks. The Piemiei replied, the  matter would have tlie most serious  attention -of the government and  answer given in a few clays. T. Kilpatrick, M. Carlin and C. F. Linel-  mark'woie on the deputation.'  -YALE-COLUMBlA.-LUMBER.CO'S.aMTLL, 'NAKUSP.  -.serving. Nakusp   and   Kobson   mills.  This! season they ���������have tluee  logging  camps in opeiation1 on1 the lakes for  ; supplying the Nukusp arid llobson-  - mills.     Thc directors of the company  are P. Genelle, G.  V. Genelle,. G.  S'.  ���������McCaiter,   J., Poupore,    and   J.    G.  ���������Billings, 'sec.-treasuier.  a   Statistics of Mountain Mills.  Speaking on the address at Victoria  ,T. Taylor, M. P. P., said:���������There were  32mills in  the   Kootenays.   These, if  -running would cut 1,515,000 feet a day  of ten hours.1 They ���������repiesented  $2,6111,000 in capital, employing :5,51a  men. ' There had not been a dividend  paid in any.    Jn connection with this  ���������there were GOO special licenses of from  2 to 12 years. The ground rent to* the  province was .fGO.OOO, and  additional  ��������� revenues- of $170,000 brought the  amount 'paid  to  the government  to  and shavings: ure carried bfV from the  various machines by pneumatic e.x?  hausters, and the' factory' has an air of  cleanliness and order .only too raiely  seen. L.-C. Teeple, an experienced  man at the business, has been appointed foreman of the'factoiy.  The plant includes chain mortice  and tennoning machines, sand polishers,.which give the doors turned out  ut tho factory thc finest possible finish;  lelisher, sash sticker, band saws,  lathes, shapers, power mortiser, buz/.  planers, automatic giinder, , panel  razor and Bander, moulding sticker,  large .surface planer, automatic ripsaw, 10in.- sticker, resaw to take  any width up to 20 inches cut-otV circular, jig saw, two saw benches.  The motive power is supplied by a  Waterous engine of GO horse power. A  GO-light'dynanio supplies the. light for  the. factory. * The boiler and engine  room are in a liic-proof brick building  YALE-COLUMBfA LUMBKR CO'S. TUG BOATS ON ARROW LAKE.  $239,000. The mill men held about  nine-tenths of the land under special1  licenses owing to the peculiar way in  which the timber' was distributed.  This method gave no stability of title  . to those holding them. It was proposed by the inillmen to overcome the  dilliculty by regulations which would  place them on more equitable ground  with those holding 2L-yeur leases by  making these licenses renewable.  Failing this they were prepared to  turn these licenses into lenses, paying  $115 a square mile, and an extra  royalty of JOc'  American Lumbermen Raise  Prices.  An advance in tho prices of lumber  has been announced by thc Pacific  Coast Lumber Manufacturers' Association, and this is said to bo the lirst  step towards restoring values on the  finished; timber output of tbe coast to  thoir normal position! The advance  averages 50 cents all along the lino.  No.l and No,22g tir ceiling and No.1  thus ensuring the greatest safety from  fire.  In connection with the factory is a  splendidly equipped drying house  heated by steam, into which the  lumber to be dried is run on steel  trucks and withdrawn as required.  The glazing department is a model  of arrangement, and there is well-  equipped glueing box also steam heated  for handling wood work which has'to  be fastened together with glue.  Mr. Smith intends making still  further additions to his plant, and  already it is an industry of great value  to Vernon as nn employer of labor.  Thc output of the factory finds a good  market in the northwest.  CHIPS.  Eastern American lumbermen fear  a lumber famine.  Oui Monday..Thomas' Meredith, of  Yorkton, one of the directors of the  Arrowhead Lumber Co., arrived on his  way to tho company's mill, where he  will  remain  for  a  time.    He  was  TROUT LAKE MILL  Injunction- Suit Proceedings,at  ���������  ''*   Vancouver. ���������  The suit Kinman'v. Ciina'dimi Timber and Sawmills Cn.np.uiy has reach-,  ed anothei stage. Judge Forin decided  that Leslie Hill bought in-the property oH'ered at, the h!ieriH"s' sale as  agent for defendants,wheieon the slier-  ill re-seir/ed it.'biit'an injunction was,  appliid'foir to stop the sale.' This was  lie.ud befoie Judge 'Morrison at Van-,  couver when the judge censured tlie  slic'rifV for ie-sci/.ing' goods to which  he had aheaely given title. ;     y        ���������  The World a.tys-dtcame out, that  all soits of actions' for damages arising  out 'of the matter weie hanging over  the sheriff's head, one of" them ��������� being'  for $20,000. 'Mr. McCarter for plaintiff stigmatised them as bluffs, but  Mr. Davis for defendant grimly iissuied'  him,he would Iind out. whether'they  were bluffs'or not? befoie he was much  older. " -    ,      '"  - "They have paid a bundled cent." or.  the dollar,to other 'people,',.said .Mr.  'McCarter,"and thev mount, tb beat^us  .out."-       , *     '  Then somebody said '"fraud," oi Mr.  (Davis thought he hoard-somebody say  it, for licwas on his,feet in.an.in.staut,  lcplyin'g hotly ro the insinuation that  -his client was cl.iiining.iinythitig that,  was not1 absolutely his,own. ���������  d  .",\Ve -want the /protection ,pf the  court,".said Mr. McCaiter. .,'f\V.e .want.  the .goods tied up so that Hill cannot  dispose obthein.'' >  "Why should he not dispose o!-tlie'in|  f tbey aie his own?" askecb, his  lordship", y.       . yd     y"    ~.  > ,.,  ���������" "We maintain that tbey are, not his  'own,".replied Mr. McCurter.',    '  ' n, )  ��������� "Well, he would'-lie a fool? to sell  things-which.diet not .belong' toiliiiii,','  l'eplied'his lordship.        - a    ' I  ��������� It was very evident tliat;Mr."McCar-  ,tei was" not "byya'ny, means "satisfied  'that Mr". Hill'might licit, be^j list-that  [kind of a'.fbob after mil, jllcwas selling the goods even now/ he said.      ? r  '���������That*seems to me to-l.e pretty good  evidence^tbat he ownsithem." saiiUiis  loidship. _ .     _       >    ���������  Finally bis lordshipdilimated that  he could not see anything to displace  ,the fact that Hill had a good title to  the goods from the, sheiiff. JEe-was  sony to heal'sheiitl's in Biitish' CoU  umbia fiequently seized goods belonging to third parties. He thought in  tlie present instance at .all events tho  sheriff should have*been very careful  to satisfy himself the title he bncLhim-  self given hill bad not been "tiansfei-  red. He did not seem fo have done  anything of the. kind but to have  seized tlie goods a second time simply  because he had *��������� lie.ud that Judge  Forin had -found -that Hill was the  agent of tlie company.  The application, for an injunction  was granted.  ' Later on Mr. 'McCarter, for Mr.  Kinm:in, was heard in an interpleader  suit, when he pointed out in the Mus-  kett case the court held the shciilV  could sei/.e and resell goods found to  ha\e been bought "by an agent foi the  owner and that Mr.- D.ms upheld such  seizure in that case.  Judge .Morrison's decision will be  appealed. .        RAIL-AND,STEAMER.  Forty-four persons were injured in a  wreck on tbe Eiie line near l'ater.son,  X. J.  Supt. Marpole passed thiough Tuesday on his retui n from a confcience  with Mr. Whytc at Winnipeg. Supt.  Kilpatrick accompanied him to the  ooast.  The, telegraphers', delegation from  British Columbia have settled their  differences with the company at a conference with Mr. Whyte. The night,  operators will be paid for Sunday  work. Tlieir increased pay will probably total five per cent'.  Grand Cliicf Warren S. Stone of  the Brothei-hoc'd of Locomotive Engineers has intimated to the presidents  of the big railroads that unless a  change desired by tbe brotherhood in  the rules for physical examination of  engineers i.s granted forty-eight thousand engineers, from one end of the  country to the other, will go on strike  on March 1. In that case the engineers arc counting on the support of  the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and the various organizations of  which the trainmen of all grades are  members. The change desired in  physical examination is for thc benefit of men long in the service���������the  older men, whose eyesight cannot  stand the optical tests at present imposed on men who apply for the place  of engineer. It is to save the jobs of  these older men that the brotherhood  is working.  ,...������������������ ���������.    ���������'.;���������'.-  I)."McDonald won the pipe presented  by Koy Symthe iu his pool tounre-  went. . ������������������; ?  A Chicago Alderman Owes his  Election to,,Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy.  " 1 can heartily and conscientiously  leeninmeiid Chainboi Iain's Cough  Remedy for .illections of the throat  and lungs," says Hon Juhn Slienie.lc,  220 tSo.' Peoria St., Chicago. "Two  yearsligo chiiing a political campaign,  I caught, cold' after being overheated,  which irritated my throat, aiid I was  finally compelled to stop, as 1 'could  not, speak ajpud. In my oxtiemily a  friend ad������ised nioto use Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy. 1 took two doses that  afternoon and could not 'believe my  senses when J found the liext morning  the inllaniation had largely subsided.  I took 'several closes that^day, kept  'righton talking through thecompaign,  and I thank-'this medicine that J won  my scat in the council.'' /Phis remedy  Jis foi sale by all druggists: ' ,  ^a^-is-^^^-ss-^^-s-^-^-s-ss-s 5^-533? ^-: ~ -; "o^ zsi^sf^^sus^^^^^&ri  ^-^^  2  /j*  I ' WELLS,  '  I    RICHARDSON &  ���������   CO.'S  Bsro  3___:xt:_:  OrCTS2.S5S !  i'  Gives the True Golden June Tint that Guarantees Prize Butter.  -- The Largest and Best Creameries and Dairies in the World Use It.  LOOK FOR THE DANDELION TRADE MARK.     BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTES AND IMITATIONS.  it i j ' i  IT'S EASY  Comfortable Living  WITH A     '  Chatham Incubator  i        .    i - '.  'Poultry raising- with a Chatham  Incubator is ,a very profitable 'and  easily managed occupation. , Unless  you.want to gx> into it extensively it  need-take but very little of your time.  Government reports show'that the  demand for chickens in Canada is  greatly in excess of the supply and  ��������� Great Britain is always clamoiing-  ,'for more. , Th.it means a steady  market and good prices for chickens.  You cannot laise chickens successfully with a setting hen. She is wasting time setting when she should be  laying? While she in hatching anil  blooding a few chickens she could be  laying, five or six dozen eggs. .The  percentage of chickens she hatches is  much less than that produced by,the  Chatham Incubator. ''   -  It will pay you. to own a Chatham  Incubator. '       ( ,  ' Chatham Incubators contain every t  1 improvement of, importance in Incu-  ,,bator construction that has been produced. Theyare made of thoroughly  seasoned wood, with two walls, case  within case. Between - these walls^  mineraliwool is,packed forming the'  very best insulation. Each piece of  the case is mortised and grooved and  screwed, making the whole as solid  as a rock.    Chatham.Incubators are"  -equipped   with   scientifically perfect  regulators   which'  are   an   infallible i  .means of re^ulalingryithe temperature.  No cash to pay until  ^October, 1905, ������������������'  We will start you raising poultry  for profit with a Chatham Incubator  without one cent of money from you  until next Fall. That means tli.it you  can take off seven or eight hatches  and make considerable money out of  the Incubator before the first payment  becomes due. ' . '  We couldn't make this ofler if we  were not certain that jf you accept it  you will get complete satisfaction,.if  we were not positive that the Chatham  Incubator will pay you a handsome  yearly income. -  This is a straightforward offer. We  make .it to show our supreme confidence in the Chatham Incubator. We  want you to accept this offer as we  are sure of, the satisfaction our Incubator will give. Every machine we  have put out so far has made other  sales in the same neighborhood.  Our offer ia to send you a Chatham  Incubator at once,-freight prepaid by  ui without one cent of cath from_you.,  You make your first payment in  October; 1906. The balance to be paid  tn October, 1906, or if a Cash Buyer  you get.it cheaper. ..Could any offer  , be fairer or /norer generous ? ,  SMITH FAI.I3. OW.. KoTomlicr lltb, 1901  The Incubator anil Hroodnr that I ..tiUKli. Iron, your  agent, ou timo I wlali now to pay Hit. Mlmlo ninu.int  thlri Call, lf you will ulve me i illscoma    I 1.111 v<-iy  . i.iurti pli.Aar.1 with bull. Incnliator amI llrooilcr. iin.l  would nut lie without th.Mii. !������.-< ausi, I 11, nr* .1  thin  isaiuu. mote than the Incubator anil llrootltr tost in.  Youn reanectfltlly  i      MKS  W  niSI.OP.  Write us to-day for full particulars  of our offer and. mention this paper.  Don't put it aside for another lime as  this special proposition may be withdrawn at any time.  THB MANSON CAMPBELL CO., Limited  .Dept226chatham, Ont.  MANUFACTURERS 01*  Gaklham Ffcnnltiit M.lla and Chatham Farm Sralci  DI-.TKIBin-.Hll WARIH0U3R3 AT  Montreal. Qua . l.randnn. Man . Calniiry. Alta ,  Now Wntmlniter, I. C. Halifax, K H.  ���������* rACTORlKS AT  Chatham, Out, and Detroit, Mich. 11  mmmmm  Standard lomedy (op Gleet,  Gonorrhoea and Runnings .furry/1  i IN 48 HOURS.    Cures Kid- --"I"11  nty and BL-'dor Troubles.  your fricncls when you canof=  'fcr them 'i cup of [-(.'freshing',-  It- puts  everyone .in ,i.u:  best humor, nnd the minutes  lly quickly. ���������,"   ��������� ���������        ��������� '    f < ��������� ��������� ������������������ ���������  t - Tin:'Red Label is'thc most popular blend.  -ffigjuaaw-WiWrV * -,������JiaeM3B>  Haley on Hot Springs  ^Sanitarium.   ,  l* n ~i  BAB,Y9'S   OWN  SOAP,   !   '  prevents    roughness    of   the  skin and chapping.  Hestfor toilet an J nursery use. oui  AtBERI T0IIEI .SOAP,,C0.,.Mfrs. .MONTREAL  ml. 13 MKniOAiyWATKRHdif. 11.il  I      cyon me tin- mi.ht c-ur.il ivc" in Un-  woi Id. ..A perfect, iiiit-ui.il i.-nie.ly   I...'  .ill   Nei vous,, nncl   iMusi-uliii    ilisi-u-...-.,  l-iiver, Kidney mid'.Sloiii.u-li   iiiliii.-iil-  niid  Metallic .Puisniiiiijj;.'   A -iii.-iiu-.  I'm-   "That  Tired   Keeling.",     Wp.ii.il  rates on"all' lio.its  ,-ii'id   Ii.iiii-.... Tv."4  in.iilf.   airive nnd . ilepm t  every   day.  Tulegr.i .h -tc.iiiiiiiiiiic-iilii.il    with 'all  pni-ts of the 'World.*  An ,ex|������i-rii'iiu-d  iii.is,Hiiii|j;ci'.,y r   I      ,-    , ' .  Hdlcyori Hot Springs  ' '.    Arrobo LaKe. "B. C.    -  Woiildfike to Become  A High Pi-icecl���������Steiiogr-iphei'?|'  A Successful .Fruit Grower? -  'An Expert Correspondent?  A Practical Prospector?  A Scientific pyirmei'i?' ' ,"  A Book Keeper ? ��������� y  An'Ad. Wi-iter? >   - ? ',  A Journalist ?  We   have  courses   in. over 400  different  suhjeclh.'-rOur  eouri-e'is,  recognised l.y   lending   educator1-.  ���������" Write to     .  i      r 4 4  Tlie Canadian Corrcsponclencc.Collcge, Ltd.  1       - '  i (.rout.., am., - " a    i  ' '.    oi to  Tin-: Kamloops Genekai. Acikncy  I ,.   Kaniloop*., li, <1.  oLt.  . Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese  and Japanese goods. r  The best assortment- ever.  landed in Reveistoke of  useful and ornamental  articles:        " ���������  , Tea services .      Iflowei- 1'ot.s  Plato- , Uml.iell.i St.mils  Bit-kel-s ' I.inic-li Iliu-kclJ,  CiuieUh.uis' SinukliiK .liu-tcls     '  IIancll.ereli.ofs Silk floods.     ;  GOLD I'MSH  Kiucsl,stock of eiuiilicn and fi-iuls in Inwii.  u Front Street, Reveistoke  HENRY'S NUflSEBIES1  NEW 0ROP    '     '  HOMl";   fillOWN   AND   IJU'OltTKI.  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  Tl KM/SAN OS OK Kit U IT  ' AND OKNAMI'NTAIi TUNES  ltllOnOUKNOHONS,   rtoSHH,   CIKIOKiV-     ,  HOUKK.  AND   IIARDV   IM.A.V'r.S  .    lor Spring plunliiiK.  Cut Flowers, Floral Desi-rns, etc  HNN IIIVNS AND.Sl'IMMJKS.  NNUTIIilSKKS.  Nastern pi-iu-.soi- less     While  labor.  Catalogue I'r.'i-.  Buy Direct���������Save Agent's Commission  M. J. HENRY,  ���������5010 Westiiiinslei   l!.������nl  VANtJOUVNU,       -.        M. (J.  OOPJAN STEAMSHIPS.  Royal Mall Lines.  Cheapest Route to tno Old Country.  jVLIjAN LIN I'-ri-om st. .ici....  I'lirisiiin- I'^1'---?  Hiiviii-iiui .'.-.���������-' '.-"'"���������.i  VicKiriiin -V,'11"-   '  'I'liiiisian ���������*"ir*',?  VirKiniiui Mi11"- -���������'  CAN. 1'jVC. j\TriANTl(JS.S.���������I'roin St. .lull...  ljiikcitlliiuiipliiin ,l',i;l1-'f?  Ijiikc. Krio -��������������������������� J'11-'!  ljiiku .Miu.it.ol.il llnr. -���������'  AXIKKKJAN IjIN'M-I'Voiii New York.  St. Louis '��������� I'l!l'- -���������''  Pliiliululpliia   SI. I'n.il   St. Louis   ���������WHIT!'" STAIl LINK���������Kroii. New York.  li.iltic ?!iu'-   ���������  Teuloiiio   Oiiu.u.iu   MiiioHliu   Ci-di-ic:   Ilnltlc    CUNAKI) LINK-I'Vom Now York.   Kuli. 2.*.   Mar.   I   iMitr. 11   Mar. IS  ....:...   Atiir.i.  PdHHOiiKorH tloketod tlirouKl. to'all parts of  Groat Britain and Ireland, and at Hpooially.low  rates to'all partH of tlio European continent.  iVpply to noarost railway or Hteamnhlp agent o.  to ������������������'...        ,  T. ��������� W.: BRADSHAW, Agent,  RoyelMoko  W. P. F CUMMINQS,   Paolflo  AKeat  .Mar. I  .Jlar. 11  .Mai-, -i".   "liar.   K   Mar. I;*i  .. Mar. ���������   Mai-, -n  ....' Mar.'.".I  Campania   I'li-ui-i.-i   Can...ia   ll.nbria ...  Lucaiiia   -.  '-v^^.i.Xi 6o,-^3jiii3src3-s  ' '        ' 'ci     '*     % ' '       ,      '  Tlie  prepared   Hurlups 'he.-iring:  the above ti.ide mark are reliable.  II-uii- ensy, hold color, nml luue the.blunip  of ,c|ii.'ility���������^-iniulc  in  t:iss=oi tec!  coloi>.    There aie Mi'uuiy' iinitiitions  which  aie claim'ed d  " ju.st as good,".'hut there i.s only one leah FAI5-HI-(KO:NA.(^_ 'a    ,  '   '      ( , ,    A  Write foi ?:iiiiple.s"nii(l prices to  V-'  ��������� XS'*;iS^_PEl������^^)jp������V^fcl^  %\., - <  Vl'd-d,  yj'   V-V*-  Qiioliilions siilnnitted Iin- Inseited T.m.IIi'. Shingle or other Solid Tooth  .ind all kinds of re'p.iii- wm-k. .Millineii everyw liere :u e sending ns "i  l.iisiiiess.-il'ter ONK li-ii.l. HOE HITS'AND SHANKS in all.sizes k  sloi k'at lci\v."-l, i.-iti'S*. * .   .,    <j i       ��������� >>*-._  Saws"  epeat!  ept.in  />!     I       ���������<  ������^r^^������^^rfc_bf^-^_b __ _^������^-^$-f|^  i HOTEL   LARDEAU   I  |: : COMAPLIX ,������  ������|,77;e Best house in Town.    -<   Well Furnished    -.*" GoodTable't<%>  *_,<%> <  ntrt  l^S)  i      Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.      i  f W. HAMILTON, Proprietor. <%  ���������^������^c^(^^c^^<^fi->(^'^'|?rf?f|'|-r|?^r|?^r^^  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $ i a day.    Monthly rate.'  ���������r  E.   B.   EDDY'S  * ^r  V KING  EDWARD." 1000-  J^^fi  " HEADrjIGHT,' .Vl-Js  ^  ^  "EAGIjE."' 100-and 310s  "VIUTOH1A."  "IjITTLE  CO.MET7'  FOR   SALE   EVERYWHERE.  d^  Are the Best that can be bought.  Don't experiment with other and  inferior brands!  use z__i_>__>",_r's  DEinSTK  PERFECTION   COCOA  It is absolutely pure  COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE ICINGS,  CREAM BARS ETC. ARE VERY CHOICEST. QUALITY  the COWkN CO., Limited, Toronto THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Is the Time to  KeepWarm  To do this,look at the   ��������� '  '    supply of  fj      ��������� .  ���������     ' '"     Ir  Chamois Vests,'  Chest  Protectors  and  Chamois Skins <������  "AT.,.THE X   r      '  CANADA���������DRUG &  BOOK CO:  f f~'~ "rB0RN. '���������" a'"',  Ho.ut.���������At Golden, 13^.0., on Fiichiy,  Feb. lOt'li! to .Mr.- .'incKiMr.s.'T). I).  Heir, a" daughter. .,   ( '"    *  Foni'i-:.���������At l.cvehtokc. Kcli. *2sitli, to  Mr.iinil Mrs.J'J'.'Fordc, adnughlci  ' ���������:"        DIED.    '   ~    -   :  '.'Woomtow.���������On Fel>.'20th,  ii"f,,?l"ovcl-  \ '      stiike, K'lirlierine E., beloved wife of  Jaincs'I. Woodrow, aged -10 years.'.  ndvi-e present, congicgalii>n I In* mailer  was circle'reil tb Miiiul over. Kev. \Yv  C. Onlder was proposed us moderator  for another term, biit'dec.lined.  T. Browe, who bus been trappini: on'  the.loi-don, was brought* to the hospital  Wednesday with his feet Iror/.en. His  mate cnnie in nnd reported the oc-c-ur-  ance, and those who went out to In ing  him in line! a \ery hard trip.       , "  .Messrs. Harvey, JMcCurler nnd Pink-'  ham have been appointed solicitors lo  thc Imperial liank at, Arrowhead,  which was opemd Iliis week in charge  of 14. IC. ISoullbi-c. .1. iM- Scott Inn-  been appointed ..solicitor for the Mnl-  .soris Iin nk..  Morton Print/, gave'an address at.  the city school .Monday on his'shorthand system, and much interest wils  taken fn it, i.otli by tha teachers' and  pupils. The symplicity cif lho system  i.s a striking feature of it, nnd its  principles win he mustered'' iii half an  hour. C. Dent has been appointed  local-agent."for, the system.  Complaints having been made aboul  the hti'nnicrservice, between Arrowhead  and the arm the'Umpire Lumber Co.  inform us owing to' the, dilliciill.y of  navigating on. account, of ice Capiain  Johnston has ''been unable to avoid  running irregularly of late, but as  soon ns possible lhe regular service  will hi?resumed lo meet, all trains and  limits at, A'riewhead.  J. T. V'oglcr, who is,in charge of the  Eva'stain]) mill Iind a nnrioiv escijie.  from a .serious accident lii.-t week,- one  of liis arms being caught, under the  ropc'of llie hoisting drum iiind woiiuil  round,dragging Ihe body in up It. t.he  shoulder when, l.y a desperate elVnrl. nf  strength, with (lie other nrifi he managed lo release'I lie ro'po suHi'eie.ntly to  extricate himself.  'YOU CAN' OBTAIN' INSURANCE, (  AT LESS COST  FROM  H.N. COURSIER  WITH (lUARANTEED  PROMPT SETTLEMENT  ���������     T'lIAN FROA1 ANY OTHER AGENCY    '  Social & Personal.  Busines_sJ_oca!s.  Local and General.  105'men are entombed in a Virginia  mine.   .    ' '", . '    ���������  Kevelstokc hospital tru'stecs are nd-  'vertising fora doctor for Arrowhead.  The C. P. R. have imported a fifty-  light machine for ligliting tlieir ro und  house and yaid."  / The cit-y light supply is again sluil  off for a few clays owing to the auma-  tur burning out.   . ,     -     - '  -' On Tuesday tliere were lots of .Marconi .Wireless' shnics offering in the  city at a big discount. ���������"  f* Owing to ice in the -narrows southern traffic has been passing'by way'of  Slocan Lake and Makusp.   ,,  South African   land script, must, be  presented by June 30th, after which it  will cease to possess value.   -  Rev.  J.   Btishell   visited   the   city  .school Monday and'clelivcrccbnn interesting address to the pupils.- -  I We arc requested to state thc model  for-tbe Adair stump   humor .wns made  by E. ljiirridge., of Moscrop Pros.  . '   A'Pish  Creek subscaiber .'.writes;���������^  .'���������Congrauilate'yoii on  recent writciip"  of the Lardeau it was very good."  -    The  Harold  Kelson   conipany0will  play at Kevelstokc on March loth and  the   Clara  Mai lies company will also  be here shortly.  On Monday an Italian working loi  .���������?. D. Crowle was badly injured ' by a  tree falling" on him. Dr. jMcLenn  attended.  S. S. Taylor has applied   foi halieus  'The.".School for Scandal" is in-prup-  eration by the Amateur Dramatic club  A". G. Street uiyOanihornc was called  lo -Lewiston,   Idaho, by the* illness  of  his wife.    ' .   .  Mr. and Mis. ,1. 1'. Funic are receiving congratulations on the in rival'cm  a daughter. r"1 d      "��������� . -  lion. \Y. C. Wells may succeed Sir  Henri July as lieu tenant-governor ol  British Columbia. '   '.r  Tho Hooky Mountain Hungers gave  1111 enjoyable dance1 on Tuesday,-i.hu  music being supplied, by ,Mrs. Liunb  and   It. Doyle.      ' - '  Mrs. Charles Simmons of Rat 1'orl-  agc, who hub been on a weck's-visit, to  Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, has gone, on lo  Tacoma before returning homo.  An at homo is to be given" under  auspices of Ladiiis Guild ol St. Peter's  church at. the rectory on , Tuesday  evening,.the 2SMi, at, S o'clock. Admission 25c. .  C. McClcovy, formerly of,tho Harbor  Lumber company's ollices at Kevelstokc, is conducting the Broadview  hotel at, Los Angeles,Gal.,and expecLs  to visit Kevelstokc shortly.   -  Another marriage was celebrated nt  (he Catholic Church, by Kov. Father  Micliells,' on Sunday, when -iMii-s  .Minnie Julian was wedded to N..Nn-  niciiic, the event being celebrated iu  groat, style nt the bride's home Cicely  cioek. '      '   '  Everytliing fresh and now al J. G.  Maedonald's.        / ���������  Head C. B.'liume k Go's nclvt. on  front, page.  H. II. Triienian will bo iii personal  elinrge of his photographic studio for.  two weeks *' ������  ��������� Just Opening up a big stock of linoleums, wall papers, carpels, etc., at  It, llow.son's    . .  A' pretty lino of souvenii .China just  opened at the Canada- Drug and Book  Company, '       d        -  J.G. M.-icdnnald is opening 11 p.spring  goods eveiy day. ,   t  'Don't wail, lor-that.old lamp lo explode*. Get a NE,W ON 14 fiom, \V. M.  LA Wit E.N OF.'a nil save.thc 'nppy 'ome  - Call nt K. Howson's and select that  carpet or liiiplciiiu'oor .wall paper y 111  are thinking of getting  for imjnoving  your homo.    ' '  ���������"  , 0 '      i' ���������  New shirts,  collars,   ties,   hats  and.  caps at .1. G. Macilonalcl's.  1 *    . 1 -  .  J. II. Cressman   is emphatically "on  the inside?' whon it conies to Scotch  suitings. The latest in weaves, designs  and weights for "spring and summer  wear are to hand. We can put you  up a nojihy-suit J'or,$j20,-$22':ui(l %Zn.  Playing cauls, wliist nnd bridge  whist markers and score cards ,and  rules, largo assortment sold at (I  Canada  Drug unci Book Co.     .  ,1. (i. Mac-clonald 'has enlarged his  store, putting in a boot and shoe do-  pai tinont at back of store.  T. W. Fletcher of Arnistiong is one  of the 11 osl successful businos-s men of  the west,. - His. produce' business, is  dcoloping so extensively that ho now  ships as "nr ns Ontario. Mr. Fletcher  has warehouses at Koluwnajind Ann-  strong.  'f' See the display of-Talking Machines  in the window ol' tlie Camilla Diugit  Book Co. They- have a largo iusoi'I-  nicnt also of Kocoids to choose from.  Mn'il orders filled promptly.  '.I. ti.1 iMac(lonald-"lhc up lo-d.nte  clotliier and furnisher.   , vl  Clark's Delicious Pork & Beans  Sold in tins ready to warm and servo  ���������put up plain uij with Chili 1.1. Ti>-  uiiitn Sauce.    ,  FARM WORK MADE EASY.  FREE FOR    ,  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  '  WRAPPERS  ..    , -1        ,    .    ��������� .f  .L Mail us IS Jioyul Crown Soap  Wrappers, and we will send  frec'iyour choice of over 100  pictures, or  for  2fi  wi uppers  , , yourchoiceof over,200 books. V '  . .Premium list soul, on application.  , Tlie Royal Soap'Co.,  Vancouver, B. C.   ,        Limited  .   (A   NOTICE     ;  VJOTJCIC i~ liorul.y uiMin lli.iC I intoml lu up.  JL> pi} (ll noxt inuol.iiKor tho tiieousii.KCc.in-  miisioiioi.s Iiii-.-i tr.msfoi ������f llio licui.se al tlio  Airciwliuncl llnlol,-limited nl Aiimvliond, 15. ('.,  to John Calov.  '    ,<��������� ��������� ������E  J.'KTSHH.,  Ai lowhond, Kuli. 17lh. l'.)0"i (ill.m-21  ' ' NOTICE.  NOTICF." IS   IIKIlKltY  ,'iiiiilui--,i{fiie(l'' have  ��������� corpus to release Snnn, who was sentenced at Trout Lake for placing  dynamite in a stove.  Gen. Supt. Marpole confirms tho in-  t tention of the C. V. R..to put in hand  shortly the erection of a fine brick station ior Kevelstokc.  On Monday the inspector for the  underwriters examined the Lawionce  Block and expressed himself well  pleased with the new building as a ilie  risk. *  Rev. J. Bershell, I.O.G.T. organiser,  addre.-sed meetings in thePresbyteiian  Church and Salvation Army-Barracks,  and took steps to organise a local  lodge of the order.  Steps are being taken to have a new  school district declared outside tlie  city limits v. ith'a view to getting the  government to build a school to take  in the children1 in the settlement east  and south of the city.  A deputation'went from lievelstoke  to the Presbytery meeting at Kamloops  thi- week to pr������������r>nt petition asking  ^authority to i.ig.misc another Piesby-  teri.-in church in Hevel.-toke. but as  the el.ik of I're.-bvterv had oniittc d to  The  Body's  Health  From tlie Hal.y to the .(J rand  Dame. We all need lir'ii:-lni.t-  Kor tire body and hair. We  have llie l.cr-t  Nail  Tooth  Bath and  Hair  Brushes  we could, possibly procure. ;  RED GROSS  DRUG STORE  OH AS. J. QUINAN; Manager.  DEATH OF MRS.J.I.WOODROW  The news of the death on Monday  of Alls.,J. I. Woodrow came as a shook  to the community. Death occuried  from failure or the heart followim;  birth of child? Willi lur husband  deceased leaves two little boys to  mi,urn her loss, and they have the  heartfelt, sympathy of tho coiumunit.-,  in their sad beieavenie'nt. Mrs. Wood-  rr, w was a lady of Stirling qua lilies,  highly esteemed by all who knew her  during her seven years of married life  in lievelstoke.  Mis. Woodrow's native place was  Woolton Hill, llanipshiie, England,  and two years ago sho visited her old  home.  The funeral took place Wednesday  acd not withstanding the unfavorable  weather was one of the largest seen in  city. The casket was buried in many  beautiful wreaths sent l.y friend" as  tlie last, token of esteem tliey could  render. Kov. 0. A. I'rocunier conducted the burial sei vice. The Oddfellows,  of which Air Woodrow has been  treasurer of lievelstoke Lodge for some  years, attended in largo number-, and  I'm mod at the head of the procession.  Mc-srs. \\*. M. Brown, F. Ii. Wells, II.  t'oiik. I". Abralmmson, ,f. A Stone and  I!. K. Atkin- were tlie pal! bearers.  The fanners of Ca inula aie indebted  to tIio Family Herald and Weekly  Star of Montical for one of the best  agricultural papers ever, issued.. The  isMio of Fein un ry 22 .*f tli.it great  paper is laigcly devoted to the important! question of labor saving, methods  on 'tlie farm.. 'It is wonderfully instructive, better thiin all tlio agrieul-  tuml meetings and exhibits ot lariii  machinery evei held in this country.  Thc Family Herald and Weekly Star  should be received by every fanner in  Canada. Our readers should write nt  (ince for a copy of February 22 i.-sue,  it, alone is worth all they charge fur a  full year's subscription (one dollar).  IIKItKltY (ilYKN that''the  siihinillcil ,10'" llio  Iiiuiilciiiiiit-Ciovci'iioi- in Council n i.roposiil,  iindui- thu i.i-ovihiciiis of lhe '��������� JJiver-i and  Slri'iiius -\ct," lor cli-iu my ,md roiiioviiit,' of  i.l.sti-iiutioiis froin Fnslliull Ci-cclc, Wc~t ICoolenay. and for iiiaMiiKlho sumo nt for niftiiit,'  unci driving Ihoicon of. log-, lii.il.ei-, lumber,  rafts and oial'ls, and for urcicl iiiK and iiinintniii-  iiiK booms .for lioldiiiK, sortiiiKiinil deliverint,'  lefts mill tinil.ei-biouiclil, down <s;u(l river,' mid  for iill.iuliini; liooms'lii thu .shore of -.iid ei-eelc  ancl Arrow Luke lors,iitl |iin-|io*,es.     -      - ���������  The lands to  be allciclccl   l.y ~nid  work are  Ci-owii lands. <.  0  Tliur.ilo of lolls i..o|.osed lo hu cliurii/ucl  are  I In: Judge of the  lULe'il l-'ubi-uiu-j -illli, iiui."!. i  liiia-ii inn mcNi) iiUiMiiii'ii co., ltd.  '..   -;    iiiei.iiuui iuiis   ,uo|iu-.ui.  I,. /,Mich 'as   may  be   li\������l   by  C...inly Court of ICuoluuiiy.  Tllji I'llINOli; JMINING &��������� dhyklopmiont  (JOJII'ANY, IjIJIITKJ*. IiIAHILITY. '  vrOTIUI- IH IIKKKHY 'KIYlC.Vdliat the  -IN -ANNUAL ."MI'l'TINd of thu Sliarcholcl-  ei-s of the I'l-incu JliiiiiiK and Dovukipiiionl.  Company, Lniillc-d l.inhilily, will ho hold ill.  llio (Joiii|).iii}'sOlllciis, First Sli-eut, liuvi-lstoku,  II Con WKDN'KSDAV. Tllrt- KKIIITII DAY  UK JIAKOII, A. I). I!������n, at 1 liu hour or two  o'ulool- in' lho (iftornoon, for thu put-pc.su ot  electi.iKOllicui-s lor tho ensuing'jour, and for  nil oilier purposes relniiiiK (o Ihu iiiiiiiiifcenieiil,  uf the Company.' -        '  It is p.oposeil  lo (iincniil' thu By-Laws l.y in-  croasinu; the number of Ilii-eelc.r.s lo seven.  , Tho Ti-.uisroi- Hook or llio Coinpiiny  will be  cioscri during Llio   fnurioun days i.nniediiitoly  |..-ecc(li.i{-; such nu-eliiig. '  Dntod.it lievulslolivr,. <.;., this loth  dav or  February, A. 1). I HO,*..      'i  W. JI. DHOW'S, , .1. JI. SCOTT, .  ,, I'l-c-udonl. , aoei-etai-y  I'-llfnu-l '      '  DO  You realize lhat Real Estate in Reveistoke offers a very profitable and safe  investment.' , "Do you realize that prices  arc bound to advance from 25- per cent,  to'50 per cent., within the next, few'  months ?''.'.' '  Will be worth something 'tc you to investigate the correctness of this statement; it matters not whether you have  a few dollars or,a few thousands, to invest. ' There'can only.be one. result���������  PROFIT.  NOW  s tlie lime to invest. Now is the time  to investigate. Now i.s the -.time 'to:  familiarize-yourself'with lhe, different  properties. Call'loday for list aiid terms.  DO IT NOW'1- Our land i.s thc choicest in the City���������;the Smeller Townsite.  Reveistoke Insurance  '    - ,->' '     ���������.,-..������,���������-  1 ,      1   .   ;.  Agency, Limited.;     ^  ���������0      < j -1   ' -^      o*.  Real Estate.       Loans.        Insurance.  NOTICE.  CHURCHES.  SALMON  ARM.  Mi:riioiJi.sr*.���������Sunday. Febniiry 2'ith.  AInrningr. "How   tiie   Christian'-   life  become*-    a   chanue!    of    ble~-iiig    to  other.-."    10veiling    " Mini's   pliy.-ic*.!  nature as a   pro-������f of  tin- evitt'-nce   of  (Jodd    At (-veiling  ������e--i :<v-  the choir  will sing "All   hail lhe  power of .le������u-  name"   to   the   farnfiti--    Welsh   tutir-  '��������� iM.icIcni.-"     ^undny selmol and JJil.li  class at   2-110, subject " '1 lie ruiracle c.-f  the loaves and li-di"-.."      ri.-cond even- j  ing  in study of  Japan on Monday   at'  F.pworth League.     Interest ing pup'-ir |  by .Mis-es H. P.un-itt and A. Smith n:i I  " The rc-liu'inii1-nl'J.iiinii ' ' '  i  Kl. A.voiiliw'-.���������Morning,   "'iin   lie-,  lation-hip   to   Mis.-ioii*,   pvening.   ' \ i  Xot'able Monuinent " i  To Thomas Sweeney, or any peiNon or* por-ons  lu whom ho m.iy Imvu .is-igned his iiilerest iu  the Jloiilgomerv mill Murckr. claims sil i.nio un  C.inyoii Clock on the no.-lli side of Downic  C.-ecl.- in the ll.g Ilonil, K(*vcl^toko .Mining  l)i\.sitinof W'e-t ICootrn.iy D.slriet, Ilritish  Columbia:  You lire hereby noli Hod Hint T, llio undo---  siLTiicd, have c\i������enc!r(l for jt.u the sum of  JCI.-J.i in l.ibor, iminovemei.ls .md recording  lees upon lho said "ilontuomci-j and I'ui'ckn  n.inei.il claims, under Il.o provisions of the  .Mil.oral AcL.nnd if, within ninety days from*  Iin- d.-iLc or this Holier >ou tail or refuse to con-  li'ibulc the afoi-esnid sum, logetlier .wil.li nil  i,o-ts ot advei-lising. youi- into.est, in the said  mtnei-.d c-lniius will hcLOmi- the pi-opc.-ty ol  Lhe iiiKlei-signed undei- section I ol the .Act  .���������..tilled an Acl to Amend the Mineral j\cI 1IKW.  D.Ued Lhis sivtli clii} of January, l!Kij.  il'-TiUU S .1   C. MONTCIOMI'ltV.  W. A. McDonald  PLASTERER i URICKLAYER  KEVKLSTOIvFj'  The only first-clat-s plasterer in town.  Let me know your requirements.    A  Carload of Lime justim'ported.   A Carload of Hrick under order.  20th CENTURY  BUSINESS COLLEGE  *    VICTOlilA,  B. 0,  It should be borne in miiid that,  every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and - pi epares the  system'*for, the more��������� serious diseases, among which are the two  greatest destroyers of human life,  , pneumonia and consumption.  Chamberlain's  Cough Resmedy  has won its great popularity by,ils  prompt cures of this most common  ailment. It aids expectpiation, relieves the lungs' and"' opens the ���������_  'secretions, effecting, a speedy and  permanent' cure. It counteracts  any tendency toward pneumonia.  Price 25c, Large Sire 50c  J  C. J. Wilkes  MACHINIST &  BLACKSMITH  IjATIIK WO NIC A SPUCIALTV  Licenscd'Auctioiicoi- for City  of Reveistoke. '  When You Want  AHack  Night or day,  Ring up Tel. No. 27  STRUCK ORE  In our big Tunnel.   'Mining Experts say it will grow richer - and  -'    hotter.' (Many large Ciold'Vcins are just ahead and will lie cut in ,  rapid Miccos.sion. - - '-"���������',"  - -���������'- We-Own the '200. Acres Without Debt; -..'.  ������������������'.  "y  AT"GOLOFIELD  ? Tlie camp of (Juick fortunes. . Wo own 100 acres, with .rich   Gold,,/.  Strikes all around. tGold Veins.discovered!' '"JOliN" NOW,iindu      ,. I  \  .,    .      >.o    .;-,-' ���������_ ,    ,.   -     i-  - -    - .  ,   .Every Share ol.GoIden Sun stock gives ownership in, tho-Goldlielcl  -    100 acres and Colorado-200���������total  .'Hit) acres. 'Dividends declared'"  on both would  be ,        "~" ���������  -'    -TWO, DIVIDENDS  FROM  ONE   INVESTMDNT "  $15.00 BUYS 1000 SHARES  '      d        Sfi-lf) buys !1,300'shares.     -fJO buys O.tiOO shnres.   .,   .   -���������  Full paid. * Non-assessable".        -   ''  ,y   V     ���������  "lUJY  I3EFORE TI[B  l'RICE .A DVANCES d, X  500 PER CENT  ORDER   AT   ONCE  i i -        -  the Cheapest'and best, with ore  in   the  mines and  cash  in   the  .treasury. ' If over-subscribed your money will he returned.  Highest Commercial and Bank References.  MAKE ALL REMITTANCES FAYA13LE TO  The Golden Sun Mining and Milling Co.  .  SHORTHAND  TVPEW'RITLVC  TELEGRAPHY  BOOKKEEPING  ARITHMETIC  -   PENMANSHIP,  i  thciiongh  Business  ,le.  I'iiiiriitii<.  Stand at Union Hotel.  D. MCCARTHY    ;  Builder and  Contractor  l.'KVKLS'l'OICI-l.  H. ('.*  I'l.ins  ,iiul  t-si iniiiic��������� Tin ni~l.i-ii nn all  kinds of h-i.i !������. I'IIiii2I '  WOOD YARD  l>. Met'iilliin.. wliu   was   in  ihci-ily  In-t week, -pi'.-tk- highly of the p|-.igie~-  of ll..- .-I'ttleiiieiil.    Mr. .McCulluni li.i-  11 i-pi.-i-.l nl" -c-M-r.il pnipi-rl ie- and !iinl~  !ui-l<   enquiry   ior  land. <-pi-ciiilly fur  fiuit u'l'iwing,  Tin Salimui Arm -i-lil.-r.- will uiuke  j lb'* nii.st ... liu* ei.iiiing !)i*iiiiiiiiiii e-c-  I liibitiiiii at New \\ i-tiiiiii.-l< r I.. I ln.r-  juii-.'hly .iili.-rti-.i- llnir di-tric-l l.y ..  ! Iir-1 c-l.l-- exhibit "f il- prinllicti.  Mi. Mi-C'alliiiii Mil-   tlii.-e ulio In vi-  had tin1 bi-.-t cxpi-i ii-nr-e in fruit growing aie well   f-.iti-li-.-i!   tiny  can   clear  -f'JUU an acre nw-r all   i \pi-ii~i- from a  bearing oichaid.    Mr  Tinncr "hipped  la-t -e.i-on 1,000 cn-i- uf  fmit   which  ii-iilifcd from -fl lo .fl.f.O n en.-.-. Hi"  ore-hard covciri K.-ven or eight acres,  and the full healing pnition h ten  year.- ..Id, the ri-l ln-ing -iv -.e.ir.s old.  The tnwiisite of .~..li.ii.ii Ann i������ sif-r������  going a head. M("-cr.j. Ciirricfformerly  l'. P. li. ngent) and McKay of lilnir-  nt.iic: have arranged to open n gc-iiei-nl  store at the A nn and Inive "ccurcd nn  excellent site from M r. I-'i-iihci , oppci������ite  the hotel.  A great deal of milk H shipped  fioin Salmon Ann. s-ltij.mc-iits being  iii.ide west tu KiiiiiJi.'ip.s, i;;i,hl, u.i fu.i* it.s  Field and to Arrowhead. A creamery  may be established al, the Arm ore  long-   "'____'���������__    ,_ r_   y  ilrinsiiwuls described advertising an  "The developer of  business."    If you  aT^TnttKIvM^ Street, Reveistoke  Arrangements for Imnidiiiij  C.iiiailinn pupils.  NORTON  PRLN'TX, Piiueipal.  It.-vi'lMiike ('oiic-poniiiiig Sec1.  C. S. Dknt,  VV A NrFKI).  (itlici  J. M. McCallum.  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer In*- ^jtrrn^>-  BEEF,,  PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  j\II ordni-H |.rc...iplly IHIcd.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, a������'i'kFhk sn'���������������t!Ii  201 JCi'i-riti:nc!K  _i  Riiir.niNCi,  DENVER  l.'IOn.l.S  ������������������no RENT  J      ..vei- li.-w--. il( ng si(in>; nexl'  f'l .  I.I.  I Id  di'iil-i! pai lot -  Iluut"  k.    Applv   tn   11.   Laugh".id.   box  ,   ,i,ive   sinned   a   ,,c,--���������a.."nt  Wood I "' H"v������'M������k". f- '^"^l  Yard nn Third *.l,ri-el��������� Wil h my pnsl . \lry\NTED Two girl-, for hotel  expeiieiice ! hope Ic. be in a position! \V Woik. Apply .it c.iil-c- ,it llnfi-l  to "nlisfy nit  ri-qiibi-iin-iil -i  of c-iisloin- ' Revelsloki-.  i-rs.    Dry c-ordwocd   kepi   in -|..ck .mil j -. , rX.VTEl)    Th" pai l.y iv Iio bonow-  snpphed    in ,,-iny   length'* m   reduced J   \\      ed fiom our libnu-y .Swec-tl.ind'h  prices for cash. _ _ , " fan we-Leaf   Ac cc.iinting"   lo   rettu-n  ft. SAMSON.        j sjini" ,.l.f,ii li"-l (���������iinveiiii-nceaiiil oblige  I'lie    ICiioten.ii    Mail  f'liblisliing   Co.,  Lid. _        '    ANTED���������Work of ,\ny  kind   by  vo.ing married man; good with  ticuses; adapt'-d lo business;  wife good  cn'ik,    Apply iitMiul iifTlci-.  Moscrop Bros.  /  Sanitary  Plumbing, Hoi Walcr  & Steam Healing, Pipe Valve  Fillings, Tinning work of  all   Descriptions.  lileclric Lamps, Door Bells, and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures &rnS'Put In.  /  VV  WAH   CHUNG,  General Store and  Restaurant Keeper  A Prim': Stock of Groceries, Fruit,  Vegetables.  Cut Glass  The  Best  on  Earth  XMAS GIFT  J. Guy Barber  YODO FUJI  hits-reopened a  RESTAURANT  on Alc-Keii7.il* Avenue.  Open Day and Night. First-Class Service  M57tc  IK you wain, good work done in  House, Carriage Painting or Decorating  1 L cull on  D. BRILL  Paper Hanging n Specially.  next 11. Needhnni'H  Iti!) ap w  Douglas street  . Revelsloki  MEALS AT ALL HOURS.  Try  air Iced Sod.-if, Ice Cream, Straw-  li'Tric-ii and ('renin.    Ciin'l. ho  benteii in the Oily.  FRONT ST., REVELSTOKE.  ���������"ANTKD KNOWN-  VV     I'-MSc-lc-iif .-.('(-(iiuil,  VV  All kind-, of  books, card  indexes, and special rub-d, in-i furnled  or punched paper- inny be oblnined nl,  Ilu- KciTKNA V Man, pi inting- ollice.  ANTED An i-iieigi-tii nnd n-li-  able iii.'iii lo rcpn'seiil, ns nl,  Ri'velHl.oke nnd surrounding .territory  and .sell our Hardy Specin.ltlea in Knot  and Ornamental Nurm.'i-y Stock; .special  list for U. .0. pln.ntiiig. Territory re-  Hi'i-ved. Pay weekly. HanclHoirie out-  lit I'miiifheil free. Write, for Lei-ins.  and hcikI 54jc' for uurj handy pocket  Mieioscone. Stone cfe Wellington,  Fonthill Niu-seriei-, Toronto, Out. ��������� '  TRY OUR  SMOKED  SHOULDER  lOcJJPER LB.  KNIGHT <& CO.1  ',      .'. yVifiRNON, B.C,  GUILLETTO & GALLO-  Siii-nnil HI., Ili.viilstnlii),  aiinoiiuce I hey have entered into parl,-  uer.sliip as  Grocers,Confectioners, Fruiterers  lll'AI.I'ltn   IN  ANII   IIOCI'I'H  imv noons  AM)   HIIOKS  nnd will   extend   their business with a  view of making it .second  to none.  l.Vitc  Tho M.-ihIoi- Mi-i,IiiiiiIi;m I'iii-o Tin- Ho.iji IiuhIh  mid wiflcniH tin; Hlcin, wliilu |iroiii|illy c-IuiuihIiik  II cif Kri-nii*, nil, nisi, ..lc I.iviiIiiuI.Im for mi*  rliiiiilc-H, fiirmi-rH, NixirUiiiun. Kiuu wiiiiiiluof  riTi'li.tnf "1:. for |K)i,lJi({(-. All.urL Toilet Hoii'i  Co.. iiiiiiiiifiiciliin.-1-ic. Mmitruiil.  For Sale.  Six   home   power Waterous   vertical  boiler and engine, only in use a year.  Ri.'iiscii for selliiig is  that  we  require!  more  power l.o drive    our   increased  plant and for heating purpose's..  .-      7  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  PUBLISHrNG CO.,' LTD.   -1'  Kevelstokc.  Wm. Fleming-,  Wliolosiilo nnd Itiilnll  Meat Merehant.  Fish   and   Game   in    Season  First St., Reveistoke.  Tugs-, Launches for sale  Yachts, Scows charter  WAINE, ALEXANDER & CO.,  Ship and Machinery Brokers,  321 Cordova St. West, Vancouver, B. C  LUMBER FOR SALE  Lumber of all kinds at reasonable,  prices, Prompt delivery guaranteed".  Leave'orders at-Lawren'ce'B *Hu.'idwi������re  Store.  32 tc  "-"' -P. JULIAN;:-"--  Greely Creek Lumber Mill


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