BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Kootenay Mail Feb 18, 1905

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xkootmail-1.0181384.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xkootmail-1.0181384.json
JSON-LD: xkootmail-1.0181384-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xkootmail-1.0181384-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xkootmail-1.0181384-rdf.json
Turtle: xkootmail-1.0181384-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xkootmail-1.0181384-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xkootmail-1.0181384-source.json
Full Text
xkootmail-1.0181384-fulltext.txt
Citation
xkootmail-1.0181384.ris

Full Text

Array Provincial Library  m  Mi  .      ,   ufcfeiciat/^ A '%, *  ','^s.,  Vol. 11.���������No." 47  REVELSTOKE. B. ���������C.. .FEBRUARY IS,, 1905  $2.00 Per Year,  ' ������,���������  THE  LEADING  WE LEAD " OTHERS FOLLOW  -, - i   -  >-'','��������� i j        i  -    The Greatest ! and Biggest!' Winter  Clearance ,Sale>"ever put  ii]) to the Citizens of Reveistoke is , ,   -        -    ,     '  '' ' ' '  W J. Creorge's  '      ' ' -'',''' ' t ' , " '    '  New Year's Offering to "the  Purchasing   Public of   the-town'and  vicinity. / - - . ,  l; ,.       ; '  ..'Dry-Goods." A 20 per cent.  'Cash Discount will be continued on all Dross .Goods, -Dress', Trimming!-', Ladies' Rcady-to-Wcar, Hats, Boots and t Shoes, and all  Staple lines'until the List of January.,        , ���������   .     ,   '���������  Ladies' Jackets and Coats.  No lady need go any lnn.fi.ei without a neat and up-t'o-diiU* this season's  Jacket oi-Coat.'  .View of 'the reduced prices, as follows: .'.'-'..     '  -''���������ReRiilar.'.I.OCr -'     '.'now $2.25       Regular S7.50 -    ;     now SJ.23'  Regular $12.00'        ,-   '   ' now 7.25       Regular yl.j.OO''-,-.-'      now hS.M  , -Ucgular'$20.U0  now IU.50  Mail  Order  Uept.  .Hume&Co.  Write  '1,   >  For  7, .Samples  LIMITED.  DEPARTMENT   STORE  '   During stock-taking we dig,up lors of lii-ea we  vmi.t   M  clear  to  make   room   for spring stock.  '\Vc thoroughly ki rn\ the only way te  sell them in iiiost c-isi-s is to make h price con-idfr.i'H n  For the balance'of the month of February 50c-will often  do the work of $1.50 in buying the following;.  ran^y Dress Shirts ���������   ,  -Men's Fancy Dress Shim, soft unci stifl  bosoms,         Regular Pi-ice Si SO.  Sale Price 75c.  Boy's Underwear.  Nice.  =oft, Union goods, unshrinkable,  vv ill lit boj s from .3 to 10 years tegular  75o goods.                           .                 >  Sale Price 40c  23 inch Velveteen  n'nek only, nice even pile, good color.  llLgular t'ricc 63c.  Sale Price 40c.  Dress Goods  New  Goods/  right  in  color, "il-ineh  Tweeds.   You  cannot   buy   anywhere  el-e tor less than $1.50..  Sale price 75c  Boys' Moccasins _&������>'  Ileal Indian made Buckskin.  Hegular Price $1.50.  Sale Price 50c.  Women's Underwear  Heavy Union Goods, un-hrinkable.  Our SI goods  Sale Price 50c.  Shetland Floss Wool  Coloicd.   This SUiple Wool in Pink and  Cardinal only.      Kejjular Price 10c.   ,  Sale Price 5c.  Misses', Wool Skirts  Fit, Girls ii' to 10���������all wool homespun.'    '  Regular Price $3.    '    -           ,              .  Sale price 31.75.  GlOVeS & MittS _noor������Fricos  Our Winter Stock of Gloves and Jlitla.  Regular Price SI and $1.50 per pair.  Sale Price 50c.  Women's Oxford Shoes  Xice high lace, McKay -own.  ,  Regulars;. Shoe.  Sale price $1.25  Ladies' ?0������J&- Hats  Anv Hat we have left. See our window.  Regular Price SI anil ?2.  Sale Price 50c.  Ladies' Dressy Coats  Onlv Six Coat- left.   Sizes 30 and :������.  Regular Price S1-.50.  Sale price $6.25.  Ribbed Hose E5lE������  Kic. and oOc.   Stockings to fit big boys  and girls or women.  Sale Price 25c.  China & Glassware  A small n-sorinient of odds and ends of  China and Glassware. 35c and JOc pieces  Sale price 15c.  Men's Clothing & Furnishings.  ' In^tliese departments we nie making uii heard of i enactions; for instance  .JUen's Tailor Mode Suits, reg'. SO 00 now- $0 15: reg. s?U 00 npvy.i-,7 75:_ leg.  / iJIS00 now ^12 25; reg. .$22 00 now all 00., , ,.  Men's Tailor Made Overcoats, reg. S12 50 now ,$S 00; reg. $10 00 now $9 SO;  reg. $17 00 now $12 25. ,   -  MEN'S UNDERWEAR���������FlrPce   Lined,   reg. "SI    now' 55c.     California  ��������� Flannel, reg. $2 now $1 35. 'Black, all wool, reg. $1 25 now 00c'   -    ���������  MEN'S'SWEATERS-Navv, all'wool,  reg.  Si 25 now  05c.   -Fancy, all'  -*   wool, reg. S2 now ������1 35."' Fancy, all wool,.ieg. S3 50 now $2 Go,     ,  ������.   f-^\      ���������;;������������������ ��������������������������� '  '   ,  ,    t   ���������> ,'--'.'  ,On Rubbers and all Footwear, and anything in our store not mentioned iiliiivi- a 20 pi-i-,c-i*nr. discount will lie, given. . , ' ' *  ,-' Tin- aliovi-.oiilv- gives yi.ii a eli'inii-e of the sweeping reductions vye are  'making. Vim c.in "only j ciihzi- wli.u w- ai e"doing !">> paying umi vi_.it. -   >  PLEASE'NOTE���������That ������e"*.iie not going nut of-Business, jus-t now "as  our.tiacli* is too eood'for that. And further, our tttide N improving also.'  Our cusKniieis nre.so nice and agiceable and'ntunbers, are increasing roi  the reason I hut we lire doing better'for them all the time.        - ��������� ^ -  We nie compelled to give vou the hen'e'rit of this Enormous.Sacrifice  Sale to,make loom for very huge spring importations.,    Respectfully     j  m Jy George  -'   ,' <-r'"\   "    -'  Mckenzie avenue.   "'���������.,*    , _    -"'  THEWAR.  -Each Side,Claims Victory.  * c.        ' I      '    '  Tokio, Feb. 12.���������The Japanese cop-  tured an eminence south oi Cliang-  cliichia on Thursday; diiying ofi' two  companies of Russian infantry. The  Russians have continued shelling field,  marshal Oyama's centre and left since  Thursday last.  i The Russian dead, ''.who were buried  after the battle of lieikoutai, total  2,000.,' .  The Japanese on that occasion captured 2.000 rifles: , *" ,  , St. Petersburg, Feb. 12.���������General  Kuropatkin ��������� reports: " Our sharpshooters Thurday repulsed a Japanese  attack on an' eminence three, miles  southenstiof Ttiiikou. ' (  GOOD NEWS  All the City Debentunes^Have  1     Been Sold.   ,"   ���������  ,  ,.Mr, Floyd, city' treasuiei-, o'eceived  advice's "today that the whole of the  city debentures! issued for the purchase  of the water and light 'system and for  the building of the school have'bee))  taken up. Revelstokj now occupies a  premier position financially among the  citie-1 of the prcvincc.     ��������� ' .,  FATAL ACCIDENT  To-Lumberman at Galena Bay.  A lumberman, named Im Rogers  woiking in A.< Dickenson'������ lumber  camp fit Galena Bay, was so injured on  Saturday by being jammed'between  the skid way and a load of logs that-he  died .shortly' afterwards. When the  accident happened steps were taken to  have'him placed on the steamer to be  taken to the hospital, but he died  'before"' -^reaching;" ��������� Arrowhead._ The  remains were taken cliaige of by R.  Ilowson'''and - shipped to his former  home in the east.'1  ,  NORTH ARM  i >*. -v  Channel Re-operied and Traffic  ;, i     , -Resumed.-  The'report that owing to the thick-'  ness of tlie ice the north arm of Arrow  Lake would be closed to navigation vfor  some, time, fortunately proved incorrect.'" When the,, arm ,froze up 31r.  Dudgeon, of the Empire Lumber Co.,  got a C. P. R. barge, and with the  company's powerful tug,_ the' Piper,  went atit and' opened the channel so  that navigation and trans-portion,were  resumed as usual on Sunday. That is  good- news for the whole district, and_  the/pro nipt and successful action of  the Empirc'Lumber Company is much  '_ipp.ec-i.ffed.--   -;. ���������'  --.,..       ���������   ,.  CITY TELEPHONE  "Brick Central Station to be'  ��������� ���������- Built���������How Users may/  1 i    Help to Improve it.   -  The Reveistoke. Trout Lake and Big  -Bend Telephone Co. will go ahead .this  spring with the erection of the brick  builduig for their central exchange on  Second street. ' The improved service  is ' becoming rapidly more popular.  For last' vear there were Gl.46-1 vails,  as against 27.144 in l'J02. The cost of  the service for 1904 was T\ cents a call  as against oi cents for 1902.  Mr. Cowan, managei of the telephone company', points out that if the  public want a prompt service they  must strictly' observe the rules  recently'issued on cards to attach to  the instruments, and also published in  the Telephone Guide, and he says a  great deal oi trouble-is caused the exchange by the failure of users to  observe these rules. If users will take  the hint and correct this defect the  company will be able to give a prompt  and reliable service.  THE CAVE STORY  How Myths are Built Up.  We go from home for news The  Toronto Globe republishes from the  Chicago Tribune a fearful and wonderful story about a mammoth' cave at  Reveistoke, said to rival the Mammoth  Cave of Kentucky. The story as now  developed describes the cave as over  2,000 feet, deep, containing Indian  relics and mummified bodies and ,says  it has been explored and measured by  engineers.  Reveistoke would like to have a  natural curiosity oi this kind, as it  would then become a world's resort of  tourists, but unfortunately nothing is  known oi anv such thin  C. P. R.  Has Successful Year and Pays  6 per cent. Dividend.  At a meeting of the hoard of directors of the C. P. R. a dividend of 2 per  cent, on preferred and 3 per cent, on  common stock was declared for last  hali year. After paying working expenses and fixed charges and dividends  now declared there is a surplus for the  half year of $2,450,531.  Sir Wilfred Laurier's Reply to  Deputation.  Eastern paper.- give the following  report of Sir Wilfred Laurier's reply  to the lumber 'men : ' "Sir' Wilfred  Laurier told the delegation he liad  heard,thciu with great interest, and  was much struck by.the statements  they had'inadc. lie was impressed by  their contention that they paid'duty  on everything which they, used while  their own proilifct 'was not protected.  When the duty was taken oil lumber  entering Canada'_the United States  admitted,lumber ' free,'.but this had  since beeii changed. ^-The Minister of  Finance was abient, and, of course,  during his absence there could- be no  tariff revision? but Mr. Fielding  would be back in a few days.- and' the  matter ,'would- then receive serious  cousideration.j~gfs������s==ssv  Incorporation 'of Three Valley  Lake Companies. ���������  ���������  The following companies have been  .incorporated :   .,-  Eagle River'^Lumber Co.,_ capital  ���������$300,000; headquarters city of Bradford,', Pennsylvania; provincial head  office Reveistoke; attorney". ;George  Smith McCarter.     ''   '  Mur.'day Lumber Co ,' capital $50,.  000: headquarters 'Bradfoid, Penn.;  provincial head bflice. Reveistoke;  attorney, George Smith .McCarter.  '   A Big'Contract.  The logging contract entered .into  between the Munday Lumber Com-'  pany and E 1,. Kin man calls for tlie  cle.iiiiig up of a berth on Three-Valley  Creek estimated to contain S0,000,0u0  feet "'of timber..' Mr Kinman will  have-Jo keep "the mill siipplied_wit.i  logs, and the production oi the mill  'wTil piubably bo -ibotit 1.3,000,'000 ft"..a  year.', Mr." Kinman has his steam'  lugging' i l.ti'it',ih-e.idy on the ground  midT'lias in..de such Lipid progress  with his arrangements he e.xpccrtd to  get'staited with his big" contract, this  week.  ���������   ������       CHIPS.     ,  The total .loss to the Arrowhead  Lumber Company by hist weeks tiie  was $4,240 fully covered by insurai ce  with the Reveistoke Insurance Agency  Ltd., who made prompt settlement of  the loss, the Manager, F. B. Lewis,  going to Arrowhe.id and closing the  matter up by Saturday last.  J. E. Taylor has arrmged to join  the Reveistoke Lumber Co.  Another lumber mill is to be built'  at Arrowhead. /' ,        * (  The Big' Bend Lumber Company  have shut down their mill at Arrowhead for a time owing to the cold  weather.    ���������  .Champion Liniment for Rheumatism.  Chas. Dr-ake,.a mail carrier at Ch.ip-  inville.-Coiiu., says: '-'Chamberlain's  Pain Balm is the champion of all  liniments. The past year I was  troubled a great- deal with rheumatism  in n,y shoulder. After trying several  cures" the storekeeper here recommended this remedy and it .completely  ctued me." There is no use of anyone  suffering from that painful ailment  when this liniment can- be obtained  for a small sum. One application  gives prompt lelief and its continued  use for a short time will produce a  permanent cure. For sale by all  druggists.  ONE DOSE OF  SENECA  COUGH SYRUP  RELIEVES  A   COUGHING  SPASM  Walter Bews, Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  Next Humo's Block.  <.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**������������������������������������<>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������  \DIAMOND for-1  ! ^Ai^m V/'A1U PERFECT ���������:  ���������  HOME  DYEING.  ���������  ���������  ���������  EASY TO USE;- BRIGHTEST AND BEST. ���������      ���������  ASK   FOB   THE   "DIAMOND."  ���������  ���������  All Druggists and Dealers.. TAKE NO OTHERS.   ���������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  '    <  'E  RI'!.110.\TKI) TO  ���������I  First, St. West,   -  Freitz Block  cent '-.Discount' r^'jfe'  oots  and ^Shoes'. RTTbbi.TS. Huts find /Caps,"  ackinaws. Ready-made Clothing, Men's Fi.ur-  ,'also on' worn.in's, boy's and children's Boots  "New lines just in'Stock.,   , ' ' ,   ...  ',������,.  Qvercoat  Elegance.  Hope you are one "of the exacting men.-  Hop'e you are just as<particular about your  Overcoat as'you are aBout your Dre'ss Suit.  Then you're, sure to'appreciatejFft^Reform"'  Overcoats. ' l -"  v* '   '    , '  ,.    - / ���������-    .   '  ���������VThey   have .so  much'that appeals-to  critical men.1  -      -<'   ���������'       ,,-."-,  ,.   "  '      ..   v-  ���������>   The cloths and patterns���������the.styles���������the  faultless tailoring of every part-are just  as pronounced in'Fit-Reform Over-     H  coats as in,Fit-Roform Suits. \\|  $12, $15, $18 up  ���������V-,.  Macdonald & Montieth, Revelstoh.  HOMES ��������� FURNISHED   OH   MONTHLY   .AY..-.N J.  ''Another Carload of Furniture just arrived     C.i'i'W-- ,l-i  Oilcloths, etc.    Sewing Machines, Ifcint/in.iii I * i - ���������  R. HOWSON & CO., FURNITURE DEALERS AriO ������  OS.-  The  ^ ' Restaurant  MRS.  II, .1.  IIANIJUKY, Maiingeii's-.  is  now iipi'ii im   l.iisiiit-������s.  First-Class Table Private Dining Boxes  Large Diiiiiigronm for Biini|ii.-ts, Htippci-.s, i-lc.  Furnished. Rooms To Let  FIRST aTHEET, KIOVHLSTOivK.  y.-t  r" THE EtfOTENAY MAIL
(
,, in
: THE
'   '  i ''
Where Gold.
.tARDEAI-J*
Silver and  Lead are Produced to a Very
Considerable Extent.        r V .W," ,
. Travel the continent ,,ovei and no-
,wheie can ii better niinci.il country be
"found than the Lardeuu. The surface
'showii'igs'of mineial are extiaoidin.uy,
,and in many cases the value-^aie high
tGold',1*"silver, copper," lead and /inc
abound, ,an'l it, appears to be only a
matter of the investment of capital to
, devehip thc'couhtiv^to produce ninny
'   dividend paying mines. p
FISH Clil-IEIC
Vims  thiotigh   tho heiut of a mineral,
section lich ih gold and sjlver-bihiiing
' 'oics, easily accessible and economically
'mined.   'Hoieaic  pi npei tics that will
a nay fioin tri.iss!iootS.    so,hi only half
1   J , i       ��        " i "
added, which ^i Vv ill reduce the cost of
milling 'yeiy tmateiially. The Eva
gi\es eviiiy promisO"f pioving a.perm-
aneiitniiine and a dividend payer. <
, THE OUSTER-CRITERION
is the propeity of the Gieat Northern
Mines'Co. The lnwer tunned is in
700 feet and two other tunnels have
ljeen lun^ibovc From the workings
two, gold-bearing 'leads,, are developed which ' show good gold
value's One of _ the-e leadSr is
what is kno.iMi as the Eva vein. There,
!��;.! ten-stamp mill,in connection with
the 'piope-ity iiiid/ti lliuiie a'n'd pipe4
"ipe fiiiiii P,u -I cicek.-apply the motive
i'
'  SILVER LEAD  PROPEaTIES.
i ' < ft    > '
''Further up Fish Creek we come to
the silvei-lead belt as, distinguished
from the fiee-gold belt'at Camborne
This sectipn is showing up'Wonderfully under development. On Cjo.it
Mountain is the    "��� e        '  '
"    r       ' ^JnG showing,   > y
one of the lnigesb 'surface showine- of
silver-lead oie to,he found in the Pio'-
theJpropei ty. There are several mineral beaiing, leads, ^some -carrying
silver-lead ore, and otheis free gold. A
splendid shoot of ore was struck this
fall, and already 500 sacks of. ore,have
been taken' out for transportation to
the suleltei*.      - ,,
&o,vi;k ��oi,i,Ait. ,   J
* This property was taken over last
year by the ElwoocLTinwoikers Mining Company ,of Elwood, Ind./and is
being developed/ 'A linei body of ore
was struck some months ago, several
mining men who, have seen it describing ity as the finest sliowiiigytheyliad
ever seen' It is expected the mine
will become a slnpper during this year.
Oie is exposed for oyer 300ft in the
diifis. A"saw mill lias been put in
and a compiessor plant 'will be installed. In that section me,the Silver
Ciown,' Smith   and   Okb Hoinestead
,      'lit-, ���  '���       I     ><-.       '|/   '     - 'V       V. ,'    .f-  "r/tM
V.'-:    '.        >.*V-   "   T '-    '"'    -v-l^Sfwl
; ��� ���"-""\ -   ^lAc      "., ,.,**- ",mmi
���,   ' 'i hi: i;va
���'Ms the moSt highly developed, and 'was
the first g.ikl   pi'oducoi   developed  on
the cieek    The oie bodies aic  ti.ice-
able (to,v.i' -tiniig and wi-li delincd leisure   ti.noising   the"" country      The
iwalls of this  iissine aie 'often  found
t.faced  with *fiee gold "" Theie aie^two
main, leads anil several- cross   veins
*"\vliich jaie "nipre ' (>i    less1- .iiiiifenui-'
'The giild-iie.fiing_,ch.i .icti-i uf tln-'Jfi--"
"sure 'has  been   p|ou*d   ro,,' a depth uf
2,o00 teet below the.apev of th  gifiund
r���.ov\ned by the c ���nip.inyliin   I.e\inginn
,    ,     *. ��� --        iy y _,..t,^_i.   .^. luwi-.. -._..
powd'i-1 The mill lan the greater part
HI la-t yen and wits a steady gold producer ^ It i& intended to add another
ten'-stain [is to the null and-resume
opeiations at an e.iily date       'L  u< A
.    ,   ' the goldfinch:   '  , A
was opeiatecl two years ago a iid pio-
duced good"v.dues fioin theoie milled,
bin it was nijstly sin face" work and
the pi'operty has never been thoroughly piospected and* developed. If this^
wen* done thei-3 is eveiy n-.ison to believe it willjjuin out all nght*'as it is
iii the heart of^the gold bejfc.-ha'e pro-
d iced lich samples mid is surrounded
'by ..old-be.iiing deposits'- Theie i^s a'
"-���.>.       c" *-i *���     _ ,'- ���
province, i The gieat mining enterprise
of the Lardeau is the      ' '    '  ,'
FERGUSON MINES, LIMITED,
who are opeiating the stamp mill and
Cliloi'inatiou plant,at Five Mile on
ores from the Silver Cup and Nettie L.
It is^eryViifliculfc to get, exact results
of the company's operations,, but it ds
understood theyaie well satisfied The
bullion output is reported at 2,000 ozs a
have seen it declare it to he one of the
most promising , properties,! in the
Lardeau.        <, ,'   '.
, ,   i       i        Till;  JIADSIIOT
is again'coming to the front, ore having been shipped from theie this
season,   iThis property has a higli re-
,  ,ii ,�� >'       i        ii
putatioii.      .is, i j _,j___l
'' Tin. AGi'lfA, i-~----���
Grpup above Ferguson should  mofifc"
OYSTER-CRITERION MILL. J
���     _        _   _ -        _THE EVA. FLUME.   _   _    '
th >u iit.ii n and tli e\ hivr5.:!! that im-   ten-stamp mil. .-n the gifiund and first
niense dep h i.i gioutid  availal"'e tor 1 class   war-'r   power lequtpmenir   iroin
Menhiinck cieek. v.ith electric plant
and an nt-iwl tniniviay u-hicli 'wa-
dain'gtd ly fii--- ia-t -niinner but
sf.ii'iiil !". iepiacefi at no gr.at cost.
vvuiking by meats oi.adits and tunnels a im tjiod ut mining vvliich avoids
the heavy e\p. use of opei.itiug snafts
rand pumps its the me can lie handled
fioin -ti-ri- tn mill In giavnation. Ah
aeital ti.nii connects t,,e mine with,the
4ten-sia-i)[) iitil! winch is operated by
vv.ite |..-\ei nuni P. i>l cieek The
jiull and ti mi .n��'well I'Uilt and eiju p
jii-d. N 7 tunnil i�� in DOO teet and
cciinectLi!  with Nn   5  tunnel  by an
vince.�� There is ovei*40ft of ore. The
ch.na'cter'of the 'oie is" lowci grade
than the usual run of the camp, but
that might1 be expected from " such a
large body. The values' aie said to
.iveiage about '$b0 %a ton. but that is a
Hist "blass prospect for investors wanting a big, milling piopeity, and , to,a
Coeui-'D'AleineViim who is accustomed to Ulvei-lead ore'running $20 a^ton'
it would seem a bot.anza ' ' ���
'  A new pioducer  in  this  section is
���      " THE   MAMMOTH. ,
O. .    j TV
Dining the past season this'propeity
shipped 30 tons of ore which gave le-
turns from $1;.G to'$lS0a ton, and the
owners me delight.d with then investment.        ���  ,
MOHAWK CREEK.
The   mineral  showings along  this
cieek aie amongst the best to be seen
groups, the latter piesenting a series
of saddle-lkcked 'reefs which-aie gold
beai-uig^a"nddobk as if tliey might turn
out well.   ". <"    i '      /f    i
j. \ 'POOL CREEK. t ^ '!:.
Ther.'aic several .promising claims
on Pool Creek,yand oil some a good
deala6f vvoik has been' done. __The
^principal groups'lit.the^jupper part" ot
the creek me the Wide West, belonging to the Elwood Tinworkeis Mining
Con pany, ,the Black Bear, Western
Star, Spiclei and Eulie. The Sir Wil-
fied'and Eclipse, which are only a
little way distant honi Camborne', are
leckoned among the best piospects of
the Lauleau. _    ,
_   ''   s TROUT LAKE.
, c
The lloisc Shoe and Lucky Boy
continue to develope satisfactorily.
The ore-bodies are at'the contact of
l
MIVOR f'kOPJ^RTIES.
The Lucky Jack, Cho!l<(. Stockholm S
Lobster, .-iinmp.. Kuigston, Cop'per j
D.ill.ir Independence iNel>on V.Mll j
Sneet. i-o-t Cup Sw.unp Angel  isuu-j
(SIL;V'EK 'CUP MOUNTAIN.4,"
/-'
.1     Z.
day. ��� A large'amount-of,, bullion is.
being i extracted*' fiom ';the" ores, run"
through'tbe mill,'and clean shipping
ore^is also'^being,taken^outj at the
Silver Cup. ""JThe cqjnpany^ had an
hand an extensive tunnel to prove" the
Silver Cup at a depth of 580 feet,-but
owing to the'damage to tlie compressor
plant by rsnow-slides ..last winter tlie
workdi'as been stopped->for the^present
"attentionl'y', There is*a fine showing of ���
copper oie here, and another, property *
well yvvjorth^he, attention" (3f'investors^ ���>
'is'that owned, by Messrs.'Holten and���-.'..
Downs on the ,Great 'Northern Moun-I- -
iim. --?'��� ^ '-, ,x;a c -**-^ "
'Col.���'Brayton has bondedV   -      k';. r '
'_ , v    n-        t     r _,,*_,*       r a.	
''        '    TUB. I. X. I,.
- -   -.        '   - . is'   *
beyond the Silver Cup, 'and  this1 has *
n%'
and tlie milling "ore*taken out of the  given good returns in gold.  ,/,    ,   '   ' ,       ,   I
���i_tt'-    j   _t   _   , i    j,< ',     ,   ���j(y<?, .   x���   -"'   '  Sl_*-J^" .-', -   i, ,_ J'   J   * I
r'~?    r..-    f\\, ^l't'"-' r ���\ytTP'Ov"^ .\",r"'",7"7<. -,ls:J, t .,T .-."Jv!"'' T"  y- ^\
fjfTiL. I^L^L-ZUPPEI.JTUNNEL^SILVER^CUP. i-.a...U��- -
--, r I ^ -.V
Tim c'HOMwnr.i, ^   ,
is another l.imous gold t producer, but
is badly, handicapped by-its location,
which makes it an  awkward property
ground formerly .developed. '���Aetial
tramways connect both the Silver Cup
and the Nettie' L. mines with the
mill. There are consideiable bodies of
concentrating ore in both propei ties
and it is on this oie the mill is working.     '   ' '       ��
AX   IMl'OKTAXT   WOKK. " ^ '
A big schemeis en foot to drive a
long tunnel,'on the extensiani of the
Nettie L. lead.   The work done in this
to _v\ork.      Recent bonders started to
drive a long tunnel but it caved in.
i i
���" ���> "   Tllli  OUTLOOK .'   ~
";> * ,- i*1 . ' i ;
for the milling industry in the Lardeau was never better than now. The
wealth is theie and thcresouicesof the
Tffi: GOLDFINCH MILL.
upini-e. liming the ten nioiith-the I-ct, Dc I'ccr-, Klondike, .Mothei Lode,
mill inn it prodiif-rd nn outptitof !f7."i.-1 Golden CIhcIk, TVfcMirjnvillo, Ooldcri
000 in gold A corhpif���fii jilant will | Wiflgf, F.viictt, and otbci projicrtifs
be Jput   in  and   anothci    ten  stumps I which fully win uint invcstigutiori.
anywhere. The ore m fiifi-tly -ilvir-
e.ifl, though there an* f-fo-llcfif, frec-
rnillirig gold pmapC-t-.. This only propei tics being flfvclopffl to any c<t(.fit
are the Silver Hollar mid lii-ntrif <��� iit,
the head of the creek. The lion trice
is the olde-st shipping mine in Unit
section and is located on the summit
overlooking the Trout Luke divide A
great deal of  work him been  done on
hioc arid -chist, and are veiy rich,
avr-i'iigiiig about $.'j(|0 a too. The
Lucky Ray liii" paid fiom glass-roots
iind the Ilorsc-Slioc bids fair to do the
same. There arc otbci pioinising
|ii'fi[if:rtif-s fiirth'-i iiji the mountain.
A great impetus has been given to
mining by the bonflingof IheWin.-low
groiip by liriico White, who is one of
the most  successful   operators in the
district only want to become known
to attiact capital to its development.
The coming visit of the American
Institute of Mining Engineers should
do much towards that end.
AERIAL TRAMWAY TO NETTIE L MINE
section piovcs the die occurs in leases,
Ihnt at the Cup being \cry large and
consisting of high guide ore, and it is
pi city ccitain other lenses can be
located along the stiike of the leads in
that section.
'i in; TKicm:
is again being actively developed, and
the latest stiike lepoited as giving
values of If 135 a ton.
���mi; suiii'i.isi;,
on the North Fork, is being vigorously
developed and it is understood   a deal
is on for it    A large body of oie has
already been proved up, and those who
A Safe Cough Medicine for
Children.
In buying a cough medicine for
children never be afraid to buy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There is no
danger from it and relief is always
sure tc follow. It is especially valuable
for colds, croup and whooping cough.
For sale by all druggists. i   o     a  I (  i      i ���������        ' "     ,i  ,   ,  THE KOOTENAY, MAIL  PROVINGIAL  LEGISLATURE  T.Taylor Appointed on Railway  - and Mining Committee.';  ,  '     '     THE   ADiiHESS. '  The liioving and seconding tof the  reply' to the speech from the throne  devolved'on Ross of Fernieand Ta>lor  of^Rpvelstoke. ,'   ,   "  iTaylor eulogii-ed the surplusr'fco the  full extent, took up some time with  the better terms topic, hinted 'at possible changes in the assessment act as,;  a lesult of the work of thecOmniissibii  and then .touched generally on trade  matters and the luinber'iiKlusii'yf In  regard toi the latter lie expressed the  hope that1 the federal government  would do the right thing and intimated it was up to the provincial government, to take'steps to giant'the lumbermen better titles to their lenses.  s, ,. __IGHT-li0UR  HAY.  I    V *  i .A'inong the hills given firstrending  was llawthornthwiiite's act to "constitute an eight-hour day for smelters.'"'  ������������������f     rTHE_I.UMlii;K .r.XliUSTKY. "' '  _.A; lively 'debate "niose over King's"  (Ci-finbrook)' resolution endorsing the'  request of thedumbqrinen of this province (foi' -an import duty on rough  "umber, i   ' -'   ' *���������  1 Premier McBride indulged in a little?  badinage at tlie expense of, the Liberals-and  was  followed  by  blulV John  01iyerlfin 'some'pointed*remark's on  "tory inconsistency! Dv  ^i f     *    ���������"'  J-'A^Mn'cdohnld, leader Jof the'opposition; rebuked 'JI<?Bride's dragging  in of party politics .in- the discussion  of'"this' subjecVr He"* explained the  action of itbe Conservative government  iii fernoving'the" tarili from lumber-in  1901:, because of Tthe existence of^a  eombine/in the Northwest and said  tlie**conditions' had,"sinee ch'anged so  as'to-permit' of- the^-present/ Liberal  govern ment- taking"f steps' to^ protect  the British Columbi.. lumber industry'  and at the, same'3 tiriie,csafeguard the  interests of Northwest-farmers.  .     j   THE   FINANCES.  'I  :55'5'5'5-S5'S"S'^-5$'5^'5'$'5'$-*-&*-2.:^������._*^:������^  /tr, ' < rmrw^^.      ijiwa   i   u  n.       -nr-sars-      ^-m.-m '���������" _��������� u. *r~.   _ ������ . *>  axro. .jmextio jost, ott:r,2s i  WELLS,  RICHARDSON &  CO.'S  <7l  f>  4.   i  *v  4.  4)  ,  4.,  4V  4>      *    Gives the'True Golden June Tint that Guarantees-Prize Butter  i.  <t.  i.  <t>  a.  UTTER COLOR  ,    ,  "      The Largest and Best Creameries and Dairies in,the World Use It.  i' ���������',-..,_     ;       ] i ,, ,    ,     ',,'   i -  LOOK FOR THE. DANDELION TRADE MARK.'   BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTES AND IMITATIONS.  V  ^a.3_.I.   I������B_TTGGrISa.S 'A.BTD   UHESjt%.X.3BJEt.&.  s?6s.:&e^s=������J^?ees^e$srs?srs?������ees5sr���������s?s.srsr*f^e&$6$$esr$  6-666-t^  , '" '���������������<������' ���������?.  EI.I-'CIKIG MOTO'R AT FEliUUSON'  MINI'S  li I-'DrCTIu.X WOI'K.S.  * jfv"���������:-���������" -   ,S   \A-.i_. II ''���������". ������-  'RX   . a -sf   i?.v ,"i-r,' ������1?*>> ' .s  -/'    '"   *t     I '" *'  i'i'., .    ,'  ',J-'','i'.yi'S''r..''*b''.-i)i > '- *".-~������l.   ' . ",        ;  REDUCTION WORKS OF FERGUSON MINES.  a deficit of over $200,000. " The  favor-.  able  bal.iiiee^claimedf.bythe govern-  iiientUyniade by deducthig  from  the  cu11entie.Npendltiires'tlie snm ol"$l7(Jv-  742.30   spent> on  -the -Westminister  bridge.   The."'mineral 'tax .amounted  to $1.5,841. of  which  West  Kootenay  c6nFi-ibutetr'ifJ;f),323.33;   free  miner's,  j certificates 159,854:75; mining returns,  $108,270 50; 'royalty on coal $95,600.50;'  timber -leases*. $ll(j,3S2 50; tiinherirbv-  altv and licenses, $289,356.93.    _ , ������������������"  *.RETUKXS  WANTED, u </  Stuart .Henderson    moved "for. the  returns of expenditure.   - -1,������  -   ��������� i ~",  ,o   ' . '. TIlE-YllU.nJ.T. i.EADElI.'      .-'I-.  * .Tn-fpeakihg to the,itdf!resS;.Mr.iJIac-  don'nld dealt seriatim with the various  point- discus-tcl in His Honor's speech  the lumbeiuig and mining .industry,  the financial situation and the ques-j  tion of '-better lirms" from the fedeial f  government., He ridiculed the pretended surplus, po'in-ing out that it  was merely a creation of the mathematician's "art, and a deceptive creation at that.  ���������  Instead of the ..anient of a siupius  there was a leal deficit, thr magnitude  ofivhichwas enhanced  when   ir, was  remembeied that, the item of revenue  entered under   Chinese   immigration j  returns was  one  earned  during   the  fiscal j ear 1902 3, not 100S.-4, and was!  merely entered in the  lecoipts of. the i  utter   because   it   was   during   iliat!  period that the money had been paid  over. . For _. the   present   year 'there  would be no such item of revenue, and  the   ministry   would   have  to  face  a  situation   nea'ily  as desperate as-was  that oi a year ago. -        r  s      '     From Our Own ffirrespotident. '  lam sorry to* have to lepra t the  death' of I"). Craig's child.. The body  was taken to New Denver forbuiinl.   l  The cold snap this week lias enabled  J. Hector to get a good supply of ice  in. '  The concert given under the auspices  of the Presbyterian Church was a gieat  success, especially" the dramatic part  of the performance. We trust another  will be given in the near future.  Mis. ,J. Cndden, of Tlnee Forks,  spent a few day here visiting Mr. L. F.  McDougald.  i  A Chicago Alderman Owes his  Election to Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy.  ���������'I can heartily and conscientiously  recommend Chamberlain's' Cough  Remedy for ailections of the throat  and lungs," says Hon. John Shenick,  220 do. Peoria St.. Chicago. "Two  years ago during a political campaign,  I caught cold after being overheated,  which irritated my throat and 1 was  finally compelled to stop, as I cf uld  not speak aloud. In my extremity a  friend advised me to use Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy. I took two doses that  afternoon and could not believe my  senses when I found the next morning  the inflamation had largely subsided.  I took several doses that day, kept  righton talking through thecompaign,  and I thank this medicine that I won  my seat in the council." This remedy  is for sale by all druggists.  "Poultry^raising with a<>Cli.itliam  Incubator is a very profitable ami  easily managed occupation.1 "Unless  you* want to go .into it extensively it  need take but very little ol'your time.  Government ,reports show that the  demand for chickens 'in'-Canadai is  greatly in%excess. of" tlie supply and  'Gieat Britain, is-'always clamoiinir  for-more.���������jTh:i_c-me.ins -a- steady.,  market and ifootl pi ice-, for chickens.  ; Vou cannot iaise chickens sm c'tti-  Tully with a .setting hen. ' She is wasting unic sidling- when she should be  l.ving. ' While s"e is hauhin,, and  brooding a few'chickens she could be  l.iyinJf five or si\ do/en egg's. Tht:  percentage ot chickens she hatches is  much less than that produced by the  Chatham Incubator. '  It will pay vou lo own a Chatham  Incubator.  Chrtth.t'll Incubatois- contain every  improiement of importance in Incubator construction that has been produced. Tliey are made of thoroughly  seasoned wood, with two walls, case  within case. Between these'���������walls  mineral wool is packed forming the  very best insulation. Each1 piece of  the case is mot Used and grooved and  screwed, making the whole as solid  as a rock.c Chatham Incubators are  equipped with scientifically perfect  regulators which are an infallible  means of regulating' the tcinpei attire.  fe cash to pay until  er,  We will start you raising poultry  for profit with a Chatham Incubator  without one cent ol" money from you  until next i'-ill. That means that you  can-take off seven or eiifht hatches  and make considerable money out ol  the Incubator before the first payment  becomes due.  We couldn't make this offer if v\e  weie not certain lh.it il" you accept it *  you \vil!lget complete satisfaction, if  we were not positiie that the Chatham  Incubator will pay you a handsome  yearly income.  This is a sli aiiflitforward offer. We  make it to show our supii-me confidence in die Chatham Incubator. We  want you to accept this offer as vvc  aie suie of the siftisf.iction our Incubator will give. Every machine we  have put out so far has made other  sales in the same neighborhood.  l)ur offer is to send you a Chatham  Incubator at once, freight prepaid by  us ujithout ona cent of cash from you.  You make i/our first payment in  October. 1905. The balance to be paid  in October, 1900, or if a Cash Buyer  you get it cheaper. Could any offer  be fairer or more generous ?  Smith rmi (kt . h'ov.mlii-r lith. lfjfil  Tlio Incubator will 1'rmnli.r that 1 lmnirlit from your  ncnt. in tuni-  I .. I.ii nnw to jm Hi" nlnile aim.iuit  Uiii full. If lou ������ill cHp mo a iHi'Miuil    I mil viry  mu. 1, jiloftsi<l with imili [ririili-ito. ami UrooiliT, ami  woulil not li* Hltliont th.Tn. In-niniin I ilmrei!  toll  loaiiOD, more than tho Inruliator nn.l Hrooiiur i-o-it in.'.  Your. r������s|iTtfitlly -  MIIS  W  nVSLOP  Wrife us to-day for full particulars  of our offer and mention this paper.  Don't put it aside for another time as  this special proposition may be withdrawn at any time.'  THE MANSON CAMPBELL CO., Limited  Dcpt226_;iintriam, Ont.  ���������.lANUFACTURFR. Or  Chatbam TannlnK Mills anil Chatham Farm S-alci  tllSTBIBlITIMl WARrilOUSrl AT  Montreal, Quo , Brandon, Man , Calvary. Alia.  Now Wos-mln-fr, I> 0 , Halifax, N.B.  i-AcrrortiFi at  Chatham, Ont., and Detroit, Mich. 12  Quotations saibmitrpil h-t- Iii*i*i|i.i1 Tm-iii. .Shi-n.''1 ���������" i  and all   kinds  of repair  wFi'ik.    Millim-n1. v. i \ u Ihm- ,u.  liiisiiif.ss iiftor ONE  tii.il., HOE BITS AND SHANKS  stuck aL'low.'St i-.tteif. '' i    '    ' '  st.|i.l '!\bth Suns  ���������Mini t._r Tts ' ._(���������.,,,/  '  ..!!  - /.-  ki-pi   in-  ',.,���������   ,.������r.ST>3������< ts���������..���������S-, .-������������������  E.   B.   E  " KING EDWARD,1* lUOOs  ���������''llEADLICHT,' SfKJs  "'EAGLE." 100s .nid 2110-  f-VICTORIA."  11 LITTLE  COMET.'-'  FOR   SALE   EVERYWHERE  Are the Best that can be bought.  Don't experiment wii_h.-ot.her and inferior brands.  USE   E1X)ID"^"3S  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords. Best .Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $i a-day.' ������ Monthly rate..  ALBEET      STOITE      PBOP.  J".  iDKinsrac  PERFECT rON   COCOA  (       It is absolutely pure  COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE ICINGS,  CREAM BARS ETC.' ARE VERY CHOICEST QUALITY  The COWAN CO., Limited, Toronto THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Is the time to  arm  ( r  I,<  i <<  ,,���������*���������  . > v   'Fo do'*this look,at the ,c  ���������  '/,  '    . supply,of,'.. '   ./���������   ,  i-"'i. . '      '    ' '  ' ,' ,  Chamois Vests    ,   " ,  Chest  Protectors and  f ' '      '   1      r  Chamois Skins    I J:  V ,      ���������    AT."THE"-    .-   ',.  CANADA DRUG; &  ; BOM CO,  r i������j. J-  ,c ' .*. ���������; born/ *���������,;;;<���������  :,���������  ��������� McDoxauj���������bi.-<Fob/2nd, to''Mr.*iincl  Mrs. Stewart -McDonald a daughter.  to 'Rovolstoke  rjiT   -  j   'V<..\ DIED:   L    t   ; ;���������'-  McDonald���������On.'Feb. 3rd, .the infant  ���������" daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart  ' 'McDonald. ,-     ,     ,  - 1'  Local arid General.  ,) Seattle ,'lumbermen have- raised  , prices oOc to %\: "' w , f >  ^ <=. 'M.M1. Buchanan, formerly of8 Cam-  .' '.borne* dicd'in Oregon.      - '      i  <��������� Since the'issue of rhe'new directory  -   and rules the   Kevelstoke   telephone  ('"se'rvicejis'excellent.' '^        >   ',  ",,   W. fl   neid,of' Arrowhead   is, up-'  < _.,pointed,lic_eii������e,"coiiimi!>sioiier_for Rev';  elstoke iirplace ot F.- McCarthy.  "���������"'".  Strong petitiolis are_coiiiing~in from  ^11 branches uf the mil way service and  ilumber  cnnips   asking   the^ .hospit.il  s - bo.u-d t(i.,/etain   Dr.  Chipperfield  on  "��������� -the siiin-,:-i., '.* *.'' f-*"   * * y ' "���������?  7 The wise ciiiz-.!! talks MoY his own  ���������'_" town1 liisi, 1,lit. and all the time? _.If  ��������� ;ybu can'i-do this foi;  Reveistoke  it  is"  ���������time for" you t_T look for a 'new"  1   , location.        i' , '       ��������� *   - ^   ,.  * y _.__ Tlib two samtjle  rooms   wliich "the  "*~jloie"l ReTel'stT.ke If.i.Tar'raT.ged at   tire  ,    McCaity    block   are   piovi-ig a great  'convenience to commercial   trav-.-lleis  and the business men of the city. .     .  "'     The Mining Review writes in strom:  ���������-terms of  the   navigation   being   per  niitted to   be   closed   on Trout, Lake  and   considers- the   C.  P.  R. should  make an   etl'oi t   to  re-open a channel  on the lake. ' .  ' iMessi's.* Sibbald & field slate the  infoiiuatioii given us that a leading  builder in the city had purchased all  available lots on Third Srreet east is  not correct as they, as agents for the  C. P. P..'have lo s for sale there.  The luuil emit u of thedistrietspeak  in-the highest tern s'l-f tlie Reveistoke  * hospital and medical service, stating  dt 'is the best they have ever experienced ana fnr.iheud of the' service  L'   obtained in any neighbouring district   A1 man   named   Bonner,   who   was  'mining at French  Citek.   started ' to  come to Kevelstoke last weekandjwas  - f caught in a blimud.     When   camp-  I'ing for tlie night it w,is discovered his  ' 'feet were fro/en   and   his companion  in the face of gieat   difficulties   managed   to   get <him   to the Reveistoke  Lumber   CompanyV camp at Rocky  Point, tv here   he   was   weir cared  for  , ! ' jl  and ii' messenger sent  foi'.iiMistance. Ilo was<!brought to  the cit>\on M outlay'*iihd,his,toes had  to bo amputated. y '''',"  , The Rev.'Jonas 'Bushel! will lecture  on temperance iii the Presbyterian,  church oi^ Monday, and , in the Sal-'  vation Ariiiy Hall on Tuesday at S p.  ���������in. Mr. -Bushelf- is an experienced  lecturer.'- Admission free, collection  itiikcn,   ',        ,'J ,  i '   \  Iii the write up df.Fisli'Creek iti'an-  other column mention is inadvertently omitted of the Scout group,"owned  by" George Goldsmith and'(Ipai-tners,  and on which' a lot of development has  been,done. This- property has shown"  up well and 'is one of the best prospects  in,the camp.    r      .'   .      '., ,    '_,  The city council'met-last r.ight and  had ii long discussion on- cos't' of redu'1  cation?1", the"' matter, being "referred to  thejiiiarice.conimittee to report,at  special meeting Monday. It was decided to ^purchase; 500 feet hose^'and  compensate Fireni'annKnapp jorjnjur-  ics.and put alarms ih several firemen's  houses,. A warm discussion"took place  on insurance,,board v. non-board, and  it'was decided to divide the''premiums  equally among the 'different ..agencies;  _ _        j'       ."     "       tt;-"t-   -''< ; '   p- -5-,,  t' "��������� . 1* c  Social & Personal  Business Locals.  goods, C. B,  iyWallac'e Ludgate   luis   left   Arrow-  head-iiiid returned to the coast a  ri I '  '   S. ' Menhinick     has     resigned 1<)as  engineer of the Proctor "at Trout Lake.  '       r       ������     I   i '     _ '  .1.0. Pi per, has gone to Three Valley  to iicce.-t .t good position w'uli lL.."L.  Kiiiniuii. j , t. *''���������'.'* ''',',  , linv. \V. 'o!.yCalder and' Kdwaid  Ailan leave Moilduy to rattend tlie  Oi.iii!.e Gran'd Lodge at Vernon.'     \  Mr', utid ^Irs. aK. v L. Kin man-are  Staying,'at .-tbe HotCj' Ri_v_clstoke  piepaiatury_,to iiitikuig^tlieir homeaii  Keveleioke?.   ��������� -.      "      , . ;      <���������%  The friends'of A. E. Claik will be  glad to leurii that his s|Jti wlio. nlet"  w.111,1 he sei ions oo.is'lliig .iceldeiit at  Piioeiii_.ru December last has complete!., l'ecovuied. '  -o  Messis. buultoee and- BeilsOi), Ot  thellnpell.il .anb- start, weie banquet ted at lrout Lake on iheo.c.ision  oi men being moved Irom tbere to  the Arrowheai' branch.  Bargain' sale   of* dry  Hume, &,Co.      " "     ,  New, Books always coining in'.'at.fche  Canada Dr.ug'it Book Co's.'    ;'   ;  ���������   K. Truciiian will be in his  studio in  Reveistoke, on Tuesday, 14th' Feb.,'for  'about three weeks. /        .      '    i>  jp < i i  ' Just opened' up at If o.vson's * Furniture Store a large stock -of Matting,  Rugs, etc. ,( ,,, ' .    n    *   ' rjy    ' ,  r 'Read C. 13. Hiinie'lt   Co''s advt. on  frontpage.'11'0       *������������������"���������-.,>,  "V   -,' -i.  , s!*     ' '-   .        r    ���������    <'  Poultry   food "and   stock   * food, in  packages at'the panada Drug.Store.  -  ;, R. H. Tr-.ieiii!in arrived' on" Thurs-;  clay and.will be in personal, charge "of  his photographic-studio for two weeks.  , -'Wall Paper, _ Wall' Paper?eleganV  designs,; and "coloring.* ,' Hdwsou's  Furniture Store is'the place.-- -"'������������������-'".  .. Bromd Quinine for a cold.' Breaks  it''up in a night.' The-'Canada Ding  & Book Co.- keep it.',   < ���������        ������  ' Messrs. Knight ''and Devine have  taken over.M. A. Wilson's; tailoring  shop and,stock'.o". -   -/,'   ,-   -'-  _i'The Willing Workers,'will hold an  'At Home in the church on Thursday,  March 16th.A i     < _      <" ' '��������� '     '  ',; F. G. Brown has put1 in the room at  back of his cigar,store, two_ first-class  pooh table's just (iriiporteci,''froni  Toronto.    '     *i       , ~    -, -    'v  Let* it, ever < be remembered that  Howson's Furniture Store is .heiul-  quiivers for Iron Beds andiron Frame  .���������?p"r;iiigs., .Tliey take the lend, n \���������."  <       *  % .* - --  - Coltd Cream." .W-itch , Hazel ,Crenm  and several- elegant p'repa'rations for  chapped hiuids and face can always  begot at t the Canada Drug & -Book  Co.'--'     - *.   ; -   >j _:    '  ���������-Knight "It r-Co.,"-ham-and - ba'con,  curers.iof Vernon, draw attention to  their* smoked ' shoulders, ordeis for  which are filled at 10c. per lb.  "Dr.'?irori-isf.n, dentist, goes to Salmon Arm Monday and will be absent  from,thecitv tii'ree or four davs. .  Messrs,, C.iley and Campbell, <who  have purchas-ed the Arrowhead Hotel,  intend enlarging and improving the  building.  Xortin'Printz, of the 20th Century  Shorthand College, will address the  pupils,at the school  on-, Monday   on  DO  You realize that Real JEstate in, Reveistoke offers a very '..profitable -an'dj'safe  investment.', Do you realize,that price's  'are,.bound to advance from'25 .per,cent.  to 50 per  months ?  .'cent,   wjthiiir thej   next' few<  VVillfbe worth spmething'tc"you to investigate the correctness of this*state-,  m'ent; 'it'matters not whether you< have'  a'few'dollars orji few thousands to invest. .There'can'only.begone result���������\  JPRQPIT: <. ',���������/".���������;,',"-"   -sf ���������"'-,>'  Is the'time to Invest."'.N6w/ris the time  to* investigate:, ' /Now ist-the , time '.to  'familiarize, yourself /.with"}' thet"'different!  properties.; Call'today'fdrjist.and.terms.1  DO. IT' NOW,;. *,. 0\ir- land -is 'the" 'choic-!  est'in the,iCity���������the''Smelter'c-To,wnsite.  -   (-, -��������� ���������',,'*':''     -     1 ' ' r "'  -  j   ���������_  Reveistoke * Insurance h  -u-^-tV'  E.   C.   Frouiey   returned Saturday  frum his eastern trip.      He   had   the  double unpleasant  experiences   of.be- j shorthand.  ins iiuarantiLed   and   caueht   in the      ...   , '     ,  ..rT.,, ���������.,���������!- .,r \i_,i..m_ u7r' v\ e have engaged the   services of a  train wreck at .vieuicme nat. !  .       . ,       ,  - ^ , ,  .    ,-,  , j tinsmith and are  prepared  .to   do all  , R. W. Kelly, of Kelly! Douglas and "kind's of tinning work. k Orders left  Co., the well-known Vancouver .nier- j with us will have prompt attention  chants, visited the city this week. 1 Mos'crop Bros., Second Street, 'Reyel-  Mre. Kelly accompanying-*-him.     Mr.'stoke.  Kellv is i_ni.res.-ed with the growth or!     Tr-,,   :      , ,  . . .,      _   ,  Revel=tok-fe.     He i= exteudini his trip -_ -J- l>lnan- 'f^ meager of the Red  to South Koott-nav and the Boundary ! Cross Drug   store,   has   purchased' a  tvv r", i-       ,' i drug store at candon.    J.A.Buckham.  cojun   i ��������� - , ,      '     1 , j the proprietor, came over from Golden  R,_Cd!ev returned Monday from  his . to take charge for the present,  trip "to _Oa.ifor.iu "and ,  I'liorouchlyi     c    B    H~me that in all'his  enjojedit. Hei..ysBritislrCoiu.nbi.Mtnlveli ch h p .fi Coasti GaH.  is-attracting great attention in the fornj and fnterior. cities he never  ctates.������nd peopie lie met ivho know j eaw i finer harclware store th(ln tliat  Jlevelstoke expres-ed the opinion   this. C0D  iedb   th    LawreBce   Hard.  town and district have a great   future} c���������_ lQi Rfehtoke,  belore them.  WINTER SPORTS  HOCKEY.  C. P. Ri Team Beats City Team  r. Last Night in a Good"Game.' ^  > vA hockey liiatch- was 'played-- last  night between tennis, representing the,  cRy^ndJC^IVR;, b'ut there was a ifoor  attendance of spectators/'The^game  resulted in a 'win for the C. P-,R. by  3 to 2-. The line-up was:'  Reveistoke        Position-        -C. P. R.  Armstrong Goal..-. Cast  A Hum...- Point. ...*... .Calder  Sissons   CoVer Somes  Edwards. ._....*. .Cover Barber  Dunn.1..."' Center..'. ..Chambers  Knight Left wing.. .'..Knowles  Bews  ........Richt wing    Sutherland  Sissons captained the city'and Barber |the C. P. R. team. A wa 11 fof combination was evident on both sides.  Barber was the whole thing on the C.  P. R. side and for the city Knight, Al-  lum and Edwards played a good game.  Body's  Health  From tiit- Ruby m tlie Grand  Dame. UV all ni-erl hnif-he.-  For th'- body anrl hair. V\V-  have thf l)t"-t  Nail  Tooth  Bath and  Hair  Brushes  we, could pobpibly jirocure.  RED (CROSS  DRUG STORE  CIIAS.'J. QUINAN; Murifiger.  The J_adie,-; Hospitil' Guiid guve  mother succe-sinl dance in the Opera  j House last night. The music by the  ' Kevel-toke Independent Band w.i-  I very _;oofl. The ladies served rpfre-h-  j ments. After the regular pfogriiiiini"  l w.is finished a few extras were played  j whicl- were much appreciated.  ��������� Cleveland V. Il.Ui, wh'.- h,H .i-suri)-  jeel the district management ot trie  j Mutual Life In-tii'.iiic<    <"o,   of <-Svi\ -  Vi.rk, ivill inakf- Ri-vel-t'iki' hi-i hcid-  fliisrfcr.s..      During   tlie   pu-t year Ik-'  re-ided in Vancotivr-r  and   h.i-  takf-n '  an active part   in   the   atlair- ui' the  Company on   the  coa-t.      I'"th   Mi.  and Mr-. Hall .ir-cb-ligbted   with   the  climate and .condition   of   things  n,  general and  l"ok    forward   with gn-at 1  pleasure to their Btay in Revelstokf  The    Review    .a>~        Mi-������    Carrie  Cooke,   who   since   her   arrival  h^re  -fiinc ten   months  ago  ha?  endeared  her.-elf tn the hearts of man.,, is  i shortly  leaving  for   \.irowhen.'l   with  .Mr.  and   Mr-i.   E.   K.  J!oultb-e.      A 1  Inige party of friends a-scndilf-d at the ' Revf.-1-itoke Wine ,tnd Spirit Oooipany.  rosidciice of .Mrs.  W.   R.   ffollenhcck; ffe has also received an ordci from  .1.  1 A business man must advertise to  j get on top, and to stay there he bus  I got to advertise al,l the time. The  j best medium' for your advertising if  I you want to get on top is tlie Koor-  j r.N.w M.wr.  I W. B." Fiiik-y. the Oksinagan Valley  I phot"giaiili"r. will 'make a vi.-it to  Rt'vel-s.nke tin* ,'frst two week* in  Fflirimry. If ymi need anything in  ph''f'iirr.iph'i'' line 1m-������.iio and -ce him.  All work will benni-heii in Reveistoke.  tin quality uf which will he of, a \t-vy\  high order. '   150N  W. ,f. (Iiorgt ha^ taken the stoie  lately occupied by W', M, Lawrence-  and 1- fitting it up ih .1 ladie<- dry  goofij (lepartrin-nt. Usir.g the pre-ent  -t'lre ffir '.'cnts fiiriii-hing. Iff; expect-, to open tile new -tore next week  and hfiid a clearing -ale to make  room for spring good-.  .-'. McMabun has a bu-y f-eason  iihe.tr!, Iiaving received order? to  build delivf-rv rig- for A. E. Renni-on,  Lawrence     Hard ware     Co.,   anrl  the  CURLING.  .    ���������  The local curlers are getting through  tlieir bonspief. For the* Equitable  Life cup Foote beat Dallas 10-9,-Rae  'beat Kincaid 9-8.      '  For the Calgary, Brewing cup Dallas  beat Foote 13-10. and'Rae beat Brown  li-11.' ^~ -'-      -   -  For the Burns trophy Dallas beat  Kincaid 6-1. Jackson beat Dallas 12-7'  and R e beat Brown' 12-11.  ;     YODO FUJI  '   *'  -.'     .   has'i-eop'piied 11 s,  RESTAURANT  * 011 MeKi*n/.i(*l'A venue. - '"'  Open Day'and'.Night: First-Class'Sdrvice  '."j-,    " '   ' , 1571 e "' "'   '"���������'"   ' *'  ,  '"    *    "   ' *        ft'   - '  *U i]T you wane in Mill vvcifk (l^iuiin >��������� ^  House," CaiTiag-eTaititing'"or' Decorating-  :^ ���������;p1;.B1RiLL^'"i-  i'        Paper Hiiiiging .-1 Specialty.  Dntiglas streit - r ' next II. Needh,un's  %Reveistoke. i,       '*    180 apw,-  CHURCHES.  'PKn3BVTi.RfA_c���������-Morning service by  Rev, Jonas Bushel. I1.veiling : "The  Glory Beyond."  Jln-rrroniST���������The"Rev. VV. C. Calder will conduct service Sunday morning. In tbe evening Rev. Jonas  Btishell will preach.  Moscrop Bros.;  Sanitary  Plumbing, Hot Water  & Steam Heating, Pipe Valve  Fittings, Tinning work of  '/       alL Descriptions.        :_  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures gfn5'J Put In. -,  XMAS GIFT  1 j^ v. - 0 -  J. Guy Barber  Second Street, Reveistoke  GUILLETTO.& GALLO.  Socoiui St., Rovolstoko,       ' l     ,  announce they have entered into partnership as    .   ' ,  Grocers, Confectioners, Fruiterers  .HEALERS IM  DHY  G00US   * '  AND   BC.OTS"AND   SHOES. . w"  and will extend their business with a,  view of making it second to none.-  -      ' ' loGtc  WANTED  WANTED���������Work of any  kind 'by  voting married man; good with  horses; adapted,Lo business; wif  cudk.    Apply at Mail oflice.    --  good  RINK.  The rink will be open for skating  every afternoon from 3 to .') and in the  evening from 8 to 10 p. m.  Gentlemen's season tickets sjiy.OO,  ladies $3.0(1, single tickets 2oc. or live  for .$1.00.  Tickut-j may be had at F. G. Urown'i.  cigar -tore or at the rink.  131 tc  on Thursday evening to tender their  regrets to Mi-- Cooke on her departure from their midst. Occasion was  made'to present Miss Cooke with a  handsome volume of the "Life of  Moody." The retiring lady has  i.ssocintod herself since lior arrival  with the .services at the .Methodist  church, and herself conducted the  Sunday cveningservices. '  H. Robinson to build a firr't-r-lft.-'-i bin  for the'nieen'ri Hotel. fn hit implement department Mr. MoMahoti im  also doing good businc-i, having  orders from fn far as Salmon Arm.  Clark, a Well-Known Canadian,  putt on the marked the finest Potted  Meats, Corned Beef, Lunch Tongue,  fork and Beans, etc., ever known.  It should be borne,in ,uiind that  every cold weakens tbe lungs, lowers the vitality and prepares the  j system for the more serious dis--  eases, among which arc' the two  greatest destroyers of human life,  pneumonia and consumption.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has won its great popularity by its  prompt cures of this most common  ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves the lungs and opens the  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent cure. It counteracts  any tendency toward pneumonia.  Price 25c, Large Size 50c'  WANTED KNOWN-AH kinds of  loose-leaf-account books, card  indexes, and .special ruled, perforated  or punched papers may be'oblainod at  tin* Kootkxav Mail printing office. '  WANTED���������Girl for general hotise-  vvoik.     Apply  Lo Mrs.   J.   G.  iMacdonald, Fitsl street, Reveistoke.  w^r-  An energetic and leli-  niiin to represent us at  Reveistoke and surrounding territory  and sell our Hardy Specialties in Fruit  and Ornamental Nursery;Stock; special  list for B.C. planting. Terrilory reserved. 'Pay weekly. Handsome outfit fin midied free. Write for terms  and send 125c for our handy pocket  Microscope. Stone & Wellington,  esi Toronto, Ont.  Microscope.     Sl(  Fonthill Nurserie  tf-JlA  Itcd U.Mij  l-i-Krof inH'is -f.-i-ririfl 11111I   fourth  Tuc-ifliijs fif .wli  inrmth. White ..f.-o DeKrec  in'f In'I hird Tiirs'liij c.f eif.li rinnrtc-r,1 In 0(1(1  folio'..,! Mull,    Visiting hrothieii wulcoine.  M. COOK.K. T. RAIIT,  President. Hocrotary. .  TRY OUR y_  SMOKED  SHOULDER  10c PER LB.  KNIGHT &13<tX  VEK.VO.V, B. G. | \ZLZJ.  llSlliiffi  ������   It  j|S'SSs  IBABT'S OWN  SOAP  used by particular people  both young and old.  Keeps the skin soft, clear  and white.  Xo other Soap is just as Good. 034  AlBERT TOILET SOAP CO., Mfrs.  MONTREAL.  I'i,   .,    I* <:  d\ *H  - , _  ^ ^9  ���������- 1 ^  -           jB|  ���������'  -' i  1 .^IH  H  ��������� .,������.1  V....H  IH  ���������is1.       ^  m i... r  ���������    |     V     ,-~X-  mi  -     j _.        _ 'f     f>  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  NEW BUSINESS FIRM  " ,       r '        '' t  Have Opened Up in,Their New  and' Palatial Home.;.. ���������  The Lawrence llardwaie Co. opened  this week in llieir new brick'warehouse  on McKenzie avenue.' \V. M. Lawrence started the, business here in  1897.  having formerly ,been si.v years  'Sn'business in   Winnipeg.   .Since  his  i arriv.ul iii the city he' has proved one  of our most popular, esteemed and en-  prising citizens, ever ready'to lend a  helping hand to any movement cal-'  ciliated to advance the best intere.-ts  of the city and district. Owing to the  rapid expansion of thc-busincss it was   plumbing and heating w  divided into suiton oi, oilier-. 'Dr.  Morrison has' taken a suite or six  loonis foi I) nrnl parlor- and living  rooms, these he is fitting up in exce  lent' style, even to 11 water motor in  the dental parlor tor upciuting hi.-  diilling machine. '  ,. ThcLawrence llardwaie company  are arranging to keep a liistchiss stock  of a'll 'cl.i-i-e- of hardware, including  mill, logging and camp supplies, and  will conduct a.whole-ale a-- well aa a  retail, business, keeping travellers on  the roiul to solicit ouloi's and look  after rei|uiiements of their' customers  guneially. . ,' ' -  - The -toie will be litted witii bicycle'  ladders an'd i~ b.ing heated by hot  water. ,  - On the upper door is tlie'tinning  mom, 25 i'ccc M|unie. litted,up with  lirst class plant for all kind-, of tinning  T     -   *  i>  '  ���������  J  _ *      ''    .      S""--'  1. 1  '     ''  '"       ''i  r      -        \     *  ';' j''J  THE LAWRFXCE -BLOCK.'  decided last year to organise it "a- a  joint stock company and amalgamate  with it the hardware business of C- B.  Plume & Co Limited. A contract  was let to' W. A." Foote for the erection  of a substantial brick block for the  i new firm, which' was- registered as the  Lawrence, llaidware Company._ Limited, with'a legiste'red capital of $00,-  i       ,  .; :_���������:?._. .������.\<.<.V.?-s3-  jjgWe wish the new limi all "success ii-  their enterpii-e, and m theevpeiienced  hands of,Mr. Lawience the -li'iiehbld-  ei's have a gu.iiante of the most effective* and econiiniicni mini moment,  while the pnblie know thev will receive  the utmost eomtesy nnd their ueuuil'0-  ments the best attention.  C. B. HUME..  President Liwrcnce Hardware Co.  ���������O00. The officers and directors of the  company aie- C. B. Hume, president,:  VV. M. Lawrence, vice-president; T. E  I. Tavlor. secretarv: W. S. Newman.  F. B. Lewis. W Sturdy.. G. S. McCarter and Dr. Sutherland, directors.  tiii: xcw stoki:  '���������lias a frontage on Mclvenxie avenue of  50 feet with a depth of 100 feet and i������  swo stories in height.   The  basement  '.AY I.O R.  ���������fcio.firy L.iu rvnco H ir 'v. iro Co  it.i-'  -"���������        r  ;\V. Mi LAWRENCE,'  Mannuini; Director Liwrencu Hnnlwar.-l ������������������.  -Is the full size ot the building. The  foundation i- oi masonry, with walls  -two feet in thicknes-.    The  brick   su-  ~;peistructuie has   17-incti walls for the  'lirst storey and 13-inch wall.- for the  second story. The height of the ba-e-  ment is 10 feet in the clear, the height  'from ground Moor to ceiling is 11 feet  and the upper Moor 1__  feet.    The up-  -per floor is supported by massive iron  pillars.  The building'is plastered throughout, well lighted with .plate ghia- in  -front windows and roof light-, of glass  set in wirewurk, making a method of  lighting new to the city and at the  same time ~ubst.inti.il and effective.  The masonry and brickwork were sublet, to 13 C. l-'miiicy, who made an ev-  cellcnt ioh of this part of the work,and  the whole building relleot- the highest  credit on the workmanship oi the.  contractor, Aid. Foote. The building  was designed by Mi. Daltoii, architi ct,  -of Vancouver.    The upper Moor isMih-  Jf iljc-W  i.-."-  *,i....  jvy^.'wy,.-,'.  iL'jSg.5?*"nv--'%.-  ���������-��������� -- ���������'��������������������������� -"  v :...���������Ki,--i...--i-. ������������������.'.'- .'. i'       -.. ;j  sswr-'!!'"V"  - _--"-.  I*. B. LEWIS.  IM.t.'Ctor Lawrence llnrdwnro Co,  , W. T.'DALTON,  Architect'Lawrence Block.'  ' 1',.1-t u;_, in-se   lllliii-nef <-rl-llei.  '_'!._��������� men ol l'orui-i.il are as, loud of  d.ow ,N'are ilie women.' Tlioli lingers  ,-'i-e nearly always .loaded Willi lings,  nnd 'about tlieir bodies,, which are  olien as round as tlio bowl., of tlieir  tobacco pipes! liinig chnliis.iis lliiek nu  ropes, 'froui which are suspended  bundles of trinkets..  , U'lie Portuguese dandy is very fond  of anything that will'attract public  iittentiun to his much 'esteemed person. Above Ins snowy vest lie wears  a cravat of gleaming colors, while In  Ids buttonhole is stuck "a' full blown  ro-s-. of inordinate size. I think I am  pretty safe in saying Hint most of the'*'  promenadei-s' I have seen strutting'  about in the chief .thoroughfares on  Sunday with a ridliig whip in their,  hands" arrd'.liniiclsoiiic spurs on tlieir  heels have never set foot in the stirrup. The spur is to (hem it sign of  nobility which they arrogate to themselves���������a relic of the privileges of the  old chivalry.���������London Standard.  '.notation,  of  Kini>  Sinvdml.  "  In' the shop of 'a ciibiiidtnmkcr In  New .York a sign announces "sawdust  for sale." ,,There is no evidence.any-  w.here of the bags of Y-o.-irsi1 pine sawdust such as Is used in buR-hei-s' shops,  market-, and saloons.  ';_\Ve don't handle that stuff," said  the proprietor of tlie shop., "Our specialty is in the sawdust of fine woods,  such as mahogany, boxwood and sandalwood. We "sell,'sitwdlist by ' the  ounce or tlie pound, not by the bushel.  ���������The sawdust of fine hard woods brines  good prices.' Thqre are about twelve  varieties of it, and each,lias its np-  'propri.ite use. ���������  '  . .'-Boxwood sawdust, the mos^t expensive of all, is used by, manufacturers  ---to burnish silver* plnle and Jewelry.  Sandalwood is used for scent bags and  for the preservation of furs. There Is  no waste of sawdust in our business.".  W.--A. FOOTE. -  Contract, >r L i\\ rence 151 ���������  Where  IluhleH   Conic .From.    ',.  The ruby mines in I.iu-iiiu' are of four  kinds, tbe most valuable being gullies  formed by the actioii'Of water on the  side o'f/the bills.1 Next'to 'these.come  tho shafts, or tunnels,, sunk in1 tlie hillsides; and then the wells.   These last  ' are sunk in the valley, and are of two  sorts. The deep wells are sunk to  fifteen,or twenty feet, and the shallow  ,ones 'only reach to four feet; where  the first ruby bearinsr stratum Is found.  Rubies, or rather red stones of all  sorts, are offered for sale in lame numbers and "fit every conceivable ,price.  The' inhabitants are well off, the miners hems either Slums, in their enormous broad brimmed straw hats and  b'asrgy trousei'.-. or Chinamen, in indiso  blue. ���������'  r'���������>-*i SJL0.  a  Mnrvol  or ."Wontl   Curvinir.  One of the si en tost works ofUIeiuj"  Vorbruggon is tlie carved pulpit of the,  grand parochial church at . Brussels  Tlie'-whole 'de-sign , is an ..allegorical  ���������scene. -At the ba.so are Adam nnd Eve.  life size, expelling tlie angel, while  ci-im Deatli himself may be seen hovering in tlie rear The first pair bear  upon tlieir shoulders a hollow globe,  tlie cavity being the place where the  preacher stands while delivering his  sermoi. ' From the globe rises a tree  sustaining a canopy, which in turn supports two figures���������one of an angel and  tho other a female representing Truth.  Above nil this are the Virgin and the  infant Jesus crushing the serpent's  head with a cross  Tugs, Launches fob me  Yachts, Scows- habtbb"  , WAINE, ALEXANDER & CO.,  Ship and Machinery Brokers.  321 Cordova St. West, Vancouver, B. C  For Sale;   _,  Six hoise power, Waterous verticil  boiler and engine, only in use a year.  Reason for selling is that, we require  more power Lo drive our increased  plant and for healing purposes. '  ���������TilIS KOOTENAY"' MAIL  PUBLISHING CO., LTD.      ,  ' '    - , ,   Revelsloke.  LUMBER FOR SALE  Lumber of, all kinds at reasonable  piices, Prompt delivery guaranlecil.  Li-ave orders'ai Lawience'.s llaidware  Sloi e. "  ���������    ��������� F. .1ULIA.V, '     '  M2ie 'Greely Creek Lumber Mill*  Tlio Master Mechanic- I'uio Tin- Soap licnls  and i-ofton-the-kin, w-lillu promptly cltMii-iiii.  il of (fioase, oil, runt, etc Invaluable for nie  cliiuncs, farmer-, -port-men, l-'ree sample of  looolptof "Jo. for po-lii|;u. Albert Toilet Soup  Co., manufacturers. Montreal. - r'.  Haley'on Hot Spring^  ^Sanitariiim.,     .  THE MEDICAL WATERS of Halcyon aie the most curative in Ihe  world. A perfect, natural remedy for  all .Nervous and Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments'  and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure  for "That Tired Feeling.", Special  rates on all boats and trains. Two  mails ai rive and depait every day.  Telegra .h communication with all  parts of the woild. An experienced  inassiinger.      (  Halcyon Hot Springs  i       Arrotv Lake. 3." C.   ,  Would Hie to Become  A High Priced'Stenographer ?  A,Successful Fruit Grower?   .  An Expert Correspondent?  A''Practical Prospector?  A Scientific'Fanner,?,       .   ' ���������  A Book Keeper?-.  An'Ad. Writer?  A Journalist ?  We- hfivo  different  subjects.  course1   in  "     "     "-nr-  over  100  course,-"'"  Synopsis of   Regulations  for D'nmt  Minerals on Dominion Lands in ManI-'  toba. tbo  Northwest  Territories and.  the Yukon Territopy.  Coal.���������Coal lands may be purchased at  no per acio for, soft cr.al_.and-J_!(. for anthracite Not more than 320 acres can ,  be acquired by one Individual or company. , Royalty at the rale of ten cents  per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be collected  on tho gross output.'  Quartz.���������Persons of eighteen years and  over and joint stocic companies Holding  freo miner's certificates may obtain entry    i  for a mining location. ,i, >    -  A free miner's oertilicate Is granted for,  one or more years, not exceeding five,-upon payment In  advance of $7.60 per an-'  num  for an  individual,  and-from  JJ0 to  H00 per annum for a company, according  to capital.  Jl fiee miner having discovered mineral  In place, may locate a claim ICOOxloOO feet   ���������  by marking out the same with two legal  postv,   bearing  location .notices,   one  at  each end on the llno'of the l������<le or vein.  The claim shall be recoided within llf-  teen days If located within tea mtlcs'ot a.  mining recorder's  otlice,, one  nodillonal"  day   allowed   for   every   additional   tea  mites or fraction.   The fee for recording   ,  a ciulm lu t6. ���������' i  At least $100 must be oxpended on the.  claim each year or paid lo toe mining recorder In lieu thereof. When WOO has been i  expended or paid, the locator may, upon    ,  having a Buivey made, and upon comply-  Ing  wljh. ���������'other   requirements,   purchase-  the laud at $i.00 an acre.   ���������   , i    -'  Peimlbsion may be granted by the Minister of the Interior    to    loc&t*   claims '  containing Iron and mica, also ospper, In  the Yukon Territory, of an area not exceeding 100 acres. ,   ' i l*  The patent for a mining location shall  provide for llii! payment, of a rojaltyof '.'J per  cent ol the nulca oi Hie product- ol Ihe location.  Placer Uining, ilanitoba and the -WW.  T.,    excepUng    the    Yukon    Territory.���������  Placer  mining  claims,generally  are  1CK>  feet, square;   entry     fee,    So,   renewable   ,  yearly.     On   tho   North    Saskatchewan'   -  River claims for either bar or bench, tlie  former being 100 feet long and extending  between high and lowc,water mark.   The,  tatter Includes bar diggings, but extends  back to the base of the hill oi bank, but. <-  not exceeding 1,000  feet. .  Where  steam  power Is used, claims 200 feet wldft may  be obtained.   ' - ' '  Dredging  In   the  livers of  Manitoba  and the N.  \\. T., excepting the  i_������kon  Territory.���������A free miner may obtain only  two leases of'five miles e^;h for a teim  of,twenty years, renewable tn the discretion of the Minister of tho Intertoi.  " The lessee's right Is contined to U. sub- '  merged beds or  bars of the river below  low water mark, and subject to the rights  of all peisons who have, or \.no may ie-     i  celve ontiies  for   bar dlgeliiui.  ot   oenchy  claims,   except   on     the    .Saskatchewan'  River,  where  the  lessen may  dredge  to -  high water mark on each alternate tease-  hold.  The lessee shall have a dredge in operation within one season from the dale of  the'lease for each five miles, but whete  a'person or company has obtained more r  than one lease one diedge for each llf-  teeti 'miles or i'i action is sufficient.  Rental, $10 per annum for eacluwule of.  river leased. Royalty at'the rateof two  and a half per cent collected on tlie out- ���������  put after it exceeds {10,000.    , .    ->>'  .Dredging m the Yukon Territory.���������Six!  leases of five miles each may be granted  to a free miner for a term of twenty-  years, also renewable.      ,  The   lessee's  right  is   confined   to 'the  submerged  bed  or hais  in   Hie ilver be-,   ,  low low  water  mark," that  boundary  to  be fixed by its position on the lit day of ,  August'in   the,year  of  the  date, of  the  lease - '   ������,',     , ������  The lessee shall have one dredge in'op- .  of  the 'lease,   and  ouo  diedite   foi   eacht.^'  erauun   within  twq yearh   IIOIU  Che  dn'"  five  miles   7,__nin six  w>"Z iiom'suck  aPa.?.    ..ental, Sie" per milv  lor me'ilrsc'  E. C. FROMEV,  Contractor for Masonry anil Brick Work  Law reuce l31ock.  .RAIL AND STEAMER.  Edmonton will give the' Grand  Trunk $100,000 for a union station.  A Regina widow secured judgment  :igninst C. P. II. for .*i'),400 for death ol  Hisb.ind In- train.  C. P. R. Desp.ucher L,iu-_;hliii ' has  cone to Salmon -\nn to relieve A. B.  Currie. who is going to Winnipeg on  a holiday trip.  b. Phipps, who wa- recently appointed master mechanic on the Pacific  Division in succession to C. H. Temple,  entered oi. hi-j dutie- last week.  Before a C. P. R. employee is civen  p sition which will put him in charge  of the handling of trains in any way  he must now pass an examination.  Then before piomotinn to a higher  losition he is again examined in all  the niles of the company. For instance  a Inakeman or fireman must know all  the signal:, such as flags, lights,  whistles or air signals, which aie Used  'ii train handling. Befoie being pio-  moted to conductor or engineer he  must undergo a still fuither examination to -ee that he knows all the  general tiain and interlocking niies,  and must pass a written examination.  The same rule applies to telegraph  operators before they are promoted to  position of dispatcher. There are  three sets of these examination papers.  One for opeiators. one for conductors  and enginceis, and the third for firemen, hrakemen and switchmen.   .   " j  One  Way  lo   Hi-enk  Gln-in.  It is scarcely credible, hut it is a fact,  that a glass can be broken by the voice.  If you strike a thin wineglass ���������while  you-hold it by tlie stem it will emit a  certain note���������in most cases a pretty,  deep one. On approaching the glass  rapidly to your mouth and shouting into it the same note as loudly as possible, the vibrations of the glass being  thereby extended, it will be shivered  into fragments. This used to be a  favorite experiment of Lablache, the  renowned, basso, who, when in company witii Ins friends,- thus broke one  after the "other all the glasses that  wore handed to him.  Write,to  The Canadian Correspondence College, Ltd.  1   Torofiti>,.OM.,  or to  Tin-: KAMr.oops.GENEii.vL Agkncy  - Kamloops*, B, C.  Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Reveistoke of  useful and ornamental  articles:  Our   ordc-i   nit   of   Llterntnrc.  Tbe book of Job. as it is incorporated  in tbo Bible, is believed to be tlio most  ancient literary work in existence. It  is known to have been written prior to  the Pentateuch and prior to tlie promulgation of the law. In profane literature the poems of Homer are the  most ancient that have come down to  our day, though tlie mimes of others  still older are In existence.. Tlie Pentateuch was written about the year 1-13  B. C. and the Homeric poems about  010 years later.  The   Heavens   Seen   From   the   9ra.  livery one who Ims been much at sea  knows sonietliiiii: of the peculiar splendor of the heavens when beheld from  the deck of a ship. Celestial phenomena seem lo po-.-.e-,������ an unusual im-  pressiveness when viewed under such  circuuisinnces. The clearness of the  air in fair weather nnd tlie (latness nnd  distance of the horizon tend to heighten  this effocl.  ,.   ,,liC_  $10  per  mile   101   each   subse-  ,, ,   - L/r"     ���������    " ���������".' "'p( nnSfl* v ear   Royalt>. same h- placer inln-  recognised-by   leading   wlneatorf-.-j] iiig. ,* "���������_ .";'     .   _      ___./.   '-  j Piacei Milling ii! the TilkbnTtr-ti'ory.,,.  | -creek, river jfeuich and hill claims snaH'--  not.exceed ������>0 tefil in lenein, meiutireO  on the base n.ie or .Jenfci'J) direction o*",  the creek or gulch, the Width being fro^r  1,000 to 2.000 feet. All other placer craimw  shall be 250 feet, square.  Claims are marked by two legal posts,  one at each end, oearing notices. Entry-  must be obtained within ten days. If that  claim is within ten miles uf mining recorder's office. One extra day allowe<__.  for each additional ten nines or fractlim.  The person or company slaking a claim  must hold a free miner's cei tificate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled  to a claim of 1,000 feet, in length, and iC  the party consists of two. 1,509 feet altogether, on the output of which no royalty-  shall be charged, the rest of the party-  ordinary claims only.  Entry fee, $10.    Rojalty at the rate of  two and on������-half_ per cent on the .value ���������  of the gold shipped from the Yukon T������*������  ntory to be paid to the Comptroller.  No -free _miner shall recei\e a grant *3  more than one mining claim on each Bep.  erate river, creek or gulch,' but the soma  miner- may hold any number of claim*  by purchase, and free miners may work  their claims in partnership by filing  notice and paying fee of $2. A claim may  be abandoned, and another obtained on  the same creek, gulch or river, by gHlng  notice and paying a fee.  ' Work must be done on a claim each  year to the value of at least $200.  A certificate that work has been dona  must ,be obtained each year; if not, thi.  claim shall be deemed to b������ abandoned,  and open to occupation and entry by A  free miner.  ���������  The boundaries of a claim may be Sc-.-  flned   absoiutery     by   ha'ving    a    sunrey  made and publishing notices in the Yujcon.  Official Gazette. ."���������     ,  Petroleum.���������Alt  unappropriated Dfimtri-'  ion  Lands  in  ilanuoba.  the.North--*���������������-,  Teintories and within the  Yukon Tereir  tory are open  to  prospecting for petrofci   .  eum, and  the minister may re*err������ lo*-  an individual or company    having   machinery  on   the  land   to   b������  orospected.  an area of 640 acres.    ShoulU the  proa-  pector discover oil In laying quantities, .  and satisfactorily establish such dlscovw  ery, an area not exceeding W0 acres-. Iim  eluding the oil well and such other lanfl  as may  be  determined,  win  be sold  to  the  discoverer  at   the  rate  of   J1.0O  an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate aa  may be specified by order-ln-councll.  Department   of   the   Interior,   Ottawa,  W. W. CO IIY.  Deputy of th* MlnlBtf-r of the iBtwtnr.  Tea services  Pi.ite=,  ,  ' Haskct-  Ciine Cliaii s  Handkerchiefs  G'OLD FISH '  l-'mcsl stock of candies and fruiu in town.  Front Street, Reveistoke  Flower Pots  Unibiclla Stands  Lunch Baskets  Sinokinv, Jacket!.  Silk Goods.  ^Nlffi-Ml������  Standard lOiried. (or Gleet, i  Gonorrhoea and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS.    Cures Kidney and Bl.i-'r'er Troubles.  GOOD GOODS  MAKE GOOD  BUSINESS  We Have Good Goods in all  Branches.  Applying Her  Information.  "Mamma." queried little Florence,  "should I say pants or trousers?"  "Trousers, my dear," replied her  mother.  "Then," said Florence, "I must give  Fido some water, for he trousers just  awfully."  Groli'miTie.  Dumlcy���������Smith is an awful coward.  Why, lie looks afmid of his own shad  ow. JAimly��������� I don't wonder at it���������if  his   shadow   iooks   anything   like   thp  I'riiitiui". and Wrappings in roll and  (hit  Drug Papers  Gcinferlioner.-. Grocers and Millinery  Hags  Ollici' .Stationery Papers, ruled and  plain  Loose Leaf Account System Paper-.  Loose Leaf Ledger Ruled Papers  ISnvi'lopus in all sizes  Fancy Cards, Programmes.. .Menus  Cover Papers, Invitation Paper-.  Wedding .Stationery, with printing in  Silver or Gold  Memorial Cards  Ladies and Gents Visiting Cards printed in latest -tyl0s  Business Caul- in great vai iety.  The Kootenay Mail  Publishing Co. Ltd.  Printers and Manufacturing Stationers  ' REVELSTOKE. B. C,  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paid  F.   B.    WELIiS,  Exporter of Furs.  ghts  PATENTS J-C'r,  ��������� obtained In all comitne-.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical Attorney nnd Kncir.eer.  Room X, t'nirtleld lilock. Gran-, lite -l.. near P.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  postcard  will =r-cnre an .'venins: inpoin'j  ment for tho-������ who cannot cill aiim... int. di-y THE KOOTENAY .MAIL  fr.  THE BIG BEND  * >' -, '  ���������   <   r i  ..������'Important-Mining   Deal   Goes  ��������� r ',,    . Through. -  :,, Excellent   Prospect of Active  Season.In the Bend:* '  On,'Monday   niglifc   .f.  R'.   Bottortl',  seciota.y  of tlie" Elwood Tinworkors  r  [Mining company1;operating the"Silver  ,3)011:11" oi)< Aloha wk-'creek,' arrived in  'f'thc citv io"clo.-e the deal for , the pur-  ���������'   chase  of  thcGokrilill iind.other hy-  ,,  ilrn'iilic  ehiiniH iintho IJig Hend, formerly   opera led   byoihc l-*iencli fCreck  ilydriiulic'coiiipaii'y.. Mr. UutfortV h'as  ready to work. That;.theie is-good  'gold in French cieek theie,is no question, and tlie new company will start,  with excellent prospects.  The deal was, put through ,by A.  Johnson of the Revelj-toke Herald,  vyhd deserves great credit for tlie way  in which he handled ic.   '"    -  Messrs. Cowan and 'Maloney were  the.owneis of the property. 'The iigure  secured for the property is considered  a good one.       '..   <  That the company intend, to get<to  work as soon as possible is ,evident  from the fact that - Mr. -Bradley has  taken up men with him to get'things  into shape for commencing operations  lis soon"ns spring opens, when a large  force.will be put on.    >,  . <  The prospect!, of the Big Hend were  never better than   this season.   'Four  about $12, a yard in gold. >His',asso-  ciates aie.well'pleased with their investment and intend putting 'in an  air compressor and electric light'plant  to enable them to operate the ground  to the best advantage.'       ,, '*'    '���������  '     ' '    TLODE  CLAIMS. '  ,'' But it is not alone in placer gold  claims that activity is' shown. The  mineral prospects of the Bend are excellent..   At Keystone  mountain  are  v.  V   -?''-'"       ''   ���������.-     ,"\y. M.'l3RfJ\VX>" ,  ," tf_     _  , "'      ti    Pie-.'doiit. P1111to.11 d Koiolstiike-.McCiillinK.'li Creek Ciimpaiiif,-.  (orennbed in   lndinn.-i   lint  Ameiic.ui I .il-Jivial golcl.propenies will beoperated  lUniinu'companv.  with  .1   capital  of | !uul   theie lis 'every lC.ison to believe  ���������''JiiOii.OOO/   lullv* -nh ci'ihwl.   aiid   the j the coming .-ummeivwill see some div;-  Viii'ipany w i.i work t.lu-. pioprn.f dm-.' idend j.ayinL' properties developed.  , ing  the  O'.iunmxo-g.i-oi)/  Theie   :  ��������� lirst-cla-s    11 v.I mil c    p'nnt..on,  H. P. SMITH,    '  ���������"Director Prince .Miu'tiif, ami Development Co.  some of the lincst'miiie'riil prospects to  be found in the country.''      Q.1'   ' "  The  prospects "of , Standard   Basin  would be, haul to'beat, and the successful development now  being done b_,  tlie Prince Mining and, Development  .company fully juatifies* the'faith .the  gentlemen connected  with llmr," prop"  city have shown  in+ it,.,tlie ore 'body  )iow being developed assaying over $60  a ton in copper values^        '  ~ <,'_ %  ,   On Downie"creek is one of  tbe largest surface* showings 'of "copper ore to  be found in the country and it occurs  under geological conditions/which are  most, lavoiuble- foiv aipormanent.ore-  body.      - "' '   ' ' r  ' 11  !���������_Theie are some fine looking properties on Cnriies cieek, and 'the  lesults,  i? ,ri     Mr."-IJr.idley is   entitled   to-.much  the' credit, for the . way. in  which  he0, has  inounil all u-.idv n-  ...������      _t    i  ���������pijiuc'with -onie  -' ,<   1 ���������  -tuck to tho. Bend.    F.ortho past five  >   r,   '"       'f  p STHAMEJ^KEVELSrOKE,; ,      ,  " -riving between. Reveistoke unci Hig Be'iul during 'summer months:     ' ^  '   1,     . '       '.       "     ''        ' .'   1   '   ' ' '  ���������,.,'' '...'' .* it        i' -" - - .    .- .KM}  ���������vw   "   -    '."'������:     '      <<..*.'.    i^.y.  SELKIRK LODGE.NO  12,1. O. O. F.        ,  Meets every Tuesday  evening in Selkirk  Hall at 8 o'clock.  Visitiiifr brethren cor-  dially invited to attend. '        ,   l  -.' J. MATHIB. Sect  Kootenay" Loctee No. ISA." F, & A.M. /.  n ,  The regular mcet--  in_,..rare held in the"  llnt-onic -Temple,  JddFellows Hall, on  tin- thirdMonday in  .'each 'month at S-  p.ni.-sVisltiiiB b re th-  iofl i cordially welcomed.    ,'-   '  ,.   .     J ' .j  .;. i,'.",' .  C. A. PROOUN1ER, Seckb-mry.  Ci J. Wilkes  fl     ,'   , ^.MACHINIST &     - ','���������  ,-'" BLACKSMITH"'     - '  LATHE WORK A' SPECIALTY  . Licensed Auctioneer for City ,.  ' ���������       <   -, of .Reveistoke.   ,.   ,    i  W. A. McDonald;  /.PLASTERER & BH1CKLAYEK     '  i REVELSTOKE ,,    ',"     ���������"  The only first-class .plasterer 'in.towi./  Let me knowyyoui-'rcr'iuirehients. ;A  Carload of Lime just imported. A Cur-1  ;,' load'of Brick under order.'   '       f  ^J.'   SyAMSON,      \  f Tainir, Papei'liangeK .Sigiiwriler  ',T      ' ^.'K'ALSOMlNlNG^DbNE.    , f\'i  Orders receive prompt attention.   ' -  Second Street,-,     -,   ������REVELSTO K ,  ,  j/f -J-  'OPEN CUT'COMMAXDER rCLA'IM,' STANDARD BASIX,.  -Showing ore .dump taken therefromy    a     i���������    ^  -   r'S     \ -   ������  '       ' ���������--     -i "i   <<���������':"  nf Cnmii  .1     M.  S(       '���������    .  ���������Sec.-Treis I'r.i.cc .M i-int .-i d lYwlniimeut (Vi  lejiaii.-, 'I h s jil.ii t ,i c i.di - -a.- mil  llunie lion' Fiiiieli eiiek j ipe .inp^.  deriick. giants aiiil .HI letiuisitu for  liydi.tuiiciiig 'I li*-; til.u.r w,i* prt on  . the giinii d .u gn-.if (-si'"- ���������-, aii' few  con.panics have li.-d a better oj.poi-  tutiity uf-ecurn c a pn.pViiv m 1) the  heavy lu'i.iiil evpeiis   puiyidetl for r.iiii  v. a i-s  s.4   I,I'l-        I  <��������� h< .i in  .Sitf li -!'���������  ". Il"-"Ut.  tb" til.i'i'.d  . u F" r,'-l  ? in-i.rct-.n  J. I. W'OU'l'KOW, \,    '  ' r-r-k  H.Mlran'ie nnd , Hnw-iie CreeK-  ( epjiei i laim-. t    ,  of  rhf  work .lieiiig done   by   Mi-ssr-1.  Kelly and   McBeaii .iio'iiios^  encoiir-  aginir    ,  "l)n thf ilivii'.e iietweeii Iii''.ii-mo and  .-ilver   eifi-k  and 'on   Lalorim-  creek  itstlf .tie some excellent piospect-.  Tlie Big Bend e initry has been but  little exidoiid am!   orl'er-a promising  field  ror  rhe piospr-ctor, ospeei-tlly to  the  e.ist   ..f   Dow nie cieek. and along  the divide from thpre to the limestone  niouiitaiiif  btyo'nd   Hit:   Creek,    'ihe  ic iintry")'-.  nut a diflicnk one to pios-  j pect. (1 ' \  '     Deals are nheadyon  for tinee  lode  j piope'itie.- in the Bend, and if these go  (through and development i-stinted on  -   : these propci-tits, with those already in  ��������� manner in ' K    '  -Mini w'nU st. and has |  ,- h'r*.-' capital in u.- devel-,  \Vt- j'.j ,*. .id to learn that ������  I n-j.."*!  ;.,* i- isovv operating  -'- \   .- tifrnjr.g ont very  V.e'!'nt: ������������������?'.')  *   s"t  or'  lur.fl. the Big Bend will see to  -mno  NO. 2 Tl-NNEL. ?l'\NI)AHO 5IINE  When You Want  NO.'-I TUNNEL. STAXDAKD MINE  __^.- ai S3 ___  ������������������-CM lit ,!  '��������� ' .'..11 I l  .(������������������"1  th<*  F. 15. WELL.-,  II,'In  t  ms ic  ���������,f  ri  4   -n" ,i(-!l-- l-rv  f /Ci" in' nf  ' ,  .1 d  ��������� i I.ii r -  -v)iii;ii  ���������f  -hi-  -I-'..',   lll.tiil.e    '.'Milli !   .. {lifhplnd  'it, tie !���������  fi m.   tun   D.iM*--   '-���������'-   !oid"i  nil. [,,(--eri_;"i- and  l!",_rhr ri, ie i ut-  He -t ClJ I'-l'V, f.i-i-I'!' - ti.e 'l.If.. )- Hilll  ,-liJ.p!.'-   MiO 'Jiioli/'il 10 Il'- f   ''_',-   :.ij  ui   -��������� ,ii," ir   Ann   .)!,'!   >'.'    ~' Jino'li  p,i-  "  Tn-I.   i'/.til.   tf.'".   Idliiri'-f    .w.ilrli   of  *! ������-   Big   Ii- nd   !- -lithe,' nt to '-rnpioy  dozen- of loggii.'/ cin.p- i',r y.ir- to  , eofiu , .ii.'l tie whole i-i f/e gr'-,n tim-  Jbenfl   .i.-'-.i    hftwif'n   'fJlu������ v,tt'r   antl  H<--,' i-toke, near!} 200 mile-, rriu-t be  1 hiirifl.i'l 'hrongh kf.Vf-1-t..kf ff,r mill-  1 nig and ffi.inniictunrig  -.\l,I>!iUR,V TflXNEL, CAUNE.S CREEK GROUP.  NOTICE.  .1. CI'TIII'l'RT.-'O.V,  l-'i-cii:\.'"iil   I'rniff. Mifiinif.ii (I  f'fvf-l.iiirndnt Co'iiiiinv  The C. lJ. It. h-ive -ecured tin E. k  N. Railway on Vancouver Island,  and will probably e.tcnfl tin Imu to  the northern part of the nhinfl to  make a .shorter sert route to the north  port-.. This will be a great thing for  Victoria  Tn 'I rioiii.i- -tttniuj, hi any i" t -tin or |ici--oih  10 ".ll(,lll III' 11111}   ll/IVC H���������lKdld  III- IllllJII'st    In  tin VIoiiizi.li crv anil Knifkr. cliilim -iluiitc (in  f*,in}(iii I |i������iC mi tlie norlli -tile of iKiwuiu  ( rick In Hi'- Hltf li'-inl, tt'.-icl-toku -Mliiinif  Ijlvi-lon of SV.st Knot'nay Hl-lrlct, lirltWi  ( filiifnlilic ,       .     .    i      ,  Vim nn; li'-i'-l,}- iidilflfil ilinl 1, lli_i/under-  -iIkiikI. linn- i'<|i< inliil fin j on the Hum of  ���������ii.I.'ii In lal-or. Iiii|ii(,i'(-iii"iil- mill |C( unliiiK  fiisiifi'in ilii siuil .Mfirilufimury nnd l-iirolm  mln'-r.il (I.iIiih, iimli i tlio ]iiovI-Ioiim of tlio  .VIIih nl AM. iiiifl if, within nlncl} da}- from  tin' (la!'- 'if I III- not li '��������� >'ni fail or refill, to coil;  lilliiiifi tin- iifv.ris.ilil sum, triK'-tlivr with all  (.(Hl-iof adiirtlsliii,', }imr Interest in the nniil  oilni-ml (laim- will hecninc the |ii-o.icrty of  the iitnli-i-lKiiffl nniler section I of the Act  enlltl"! (in Ad to \nieiid the Mineial Act, \V/>.  Dated thl- dKth (lay of .laiiuary, \lfti.  I.T a|, s J, V. Mo.n rnoMKiir.  CERTIFICATE   OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  .Meadow, Skylark. Sliakesjiuiu-e, liolta, Ditv-  ciifiui-t nnd ItiiH'iier iiiineiiil claims, hilnate in  the Ai row lake MiniiiK Dlvihiun of U'esl ivootc-  nay IJI-liicl. Whole localed:-On head of  Mineral oicel.. ll tributary of Cariboo cieek,  Arrowluku MlniiiK Di^l-lon, Wonl Kootenay  TAKK .VOTK'K that I, KrCileriek It. Block-  liuiifi.-rof Itos-liiiul. I). C, li-ecouled owner of  I ho above mimed clainisl free iniiiei-'H ccrtlll-  eitto No. HJ7.I9I, inleiifl, -ixty days from the  dale hereof, to apply to Iho mining recorder  for a ccrliflunUi of Improvements, for the pur-  pof-o or obUtining a Crown grant of the above  ClillllH. ,  And further take notice that notion, under  nt-ctlon 1)7. must bo commenced before the  isHiiance of such certificate of improvements.  J toted this 19th day of January, A. D. Wri.  K. II. BLOCKHKIIOKR.  _.   ..  - ., _,,- .../i  Jas; I. WQodrow?  :, XButcher^;'V-  ' rr ! * ',,,      ���������  '       l'   '  .-���������  Retail DealerJn^s^anazs^j^   ^__,'_\>{_  )  ''','       : ,BBEF, >ORK;s!  ,-.   'a-      MUTTON, Btc.  '��������� .   *~j    , *      ',.   ',"''"  ���������rFish,,and Game in Season,   i,  All orders promptly filled.       ' (  REVELSTOKE,   B.C.,   .ini'lang straete-  (ft'll  1' We aie receiving Weekly Shipment- of, '  Ctioice DAIRY Butter  '.,-. ���������: .in' Small Tubs, ���������.. - -; ���������'  Just, the thing lor'Kamily Use, .  'if,.  Our Si''ek nf Fi(.sb  Fruits.is completei  in every,liiu\    Call and 'ev-.imine. -  Prices .ind qunliiv to.suit nil.    ,  Bakers^Confectionens.  ,Night or day,  -Ring up Tel. No. 27"  Stand at Union Hotel..,  JrM. McGallum.  THE CITY EXPRESS  ,   E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  'Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage^  etc., to any pari of the City. '  ii Any Kind of Transferring   -  air  TELEPHONE NO. 7.  Wm. Fleming,,  Wliolu-alu and Retail  Meat Merchant.  Fish   and   Game   in    Season^  First St., Reveistoke.  WAH   CHUNG,  General Store and  Restaurant Keeper  A Prime Stock of Groceries, Fruit,  Vegetables.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS.  Try our Iced Sodas, Ice Cream, Strawberries and Cream.   Can't be  beaten in the City.  FRONT ST., REVELSTOKE- THE-KOOTENAY MAIL  BUY'lNG   RUBIES-IN  BURMA.  THE WEIGHT OF MONEY-.  Ooceptlve   Aiipenrnitce   of   .ViXkI    a*  " '   , Well   an   I'nper. ,.  "The weight of  money  is  very de-  i   septive," said ^'i n employee of tlie treasury. "For Instance, a'young man cams  , .In hero oue day with a young woman'.  ��������� I wnsjsliowing them through the, department and happened to ask him if  ,'he thought .the .voting, girl  was worth,  her weight -in 'gold.    He assured me  /that  be  certainly 'did   think "so,  and  -after learning that her weight was 10(3  pounds wo figured that she would 'be  :rworth in gold S'J.->.ii. 7.   Tlie young man  -was fond enouidi or  tier ro ihmk that'  . was rather cheap' '    ' -       '  "Another  tiling lhat  deieiyes  many  '. -People,',; , ho continued, "is the weight  -of paper' money.   Now, how many one  ���������dollar bills do you tliink'it would tal.e  to ,weigh as much as one five doll.'*  fioldpieco'f"       - '   ,.      '    ' *  On a guess tlio visitor said fifty, and  ������~, the 'clerk laughed.  ���������'I have heard guesses ou that," he  ���������   -aald,  "all  the  way   from   50  to  300-  ' -and   from   men   who   have   handled  '   ,.money for years.' The fact of tlie mat-  .    ter-13 that with a five dollar goldpiece  of������n one scale you .would only have-to  '-gput six and one-half dollar bills on the  sother scale, to balance it. '.  ".The question afterward was put to  ���������aeveral people ami elicited answers all  the way from _!(. to 1.000.'the majority  .guessing from 3u0 to "jOO. , ' i'  . "Taking the weight of gold coius and-  -Jbills given at tlie treasury, it was tigur-  ��������� -ed that a five'dollar-goldpiece weighs  '_.20G of an ounce avoirdupois. The em  -jployee at the treasury who handled  'the-paper money said that 100 bills  . -weigh four4and one-half ouuees. That  -would make one bill weigh .40 'of an  .������unee, and between six it'nd seven'bills  cwotikl balance the goldpiece.  ���������._Oh_tho proposition of* how much  -money one can -lift, figures were obtained at the treasury.. Where certain  ; numbers of coins wore placed in bags  iflnd weighed as standards, for cx-im-  ���������jple, the staudnrd ainount of gold coin  Is $5,000. which weighs' IS'/j pounds.  Five hundred silver dollars weigh So1,!,  ���������pounds, while $200 in halves, or 400  '���������jcoins, weigh eleven pounds. *  , v Two hundred pounds of coin money  ���������of various kinds is mnde up'as follows: Silver dollars. 1-2.017; half dollars, S3,G3C; quniter dollnrs, $3,G37;  dimes,,$3,C15.SO: nickels. ������017; penuies,  $293.G1.  In one dollar bills the same weight  'would amount to $71.111.���������Washington  .Star.  THE ARAB HORSE.  , Tlilevi.il- Bee*.  Buckner In his "Psychic Life of Animals" speaks of thievish bees which  in order to 6ave themselves the trouble  -of working attack well stocked hives  in masses, kill the sentinels aud tho  inhabitants, rob the hives and carry  off the provisions. After repeated en-  terpiises of this description they acquire a taste for robbery with violence.  They recruit whole companies, which  get more and more numerous, and  filially they form regular colonies of  brigand bees. But it is a still more curious fact that these brigand bees can  bo produced .-n-iiiieially by giving  -working bee- a mWtiire of honey and  brandy to drink. The boos soon nc-  fiuire a taste for ilils ljevei-a-_re. which  has tlie same disastrous effects upon  tlii-'in us upon men. Tliey become III dls-  po-cil nnd irritable and lo������e all desire  to work, and finally when tliey begin  to feel hungry they uiiack and plunder  the well supplied hives.  He" In ,Virtually  a   four,   liut'������   Re,  - - ,  murkulil_r Sturdy Onef  The Arab is virtually a pouy, stand  ing   14.2   hands,   oftener   under   thai  over.   lie is jiot fast, even at the gal'  lop; Indeed, he is slow.   lie is u'verj.  poor,trotter botb/as regards speed and  action', 'a, bad v hack, aud cannot "walk'  without  etflitinually .sticking   liis  toe  in the ground.   He,"is totally unfitted  for harness and is uncomfortable to  ride,, except at the gallop*; this"is his  natural gait, and in it his movement is  free, smooth, delightful and easy.'   As  regards  his  general   makeup,,and  anatomical formation, he is, perfect, arid  his constitutional and physical sound-  i ,  nes.s is wonderful.    lie has great boue -  substance, vigor,, resolution,. strength/  staying powers, courage, boldness,.sobriety,.tlio soundest legs and feet and  extraordinary lung power, which is  due to tlie atmospheric conditions and,  free life to .which lie has been used  from time immemorial;1 extraordinary  eyesight, good temper, mild manners,'  'tractability, instinct and sagacity, and  for ins size'isa wonderful .weight carrier. " ' ,-  tIt Is this'extraordinary constitution  and, anatomical,, perfection,, and this  magnificent courage, nerve and mettle  of the Arab which have made the thoroughbred of today what he Is, and not  liis 'speed, , which lias only existed, in  , songs.          f    _ _        '*              u -  .  The 'Arab attaches far .greater. Importance to bottom, speed and sobriety  than' he does to vvlnit might be called  "artistic beauty.". Of such a horse he,  will say: "Let us not be in a hurry.  Let us see 'him work.- He might ,be  only a cow, with a lion's hide on his  buck." When you consider what tlieir  idea of bottom is. it may be stillicient  to know that it menus a hor-ie should  be aide to travel with a man on liis  back, a change of clothing, food for  rider and lior.se, his gun. fi.-ni:.. etc.,  from sixty to ninety miles a day" for  five or six days in succession, and aft-,  er a couple of days' rc-st be able to  repeat the task, and this under a swel-'  tering sun. Furl her. it is not uncommon for pure Arab horses to- cover  from 125 to 1.10 miles in the twenty-  four hours, and thN without food or  wafer until his j'ouuiey is finished, and  then tlio Aral), when lie dismounts,  wants to see his horse shake himself  atul neigh loud and shrill and paw the  ground for his food.  Peculiar Method ot BnrKuinins: For  the Frecionj- Stone.*.'  The peculiar business methods of ori-  nial merchants are illustrated by the  1 .lanner of buying rubies'in Burma., In ,  .lie examination of rubies artificial  ,ight, is not used, the, merchants holding that full-sunlight alone cau bring  out the color ��������� and brilliancy of the  gems. Sales must therefore'take place .  between 9, a. in. and 3 p. m., and the  sky must be clear. i ,/' -  The 'purchaser, placed near a window, has before him a large'copper  plate. The sellers'come to him one by  one, and each empties upon, this -plate  hla little bag of'rubies. , The purchaser  proceeds to arrange them'for valuation  In a number of small heaps. The first  division Is lino three grades, accord-'  -ing-to-Jslxe.���������t,Eaeh of-these'groups la  again divided inp'.three'piles, according to color, and each of these piles In  turn is again divided iut'o three groups,  according to shape. 'The bright copper  plate has a'curious use. The sunlight  rctlected from It through, the' stones  brings out .with true rubies a color "effect 'different from that with red spi-  nels'tiiid tourmalines, which are thus  easily separated. '  The buyer nnd,seller tben gO through'  a very peculiar, method of bargaining  by signs, or, rather, grips, Iri perfect silence. After agreeing upon the 'fairness of Ihe classification they Join,their  'right hands, covered with a i-bandker-  cliief or the Hap of"a garment, aud by  grips and pressures mutually understood among all these 'dealers they  make, modify and accept-proposals'of  purchase nrfd^sale. The hands arethen  uncovered and tlie prices aire recorded.  EST.   1877  : INC.   1:8 9 8  ililiiT^iiiiliilills  .yy^H :t:y b r<|y p Ly:p#  .^C^^ifl:  PES SEMie^yOlERilfJNS  "VfOTICE Id HKHEUY GIVEN that thirty,  J_> day~ after date'I intend to apply Cc this  Chief Coiiiiiii-sionei'ot La ml-and Worlcb/ora  special lieen'-e lo cut .and carry, awav timber  fioin the lolluwing described land- in We-S  ICoolen.ij di-trier:���������  Cominc-iicing at a post iii.ul.eil "C. Abraham-  son's norlli-u.isi.coi-nei-.posi " planted two mile:,  back of the American Syndicate limits on Soda.  Creck, Hig.l'cnd, thence we-t SO chain-, thence  north s'O chains thence east Hi chain-, ihenco  south SO chains io place of commencement. <  Dated Feb. 7lh. 190)  CHAItLES AHHAHA.MSON. r  -\JOTICE IS'HKHEBY (JIVES' that thirty,  _l\    day. ufler.diile I  intend to apyly to the  C'lnet Commissioner of Land- and work- for a  special license to cut and earn  away timber-  from the following described lands in We-t  Kootenay district,:���������"    ' ,  'CoiiiinenciiiK nt post marked "C. Abraham-  -oil's north c.i-C corner, po-t" plained foul miles  back of the American .Syndicate limits on Soda.  Creek, Dig Bond, thence south in chain-, thence  west Hie chains. I hence north 1(1 chains, thence  cast IM) chains to place of commencement.  Dated Feb. 7lh. lUUj.  ���������    ,    , CH.U.LES Alii! ... AM.-50N.  ;2,OOi2 12    F I RS T '   AVE.. NO RrTH  TfirSlNEAPOLIS  ^.^usyMD  US ANtJ'GET  OUR CIRCULARS  TOP   PRltES' .  AN!  MINNESOlrA  D'^KEEP POSTED:  SHIP. AGAIN:  JAPANESE  PROVERBS.  Tliey Arc  More   Pietnreiiqne  In  Lnn-  ,'' sfunjre'Tliun'Our������.  ".'Roses-have thoriis" and ^Wnlls have  ears" are as common m the Japanese  speech as in our own. We say "More  haste, less speed," but the Japanese  phrase is "If in 'a hurry go round."  In this country we very often remark  that .'accidents will happen in the best  regulated families." The Japs, on the  other hand, with an eye to tbe picturesque, vitalize it. so to speak, in their  "Even a monkey sometimes falls from  a tree." One of "our,,,useful .English  sayings is "Those who play with edged  tools must expect" to cut their .fingers."  In expressing a similar "thought the  Jap .goes us one better so far,as pic-  turesqueness is concerned.. He says,  "If you keep tigers you are likely to  have 'trouble." One of our standard'  maxims is to tlie'effect Unit ���������'oil and  water won't mix." ..The Japs have-not  improved'on >tlils. "You can't" it el a  .'nail in a custard" Is'tlieir way nl' putting 'it. "The lotus spruurs i'im:.i the  ii'iuil" is their, poetical expri'-.<inii of  the common'thought that "out of'evil  good may come."  What could be more suggestive and  at the same time so poetic ,as their  "Scattering'a fog with a fan?" When  a Jap undertakes., the impossible hi-  neighbors do not scotf at him or mock  III nt. Thoy simply say that he is  "building bridges to the clouds" or  that he is ������������������dipping up the ocean with  a shell." Failure in such a country  must bo as delightful as sucee^ in our  more material land. ,-'���������Thine own heart  makes the world" is worthy of Emerson or Browning.  -I-p"' V' ���������*" V"i'i'K:\  iAAii vV;.i!.y !������.i-WJI  t.j&i''-'';V'^i' v, ~2<  "��������� iSS4'Jv..si<s^-v?^tiv's;^r'  V>^"'iT������^-fV'5w2i--fell���������������'  THE SIGN OF SUPERIORITY IN RUBBER  FOOTWEAR!     - , ,  THE TRADE MARK THAT INSURES COMPLETE .^SATISFACTION.'.   . e  '..-', ' 205  "    . ' ��������� i '<'(."  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ���������VTOTICE IS ITKHEI.V GIVEN' thai tl.irijr  X> days after date I' intciid to nuiilv in tlie  Olnef Coiiiinissionei- of Laud-i and \Vofk- tor a  special liceu-e to cm and carry 11way timber ,  from the lollowiiifc described lands- in West,  Kootenay di-lricl, :���������  Coinniuiiciim at a post marked " K. T. Kd-  wnrds noi-tli-weal corner po-L" and planted at  soda Crcoic. His Hf-nd, thence south UW ch'iin-,  ticnceciist 10 chaiiis, iheucc north liiOchain-  ihencc west-10 chain- to place of coimne-_.ee-  lllellt. ' r - ,  Dated Feb. 7Lh, I DO.-.. ,     -   ,  ��������� '        N". T. EDWAIlllS.   ,  ���������VTOTICE IS HKISEUY GIVEX^hat ll.iru-  rV/  ,������-iys alter dale I  intend lo apply lo the  ���������!.'.e.'..t ?niiiii.s-ionei- of Lands and Work-'! for a  '  special license lo cut ami carry away Umber  from the followint; described lands in West,  Kootenay district:  Cpiiimuiiciii.. at a post, marked ��������� C. Abi-.ili.un-  spiis iioiih-c.isL coiner,post," plained at -S.iila  Creek ������i|r JJend, i hence west iO chains, ilunce  -outh M chains, thence cast 80 chain-. Uicnce  noi-lli Ml chain., io place of commencement.  UiU'd Feb. Till. 1HIIJ.   .  -' "       tUfAItf.KS AHHAirAMSOX.  VJOTlCEis licreliy'ifireii thai,:������ days after  ,-V^.  rllMt(-'-I .'"loud  In apply to, the iron, tho  Liner Loiiiiiii-iioiior   of  Lands    aud    Works -  Tor   a .special   license, to cut and carry away >  liinbor Irom the  followinc described laiida iu  V\e=i Ivootenay District.��������� ���������-,  Coinmciiciiij. ai a post marked "N". T Kd-  wajil- -oulli-wc-l coi-nei-po-t" and planted at,  Soda Creek. liiK Hend, thence east .0 chain-,  thence noith UX) chains, thence west IU chain-'"  thence.south 1IW chains io place of commence-  mciil.  Dated Feb. 7tli,"l.l0... ,       '     "      '���������  ,N. T.,EnW.\liII!s.  u      ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS. ..  N'ewly built.      First-class in every respect"'" Ml modern .conveniences,  4Large Sample Rooms. '       ' .  Rates SI.50 per Day,     ' Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under   same management  One Miiii'n  Iiiniiiio Idea.  The writer once (ntereil inlo conversation wllh ihe limiiite of nn nsyliini,  nt the rerjue.-t of ilic superintendent,  wlio said he w.-is u monomaniac and  invited mo to find out if I could tlie  particular point of his insanity. "It is  a rum subject to go man on, I must  say," ho ridded, by way of helping me.  I tried him on various subjects without  success; In fact, lie seemed better informed than myself, and I was turning to go when ho tapped mo ou the  nhouldor and whispered In my car:  "It's a long lime coming, isn't it?"  "What is?" I usked.  "Why, tho day of Pentecost, of  course!" he answered.  And thnt was tlio only irrational  thing he said during the whole Inter-  - srlow.���������London Tit-Blta.  .VI en In Tnl.cn In Drink*.  Every one interested in tlie matter  of sane living must wonder at tlie  ihiims (he,average person drinks. It's  a question whether people seek to save  time by drinking foods or are merely  gratifying tlieir taste. Half air hour  passed at any well patronized soda  fountain will show the great majority  to be indulging in egg ^mixtures or  others in which fruits, Ice cream or  other food is placed.  A cup of rich chocolate Is a small  meal. It's a wonder people live at all,  considering the Insanity displayed fn  outing and drinking. As for the craving for novelty, the average person  will eat or drink anything he has never  seen, tasted or heard ot before. Expert nnd lightning mixers of drinks  count the day lost whose low descending sun sees no now drink achieved.  They add the name to tlieir INt, and  every other person jumps nt the  chance to tasto this new mystery. The  good part of It is that so many live  through It���������Philndolphla Rnanrd.  Enirii������li Axi'K ut iiuntiiiK*.  At tho battle of Hastings the corpi  d'ellte of the English army were a^-  coutei'cd vvitli swiu-d juid shield, iinil  In addition to this tliey had hung  "great hatchets on their necks, with  which thoy could strike doughty  blows." Whenever a special deed of  valor Is credited to an Englishman iu  that battle, with 'one exception, it is  due to the ax lie bears. And now  what were these axes that dealt such  deadly destruction on tlie Norman  knight? As to this we arc left in no  doubt. Time after time does Ware  call them "groat axes." The head  alone in one instance was a foot in  length. And tlie Hnyoux tapestry out  of about twenty axes represents all  except some three as having long handles. Hardly over do we find in the  tapestry the short a.t for one hand.  The Defiant Drummer.  "It was right funny," said, Uncle  Ilosoa, telling of the orchestral concert. "A smart Aleck lookin' feller set  in the middle, an' all tor oncet the little man at the end.-o' the line hit the  big drum a sassy rap. Well, the smart  Aleck feller shakes a little slick at the  drummer, an' what does he do but hit  her up'ag'in jest ter show'he was as  good as the next man. An', by Jinks,  he didn't take no back talk���������or, rather,  no orders���������from the smart Aleck man,  because lie just kept a-wliitckin' that  big drum* in spite o' the bo's' a-shakin'  that stick, as if ter say he'd catch it if  he didn't quit. Yes, sir; I gloried in  his spunk, if he was little. An' at the  end o' tlie tune he whooped it up on  that drum harder than ever. A little  man for nerve every time."  r^^r^^i^^i^r^^^i������^i^^^2.i^r^f^^^^r������j^^f^t^r^^i\^f  <___���������)  !������?  <___���������),  (*.:  fttf*)  HOTEL   LARDEAU  ' COMAPLIX '  Good Table  ($> The Best House in Town.    -.   Well'Furnished  %    Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  W. HAMILTON,"Proprietor.  r__i  r_fri  r_&.  r|j  i^1  rfo rfo f^. >$. fto f!&. rfodfo rifr. fjto (^^r^t^%t^r^(^t^(^e^(^f^r^i^)f^hf^>>$^^h  IliKht   nnd   Left   Ilniitleil.  It Is curious to notice tlie vagaries of  humanity iu cases where uo hard and  fast line has been already drawn. Although most right handed persons put  on their coats left arm first, a considerable percentage thrust iu the right  lirst. Soldiers Are from ihe right  shoulder, but sportsmen are found who  prefer the left. In working with a  spade ii proportion of right handed  ineii grasp ihe spade with the left  Im nil and push with the left foot and  right* hand, though when using an ax  the s.'ime Individuals would grasp  furthest down with the right.  VrOlIOL ia hereby buoii that B0 days  ���������JL> Il,fUjr ' ".���������? 1 intend to ..ppl. t��������� the Honor  able the Clnor Commissioner of.Lauds and  Works lor n special license u. cut and c.irrv  iiwiiy timber Irom tho followiim .de-crilied!  lands, in Wos.-hooienny Distiict:���������'  Commencing at a po,t, mai-kul ������������������ N". T Edwards' non h-wesl corner post" pi mted ,.. isriila.  Creek. Uik Hend, thence ca-t IDi hah,., ihenco  south lOT chains Ihenco west .0 chains, th .nee  noi lh Uin chain-- in place of commencement '  Haled Feb. 7th, 1.H3. ���������     >  N-T.KDWAI.Df.  NTOTICE IS IIEUEHY GIVEN that thirty  ,.,- f'^J's after date I intend to applv to tho  Chief Comini-sioiier of Lands,and Works for a  special license to cut and cm-, away timber  from the lollowmt.'-de-enbed lands in \Ve������D  Ivoolenay District:��������� ,  Commencing in a post marked ".V. T.  I-.dwaids soulli-w-est, corner po-t" at Jordan  Creek, Iii������ Hend, llici-ce noith Il>j chains-.  Uicnce east 10 chain-, tliencc-outh It������chai_w  llicnce wu-k 10 chains, to place of comnieDce-  nient.  Dated Feb. Ith, 1003.  N. T. EDWARDS.  ���������VTOTK.E i= hereby Riven thai. 30 flny- after  X> date, I inland to upplvto die Chief Com- '  inis.-iouer of Lands and Works for a special  license to cut and carry away timber from iho  follow mi,' described lauds in Weit Kootenay  ilistrict:���������  Commencing at a post marked "C. Abialiam-  son's south-east coiner post planted at Soda.  Cieek. Iligl-end, thence north WO chains, thence  west 10 chains, thence south I(������ chains, ihenco  ea-t 10 chains io place of commencement.  Dated Feb. 7th. 190.3  CHARLES AI5I.AirA.MSON.  "VrOTICE IS in.i.El.y GIVEN that, thirty  i_> days (if I er date. 1 intend lo make application lo the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Land,  and Works for a special licon-e to cut a id -  carry away timber from the following described lands in We-t Kootenay di-tric-l:���������  Commencing at post marked "N\ T. Edward-'  south-east corner post " one mile we-t of the  American Syndicate limits on Jordan Creek  Hig He-nil, thence wcsiSO chains, thence north"  SO chains, thence east il) chains, thence south SO  chains to place of commencement.  Dated Feb. Ith, 1013.    .  N. T. EDWARDS..  IMPERIAL: BANK OF CANADA  Host, i..,rao,0iV).  Cnpital Authorized, $1,000,000.   Ciipitnl Paid Up, SHtXMX).  Head Odice, Toko.vto, Oxtauio.  flrmiclio- in llio Nortliwost Territories, Manitoba, Ontario nnd Quebec.  And   llio follow-in.: points in   llrili-h   Columbia:    Craiilmnil,-. Golden,  Nolsou, liovolstokc, 'J'ronl Lake. Viiiicfiuvur mid Victoria.  T. H Mkp.iuti, Pro-idem- D. H. Wii.Kii., Vice-President and Gain>ral -Manaifur,  E. li^.. As-istiiiil.Ooiionil MaiuiKor.    W, Moitai-, Chief Iii-ptjctor.  Reveistoke Branch, I>. C���������A General I.ankiii<t Business Transacted  SiivIuk. Dopiirtinoiil���������Duposlis iloceiiod nnd Inturc-t Allowed.  Draft- nold iivnlliililn hi (ill parts of Canada, United State- nnd Eiiriiiif.  Spocinl ationliou iflven to eulluctlon.s. A. E. I'llii'i--.. .Mnii'iKor.  "VTOTICE IS HEItElJV GIVEN that lliirty  i_> days after date ! int&nil lonnnlv to th������  Chief Coiiiiiii-sioiici-of Lands and works for r������.  special liceii-e to cut and c-arrv away timber  fioin the following described lauds,- j\Vcsb  Konlcu.iy di-tricl :���������  Coiiiniencing at a po-t marked "C. Abr.ibam-  -oii'- iioilh-wosi corner post" and .planted at,  .Ionian Cruek, Dig 'Hend. tln-nco fioiith KXI  chains, thence c-.i-t III chains, llieuce north 1U0  chain-, thence wc-i foiiy cliiin- to place o������  commenci-iiic-iil.  Dated Feb. lib. I!W|.-,.  CltAHI.E-s Alll!AIIA.M.-.ON.  VOTIf'i: In IIEIIEHV GIVEN .hit .Ci days  J> aflcr dale-I Intend to nppl. tu tin, Chief  ('omiiil.-liiin.i-   of    L-iiiiI-   and   VVork- for  a  pi'dnl Mi i'i!-.- tn cur .uiilc.irryau.il Umber  mini Ihe following di'-..i[lii;d bind. In \VkzZ  ICiiiitciiii} dl-tilcl:  it-fit  A  Korean   Cumtoin.  In some parts of Korea, and among  some Korean families, it Is the custom  for bridegrooms to dwell under the  roofs of their fathers-in-law until the  first son hfis been born and attained to  years of manhood. Should any Korean, however, stay In the house of his  bride's people for more than three  days after his wedding, lie is compelled to remain for an entire year.  Too  Violent  am  Innovation.  "You told me you had an original  idea in your novel."  "I had," was the reply, "but the publisher discovered it in the proof sheets  and made me take it out."  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorpiirnlod by Act of Parlliimont, IS.V..  HEAD OFFICE, - '   - MONTREAL.  Wm. Moi.so.v INlAri-iii-Ubu.., I'li'S. S. II. livvixu, Vicc-Pres.  Jami... Elliot, General -Manager.  Capita! paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  Everything in way of bunking business tr.'iunacted without mi-  iiecessiiry delay.  Interest, credited twice a year at, current rates on .Savings Bank  deposits.    \V. H. PRATT, Manager, - Revelstoke, ii. 0.  Coiiimriii.'liigat a pn-i marki'il "C, Abra'i.un-  on's si.utl|.i.,i-t corner [Kiit and nl.uiU'! n.o  uiii--ui.nif  the Aiiu-rif.111 -\viidnate limit-  on llii" Jordan Ciri-k,  III.: Ilfiid. ih. n<:c-(.ilLh  Inihaliis, ||ii.||i.'i. wot li'i rh u'li-. Ilu n-o noitli  Hi chain.,   theme- i.isi,  |>V) cIikiii- iu  place of.'  liimilli-uri'lli'.'llt.  Dated Fc-b. Ith. I!"i.',.  CllAICLE-s Alll'.AIUM.-.O^,  TSTOTICR  111 Ihe matter of the A'-t r.-pccilni,'r.|.rl.iln  work-in or on iiailgal.lc wain-, l_ :n>  Chapter 'A. II. S. f'.. I-i..  vroTicF, is m-:iii:iiv given t,���������v! ������������������0  J_> month lifter diiti- tin- IIcM-1-toi'i' l.i.mbc:-  Coinpauy. Liiuitc'll. will appl.. In the (,ow-riior  in Council under the pro. l-ioii- nfihr ibi.-.-u  iiiciitioiicil Act for approial of plan- for llio  rnn-lruclion of cc-ruiu in������ r- mid nooin- for  gathering, booming and lioldin*. Ion- ami tlui  burin Ihe Columbia Ill.er al anil mar the  point known a- the "HigE'1'1^" no.'.r Ih. Cm-  of Hevel-iok'.'. Ilrltl-h Coliinibia : and that -aid  Company have deposited plans of t||(. v,.n-^s  pro|i'i-c(! to be contnictcil and a ik-uriptlon of  the site thereof axrciiiiired by the ������di! Aci with  the Minister of I'ublii; Work-at OtLiwa. On-  laclo, and with the l.cgi-lrar uf I^iud Title-at  Nelson, llritl-li Columbia.  Dated at Ki-vols-oko,  I). ('., llii- -tlnl.iyo.  l-'c-briiary, 1'Jfi.i.  IIA11VKV. McCAKTEK & 1'INKIfA.M  1 Wml  ).ollcitor- for the Applicant-.  I   ,       ,.  VJOT1CE IS IIEUEHY GIVEN that thirty  J_> day-after dale I inieiid to applv to the,  Chiet Commissioner of Lauds and \\ ork- for a.  special license lo cut, ami carry ii-v.iv-.lii.il...-.-'  fioin the following described I.ukU'in Wi-c  ICooienay ,d i-t rict :���������  ComiiK-iicing ������t a po-t mai kcU " N V, ������A*  waids nortli-cn-i cornel- post" planted three  mile-buck Of llic- Amvrlvuu bymllc\ts llmiis  Oji emtn Cri"-1. Tlig'nc-iiil..llieiice ���������uiiih &>  ������!lttl"-,1 uicnc'J west y> cniihi-. thciico north SO  iiniiliis, iheiicecasi tficliulii- to place of coin.-'  mciiceiiient. , , ' '  Dated Fcb.'7lh,IM.. i '  i N, T. EDWAIiDS,  ������r  lilo  ks  MOTlCJJ li liTfili}- El\i'liiliHi"wi 'idjsiifd  L>    dine, I iniuiid, lu tll.i|ilj lo tho Iluiiocnb  tho Cliief Coiuiiii-siouur of Lands aud Worl  for n special lici-n~e tu cut nnd .carry away timber from llio follow ing described lauds iu \\\_-l  ���������houtenay Di-tiiet:��������� , ,  C'oinliif.nciiigiiLa po^t marked "('. Abr.ih.nn  -oil's soutli-v.est coriicr puat" and planted at  Soda Crock, Big Rend,- theiiti; north 100 chums,  llicnee ea-t, 10 chains, tlicn'je -ouili ICC chains,  Uicnce wet 10 ch.iiiir Ui .iliice of comiiKri.cc-  inent.. '   '  D.UedFfb. 7th. IflOi,  -     , ���������CIIAHLI.S AHIlAHAMeON.  ll     r iMSi. '/:;/  :.������:,('���������  Wife  -V.-/'/"/'';y:',/  .:,S;K..  Si^SPi^^lis^.^^^^^^S  -.X..,,-."l*,'--.',i'i.Vj:'.l'--V  ���������...i',.,!',,:--v.-. ���������:'/������������������-:  ������|K;-;i-Vy;i!  Subscription  .'$2.00 /Per// Annum  /������;/y/iy///;y;  yy,y ^7-y :>  I '--.fi.  ||fe';:*?;S>:yB;;KB'v,  i s���������r������ sysffifrv*'? Si'..  ;siW������//������;,//:;,!--,;���������;:,:'?/  'i-ADVMItTlSlNG rvliATKS;ryon .yapplication  -/'���������'-.-Changes in standing-advertisementsmust  ������������������'-*; iv/'bejiib.-.I.C'iiii/Wti.iiiesday of each week to  ^//"socuro.good display; -Standing advertising  /"/' :/��������� iiiatti.r:.will lie changed twic(-;anioiith:;vvith-  :5'iyyoiity':extiV^:clmi'gc-,-n::;lforyiiiore.;;fi-e(iuciit  // //'alterations tlio. time:occupied:.in,making  4S:.l;;'.>Jiiii^^  ���������%!} tJli^RI^  ...'.V-i:'* able: i-Miis."'.^  W'i.TkHArs^'viisli^^  ?r:;?V-:.-.vr-iiec;/^^  v"!C-QI.1 .KBPONDENCE ��������� iiivit'c'fiV/otiytiiiittcrsr of.  :Ji/v:' public /interest;;/Co'iiimihicaUons to J;h.ai--  :.-:----!i'..y>tor-.,.'11 iiisl.'-: lie 'accompanied;::.by/:;iiamc/or  ������a^-i'w.-lici-.LiioO:iieccs^!ii-ily;;fOr')>tibiieat.ioni:but:  ���������OS-;S as lividehcii of good��������� faith.-/ .CoiTespondeiice  -''//:'phoiiid;iioiiriei./A//,-.//: yyyf:,,yy;yyyy-;yy,y.>::  :;We 1'oc.uostbui'i.uihor  ifey/fUvbp'us/w.th-thoip?^  yyyc'.,iai.i.i^^|.b k^TENAY MAlL^tbo  |;iK;/_i.ost ^luablbitclveptisinkinocllurr1  ayy:iny.ii.er.Kb6tbnh^sybyy:^IyIng-; tlio;  '^'ffpiipifbi'O^Voo^Ayh  S:l������:ch:nsbsyvttoWtliosby;W  :,y y ; neiiii I a r acl vbi'tisbi's: In: tho KOOT"  ysi-yENAY-wAiL.iyyyysyySiysyv  ii)  nprjgiS������isS  WMi  \#|&/y  Jm/S^aSM  fill  Pill  Biil  'n-yd'-U-  ////ft;:.:;  HiilS  llfll  'Mf������s������&L  QiifS  ft.:WS!;'C.'?  W30-  iflfyy  ilili  qt.^i:o';ii-K;hs^o.,N-.;-:-B-'  ���������f '��������������������������������� ys:yBliy;yo'.-i'ici.':.:-:-v: -*���������:���������!���������  *iijYki.:y[i?i-:\\isy;B'iyi'i;iy.s'r-  :sT;y  'p������^;i^Aiti5yl.  I '$$'���������<'^^i^f^ff'^ ''J.'*'-  ' ,^/V  I ^'^K'^^iVj^V^.lA'i'^i^^U'^  A:G;ti.E^ffyy;&yy;|a:;������  If/iVl i: N in a?.K no j 1* ^ j!?>?!5'|4||)^?  '? IM ifi.i.yAi.io.-Icaii| I lis. ittte^hljifeyi^ni'ineers);  c������y*.:������/'(3i cifi!?'Ci.iiii.ii iaiiVM ini rig ;::;:.;titiite.).rVr v'j1  ?y^S|fiyf^  E-ffixiuniiiiitioi^  ylyj/-;-///:/?^^  !B;^'*;j:2M6nc./f6;iban./-/:</P^^  y/iyr.'sigp/Ucen-.;itevolstoku; ll; C.';'.Kort Steele,:ByC/fa  ���������w#;&--i'gbo*s.^^  r������B? 'Si? ASM' r*i' i x ic 11 a M./y/n:;fi w J ;i/A ;/H ,v n v k y fe/Fy  ::vijy:y yiyy:..;!;;;*>y: UfV v 01 sto k o ���������; 1 i.;. 0."^i;;;yyJ.|,Kor i ��������� St >.e|c.i; I������.{p.y  'ii/'Miii^  Sl;l/I^n;?il^  :heillias;hbtylbee'nlyinspecth  ^iertiielfcl;^  the: bflibelrs 'of/ tlie",cqhn^ft������yyfeii1Pte^-1<?i  ''election-/biydirectbrsyyiiiuly:^  25H-yOct6ber:histy;y^  letter iiiVyisuiviiextias^uey'and^  l?'_',/ii;yl;%l',i;':,,>fe^  '///Nelson./'-//.^  'i4th!?eb;.190uf^  yl/j}Wb tool^tlie/item^^  Tni.:uhfeyvvhiclii':bein|.piiblislied":h  'H'i'cjh'ilt'.^  lkbrt..erhyMinbs;/lwc/ife  aiyiv&rt&ertahiedythey  ihkyiii'gya'i-peaKc^  llllll|Wi|  ilN o v el] a'p $* Effect i v;e St ii rii p|  ^/iTb'jMveistbkle/b^ip^^  ti ie; in yen tibnybi..; 'a-.-:, s tti hi iiy cles t roycr,;  Avhmli^bitls:fairy'tc):$(yya;y'bp^  Isettlipblu rbrestllaiid^  li-flitlbc/AvbrisybfiyE^  'I^teii teiljrt^iiiyCaiitidiiyyfln.Lthfe^  1.1t-cbrislstsiotitypdrtiible stoveyiiiaeloyin:  'diii.i)cte'r.:.*'d"f.'!OT  l.ffi.iifcpffs.ile'i.t^  Jtiglityllaii^ermtlieybQ  'aml'&iiffi  vsecureiiyyyitSis-chirm  . w i 11 |biii'iiycj ti tj" ii iiyy st,u nip ftd': t lVepylas t  ���������i-eiiiuaii t,ya ncLii tytli'els.iiiioatihieyyh&a;  sit Eci ���������J/'g iiitrd yiigii i ns ty.tii e^s j-. rc-iidyol"^; t) r<S^  ^wlnciiiyfiisy^fteiijyiittM  :'Seribiis-cbiiseQ;uenccsyiii"!clryy^^  -y^Iry'^dlaTrHiiten  |tipiiyysiipi-tly^qf||its^  'nioclelKiiiidyftest;^  :i ii vein tibirlfh.i vciftbee ii Kiiii'iiclesybyy'-tliS:  ayawVencegyr^  ;i%yy|m|iJvS,fa2t^urW  ���������tlius^'establishiiig^aii^impbr^  indusia'yytt't^y^ffisyfeywy  S������:i-;?a.;>::':-v-::3;;:>������v ;,ji= 5<-.UNIONI- fci' LABEL>;!tjM::tt: ,-v'IV-v  vy^UNIOMf-te'lLABEI-y;:  =iy^y^������^���������  -;:y:il"i"  ������iiliiT U i|������A.*^^fBB ^l%:|]^|d9gi)'  y|^|1;ca lyWt'f^n'tjfJ^^  !il;l-ifij5a,i|ytyim^|lnif|^  :|fffl|ci.e nui n tl j a n'cl sri s eM n^yv a1 u es?| f or������ sey-;:  pyiiplp-^'rsSypasffip^  yi|'gi3ia|l}|i liter esieflyiny  pyilllcfh^yyctijit li ej;Si o|0ntteiyii^iffeTO.;e^  ���������Slli hpy 1: f < iiiSi-r) i ���������^';ii-i'.^..)$I-'^'-iIIS-s1i������  I^A'ty !ity|:Jii|:fL%  :f^Etl������y^l^ir:y^i1||y^nH^  lii^fn iii(:S,:ii)yS;t :liefeyiyiT(:l,i;iuiv|;;atyyyUy^  ^5|G<(-aTri(-e{yi'tyiieiitlvrif:y.M  ^Jri .'a vij! I t-t-i 11 iywji��������������� t^vtl l^ypyl^i ^ VJi e ii cl /yy c| ry-;"  Siycla pyljiiFsyii 'iViVywyf ?���������������! ef ^nJnysvi e'1 iiTgt>-  ^ybpcl iesyof. /i i^eyqrey;i Hli tyytleni a ndyat-  yyytcrit i oViS AYm :s:nb ul el yl i V<'ey>t byseeyt iie,  .IS'liCK! lxl ,;��������� (i'fj.i )-ii;il citqry] be: v lyy.l i r: v in C1 i; jyb f.  y.yy i} it*'/ JJ j-oA'iiyt' i V11 ;y >aV I i ii i ri fry ii ? r o ci i 11 i o ii"  iv:iytiike:'s; i ej is^tgyphin i n'fi lie^tvxa'cti'yiyhr^'  y������ ti cu 1 iii'Kviyii si; t'by! lit. t-ti.. 5 icylibcl iesVan il:  -yUliei i-yv;.;!ii'.:'s ';>\-i liv'.iiyvievv.j oysiilihiit;:  ���������' ,:yti ngythe'niytO::ihN-(-st6i-^,:ynbwysO eag-:  jv/erlyv.emj'w^  y ^y^A1;).ii)ii;-.hit:ltt:l- is'tobt-JCblalilislipli;  ;-'y':|a t\]<* rii nk���������;'. a'ri ci'���������] i tls:: pbssib 1 e t He:'ziric  -y y-j. ros \ leci.t s ;;:;,6 fS t h is -���������-.''.jcl i st ri c t?l iii a y y he  S;''s,vifIicientytp.:Avarrailt-Ct.hey.miningyof  ::yyilies.e'bi-esyohya''big'fcale'iind 'estab-y  .&jisi)iiig ift':.?nieltcr;'"a iii.K.eyelstoke.;  yyyWhat; this:-"ci't-yJ'wants',yifitycan.;get  yAityi'iSiyayJ^  f rri a (t c rs ;vs.t and yytlicy: ci t yyi sy������ pley -de-  y--pei|deiitybn'4h&lum  :-ywayyinteres!sf:aiid .ariyydepressibri  ���������y'viiii'-ilfese'^'aftects'^theycity^  :'::yvith'thVi-leyeJqnment of:.miiiirig.in  :ythc--;Surroundiiigy.-cbiintrv;y and; the  ;-,y establishment'of "the smelter inclus-^  yytryThc';prospects of. the;city ;wbuld:  ,��������� y.)be.;.'. vastly: improved, y;. If; CnVbrancli  'yof thesmelting'industry were started  yliore,others yvyould  fdllpw.yas :the  ' ��������� co|.per:prodiicing pi-ospects oi  the  1 Big Bend���������',look;:better thanyevv.r.y:;  y     Then again: an yeffortysHoiildy be  iyniadeyto get'together ii.good exhibit  ���������', of our zinc ores for the Belgitim ex-  y potsi tioii   this, .year i'ti ml we "endorse  y' the.renmrks of a  correspondent of  the Standard, who say.-:-     y '.:,  ���������;', ���������" The atterition of .'m'i.ning, people is  called to  theurgent necessity oi seconding; the  etVort of  the ���������;,Dominion'  ; gbveriimunt in the matter of .fiiriiish-  ing  a first eliiHS exhibit .'of our zinc  products for the exposition to be held  at Liege in Helgiuin thi.-i year.   There  are large zinc smelting' plants at Liege  -and it  has located near- there  many  other /inc, smelling plants-, which are  seeking for new Hources,of supply, and.  will .investigate  fully any such promising field.'' .,.  -  '. :   ,      :      '  DeaW^fPS^  SalSSplsii i-.ii m d e;r"::yCp/|||5|f yy@|  :������'0.'On;Sar-i^  ::Ceivg.li|6'f|Ktlfe4cIf?athy^  iArchihalclKJircM il jii' ivy;qfyt!i(t;Mcponalcl;  :;5l cil i 1 lam Goni W. nyF&^j:$&fiW*ti*oi:  ,tliey|;ArrowheysLum^  iJirySfcMUla'iiyiWa  ;cpnhect;ibn;yy:with:;3|(^ii'eyyra  ;,tra?ctsywiyei.yiieyy.bokyi'.ly\n  "fe veiy|:;i^Ii-?|McM jl lai?;: waiyiiipStyhigi.ly;  :;esteemedy;b_(V;.aji������wJ'mw  /connect ibiiywithytjieSr'fbw^  iberpbmpany;fi:ecpueh^  vtStl)ipdiJtjic.yyv>: here :h el;m'iuleyiifa".)y:  .���������fi-iendsyiind'^hiid;yec6iiie;::'f^  Hteyy?yLa#yvviiiteny;l^wa^^^^  is pe h tylsbni e;;|v\-eeks ? atyiSKs'Leonyyandf  iHaicypnfHptfS'^  ���������n nd ywasyi nygobtlyliei.l t.lri)pjt*by;th|ey timet  bLhiSybenigytakeiixiil^  ���������feStgl);(0t.''^t.:i)^^  ;h eii r t f61 t'iSyVn' pnt .liyp- i I li������t I li-n'iM n ��������� tljei rj;  l.ij)lCy-fi!������K!\)X!MU'Jffl  .^Jj IfliyLiglHti Hi^Tyiy tffA-f: r;(jvv "i i^i i ciyyis^  ;,s i st e iy.:o uiii. ce ii se tl ':.ffS WfX'f:VK:B?^f  s;^Gbii)iiic^b:'?ijdih;ii)v.b..������yt lielia r'a'iiy:  :t;6iy\!r.JB������it-tit*,yfM rJMl'cyM'fi hi li/fiiea rjv;  ���������i^;ii^severpSlfesiytjU:Ki'lifr  T.uniliefeCbn'i.tt  ���������aTseriesypi-ti'dsfdjtyti t i t i yy f :y 11 i 11 g: ^ r i i j > i ci 1 yy  biV^yoiieyahe'thery'yTlie:' y c b 11, p:V ii yyy; li ������.s ,'^  ysiVi:ce"st'i!^  coiicrii^tcd: |it;yiitVjHrsyiii ;:siit-liysivyvvay;iis'  .tol:iiVerity.'rilie.yf.:iybr,-'^iid  the puhlicyaiuhliii- universal syiiipathy:;  in;its:rnis.drtunes. \i':. ������������������'���������!.   :';-:��������� X':i'--:: =,;i'y  :-f;;.yyyy:y:yyy Tiiey ^riBM^jaieoiffK:::,^-  ������yy.^!fc Newyy York :���������; uiagistr a teyyaniy; h is  sfriendyAyere;;:returnlngyfi'omya:;.bab  Harmyiiiyarni^and y.w erej gi vi iig^way y-'to'  yiiiirtliM: and);;: spiig w wlien'yTthey:;;:. found  "themselves ycqnfrohtedsbyy-they': police.  'Ixtiei liiagistraWymadey his;i; esciipe,'yhut,  ���������:bn' :'theyf pllowiugydajf asyhe^sat iicm ythe.  tbenchyft'grayeiydighifie'iyaudy alet-t,';.s.8  ':usii'ali^y; hey Mw); hisydeaK andyyaliied'  !!fr.endybharged;yjwithy,beihgy,dru^  ydisbrderiy.yyHeyiistenPdvtblthe  ''unmoved vbeypncl '���������-- a^feiiiiedyexpressibn5  yohyhis;fa:ce)aiid;yaff:er:;Caliihgy:uppn  'prisoneriytb:': explain :'hisy:cbiiductg ad^;  } dressed.:- hiM-ihyhis^mbst; seyerelyyjudi-;  yclai-i'-man'n'w  yNeveryhadyhe'heardSj:mpre?di^  Jcase'y'aM;it'wasysbymu(_li;,t^  I- gracef ulyfromS&ie |i'^tytjiatSthejpris-V  JbjierSevideritlyyyw^  .^eteiiiand ymbyedyiny;wh^  y(herey;he):beeaiii'eyyery^  y60cie^y.yHeyfe!t;n-^asya;jua  neniehcyyivv-buldyliblsiit^ly-butyp^  fand:;they'finey?must4bevOT  ywhich''thedaw.a!!b;wedy;yy������p;iyS^^  ���������ii!SyExtrn'br.l.__-ir}-2:^  -lyy Oiieyb K the!; inpstyrem iu-kafeie^ttpa-y  )pjeM.'byii:fi!eiin;;tli:e;iireW  yiaybne^hb^yiri'theyS^itipiiaiymusoum  fi:'arisy,l!ibeibdf:'jjehtciice;bii;a^  :ycuted:ybyy'(d^iceyjnyytlie^  yGiiiriubiit-A'viiia'iiud.Sstrringied^  iglbl)etyat:tiiAt';$lticeSy:It:'is  yfedyywaxgkeptS^  y d {i'tpy <3 f?; J iiii'ey-1-iyyi-i 04/f n ntiy r end s: a syfol-'  Slo^ys.S'yWe.'^he^  S hprroi?ypfy Uiis yerime:?-i  y mil lce.ya ny exa ii) pi Pi ii nd;?, to ^a tisf y y j u s-^f  ������)ticey;hiiyeyd(ftlareQ,;yjudge^  ifprbiibuhcedyFiUiidyjyapppin^  vsaid9hbgy~nbvvSdetani^  yas jiyprisbneriysiial iyby|the;;executJpiier;;  ^ejhiiiigyand-^raiig^ed^  tthfSganpwsSvyhfchynp^  ytlieSy iii'isd ictiOn lidf-f the1|mPnk^t)pingS  yiie it' r; \ he::,cbpyh pldjo f )yA!yiii Sylmwitness;  - ptywli itihy; w e������ Iiay e:;-S eaiedythisypresent!;  ywi tliybur?^eais.!!|:j So! lb wiugytheVabpy ef  fa Ve|t liiej sigiiat^ures|pf |tliej jurors Jyaiidy  ?tliStlu'efeict|'pfo.the|de  yy:~;yyyy::Bi.si_:iii������':!iiiy<iie.1'isiiiii  "^i'mskiiig' .ii;:tiieyspii;yj.sy1riyitself;;;bf:,  !'reai,,.:iiid;;epiisi(lenible;te  y;iiO:>wmplinieiVtytb':bur;/liuniai^  ���������'.ge^'ieb.-.toi.'fin'tl'itha't'rcats'ya'nd^  ���������istuiid-ythat'yfii'ct'.-mueii^b^  fabyyy-They'ipv'e'o'f.ysuiVs^  ybne.;bfypurcstrpii'^st!.in  ysiipuId die'', faEpeiiliiiier,;audyhappiei-Tfy  yvveVfollpwiM.;aiidydbveipp  -pfy'priveticiillyy'Igiipniigy-i  y i t."; V- ilo'yiy^'fe spa rii; 1 litiiyys u niiyy nipriTiugV  v-exbiiii rises': tisyamiyuiii^  ���������;V*.'it:sV.tdpy.'|tlne^a^tlu  :'.tii'dy)j-ety-h6w;:'fewyiiplidity  ;fEp.-ythi.t''reaSpii.!'y;pii;y:S:S  yyvT lie; w wit th-byf ytlr^  '-mit;layisti!iy,ajj'iu  yfromytty'tbystruggleyibyrj^  ifluiiidfui.s'ycl-iysbmeU  '���������'i b wy'abtiysiii liingfyijii tlipty)h:ii'if;:so)'iikeiy;  'Ijtc,..- bring ydsy h.ipiiiiiess^yiVdyoftenyli.i's;,  ysffitiigeti-ed';si.b'ts-yiipbu:iL  y.iycliaiiceyy!Uid|Ai-eyslially  'iisjmpr^  y il o]iybotvvr.eir' ini tti rii>'s if n I igliiyi'iiiidjtliaty  ��������� > ���������sri iiii_vv-:y;jil i hikw i til -C> iiy'.vy; liicl ii::'n Cteiv'tt llji tsj  ���������y'tl.iv.trt^  y.fcy:'i;y!:yy'y:j(:;,i-'''yy; '���������' '��������� "** '',''-''-���������;;'- y"jl':>; Wj:::M''SSS!l  iii; l.eiti*,nUH i.-'o tf;''' I-'i-y^O ivl .Can ii',. Iln yiiiiV;.:  yy'iiiy sOineyiiiiWsyoi'y'Kui^  liiii (..b^Tr&jiV;; t lioy.'eKj^y^ i'^tlioyy-Oii^y eitt'iitl'  bwi yi^'yl^Iipyedtfi'p^'bp'-^  yfbrydi-ii!iik^i;jii^ss4^iyyyBgy^  ���������.ytLi-ni';^  ybyey;iij!e;ytbfpr(jciire:;it5iiiagl  '^givesyii. vlsi l.ii J i ty|tb ^tYie[;\ycii i-er:qyl B'isf  'Ail'ipiireiit'j'yjfi'io^^^^^  ;'tiijr;^fprrffn}^  :f'cB^eriii'g������t'li^yh.^  yypiKelffthatiiiiffipidyb^  ::bv(:i;yay&iitui-_,3ol<!yt^  JifVoy'iVostMaiiciyyim  'eggSboiiyirsluii^yand^  ythei'eyshcmiijybajyptiii^^  ymiii^nestl iii^i|yiiiu^  ^reiiliieef;! ty^;is J j^o^;.*^ ^C'.^bt ��������� ;]ytii i Sy;y't i ie sys iVotyy  ytinistt;bfl.mos^  yj:hj.ji.a^ntyybiril,2.i fyiboyslpjd^e.imugii/y  ������vllLreturii;iAWtliyfii^iia^  ;;wiiLrbniler:|he:;ncstyrhyisii3le,:i(iid  fapi^r^ntl^yp^TOiri&Ftlie  SJudgekytJeyiiestlpug^  v mil s t iiSp 1 u ck ;S tj i e|5; pr iz^^ggg^p jiS*jg|.  ^;;.-;vi^-:?;-iy-;;v^;.,- ;y.'';'.y:':;_.;.'.'";..;;.:,y:y;.:���������^,;:.-;''.yy!::-',vi^-..:*;1^.yy:  ;yy w- ysnyy :x i c \iii ii m������. h f 61 y k i n s������ i'y;i:5*E:; 3;;|y>!  f& Fira iieeyytia -s^ V^oi'i'Sf-i} I?, secissii a\JS nitt.i o i i^,,;  -fl '    '-"-'-'"'  "-���������������������������--������������������������������������'--'-���������-������������������'-   ���������---.'���������������������������!..-���������-���������--���������'������������������!.������������������-���������-���������������������������  :JS'S'f,^i'K:bli!.-it������'ii|i.a'..,-iln  Jiy|Tlie;������italittny5wlib;i;|i'iiyelsy    iis'delighted-HaYi'ear'ali.ibst'bv^^  ,. ., ,   'aroui.d"him^tl.e:������^  iaiitiuermiiiatioiisp  -thelfEriglishiiianj^unaccjiiainw  ;' t liefy',- Cbh)ed y'S'isy'fs ui-pi,jsed;|StS::Hie;:|  ^spuhd^bfJLaYi n;^rdsSyh!ch  yh:idyfallen:;:entii-elyyintipy;pb!iy,i6h.|,such;  -:asy''Nimp'yyfbi-y;-N^siiiib''y'ai^  .fbry'/niosantei^ybifewithTE^  yofy^.-i^nty^bi'd������siich^^  .dSPiogg i a, 'tpfi I s 1 ay'Sy- f orft'Q'uestavj^aud)  iylTlietGb'rsicaiiiyihpw^eryyjs;!!!^  ;I tali any*, tiian ������ tliat������  :aeyaly ppetyyfy-Itpisjyl^sj sp^ialJzpU ypfiy  ytlieh'wii'ole^tiiah :i.ii=,.-'ii^  y^r.tacty:ywitIi'|:'tlie:|pU  Kt i ctr 1 a ri yy Tlilo s������ t������if;y''Gi':l! a G HViy?n ii d y-fS i^U xyy;!  ija iidiywitbyythef:! itei^fyysJajigiiitgMyyp,fJ  ySpa.n;'aiidyPbrttiga!;g^  Awtem bs titinvi 1 ea sa 11 t-seiisa tioiris .ca u sedy  FbHi'tiipSyip.I^  yhei-veydue;tpva/:b!bw'bi),tl)eeib  ;iie.'velpasses dovyn oiiytlieliniier-sideybf:  i'tii'e':'arml-:.andyt^ .  yjyY.eni!S';rbiindya rid; eii tei-s;:t lie,: f oi;ca riir-i  'fitrtl.e'taekybfytlipfembvv'yj^  yeiieiwhodiiVs.yfeit'-hisyneighbbr'syelbbvy  .!'stjcl.lii'g-';;-int6y}.hisir!b^^  ;elbbw -is'"remarkably";deScien.oin:flesh.  -'iHie": nerved isjytherefore'c at,; this: point  -yei-y; nearytbeystirface ;andylias;little;tb::i  ;Sliield^itlifrbiii;-ii :;blpvv,?:: .Ifsrvye"are;'so;  ;unfPrtuiiate ������������������:-:-asv;:'..tp -giyejpuryelbovy;;a  :smni-t;;tapyweFPbtain" a"practical/con;  :di-mationybfy:;theyfaet-ytliatytiiey;u]hiir  Inerveisthe: principaiysenspry; nerve :;pf  -the fojearm,1and, hand,yi;-Vly'-S.yy;l :��������� *yy;ya  CORRESPONDENCE.  T J IK" G R K A T '.VO RT11K Ii .V .MI S'Kii  LI.MITKD.        ' .       ,.���������  Jiflil/i'r KooTKS.W ..Llll,:  Si it,���������The     i tf; '���������;���������'���������  F. VV. flodHiill, tlio ncivly appiiiiiifiirpriiia-  (I'Kit. of thiiflront NurUiorn mino.i, ii vi.-iitin-f  tho company'* property.  ���������   " ������������������  that appeared in your last week's isHiie  is very niislcading, Mr. Oodsalha.s  not been appointed president, .of the  Cireitt  Northern   Mines, Limited, and  To yStart; B eg in n i n g); of;i iVI archl  :;y..:Hbn.yyF.y.:^  ymiriipnllErjgineer);iw:asyin: theycityl-this  )w eek''and:.llex peets;!: yt d-yyy������-t art;;, -.on;:-:-' -the  "ri ve'f .-,/ini proy f-ment s y 7: fcegi ii n 5 ng7;:'ypf:  :;M ii rchll yi::T'he"llw;brkSl.Wybeer.ioeliivSd:  ;wa iting*iheiyapprpya l:.yoi'y li lield'la lis jit,.  10-t.tawa 1:1'U.tl liheseyiirel.'expected; bficl.;  -iiiliaiyfew claylsl. ;y Trrly at-ditiorr ioy the  -f 10.000voted foi-yrlie;.!wOrk.l;-ariotlie'r:  ;ifl51000(iisybe)ng:;yn)adel available^' and;  -Mr.-lGalliher willlendeavprlytdyhaveli  Ifurtherygralritl riiaci^ '.-'.ai lithe -present  Fessic'n;pi purl.iament:������0,..a.'- , to have a  first-class- ibbrnfide of the work.;.;: The  dredgel.wil! be utilised :in :'connection  "with-opening' the direct channel, lyy  ; y; peo'piey -\viio Rni-eiy; yvirity y;: y:  ./iftTlierpy are :peopley;whby rarely ywiiik.  Yibw-i'theyl^maiiage^tbygetyalongjlwith-  :biit1 tiding;:sb-islaymaryel,lbut spmehow;;.  ;dr: other :theyl;dp.:;;yspmeyeye3: are! natu-:  Irally 7more;\ii)bistythan;;otbers,yand-ltli"e:-  very;; moist leveydoes;: not ;so: niuchyneedy  th^yassista'iiceybf yIthelElidsytp'keepythel  'eyeball ybnglit.lvJty'islla-ycoristitutional;  yihatter.lforiwinkingr.tbpughyulndervthe '  ^bntrpiyofytlieywilLylSjUoife so.;quickly���������;  t!iatiittsypr.iCtica!iy;ariiiiyoluntary,ac-i  tioniyy;Men; wink;yiylie;n 11Iieyyfe^ 1 ythat.'.  :the.: eye 1 is''; tin comfortably- ;dry,l>, arid -  when" it does not become dry the -ne'ees-;  shy :for;:winkiiig-isyDot'fe!ty- 1- '��������� W:l l'--  RUSSIA.  Governor1- General     Sergiiisj  i^yiy'*-"-."^l.'Dy^amited.'yy''y'';y'yi'''yy;|  Heririurr. uncle of the C/iar'yand "tyho-j  ordered. the-Go-sack.-;. to  kill '.citizens j  in  their   recent -denionstration',;   ha*}  been killed by a bomb.      it" is  stated  thc'Cziir/H.nd^evenil high otlicinls are  also-doomed.'-- '  ':- ' ;    v. -  -. :'.;  USE^<>si%z^>  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best; in the World  Mail iia: 15 Royal Crown Soap  '���������Wrappers,! and in return we  will mail a beautiful^Picturey  si'/.e'10.x'20 ; or for 2;") Wrappers;  your choice of over 100 books.  Drop  us a-post card asking  .'. for a catalogue of  promiurns  to he liiul   F.R Pj'K , for .Royal , .  'Grown Soap ���������Wrappers.  -   Address ''.-'������������������  ���������'.1To'.'I*re'i.erve,",''th������i. Color  of   FIOTrerii.  '  .Avyay'tb preserve::rhe colors of llow-  era vvlien;-pressing,themvi3.to irhmersey  they stem ofy the fresh-plant iny.'ri ������������������soiu'-'y  tibnbf si.grains of ajum", 4 of niterand-  1 -S(i.of .'.water for a .day or' two, unU1  tiie'licjuld Is "abHorbefl.ytlien pressithe.  "pliint; in the usual way, 3lft some' dry  siindover ,Mie' HOwer and /submit- to a  gentle heat for abputtweiityhours.:'  tGiieyiwasliStr-iLpuisg^ ^  HHiVtii)^ineanIi]ig:y^!).e^  /nbus^ycsi'viiptheryikiife  y^yiiil^liiisWicce^bi-^yywereyiH  ���������ii^.prtii.'nirtc1;;-^  yAirab)S#K.^  iloii'/ti ieStop:| t lieill jand 1; iitiypyprbgrbsseiiy  yfartherycwheii^  ItiyelyyiyeiilledytheyfatLierybf^  /iriiid3tii'4lt&lt!^  ^slp ehnifti-.i'-li ii sf lia df a/: nips tllcii ri oii s/ar-'f  friiyylpfiysbyereigi^  SKbricedyi!>oiii-diy^impie^lHinigi-y  yfpbt;yyI^iubyigr,ipusy;randj;/Gi^  Sri iiipiig-yytlVptn^yyiyTli'islSi attei%y/yvv:li'oiy;tyii3ly  yBliristia nlcl LSb^^  fgfi jii lug/li he/addition a lytiHeybfytiile/Xerpy  10 iy 11 if-|;iN,prtIi;SSTiiei;.e'| wasynlTOliablySlit-;:  ? t leyjnipp [ulc^s 1 i iiygaim^  |ui)pJi|tiieytii'TO!m;ft|a||y  .;:;^::/;:^ London's:" Coo kiieyyDlslrict.-^y/'y^i  11 \ v si-ya nr:; n:-lepcl. iieyilbo i-h yi iff.'tlie.;; son rid/  ;lpi^Ithelgrea r/bell :;bfyBpWv liii yr.pnijpn;''/  is'i'i id! an' .������������������Eiiglishihiin.yf C'ti lain /rr gen nines  -eoei.iiey:y;yTl)ihy:teriiiy;ca*iiybc^  ���������applied-ypiilyy'tb/a'niitiye;df east;cLpii-y  ;;dpi]^a;mjihywlioyAyas;boi-ii;,vyith iii/the/  ;sb'iiiid;;;;of/thel;;ljell:ybfi:;Bbvy,;^/Tl)ell.dis-:  jTti;I:-.;tj.fisV^  itiil.e''.'irti'fuge'-v'tiyerev'.vvh  Icpuntries'vvhere/theyidoliiot;linveylib:  Tertjy^VTliisilflbiitl'i^  Ippsedlbfl aiiareliistsy;nihilists;/nndi/.in  /fact;: every/one ywlioycaii nor yli ye ielse-;r  wlie.relxpnip'ps.esythel.iiirgest proportlpn  ofy tlVeinliabitiintslo  j (1 i -St i'l i C t." /-".V, -^:; 'l/'" ^ -.' i-:-'i-V;l> -;v.- s/ "::-'��������� t>:'; V,-.:^. /.'jl '-j!./-/V ,:1:,  ::,;-.y?'/,y-;'/S/y';:?j  IllSIII  ���������'���������ul,'" '.:-..-'' "('.ft'';!/  f^-^ffr-  l-'yjyHard wa^llGu t. ei-^  ^Si^Sl'/''^^  ;:ifcSiTil(Je!if,'Gui;ne^  v:; ly/::// ��������� :-;;yi ';.yi.*'Vifeliii^. Vit ^iisiil-^' fLi-i.l. .ill ^kinVViS.ot.-Senei:iii';yl-[.ii'tl!vv'fi >v^*.:'y ::V.y,^,:/;/;yu^,^7^  A/Estuhjr^  /���������'fiywtjt../-^/-: ;���������;���������;?:?  jfSr-^T'^'V-Vii-ail"''^  :>l������IR|i;li?ii;ifp^fe!^  ;-���������sr-���������v-:.-:,::;..-t:;;i;gJ   , ,, ,    %fimmm\  W^Wi^G^^^W-^^^^^W^^^^M0^- ,,.  :yiyy4i;:iiyyiiSi������^i;/yy  IlIllSlli.iiiil^liQl������  '"'"'"' ^"-���������"'���������'-"���������""-  ���������;.���������,-...,,,-,. (l-.-l.   '���������--^gjfegi&M]  ff:H "i-M-'t. >?yf>iix4:-w>~  :gf|j|gg^  liIllftiN;diliiT  I ^'-A'7,V:/it/V^,ajJL^tSViiE  S'/yiig^Mjlsyyyyyy;^:;;;;:/';.^^  "'"&Sv^i'-^^^^  "-     "   t-.-l-i.i._i-.  ^"O'er&tiiMf^i  : -'*; -', i <?��������� ���������>,:'(  A^^:^fi^'4-:^y"  'llillliillSllllpM  ^smMm  qr;iiSffSi0M  ^-^iiiiiiij^pl  \<mm  ������.������!.:  't>/-:sy:  yyw;ct  )M  imm  ;yS/;Z!v;;/,:;ZZfl/f:l  ''���������fii.i'  ;y -IHm; Cullnnry  Qualification./   :/-;  /ySiryHbrace-Phiiikett :oiice;to!d a.stpr'j'/  ;bf',:lliisiyraiilciiiiig/;d!iv-ls^  illidiiig ihto/cainp bneleyeniiig lielturny;  ledllliisylibrse' lopsey finit/got/sonie,,sup;/  lpei-.:^vliieiiywasiayyileiyycQpke(i;/iiieal,:  -evoii Ifoi'l'la/'ebvy; ..caiiVpl^  :t!:e-<lppl.:aleo.wb6y/!ieIliad; fbriiieriy/eiii-:  pinycd./Siy lilbriice/said tbi liiiii::i/'Ybiiv  :vyei-e.:i:vv:iy:;ii|r.eovv':liaiiti;:but'its:a cofik;  yoiilai-ei.olaecouiit./ywiiy'didlyoiig.iv-e^  up/riding-riiid/take:-to', cookingv:/What:  :u-1-'/ youry-yiiiialifientions������������������-".���������'any-vyiiy'.."i-i  ;���������(. iiii !ific-:itioiis!''/:;ho/. replied/; l/'W by,/  don't'/yoii y know y; I've/ gbty - varicose y  veinsV"������:   '���������'/ ���������y;/'//;lz; '-���������'���������'������������������;-'//'::/.,y':'/.' '���������,/'/���������:.  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.^C.  Limited  '.-       ���������    ��������� -;Ekici   In -the .N'.-t,    '..'���������'  ;������������������ All birds have a systematic arrange  Iiieiit in deposfting tlielryeggs in; tlie j.  nest,' mid ytbei-e tire very few .species, j  if-any. in -.vl.icli dome 'peculiarity Is j  not to be'seen, if careful-observation'i  is made. ;Munj; birds so plainly, and j  iiivtiriafil," show1 a tendency' to a set |  a rrniiKerfjetit that "their habit is geiier- j  ally known.   ���������" ,   . , ��������� , . ���������;  yy-y-y-y-Nnvnl ;TorpeiIoen.''���������"';������������������;-';.; .,;-'.:.yf;  ������������������'.'iTorpedobs ifpritlieIdestriiction'of yes;  sols'.'wer'C'''.:l,rst:'ais.eii. In/vilieyspriiigi-of  iStit by/the Coiifcileratesiii the Jauies  i-ivcr.: In 1W15 yt he-:; secretary./of 1 the  navy .. repoi ted/ t!i;it - more '/'ships y bad  liefri' lost:by; torpedoing1 than Troiii'all  niher eijiises.' ;-'Geiiorn'! Knins, -chief of  ihe .if/oiifei.-eriite torpedo service, put  the:,'.iniiiil.'f-i- at. .fifty-eight, n greater  iiuiiibci- i.iiiin. Iiiih'been destroyed in all  tlie , wiirV'Slnc'cv ��������� '////./      /   '":'    :'  .,t .(-initriiiioiiilc. K<m(.   ������������������  Here Is nu exlrnet .from .,,'ri recent  riovfi: "IliiKliand mid wife nie oil to-  ic'.bi.-s'. --lit-; sllenee./; Tiiere: was. iiiiini-  festly'lon 11!If'-eliilg liciwi-en tlieni. Tlie  iiii.biini.l (I'-Vdiii'i'il n plnio.of soup, liiilf  :i'ii_sl>; a 'fi!',''''(-'f.'f I'bfist Iicef'.'Hid,ii slice  of filiini, p-irildliig without- ever once  ���������'ipenl/ig his iiifiiiili."    ���������..���������'������������������ 'y  Ooilsru thw   Shiidfiwu.  ��������� Why destroy present,tiiippineBS by a  distant misery-'which-may never corn*  at'Bill or. you miiy never Jive to see  it? ��������� Kvery "snbsr.nntlnl grief has twenty shadows, and most of them shadows of your own making.���������Sydney  Smith, ' '  Oonblo  Action   flprlnnr-i.  First Patient (at tha fanhlonnbl*  sprlntfs.���������What ar������ 7011-hero for? Second Patient���������To flenh up a little. And  you? First Patient���������To raduo* my  weight.  '      Ai-Sifinrt   Wlliiem..  ; f.uwj-ei'���������'Do. you swear positively  (hat you know inbre limn liaif this  Jury? .Vitncris��������� i'en, sir, and now Unit  ! have, taken a good look at 'em  ���������i: II-i. wear that I know morethan all  ,'if .'eiu put toi-ether. ' , >.  .Vulore  nnd   Wo'mnn.  ..'���������"S'otnre'���������never grows old," snld Bar-  kiw,    '   '    ! '...,..  , '���������":('.-!, Mho does," snId Hawkins, "but  ���������die i.-t eneiu-'li of a .woman to ha abl������  -  ...ueciil ner ago effectua1!," "    '  .*yyy/v;/:yiyii/:iyyiT.y/iyipf5sey;i:ie  fMM, -y/S: Jlll-'Mtm^  ;yyy.l *y-r-/ ^y/Siy-:yi-:lr*.tf e 1 Vt s li"o:r :/y Hen ltavc* i 1 ^a i i ci';- 0 pa 11 a/y y/lyZl ������������������yil'i!-//-/,:4::/;/:  1yvl-Z:y///yyy:/y/yyy;^yyPate.n  ;':;:..:^y/':;.:-. ^^^.j^I-iiMt] ^^r^yiyii i.i c( i-:^. B111 in ^/^'^ten'i^L'^ ^^^^;:/"*:;.^H'H^-:Wi.l;--=- Bp  yiyiyy/iy'yyyijyzy: 111 u^  lilllsPSGl  ���������/:/if������//j:'i  ///GiP:K.;iiridge'giiiigs;'iiri; at-;>y..rk;;ou;  ;threes'teel llrkiui*sllienigi(.rected/acrpss:  t hel:;I2i<g, 1 e/: riylei--l;on^';iit::/y^Iji 1 ���������; W/vyri/;one  Tiym/ilo;.iiifl^  iirioilier "/a./nVil ///(iid /'lit/Jialf ry.eii^ty of/  :Sicambus.y/y;:-,-/.-i////^://::,/;/::::/:-;/:/:.:���������..;.::  iy/rW/l:E:;-Wbodihbui-e,:y:whii/hiis;^  'locoinotive/.fpreihiiii;: i.t/itlie;;p. ('.yti.  SilibpSiityNelsbhy liiisybeeiiriaiV^fei'ied:  to,tlielcbri)pa.)y's.sh(ips-/iit:.NIoosejaw,  X; \\'.T: 1 ".;He >yi 111; 1. e, re pi .iced /by M r.  Pittslpf/Jroosejawy'/./;;-:/ ���������/'  y MOOD YARDI  Thiivi* started a periiiaiieiiL Wood  '.Viii-d on Third street. With inv past  experience I hope to ��������� Ih1 in a position  to sarlisfviill i-ef|uiieineiits of customers. -' Dry Coi'dwood kept .in stock and  supplied in 'aiiy-/lengths at. reduced,  prices for cash. ' '��������� .  --'/���������"���������.:,��������� R. SAMSON. /'  Til F.IMIIXCK MIN IXG'&; I. KVKLOP^I ICXT//./-/  ;:Ci.v-.C0111iAXY,tLIJIITKD. LIABILITY. s//:5,;://  I.XllOTiCK/i'S';'^  l>i.--:'ANNUAL'JII-:K-|'ir>G:bttlie:Shai-eh(ild-/::.::;:  ers''dfjtlie'il,i-iiico/:MliiIni{.::iiiul;.,-UovoIoiimeiiu;-'-:--:;'";-'-v  Coiiipaiiy, '-Liniileil - Liability, ;w-iirtjo; held atw.-/  the Conipany'sOlllces, First Street. Reveistoke;':: -<  li.C:. on AYliDNKSHA.Y.-.'I'I-Ii'J EIGI-TIMIA-Y^ ^'  0 F AI A1 KM I;; AV' P. 11105, ii t; the: hour, of -two- /:''  o'clock' in ihe;afternoon, for tho/purpose .'of-'/.1//  c'lccl hit; olllcc-i-s for. tho'- cnsiiiin,- year, anil for- '��������� '"���������  all other.purposes.relating.to:the iiiaiiiigcinenU ... /.:  of the Conipanv.y ���������///:���������/-..  :/  -,..���������.":��������� ../..:���������;.,:/'/:���������-:>:  - It-is proposed ,10' aiiic-nd-the l!y-Laws by in-.: :/���������  'ei-ciisiin;llie niiinlic-r of -Directors to seven'.1--.'.'-���������:/:--/'-  .iTIie'l'i-ansfei-  Hook -of the C'oinpany/will hei-'::  c-ioscd during the   fourteen days iiimif-diutch"    -c  preceding'such.luectiing.'. . - : /. //: ./ ^  ���������Hated at Kevel.mokc-.-H. Cthls ltith  day bf,!'-  February, A.'D. 190.1..-������������������;���������:        : :/- / ;.:./..: ���������':'���������>,  Avi'-Ji'.'.i-Row.v;:/'-''"- / /;/':::.i;iL;sc;0'i''ivyi;:vy:/-'  /   v ������������������( President/'- ; - -/:';::/"/ -Secreriu-v;//: :/  lillfnii-l .-/,..;.,;,;- ���������:./;; .y./.      -.;������������������,;.;.;.;:/:���������:  /l-ylfl  HENRY'S NURSERIES  1 ..     XBW CHOI/  , "���������"'-./'���������y    ;1  iio.vii-; ditow.v and i.vri'oirri.ii  ���������  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  : 'tho us Aims ok krijit  AND ORNAM l-.XTA L TH EIDS  KHdlJOni-'NimilNS,    ItOSUM,   CiltUK.V-  IKJUBI-; A.VI.I  IIAIir)Y'I'LA.Vr.S  I'm- Spring planting.,'   -  Cut Flowers, Floral Designs, etc  , BliK IIIVKS AND SUPPLIES.  FICKTiLISI^RS.  liiistei-n prices or less    - White labor,  Catalogue free.  Buy Direct���������Save Agent's Commission  M. J. HENRY,  3010 Westininstei   Hoad  VANGOUVIiR,     .-���������  ���������   .    '���������������������������' B. G.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS^  y.''*/.,������������������/���������   /Royal Mall Linos.  Cheapest Route to tho Old Country.  : ALLAN LINE-From St,' Jolin.    ";/ '  Parisian .,'..; .Feb. 20/  I'avariiiii........ '.-'..."...;...'.'.'.,..'...,..Mar. 1  Victorian  .Slur. 11  Tunisian/..,.,....,,............"-..'...'.....Mar. IS-  ��������� V Irgliiiiui. ������������������'.���������.���������........... ���������.-.-..... -.-;....;.. Mar. -._������--  CAN. PAC. ATLANTICS.S.-Fi-oin St. John..  LakeClianiplain... ;. ...,.,....,... Feb, 2.5  Lake Erie . .;..,....,. ....JIiu-. 11  Luke Manitoba.. .,._.Iui. iii-  AJlKlUCANI-INK-Fi-oiii Now York. !.    '  St. Louis.../.......,...... .........Feh. ,ir>  Philadeliiliin......,/���������/.. ...Mar.  I  St. I'iuiI........  ...... Mar. 11  St. Louis. .Mar. 25  WHITE STAll I^INE-Froni New York.  naltlc...-..'.-..  .....;..���������".-';..Mar.' 1  Ton tonic. Mar.  ������  Oceanic��������� .../...... .. .Mar.  Majestic. ......... ���������.. .. ...; Mar.  Ccilric.. .........I ..Mar.  Ilaltie ���������/.... .......M.ar.  Cb'NAHO UNE-Fioin Now.York.  Caiupnuia .Feb.  Kti-in-iii. '. :.'.,'.....:'Alar.  Ciironia '.. Mai-.'  15-  Unihi-ia, ���������.  Lucania.  ...Mar;  ..���������Mar.  Passengers ticketeil through to all parts of  Great Britain and Ireland, and at specially low  rates to all parts of the European continent..  Apply to nearest railway or steamship agout or  to ,     .   '  T.   W. BRADSHAW,  Agont,  Rovelstollc  W. P. F CUMMTNGS;   Pacific   ARent,

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xkootmail.1-0181384/manifest

Comment

Related Items