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 Provincial LiTiiiry  ������������������ a'   i  L.K  VolJlo^No,^a,,��������� ^^^^y^v^va^^, cfcEXELSTOJCE. B. CtFEBRUARY 27,7  / ������������������-  t*..i >������������������  904.  . $2.00 ^ Year.  , CO BE AN TROOPS, ./0/# JAPANESE*  I      J  77/e Port Arthur FigM'f Japanese'Repulsed���������They Succeed in 'S/ock-  '���������* , ing the Harbor-^-Wiju Opened to -Foreign :Jrade���������Russia ,     *  .   ,    Removes' Afghan Landmarks���������Excitement on the     v   '   '"  Servian Frontier -jAustrian'jArmy, to   " ' c*(   ' T '  ' 6e ' Mobilized f-Spread' of '  " ^Albanian Revolt. ���������< ,     '    ; '  <*      4. (  !,  Just Opened Fine  Range bf Tailor-  Made   Suits .arid  Skirts Suitable for.;  Early Spring- Wear  I'ii'  WEW STYLES :    NEWPAXTERNS  Coats;' wi th r Tight-^Fitting,"- ff"  - Backs''arid   Semi"-Length:"  .*: ^  ,   Patterns in Checks,' Stripes  ', a'nd CheviotrSerges.,'  Every  'Garment Tailbr':Made\,an&.*-Tr ;,7  'A Fit is Guaranteed.1 x':'  PRICES:? RIGHT- ' ~T  , -Ni'w, York, .I'-oli. ^(t���������-Tlio Herald's  JJcrlin onric-spundont, cable,1-,* ihnt Airs-  ti'in c;.\|K*c!(v((i   have   to  inlorvono ,in  f  tlio JJiilkniiN in co-iiporntion with Hus-'  fin unci luis i*.sued iih|(.|*;( (,i pu'imio'  for tlio iiioliili/iilicin of (Iio nriii,\\  -Tclegiiiini iivoivi'd in Merlin fruiu  IJulgrado .-iiiiioiinoo ihat'(he,fAlbanian  ITMlIt i.S spil-ading    cl'ldl'y.     , Till"   '|I0*.V<|,,  Unit, tliuTinkihli f-ov.1111110111.-*i������ ma*-  sing troops (iintlic Servian frontier lias  C.IUseil gloat e.\citOIIH*lll    111    llolgr.ldo.  ���������''I'oshawui, Hutish India/'Felu 2C���������  ,   ���������. ' ' i  It, is ropoiled.'tli.it,-Llio  Ainooi's lioun-  "dai'v pillnfh mi tho Ai'ijli.iii-Tiii-kosKin  icmloi ha'\o   boon   closLioyoil"hy 'Kiis-  in'agency. "     s'  ..   St.   l'otoisburg,    Fob.'  -20���������A   Ion"  \*> VI j o  0/lioinUeIogiAiii, giving cU t.ills of the  attack  on   I'oi t , Ai thur* was' leoivoc!  fjonicnt between t he .1 n panose i--(iuuclivin  and llio liirn-iiiu]'M^nidrnn  mid   fortu,  whWi continued for throe  hours audi  ���������>* (,,"*   '    "     ii . '  'Itsul(oil in the ropulsoi of  thu Japiiu-  e*y*'   - * ,  f London,-.Feb.. it!. ��������� The .'lapnuoso  legation lod.iy rocoivod a mocsugo fioin  ,Tokio :o the ofl'oot t.hnt tIio mouth of  'this hinboi- nl, 1'l.jt Ailhur  is blocked.  Cook Stpyes, Ranges  "    "a.h'-d Heaters' ' ' ���������   '  ' ' .. ' > I!' t.  I     t*.  ���������St.. J'ctorsbni-1,', Foli. 2(1.���������A despatch  i   $      '   '   ' />  fiom I'oit Arlhur Mutt's tho .lap-iueso,  f  **    ' .������      ' VL        l  Hoot   hoiiiku-dod   ,1'iiit   AiilniV   this  ll'iis'.iftciiioiin.    It is le.iniod that tho  .it.tack developed into .1 general  eng.i-  I us heon updncd to lorcmn ti.ido  __z: *- ",'.    . - <,  nuiiiiing Hiiil-'siilueiiiioatlv withdio'w  without having diiiHriiiuolrd.iiii.igo.  ,- Seoul, Fob. 2(i���������Tho'Coieiiir'gc>vT  pninionf has decided 10 'o'nlor (he  O.11 oa 11 ti'()()])sJo join lho ,J:ipanose in  tlio Hold. Tho standing arniyin' Coi0.1  U.ihoui 17,(100J;,  r A \ fr_   .'  ,) Seoul, Feb. "it!.���������Tlio, port'of' Wiju  Stoves and   Ranges, for .Wood, or Coal in' Sizes ;', %, \  1   ,���������"*,      '���������     ,9."iO;iaifroin$i5.ooiip. ���������  ,;*���������," \, SKATES    ;  ���������\nxmv values in .Skaics'ancl^lai^c variety to choose fwm. |  "  '���������������'<    ,;HARNESS,v     '   I  ��������� '     >i " - e , .������ /���������-���������    cj  1,011111. IIiiiihm fiii-.l.umboriiig, F.u-iii mat Diuy Work.    Single lliu-iu-r, 'f>  ,      foi' lC*.proi.s .imltDriving Hr.i-,s0 lllnnkoH, \Vliipu, ere.   " W  White and Granite .Enamel/Vija^. Crockery and Class- fr  -      '-     ware. , Full stock,of" Groceries atv-   '���������  .."   "    tr'  - Headquarters "for' Groceries   ,  '    r-       '    "'    -   *        ''      "'   'I    "   '. ' .    ' ,('.', d,       .'  ' Stoves,Hardware,'Harness,' etc.i  ���������     1    y '        '      ,. ���������     4*   ,    .  ���������    .    V      >       ���������    , w  1 White--asd Oolorejcl Lawn Blouses-:,  Copset'-Coveps; Skirts ' ^ "  ���������ppaweps-and; 'Night- Gowns.':::.;,:.;  Light- M;MPpM:/ ' "��������� .".^ ,  Table- LMejilndNapkins -  '- Sheetings and. Bedspreads ' . y  ' Laee and Fortes Curtains ]   - ���������" ^  r  I '  I . '  I'lic^c ,:uo iill\iiOM  and  bought in tho host  111:11 kot.  e  I ^    '  I'i ice- right.  rMsCllltS '*  Perfection in the manufacture of hiyh-cktss   '"  cake and  biscuits has been  reached by   J-*  Huntley-  and' Palmer,    manufacturers   of  .biscuits and delicacies by special-warrant to    <'  T ' King  Edward VII and the Royal   Family.'-    -  No   Finer   Confectionery  For luncheon or afternoon teas. We have  them in all the newer makes: Maitre de  hotel, President Wafers, Dinner, Navarre,  Coronation, Philippine, Ratafias, .Albert,  1 Cambridge Wafers, Shortbread, De Jeuner,  .    t   Osborne,  Monarch. Arctic Wafers.  New Delicacies  Waldorf Chop Pickles, Walnut Catsup, Heintz India  Relsh, Queen Olives, Durkees' Salad Dressing, S. W.  Asparagus,  French  Peas, Canned Sugar Beets.  Crosse k Blaekwell's Jams and Jellies  Long's  California  Preserves  .Tirn xi:\v c,i'. n OFricia ln londun  .Tins handsome iicw building, which was opened on .r.ituuiy 7, is to be  the IJiiicipi'.ni ti.ifhc licjacUiLi.iiteis of tyhc C.iiiuli.in Pacific. Tt occupies .1  cential situation in Tiai'ulgar' *5.|ii.u'*, nnd f-om tho top llooi is to he had .1  fine bud's-eyc mom of ihe lio.u t of London. A portion of tho mtei 101 finishing is in p.uiiu \ioncl fiom C.in.irlii. . ������' '  rC09  LI,MITED.  Millinery and Dressmaking Departments on Second Floor  LATEST  telegrams;  _     i.    ��������� *  The Wheat Market Scene of Wild  Excitement���������Sensational  Arrest.  Chicago, Feb. -20���������A dio]i cm" mei  two cents a biishol on wheat puces  caused wild ovcitoniont on the board  of trade today. Wheat for May delivery which sold last night at $1 07 .]  .1 bushel .-old today nt .fl On and the  July option was den*. 11 21. ������ellmg nt  !)(> cents. Jt was n typical w.u lime  market  Boston. Feb. 20���������Wallace II. Ham,  iii.inagei of the Hoston binnch of the  Aiiieiican Srnoty company of Now  York, tioiisinci of St. Lukes Homo foi  convalescents, Ko.\lnii-y. and until 10-  contly tio.isuior of St. TauK 'Kpisco-  pal paiish heio was today nnostod.  charged with laicony of !j;l04.(l()0 fiom  tho sincty comjiiiny.  y Montionl, Feb il���������The C I', li.  prupo-sos. it is nuclei stood, to put on a  double daily trntl'ic Venice betweoii  Montieal and the coast dining tho  coming season.* Two trains-will be run  on imperial limited time, both making  equal nipid timo.  Toronto, Feb. 27���������In  a  division  in  the legislature on the budget Ma.-t  night lho no1.01 anient had a inajoiity  ol tineo.  Loudon Fob 27���������Tho 1-yo-oleetioii  in south liiiniinglum icsuheil' Loid  Minpholh,, unionist ~)'2'.l.). llollowell.  liberal, 222.'l. - c  T. McMahon fniincili C. I'. IL foie-,  man at Itogeis Pass, unci who left with  hi*, wrie l.isi week foi Montieal died  theie \cslciday. Deceased loit two  little childien in lieu'lstoko and groat  iNinpathy is felt for thclainili in theii  bcieavenient.  COUGH BEMEiJIES  AT BEWS  BABY'S OWN COUGH SYRUP  An excellent cure for baby's cough.  LINSEED LICORICE&GHLORODYNE  For older clnldion and adult's.  SENECA  . \-.  The- e\oi-iehah]o  leinedy, leliovos  hoarseness at. once.  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.  Drugg-lst and Stationer,  Mini orders [irom|jtiy dllrc'. Noxt Hume's.  Dispensing n Specialtj f  3  Diy Goods Jleicli.mt*-, IteweUtoke, 13. C.  - ��������� 1 1 c  We have just received a consignment of Boots O  and Shoes, Hats 'and Caps,,-Hosiery the latest Sg  styles. t ' * '     '  GIVE US A CALL  Our  customers   will   do   well   to   note   that   with  every bar of laundry soap  ci .        1  We Give Awav a Towel  Our line of Groceries cannot be beaten in   British  Columbia."    .Our   Crockery   stock   is   complete   in  .all lines. - ��������� ' '-'  MACDONALD & JONTEIIH  1   *  1, i.,..  i i  'i ' i<  -fSw8'!^**'iBH^4^ ���������HH' I Standard. .  -Carlyle, .,4lvJwl^J.������,<_^_^M^iUA]rfj I otlicr way.���������Cbicago News,  / THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  the war.  , The  Struggle' Still Favors Japan  ���������Diplomats at Work.  , St..-Petersburg,  Yah. 20.���������After citing the events immediately preceding  , the rupture with  .Iiipiin,  tho  Ollicial  Messenger .concludes   by saying --that  ''    although the breaking otV of diplomatic relations by no moans implied the  opening of   hostilities,  the  Japanese  government, as curly as  the  night of  'Feb. 8th. and' during  JFob.  Dili,  arrcl  10th. committed a whole -Series of  io-  " volting attack's on   KuHsian   warships  and meichantnicn, iittonded   by violations of international law.  -t'l'ho decree of tho Emperor of .Inpun  declining war was not' issued until  l'cbnmry 11th'.  '  A. despatch from Port Artluir today  says tho lirst land encounter occurred  yesterday. A picket ol Cossacks  attacked a smtill detachment , of  Japanese troops on Korean territory.  The Cossacks captured some Japanese  , prisonois-'on 'whom they found maps  and papers. Thc collision was presumably between'���������- rcconnoiteriiig  ji.irties. A general engagement is not  anticipated immediately. ���������������  ' * i A i-pccial Port Arthur despatch says  the Japanese (loot was observed Feb.  38 cruising oil' Unit pent.,   -  l-iciKills  fiom   northern   Korea   say  the ICoroiins  are .showing a decidedly  fiiencllv attitude to the Russians.  The Jlanchurian railway i.s" convoy-  \ ing 'troops   without  any  dilliculty   to  the various points, of concentration.  Chinese pirates, since the outbreak  of hostililics,'dre said to have almost  paralysed the coasting trade in eastern  'Asiatic waters. r In leforence to scns.1-  tronal stoiios of a clisnstor to Kussian  troops at Lake Haikal'station, it is ox-  iilainocl that the trans-Baikal line was  - i  Mocked at Jlaiknl station on tho night  <>f Feb   18; hy  an   avalanche  of'snow  ���������'���������������������������"li fell  from  n ntiighboiing inoun-  v���������, ; '������*   ivoopn  nil)   into'  tain.  ��������� A  train ' wu.. ,        . - mi,.,)  the avalanche. One soldier was Ki... r  five otliers severely injured and four;  teen slightly hurt.'    ,  Vcw York, Feb. 20.���������A despatch, to  'the Herald from lieilin says the  "French government lias confidentially  given warning U-fthe Spanish cabinet  of the secret plans of British government to seize pait of Spanish territory  in case.oi war. , Spain is consequently  sending tioops to thc Canary Islands,  Ccuta, Giilacia and the neighboihood  of the stiaits of Gibraltar. -   ~  St.   Petersburg,    Feb.   21^��������� Gen.  Jvuropi'tkin   has  been   relieved of his  functions as minister' of war,   and  appointed ' commander-in-chief    oi   the  Itussian nimies in the  far  cast.      lie  ���������will  be  accompanied   to the front I y  1 Grand    Dukes   Alexis,   Nicholas and  i "Michael.  ��������� The "Emperor and   Empiess  gave a  luncheon today   to  Gen    Iviuopatkin  1   and the Giand Dukes and bade  them  fai c well.  Tokio, Feb. 21 ���������The national war  loan has uheady been, twice subscribed  for.  Palis. Feb. 20���������The St. Petersburg  correspondent of the Echo Dc Paii*  says theie lias been appointed a  committee of seven militaiy and naval  officers to censor all telegrams from  the seat of war with the object ofvpre-  venting information" useful to the  Japanese fiom getting out.  St. Pcteisbuig, Feb. 20.���������The report  that Count Cassini, Russian ambassador at Washington, is to be recalled, is absolutely unwarranted.!  His services are highly esteemed and  nt the ioieign other* it was s.nd  reca'l wa** not contemplated  St. Pcti'i-burg, Fell 20���������Ad-spa toll'  .  fiom I fa i bin dated Feb.   2'*,   ������.ij-i   the]  troops may now inyait-possibly two or  three' months, before undertaking  aggressive operations in Manchuria  owing to Kussia's un preparedness.  Baron Ifayashi , discredits the  report that 2500 Russian's have been  killed in nn" outpost engagement at  Yalu River. He says there ia no  Japanese force in that vicinity capable  of indicting such loss. The only  naval engagement he expects in the  near future is a possible attack on the  Japanese licet by the powerful Russian  torpedo llotilla nt Port Arthur, and  hitherto 'unused.' lie credits the  lUissians with having barely 100,000  troops in Manchuria. '  St. Petersburg, Feb. 22. ��������� Carnival  week closed on Saturday night and  yesterday all classes of the populace,  from highest to lowest began the observance of lent with'even more than  customary vigor "doing penance, and  praying for success'of Russian arnrs.  "Now York, Feb. 22.���������Tlio Chinese  minister ut Herlin, according to 'ii  World'despatch, bus proclaimed lhat  China's neutrality is1 only temporary,  that ne 'one, even "the nstuteat diplomats, can tell what 'change a day may  bring forth in Chinas'-altitude. - ,  ,Thc~mihistbr~Tays~it"slioitld never  b'e forgotten that the war will be  fought'in Manchuria on Chinese territory'and that the'Chiiiese government  may be expected any day to decide  that its continued neutrality is nci-  thenpossible nor desirable.  New ..York," Feb.', 22.���������A. despatch  from London says Great Britain and  France are taking concerted action to  regulate the Balkan situation, seeking,to restrain Turkey'and the- war  party in Bulgaria.  Yin Kow, Feb. 22.���������Viceroy Alcxieff  and his full staff have arrived at, Harbin where headquarters have been  established.       - a       ,        ,  "London,' Feb. 22.���������The Xngasaki  correspondent,of the Daily Telegraph  reports that the Japanese squadron  has captured l four Russian torpedo  boats at Port'Arthur.' *  London, Leb. 22���������According to ad-  viccs received by . the London  Times  r   '      '- "Hombarking a  great' army  Japnn io  1.-.    i  in Corea. Chemulpo K ,& present u,t  base but it is expected the base Will  shortly Ve advanced to Chenamplio..,  Everything indicates the Japanese  contemplate immediate dash for a  strategic position in northern Corea.iv  London, Feb. 23.���������A NagafcakUles-  patch   dated   Februaiv 22nd,   repot Is  " t  (he Japanese sciiiudion captured four  Uussi.tn toipedo boats at Port Artluir.  and tiaiisfciiccl tliOClows. The despatch  seems to con firm _ i epoi ts of another  ."ittack on Port Arthur..  Herlin, Feb. 23.���������A Tokio despatch  say-? a irosh engagement rook place at  Port Arthur Thursday l.ibt. NcT details aro vet leccrvod  Tokio, Feb. 2:).���������The Mikado today  recoiled the Iiritrgh ollicer.- who navigated the cituser.- purchased by Japan  from Genoa. He confoircd on tIiom  the order of ihe "Rising Sun" and  presented gifts.  St Petoisbuig. Feb., 2:1.���������The Russians 'state the wai will end next fall,  with the defeat of Japan, when Russia  succeeds- in concentrating  her troop-.  Paris. Feb. 2:5.���������A treaty of arbitration lietncf-n Franco and tlie United  Stall- will li" .-i'jrn--d -ii.utly.  St. Petersburg. Feb. 2:-"..���������Tlie appointment oi Vice Admiral MakaroiV  a-   i-iinimandi'r   of   the-   Ru���������ian   fai  c.i~tc-in rle-i i- announced.  Ho   will  St. Petersburg, Feb. 24.���������It is officially announced from Port Arthur  that four Japanese battleships and  two , Japanese ��������� transports have .been  sunk in a fresh attack on PortArthur.  The nttack was repulsed.-     ���������  Chefoo,, Feb. ,24���������Heavy firing is  reported, to have been heard by passing steamers this morning.' There is  a persistent rumour that several Japanese warships have been disabled  but so far" it is unconfirmed. 'Thirteen Japanese warships are said'-to  .have passed Wei Hni Wei today heading east.. There were sixteen ships in  tiie original fleet which is said to be  that of Admiral Togo. ,  Washington, ' Feb. 24.���������The Japanese legation here discredits the report  of the sinking -of, four Jiipane.se- warships and two utraiiHports at Port  Arthur. It is pointed out that both  of the reports, emanate   from Russian  sources and  should   he accepted with'  . 'i -  caution". ,      ,       ,.,     , i  ,   The- Rotvi/ii   ii   understood... to bo  unlit for battle for   mouths while the  piesencc of, transports to Port Arthur  cannot he explained,  i '  ~ t r  Suakiiu, Egypt, Fob. 24.���������The' captain of the British steamer Luristoii  reports that he, was stopped and examined by three-Russian torpedo boats  in the ���������Rod Sea, and informed that  three British .steamers laden with coal  for- Japan had been captured by them.  London, Feb. 24.���������A despatch from  Kobe, Japan, says the British Commercial Agent at Vladivostock has  arrived at Nagasaki and reports that  the commander of the Russian garrison nt Vladivostock had ordered all  British subjects,to leave that port.  Washington,    Feb.   24. ��������� Secy.~ ' of  State  Hay   has' been   informed" that  * i        -* >  Japan- has 'negotiated  a   treaty  with  Korea whereby she guarantees the integrity of Korea: This i is regarded  here as one of the cleverest of' the  many startling diplomatic moves that  have been made in connection with  the whole eastern question. ,  Rome, Feb. 24.���������The' situation in  the'Dalkims is considered hereto have  improved today from'the fact among  other things that Turkey has" ordered  sGVcjii torpedo -bout destroyers from  Italian shipbuilders. ,It is - believed  she would not do this if she thought  serious trouble in the Balkan's was  imminent. - ,   ".,  ,- ,-  St. Petersburg. Feb. 24.���������A telegram'"  from Viceroy Alexieft" to tin* czar-'says  at, a quarter past tluee oh the-" morning of Februiiiy 28, numerous J.'ipanose  torpedo boats and six .large isU-itincr.s,  loaded with'inflammables,, attempted  to attack the battleship Rctvi/ain.  ' Tho Rctvi-Ain was thc rir-st to ob-  seive the torpedo boats .and opened  a strong lire on tliom. She was supported by the land butteries, She  destroyed two stcameis near the entrance of the harbor. They were  coming directly towaid her. One of  them went on the locks and the other  s.ink ( ,  The lietvi/an observed four steamers  in a sinking condition and eight  toipedo'boats dcpaiting slowly to ic-  juin the waiting Japanese warships.  A portion of the ciews of thc Japanese  \e-i-cls were drow nod. The grounded  steamer in still buininu. <-  The enemy is ob*eivcd in the ofl'ing  of Port Artluir 'in two hno= The  entrance of the harbor is open. We  had no losses.  Washington, Feb. 2-L���������Sccictary  of  a  That   Mr. This or Mr.  That  sends-East for his  f '   i - i .  '  .  clothing", his dry goods or his groceries/' and at the'  same time send East  for  your requirements in.the "���������*��������� '���������  'Printer*f Trade  <  ' y   i ��������� - '  ���������,  ', Working , Printers  are   paid'good wagesand their  trade forms a considerable item in  the  commercial  'world of the city. '���������     ,  .       -r. ' .  Shop   Keepers!  be  loyal������to'your  city in   small  ,,   matters���������get-  your  printing  done" in , Reveistoke.  Remember that because an Eastern traveler selling  ' dty, -goods -or ' grac.cries,   carrying1 .a "side line" of  >X . office supplies,   the   product   of ��������� cheap labor, and  X    therefore offers  to/cut, prices,   it is not always the ''   *  best business policy "to-let'such printing orders'pass'  youi'"own   fellow  townsmen.'".   .Don't- -neglect , the ' f '���������/'  chance of aiding in,the" building up'of the city.    '  ' /      ������>  '   V    REMEMBER,   -ALSO/  that\strictly'' first-class  work, and promptness and thorough,,satisfaction to  , - " " all patrons  are''the, salient .features  of the 'work  done in The       , ��������� '      '  '' ��������� ,  JQo of en &y Mail  .   , . , ! State   Hay   has  been   intormed   that  control the entiH-n.n.il   moM-nif-nr in - , .  [Japan   has  negotiated  a   treaty with,  fCoic-.i, wncreby ������he gti.iiantees the in-  ni-  l.ir eastern waror-.  Si.   I'ofistiiu-   Fi.!..   23.���������FniciL'iii , , ,   .  , r   n  ., , ...   i .1 i    i dependence  and   integnty  of   Corea  .Mm i-f. l    I .liu-di.itt    ha-i   aclih. ���������l'I a ! , .  t  n.ite   to   the    power-   chaining      rlic-i  i Japan-, sc c.ibinit of  opi-;i  ,iill   cii-t. m.iij     Im*.   go\i-riiiu(;   tia  mutual I'-lation-   d   cimIi/.oi!   iiiui-iu-'  'nv u- c-oui-i- u, C'orc.i.  lailroad is in working   Old-   and   thej   ���������-,j,1|i||   ,-lU.o;>_v    d.-p.l.'h    fi'oni  tne  % ii.l.iUon of  .1  J.ip.mc-su who attempted to blow  the biid'-'e nn-i- tin1 Sumrari nw i- li.iv.  been hanged. Bind- of bandit- wii ���������  have 1 >.( ii ol.-! i.ii iiuili r l.ip.i-  ni-i- l< .k'i i-nip .'H l.i'iui*: [iiii-ii.i!  Alii.i.-i ill tin- civilian nib,i!*it,nits  oi Hu inn i, is<   I-l-   n d 11.<   ii main.!. .  (jl  thi    !     I 111 11 n ill  I- iplii I  '|. V ".  I. i. iiii ��������� I b .    , ni il-..! Un  M.ui -.   i   '    li i "I I'i-iI  >��������� 'I   M -I'   dav .'i  ll'  Wi   -1  .11  md    \'!' in1'  .   '11,,  .    c l  .- . i  1 i ���������.- V  .ll  I n ��������� .   i n'l   .  1 ll. 1  I  .on  ... 11:,  ,1  tlii-.i'.h    I  III      -111  .- I  -.In.  Cntllill  1 'II II II I'll --'  a   tin  i1.'  a. '  joiln -I  111  ll III 1 III 1. l'  ���������  New    Voil,    I'd'   22 ���������\    dr-niic-h  /loin N'c .i Cliwanv -Mis -f   is   ii por toil  P . Tokio -.r.s ,i iii-sh i m."i^i-:ii. m t-iok  p! ic-i-at Pii't \stli'!i on -.itiiid i.v I.i-t  li.it uo detail-. h,i\i* I" ."I ,iiMi..iiii'-i'd  i.   'the U'vw i una nt  -(     P. ti isbni i.'    F>-  tiifir.ii v autli'ii ni    ,. I  be t.lk. I' i'itll-|.lll\    I ���������  !|i l"    ill    t'.i     ll ol ��������� s' 1 .    .  -,iy-   the w ir w ill   i ui|  -i-jiti li I." I  III th-     i nmt 1- '���������  t le- Japar.i -i  When tl><- IT - j ��������� i  i*.   i  r. ���������  oent.ati i!    md   ii ,nts  'I*. .  bv i'n\-. g th'   1 ip in*  ������������������ i  t  - ll v s till- .nil Inn \l\  Ine   c ou\ tc tlMi) i-gi'.w.ng   mi'  in return Korea gi\e? Japan extensive  military rights and it is presumed  that. Japan is given the right to fortify  t'orea a-id assume control of all its defer).">o*(  London. Feb. 21���������The; Ui ilish naval  estimate- - 'iboiitfi d to tin- commons  t in la*, call Im i'i ��������� M ��������� nd it me of $IHI>  11;"> uon.  It*, t l������i n. il nn  l',.yi* l*������c r. '  Synopsis of Regulations for Diflposaljof  Minerals on Dominion Lands in Mani-  1 toba. tho Northwest Territories and  the Yukon Territory.  :: ���������a   h-  t. r:,..-i c  i i   hi.  ���������i   '. i  r(.  \ 'i^n-*  l"       Owl.*  ."I   laii-l,  tin*    -' i  Coat ���������Coal lands may be purchased at  110 per ncie for soft coal and ?20 loi anthracite. Not more than 320 acres can  be accimiod by one, individual or com-  panv. Royalty at the late of ten cents  per ton ot 2,000 pounds shall be collected  -on the gross output  Quartz. -Persons ot eighteen years and  over and joint stock companies holding  tree miner's certificates may obtain entiy  for a mining location  A free miner's certificate is granted for  one or moie yeais, not exceeding live, upon payment,,in advance of $7 50 per annum for an individual, and fiom S'i0 to  $100 per annum foi a company, accoidlng  to capital.  A nee miner having dfscoveied mineial  In place, may locate a claim 1500x1300 loot  b> marking out the same with two legal  posts, beating location notices, one at  each end on tiie line of Uie lode oi  vein.  ,Tho claim shall be recoided -within lit-  teen days it located within ten miles of a,  mining iccoulei's ollice, one additional  clay allowed toi e\oiy additional ten  miles or fi action. The fee foi iccoiding  a claim is ?5  At least ������100 must bo expended on the  claim each yeai or paid to tlie mining ic-  coidei in lieu theieof. When $300 lias been  expended or paid, the locator may, upon  having a survey made, and upon complying with other requlicment-3, puichase  the land at $1 00 an acie.  1 Peimlsslon may he gianted by lho Minister of the Inloiioi- Lo locate claims  containing lion and mica, also copper, in  the Yukon Tenlloiy, ol an aiea not exceeding 1C0  acios.  Tho patent foi a mining location shall  piovide tor Llio payment ol loyalty on the  sales not exceeding live pei  tent.  Placer Mining, Manitoba and the N AV.  T, excepting the b'ukoii Ton i tiny ���������  1'l.icer mining claims generally aie 100  foot sciiuiic, entiy foe, *���������">,- renewable  jf.-nly. On lho Is'oilli Saskatchewan  River claims fni cither b.u or bench, tho  foiir.er being 100 loot long and extending  between high nnd low water mm It 'J'he  litter Includes liar diggings, but extends  li-ic-k lo the base of the lllll or bank, but  not exceeding 1 (-01 feet Wheie steam  power Is used, claims "W0 feet wide may  be  olidilned  nrnlKiiig  In   the   livers  of   Mnnliuha  r,       i     n    ���������    i n re   I      ���������'",<l ,!ic' -s* ^v   r > ofi-i'ti'iK l'ie vuiton  kaafl       POfQinOCt      tnil     \Q   O    T'*mII'h-v ��������� A fiee* mlnniv.m.nv obtain onlv  D^t/ll       rULdlUUO      1U1       OUIU    ttt-i. Has, s of (Iv.   miles eneli  H.r a  teim  'I  OllK I.I I  ( IICll  'hat i  n  ||,ti   i i  ),i p.ine-t  the l:n���������mi and Ji'P-' ������������������ oiifpc-ts '"i   fU'iii.iI- the J manco ll, -t ivas -"icr- li  Yalu n\(i ha'.e been riii:.ig"l and tiii  Jlii--iun- 'iiilcncl a lo-" of about i.'iOl)  men.    Xo details aie* olitaiiuible.  Loiulon. Feb. 'i'l.��������� I..iiest adviceri of  J3.ilon ll.iyashi. Jnp.inc-.o min'ntrr  here, lead nun to believe the Jupancsc  cr pplcd .".tv Poll Ai thin ni ibe in  gagcmcnl which be'.'in 1 cb 1* Th'-  no:i-,ippeiranec ol tbe .1 ipan1'-" ll (-t  since th.-ifc i ngagi nn nt sugg, [, 11��������� *--  fact lhat il has cone into some .lap ini se  p * it   foi   k pan i.  c.f twcnlv >eai-, ifnnwable In ibe (INci  i tlmi   ef   the   Mlnl-iler (if   Ihe   Inteilm  The Ic-qsO'-'h llgllt 1*1 e.illl'liefl In the Mlli-  n.i'igeil liecls ,ii li.ns of tin i iv" i below  I low v nter rn i-k. nnd subjeel in the lights  ! ui all p. i sons'w liu litivi*. oi who iinj n-  idive c-nliles fm bin iIIkkIiiks oi b, ik'Ii  ; rl.ilii������. /s e;,( oii the Hsf-kali-liewiiii  i Mir,-, v-hii. the le-iuee maj cliedge to  ' lilcb w.iUi matk cm each iiltcinate lia-e-  , liold.  The |,-^hi*i   shiill have a died tec In oppr-  nilon wltliln 'me Me.iiiin fl om  the dale of  III"  I'.isi-   f..i   /iic-li  live miles   but when.-  .i  jki--i.;i  or i ..fi)|i,iny J in s oblaJned  more  i Hi,in  (.-.'���������  l.-.e i   '!.,- ilii-dirc   foi   each  lif-  tii'ii     tnlle'i    oi     rr.'icJ,loii    Is    sulIldoiTt  I  li'-nttil. %l'i P'-i   iinmiiii  feu   eat li  mile  "i  RUCHE!    C'1   C^fl   QAP!*' 1flfl I RQ <H0 ' >^<-r ���������������.���������������-��������� *������������������     novnlly at lhe rate of two  DUOrlLL, v������> I. Ov, OtWjh  IUU LOO a>������ ; an,] a h.iir j.t cent inll.-etecl ou the out-  , (.ill  ,-iftc r 11  > \(.r,|.( $10,000.  j     Iii' .Iciii!,'  in   Hi.*   Viiknn   Tf-rrlloi v��������� Six  I le.-iHCM of II-.<j nilloi each may  be granted  ! lo a   ft.-'   mint r for a teim   of  twenty  .   a, i iv ..y. -.Hi' tn - ..f -i i 'I potato!  io iv It  !  id i .-i un I In* nndi I -ignc (I  Early Harvest  G-ero of Aroostook  Pat's  Choice  Carcictu s No 1 & 3  O-i.:  i> ii.-1 -. i.ii"  ,1 -.,������������������! fr .n  s..^ l ii,-Ir 1.  I. AA  li li. I.  i r.j.ci .  I I   .11.1.1. lllll ,|  If en. r  I,'iii'Ioii  .' i1/ .'in  be.ilxed by its position on tho"lst day ot  August'In the year of the date of the  'lease. "    -    - ' * ' ' " ".  1 The'lessee, shall have one dredge in operation wltliln two years fiom lho date  of the lease, and one dredge tor eacli  live miles, within six years from such  date. Kental,, SfluO por mile for the lirst  year, , and $10' per mile-for each subse-  ���������.*ent year. Royalty, same as placer mining-.     ' "^      ,       ,      .   -.. .       :' ''   ~  ridCSr Mining .iii the ITukon Territory..  '���������Creek, liver ,gulch and hill claims shall  not1 exceed 250 teet in length, measured  on ithe base lino or general dliectlon of.  the cieek or gulch, the width being fiom  1,000 to 2,000 leet. All other .placer claims  shall be 200 feet sciuaie.  ' Claims aio marked by two legal posts,  one at each end, beating notices. Kntry  must be obtained within ten dajs, if Uie  claim Is within ten miles of mining ie-  coiders ollice. One extra day allowed  tor each additional ten miles or fraction.  Tlio person or company staking a claim  must hold a fiee minei s ceitilicate. ,   ,  The disco vei cr of a new mine Is entitled  to a claim ol 1,000 teet in length, and if  the patty consists of two, 1,500 leel aito-  gethei, on the output of which no loyalty  shall be chatged, thc test of the party  otdlnaiy claims only.  lintty fee, S10. Kojalty at the iate of  two and one-half per cent 'on the value  OL the gold shipped Horn the Yukon Ter-  iitoty lo be paid to tho Compttoller.  No iieo miner shall teccive a giant of  mote than one mining claim1 on each sep-  eiale nvei, cieek or gulch, but tho same  minor may hold any number ol claims  by puichase, and tree uuiieis may woik  theii claims in pai Inorship by llling  notice and paying lee ot $A A claim may  be abandoned, and another obtained on  the same cieek, gulch or nvoi, by giving  nonce  and pajing a  tee.  Woik must bo done on a claim each  year to the value ot at least Saw  A ceitilicate that woik has been done  musL be obtained .each, j eat; if not, the  claim shall be deemed to be abandoned,  and open to ..occupatftm and entiy by a  tiec miner. '  The boundaiies of a cialin may bo donned absolutely by haviny; a survey  made and publishing notices in the Yukon  Ollicial Gazette  lijdiaulic Mining, Yukon Tcrtitoiv.���������  Locations suitable lor hydiauhc mining,  having a liontage ol Horn one to live  miles, and a depth of one mile or mote,  may be leased tor twentj ycats, pio\ided  tlie giound has been piospected by the-  applicant or his agent, Is lound to be unsuitable lor placet milling, and does not  Include within Its boundaiies any mining  claims alic-ady gianted. A iont.il of 5150  tor each mile ot Homage, and loyalty at  the i ale ot two and onu-half per cent on  the value uf the gold shipped Iiom tho  Tenlloiy ate chatged. Opeiatlons must  bo commenced within one je.ir Horn the  date of the lease, and not less ilian >3,000  must be 'expended annually. The lease  u.\cluiles all base metals, iiu.irtz and coal,  and piovlcles for the wltlidiiiw.il ol unop-  eiated land lor agilcultuial or building  inn poses. ,  lJetioleum.���������All unappiopriatod Dominion Uiiuls In Manitoba, the Noi th-vve.st  Teiilloncs and within tlie Yukon 'IV-nl-  loij aie t-i|'en to prospecting loi pell oleum, and the minister may tesoive for  nn lntllvlclu.il in- company having ma-  clilnciv on tlie land to be tiri.snectod,  an aiea ot 010 sicies Should the prospector dli-cover oil In p.iyint. illumines,  and satlslactoilly establish such dlscov-  eiy, an aiea. iiol cccooiling 010 ncics, Including the oil well and such other land  as mav bo clcic-i mined, will bo sold io  the dlscoveici at the lato of 5100 nn  at-io, .subject to loyalty nl such iate as  in.iv  be .sperMlcd  by  uidPi--in-euuiii.il.  Ij'epai tment 01 the Jntetlor, Ottawa,  Sept., VMS  JAMES A. SMART  Deputy of tho Minister of thc inteiior.  X WRAPPING. PAPER. AND  "'''-��������� PAPEhVBAGS.  i* ^_. .  (���������>  ' The Kootenay Mail has becrr."  IVppointcd   agent, for  one   of  the' largest* Canadian  Paper  Mills.   ';    '  Wrapping papers in   roITs or* <  flat,   and  paper  bags   of all  weights and.sizes supplied to  Older printed or unpiintcd. ���������  Kootenay Mail', Reveistoke.  \\  - pi  NOTICE.  ���������VTOTICE  is hereby given' Mint thirty dajsf-  J_N   -after date I intend to apply to the Chief <  Coiniuissioiiei of Lands aud1 Woi Its fora spcciaE  license to cut and c.in-j away timber fiom the-"  follow ing described lands, vi/ :  Starting lit a  -post   marked  "John   Vicars'"  norlli-east corner post," sdmitcd  nn  Cotiiinliicc-  river, west siclo, opposito Hurtim  City runiiiiigr"  Ihenco II) chains vvosl, tlicucu south UK) chains*.  on lo hank of river, thence  following the baidc  oi liver iirsl in an casleily clnection, thence im  a nortlicilj direction  to  point   of   commence- -  mciil.       ' * JOHN VICARS.  Nakusp. H C., DeeomlierSI. 190.).  I ,it  I ,1  h  w.lli '������������������ \<t>     1\lll h������rl, ll.  f,,]/li*rli) -tiiii'-n  [mil  to  l(< v. l-iol,.' ,i.  ������...||,M W/l-.l'llC I   (iirilll'.    S|  [,|,|y  1,,,,,1,/t  Tir^l r on.i, Iir I    i i.,,1  W. ELSON, Enderby,B.O-  y,"u -,   ,il--o ieni*v,:il,i(.  Tiie   1, ,������(e'M   light   It   confined   to   (he  Hiibmei.r'el  bed  oi   b.ua In   the  'Ivi   be-  The ."Master .Miclianii-s Pino Tar Soap heals  (mil -iifleiis the skin, while piomptl.vcleansing  il of gica-iu, oil, iiist, c-to. liiv.iluablo for me-  cliniiic-s. f.unieis, spoi-tsmen. I im siiniicon  ietei|iti)f 2e for poskigc.   Albeit 'Joilct Soap  low   low  water  mink,   that  bouiiciaiy   to    Lo., niaiiiifiictiiic'is Moiiticul,  ,      . NOTICE.  "VTOTICE is hereby given Ih.itthiriv dajsaftcr <  AlS    dale  I  intend!!! iipplv to the I lnef Cotii-  iiiissioner   of  Lands and Works   Tor a speciaE  licciis,* lo cut and c.nij nw.i)   tinbui   Irom tho-  Inllcin ing described lai.ds, vi/:  Stnrliiig.il a post marked  ���������'.Caroline) M. Sy-  nioiis-south-east   coini'i   post,'^,i)l,inlcd  at tlicr *  nortli-i'.ist coiner of liu) "Iv. and  S '' Railway  block Xo. I Ml situated on Ihu we-t hank of tlio  Uppoi  .Vriovv   LuliU. iiiniiing neiilli J till rluiuis, >  tlienci) we-i III chains, thence si.nth Kit) chains,    ���������  Uicnce east   III chains to poinl  oT cciiniiiouco-  mc-iil.]  CAUOLI.NT, M. SVJIONS.  Airovvlic.id. B. C*. J.iuii.iiy 11, IHOI,  y;  i i 41/  5>  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  -is  \l  ESTABLISHED  189'4.  Subscription, $2.00 Per Year:  Published Weekly on Saturday .by_.-  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Co., lid.  THE WELL  BRED WOMAN.  She   In 'Marked   by  the   Poiiture   She  ( Amnnin   When   SIMingr.  Nothing points out the well bred'woman more  quickly than  the position  she takes' when she sits' down.   ,The  stamp of vulgarity is marked upon the  woman who sits with her knees spread  far apart, lack of refinement is shown  by knees crossed offensively, lack of  ease by stilt and constrained position  of the shoulders, a general carelessness  and indifference by the very .common  fault of'"sitting in  the shoulders"���������  that'is, of'doubling the spine sb"tl)at  the upper part rattier thnn the lower  part of it rests against tho-bnek of the,  chair, says the Now York Herald.        \  t   Tlio body should be.placed well back'  upon1 the seat,'chair, sofa or whatever  it may bo.   Tlio feet should rest on the  floor, one somewhat In'froiit of the oth-1  or, been use It is easier to rise from that'.  position.   The head must bo kept well  up and the,chest poised slightly forward. !'"     ' , ', .<   .'     .  The lower part of tlio(splno may be  , pressed against the frame of the chair,'  but if one, after sitting awhile, should  '-.���������*oed to rest a little more the shoulders  may nfsi} toticii-.'tpoiHIio same .support. i\  , The'ha nils shotild'rcimiiii its tliey ncu-,  trally fall -from this position,-hanging  at the,side, or thoy may bo placed eas-  ��������� iiy over'the arms; or back of the chair  or ahowed lo lie'reposefully on tlie lap.  ~To "rise properly from a  correct sitting position  there should, be several  .preparatory movements.  "       ' '*   , '  ���������-   Tho'chost is first poised far forward,  and at the same timo the foot is drawn  back under the seat., The foot drawn  in should be the one opposite from tho*  direction to bo taken in starting up.  As you rise throw the weight firmly  ^irpon tl(o foot in the rear.   As'the body  conies  to  its  fiill ..height change "the  ���������weight to llie forwaul foot, so that'the  other foot merely touches the floor very  lightly ' Tins brings you to'a standing  position,  ready to walk  easily in the  direction you arc going..,'   i  i-, Ugl}\ sitting 'position* and, awkward  .movements in rising-will disappear'if  /these principle's arc followed.  u ���������      ....'-^ :    '*     '  *    Combined Desk and Iluokeusc.  If you have-books and a desk and  ,no bookcase, it is an oasj matter,to  evolve the'latter ,. Make two ,upiight  rows of bookshelves far enough apart  to allow tho desk tp0be'placed between  them. - Shut off, tlio lower part of the  ������to*to������o������io>?o'r?o>{������{ono*to������'oinoiljo,ii  RUSTY PETE'S  By CURRAN R.. GREENLEY .  -      .        . i j.       ,  Copiirlght, WO!, bu McClm c'������ A'cu-speipci  i     Syndicate < - -i - ,.       '  tfouoa������ofco*o}������o������<������!cos-ios������os<"ros-|oa-:oli  *' i -       ' . i  'Through the long hot summer "Mi-'  gird's tepee had stood'"in , the'little  grove of stunted "mesquite a lew hundred yards from the gate of the corral.  It had'been a long drought, and tho  cattle grew thin on the brown' wisps  that should have been tender grass.  John faced the situation.,as' best he  ��������� could, but he growled and gnnnblod '  through'the scoiching days and tossed  in restless sV'-c-p through the' sultry, r  endless "''nights. Busty Pete 'swore  Ibudei* rind, drank deeper, while Miguel  prayed to his ."Lady of Guadalotipe" to,  send the cooling)rains, making sundry  promises, the while that'were wiit in  water,   '        <  ,    "'._' ' "���������  '. Bright Ryes/ lazy- and  slilftloss ns  ever, lounged-in the open door'of Hhe  'tepee,, while the papoose,, now- past -  tlio swaddling blanket, tunibled-arouud,  her feet like an overgrown kitten.    ,   "  .   Down  in'the corral  there was, the  rattle, of r the dice.   .John  made 'it a '  point .never to interfere with the "mon  ,so long ,as -tlieir 'games^'werc orderly,  and there 'were many" idle hands  on .  the Aloho just then. .   -,      _ '  Pete lounged in a corner of the men's  quarters' by himself.' 'Tho battered old  Dealers in  Printing and Wrapping Papers  and Paper Bags   .  Loose Leaf Account and Duplicate  Counter Check,Systems _    .   '  Agents for Tengwell and Opalla  Patented Loose Leaf Files,  Ledgers and -Billing Systems  even nearer. , / .  '    The smoke grew stifling. * The whole  world was ablaze. Ions lingers of lire  that crept out and pointed the way for  , the   vanguard   to   follow,   closer 'and  closer,   until  the  mm nun-  prew  to  a  "savage roar, and the poiile-c screamed  nnd fought away from the plows and  the blinded men that still forced them  on.        '     i  ,., Closer still. The long file broke, and  the ponies' galloped into the corral,  there .to huddle in a'frightened bunch:  The" .plows wore left where they foil,'  and tho men staggered toward the.  house. Then a shout wont up, and  thoy stood still peering' through the"  smoke. The door.'ol Miguel's 'topee  was thrown, open, nnd bright Eyes,  with the papoose clinging to lior  skirts, stood in tho doorway. 'J'he woman must have blept through all thu  din iind only awakened to her danger  when too?laic. For a moment there  was an awful silence, broken only by  the roaring of the lire thai wns'hardly,  (on .vnrds/it'v-.'iy from lho topee, which'  'stood jnst wlihoul (hc';;!5'iVC- !!"?.,' '  -men ,n. long tongue of lire shot out  towardc tho canvas ,wiill'and licked  ������:'?-*dlly ���������j, (0 Uie 100t- l)0iCi   Wllb (l ,  savagc.voll MigilGl sprang across (ho  open, llu'sty'1'ete virt his heels.    Over  tho plowed ground' the men sped.   MI-,  gtiol had reached Bright Eyes and was  struggling   back,   when t, Pete,,' yelled,  r,"Where's  file  iiid?" . Too  Into.    Thc  fire had wrapped tlio,canvas walls in ,  a shoot of (lame, ondHlie little brown  baby was nowhere to bo soon.   Tlioii,  before the 'eyes of, those who .would  have*' hold t him.   back?   Itusty   I>etoT  plunged through that blazing doorway/  An wits all over in a minute.   A*������'dozeii  men''had reached, him when,' blind and.  staggering;   the   papoose ��������� under - his  arm, Rusty',PcteJfell in the new'mader  'furrows.-'-   ', i > ^ '  \   Overhead the clouds had formed,un-,y  noticed   iii   the   human   vortex   that ,  surged below, and as the* waH'of flanro  reared its crest as if to leap across the,  stretch of' plowed land tho very heavens opened up. Down oaine tlie blessed  raiif in  slieots,  arid'the'thirsty," fire  cursed eaitiriaughed in very joy. -  All over. *r But  in a darkened room  Busty Potcilay dying,   lie'was sutler-  MISS;,GENEVIEVE WILSON'.  -r '  '-'- ���������  f'Thc  Heroine 'ofMuiilla"   In   No-it a  v        'llc-ulth   Iunpe'ctor.  Bliss Genevieve Wilson, society girl/  army nurse, ministering angel to stricken soldiers in the far east, is health iu.  fcpeetor for tho civic sanitation'of tbe  Oranges, that wealthy residential sec-''  tion of New .Jersey.' *! ' r  i-rA woman of many tltles,is Miss Wil- '  sou, not bestowed by the" government  or Incorporated Institutions, but con-  forreil on her by her admirers ,ln lhe  various sections of the world In which ,'  she has lived and,worked. She is one  ot Virglnln'M fair'daughters. Her father ,wns a Confederate ollicer. nnd-  noiro had belter claliii (o the (|j|p bf r-  ���������"biV.;"::.":i ,ia||u",tiian Biio.,      ,-���������    ?.  , -She hold her court among,tho voimg  .men and women of Virginia untll'she '  determined lo forego lhe pleasures of ,  the ImiiYoom for the arduous duties of  a hospilnl nurse.   To fit herself for tho  HANDY BOOKCASE.  shelves on each side with a door, which'  may bo decoiated with iron lunges or  blackened1 metal Those false hinges  are, of couise. placed against the real  ones on which the door swings and aro  purely ornamental. These little closets  make fine places in winch,to keep un-  "���������sightly books ami magazines which  look untidy, but which one always  wants to Keep. Theie is a shelt over  the top'of tho desk, on which could be  placed a row of plates or photogi.iplis,  and a'nic-o little etching Mould give-interest lo tlie big panel. This panel, by  the way, need noi be made of wood,  but could be closed in by a piece of  colored burlap or buckiani The case  would then have io be'braced by three  slats of wood nailed aeioss the back  behind tlie buckram.���������Harper's.  Phone No. 13  P. 0. Box No. 70  Tliini^N  to   Be   Avoided.  Don't make a narrow door narrower  by_a heavy portiere. A small house is  made stulfy by too many hangings.  Don't put chandeliers m a loom with  a low coiling. Side brackets are lo bo  had in artistic shapes.    ' '  Don't have too much,of any one kind  of decoration in tho house. Grill work  and stained glass repeated in more  than two rooms become monotonous.  Don't buy a bright colored carpet to  put in rooms whore the furniture is  not lo bo correspondingly toned up.  Don't have tlie floor, wall and lurni-  turo in a room covered with material  which has a decided pattern.  Don't put into a room unsteady little  tables loaded with meaningless bric-a-  brac.  linn- Kc Joined tlie Church.  The story is told'that on one of oui  missionary fields a native approached  the missionary and declared that he  wished to join tho church, lie was  carefully examined, as is the custom,  and answered satisfactorily most it  not all of the questions put to him.  Just before completing tiie examination the missionary asked the native if  he had a wife. "Yes," he replied, "J  have two." "Well," said tlie missionary, "we cannot receive you into the  church if you have two wives. We  are sorry, because you give a good account of yourself, but so long as you  have two wives we cannot receive you  into tho membership of tho church,"'  Some time elapsed and the native appeared again before the missionary and  stated that there was now no objection  to his entering the church. The missionary said, "How about your second  wife?" "Oh," replied the native, "that's  all right. I have eaten her."���������LondoB  Standard.  1I1GUEL SIM! \XG AC1I0SS THU Ol'ES, 1IUSTS  WjIX AT IIIS  IIUULS  face hnd grown more sphinxlike than  over. Gum. silent, as if weighed down  by some ti'agic scci--t,'he kept lo himself, and tho boldc-v among tho Aloho  out lit did not caie to question Itusty  1'ete. -    >  There wore many traditions of linn���������  ^thc ride through the night to save tlio  nock ol Miguel, when it became a question ot his own htc before lhe dawn;  the stnko at Jose's, wheie tic had  made tlio stand aud tlnven the drink  maddened crow into the con at. and  there held {hem until the funics ot bad  whisk} and pulque had passed. Ilore-  'ln came a part ol the ni}story. When  Jose had endeavored to thank him,  Pete had llooied the whole, c-iowd by  giMiig Joso a talk on tho folly of. keeping bauds of whisky in eas} icacli of  such devils as the compound of Indian  and greaser that made up tho personnel of Jose's ranch. And the most  f-tartling fo. lure was that in his excitement llio vernacular of (ho border  slipped aside- and ho spoke in the cultured tones that betiayed the college  - bred son of the east, lie had never forgotten his mask since.  1'ete rose and turned toward tho  south, his lean hotly at '���������attention,"  like a statue, a lull minute, his eyes  lixsd upon the southern horizon. "Fire!  Fire! Kite!" The shrill cry brought  the mass of men swarming from the  corral; and the air was lull of exclamation and question. 1'ete v stood  still, one bony hand pointing toward  the horizon, where a misty blue haze  was seething up. John, roused Irom  his siesta, came sleepily lounging  across the patio. One look, and he  yelled to the men: "Got to the plows!  Kvery man to his pony, and God help  us to fight it!"  Inside tlio corral tlio ponies were  tethered. As one man the eyes of the  whole outfit turned toward them, the  purpose of flight written on their faces.  Then Pete sprang forward.  "Men of (lie jUoho; there's no use in  playing the cowaid. You can't get  away, and if you'could'you would have  to leave the women. If we can't siivt  'em, we can die with 'em. Tlie lirsl  mas" that fcirrns his pony to the north  won't need no pony."  Tills dictum was delivered without  tho ciuhcr of a muscle in his quiet,  even voice, and lire men knew Pete.  Hound and round, iu a widening circle, they drove tlie ponies lashed to tho  n_I������ws any fafchion���������cow pony, buster,  flloruughbrcd, all strain'ed it ml tugged  alike as tlie pltfws turned the hard  bribed soil, and tbe bide fine, that was  now a tletf serpent curling Ifs length  over the ej-esf of the hiesa, Approached  ing greatly, but.toward the last be-  _c.-iiiio conscious and, beckoning to John,1  whispered souiVthini;. .John*turned to  the boys that lined the room, th'e dark  faces heavy with griel. "JJoysr ho says  ���������Goodby.'-and don't torgot 1'ete. He  wants to be alone with me." "    -  The} liled.out slow I.v. with many'a,  bnckw-.ird' look. .Out'sidc Miguel sob,-  hetl and cm nod in a breath at the stolid Bright IC;, es. whose carelessness had  brought 1'ete,to his, death. ! , ,t ._\  = Itusty Veto   lay   still va   liLtlo   time  gathering stien'glli for the cItorl;-theii  he reached out his hand.'   "Alleyne."  'John'star led.    The. tone  belonged to  tlie man hcrhad not known.   "You have  boon .yer.vpatient with-me, and as tlie  tide of a useless life goes out wo are*  man and man.   There is no excuse for  the past,  ;incl.IJ will not  binclen  you  ���������with my history, but when I am under  the ground mail the picture to llio address that }0u will Iind al tlio head of  tho letter".   Those you can buiy with'  me"    John   took   tho  little  package  fiom Pete's breast, and I'ete went on:  '���������Tlioro is nothing else.    Hut will you  write a -short letter and tell hei how I  died-ptiot."' with a  bitter attempt at a  smile, --how I have In eel?"    Alter that  he was ������lill tor a long time.   The gray  dawn lay over tho'lire sea i red  mesa  like a  kindly  pall, iirnd  as  one  long,  rosy  arm   -shot  across   the   sky   Pete  sprang from the bed.   "Harvaid!  Harvard!    Il.ah,  tnil,   inh!    The  crimson  wins!" Vilo  loll   bock  on  tho  pillow.  Tho shadows came down on Hie great  dark e.v es, and Rusty Pole had "passed."  /'These."  Iii his book, "liar. Stage and riat-  form." Mr Herman C. Morivale. whose  father was pcrinancnl undersecretary  for the colonies^and one of whoso uncles was'a rlval'bf Xiohiihr in scholarship, tolls of an amusing ONpericnco of  another uncle ol whom the world has  hoard htllo.  . Tin's Mr. Morivale was'a thoroughgo  ing cockney. London was as the breaih  of his nostrils. Notwithstanding ho  purchased a country place, intending  personally to supervise the crops. To  this end ho asked advice of a bucolic  friend, a man of many acres, who complied and began will)' llie kitchen garden.   -  , "Now, look at these," said he. "You  have a fine crop of ihcso. Kirst you  must do so nnd so in July, then such  and such things in September, and  ne\l year thoto will be (something to  remember."  "Quito so," as'Kiilod Mr. Morivale  politely. "But I must begin at the beginning. In the lirst place, what are  'these?'"  "Do you moan fo say you don't know?"  gasped tho country gentleman.  "Haven't the faintest idea," said Mr.  Morivale cheerfully.  "These are���������potatoes!" his friend replied, divided between amusement and  amazement.  * MISS'OL.N'EVIEVn WILSON".  caring for tho sick of a.h nationalities  sho, went-abroad   and "mastoiod   the  German, Italian and I-Tench languages.'1  Hetuiinng lo America, she took" up her  course in St. Luke's hospital, Denver,    -  where she won trom,'admiring doctors  the", litlo'oL* "Little  "Wondei."    A'f tho  outbreak of the Spanish war sho vol-" '  -unleeiid with the lied Cross and was  sent lnimeclinlely lo Clilckninuiiga.   Her  next step wns to cntoi  the service ofy  .the United. Stales government as army  nurse.'    '"-'",'-       "'-     ',       '    "  For one year she was stationed in the ~  ^Philippines, and her brav'e deeds among  the.uvoimdetl soldiers there won ihe title of '"tlie" Heroine-of, Manila.".! Next," ,  she was sonl.to Nagasaki, where grate-*,  ful patients named ber "Angel." -Sev- y  ��������� on .months'sire spent in tlio land of tlie  mikado,  and  .when   she   was .ordered -  homo iigiun she had made^the circle of  the globe.        ' "'  Her last government appointment  was at Fort Bayaid, N. J., which position she resigned to go to the Oranges.  New Jei="v is determined to decrc.-r-'O  tho death . st fiom contagious diseases, and Miss Wilson's specific work  is to eairy out,the plans ot tlio Civic  Sanitation association. ��������� Philadelphia  Press.  -?,  The Ar* of Drc-tslngr.  Women generally do not do justice  to pretty gowns because tliey have not  learned  how  to  put on   their  things  smai tiy or oven neatly.   They have ac-  qun -d  the  art of dress," but not  tho  still moie subtle art of diessmg.   Pu-.  filanisni dies haul in  what, has heeif  termed our "great modioeracy."   Even  if money is abundant tliere is a rootcil  feeling that "true piety" can only be  expressed by clovvdmcss.   Dowdyism is  n disease and a deadly one.   It has its  chief seat in the head (inside and outside) and In tho nock, and is also tho  result of our loo_ faithful fondness for  old anil shabby clothes.  .To escape it one must avoid the Scyl-~  la of an untidily, un fashionably dross-  #1 head and the Charyhdis of a badly  arranged neck.    A  smart woman has  all her gowns made at homo, and yet  she is never a dowdy.   And why?   Because sho knows how to put them on.  Her lia ir is well done, lior neck smartly swathed, and her veils, gloves, shoes  nnd boots aro always "fresh and perfect of tlieir kind.   Dowdies are born,  not   made.    An  undue   humility   has  much to answer for.   Tlio typical "woman of no importance" soon goes to  pieces on tlio rock of dowdyism. A few  gowns, but many accessories, aro an  antidote to this dread disease.        .,  e.n.  'fii-orjjc-N Klinl   I*ui-iiiImmIoii.  "Mary," her father called down-  st.-'irs, "just ask your man If ho doesn't  think- it's pretty near bedtime!"  "Yes, papa," replied tlie swoet girl,  after a pause.' "George says if you're  sleepy go to bed, by all means."���������Toledo Bee.  .TtlKt   So.  "The poor fellow went blind and cra-  zy nt the same time."  "Ah I see���������out of sight, out of mind!"  Thougfit works in silence; so docs virtue. One might erect sfatuerf to silence.  -Carlyle. ^^w^^^.^  rini,.y������ im ii, niiinkri.  Ruby's ball)  blanket I.s  made of s  square  of  lino  white   ilannol-that a  yard wide being a good size.   I'lnk tho  edges  (or hem and brier stltcli  thorn  In rose colored wasli orribrolcli-ry silk)  and embroider' wild roses over the surface biu-dy and  in  groieis of ^vo or  tliree, n.miig wusli omVotdory sllic. fW  natural color of ti.e leaves and tlowcrs.  Across cine corner, in fancy  lettering,  work the couplet: ������������������������������������[ .,ii'-tj>  Trom no5e to toes ~ ������������������  j\s fresh :is o rose.  Thi-' should also be done in ro������e colored silk, but if desired the lettering  and embroidery may all be done if.  white silk, iu which case tho edges  should he pinked or bouud with whita  satin vibhnn  Under some conditions a man can  make more noise in tlie world bf  keeping his mouth shut than in an/  other way.���������Chicago News,    ���������  / THE KOOTENAY MltL.  ^belkootena^Ylbail  PUBLISHED   SATURDAY.  ' I ���������AT���������        i  REVELSTOKE,.B.C.. . '.  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Por    Annum  ADVRKTISING ' H ATI'S     oil     iippliCHtion  -Changes in siiiiiclint: ndvei-tiscnieiils must  be- in by 9 ct. in. Thursday of ecicli week lo  bucsuie good display. I'Stiuidinij lulvortining  ���������'    liiiitler will be changed twice a month without   i;\tia    cliuiKc       '"'or   liiore   frequent  alteration1, the tunc occupied , in making  ���������ihainc-'will he charged nl usual rates. Casual  atlveilising will be received up lo 10 a.m.  on Sal in days.      ,    ' *  JOR PIIINTIN'G promptly executed at reason-  able rales. - . ��������� i ,  TKKMS���������Cash. Subset ipl ions' p.tj'able in advance-. , ' -  COKKKSrONUKXCK invited on matters:-of  public in let est. C'oiiiiiiiinications to Keli-  tor must be accompanied by name of  writer, not necessarily for publication, but  as evidence ottcood fiutli., Corru-ipoudcnce  ' should be brief and must tench the ollice  by Wednesday evening.  Addtess   ',*'"'' ,  i ' "  ,, Tin-: Kootisnay Mail,  , Phone- No? 13. Reveistoke, B.C.  since  July, and  thur'bonus  to'be  paid on this amounts   to $95,000.  ��������� An industry for which there is ii  magnificient'Opening in. the Okaiiagan valley is that of-malting. The  Okaiiagan grows the best'barley for  malting.purposes on the.continent,  and'the grain' is in great demand  by California malthouses.' A malt-  house in the vallev .'otightto'bd a  profitable enterprise."  We request oui* numerous readers to  ' favor us with their assistance in  making: tho KOOTENAY MAIL the  most valuable advertising1 medl-  ,um ln tho Kootenays by ffivlng-  the preference, when making- purchases to those llrms who are  regular advertisers ln the KOOTENAY MAIL. '     '  British Columbia, eis" now enter-  ingion a hew period in the .history  of mining development. ' Tlie pro-;  vince has many steady producing  mines, a number of which, are ro;  gular dividend ^payers. Many industrial enterprises in tlio province  also pay, excellent dividends and  the province gives promise of being  one of the finest fields for the investment of capita*! tlie world over.  -CITY AGl'NTS. .    '  ;  Copies of Tun- M,ur, may be obtained front  Uie foi lowing city agents: ' '*     - '  ; <r 1/ONDON (ENGLAND) AOKNCY. ,  Our l'aiglish otliceaaieaUtn Fleet si reel, London, li. C, v.heie Mc-Ssis. K. & J. Haul) & Co.  will leec-ivo lor us l-.nglisli news. Mibsciunions  and tulMiiliscnicnls and vvhetc a tile is kept of  ' this paper foi the use (rice ol chnige) of anyol  our le.uleib visiiing London and cIcmioiis ol  seeing the laU-stl issue jiossible of his or her  local p.i|ier. , -. ,  17!    & .1.  HAKDV.& CO.-  li IIOMI!  AND  COLONIAL '     "  '   ,/ '"    ADVl'UTI-blN'G. PRESS AN'D  '    aUTJIOH'S AGl'J.VTS and i  ->'K\VSlJAIJJ':it C'OKItKal'ON'DENTS.  30 r-'lcul Slic-et,     '   '- Lo.Miov, Knc.i.and.  CANADIAN   JSUSINESS'A  SPECIALTY.  The school trustees of Reveistoke  lnue clone good work, and wc'.dislike asking them to undertake greater 'Inu-dens, but we ' believe it  ,w'ould be a great boon to tlie teachers and children attending the  city school if, tlie services' of* Mr.  Dun'nell,' superintendent of man-  ,ual training, could be secured for a  few weeks. Mr. Bunnell's work.in  clay modelling and brush drawing  is'exccllentyand'lie has * the'ability  to impart his arts, to^his pupils.'"  provements on this lake 'its value  for navigation could,' lie improved  and a large amount of valuable  land reclaimed -at the same by  some work at Penticton.   The gov-  / ��������� rj  erhment''engineering department,  should investigate,the matter, and  report so (that if these results can  be .'obtained Mr. Gallihef M: P.  might take steps lo secure an appropriation for it." The Okanagan  valley has not Iiad .tire attention-it  deserves from the 'dominion authorities. ' ' .,  1      ,.-,, i  HARVEY, McOARTER  ;     AND PINK HAM,  UABRISTPKS, solicitors, etc. ������������������ t.  Offices :    "VIoi.sons"Bank   Block,   Itnviii,-  Sl'OICE, 11. C.    ,,  .Money to loan.   '      / ������  Olliees: lievelstoke, 13. C; Koi t, Steele, 13. C.  Geo. S. McOaiuuk,  A. M.  Pi.niciiam.  Revelsloke, li. 0.-  J. A. Hakvuy,      i  Kort Steele, U. C.  JOHN   MANNING   SCOTT . B." A.,  l.i:. B.    -    ,  Bahiusteh, Solicitor, Etc."      i  .    First Street.  . .       , ' Revelsloke, 13.U.  T7lD\VARD*A.  HAGGEN,  MINING   ENGINEER, *     '  i i.  (Mem. American Institute Mining Enginci-i-)  (Mem. Canadian Mining Institute.)  iri--i: ,.-      *        liEYELSTOKE, B. U. '-    '  Examination of and tepoits on Mineral Pio'  ,      ,     , pei ties a Specialty.  HPEHHY LEAKE.  Mining Engineer and Metallurgist,  si'i.cm.rn.s:       >  Inanimations  and Rcpoils on Mining   Piop-  eilies.  Spcciflc.ition anil Constiuction of Mining Mn-  clunc'f.v. '  Test- in.iili- of Dies and Concci.tiationfoi Chloi  tno ."iiel C.vnnide Tieatinenl.  Hydraulic Plank.  Hedfoul McNeil Cock*.  " Hon. G.'.E.'Foster evidently  allows bis flow, of, oratory   to  carry  away,his head.    He is" crying  for  high protection  and  doubling   tho  ���������taxes, and at the same  time  com-  plains,that the people   are   paying'  too high'taxes   under" the--rod need  tariff  of  the- Laurier government,  which has, as a matter 'of  fact, reduced ithe 'taxation' and  national  debt per head of   population. \ His  argument is on a'par with the tory  cry, in Quebec-that Laurier is   too  British for Canada,' and 'the -same  party s   cry   in  Ontario   that he is  too   French .for   Canada.    A   bad  cause cannot be consistent.        <   r  RIVER IMPROVEMENT. , '  We suggest that a deputation  from tlie board of 'trade wait on  Mr. Galliher- M. P. on Tuesday,  and urge the.necessit'vJoLrivcr im-  provements, which should* be curried out before spring. The river  is'destroying the land., on- the east  bank so rapidly Unit'' the' river  channel will be completely spoiled  for navigation.' The work should  be  'put    in    hand   'if   -possible  before  next" high   water.'   Messrs,  v      * *    / * * i ��������� *     ��������� .  Keefer'and Aylmer, dominion,engineers, have examined the ground,  and are of,opinion,the only way. to  effectually deal with 'it is to con-  slruct"a-iwing dam south of bridge.  That is clearly'the only permanent  remedy.. The/brush' work hitherto  done at large coot lias proved merely a palliative, while the damog'  has continued'though more slowly.  scores of millions! in, the', shape of,  , , - -i    - ��������� ���������   . i'   i ���������    r i  ,  money and land grants, and the-C.  P. It: owes' Canada,'something.    If  the  C. P. It. won't voluntarily ful-  ,fil its  duties  as  a  transportation  company then it is'for the railway  commission'to com pel-it,to do so.  The railway commission  has- at'  its head in,lion.'A; G. Blair a man  who has 'shown he is loval  to- the  public interest, and cannot be bull-  dozedyby  any; corporation. ; Now  is Mr\ BJairVop'portuhity tb show  the stuff he is made of, and ���������to  jus-  y IMPERIAL BANK OP CANADA  Capital Autliorized, ?ll,0(X',Oob.- Capital Paid Up, ?3 001,000.    Host, $2,630,0017.  , - . -s   . i       ���������'   A- ,.,li, ,     , ",  .      ',    *  -- '-        Head Oflice, Tohon'to, Oxtakio., ,;    ���������,,  Urulielio^ lu the Northwest Teri-itorios, Manitoba, Outiirio iiiid"Qiioboe! .' * "  And the following points in British Columbia: Crnnbruok, Fi'd^hiiui, Goldon,  , ,      ��������� ,      Nelson, Kevelsteiko, Trout Lake, Vancouver nnxl Viiitm-aii, ���������  I ���������,  T. R. MiainiTr,' Prosidont. D. R. Wii.mi:, Vico-Pro'sident and Gi*injriill*lf,iniiger.'  (,'    ,,     >K. H,\^, Assistant Gonortil Maiiagor.     W. Morr.v r. Chief tiispoctorJ    ,     ,."  ,   '      / - / , - (   ,'     , i    I j  Reveistoke Branch, B. C.���������A General Banking Business'Transacted i  Savings Uepiirluiout���������D'opctsils Received and InlerosbAlliivve'd.  tify the'high esteem and confidence  in, which he'is held throughout the  dominion. The railway commission lias  already done a  splendid  stroke of business in heading off the  C. P. It's, proposed increase of rates,  and having stopped that, the next  thing is to make that .company reduce its tariff and classification   to  a fair basis.    The' dav hiis  passed  i, ���������" . - -  for.any Russian Czar  business   by  anyrailway company in Canada.-  THESPYGLASS.  SBHSKrpapTO������F>  I  ON SALE  By Lewis 'Bros.  INIi-. Tcttypiece says   the  Grand  Trunk last \ear   took   part  of  its  earnings in  Ontario  to", pay taxes  on one  of  its   Michigan branches.  In   Cuba, we   see1 men   who   aie  financially created by the subsidies  voted, by   our   parliament   to   the  Canadian Pacific using their prestige and their capital,to build  rail-  wa.ve in Cubii.-aiui without the aid  lor" aodollar of a bonus or an acre of  land from the Cuban  government.  The man'who buys gold bricks from  j the smooth-tongued  carpet-baaser  I i- not half .a= easy as the people of  Caind.i ha\e been in their dealine.-  with raihvav corooiation.-.  ^'FREIGHT CONDITIONS. ,  The'1-*'discussion     between     the  members of the board of trade and  Mr. Greer, C. P.   It.  freight, 'agent,  was an eye-opener.   ,Mr. Greer naturally lookjlho  company's   part,  but the admission lie  had to make  in justification  of  the 'company's  discrimination'against  Reveistoke  showed one  thing, and   that is  if  the people of this district "want bet-  freight rales they have  to  take up  in���������oame&t the .question ���������of  getting  in a .competing line,.    The ,line  oiv  which attention should be conccn-  .Irated is tlie Great-Northern. , It is  no great undertaking for that line  to build a spur to" connect tlie Fori  yheppard  line -with   Arrow   lake,  and lo put  a   suitable steamer on  ���������to^run between that spur and Kevelstokc.    It is simply   a   matter of  a guarantee of sufficient business to  Jiave that  done, and   every merchant  and   every' lumber   company  should combine to give   that guarantee.    Then   and   not   till    then,  will  thi? district   have   a   decent  freight schedule substituted for the  excessive and  lopsided  tarifl   now  in force.  -/-  Referrinc." to the liberal defeat at  t. John. "Truth .-ays:���������  "It is not \t-r.s ci-v to conaratu-  RAILWAY REFORM.  That is an interesting little, reason   C..P. R.  freight  agent   Peters  has hit 'upon   as   published in another   column    whv   this   district  It i- not the.sjjrn ov yet the ail  \eiti.-0ineni tliat si-Il- the i>in].  erty. lmt (he man i.eliinc! th- rn  both, and unless he know- hi- '  luisini's^ lmili rlu* si  ml. may In- iisi'le  ajiproachtd lhe di.-iu-.-ion of thr-l^'ive the.-e facilities- to Rc\eI.stolce,  'Om exiie-rit-ni.ein the real estate ['principal bone- of contention in th"J.������"hy it ir legal to tryrve liiem to Cnl-  l,usini-ss iMiahl.*s Us tc make \ earn]iiii,u'ii. nrin.clv. the Laurier,--"d ->''i-oi.; It strikes us this will  quick   and   pintitahl        '  ���������'tiiiicfrhe  'ate th^ con=er\aiives of  .-'t.  .Tolm j cannot ha\e reasonable tran.sporta  ���������upon   the   manner in   which* th"iv)������ron facilities.'    If  it  is   illegal   tc  , cut both May?.   It is now up to the  , ���������       pi."        '   i i ran-coiiiiiienUit   raiiwav   noli  you. ami it  uiii Iv to \mii- in-   ^.     . ���������     l'J"  ion-t  i-i' c*..ns.|it ii-     'w, hii   Tii-it   spenk'T-   took   the-  po.-itinn' R<-ve-!-toke    poople   to   bring   the  .save vi.n nn.n.-\.,       ^        v        very frankly that it iki-   'oi-Vo-r   to,'nritter      under    thc   attention   of  " ; defeat thi1- ;rrc-at -c*li'*r)ic for   (,'nna-! Uip      rfiiiwiiy     commi.-sion.     "We  When y.*ii lia\.'pi.ip.'ny fn-dl (rlian   dc-velcpeiiietil   than   to  have-1 l".ib)i-li     in    another  li-nt. i-\( lian-^c rn- lau . [,iir il in '  our hai'i'.s.     Wi- .ivc -.,li* ajri-ttt  l.n-    thi-    i'1ii.i.-i-i    ii-iili-ntiiil   Cr'j.t at S't. Jrilin."  [itojii'i ty in ilu- (ttj ���������t In* .-ii" !-' ���������   ii-i-to-.Mi-iti, ' The lio-slnnd Mnn-r \inv- \:<- tin  A Promising Poplar. Property. _  One oi",the must   pl-oni'sing   jiroper-'  ties in the ljincleau-i.s the   Spyglns.s on  Poplar crook.    Thi->"was' recently  nc-  c|iiiied.hy H.'fl.'_ ilel-codj,-formerly  of  Comaplix, and he succeeded   in   intei-  estin.e; Byion White, of Slocan, and ,1.  A.iMa}>eeof Coinapli.\.\ These  genlle-  nien have organized u company vvith a  capital of $500,000 and   the  lollowing  direct oi������ have been appointed:   Hymn  .White, R. ti.  Mcl-cod,  .1.  A. "Mngeo.  Or. It. G. ' Hawkey  and   Or.   S.  -Vrin-  htroug.    Tho   following   sue' ullieoi's-  Bruce   White,   president;    Di.'K.   "J/  Hawkey, yiee-presi'dent; It. G.'JIcl.ood,  socretary-t'ie.isurer; J"A.'"\Ingee, man-  agiiii; diroctoi. , - ,  -  'Mr. ilugee is one ol"  the .most, suc-  edssfitl opera tola in the piovince. " He  look an active part in tlieorg.ini/alion  of the   Calumet   and   15.   C.  company  which is so successfully'operating the  Evii.nncl he* is ini eminently safe  and  caroltil -man , in   Inkirrg   upi a   niming  propei ty.    lie went  into'tlie Spyglass  on'ly nftor (he most caiDfuI' invest ign:  tion iind this'is ii gun ran tec  that  the  pioporty is one of merit.'vvhilo the tact  that"he has accepted  tlio  position   ol  nianagiii!- djn-ctor is n guni-.tntee that  the a flails of.the company will he conducted vvith   econoinv 'nnd   intejsiit.v.  On the stion������th  of JMi.  JM.tgee  being  in.ui.ijjcr   of  the    pi opei iy. 'ipiile   a  numhci of  lievelstoke  people  showed  their laith in hun   Iiy  stihsciihing   loi  s.h.m*s  ^  J. J. O'Donnecll. a wcM-known minor and prospector in that section, says  of thc* Spyglass:���������  The ledge has been located for tlnee  miles, and can lie triced on'the  surface lor' that distance.    What 1 mcui  to say is it can bo traced cle.u through  the claims ol   thc* Spyglass gioup. and  has been Ideated beyoi,drtliat by others  When  I   last   saw   tlio   ledge on   the  group tliere w.i*= live feet of oie with a  10-inch pnvstieak   in   the  centre thai  goes thousands of ounces  of silver to  L0 I t he ton.    The lodge  is   in a porphyry  dyke in  the  ginnite  a   mile fiom the  contact.    Tl is a true lissnie vein."  Thc richness of  the  uie in silve'i is  chic t.i the presence o: pnlylinsiio.  Drafts sold availiihloln all parts of Canada, United Sltifq-. and Europe.  Special attention given to collections.     '     , A. ]-*. I'miTs, Manager.  opened nt Victoria, Monday, with 200  delegates attending.  ' /A. Crnig is taking out ore from   the  Horseshoe, at Trout I-nke,- that,  runs  from 1H0 (o'.'iOO ounces silver per  ton.  The'Lend  nnd   Zinc   News says'   a  'i,    ' < *  smelter   is   to  be,' elected   in   British  Columbia", having the sii]>port of local  and American capital.  llem/.e bus again succeeded iu scoring against the Amalgamated Coppor  Syndicate, having . obtained another,  injunction against..llicin.  , be Koi No. 2 nn'iclo a profit of-!|i77,-  355 for the pnst year,-and pays n'"dividend of live per cent.' The company's  Klmore concent ration mill is working  satisfactorily.       ,, ,   ' -[ y:A  --Tlie Waterloo mine at camp Mcl-Cin-  ncy is turning out gold-bricks to t.he  vn lue of - $5,000 a'month. , The',oie'  averages $20 and .the, concentrates  $100.     *   ."   y .-������������������'     -/   *  .  ',A"n adjourned meeting of'the dircc-  t orate .-of the "Imperial ���������Syndicate,  which \v.\k attended hy'soind of the officers unci tliiectors of the Calumet  nnd B. C. Gold~Mincs, was'held itiNel-  son last'week. - A'flerco'nsidcrable talk  ..." v   '  ,  over routine business tho meeting adjoin nod unbil'jMarcli 'Kith. - fV  Says tlie Rosslnnd Miner. The magnificent   collection  of   Poplar    Creek  gold ores ow:nedci!v1W.''B. 1 Viol,-'of the  . , -ii     ' - -  (ircat Northern jMines. will he, on .ex-  liibilion at the Hotel Allan 'this ntter-  nooii! *yThe collection is regnrded ns  the llnest lot of bonnii/n gold specimens ever galhcied together in British  Columbia..  "   XX'  - The Lc Koi nnnual meeting passed  ofV most successfully in 'London.  There wns a huge attendance and ' no  little enthusiasm,was expressed Tit the'  promising outlook for the company'.  Tne financial statement 'for the year  ending .lunc 30th showed profits of  $400,000.'. This wns supplemented by  the gratifying' announcement, that  tlie January, piofitsnggregatcd $50,000.  ���������Kos-lnnd Miner.  C. P. ,R. l-'ioight Agent' i'etei's is  authoiily for the .utalenicnt (hut the  conl at (lie Morrissoy mines ol the  Ciow=! Nest I'nss Conl Company lias  not' proved suitable for coking, and  the company h.is^ been foiced to lintil  slnck.conl Irom the Conl Cieek mines  io feed,the coking ovens vv liich it hnili  at Morrisscy. nuclei (he impit'ssion  that the conl theie would coke properly.  The Moiii.sscy^niini'siue on the lineol  the* (ileal, Nortfioi n.  ,v,:      NOTICE.      '  VfOTtCE is horohy given lhal, Sfl-dnvs urier ���������  ���������ll    date, I intend In apply to tlio Him.'thir-  l.liio.f </'oiiiiiiissi<inor or Lands and Works for n  special  license lo'cut and carry iivv-ny limber "  front (lie followingilo-dilied hinds, >i/���������:    .  Nnc'l���������vCoiiinii-iioliiK al a l������i-t plained outlier- *  right bank of tin) Ciiliiinliiii llivor. ,|IxmI half u  iniln abiiiit  Surprise   llnpids, and marked ".It.  Ellis's niirtli-vvust coriiur post," I hence south Jir '  chains, llience- east HKI elm ills, ihum-u north' l(f ' ,  chains, Ihenco west UK)chains to point ofici.iu-  meiicomeut. ' , ' ''  No. '1���������iCoiiimuu'cing at. n post planted 10 '  chains easl of It, Kllis's iioillawe.-l ccuuer post-;  and marked " 11. nilis's soiitli-e.isi corner imsl,'*'  llience uoilli M chains, tlienee vv'i'st Mich.linsj.  llience south So oliuiti--. Ihcuicu easl IM) chains tir -  placi-bf coinmcucemeui. - , r'  Novemhoi  ISIh, I'.KU.v-      ,        ]!. KLL1S.     '  ��������� ,, st'-     ������������������ , )  '-NO.TI'CE.V'. ]ff  NOTICB is hiir.ibv givi'ii lhal, HO days nftur ,- -  ilal'1, I iiilcml lo applv lo  tliu llonorable---  tho Chief Coniinissioner of Lund-; and .Works--'  foi a special lice-nse tiicnl and eairv away iiui--   ',  her from the following clo-culnxl lands;  1 No. I���������Comineucing ala post plauti'd on Poit-,  age,Tiail,over Sin prise' liapids, about one--,  fourth mill* Irom the south end ol it,.mil marked! '  "Acl.iiu Hall's iiorlh-wesl i-iuiior post," theucu, -  south lOcliaius. thence easl llll cluiin.s, thence:"  noi th III chains, llience vve-l llii) chains to place.'/ ���������  of commencemeut   - ^  No. 2���������Coiiiiuenciiig at a post planted on thu-"   " 'f  lofl bank of thc Colninbia  lhv-ei, beside James! |  (iilmour's norlh-e.ist  c-ornei   post,   about   leu) !   I..        ....I         .������ :     .       ...... I.. ,       ,. .      , 11  A\  miles   below    Suipiiso    Hupnls,   and   marked!  "Adam Hall's, soutli-o.ist uo r post,','thence.-  west SO chains, thence noith. bllcliiuiis, thunci"  east SO chains, (honce south SOJclianis lo pl.icci  ol commencement.     /  "  Nov einbui IS. ISIIIl'   '' . AIU.m' IT \LL.   ,  ,*      .NOTICE.        i'  "VfOTlCK is hoieby given ihui'iificr .10 dav- ,  L>     intend to applv lo the lloiiorahle Ihe Cliiui1  C'onimissiiinui of Lands and Worksloi a special1. "3  license to cut anilc.niy avv.iy'tiiiibm  fiom lhoi->  follow ing descnboil lands, vi/. . , ,   '  No  lcrCoiiiiiioiiciiig at   a  pint pl.mtc-tl aim'ul -  12 chains east rioin.he.id ol ijui pi isU R.ipuU.ois     .  Columbia   Itivot.  iniiikeil  "J.is   Kill's noilh-  vvcsl ecuner jiiist .".thence east .Ml chains, thonco:  south SO chains, (hence vve-t  VI chains, thence*''  noi I h SO chains lo place ol ci luncoincnl        '* "  Novembei.US, lllllt. *'       ,J.\R. JJLLIS.  ci . " - - I    ,1  I  NOTICE.  . *  "VTOTKJK ii lioiehv given llial  .'III davs nCtcr"   "  L>     tl.ite. I inlcnd to .ipplv  to ihe llonoiahle-"  the Chiel ('ommiSMOin'rol ������;,hk1 and Weiiks for  a special license to cut and c.iiiyavvav-iiiulioL"  II om the follow mc di'scnbud lands, vi/.: ���������  No. 1���������Ciiininonciiig nl" a  piis( plained aboiil :  III chains west ol Olivia   KobniMin's noi I h-eiist.-  ctniiei   post  on  Canoe   liivei. about  iy. miles--  lioin vvhi-ie it t'nipiii's into lhe Columbia liner...      '  and in.liked "Jus   KiiUon's souih-wost c-oniDr    ,  posl." tht-iice east  hd c-hiiin-.  Ihcnci' noith ,su������ **������������������  chains, ihenco  west SO chains, thence soulli SO'*  chains to point of ctiiumeucemci.t  No -���������Commencing \i(   a post phmied on Iho-  vvosi D.uikor HieColiiiiibiii Uivct. at llie iiiuuiir  ol Malonev 1'ieok, and   in.nl.i'd "Jas  Htixton--;  uoilh-e.-isi cimiei post." thence wesl  10 chains, ,  Ihenco south mo chains, thence ea-t  III c*hain?r     >'  thence noilli 100 chains to  place of coinnicnci'- -  iiient. , i -  Novombei IS. 11101, J \S. UUXTON.    '   '  1 noticeT  "VfOTJCT: I- hr-iob} j,-iu*n lhal. ,'10 ilavsnflcr  !\ dale, I iiiiuntl to .ipplv-to tho lluiitu.ibli:  Ih,* Chii*r Coiiimissioiiei ol Lands and Woik-,  loi a special license lo cut and c.mi .ivvav-uin-  hi-i iienn lhe li.llovviu,'de-ciiljc-d lands, n/. :  ���������No 1���������Coiiiiiicneiiigal a ikisi planti'd on the* -  loll bankol ilu. Columbia Ifivoi, aboul 1_> mih-  liclovv Sinpiise Uapid-. aud in-i.kod "ft. A-  .Ionian s soiiih-c-a-l coiiii-i  p,>si,",iheiice soiitlt ,  III chains. lhi-iicc.-i-.isL 11.0 cl -. I hence m.rtt- ���������  It) chain-, thuiieo vvi**t 11(1 ch mis.  i N','--���������'-(im.neucing at a n���������s| planleel ou tho  loll bank ol I In* ( oluiiiliia liner aboul I'niilc---  lii'lovv Suipii-i* li.ipals and in.uk,.,! "G. A. Joi-  d.iu.s s(,..|l|.i*asi conn*! post," ilieucc noilli 10  chains. (Iicuee wo~i  Hill chains, ihoni c -oulh Id  chains. Ihunce east lijOchanis ,���������  |,|I1(.c���������rL. ���������  nieiit'ouiciil. *  Novembei IS, 1'iDi  (LA JORDAN.  s-ion.  vf-ip'.ilili-li     ill    another     column   a  i if- ens-tern  t'TiriiiiSi*--nnyv.hr-ie  ex-'."-urnrunry     'of       tlio    power.-1    of  it!);it oo!ii!)ii-*-ion unci tbey are  -.���������irtifiie t<> d'-al with such n en=f.  'The f. Y. II   w..iit������   to   I  LEWIS BROS.  (.-urnplinii-iit tor voicing  tb''  anff- of   the Okiiiinuan,   in  nog   f-vorv-  -Tli-V-  tl.tnt  itml   iici-.v  that  it-   oflicials  n   rc-yanl,,,,!! ,,. .lr.,ij,flt ,|lf.v iir���������  ,|f)l   ���������(iUyt  to   tne    w retched    railway   serine  ' -. ��������� ."  ,-.-,���������..., .     -eniti ,.,, ���������n���������   <uri ccince.--.on,-. It 1- lllltej  Financial, Rc.ai L->tate, InsiiranoeA^ents ubuli tin-C. 1>. K.  i, now   .d-.in" ,-, i   ", i  ,t     ,,  ... , r''"l-    Hie- J pi"- lO see V, hl-t ,c-r     il-V C'tll-  KKVKI/STOKI-:,  It. C. . that .-'jotun,;��������� , i     i .  1 . ii"t  ")ii.['-|   -J,e   corrii.anv tl.roiiffli  ^ _       -nielOiMowingfiom the Kootenay   lll(. rilii���������av ,.ornmi,,ioili Togiv, lhe  Wi;C   II^LLCIlilV/illJcUl   ,, IW..   th,   I���������l]es..,rnn-i,i,,-a(i'>���������   ,,,������������������,,.,   ,���������,.   .-,,,,   ������������������;   (.    ,,     ,,  ! from those v.-lm have tin-  powrr  to  SATL'ROAV,  FKIikCARV   27,  1001.  The Mc Bride government look-  upon Lillooet as a suberb or" Westminster and has appointed a Westminster resident license inspector  for that district.  act.    ft i- refrc-hirif.' to find a  .-cC-' USE^^sss^^.  tion of the public press ihat  i-   in-f  dependent enough to stand  up  for | ROYAL    CROWN    SOAP  sovereign right.-- of a community in  - You take no Chances.  AH (liuirgisls guninntec every bottle  til"  Chninlioi-lnin's Cinnili  Id -cly. and  will refund the money In anyone vvlio  is nut salislied after using I vvo-i liii ds  of the contents. This is the best, icin-  edy in ilu- world I'm In gi'ip|>e, couglis,  colds, cionji nnd whooping cough unci  is jile.is.inl ;m,| ,,if,. to t,-it;(., IL pi'i-v-  ouIs .my ieiidenc-v of a cold lo resi.lt  in |Hieiiinciiii.i.  Tit.- senile b of ii pin niny cnusi. ihe  Ins- of ,i limb in ci'i-n (lenlli vvlien  blood |iciisi,iiing ii-siiIk from the in-  jury. All (lunger of iliis IMIiy |���������, nv-oi-  ded, bov^ever, by pieiinjiily ii|)|ilying  Cli.-itiibei Iain's J*,iiii IJiilm. ft, |s ������������������  ,-iiilis.'|,lie mid un .(|ini||,,d ns ��������� (|ni,.|;  li-.ilirij< liuiiileiil lor cuts lu-iiUo, und  bin ns.    Ken-mil,, by nil Diuggists.  THE ~MINES.  ��������� There vvill bo a thiicl candidate in  the "lielil lor Vale Caiilicio. as the socialists inU'iul jitilting tip one.  S. Tliomjison, secrotniy to tlio fourth  ward conseivative nssoi iation of Tn-  lon('), hiis pleaded guilty to .-(uiiinu a  ballot bo\.  W. A. Gnllihci, -M. p.. will lie in  licvi'lsiol-p on Mulch iiist. nnd vvill be  glad lo nieot ,-tny who wish to see him  oil  public; business.  Mr. .Monk says the only condition  under which he will return to (he  leadership of | he cuiisL-rv.itive party in  (Jin-boc, is ih.-ii .Mi-. Tnrto Vet ire- to  bnckgiounil, nnd Ibal lhe iden of n  jiioleelionist p.-uly be set aside entirely,  K. -Md'hci-siin, M. P.. of Vancouver,  litis been ro(.|ios|(.<| by lhe Oltnvvn gov-  eriiiiieiil to niukenii in vi'-t ignl ion into  lhe (|iii-siinn of the do-irnbility of  giaiiling lhe use of trujis ;,, s.ilinon  tishing and iiihci- puiiiis kindi'od |,,  the iii(|l|s||'v.  J.   S A M S 0 N    ���������  * X  Painter, Paperlianger, SignwrUep  Iv A IjSOiM ININC. , OONK.  Orders receive pininjil .���������ilteiition.  Second sli-eet,'      -      JtKVIJI/STOKfi  Standard remedy for Gleet,  Gonorrhren nnd Riiitiiiiicjs   f ciny !  IN -IB HOURS.    Chios Kill- V'.UUI j  ney and Bladder Iroulites.    '  For Sale or Rsnt.  rtin.ST-ci/A.ssiiOTKi/iiiO'i.uiii,,,,,,,,  I? H. C. The laigosl, and onlv liist-  elnss hoiib-e in (own. For ji.ii liculiu-s,  apply lo Hotel Crilorion, C'.iinlioi-niv  li. i.j.  The value of the dominion bonus  to the lead industry is evident from  Briti-h Columbia, and the Koot  ncy Mail seems to be doing so in  this instance. The Okanngan  country demands and deserves  every reasonable consideration in  those critical times."  The      Dominion      Government |  should give some attention to Oka-  The Best in the World  i  Mail ii������ 15 Royal Crown .Soap        I  "Wrappf-M, and in return   wc  will mail a beautiful /'ictiiro        I  si/c 16x20; or for 25 Wfiijipor.*)  your choice of over I00bookn.  Drop tin a  pout card naking  for a catalogue of  prcmiiim.M  to  he; had   F'RKK   for  Koynl  Crown Soap WnippcM.  Address  Th'jre is coiisidornhle inc|tiiry for  I'.'iyrio Hhares nt 12), cents.  The Standard Oil Co. Inivo gained  control of the asbestos market.  NOTICE.  A spccinl meeting of the I.. (). I..,  Nn. MifiS. will be held in the I. O. ().  I-". ball on Tncsilny, Miik-Ii I-l, I!)0I,  nt 7. .'10 |i. in.. shar|i. All iiicmber.s are  tiigcnlly icipicstcd to try if ut nil  possible,   to  make   it   n   point  lo   be  Gruy Barber  " "^JEWELRY  DIASiONDS ��������� '  and a  coniplutc line  ot" ihe  GENUINE  W.(i. Kockfoller thinks the outlook"   ,"("1"  '"'."������'"������������"- ��������� very  grent im-  itlre fact  that  6,833  tons  of lead   nagan   lake   improvement.'   It  have been produced in  the Hlocan-J said  that  by making certain  im-  Vancouver  B. C  The Royal Soap Co.,  Limited.  for copper ii one of lower prices  The new lead refinery at the Trail  smelter is now in full swing.  M. /'. Stcwiiit hits bonded his Nicola  con I properties to nn Ainciicnn syn-  'l'"f0-' '     ^ ' " I'thened by the addition   of *!'. Kighter,  The rrovuicial'Mining As.-cicia'tioii'l'of Vnncouver,  lorlniice will be brought forward to he  discussed. All viriiting bretliren will  be very heartily welcomed.  W. li. FiLKMINO. W. M.  Kniiilc)i)p������   lacros.se  team   is strong-  "1847  Rogers Bros.'*  Knives! Forks,  Spoons, etc. ���������  Kjcn ci.reiullyl exiiCnitied nn.l ���������  I proper!) fitted to the best'grade- -  |of finises   .,   ��������� >s. .,  ��������� Fine  ,-  ;i\\  {i'l  'i   [  ������l|  "1. THE.KOOTENXr MAIL.  frP.RixxTELEGRAPH  ���������   Receiving Office Will Be Opened In  Business Portion of Revel stoke���������  Extensive    Improvements     On  Kootenay [Lines. '','  ' j   ' ' V  J. 'Wilson Supt.'C. P.- R.- telegraph',  who was in   the city Thius-day,  sard  witl'i'Veference to'the'peti'tion from the  * ckizeus^of Reveistoke ,*to   have   the  ^commercial. telegraph  office  in   the  ' j business port ion'of the city,' the matter is under consideration'at> the head  oilice  at  Montreal.    He bus  recom-  jiieneleel that a ,'receiving ollice only,  with one operator, be opened  in  the  X ' business portion of the city, nnd  that  the delivery be continued as now from  "the station ollice,  nnd   has  no doubt  (his is what vvill be done.-   -,  ,..',  Such oflici\ will   be   open   between  8 a. in. and 8 p.-'in. and   Mr.   Wilson  coiisideis  this '\ should  meet  the requirements of thc city for the present.  Considciabb improvements  nie-to  .be carried out on .the  telegraph  lin-.-s  (.    in Kootenny; nnd will involve  an  ex-.  pendituie^of^O.OOO.  /The  line  froin  Jllecilliwaet'west is to beie-polekl, unci  new,pole'lines are fo   be  put  in  on'  Kootenay and-Slocan lakes,������on ! Arrow  lake between CapeyIloin and  Nakusp  anil^n   the .Columbia and   Western*  Some  re:poling'has to'be done'.west  -of Kamloops. y < /'    r       *  >���������  "������~ The tiantmitting .station of the,  .(.Pacific divisioii'has been, moved from  n Donald to Golden.       <*'    ' ! .  The Australian'cable is now doimr  , a lot of business, unci to avoid therde-  Inys foimerly experienced througb'the  land line being blocked by'f.illine trees  ^thiity miles of cable has been laid  along the const and'Albeini canal to,  connect the-cable and dveil.ind sci-  vices. ���������    ���������'       (        " ���������"'  Some trouble has been1' expciienced  by employes of the Big Bend .ind   Arrowhead Lumber companies bieakinir  down the line along the lake and "Mi.  _ Wilson saw Messrs Renttie a::d   Lud  ���������ignte about it and   these   gentlemen  'undertook to have the trouble remedied.' ' -  no one heriously,, injured,, though the  'baggageman ''^iis'hin'c&n'scio'iiisX for >  time and seveial passengeis, shaken up.  The Grand-Trunk-proposes to go on  with its Pacilic railway scheme and is  applying" for the'.necessary amendments to its charter. , '  ",   ,v  On Friday the nini),-'express, baggage, and two passenger cais, of-the  Soo line life left the track"owing to'  spread rails." \  \  < l       ,   .  - The Nelson News demands thc niil-  ,wa.v commission should deal forcibly'  with the .0. P. R., .taritV, which is'  strangling tincle* in south Kootenay. -  - Conductor Crump h:i.s ' been ' tr.ms-  ferred'fioni Field, to Reveistoke and  will take the east run. lie bus purchased .ingineor Godda'rd's house, on  McICeiniic Avonue.   ,"',.   '  C. 1'. II. earnings shovved'n decrease  of .1.!)0,000 for the first week' in February, nnd the liiiind Titmk's'falling oil  was $2i50,O0O duo to load's boing.block-  edby stoims.'      .  ' 'A  The new schedule of limits in.the C.  I'. H. shop.*- between' A'nncouvcr nnd  Fort William,'provides' foi nn eiglit  bom dny for the-entile week. - The  half holiday on 'Saturday* billioito al-  low'ecl duriJig thospiing and  summer  THE RAILWAY  COMMISSION  months will be discontinued.'  TERRIBLE FIRE  Rochester Swept And Millions. Of  '    '    Property Destroyed.  ���������"Rochester, Feb 20���������Fito this morning did damage to the t extent, ot  foui  ;������r Ihe million doilais to this city.  Rochester. Feb. "20���������Thc sun set   tonight     with    ten     engines    pom rim  streams of water on thoiuins of what  -wns  pi.ictically ' the   letail   diygoods  dittiiot ot thi-city,   for  tlnce out of  .the live dep.utiueiit.il stores weie consumed   in this   morning's   dis.istious  Tire,    the  laigest  of   which   was   the  Si I bey  Lindsay   Cc.     Insuinnc'c men  aie still   figuring cm the  kiss which  they now place at $-1,000,000.    Of this  amount ir*7a0.000 represents the loss on  buildings and (the  balance on  stocks  of goods nnd ro occupants of ollice* m  addition.'   It   is estimated  that  2i)00  people aie thi own out of woik temporal ih at least.  . Its'Scope And'Powers. ��������� ���������'  Industrial Canada, which'has employed a railway expert to.'go into the  matter, Qif   railway    tariffs -and   the'  o     -   .    y .1'. . r  powers of the commission' oser- them.  ��������� ��������� ��������� i       i       ��������� '      %>���������.-'        '. -   -  publishes   an   inteieStir.g   aiticle on  this'important subject".^ Our contemporary summarises tlie powers of  the  railway    commission: as   .follows:���������  Rates higher than' traffic, ''will '.bear,  of  discriminating   character   can4lie  dissailowed; adjustment'of'grievances  over failure  to supply  cars, railways  may be compelled to pay their customers demurrage for delay of cars in  the  simie way that customers are liable to  demurrage for delay   in loading or unloading.    Railway companies .can   be  compelled to promptly'settle, freight  claims instead of' delaying them  over  months as is now done by the,C. P. R.  As a matter''of  fact 'the commission  has now under consideration  compelling the railway  co'mpnnies"..to settle  for lost freights aiid overcharges within thirty days'- .       ' ',/-  ,    - '  If the Lnuiier government had done  nothing eise'thnn provide ,tho people  of Canada with, such machinery, for  egulatiiig the'mnnagementjand correcting the abuses of the railway companies it would be entitled to the confidence of the people.-' -  Mrs. John Bangs. -  ��������� .'.   ' Mrs. F. W. Jordan and family, of  Nakusp, aie back again on their ranch  at Edgewood.     J  Mr. and Mis. J. Genelle and family  of Nakusp are staying in the valley,  the guests of B. J. Bungs. c  ',Mr and Mis. Ci. Broderick  and   son  left for Nelson on the ilth, where they  will stay a  .short   lime 'before going  .east. Af ,      . ��������� '���������      '-j.  The.closing down of the Vaie-Co,-  liimbiii lumber _camp,' is, making  cjuite a chiinge .in the population of  'the valley, and the men who weie em-  ployed'in thc camps a i-e being obliged  .to look elsewhere for work.  Hid you ever stop  to think that  u  WEILER"  Stands   for  good  lelmble good-s ���������>  THE WAR.  (Cunt intied, from Pnjro Two.)  . 'A* large and experienced organization enables'lis  ,'���������,,_. to- .present  styles   notable    for   effectiveness  and  '     '/,h.igh   furnishing 'qualities,   at   prices' no ��������� higher  ���������than'the .ordinary kind.   ,    /    ':","      ( "    ;  ���������^BNITUBE,  CARPETS,, CURTAINS,'WALL   PAPER'S"   '  .  " '   Complete House Furnishings    *    '       ;  ' _ Write for large illiistnited catalogue���������it is if ami inte'iesttn-',  ' *'  WEILER BROS:,       ': VICTORIA, Bv Q.  ' For Stomach Troubles.  ���������     ���������>   i ,'   *  , "Ih.ive-Uken a great many different ineclicines for stomach tioublo and  constipation," says Alts. S. Gei'ger, of  Dunkei-lon, Iowa, " bui/never had its  good ipsults from any.as <ftom Chamberlain's Stomaclr.-inci Liver Tablets.'  For sale by all Druggists.  CURLING.  '   *    't. f. busteed,  Kociten.i) Sinieriiit'endcnt (J'P  It. -'  -* T  F. Ihistccd, superintendent of tbe  Kootenai-^division ot, the C. P* R . was  a  pupil  of McGill   College, Montreal,  wheie 'he' took  the ..science   couise  After-leaving theie .he  vvas'cmployed  on government suiveys1 foi   the Canadian, Pacilic   i.iilway   in' I870-S0   ,'jn  ISSl'he was assistnnl" engineei for the  same.company, and    icinained  with  them in that capacityandasdiusionul  ��������� ngineet   on   constiuction'-until   the  ���������-uninioi of 1SS0'   Constiuction having  bien completed, he went  to   Viiginin  wheie be spent a vear on i.iilway woik  as locating engineei.  - Mi   liiibteed was foi a time engineei  ior thc City or  Ihistol. Tcnn.     lie io-  tuined to the Canadian Pacific Mil\\a\  o.iily in IS02. and   has   been  with the  company, ever   since   as   lo.idiuastcr  lesidont    engineer    on   the   wostein  division,  cugineoi   ol  way  nnd shnc:  lines   and   division   engineer   on' the  Pacific  division.     Ho  was appointed  supciiiilcntlijiit   of   distiict  No. 3 iii  October last &  , "The mm lied curlers beat the singles  at. Tiout Lake bv 34 to 6.    ,'      - '  The fnllbwing nie tlie,result's of .the  w eck*s play :���������        . v <���������  . Giocn curlers, I^eld .beat Bain 13-11',  Hc.'vvo beatAVolls 13-11.    ���������     '* v  "Bums trophy: Rac beat Uppci J4-S;  Brown beat Kincaid 11-10.^  'Eiimt.iblc cup:"McCarter defaulted  lo Upper; Upper beat Rao 12-10.    -  _, Kincaid plays,   Uppei   in. finals  Kquitabic, und  Rao   ])lays   Upper  finals foi 'Burns tioplues. , ���������   -.    ���������  for  in  HOCKEY.  r~  ]n response io an invitation fiom  Rossland. (lie Ladies , Hockey club  fiom , Reveistoke* jeslciday sent the  following team to do battle on then  behalf:��������� 31 is-es Coi ley . Sawyer, Buck.  Coleman. Pettipiece. und J)un. Mr.  nnd Mrs Hews accompanied the players.  BANKING.  The Nugget is agitating for a bank  a I Poplar.  The Impoiial Bunk has closed ils  branch at I-'crgiison and tiansferretl  Uie stall' to Tiout Lake  RAIL AND STEAMER  The blacksmith shop and oil dept,  of the C. P. R. at Regina was binned  on Monday.  Half the blacksmith dept. of the  new C. P. R. shops nt Montreal, including 400 ft. of wa I, caved in.  The Russian government arc offering .1>l(i a diiy to railway men to join  *khe staff of the Siberian railway.  Truth savs nil*,ices from Montreal  aliow the Grand'Trunk Pacific railway  Trill be carried out in its entiiety.  Wednesday'* No. 1 was wrecked, at  ���������Castle Mountain- thiough a broken  .rail.   Three cais were overturned  but  Sawmills in Vancouver aie.to foi m  themselves into a joint stock company.  Thc C. P. R. has changed its. mind.  Ft will not go into thc lumber iiu������i-  ness. s  The H.ubrir Limber [Co. expect to  have their mills lcsiune opeiatiotib by  middle of Aa il.  The ICainloops Sawmill Co. ate applying foi nnthoiity to impiovc Adams  river and Adams'and Shtiswap lakes  foi logging purposes.  Tiie Woi Id says: '"Tbe attitude of  the C. P. 11 in refusing to ieduce the  height rates on lumber will have the  inevitable effect of taking away the  business with Manitoba and the Northwest from the manufacturers of this  piovince mid handing it over to the  mills on the other side of the line.  Such was the opinion c.\piessed by  some of the local lumbermen when  inter viewed with relation lo thc published statement." cicdited to Mr. F.  W. Peters, height trallic manager of  the western lines of'the C. P. R., as to  the intention of the C.P.R. not to  accede to the request to lower the  fi eight rates on lumber consigned  from this coast to points in Manitoba  and the Northwest.  CHURCHES.  AVOI.ICAN-  Thc synod of the diocese of 'Kootenay will meet at Reveistoke in June.  A meeting" of Inches ot St. Pefeis  chinch was held ,1'iiday to niinnge  the lcception and entot t.unment of  \isitois  ' ' PKi:si!Yn;i{iA.v.  Sunday 'Feb. 20th���������Tbe morning  subject, '��������� JVeis. not heaieis;'"E\cn-  nig subject, '-'J be only founciution.'  Special music by the junior choir in  thc evening.  THE GREEN ROOM.  Mar. 1(5, "Miss Pauline Johnson, and  Mr. Wulker McRae."  HEIR T0$4,000,000  Interests  An   Arrowhead  Family.  Mis. P Moig.in. an old lad.v who  has hved in Peterboio foi a nunibei of  veais is, it i= behoved, the lioness to a  foitune of four million doHai-. (be ad-  ministiation of which is now, in (hi*  English couit of chaneeiy.  Mis. Moig.in can ti.ice by recoitls  which she,bus in her posCssion diiec-t  heirship to Ceoige Mompcsscn. un  l'jnglisliman^vith laige OM.ites, whose  nephew, Captain Moniposseu, seiveii  with the British troop- undci^Wolf. in  the capture of Qribec. Mis. Moigan is  the only -un-iving dc-cendant of Cup-  tain Mompesscn, w hci w.is tiic iliiect  heir of Ceorge Mompessen.  II. T...stiiekl,ind. u .son-in-Iuw of  Mi-. Morgan, took tbe matter up  ssmc time ago, but, becati-c- of a luck  of the necessaiy doeiiments, u clcui  claim wa- not ptoven. Later, however, the missing documents have  been found, and her son, Ch.nle~ Morgan, of the Mcichimt-* bank, Montieal.  has been actively engaged in pushing  the matter, and now there aie good  hopes of a speedy settlement.  The Mrs. Morgan men tinned above  is the mother-in-law of Mr. JI. T  Strickland of Peterboio. Out., father of  Mrs. Bailee of Arrowhead.  '/Paris, Feb. 25^-The wrecks u t' Poi t  Artlmr'aVe said tb'CeTitXcbVbidciuble  distance from the harbor entrance,  which remains open. ' "   '  .   London', Feb.-25-The British" foreign  office bus received an ollicial  despatch  .raying that not one of, the  .Japanese  torpedo boats wns injured   mi   the'attack on'Port Ar thm yesterday.       "'  f London, Feb. 25-Piemicr Balfour, in  ^the house of commo'ns'todayjsuid that  there was no triith-iti.the" report that"  Gieat I3ritian,in tended to seize certain  'points on aire  Spanish.- coast >. in   the  event of a continental war.    'He  said  Hie relations between-the   two  coun-  tr ies are,'and are' likely   to' lemain, of  a" most friendly character.  'St.. Petersburg, 'Feij. 25���������Rutiiois  are"in .circulation here this evening  th.it'.a bomb.udment of Port;Arthur  is now going on. '  London,-Feb. 25.���������Premier  Balfour  hud  sufficiently lecovcred  his .health  to come   fiom, Biigliton   to   this  city-  today to preside at a cabinet meeting.  Piior to the meeting the  French am-  bassadoi   called   .-it-ili'tyforetgn"ollice  and   had   an   boms   talk   with   Jjoul  Lansdowne., Theie is good'le'ason to  believe that a settlement*of  all   n at-  Hciis in ���������dispute''between   Fiance and  Groat' Britain is oh the eve  of  beine  arranged.     .-   ,'       .  .   Port Arthur, Feb. 25.���������At about one  o'clock'yesterday morning'-tlie -Japanese made a'desperate attempt to block  the entiancc to the"inner harbor  and  dock., _With this object four'nieicliMi'it  steamers, accompanied'.by two torpedo  boats, were  sent'- fiom   two  sides  towards  tho  entiancc Jn   the. channe'.  The movement   wns peicer.ed   by the  Retvi/,in, -which    wns   lying   in    the  channel, and  which opened   tiie  immediately. '  At,the same time the guns 'of the  shoie battoiies weie tinned on the  enemy, and a unions cannonade ensued lasting until live in the morning, resulting in the sinking of the  four incicbant vessels.  Tokio, Feb 25���������Tbe .Japanese  government today passed the lamous  White whiskey claim by handing  United States minister Griscon tbe  (halt loi it*! 15,000 )i) favor of the  American oTiaduig Co The claims  aioso fiom a customs decision lend-  eied in 1000, hold,ng an linpoil.ition  of S.000 bands of whiskey to,be alcohol nnd incieiising the duty fiom 40  to 250 pei cent. The .1 ipanose at fiist  lejectcd the claim loi lopayment.  Xewclung. Feb. 25���������It is icpoited  boie that the Japanese have landed at  Possiel Bay, about 70 miles fiom  Vladhcistock and have begun.in,iic-h-  mg toward K'n in.  London -Feb. 25���������If the tepcu-t ol n  .lapani-e lantlingnl Possiel liayshoiilcl  pin\e collect a most inipoitant^iiiove-  inenl i~ lovc.iled. ns n jioints to un  attack oa "Vladivcclr-..;:,  E: B. EDDY'S  ���������<5S  ^    'TvING  EDWARD" iaK)s.  -   "HEADLIGHT,-! 000s.,   ,," ,  .  "EaGLE," 100s and 200s.  "VICTORFA:"     '  1    -LITTLE COMET."  '  for' sale everywhere.  bo  ' i 'Are the best that can be "bought. /  - - )      - , i  Don't experiment w.ith other and inferior/brands.  (^/$������-r^lr$'f$f$'������$'J������^f$ ($������$c4 r$ f$������<f'f$ r$ ($r$ ������^f rf">$f$f$ rv������ r$f$>fr-3^i  <$������  c^.  <$������  f$>'  HOTEL   LARDEAU  i i r      <  :    '"   COMAPLIX ^^���������  The-Best House in 'Town.     -    Well Furnished    -  x Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS aiid CIGARS 'kept in Stock.  .:    .. * > /" '   "\      .   '-  ffT. HAMILTON. Proprietor. -  '  -  (fo  \������?  -  t 'Ay  ^7 t&i-i  J    tfo  .  Good Table (&>���������  "r$>  Newly  built  REVELSTOKE, B. O  ABRAHAMSON   BROS,   PROPRIETORS. '    ' "'  ' First-cl.i'-s in every respect.  ���������'  All rirodem conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms.  Rates SI.50 per Day Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout  Lake, under same  nt.  ORIENTAL, HOTEL  ably .furnished with the choicest the. market  ��������� affords.       Best   Wines,   Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $t a day.     Monthly rate.      ������������������ *���������  CT-  ALBEET      STOITE,      PBOB  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  9i  A in,in named Peiosici was btought  befoie 1!. (iotdon. J. P.. on Prnl-iv.  ehaigc'd with forgci,- of onlerson (be  Ilaibnr Lumbi'i company, and ic-  niandcd for five* days. (  Dr. Cross bicnight fiom Arrowhead  to the hospital last nighl u man nu'ined  Hickaid, who had his shoulder dislocated while working for the Uig Mend  Lumber Com pa uy.  " Why Smith' Left Homo'' wns on  tin* bnuiils at tin- opera house* lust  nighl, nnil was one of the bt*s| things  ever given in lle'VcKliike. The coni-  pnny will ic-appear tonight and deserve u crowded house, for (hoy ptuvido  nn e\c-elleiil onlc'itiiinincnt.  Rooms in Suites ivil/i Baths and   Toilels attached. Jluxfng liol  and Cold Water, J aside Toilets on each'floor. Gas Lighted and  ' Steam Heated Throughout.'  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       = l"    GOLDEN, B. C.  COMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG,      -       -       -     Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Travellers  to   Fish Creek will find excellent  accommodation  at this Hotel.  FIRE l/ALLEY  From Our Own Correspondent.  W . Knopp of Armstrong, is here on  a visit to his wife's  parents.  Mr. and  The Prince Mining  and Development Co., Limited Liability.  NOTJGi: 1SM1;RI;UY OIVKN t licitthu aimu.il  uicnliiiK of llio shnrc'lieililcrs of Tin:  I'litsci: SliMvei zivii I)i-.m*i.oi-M!:ni- Comi-ini.  LlMm.D Li villi,nv, will Im lii'ld nt tlio ('eim-  ii.uiv's tillice's. First strc-ot, Heiwlstolco, il Con  Wcdiioscliiy, tlio ti till li iluv oT March. A 1) , l'KII,  nt tlio lttitiruf two o'cIcick 111 lho aftoriiooii, fur  tlio iiurno'.oof olcctniK ollie-ors for tlio oiimiuik  joar anil for all other puriiosos rclatniK to tho  mitiiiii-oiiidtit of tlio conipittiy.  It is projKiscd to iiinoncl llio iiy-luvvs by in-  croasitit; tlio nuinliorof directors to sovou  Tlio traiisfor liook of tlio coiuptiuy will ho  closed during tlio foiirlooti (lays nntiioeliatoly  IirocoeliiiK such mcctiii,,-.  Dated.at Rovelstoko, B. C, this 17th day of  FobruarjvA. D-, 1904. j  J. M. SCOTT,  Socrotary.  DAVE OH  The bosl Dnllm* n Duy House  in the town. *  nr.itids of W'ini':  nnd  C'igitts.  ."spirits  Wholesale and Retail'  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  -/ -"���������^^������������������^Calgary, Alberta I I)   1  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ENDERBY*  ���������     From our own Correspondent.  ; SOCIAL AND 'l'EKSONAL.       ,  G. W. Sharpe, our new station agent,  came in on Monday to  relieve  Mr. C.  1 E. Robitaillc who  has  been   transferred to Clanwilliam.    ,   ,  Both aro exceedingly popular with  >. the Enderby people,and we are pleased to welcome Mr. Sharpe (who has  been Agent ate Ei,derby on two previous occasions) and'sorry to bid adieu  to Mr. ltobitaille, who has'made, a  . host of friends during his short stay  in Enderby. , " '     ' ���������  Mrs. h. Norris and C. F.  Costcrton,  ,   ,       ,  of1 Vernon, and 11. 1) und as and wife of  Kolowna, were among  the visitors  to  , town this week. A rj    "*     '   ���������  . Mrs. llarrcp, of Victoria, left for  her'home on Ji'londuy aftor spending a  few weeks in Eiidcrby. '     ' '  '       ,    ouit usi:i.i:ss .mi:mhi;ii.  By watching tho proceedings of "the  , .local legislature for, the session just  closed, it is quite evident to, tho most  casual observer that when tho interests of the people of, tho Okunagaii dis-  ��������� trict needed protection it was incuin-  bent on two of the members "from  'other   ridings .(.lame's  Murphy mcni-  ������ l*    T i i /  -  ber for Caiiboo, and John Oliver niein-  ,  her for Dcltn)���������'to take a stand lor 'justice and honor.      , '  Surely' the ^member ,for Okaiiagan  'was placed'in a most  pitiful   position  When in the   house   tbo  members   re-  fori ed tb'asked   the  Hon.' Chief Coni-  rinissioucr 'certain   pointed    questions  with .regaid.-to 'the''building- oL the  Long Lukodani near Vernon.  *���������* i  The expenditure of $1,005.50, of the  people's money/may bo a^si'i all-matter  'but'whcn'thiit amount of the people's  'money is-spent for ' the benefit of-a  certain indiyi Inn I j to, tho detriment  and_ loss of certain other- individuals  to the extent of $2,505.00,' it  assumes  , u moie serious complexion.  0 It is quite apparent''from .the answers given by the1''I ton*. Chief Com-'  niissioner to the q cstions of,-Mcssrs.  Murphy and Oliver,.thai, the alleged  reason for building thc clam   (the pio  , tection of thc City of  Vernon) is only  a myth; for  the  Chief Commissioner  ��������� failed to show tliat,  the  City of'Vernon had   ever a^ked to have the daiii  ���������*  Bovril  in tHe Kitchen.  i , ,  The object of cookery should be to prepare tqpd ih the  most nutritious, 'palatable I and easily' digestible form.  BOVRIL' is the "embodiment of all' these qualities and  is therefore-, of paramount' importance .in the kitchen  where a. little of it added*to soups', gravies, stews, etc.',  gives , relish and real nourishment, to' even' the "most  tasteless dish.  '��������� ' ' ���������  CANADIAN FORTS.  "Being Put on War Footing���������Artillery Mobilised and, Every Fort  '.        ���������   Manned.  constructed.  st.  Ts it possible that "the member for  , Okaiiagan, who holds ii water record  'of 1500'inches on the stie.nn mnimig  out of Long Lake, and who also-owns  a tiact of land on the st,ieamcbolow,  ���������bad any dosiie to luci'ciischis faciliMcs  Ior in igation ? c  Can thc position of the member for  s Okaiiagan in this matter be considered  an enviable one, and does'he feel that  bis has-been i magnanimous action,  when by causing tbe dam to b * constructed out of thc people's money, it  has in]iired several small ranches,  causing their hind to be submerged !  The'people in the Okanagan district  must certainly feel proud of their rcp-  '  re-entative when   it   is  incumbent on  the , members of other   nclings   to  see  that justice is meted out to them.  From our own Correspondent.  "We aie having fine weather here  lately       ������ ' -  A heavy'wind stcnni passed over  here last night.  We are glad to report M. "Sopor is  improving slow Iy..  'J'he public school i* again open  after a week's bivid.iy on account of  the accident to Miss Grenfcll.  ��������� Mr. Mcl-CUsOck has barge No. 2 for  the Harbour Lumber Co. well on the*  way. He beat the i .-co-d on barge  building on Xo. 1, but hi intends to  beat all records on thi-s one. These  are six-car barges and are built without posts, which, seems to be much  better. The boats as well as the  barges which Mr. Mcls'issock has  turned out have proved be i.s a  thorough workman and hoat builder,  and all bin work has been satisfactory  to the owners.  .Mr. Ornott and .family, who have  been here for some time, have moved  to Arrowhead.  George IJrodrick, who baa been  working for thc Vale Columbia Lumber Co. here, taking out log.", has gone  on a visit to Keel Deer, bis wife going  east to bis folks on a visit also.  Mrs. Tone, of Fire Valley, passed  through here en route for Edmonton  on a visit to,her folks.  Feb. 23 rd.  '   A   despatch    from    Halifax    says:  ���������'Every Fiirness lino' steamer  coining  into this porfis landing heavy explosives and big guns, which arc distributed, among  tho  harbor   fortifications  and also shipped  to  Esqiiinia.lt.  ,Tlio  local consignments are being mounted  as  rapidly, as   possible    Some   1,800  men have been at work making changes in the fortifications under the direction of cngincer.olliocrs,'dismounting'ail the old guns and placing new  ones in'position. ��������� '  Acting under orders from the war  oflicc, Gen. Parsons, commanding the  imperial forces in Canada, has ordered  a mobilization of the Ik-yal Artillery,  calling fur'thc manning of every fortification . in ctbe Dominion by eveiy  available man. All the guns will be  thoroughly tested , and * searchlights  used ovcrv1, night'. Nest week a dc-  tachment of cnginccis will'leave for  Esquimau It and heavy .shipments* of  ammunition'iuid supplies will, go foi*,  ward." ���������  Lord D'undonald is not going," to  England, for fear-of trouble in thc  Far ' East, into which Groat Britain  may be drawn, necessitating measures  fpr piotccting the British Columbia  coast.  . GRIP AND PASSWORD.  i/  or..      ,  Vernon   has  been selected   as next  place of meeting of the Grand   Lodge,  and   next   12th   July celebration is to  be held at Vancoliver. - ���������-  Thc election-of officers resulted as  follows :���������G. M.. T. Duke, Vancouver-,  D. G. M.. J. Wallace'. Victoria; J. D-  G. M.. D. C. Mc! aren. IC.unloops: Gr.  Chaplain, Rev. Rr M. Powell, Vancouver: Gr. Sec. Edivi.*. Bush. Mission;  Gr. Tro.i-**.. John J. Tiilk, Vancouver;  Gr. Lecturer. W. Dnniop, New Westminster: D.C , N". Wood. New Wc=t-  n.inster;   1).  Gr.  Chaos..   Rev.   I-'.   S.  ;      'Tendency of. the Times,  The tencloncy^of'medical science is  toward    preventive    measures, '"Tin*  . . i  best thought, of the world is being given to the subject,' It is easier and better to'���������prevent "than to cure.    In  bus  been fully demonstratedi tliat  pneumonia, one of lhe most clangorous diseases'that medical men-have  t'o-contend with,   can   be prevented  by; the  use ol.,Cbamborlain'8 Cough -Remedy.  Pneumonia, always results from a cold  or from am attack of influenza (grip),  and  it   has  been   observed' that   tbi.s  remedy counteracts ..any  tendency of  these    diseases   toward1"  pneumonia.  This lias been  fully pi-nyen.in  many  thousands of cusus-in which this rem-'  edy has  been   used .during the great  prevalence of colds and gi ip' in, recent  years, a nil can be i-elied^iipnn with im '  plic-it  confidence.     Pneumonia   often  results .from.������  slight   cold9when "no  clanger is apprehendedCuntil it is .suddenly discovered  that'there  is fever  and difficulty in 'breathing and pains  in the cbestrtlien it is announced that  lhe  patient   has   pneumonia,    iio   cm  tbo safe side  and  lake Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy as soon as the cold is  contracted.     Jl    always    cmos.     For  sale tiy nil druggists. . ;*- ;  The Secret of- Long Life and  How to Overcome WasH  ,  To "Know thyself," is to take nclvantnRe  of life's secrets anil"equip one's self with  an armor which will succ. ."-fully resist th';  attack of disease it:  the battle of life.  The old idea of fate  or "kismet,',' 'anil  that a person always dies when his  'time comes, is now  exploded. Every  uiechiiiiisin.-whelli.  i, er made by God ot  uian,_lias a clefiniM  amount of .wi-.-u  and its life can be  lengthened oi  'shortened according to tlie can* lhat  is given it. If accident or carclcbs-  1 ncss destroys i the,  , , ^works of the'watcb'  or the human uiccliiiiiism an cud comes  to its usefulness, hut it has not actually  "tt'oru out." Man's i-ystc-ni at times gets  rusty like the wheels of the wateli and  only needs a'litile, cleaning and oiling to  put,.it in shape for life's battles.  An imitation of nature's method ofre-  fitoiinff waste of tissue and impoverishment of the blood and neivotis force is  used when yoio take an alterative'extract  of herbs and roots, without the use of alcohol, like Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Bis."  covery. This vegetable medicine coaxes  the digestive functions and helps iu the  assimilation of food, or rather enables the  organs to take from lhe food just lhe  .nutriment the blood requites.  ' Trof. 1. IJ. TnugiKiy, ofCit St.'refer Street, Que.  lic-c, writes: "I l-.nil Ik.-c:i ill for some tune with l.a  Grippe ami[did not icj-tin my strength. Within ;i week after using- !>,-, rierec-s Golden,Medical Discovciy. I was able to be around (i{*niu,  raid I found that my system was entirely free  fiom any of the bail effects of l.a C.ripfi':. 1  now keep n bottle of tlie-' Golden Medical I)i������-  coverv* on hand, ami. when I catch cohl, take a  few doses, which keeps nie in pel feet health.  As a builder up of lost siiciiglli und vitality I  do not lx.-lii-ve your -Discovery' has an equal.n,  Accept no substitute for"Golden Maclic.il  Hi,covery." Theie is', nothing "just a3  good" for diseases of the stomach.   ,, --  L)r Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, the best,  laxative for old people. They cuie coa->  Etipation and biliousness.  HENRY'S NURSERIES  ���������  '      ' 3010 Westminster Roiid;  Thousands of Fruit and  ' Ornamental Trees!  ,  Rhododendrons, Roses,  -    Greenhouse and Hardy Plants.  '' ���������     -   Homo-Grown and Imixirted  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  .. ���������    i   ��������� .        ,  ,    '       For Spring Planting. X  '   ��������� i    , ,        ��������� ���������- j ' p  Eastern prices or less.  ,  -���������\Vhitc labor.  -    /FERTILIZERS.  Bee .'Hives and, Supplies.  'Cut Flowers und.Designs.,,  Catalogue, free.      ,'       * '    ,,  : M'/U;':HENRY,.'.  -'.    'iVancouvkk; 13: C.    \ ���������  H. B. STONEX,    ������  MACHINIST IND - ������fM$ra'   v --    ;���������r  , OppoRito Control-Hotel, RovolBtikc.   \  Lathe and General Machine \Vork  "' >     ������������������   Piompily "Executed. , -'  :������  ti:m::e , table  S. S.' "Archer" oi- S. s'.' "lardeau/  Runtiinir botween < Arrowhead,   Thonitwn's  Landing ami Coiiui|ilix, comiiioiieiiiK Oct- Hth,''  UK)!, will will ns follows (wont lior pci-mittiiiK): <  -Lcavo  Arrowhead   for- TlioiiiBon'a   Ijandlntt  and Cloniaplix tvvico dally at 10k.' anil 1.1k.  Leave Cont'ipllx and Tltomson's Landing for  Arrowlioad twico daily at 7.115k. and 12.45k.  Making clowi cotinocti'oiiR   with .all C. P.R."  trafiiH anil boato.    ,-,.,,*,      ,   ,       .       *;  Tlio owiici-h reserve the' right to ehnn o time*  of Hailliign without notice, y-      '  THK FItKI) IIOBINSON LUMUKItCO.L'TD.  '    . ', K. nOHlNSON.    ,,;  Ma'nngltig Director.  i  ,  i  -s I   I  -IJ  ���������ill  KURTZ & GO'S CIGARS  The Best on tho Market.-    "'  KUltTZ'aOWN     ci-   iu  KUKT/;Sli,rONBER  -"  .KUUTZ'S' SPANISH BLOSSOM  .    - -'ii  arc' Brands tliat can't he beaten.  ' MADE BY UNION LiS.BOIt.  NOTICE.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12,  ������. E. ADAIItyx.G.  Meets every Tuesday  - evening in' Selkirk  Hall - at , 8 o'clock.  Visiting bretliien cordially invited to nt-  -tond.      ^  '    J. MATHIK. Sue.  To Pari Tiiiifliioriisen. Theodor -Tolleft-pn and  William Allen or any per-on or poi-.sonsto  whom thev may have assigned (heir Interest  in (ho Viilliall.i giotin consisting of Viking,  Valhalla. Odin and Thnr iniiionil claniia on  ���������.'llig creek, silii.ilo on iho westsiduiof nnrlli  anil of Upper'Arrow,, Luke, Lnidi-aii Mining  Division. West ICooteiiny District, llnlish  Ceiliinihi.t:  You uie hereby notified that T, lho under-  Mgiicel. have e\|iended for ynu the sum of S-^-'O  in Ial or, iiiipiovuinonthiiiiil reeoi ding fees upon  tlie said Viking. Valhalla,'Oilin and Their 'Mill-  ei.il claims-, iniiloi- the provisions of tho Mineral  Act, and if wil Inn ninety tliiv-s from thediiteof  tins notice you fail or i el use t,o eoiili-ibiitu tlio  afoi-t's.iiil Mini, together witii nil costs of advertising, your interest in the said mnieiul claims  will iiuenuie the proiierty of the undersigned  iinilt'i-section I of tlio j\cl. enl it led "An Act to  Amend the Mniei.il Aud;.' HMO. -'  Dated this -2ndday of December, MM.  '     v     ,-. ,        D. U. S'I'ARKEY. -  Kootenay Lodg-e  No.lHA.P.&A.M.  The regular nieel ings  are held iu the Masonic   Temple,   Odd-  eorchally welcomed  C. A. I'ltOCUXIEtt, Sncrii;i\tKV.  H, W.   EDWARDS,  TAXIDERMIST.;*   "'  DEER HEADS,.BIRDS,, ANIMALS  ;��������� MOUNTED.    ,  Reveistoke,-   -    -.  ',B. C.  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paia  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer ln~s���������^nmzzg*  BEEF,    PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All otdefs inoni|,tlj lilled.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E.���������W. B.Paget, Prop.     /,  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc., to any part of tho City. < '���������  <. AnytKind of Transfemng'  ' ^'.Undertaken.- '    ���������  All' orders, left   at R.  M. Sinythe's  Tobacco Store, or by Telephone, No.  vvill receive prompt iiLtriition.y        **  OOEAN STEAMSHIPS,  y i *   ���������      .   ,'������������������.'..,  -,    Royal Mall Llnoi. ' .  Cheapest Route to tho Old Country.  ' ',    ''.'ALLAN LINK. '  " "  Krom St. Joins, Halifax, Portland, New Yorfc.  l'rotoflnii.:.;....' !.,..'.' lAib. t������  Ijuirenl Inn '. , '...,.'... Kelt. 13  Illlll'lll r,...' Ii'ob. IB  Sleiliim  :....'. '.Kuli.!27  Iliiviii'iiin i Mar. 3  i DOMINION LINK-Krom Port land.' ,"    ,'  fiiimilii....'.* ['. :..'..'...l'*eb. (t  Dominion.'.: .'Wu. 27  Canada  '..a,.. Mar. 12  ,()AN. l'AC. ATLANTIC S. S.-Kh)in SI. John.  Laku Manitoha '.'.' Fob. 6  I.ak-ii C'liiiiuptiiin ...r l-'ob. 20  /  Lalco ICriu.  ���������wurrn stah^link  Mnji-xliu   Oceanic '���������'..'��������� '..  '���������eltio   Cmlrio "... '.....  .Majestic   ..Mar.15   -  Kroni New York.   .'. l'Vb. 3  I  ���������.l-'oti. It)  ....'. ". Koli. 17    VuliAU  ...!........."..Mar.'.!-,  OUNAHD.LINK-Ii'roni New York..  KIruri.-i .'..."���������'." Keb. (J  Uinbria    '. Keb. IH  Ivi'inia ; l>'e;b. lit)  Ciuiipanlii .' '. ���������".. .. Pel). 27  ICtrui-iii '..' ,. ,. ,. Mar. S  PasHeiigei'K lickoted tht-otigli torall  parta of1  Great llritaiu and Ireland, and at t-pcciully low  rales to all parls of  the l*nro|ican continent.  Apply to nearest railway or Hteanibliipagent or  ,lo        ��������� ' ';    ,     , , .  T.  W. BKADSlBtAW, Agont, Ro vols toko,  W. P. F. CUMMINGS," Pacific Affont.  i  ������-^k yy ~PEZK.|"T"0        Trademarks'  b*J,r\   I   ELlN.rO    and OopyriBht*,'  '      -   '     obtained iu nil iroiuitrius. ,  Rowland' brittain,"  y    Registered Patent .Attorney    * *  .Mechanical Attorney and-l-'ugiiteer.,  Hoom'ri, Ii*aii-lield*;i)IocU, tlranvilluht., nc.ir I'.O  VANCOUVER,   B.. C."      ' , ���������  A pos.lc.iul will seeure an evening appoint  tnent for those who cannot,call (lining the day  REVELSTOKE, B.,0., I  :uiri Kluv; streets  Place Your Orders-  with   ns   in   time    for  CHRISTMAS  CAKES and '  Christmas Groceries.  THEyffi^Sf  - Kant of-MolhOtih Hank       -      lievelstoke.  * *    . ',      '  Koi- yruir nii'til.s.   Open day and night."  Meals &)C anil upward.   Special weekly ,  rates.    Goeid service giinr.-inteed. " ,  YOOO FlJ.IIf,'Proprietor."',  ���������V-  f.      ".   .      i 'A   -'���������'..   ���������  ��������� WiiiQ- 6Iuino-'s:ne\vly im-  ported " stock  of  Chinese  and/Japanese goods..' X'  ',  The best assortment ever  "landed, in   Reveistoke ,of,  useful     and     ornamental  articles:     , -    .  Ji\  'I'ea KerviccB  I'lales  llaskeli.    ^    *  i Cano (Jhaii-5  lliindkei'c'hiefh  , lriower 1'otn  Umlirella Stands  l/iinch Hnsketji  Smoking Jacket it  Silk Hoods.  ,   GOLD KISII  Finest stock of candiorf and ft nil. in town.  Front Street, Reveistoke  F.  Exporter df Furs.  O=terhout, Victoria; Itev. A. K. Rob-; T  erts. Knderby; Kev. F. G Ch'ristm.i?, \ \  Cumberland; T). Gr  McSpidden, Vancou  Jolin VValm-lcy, Vancouver. i  The   per   capita :iss(-s>ment was in- !  creased from 2~> to (i'i cents per head.    -,  .   Lectiirer,   Capt..'!  iver; D.  Gr.   Sec.' j  FS5&X*,    it������fINCJU ~e-*  C.   If.  ljiif,'rin   IniH   purchased   the  NEW PATENTS.  Rowland Biittnin. Patent Afternicy,  Vanciinvcr, reports the following  parents lcci-ivc-il lecently by Jb'iti-h  ���������.'eililiniii.i inventors : 0  II. It Ainler-im, Dtmcans, [{ (',,  Canadian Patent, on an acetylene- jjas  jieiieriitiir. '"  .1. ('. Miiiineiin. Vaiie-cmver. I-'reiie-h  nnd liriti.sh patents em hi.- sti)rfjtype  inatri.v frani".  \Y. .1. Ctimminifs, f',,rt Mcyxly, llrit-  ijh patent on wrecking device.  jV. I). Sibley, Port Hammond, and  I?. Doivsu'ell, Vancouver, llritish patent, mi iiiiprcived snap lock.  H. Coneli-en,   Vancoiiver,   Ciinadiaii  patent on -stove pipe vciitilator.  . ('���������.   A.    Roe-dele,   Vancouver,    (J. S.  patent on loose leaf lcdKer.-.  C. Scliu II berfjer, Tacomn, Ca nnd inn  patent on his pile protecting compound,  10. C. .Nfnbony, Vancouver, Canadian  patent, on portable "wnlI sections for  house building.  NOW IN ITS 39th-YEAR   .  The lading minfni; pfriodic.il of t!io  worl'l, -with ilx** ���������stioi'-^cst editon il staflTof  an/ t'*clitnc;il publication.  5"i'v������<"riptjon    SS.OO    .1   y������������;tr   (incliicling  C S , Caii.tdi.jp, Mexican postage.)  S-impI-f copy frt*������. S<*nd ft>r I>ooIc Calalo^uu.  'The Engineering and Mining Journal  261 Broadway, New York  Chamberlain's  Remedies,  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  f-'or Couj;hs, Colds, Crejup and Whooping Cough.  Price 25 cents; large size 50c.  Chamberlain's   Colic. Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy.  For Bowel Complaints.    Price 35 cents.  Chamberlain's Pain  Balm.  An antiseptic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, Bruises, Sprains'and Rheumatism.   Price 25 cents; large size 50 ceuu.  ENGINES.  Saw Mill Machinery  Wood Working- Machinery  Machinery for all purposes  All of very best makes.  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Freight Aqent., '  , , <     On  Saturday Mr. Greer,   C: P. It.  , . freight agent, met  the  board of trade  " to 'discuss  the, board's  request  for, a  ' i restoration of   the   distributing 'rate  ' formerly accorded to Kevelstokc. ���������,'      ,'  - i '��������� ��������� ,    . ,   '  Aid.  McCarter, Messrs. O'Brion^H.  J. Bourne and C. B. Hume took'active  ,.   ; fiiirt in the discussion.  -Asked why, Reveistoke  should pay  *'      r. , I    |  ���������,        ������ioie than Vancouver for freight from  the east, Mr.,Greer replied the C. P. R.  Iiad  to compete   with' "sailing   ships  ,i     around tho Horn ' and' tho American  ' *   railways.   *<   i   "   '   ' *'      -    -  Asked  why Reveistoke should not  /'luive as  low  rates from  the cast as  iJouth   Kootenay points iivith i, longer  , Iinul, Mr. Greer 'pointed^ out that the  y' i  C. P.li'. had to compete with American  0.1,1 *  roails'iit these points.' '   -        -    ���������<  On  it  being pointed out that the  ���������special distributing rates were'in force  ������tWinnipeg and   Calgary,,Mr. Greer  jsaidrtlrcre should  lie no,such uites���������  ���������      the company made a mistake iii giving  Hicni in the first place.     ' ���������    '  ,    ���������    Asked'why. lievelstoke could'not  '.   liave  thef foimer  rates restoictl, Mr.  -., /' ' r , "'  . Greer, said  conditions   had   changed  -- since then1. ' At that time all'tratlic for  ",     South  Kootenay came in via Kevelstokc; now it came in', by  the Crows  .'   'The .'high 'rates    to    intermediate  points on thc company's system were  ' - mentioned, and Mr. Greer replied that  theonly thing shipped east was lumber,  iind the cars'had to lie "brought back  to thc coast.   They would rather bring  "' them back full than empty.   Tliecom-  ., - pany bad plenty.of freight offering for  ," the east''in..Iuinlj������r'-bitt.veiv. little  / ri*- "^"i        "-    *  , 'coming west and must charge the in-  , terror points accordingly. .  (  ( One member lcniurkcd that it Iopkeel  like'making ."the public subsidize the  lumber industry-by milking them pay  ilie excessive' freight   rates   on ��������� the  BAD LEGISLATION*  What J. R. Brown, M. P. P. Thinks  ot the Past Session.  LUMBERING*  -The  In an interview with, .the Times the  member for'Grecnwood-'said:���������        ,  "Probably the most important bill  passed was the Assessment act. This  bill increases the taxes on both-real-  and personal property���������on real proper-,  ty.nbout 50,'pcr'ccnt, on personal- pro-  peityfrom 50 to 200 per cent. Some  of the provisions of this bill, notably  thoso dealing with personal property,  arc glaring examples ' of ill-advised  legislation. Banks aro favored at the  expense of other holders of personal  property, and a merchant will have in  many'instances to pay taxes,not only  on what ho owns but'on what he owes  as woil. ..TheIniquity qf thoso provisions was pointed out by the opposition again and'again) protests were  made,by many of tbe Boards of'Trade  "    r     " ,1    , i- .  and many other representative bodies in  province, but the 'government, aided  by their Socialist followers, voted them  through., Some of the ^irovisiotiB of  this act are so 'cxtraoidinary that  neither the Finance Minister,nor the  Attorney General could tell what they  meant when asked  to do  so on, the  floor of the house.       , . '     " ���������  ,. i i^   .  . *      *��������� * ,j  Tin; Mixkkat. Tax.     ,   *  -  ���������  ;   ,' "   '     ' *' -"      ������������������    '"      -  Notwithstanding the plank-in the  Consorviitive'platform, to "abolish the  two per cent" tax on minerals it still  remains. "The Assessment ""Act as  brought'down contained the same pro-,  visions with.regard to the same tax  as the old act.     .*- ' < ���������  ..    i.a      flN'JUSTICE RAMPANT. '     ,  1  Mr. Greer held out no hope  concessions   being , made to  .returned cars.   '     ,���������   ,,       -     t   ''���������   ���������  Mr. Giecr said thc C. P. R. were not  here for: their health'. '-\Thcir first ob-  ', jeet..was  to  make  a, protit/and after  ' that tbey considered  the public interest in the"way of encouiaging manur  1  facturcs.  ci   any  v"Ecvclstoke.~*1 If allowed'here Ihe'ncxt  thing would be an outcry from Kamloops and Vernon for similar concessions.. The man. he said, bad not  been found who'eduhn make a fi eight  tariff to satisfy everylioely.' Such a  nan would command a salary of $50,-  000 a   vear.    lie asked  to put their  i  grievance in writing, when the matter  could be further consideied.  .VlKWS  OF  Jilt.   IM'TIIllS.  On the iiriiv.il of C. P. It. Freight  Agent Peters at the coast, thc Province  ;isked him : '" What action -Sill the C.  J*. It. take with respect-tn the request  of Reveistoke that it be given distributing rates to points in the interior"?''  "Well, Mr. Gieci, geneial freight  agent in "Vancouver, met the Reveistoke merchants on S.ituiday, and discussed that matter. ' I may as well say  that under" the new mil way act the  rates asked ,for f would be illegal, as a  r.iihoad cannot favor any one point on  ' a load as against another. Theie is  some question'as to the legality of  ,soine of the distributing rates now in  effect.1 Again, as 1 said'befoie. the  present time is not piopitious, for requests for ieduced ,l.ites in British  Columbia.'' '  ROGERS PASS.  r  From Our Own Coiiu.sponilcnt.  AVc bad a very snowy winter, theie  is more miovv mound than ever known  eo far, and still snowing and blowing.  There bus not been many slides so far.  The sru-iw service and ex ha gangs  are kept very I* >y keeping tho road  cle'ir.  Mr. and Mr-  to Montieal,  ill health.    .1.  bis   gang and  plough.  Geo. Cat lisle, engineer, and \V. Kill,  fncman, have It ft hoc to work on the  hill at Field.  .liu*. 0. Foibe.s, cleilc foi C. I'i  Moms, is leavn-g for ihe const foi a  liolidav soon.  McMnlion   have gone  i".   McMnhon being in  Armstrong bas taken  s   i unning   the .snow  On tbe report of thc commission le-  ccntly niipointod to investigate mining conditions in Yukon no moie hydraulic leases will be gianted and mining must be under the placer legulii-  tions.  ' "In other cases the Government  aided by its Socialistic  followers voted  , , '   c- i  down amendments offered by the opposition, the* arguments*'in'favor of  which were unanswerable. This, need  not occasion" so-much- surprise when  wc take into consideration the,statement of' the leader of the Socialist  wing of the Conservative / party, made  on the floor of the house that. they���������  the Socialists.���������did'not cine wli'o were  taxed nor how. they were taxed; nor  how much, money was voted nor* whore  it*.was spent nor in -what, manner so  long as ^thc  burdens'of the working  classes,were not directly increased."  ' ���������   '. <��������� ,     "  A       ,    '    Railways.   -        .     -;'  -,,--.,,(.*-���������        - ���������*���������     .    - -  "-"Why is no," Railway " legislation  brought down, Mr. Brown?"  "The Government is recognized as a  weak Government but.its'failure to  bring down' any railway legislation  disappointed even some of 'its own followers. The opposition tried to spur  up the government to do its duty in  this regard as the records of tho house  vvill show. The Premier promised on  sevcial occasions, in answer to the  pointed questions'of the leader of the  opposition to take the house into his  confidence with icg.iid to his* railway  policy but in each case failed to keep  his woul, and m the last, to keep 'some  of his leliellious followers in line,  piomised a summer session to take up  tbe question.''  Roads and Trails.        ,  "Have you anything to say. about  appropriations''" was asked by the reporter.  , '"The appiopiiation for roads, hails  and bridges vv as cut clow n o\ er .$200.-  000. I'tbink this paisimonious policy  will lcsult badly, as in many lidiiigs  thc sum \otcd will not keep the existing mads and trails in lcpaii. ' '  Tin: Liberal Luai>i:k.  "1 believe Mi. Macdonald has given  gieat satisfaction as leader of the  opposition.'" snrd the reporter.  '���������The leadei of the opposition won  golden opinions fiom all sources for  the stiaight-forwaul, sensible course  pui-iiicd by him on'all questions that  cnnie up for con-idciatimi. Every  mcmbci of the opposition has tbe  greatest confidence in bis judgment,  integiity and ability. Mr. Macdonald,  as the ne.\t picntier of British Columbia, will be what this piovinco has  been wanting for a long time���������a sale  yet putgiessive man.  C. P. R. Won't Reduce Rates  V -Legislature Blamed.    /  The'C.'P. R. recently "complained  about.the high priccB of lumber on tbe  prairie, and thc lumber manufacturers  put'the C. P. R. up against it by risking the company, to lowor its'freight  rates so they could reduce prices.'  The force'of.the proposition is evident  from the fact ��������� that the C. P. R.'gets  more for freight* in'many* instances  than the manufacturer gets, for his  product. That was a horse of another  colour and now' wo 'find C. P.;R.  freight agent Peters says":,      ���������"'   -  "Shortly before I left Winnipeg,"  continued Mr. Peters, "the timber  manufacturers' of the coast and the  Crow's Nest,.district met' us, Vvith a  rctptest for a reduction, but we told  them emphatically that we could not  moot their wishes."' We explained" to  them that tho increase in our rates of  taxation in British Columbia rendered  it impossible for us' to 'consider reductions in rates.' It was further  explained to the lumbermen ttiat the  expense of ha riling empty,'cars west  over   tho  mountain  to receive .sliip-  j i r .  merits was another factor of expense  which had' to be'taken into consideration.',! To handle lumber, from the  coast a great many "cars have to be  hauled through tlie mountains at a  dead loss., ���������'.- " ., " -' ,- , ���������  "It's a yeryvpoor 'time for British  Columbiatpeople to ask the C. P. It.  to reduce rates. r It must be remembered that the Provincial" Government  has just i increased the taxation (in  railroads, and is taking money/out- of  the C. P. R. to build bridges* to' let the  Great Northern into the country..  The government''���������has ..increased the  taxable valuation from $2000 to ������l0,-  000 per mile. All, tbeburden'of-this'  tax. falls on the tC. P. It. which has  aproximatcly ' 050 miles of,, road in  British Columbia. *.<On' the.other  hand, ,tbe <Great .Northern, with less  than a hundred miles of track, hardly  fcels'tbe tax." Yes, the man who'asks  for leduced freight rates 'just now is  liable to pass nn uncomfortable few  minutes with the company.officials.  '"Does the C. P. Ity.intend to go into  thc,lumber manufacturing business ?"  "The C. P. R. has large timber  -limits' alongV'tlic .'line ���������of the Crow's  (Nest road, nnd Mr. Wbyte has said if  the selling price of lumber to tlTe  settlers in thc prairie districts is not  kept within'n proper figure, the company will place mills on its'timber  limits and manufacture. Whether or  not those mills will be built depends.  T believe, laigcly on the pi ices asked  for lumber iii "the future. Thc manufacturers say the cost of producing is  higher now than ever befoie, the  change being brought about by in-,  ci eased taxation and the higher .cost  of labor. They state they cannot  lower their pi ices to any gieat-extent.  However, the profits of the middlemen  may be excessive���������that may be where  tho tiouble lies. Wc have not yet  given tbe luinbciinen definite lcplics  on some of the points tbey brought up  at our meeting in Winnipeg."  %  r,  .<^_^sj..'-   "Advertised Responsibility'  The liberal adver-  -*',,- ,1 ,   ,        ,   * , _ 'I , .-- r      ,  tising of many  years liasi created '  Iii tiie public  a  justifiable expecta-  tion tliat the "Slater" Shoe      ;  combihes! comfort, durability,  1       ���������'/���������'��������� ,i,, , , a    i L *s        ,  fit, shape-r etention a;nd beauty  and to hold its trade its makers  are compelled to/make it as,'  as the public expiect  s.  Goodyear Weltfed  "For Men  COMMERCIAL.  The Ogilvie and bake of tlie Woods,  Julliiig t'onipauies have advanced tbe  1 u e oi flour ten cents, or to $5 30 pel  bai i el.  Tiout Lake i* agitatiim for a poit of  eusttiins entry, and W. A. G.illiher,  ~S\. V. is arianging to have a collector  appointed.  Nelson piiecs for Hour have advanced lo tfl.Tr") a sack, or $7 a bariel,  and tbe piice is liable to go to $2 a  sack, or *fS a barrel.  $4'.00    ���������  $5.pp   "  For Wooen  C: b; ihume <& eoi re-zelstoke  ', ��������� ' '   ",   "   d     " ,'���������*-.,���������   '    C -     " ,   " ?   -        ..      ' i t \        "c  Ag-ents at Grand Forks''Hunter,  Kendrick Co.'   Camborne Agents;- B. E.'Drew & Co.  be was a general favorite.' However,  what is Revelstoke's loss is .'.Calgary's  gain and1 we feel "sure that all his  friends here, who are legion; will* wish  him every success and'"prosperity in  his new position.  ";  MIDWAY & VERNON  RAILWAY     :  eiSa,*  Surveyor Ashcroft, Returns With  -.' -    .       A     'A'1-''      a,      .    -, -  -. .   ',  --- Good Report.."-'- -^ . l _  PRESENTATION.  ' A very enjoyable time was spent on  Monday evening at tbe Hotel Reveistoke when the hockey and lacrosse  boys "lined up'\,to , bid > f.ucncll to  their comrade J. M. Graham.  B. A. Lawson referced the proceedings to the satisfaction of cveiyone  present and justly penalised several of  the boys, to the extent of songs and  musical selections, for lingering olf  side.  1 Before the commencement of the  second half leferee Lawson, after addressing a few well chosen words, called upon Mr. Graham to step forward,  and on behalf of the lacrosse and  ho key boys piesented him with a  handsome locket with diamond mounting, suitably engiaved, as a memento  of tho occasion, and it is needless to  say that tbe icc-ipient was taken vciy  much by surpiisc, and he. in vvoids of  fee:ing, thanked the boys for the gift  nnd expressed hi*> icgicts at being  compelled to leave Kevelstokc. Aftei  this play was again ieaumcd and when  the whistle was blown calling time,  regrets weie heaid on all sides that  such an enjoyable evening had passed  so quickly.  Mr Graham left for Calgaiy Tuesday morning to accept a position with  the Dominion Express Co. His leaving here will not only be keenly felt  in sporting, but in'social circles where  Provincial Land ,Survey A. E. Ashcroft returned this week.'from* Vernon,  where he 'has been the' past two  months engaged in, survey work on  the line of the Midway aiid Vernon  railway says the Times. _  , Five miles of this line from' Vernon  in this direction have .been surveyed,  leveled and cioss-scctioned. so that  now thc company may at any time  call for tenders for the construction of  that portion.  Mr. Ashcroft, during bis absence,  traversed the country through which  the new line w ill um from Vernon to  Kclownn. Owing to the elevations  and - grade diflicultics he found ' it  necessary to change the line on Long  lake, or that portion generally, known  as Wood lake, to a point wheie tbcic  is a natural cut in thc hillside and  wheie the lake is gathered Io a narrow-'  ness that atfouls a n.ituial ciossing. to  the cast side.' Thc formei pioposed  unite lay wholly on .the west side of  Long lake.  Now that thc dominion and pio-  viiici.il governments have granted thc  needed appropriations nnd concessions  lhe Midway and Vernon Railway Co.  vvill piosecute tho'wnrk of construction  of the new line vigoiou-ly, ju-t as  soon a-a few fuilher linanci.il alfaiif-  ate ananged.  Thc completion of this road vvill  open up vast aieas of agrie'iiltural and  niincial tenitory. This railway will  mateiinlly leduce the distance between Ikiunelnry nnd tbe coast cities.  The distance from Gieeinvocd to  Sicamous by the C. I'. It. i- ���������')���������.������������������������������������- mile  and the lime occupied on the join ncy  is 10 hoiii-j. I'y lhe piopo-ed line the  distance would be ieduced to 181  miles, and the time lo !) hours���������vvlucli  would vvnrlc a saving of -10 bouts,"to  say nothing ot what vvould .be saved in  passenger and I'iciglit iate* between  the two points.  BIG BRICK YARD  To be Started on S. and.0. Branch  <    ',",-'��������� ,- ^    ,   '.   i '  ri  .-   American^ capitalists   "propose     to  establish "a  large   brick-yard  on 'the'  . , ,.i .  Shuswap and Okanagan branch. 'The  idea is to 'Supply almost all' British  Columbia with brick. The protnoteis  reckon on securing the trade of Reveistoke, Kamloops, yernon,-Armstrong  and'other progressive points and extensive shipments of ,brick wrill.be made to  the coast.'    Tlie   plant' is 'now beiner  , ..       i       sj , <y   (  secured'and steps are   being   taken to"  get a supply'of Chinese labor.   Several '  '  million   brick"- a ��������� yearvvill be turned  out. '' ',        ''  -,      LOCAL INDUSTRY.,     ���������/ ,   .  A b'rowcry is,to lie started at Vernon  by Vancouver i>enp!c.'       < " ,  A Mr. Winters is starting a brewcry  at Armstrong and his plant is" now  being shipped in. '   ,, 'r  Tbe-Keltle  Uiver _ Power- company ������ ,  "nas'applii'd   for   a receiver to  extend  the operation's ot lhe enterprise.  VjV  Wm. Fleming*.  Wholesale! anil Kclnil  Meat Merchant.  Fish   and   Game   in   Season.  First St., Reveistoke.  The Victoria Gross  ���������    For Valor-  In Ten Colors  a    '    ���������-  Weekly Mail and Empire  For News-  -24  Pages  THE picture shown' is one dear to every man; woman,  boy and girl, on account of its meaning���������" The Victoria Cross," given for conspicuous bravery. If only  the soil of South Africa could voice the deeds performed  upon it, how many Victoria Crosses would have beea.  found to have been earned by Canada's sons I It is  hard in the heat of action to notice every act of valor, and  therefore only those which take place under the eye of ���������  superiors of sufficient rank can be.noted.  The picture shows one of such deeds Two troopers are  closely pressed by the enemy. The horse of onejs hit.  Under the withering fire, the man whose mounHs unharmed  halts, and, risking everything, waits to get his comrade safely  mounted behind him and carry him back to the Canadian  lines. It is a desperate deed, and one often performed but  seldom noticed. When, however, such an act ,is seen, the  reward dear to soldiers' hearts above -every other is the  result.  This picture is from the brush of Mr. W. B Wollen, an  artist famed for his war pictures, one whose work appearsin  all the leading illustrated periodicals of the Emp.re, It is a  forceful subject from the hand of a strong man.  The Mail and Empire  has obtained the exclusive right for this p-'cturc in Canadx  It is a perfect ten-color reproduction, and will be given Ft^EE  to readers under the following conditions: ���������  With The Weekly Mail and Empire  New and old subUibcn m-iy secure one cop/ of the Ar-o-r-vare on ordering  ONE YEAR'S subscription, payable in ad/-nice, matleJ to an/ adJreii to  Canada, Great Britain or United States torSi.00.  For samples of paper and further particulars, .vnts to��������� ^  CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT,  MAIL AND EMPIRE,  TORONTO. -���������������>(..,  .��������� Iii  - ti&':ir6'0T^ifAY:MitL-  .'  -->.,!,'       .'���������.���������������  ���������f'.  own.  '< )})G-  j^etfi em.es  All Kinds, All Sizes.  J list opened kr the  Louis .exhibition, whereupon plucky,  little- Japan promptly undertook tp/  (ill Russia's space in addition   to  her.  ;'(!!"'''  '      .,      -,,' ���������f'"  still' icfijejive luiin.erpusiCoin^ilV,  .mt'iili on,thc holidii'v number of-'uik  ICoorii.VAV - Mail. 'A further supply  ,h|is been dideied foi England. , ReVQ.1'-  stokc district wa1-, never .so.thoroughly  advertised (is it. has' been by means of'  this special number. < *'       ' ���������! f  The ti.cilclen Tourist Association has  department" in  C. II. Hume.-t   Co'e  .'store'. 'Ladies"niake ijp their; own material,.     Consultation '('free.     C.    B.  Hume ife,Co,?_ '''".-,']  'For'-' sale,' cheap,"second-hand-base  * ' r1 ' ' .  ,  coal stove, Apply at Kootunay  i "  CANADA DRUGr&  BOOK.CO. ?y  REVELSTOKE;.  B. C.  - i(      - BORN.  JOi'lIMTKICIC���������On l-'ebrnaiy 25lli, fi,r  Mr.,andl_Mi'.(T. Iyilp.urick." a -son.  JHAC'-OO.VALb���������At Vei'guson," Feb.  ' ' lilih, to Mr. and ,Mis. MacDonald  ,,<_   a son.     r,k.    , '  -- .  JiANOSTAFF���������At   Tiout  Luke,   Fob.  - Iilt.li. tei Mi; and Mis. J-.-'-Jr'L-ing  "-/ btaflj ii son., '.   ���������       . f ���������  issued a most creditable little mibli-  cation - drawing v attention fo.--the  atti-.iction-M of* the upper ' Columbiii  vallcyV The'piiiiiphlet''is'well illus-  tialcd'ilud edited b.v Rev..C.,F. Yates.  'It has,been neatly-"turned 'out by,the  JJolden Star punting oflice. '    ���������'  ,,/,1'hc O&iniigair valley has a -great  name for sport/nnd amongst the best  ;si,tho fishing in the district. In Vcr-  norrtlicy tell a story of bow" J)rY. Williams of'th'at city-mndu'a- bet tlmt'-hc  j\*Ould. leave .vlown, -iciitch, a" hundred  lish and return within ten hours. He  won'his bet. ���������      '"    ��������� A ' A ���������.  ���������  The dredge'Nukusp will" be laid'up  next week, tlieVotp'forvflrp" year", having been exhausted. The.dredge has  been employed improving the clock at  Hobson. - .Mr. Keefor expects thc.new  niachinciy to be put in' shortly by thc  con tractors,0 when the dredge will "be  made equal to the work required qf it.  On;Mondny tbe "I'tineraI > look-pfnCe  cif Alex. Ciicen",'.i w-eJI-kiiovvn^Larclenu  burner. c6;  Mail office  MacdAnaJd cfe Mo'nteith arc opening  tip ii.s"Wcll.line','of shuts' and collars;  liLijpsi' styl t*.-*,'  W'J. George cis showing  a  special  value' in'ladies' "cloth   slippers with  25c.  per pair.'   Won't'  leatlier*sole at"  fail to, sec* them. '���������  ,- -Travellers.tyisrting Reveistoke will  find the best -accomodation' at the  Central Hotel. Abralnunson "33ros. o  . A-solcction of Pai-ker'b lucky curve  fountain pons, just received) at Bevvs'  "Drug Stoic. -'   , '  We have tenants for four iitiftirlnsh-  Lewii  the most progressive meri in the province so far as locomotion is concerned. He possesses ,a gasoline motor  tiicycle nuic'e jby, the .Wisconsin WhopI  \yorkp. The? motor, is 3i;,hor-y> power  and the bicycle will r,ur. at any speed,  up to 30 miles an;' Jipur. Lust summer the doctor, used this ' bicycle in  visiting his patients over an*dxtehsive  district.  CITY COUNCIL  minor, wlto came in "from' KeigU-jon'to  the hospital 'nni^ dial -lioni cancer, of  the stomach.. The chiel mourner*--,  weic .1. Dougherty, of Camborne, nnd  D. Moigan, secretary  of the  Laido.rri  'U  ' ���������     ' , DIEDT     '     y    -���������  A Ull.\ 1 TAMSO-Y��������� Af     Trout      J.akA  Fell    I'.n'hT out). Willinni.'sun of  i      jMr. and j"\|js \y. \ huh.imson, aged  I I mouth- 25,(1,11,-.- -, ,  G I" HUN���������On l->li il1-!.'it Reveistoke,  A.'e.v. Oieen, a������o,l HI.  Winnipeg bnkou, hnye advanced tho  price of biead to seven cents,a loaf.    *.  ,--Il.ilf a nn'liion chjil.-n-s will   bc_ spent  '   in new buildings m Calgary thi-j ear.  I'. Dupotu. warden of .the k'.imlpopa  %   S-iol.' died   un    Sacuiday   from   heait  ���������tli-si'ii-e. *     , ,*        A-  '    *   C. B  Hume it Co--havo'under   con-,  '     Miloratipn tlie installation of\m   elec-  ''  nie liglitplaiit oi their own.     X  We"nieJ"ol.,li;,al   lo  l,,,ld-nvoi-   till  Jicxt'wcek the- continu.itiiinj'of our'ar-  lic-le im the Okanngan V.illey.     * ' ,  \    ,-l.  C _IIutc!ii-jiii, 'lost" a   valuable  Iioi'sc (.ii isaturdav". *  Ui- te.un .slipped!  into the  nver  when   hauling  ice and |  o'iu- w.is diowned.  The C. P. It. have let lo  j'j.'Nick-  ���������    son it Co . of Vancouver a million dol-  ,].ir   conliact  for   an   n.-giaion  canal  neai Calgaiy.  The Star states that Mrs. Hamilton  of Golden, is applying lor -i   hotel   h-  l'jen-e foi Rogeis Pass.    The C.   P.  R,  is opposing the applie ition.  -Mi.     ICeelei,    cloininioi   engineer.  went to Knder'by this week to arrange  lor earning out   piotectne  \voiks on j  the Spallunichecn liver at that tpwn. I  Hh. Christie, or" Nakns.p, went to the |  Peace river pass,   thiough   which   the!  Canadian Not thern  purposes   extend-!  ing its line...nil took up  eight  miles j  of coal land. * -,        |  Owing to the war, Russia  withdrew '"  her application for  space at   the  St. j  bunch Joi tlio^AVo-U-iin '"cidoration ol  Minora,', wliej rcncL,'."tlio sciyJce of "/he  nnioif at the giavo^   . , L ..  - J. II. Christie' who  has  a   faini,,on  Arrow lake and,!- jntciosted in tinihci  limits in lhe vicinity" ol   the  lake, isa  veteran exploior. and  ]iib-j)t*cto^ .and  h.irf tiinvor-cd",niaiiy ot the wilder'1 por-1  tions of Canada and the United State-  He was ono/if the party which a  year  kn i wo,-iiico ascended Mount St JCIias.  When the Seattle Pic-s, J<| *yc.,,s ago.  determined \'o  'exploie  tho .Olympic  moun������.iiii������  mo-t of whiqh   li,id:lTevoi  beentiodden by  ni.tn.   horwa*, "made  the guide for tho  party ,;tnd,,-,uccess-  ftilly evplored the range,.,   .,,  Mr. \\rilson,-,supoi:int.e,*ndenL of" t he  0   I' R-telegraphs,.t,(>lls orthc.tioublo  the company^have  had 'in ,the mountain-   by ���������small   animal-   eating, the  insulation off their  cable-* afc Airovv  La ko\-uu?rii I the Miinvshe'ds"' at .Ke,igcr-  l'n-s.   At the latter place a mouiitain  rat bacl got Jnto  the  cable  box  and  chewed   the  insulating ' lnateii.ti' ofi  fdtu wires.'   Attthc north   termm.iltof  j tho cable aciosa the north arm1 ofjAr-  iow lakes, 'a  chiprnpnk 'got  into ,'the  cable   box   and     similaily .destroyed  the insulation.       i  BUSINESS LOCALS.  l;o rro Mac-  ;r-lvertise-  Muwx<iir).  The HEALTHFUL HOME  Wc ha\c'i*v.*ry rcepii-ite for health  r.r beauty that i- e-.tnicd bv -,���������y  rir-r-rate druggist���������:l|| rhc-,������������������,thin t; and hcljiful renicdn's for the  infirm.  All tin: toile*t ncce.-^itie.s for the  tbe child. Talcum powder-, i|uin-  ge-s, |)ovvclcr putl.- and putV boiec-,  e-tc, etc:.  HOUSEKEEPERS' REQUISITES  For    spritiR    lioiiso-cl.*miin<; ��������� Ammoniii,  hornx, c.imphiir, clilonclo of  limo.     Our  -tciclf is fresh ,inel pure*      Wo deliver all  ji.trce-ls.  !     Tor new -punt.-- cloth  Idun.-ild ,t Monteuh.  j    RtiAd C. U. Hume & Cc's  i tneiit on rirst page  :.   Any magazine or book you wane, at  the Canada Drug A Rook Cos.  When yon wanr .: -mi c.f ii-i-to-d.ite  clnthe-a call on /. B. Gr-*-s!ii,in.  j     Truem.in's scenic views  for   sale at  I Pew's Drug .-jtore.  ,     -\ll kind-of gr.^-c-ie.'s at Mac-dona id  , A- Montr-itii-.  ,    v  ��������� Odol���������for the teeth i? most refre"-li-  ing, It Is a new antiseptic we have it  in -stock. Tlie Red Cross Drug Store.  D. H. Mcfhaddrn intend- ,-iaiting  a ceimmi���������Jein agency ami oiii-ning an  .luction reii.m in jt(*vc|st(ifce. IIis aah-  mart will be in trie MeCan.v block.  Owing tc business engagements Dr.  Curry will not be absent from town ki  expected.  Thc St. Leon Hot Springs has boon  opened anct is now ready to accomodate vi-itors,  Berliner Graniaphone records, hundreds to choose from -r5.00 por do/on,  always in stock at the Canada Drug &  Book Co.  Miss Fyie announce" a school of  dressmaking  in   connection with   the  ed, and one furnished cottage.  Bros.*   :jt :.- ;    ,  1 When you conic t,o Kevelstokc hail  tlie'Centrtil Hotel bus to take you to  a good hotel. Abralitimson Bros.  Props.    ��������� '"       - ���������  Hay for .-nie.'  Apply K, Tapping.  ~ 'We have the most coniplote  line cf  new toilet .articles���������face  lotions, perfumes etc.. in,. town.   The  Red  Cross  Drug Store. ., ",  >' You will al ways''find an attendant'  nt our electric fitting and plumbing  shops. ,\Ve supply ytho best assortment, of electric/fittings' in tbo city.  MoscropB'ros. X '*"'**'    ��������� i   '  i,^4.'B. CiessinruV.Iias.ieeelvecl his lir.-t  consignnicnt of spring" goods. Call  and inspect his.now stock. .' '  Good nchdi-tisin'g plus good manage^  ment hiings results. You supply fbe  iiiimageniont and the ICooi-iixayJIaii.  'can sujiply'the :iclv'c'rti*iiiig.'. ", '  To make tlie hens lay get ii. package  of poultry food." 'The Canada Drug it  Book Co. keep it.  ,11111-0 you tiied the tasteless Cod  liver oil for a' bad-cold or cough. : The  Canada Di ug it Book Co ' keep it, it  is very easy ti) take .and an 'excellent'  remedy. '        '  I     Fiist clnss'organ for snio  on   small  monthly payments.'^ Low is'Bro-. -    '  R. H'Trueir.an will poisonally visit  tbe    ltcvolstoko   studio,,'oh    Monday  March 7th.    "���������       ' ,   [   -.  . '   -       >���������    -i   ,-.������.,c ,  ., Don't forget  lo.puioliasc  that boC-'-  tie  of    Pciuu.i���������the  great   cure   lor  colds and Catarrh.    Fresh at the Red  Cross Drugstore.     . ���������-  ' Cli.ulcs Austin, Bates s'.iys :. ���������'��������� A  business vull'iiot' piosper .without ad-,  vcrtising-.myrrnoie th.-in ihe old-fashioned   mill   wi,coi   ���������,-||i. ll,,*1 ^idiout  w.ifoiy-Make your business by getting  your a"dvoirising 'in the 1vooti:.v iv  AlA/i,.  Keicl it Vdiing hnvc  made gic.it, iin-  piei\ement> an   their cliy goods stoic.  They have taken   in   I be whole ol  the  upst.ih- portion or tho building, which  ie   eli-voted   to die.-sin.ikmg mul   the  ladies"  dopai tincnt.     The  alt out ions  clou tile tlie door space of the store.      "���������  A meeting of creditoi-i in thc estate  of B.itho it Co., of Peiguson, was,   hold  at Kevelstokc on Tuesrday.    J. C. Altn-  r.iy.   the  .i-ignee,   -111(011(10(1       T.   .1.  Lunisden. of I.eckie A Co., lopre-imtcd  the Vancouvoi creditui-. and   w.is, appointed lo  act w-irli   the :i-dgncc  as  -uper-vi-of in winding  up   the  estate  Ivellv, Duugla-it Co. cl.unied to  Ii.ivc  a. chattel mortgage on tbo estate,   and  tlie creditors will test it.-  validity.    If  upheld it   means   tho other crcditois  will get little or nothiiv.    ���������������������������  tRegular meeting hci I last night last  night. Present: ���������Mayor, and, Aid.  McLcod, Field, Lewis, Abralnunson.  , COKKi:S!'O.NTI)i:.\'CI5.     '   '  R. Tapping asking to eiect veran-  dnh tit mam. office. Tho.niayor favor-  ed the application and coiisidereel all  buildings with sloping roof icqiiirod  to "pr/vicle, similar'protection.''"Aid.  Lewis moved tho rcijuest be (-granted.  The cityclerk. pointed put,'this wns  against the by-law. A Id. McLcod sa id  tliey must ievoke by-law.���������Laid" over.  A. J. Pliefer, asking, to ho allowed  $3.01) per cord on contract for wood at  power-house.��������� Ivofusod.      ���������  <  School trustees, estimating post, of  city schools at !)tS,020 for year, submit"-;  ting estimate for high school in event  e-J 20,pupils being available and asking in tl\at'event  poll  of citizens  bo  inance  SKATES J       SKATES!  ' / , ' ���������    *       ���������"   t >      i i  Asskjifingjjs^ibaiit to comnmncc \vc liavc phicccl1 iii stock''tlie famous  '������������������������ ���������-.. j,  i*  "* *i^ '   < f' ' '',.      .  ' ''������     '',) \*,   t ,  Boker's Hotkey Skates     >  ���������...'     ;,.       '..,.(.."... .i , ���������' "   . * '       ,  in eight ditt,'erent kinds/at reduced prices. We h.rvc'nll si'/es'in each  of these, 'so aie sure to satisfy you. Do not fail..to avail yourself of  t,his"o"p'portnnity.'''-i --_ > .' ,        "' " " ' ',  We have Hockey Sticks for forward and defense players, made of second;  growth elm, which cannot, be beaten in 'Canada..; Come and examine  our stock beforn iiiiicbnsiii'i-- .     ! ' .    . ''  our stock before puichasing.  W.; M.   LAWRENCE  ".,:���������,)   '"y'Jfy   /,",-'/  ���������."Oil   IIAHDW-jVUK ,  (.'Ob'ALL KINDS.'  if  ������>' ' '" "LA.   '.' ' ��������� f : :j_"_".*_1.* * '<r -^^  dp  E. -J. BOURNE,  'i - , ,   ' i        ���������' i   is ..���������  /'  taken on matter.-���������Referred to  coniiiiitteo. . .- '.  nl of,lire  for  on  Social and. Personal  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  J. A. Buckiiav.  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating:  Pipe VaSve Fittings,  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and.  Annunciators, j  Electric Fixtures %*\ Put In.  Second Street, Reveistoke  Alderman McC.uter hn- gone to the  CO.IH.     I  Aid Foote will'ifturn fiom hi- cistern trip about Tii������-diiy.  IL Ci. Mc-Sorloy C. P. li. engineer  rt-tiirned on Thurschiy fiom the en-t  nnd will ic-time hi- run.  The LiielnV Talent Society of St.  Peter'- chinch aie arinnging a dramatic e-iitcitainmerit for May 2-lth.  K. A. Bradley got back Thursday  from his trip cast in connection with  the properties winch he is operating  in tho Bend.  II. X. Reid, a pDjuil.tr C.-ilgitry re-i-  dent .me! |(.,,d,.r .,t the Me-thodi-t  choir, is cnuiing to Cnlc]..,,, wiit-ie- Iin  vvill l.c-,i gi'-.it .icpiirition tn the town.  On St Patrick"-cLy an Jri-riocnr;*-,t  will \*- held in cjoiiiwc-tioii with the-  Citliolic Cbiucli, Ife-vel-tokc-. A ge,.,d  piogranirit-i- k-ing preparid, ami Mi,.  Wilkn intend- icturiiing to ii.Jsj,t.  Rffre.-ehment- will 1^- .-crved.  In tb" .-5e.ittie cmirt-i n man n.tini-e  F.-edcrick .-trorig- Ii.ij begun cuit fen  divoic-c from Kli/.ilic-th Arm Strong on  the-ground of elcacrticiri. The coiifih  weie iiiarried ui Kntlerl.y, li. C, jr)  IHW There- arc two ^orn, of whom  the- father mkn the custody  Sibbald aiul Kield?re rene  policies���������Policies  lo  be  renewed  saiiieainouiitsasI.istyc.il-.' -      <���������  R. Goiclon repoiting loosening of  turbine wheel on shaft in poScrliousc  and askirrg supply ofitransforiners.  '., "    IIO.VSIMIIL.'  '   Messrs Li nd niaik  and  Kincaid  bell. If of  bonspicl ���������committee, -asked  council to remit claim of .JfltVas they  weie short of.funds.'���������agreed.     , '���������  ' -' "'    t ori.-i.'A irousi-."  F. \Y. and 'L.-' committee reported  visiting      0[iera    house   and    found  heating arrangements  safe,' nut  suggested two more doorways bo added for  public;' safety. .Aid.   Lewis 'said, Mr.  Tapping had agieod   to   make alterations suggested. *        '  Resolved  Mr. Tapping  be  leqiurcd  to do woiic within a week.        .  .  OL.VI'KU,.'        i  The council decided to wait 'on  Mr.  Cilliher M. P. re river improvement.  P. W.'find' L. committee'-.regretted  tbey could not recommend,iiicioasc ot  T. Dunn's salary.^'They urged wing  clam to be put iu at power house. ^  -'Fiist htieet. lesidents asked street be  broken so'lbey could get fuel in���������Re-  feriod to woiks committee with power  to act. , '  wiiri; imio-ikotio.y.  Aid. Lewis tilled time had come,  to  piotect the city against con(lngiation  by litivmg firo limits and building icg-  ul.itiotia ���������Laid over.  oi'i.xi.vci M-iti:i:rs.  Aid  Abiahamsoii brought  up ijties-  tinn of opening up stieots in event 'of  soft weather.   '  . Resolved that $150.00 be placed .it  disposal of works committee for clearing-sidewalks.  WAI'inc SUl'I'LY.  Aid. Lewis rcpoitfcl thc mayor,  Messis. Goidon( and ho visited Twol  Mile*, Brevveiy nnd, Bridge cieeks and  found thiec times more water in  ;c cicck. There was enough in  :i city of 10,000 people. Theie was al-so ani|)lo water in  Two Mile creek.  The mayor agreed with Aid Lewis,  but was disappointed vvitli Two Mile  cieek. Bridge creek had two>������to four  times as much water ns Two Mile.  f - Boots,' Shoes;' Men's Furnishings,  & : ; , , \ . Clothing, Hats,,,.Caps, etc.,- etc/-J. ���������',  f'^i'ss'.Faiuous.Mackiiiaws, German Socks, Mitts,"etc.',; -V'f';  <t> 'X       Canadian - Bubber Company's Rubbers and Overshoes; ������&'.'  ff>     - ' i   ��������� ��������� -'     *    ^S-  ������   Bargains in Boy's Winter Suits and Overcoats,   f'  t ������ ' ��������� 'f ',     -J' *P  .'REVELSTOKE STATION, B:"C.-'        '���������     "   '   f  ^(^I^cfo'f^l^l^^l^l^-^-^-^,^^,^^  -      -     '    .'    ���������-      '      -      -      - t.      ..TTTTTT   ^rr,*^-,-*     '  Get >  Your  Spring Suit  Union-Made at  "A..  McKKNZIE AVRNUE, , (   ,"-  ,   Thc only'place'in town,you can'got it.  Fashionable  **        i (  i.     Tailor.    ,  NEXT TAYLOR BLOCK.  "'  If I* yoti want A  Many  dainty designs  to  select' from.  small square', for your parlor or 'drawing" rop'm.'Ave sttlF  have'some in  pretty and tasteful' colorings. ,. t' '-,'"    ���������'  R-HOWSOI& GO.  Ol  Undertakers and>Embciliners.  Picture-Framino-  ���������ii,^������.y...,y,.^,.  M. A.-SMITH 1 CO.; Agents, Eevelstoke, B. C.  ijiidj  Bridge Oicek for  CARD OF THANKS.    ,  The members of ReveNtoke Independent Band evtend to Mr.1 II. A.  Blown, of the Union Cigai Factory,  their hearty thanks for bis remembrance in pif-soiiting them with one  hundred of his best Havana cigars.  Tin: Ri;vi:i.s-ioici: Ixi>i:jm:.viii;.vt Ba.vii  I'er B. R. Campbell,  Secretury-Tioasurcr.  w  WA  WANTED  AiVTKD ��������� 2.")   Bu-dimpn   by   Big  i^enel  Liimtier Co., Arrowhead.  Neatly and      T|je Km  Expeditiously *  Executed at   Mail Office.  XTJ'jI) -- Cliiiiiibcriniiiil      mid  waitress ut Motel Reveistoke.  WAiVTKJ)-A Boy to nmkc liiiiic,.||  ge-.icn.lly useful.    Apply at the  Kootknay Mail o/Tice.  THE HOTEL VICTORIA  K E. LKASON.  VICTORIA, -        B. C.  Aiiiuriciii) mill Kitropcnn l'liui,  Anicriciiii I'lnn J2.IHIunci Uiivviirds  Slcdin Ifcalucl. Samplo rooms.  AX^AiN 1 hi)���������Two or three ftiriiKliecl  ������/ rc������im������, n-iH, IIK, ol khcbi'Ai,  .-iDt.cble ior Jiiiiisckeepiirg, clej*,e |(i C  P. It station. .Stiitef.-i-ins.ctc. Ariply  h, Mail o/Iiee.  For Sale.  ^ At .Salmon Arm, l������fl Acres Fruit and  r\_  tj'-ii- . ,, i Stock Land; .TO iici-ch cleurHcl     AnnK-  Dr.Wiliranis.of Vernon, i,  one  of | f,o A. ������. HENHV. Mission City, ^o!  The Reveistoke Business .Cojiego  Day and Evening Classes i n lhe  Library Building.  Practical     instruction    is    given   in  Book-keeping, Commercial Arithmetic  Penmanship, Correspondence,  Shorthand, Typewriting  and English,  and other subjects, can bearranged for  UNION   CAFE  Good row & Vincent, Props.  East of Imperial Bank   .  Finest Cafe in lievelstoke  Open All Day and Night  Reveistoke  Dairy ���������r���������i  C. A. REVELL, Proprietor  Orders received for milk, cream  and fresh butter  Customers can rely on liaving on their  requiremente filled daily  r -Uf.' -,*--, . T***

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