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 /  -Provincial Librar/  f  *: S I. J"-,     T <*. ^.il  I c *"- ' -:    ��������� . I i  ',v  '^UJ  V; Vol. a-No. 42.  ���������./     K  fe'  /*'  REVELSTOKE.'B..C,.  JANUARY. 24, 1902.  $2.00 Per Year  7/fc launch ing of the good St S. "' Revelstoke" s/i'ows the  ,> necessity' of providing yourselves witli good rain coals  . \ t.d rubbers..  - //, was a little wet {especially coming  ;      hovu-y i Upe have .excellent rain coals and rubbers to  , -. Pvotcct you from lhc- slush and snow.  - - / Ve offer bar-'  pgains vi these lives. ��������� '"-'.,,  y INQUEST.  Perdict of Accidentil D ath.  Ijr-j-ider] at the piano:  I   "A|f'ino-"t' sueccs-sf'-l  i>  ttSr-*-  r>?  ay lor  tjgWisn ail.Jiicir.-Customers and  Prospective Customer^'a-Sj  Happy arid Prosperous Year 1902. ��������� " 7    61  i  #  n ��������� -,     - -    - , -  7 TMi you W'ill enjoy ihe former wc are sure, but fo be  'aFMired of Prosperity it is necessary that you buy your  i -'  Hi owed  (schpi'd  Si *  I Djtss Goods, Men's Furnishings,,., ���������.   ������  Bouse Furnishings, Boots & Shoes* Etc.,I  -   "'  '-_*. ">   . . i . (i -       '" *   Nl  from us.'  Now is the time to sort up.    We are sort- 4   W  ...    'ing np.our be������t Felling lines and to.do this'properly H  Tie offer -you, b*irgainr=. '       ��������� i     - > ''. 'SfflS  ���������7   "Call it'Onr Store ind Inspect Our Stock!      - ,     B  If a; Style is" New it's ,Here. if a Style is Here it's New. M  j1!]' On Monday .mornnip Wm. Cro-^p,  ���������Vf! Dl"rJI(,t Coronef, held aiid ibqiie't  m. touching the tlorith of W.-R. ������tcph-  M)'"', ������'io 'Heel .is the fe-nlt of injur-  -' '-���������"���������BB1"' *"Maincd ������n the'railway track  ���������- ",; .:'ip|,<^"> Friday. 1 he jur'v cxm������t*--t������d'of;  ��������� >f-r* :'���������������'P| !c,,"'-{ Fain. J- Guv l/i-rbivr, J. Mor-  , v-Y;p\ M J-r*II1*r- '<��������� McDonald, R. s. Wil-nn  , - ...j-;,', f^, ���������'���������*<* W. It. Re.d (foicman}. Con  -*-���������'. J$gi7-.,',J'1!3   '-'i'i'4"   cQiulucied   the   in  quiry  * -1- Jiomes, yai.il nu-,ter,, Nel������.',P.  Anil������j-*onj fec'tion foreman, aiKUJ/  '(iinett gave evidrnte which  that ' deceased - narrow I v  ^.,. being nn over .by No. 2  a"nd ljiat win n he was'subspqucnih  oh.-eilcd in front of the Pnllni.-n,  "^'J^'jpeciution was taken to warn  h.m oft the' track,' and," wlitn lie  t-tepiedoft he dirHnot moi e fr. rt  mouglUo c'p.u tlie' i-ief* of the  PuJIirian, which cai\ght lupri a'nd  the frpnt -wheels, priced oM-rrht-  left leg above the knee, causing the  injurie*" from which he died.  Thejjury letunu-d the following  verdict: "Deceased came, by bit  death(hy being inn over by a sleeping car in the Canadian,. Pacific  "Railway yard while ,walking down,  the centre <of- thc track a"ntff no  blamejattaches to thc C. P. R. oi  any of their employe1-/' \ 7'  On,Monday the' remains' of cie-  cea**ed'weniinter'red atthe cemoierv,  Rev.'C. i^adner (conducting, tliq  burial, service.  gather'nn  clo-ed'.������,with ihft -inging of "Aukl  Lang, ~fi\ no" and 4 the National  Anlhpwi.  TUB NEW MAYOR  *'  TAYLOR & GEORGE,  Best Attention given to Mail Orders.  m. .t. 'o'pnir.y, ma vou op ;ij;vki.<,tokk  4rvi(e for lhe Queen Victor'..! Co;-  tage  Iio-pitalj   being  Pitvident. of  the Board, of  Management.    He is  one of tbe   mot   h gbly   esteennd  and popular men   of  the"we-f, and4  se-imp destined-to   hold  -pfiJl nlbfe '  important position-- in   the service  of the   great  rai!*'o'ad ,-^stem wilh  which he has'been' to" long con"-'  necled. '  It is rppmtpa in rnflway circles'that  in the e\ent (A* any fmther'tiouble  with bjidgemen thc C.' P It, vUiriet'j  tho lmimteniii-cc of, budget, and miov,  .slieds.lrj (pntiiict.   ),  rl'hp ti.iniineii orn the .Mount.in.  Division are making (i-scoUentpiogress  in the nuv uilei", which will be biought  into foice on .M.uch 10th. , Their  lii.iugir.'hon has given Tujnm.ister  Itistt'cn a busy (i nc'        ' ,  The prighipint'ii li.ivo piefccntccl  Enginfcr W W .lenkiiih with home  handsome p],tt( in the slupc of .t'tei  scivic^, tiyv, and buttei coolci, as ,1  t iken of <ht?n et-teern and jfoodwill 111  comiupinoiatinn of his I-eceiit miniiagp  Ah Gouitjt also piiMjiited .Mr. Jonkins  \vith a nice wilting case Jii. -Icnkins  asks us fo thank tho genci'ous donois  for their kindness to him -    .   *  [i*t7^  ri  ^im<m^6%m^  MB CROCKERY.  All Wool White Blankets $3.50,4.00, 4.50 per pair  Grey Blankets,. ,$3.00, S-.25, and 3.75 per paiiv  These aie tindoubtedly ibe.best value in the city.     : .--  Men's Full -tength'; Rain/Coats _frpm.$4i50 tb 14i00  Our ft4.50 l.ine is a Corn Cracker. ,  See ou'rppecirfV Snow :Shoc 'Rubbers���������none like them elsewhere  ,  '"' "   ^ '���������    ,     'in the'Citv.  ,E. Edwardsj secretary of4 the  Revelstok** Hockey' Club, ha������ received ; a' letter from thc Vern'on'  Club' fisking that'the* proposed  match|be postponed, till 'Feb. 4th.  Mr. Edwards has, replied ai-ki'ng  them to endeavor to. make Jan.'  29th the date."    ' ,  Mr. }Sd*ardp has also\received  informhtion from- P.* Ritchie, st'C-  let.irylof the Sandon. Committee,  stating a hockey tournament and  curling; boni.*.p/el   will   be ''held at  ���������     r *  Cil  Sandon on Feb. 12ih.      i   .  0 It,"is| stated,. Rowland   will.not  ������   hockey tournament  .this.  hold  vear  i  Front .Street, .  nd  Revelstoke, B.' 0.  M. J/O'Brien,  the'new Mayor'of  the city, has =een 'much of wet-tern  life.   jHe cami> to the we*t in-1884,  unci wjip one of tho   enrly.ic-idents  oMhoU. ,P.   R.  town   of, Donald,  where, with C. II. Cox, he started a  wholesale  liquor  b.usineg.s m 18.86.  Business   wa.s'good   and   mone\  ���������plcnt fill in those  day������s'.    Qn. lea\'-  rig,Donald 'he 'spent  thrcJe Nears  prospecting in East 'Kootenay', and  then decided -to settle'in Vernon,  whereJio e-stab-h-died* six yriars ago  -tlie wholesale  liquor and" aerated  water ,1)11*0nest, -which * Jip.htill re-  lajn-5*theie.    Qp   the .occasion, of  the hobm in Re\eKt9ke t,hree yeais  ago Mr.   O'Brien   i(jmoy,ed, to this  city 'and"   established  'the   Acme  Soda Water Factory.  Almost mx*' months'' ago Mr.' 0'-"  Brienacquir-cl"a"n' inteiett lir.t'he  wholesale liquor' bu'sihess''- carried  on by II.' 0/ Part-on,1 the busirte'-s  then being formed into ijointstock  company, of which,,.Mrf O'Biien is  managing diiector. ,,. , y* *. .. ,.  Mi O'Jlrien ^lVis a prqlj^home  pnMcKenzie A\enue. lie l;n^,the  reputation 'of 'being   a",' fijst-class  ' We lia\'e just received a large  ; '' importation of.the abo\e from the  Kn^lish. iM-tinch aiid Geinuin nulrlc������ts.  These are the finest <n>ods ue have  ever shewn and we would call especial  attention to intending purchaser  Dinner Sets; Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, Fancy Cups  11 .��������� , & Saucers, -Hanging & 'Stand Lamps,  -'" l  ' Fancy Teapots.  FULL LINE OF BAR GLASSWARE  , i  , The followipg game-, have been  pl.ned'thib week in theCalgan  Riewincrand Malting Co competition. * ,  Rie 13\b. McDonplI-7 / x :  0.niuthers> lJ \<- MoDonelfS  ,Browfn 13 "���������������. McRae 11  Biow-n 12 vs. McDonell 7,  Biocli 21 \s;,C.i'rriithQ]s,o ,  Biown" I'i \t Pink ham 9 l '  13io( k 11 v<.  R,i(. 7  --I--���������"������������������-      "-"       .,t.iiig      ,i |( uj&i-iUHfci  businc-'s'man'and'is hfghlv" est pern  t^l.in the,'city where he'has macle  his home, a nil,-of -which" he i������ now-  the chief magistrate.*'" H'is business  '17 l*^}"*}' .an������l-"integrity can'hardlv  faijlfo be of great- advantage in the  adminiRtration of civic aflkir-..    -  i     ���������   i     t ' '    *  Big, Sawmill May, be Started.. .  V *** ,  (rioin our Own Coi respondent)  At Revelstoke is blowing it������  horn ahout'a stenmer I think/Albert  Cam on *>hould 'do somo'ii Ipo , x',   "  On the"morning of tbe loth two  repre-ventatnes of a large American  Syndicate ,arri\ed off No. 2 from,  Sea(tie. They speiU thieo, dayr-  looking over the timber hmft here, j  The .timber ��������� limit consists of 36 '  ections. ^-IO.OOOj.s the priee asked f  fqiythe limit,  'Ihe men thought the situalioi-  \ery gooiL ,'lhey did not have  time io'-'e-j the best of the timber,  hut if their report i������ accepted'b\  the Syndicate they will return and  m'ake-a cJooer insrj)ettion If the  Syndic-ilo accept .they ,will -stait'a  mill at once.  ���������   ������������������! rT'-^-"'" '  ILLECIILEWAET.  i      1 "' ���������-      "-'"i-  v, ,   Cfliom OnrOnn Goirc-epoiidont)  .'I Pj  cfsnrums 0-ru JU/?*&mL< Jima*  *^/t  MORRIS & Sf EE0, Soie*Agents,Revelstoke  (klP AMD PASSWORD  i    i '        i  , Tlfe" iiiemliPis'^ of5 Golcl; Range  Lodge will celebrate th^eir ;j,nni\cr-,  ".ii1.' n-p-tt mo'nth liygu ing "'A'lTai d  Tunc" social ...which will be il "great  no\ eltv liere  ���������     !  I  YOU DON'T HAVE TO  KNOW ANYTHING  ABOUT PRINTING  -'   1,.0.T,.  . .,At rtlie. '-peering1 of ','thV   local  'Orange Lodge on. Friday,W.M.,^Art.J, y  ���������Johnson, and feec.'W.U. Biinevvwcre.  appointed delegates '��������� to .the jGrand  Ledge "'tp'be held at"Nel������on on Feb.1  19th.  '   ��������� ��������� ������.* ������������������*������     '   *'V  ������ ^ '  ���������:.0.B.H.S  * ; t i ,  The installation of officers ,of  Lodge Royalty took place on'Tuesday night, when S. S. Rev. H.  Fienne*5-Clinton      installed      the  j tion.  One  e.\citingj aihuitui'e  .   -) -   "   i  T: K-jJPATR-pKj.C.l'.R, iCl'EKIXTENDEST.  X  li'..  h.  to be sure of a good job when we do your work.  Seems .funny, but some printers are so utterly  lacking in ideas that unlesss yon know a lot about  printing yourself, you don't stand much chance  of getting a creditable job. ���������  Wc have a sufficient fund of good ideas  about the right sort of- printing:'to supply'the  lack of such knowledge ��������� on your part���������that's  what wc are paid for.  tseas^asssarf.^xBnrai  O  J  S&tf&^awk-* Avesiwo. Revelsk^,  following: W. Watson, P*. P.; G.  E. Giogan, P.; S. D. Crow lb. ;V. P.':  R.D. BakKrJ Treas.; H. W. Edward������,  Sec; S. Needham, Chap.;  Dr.   Car  ruthcrs,  Singeon;   D.  Parson1*,  C.  Stevensoil. T. Skinner, Committee;  U. Morris. I.G.   '      _.���������,.,,���������<  After the ceremony the company  pat downj to a  sumptuous   repa-*t,  after  which   the following wa? the,  ton Ft  li-st.:    Giand LodgCj/oupled,  with naniip  of   Rev.   Bro. Clinton;  Retiring |0Hicers.    coupled    with  name of   Bro.  Watson;  Incoming  Ofiicers, koupled'with.name of; Bro.  Grogan;   j Absent v Members; * th.  Ladie*",   responded  to  by Bro. Fa\  wards.     Bio.  Grogan s;i,'id  he'fell  proud of tjie executive he  had to  siiperinfei d for  ihe coming  \ear,  iind w:i**'������ ire tliat-tvith 'tlierrt "thev  would    accomplish ' a    8iicre':sfiti  yeai's work foi the lodge.        '  *> Bio.   \\.it"-0������  'referred    to   4the  kindries������.<.f  Oie  ladies in assisting  them, and   pailicularly Mt������'.'Car  ruiher������     I  Di. CarruthcrSj in acknpwledginp  lhe   tomplinicnt. ^aid   that    anv  assistance-to the Sops   of  England  by Mis.   Carrnthpis   and   himself  wat heart!Jv given.  During it he evmipg song-, wore,  given   by   Bros.  Grognn,  Skinner.  Di..    Crirruthcn-  hdw.nil-   j i'i..    karruincn-     and  oiThu-.,   id;i,itit.ii,  bv   U.-0*-.   Erfto^Kf  the  .Nettie  wards and Watson;.violin selections   to English capi'lali������ts  by ;*Biu Pott^ ' iI>r,-'Ortrntftiwl   '"  Siipennindent 'Kilpatriek, who  is,in?charge of  the Mountain and  Shuswnp Division  of tbe^Canadian  Pacific Railway,  is^'one ' of 4hW  whose ])t-omotion and  success are  lho result'oi   sterling   merit.   He  hats rk-Wfiom thc   ranks-to one of  the  highest   positions   within the  gift of thc Company.    Mr. 'Kilpatriek is a native of Simcoe, Out., and  hap followed,  ririh'.o.iding-rforclo^e  on twenty -?ear=y   Ho was engaged  m C. P-. ii'.' construction   roiiiitl the  north shoie1' of   Lilke   Superior in  IS84.# Tljen.hc came   west in 1885  and^wQikedon construction through  the   Rocky   Mountains.    'In   1891  he was placed on   the   oflicial staft  of the C. IP.  R(.  having -been  ap-  jrdi'ntccl  insjiector of  bridges  and  buildings,   with    headquarters   at  Donald, till the slati   was 1'omoved  loTRevelstoke ' "      ,    ���������  ( .Supt. Kilpatriek Jia*;'manifested  an \ c t i\'o I n l ei e*-11 n the ,we 1 fa re" of  the city sibce taking up Ins residence'  here!. He-<.ei,<,ed in the, Urst two  councils its uldetnian, and * was  electjP.dj.jM'iivor iin Jan.1 last year.  Un''nls promotion to his preent  iWifioh he ieMgned oflicc, hi������ new  dutic-1- requning' the whole of his  time., Ue.h.is taken an active interest in the de\elopnient of the  .mineral ..rc-ourcc-* of tho district^  beinga'din-ctorot thc C.irn(?s Croek  Consohdaiejl. JJo was int-orcsterl  in the (ireat Wc-Loin and was one  of Ihcjgcky ones who pulled a good  tenind 411 m1 out of thai company l'v  Ij. stock  ,  -Eveiything about 'an* sutial ht-rt  Weather   clear ,aml   fro^tw.'   W���������  ha\ehada. beautiful winter,. /The  rmk  is, m good condition but not  patronij-ed   a������* "freely "as it -"hould.  Think ijt must bo on acoount'of the  alVencemf some of onr,\ oung ladjes.  they  lining ' away ,visit ing. -/J;hcir  return jis   anxiously   looked   "for,  ���������However,   the   bridge 'boys -fiom  i Laurie ;still   find  sufficient attra'c-  *"'"     4ll 'he ladies have not'gone.  of  the  boyu   had  quite an  A   fe,v;������nightj.  agp wheh returning from lhe evening'-, enjo\ ment.    Wht,n about lull'  'way   thiough     tho, , tunnel, ' his  thought1!  l,J,on %ll?s ]iRv-lov e, and  pf the si|ccp������'sful manner in which  ho had  outwitted'the  other aspirants-to  her affection; he.j was sud-  enlv startled by soine dark object  dropping from  the loof of tlie tun-*  nei to thjp Hack directly in fi int of  him.     Thq, rush  of air wjnch followed  the   'drop  extinguished  his  torch,' leaving' him Yn total da'rk-  iipss;out of-winch   shone the two  gleaming   fiery e-yob.dlsJ of     this  nameless terror. ' Almost any othei  man   Mould   have' succumbed   at  once, biit not so our hero: 'Although  at'first almost paralyzed wilh fear  he quickly rallied, and   determined  upon   fighting   to   the bitter tnd.  With this object in \iew he. sea ich-  edaround for some weapon but in  vain.    Suddenly he bethought him-  **elf      Of     a     la'dyV     pen knif-j  which     he     had*   in    h'is   pocket. #      (Oh       lucky       accidenl).  This he ([tiickly '0jmned,..iind. c.-iH;  mg upon the-name of.hit- lad-,-Ion-,  charged,   aiming   direclly   -it   the  centieof  the  (wo  '-Jimin^   lights'.  Thc'blow must  have  struck home,,'  for with  a    sllcC(>c.i()|\  0{ fearful'  '���������ells     tin  Wishes Kis  Patrons, a  New Year.  Numerous. Customers and  Happy    and   Prosperaa*  WHEN YOU WANT; FURNITURE  Co  where -the  largest and best stock is kepi.  Bedroom   Suites;   .Sideboards,    Odd   Chaira,  Tables,   Carpets,  in Good Variet1,  Linoleums, and   Oil Cletiw  Upholstery l and   Undertaking.  -      LIMITED.  ���������      1    ^ Wholesale Hardware, Ship Chandlery and'  ���������   -' Mining Supplies, ''  Hardware .Department, 8-10-12 Cordova Street  i  Sbip Chandlery Dppartment, 8-TO Wtitffr ������tr������tt  9  i'''f.r-''i-^-\'P\  . ������'iL������lU������.T..  "ihing''  VVhethcr it went out tlnough tht  ioof or down through the earth!  cannot be ascertnined, but it has  not been s(.fn cineo. Neither has  the knife been found. No more  solitaiv rambles. The boys travel'  in pa*n*s now,       . . i     -,  *Mr. Swan Anderson has retnrned  ftom'Banff filing much benefited  by his visit to the hot springs,  ��������� Fire broke dut ip the ' Windso*-  Hotel }esterd'ay and if il, had not  been'for thc promptness of our  local fire 'brigade, led' by Captain  Peterson, the whole block would  h'aVcjhecn destroyed. The fiie w'.is  cxtingui'-hed before much damage  was done.  Vancouver Engineering Works,  Iron  Founders," Boiler   Makers, and   Machinists,  1   i ; Successors lo ARMSTRONG & iVJORRISON.  iii  Hydraulic Gianls. Rveled Steel Pipe. Grizzlies. Riffles. Ore Cars,  Ore, buckets, Steel Wheelbarrows. Stalton.-iryjManne nnd Logging  Engines, Steam Pumps,   Marine Repaus. Sheet Iron  and Steel  Work,  j i  ...wX!'-,1!?!? ,-V'"k f'������ iiii'iH'l    (Mu. iv rnu.ri's i;\nis"Ks  fi mi s. oi.t, CARt.  i\nn',:.MVnV^^.0i\^:lM'l,.,\V,lV;,,>("'  "'  ,*AU "-'���������   "^' IHSLl.1   .if (l.u   rliMilj'tlM,    "l���������  "������.'L' - ',,1������, t,K"1' w������Jb"(;in ikos i'ii'i;nii(i i ii iiN(,si1(iKsui\Ti:i^ dk n^i.ckidS  CoiKRpoiKjoiHeMili-v^d .uui,vnciu!l,\ ulliiiik'd lo j  OFFICE AND WORKS-Foot of Heatley Avenue,  m.'i, ;,,.   '      t '   "Vancouver, B. 0  m  m  \<L  ."..' .."r'Ty ".'7*"*y  A limited mu-ibfr of*pupil-s will.be  '(.fkeri���������instruction cither piano' or  org,iri---T]iiiiiio   preferred;:    For' terms  ,,   ^,���������; i , ��������� api������ly to iAI ins Kenncr at the  residence  Mr. - JH^tfwMr. *W* ^m������ *sijr������J������ar*W \& S/h -������wfe 'P^tfrtfe #nwi������*:  ELECTRICAL  eaBummiu,Jtimn tinif iimi������'���������w,ii vmm i,ir ,r iri -iTngrrFaa  CONTRACTS OF ANV  MAGNITUDE' EXECUTE  ^.Complete Installations Our Specialty  , Finest Class of Machinery .   .  The Hin'toH Electric Co, Limited THE KOOTEffAY MATL  She I\ooteiia\5,flDail  ,   1*UIJLI.-5HK1> KVKItY t',.II)AY.  ���������Al ���������  iiEVELSTOKE. B.C..  S inscription   Prle*,   $*.W   Por   Anaun  (tUVKRTISIVG HATh'S --iintetl on appl.  cnSipn. Changes in .i.lveiti-.cmfnN mu*i  be- iu by Tuestl.iy of ca .h wt-t-k tuic-cdii  good di������pli.j'.  103 PRIN'TiXG of evt'ry kiml nt nioit. reason  able rate nm* -hortc-m notice.  ACCOUNTS for job printing,- or aiivi.rlinirii.  ���������jay.il,!e on the lir.st of i-very ni.intli; xuli  <,.-fip;:oni payable -.trimly in ^dtancc-.  '.ij:!l:K-!i'ON'I)KN"CK infilctl mi all iiiHttt-i*.  a: !(K.-.t! ir i>tio"i<- n.lc-ri-'-t. All coiiiiiiiinici.  ti-j'.is lo tne K.nu.r nei-t !ki aucouipiiiiicr.  ti.T liic- uamu of tlie vnl-sr. i!.it iic-(:t!.-saill>  for piir.lio4tt.iini. hul is hi, t-vi.lt-nc-*" "  Kond frtiih. C'orr.-'poniloiice mum n-ach tin  , aEAce l.r Tuesday evening to tint! .-  9i?ce in the lirst toiie of the Mail Afloi  rwc-ipr. -  .-piflress '       ,.     '  Thh KoiWbnay -Vail,  Kf.'vi-I.st/ikc H.f.  i\ ,'). P.OX 7(i, 'Kot-titf-v.Lc.  IVlvphuhti Sn. 'J,.  We request our numonui readers to  favor us vvilh their asslstunco In  making* tho KOOTENAY MAIL the  most valuable advertising* medium In tho Kootenays by giving  the preference whori making: pur-  eh&ses, te thoso, firms who arc  regular advertisers In tho KOOTENAY MAIL*  elegraphy fur the benefit of tl.e  Canadian people. Hon. W. Mul-  ock, po.stmaster-general, also intimates that the ' government have  under consideration the establishment of ihe postal-telegraph system  throughout the Dominion.  the Dominion elections; <vf last  week were a further evidence of  the onward march of the L.heral  party in Canada. The party made  mvo notable gain**, Laval in Quebec  and West York in Ontario. Both  seats were firmly held hitherto by  lhe' Cou.-ervative-, and so strong  ivas tbe party in the York constituency that in 1S96 Clark Wallace  .vas elected by tbe enormous majority of -1,068.    What ;i change?  in addres-ing  a   meeting at New  Westminster   on   the   occasion'- of  ihe Now   Westminster   Convention  I'. Taylor  M. P.   P.  is  reported to  have said  "lie   would   continue to  .support   the   Frascr    river  bridge  .scheme and other  necessary public  works! when   the   pre.-ent  solid opposition became the government of  British Columbia."    If  Mr. Taylor  would look   after  the  Fish   Creek  bridge and   tho   roads   and   tr-ail.-  "i^ON'JioxrESO.. aukncy!" j "'anted to open up his constituency  Kii.roptiin :.Hd Colonial Advertising Agency. | h-5 "'Ollld be doing   his duty a good  ideal better.  BEAUTIFUL   WATCH   FBBB.  ,   ABSOLUTELY    FREE. ^  DO YOU WANT TO EARN A BEAUTIFUL WATCH (for men or  ladies) by using only a few moments of your spare time ? Everyone  wants a Watch and we offer a Beautiful 0.\*e Absolutely Fkek for introducing our Miracle Pills. Boys or girls can earn these watches by  sparing a- fe-v0nionicnts of their time after school. Send im at onje  your name and address and we will send you one dozen boxes of our  .Miracle Pills which we have advertised so much1. Sell these at 50c. a  bo-rand send us $(5 by registered mail and we will send you FREE the  watch which we know will pleaHC you. Everybody who has received oiip  has been delighted. ��������� The watch is filled case and fully guaranteed for  one year. Our pills are. the- best remedy known for Dyspepsia, Heart  Trouble, Constipation, Nervous Diseases, Indigestion, blood diseases.ctc  "They are easily sold." Do not delay, but send your name at once and  we will Bend you the Miracle Pills and full description of the beautiful  watch. Write today so as to be the first one in your neighborhood to  begin working for us. To those wishing to pet the watch with pills, if  they send us a money order for $5 being a reduction of f 1 we will send  both the pills and the watch.    Write plainly.  R. COTE tt. CIE, BIC. RIBIOUSKX. CO.. P.O.  Special Offer���������Should  you   desire to see  a sample box of our pills we  will send a full ������50c. box to everybody sending us 10c. in st-nnins.  THE-  -wvvWBy  Anchor Wire Fence  The strongest, cheapest  and i-est all round fence  yet devised. ' Equalh  adaptable for any purpose,  Ranch, Farm or Garden  Fencing, Simple of ���������construction and easily -put  up.  Ths B. C. Aa8bop Fence Co. Ltd.  Head Offloe:  Vancouver, B. C  0. P. SKRINE,      -       MAXAaER.  THE CENTRAL HOTEL  Mention this pa  paper.  CITY AOK.VTS.  r.'-jliiu- of THE, Waii, mar ho obtniiiud from  (tie follow-in-,- cily a;,-ciii-.:  :*.'   '    J. W. HKVKK7T.  XCaxilIia Duct; a; hook Co.  r. 11. Wkli.h.  wi Klc-i-tfr.'  i:. Mitciic-IJ x Co., 1 and 2 Snow mil. I.nmloii,  '������.. I".  TOKO.VTO AGKNCY.  r  'JtnLral iJres*s Ayener..  Cttn.'idian Ariveitisnitf Agency.  i  ' M0NTRKA1. AGK.NXT.  A. MoKirn t Co., Agents.  fliKbarai*- Advertising Ayeucjr.  Harrer Advc-rtifii.������.t|{cnu.v.  Alc-\hiidc;-  Kir������t Av*.  SPOKANE AGKN'CY.  &   Co.., Advertirtinu  Atfints. J21  SAN" KKASCI.SCO AGENCY.  iC.C. Date, 01 and 6.5 Mvruhantt Excliatiic  Accnt-.  NKW YORK AOKKCY.  Jiomli.tftun Bros., 316 Iircwr]������������j*.  CIRCULATION'.  I'm-: Kot/rENAr Mail han a Brut-class cir-  ���������iiil?',ioi) in the* (,'ilv of ICcveluiolit) and jiii*-  rouiKlii:^ district, and al*o at tin following  pi sew- :  Albert Canyon      ,   * Illccillowict  Glacier Ro-jorii lUkS  Goldt-n Salmon Arm t  'Arrowhedtl Tliunik.in'H i.iindine  Comapli.t '   Cnniborne  Trout l-ikc City Tertu^on  Halcyon Hot riprings Natiiisp  A NEW TRAIL.  One of the must-important works  to be undertaken next spring is tbe  extension of the  Jiig   Bund trail to  Canoe River.    At  present the (rail  terminates at Smith Creek. Eeyond  that-is a large area  of  timbar and  mineral land,  which   i.s at pre.-en;  inaccessible, while another valuable  resource which that section appear-  to possess is  found   in the dopo.-its.  of mica discovered   last  year, and  the development of 'which is in the  hands of   Kcveli-toke  parlies.    The  opening of this   trail  is   trebly im-  important-in   view  of  the sieamei  being put on in the spring, nnd wt  trust   that   the    government   will  give special attention to the requirements of   this   hitherto   neglected  portion of the district.  iind , ventilated, and badly lighted. The internal arrangements  are inconvenient0 and subversive  of discipline besides being dangerous in case of fire.Tlie sanitation is  execrable. New buildings nre urgently required. . With this view the  trustees have taken steps to ascertain whether (he $8,000 recently  offered by the government i������ available. They wifhyllnn, thp cooperation of the citizens in suggest-  good, and two years ago my condition  became so much worse that I wuh  obliged to take to 1*113- bed, and call in  .1 doctor, who said that my lungs w*Rf  affectcd, and that I was going into  consumption, and he told"my mother,  who was mostly in attendance upon  me, that my recovery wat* very doubtful. I grew gradually weaker and  and weaker. I could not ait lip for  five minutes ; my lungs pained me ;, I  coughed severely, lost- almost 'all desire for food, and when I.did eat-, I  found it diflioult to retain food on my  should be established, whcthcrlhese   stomach.     I fell away in weight-from  Wanted  100 Customers  ABRAHAMS!},. iRBS..  PROP'S.  Newly built.   ,   First-cl������9������  in   every   respect.      Al  modern conveiiifiicflt.  Laige sample ickjuim.    Fir������'  ptoof   sate.      Free 'bun  meets ah trains.  :���������$&*���������.**-;'  Under SHme manntremrnt.  QUEEN'S. HOTEL,  TROUT LA'KC CITY    ,  to  buy Salmon Arm  milk from the    .  ins*  tho   class   of   buildings   that  Revelstoke Dair>  NOTICE.  should be wood or  brick, and the  amount which the city will be j ire-  pa red to provide  by  bylaw to tiup-  ph'ment the  government graet for  the purpose.    Our own view ie that  the citizens will  reecho  the sen ti  ment of Mr. Rennett,  when, on the  platform of the Opera Hon.-e at the  citizen's   meeting,   he   urged   that  ReveUtoke should   make it a point  '<) be first and ' foremost   in educa-  uona! matters.    To  enable  this to  he done it will be necessary for the  city   to   double    the   government ' .  grant so as   to   provide  148  pounds  to  100 pounds; and I do  not think any of my  friends expected  to   sec   nre  get  better.    But some of  them .urged  liic  to try Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, and  I  decided to do so.    I  began by taking one pill a day, for mv  stomach   was   very   weak ,but  I  was  soon ablo to increase this to three pills  a day, and finally  ru my strength wnr*  increasing under their use, I took nine  pills a day.     Tlie 'change which came  with   the   use  of   the pills was little  short   of   miraculous, and   so marked  and rapid that, inside of   two months  after I   bogan   their use, I was able to  earo   my   bed   and   move about thc  mAKE NOTICK that. \ Iiavo applied tn th.  L C'hlrf Comnithviont-r of 1,,-indi* and Works  to purchase, 30 days nfti-r date, .-* parcel of land  dcMirihed aii follows: ('otiimciinngr ;itapo������.i  nurkod H. K. Drew'* No. I |i..nt, iheiien notilli  10 chain*, thence went IU oliainn. tlii'iic-n follow  Inp riv-nr oank to point of commencement, containing: 10 aeioH more or less.  Thin fraction of land uoramrnces on th'  wcntcrn boundary line of Cory Mi-ttliinii'k's li  acre ptirchaKc.  XMAS   GOODS.  To nixki* your choosing easy get one of  nm*   tfu'^i." catalogties.   , ,Yon   can  look  tlirmiL'h snini"! at-  leisnirt* and nmkc your  selections.     Every iinfc of thc 1000 ilhiB-  (ni,! ions  >bown   in   it-, is  fully described-  .') ������      '  and priced.     Vnhiiibl������ information al*K������  in  other  lines,    It   if yonrr frc* for th������  asking.  B. K, DREW.  Ciimbornc, Jan. 17th, 190*1.  *    8309-3   ROCKER  CC3E LP,   SAT $3.75  WE1LER   BROTHERS,  Complete Furnishers, Victoria, B. 0.  NOTICE  TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS.  ,.-,.. ,    . *   'r0' er - house, and   soon ' after   I' was able to  building not only for today but for,  ���������omo tim**? to come.    It  would   be'  Huri,.n'City  Smith Creek  Cii-inp Creek  Field  Kamloops  Norih liend  Kii'c Valley.  McUulloch ''reek  Cnrnes Creek  Stund.ird KiiHin.  Critiijcllaohie  Kotc.i Hill  Ktlowna  Hear Creek  'Kol)=0!l  Sicxinonri  Ituiivurmuutli  N������wr JJcnver  H  ARVEY & McfJAKTER  BAHRIPTKHS. SOLICITORS, ETC.  Ui-Trcns :    Molpons   IJanb   Ilr.ocit,   IIktki,-  STOKK,  H. C.  .Monev to loan.  Orlicer-: Hcvel-tokc, H. C; Fort Steele, B, C.  (ir.o. S. Mc(\ibtkh, J. A. Hakvkv,  lU'volctoke, H. C. Fort tstceli), 11. C.  J.M  SCOTT, B.A., LL.B.  BAnRitTER.' Solicitor,   Notary  Public, Etc.  Mi'lu-ii'/.ic A vi  Revi'ltftoke, B. (J.  E"  .MJWARD A. HAGGEN, '  Mining Enuinjckr,  - (.Muli.  Aincricmi  Institute Mlniiiir Kn/fineer-)  iMein. Citnndian Mining Inntitute.)  RKVELBTOKK. B. C.  >.'MtU)inatloi) of and  n-porl-H on Mineral I'ro-  '    | perlio a Specialty.  Z\)e IRootcria?" flDafl  FRIDAY, JAN. 25, 1902.  rkvki.ations made in the House  'if Commons show the Unitid  St.'iii*:- to be under the obligation of  ^raiiinde to Great Rritain for  blockli!-.' Austria, France, Ru-ssia  nnd C'-rruany in their united pro-  p'jrii! to back .Spain againrt the  Suites in ihft ftpanir-h-Anierican  w.i r.  Tin. .-(uiil t.i.\ levii'fl' by the oi'y  i- :mi aii-urd iiffair. Kveryhody pj ���������  it -pi ("hiiit-si' priv.-" rent in one foim  nr s'lio:!;':: arid .-o contrilnitcp  t(iv,.irdr ire city r'-venuc. If the  tax wc,-.: eon lined to ihe Chinei-e  ff-id. nl.- of th*- city it would meet  it- piirp-j".* arid remove an existing  inin*:! !-.���������'".  1LLKC1LL1WAET.  A good deal of indignation is expressed, al   Ille'cilliwaet   over   tln-  abolition of the  mining  recorder'*-  ollice there.    On tbe  resignation oi  Mr. Stewart a   requisition   was go-  I up asking that  Mr.   Mooney be, a\ -  pointed, but  the  government hav.  intimaled that, 'on   account of the  small   revenue,  such   ollice  is  no  required.    Wc     consider    this    a  mistake.   The   ollice   is   paid   bv  commission on revenue.adn if there i-  little revenue tliere is little expense.  On (he other   hand   such   appofnt-  ment is   a   great   convpnlince   to  inining  men at    Illecilliwaet'.   and  ���������"iich conveniences  should   be   provided at outlying points.   1'JV ��������� IW1B  MR. TAYLOR, M.P.P.  The action of T. Taylor, member  for Revelstoke, in joining  th������  Mc-  Uride faction  in   opposition to the  government meets  with  -nholefah-  condemnation     throughout      thi?  constituency  and it  i?  safe to say  that   were  Mr. Taylor a candidal!  tomorrow  he could   not stvc   his  deposit.    Mr. Taylor'was elected to  represent this constituency and not  as    a' flunkey  to.. McRride.     Mr.  Taylor's support of  the  Dun-muir  government    met    with     general  approval.     That' government   ha-  treated liim  and   his  constituent  well, and no  previous  government  ever did   *o much for the development   of  the country  and   for it.-  general advancement.    The   people  here  have  yet  to  find any reieon  for   Mr.   Taylor    antagonizing    a  government that has done so much  good work and there is a good den'  w?H to con-ider whether the city  ���������hould not acquire block, 52 for  -chool purposes, and whether in  .he proposed new buildings provision should not be made for!  high school accommodation at an  early date. .We believe that Kevel-  "toke could now muitargthe nece?-  ������ary high school .roll of 14, and as  it is 5cver.il   pupils are' being Hen.  '    *(J      '    i.      t f Jf :���������  ro outside-j oints  for higher-educsr-  t-ion. ' "���������'...  A matter', that , is ��������� dcf������rving of  a:tpntion i? thc lengthening of the-  lunchiron recess, as in a scattered  city like Rc\i-|stoke an hour is toi  short. The Nelson trustees have  taken thc right course.  Wc nre glad to note that th.  .'iscipline of .the Fchool hnr bar  attention at the hands of the Irm-  ���������pes, and the excellent effect of tl.  ������������������npport given to the, teachers ������������������  -trictly enforcing discipline is ���������-  ready apparent.  ALMOST * A 1IHACL:  WROUGHT I.V   THE CASE 07 A  CHABLOTTETOWN LADY. ,  Rcr Daetor >*l"  th������  ���������������������������������.������  ;n CoQfnmjir!������n An--*  HrM Out no Kr.-*������ of  R������c8Tery-To-djy  Shin  Well. **troi-* ���������������* Aetirt.  From ikp Iilftndcr. Chariott-town. P.K.I.  Stntistici published   from    time   to  time n 11o������������������*- the numb-r of deathi occur; inj; throughout thin conr.try from  connimption   to   be   **   jrreat at the  number cauiod   by   ������1I  other prfvfnt-   iblo dinNiuc* combined.    ,It i������ no won-  !^r. tli������rrforr. that tin*, m.rdical friter-  nity has at lacr ������waked to thc Uct  thst tht* mor-t urjf-ent means mint be  tntfn to prfTrnt it* further tproad,  and to teach thr public that whilf the  diseiio i������ readily ("oinriitinieated from  (ini pTson fo another, il, n not eecus-  s.-irily' inherited, though the tendoney  to it m,iy be. It ir therefore, of the  iitr.in-Jl   iniport-infc   that  people n-ith  walk  about  in the open air and make  short visits to my friends.     On one of  these occasions I   met   tbe doctor who  had, attended   me, and  he asked me  what 1 had been taking that had,made  g.ich an  improvement.    1 repliud that  I had been taking   Dr. Williams' Pink  Pi. Is, and he said ' all righi, eon tin ue  taeni, th-jy   won't  hurt you anyway.'  Well, 1   continued   taking them until  I had used  seventeen  boxes', with the  result  that I, never felt better than J  do..now���������not   even -in' my  girlhood,  days*.'' It is more  than a' year since I  st.ipped taking  tl)0 pills, and you can  tit..', for yourself what they did for me,  1   may  any, too,  that  my weight has  increased  to   137  pounds.     1 am not  anxious ' for   publicity,  but-   when   I  think of  what  the pills did for me, I  believe I  ought  to sacrifice* my  own  i'eclinjjB for the  benefit of some other  poor surTerer."  I>.  Williams'' Pink Pills have pro-  Uiced  such  remarkable cures as the  ibove, because they  are wholly unlike  rdinary   medicines, which   only   act  yon   the.  symptoms.     These pills go  ,rect to the root of   the trouble, mak-  ig   new, rich   blood,   and   giving in-  rcAsed  strength with every dose.    In  ..is way they cure consumption in its  .irlr stajeu, also such  diseases as par-  .lysis,   rheumatism, St.   Vitus''dance,  .eart   trouble,    neuralgia,   dyspepsia  ���������hronie   erysipelas, aud   all   the functional troubles that make the lives of  <o many women_miserable.     The genuine pill*   are sold only in boic* bearing   the   full   name.   *' Dr.  William**"'  i fink Pills for PaI*Temple."    lfyoudo  not rind them   at   your   dealers, they  * ill lie   sent  post  paid'at   50 cents a  box  or   six   boxes fer $2.50 by addres-  ing.  the    Dr.    Williaiiis .Medicine Co.,  Hrockviilp, Ont.  To W. If. McICcchiiio. J. \V. Jofl'H. John Mo-  Mt-ckin. J. G. Allun. Jrft'oliKlcis|ininn, Thos  J. Oruliitni, mid Jus. \V: VaiI, oriiny pei-hon  or pertiim holdiiiK or claiming* any transfer,.  from siime.  I/ndrr tho Mineral Act, 18S". .-md .���������imendmont,-  thiTfto: ,  NOTIfiB J..    '    WEItKIlV OIVKN  that, wn, I", MuCai'ly - T. Kilp.iii-,ck.  T. Downie. ",'rcd t'ra-uir, O. M, H.i.qo & Co.  have performed all tlm assrhsment work on the  St, Ixiuiri, Si. I^iwrciiou. aud Columbia mineral  tilninis, situate in Jordtin Piwh, in the Itovol-  ���������tnke Minine DiviNion of Went Kootenaj, lo-  c������tc������] ia AukiimL 1.-:I5. and it corded ,-ti, ReveJ-  ������toke on tho !7th (Uy of Ani-u<t, 189,., .tnd aiwi.  nit tho l^idonicr niinci-a.1 claim, situated in Jor  d*n Par., located in Supt. liiil.5. and rccordiid on  tho 13th dA>- of .*sep(,('iiilier, l.-fti. and lliat W. Il,  McKechnie. J. W. .loir*. Joliii.McMeekiii. J. U.  Allan, (iienh FleiHliui.tn, Thn<. .1. Gr.ihiim, and  .las. W. Vnil, tho i-ecordod owners of intorcslM  in ibo said mineral claimu, have iit'itlecled lo  door pay fur their nlMre of'the ayscssment  work and unlosu Hiiid oliariyeK aro pot paid  within ninety days from the first pnlilitMtit.n of  thi������ notiec, wo sli.ill proceed to record uuch de-  linquenf intort*Kt as prni-ided by Section II  nf tno Mineral Act- Amendment Act !!)���������������.  Dated   at   Itevolstoke, the Ctk day of D-iccni-  ber, 1901.  V. McCARTY, ,  T. KILPATItlQK, ,  THOB, DOWNIE,  '    FRKD KRASKRi  ,   C. B, IfL'MB & CO..  "  ,  .,-       ....       ,     Co-owners.  ogevB   Bros.'  Pl.-itwai-c is iisttl all over  tlie   world, and i.s genuine in material "  ���������mil finish.   'We handle it in Dinner nnd Dessert Knives. Dinner and Dessert Forks; 'Fable, Dessert and Tea  Spoons���������AJ1  Warranted.   Also -    *     .  Jose  Ratware and lli^h grade steel Table Cutlery. A jrreat variety  of Carvers in and out of cases: Dinner, Dessert and Breakfast  Knives in Celluloid and Ivory. All are handsome and useful  presents.  Mcliei^ai], McFeely'gL Go, Ixtd.  c.  HARDWARE WHOLES/ LE & RETAIL  WANTED  Advertisements under this heading  will in- published at one cent |.er word  per, i-sii**.    Cash with order.  ���������,.'): iiiivi- lo urge upon l.he government ib*-' appointment of a public  .-idniiiii-irator at Revelstoke. As  matiers stand. i-siat*.-s in Revelstoke  'listrict nr'* wound up at Fori  Sicele���������an ab:-urd arrangement.  I'rivcrnmerit agent or  reliable man should be  public     administrator  )f   talk   about  rallini;   on   him   to   -���������1**-���������������"*���������  'lboukl  "*' ^  W**  1 c^re of theniie]\-9s to prevent consuiiip.  lion   obtaining   ������    hold   tipop   them,  meet his constituents here and  defend his conduct. '1 be oj.f-rwilicn  convenlion al Now Weeirnini-ler tl.e  u:her day was one. of the most  chiiilish and farckralpnl.tjon 1 galb-  eringc that has been *-e<-n for a long  fiirr, out-of door nir, lots <<f sunshine,  wholesome food and a pood tonic  mr-dicmc to k-"-i.p the blood rich, red  ind pure, will enable anyone, to reiiit,  the inroads of lhedispn-p.    ,\r a blood  Kit her   th.,1  >omc f)lb"r  l.rne, and   when   Messrs.   McBr.de,   form in-;  toni',  there  is  no medicir.p  Taylor  and   lhe  few  others   there  proceeded   to     allocate    portfolios  amongst  thi m-elves   they   been me  lhe   laughing utock of the country.  ,ip|.i*int'-'l  ).  uo>-  J. I T;irle Strike!- tlie. riglll  noy when he says the 'Dominion  Covernmerit intend to acquire tin  ri -j life er   tho   systcrn   of   wireless.  THE CITY HJH00LS.  The new School tru.-tf;e.H havcm.idp  ;i thorough investigation of the  ohool buildings and are agreed  that they are Utterly ununited  for present purposes. They arc  cold and comfortless, badly ncsited  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,  where   freely   and   fairly  thc equal of  These   pi IN  med, will strengthen the weakest constitution, r.nd hare curid many cu'es  of eoniiimption when taken in iti  early ������t,ig('������. Proof of this is given in  the eii,f- of Aire. A brain Henry, of  ���������flliarlfitietown; P.?:.!. To a reporter  of the r������landcr who called upon Ivr,  Mrs. II en ry said :���������"A few years jeyo  1 found myself growing weak and pale,  and 'mucinted. 1 took various medicines on lhe, advice of friends, but  none of them, appeared to do mo any  , WANT El ���������To sell nil excellent ranch  ! Weli situated   ro   market.   Stock  I nnd   implt-iiients   can   be  had   at  valn.itifiii, p'or p.irtiuulars apply  i to ollice of the Koote.vay Mail.  WANTKf)���������Hiiiidsomu American lidy,  independi-ntly rich, -.cjiitu jjrtod,  honc-it bus band. Address IM  Wasbin*ton St.. Chicsg.), Ills.  Kric.  , WAXTKO���������To   sell     ,-flOO   Williams  typewrifr   for    $i>5.       Apply   at  Office of K'O'-TK.VAV M.III..  WANTKD���������';ood canvasser tn repre-  cent n* jn'.evry locality, Ad-  _dreii> Box 53! Vancouver.  WANTKD���������.-^inili cottage convenient  to   station -\ppl>'    Kooir.yw  Mail ollice  WANTKf)���������f'Vri.'.^r" n/ime.s. ,-end ui  the name."and pi.atoffice addresses  of oh-vfi) fiirii.e/v ?.-ho have land to  clear or have o,f f,,j- a Stump Puller, and we nil mail frc- toyour  ' address a copy of our Htorics of  the r.rfat North*-pst, now going  to press. Writ.-r,;,..inly.and ,-iddreas  the VV. Hrnith Oruhhcr Co., Ls  CJrosse, Wis  WANTICD��������� Your .order for visiting  card*. 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Utr M nht,vr. wfirk.  ....?& K^*'' '-1*"1 l,r"-h wn* M'J iitrwt ������������������*"���������  u t: IT ",TtU!i ���������f"1 **"������ Knuis^/  Weekly Post Intelligencer.  Facts About a Great Paper.  , ' It is the Leading r.iper of thc Northwest: It i.s edited  'or the busy man, and i.s devoted exclusively to out-of-town  readers. It is a 12 to i.| pajro paper printed every Thursday,  It is the Daily boiled down to one edition. It gives all the  telegraphic news of the week up to the time of goiiiif to press.  !ts,Market;pao'c is the standard of the Northwest." Its short  tnd.lono- sU)|-ies are the best. --' It .contains a paye devote-;!'ex-'  cliisively, to women and also one for the.children'.' It publishes  valuable articles in* relation Uo the farm,' field and garden, and  .dvesnrtny^ f,-om practical experience,'  .vhic.h in themselves have been the means of putting.nwny dol-  l-irsvinto the pockets of tho-ie interested in these pursuits. It  contains,illustrations and beautiful half-tones. ��������� It is, in hict, all  that could be'de.sired.by the most exact.  In Connection with THE KOOTENAY MAIL You Get All  Tlie News All The Time.  I. | , (1 ;       ' V ,, _  B;ing or send your Subscriptions to this office.  Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke, B. C  Sample Copies Furnished on Application.  i  ,4  1  %  'i  ��������� 7 ,-������������������������������������ ���������.���������'-, - . .-' *.-��������������������������� ������������������'���������.,"���������������������������'��������������������������������������������� -i    .' ������������������' ' , ���������'   .'Si'JM      ���������    '  ��������� .     '��������� ������������������ . \i, '  * i   ' ,-������������������'������������������ .������������������-'' ������������������'������������������' 7*3  ..,..-������������������ ��������� ....,,...,.��������� fe| C/  %  i I.i  mi kY)Of EN AT MATL  LOCAL  INDUSTRIE^\L m������*t favol':ll,lc  impression of the j  '*������**    Dominion,   which    he   regards   as   a '  country of boundless possibilities. Tho |  ,  G F. &J. Gait's Tea Business.���������  Its Rapid < Growth  and   t  Prr jperity.  (From tlio News-Adverti������er.)  An indication of the' rapid growth  ot thc city,, and of  what ability, when  backed by indomitable energy, can  do  towards building up an important and  paying business in the -West, has been  ably domoiiHtrated  by  the wonderful  s icccss  that  has followed  the Wtab  , Lshment-of a branch,of Messrs. G. F.  & J. Gait's tea business in  Vancouver.  Barely four years ago, Mr. J. I). Roberts arrived in Vancouver with a hand  mtchel, containing four-pound samples  of   Gait's   rrow   famous   Blue Ribbon  t-Ms.    With   energy,   tact  and determination, be set to work to make these  tens known  in   Vancouver and on the  Pacific   Const,   generally,   'His object  was to make the  article anil its nam-.  a household word'.'     That  he  has succeeded is best shown  by a   visit to the  warehouse  and  offices  that the Company operates in the city to-d.iy.  wheat fields of the Northwest and tho  mines of' Brjtibh Columbia were a  revelation to him. He told the Colonist that he would like the paper,  if it mentioned him at all, to say that, he  had made the. production of breakfast  foodsi  J. Quiietto,  hiii opened   in   1). Gallicano's building  on Second St. with a good stock of  ASTHMA CURE FREE I  Groceries, Dry Gocds, Boots, Shoes I iVstllmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent        Revelstoke. B. C.  ��������� "  Cure in all Cases. ,    ..    D     ���������. .  Leading Brands  rise       - ifg^^^T  Cigar Company j i^S^L^ .^I^JsLt  Cottage  TO LET.  corner   Fourth'Street and  ispecial subject of observation, Orton Avenue. For particulars applv  and he had no hesitation in saying | to D. F, Forlw. The Moleons Bank. *  that these produced by Brackman-  Ker Milling,Co., are. the bost'in'the  world. Thi3 statement waa volunteered by him, and he said it was a pleasure as a miller to he able to give such  a testimonial to a B. C, product.  SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE OS RECEIPT OF POSTAL.  WRITE YOUSNAB1 ASHD ABDBSSS yLAIHLY.  "l  ((  'a*m^eaa!BiaiBaEB4!tiajBjMaijBB  BSSir  PELLEW^HARVEY,  BRYANT    &    GILMAN,'  .Vanoouver, B. C.  TEETHING,BABIES.'   ,  A  Trying ,Timo  for   Mother*)    When Ureal  C-iro and Watchfulness in' Ntcohsary.  There is scarcely any period in  habya curly life requiring greater  watchfulness on the part of tl.e  mother than when baby i.s tec-thin*..  Almost invariably the little one suffers much p.iin, is cross, restless day  ami nipht, rwpiiring so much care  that the mother is worn out looking  after it.      But   there   are   other real  dangers frequently accompanying this  When llio *��������� News-Advertiser" repp*- period that threatens baby's life it-  scntativo visited the Cordova Street | self. Among these are diarrhoea, in-  prcmises last week he saw,'piled up in  the warehouse, between 1,500 nnd 1,(300  eases oi lea, weighing 110 pound.-- each,  in addition to large stocks of- coffee.--,  spice,'., flavoring? .-md other household  requisites nianufactuted by that firm.  In thc'r.iilway warehouse there was an  even larger consignment of Blur Ribbon goods, awaiting removal tin the  Company's own premi&e!.  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYERS  Mill Tests Smelter Tests  Up to 4000 lbs.  Checking Smelter Pulps a Specially  Havo You a Doubtful Piece of Rock?  Wj'll Tell You what it i>  FREE OF  CHARGE.  digestion,    colic,    constipation'   and  convulsions.     The 'prudent    mother  will   anticipate    and    prevent, these  troubles   by   keeping   b���������by's stomach  and bowels ia'u   natural   and healthy  condition by  the   utxj' ���������f Baby's Own  T.ioieis, ;i   medicine ,readily   taken by  all i-hiiibvn and   winch,' dissolved in  w.iter,   may   be   given   wan   perfect  s.iH-iyr io even a   new-born infant.   In  A brief inspection was made of   the  every   home  where   these   Tablets are  'lufler.'niid it   was found that not only   useu baby n, Ongnt   and   tieiiithy and  a:o  ihe   leas, spices, etc., as received   Hie- moiner Into  real   eo.niortivitn it  f.-oni tl e Winnipeg and Toronto pack-  '^id does  not    ne.-sit.ttii   co    tell  iicr  ing house.'., retailed here, but that tins  brunch' receives direct shipments from  Ceylon " and India, via the Empicss  liners.    Tin*  steamship Tartar, which  ri .    I " '  arrived   from   the  Orient   last' week,  brought n heavy consignment of  bulk  teas  for  Messrs.  G. F. & J. Gait, i.nd  but, few of thc Oriental  liners arriving  here   during   the   tea   season   fail to  u bring shipments   for.  this  firm.   The  teas   come   from    India   and Ceylon,  direct from the  four  plantations controlled   by   the.   Company,    Receivid  h-jre iii   bulk   thc  teas arc divided up,  some being forwarded to the firm's Toronto house, the .largest shipment to  \Vinnipc_g. -'while   Mr.  Roberts retains  for the hicitic Const trade whatever he  may consider necessary.      ���������-  On   being .removed  from the wharf  the. tca^ are  taken   direct to the warehouse,' where a-  large-staff is kept busy  day in and day out-  blending and putting  up   thc  teas   in the well-known  packages,  bearing   the.   Blue   Ribbon  Tea   label.      For   the retail trade the  te i is put iip  in-one ant's- half.p-.uiid  ��������� ��������� pickages.    Three-thousand pounds per  Bffl '-td.i.v is often put up in pound and half-  pound  packages  and  the contents of  -10 110 pound'cases of teas have-passed  out- of lhe warehouse doors in one day.  to fill the ordcis   from  thc Company's  agent* and mcrchants'oi  this district.  As  industry creates  industry, so the  tea-packing   necessitates  other trades  being   kept   busy, large   quantities of  printed   labels, card   board,   tin   foil,  lead wrapping and tin caiinistcrs being  required.     The  lend sheet ing alone is  purchased   by   thc   car-load   in esses  weighing 22S pounds each.  Besides teas, spices, icing/, jelly  piwdcrs, baking soda, cream of tartar,  flavoring extracts, etc., all of the Blue  Ribbon brand, are .manufactured by  the   firm, and   recently   the Monsoon  Mrs. 0, J. Duiaiiey.iJrouK-  "l n.ive  ���������icga-jtgiimg  my  u.i'*yw'ti.tiiy'8 uw.i  nsiighbors.  villi.-, s ya:  ti.incii-iiiouths' old  T.ti.leis, wmuiovei*   necessary, i'or sum  riuiitl.spasi.   She   was   teeming una  w.is ciuss   ,-uid   restless,    lier .gums  were n.inl .ind   iuti.iined.,   After'usm-*-  tne  T.miets she grew quiet,   the m-  iliiinniaiioi] of che gums was reduced,  and her teeth did  nat.  seen to oocner  her any ( more.   An   improvement in  baby's condition was   uuticmle 'almost  at once, and I think there ie no better  medicine for teething babies.'!    Baby's  O.vn   Tablets  can   be   procured   from  d.-uggists or will bo."sent post paid at  ii "cents a box,   by  addressing the Dr.  W.i I isms' .Medicine    Co.,   Brock ville,  O.it.  A GUARANTEE���������-"'I hereby certify  that I have   made  a   careful chemical  a liilysis of Baby's Own Tablets, which  I personally purchased   in a drugstore  in .Montreal.  'My  analysis has proved  that the Tablets contain nbsolutely no  opiate or  narcotic,   that  they   can be  given   with    perfect    safety    to   the  y iiingest   infant;   that   they   are     a  sue iind 'efficient-    medicine  for  the  troubles they are  indicated to relieve  and cure."  (Signed) '     '  MILTON L. IIER3EY, M. A. Sc,  Provincial  Analyst- for Quebec.  .Mont real, L<c.'28icl,"l.H)L - ,  flu Revelstoke Rink Co.  LIMITED  Now open for the Reason.'' Skating  every afternoon and evening ��������� fn,m  3 to 5 and 8 to 10 p.m.  The public are invited to visit the  Kink, no charge being made for spectators.  A charge of 25 cents will ho mad.  for skating. -In the afternoons���������  l.ndies or children 15 cents.  Season Tickets may be purchased al  the Rink���������Ladies SpM.n0 ; Gcntlemei  ijiii.OO ; Children ipJ.OO���������GoocKor skating afternoon or evening, except  special events such as 'Carnival.':,  Hockey Matches, etc.  Curling every afternoon and evening.  Hockey Pkactices,   ���������  Seniors���������Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays'.from 10 to 11 p.m., and Wednesdays from 7,to S p.m. ������������������  Juniors���������Tuesdays from 10 to II  p.m., Thursdays from 7 to 8 p.m: ',  Ladies���������Tuesdays from 2 to 3.    r  .Refreshments  will   1������. served in the  waiting rooms.  S*# *M\  /���������V-.i/'WB.?  '?=���������>?��������� ?��������� iVjT*  If--1 v,**V ?���������  ' Kf*W ������:  ���������������%%&  ���������<%'f'^\s'Y>\  EVfes'"*?  Then- is nothing like A-tbuial**ni'. Ii  l.iiiiga iii-ljii.t nliif, even in tin* whim  ea������.'������.    It cur.'s v-,lit-n all ������������������!������(��������� fails.  The R-v. p. C. Wells ���������( Villa KidK,* III..  hay-: ���������*Yi.m- ti-i;tl lioti].* of A-ltiiiialen.-  lei i-ivHrl in j������(iort (-im'iiition. I caiiiinl t.-ll  you hnw Lhnnkliil I f.-.-l for lhe c������������������d il.--  liv.-d fioni ii. I ������as a *.lavi> clniiti.-d witli  pm rid m.p> ihr-'.U' iiml Astbiiiii f.n- t.-i.  V.'UI*.. I despoiled nf .Mf-r l.i-injj, i-ni-.-d. |  "���������'71* your ailvei-iisi'incnt I'm ihe i in-., nfj  this di-.-adl'iil mid Ini-nioriliiif; di-i-a*-.- A*>tb-  rim, aiifl lli..ii-.-bt vou hud ���������>vi*r.*.pi.tii>ii ynur  M-lves, but ri-olveil in jrjvi- it h liinf. T.<  mr H-Kuii-iiini nt Uie liini Hiliil like ���������  i*h,irm.    Si-nil rn.* ;t full sixe bin tie."  ENTERPRISE"  SELKIRK."  Ckas. J. Amin,    A. V. Stewart,  PROP IETOR3.  'T;  eavo Revelstoke:  ^GRlftetS  feELIEF.  phi iip, cbloroforiTi m-'cihei  Rev. Dr. Morris Wcchler  Riibbi of !hr ("otig. Hitni  Niai'l  New Yoik. .I.iti'. Kill. li'Oi.  Drs. Tnfl Bros. Medicine <!���������-..,'  Gcnt'in.i'f.: **^ . m A ���������-1 l.rn;. li t,i ism i>  rellent remedy f<ir_-A_*.ih.ii.!..ii.!l-!{4.yT4ii<",.v.'  , nnd its coinposiiion aljevi.iles nl] ti*iiiil.|e>  wIiiib (-(.mbiiie wiib AmIhiwi. It- mhi-i-.--  !������. r-siuiuMiiriu i.id ������ ,,i,d, rlul. All.-r hav-  it>tr il i-rnt-fiillyri. iii.lj zkI, vveian -t.-.lc ihin  Astl-nuilerie c(.ni������iiih  m,  i.pinin,   m,   n,,.  Very truly }-Vmrs.,t  REV. DR. MORRIS WECHSLKR.  Avon* Sprikos, N. Y, Feb. i. 1.001.  Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Col  Genii..,,!;.,-,:  I writ., this testimonial f,nm n s,.nse ���������f ,intv, h-ivinir't.^t-'irfbe  omb-r 1,1 eff.-,-, of y..,l.  A ,r|..l,:,le���������e,   for   .be   ,-nre   ,,f   As.  ,,,?,.'.Mv   ��������� if.     , ,��������� s  "������������������ii afllii-red vviil, M,Hs������������������������|,l.������Mhm.i for !l���������- p������.st VZ veais.    H���������vfi g.-xl a.iJ|.*,|  .ym-ii-jkillas vvellasniai.yollii.r.s. I <-|,a���������,-,'.fMn see   vmir own   <l������n  on   vi.hi-  Bit. about lh.'lst,ifN..Keii,h,.r     I Verv  s)(,,n ' ..t.lic.-.l  ��������� 1(1 she is ,.,",. i,,.lvr,   , f --"������������������������������������"'"''K  *,">���������-'   ���������'������������������������������>������*   b*T   A-thniH   has   disiipp,.;,,,.,!  .... ...T '.���������'':"' ^^'"..''il^Yiiiptoiiis".    I fuel ,hat,   I   ,.���������������   ronsisp-,, ly   ,.,.,..  ���������ly wib- com  ��������� radical imp  .m.ne.Ki Hie m.-dirim- K. all who ���������',. i-fflict,^ wiih^'hA d^mWiiVd^'aT.  -    Y.iuis-!-HSPHcifi,llv.        '       o. D. PHELPS, M. D.  ���������Air. TAFr Bros Mkdicixb en. '       " pHh_ . mh  UKIITIKIGATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  \N'OTICK.  Algnni.-i JliiKji-itl Claim; hiluatu in the Arrow  l.uku .Minmn ilivis-iun of Wtsl Kooti'n.ij-  District, Whoro lni.-a.c-(l: On tl.e west Kill'.'  of Upper Arrow Ijtki-. ubuiit 1 mllisonlh ol  l'i|irfsl(m Creek.  TAIC"- N'OTICK tli.it, I. IV. .1. IL Holmen.  (U-lnii; ns iifjent, for thii .Mount Sicker and Hrit.  ish Columbia Dcvcloiimont t'onipiinv. I.imilcii.  c'i'ou .Alinur'-i ('-jitill.-'iitc No. Hi'lil!'. iiilrnd,  ���������evly iluy- from ll.u.<U'u hwvnf.tn n|),.lir-to tin.'-  Mining Itccoi-ilur for a (.'ortillcato of Iinpmvc-  munrs, for the pnrposo ofnobtiiininKa Croirn  Uriint of tlio ntiiivo oliiim.  Myl fiirlliL'i- titku nol ice that action, under  s.'i'tion 3". immt he commenced before the  issii mc-: nf Kiioli ("ort.ificnti; of Improvements.  Dated this niih day of November, A; 1)., 1901.  *" W. ,1. IT. HOLMK.-5, P. 1,. S���������     ,'  Acont.  ������7 East St. New York City.  TR1ALV BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREEON RECEIPT OF POSTAL. -  co.^oKH^u&aZ'KrVcC' "d<iv'sr* ^*"taft:bros. medicine  Sold by All Druggists.  Seeds, Trees,  Plants, Ms; . .  CUE EN110 U SE P LA NTS  clean certificate from inspector.  AGRICULTURAL  IMPLEMENTS.  BEE SUPPLIES,  FIH"IT  MVsiVKTS,  FERTILIZERS,  For Spring Planting.    Catalogue Free.  m: J. HENRY,  3009  Wotniinster  Road,' Vaiicoiivcr  "    Wiiitk Laisok'Oni.y,  Wpiglet Porritt,  PHOTOGRAPHER.  f  ' Devi'li.pineiii of  plates and films fm  .���������iinal.'iiis   u.ifl.-i tak.-n.     Tei n'ls on ap  plii-atiini.      Du-k   'n.oiri' (leiiipiiraiilv  C.'.nail.i Di iij; ,-iiul Cook CL).  Phone AllW . ��������� i     P. O. Hex 3*.*i  , Pacific Coast  Private Detective Agency,  '   VANCOUVER."  Collections nuide.       Fir.-t .'liiss lefercnet-.  UI'-KICE HOURS!:  8 to infill.in.        . ISO toi p. n.  Room 2. l-'ador lllock. Opposite !'. O  -UNION  C!GAR=  FACTORY.  BRANDS^--I������nSSSS&>-  '���������Our Special" & -'The Union."  ,H. A. BROWN PROP.  REVELSTOKE,      -    ,/   B. C.  L-astbound 8:20  Westbound 17:30  Southbound 8:10  I'U L' RI ST CA R 5 E R VIC Ii , T<>  Si.   I'.-iul���������Sunday,-;,   Wwim'Ainya,  and Fridays.  ��������� Jlontreal i BiXon���������Fridav-*  To:onto���������Sundiiy-i .ic  V\'ediio*lAy*i  DIRECl     STEAMSHIP    SERVICii'  from   Vancouver   to  CHINA. JAPAN.  AUSTRALIA, ALASKA. '  Passenger tiekcis ro ail point** st  lovvcFt rate.s. For mil in format ion sad  p;iiliful.n-* apply to nearest agent". '  li. .1. COYLE,      T. \V. URADSSAtr.  A.C.P.A.,   ' Agent,  VA NCOl'VER.       REVELSTOKE.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Route to tlie Old C������an������rjr.  AI.UN IJNE-Froui SI. .loiir.  runi'.iaii  i'.a* miil.in  I'arisi.iii  Miini.iian  -   tint  J������n. tri*  DOMINION UNE-Krom Po.-lUe-i.  Va neon vol-  (.minion  lominion  (mc l*rt,  J������B   1*1*  HKAVEH IJNE-"("roi(i St. Jr*n.  iarlli ('a-.tl{-  ������iko Ontario  -ike .-n:it-ii..r  D*������ 9*1,  J.in   Srd  '*   Utb  Paesonj-'ors ticketed lliroush to all *pnrtP ������f  .'real Hritain nnd Ireland, and alrpociallv lov������  iit.sio ,ill parts of the European continent,  vpply io ni-aro-t r.iihvav or steaui"hip flfjen-* erf  o , ,  C.  W.  2rtADSHAW.  Agent.  Refel������t<)li������.  V. N.   "A refer " or i>. S.   !: i������^������,"  r-'Zft.  Kootenay LodKe  N0.15A.F.&A.M.  ^vJ     /ir//.-       *   *   The regular meeting  ^^jfe^iS^" ���������    arc held in tin* MftB-  J^S^5^4=������^S       ouic 'I'cniplo. I'mirnc  ^^ilKII  in -  JIiill.  on  the    third  /Monday    in   each  .ini.iilli   nt   '^   p.   ni.  Visiting ,breihrrn  -   ..   coi-.liailj- wiik-omcd.  OOKDON"   Skciiktakv.  aEVZLSTOr-ZlS LODGE, I. O. 07F., No. 35.  Mm Steam Lanndryu  ."'  Ageney. ��������� . '  ' -V'* ������      Regular mocrintr*. arc held  ������������������'--���������;'-*&?     n Oddfellows' Hull evorj  v������Xi.   -ri .....  ..i..i..   ..    --���������-.*,,  Bridge Inspector Miller informs ua  that there, are from 51) to 55 men employed on bridge work on the mountain division of the C. P.!"R.  1  Blown to Atoms.  The old idea that the body sometimes needs :i powerful, drastic purgative pill hits hi'cn exploded; for Dr.  IC inn's New Life Pills, which are perfectly harmless, gently-stimulate, liver  Tea Company was absorbed by Messrs. j and bowels to expel poisonous mutter,  G. F, it .1. Gall, and these, with the j I'lcanse the system and absolutely cure  other brands, are being bandied by the I Constipation and Sick Headache.Onlv  1  cents  at   the    Canada   Drug  and  local branch.  Mi*-'rs. Morris A* 'Steed arc agents  for ItevnlFtoke, f,.r the P)-,*.e Ribbon  and Monsoon Teas.  Thousands  Sent Into Exile.  $25,000 OUR.GRAND $25,000  1 Ornithological' Contest.'.  SonirtliiiiK entirely new and interesting.  Roml what, ynii iro t>> do. Yon may L-et gl.OOii.  Our contc-t, is to -oe who can mako"the largest  liM, nf iiiime- (or kinds) of birds from the follow-  iiiK list of liitterx:  vvdooocckquliaprtarid"'q  esp'nielvebrdimwadohtl  \Ve vvill recognise ns a bird anythinu belonic-  iiiKln the fi'al hcred Inbe, whether it is a Hen.  Crow, tiingi-r or any other kind. Yon can line  ���������my leller ,ik tunny times to make a name an it  appeal-,, in I he lim. of lettc'v* above; for instance  H'nodeo-'k, Plover. Snow liini, etc. Tn any  pt-i'sons who can make a li-<t of 23 or morr dif-1  i.'i'i'iit iiiimcs-'.)( birds*, ivo will Kivn ubsiiliildj '  I.'l! V.V, a b.-.nitifiil Prize value $l,l>Kl or Ire*;.  BIG PRIZES AWARDED DAILY.  When j on have made out yonr list fill out the  line on I Ivo Iniilmii nf 1I1U tulvt. nnd tend to in*  with arfiiiinp"d Addressed envelope, clump uf  yonr i-oiinti-y Will dn. then if yo'i are awaidcd  a pi-i/.e yon can if jou desin- L-ct tlio prize by  iiiviirniiiK a Mib-icrihcr to 'Iin: Woman's  ���������".Voisi.n. ".Ve shall award a prize io every per-  inn who hinds Lin- n.une of .'.i llird-', *nid our  ;,-if|v will be ni foliow.>: For lhc bust lisl, re:  oi'ivfiil each .lay. a Cold W.vtcl.; for the second  l.,"s|. -olmiiiii cai"h day a beautiful Iinportrn  Ti'ii Set; lor the ������evon next be^l soliiiion- each  day, a Koin-ali Hakih Di-.m-ind and Hub} Riiic;  (or the next best K.ilution.a Cold Piece;iind for  all tit hoi- comet ���������ioiuiion-;,, Prize..- uf Hood  Value. These Prizes will be f..i warded dailj.  j-.ni will not have lo wait a Ion-; time in uncertainly brio"-! ymi know the rexiiir. There i������ no  eliun-nt of Intw.-ry in our "plan, il miiki-K no dif-  li-i-f-n-n whi-lher we irei your hf.lnl ion late or  ��������� a.lj :n ihe day. All you need Is to pn>i thN  ... Ivt.l.0 it-, and on the da\ it renchcF, lis. if  . | vnin*   list   1-  Ihe  li.-st. you vhill havn thu Gold  Stewart    for   htuldlllg   a    new   piece of | Watch m-if -cend  ������������������������������������-L the b.-antifnlTra Set  ! ;in.I soon.     Wc (.-iiitranler thai, ivo will award  ,-, *-- ; -,,-^b      .. ..Miuii.-iii.Mi ^   j i.ii. i:\ur  ...���������'���������/-.''.���������.���������j������."-i.25\T,"lrh,'a)- nltflil  at   einrli  '������������������ .������������������'.������������������>,���������."'*"-ttp o'clock.   Viuitin-jr brother  ' ,r ^:���������v    cnrdially weleonied.  It. S. WIliSON, N.G.   J. A. STONP:, II. & K.f".  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12,* I. O. O. F.  Meets every Tiicuday  evening in Selkirk  Hall at, '���������* o'clock.  VlRitinif brethren cordially invited to attend. -  J. MATHIK, Sre.  "A, SAXTON. N. O.  Book Co's. drug store.  The Montreal pnpers persist in thc  statement that a contract for about a  million dollars   1ms   been lot to J. W.  Jas. i. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dialer In���������<^aaBna2&*-.  .  BEEF,    PORK.  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in.Season.  All orders promptly filled.  .REVELSTOKE. B. C, ^WlX;.  W. W. LEFEAUX,  . ^M}etn������ ������^_ Maolcoazio" Avenue  KCl.'r! STOCK OF  Men's Furnishings. Ready-mado Clotliin;  Undcrwoar. Sooks, Riibbors. Ties.  Quality is tub Si'i-:ci.\i.l'"i:ATt'RB or mvstoci%  Running  between   Arrovvliend.    T'l'vnitftfi'i.  iiiidiiiKanil Comnpliv;. coinintncing' Oil. Htk,  .'.nd. i\ill sail a^ follouri (weather pcrmitthic) :  liC.'ivo   Arrowhead   for  Thomson"';   ljnni"in������ '  .ml Comaplix twice daily at, 10k- and lit.  Leave Com-ipliic nnd l'luim-on's  I^indinr fw*  \rruvv head t\M.;e daily at ;.lok. and IS.Mfc.  Making t-Iose conntetinns  with  nil ('. T. Pt_  nun- ami bonis.  Tho owner- reMirvr- the right to ohanre ������ijn������������  ,1 s-inllnK������ without noticf.  rilK F'UKl) HOUr.V.-jON LU.MnKH CULTS.  F. ROJIINSON,  Manag-iiiK Dlrertw,  Mails.  Malls Close at Revelstoke at 7, a m. aa  follows, excepting that Sunday  Mails Close at 10 p.m. on SatirrdAjr  Ci-ienwood, Cran 1  Forks,   Columbia���������DftlW  ���������v. i-pt-r-jjituid.ij.  '   ICaslo. New Penver, Silrerton. Sniidon. ������lf>-  .nn, Kolisyii���������Daily except Sunday.  -Itn-slinid.    Nckon.    Halcyon'.    Arrovrhttrf:  Mikusp���������Daily.  Deer   Park,   Rnrton.    Thomeon'o  I'r.nu. Lake,    l-'crcns-nn,  ������Vi:diic*a.la.v and Kriday.  IJtnilng,  Coiiinidix���������JJoimi  ������������������y.  Eastern Mails Close at 7 a m.  Western Malls Close at 16:4-0.  A. McRAE, Postmaster  G*Id Range Lodgo  K. ofr1.. No. 20.  Revelstoke,   ���������    3. C.  Meet* every WfdnrH-  diiy in O.ld'ellows' Hall  at, 8 o'clock. VisItiiiK  KiiiKlitn invited.  S...McI'ON-AI.T>, C. C,  J. Hava(,k.  k. of i:. fi s.'  PEKIS DUCKS.  1  Every year a   nuiube.i  frrs whose lungs   are  sort1  with coughs are urged   to go  toan-,-  other rliinate.    But   this is costlv and i    ''  n!   ,....,. ,������������������  | line If) avoid the big   lull at 1'ield.     C. ymi a p.-l/.i.   Tliere Is alisnhu. ly no opportunity  oi   pool  hill-,                               '                                                   , f..r .i.'ci'iilifii! un ..nr pari���������\w< cninint uffiin! ft.  -"���������rd r?rkrd   '' I{-ol,lcl"l's   h>'r{'   1;now   nothing of U".,   .vain, i'> .i.-i lAofK) .veil satisfied i���������b  " "                   the matter nnd doubt thc truth of the t,':,'i'"''"I"���������"'.'! '"I.'.!!"!."P',"? "''V1!,".!'1"'*"1 J.*!"  iln  s.;n-l  iiii)   ni-iii--y   mild  you know exactly  j������lul in'i/.i-you ii-iit* iMiwd  by answcrlnst the  i pii//.!.-.'  A-i -onii all.-r t ..in, each day an*jinh-  ������.bl*. ihe (���������\miiiiii.-|'>. .vill jnri-,-0 lho iiHta io thc  Thc fin -nf lot. in Tt. <\ for hi-crilor-; at ?.������.(K)  P. rpnir.-J.'.Tnlrii..' R F'. I*. CiekerelK S'-'.W to  .-si.*) rnoli. ("annry Singer %\l.m to $������ 01) each.  H email's 51 or $1. .  THEB. C POULTRY YARDS,  '      VERNON, B- C.  Wc have made arrangements with  the above laundry to do our shirts and  collars. Customers are requested to  ha-re their parcels ready on .Monday or  Tuesday forenoonu in order that we  may have them returned by* Saturday.  Me? & Saxtofl, y  Bevelstoke Steam L'ndry  ftSFoitYlXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  fioiript. delivery of parcels, linjrgiif>p,  ere.; to any purl of the City.  ' Any KiBil of -TransferriM  Wall Cliong & L38 Gbsng  French Store, Front St.,  have just received direct, from China  and   Jn pan   shipments   of   choici  goods  suitable   to   the   (Jhristmn: i  trade.  Toys, Crockcry,Chinaware,Silks.  Candy .Cigars. Tobacco, Fruit.  Call and see tfiein.  TARWELL ESTATE.  TO NilHE OWNERS. /  , I mil mines',d by a' firm or Knulish capil..:  i-ts doinif biisini-sn wilh Hn'iMi nil rnln'it l.  obtain lor tin mu pmil ci.ll.ctn.il of or. h..I ll  I'l'VcNtnkr Hiding wiib a view lo ilii-eelini- in  veilments lo llii-- ������(vlioii. I will be trlml  minc-owiieik will -end nn- h.imi.les of or.-, lion  their propcrlic������ to -hip in Loiifli.n.  ,    K. A. ITAOGKN.  Mining ICiifjinrer.  ItevcNloke.  Railway Time Table.  Trains Arrive at Revelstoke  From Vnncnurer daily at Sa. m.  Krom Montr-al d.iilynt 5:10 p. rn.  . l-'rorn Arrovvlicad daily at 4:20 p. nn.  Trains Depart from Revelstoke  Kor Viineouv or dniiy at .1:40 p. rn.  Tor Mmitr. al daily i'ii S:20a. m. '  Kor Arrcnhcad dully at MO a. ai.  bung diseases on earth. Astounding  cuiyes result- from persistent use.  Trial bottles free at The Canada'.Drug  and Book Co. Price 50 fonts and $1.00.  livery bottle guaranteed.  A HIGH COMPLIMENT  Paid to Brackman-Ker Milling Co's  Products by New Zealand Miller.  ___        i  The Victoria Colonist .-ays: -.Mr.  Tho.*". Fleming, of thc linn of Fleming (t Wilkinson. Hour millers nnd feed  ,. merchants of In.verciirgilll, New, Xeal-  aud, was in the 'city yvestei'dny.  on his way lioiini after nn  absence of 10 months, during which he  bus made a tour of Canada,' n part.'of  the-'- United .States and the United  Kingdom.*' * JJu carrieM.nway with him  article on this subject in a late number  of the "J.i'.ir.nl for the Deaf.'.' "\ free  copy of this puhlication' can can he  obtained by addressing thr Editor, 72,  Regent's Park-road, London, England.  Among other interesting things in  this Journal is an account- of some 200  eases of deafness cured by the Drouet  treatment, which has lately taken the  place of the old methods of ear specialist s.    '  To be  persuaded  of this,  it is only  necessary to read tlu-detailed aeeouut*  of c.ires performed on persons of every i  age, i'iid even in chhis   which   specialist have declared ineurahie.  The iTouriiiil is iihvMys, nccompaiiiod'  by a. Pathological   Rfpprt,   form which  enables each   patient 'to   describo his  ease so  clenrlv  that   the  consultine.; ~~~r"  ��������� * ,  ���������     , ��������� *  'N" n  surgeon of   the   Brouct  Inutitiite can  o.rcr. but we Imve iho money, brains and rejui  lalinii, wn know exaclly what we are dolnc.  and if wo unit lcriliinatdy i;.iiii a million subscriber* by I liU igrnnft idea w.- know lhat this  .million of w> 11 pleased mih<oril)cr������ can be in-  diii-ed toieeoiriiii.-nd Tin-: U'oma.n's Would to  all friend-, thurcliy biul.lin's: up our circulation  sllll fiii'lhi-r. Wo are wlllinj; to Kp.-nd tiS.tiOO  in thi'-contest, in biiildiiic up a-Wk snbuciiption  Mil, im.l when thin money I" spent wc reserve  lhe right, to pnlili-ih a noliCeation that the con-  |.-st, ha������ been di-dinntiniied. Iiun'l delay until  il i-too Int.'. Thc contesi will continue until  .l.inimry-Kt, IflO'J.  We sive A Ho.ii!" Prize of $2.t0 independent  of all (ithcrw to the person who <ciid������ in th-; lint  ���������,'iitten up in lhe he������t, nnd hand*nmc*it manner,  din- Comrnitled will docide an-1 award priicn  fluilr. but the special S-'-i0nrlr.o vvill be awrurtnl  in .\tarcli. 1!")". Any birds name found in the  .HclioiiAi'irR adopted. ,  '1'he chtiriiilnsf i'frld.-nlial ������n-I carden Iraet.  '."Iivecn rapiiiiig'" nnd I/iiik'i!, will be subdivided as Minn n< po^-dhlc.  ���������O.  M. sphoat,  ,     P. O. llox iii, Victoria, II. C.  a  All ordeik |������.fi hi R. M Smvibe's  Tohncc. Sloie. or t,v Telephone. N������. 7  will recoil r> prompt 'dli nt nm.  For Sale.  a."0-ton ("Ih-cr-lead siiicllcr, In Knod locality  for operation.  Iror price an.1 parliculars apply to  "E..A. HAGGEN,  ! MIiiIuk EnKineor,  ,   FtnviilNtoko. B. C.  WHO WE ARE.  Tint Woman's World i������ a thoroughly reli-  , .iblc concern  w<- arc kno������n todo exactly a^ we  i 'eh crti".-.   Ab to our reliability we refer to any  vdverliKliijj Asentor bu������lncM ninn in London".  ���������ilreet ,....., ..I...'....'...' '.:.'..��������� .' ;....   Town  .Country  EXPRESS DELIVERY  Order* left at W. M. Ijawrenoo's  promptly attended to.  Telephone No. 35.  H. COOK & CO. PROPRIETOR?.  ���������!<r aare'ul and nr*ipay rnnr lrttur ic. ������������  do not receiT<! underpaid iwtt*���������. AdilrtPk:  send   floctirate   infiiriiiiitioii   of   the'The   "Woman's  World,",  Brentford,  trcat-meA-l. rtcceswiry t<i effect a cure.  tofc&ft, W-t BtrsteS.  .. y To Trappers '  Raw Furs Bought  Gash Pricos Paid  HALCYOST HOT SPRINGS  Tho most complete  Health   Resort   on  thcconl ncnt ol  Nnrlh Ai -u-n.   Situ  aled mu Ni Kcencry uni-lvalli-d for l-i-iiii  deiir.     lloatliiic.    f'UhiiiK.   Kx. iirsioiw  hkiitini; a;id .Shnotlnir.   licHldent I'hv  sieian  and   Nurse.     Tele-H-raphlc com  tniiniealion with all pnrtiof lhe world  twoi mails arrive and depart rverv din.  I*l������ lial.hrt euro all nervnu-i nnd huim-iII.'ii  .      disensiw-   ,ta  wiitora   heal   all   Kldnr*.  Iiivrrunil Kloninch ailmciiU, and elnii  ��������� mate nil mctallc  poisons from llic-y-  '..^ -   . WiJ!,'1'- "*������niiot be  lui'iiass.-i  ror th-ir healing virtuefi.  Special   Winter Terms:'  S12   to $U.  Per Week.  Fining J������    ^  With Canadian Fupplement  203  Broadway,  New York, U. 8. 4.  /J" UK   Hot   nnd   jUti-l   Iiu:iioiilln]  .".IliiliiK   I'i per    In   llio    World.  SHimpli: tlojij- v, re.     ���������.   :   .   :   ,   ���������   ,   .  WcoHy fcdttf'in...S.--.(.)icrn.Mii!ni. postpaid.  Moi.ility      "... 1.50 -  ���������row-  Miniilg-& Legal Purpose:  Transfers, ������pterins, I'owers  of7 AHo-niy, .Stitfionery.  DeclArationvProaics, efc,  can be ol**a>i������tl 'at' t-Ce  A-C-C-AR^  JI  Standard remedy lor vBleit,  Qonorrfeoca and Ronnlngs  IN 48 HOURS.   Ctirti Kid  ney and Bladder Troubles.  V~Jf\   i   fcl |N   1   O    and CapyrlfjMw,  ��������� obtain, d in all oonnh-iei-.  ROWLAND BRITTA1N,  Regijtered Patent Altorney  Vlerl.anical     Kiiifinter    and     Dranghtms"*'*,  .(mik  of   II. N. A. nnikllnifSriTa'tiDin fitrrH,  VANCOUVER,   B    C.  A   postc.nl   will ������i.-."nro an ureninc a*������)w1������*.-  i.icnl for those who cannot coll finrin-f tJ-������ #*?.  Tte Great Kngltth Rem&p.  Sold and recommefidetf Vf eSJ  druggist* in Canada. Only  aMe medlclno dipooTtiM.  BB...  wfflwwm  Fob LADIES Onlt.  , rtEUEVES PAIN AMD IO A SAFE,  ncLiADLE Monthly nccuLATon  tepaloT to Aplol, I'onnyi/oyal and Tanay.  ���������AEwEa: Ltjus, Sows A Co., Montrr-I.  rnkagct guarankct U> wnn  VWn"  foroif of Sexual VWntneea. all effects of aM9!������  orexoew. Mental Worry. EacewlTe anatrf**-  bacoo. Opium or gtlmnlants. .M&ili**" en rw������rp������  of price, one package II. tli. Fi. OrurOlpta&t,  tttwiUcun. PasapUleta free In ror addresa.  **Om Wood Qotapsaj, Wta&s������4 m&  vvooi.'������ I'liosiiimiiN.K !������ ������fd ia l?-ore*S|alk������  j* < iinivl-. l������������i������ k. no<* <Yg*,*i*i r. forfrfi  A". I :,-*. r, anS ai Trroil Utl.. V tt*H$*t. t  ./nirow**.      '  llV-H1".'!  K ������"V vi ^^>
We wish our
many friends
patrons
A   Bright  and Prosperous
New Year.
nianv
and
Liberal Discount
-IX ���
Heal Estate.
A discount of 10 per cent off tlie market value, 13 otfeied to puich.tberb of lots
dining the curient month in the
Smelter  Townsite.
If you intend to build in the spring or
if you aro looking for a good speculation'
our advice to you is to lake advantage
of this offer.
Easy   Terms-Only   One   Sixth   dash.
Ill-ire1 rr0'!1hlllk0 l�� ?!? adv'l��taFe of thc *h<"e of", but have not the cash to
n   L.L    /""  .  '""J \�� *'" f��r a "nal1 P'aJ-m��n   ��ne you an option on
any lot for three ni��ntl*��, at the ������*me price.        .   ' '       ' ���
LEWIS BROS., Insurance, Financial <fc Real Estate Agents.,''
NOTAKIER     Puni.tC.
Revelstoke B. C.
MARRIED.
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eooppi.ition in enfoicing strict discipline. School matters generally
receive active at (enlion at the hands
of the new bo.ud.
l.oc.tl li..]ijieis( xpert thin v.biter lo
piovc ii good one for fm
This is lhe weather for Che-it Pro-
tecloi.s/ All kinds and sizes kept at
lhe Canada Drug ^ ]<l()0u Vo
'lhe   Nel.-on   c*,i\ii*   elections    were
pi.ieli.-.illy ,i con test of Hou-stonitcs vs
the   world.     Tho    Jaitei     non    t*.10
.lUvoral cluir, but trUr former  eariicd
foul of th" si\- H'.its for aldeimcn.
s iiii.oii Aim   i.s  i.ipidIv   coming to
("  an   a-riieultur.il   ceniie.
L.nd   i-  in   active  demand theie and
ii'i'iierous  hnmcBte.iiN  have   leeentiy
eeii taken up.
... B.iillic,.slaughterman for P. Bums
A Co. had  one of   his   logs   sc.erclv J
��� aided the other day by falling into a !
t ib of hot watei. {
On .iccouut of the sad accident by J
v, .ueh \\ Ji Stephens le��t his life'bii '
1'ii'C IP li. tuck, 11 W. Kdwaid, on
.Monil.tv took a petition lound the citv
.isl.inj*, the city council to re-lresent to
the C P. R. the deiinbility of feucinj;
u the y.iuj.
I     Bromo yuiuine a.s even body knott>
1'.ithti   L.im  - miIi a | is . i ..),...| thing rfM he ivv   cold*      We
.rl..WMh."i   a pi nr cl t h    t  pi ,i open, d up ?   fi'c-h   shipment
i's���',\   N   S'l.ii'r,     (   ' ..-.i-i, ��ho.il.| be ver\ stinng     Oin\ 2j
v i.s - i   ii-d   at   Perni.* ll..ii'ullt"   <<   ������".\      C.in.i.U   f'm^.jS- |5',,0k
iii'lf-i   i.r.i*>.iiiiiir*   i*   enfnre.il i ���'" ��� >'* 'cMokc
."Lni is ah.ivi.i'lo entei "or   leave*!     liiihe-e   aciive   d.ivs
>x\
Bl... - ,��"
Highest ffonow, WvtUVsJFait
CoiJ  Medal, Midn/fiJrr F-.'.r
Avoid   Baking*;   fouiim*   <i,iit.>.!i!nic
alum.   T.'iry jrf ii-jurloi ����� I , l.inUli
LOCAL 8l GENERAL.
y 1-' ".-.-(-iv.-i, .. cai1o.hI of   J*Tt;i*,-!jlm
r   I.--..;   y I-,   Mirth's
. /I (7 .'���;,.- -wn v, ho uetnily had
. i- li -!,>,j'.,ii while (in-,i)i!M? j, nov,
-  J j -." L-. fib..at on ei niches
'.-eit Bui.mu.. in (l.jiitft Ftu niahin^s
si C   !'���. IIiii" c .'. Co      Come  and et
. iiiini'
-,y\
i.'l
A christening took' place yesterday
where the officiating clergyman was
' Supreme Grand Supervisor'of Ihe
-Son,*) of^ England, the father'a Past
PiMi'dent, the godfather a President of
the order, the mother vice-president of
the Da lighten of Engl.ind/'an'd tlie
god mgther Past President.
adopted in place   of present  arrange-
rhcntB.
Dr. Carruthers, as health officer,
was strongly opposed to the pit system.
About 80 houses had adopted the
system required by the bylaw. The
question, to be decided was1 really
whether the bylaw was to be enforced
or not. He considcied the cesspool
system now generally used a menace
to the-fntur'e health of the.city. Thc
scavenger could not do tt.p work as'
the number of houses using thc system
required by the bylaw was not enough
t ) pay. Immediate action was necessary, and if thc council did not take
action he, ai health officer, proposed
to take blepfl the following; day to
remedy lhe existing condition of
things.
Aid. Taylor supported' the viewi? of
the health ofiicer and urged Uie enforcement of,the bylaw,.
'Aid. McLeod ��aid thc eiti/ens had
petitioned to hav* the Irylaw'changed
and it was their duty to give effect to
the views oCthe latep.iyeis. Thc present ayhtein' had been condcnimed at
Kamlooph after n trial.
Aid. Alanningsaid the preucnt system vvas a failure and suppoited the
views of the petitioners.
Aid.1'Law supported the views of
Aid. McLeod and .Manning.
Aid. Hume wiis in favor of the present system, but the way in wliiih the
bvlaw had been can ied outwas ridiculous.
. Ald.'McMahon favored the��y��tem
requested by the petitioners.
It wan resolved to have the city
cleaned up immediately at e.\pe'nae o
o.wnei* and occupanta.
:vIn reply to the Mayor the city clerk
���aid there were 82 'lumea on the petition. '
,Ald. Hunif miid it Hfnijed to him
thftje petitionn did not represent! a, nm-
'jority of citi/ehu, and they uhould'huve
more people on tbeiie petition* or hear
those who objected.to theui.
The Mayor wanted f.o sue complete
petition! from cuch   w��nl with a view
PKOVINCIa'L HECRETAItY'S OFFICE.   .
HTR   KONOUIt lhe  Ucnlennnt Governor in
r*ounciI hai   been   pleased   to make the
folio wine appointor nt* *���
11th January. I1W2.
tVxr.f.iAV Knwrs' Nkwcombc, of Trout Lake.
K-qaiir. M.D., C.."I., to be M.di.-al Health
Offlicrfartlii|ljiiil<..iu.iiid J'rout I^ike Mininif
DivwI-ina.     ^
saes��
SKATES    SKATES    SKATES
Ladies and Gents Nickle Plated 'Hockey Skiues, also th��s
Celebraied Race King. Whelpley's Huckey Skates worn by
the Montreal Champions.    Acme Nickle PJated Spring Skats*
i        Pucks. Second Growth Hockey Sticks.
Team Bells, Brass and Nickle in all sizes.
Game Traps and Bear Trape
W.   M.   LAWRENCE.
No
1 in  i )iv " j.nd  -1
I  iis;. - .lie cloy
leave i
; bonis, chinches ^nt! I
l'o
the  cjuectinn
idwitisc, ni* not io acheitise
is
'simply anmhei    form   oi   that   olde
With a aeveie riort-h' **in(i the
therinometer went'down last night to
about zero, and curlern.skateiB, hockey
pl.iyeis  and   lumbermen are wearing I to-aacertaining the viewsof thenmjori
.ty before making any charige.0      "' -
Hi:'I.TK OFFICER.
The term of J^r. Carruthers'appointment as health otlic?r having expired;
���jM(L Law movnl moved, .\Id. Mn-vning
seconded,'that tender*) be received at
next_mee(ing for performing diities as
broad amilos today.
Capt irinrhes of the Duqiios'ne Mining Conipanv, arrived from Pilfsbuig
on Tuesday and -may accompany .Mr'.
Ibadley lo the company's ground on
���Small Creek. C.ipt. flughes s.-lys he
and bit co-directoii imp clftcrmir'jed'to'-
Iind out in a bona''fide way w bethel
���Smith Creek carries p.i\ placer ground
oi not     T'   "         * '
[lb]   H^.Vftl a. JOLT nr; bOTIUNIKlCE.
CANADA.
PHOVINCK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
KDW'ARn VII.. by (he Grace of find, of the
I nited Kingdom of fiieal flrilain and lie-
land and of tho lintiMi llo��nnion< hevond
lhe.-=eaK Krs-(i. Defender ol lue 1 aith.Vtc-.
etc.. etc.
To Our faithful the Member*" elrrted to serve
in tho Lecislalive Ameinblv of lOur Pk.v-
Inco of Iii it i��h Columbia, nl our Citv of
> ictorin ��� RRF1.1INR.
A PrtOC'LAMATrn.V.
D. M. Km-rcis. 1 \17HEHEAS Wn a-e
.Uioim-y (iciifiiil. I >V desirous >nd rc-
sohed, as soor, iw may he, I.i nnel Our people'
of Our Piovinee of Krliish ('.iliinihia, and lo
hivo i heir arii ice in Our l.eiolaturc:
NOW KNOW YE thai foi dims causes and
eiin-ud-i.ilions, and uUnj- into (onrii.loration
the ea-ie and fomcnicncc ol Clin lm in* anb-
.jeets. We have llioui;lit 111, bv and wilh thi
advice of Our Eveeutiie t'ounc I, lo lii-robv
cr.Rir.kp, and by thckO presi nia unioin joii.
and each of you, that nn TIiiiih.Mj- ihr ivii-n
tltlli day of Febniarj. oik- ihon-i.iiid nine hiin-
divdand Hut. you nuel Ui in Our said Legislature or^'ArliainrnL of  Onr N.nd  PiOTincc.al
^lil'��i^.<lf,Jl"l0'*i*1* F(m TKK DISP\T(*H
OF IlLi-iINKS-", to ticai. do. acl and conclude
upon tho*o tliinar*- vrhirh in Oui Legislature of
the Piovinceof Brilmh Columbia, bv thuC'om-
inoi Council of Our i-aid Pi ounce, mat, bjtln*
favoarofCiod, be ordained.
In Tr.hi,rvo\r Whkki cf, Wo have caused
thene Onr Lettcii lo be liiado Patent and
lho ("!r����t s>al of (.an- .aid Proline* to be
hereunto a(H"����d ��� ,
WlTNKbi fhe Honourable Hir. Hvnri
wt-KTivi. Joi.rDKLiyriiixii'.Rc, K.C.M.O..
liieutfBAUI-fToveiaor of Our Raid Province of Hiiiinh ( olnmbia, m. OnrOov.rii-
raent ITouiie. in Onr City of Victoria, in
Oirwaid I'.��tiiu*��. thl-i IHh day of .ijum-
���ry, :n lhe >eai of Oui Loid one thaiiKimJ
miia hundred and two and inthelliai
year of Our lioisi!.
I*.y Cniviinand.
.1. I). PHKNTIC.r.
Aclinjf F'ioiinti.itScoret��rT.
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
( is not in our line but we have now'iii stock the  finest  line of
Serges and Woi sleds ever ihown.    Vou should always keep
a good black suit by jou, see us before ordering.
ie i aiior,
One Block from CPU IDe-iot
���nd Steamboat Wharves
Xtfl'tYu-niahr.d and Jlc-mniaJitC
Rates SI.50 ts $2 per flay
f\B. Wolls  ni-jy iiecpnip'.inv'j hcl.Uh ofiicer.���Canicd.
[Iiu-  innn   who  makes   bettei bn-ad !tllll^t-l'"i   wlneh   jieipicked  Hamlet���' the'paity
'h.Mi   oni'��   hasn't    enrne   alonp   vrt !   io  'J('   or   not to be'"   ��� l'o be," m a |    'fred  eFra'tcr,'1 Gold ' Commi*��ionei
i'-iu'I!   have   |n  dr. i.s most eienonf.jbiisiiic-s sense um must   adveiiise   ,��� | "rl,t ���";"<" ve^terday f ^       /#    _
e'n11- cloiji^������hiiv 01115. ���A  4V  rinii;h 'l'1'1 '*ooii:> \v .Al Air..
l Iril.ti id s< ho 1 st.uiMii's --.how a> 'l'he 1te.1t the link has neve;; In en
1.Hum ('H' in -rhool , attendance (if'^ettii than dining the past week. The
II loll y- i-ninp ,itd witli the jnovioi ��I -k.it ing h.ih hten evcelleni .and the
y-.ii   dne-ro the deeie.i.-inu birth   i.ilr  ' ���"���lleinUnce good.     AnMiigenient.s  arc
but up to
1 being   made   foi   .1  cirnna
th�� citv in-!,h<> "n,�� "'" 0UI S01,)? t�� P'Oss the date
hud not I "ecu lived, though it ma\ be
on Mcmclav
it i?
mill   al
*'n
bv I Ik* steamer
\. g-.ulh rrj.in   who   wishrs   fo    do
bu-'niss  lenip.-.r.iiilv   in
i'ii'!* if-ting th" validity of the Inlaw
1 iij.ni-ing a Sol)license on such tradeis
I";, the d<\uh of Chief .lustier MeCi II
it \ )' inn.) on Piidaj last ihe Pi, ���
viii. e '-'"(-���, r.i.r ..f thi rno��t .ll.lc ,ii-J
fiaiui (f.irtvaid :nfn who luvV oku-
"j'"1 1 ri" ]).-c\ uk'kiI bench '
'! ii    *.-*veinnii'it   have  docided  not'
t > fij.p'.in(vtn(iih(*. iiiimng lfcrndti .it |
Iii-i ill. v.ae!   f,ii- rh<*   pros-Mit, the f.
-".1-    -��].!     lot    havmo     b.-cn   01 lyl1^1"1*'    1Q!
.sJ7 5fi " jii)],iio\iii.' the upper inei and $-.'o/>Q0
.' lor ..' iiosi ollice and rtist.jin house
i'.i.g  .'1-  ..'i|. i. ,t   ,,    -.1 i._e I
w.iKh   he   -,ill   nm   beiueen   ti,,.,. .vi     'JIK'   J"nv   ���-0(-)ety   and   V^iic. tiver
.1   ill     :ll>     s-v i   n ') u;
M-i'   I:-!'-    .1,,-r
-   "���-     - 1. 1: * r> 1. 1  in
Thr firat mrotin.g of riew. council
n.m held Monday Piesent ��� ''Tlie
Mayor, Aid. Hume, McLeod. Mc-
Million.   Taylor, - Law,   nnrl   Mannhiir
Ald   Law   McLeod,   .^rcM.ihon. T.iy
'       , ,,   .      ,      ,                  j lor   neic suoin    iu   bv Tin W'0'1 Mim,
1 "ported that a  hotel   js 'to be   ,.,,_ ���,,,, ...   TT         '     ,   ���
.        ,, ,             ,                      |wno, wilti Aid.  ilunie and   Manniii",
.Nine Mile on   the* Big Hend ��� !iu,
illy   larfff.' numlie
rent attended fhe meeting ' ''''
The  local   Libei.il   Association  will' ^ . n
mvi'o the eooper.it 1011 oi   tin   eni/enai     ���.
I     Tho M.iyrn. in onenmsr thejneetina:,
, -      , , , . j pievionslv taken I lie oath oi-ome'e
load un- the iuenniod.ition ot,ti.-ueileis J An ���������,���.,
01   eitj-
f  *  *      ' FIHK I'HOIKCTION".
.     The Mayor n.tjd   a   inont ir^portant
1 matter to'be   fixed   up   wur   th'o fire
jiilai-in aystem"" The   Hiigade   had'no
laddeisoi   apph.uices   with  "which to'
fight a fire aiid the ,\Vater  and Light
.committee should look into the matter
and repoit as soon'as pomible.
, pr.PT.HOL'si:,- "    .
The city clerk raid Lewis Bros, refuted to accept ���<rl.) Jn settlement of
pebthouoe rent, .ind id was decided'to
pay *p'2.) in   ���.ettlement   and   that the
sli.u*k-_he burned ' ' '
,.4     *,       -- �� --        1     ���'
OKVLHAL.
Xhcfcity cleik  urged   that a safe Or
j vault be provided for tbe,city bookn.
Aid. Taylor uigcd   econominin-' the
TAX KOTJCE.
Notice ia heieby eivrn, in accordance with
thu rtuinte- that Provincial Rci en no Tax, and
all a����r��-ed Ta\cn and Income Tax, 'mtiiw'.rd
.and levied under the Ahsci'iiiunt Act, and.
|"triendiiicntn, are now due and pavahle for the
jrtirimi. AW l.\\cB collectible for lhe Itovel-
-.lolvc Aisowsment Dittnct are due and payable
���"���nyoffl-je,, situate ��t, Conrt FToirso, li'evel-'
s.oko. Thi*) notice.'in tcrinn of law, m equivalent to ^a pertonal demand bv me uaon ull
pemons lia'blo for tavoc	
FflKD  FftASErt,
Ancasor nnd Collet tor,
R��r��Iatokc Anicianionl Dudiid,
i,    UevoUtoke PosLOftlcc.
Haled at Revelstoke, R.O.,
Jjiuiarj lbth. 1902)
>i   ihe   "-election   and   desjuti h ol a i    .. ���    : - "" '"������/
pJ d-pui.it ion to Ottawa   t��� snppo.t   ihel*""'1       ^   *'**  i,a,Pn,b,,>d for t!,c lhn
I   I-    ..'il, !< ,1     ,,       -.1 l^(
inn   between   the c.ty |
1 iiidnii:   it   \ me '
w'oik of committees   by   dealing'with
smaller ni.itfon- diiect   at the council
giants   of   "I1OU.00O   for 1 nmc.,,Mt   e""""?  :"   represr-ntatiteJ tl,|,|... , .   -
ot thp rui/Piit&f Rcvcl-rnke. and he-. Aid McLeod niged that in future
; trtt-tid th��y would be sble to wojk in'the city solicitoi should sit at th��
; harmony for   the   bmefit  of   th? city   council tabic   and "advise the council,
NOTICE;
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B 1 iltl Ti.ule uige   the ajijii uitn
...   ,,,., v, <r,i  ,l"*'-   1'- D.iMm.is Line) Justice
'is: Hend (!���(!*.. I     ..'ol I I'oninns.sjoner   Y\it-u   h.i--  i"-,.nir.f
ic ive'l   iustiuetion.s  no,11 tne do ei.i-   thnn
grant for
.1      t.lislic-
have
'^^ There   would   h�� , numbci of "imj.ort-,! and the nuggeMion w.i=i endor��ctl
,'t.tnt   question-   to   cntv.r   Ufor.--tin in''     The evju-iirl-iturr*, 'of   tlni   grai
fj w.u-.ld be .-.bie ;.. fm puijio-** icferred to 'in the report
i vtiPiarto.-y. -)'.iiiri��n- r,r PJ tiic-'iucctine: of No. 3 Prigade in hint
v-.Tnlri >,<in^veMry-i..r-.h-*'iXsTrf "oi   the   Kootknav   Mail,   was
I:
Notico IR hereby given that ap application
will bo made to'tlifl Parliament of Canada al
it" ne^t nesainn lor ,\i\ act to inoorpoiate a company to be known a'*, " lie Canada Central
ltailway Company.' to const rial and opciatca
line of railway comrtn'ncine; fiom a point, itor
near French river, on lhc ninth coast ol Luke
Huron, northwesterlj th wim; poim at or neai
Whanipatae Lake: thence noithiiilv to sunn
point at or near the headwateis ot'.Montic.il
iircr. in the ditiriuof Nipi-��ih|f, llience north
westerly to some point on the Alhant river, in
the Piovinee of Onrarin, thence in" a north-
wealerlj direction through thc district of ICee-
wttin ��bd the Tiovinceof Maiuloba lo-ome
po:��to��er near Lake Winnipeg: thence noitli-
���rly and wetterlj hj way of Pi nice Albert, In
lliedwtrict of Saikatch.-vian, and Minnnron.
in lhe *Hti let of Albei la to Tele Jaime ('aelie.
in thc Pinvin.e of British Columbia; thon.r
southerly in the vicinity of lhc North Thonip-
;���."���:... ^^���*      '-'iML
THE  KOOTENAY   MAIL , reaches,'. the   cream   of. th�� ' -
*.
*  people in this section.   Nearly everyone
reads its   columns.
1T>
If,your business is advertised in lho columns.of THE ...
KOOTENAY MAIL you arc sure of results.
���on river by  nay of Kmnlonps   lo a point*al.
near Prim eron; theme wesferl)  to Nen He
Ldu.iiiK.ii   (kiiiitn.ftnt
T-id ;},. d'Olli
if   . I < 1
at
:-o(.ps5 f0
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.- l'"ll!f -
111  t.stimates  01   u .ias, 1 -'^-iiiic  rr.p mittr-f��  10 ^uiv ;iir:--
Oi:dj:es and othei works requiied   0 ighh I'lto !���.. ir work .ir.d --itr thcr
the    lifvlytokc    Riding    ioi      tin1'
i'im   v ,,,11    and
.."IV- I I .-1,1,1.
'-ll i  .!*- v .tillable ;.v
i' '-   t -nd.       '1 h'' v
'I'    is   to  .iduitist
*,  M*.i
i ni( nt to  .send
U.i
in     ,*,.*     m-v-1-.iuivi:     xvillllig    IO)       I lie yles,,raner    *,���.     F"noilH    n*-^..],- i,)i-f!
'.1    in*,   y.���    ami   ).   ni.lun-.   a  tour | th,n ,lfl. 5. ..,,. ���^,j fih|p,._    TIt ..^i
nb.eiab li,- ,listi,*t ,��� eoinpil-    these 1 thM��� !o An ,,,r. bf.,t   ,hry ^^   ,n .he
ll    vr.n   want    1    Hot lie   of   Couu'h ,' inir-u.t of ;>/��� ri*��y -in ring thr r-nenme
(^r    (\j.]ii-u��.--)
(OKRi -i'O*. rifA-r-f -
J     "*.ll '3-'-     r. ���) 1T.7-.   ")lfr    Ir
alli.icls
I     ��
the   orii , 2,j,.||lt.|iie  you   can r   get   better   than'
���u Ul al*;C')ii!]i.-niiiel   Sviuji  ot   Whit* Pino .1110 1
I'.u       And   il   you  wouM lathei h.'vr- ,
brousht up and left  over till the del��-
g.U'on fiom th. FJnzaele ihould waif,on
t
ihe ci'iire !.
��0ciAL~AHD PERSdNAL. -
. Cole'll
Iboj-
111
Tiil
.lllll
I'
J.y.loi   once   ti\ot<    requests | M'-'iitiiul and lloiehotinel   lhc- Caii.id.i
lor   {.."i'i,-.:'
c ���Rf f�� 1 -f-d
to
0 1
*- in In
11. <,s ir (���,,)
' -i
��� I
111   till
. ',, ..ill.       ..      )U���      ...illl'l   i.llliei     l!,'\('   , r      ..
&, iiiij',';, .;ig
| c iif ilk--,   rf   *-, 1 <���   l.ai
, \\r,~\ . f'l-inim-.ttec
Govei l-,ri r i,T Atr��*iw
( knoivletlire- j ;0r 1 e^p .,f ntv in itonr-ii.  it Provmei,,
<��� f'-ible bs hf*   wi-i, rh:,,���ss 011 beh.ui ->t  the llo-pita  : ,.���,,! -Rrfe-rH k, f",n,iner. C-nniittre
ir * (.,.-,(iiin-f-ii!   'ni   (o-nMii'ti ,   .1   donation  of * 10 iro.n -J
min-tor: thenee north nest ori) to Vancouver.
��ilh power to constiuct and opcrntoa line of
railway from nomc point an the Mi-ith or cant
as ro*''u nf Va,""ouvcr lal.ind to Jictona; with
fmlher power (o t-oimtrucl and opetalo an
extenaion line of naid railway from home point
on tht line of lailway (list above mentioned at
or n��-ar Tcte .lanne Cache wi"*icii> to Port
EMinffloiror Poit Simpson on the Pacific ooisl;
nitli fiirlhrr power to conMriK t a bianchliuc
^eiitlierlT from said lino of-1 ail way in the Pro
rinceof Ontario to the. tonus of Poit Arthur
and Fort William, on ,Lake Supenoi; wnh fnr-
ther*nwrr to construct and opeiato .1 branch
liar from some point on the said lino of radwaj
between KiimloopH and Pnncelon sonllnasler-
It by way of Pcnticton to fJrand Forks; with
farther power to construct and operate ahianeli
line from sonic point on Ihcaid line of railway
at or near thc_ Noi th Thornpton Kiv er to Ai*h"-
J*s
10 reach  the .People  TO-PAY  you . must ��� advertise
*       "THIS WEEK, NOT next, Week o,r next\ ! .",' 7
month, but THIS WEEK. - '  * ���'
-..ly^
The."1 *,ho know the "Big P.pnd trail
w I! rrprr: to lr*rn of thc ��evere ill-
ne=t nf \V. Whitmorp at f'^rncg rr**ek
... .        . ��i u.   ..,��.   i,. ii.    .....in     i ,r��.j��|,��u.l    IlimriUA.
4^t    U,*-   iiiretin-f   nf   the   .-.OflflllltlC I croft and Andciann Lake; with fin thor pow
p i���cs-inr.   anv- ! Diuj; ��.l Hook Co  ki eri L>.>. 11 il.e<-r
Lr-ij-Ht* ;ai>t nigh ir'mc Hinlniatrltion 'll? con"'l'"c'  ��"']  <*P"'a'(*  tclep-raph   and tele
^ h -   lf,llu" ' phone lines for the puipimeof nn biiHincus and
for the public; and with finthor power to own
:!.f !*.,'!-
c-.nip.iny.     The   Kooilmv   J! in,
- r,' i *.
-.' I'   I,
l�� , rv
'lis;. >.,i
;vi,..I,,,.
- -i, i. . ,,i
i.*-
-1
11 11 ( r- -
r - d to
��� ���An
��� ui.3 '. -, ,d.
l.'iii.sh  11 ��� rn
!���) Ki,-- Ir.Miitiion L.unl Suivr^or f>i
k'alnl.ii.j.- lew.ll(N t he fund-of the
: i i   Cot I iye   IL .spits)   at
tr'istffp    ,i��-kiP7
'���:   No    2  ,n<  hall-
\ i i,
1   i-   di'la.i tl le, a bad , siil -I-,,),(.,.!! lo,,k-    and   iidni. .'iishii.M !^;""' '-'''''''"' ",(i At,'l,'**"o
i!e
1,
���i > i
. i.. .
II'  -V l. -    '
,    I I','. I\
��� '!> r    i^-l : "i.ij,  d i> !���.*=
- i   'ii   '-if   ..'.'.������ ,n d
- .1-     ,'ll  Illl!    ���   ill  �����'< I
' I.I    !f." iiint s. \ i   ,|1
'i -I     w    r.'.M'nt ),, m]w.
II". i- -'  t .ll  f halif" to
I'V       '' .. | 1 ,-]!)_   if!
lilt ll,'.'   III
��� 11     i    i ' *  i- d ,,n {.'old
i"y. tl i".w ii ii-
11< '1   sr i|0,,!    |i i|-t,(,
il\i" a
Hi  i' ~i'.k���
'I(��1 IV  -    \,,
in  (l-'..!<  i , i of f'u id
,   ���'���.,   I.J t i tln'CjJf] ,i,'|i   ui |'if. ,.,-hf.fil
im idinj- ti -11* ;h( ���> if < -- -v, ii
oh ij, 'I in j.iw   thr- email,  l  i   hr.i i\.\v
Tl. /a**... iln* Iih(.i-al i-onv nrioii
h.i- In ��� ii ii ���'}��.md ul) i <>h 'ith
<!i. .tl ].i' ji.ii ii ii,r - 1 ���*..(
-, .It -i 1    1)3'1
li.iv>-     i! '    o\* r.'i    ri  'i-(
tvith   fl.ic."-   aiif
^f-hi.ol
I ,i>> i . ingK
to
Gi id ,ii  Ii|j|   rvi-|',,p| i'im .;   ��rf
f.)0 l��� inir   i r.jpcr-. fl    <��� i,   r.ri\a*��()
jfornird the anlijiTr orii^rini-ion.
i��    Til'     Ll.'d    ?Ifrtir.    Ct>   will   crivr a   and   operate   water   power  convenient to thc
rhiinniL'* ZllVTlh * ^, ���-, A    ,,.,i���      l\ '��� 7   ,,     ( road for their nnlnny and olbcrpiirroKe��; with
IWUI..IL   .'.' ".ronri-rt    under    tire   AU.tpice*.   of   th** | fnrtl-er power if. own and npn.-i.ir utetm ahipi.
L.idl"t*   \.d of ih*f Pretbrtcnan cbiirrb  \{rrnr* *n''   *"hippinj,-, and   build and erect thc
\  ,.,,,..s,.-    .       ���      '   "   ���' .      '\"*l��,r,"��i;   wh.uvc--  and   olcvatois:  and  with
-V(f,!iff"it   !n    con nor* ion    with   th* , ��neh olhrr power and privilr({CM s�� ara iiauallr
��    i.^ir'   rltN  " hor.l* -vij| ��� ^ hi- d mi March 5th    ���Tl^f"1 'P wll"'?y crunpamr-i.
'       tbf   ,,���rf,rl.   o-r.n,.   i,   .1       tt   V      r      '    n*1"1  at   u"in'PCK tint* JWtdayof
\/-P.ili ' Zr'lnZ   to ill'-   lru-.tf.ef for   bfr, A,n��� 1P0I.
"- ���-       ' |*i boo] inipro-.i nier.ts I Trif)*  17. Jonvwv,
Dcceirn-
10'
tin citv ,',*i,t is p��� ��u("j, n
I) ll'lll't i-t
( OMVIiTT' r-
1 h<  M-ivi.i  -(pjioin:. d   the fo!'f
iiu'i ,(tr- s t for
i ,-
ind V i,.<ri( r ��� \|,I   If iiiiu
Solicitor for the Applicant!.
TorIall
One half lnt*-rr-s| |n t,,in of Ihe brut rlalma on
.111
.1   V.
II
D' I'll, t!   U.i-
r'fitd -f( ii
i    \   lifid not
i ii 11 i It"
' i iiiiiilt ,
he  IH i.'liliv   i'< . r.,,ired
t V ** I j; | < I 11 , It        1 a
ti  kff-h.iif  he cn rold and   lint   rhfc
v  II   11    in--     v -i", -    in,,,) . .in-side
j)()iiif-      \ -| --I i il ti im   iu   bi-in-i   run
fi oui Field
An   ltd
met    with
r<\>- i'Kft,i,*[ r>' th'  Kp��e,rth Lfifilr '
ax  dl*". '"i   M'.rd.-iv   i,   Yr'    w-.t��   >-.idii'r��d 0\
Mr*   it.   J),i\i��        I','|,�� r   ...���,,    ieii) \,\
ll   Wif
i    ^'.i'. e   a i'   add.-. ���-   ��.r.       Thr T��*o
i-ilntrn suie [ k.i)n|i. * ;s,.p,,    .w rf     ���,,,,,     vr u... < Kej��tnti��   .Vlonntmn    Hie    II. nd.     Cheap fnr
!L  .Ghiiatoi. ��"*""', KOOTKK'AY MA.L OFFICE.
Miss   Kein'ri   ��i��t<-r cf  >fr��  H  f ook  i
)s taiii*'-  a   hn.ilfd   ii-.itntv'i of Mirii'n ~   " ~        " '        "
n���i-���M'. ���... -,-tio,..    on' ii^iCflRCEHTBATCR FOR SALE CHEAP
.ennor-d. pi.rnr*. .0" P.riii*l. fV.lu.n.l     Thf   plant   nov   contained   in   the
Ken   ,, ��,!,'(.'han !���.,���)   Vanning   ,ndM,-M.,hon  ��� ',?" /' ^ri ^   (,},,.A,i'\   (^"'"/'���'j hmlrlmg-.H Tlmnder IlilfJ Tppor Col-
,.      -A''.     I'i*bl,r U" i-i s     \Li    -r f -i        ��-      rI""-w'"r'" Ul  r]"   ,3f-��   ''���"Mtiml.iaUJ-- con-ihtirif; of  one  50 ton
r.nighl      The;     U.h)    \\ ���Ks-Ud.    [>��� oi   ( mi.     hi shnif-nis ,n o-,-f i.^i h*r Hnnon ( eoneentraior,   complete,   wilh  engine,
inn.. Mi > -ib ,n ,ir-l I    i -i.-I^.d       * 't v, inz I ��';   ��<"'nnn-h in | bniln t rfr  for   further   partirulari-
I'ii'  W .if i  md L -.),{_ \',l  "vf, I,,  ^i   '  "''I- "���'-���" 'h- ' en-,unity .-nd   ol  ��o i ^ppJr ti K   R  l.NN'l.M, Victoria
,.,t,d    that    l->0   ('hanifi.n) Ho'oi   and Man. nn-.- ���   '��� h'M .'.'.-i*-*,*     bibty  s *..!   ntla in- j ' ....
,,,,,, , , ,,    n.'iir- as Mic. k*'ii'i h^��   wi'I  m,iki'!r��
iif-iiili   iiiLni"   and Licti-"1.-���4*.id.'iirl ]lr, eri1(v
ORIENTAL   HOTEL
ably furnished with the choicest the market
affords. Hest Wines, f'.iquors, & Gig'ars.
Rates $ l a dav.    Monthly rate.
JT.     ALBERT     ST02STEL    PBOS��.
I-AI ( lit,) (���
I." ��� {' h. iiin.ii )   TpvIoi   3n 1 Mi I '* .'i  i '.nire c<
rnr sA*.n i n\ n*. i nt
\       ,'IV
! aft' ' -.' '-n
PHKHnVTCUIANimillCII.
The iinntial eongiegational meeting will he held on Thiir-dnv, Jim.
;iO;b.
At the Prcs-byferbin C'hnreb ou
Stitulav la?t Ho\. J. A. McLean, of
Great Village, Colchester Co., N. S.,
preacbcil  in tbe evening.
On Sunday next Kev. W. C.
Calder will lake as bin f-ubject in
ihe evening '-rymLil and lhe Eng-
li-h Hible," being lhe iln id of a
.-cries of d i soo tux"" on the Reformation,
Mr/rnompT cucitcji.
On Hundtiy no.xt, special service-
^ill   he  condue'led In  Kev. (.'. L;ul-
=i K*'ii'i \,f   will   liiake'C     fi j i r�� t    I n('r'     '''l0  morning "-orvico will be
y.eyb,- ,,,,-ed .C,o,,g hrr J ^1^ 1 USttl R DaflK* tlH> Cllil(l,'('"'
' "*  '""'      "' '     The work of lining Ihe Methodist
"ii '*) ,s rdj -.'f|naint��nc'-t
[.''..���.nr    r-rid     .inrr-.a-ifnl!
.r   ^-d   of  thf   Talfni
an
i   i
woi king   i'ii  V   Tnli.i ii
ad   i.K.flent   \ihtf-rdiv
ri'-i* iiii-h.i-   The   bf.iigli   of   ��    lif   which hf r,,i,
'!'��� "       Gn  cutti.i-.   fell   on   hun   di-,1 ocattrig his
"i   wi-, i - again | shoulder   and   alnumt    "caljiing   him
���' /iiij.l.ijr.t. mid iiitei *i lie    was     tfiken     to    3)r.   McLean''"'
. i.--: - nl   ,Vei-led   that j surgeory,-   wliei'c '-the   shoulder   'wa,*:'
vas  iii iii'* ny-ln and j reset and t wen tystitchcj'placed in lhe|
���'*-! h- rn^'iM kiive titur* ��u^pwK -imdl I ����iip. .j
Us    ,r   ^-d   oi   thf    J'alf-ni I   "^ yr
I'"!iti,,ii-y.(ir- pif^. n'id fr.-ii, \\ <\<\<\ ���" ''K' "' rh"   M^'ic-di-t   r-hnr'h,   took      Ii' '({
���'������-      -   Ti.r-rli,    /furtmon    at tb'
irr:f.
'*��� ���'���������,
svb.,,y������i���T J Church will. Meel .heeling lm** been
"nCi   "if-iirjr  in Jrwelr     completed fill
,m a* wiKr- Yo"
jour   Ttlne
ment   lo   Ihr
I- a   gieat improve
ippe.irance   of  tho
��� o   ;
.   1,1,'
-..J - ���
'.    1
*j.'v.  :
(un
in"; 7
i.*f*7'
III'-  1
'.':
'I JI.I.'II "I
i!    I   1
Sintemy last letter the pack
trail bridge- olo-e* to Cn ni borne
have been cleared of snow, but
nothing hai been done for the Sable
Check bridge.
���\\"o have beard   that   a bridge is
to be   built   at   Camborne   fit the
end of the- Comaplix  wagon  rofid.
No doubt it is a fme thing for nt- to
biivo connection with doepviater by
two parallel roadp.  nnd  the,building of the* bridge  -jill gi\*c employment at Camborne  which  will do
uy no bitim.   but   to spine of uf it
M'em.- a pity   that   the government
should bo   ?o   weak   as"  to try io
please   everybody -'by   keeping-ftp-,
tno ron'd-, neither of "which is lit to
haul n   loud , oyer,   which   fact is
likely'(o please ; nobody, especially '
'when by'hu'ildi'ng the'-bridge about
four miles   lower   down   the>ivor
cierybody   would     have   abroad,
rheie would be less to keep up, mid
'olli-ies. Hiirie aiid ��� i'nr'rii'ii.'O fornisii'i-rL' w'hnri i ranged biiskft.s. of homr-madc f.andir..**
���!!!;7' It'-fereniM**. Kn.'li��e��lf-afldr.y,cdMnd presided , r,,,-,-. *,v. Mrs. "Wilaon
���Uii.i;,.:il    cnTelnoe.       Jlanti<:fir,   .{Ih    ..vtnn, '. "v
envelope.       Jlantixer,   ,'IHi    axton -    , -,        ,      ,   ., ���*   , .       ,
(����<i��ft. ������*._*. i'��*��w��j*;o tn- ��loi��y ��i flood buw������(��.
from   exposure  on u  trip to in.*
jiew N��l��on.     .'7:' :-���-���-'���.���'.:
���po.��'t
oliicf op a ; rtiiiil   sc.-ryico, itlthougb
i: w*i-,yi.ii.ii'iev(.-i tee' Ji'aye  a j.)bstmasi��r-V- ���

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