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 UA  Vol. 7.-No. 8.,  PUBLISHEB   TTTIESID-A/Sr  .A-ZESTID   ~JTJElTJD^L7Sr:  REVELSTOKE, R G, MARCH 2, 1900.  $2.00 a Year.  THS  &<fo&ir?ntftn<fa&)?ifo farfatfaffadhrfa ifaifarfarfofatfafa (fofatfatfatfa&ffarfa  Ty*   ���������*$���������   tt   *y   "^r   -%r   ^r   "5?*    "^r   -������*    ���������������.     *>     -*���������    "V    "V    ���������*.     <*     ���������*���������     *Piv     ���������**���������***   *���������*    *     <v     -^   , ���������   ' ������������������*     ������������������������  S*  Spring Goods arc daily arriving, comprising novelties in all lines, and are being  marked at prices to suit all purses.  BARGAIN SALE       ���������'' p."  .IS STILL -.IN FULL  '*��������� -  <9b  ���������  <-���������������>  *^^^4,^4'4,^4,^$^-tli*li<i*,<5*,<iv**{Si ^4^������ii������������iJ'������i'<J'������i������<ig*i'*i'  K"< i  .ir* qi  a g   \1 HstB^      vassal*' !W? s ��������� 2     a  mwo  CI,  Tt is now time Lo order your Spring .Suit.   Spi ing  Goods  now in.     We will  make them up at this  , * '        '    ' r  time nt vei'V reasonable prices.  " SPECIAL  TO' TLIE   rCOOTENA~Y~M"A~TL.     ��������� - .        ,        '     '       ��������� ���������  Victoria, March i, 5 p. m.���������This sensational session of the legislative assembly came'10  an historic and exciting conclusion to-day at prorogation.     Yesterday  Joseph   Martin was invited by the Lieutenant-governor to form a ministry.'    He accepted the task, and this morning  he reported, his cabinet complete, and asked for a dissolution.      This .was  granted, and notice  was given that the' governor would prorogue the house this  afternoon..    The house met as  usual, with all the galleries  packed.      Before the Lieutenant-governor could,, enter a privilege  motion was passed'; there was only one against expressing no confidence'in the new Premier, -  Mr. Martin.   - As the governor and'his staff entered tlie chamber the members left their seats'  and when his honor  reached  the throne he ,saw  only an empty house and heard cheers from ,  the crowded' galleries.     The ,'speaker  alone  remained  to receive  his- honor/withfhis new  adviser.   ' On  his, departure the members met again and a shout  " We are the People " -was,  cheered all over the, house, upstairs and' down.  ���������*.. Patriotic   resolutions  were  passed, and   the  ��������� house -closed with the members sinking the national anthem.1 T,he scene has but one precedent  ��������� 1     1 , * ��������� ' ' ��������� ' ,        '���������  in the Dominion, of-Canada. ' ���������        ''���������*,���������, --.'.'  *-, Steps will likely Be taken"to heal party wounds and-to wipe Martin out of sight. His  cabinet-so far is composed of himself, Yates, who was defeated by Eberts in North Victoria  t\vo years ago, and Curtis, unknown, all lawyers. Martin, did' not wait' long to commence  work with the'headsman's axe. The .first ,'manto be guillotined was B. R.<- Atkins,_.Premier''  Semiin's secretary, arid his official head rolled' into the basket yesterday. , Tt is expected that  others will follow. . <*>     --���������-*���������-��������� , , ' * '. ,   . _     _   ,,*���������' .  ������5b.^>. ���������^5^^sgtf^gQ^'^'*^Q!^aii^a/?fc^^'^^  ���������..���������   -A*       ���������:" SPECIAL TO rTHE KOOTENAY' MAIL.    ; -     ''- .  .��������� ,' ��������� , '      ' ,       " ' -    '  Victoria, March 2.���������After ' the  ho������Lise 'was. prorogued; yesterday  the  late  government  party Held a caucus  andaccepted the resignation &of-Mr.'Senilin as leader of the party.    Mr.  Cotton accepted the leadership which was tendered him by the  unanimous vote of the party. Grit 'and 'tory members have  joined in a solid compact to present an unbroken front to con-  test the' province iii the next general, election. Mr. Cotton-  announced his'intention and determination to go into the contest as a provincial party independent of a Dominion party lines  and in' direct opposition to their introduction* into the province.  Every/liberal in the ranks has proffered his support to Mr.  Cotton and 4 it is believed by. this movement that Dominion  party,lines will not cut any ice in the next campaign.  *" ' * ' n V .*! I **-  Fancy, and staple groceries.-  the, host. Pickles of every'  kind : Mixed Pickles. Plain*  Pickles, Sweet Pickles; Pic-g  alillie, Chow,Chow, Mustard^  and Catsup, in bottles, ."jars*  "*������������������' ancl in bulk. All of tbe^  purest and best. LowesH  prices on these goods.  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE.  uller  n  Don't forget that our prices'  on Crockery and glassware  are the lowest quoted in  Revelstoke.  'S  Our stock of Men's Furnishings   and   clothing, is  complete and we can sell you an$  outfit.at    very reasonable,-!  prices.    Pants will be made*  a specialty.  %W^ W������-^f-W^ ^fc%!  lorpis^S*ee  Coursier's Old Stand,  ' t 1 (Special to th*.! Mail.)  , London, March 2.���������-Gen. Buller  himself reached Ladysniith shortly  after Dnndonald reported from there.  He cabled yesterday afternoon that  "Except for a small guard north of  Surprise Hill, all the. euomyv who havo  been besciging Ladysmith have retired  in hot haste, and the country to the  south is clear of them. The garrison  were on rations of half a pound ^of  meat per day, supplemented by horse  and mule meat. The men will want  nursing before they, are fit for active  service. ' , ���������!  London received the news with  wild demonstrations of joy. Lord  Lansdowne, speaking in the nouse  of lords, said the relief of Ladysmith  had removed all fear of an impending  calamity. Chamberlain has asked the  Australian government if it could  supply more troops foi South Africa  in the event of Imperial troops being  required elsewhere. It is supposed  ,thn.t trouble "orith ItnsMa is feared.  Brussels, Mar. 2.���������Leyds says Jou-  bert is assembling-50,000 men.,at Win--  berg, 70 miles north-west of Bloemfon-  tein. Col'. Ambrecht, accoicling to despatch from Paardberg/aflirms that'  the Boers have 75,000 gghting men left.  London, March 2.���������The Boers have  evacuated Colesberg and Clements  occupies it after ariesting many rebels.  Boers admit loss of'50 killed and 123  wounded when Brabant recaptured  Janeston.  The Fire Alarm System.  .There were a few more false alaims  sent in to the lower lire hall Wednesday, but the firemen did not respond  to them, rightly thinking they were  false. The fire captains arc very much  disgusted at the way the system is  working, as at present it is worse than  useless. The alarms are becoming too  much like the cry of '-Wolf!" The  fire and light committee of the council  had the matter under consideration  yesterday, but no action was d< cided  on.   The public works  committee will  meet to-day lo inspect tbe Melvenzie  avenue fire ball, .which h.is been reported complete by the contractors.  City Council.  To-night's meeting of the city council  will be a very important one. Qu-iren-  tine. regulations and the erection of an  iTOlatrien sfcaHfln will be di������������cn!������?������!.  << *���������       '' I  S   ������ THE KOOTENAY MAIL  AW".1*  Hbe IRoptena'^ flfeafl  PUBLISHED SILAII-AVEKICLY.  , '���������AT���������  E2VSISTOKS.S.C.,   '  ���������BY���������  n. r. ca:\1pbell,  PVBIASIUM and Fnoijiui:Ton.     ' r  Gii*j:.*5*?rlp'5'.e-tt   Price,   $-'2.-30   Per   Annum  ADVERTISING , KA/i'ES   quot '    on   apiili-  C.lliOII. r  JOI'- J'lllNTINf' of every hind at most reason  .ible iuiu- anil hlicr'ncst, nolico.  AC'.'OUXTri for job ]irintiiiK or advertising  l.-ij.ibiu on tli,-.-- firi-L or overy month.   '  COKl'KHl'ONDKXClc'on all mutters of loeal  onmlillc interest invite.l and uji-ci'ully con-  <*,;(" err'j. All eoinni'in'oiitions lo llio Jvlilor  nui-1 iiijiifcompnnied b.v the name of th'-  vil-'i-, mil iiPiMn-iurlly fur jmblie-iUon, but  lit, :lii (vidriKoai'c<-1^ll,,i'----  , , Adui-e-is  Tiiii lZu<y?r.:<.\r 3VI.ur..  hWi'l.-ieki**, I>.C.  ed. Air.'.J.' Roderick, Robertson, tlie  manager of the London and British  'Columbia Goldfields is well-known as  a most bitter opponent of the eight-  hour law.  lr$UI)A.Y, JMAiliWT, 2,   1SO0.  '    TAL.iC about aiii'.'i rule in and thnr.'<;!i  the l.'ibor iniions, how will   tho   org-ms  of ojipoMii'ni   nnd   <:rci:<\   i-Npl'^in' tl e  .i'ulluv.iiii,' di-'paU-h froni Lone! on, unrlcr'  recent chife: ,  '.  The uniioiincemont.   was   made'this  morning tliat an As-\>c-iiilioi'i of British  ' oompaiiies owning mines in the Siocan,  ��������� was ���������irir.'.Ai'oi mcd in Lnncion to protect  their    i.'itcienl.s.    'J'he    .-nuiouncenient  ." ���������.v.is.iiia'iein   the   following   language,  'lWe ��������� learn   that   an    Association    of  jiractically all   tbe   British   companies  owning liii'ir-. in the Sluc-in,, disti ict, of  British Colilmhia has  been  formed   in  '    .London fa  llie puipose of  strengthening the li-uifl-*.   and   .������������������.cling   in   concert  with the Silver Load Mines Associai ion',  whioh has been osiablislied in the   div  trier. since llie 'commencement  of   the  si like.'  This i.s   considered  an. important step, inasmuch an it will   show   a  ���������strong front io the labor unions whose  terms, it, is staled, have been so extor--  tiouate as to make it .cjuite impossible  for the" mine owners to   accept.'    It  is  remarlsViH that   what appears   to  give  .st'ien-'lh to  thi''   .-il'iikeis   is   the   false  LelieAh'iit tho share holdeis in English  companies will, in   freir   eagerness', to  ' recei've ife������'ul.-*.r dividends,   insist   upon  "   iho mine-, starting  and "giving ''.\ hat-  'pvoi-'V-rms may ui-1 demandpd   by ,the  ,    labor unions, and the   belief,   therefor,  is that the p^tahli^hiiient of   this, Lnncion Association will greatly   assist  in  showing tlie,miners that English sliare-  ( holders' are jnst as cognisant    of   their  ' rights ,i'nd ot what, i.s just ,as are   their  renrescntativc's'in the country.  The   following  companies,   amongst  others, aie, stated to;  have   joined   the  London, Association: The . Qnren   Bess  '    Proprietary    Company.     lhe'   Bosum  . Gold Aline,   The   Whitewater   Mines,  "The   Piuth    Alines,    Tbe    Entei prise  (British Columbia) Mines, The Scottish  Colonial Gold Fields and The   London  and British, Columbia Goldfields."  As will be noted, all   the,   companies  mentioned except  two   are .subsidiary  ilotati-nis nf the   London   and   British  '     Columbia G'oldfield-;   or   companies   in  which that concern is heavily i uteres t-  Tni! developments of tlie,, last few  days have thrown more light on the  local political situation, and-explains  the anxiety of *thp Hei aid and its  crowd to have th'e next provincial  election'held 'on parly lines, and it is  for the reasons 'spoken of in the last  wsiw of the Mail. "Tt has developed  that, a prominent citizen, who calls  himself a liberal has encouraged them  in tlieir scheme, expecting that he himself, would receive, tbe 'liberal nomination, and lie has been oWoumged by  the Herald, crowd wilh ibis idea in  vievj;. , They ave fully aware that, he  would'prove a weal; candidate, a -.cry  unpopular'one with tlie rank and file  of the pasty, and one, whose libcitdisni  riven would be questioned. Another  re.ison why the peanulters aie puhhing'  him for tlie place, either as n liooi.-l or  as an independent i* that if' by Mane  ,nischan:-e he should bo elected" they  know they'would have a very willing  and possibly useful tool in the house.  However, all their planning will le'  for nothing, for the man who aspires  to the liberal leadership'in this district  'must appeal to'the party '.nd secure  its support. .The rank and file of the  party are sizing .this man' up by the  company he. keeps, and in their own  minds are placing him '-where, judging  by his recent actions,-he 'properly.belongs.  ^  , #'        I-Iootoiiay L.odjrrc      r������  ,    s-<tT* Iso. 13 A.F. ������a A.XVJ  m*  * * 'j'licS-cgularriieciirf-;-  K^r-~/y~~-?* " arc held in llie "Jin**.  iy^-yy'"y/~^\       on'c Toiiip'p. I'ov.rn.  1?. .1. PIlA'i'T  SiX-i'.r.T.utr.  ''nsTSi-sTo:-:^ lougs, r. o. o. 7?., :.vc as.  ^   ^*s",.r,���������       ' Il'jfriilii-'iiectii'i.v-iiireiieVi  ,.rvjV-.'-"''��������� '���������)"'1'/'.?,   i.i ���������M'ifi'lli.v.-ri' il.ill every  ;v";/,:,'l'i'A,;>:v .P-y 'j'hn.'-Ui   niirla nl, ckh;  y^H'i~' -''*'-''--''*���������---''.-}) oVl". k.   Vi-il ni^ brotlior  "i;:-^.:<--~".y '���������^2.:"^'" o'H'iU.illy weleoin'.'.l.  T.J.aJJAITA:!, WCi.   ll. A. ivKYTL! .iO.V.Frr  r-rrv-T - r^tf1"   i>-<-������   *-c������   T"  f%  rt  T?  ):n.i..,x-.i.x. u.u .i'.,.>*...i, -. j". j^i !.. ������-.. '-'��������� ~,.  .\Ji i { i i very Ti!''-*'l,o  J^"*" //iy  ~ ' /r.-*s.      c    ).;,!���������'i,l l''ldi''.'''iuv  /p-   y) '    (,������������������'    ^n Hull    ���������i    h   nV.o*:'.  'it      ,/f "~~i:--' X.      A \'i ���������ilia,,' !.'\ t! 1 i'i. o >  \&S' . ^Zrri-'.K.'.V.y   nn*:,.-,   to  ;.'  Itiv'A.  ���������^--\-,'. j;v; :>*������������������:, ������i'.  V. ���������IA"'%'i!U'':,ri-  s<\i ^"N.    coiii*;'*!? ri-i'. rsi^ny*.'  /. ' -   r .\ -i.i ���������'.���������'  While the legislative assembly at  ���������Victoria at, times ��������� resembles a bear  warden,'vet, it should be' remembeied  that, it is not the only show , on earth.  Re\elst6ke has a'city council.  At a meeting of 'the  local conseiva  lives'Wednesday    evening^.-ib ��������� \vas-;  decided    that    Chas.    Wilson,     Q.C,  should be their eandirkte ,at the   next  provincial election.     The  conservative  'party must ' be   weak   indeed if it is  necessary fur them   to  import a candi  date  to   contest   this   riding, and ic is  not belie-.ed   that   this' course  wiil be  endorsed by the party, nor at the polls  by the electois.  '       NOTICE.  -V-OTICE is hereby given that P. Stamper*is  \ no lousier connected -.vitn tne lnterniLUon-  :d Brotherhood of Urulwr.y nritlgftnion in; .my  '.v.iv p.nd furtherrhe Iii;ai-nat;on.iTDri..J..srhooil  of fi.aiiwav Urids<c:iien will nor bo re-spoii-ib.c  for any debts ho rhiy contract in its mu.ie aKer  this dAtc.    tjios_ G j LLESPTKi MA5tc:,  T3XSIF.L >*i:\SER.Scc.v.,  Division Lodge y/o. 1. .  January 2>oi��������� ISM.  j^.j���������.-^,1 l u������a*-i *-��������� .!->���������<-������   saarrn'A/j 'AHi- arcg  IM IpIfABLE LIFE ASSURANCE -SOCIETY  OF THE UNITED STATES.  /.' -   r '\ v -V.. \  t C. -'   >- '  VI  .���������',''".,���������', ���������-'   (i   -.*>   -,--,    ���������?'������������������:  /.���������-,   *������������������ r-V-rfV      -<--.-"-J.*-".  , ;v*S\ .ih'X- rii \  {   ityy'-'^'i^ .���������   :?"!Arnh.   yS.'f.JIow.1,  1  r-^A^-^'-AJ^)- 1 ���������'���������'-" 'Ik1 '���������"-oii't inirt  \.rv'^'v.''-*���������-.'"'\-')������������������ ������������������='"��������� ,4/ fourth Mondays of encii  Vip"' ,*i'.v,C.'"'''5-?,'<V   ii."ni:i.    > '-"'���������'���������'! ty. ih-  X'v 0i>      ion   lii'ilcl  io  oiter.d.  ^*-ai.������3.-s������'*  K. 13..-. il. jraXSOXp-^iA \V. TIITC'IIKIJ^  ,1. XV. (JI10S3, M.P.,  a c;.  \X. XVIXVOH.  K. ovtt.SiS.  ���������A       H. H0LD7t;iI  / \i  xl.  AXA11"CTIC.', fi C'lUSMIST AIsD  ASPAYIS'n.       '     "  Jloy.ii School cf ?i[inei*,. ijOiulon.  rt'j". on jeair ,i* ".'Eoi'l.i Worl.:-. ijiv.i'iica.  Sm-tn'Lon '���������(���������.'w '"oiei Cn-^ini.-it lo "iVisan  Coa' i.i-rl iron'Co., Kny.  liin. Olteinisi .iml .'i'*.-ayei,> 1-Tall Mines. LU1. ���������  ,   Kvery ils-urii'lion   ol' iifesay, tve..'1.  .w.Oytica1.  V.*01*U'lll)f'.C'! i.ll.t 11. ' i  1  tJl.ii^s '���������-..vi'.'ii11! ni'A "c-pji'toil upon.  Wi."!'/.-: .i  .. *:. I . <.,.     ' ' '        1  tTARVKx 6:. MchARTKll.  j.  ' EAumnr^iis. f-'.oi.icrroKS. sotc.  Oki":c"f :    r-.loi'-'o.v-i   V./.s,z   IIt.cick,   jIuvizt,-  *- b-ioicn, 11. C.  J.rono'-; io loan. '  .   Office?: ?:evei"!o^v, P.. C; i'*o.t Stei'ie, li. 0.  G:*-n. S. McC-vv,szii, ���������'. --������������������ T.'uivi.v,  Ke.'cl ,ioko, IJ. C. i'oi'u --Jioule, li. C.  y*Vv7. CROSS. M. D.   ���������  zP. ���������  riUKGEo:-; to th*!** c. r. n.. crcy health  ui'Lac'-'ii.  Oftlcc: Tnyloi-Bloci-r, J.l.iokciifcic Avenue.  6  [���������old.   Silver,  Lead,  and  Ooppsr Ores  f f.   zhhiib V t,   i).Ixh v h i;  V. G-. S., Kte. "      ,    "  jiisiv i,f i,*;   ,iml jtlcliiilurijicril Works,-  Va:**X'OL'YKR. p.. c.  &'ip,i"'iii',- '-A'oiU-i! T!T-71y Pc'ider S'.ivot.  Is -Pi-i-iwr^'l  i...   13-..11'or.-,-   '.lie   alxivo'  el;i-:**es  'of  ere*? i.ir tl'-   fo'lovimr  Kn^r.^h  houses  wh.Tii in .'.j; . e-'eai.s. vij:.:  Vhimi ic ���������������$ -. .Sv.a.ibOi. ,'CUiblt^ Motul Co.  Ltil..  I-i'.i'i-vport,' South   W.i lus.  binelter.;,  ��������� i-tcri.i ri, Ij.'-ihuvizcrs.,-Mniuil.-iclurcrs.  cbocP-i^s   sr.i>vl-;cr    prilps   a   spnoialt-y  Outstanding Assurance  Dccttniljcr 5 r si: 1099 . .  As:*uuincv'     applied      for  *    ITowIy Op sued  j a'o Aj OpenatT  .. $ j , 05 4.4' rj(i A - ������������������ -00 F LT,vni!'.'-j.'. 5d and ' Supplied  a  r-i ",--(-,-"''   '��������� c-'l '-irM P'"'c  P.   i'i."-. -/ S    'w !.-r O-J   1 IwU'.'t..  in 1S99  .37,356,010.00  examined and Declined  . . .'         2^054,77^0 \ L, ' A,   ���������:/'���������] f/fJ/lN  20.4,321,832.00; ..      , -- -  53,878,200.^6'  Ml   I 8 h'l  "TTARGE    -\NO   WKLTr-   LIGHTED  ' . I"        SAr.IPI^K IICOMS.   flcatsd by  ii       a %     J]      3       f; E] ^^,^7-^K      *^^S>hot air and electric bolls  and  g       g   ^mS^        SJ       l*aei=s fc.*=rB -������������aiffl>K���������J.*a.    iight in evclT room.   Freo bms meets all  trains.  car between hotel and station.  J3H8 V. i'EKS, Pi!8Pii!EltJa ��������������������������� ������������������'---���������-EEVE'LSTOKE*, B.C.  1 1 ' ,  rjTja ri c p.-*.-*              rr-';.. p'-i-*- l',\    ti "=-:-.-.i viva,     ,a k  ft P 2 f'    ' -"'    ��������� d f r'\   i'i ' i'{      5      i?   i-S X ?  ll i' ���������II -ti--1- t.        ,, *, .1     1  l 1^       C     'i,,   ���������.'.ttiK W  ���������j fi ll lv?*i-_a.                V'.1"^1 H^ii^J Ll       ������������������������ "J        ������'       ������������������ *' u "-  ^ Q-dO0"l><>0';-0"0'���������X>C^3 ;0"0^-C^-0-rO-0-0-0-<KK> Q-  0"     : '���������        ', '. ' ' .     -    - ���������   ./s  9    '.-���������   .  9  0  Newly Eullt.  Liglitod by Electricity  ,   Throughout.  Y ,       ^-$-'ii  Q Best Brands of  A Wines, Liquors<ancl  -V / OiRars.    "    '  9  .' ,. ���������   R: OALBY, PROP'S,.  , <      '" ' ���������>"      ' !  1 .I  jr^^.' -������..������������*.   -~,- -^ w^a ������������������;, ~w p^tv^     /,   ' 'rr;'1"* -^s^ ~y.  '���������y'OiQ 1 WW'. 'Al * "IH  rj\'  j. A. Ston!���������������,��������� Proprietor "  Rales, $ 1 per day ^  Electric lighted, furnace heated  Newly built and furnished. . . .  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A large  assortment of season lumber, kept on ,  hand in the yard ;md sheds at Revelstoke by the jjioneer'dumber dealer pf  Kootenay who also has had considet-  able experience in eastern Canada  which, enabler. him to cater for what  tlv builder requires. You will always  (ind him ready for business. '   ,  ':;i'-"jht.     Terms GiricLiy Cash.     Leave Your Order.  fc'y  i x  ,\n   Ihc   Hril.Mi i Q  ��������� iipi' " iu .icy     i 11 j X  J-'iuui li   Alt ic,-i    i'.i { y  J  1AMi-:S  Vv'.  AI.KXAaOKR,  Pffen/NT  , \:yyyy w. www., Vpp.-Vp.vmmw.  Ti      r!-i"py-jTi*jf>rr       i ,7,-inj      "P-r4*5T-Ti]ci'f rtl7"9     13 ��������� P.  '<KKK><H>C  ;i / \ ^;;;;,:';,,';;;;i,'';;:;lrT)  yma/onn % [PP   Fu������-^ure and undertaking,  :r;^>   " .i,1���������;""1';"!   L    " UV^U^   fcl  Ui)., Repairing & Upholstering D  '';.���������;,���������-'>   -"        will   cil'!. ;r*. nr    In 1 /  fi.   . --     P-. .    :  . ...   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THE BOOTEMAY MAIl*
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A QUEEN'S LAUJSDET.,
IT   COSTS   JOHNNY   BULL TWENTY-
FIVE THOUSAND A YEAR.
Tlie Most Fieturesriue I/oSation In
RicIiKiond Paris:���A Lurso Army
Employed In the Laundry-���Tlio
Man In CUarxG Mnxt Be an Expert.'
A party of American lady tourists en-
' joyed tho rare privilege of being personally conducted through' her majesty's1
laundry and seeing many interesting
things connected with this part of tbo
royal household 'which" eren the London
public arc not aware of. Tho interior of
the imperial la'nndry is held sacred from
tho eyes of the curious.
Tho "queen's laundi-y." as it is called,
occupies the most pictuvosqne site pn the
' borders of Uichi-iond park, which, iu
Fpite of its nearness to 'London', ia still
one of the nioiit beautiful eylrun scenes
in   all   England.     VWhite 'Lodge,"   the
, home of tbe Tucks, is also "located in
' Richmond park. A tiny ivy covered cottage gugids the entrance, to the drive,
and the gatekeepXT is always at his post,
for no intruders are allowed to pass the
portals, only those who arc in her majes-
- ty's service. A beautiful cdrivo lined on
either side?' by green lawns and flower
beds sweeps u;> to the entrance o�� the
house,attached to the laundry, where the
' Bupcrinteudont. Mr. Wilson, lives. After
ei short conversation with him on the
subject one realizes that he is an expert
' iii the art of washing. Mr.' Wilson says
'that" he has tested every machine connected   with   washing   and -investigates'
1 and.analyzes every soap so as to obtain
the best possible means and methods.
The laundry is a large, square, building,
Vith a small wing at one side,-and heroin
her majesty's personal 'linen is washed.
On" entering the building the first sensation is'a\vory, stroug odor of soai> ,and
' "boiling hot water,, which seems to" come
from everywhere,' although really Dot unpleasant. Huge-cupboards on either side
of'the stone passageway'are filled with
'several kinds of soap stored a way for future use. Usually a ton is bought at a
time, and it requires some place where it
tuny have free ventilation. ,,Mi\ .Wilson
pronounces Scotch', soda the best, so that
���  comes in four hundredweight casks at a
time and is placed in a huge chest ready
for use at'any moment.
The entrance hall is slacked with big,
"square baskets ��� in which tho linen is
packed. 'These had just left thi? sorting
cooin,-where they are emptied and'sorted
$��e��rdinj to the r'esp��etir�� Bate tftnt* iw-
nwrmpany them. On�� o^xTsg wafliro-s that*
n, perfect system Is. crTect��l thr��tl shout
the entire laundry. The personal linen of
the royal family,' however: never, comes
into" this sortir.g'room. Unlike the rent, it
has a sorting room all of its own and
travels in wooden boxes, -each bearing a
brass plate with the owner's name and
number thus, "The'Queen, 4;'Princess of
Wales,-1."
- The -"sacred wing" contains three
rooms, sorting, washing and ironing. The
Bteam from the huge copper pipes made
things appear, a little misty, but a good
idea of the interior was afforded to each
of the party. There were manifold washings, rinsings,' boilings, wringings and
Etarchings. It is very intercsting-t'o watch
the wringing machine at work. The linen
goes straight to it' from the tub and then
spins around as if by magic 700 times per
minute, until nearly dry. The queen evidently believes in artificial moans of drying. Across tho hall are great piles of tablecloths, nankins and towels,' each' appertaining to. a different house or place.
The majority of the linen is very neatly
marked in red cotton. V. R. L��� with the
palace underneath; O. B. means Osborne House: B. P., Buckingham palace;'W. C, Windsor castle, and so on.
. When one realizes.that tho entire laiin-
��3ry coming from' the queen's .various
homes passes in and out of this model
laundry, it is no small wonder that it requires a large army of. persons, who In
themselves would form a little colony,
and that one man is kept busy attending
to the baggage as it comes and goes from
the different railroad stations. It is very
evident ,that the royal linen wears well,
fdr several towels wore seen to be in very
good condition which bore the date of
18G0.,
Mr. Wilson said that towels are the
largest class of tho articles on the laundry list, and when the queen is nt Wind-
Bor several hundred dozen are used each
������reek. One mangle in kept constantly going forlhis one item alone.
Up stairs arc the drying Rnd ironing
departments. Tho slides which draw ?n
and-out over the furnaces arc constantly
replenished, cfor the things 'within them
dry in a few minutes. The room feels
like a Turkish bath house, and the table-
Cloths, sheets, etc., hung on. an infinilo
number of lines dry quite ns well, though
not as quickly, as in the slides. This
toom is chiefly.used in winter. The laundry has a splendid drying ground. Rows
npon rows of posts support copper wires,
and tho grass plot looks as if it had been
converted into an original kind of mazo.
Adjoining is a large building of corrugated iron having open ends and revolving,
thuttei-lik-c slides in order to regulate air
and sunshine. This is an ingenious-in-
���ention of Mr. Wilson's and is not only
used on damp nnd showery days, but is of
inestimable value on Sundays, when the
flow of linen back and forward to the
palaces does not cease.
Xilfe and Bunions.
"Save you ever noticed in life lhat
$"Wful sense of desolation and forlornncss
t��at comes when we are finally relieved
fe5�� a burden we have carried for many
spars?" nsks a writer. "Ono would think
ttie relief would counterbalance the ab-
jfejifl? <4 wlyit lwus become a ffiry jjMt-joC j .
fP&Vg* fcut % fy��W..^SJKp3t
$MS& 9t VfL&H&M QWL Q9iiW2^ *-)
chronic invalid yd-ore dail;
wants nefossirated eon;:a;i: attendance
and whose faini-si si.*,rh wr.? em-ugh to
arouse us from the uneasy slumber that
we have for years designated as -sleep?
"One night just before the gray'dawn
creeps through the window the invalid
sighs for the last time and we know that
the burden of care has at last slipped
from our shoulders. But how does it
affect ns? Wo feel dazed and like one
stranded on ' a desert island. We miss
the burden. So it is with the, other responsibilities of life. Though we frequently grumble at their weight, how
much we would feel their loss if they
���were fully and forever lifted from our
shoulders. A little caro is a tonic. It
stimulates our .trustworthiness _ and
broadens onr character; This "is a
strange doctrine, but a true one. Ai>
alyzo your own, sentiments and see ii
what I have said is not absolutely triii."
'""**     t�� .Sensitive Feet.
Nearly all tho troublo with the feet can
be traced to lock of circulation. There
is no better moans 'of, stimulating this
than tha application of cold water "and
rigorous mbbing.   ,_
For sensitive foot, plunging them daily
info cold water for just a few seconds
and following this with vigorous rubbing
���with a rough towel is ekccllent.
For feet that swell���and after'a hot
bath feet aro apt to swell���plunging them
into cold water just before drying will
obviate this tendency. It is also an excellent proveniive against colds.
For feet that ache and burn, a salt water footbath, tepid 'water, is most refreshing, but to derive more than temporary
benefit it should bo followed by plunging
them into cold'Vater.c- Cold water is excellent for chilblains, bunions and' rheumatism. Of course the^feet should not
.be left in cold water more than'a few
seconds, never long enough" to chill the
blood. -    ' '
If the feet perspire, "rub them after
their'cold plunge and'after drying .with
alcohol, and dust them-lightly with fuller's earth. If, on the contrary,'they are,
inclined to blister because of their dryness, rub them over with a few drops cf
sweet, oil.���Elizabeth Fields in American
Queen. ; r ��� ,    '
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Forgotten. Women of Gei-iica.
Tho history of learned ladies, with tihat
of their works,* is a subject which awaits
the historian. There have been learned
ladies' in many ages; _ono would like to
compare their learning with that of the
scholars, their contemporaries.
Here area few���are their names familiar,' and how many of "my readers would
pass nii . examination'1"! in their works���
IlrotsvitlUfc J&m tenth ijent'ury Terence;
Teresa'of f*jftrf*��, Aa'ne Maria Schurmahu,
Antoinette Bonrigno'n of Flanders, - La
��� Mere Jeanne Juana Inez de la Cruz���
.what about all these illustrious dames? ,
Antoinette Bourignori .indited 20' vol-'
mncs with her, own fair fingers; Anne
Maria Scliurmarin*. 'wrote a'-philosophical
treatise proving that the female mind is"
' ns capable of learning and of science as
that of the other sex. , In these, days who
would take the trouble either to write or
��� ,to rend such a treatise? She fell into mysticism in her old age and had a strange
passion for eating spiders, but everything
must be permitted to genius"
Then there, was Juana'Inez de la Cruz.
She, interests me strangely, because she
was a Mexican, and one has never before
or since hoard of any genius or learning
coming from tne quarter between California and Texas nnd the Ticrra del Fue-
go: it is a good'large tract of country,
with a good many people, among whom
there seems to be'neither learning, nor
science, nor art, nor genius.
However, Juana showed tho way.
While still quite young she disputed
with the scholars of Mexico on equal
terms. She w^ote poems in several
quarto volumes. 'The .critics seem
agreed that 'the lady's versos are conspicuous for elegance, but are deficient in
' enejgy.
As  for La  Merec Jeanne* she  was a
Venetian and not a poet, but the author'
of a new system, which she herself���no
���-one could know the fact so well as herself���declared to bo inspired. In this
system she assigned tho dominion of the
world to woman instead of man. Many
years afterward I had the same vision
myself, save that lo me'was vouchsafed
tho end of that system, which was not
revealed to La Mere Jeanne.���London
Queen. *     ��� .<-   .   '
CITY OF
Public .Notice as to Vaccination.
ATOT1CK N hereby given ,thot an person*-;
PS within tin.-HiniU1 of the City of Heic-I-
htokc vl*n lia\e not hern ���-���KTe-'-fully vacnui-
atod williiii seven vow-* urior io the flat cot tins
notici' urc i'cc|iiii*r-rf for'.liwitli and wiihin seven
rl.iv-. from the date nf Mii*--' noti-e. to bo. vaccinal vd bv -,0111c mi"*u*p.i practitioner, aim caul:
l-er-;on'in the City '.iiu-t n-oeiire a certificate
from -one medical practitioner that lie or---he
hn- been succe-'-fnliy vaccinatfd v,'uhi:i seven
von:-.-, wiiir to the date of thi**- nolsi"*. ,
* Ml pour '.ers'-.n- in the City r.n-v or vaccinate.! nt the f.-i.en--'- of the City b.v Ur. Cinvitn
en, who will clf-iil for that purpose ai lap-
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Lcavo Arrowhead daily for all point* in Kootenay, making connection ' Nakuskfor all
points on Nakusp & Siocan railway and
Siocan Lake.
Closo conncetion atI*"obson for Kelson Kooto-
nay J^ako and Riven-, points, Trail. Ross-
''   land and all points in Boundary Country.
For full informulion, -"tickets. ��inivps, etc., call'
on or address
T. W. BRADSHAW
Agent, Revelstoke.
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XV. F 'AKDERSOK. E. J. COYLK,.
Trav. Pass. Agent. A. G-. P. ^genfc.     ,
Kolnon. B.O. YAiir.onver.JS.C.
Kootenay Railway &
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LiniiLod.
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International Navigation & Trading
Company.    ' ���"<,,.
Sclisdulo of Tims���Pacific Standard Tlmo
KfTcetire Feb. l=t, 1900.
xIcsIg.A Bloca-a-Uriilway
ras-^cncrcr train for Snndon and wny Rial ions
lcavrs kYi'iId ar. S a.m.: daily, lcuirnin.c. le.ivcs
y;*.ricibii At, l.lo p.m., arriviny a-t Kaslo 3..ij p.m.
lutcraational I^av.t-rcat.IoTi and Tradiiis*
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. OporatiiiE on Kootenay Lako and Rivnr.,   .
SS I-.'T'ch.n'ation'Al' leaves Iv.islo for Kelson
at (i aim. daily excopt Snnrtay; returning, leaves
Kelson at. 4.30 p.m.. calling at Balfour, I'llot
"Hav, Ainsworth, end all way points.; connects
with H. F. & K. train to and from Spokane, at
Five Mile Point.
Lardo-Dunoan Division
,S     AMER   ALBERTA.
Steamer AJborla leaves Kaslo for Lardo and
Argonta at S:30 p.m. Wednesdays.
Steamers call at principal landings in both
directions, and at other points when signalled.
Tickets sold to nil points in Canada and the
United State.*1.    ' ,,,',.,        ,,
To ascertain   rates   and' full   information,'
*       ROBERT IRVING,
3 t�� '     '       Manager, Kaslo, 11. 0.
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS,
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RKAVKR LIKE-From St, John.
Mont rose F^b. 7.
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Parisian Feb. 10
Kumidian ||   -}
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Tt'nisjrcilian Mar. /.
Paris-ian -      ".  10
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rate* to n!*i n.ijts of tlie European continent.
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vancouvi;i;,  r;. c. THE KOOTENAY MAIL  5"?  $  9.  ���������9.  '.('���������  I  ^&^&^:>a^*s^&^&-^&^&^'<tJ^&  s*  if  (,'.*  r .-  $���������  f*V  .9  :*?  *'���������  <0  /'-*  ?  .*���������?  ft;  s>.  e.-'  .V  If-  -v  ���������9.  $  $  5  i?  .V  Liebig's Extract of Meat.]  Johnson's Fluid Beef.  Masquras Beef Jelly.  . These are some of the  very best nourishments  pronoi'incecl byb the medi-^  cal   profession,    and   you  can  u*et  ihem  fresh  and  i ������  o*ood at tlie ' '  Gi  inada-Brdg a BookGo  Revelstoke Station.  $  -���������>)'  *,  $  $  ft  -*>))  &  A*  &  9.  $  9.  #  if  9.  IP  5>  if:  .**  I  ���������if  ������  Go and See the ��������� Doctor.  A glance at the vaccination order  promulgated by the mayor will tell you  that you must bo vaccinated within  sVveii days or become liable to the,  penalties for infraction of the health  regulations' -> .  BORN.  Hoah���������At ilovel.stoke, B.C. Thursday,  Al.-u-cir 1, 1900, tlie wife of O. D.  Hour, of iv daughter.'  ���������LOCAL" AND PERSONAL BBIEFS  Dave Ferguson is in the city.  E. L. .Kinntan   came   up   from   tlie  lake yesterday. a '" '!.    , ���������  'John McGilve.ry, Kamloops, was   in  tlio cily Wednesday.  .'Hon. C'IT. Mackintosh,- wife    and  daughter, went south   yestordey morn-  ,l WANTED, by -a lady, bachelors'  mending Lo do Charges moderate.  Apply at Mail Office. ,      '       41-tf  .  No further report of 'the   smallpox  cases down _ the    rivor   have    been re-  "c-oived up to goin.q to press.      A    dis-  ^ji.-itch was received   yesterday   stating  thai there were several   cases at Trail.  Local Board of  Health'.'  ', Wednesday eveuing the city council,  sitting as a local board of health,  decided to at once enforce a general  vaccination ordeij" and to take other  precautions deem, d necessary to exclude smallpox from the city. This  movp witi made on. receiving a report  fiom Naktisp and Arrowhead lhat  smallpox had appealed'at both these  places. Jt was. however, learned that  there was none of the disease at the  latter place. The question of vaccination and quarentino methods and regulations' were discussed fully, Dr. Car-  ruthers, being present, but it was decided, that, a general vaccination was  all'that is required at present.  After the discussion it was moved by  Aid. Kilpatrick, seconded by Aid.  Patrick, and carried, "That Dr. Oa'rrii-  thers be appointed ' medical health  officer t.n vaccinate al I persons within  the city who aie required bv the regulations to be vaccinated. The mayoi  to make best .'arrangements possible  with the physician for each pooi person in lhe city vaccinated, and that the  mayor be instructed to tissue and publish a notice in the two papers directing all persons liable under the regulations to'be vaccinated, to attend at a  time and place to.Jbe named in the  notice forthe-purprise of being������vaccih-  ated, and that such appointment of Dr.  Carruthers be subject to the approval  of 'Lhe city council, 'and during the  temporary absence of the regular  health' officer, Dr. Cross. And that  the mayor be authorized to provide  1,000 forms or cer tificate of vaccination  to be furnished the doctor.','    ������������������ ���������  The meeting was a particularly-  warm one, occasioned by Aid. Peterson taking up several subjects of popular comment and speaking of them in  language more vigorous than'elegant,  in which he detailed the history of the  advent of, the Herald into Revelstoke,  and told w,hat hi*1, intended" doing the  lirst time he met' the editor of Lhat  sheet.. lie also paicl his respects Lo the  board of trade, as well as to one of lhe  members of the council.'  L. JI. Buck, C. E., left* this morning  with t wo men, fur Arrowhead. Prom  theio he will go into Comaplix, and up  Im'sIi riuM' to locate and make surveys  for the bridge Lu cross the. river at the  month of Pool creek.  Found   a   beautiful   Cabinet Singer  Sowing   machine    and   other    styles.  "Anybody in;ry own them by easy method-*.      Inspection      gratis.     ��������� Bennett,  next, dour to Cowan Block. 4 t  The local services at Ut. Peter's will  lie as usual on Sunday. During Lent  J)r. Paget will, preach a special course  uf sermons morning and evening.  Tiicie will also be a special Lenten  service and address every Friday evening at S'o'clock.  Si''jci.il meetings are 'being held in  the Meihodssc church conducted by,  if.'.ang'sli'.L JOwtas it Reed ot Tacotim  YsAi*������������������!.���������., Sunday mornintrservice at 1.1  A. .M. and Sundav Service at 7 30.  S'i'i'jcrr, for l lir "evoiiiriir, "A Great,  f,'vvii "'    AU   lovers  of   good   singing  Vi ill  l-l'j"V   I I,i'������f -��������� MWii.-PS.  U. C.dey ii ���������,-, pui-eha-jed lots 1, 2 and  ", 1.Im-;.; ."j. from the .Smelter co., through  their huiiliii' a^'cnr, R. H. Mavnc.  i!v thi--. piiich.i-^ii Air. Caley acquires a  \ciy vaiiiablf jiiuperty, and itii thought  t"hi> \/i< inli-ntiofi to extend lhe,    Citv.  ml  hi:'"i nolo thes������ lots. Mr. .Wayne in  ������������������I'lliii^ I hj-. propiji Ly, i*- out keeping up  the M-:"H(i ii<- has' made for hinimdf ai  a ;<"il esr.it ?��������� :��������� 'l"*-inati.  ." i-, i,ilh"r unkind of a Western  Oiit;n'���������> p,-per to call attention to the  f.t'.'t timt Mr. Chamberlain took forty  miiiiit"-'-. to riofend lhe war policy of  tlio fii.peri.'il Covernment, while Sir  Chail", Tuppcr took an hour and a  (jua.it'-!- to air a peiflonal grievance  ahwut an allcgfrl ;iii.si'epi'RS-"-ntatfon of  liin,-'-!t in a newspaper report, arid  thi :i to add,���������".Judged by the length  i(i hi-, "-pfc'lifs and his own estimation  <>:' liim-'-'f, Sir Ciiarles i.s more important tn 'J.n-ida, th-iii J.he Transvaal wa.  is to (i.f,it i'ritiaii." But, if Sir Ch,i'*r  ������i!l oe!i.,\e li,';e. this, he. must expect  iiiiolous people id tnllt like tfjie.  Not Fora Day but For All Time.    ���������  The n'lotto of .the Equitable Life Assurance' Society of ihe UnitedStat.es,  who.se annual statement appears in today's issue has always been, " hot for a  day hut,"for al! lime."  Colossal as is the sum of assurance in  'force in this great company yet the  true strength ancl. durability of the  Society Jg not measured by the amount  of assurance in force or by the immense  amount of assets shown. It is the  enormous amount of surplus, namely,  ,'?(il,l 17.477 that enables the society and  its agents to claim tbir-J to he strongesL  liiV assurance 'company in, existence,  This surplus i/*- the great bulwark that  the ������ociety has erected to protectand  .guard it against any' possible.disaster  in tbe distance, the management be-'  Iit-ve above everything el^e in pursuing  a policy that adds .-fre.ngtb, durability  and permanency. This surplus fur-  ni-lie-s the gre#lest possible safety, not  only to 11-s present, but to ail future  policy holder---. If is not only the  fund whii-ii guard������ and ptotf'Cts the in-  ten-l^of al'. thom who have dealings  with the society, but is also the fund  fi'..ii! wliich dividends are paid.  Tiie Kipntabh; Society rank's hp Iho  leading Life Insurance Society in the  woik) and. is especially noted for its  prompt, payment of rle/ith claims,  which wire paid immediately upon receipt of proof'*--of death.  was a surprise and disappointment to  all. It, ia believed that a coalition had  been formed ���������the night before, that  would have-proved strong enough to  carry on the business of the government without fear of defeat by anv  opposition. The coalition was to have  contained some of the ablest members  of the opposition. Here is the reported  slate :  Semlin, Premier.  Cotton, Lands and Works.  Helmcken, Attorney-general.  .Turner, Finance.  Kellie, Mines.  Forsler, to remain Speaker;  This ho'wever did not, suit the lieutenant-governor Mi'id he dismissed the  government. The motion of confidence  carried by a majority,of seven, only  one member being absent from the  house. ��������� '"   ,  *  All kinds  of minors' are  in the air,  and no one. knows what the outcome'  will he.  To Meat Consumers.  Having failed to organize tlio ��������� co-operauve  meal market after considerable trouble on my  part, tut having found every onil in favor of  such an ortj.iiiiscatioii tliniu-rh tmv.'il'iiijr to Uike  any steps to promote,its progress. 1 will now  tal:o new steps in llie matter and start, a .shop  myself within ten days nnd run it till sueh time  as'I have 50 shareholders or till such time such  co-operation can be accomplished.,, o  , At tho present I will get as many shareholders as I can and sell meatqto'them al reduced  price's. Kveryone will ������ct detailed prices on  tak'iig share*, and everyone who lias the Consumers' Meat "Market rules and bylaws can till  them out and send them to me, and 'it will be  attended to at once. .*���������  ' E. PICARD.  Maroli 1st, 1900. -  -Dissolution of PartnersMp.  of Crai?e ^ ^���������.������������������....������. ���������-  this diiy been dissolved.  KOUJSKT TL MAYNH,  " Dated this 'iGth February, 19'JU.  ���������1 ni.  I,   ,-.  JEWELLERr  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.  "Watches, Clocks, everything in the line.  I.. i* '   i' '  Specialty���������Watch  Repairing.  BICYCLES, Agent famous ".Cleveland"  r    -    ' '     All Work Guaranteed.  Your Pocket-book  ,  qnaj- be low but nobody-scps it, but.  , if  your  clothes   are   .-hubby   that  seit'lcsil. nobody wains toknow yon.  Ladies or Genls Tailor "Made Clothes  repaired'and cleaned" in good siylo.'  Call or send po.-t card.     ��������� '   .  .Samuel   Needham, Douglas St.  ' ' l-MaWi-hcd 13 years.  Strictly U.nion Labor Shop.  If you want to get fat  Drink Long's Dublin Stout  recommended    by.the medical  profession.   Orders left with Air.  Pagct's cxpre������s or hy mail will  ,  have prompt attention.    Goods  delivered free,  ur e; long, revelstoke station,  Chas. J. Aman.  English Tobaccos,'  Cigars, ,Etc,*-^caca2z^>  Agent for   "Quaker"    Vapor  Baths.  ^SEZZiBS"-^ p h O N O G R A P H S.  fm Stcpy of  The Session  lanos ana  Organs....  .Tuned  and  Repaired'��������� v^  Lcssonu on tho Violin.  '���������"'j!1 Ti'|-n:  , c;(''.,  Union U������U,l���������K ^BS.    T&ylOT.  ,y  TUKSJJA V.  Tho house tnet n.*- nsmil fo-dny, nnd  at. 2:''.0 oVlt)fk the #allf-rip,s were cmwd-  ed ji waiting in iruprus-iive sil^iu'e the  criming of Lhe lii-.i! cmint-pcovprnor-lo  aiinouiifp the di-Milntion of Mlu-'hoiHe.1  15ul he didn't come, ,'ind fiy������ mi'tnlier.-i  of th-"' opj/iisiiion ciunc. over toihf  ^ovf rnmenl, .-ind voted for ft motion of  c-nnfidi-nce which \< pmcl if-r-illy a vote  of fi-niiire on hi*-: lionor for tho dis-  ini.^al of flic St'itflin miniMlry. His  fiction In dismissing the  goveramont  Get that- Water Pipe Fixed.  He'll do it for you.  WHO?  ���������  "^ ^/Hl -f^ <<y%'  ���������        ���������������        -^        ��������������� -iv        ������^        ^f        ��������������������������� o-        ���������*���������        -^ ^.        ^p      ~^      V     "������������������"       *>"        ������������������"      ���������*���������      ^        -r        ���������(���������      "**      ���������*���������        -w        ���������*        ������        -������        ���������������������������  <���������%  fib  'il ' Is to .sell Hisrh Oualiiy Goods at Low Prices,  t  # t"oij;b XDi<ra:sj^ii]ST''   ���������   ��������� ���������     , ���������', <&'  -^? 'is to Buy. Hioli Oua'lity Goods at Low Prices.''$?  ff W'. -M. liAWifjilitlii Hardware4 and. Tinsiiiitliiiig.. 4������  ty  ty  ty  OUR BUSINESS IS; FOR-YOUR1 INTEREST.  "4P  ,^-y     ' Qurney's   Stoves    and , Furnaces,  * ' ' , '' '  W'tytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyty  -ii-    ,*f;.   .*.   ,**���������   ,**���������    jt.  The balance of our winter stock of Felt Hats to, be #  $h sold at one price, viz., 75c.    Those who.call early on '      W:  " '... -'Monday Morning Next '���������.   "f.  , '      '' - - Wl)  will get the best choice. Don't'miss this "opportunity,as ^'  such seldom happens .in this town. There 're several ^  ^ $2.50 hats amongst the* above, hothing"lo\ver,than $1.50*^  ^originally..     ,. , ��������� ,.,, ;',     -      r\; y    ' -.'   a ' ��������� f.^  '      P. O..BOX 86.  2DAO'  -  ; '  TELEPHONE 36.  a-/SAVAGE ���������_���������_._,  ��������� " ' '��������� Second aStreet.    ,    '    ���������"���������  'Family.Groeef-s, oand Produce Merefiants".*'..  ������������������?. 1  iciucwj'wvzg'jgJa'in.'aa'ua^et^ nncn  i, ")       ' ,        ������������������-  A Fresh   Stock -of   Al! .Goods   Required for Family"'Use..  wjamrra'j.t ���������eaxiacatnrrHracmacg'Ji  ���������   ;   BIG INDUCEMENTS   FOR CASH. *'"'  CAREFUL ATTENTON.     ',       ' ' ���������    "   ,    PROMPT   DELIVERY.  .VH/1UL   CSC   IV  FIRE & .LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS,  -������������������^f^sNGTARIES PUBLIC, ETCl  '  FIRST   STREET,. REVELSTOKE. '  uhtflJ .bHhuAlHu m buUIo a mwa  >   * We nt'o' now  Uii'ouLvli  stock  liikiiTp; find out' Spring  stock is oxpccLorl daily.     In rwclci- t'o m.-iku room for  fe,iinu*- wo fire uil'ei'ing great bargiiina  ,    For   the" Nest;, Two" Weeks.  \ IVF0!" .TP"   A   '"3ST"     Kamloop  Rovclstolco Store-  Mcbarty Bloeli  S Post,oi3oo  i    f K  ���������ea^  ^gm^*  (f"\   C^ .......ESTABLISHED 138  wO.j       VICTORIA, B.C;  ��������� Center Tables,  Extension Tables,  Side Boards,        "a  Chairs & Furniture  * or nil kinds. Many carlo,'ids of netre'sfc  goiidp i-cci'ivcd hcfnt'i), Uie advance in  prices.    Wo mii!U!f.'!<;(nr������  Store, Bank  & Office  Fixtures  of Imrdwood���������Send plans for estimates  Improve your store and you will bo surprised at the increase in  business.    -  rjmi&^?rr.-l'.v*23K2Z^^rKrriti?r^f!3zr3iry'^itr'^'X?^r^  MoLBunaa, MePeely & Company, Limited,  lA|"riO? TQM r   HflPRWAD1^" I ^liUe iU'd Shcefc ^^8S'  WhULtdlUX     11l4llLlWI'lltt   !   Wood    Mantels,   GraU     '  and   Tiling.       MA.FHSTIO   S'JFLOIA  JtANaKS   for   Hotel-and   Family'      e  Miners' and Mill Supplies. f"  Vancouver, - - British Columbia,  JJi-anchps at D.-nvson Oily, Atlin and Bennett,  mriry.vrnrrmzvumry*i-i'--'wzr-���������rf-vcra-eiixiii ir:Jt^gqi-jgn������A.t-^*.-Ti^nar***Eivrjaciirra?Tygig-*',rrjyTsjx.*i  TUB I). (J. ASSAY AND CHBHIOAL SUPPLY CO. (LIMITED).  (LnW- M-icFiiH.'ine i������cCo.)  VANCOUVER,    B. C.  Wi' at'f Mnniifacl iin-rs and direct Iinpori"r.1-, and carry a largp stor-k of  i'nl.iDec;., J������'iir;i.ir<"-, Kiri1 C'f.iy gond-j, Scii'iitific and Practical Bonks, Glassware,  I'l.i! iiiinn g(ii.d-,,\cid'-.(J-'h<'iiiif.;iK,'iiid nil ol licrAs-'aycr'sand jMiner'^'rcqiiii'iJiiients  Snic Agent.-- for .Moigan Crucililo Coinp.'inl, i3atLer������ea, Becker Sonss' B������J-  itnci's, etc.  Cat'alo^ne fuul full particulars sent ou applicHtJpn,,  yi\

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