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 Vol. 7.-No. 47  REVELSTOKE. B. C, MARCH 1, 1901.  $2.00 Per Year.  T5"  HEAD OFFICE  incorporated by act of Pailiamont 1K.O.  MONTREAL  ' XVn. Mols'on Maci'-'iuvHSon, Pros.    ' S. II. Ewing, Vicc-Prcs.  ���������     ������������������" - J A Mii.'-! IflLUOT, General Manager  j>AID UP-CAPITAL       ������������������      - -  ' $2,500,000  RESERVE ' - - ��������� - -        2,050,000  general bunking busiiK-ds Iroasacli*.!.   Interest allowed on deposits at current rates.  J. D. HOLSON,'Manager.  BEVELSTOKE, E. C.  ankofCanada  CAPITAL       1.       $2,500,000.00.   *      '.   , c *  ,-1 RIaST   -   -       -. 1.700,000.00.  ...H. S. HOWLAND. Pro's.,    ' T. R. MERRITT, Yicc-Prcs.,  n ' ' D. R. YV1LKIE, General Manager. ,    -   -  Interest p.-iiil o-.i deposit,.-- at highest, current, rates.    Letters of credit issued  -avail ilili* in all parti ol' llie woi Id.   General banking business transacted.  :-   ������������������������������������ ' A. R.  B.  H'EARN. Manager.  WINING NOTES.  'rn-i]i?i-ior.-, iiml liiiiii'-owiiei*-* arc invited to  contribute in tlie Idiotj:n.vy .Mail information of 11 reliable eliaraeler :������������������*;���������;������ rdinK tlieir  liropeilic*-, ili'-eribiii^ mrfacu shovvitiK-i.  ilcveliiiimeiit work and result-,attrndiiiK it,  a��������� in-,  ami   new iliscoviTk1**.   'j'lie  eilitor  , de-ires to make tin: '31 ah. a means of  furni--liii)^ lo iiivc������tor< reliable information  eoncerniiiK I lie inonre.-s anil development,  of tlieiiniieral re-ourci*- of North Kooicniiy.  At, the nn.!. tin * on Friday night Alii.  Newman  .-!..* rte.l   the   bull   rolling   in  regard lo I lie watei and light franchise  by urging thai, lhe council  should  lay  hefnro the citi/."ns   the   inn't.ler   nf  llio  purchase   ol    lhe    water    and    light  'franchi.se   and   llio   extension -nf   the  -���������system.    He  urged   lhat.   the   present  seryice   was  nio.-t   unsatisfactory  nnd  sometimes lhey had no walei nt all.  Aid. Nellie said he was, not opposed  '   to municipal ownership,    lie c< nsider-  S������"ll\. ' '  "ed thai before the by-law was  suhinit-  vt}',tl  howcvi'i'  the .council   -should   see  ifthatjtTure' was  no. danger,<if  (rouble  such as   they   had   at   Nannitnc.    lie,  understood   that  the  shatehnlders of  the company were  not.  unanimous  in  agreeing to thc'f-ale'to the (iiy,and  he  -suggested lhat before the city did anything  fin Ihu'   tow aids   the   purchase  they ,s|ioti!il a.-cevtain whether all   the  shareholder-'   would   consent   to    the  purchaso as proposed.  "' :A1 il. Taylor said that, where a   meeting nf the company was  hold  and   the  niiijoiiiy  decided   to  adopt  a   civtain  course     the     tninuiity     counted     as  nothing.  ' Aid. Connie said lhe difficulty' at  Nanaimo was that lhe sale was put,  through bv,the directors without, enn-  Milling lhe sharoho'deiv, whereas here  the* direct ois Iia 1 duly con von ",1 a  nieeling of shareholders and acted as  "they had been authorised in do.  Aid. Taylor said lhey had called a  nieeling to which every shaieholdiT  was invited, and lhat -meeting author-  .i.sed lhe diiectots to sell.  tile said if'tiiat   were  si  ,i  lie  stihiuillmg  Aid  council won! 1 be safe, in  .the by-law to lhe i'u t.epa vers. ���������  -���������Aid. MeOar:y favored placing before  lhe i1.1! I ep.i vers the by law lor purchase  of Ihu company'*, rights only, before  dealing w itli I ho matter.of extension  ;of tht,'present sysieiu. If I lie lirst part  of llu; scheme ,u ere i ej *eted then lhey  could go no f-irlher. ���������  '  Aid   JJiimijiiJi-grei d wilh this \ iew.  The mayi:i~.slid lie h.id   hilherlo  op-  -.posed the placing nf thi*- matter hefore  111" rale pay ei sin l wo scparalo by-la ws,  piel'ei ring    lo    wait    lill    they    had  definite arrangements about,  tlie  land  reipiitvil, and would know wheie their  pom-i voir would be, and wiial il,   would  cost   lo   give   th"   lily   a   sm viceahle  syslont.    ile was now convinced  however   lhal.   lhey   could   not   put   this  ipntjll'r oil' any longer.  ''Aid. Nellie asked  why  the  propns-  fi'ioifcoiild nut he put h.'for ���������   llio  nlr  payers   in    two    bydawiv-oiK!   as   to  'whether lhey   should   lake   ovvr   the  walor company's rights, and the other  as lo whether limy should go  on  wit li  the extensions  necessary   lo  give   the  cily   an   ell'eelive    system,    but    the  second pail could not, lie placed   before  ��������� tin"-people i-ill  they  know about the  hind.*"   '      ���������'���������',��������� A       .������������������������������������*-..'" " . ;���������   ;   ���������",'.,.  The*' mayor-said   he dind    hitherto  taken that view,   but Ini could now see  they were going Io lie  without .'water  during I he coming siilinnet: unless thry  took immediate action,-    ;  Aid. MeCai'iy considered it wotikl he  np_tisi' going to expense in regard' to  atf1 improved servic'i.'.-till- lhey* knew  whether the people' "approved of. thi"  pmchase of the wuler and light  franchise ''"'/'"'  Aid. Newman considered- that. Ihc  ''Council should place bcl'i i'.' tlie ���������'rate-'  payers in'ont: by-law'the'ipiestmn ns Ip  whether the city should purchase the  existing franchise and also ini| rove il  so as to tru'jc it efficient ,for fire and  domestic recpiirements of the cily.  Aid. Nettie proposed that a by-law  to that effect be prepared and introduced at, next meeting, Aid. Newman  seconded.'  Considerable discussion look place a*  to whether the by-law should he for  the purchase nf the existing franchise  ������������������done or for the carrying out-of an  effective water system as well, and as a  r 'Stilt of l lie,,apparent, want .of unanimity Aid. Nettle and Newman .withdrew their motion, so that J Im .matte.-  remained whore it had started.  The mayor then spoke very si tough  on the position of the water supply of  the city. , He pointed out that it, was  getting into March and nothing had  yet been dune. The pipe had to he  nmiitifactu'icd, which would take, some  lime, and they all' knew the serum-  position in which lhe city was at  I resent placed in the event of a fir*  gelling headway. At. I hi.s l.ile date he  questioned th'.1 advisability uf huldinir  this matter over any Ipngi r. 11"  urged I hat,if a fire broke out wilh a  wind prevailing it, was liable to sweep  half the town away and lhey had absolutely no protection.  The matter then dropped.-  Romance,of the Rail  A  A   quei r   thing    happened    not  thousand   miles  from  Revelstnke.  parly was engaged   to act,  as  a  constable, lake eh irg-' of, and convey to a  place of safely an individual   who   was  supposed to iion  com pus  mentis.    All  went, well I ill, at, a   wayside   station,   a  bottle which did not   contain   tea  was  obtained.    By   and   by   the   ordci    of  I hings was reversed  and   lhe   pi isonei*  h id charge of the constable.    The run-  dtielor   came   along    and     demanded  lickets.   The  prisoner   explain d  lhat  be was suppiKCil to In.' in charge of, the  ol her pari y who had I he  tickets.   The  acling'constabli" ,was  roused   from   his  sluinbeis,and began  abusing the conductor   who   pr.nnpily   turiied    both  constable and prisoner off (he train   al  the next station.   Another train came  along, and   the engine  iliiver,   seeing  I he acl ing constable lying mi lhe track,  took possession of him and handed him  ovei to lhe police at, the  next  slaiioti.  Meantime th" pi isonei* w^ui mm id lhe  country  looking for the constable and  advising lhe people whom he met  Ihhl  he had lost his guardian.   The acting  constable   was   brought    before    lhe  police  magi-Irate   who   intimated   he  had serious thoughts of giving 'him six  ���������months,' when a  big-hearted''(", P. R.*  .conduct1''!' appealed in.���������coin t and gave  Hit' acting constable a  high   chatacteri  The magistrate thereupon ^-educed, lhe  sentence lo a Hue of $5< nl   so .long  in  fp'io.d.'������������������   Tun'constable'   had 'hot. lhe  means of paying the,  fine   and   after  what lhe conductor had told the. court-'  ���������ill ��������� defence   of   hi.**   actpiaiiit.anee.    he  found hi (nself ini lie position of having,  to pay the fine in oni or lo   keep- faith  with* the   inagi.-liat1"*'. -   The ��������� g"ii"ial I  opinion   appeared.* to;   be ' lhat  'lhe j  prismu r.shoulil have been in charge if  the constable'.. ,      " ' ..  The Dominion govei nincnt, >vill  oslabli.-h an assay ollice at Vancouver  in charge of XV. Pellew ' llai'vcy, ' so  that Yukon and Allin gold may, be  purchased on a mint basis as well as at  Scat Ilo and -San Francisco.  The Dominion government has reduced the price for ctown grant of  mineral land within its jurisdiction to  a dollar an acre.  The V.-iii Anda mine andsmelter are  shut down on account of Japanese  being putun, when all the while miner's  struck. ' .    '   ���������  The Ijlack.-tock Good,nham syndicate are urging ihe Dominion govt runic nt to grant a bonus foi lhe establishment of a lead refinerv in Kootenay.  The capital stock of the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal Company has been increased  from two million dollars to three million live hundred thousand dollars.    ,  Mr. Oracpy, M.E., was expected at  Anowlu-arl from Nelson this'week on  a visit tn the Imperial C. Meuliiiv  nick came in to meet liiui.  JI. Morris lias sold In Messrs. Mc  Into.sli, Johnston and McMahon, his  interests in the Silver Dell, on Keystone .Mountain, and in tho Francis  claim wliich adjoin*-) llie Standard  group. .   ' ���������  J. D. Boyd informs us'lhat tlie men  ���������A-orkiiig at, Standard R.isin report ���������  Iming lots of concentrating ore iu the.  iujw strike. The men will he in for  the nieeling of llie company to be held  on the 13lli.  , Several prospectors intend taking in  the Dig Dcnd country this* season and  will pmbalily also ������������������ investigate the  Tot p. Jaune Cache mica deposits. T.  Hum    is  one.  of   those, who  will go  ri C*  ninth in spring. <  \ i ' i  LAFonMK cisee::. o  - Sonifi  of   llie   Lafnrine. creek claims  are :���������The Toronto Chief,' on the sum  'mil ' tl io   Kitchener  on the north (an  extension of the. Toronto Chief  on the  Carn.es   ciee.ic   slope), and   the Baldie,  an extension of   the Tin onto. Chief  on  the sou.li.     These  claims form a copper proposition.    Surface assays of W.  Pel lew Hanr-v give, SS.SO in gold ;  liy  A JL Iloklicl'i   ovei'- 68 in gold.    The  formation   of. the   \ein   is red   chert.  There is H inches of  solid   copper ore  for over 000 Jee.t on the. Toronto Chief  ami   S   inches of  solid  mineral ou the  Baldie claim.     The lead is pretty well  covered  on   the Kitchener, hut where  it   dips  on   C.irnes    creek( the   load  widens.      There   lias   not   humi any  work  done  on   lliis claim yet, all the  work   being   on   the.   Toronto  Chief.  This consisted in stripping the, vein as  the owners  considered   there was not  much us3 talcing out  oie and piling it  in a dump at,   pie-ent.       The   owners  claim lhey can take out me right from  the grass   roots* ou t!m Torotito'Cliief,  an,'! the vein   can   hn'oponcd l.y a tun  nei running on it  down  llu: mountain  side.       This   is   said to he a good properly fo:' a c 'inpuiy to   get., hold '��������� >i  if  i r.inspuriat inn   were itvailable,    These  cl .iins'aie directly o\ er  i!.e Lit;!'and  Addr gioups, and are. owned bv (I, S  $100. paying patients $.*>(X).  Mr. Kernaghan   was of opinion lhal  . ' ** .  lhe   government   grant   would  l.-e   in  1 roper:ion to the st j le of building.  SITK.  Mr. Downie, on behalf' nf the site  commit.!oo, stated tht; C. P. li. objected  to giving the site between Ith and iitli  streets, as they considered a hospital  would damage, the value of'property  there. They had already advised of  the difficulties concerning the other  situs and had decided lo Coiiie to the  nieeling for advice as to further ,-icl ion.  Mr.' Ms-Carter said the Dominion  government were reserving some land  behind lhe Euglidi church and a silo  'm'ght he got. from (hem.  Mr. Kellie believed that land was to  go to Mr. Farwcll.  It was decided to ascertain from the  Dominion government whether they  had any land there. < - ,  Mr. Kellie suggested applying to the  provincial government for a  grant of  $1000 towaid.-. the hospital for  current  ynii and this suggestion was adopted.  IN'COHI'OnATIONi d  Mi*. McCirter submitted the draft  for incorporation of the hospital  society and it was adopted, the  mayor, Messrs. P. Robinson,, \V. li.  Pool, R. Howson, J. Abrahamson, C.  II. Temple, and I. T. Brewster to lie  the (list trustees.  A OOOI3 SUGGESTION".      '  Mr. Howson suggested that the most  equitable way for lhe city to, contribute towards tho hospital would he  tif bonus it. in the same way as an  industry. The cost would ��������� not then  fall inequitably on the fsidenls who  were willing to contribute but absentee,  property owners' would have to contribute their share, and the cost would  in lhal case bespread over a number  of years instead of being forced oii  I hem all at once.  On the motion .of Mr. Kernaghan,  seconded hy Mr. Howson, it was  resolved to ask the coiunii.lee who  would wait on the council to request  the city lo submit a by-law to raise  .���������J53UOO to iJilOO'J as a subsidy towards the  hospital  'dlCiS  1   1  General Botha Surrenders.  _   London, Kcl>.-aS.���������Tiie Sun says  it is  officially  announced that Gen. \  Botha, the Commandant General of)  the Boer forces,.lias  surrenderc-.! to ', ������������������������������������' '���������()-(;- ^  Gen.    Kitchener,     The  War oflice j ,  has received no cnnnrnnlion. a |  London,    Feb.   2<S���������j:.)5   p.m.��������� !  Tlie Pall   Mall   Gazette" credits tlu: '  news of Gen. Botha's surrender, hut i sLl..1(i ���������,,.- a���������.;i j.-,,],. ,-.- p*-opns*,d by the  a representative of   the Associated I hiKll t,.l.I1.,.1I.y.   -y\u. lwni ,' 111L wiU  ie  repre-eiKed   by   ,l.   L.   Smith,   H.  al ,i nominal monthly lei.tal.  ;.i. an:i ii. or'j:.  The .Maid-and D.iughtei s c.f Kngland  will meet, this evening ,\i S o'Jrck   in  odge loom.  1. 1). J".  Court Mt. B-'giiifj. has  i ecoiumeniied  Ajiri! ^J id as'th" d.iti' cf   the  nieeling  of the High  Com i. at. Jtevi-i-loke, . in-  Press learns lhat neither the Foreign  oflice nor tlie Colonial oflice has any  information confirming the report.  Manciiksti-.r, Eng., Feb. 2^.���������The  Evening Mail says General Botha  formally surrendered to General  Kitchener shortly before io"o'clock  this morning.  Ottawa, Feb. 2S.���������Col. Slienvood  got a cable to-day informing him of  the death of Major Howard.  Dz A\n, Feb. 2S,���������The combined  forces of Generals Dc Wet and  Hertzog are now e^st'of Phillips-  town, about 40 miles northwest of  here. Tlie total number of ��������� men is  2000.  ��������� The meeting adjourned till  call of  the chairman.  The Colliery Disaster.  Cumberland, Feb. 27.���������The Coroner's jury met ' to-night, when  Frank Little asked that an adjournment be taken for two weeks.- Th'is  was agreed to. Fourceen witnesses  liave already been summoned. The  work of pumping' the'-water' o\x\ of  No.6 shaft will commence to morrow.  Customs Returns.  ' Ottawa, Feb. 28. --The Customs  revenue for the Dominion is still  growing. It was ������2,325,000 for the  present month, or ������150,000 of an  increase over February, icjoo.  ISIHESS NOTES.  Flint mid J. A. Leslie, of   I'-jvolstukc,  \V. 1! *nton!'was killed at Sa!ido:'i   bv  I lie K. i-S. Irai* 1 rii.miag over hini. ������������������' ���������  The nio-t liu-iuess-like moiling yel  held   in     comiecliou     with     hospital  iii'iller-i 1 d.ik place la-1,  evening,   Itev.  C. A. I-V.icuiiior pie.sidl.ig.  ir.'i;,ni.v(j.  H. Tapping wrote offering his building of ]'.) minus for hale or lease.  XV. A. Nei lie, on behalf of lhe build,  ing' entnmitlco, s.ibinilled skelch (if  lirppoSed building giving all needed  accoiiutioilal ion, and which would cosl  alinut $7001); 'J'hi.' eoiiiiuitlee. stiggesf-  ed that lenders and designs,might alsp  lie invited from local builders,  .    '.-'-i  ���������     '. WAYS ANO'.JIKANli,. '  '     ��������� P) ' ,     "  ..I-V'G. .Faiirjuiei, on. behalf of the  'coiiiniil tec of ways and iiieans, lvpoit-  ed that $.V2()0 could be rained fota  building as follows : .$2,000 from* pri  vale -.ubscriiilioiis, $2,(J00 fi'oin govern-  iin'iit gi'.iul. $1,200 from oilier soucces."  . For uiaiute.iiailcti, I.hev ' cstiniated  SO.fiSt)' a y ai'.' available as follows :  I! ail wayand luniliereiiipliiyet's, $2,SS0.  governuientgrant. $],,*>(X), tickets ,$1.(!0(),  irai.-iiig��������� .*i;l,'>:), Victoria O.dcr of'Nnrsi's  * A. B. Philp left foi' Gallien where he  will open business fur a week.  Percy Chapman, formerly manager  for A. MacDonald & Co., Revelstoke,  has been in Vancouver jutanguig for  the opening of a branch of the linn's  business there.  The punting and publishing business  in connection with the. K00TKNAY  'MaHi will in f.iture he conducted in  lhe promises formerly occupied hy the  0 ish D.iza 11- on MoKei-cain Avenue.  - R, Sauison is the successful tenderer  for handling llu* output of firewood  from the Fied.,Robinson Lumber Co.'s  mills ami will supply at $2 a load  delivered. Ordeis should be left at  H union's wood yai d or at t he mill.  Stwyer Rros. haec received a  numbei1 of orders for doors and sashes  for new building*, lo be erected at  Ferguson, and us soon as navigation is  re-opened on the Arm they expect lo0  s'lip considerible. order, for Trout  Lake and Ferguson.  Revelstoke .has experienced a coal  fiimiii ' this winter. The coal used  here is 11 ainly Irom the Anthracite  mines, and those mines have been  unable to keep up with tin; demand.  Mr. F. MeCarly, who is agent fi r  them heie, is determined theie will  not he a recui rence of lhe experiences,  of this winter and has airan'jted with  tlie co iipiiuy to lay in at Revelstoke  during the coming summer a sufficient,  ly laige supply of coal lo meet the  requirements of the cily fur the following winter.  Mcsji's. McLennan McFceiy, and  Co., : .hard .wire 'merchants of Van-  coiiyer, liave at Dawson City what  is probably'tho. finest store between  Vancouver and the north pole. Last  season they shipped in Moo tons of  goods involving . expenditure for  freight of ������'170,000. They supply a  large ..numbei' of the mining' companies. The firm have big orders  in hand for the* coming season and  expect to do even a larger business  with.that section than they .did last'  season.' ���������   ���������)    . '���������  PROVINCIAL  LEGISLATU!  (Vi'Oin Oar Special Roportor.)  Victokia, Feb. 28.���������The debate  on the Speech from the Throne  closed to-night and the address-in-  rcply was carried  Cordon and 15. R. Can>pb*dl, together  with H. H. Atkins, II. V. C. R��������� and 0.  L). Hoar, II. M. '-"   "  s. 0. ic. ]'. s. ���������  A most successful at home was given  hy'Mrs. II. V. Scott  to  the  Sous  and  Daughter, and   .Mai.Is  of  England  on  Tuesday evening, Mrs. .Script being the,  presklent cf the ladies   branch   of  this  fraternal' society.   The   occasion   was  the jjtjceplion  of   Uro.   Moscrop    who  wpittrWjut  to  South   Africa   with   the  lirat cr^ilingent, and who is on a visit,  t.) hisi'brothei at Revelstoke.   A  mag-  nilice'U   repast,   was   laid   before   (lie.  gti'-sts and   the   room   was   tastefully  d,jcor.;ted with pictures of the  heroes  of the  war and   th**:   national   colors.  Bro. Wal.son,"XV. P. of Lodge Royalty,  presided,   and ' tin'' (isnld   toasts .were  honored, afu-r  which  came tlie toasst  to the. guest of the evening, Uro.  Mos-  crop, wlm was pre.-oiited'with a   handsome , 1 lock    and    k plied    with    nn  ini ere*;! in,,- rociial   ol his experiences.  The evenin ;   was  concluded   with  11 >.  musical   enlet tainmei t.     The   genial  hostos*-", '.Irs. Scott,   was ably  a.-si-ted  by Messrs. Smyihe in making asuccc.-s  of the giiC.eKii:  The council of the hoard of trade  met yesterday when there wire piesmt  Messrs. McCaily (president), Sibbald,  Biewster, Ilaggen, Gordon, Mol'.-cn,  and Shaw, (secretary),  OPENING TIIE n'iG U!i.S"D.  MesSfs. McCarter an,1 ' Brewster,  committee appointed for lhe purpose,  submitted a re.soluiinn which they had  drawn up setting forth the ad vantages  to he derived from the construction of  a trail from G ili^treani lo the crossing  of Canoe"liver, such a trail opening up  Attorney-General Eberts outlined   valuable timbrr, .-igriculioral and 111  .the railway policy lo be a cash sub  sidy and with government control of  rates, a percentage of gross receipts  to be paid into the Treasury, The  contract for the East Kootenay  Railway is to be made at once. -  Mr. - Taylor, of Revelstoke, made  an excellent speech, presenting the  needs of his district and the mining  districts clearly.  A petition u'as'presented by Geo.  A. Cox' for permission to build a  railway from Crow's Nest coal fields  to the International boundary.  On Monday an addtoss lo the King  was adopted on the motion of the  Premier, seconded by J. C. Brown,  who acted as leader of   the opposition.  P. Murphy (West Yale) moved lhe  address in icply ii'i a brilliant speech,  and it was seconded   by C, H. Dickie  J. C. Brown approved the proposed  land grant-? to members of lhe Soutli  African ci ntingenl, and dairy indus  try, and ndiiction iu railway rates  hut condon nod the school policy and  the timber legulatiuns, which he said  would diive a\Mty capital. Jlc believed  that about 50 per cent, of the appro  priiitions  fir  roads und   bridges  was  oral   land*) .an J  access  ,1  un  to   lhe  wasted.  Mr. WVIls-  -"W  1 p re;  The Ontario government has a surplus of .$200,11'*:) for tlie * year aiul proposes to build a government railway,  from North. Bay. Government ���������rail-;  ways arc cuiiin^ ,'Ul the tiuid  Mr. Brown was proceeding.  Mr. Kherbs���������Thu chief commissioner  of lands nnd works wantx -.-j know  where that  happened.  Mr. Brown win not, piepand lo  name 1 specific case.  'Mr. Gilmour supported Mr. Brown's  .yiou%    ��������� . A. ;.  ]Ion, J. II. Turner:replied.'..��������� p"  C"pt. Tntlow closed the. debate,'  applauding the government policy, and  urging theAhous-r to suppoitp tht:  fcxeciiti.vn,,  J'he debate .was luljouriied.   .  The renibiliciu was ���������' ndofilort, .and  ordered to be fonyarded lo .Mr. T.i\loi,  M. P. P., to I e laid before ihc government. ' *'v".  Ale'lur wa- received ;"rom"T. Tay'loV,.  M. P. P., slating lie' members of lhe  government, before whom he had la'id  the niatter of opening tl;L. Big Bend  country by the r nasi 1 net ion nf the  road and government mb.-idy to a  steamer, weie quite in fnvi.r-'of the  scheme, A vote of t hanks' was accorded Mr. Taylor for thi- trouble he'had  taken in the. matter.  It wa.s resolved 10 as'; ylV. Galliher,  M. P.. io lay define tbe Dominion  cabinet, the nece--ity of ,*i vote of Slo,-  00'" for improving the Columbia nver  between  U'vel-ioke and   Canoe  liver  (earners    ueing   pnl    nn  'Grip and Password.  ,. ic. of i1. A A  The Grand Bodge K, of P. will moot,  at Revelstoke iii'May,  ,  The loc.'.l lodge has purchased ,a  piano for use in thelodge room, They  ptliposc lef'iiig it lo the oilier o'.'d'.r.-  in   view  during llie co u.n ; .-cason.  M:.'.';*:ii.\r, kxh.'.mit.  T!i''_ in liter of a:i me exhibit . fop  Revel-toko was di-eus.-cd (ln,l Mr.  Brewst,.,'-,*iid Mi. Voting, of JI -id (c  Ynu'iir. had made what appeared In  Ii'iu tn.be an osct'll-nt siigge.-tion,  natn.'',y to place a showcase at. Ihc  ll'ilel Ib'vel-tok" ,'i'iul h.'ive sauipli'.- uf  i-re iepre-ei.iiiti-,,1 of i'i,. mineiid r,..  sources 0/ tlie (ii-lii-. t displayed ihccc,  That, win; w hi ie -tic!! ,\\i e\liibU would  bo of most value, as people nin-t liki \v  to bcioiuc intetested stayed ;,t lhat  hotel iii 'passing through. IB* would  mideiiakcio look afierii if lhe scheme  AVerc-adnpti'il,  It'"wa.y. uudi i .(ooii the lin.into coin-  inil.li','should t,ike act ion towaid pi o-  viding tin.- in  ii-ce.-s.iry showcuse.  J':.::hv.  It was ii-.-olv, d to ,i-k Mr. Taylor  i'    '"  '   M.  P. P.. Ii'i take steps to have lhe vnlu,  gian'ed 1,1,-t se-sion lor establishing a  ferry aci-o-s the Columbia at Smith  Creek expend, d fur th" put; use fii-'  thing in tin- -pi ing.  HAN'*:.  1, ,..!��������� ,  ������������������It \v,is ii'juli I'd 1 u b ick up lii" :n linn  of the' (Jily Comuil by a-kiug Mr-.  Tayli.u. .M.I-\i'.. to press.on th,, govern;  neut ihc  ���������uiiuii'dnite   repair   nf   the  l-i Vei* IMIlk  ill.lttl il-- Ui'ii;, THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Gbe IRootena? flfcail  . PUBLISHKD  KVKItY FllIDAY.  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  Coal Company admit they are  .-elliinr  AOVKUJISIXG   KA'l'KS   quoted   on   application. '  JOU PrMXTIN'G of every kirul al mo-t reason  able rates and slioricf-i nuliuc.  ACCOUNTS for job  iiriiiting or advertising  payable on the tirst, of evci--,  month :  sub*  '   ieriptious payable strictlj in" advance.  C'OItKK.SI'OXDKNCJ-; invited on all matters  nf local or public interest. All communications to the Kditor inns(, be accompanied  by the name of the writer, not nccos.sarilv  -for pulilicalinn. but as an evidence of  good faith, ('orrespoiiileiici' niiisl reach the  oflice by Tucsdiij evening in order to iind a  place in the tii--t is,ue of the Mail after  receipt.,  n  to  the   American   smelfers   at   lower ' U    , .O %T \ (~XY\  rates lhan thoy charge in   Biitish  Col-' ^J?   -^^JUL-  ndia  uinbia. The enor-nions grants given  by tlnpdominion and provincial gov-  ernmonlsin connection with the Crow.*,  Nest Railway have thorei'oio really  been given to enable the ���������smeller f; u-t  to beat the British Columbia inliiei  and sinelleir ft is high lime thai Ibis  system of transacting the public bn-i-  ness was changed.  if  UtEEN OR BLACK,  Because of their PURITY" and CLKANLINKSS British  arc becoming more popular every day. Don't drink  inr-ure and doctored japan or China tea anv longer. Insist that  your grocer furnish you wilh the delicious, palate pleasing teas of  OEYLON AND INDIA.    ���������'-.'.  i !>rov."n  Address  TlIK  KOOTEXAY JlAIL,  -   '    ���������       Revel.stokc, B.C.  I*. O. Box ;n, iif-vrl-luku .Station.  Telephone Xo. Mi.' '  UTV AlllvNTo.  Ciipics of Tin:  M.mi, may be obtained from  the following city iikcho  .1. *,V. l������i:x.vn r.  Can mia liin i. \- Hij(  I-'. l!.'Wi:n,s.  Co.  Till1' 1'oblin government in Manitoba  is au   ingenious alVah.    iI   leaAed   the  X. P. and released   it   to   .McKe.m-.i.*   ic  i .Mann on conditio:) that  lhey  huveie,1.  J the grain rales, lad   with   the  pio\i-o  I by .McJvonzie & .Mann (hat lhe <;nvoi n-  inent  should   back   lhe   I'.iiny   b'ivi i  railway  loan,  and   be  responsible   foi  any deficit, caused by reduction   nf dim  grain   rates.   Tliat   is   a   ptvtly    -,*ife  bargain foi .Mi Ko'iuie A:   .Mann,   bid   a  ralhei shaky pioposilion for.Mauilob.i,  ii   a   mailer   of fire proledicn  niie.    An   efficient   supply   of   good  i >,\a(,-'i- is necessary to lhe health of the  '.III*   !.->  I,  i.uxj-ox, i:xt;., auicxcv.   '  Loudon. KiikIiiihI, nlliec. 1i:> Fleet street. K.l'.,  C'eatial l'rcs- \y? ncy, biniileil, Ajji'iiK  r  The linpei'iiil Tj pe Foundry Co.. biniiled.  Advertisiiiff Afci'iil**., A Higli Kneel. Brentford,  London \\\, Ka^land.  '���������  TORONTO A('I*'.V<JY.    ,  Ccnti-al I're'ss Ajfcney, eaiiiiilian Adverti-iiij,'  A[jeiic>, Agents.  nis ol anv city,  and  if  i'i  is not,  i provided, tiren ils absi nee is simply an  , invitation to epidemics wilh   their attendant iii--.   The cily council  should,  mi'l'ingoi- hesitate In do  its duty and  j should leave lhe issue  wilh .the   rale-  pay(i'-,   In whom thoy vv ill   be re,-.|ion-  -ib|e   li-rthcii slcward-hip in   (���������������������������>(���������  of  unncco.-s.-iiy neglect ( r delay.  I c-!(I(  expiration. If tiiat is not dune now  we believe the citizens of iieie.'.sloko  will regret losing the opp'orl unity  once, and th'a't will be alwa'.s  JOHH V. PERKS PROPRIETOR  -r-AIlGE    AXD   XYELL    LIGHTED  I SAMPLE ROOM*;.   Heated by  "^V������ hot air and electric bells and  light in every room. Free bus meets ������11  trains.  REASONABLE  HATES.  Xight Orill lJooin in cctuif clion for lh������  convenience of guevts arriving and de-  partiiiK hy night train-. Hourly street  car hei ween hotel and station.  .... -REVELSTOKE, B.C.  axes  A wyiMv that .should be urged on  the "ovornuicnl i.s the opening of the  It ail from Smith creek, on tin; Columbia liver lo the ciossing of the  Canoe river, wheie   it   would   connect  I.IKNS C'X AllNliltAJ, CLAIMS.  TI I K CCVKI'iN.MEXT POLICY.  The policy of the DiuiMiuiir cabinet  is one wliich cannot, be fail Iv discussed  till it is inoie fully enunciated. ,The  proposal, " 3itMvcverl~iT="i"ini!!iido the  wood pulp industiy iu the. province is  a most important, iiiilrislri.il move ��������� and  one that will meet, with uuiveis.d en-  dursement. This industry cannot  la: overdone, employs a laiije  amount of labor, utilises an   otherwise  "WHOLESALE  with the trail   from   Donald   to   Tele i fail-to meet  MOXTBI-'Ab All  A. Mclvini & Co., Agent-.  CXt'V.  SPOKANE AGENCY.  Alexander & Co., Adverli-ing Agi'ii!-, Boom  Y.. First Xiitional Bank Building.  C1BCULATION.  Tut: ICnoTi:.v.w *\l.ui. Im- a lir.st-ul.-iss cir-  culiiliiiii in the ("llv or Bevelstuke and snr-  roiiiiiling'district, und also ut tlie following  places: ,  'Albert Canyon ������    lllcialluwa-jt  Glacier Boger-s l',i���������  Golden f-'alrnon Ann  Arrowhead 'rhoin-on'- l.iimliiig  i.  ComapliN ���������     Ciiiiiliorne  Trout Luke City IVi'gii.-oii             ���������-  Halcyon lint Spiings Nukusp  Burton Cily l-'iie Valley,  Cases arc now and   again   springing  up where poiM>ns ,auil companies   taking Muiking bonds on   mineral   claims j waste product, and has been a blessin  icii- engageiiients for the i  Jaune C:iC-he. The J'unild trail .should ' pa\mout   jf   vvag("s   and   for   .stipplirs,  ai:so be impiovcd, and at small expense j aiic! tl:e meichants and men   naturally  a,good trail could be opened   ovei-   ihc ' seek to liold-a   lien   on   the   propeity.  twenty-fne miles between the cross!n:: | i,{ttc!) aie instances wheio llie'inleicsts  of Cance iiver,   where,   the   Kfiiiiloons    of o-.v neis and others   conflict.    AVIiile  trail comes in, an'rj Tele Jaime  Cache. ,' it is light  that   the.   woi kens   should  ' Another five miles of trail would   <ou- j h *-"������(; a lien for their wages,   it   is  also  neel   with    the   mica   deposits    thoic ' 'igbt   I lint   the.   owner   of   a   "liiineml  which are said to be some of llu: finest ' claim should bo free from any lien  un  I his pinporly for the acts of ,othci;s  Wine&LiquopMepehant  joke; b. c.  i.i    .'. !������������������ ��������� i..jr,x>.   .     .-..i      j....i.jj_u j.i..   ���������:������������������������������������   i .u ������������������m.M.n  ���������nnwa  THE CENTRAL HOTEL  %y  ...?>;-..  j.  w. onoss, iM. D.  'SfltGEOX TO Ttlti C. P. it., ClTV BliALTJI  OKKICJill.i  Oflice: Taylor Block, Mtickcnzle Avenue.  in the wbild.  It  TnnitK are many   compl,tints   about  the inolliciency of the system of  water    ... .... r . ,     .   ..   supplied   by   the   Wafer,    Light   and : can be found uIrch   should   meet,  the  Power Company.    Al the meeting  of   case.    One ir.-inody has been isuggested  pi oily haul in such-a case to devise  leinedy which will be jast -to  lhe n irlics, but nu doubt  a   menus  the city council on Friday   night   Aid   ��������� lo us,   and' that   is   that,   where  ���������JAUVKY & .McUARTEH  -H  I' lhat is Ilitit, whore the  Newman stated h.e had been without ow mr nl" a properly posts a notice on  water1 for two i],\xa and we hoar of his properl; (hat he will r.ot be liable  similar complaints by other citizen-. [ I'm any debts for wages or supplies  , Ono reason for the shortage i.s staled j in mi u d by persons bonding and de-  to be that the method of cob'ectin^ al ' vcluphig tho jiroperty under a working  HAKHISTI'*BS, .solicitous, liTC. j ���������"'"- ''"'^ i*" had, and that the   iccoivei  ' bnnd oreplion, lhe men   would   know  l!i it iu such a case lhey  i  Okkici-s :   "MoLSONt:   Bank-   Block,   Bi:vi:i,-   cjIIocIs   only   a   third ,of    ihc   -watt  S'l'Ok-l*    11. ('. J ' ������  S'l'oicn, 11. C.  Money lo loan.        , '  Oniee-*: Uevelstoke, B. C; ,Fort Steele, B. C.  Gi:o. S. McC.viiTKit,       .' .!. A. IIauvkv,  .    Bevelstoke, B. C.    .,      fori Steele, B. C.  available ihc'ie.     Wc   suggest rto   tl:  company lhat lhey endoay*or   lo 'hav  on lit t orpine  i-abh  .1,  .M. SCOTT, U.A., LL.IJ.  tho cause,of complaint remedied  !a  ' J3ai{i:isti.:i{.   Solicitoi:,   Nutauv  ,., '      IVulic, F'i-c.  JMcKenzie Ave.,   -   Tvovclatokc, Pi. 0.  A.  II. IIOLDfUIf  ANALYTICAL ClIliJIJdT AND  ASSAYEH.  Boyal School of Mines, Lond.ni.  S:vcn years at Jlorfa Works, Swansea.  Seventeen   years:  Chief   Chemist   to Wigan  Coal and Iron Co., Kng. *  i^-vte Chemist and As-avor. Hall Jlincs. Ltd.  Krcry description  of  assi,y  ,,,,.1  analytical I T[1(l|tl ;.��������� ,,,<,,;,,. (jf |(),)m f.,r ]j()l||    ,jt,.  A LKTTKi;   RA I l.WAY. TA li I VV.  -    <  The Muard of Trade   would  do wei!  lo keep hannneiing away at   the  C. T  11. for such   a   reduction   of   rates   as  will   allow   I !<nnisio!;e   met chant-,    to  have and to hold the   wholesale   trade  of   North   Kootenay      Such   discrimination is now made in   f-ivur  of   Nol  son that the   meichants   of   tliat   citv  are  supplying   goods   even   (o   Tin m '  ! son's   Landing.  '-'  e , the ".mount likelv to be payable to  e ' then: as wages'deposited in a bank lo  earned, or pciliaps  ould   be   niiifle  no   iiv ailiiule   as  sJtatut.i!*'.'   piov ision   sin  w'!u::eby tho wagoQs of eiiiployoes.sbould  be piyablo weekly. . 'J'heie   are   many  in    tins   disiiict   interested   in     this  il  t]U0st:un, nnd i\o shall ,li<  icceive from such expi essions of  oiiinioii with a view to devising a  ictnedy which will ptotect lhe owner  ��������� if the puipcily ou lhe one hand from  i!oji--t liens- and vet wiil secuie to the  y.oii .'is am! meichants afi'ecled nieatis  his   sliould  iji'  S' k ui ni  paviueiil   for  work utidertakeii.  C'laiiii-exaiiiined and reported upor  HKVKLSTOIvK. B. C  ���������bes res-ir cti', elv,  ' olst.  I  .^DWAIM) A. IIAGGI-bV,  JIlXJNC. Enoinbioh,  (Mcni. Aineriean In-litntc Minim: Kiitrinecr-s)  .       (Mum. Canadian Jliniii'.- In-tittttc.)  IU^'KLSTOK'i:,  I������. C.  K\auiin.ition of and  lvpirt- on Jliiural I'ro-  pcrtie- a i-peeialty.  and    Nelson,     as  | puinls.   and   it   oii���������dii   to   be  j interest of the C. P. ]'   to p.-mi  ! interests of this citv   wheie   :!  I pany has such lar'.'e i.iti-iests.  . stoke should   nt   icas".   h r, r*   a-   c,"  , pi i v ileges as   Nei-c'i   and   -i;- :/.,',  ' sufFor because it has m-'.  ;;!-*,���������   .,-", '-  a competing Aaroiic-in   r,>".<\.     I:  to   avni i   ,i ,   a'is ,-  lliues i:e  to tie  :.''(��������� t!.e  i!    Cf .",  n-evc:  'iii:  WATliii AN"D  LIGHT I'TlAaNX'IILSl  ' in  -', C. P   P. wish  ZbeIkootena?flliail!;,:h7,,,/!m-l,,,i^'^^ ���������  L ' eiiner by   tore.L'u   o'vr,';-   . r   , v    *,  FRIDAY, 31 ARC 11 1, IflOI.  ' gov ernnient the, pc-jjii.-   a  J Canadian toad   inu-i   mi e    ""        " " "'    and  even    hbei-d    tn-itn,'  Tin: balance sheet of  this   province i IM.U{01. ,,f '",.,.;./��������� \ ������������������.-, ^  i   i  shows a rurphis of   liabilities   over   as  'sets of s.'i.T'JS.yfi I.  , Tin*: Doniinion govei'inuent 'contributed I.i-i year' si'1:1,(i8'J toward**,  lhe revenue of  thi- province,  Till; last pro*, iucial elections iomi Iter! in an arliJitiori to lhe revenue of  ������������������?<000, L'O candidates having lost their  deposits.  ! TlIK .MAYOAS  \\\  "I I-' a lire -boii!,! !,p* ���������:,  u ind pie1.ailing n n Ii d  half I he low u a w.i v .n,i! -.  lutely im prolet I ion. ' .'-'  o'liinou- u oi d - ut! i - ii i,.  ,tl   I he iiieel imr ol   I lie   (!'',  i i- uip-r,e;ed aiound tlie citv that  W ',������������������-, L'^ht and 7'ower Cmi?.  ;������������������ '.,,���������.' i.'H'e.'e.d the woiks coin  :   * : , .'...pr ni^ (he water supply as  'u'.' '-\  *���������-.��������������� ��������� i * \   im-  fire 'purposes  ,��������� '���������'���������: i' i-ni   oi   the   pa\ ment   by  ��������� ' '   '<i   '��������� ii ���������   companv   < f  another  i ' i ;.. n   n.    w :\\   uf   u;iL-r   t ate,  . ..' .'.,''e ,.f a t -verity yeais  ���������.':���������'. ,\t c������ rj-j-it������" admit that the  / ���������     ',"  ;". u'1    lo    b ive   a    good  ��������� , . ..'. 11' '.', the ������������������ :' \ iu oidei In  ,  - - v   ���������' ���������;'i:i ���������'J in en i v   mil  ,   , , I  i,-    ��������� I   :!���������   1  I     '. ,  llif'lil  of trade that lhey  watch   this   mallei'  clcsoly and take the most active   slops  possible  to   avail' liiemseh cs  of   this  new and ci editable feature of the g.iv-  erninent policy   to   have   a   pulp   mill  located    al,     Jievolstuke.'     The     ie  ducliou of freight rates promised   will  also be a boon to lhe country provided  the arrangement has not been   arrived  at by too great a sacrifice of the public  interest in   some  other  direction.    A  direct   line   from    the   coast   to   the,  liouudary   is   an   essential   feature   of  the dove.lop'ment,'of   the   counlrv,   but  we are assured by engineer's   that   this  could bo, done   as   well   bv   using   the  piesenl   C. T. II.  and   Shtiswap Okan-'  agaii,lines with a  first class   steamship  service   on    the    Okanagan    lake,    as  building a railway i lirough   the   J-Iope  mountains will be a1 very costly under  taking, both from the point of  view of  oi initial  cost   aud   maintenance.    The  Kootenay people, have,   however, , been  demanding a competing, line, and it   is  desirable that il be secured,   providing  that lhe province is not called upon to  make loo great   sacrifices   by   way  of,1  subsidising a corp.oraliori In  so jure   it. I  The opening   of   the   far   north   by   a I  railway fiuin a Cr'ilish  Columbia   poit  is a   most,   creditable   enterpi ise,   and  one which, if successfully carried   out,  will    entitle    the.   government   to   the  support of lhe people.     Wp take  issue  however   with    thai    portion    of    the  policy which-proposes a railway to  ll.c  fiir north of   Vancouver   Inland.   ,The  mainland will nut, tolerate ill it part of  the policy, which appeals to be a wasle  of public   money.     Vancouver   Island  is most  favorably  situated   for  ocean  tiansporlalion, being   a   lung,   narrow  island   with   magnificent   harbor*.-.     If  the railway could  tinverse   the  centre  ol the island, away from   the .harbors,  and'open that up there wi.u'd be little  cause for objection, hut it is impossible !  to build a   railway   a'on^   the   rugged  mountain    range   which   occupies   the  intoi ior of the island, and so   the   line  will have to follow thccoa-il,  where,   it  i,.,, '���������s-n>.c !-���������->��������� il' eonipeto with shipping.'    Tlie  line  7\ ABRAHAMSON BROS.  ,  PROP'S.  .Newly built. First-elaM  in every respect. - All  modern convenience?.  Laige sample rooms. Fir������  proof safe. Free 'bu������  meets all trains.  Undername nianiigeinenf.  S.  aft  liSs'^&Wi^^i QUEEN'S hotel;  -^l--���������������������������A*.,^v,\'.jw*-i*.-������i*i *.^ .*.*j.-vs-il,;.*; iJL:...tJL--Lz.~*--**i. :l..'.:*^ ,.','.'. '���������?    -I , TCOUT LAKE CITY '  Established 1836.  Incorporated 1895  MeLeniian, MeFeelj & Company, Med,  Dawson, Y. T.       Vancouver, B, C.  I.AIPOK'TKKSANI) JOIiJJKrtS OK ,,        '        .        .  11 ail roads, l,ouu-actois. Lurnbernien, etc.    Agents fur : ���������  (JiaiiU-nw-d-M'Ce.       l-',ii|-l,,,nks Healcs.       Jiennctt's knKIisli Kiisp        M-iiMtlr  bled 1,'aatrcs.      t'.nilni, Mlniriff Steel.      Hpoaiicrls Coppe'rii.c;    J  Registered Trademark   "Sunset."  glad   lo  and  There is Nothing Epals  Home Comforts.  A Morris or Columbia Easy Chair  <   adjustable, to any position  is the con eel ,lhing.  Upholstered with Loose Cushions  Wc havo them at $10, ������12,  S15, $18,'a ur] Si'O, according     ���������  lo  stylo, and quality.     Xame  \oui-   pi ice,   and   Ve    send  satuples free.  Complete Furnishers,  Victoria, B. C.  THE   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE  No. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK. NELSON, B. C.  i?SVil',i^iiuSl,;l;vr! ���������;','!-,l,(,Vp"'J1' Ati.nos w>���������^ ->t mo exch.wgk.  ii,... V        ���������-���������.'t;sc* (''?!'D |irii|).'riius want ed at oncii for Kaslern invcslors  KXcfrAX0>3V,,1"5xlVlbJ,'i:i?,.I,l'0P0,",y f'" S:U������ ,,ro muwlM toscUmulu^Kof tlieir ore to the  All siini|i!(,, .slionlil lie srnt liy express. l'liKI-AlI).  toiTcspoiiilciicL'soliiiilcd.   Addrcssallconuinnik-atioiisio  Telepiion-* NTo, 1 I.   l>. 0. Hox 7;'(l.  AXDREW P. ROSENBESGER, Nelson, B.C.  EAP R  in  . i  Tin: provincial hal ,nco simet shows  a refund of $10,"j-JO by the Dominion  tjoverniiK-iit on account of its liability  of $l*)1n.j.i fi ������������������ thi Columbia liver  protective winks at Uevelstoke.  >;;l.'3,3,7(j--i w;t������ the amount received  by the provincial ^overtiment for lhe  issiio of miner's licenses iu ihtA piov-  iuce last year. ^lOI.'JO'i wai deiivfd  from general miiiiiii,' icceipts. These  items .stand respectively second and  first as the principal sources of  revenue of the province. The personal  property tax. yielding a revenue of  ���������?] IS,l'l I comes ne.\t. ;  li   \*. i'ii   t li'*  lin'   11.i v   .:  ., ���������",<  !  Fi id.i y i,i'_'hi,  t: d ,' In- pi( v oi   i.',-il,p  J  th.'si-   woids   ,|| H   ii; |v    to,i   ( | ,;,.,     'I I,.,  ma voi's warning sjiniii,I n ...r-ipi m ib<  , mind of I'vcrv ( i! i/cn vv ho ha -lii' <v ��������� i  ,' fare of Iti'wl-to'ke al h",n t, F.n ���������  i yeiii-iiovt I his .pn'siion  ,.{ an   ,,[',, | ,. '  Water supply h.ls he,ni  i.i'Iolt'    ||>,.   t-;.-  ; council, and   nothing   ha-   1 >��������� -'-,t  d. :,; ,  It. even looks as   if  i.olbii,^   ini.rlil   I ������������������  done lill it is lorrinlc.    11 isiicclv i'   ���������  'duly of   Iho   (.'otinnl   lo   ininalnci'   I   i-  by-lavv al   all   ov mils.    It,  js   i,(,|   r!-    ���������;  | (ho mai lor lay sulci v w il h ! ho  '.ittnt ii.  i It is a niril lei for I he : alepa-, n -, 1.''  I hey should -ve 111 lo !nin ii down,  then lhe council will he ,*il s,,p (,f| <r,,,,.  all Id,ime. M', on I lie conl rary, II,,1 ii-.  law is en ricd, ,-is we lu'li.'ve il Jloidd  In', I hen lhe cilv can he s.ned  fiom llie  ���������  ' i I: ' He c  ,'    I      i,.a !' I  ���������   ������������������'; '���������'  <������������������ '���������   II   '  -  s     ,,. I   '  m-itlfi anv  :��������� i   lin   f.ny  *.    ti .no I j ,-������������������(���������>  tl ���������    prop." i v  lo  11  :i,c   ,  A -I.-  ..'1   i  e  -'e i-   |    , ,,-ni ly  v    ' l,, ���������>   . nurse  ,' , ' i  ,/ . -P'.i'ss ;���������, v. ��������� s(-  ||'    ' " v      i> * mii,;     1 he  ,fii u  <     i !.-���������     ���������   u     bo  '".    s',j pp,    ,ind   at  ,;���������"'���������!   [i;>_, u;"iit>  r1, in',  ' .', i," ������������������ i'. ed  ie.'   ',',"   ������������������������������������-���������,   i.n  , .      .'   ,     ,i  I .  i.i       . i I, .1. I lie   ;. i-i'. *.    i i-j'i1 s  f I ,',,���������   j.ropo-/"!   im. !  //   I'i   ,r.   Lar.d-'  i "i- i, i"   '.f   llifj '  all   t i, <i *,;i..   i )i  ..,,,.   fi.i.d,   iir.ri   v,i!| '  II e     lin'1:.*- iiinl). j'*d  I' t  and e!i"-i i (i   li^ht, ,  ' !o- ire   of    I be    ii, ii, ,  '.' i.i   l  'o     If,l  '���������in'.' ;  ,.i   ,.  s therefor,��������� valueless arid   unnecessary  and if it  is   j-iopoK-'d   to   build   it,   bv  (j ' cash siibsidif^ the win 1< .wij|   |H,   |Mns-  (ij*' uiipist   to   the   ksI-  of   thu   province  |,,. The ptiblij funds which it is   proposed  l t) spend   iu   (hit  direction   could   be  dcMited   to   much   poller   purpose   in  opening up the intoi im   by   ii   railway  lo I he norlb fiom A"-liciofl, Kamloops,  <iv Itevclstoki-',     If the   people   of   the  interior Irnl tlio adv.in'aycs   of   trans-'  puliation b\ walor th it t!ie i-J.u-d   has I  su"h a propniilion as a tailwav    wonli  be   ii'^nded    as    ,m    absunliiy.     W'r  hope I hat bellei  iniiri.vl.   will    prev.ii  ,;ud ili.it this  poi I ion   of   the   govern  moot po!i -y will be diopjjed.  J-or the next fifteen days we will oiler our enliic stock of me���������'s  reboots, overshoes trunks, valises, whips, saddles, horse collar*,  lines and all olher harness fixtures at a discount of 20 per cent.  This cut i.s for cash only  Wc havo siiipmenls1* of groceries arriving' weekly (herefore lhey  mo a,ways ficsh and loliable. The qunlily of our teas and  codecs speak fur themselves. Give us a (rial order and be convinced what we s-iy is i-ii-hi. Cioods delivered pro.nplly to iniy"  pail, ot the cily. '   J J  Remember the PIace^������^=s3>>  MORR  Front Street, Revelstoke, B.C.  NOTIiJJ:  V'"!,'   .    1     il'   . I,1    in   .1   I'i  , i Ir el  anil    K,���������,|, n,i-,    II.i I  . I,  ol' h  pf ']  *' ii'lld    be    III  >'���������  1 H '���������   10-01,1  ;i a   ai  ���������' I','  ni  pi 11\ in"'  C      "AlMl'A    .   .   ..     ' 'n'lii'iiir,'  u III .,|,|,h le II.,* I.i ,/\ a..In ,   .\    i mii)-,   ,,f ||k  I'rm ii.i,- ut l!i in !, i ir, mil,,,,, ,n io. ii,.,,!  -..,.-���������  hi im, l"i,r nn A< I lii  \ in  i,l  - .'I ,'/n   I ,i en iv  In i1 i  HI' (In1   "A no-.'In ,nl  .'mil    Ki .ia, n,ii     linlltt.iv I  (' mii, no, A  t, in,   I, im/r-,i;,. i; ,,:   tl.,. .-*i u": I  , |  nl. i ��������� it l!i il Mi ( i,|.mil,i,i 1,1 |i'm    |,v n|i.i,i|i,u ,  '     ���������' 1 din I mi" nn nl 11,11 *il In I In- -1 il  -������������������' lin-i   f,,i*   l lie j  ii*i|it'.ti>>ii   i.f  ll.,-   i*,i lu,i'.   ii ill.on/Ml   li    l|A  ably furnished with the choicest the market  ���������<i\Toi\k.    _ Hcsl   Wines,   Liquors, & Cigars.  Rales $i a day.     JUonthlv rate.  ALBERT     STOITE,    PEOP.  ���������������������������-' I sei*i(iii.s   positiini   in  wliich  il.  is  now j'I'iie oil v has i,!ie option   now   and   we  Ilia iiiaiiuyeiiient of lhe LJi\y,vs Nuat    placed as 'o^ai'tls an o'ull i Mil: cf .'lire.' "beiic-. c ;ilvraki  cxervido .it bcfyi'u  an  llln'lt. I,,i   tin. siil.l   Ai;t.  :l)ii,i'!f| al. Victoria. ','.. (.!, I*'i*l������|*ii!..i*y |-.'(.|i;'lf|.'i|.  .i;*j':.iku'Wo.s'-.'s" iinii!:;:iTcf>:<, '��������� ,.'.,  'rij!i;i'oi'J for Ap;;li*t'.ia'v'-:l  Wholesale and Betail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head. Office, Abattoir and Gold Storage:  I  pi=  i  <fi THE KOOTENAY MAIL
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PACIFIC
U L'l'
J'ir-l i-l.i-.*- sleepers on all truia-
t Cars
s\
5^f^te^ W-^ l1,-'11- ,��!1 t!,.��
rJ^^Sr^t^K ��S^ iI �� "<l ������' J'.   -"
Kootenay Lod^e | your Pocket-book
No. IS A.F. fit A.M. ,
may be Jew but nobody -ccs' it. but
if'ynin* clothe- arc shabby that
���-elllc.-it.iKilH-.iiy wnuts tnknuw- you.
J.adi( .-ur Urn',- Tailor Made Cloth. ���������
ri j a;;id mid ci�� anui in jjuod -lylc.
C'.ill or sen.I post card.
,irc iicld in the Ma��� i
onie Temple. IJoiirnc |
(i.
tliinl
in  eucb
Sji-;5~i mi'iiili   nt * s  p.   in.
'���-v^Or-    YiMtin-,'   brethren
-=- ordialiy wclcoaie.1.
M.'CA KTE';. Skcisi:t.ikv.
A Beautiful Engraving of
ii
UEEN
For Only 10 Cents
THE CITY GOUNGI
Touris
RJSVrjZ.STDIES LOD33,1. O. 0.F., No. 23.
y -^.^tSiiyz i      R-'tfidar m-j\ in-- arc bold
</:y&
Samuel   Necdham, Douglas St.
E-nib'i-bid  l;i year-.
Str'Uly Union Labor .Shop.
I\i��� Iicvel-t.ikc  li.n'Iy for SI. I'inil,
Kridaji- for Montreal and Ho-ton,
Sunday.--and WcdiM-day- fur Toronto.
Trains
for
Kootenay
Points
Leave I'l.'vcl-tolcca; SiM.
i.0
I I'.VWATERbON.X.G.   '      .1. A. STONE, l''.S.
il N'.'coin.'siEii, i:.s.
SELKIRK LUDGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.
.,_ .Moor- every Tuesday
/*��^~??K       ^fr^s^    evening in Oddfellow*.'
.V    \t)>        V'Jl ^-X Hall     at,    s    o'clock.
Visitim,' brethren cordially  invited   lo  attend.
.1. MATHIIC, ai:c.
To Housekeepers:
Vega tables
at reason-
pnt"
0 Main Line
Fn'-I J1A1LV TRAINS   ,
t'.OUarr. , Level-loke
8,*.1il\. lleveli-tuku
' West
hit. 17.10
lv. IT.tXl
A. E. KINC'Alli, N. fi.
LOVAI
l-'uriutcs, n'ekcl-, am! full  infurtnalion apply
lo
T. VI. BRADSHAW,
Agent,
Revslstokc.;.
E.-J. COYLE,
A. G. P. A.,
Vancouver.
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS
r-
Royal Mall Lines.     ���
Cheapest Route to the Old Country.
ALLAN LINE-Kiom Portland        Halifax.
Xumiiliiin
Corinthian
.lannarv -nil
���jtli
Jan, u'tli
DOMINION LINE-Froin Poil'mul.
Ottonrin
Vancouver
ltownn
Dominion
Pre. 25th
"   -.-mii
Jnny.   Sth
" ' l-'th
OSAMGB    LO*DGS    :70.    1G53.
I tegular int-uiinif.- arc held in
the Oddfellow's Hull on the
'Iilnl Friday uf each mouth', nl
S ;i. in. nlinr|i. Vi-itlng brelh-
ren cordially im ite.l, ,
THOS. STEED, \V. .11.
IV. (I. HIUNEV, l!ce. See.
COURT MT, BSGBIE
I. O. F, No. 31C1.
.Ilect-. In the Oddi'c lows
Hull on the second and
fourth Mondaysof cnuh
monlh. Visiting brethren   invited  to attend.
K. 13. J. C. .TOIIXSON,
Ii. S.
Gold Range  Lodge.
K. of P.
No.  2G, ,
Rsvcletolc-j, D.'C.
Mi-fti    every  Wcd-
��� nesduy in Oddfellow.-'
Hall n't S o'eloek.       ' .
Visiting Iviiight-. invited'.'
E 0. I'l'ii'.ii.'OK, C'.C.
J1'. \V. Maumxhot,
IC. oi- li. & S.
Dry Fire Wood -delivered promj/tly. in lots
to .suit purchasers.
S.D.CPOWl?,, Revelstoke, P.O.
��� Trees   Seeds   Plants
."MXI}- variilii',- of Apple, e.xlra choice
' r-lliek  of    t'licrrie-,  ,A|iricot",   reach,
I'liiiiiMiiiil I'n.iie".
New* importation of llr-t ''la--, Ithodo-
dcndnin.-.   I'.u-i-. CliMiiati-,,  liny Trees
lli.llii", llciljjc I'.nnti-, etc.
No iiKcnt" nor couiini���Ion*  to  ]iny.
Order- duy in one day yon can kcI the
'.-nine week.   No linniiMliug nor iin-poc-
tiou charge-.     Cieenliousc plants, rutri- .
cultural    iinph lucid**,    fertilizers,   ete.
Lni*K('*>t nnd mo-t complete i-loek in the
l'niviiice.    Snid for eataloKiic or cull
"aii'l make your-,"leelion*j before ]ilaeiin;
> our order-.   Addrc��� :
M; J. H?nry, Vancouver, B.C.
Greenhouses nnd Salerooms ,"
3000 WesJ.m:nster Road.
All o\ er (ho world llicr-e piiiin-i - will be -old
"None knew her but to love her: None mimed
her but In pr-ii^e." There .fi-1 en million people
in the L'liilc.l Stale**, and t'lin.ul.i who will each
wain .mi: or llir-e beautiful picture-. Tliey arn
full -i^i*. l(i\-.'i. No e\pcii-n bus been np-ned
..nil thi-picl lire i-. well worthy of a hand-ome
ir.iiue. A^enl-can sell Km a day. Saniplc*< by
Mail, jioht |iaid, l.*<*.
' I ilo/.i-n  pit tare-. 7.1 ���.. ���*
���Vi pielarc- A't ii,i
li,(|      - A-i.lir
for.-ii.-'a, prolit ��."c.
A-j,on    "    $-J.M
,*l(i.(,a
?.*>.<��)
S   WHITE- LABOR   ONLY.   ?
THEGITY express
t E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prniiifit dclivpty of parce
UKAVEli LI.VE-i'roin SI. .John       Halifax.
Lake. Chiiniplain
Ijike Mciiiiiiitic
Luke Superior
Lake Otiliirio
Uec.
.Ian.
���iStli
Uh
lit It
lllll
Dee. ���.Illli
Jan.   -"all
"   "   l-'th
,"   l'Jth
I'u-s-enscr." ticketed llirotih'h to all parts of
Great. Itritain and Ireland.'iind at t-peciallj- low
rates to nil part.- of the European' continent.
Applv to nearc*>l rail way. or .-tenin."liip agent or
to ' .
T.  W. Br.ADSHAW.  ARcnt.  Rox-e:stoko.
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. Vi
1VIIAKF STItEET. VICTOKIA.
Time Tall.1  No. ,'.,-|-,-T*ikin.*; eC'icl Noveinbur
i i;tii. utu.
VATOOl'VFIi  UOUTE.-'
*    Victnria to Vaneoiiver���Daily, nl 1 una. fii.tn
inner wl ait.    \ i.i eouver to Vielorin-llnily nl
t l.'i o'clocl;. p.i:1.*. or on arrival of t'.l'.It. Ni. 1
Train. ,    0
NEW M'ES'iM INST Eli KOL'TE.
Jx-avc  Victoria for New Wosltnim-tcr. La.--
ner, Lulu and  l-laiid���Tui'mIii.v and Friday at
' 7 a in.   Lvine Now   Westinin.-t ;r for Vii toria
nnd Way !,uil.--\\*cdiic.-diiy ami .Sntui-day nl
7 a.in,
, NOiiTIIEIlN ko;;tI'\
Stcinn-lilp- of tin- conip.iny ^v.'ll leave for
Poll  Siini.Kon   and   intermediate   point*-*   via,
Viiiieoiiver, lft and  I th  ot each month, ut ll
P m.
ALASKA  KOl'TE.     '
PtiMin-liii - of ihi-ei nipiniy will Iciue'every
' W'cdlii-dny. \ ia  Vnneoiiver, lur  W'lin.yel and
Sku^wnjviit is l'.tn.
I'A*;f'LAV  SOt'NI) tiOLTi:.
Stcinucr.-  leave   Victoria   for   Alb-rni  mid
Sound I'orlf iai tlie  1-1. luih, and *.',itli of uieli
lnonlh. e.\teii(liiij; killer trips lo Qunl.-ino and
fate Siult.
The company rcsei ves the rii.'hl of eliniiKliii,'
(his time table at any lime willioul notjticulioii.
G. A.CA'.LETON,
Genu:nl Kreigiit Acini.
C. S, JIAXTKJI.
Oencrnl J'nssctigcr Agent,
'   ' Victoria. IL P..
REVELSTOKE
STEAM. LAUN
etc., to any pait oi' llie City,
11
Any 'Kin j of Transferring
Undertaken.
All nrdcr.-j left-' aL ]'. al. Sinyl lie's
Tnratccu Store, or liy Tulcplinni;, No. 7
will receive, prompt altriitinii.   '   '
I'i tier order I Hi at once and -I rike while the
Iron is Hoi. The lime to sell frond**, i- when
thepeopk' waul tbein.    They want them now.
HOME NOVELTY.MFC. COMPANY,
P. O. Box 518, Dopt. 631.
CXICAGO, :     ,    : ILL
Attack of Royal Canadians at
Paardeberg.
. The piT.-enl i-a  time when ivar pklnre.*. are
in ^renter ileuiiilid  llinuever.   The eolid'iet of
llie IJritii-ili ���ohlicr-on  the halllelield has won
th*} plaudits i.f iidinii-iii^ nations,   We have
liferent evpen-ii1 ptiblifhcd fourlarj,'!1. Iiraiiliful
picttn-eii, mscis'.'Un:.!. on  henvy, hiiperliiie. ealen-
ili.'i-cd   paper.     A   iiicliii'ii  that will coiiiineiid
itself und -end  a tlipill to the heart, of every
true   Canadiiiii   i.-ihuone culled   Attack  ot
Royal Canadians at Paardoborg. there nre
lit1 rally hundred-* of IIkui'cs on  llii.s picture,
the mountain**- or In.p.ieef slntcliiiiK out into
the difl..nee are fWiirnii'��  with'men. while
hi'i'e and there a  pro-trale H^uro f)ieaks only
loo well of the liner r'llenien.    ll was on this*
hattleflcld   the gallant Major Arnold met
iliiitli, unflinchingly.    Ti  i-- only too I rue Hint
ninny ot tlio-e},'iilli.iit  heart- that licnl-o hih'h
when   the chccrlns  thcueanos   bade them
God speed as i hey .-ailed from I'nnad.i's .shores
now lie .-til   forever iu lonely graves on the
oilier M.U:  of  lhe   world under Afrienn-kies.
To every Canadian hoarr, in every Cana-
tl an home, the dents of lhei.-. brave -uldier
hoys* sped:   wilh  an  irrcs'ftihle    thrill ot
Patriotism .ind pride.   Gorcon Highlanders nt tlio Battlo of Belmont. Charging
the Boer Guns at Klandslasgte, and tho
Charge oi Gonoral Fronoh's Cavalry on
ths Ketrcat'ng Geuoral Croajo's Army.
TIii'kc are all stirring pieturch and iiinnot fail
to commend ,thcinnclvec lo any one who will
'(������.���amine them.   Thev a:e RED HOT SELL-
EICo I    A(teiitt<    coin     inoiiey.     l!ty  prolltH.
I'aiorinoii.s'.-'iieees.'1!.    i lie au'cnt sold Ii8 in one
(Iny.   Sample and lernis ij eeiiln  (none free);
four for lill eetit-; %. 1..50 pel1 ili.Ktii!  '25 for .?ii.">;
3ti for 80:  HKI for, -JU.o'i.     Write to-duy for a
dozen and make money,   ���
HOME-NOVELTY MFC. COMPANY,
HoM 513. Doi)t, C3i D,
Chicago, ill;
Council met nn J-Yiday. all   niciiilicr.-,
liiMiiff pVcscnt.
CORIM'ISPONDNNUE.
Fi'oni Dinninii'ii government, statinp;
title vva.1- liehifj issued lo A. S. Harwell
fu." lot !li). The council llad olijectcd In
title licitifj issued for this lot owing to
numliei of graves tlicrc.
DHILI.' HALL.
Aid. Taylor lifted that cily t-liouhl
^u.-ii-nritHC a site fei- a drill hall siiiij.'i-L
to the govci nmi'iit ci'vclin^ tlie ���Imild-
iri{; tlicrcon.
Tin* iiuiynr said   thai.   I lie  assiiiaiic.1
of ;i site would he necessary  to 'justify
' &
the jilacinK on the cslini.-ili's of a  sum
for I lie erect ion of I he building.
Ri'sul veil, nn motion of Alii. Net lie,
seconded by Aid. Hotline, lhal city
guaraiilcij .site of otJxltW fl.
NO. I FIHI-; MALI..
Aid. Tn\lor slid the public vvivkb
cointnillee I'ecoiniii'ciidcd Ihc iiuirhasc
of lliibliuilding,
Tl'.c inayoi suggested that in reporting on thi*** ruatti-i- lliv works coin-
niittee slioulil also -slate tlu
required to place the building iu
proper (ondiliou for the purpose mi
that the city should know exactly
what the whole thing would co>t.
It, was under-stood Lhat an exlen.sioii
of the exi.��I ing option be obtained Lo
allow of the niatter being cIom-i).
A ItEJliCTKD MOTION.
A niotinri by Aid. Al r iliainsnn lo
obtain bunch giiiM*- seed from the
Dominion government to sow down
the hills north of the i ail way .track,
arid to inquire regarding, gras.se:-, suitable for sow ing sand hills, was rejected.
BY-LAWS.
The by-law  to boirovv   $KJOO   In m
Molsou.s Dunk was pai-rcd.
1UVEK BANK.
lu reply to Aid. Nellie it was stated
that Mr. Taylor, M. P.I', would diaw
attention of the government to tin-
necessity of repairing the river bank.,
nieiits*  of ihc  fstalili-hiiienr.    Mr-.   G.
AJ. T.ivlu;.   ,m  ..I.!  (.'. p. R.   ,,,,,���   ,.,,���!
fl-le.nl (if Air. 'l'eili|il.'t   folein,-. it   of   llu;
Kevel-lnke   >h"p>,   is   foreman   of   the
works.    'J'lie f.u lory in,iki-s ;i specially
of hydraulic |iiping I*, ir 1 In- t (-iiiinuiii*v.|
const: iniion of u liii ii   the  lii in  h.-is a
mo1*! cuiiiplctc   jilanl,   and   the  an it-It-
turned out by them i-; found to   b.>   far
ahead of east metal pipe*-.   TIie>i*' pipes-
n re    thoiMiighly   te.-led    ln-foie    being
sent mil.    The lit in nave ju-t    buiit   an
iniineiisL1  vat   for   a   canning   factory
which is auLnm.-iliealiv filled   nnd   vviil
enable   the   pioiiuct   to   be    operated
wit limit manual' 1,-ibnr.    The   firm 'arc
building an ailtnniolu'li-, to Iit. opeiat-'d
by gasoline and .-lean), for the C.iribnu
i nnd.
NORTH KOOTKN'AYPAV ROLL.
What the Govcrniiient Spent Here Last
Year.
The Ireasmy s|,ueii)ent .shows the
follow ing expenditures in lU'velnlnke..
riding fur last lin.iiicinl year: Itepairs
to goveriinii'iit. btiililing's- iJi.viS, mads
and li,*i'.!-j;-!S,'|.S:!. fire departmetil .*1W. '
ininimt "���������laiies il Kcvcli-loke. govcrniuent
ollice Si*;,.-���-���������
Alining i.'cbidi'i-s:   TioiiLl/ike ls"..t)'\
Iti'vel.stokcSWJll, Xakusp .'JTLtJ,
Police:    Revel stoke $71.*), Triitit' Luke
���STiio, Comaplix $',X!l.i, '
SchooL-:   Hi'vel-loke $:iOTO,   N.-ikn.-p "
%)7o,   Illeeillewaet   $ia>i,   Tiui-.t   Lake
$()00, Ari-Lwhead ."jiUl/'J.
School   grant-:      lievel.-toke     $177,
Illeeillewaet   %M,    Tr.iut    Lake    S-vtl,   '
Naku-p ��o��,   Hcvi-l.stoke mIkjoI   building $20$-!.    '
Cleiier'al: (,'haiily ��11, expenses of
VanDuscn liial $]71,- K'cvel.sluku lock-
|ip $951, travelling expeiiM'o of tiflicer-".
Itevelalnke, $22,3; court of appeal, Rev-
elsLoke, SOj; public buildings Uoiiia-
plix, SlUo; TrouL L-ikc and Ferguson ���
road ��l,m:i.
The Big Bend.
The Handling
Of Shirts,
and collars, and cnil's,
<! id all other work, in our iaun-
d"y, is done with the express
purpobc of giving our patrons
the most   complete satisfaction.
That's why we have so.many
'��� steadies," and that's why \ou
ilntild s-Jtid your bundle here.
F, BIJKEB,- PpoppiotoP.
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, Patronize Home Industry
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Revelstoke
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UNION LA30
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UNION LABOR.
|'Revelstoke Cigar Mf&. Co.'yf
Revelstoke   Station.
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. WINTKI! Sl'IlKDUbK.
Spokane Falls & Northern
KoIsc:i ti Fort Shoppard R'y.
m MOUNTAIN RAILWAY.
Tin1 milvnll rail route betwei'iiall liaints i*as|,
wot anil Mintli to ll()s-*!,i!i.l. Niil.son anil all in-
ti-rini'iliiiti* imints : faiiat'ctiii^ al, S|ink,itiu wilh
tin: liru.il NoillicTii, Nurlliein I'liuilluiuul U���
It. &. N. Co.
Coiiiii.'ris nt Ni'Nun ivit'.i stcaini'r for Kmlo
and all Kn.ilriiny UiUi> I'uiiit*-.
C'liniii-'cls ,',i M.'.vi'i-'- Kai Is wilh sta^'c dully for
l.'aiiiUlii*. and .���anno-jt'- al Mn��-ljiir(j with ^tllgLl
dailv fin ti'rand Korl;.-and Givenwund.
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Tliis stamp used Iiv llu; -JOHN -Mv
PIIKUSON CO., Iiiiiiilcd, ol llainil
ton, the nnlv Lrnimi Favturv in Canada ���
s. S. Woodrow,
BUTCHER.
Reta'l Dealer lii^nzozzzzg*-
BEEF,. PORK.
MUTTON, Etc.
Fish and Game in Season.  ,
AU nrik'i-s |i:*yi!iiit!y filled.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
('orii.T    l)oti^:l--a/<
and IviiiK -truuls.
News  and  Opinions   of
Import ancs
ttbe 'Rootena? flfcaf I
ALONE
CONTAINS BOTH.
S. S. " Lardeau."
tJiiiiniiis lint ween Arniwliuad ami Tlioniiinii'g
I.tnilini; coininiaii-ing Jui"' t��. H'J", will -jail an
follow.-itwi'iillief liL'rinitliiiK):
I>i-iivo Arrowhi'iiil for Tlioinson'a J.ttndlng
unit Comnpllx nt 7k. daily.
I,pavi- riiorn-ioir.-i Lnadingand roninplix for
Arniwhi'iul at 17k. daily, coiincul ing with all
V. V. It. trains and bonis.
TliomvniM-i reserve the, right to change times
of Milling**! wilhiajl iiiiticc".
Tin; vixku jtouiNsoN i.umhki: co, i/m
K, itoiusaoN.
iiliinnKlnp; Director,
i W'ccki)' l)>* iniiil, or  delivered
in the cily. $2.00,
Published on Fridavj.
ADDRliSS:-
A c irloiul
For Sale
1
t
just opened up at
THE KOOTENAY MAIL
Revel-toke Station, B, C.
.Size 16x22.
One of tin: most bountiful pictures in
ciilors. .Upon a linek-JTonnd of Pure Soltc
Gold rc-as the Family Record in the
shape of a handsome vulumu williGdd
Clasps iiiwn a cushion,of crim-son velvet
witli 11 beautiful gold taoso!. On lie
pages, under diflVreut liciidins-, arc spaces
in which to write the naine unit date ol
birth. On either side is a bcantifill scroll
on which to record niaiTiiW-- anil deaths.
On top of the picture are the words.
'Tasiilly Record." in the richest lettering
knov. nlo the printer's art. ' Under this an
.spaces for father's'and mother";- picture: ���
Tn lhe lower part ol the picture Is a beautiful home scents. ��� he da.ir old grandparents, ihc handsome, stalwart husband, iiiul happy young wile, tlio loving
daughter 'and baby toy���the idolized
grandollild���are all Kathercd around the
tabic, while gnuirtiiitlior reads a portion ot
Ood's.Holy Word. A truly beatitifu)
sjuni-. L'ndcrneiith arc the .words,' "God
Blosa Our Feroiiy." Around iIiim picture
nre ei^lil spuccn* tor photographs of other
ineniber.s nf the inmily. each space ciicliwiriK
iiyciu lliiwor pl.'Ci1. lOUcwhcru on the picture arc .-cat tiirul creeping lilies, budsiiiiil
UlusSHinti in rich contusion, the wlude rest-
injj'L.n, mil thrown into hold relief by the
Ljorjrciais liiioUKi-oiiod <>( Solid Gold which
pioduccs a picture of Asxzzilns boauty.
A,-jrMT(J KO\V I.S VOL'It TIMI-". Our
JLr! I O regular pi ice is .>!) cents, but In
anv one who sou,|s ihi- adit, wc will send
nili; f.u* ���.'.*> cents. Our price to aircnta !l for
Si: "ill for $3: Km for,.*?il..'iii. Wo pay nil
charges and rctiiin money for unsold picture-. N*. t!. .lacksnn. Kihnorc I'ity. bought
:{7.) -?ll.7.*>. sold l.lieiu for hall price, ���.'.*) cenl.-
ciich. in .) days, inukiiig is-"i-.,*)J i-lciir prolit.
l.'iin you do better.' .
���J. D. Liiiyil gives  tiie  fyjjwing  as
he cii.staiiccs:��� -
lifivoisiolu;   toD-'alli    llapiflAs,    45
milc-s.
IJi'ntli liapi'Ls.to  .Sniitii   Ciefk,   16
miles.
Smith Cicck' lo   crossintr   uf   Canoe
lliver, '1-3 miles.' , ,   .
Hi.*-, opiiu'iin is thai -. to make llie.
L*|i|,i;t Culuiiilii'i liii'r in ^nnd, shape
I'm- limitation a Irannvay fun- miles
in length fli<>li!��� 1 he constructi-d fimn
Lapmio p=:st Priest and Death Uapids,
and tliat tho'IjiiuIcIpis hrui:j;hi into lhe ,
river al llu; i-oiiil'ience. wilh i he
(jiuilnii liicr .sl.i"u!ii be ii.iino\ef] to
sonio extent.
OPENING THE DIG BEND.
Steamboats. for the Columbia Above
and Below Death Rapids.
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Mr. S'n.iw, ������ii'cri-tniy lo the hn:ir-.l ol
tiaile, lias ii'i-eivcil a li'ttcr fmnr Mi-
Taylor, M. I'. P.. staliiifi; hi; has assnr-
aiii'i' that the road Lo npi-n up the -Bitf
B 'nd will he coinplt-tcd to the head of
the canyon , and the government \\ ill
siihsid-i' a sti'iiini'i to lie plaeed on tl e
Columhia River.
' It is reporti-d that Mr. Stuart, who
is heavily interesti'd , in the Tete
Jamie mica d>-posits intends \ l,u ing a
steamer on the'Coluiiihia rivei to, run
above Death rapids,, and as 1'ir as Lhe '
logjam on Canoe River, wilh a view io
Kettin}< out mica next seapon, and as a
cheaper mothod of gelling in -upplii-t
lhan hy packing from D.niald. If a
steainei1 is put on between Kevel.-toke
and Death Rapids, that will e->lalili**-h
ii good system of traii.-portalion lie-
twenn the Tete Jaune Cache (.-oiinlry
and .C. P. R, Line at Revelstoke. If
such a system of coijiinunicalioii were
established there would lin gnat
activity in the Big Bend country''as
hundred;) of prospect or* would sunn lie
ill there, while the rich farming
of that section would mioii   lie  peopled I yoiircoiintiy ��.il d.i, then if you' nrj r.wmticd
$25,000   Our Grand   $25,000
���   OmitliOlogical Coolest.
.Smin liiinjj cnfrely  now   and    interc.-1'i)-.'
II ad whut you are lo do.    Vou  i:ih.v yet fl-jiIT1.
0 ir conlc-t i.- to.-ce who can m.ikc 'i |,t- iHi'jfi.si
li-l of ii nn*.- (or kiadsi or" laid- irom the follow-
in ; list of letters :
wd'ooocckquliaprtaridg
espnieuvebrdimwadohtl
We will racoi'iiisc a-' a bird unfiling bclonc-
iiiK to the liutlicr-.d tribe, whether u be a Ik-i,,
L'.-uw. Singer or anj other kind. "I'yu ciin ukj
.my 1. tier a- in.my liuie:** in make ;i iihiiic ,w it
appears in tlicli**; of letter* sibu-ic: for iusianco
Wnuilcock. lJlovcr, Know Jlinl. uu*. 'Joanv
per.-oiis who can make it li-U uf -'o\or more riitli f-
cut n.iinrs of bird-. ��e will give absolutilv ,
KItKl'Jii bcautilul I'rise value *?J,i>^)or lc-
i   BIG PRIZES AWARDED DAILY.
When you have niiide out your list till out lhe
mils I line  on  tin- button) of  tin- ad\ t. aud suitl'ii*
wiih a ."r'l.iiiipeit  AdiliT.--.<*.| envelope, stamp of
Wc
you iv
have J.tUl   tesl IiiicikuI*- and   want
Address:
HOME NOYtLTY MFCruuii
'. ::o*):, C3i b, p. o. eox, t?i3.
CHICAGO, ILL
^TJ..IJJ,t.J.."L...*. ..UJM.UiaiMJ!-. !������   ^���.IW.'^'I-   -J1HHI' I..
wilh sell lets. JJuny, peojile are already known to regard lhat. as Iheir
objective point and are, only wailing
for transportation lo gel. in there.
The Dominion govt r uncut -should
be asked to put in a tramway at DeaLlr*
Rapids.   , ���
Jaker and Conftetioncp.
Bread   Delivered  Daily.
Corporation of ths City of Revelstoke,
COURT OF REVISION.
For Sale.
Rubber Stamps.
i
.-. Ii.itcl anil tin.' half IntiTivl in ii rjeiii-rnl
���-lore in oni' of il��' nio-1 promi-lnr: inininu ecu-
Iitk of Kooli'iliiv. Ari-.in^i'ine'it.i cnn he made
l,.i  tn.Ue  iivim'  lin:  ilit.:nvf��"f both pint tiers In
the --itni-e]' Koi'l'lirliculiu-s apply nt oillee of
��� .  ',. ''''       ivOOJ'ii-NAW M.\ir���
a '    KuyuU'uliei Jl.'C,
Ordi'l1*- fur Iliibli,",- Slar,i;i- s*nt in to the
Olll.'.1 of th" Kiiotuv.iv Mail. Kcvcl-tokc Ii.
('., Mill hi; lllh'd xvIt:i ,li'-!i.il.*!i.
Notice to Subscribers.
. The pri'iprli'tiir of .ihc Ko'i'itknaY'.'M.jn. Ve
^ijmI.s iuitisiji'ibai'!.- lo iii|vi,-n liini iif.iiny i.Ti^U1
lurity ill ilw lU-livcr}' ot' il;tir lMjicrs.*.
KnlH'c l- hiTcbr *,'i\en lhal .1 Court nf IJuvi
-i..11 fm* tin1 ("ill of HevrlstdK-c will be held a I
llicotllix: of the City Clcrl.. ItevclHlokc. H.C..
un Ibe -.litli iliiy of March. 1!M1. al (he hour of 10
o'clock in thi1 forenoon, fur the purpo**i*s uf
liL-'iriu:: fiiiiptiiiit- ajrainsl Ihc .is-cssincnt a-
ni.id i1 for the.vi'?.r 1!H1 by I lie .\ s-essor. ami for
rcvUiiiir nnd corrwlinj llie iissc-Jriiiunt roll for
lhal ycur.
C. K. nil AW,   ���'"���'
'...������ .' :C.*\IA!. "
DiiU-l thi-; itli day ol '.''i-br-wi-y, Wl. ���   (v\)l
The Prince Mining & Devslopnnnt
Comiiny, Limited Liability.
"VTOTK'I*: i- hereby Riven tlnl llieanniial
j.N iiii'i'linvc of the shareholder*-* of t be above-
named Ciiiupiitiy will be held at the Company'!,
ollice. MclCi'ii/ao .\ venue. Itevelslokc, H. (.'.. on
Wedu"sdiiy lhe Ihirtccntb ilsy of Mnrcli. A.I)..
Hl.'ll.al the h.air of t wo o'clock in the ul'leniooii
for 1 lir purpi.se of clccliiij; olllceis for lliccnsn
inj; year and for all nlhc.r purposes relating to
the iii.in.iifuiiiciit of I'm ('.iin.i.iuy.
The traimfcr bonk of the Cntn|iiiiiy will be
closed ilmiiiK lbc lourtcen days iiniiiediiitely
piecci diriK such luictin^.
ll.iteil at, Itcvclsti.ki', H. C this 1.1th day of
Kcbriuiry, A. D., 11) 1.
.i:V. SCOTT.
Sccrelrii'V.
U. F. iV: .1. GAi.T.
The gieat Gnnailiiin liriu of fi. F. A:
.1. (Jail have opened a liranch Ira
hlending and p.-n.-king eslalilisliinent at
Vaneiiuver in charge of Mr. .I0I111 I).
Roherls. Here lhey pack Iheir tele-
h-iilerl' hrand   of   Bin.:   Hihhon    Ter.
n pn/,c you can  if you dc-ire jret  IhcMii/.ebv
becyanntr  a  subscriber    io    'nv.    WoMANr
Worn.I),   \\'e <h:i!l HMiird a prl:^- to everv per-
-an who send- ihc liummir t'o Ui��U. nii'il our
;,'ill - will be 11= luilotts-:     l*'t ;��� i\Vi lj^.t, ������_������   rc.
ceived I'iscli day. a Cfokt \Viitch : tor ihc tccciid
lic.-t' solution   each day u Ijcauiii'iil linpoi tci
Tea Set : tor llie -even  nou hc.-t si,luii,,i,s i.n*.*h
day. :i Ivunrali Hakih liiainond iind Ilubv I.'inir:'
for the next bc*-t  .-olutinn. 11 Cold I'iccc: ami
for nil other correct solution-1. Prize* uf'liw'tl
V11I110.   Tbc-j priKe.-  will h,- forwarded dailv
you will not have to \\,*iit,i Ion;,' tarn-in unccr-
tainty before >mi know the result.   There i-- no
I elenii'iit   of  kiilciy in our plan.it nmkc= no
ilitreicnce �� 1,1'U.cr wc net y..ur -ululion laic or
I early in the day. _ All you need i- to mail ibis
J Aiht. to 11-. and on the dav it rc.iches 11- it
! your  li-t   N  the  best. You ehall havo the
.'Gold Watch or if .-l-coiiiI bc-t the bcnutifi I
I Tea S-'l.nnd-00:1.   We suarni.tcetliiit w\ii|
! nivard   vou   a   prize.     There   i- ab-o!utclv im
1 uppoitunit,v-fur ilecrptioii on our pan��� -.ve cm.-
1 nnl   atl'.ird   il.     W'c  w;i,ut  to get l,i��.u,ii'X) Mcil
I sati-tlcd   siib-criner-, and  for thill re.-iMin ��o
I dun ( want  jmi  to  1 any  inoiiev until \on
, kno�� evii..t|v what prize .win bine guincd bv
1 iii.-uVriii1.'* tin; puz/.l,-*. .\- -0011 niter I p.ii).
j eaclid.ij ii-po���ible. lin: examiner- uill jihIkc
I the li-l- to the bc-t i>.' tlieir nbilitv an'd will
I ilc-i'.-iMl..* tin* p,':/.c-. Wc villi write to vou nl'
, mice no:ii,\ inj; \ou what lU-'zc Im- Ixcn a'uanl-
| id you, i'u n ir wai mc -iili.flcd. vou can hi d
y.nii- siili-cript on 10 Tn ; Wom'.i.vs Woki.i.
, and yiuir |,ri;:e willjfob* rcluriiof   111.i:l  en;.
To tlie Revelstoke niet'clianl's
success is attention to his announcements in tliv.- homes of
the city people. The key to
these homos is an advertisement
in the columns cf Tnu Kooi-
liN.iv Mail, ���'..
na.e   pud.     10 a ner.-on uf  narrow ulciii. it
Thev have Intelv  purcliased   the   hu-i- ' ���'-���'���;"-  lu;po-ii;!e ih,u  we ������hoiiiil  bcal.leto
.,,,     ,. ...      ,, ., 1   ,1,   ,     "iiiki- -uvli  a -.-U-niitfc iifli'i-. but  we I,.-we the
Hess ot the MoriMinn lea (,n., and   'hal .   .    .    .
brand will iiImi he parked at Vancouver, The linn aie iigci.l-* f.u
Auieiiea for lhe Dlackwater esiales in
India, I'i0111 which tlu-v have monthly
fdii-iigiiiniMits nf IVe.-h |e.*i> hy the
Km press line. The-e tea;-, packed iu
lead, are landed direct from the
steiiinei'into the company's wai chouse.
iiioiii-i. br,i!i... nnd ici,unuion. we know
1'MH-lly iilinl v.t n:*c lining, and if we ran
l.ia'tlii .itt*!;. triiin a inillinn ���cib-cMU.-r* by lli'-
Ki'.uui i.lci wi; kn.i'-i that t!ii-millinn of A\( II
plci-t'il -.tib-crihi'��� can be Induced t.o r.-Kin*,-
iiicii.l 'in:: Woman's w'oaiai to nil fi-icn,|-
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in luiilii:u up 11 !>:���; -',l'.i-<*ri|iikin li-t. and u h. 11
tin- iiione.1. 1. -pint we'ri-crie the n't'liMo
;nil)li-li ,: inaila-aiiiii. ihnt the conte-t b.-ts |iL*< n
d scout lined, ilm't delay isrilil it i-too lute.
The ei,nl. -t �� iii L'tniiuiie until .iuh- Nt. Itliil.
\\V i.'ii e ,1 li-i-i-i- Pi-;.;.. 0f ?2.>-.sii| iu Ic-.icndcnt
of nil dt.icr- to the p T-i.n   ".ho -end- iu the li<t
,    ,. ,' ,'""      I r-'"lH'ii ap :n the bc-t ii-ti:I ha'nd-oiue-t maiincr.
ill packages of halt  a   pound   anil   up. , Our coauiuitee  will decile and award  pri/..-
.. .1       i> -.-  1    /, 1      i>...     1    ;. I daily, bar the -���ecml Hl',1 priz" will be .-nvan"-
II(>l'��  the  British   (.enerals    I.l'.'l'id    ^ | ,.| In m-hk-iiiUt. Mil.   Am* bi.-.f- ni'mcfound
also put up.    Th1-!  linn   are  adding  lo    ��������� I*"' dieiionar:. s accepted.
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Tlu-y ai-e then packed lot   thy,  market
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l.cii-luii or New Yo.k,
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man of
their   plant  complete   hlendhr,'.   111a-
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WORKS.
The Arinslrniig <v* -Moiiisou Ironworks al. Vancouver form an industry
which is a credit to the province. The
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"^wsss^mssmgss^sp^sswm rn  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  9  .9  f  If  ������  .IF  9.  .1  For a  Severe  0 OUgh^-=*ssSssssS>  TRY  ������  6'  s  4*  -*>).  4  SYMP OF WHITE PIME& TAR'S  -     AND j  4  4  4  4  J'  4  4  (<  BARK'S PASTILLES"  SOLD ONLY AT  ' I CanadaDrug&BookCo |  Revelstoke  Station  y 4  of the river south of Golden. That,  vote is- required, but llieie .should also  he a grant for the niveaury improvements on the river noith of Uevelstoke, Al least .$13,000 should .he  asked for this work and we suggest,  lhat th.; aetion of the Board of Trade  in asking for this sum he hacked by  the Liberal Committee of Uevelstoke,  and that tliey ' ab-o represent the  matter to .Mr. Galliher with a view  to having the grant made.  The city by-laws struck a snap* the  other day, Jo Lanzo, an Italian, was  brought ii]) on a charge of carrying  without a license. Jo raised the point  that tin1 by-Iaw'only applied" to an  owner of a team and did not apply to a  earlier who hired a team from another, Mr, Sibbald, P. M., had to  admit that Jo had interpreted the hy-  1 i\v aright and dNuiisM'd the c.i.-'e. In  this instance Jo was an exception lo  the adage that the man who is his own  lawyer lias a fool foi bin client,���������(hough  the general'impression i< lhat some  gentleman of the law had posted Jo on  his point.  LOCAL AND GENERAL.  King Edward is visiting Get many,  Nelson defeated Itosslanrl at  hockey  hy 12 to (5.  , ' The. supreme com t has declared  the  Manitoba prohibition law tillra vires.  A monument is to bo elected in  Montreal to those who fought in South  Africa.  The Strathconas sailed on Feb. 2'Jrd,  for Canada, by the Numidian, receiving  a gre,it send-off.  ��������� '       '  Ladies heavy check skirls lo order  for $S to clear out fill goods. 1. I J.  Cressman, Melveiizie Ave'. o  It is reported (bat Lord . Salisbury  will retire and will he succeeded cither  bv Chainherlaiuior Iialfour.  Dull times only mean: Look lo your  advertising! If you have net gut a  space in the Kodtkxay Mail get on"'.  The Columbia River, Lumber v,Co..  with headquarters at Golden, i.s incorporated for $7.j0,000 in 7,500 shares <,|*  $100 each.  Wantkd ��������� A situation as ���������* housekeeper or domestic help. food refei-  encps, apply at,ollice of KoO't'KNAY  Mail. o  Curling'. ��������� ���������'  The Mutual Life, has given a handsome trophy for competition among  local' curlers, the gift being made, on  the. representations of Messrs. Lewis,  Llie local agents of llie, Mutual.  On Saturday ���������one of the best, games  of the season was played by Calgary  againsl the world. G. S. McGarter, A.  McDonnell, A. M. ,1'inkham, K. 13.  Johnson represented old Calgary .residents, and G. Newton, J ."A. Fa'.li-*, D.  M. liar, and II. A. llro'.vn the latter.'  The score stood 10 Lo 11 in favor of  Calgary.  In the match between J. D. Mulson  and T.' Downie, in the Green Curlers  competition, the score was l'l lo 12 in  favor of Mr. Mulson.  A caucus of tlie. government'party  was lieid on .Saturday when the only  business dealt, witli wa.s the mission of  ministers lo Ottawa.  Jt is slated   tlie   cabinet will be re  orgini/.-'d   and   a, portfolio given to a  Y-nncouvet;   member,   Turner   retiring'  ��������� and being succeeded bv Tallow.  ���������Jt is staled that Green, Houston,  Muiiro, Kidd, and Hawthorn wuite  are, likely to gr into opposition.  Tiie Coast papers talk of a proposed  i(.-construction of the, L'unsniuir Cabinet, but so far nothing defieite  appeals lo have been done, in that  direction.  The. conservative petition against  tliei-eliirn of Maxwell for Vancouver  got slioit shrift from iho judge and  Max-a ell now safely holds his seal.  ll. is reported that at a nieeling of  llie opposition1 Joe Martin withdrew  from tlie leadership and that .Smith  Curtis ivill act iu his .stead. Mr.  Cuitis will 'adopt" the policy of endeavoring id force tlie province into  dominion party lines.  Joe Martin was the solo oppo.--iti.in  on the.'first \ote iu the legislature this  session. J!e voted against the ad jotirn-  meii*. on the. governor's speech, and his  was (Ini onlv '"nay" heard on llie  opposition side. '  Ladies  ��������� Watches.  yymm  % ji m\\fy.  ffelVv^  *'.*', ic  .-liev  Ladies of taste  admire our Mock  of walcnu-. VVe  Iip.vc viiieil'-liwitc  atllMeliVO      CllsCh  tlnl ecu,t,lin relt-  nlili' work-. 'I'he-e  w.ilcbcs are not  onl.v lieaulil'nlllicy  arc pjafect time-  kecpciA-lo-i. ,,'J'Iii'y  ~~ , are made for good  ��������� 'ind ive sell tliein at a -mall price.    XV l  u iMj-liiivc tlie ono you iViiiil.  J. GUY BARBER.  m^/r\\  ft-1'-. i -^ -.- '-?=3*-s  "THE   LEADING'  STORE."  TAYLOR AND GEORGE,  To the Ladies  w  We have just opened up a large choice stock of Dry Goods  which is the best'and only new stock in the city. Tho  latest styles and newest patterns that can, he purchased.  Call and see us. It is a pleasure to show such excellent  goods ancl it will he a pleasure for you to buy them.  ���������  /������������������/���������*/-'//'/: './'���������/'���������, A"**--. '���������/:  ��������� : ���������  /'ymy^m\  &myy^&M  \    \yyy      /smftm^  Freighting on the ice h; s been excellent on tbe Ann, and a gteal deal ( f  freight has ben taken in that way of  late.  The taxation of the city  is now  ]"iA  mills on  the dollar.   The council  has  the power to levy another  two  mill-',  ' or such rate as  may   be  lequiied,   for  hospital purposes.  Social and Personal.  ....   ...  .7. V. Ai'inslr.uig retiu ned o:i Monday  from tlie coast.  , Dwighl,   Ji.iss    came     down     from  Standard Basin on Monday.  T. Hughes has r. turned, fi our the  Ivando ips hospital.  \V. Woodhotisi* has been appointed  'locomotive l'creman at. Trail shops.  We are glad to see "Chief of Police  Bain abouL again al'Ler a had attack o'f  la grippe.  ., Dr. Taylor, of Golden, has hei ri  taken to I? I'nlr suffering with, infl.ni.-  matory i heuniat ism.  R*S. ICetCeson, of Calgary went  down lo Ferguson   Monday Jo. take  a  i \ o      o a \ <.���������*.. -i K**'-'v5Si   y*������3&  ' v -* tei W������  (J ' '  A Speedy Recovery.  <���������>  on   lliroo  sician, a  position on thcj'j.igl  \'li-Ai  stall'.  ,). A. Birney, who recently let'urued  'to Ca'gaiy wilh the firsL .South  Africa ii c mtingeiil. ���������intends joining  the constahiilarv. ,   ,.-   '  I'lilJ-jlIVTKl.'l'AX   CUl'liCII.  J(ev. W.C.'Calder left on Tuesdays  No. 1 for Kamloops to attend a meeting of J'if'.sbyter'y.  Commencing next Sunday Mr.  Calder will begin a series of sei inons,  at the morning services, on "The  Loi:d!.*- IJiayer," and another series at  llie'c\ening services on "The Tears of  llio JJiJdc,"  '���������"       .\:i:t.'I ji)i,"i' (iiiujtfii."  ' Jj*i.st Sunday 'lie,\'. S. J. Thompson  "proadied on "Sabbath Observance/'  and in the. evening on the text, Nuin  hers, x, 10, '��������� Con.o'thou with us and  we will do tlice good." Jlo said MusOs  ropres.'iilod (lie peor.le of Cod and  g.i\c iu theso words a cordial, loving,  sineeie auri pretbitig "olfvitiiliun to  llohab, as representing tho woi Id outside. Tlie iciMius that wo press so  constantly on men (out.si<!e to .unite  with lhe church -are���������1, That, such  decision uiilrl.e best, for thernsohes ;  2, It,, will be best for others. The  belter a man i**,'t!.e ni'.re. influence for  good lie will hi\e on his follows. ,  A fine, an them was given before the  sermmi and, dining tlie dflertoiy a  qu.utelle, was sung by Messrs. Taylor  and 'Allu.'ii and Mea lanies Dent and  Tluaiipson,  -Next Sundav in, the Methodist  Cluii  ,depends  things;  a good phy-  good   nitise, and abso-  '     lute  purity  and   uniformity,of  lhe  drugs   and    medicines em-  ployed iu tlio case.  Always Come Here    -  with   your   pre.sci iplions,    and  - fur toilet and bath lerjuisites.  Taylor & George, McKenzie Ave.  HEATING STOVES  '  '       TO CLEAR OUT���������We will" offer all our fine  ran^'e 'of Coal or Wood Heating Stoves f'  ^_AT COST.  This is not a fake sale of fake g*ootls but a genuine offer of the  best line of stoves on the market-���������  Gurney's   Souvenirs.  W. M. LAWRENCE,  Hardware and .  <������zzzzBB������������-^Tinsmi(hing.  eora  tis,  "The Drugg'st,"   ���������   ,     '  ���������JyiicceKsor lu The AfvD. A. IIA Co.  REVELSTOKE STATION, B. C  Mil  J.  D.  lhivd  came   in   fiom   0,uiu'������  i ^iiuirli there  i in   the   urn ning.  ie  a special mt\ ice  An illi-strated sei-  O.vek on Mondav. having expe. ienc-ec! I ���������*K.������������������-pecia!ly for the children, will b,  n hard trip o������in������   to  the quantily  of I -lV(i:1 ''.v llie   superintendent, and   tin-  The new land registration office for  the Kootenays will oiien at Nelson  lo-inni-row, II. F. McLeod being regi--  trar. W. J. Fort, of the ���������Victoria  office, will a-i-Ul Mr. ,McLeod al the  start, and Mr. Nolan will ' be ihiet  c'.er k.  snow that has fallen lately.  Isaac Hate, of 'Thom-on's Land in ;.  returned on Sunday from' California,  where-he had heen for lhe heii-'fit of  his health. He left for home on .Monday.  If. A. Drown ha? lecived news nf (;���������.>  (lea:h of hi- inn-iu. H-*rc-t. J. A.  Kerr, from lhe iffect-- of a l i fie'wound  while fighting the Boer.*-- in South  Afiiea.  * M;s~ Austin, havir*  m.-iVir.ir |>arl v-, wil  Ian 1 on Mondav. \\ h-  Ladies tailor-made .-kirts at co.-t  fir  the next ten   days   to   clear-   out   fall [ ���������������������������   >'ii-i������''-8-    -^'^  -M'''-r-"''  stock. J. I). tVessman. Mackeir/ie Avi . | ������ >inpanie< her.   I     ,jrr. :lilfi j;t.;. a.   M.   Cia  'elided net d,"'  le.ive,;.-!'   H-  ),��������� v. ill i-ri'jz:  Su-.il h  J,  [ -ing'ng will he led   by   the children of  ! the. Sai.day School.     Everybody invit  | ed.      vSuuday School at 2;:J0 p.m , and  regular eieniiig service at 7:30 by the  .. p iitor.  A *-n( i,*d which wa-. largely   attendid  was given al   the parsonage  last eyi h-  '. ing.     The    i jitei taininerit     consisti d  '���������I'.iefly cf a   pi ogiainuie of   vocal and  in-lr.iiiiental   ti:U.--ic 'which   was  well  reniU-i ed, ''  --T. !-���������:-:.-:;������'.- cauRcn,  The   si u,d   weekly  lent service was  h.ei.i on Vv'i"!':��������� -day evening.  A ::���������<   ling of the Altar (Juihl will he  c* in.e  a;--  ���������i'  At the ho.-] ital meeting la-t evenii g  M.V. Kellie said* that, some of the V. P.  It. employee!" ohj"cteil .-trongly to  having hospital conti ibution-. dot ked  from their pay. -Mr, McCaiter replied  that could not be done it the 'men  objected.  F. M. Hat'.enbuiy, architect, is calling for lender*? for lhe eieeiion of a  large addition to tin- ('. P. \{. hotel at  Field. Copie-. ur pl.nis and -p.-cifi-  cations .-hould be-.-tn to the C. P. H.  ' oflices at Hevel.-t-.ke fm tonvenii'iici  of local contracti't--  f i om Thom.-rii'- Lar.i'.inL' on Wedne���������  day and left I.iii'- :i'<- r-ni'"1^ 'in a "- i-it to  Mr. Craig'- ;mi et,t-: a| Ti'i-.\ N. S.  Alex. I**ia*-ei, of I" ���������v,i!-i..ke. v. ie, i a-  b"en gani-niipd at V*,.|ii*i vdh A  Co-npany IL <\ IL -u-'" !.-t -;a'* c,  pa-sed ihlrviu'll S.iluilay fo! A fr.( a  nn tlie con-'iV*-iia l y f. i.e.  TC.  D.   .1 ihu*-i>n   :��������� "���������.>ii*i!.".I    of    Ml!-  'ie-   V  '   IL (  (', on \\ 'pi:  n. a I  !''���������-.  ii.- oidii. .1  li-X  .-- .1  d iv  of next week at .'!  lieli  i,  -., i,  FI, -  (..rage.  y -ei'vic ���������-- u 11 he  Sunday.  ia-   li'M'n appointed Sun-  ]���������������������������: iiieii 'eir. iii | !ace of  THE NETTiE -L  An Important' Deal.-- Enjiisli Capita  Interested.  \V. M, J,oolrc:tu:;icrl.o;),V\'(r"li*C(lay  from a visit lu the mine and reports  il i.s looking hotter than ever. The.a  have now been 50'j tons', of ore  shipped' out. The 'ore aibo'keep?  improving in values.  On  Tuesday   i\!r. Young canie in:  from   Calgary, and  on   Wednesday  Mr, Cochrane, jircsidcnt of the company, came ki from McLeod accompanied   by    Mr.    Alfred    Oclavius1  Kirby,   solicitor,   and Mr. Godsall,  of  Londd'.i.   England,   who   represent   English    capital: ' and     who  have come to    Revelstoke on business   connected    Avith    the   Nellie  L.   and Great  Western Mines and  Double Eagle Companies, in   whicl  they will now be heavily interested.  Mr.   Kirby   holds   options   on  tbe  While   Elephant, Tread well, Noble  Three, Wa Wa, and   Chilcat claims  on Lafonrie  and   Carries Creeks in0  the  Big  Uend, and  in the Moscow  and Oitcrlail claims on   Pool Creek.  The     directors     cf     the     Net-  tic      L.      company      on'    Wednesday    night     met     Mr.,   Kirby.  when   it is  staled   that gentleman  subscribed    for    250,000.   treasury  shares in the Nettie L. thus placing  the company in a first class fii-aiiciai  position.     It  is now intended to gc  a'lead  and   thoroughly  devexp the  which   at   present   gives  it ;i 'argc-  Carpets, Linoleums, Floor    il  Ololh1-*, Winds, Wall Paper,&c   , , Second'    Hand     Furniture  bought and Sulci.    Warehouse for Storage of Furniture at monthly rates.  -'. Ag2.it for Pianos, Organs, and Sewing Machines.  IR.  -BCQWBQisr..  Special Sale for January.  I h;ivc twenty-five patterns for suits of Tweeds'  ,;itrd Serges ,which- I will make up this month at  $20 per suit, finished with first class trimmings.  R.  S.'. WILSON, THE  TAILOR.  LIMITED.  '"'. Wholesale Hardware, Ship Chandlery and  ',  ' Mining Supplies.''  Hardware Department, 8-10-12 Cordova Street ��������� A'  Ship Chandlery Department, 0-10 Water Street  9  Ons BlosJt from C ? R'Dapot  and Stoamboat V/Jiarves  Itc-furnis.-iod and Rc-modollod  Kates $1.50 to $2 per day  prope.'t\  every promise of 'lur nng .'ml  and vaiuabli' mine.  A NOVEL PII0P0SAL.  \\T..it th3 Proprietors 'of. Cr. Cl^rke'^  Liuie Hed Pills pffer.  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  R, DOVVSWELL, Proprietor,  Vancouver,   B. C.  I'Mitor of the I\oct;*:n'.'  ,1.  v .Mail :  '   '.'.' !!'   I IP  ( l.t'i-M 11.  lu*. .I l/.is 11 e.,   ,1 j-|*'o:iite(l oru-an-  .eori-  ink.  P a ���������  0   i*-  ���������l>!l'|l ,  "!l>-- 1  .1   ol  lie1  I'xv.:  fo:  ������������������!":''':  popular ,1 e-i ie:,' ���������- '  prom il.'.] io ,*n ,i h  ha .k.     Mi.   doli .-'.  m'-i-ed     li.'l e.  I ,l\ i i^T  II (���������*-!  :,'e- 1 :l v. i    I" he  !*-   I,I .1 I.I I)   of     I !|e  :i    iv iil   i:e ^T'e.ilh  I 1 ken   ,V)l  .ii iiv >���������  1-11  ' ii  ;ui.l AFf.ICA.  Ofrlcer   M^n  The teat h"i'*-- and Snpei intendeiii ]  Rohinson are having n row v\hiel:'  culminated in the-upeiinteiideiit \.o<\- \  polling the next nieeling of the,  te,l( hei .>- in*-l il nte ti ,��������� ,*i \ear. The I  teacher.s thi-i. ;i | pealed io llie mini.-(ei  of educal ion. who i-, -;iid lo he haekii ^  thein up.  part i:i,-]iii!-> ind -or'.1! j^.ithej in^-.  The in 'inlier*. of  Xo 2 i'l,11. Jh iiraih"  h.'M .-in   At   [feme  at   \o. 2 Kiie'H ill. .  on   W. dne,day  ni-_'iif.  vhe:'   they en-  terl,lined their  I idv   friend-,-ind riiein-  ;n.:,n;7  I, Moi;  IHOl P'il_'  1 '  Oll.'d     ,.V    >('l^l.   i'l",  ��������� .M.i ;*,i   \*.i u i,.lI t>-i,di d  (". e'-.toke.    ' i,    f .<   i-i ' |<  ' i -.i'.'e it; S 1 '.11.��������� 1 Afi;' ,l  .M'  Hi.-, wor-hip the mayor will .shortly  vi.-iL Vietoria with a \\u\v lo representing lo the government nniiter*-  alfeeting Lhe inLereil- of 'Revel-toke.  Among oth('i* hii.-ine-s Mr. Kilpatiiek  has heen asked hy the promoter*.-- oi  the hospital to iniervlew Mr. J'arwell,  and endeavor lo arrange wilh th.tl  gentleman for hi- -Iniie of lhe sit..  whiehiti- de.-ircd to acrpiire hehind  Lhe court house for ho.-pilal   pin po.*-e.-.  in e���������' nl  I heie  her.-   "I'   X '.  {I hi.lll      III    pi e-elll    ,111.1     I   pie I- nil   I II,H  vva - spent in d.i nriii-r ,ii"l card p.u I i* -  Refredimeiiiw were-erv.-l.   -Mn-ie vv 1-  -iipplird hy Mr >-T-. i'. Wi'li-un-I in.i'i-,  dnliiii,    Iv   W-iler-on     ividliii;.     fiiiy  R.irherand ,\. K. Kincaid fguitai).  T  M  1-i'i  ,., _,!p r  Pi,      ,  -' I U"'- 1  11  ' iee : ' 1    1 ,  Re. (-'-I1,'.I  A-in . .f   I*  Kc'm'M,,,  ���������  .1. V   Co!h  1, ��������� 1  'lie 1  ,!  put n, ,-*j  ol'i'^    r \  ' . e;,!l-.i Ft  Veil,',.,, ''.'  ( ij'i'i.l,1*-,  11.    '  I Cli  1  'i; 01 11 ���������  ���������l.'T    Pi  i!i'' ll, Jvi'lVl hv ' (.  <A, ir c;,irk"  : 1  iri'.'.f'v rr,iiFi<-  >,.,  ���������A   1      -  ':,< 1 *.;''  <l,J.-<,  ** d'n'iii  Pi"-J'J.  Idl..1  W. ./'  ,    Fo  I I.f!  I      Sii;,--A\'e   iiinl.e   liie  follow ini; pro  J posal to llie  readers of   the   Kootriinv  Mail :     To any one, who i- a siihjei t, ol  1 hr'tiiit.iti-iin (no m-ittei how long stand  in ') or anv   liliiod   disease, as eniiiiier  ���������iK'd helow, ���������ind will   give |)i. .Clarke'.s  'Lill!"   li-'d   l'dls   a   fair trial, and do  ;i .1 lind a [ erfeel cine, we will   refund  1 ijc money p lid for t lie,  piils        1 f    no  A-i,;^iani i ,| impiov eineiit   is ohserved,  , we mi'! ;n addition  piy i^iU in cadi on  1 ilisf,' toiv  evideme l.e'l'iig nij plied a.>  1   to ill'. ��������� rlli'i't.  XVc have wi tu know if a -dn^le  '���������aw vvle'ie thi">e W()ndeif.|| pill- have  not l.r-en aln.o*,! cnliicly s'.icce.ssful iu  ",';'( 1 t in:.' a .- i.re.  CANADA CIIKMK'U, CO..  I', let hoinugli,   (Int.  Ni    flliil.cs   Ninle  Re.l Tills aie a j  po... n <��������� ,i;,d '-eilaiii (til,1 fi I I I '.'. ippe,  1 !.'*i<ii 1 irrnii^.islhm.i, p n ,1! \ -is. eatai 1 li,  '".vini*'. lough-., lame ha.*l;, indigestion,  ���������di -feirifli and   li   er  t roiihle**, female  TRAINS BLOCKED.  No Mail From the East Till Sunday-  , '     Traffic via Crows Nest. ���������  The rain-ilnnii wliiuli wns oxpcrienccil during  t-i j rust two rlnys rust 1 ltd 1 111 (;vcu|ilioi)iill.v  .eavj snow .slidus in llio inoniitnliw, a- wn.s to  .ie uNpucleil, wit Ji the result that tin: train  -orv ice i.- blocked.  Xo. 1 diK! vi'siLTilay sot, as far ns Holdon and  vva- (lct.iiiu-il lligre. .A-'lo-ilay's No. I could  .lot Kt'l tlirouidi eillicr tho ollieors of llie. C.IMt.  n-r.*iii'jie,| losond tho pn-si-iiu'crs through hy the,  Crow's Ko.-I. .-o tluil |.a-.seniors and mails will,  ���������u-rivo huro hy Sunday's stunner mid train from  the south.  Passengers for thu east, will loavo hythu  south train to-morrow moi-niii;; Iokocu 1i.v the  tlrovv'.- Nest. " "  No. -' vesierday was delayed fornhout.two  hours Hint a half liy a sliduat C:i:mwilliam. mid  to-dav'- No. l! is deliiined al .\-herofl hy a  washout hut will pmbalily (,'et in this uveniii',',  when it, will hu turned hac.lc. and thus (jive 11  pass-Mi-jur  si'i-viuu  from    ltevel?tol-u    lo  tho  UOIlsl.  'I'hu wires wore down ye-tcrday hoyond lllu-  cillewiiet hut lulc},'m|ihiu oommuniealion has  alilin been restored.  So far us can lie learned no diinniKc has been  ���������lone In the snnvvshods or |iei'uiimeiiL,wn,v hut iL  11.simply a matter of jiIoiikIiIiikii truck throng)  t lohcavv ,-lidos with the rotarios from either  o nl. Ail men available have been put on to  restore eoinniunieiitinii as soon a-possible.  Meantime llu: Company are looking after tho  coml'orl. of Ihc pa-seiif-'crs in every possible  wav. II is not, dellnitely known when Iriifllu  will he I'.'storcd, but jirubahly by tho beijiiiniiiK  of Lhu week.  pai-ty'dispersed, havinq had one of the  most enjoyable, times ever experienced  iu   this  viHtiity.     There were several  competitors   in   the.  prize   waltz, bub  .after   a  close  contest  the  prize was ���������  awarded   to   Mr. IL Howell and Miss *  Annie Merger.     A vole of thanks wan  given , Mr    Howell   for lhe successful  manner  in   which   he   had conducted"  theallair which was ably responded to.  A   large   and   enthusiastic   temper-'  a nee meeting  was  hold in the hall on  Friday evening.    The programme consisted of vocal and instrumental music  which rellcctcd   great  credit upon tho  committee  and   was much enjoyed by  the audience.      Mr.  Frank Felt deliv  ered  if 1  add re  ss  on   "The   need   of  Fi.-ewood.  The vote of '$~AM1 for the Columbia  fiver which appears on the Dominion  estimates turns oul to he for Lhal  par;.  Haviny ol-laiiiiyl   th  I,.-.  will  the F. Robinson Lumber Ooinpanv lo  hiindle I Iw-ir oni put, of firewood, I am  prepared to supply same, iil- 8- a lo.id.'  cash on delivery, ���������'��������� f Irders ���������.should be  I'efi at my -yan.1 'or at tho'mil.l.  ��������� *ii.  1  N'inne.  Kr.l' .  I ,,'o'in-.,*,  V lie M,'   1 1  If       \      f,  y >. t , Vv'..;.  j .Moulder, j-;.  (", f.-l'.ke ,     N,      L.   ('���������'(.; 'Ji'.  ('��������� iidom,   Iveh-i ),y ,   ,j.   A,.  \-h.i'.fr .   L    M.  Hnn'.*,  , 1"  II   l.nth-, Pi.'M'):',; ,  *       .I'l'l,  V.U.I If. .     \\'a|i(:i  vrnf.'sl. '>S!<ynii'',-  Vi'|(*l.!_  j     'The   rf'ien '.were   to   leave'to-day  i *!tl'i',v:i ;<, hence they y, iil cinbai k,'  '���������orcp  ha'."  111  V. -II OOlM.ll  A. Mot!  Pi.fl.it.  , :',i-, >-\ 1 11 w hen lhe di-.cases  been s|;tndii:g for manv years,  ir '.-it -liibbmii cisfs will \ ield  Poi -,|e bv Cure),1 |)ing ,v |! .ok (Jo,  ���������'/"i. )-. ('a1:- ar.d I'e-id iV l!"v,v, 01  -en! d"'*1 b. 11, >'.i, b\ i.d.ii ("-sin  (Jan,im 1 (le'Hi' .! (''i., I 'e! ( 1 Aoi 'M,"li,  'f.'.'it.,  ':')   v\';     j;; r    box, or .'!, boxes lor  81.00'.*   ' .  Ib'A (./'i*. ike's Mure Care, foi (..'atairli,  Maine, price, 8100 vviil, be paid i'oi'.ai.y:  i''..i'ii������ Uiul it wij.l not pel iii.i.m nily (inc.  - 1  1LLECILLEWAET NOTES.    .  (Fi'diu Our Own Coiwiiomlcnt.)  Valeii'ine   bull passed ofi"  very successfully   under  the   iiiatiageineiit   of  Mr. Flow ell.      The hull was tastefully  dee natcd   and   the  lloor was iu excellent condition.      Mr   Harry Le Brash  was    lloor   manager, while    llie music  was furnished by   Messrs. Lamont and  Moriani.      Visi'tois   from Albert, Can '  yon    and    Rogers   Pass   swelled    the  crowd.      Altogether   about   L}0 couple  tripped the' " light fantastic"  to their  heat Is' content..   At midnight ns many  as   could   be   seated   adjourned to llie  " annex,"   when;   a   stunpltioti.-i  repast  was   served   containing   nil the delica-  eici imaginable.      Dm ing the interval  -on::s wprc tendered bv the icinainder  of   tlie   company, some of   which were  exceptionally fine.   :,After justice had  been 'done lo lhe good filings; provided  dancing was   taken   up again and con-  tbiut'd: vijitiL.four .o'clock,   wljcti ���������llie  temperance refoi m,"which wasfollowpd  by an address by Mr. P. H. Peterson  on '��������� Some practical methods of temperance reform." Jloth addresses were  listened to with. attention nnd no  doubt will greatly aid in promoting  tlio caii!>(! of temperanc���������.  There was a good attend.-uice at the*  "Howell" link on cainival night. Tins  ,ice was in peifect condition, thanks to*  our  energetic   manager.    Some of tlin,  costumes   worn    were,  excellent,    the  prizes being awaided In   Ted llarrin".  ton as '��������� Tlie'Ci-ir of lliissin," and Miss  Ruby Anderson as a "Spanish Hollo."  Swan   Andeisun   has le.turned from  a visi-t t-o   Halcyon Hot Springs, look-"  ing'iiitiidi improved by his \iait.  Mr. J. Callahan, of the firm of Dyke,  Evans & Callahan, music dealers,  Vancouver, was in town during last  week.' He has placed a "Concert-  Crnnd " piano'in the Merchants Hotel. .  " Teddy " is bound to keep abreast of  tlio times.  TO THE DEAF.-A rich lady,  cuted of her Deafness and Noises in  the J lead by Dr. Nicholson*')' Artificial  Ear Drums, gave 820,000 to his institute, so that deaf. people., unable, to  procure the Ear Drums may have Lhem  free. |; Address No. S91 The Nicholson  Irish'tutcy 730 Eightlj. Avenue, Svw  Yolk,   ,'       .���������;-.   ':'���������'.���������.'.���������',.'''  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