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Array **   J        J,"  Provincial I Alts try' ,  ft.  ;r'ORiA. b-  o-  ',*'- '-,jk;>'A-".''|  ��������� *.' fi-:/1 hKl  lyy ������������������ .1  READ BY  5,500  B'-M-JM.'���������  liMf-a-  Vol. li.-No. 49 ,  .REVELSTOKE. B. G, MAllCtf ,4, 1905  READ BY     ,  5,500  ,   S2.00 Per Year.  ���������      !.  THE  LEADING STORE  r- a  WE LEAD   OTHERS FOLLOW ;  The, Circa (of-1 ! unci. IJiggest! Winter "Clou runcc Sale,  ever pul  up to the Cili'/.ei-.s of, Kcvolsloko-is     '" ,-_/���������,  . t       i '  W. J. George's  ���������*- i   ' '���������     ���������'  Now Year'." .Offpring to tlio Pureliasing I'iil������lic-,of tlio, town' und  vicinity.        ���������' ' ,'     , ;      -,      ," -  Dry Goods.  A 20 per cent.  Gash Discount will lie continued on nil Dress Clouds, Dross Trim-  niings,,l,'iulies' Ready-tb-Weiu- Hats, 'lioois and' Shoes, anil all  Staple lines until,the liihl of January: -    *   , ���������'  ; Ladies' Jackets and Coats.  - PNo lady need K" any longot 'wil.limil a neat, ami iip-li>-'<liili''-rlliiK season's  -.Inukcl'iirUnit,.'   A lew of'iln������ rediiccil priui'hiih I'ullows:      ,     "_    &'   , >���������  Ki'Kiilar* 1.(10    ,   '    -���������     'now $2.2."i       U-*������iilni- Jji7.:VJ     ,   -        'now $l.2.*j  Jti'"iilur SiatlO     ���������.    -      '-   now 7.25       Ki'^nlar Jj>l.">.()0 -       now ijih.M  y-;       '<       i i   Regular 820.01) -/.      now 10.50' '      A..  Men's Clothing1 ^Furnishings.  '     In t'lii'so depai'lnients wo nil' m. iking iinlu'iirit nT i ciIiil-I irnit^: I'nrinsiiincu  , Mun's'Tniloi-'iMiide Suils, rug. $0 00 now $0 15; ri1},'. $11 00 now <$7 75; .leg.'  ' -$lS00now'.$12 25; ros. 822 00 now'$17 00. " ., ��������� :���������",.'  ' jMoii's Tailor MnH'c bv'oilcoiits)'ivK."',,12 50 now !jiS,50; ivj,1*. $10 00 now 80 S5; ,  rpR. 8'7 00 now 81225.       -''���������-. -       ,,-i      '  MKN'S-U'NDKliW.KAIl��������� t'lt-eee   Lini-d,   ivg.   $1   iiow,55c.     Galil'oi-nia-  Fliini'u'l, rcg. $2 now'81 :?5.    HluuU,'all, wool, rug. 8L-i"> "OW 'My.. . ^ <r  i\I l'lN'S SWIiATIiltS��������� Navy, .-ill ���������.ynol,-reg.  $125 now   05c.     Fancy,  all  '.,'   '    ,wool, 1'i'g. $2 now 81 ;1-J-    Fancy, ull wool, ii'g. .*������������������>:' 50 now $2 05'.  ,,*���������   On-Uulihers and all FooLwear, jiii'd'.-inyl.liini; in <aii' slon-, nol, inenlion-  ed above a 20 per edit,."discount will he ������������������ivon. ���������      (.     .  Tlio above only given you a n-lim-1***,!; ���������*��������� ���������'���������������������������' f>wuepiiiK reiluclions wc are  ii'iiiking. Vou can ouly;iv,ili/.o \\ h.ii, wc are doing tiy paying us u vis.il.  T. PLEASE'NOTE���������Th.-iL wu are nol Lroing nut ol  Ruhini'as jus-l, now  as  -our tiiule is loo iruo'd fi>i\th.*it.    Aijd furl hur,-our irnde is improving also.  Our customers arc so nice and agicoablL' and numbers art: Increasing for,  ' thu reason thai we.are doing bolter for Ihem all the lime. ,  .   ,\Ve a re compelled lo give you tlie benolil'of -this Enormous Sacrifice  , Sale' to make loom for very Iafge spring imporlations.   -'Jlespectfully- c  Ji. GEORGE  v    WclCKNZIli'AVIHNUK.   ,    , - -      ''  , Order -  -Dept.,:- * :  '"    -       ut  Samples'  liiviited. ....  DEPARTMENT   STORE  During stock-taking we dig up lots of lines we, want   to  clear  to  make  room   for spring stock.    Wc thoroughly know the only way to  sell them in most eases is to make u price consideration.'  .Foi\tlie balance of the month of February 50c. will often  ,l   >'  do the work of $1.50 in buying'the following;  Fa������?y DreSS  SlllPtS  Men'-: Fancy lire--** Sliirls. ,-,ofl anil slill  bOfOin~           H<*i**ul.u* l'riuofl M. l  , v           Sale Price 75c.  .Boy's Underwear  Nice, -ol'l, Union  ^oml-, niislirink.ibU1,  Will  HI llOJh 111)111 ���������">  10    Ki   JC.LI-,  1 Ctflll.O*  7.-ie cunil-. ���������     '       ���������;,  Sale Price 40c  ''23,inch Velveteen   ���������  HUck only, nico even pile, good color.  "Kcgul.u* I'lice tvio.  Sale Price 40c.  Dress Good's  New  Hoods,   riulil  in  color, ."il-inrh  Twerils.   Von  c.innol,   liny   ,uiywliuio  el-ij Ioi Ic��������� Hi,in ������1..",H.  ' Sale price 75c,  Boys' Moccasins g^ap''  Ileal Inilian mailc Muck-kin.  Ucmil.u* Prico S1..V).  ���������   '        Sale Price 50c.  Women's Underwear  Heavy Union tloods, un-lii'ink'iblc.  Our St Hoods.  Sale Price 50c.  Shetland Floss Wool,  Colored.   Thi-* SUi'lc Wool in Pink riiul  U.mlin.il only.       llenulai11'ricc 10c.  1   Sale Price 5c.  Misses' Wool Skirts  l''il llirls l'J lo 111���������nil wool liomcspiin.  Itctj-tiLii- I'rlco ?X  Sale price $1.75.'  Gloves & Mitts &ST������id���������o,  Our Winter Stork of Cilovu- mill Mill-,.  Regular I'nei'SI iiml ?' ���������'��������������������������� I"''- P'"1'-  Sale Price 50c.  Women's Oxford Shoes  ������ Nice IiikIi Kico, AlclC.iy-cwii.  I-IrtiiilarT^SIiou.  Sale price $1.25  Ladies' f'JtfZkr Hats  Anv II.it wa have left. Scooiir winilou1.  Hi'K'nl.ir l'l ice ?l iiml i-.  Sale Price 50c.  Ladies' Dressy Coats  OnlvSlv I'o.it- lelt.   Sizes ST, iiml :b.  Ki'Kiiliir l'i'ice-51*.'.,'*!).  Sale price $6.25.  Ribbed Hose JTSS*g?ffl  10c. anil ."iHP.   SiouMiik- to lit liltf lio>s  mill KlrNor woiihmi.  ..Sale Price 25c.  China & Glassware  A -mull li���������oi'l iiil'iiI uf mill-iiml oiids of  China nnd llln���������ware, 'IV und lOi: pieei1-  Sale price 15c.  LIMITED.  THE MOLSONS BANK  liiroriHiiuli-ri liy AoL ot Pnrliiiiiiont, IS>"i.  HlflAI) 0VF\0F, ' - - MONTIIBAL.  Wji. JNlui.soN Maci'iihhkoN,  I'n-.s. fc>.  II.  IOwinc, Vici;-Prc>.  .lAMKri Hi.i.ujT, CliMicnil Alnn.'igi'i.  Capital paid uPy$3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  Kvi'i'ylhing in   wny of lianking  Ihimii.-ss* tr.-ms.ictod withoul un-  ui'tcssiiry di'l.'iy.     ' .  liiltTUhM-ri'dili'il iwicun yi'iiriit, ciini'iit   rales,  on  b.ivini;- li.mk  deposits.   _ _ ..   -   ' lllCVHLSTOICK,   B.   C.  VV. H.  I'LIATT, Manngor,  OTTAWA,  Hon. C. Sifton Resigns���������Terri-  torial Education Bill  f,        Amended.  ' llrin. C. Sifton 1ms resigned, ostcn-  sihiy ns a proteiit, ngiiiiist the school  bill, but really on siccuunt. of :i pi-rsbn-  iil matter nfVccting'thc honor of the  en hind.        ' ��������� ��������� ���������  . Ottawa, March Ii.��������� hnuricr has consented lo modify the education daiiH1  in the Autonomy Mill., .       ������������������,  RUSSIA   ,  Now in State of Anarchy���������The  Strikes Growing.    -  i?t.' 1'ctcr.slnirn. JMiuch ,.').���������Tlio' in-  du.-li'inl eri-ib lias a^ain become acute.  Tho strike at, Moscow lias been rcsum-,  ed oiijii large fcciilo'nnd anaichy roign.s.  THE WAR.  the  Great   Battle . Raging   in  " ^   East.  ' London, March U.���������A<dcspiitcli from,  Tokyo states tlie Japanese nie endcav-  oringto foice a decisive batt lein Man-  clinri.i, but, it is feaied JCuropatkin  will retreat., lighting,a rear guard action.  The Jlus.sian morale is ���������scrious]y im-  "paircd and there are nunicroiis voluu^  tary ^surrenders. ��������� >,   '    ��������� ,  (Niit-Clnvang, Jraich ". ��������� Chinese  ,from Mukden report tlievtlapanc*-e have  advaiiced, almost' to Mukden. The  .Russians being reinforced have captured several positions out of wliich  they have been driven, The buttle is  still raging. ' '���������    '\   .  -' The,Russian line is declared * to he  penetrated at a number' of places.  Thc'Chiinchuscs arc declared to have  penetrated noith of the itussian lines,  and to have cut tlie lailroad at several  points. Two bridges are* said to have  been blown up, by Japanese engineers  who penetrated the Russian-lines.  W. J. GEORGE  Extends'His Dry Goods  Busi-  [   tiess���������Hasr Whole -Ground ,  . Floor of Taylor Block.    ������  ' W. J. George opened this ^veek -in  the portion" of the Taylor block foun  eriy occupied Jiy W. IU. Lawrence,  thus extending his business''to the  occupation of the whole giound lloor  of tlie-Taylor block. The ait era ti'ins  and fittings Ir.ive'been well carried out,  by J). McCarthy. An archway ' h;i������  been made to connect'tho two stores  and in this has been installed the  ollice on a raised dais commanding a  complete view of'the store. A cash  carrier system has been installed. Tho  soutli store will be devoted entirely to  the ladies' department, and'tbe north  store to gent's furnishings.  The diessninking parlors have been  removed from the unper to the lower  lloor behind tbe ladies' department,  and waiting' room, fitting room, and  woik rooms are pro\ided.  Early next week Mr. George will  open up in the ladies' department a  very large range of ladies' choice dress  goods, spring muslins, delaines, fancy  goods, and in the gents' department  full lines of clothing, hats, caps, and  furnishings.  COMMERCIAL  ���������    ,   FINANCIAL  B. C. inscribed  stock   has advanced  from'Sd} toSG:S7i.  We have received from the local  agents, the Revelstoke Insurance  Agency Limited, the annual report of  the Ij C.Permanent Loan and Savings  Co. This financial company has com  pletcd a most successful year. The  company increased its assets during  the year by a third of a million dollars,  tlie increase heinu .f'Jli.OOO for interest  and $-2!)r).000 in repayment of principal. In three years the assets of the  company have grown from $)'),7:*>:} to  $ I,-100,000. J n view of iis prosperity  the company took the extraordinarily  generous course of reducing the interest on outstanding loans by a hull* per  cent.  INSURANCE.  We acknowledge icceipt of the  second annual report of the Sovcrign  Life, in which a good many Uevelstoke  people are shareholders. The assurances issued during the year amounted  to $080,82:). and the amouiitoiitstand-  ing is ,1il.2S2,022la'nctgain of.l'f* i'-,:-*-.*:!  over previous year. The funds arc invested to yield over 3 per cent. The  report says: ''The .-uoeessful establishment of the Sovereign Life comprises  a record which is unique in the  annals of Canadian Life Assurance.  The Revelstoke Insurance Agency  have secured a crack policy which  should take well. It is a sickness  assurance guaranteeing to the assured  ������������������f'in a week when incapacitated hy  sickness.  BANKING.  The Hank of British North America  declared dividend of I-i per cent, for  half year, transferring $100,000 to reserve and $50,000 to bank premises  account,  A HARD TRIP  Man Frozen  140, Miles-North  ' of Laggan'.  On Monday two men', arrived nt  haggan, o'nc <"f whom had ' his 'feet  frozen' 1-10 miles, north (if Laggan,  where'tbeyrhad boon trapping. Their  cabin had, caught lire and their ammunition and supplies were''all destroyed. Tho nearest camp was forty  mile-and lhey made for that lo ird  help, when one hail,his feet,fro/.en and  had to be biought out for n medical  aid. It must have been an,awful trip  covering that M0 miles o'ver llio deep  snow and in bitterly cold weather.  The injured man whk s'ont to I In nil' for  treatment. ' ��������� /  GOLDDISCOVERY  Rich Strike on the; Clearwater  '   in Cassiar District.  Three men who have reached the  coast " from -, Cassiar 'report' having  struck it rich on the Clearwater, a  tributiuy of the Stikine, having taken  out 102 o/.s. gold. The men claim the  {���������round will yield !|i.r>0 per man pei day  foi" years to come.   i     ;    , ���������.,  ..' .DRIFTS.  , A,20,000-lb. electric Jmotor i.s being  set up as'the lYickcl I'hitc mine.'  C. A. .McLeod of Nelson has bonded  the Mountain Con. for $()7,500.  Mining is booming in Soutli Kootenay and Boundary. 4 Denver-people  are,negotiating for the Blue Bell mine  at Ainsworth, and the_Scattle mine at  Grand Folks has been' bonded to the  Montreal -and Boston for % 125,00,0.  New Voik people aie buying the Mo-  Kinlcy mine at Franklin.   ,     ,   "  __CJ?U*RCHES7T  v  St. J'l'-ruii'.s.���������Quineuagcsima Sunday, March 5th. Holy Communion lit  Sand 11 a.m.  .livening .service 7-.'10  In tlie evening, Mr. J**. \V. Thomor,  travelling secretary of "TheiLirothor-  hood of St. Andrew's" in tho Dominion  of Canada,will, in view of establishing a  Chapter of the Brotherhood ' in Revelstoke, in connection with St. I'etcr's  Church, deliver an addns-'sappropria.c  to tho Brotherhood and also duty and  ie.ipqn.sibilily of young mon.-^A good  attendance nf interested men invited..  1'i;i:si:vti;uian.���������Sunday,March .">lh.  .Morning - subject: .'��������� Living 'Water.-.''  'levelling: " The Rower.of the Cross."  Bible class and' Sabbath school 2-:i0  p.m. "    " .-  Mutiiodist.���������At the morning, service the Pastor will give an addjess to  Sunday school scholars. Subject, for  evening service: "A shrewd real eslate  dealer versus a wise business man."  Tho beautiful sacred 'song "Cast thy  burden on the Loid," will he sung as a  quartet by Mesdamcs Lawrence and  Dent and Messrs. Barber and Lawicnoe.  Tho l*'p\\oilli League will t.iku  charge ol the Wednesday evening  service instead of tbe Monday evening,  as the "Columbian Ladies Trio" give  an entertainment "Monday.  HAROLD NELSON'S RETURN.  "Paul Kauv.ir." Mr. Harold Nelson's  latest play, in which he is soon to appear hero, is one of the greatest -of  tragic and lomanlic dramas. It toils  a thrilling story, dealing with stirring  episodes of the Ficnch revolution���������the  dark days of the Ilcign of Terror. Mr.  Nelson finds in tlie title role a part  peculiarly suited to his personality  and artistic taste. He gives a most  impressive portrayal of the revolutionary patriot. His manager) Mr. C. I\  Walker, has given his star a supporting company stronger than he ever  bad, while in the important matters  of scenery and costuming -no expense  has been spared. An unusually good  performance may be expected. "Paul  Kauvar" will be seen here on Tuesday,  March M.  Rheumatic  Pains  Quickly  lieved.  Re-  The excruciating pains characteristic of rlieuni"tism and sciatica are  quickly relieved by applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Tiie great pain  relieving power of the liniment, has  been the surprise and delight of thousands of HiifVcrers. The quick relief  from pain which it all'ouls is alone  worth many times its cost. For sale  by all druggists.  BABY'S   OWN  SOAP  prevents  skin and chapping-.  Best for toilet and nursery use. 03s  ALBERT TOILET SOAP CO., Mfr������. MONTREAL,  BUHHKaBRR  CONVENTION  April  Of Teachers at .Revelstoke on  25, 26, and 27.     ,  i  Uevelstoke is the city par excellence  of conventions, its contial pn-.ition  making it a splendid meeting giound.  Tlio executive "of the Provincial Teachers'Institute .has'drafted a program  for the annual meeting which will be  held in the armory in thjs cily on  April 2.rv.'UJ, and 27.    o      '  Mr. Wilson reported corrospnndenro  in connection with the preparation nf  the program. ��������� The draft contains provision for a, three days' program.  W. Burns; principal of the normal  school, will deliver two addresses, on  ������������������The Rural School," and ��������� "Literature  for High School Knlranco," the latter  dealing'with the prescribed poem,'The  Lay of the Last,Minstrel."  .1. I). Buchanan of the normal school  stall'will'speak'on MoLellan & ,Ames'  arithmetic, wiLh special rofeieneo 'to  Lhe work of the junior and intermediate grades, and give a model lesson,  illustrative of the use of Sykes' Composition.'     ,' '  D. Blair, also of tho normal school,  will give two lectures on drawing;, the  second to be'on geometrical drawing,,  and II. A. Punned will "assist. Mr  Duni-.cll will-also give an'address on  ���������'Colorblind,Line and,Brush Drawing."  Pr. I lay, author of a history text  b.iok, a botanist of note, and .editor ,of  the Educational -Journal of the maritime provinces,, i will be , the chief  speaker of the convention. Ihi will  spc.ik on history and nature 'study,  and deliver an address on "The'Poacher's, Opportunity." The last will be  given at an evening session iit,^which  addresses will also be given liy''Hon.  F. J. Fulton, minister of education,  and A. Ilobinson, superintendent of  education.       '   '  Pr. C. .1. Pagan, secretary of the  provincial board of health, will speak  on school hygiene. ,t, ' ,,'  A special high school session will bo  held'.. 'The program will consist of  three papers: First Steps in Geometry,  by C.'-McLoan Fraser, Nelson ; Literature in the High School, by A. Ferry,  Kaniloops-.and 'Latin as an Aid ,in  Teaching! 'English,, by C. 11. Sissons,  Kevelstoke.    , '' ,    '  Tho question drawer will be a������moie  I rominent feature than at any form'er  convention". <   -  A committee will prepare questions  to cover all branches of ischool 'work,  school law and lobulations, and evcry-  tbingof special" interest" to" the 'profession. The questions will'bo answered by tho members, of the normal  school statV., "���������"   ,  The tcacliers and citizens of Revelstoke will be the hosts at a reception  lo visiting teachers the evening ' of  April 25th. The public 'meeting  which the minister and superintendent of education will speak will be  held Wednesday evening, Apiil 2(ith.  The first event on the program will  be the president's address, which will  deal with *!The Teaching of Morality  in Secular Schools.", '       '    .  CITY COUNCIL.  Electric Lighting  Plant to be  . Improved���������$15,000 of Debentures to be Issued.  llcgular meeting last night. Present: The Mayor; Aid. Field, Lewis,  McLeod, Foote, McCurtcr.  Canadian General Electric Co olVer-  ing new generator for $3,000.  Rossland,' Greenwood, 'Casio, and  other cities endorsing city's, protest  against new school act.  Attorney-General, stating present  lockup at Kevelstoke was sullioicnt for  provincial purposes.  The lire, water and light committee  put in estimates for adding another  generator and equipment to the electric light plant, the estimates being  $11,000.  Aid. McCarter asked whether the  present Ilume would suffice, for if not  it would be bettor to raise more  money,'put in a new flume, and make  a thoroughly good and permanent job  of it when they were at it.    ���������  Aid. Lewis urged that as the lighting plant had to be fixed up it should  be done at once. lie suggested raising  $15,000 hy debentures to elVect the  necessary improvements.  It was resolved to take steps to have  a bylaw put through to provide $15,-  000 for tlio purpose.  Aid. MoCartor's suggestion to gel  estimates for putting h stone foundation under the city hall, so that it  could be used as a lock-up for city  prisoners, was adopted.  1  Big  Perfume  Department  Wc make a big thing of our Perfume Department. Wo have well  selected lines of the best ancl  most popular perfumes. A groat  variety of odors. All prices.  Stocks always complete.  Walter Bews, Phm.  Druggist anil Stationer.  Next, Humo's Block.  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TAKE NO OTHER8.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������� i  J. BOURNE  niv.MON'151") TO  First St: West,   - ,Fretz Block;  ,.20 per.'cent Discount %?%������&���������������������'<  chases of   I-Joi>ls"\'ind   Shoes, Rubbers, Hais and,.Caps.-  'Overfills, Mackinaw's, Ready-made Clothing-", Men's Fur-,  iiisliino.s, etc.,also on woman's, boy's and children's Boots ^  and Rubbers.'  New'lines'just in stock.;        ,   '' ,. \ , ','  1������&W "True- Blue,"'  1   T   -. "When a man's true blue,,;  V.-he^s.' tried and true."   Anf,old-  , "sorig of the sea.   A -" Jacky" ���������  /   who is "true blue'' has,proved  his loyalty and friendship-,' "  .^....a,. s iFitrReform .. .Clothes    a.re..  ������ .TRUE' BLUE.    They are hon-'  ', -est, -all   the ��������� way;   through.- ;  ; They stand - every test of fine.'  ���������'tailoring!     They   prove  their  honest .quality  by" wear-and .  service.  c Suits,   -   -   $12 up  '    ' Trousers,  $3.50 up "'���������_ '  afr  J. Q. Macdonald, Revelstoke. '  HOMES   FURNISHED   ON   MONTHLY  PAYMENTS.  Another Carload of Furniture just arrived.    Carpets, Linoleums.  Oilcloths, etc.    Sewing Machines, ireintzman Pianos.  R. HOWSON & CO., FURNITURE DEALERS AND EMBALMERS.  The Revelstoke  Restaurant  .MRS. II. J.  IIANUUUY. MiinaKi'i-css.  is  now upon for Inipiness.  First-Class Table Private Dining Boxes  l.aijje DiiiiiiKrooin fl"' Kan'ini'l--. Supper5, i'1-r-  Furnished Rooms To Let  FIRST STKKKT. RKVK1.STOKE.  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  Oniiitiil Autlmrizo-J, SUul.tt'O.   C.iiiiUl P.iiil Up. $3 l������*u(������.    Ko-,1, $3,C"J,<XX).  Head Oflice, Tokonto, O.vtakio.  Hrnncho- in tho Xi.rthwo-t Torrifrie-. Manitoba. Onlnrio .mil ������������eboc-  Ami   tl'O follow-in.1 ,-i.iuts ic,   Br.t.-I.   Columbi.i:    I mubriwl. Golneu,  Nelson, Koiolsloke. Trotit Lake, \ .uictiuior mill ^ icton.i.  T. K MEK|.,Tr]'A1v^J2[������ut:G0..eraI Manaicer.    W. Mokfa r, Chief Inspector.  Revelstoke Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  S.ivin-;*- Dopartmonv���������Doix.sits Received aad Intorost Allonod.  Draff sold available in all iiart? of f'auada, United State* and Europe.  Spocial nttontion ci-.en to colloctioos. A. E. Phipps, Managor.  ���������'#. ���������W&  W^mMrrMmmMmMM  n'i"5r  yyysy-^y:^^.9^^-^yyy.yi'.  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Il'i-p.**!'' ���������Mi !������������������;��������� 'ffi?W-'^.~'������;&i>qi'i)tfiyi'fiff  WIT  AREG liAlMOiiSijSArj^N DAA  ;:if-/v'An'i 'attemptvis;Sbeihgi;imadb;;i,;tp  tf;raise,ii,i'a;Agre^  ;Aeducatipp;clahse;::in ;tbe;i'atitonoihy  A;*-brllfi foViAilbp ANprtliiyest A^prpyiding  ^Afqr:separatb;isclibolsv>u  ATOSt:hia!������;"hadi;separate:!;;schpoi^  Aa;loiig:'ahd:itbe/gpyernmeht;prbppses  -; thai tA sy s teni .;;sliai 1;; rem ai 11A' s 11 bj ec t  : i'toiahpitermsv-of Atbe vBritisbi;-Nortli  .iv'America::i^ctiA;;.IJnder.i;tbat ;actv it;  A; was'held lhei province, of;; Manitoba  iv-Hja*cl-:ia'L;right 't6".:legislatei*iifo"r,--'*'educ:i-^.  A tion^iiand itlieAnewAi proviiices Aivill  Ainheritijiwhatever  powier'.tliat act  ;:conferSjispiiHat:itheAne\yA provinces  v'vrnfiyi' bp itrustpd :itoiigovern <ilieir  '.iaffairs tbitlieii bwn^ati^faction. :  ia iThpi'Farmers,' Adyppate of ,Win-.  hipegistatestbat '"lhei; weakness, or  the lumber''industry is il'up "to ���������tbe.  i"iise'.bi out oi date inacliiiiery  and  iPelho(ls,!!.(;and "adds  "'tlie  future  looks dark for any govern men t in  *. Cahada   who. williy by ;; putting  a  Adiity" on !uiiibo.r,ideliberateIyi binder the,-growth of agricultureipn,.the  prairie,  and (Mitirely ^.provo'.it . t j tri.  .���������;building of home.*--suitable to house  'the finest specitneris of the   liiiinaii  race on,the continent."   Tbisis the  sort,ioi   rubbish   lyith   which'.' the  prairie press regales its: readers regarding the. lumber industry.    We  venture to say that   for  their .size  the lumber hn'ils oi  this  province  are .as a rule nowhere surpassed for  up-to-date machinery anil methods;  AA-Al ���������ilie;in ee ting"oftlic;? Associated  Boardsibf;iTr(id(Aji3:;iiQ?Q  ;Bbiinpr'sAiFc:ri-y,Aa:ppealpdAfpi-A^  port toiA;^rni;;thpiAJvoptcnaiy Arivbr  into the;Columbia^b;as tbi,rcclaiiii  iO,000;;aicresiof ;lahd AsbuiihAipf-Athei  bbuiidai;3'A;A;'J;hat Ai^AiillA ycryAwell  fpr^,tlie;farmersi in tlibiiStatesyiiibut  whatiabbiit iiliose liio.lcliiig"ilandi;.ioii  :thp;:CbliimbmA?;:Thei:Kbbtehay;'isAaiy  riyeripfApphsidbrivbleA si zbii>y here .Ait.  can be turnedi-intioAheAGblumbia  rind AyoiilcriiicrPasei theifloivi pf:*;thpi  Cblu;mbiaiii'bigh;\yater; l6;-sucli :ia  idaiigeronsi extientiis tb';flood iriiany  of -'the,: small ;farhisA betweenA M'indTi  iermei-piPhdvGbWenA  .iaisb'iraisei.ithe;;tipper ArrowAlakei ;so  as; ;to":':hqocli*;tlip'*"iarids Aati^hiall'*^  Landing,^; G;iJehaA:Bay,A And iiotlieri  po.intsi;tp-'a-iiiiichivvorse'extent thah  .-'at-.present.^^''Gaiiad.ian;-settlers who  Avbuldbp affectedvby*:the'proposbfl  iwbrk; are;aiigbpdideai; mpi-p eiititied  to;:cohsiderationAithahii. tlibseiiiiviiig;  in. American A' territory. A'W'iiat i is  wanted A is:' itliatA the   Arrow i lake;  should be; lowered'"in);-.higli" Aw'ater',  as'this would- make  a, ".great" deal  more land about .Arrowhead 'availablefor. settlement.   .iMi-i iMcEvoyi*  fornibrly of the geological  survey,  and-.-'who' is -thoroughly' acquainted  with.his subject,  reiionimen'ds ;that  the outlet.of" the Kooteiiay river.-hei  widened aiiii deepened, ,iii il  if   this  t'.'ih'hedone oil tiie Kootenay river  it ciin  hi; ilonei on   tiie  (iiiiliitiibia.'  This is a work into the feasiibilily  iif wliich the Dominion governinenii  .-botild make tlie. fullest iiiqitiry.  i to w ii i-d sf t lib AApbh s t Vnet ipti^ofsalie;  ;G ranclf ly*ijiikjPitpi jipAbyiAilliei riii;iciii'ffi  itriliutibhTtlirbiiigh.AthbAfwibiiilSgiivir;  .er.himeiitir;ii.n<l;.^  ;ii ii ptliei'Ap ol 1 aiAmfl&i^  PPrpjbf A] a hici'JggAY; hii Mi si:5iripi-p;ii;i Jug  Graind;jTruiik'-:lj-i^  S lit rtSitithprl'aciiic' eii d '.iy i tliSreasibiiT;  alii lbiipj-bm pititiucl p^iiin'dAifvDipjygcImiK  ;tbp;;iiepf'ilbiiwil jji^  ;re:ispiisivliy^A^I'lip|;dayp|i^  Iju I Iclpziiigiai-eiibybr^  31 rtiihlcwil y haiyeAtiJp^T-'gii r ny AvwiAiJi^sii:  iuiidei^kiihgispi'f aiJa^itbisAjii-oy i iicc  ;[S;;pbinpbriied;;ii)r;iiiiakbii^  'crs ��������� A; ii ii d J11 i p Apop p 1 oiAp f Ai 1 i r i li s= li'^; QP^  ;li;mbia:A'\\'iillg^  'gpycr-iimpii^  iiin'vAsij.iel-i^J'IW'd.i-i^;^  m  Wh er e^ia ACay e iA Ex i sts^ Vis it e d  % a by-Rail wayA^  '*;Scvorai Hinidrcil-yiVtiUVvriorth of X6}  7"������h'ccl.-.ba$i^  cavoNOtr tlip;tiiO!itvtnin"sitifi:r-,v-liicli;; has  .been,v'vis^.oicl;;*.'vl-|y.V.:;i*rjC  jjyons,:.;j: ^Ibrnt'on, juiiL^iui-Arailivny'  hid;r,;.-;?;'rhis^^^  ���������I.diij;.and is'of .QprisitieraHlc.:d"ept1>.'���������'���������'������������������.-.'Tl  Synbpsis'of Kbgulations !for Disposiiif*; o)  .';.J;')Mihorais oil"Dominion JLancls in Marii-.  jKiv/tobii; itlioSNbrtliwicst'i: Tcrritorics^aiul  i^^iiio'iyipcbnjiTdi'ritdry,  ...i:';Coai.���������Coai;iiiiiiia.niay .Ije'purcliaseiliat.  ^IliiierTacre ToriabftftioalV.aiuK^O^roriiiii-:.  ;thracitb.:"rN6t\.;nidre'('tliriii?320;?aci;ei*?:caiiJ  ::i'!.-;*aci|iiii'fedfcbj^iOiie:;'iiiUiviiluai;joriiCoin-:  !:(iahyiJyRoyalty.?iititlie';ii*ale 6r;<tenacdiita;  fper .tonlor ^iOOOniouiidasli.allrbei'colleeleil;  yn'.iyi\gjsr6ssyiut\iui:^yyy>.yj:&yy������:iy:yy:y  i'ijQiiai-tzi-i-Persons-of J.eiifliteeii; yen rs-anil;  i^ciivand ;:3biiitf stock Keoiiipaiiiea-iraoldins;  -j .'i.-eeVniinerls'.eei'tiflcates ���������hiay-bbtain.eiitry  .'.iAjr'ja'L'rriliilhBVloctitlbn;'*:.?,'!?.^^'^  -|:;:?A;?fi'ee.ihirier's"cei'tifloate?is'gi*aritedvi:or:;  :i'Mi!Vbi-*riibre'yeai'!-,; :n6tLbxcoe'dinB'::iHve;j.uprs  S,'ii::;pa:yraeht::.irisadvaiieevor/$7.������0::p^  ^lUiinKror.vanEindividualtyjandafroniilfMv.to;  rli(iO!.per;annuni:H'or;a;'co'ini)aiiy,':;.accordiiig.  :^iiJca^ivdjr}yjji::yi:.:^/iJ::i:irjiyj:y.;.iiX:y:  jqUACfree.miner;having discbvered'minei-ai:  .wftplace,:;may;ibcate?a":elaiiri;15Wxi500rreet;:  ���������,'0>;:iinai'kiiigiout';the'-.same,'.witir;two^egal  TpbBts,5:,heariiigSlbcatibii3nbtices;jSbn'eV:at:  ^achicndi^ii'stlie'Jiiie^xffitlibvlb^e^bri'yeinf;  feTheselainiSsliallcbevi-ecbi-ded^y-itliiiiiflt:^  VJeeindaysvirflbeateU^SvithiiHten'SSilea ''ot'i'tc  ijiiliiingry^cpi-dei^sj^lllcie.Wpii^Sgy  :>Iiiy;.;;alibwi?d������������:?l'or:Kevni;y ;>;additiSiial;i;ten'  j'lnlles'ibr.ifractioiiKT.Tlie;^  .���������>t'rclairii'. ls;;!B:'.3B*ii*''',S;S3Sv*  ';'":'At;.lbast-!J100.;iniist,-be;expenaed:ion::tlie:  S;;iairn'.eaehsyeaivbr:paid>tb*:ine;'miningi;rb-i  obrderinlieu'tliiireof. When $500 lias been  ;experidedvbi-Jpaid.'y: the; locator  ^'layihgia.surveyiniadefiaiid.iipbii'iebiriply:"  iiii irSsWi thj o tliei; J requireii'-ents;5 ;������purcliase  i;*,he Uaiid :at; $i:00':ah: acre.;i:.iu Aiiy?^  Jil'ermissioiiiniay; be.:gi-anted.;bi',:the .Mlh.-:  lister'.', o������" the;; interior!/ to^'locat^gclaims  'ojiitaiiiihg "ii-bri; and rriiica\'ralsa;'':;: pper,fin?  *Uib'..Yukon ;Territbry/vbf .tin .jaretr not :,ex-|:  sieeding*. ;l(iO;. aeres^-~:, ii/:- *:*'i*������-r*;::'.*.v::.:" yy*j:<  ^"Yrhe^. paten t:.:tori;a;imihing;?Iricatl;*;nr'sliall'  'pi'oviaei'britlib.iiayiiieiilj',;^^  .,cent"; oi;the .sales"ol" the pr'otliiulsIol'Uu'! io'cul,ioii'::  .:;~:i'lacer?Minirig,;;Manitoba:arid-:l:lie-N:>V,'r  :! y::i excepting .������������������the '.ft* iTukon yi i'erri tory:���������:  fil'lacerSihihingj.claims :':gerierally}:;arb.::100:  j;-;eett;':sciuare;:i;,eiitryM.ree,:y$5,y: renewable;  ?jJcarIy;;;:!-iOn:r;theffNofths;:'vSaskatclie\vah:  iikiver.blalme iifbi-.-either. bar;or::benchi;:tli'e;.  fitbrmerj;beingUUO"reetnbiigcaii(i;;exteiidihg;s  f[6biweehu''hiBh-;''an'dVlbwV*water.-.iriark*'/*S'.Tlie''-  J.;iaiter;Unolude3tbar:rCligsinKS,sbut;;ex tends  -: ouckjto; the ;base;bfithe������liill*or.. bank, ;:btil>  /n^^texceeiUhgil.OOOJireet^-VVhere'isteain:  ; sin weriis; used, jelaims; 200.'-������eet:j:-w lit; ������������������ may;  fbbS6btairied3:;;S':i|^;V:Hi;:������S|?^fi������T'^  cS'SDredging'Jihf'tlieVriversCbfiJMaii.tiiba'  j-xiiil'.; the 3 N^iW.'iT^iiexeep tiiigSthe ;;;X5 ikon  si'erritory:=Av f i-ee;'mihei*-:rmay;:"obtaintonly i  ii>*bhleases::o������Tflve;;hiiles**e-ieh::forva���������terin  Bv/::iwenty,"years;.h*eiiewabl6:t!n:the*'diserer  iUonsbfpt!*iei|iiinisterfrO������ithesInterior.;si������E  :i;i'he lessee's riglit:is'cbniinedtb'it'ie sub-  inerged'.beds ..or; bars ;;b������ ^thei'TiVci-i; below;  -low waterTmark.and subject;to the rights  ?or.'alljpei-s6ris.'*;who"*have;.'briwiio'.,'inaiyrbf  ieive^eiih'ies-roi-:bar?diggings  pr,.:bench  :'elaims,; ..except :';'oii;: .:the;i:;;Saskatchewan"  Hlver, "where,'.the"lessee;:niay: dredge'ito:  "high water :iiark; oh each alternate: lease-:  'iin)ld.iJ:i:''if';y '���������:..;::-;:":;;:;���������';'.'-\J".J';y'-:':<;-:'-.fiJ'y:'s;:JJ  .5The 'lessee, shall ;have'a";dredge iri',6peri".  ..AtionVwithin one^season'-"from-tho'-'datelot''  the lease: for eaeli.iivprhiles.i-but;where:  "UXpersbiifor.cbnipany'.:has;.:dbtaineu" ihore  tlian.; one' 'lease . one, d red ife for: each" iif.-.  teen'.miles ; or,;.fraction ...is ;,:su'.tlbieiit.;  Kental, ;$10 per anriurii;for each5,-.aile^oi;  river, leased. ���������-.���������Hoyalty, at the rate .'.of, two  iiniJa hal������:per-cerit.:colle<cteil''6h''.t"ae'.'0ut-..  :;>ut:a.fter..it::escedds.$10,000i' ..;.;,.-.-'\:,;i;.;: ;::;:  . Dredging ;in::the-fiTukori;..''J.erritory.���������Six  ; teases.of.;live miles each: iiiiiy be granted.  - to .a: free: mirier.'; for ..'a'".term ;of ::twehtiv  jyeiirsralsb renewable.":: ">���������;':':::,:y'":yy..y.,^  :.'?The, iessee;siright.iis.. conflned-toithe;  submerged; bed or :*bai*s. in-the riveri.be--  low.:;low: water; mark,' .that .boundary .to:  be fixed, by*, i ts position on j the. 1st day. ot;  ���������Aujgust in;; the,; year,:of i the: date of,tlie  :lease." te :,-������������������';i?"*'-;;i:v-.';..v.::,������;i'::; ..'���������'���������.*.' .;������������������;-?,-'' :..:.���������';���������''"v.:^.  The"lessee.shall have one dredge".iri op^,  SSoiiOKIS HEREIlV-;GIVKN':iliiit;:tlVidy,i5i;^i  ���������JL\ ; days nfler. dale; Iriiiteml; l.o'auply li.* llio;',;. : ;  Cliiuf C'oiiiiiiiti.iioiier ot Lanili*,'iliill,WoVKs for,!���������.'������������������;,'���������.''��������� .���������;;  Tspeiiiiil licbn so to ciitaiid'carry.a way ;;inilieiv;;.;:;.;  froiii'.1 he;,follin'.*iiiK';'ilc'Kuribi!il -*hinds. in.,;\ybst; ,.;!*;,.;!  :iCbol,chayilisl,rii;'t:���������'.':::;';:;i,;yyWs-.-K--''y'']':.\'.:,- i:y>::':iy  ;��������� (IiHiiiiieiicing:!!!,;!! iii)Ht,:ii'iarkeil ..",'G; AlirallaiiV-;;.'.:/;;;  "son's iroHh-b'as'l.'iibi'n'or '|i'OHl,-";i>l:ii;ib'cl two ihiiiw *;:;,':'';,',;  !bucl,-'ol' the Ainbrican; Symlicatii iiniil*; on Soda ' ..;  X'li'eiilv^lliKileiKii.tlibrici.'-wbsl, Sll ciiaiiis,*l,lloni;e ;-. :i  iioi*l,li;,S(i.cliaiiis,:t,hbiii:(i::eii*.-L-'|S(l 0'hiiii)s,'l,<i.li,ciibu..,:.:?,:���������;  sun tl j .SO chili lis lb iiiaboorcoiimieiicunioiil,. 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'iluys- afliiir dale; I intoiiil, to itiiply I ii' the:.', v.1.",:  (y|i,iur.:b\iiiiiiiiKKibiibil,bf..J'i.iiiilR'''ai.d''\Vrot'ks...fui'.ii;;l/'),-;.ji'..'  spreial  licunse1 lo bill.anit carry; aw*iiy;:,t.iliihi'r'?.,::  :l'i-oi|i,.:the; foi lowing iIuKcriljgil-. lii.i<ls,;iij;'.\VeHl ;..;'*';'  ;Kooluiiiiy:11istrict.;:��������� .,;;:;���������':?-::; ;.'V....:,;);.:.���������; J%i-vvv',:;:..',:.-;*;  ..:;': ('oiiiinencingViil.:;, post,;: marked JVC, A hniiiain-:,:;..,:.;;:;::  son's; nin'l.lrt'ast.'cbriiei* |ibst'','plaiiU'il,' fbiir.iiiles' :">;,:";:  ���������.Imclfof: tl.d'.'Aiiii'ii'icirii @3-.ii<IiciiL'u':Jiiiiits*oii".MbclfVc'^ij*'1:-.;'  ;Ci'e(;k-; liig;iiii'ii(l,'t.libiiee'siiiitili. 1(1,cliaiiit''i"t.li'bii'<su''*.';:.-���������!:'^  ���������.\yosk:l(i(r.'eli!tfiiH.*1.t*hfcii^  ��������� o'ii'st 1110 chains to place of boniinohcbihonl.-': ;?:'.!-.;;& ,i  :*W3iite'rt,'l<'6b.Vnii^-I!IIW.-.'1.ti''''.,.������';w'.K^  iAAsAAAiiAi*-^  ^biMf^iSi i ki i io]?Wi5Tyl^  Hiji'ii:;'ilii.v,sat'Lijf,<lat.o..I; riiioiui:t.o aiiply..;.'l.'o-tli-uiSivliii;  (Jhiuf (,'oiiiinissionoi* bf; Lands iinil '.iVorlis.fni'jt;.;'S;;:';.;  'Hpcbi.iI:'licoiiK6vlo..'ciit'ati<I.-'.i'vii'riiy'i|ii\viiyL 'tl!iilidfi'--**i'i.i'*'t,j  .from;,;i,lii)"foliowiiS'g;ilbscribbil -laiiils/iii'.:West,'Sffyit  'lCo6luimy:iliisllriuL~'^lO!.CSiiii>Jji''iifi\!^ '  S,.V;.C'phiiitciicItiij:;-������il.:'h.!iMVst������-'iimi:lf(Kl*.;At: S.i'-^-'r.^.'Ktl-yi::';:?,*!  wards',iio'rl.h-eas I,'! ooriibr; iio.sL",; pin ii ted ;. 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Ibiig:\\'itJi;tlip;tiiiie53:!ui(l;r;ifil.o  ;poi'?(ilil;sti)i*c.Ai\Ve'i!U'P;iin^  !|Ai:������^[ipA^Mf������|iiluK!|a  jJlilstiii iat&si:si\i;ii;on i^ri iisin i Uim  !i&A?iA������<biuiiv^^^  ?:,pS?3s:;Stb\les':'atiiUOiidlvii)SjJiiL]iKe^  ...    ..,,.   ,���������      ...       ���������.-.,'ay;!t.iniliei*',-���������,r -.,  lroiiistlioi:folIowMiKSdcScril)bd������liuidsVin^\^st~#;'J  tlvooleniiy,ilisl.i*ict.:-^:'{i,.:::,:;;;.: <^i>x������&^Ai:My!i.i;J.-rc4yi:y  y:iP'oiiiiribiiuiiig:ak-a"'i)bsi,iiiiiVlce(l'y'^  :spi.i.K:npill.li.-easl.?cbiiiieii;iio'sl"������i.la'iitba'!;Vil,'^Soilii^  ,p!'eelf;il>iB.liciiil^l.lieiii;c;;\vcsl,;ijU,cliaiiis^tliciicc-J:sfi;s^  ;w!������J..i,^),:cliaiii8;"itliCN(!()'foii-aU.'!i(lj-bliiiiiiSALhoii^^  in.pill,h;.fWoli<uiiH'.l;b';jiliuiu*dficbiiiii\eii'ceni'biil.W#..S  .:KIJal,i;iri''olv7(.ll^MIII.V^:U4A::;f:*:'5?:SV^**'V.::::i::,p^  ^TCFP-i; -f*^'3 i^J' o .-oi >5%iSi'^i^;ii iTrrtir^i-Ai i iiys'?a rfei^3������5^*i'Mr;?A;  ���������a*>.*;'*;diito,-:l..*iiiloiiil^^^  t,liibl;*f;i)iiiiiiissiiiiioi*3iirvi-Iiiiiil# . aiicl *:;\ViirlisS:Sv:-~R:Wj)'  ri.rr;=ii:;;-sppoi.il|-licoiiso;.'.:l:iiieut'-'.i,iiiV:ciVrfy.^  ���������t.,!!1.1,0!s'.r/',"n .Iho'l'i'Ilbwingi'dbscribcd 'iliui'ds'lii AftSJisv. ������";  West ^llbtoiiii}^:Distriet':'^'"'^"*3���������;���������;0'������������������:���������,���������:���������������;:-\���������^������������������,;.v���������,���������^l;^lii^  :BG!oiiiiiibii'bitiK/ii'l,i'ii'~|)oa'i;*rrn'iu^^  ;ivW-,1*i;s.01,,tl'';wos(i:;obriier.;iiosl,'^i'ui'a-'pl^  &pdapjruok,fliig;;JJenil;alhorico:v easts -KI cliaihs;������;;SSWKSSvi  itli'ctice.'iibrtli UK)blia;ins,';t,libric������������������"iwi.'st'liriiliiiifis;-'':������;?i'?v:',iR������  ;llu;nbi!;soiil,l|.llip bliaihs;toKplacb'bf;c6iniiibnce-^������'7i:i;:"?r*:;>iA.  ,incni..:;~..Di.;;s:"o~.:.'*p;::v:v������?..'='&. ^���������Ak^y.i-i-i^rA-'v.^i'j-y^"^..;,;- j;?;;i  '���������i-JJiitbil'Ji'eltfitlfj'ilKW^  j.);;$;:M;:g^^ff^,ff^ ygm^  ';ArvTAQ'l-,:t '-'^ A i s All <i i^ljy S ������i vol i ^ li .'a t'.A 30 KV v 1 jiys'^'S-A'A-^ 'S A iAj^'.'WvVssi^gf ^'I'A'-i:  'JiM:?-viirt.or..dutoH''Nilbiid:io';iiiirt  '������l������V������i-*''"='���������'''���������llor-^Cf''>"'issiiit'ior_-,.6r^.l^itrids*>;riiicl--^-f-'''*J     " **"' "  ^VorkSifiir'iii-siiecialiliebrisoitofciitviiiKl'carryiSs  .soutli; 111(1 chains,;: l:hi;iice.wbst::.l(I'bliiuns/l,lieiii;b���������  JnorUiIliOohainsHo'liliiuu br cbiiiiiiciic  'J':,v..lJated;l!'ob.'.7lli,=:'.1!)U,V*i-;V:&:^'jV:0.;^  '/y/ysy/y //.y%:W/^:p/KV)WA n ns?l '"/  i-^:^:  |g|Al:A|gPasMon^  iA;A;:|iA|i;iiGpodA;A^  iAi:^|AA:iiiAAA;;iAS;i;g^  Fit:  'i'NextS:''A::-'A  irpwsoN A&yqi  is vprv:wpf1' iricl'',vliii(i������i'vf'rii"-i7i(.riint<biof .the:;iease,.; and; one .dredge.: fpr;,each  !?'       ,;    et.r'."���������,",   ;*"���������.-.".������������������ y*?������'}} ���������'yWVVf* deration..within;two; years, from; the';date  Have': been"nuide: So.' explore -it   bv.t lie) rtvc : iniles   within: six; years <-from . 'such  ini!:ipi;iilriiiitisiAi"'ifrii:li>isiA:prweH  'p'winK;v'to-i.,:t,bipi  ing overhead..   The^-oavrcis sratrrii "liy  British Coltiinbia has three tax  levying machines already and as  the ; McBride government thinks  ���������.that is not enough it is devising ;a  fourth, for tlie,new school bill provides that iri rural school districts  power is given/; to tlie respective  boards of trustees to assess personal  property and incomes and levy and  collect the. sums required for further payment of teachers' salaries  over and above the amount of government grant, and likewise any  sum required by the district for  current expenses.     The  bill  pro-  ���������,.*riH-;:.uj.Mi;i-:F������ jnixahtuy. .  After.careful study of the  question' we. declare  unhesitatingly   in  favor  of A the. proposed   t,-ii;iffA on  hiniber.    This section of the province is  largely  'dependent   on   the  lumbering   industry. :���������'.If   this   in-  .dtistry is prosperous,  business will  be   prosperous   and    employment  plentiful.      If the industry ia dull,  as it   lias'been   (luring   the   .past  season, this dullness is reflected in  business, and liiany arc out of employment.    The people of the city  and district have bad practical experience of  tbat   during   the   past  two   months,   and   the .'.North west  'I'errilories, where the principal opposition is shown to   the  proposed  tariff, have felt that too in  reduced  demand for the produce   on   which  tliey are   dependent.     The   main  argument has been   that  tlie   proposed tariff would raise  the   price  of lumber to the new settlerH   who  those'-'whoJinve:*sceii it'tio lie ii. pri-.ai.  iiat.tiral ciinosityAinti: is iratlif^ri:.5tino-  cessil'lp.aK ifcA i-= oi)tpr<icr hy criiivljiiA  through'; u-smalh'hqie.y-'Sy ;one;Aivhr>  hasvisitf-d .it. i lias'.; osi'ilofi'd ;ic'-jverv  .'thoroughly-.'.'., and'������������������:Uhiis' "on vei nil'ftrsA ;i  good opporUinity-'for investigalion\\>y.  soii\c' of onr en terprising .mop n taineore;.  ii'nri.:payp.-.liiin:'ers..i1..i-i.'Ai' greiiiArttsli,: ofi  water can he iienrd ilmyn in il,.-i,deptilis  and Hi/'.iinei'inny'.I'f'o'lingwliihh en airs  ovor an (>.vpii*!or. pnir.riii*.' it ' fi'-K the'  fir5*t.'...tiniet:, togriher with -thtr rlifrtnuli v:  ;year,.-andl'$10:per,:mile   for'C.each.subse.  "querit year." Royalty.'same.as!placer;.triiri-  ,:illg.";.:;"'.T ��������� ;:';;;;.;....;..;;;-f;.--c ;-;-;��������� .-;'-;���������-; ���������.-..������������������'i? - ;j~~Jry  .-.'Placer'.Mining?in 'the iTukon' Territory.;  .;A;;Creek,, river. ,gulcli.:and:hill'claims, shall  not exceed1 250 feet;in length,'measured  ori'Vthe: base line or. general, direction '.���������>'���������'  ..the; creek;or: gulch; the width,being 'f.-'.i.;,  : l,0iXi: to 2,000; feet. AJi.;other..iplacer:cJairnt  .*:h:.li..bo :250.rectsquare.:;:;.:.'.."';���������;;;:..'/ -A'A "  ,;:;C'lahiis,:are:marked' by two legal .posts,  ��������� one at each end,:,bearinif notices. Kntry;  must, bo obtained .within ten days, If.'the.  claim is "with I n :teri inlies.of miningn;  corder'3.. blllce... u One, extra1 day ...aliowt A  .for.'each, additiorial ten miles ;or .'fraoilv..''.!  ...The person .or company staking a claim  miiKt hold aiifree miner's certificate. -\  --.":,.'^ discoverer of a new mine is tri ti tied  u> a-claim of���������'���������J.OOu feet;In .length, arid if  Hi" party consists' of two,; 1.5H0, Icet alto  tifiighting. it,;.ph)hii,hlv. ..(lOi-ni.Mf a   fnj- j (,'ethniyon the putput. of whlcn noroyaltj  tllChiCtt  ��������� trouble, tn "xa mi tie i t, t o an y ex tent,"  thqf������ct;tfia������^o.rin.p*l^^  ;::.iA ;..;:;.:;S*:;vl;������;:AERAHAMSON;;BROS.,;PROPBIETORS?9:;;:Ag  iNewly/built; AiiiFirist-^lass aii5i3vier^^  atA;/a'A7'?;Aj::AA;a  i'v;::;i:iASv'3:/ii:'ARates:i$l;5b;perAPay^  .Qiieeri-Svi/Hdtel,;^  fKfQ'w <i io /is|;i i Fi'ik i i v| ci iiviicNAtiiiaPtiiiiiivisSfiiltA/5!*k?^S?'^I  !*^-'Vliy������;in;or;dal.o;i;-.inleriil:Clb?iippIy=tb' .|,lie'A'':i:A'v;-*:;AA;?$,i^Kl  pinel ;Ui)ntinissioiibi-..bf,l,iiii(ls:aiiil'\Voi,ks foi* iifc'AlsA?":Aft;AfJ.::;;������S|������  K|ieoiiiI:.Mico.is'u''l.broi.U'aiiil'*Tl!ii.'iiiy/ii\\iiiy^  ri*biiri,hc.;rbllbwinKSil6seril)cil.fliihas:fin'f\Vcst'!A:M  Kootoiiiiy,.*.l>iati'icL''S*;,f1^  ;|Connnuncirigftiit'?.iiApbsferiiiri*lfbii::fJ'-S;**'i'*  Kilwarils'*;soul,h-wosKcoi*hci-/i-ost,"Sai:-.loi-rtaii-^������*;?A;::i'^  Crcck;sIiig=K|lciid;������tliercb*sribrl,li5S|i!0;^'cliiiiiis; ... ,  iiliuiiui).\oiu,tJ0.chiiins,-';l,lioNi;b''.-soiUli2UWbhiiiiis.-iiSii^  ;t,Iicnbi*-wcst,,;-U(;chaiiisUii;^  ABa.l'b(i'il;'ik).:itii/iiiilE������:jAi^  fAAiAg;AA;AA:;;������;;.g;:;-:;:AA        ^-PfV^-l-��������� '������"4 /M  X\T P^'iCjisV t s.; 'lib rtibyj; kTvoi i ���������?. t"l. a Iv'SO: clu* yii'?ri Ho r r.i������  ;y_>Ailiil.o,'l. intend lb apply "lb lliiirilliiof^O'iiii-A;  inissiiiner- iir::;lj!iililK:.aiiil, Works, for asjiccial A  licbi.su In ciil;,anil carry ^awiiy l,iinl)or: rrimi f.lio- v  fnllDWiiiK; di)sci*iliii,cl; lands.in-West -Ivoolonay ''���������*  '(I istriel;:���������.:it'A'*i'--ft;;'Vi:iy~:':;-:".-:;'��������� v?--;-..-'';; ;A,'v.;������������������;,:YX:.  ������������������': (.lonniibiicing'iit'-'a. pbst-iii:ii*kcil;"G; /VbrahanAK  son's south-ciisl,;:corner,post,.:planted-nt''Soiliv::''���������  preck.'liiK.Uend.'l.lieiicbiiorl.lilliilcliiiins.l.lionce,.*  A\*est,:|(lcl.ains;a.libncbsinil,lrI(������):cli*iiiis,.Uibncb.:s::  .casl;-;,l(ruliiiiiiK..|.o':'|i>liicu-or.cuiii]iroiicuiiiui]ti;' '.'-.-������������������������������������'���������������������������^'.te  I'VDatod Kcb^ 71.11.; 1 !)f(/i.: *;. v;\* ;. S':'.'::A: '';>';:���������-A A.';*-;:  'j:::,,;,;;;;'::;;.;. :'.(;il^VI(LKS:AIll|AirAJtSON.;i.i::i,;  TVTOTKJK :iS;]IKlfEIiY;:Gi:vi*;NS't,hal^tliii*KAAhAA  dM . ilaysaftcr.dalo. lUntenil l.o'niako.'apiili- .--.;, ,. r  cation'to the I loii. OhiefConiiiiissioiiur ofLands:..';**; -AA;  riiid.AViii*ks;fnr;a speiiial:license:;to cut:iiiiil,:,.i ;{,::>���������;  carry,.iuvay,: l.iiriber* frbinyjiOtrollowing^dcST: A i: :A';:  crilicil hinds inAVcst ICoolcnayiilistrict:���������iA.Uii^.^C.i-^-S.  : .M.'oniiiiencingat'posl. inark-oil.'-'N. T. I'M wards'A' ���������'.'^'.y.-.'.j  soiitli-eiisi,corner post, "one iniileiwcst.of; tlio'." .::.'::::'  Ariibrican :Synilical,o,.liniits.;on .Ionian: Crook,A"'.. ������:���������,;;:  .IlitC Ucnil, Ihoncewcsl. 80 chains, 'tliencb north ���������.'���������'���������' A : : :-  SO.cliains j'l.hencecasI.:Sll chaiiis,. Uici.ee'soutli SO ' A ,:; *  chains to place of coniriiciicciiienU-A' i-. ..'^Ti.-;;.. :-:;,';  ������������������::J)aloii;i!,ob.J.lih,*:l!lO&:Av^^  ;:;*:;- .;-;:i.ft.;;. *;,;;:;;;:;;;;.,.:';: 1y.Ai;iN':,rIV KDWARD&A^AS'^A  :#  ��������� ��������� -'* it������  ordinary claims only.  Kiitry.fee. J10...; Hoyalty, at the: rate ot.  >.'.,..  _i_..: l._1.������.������..' .... A'A.   :     ; iwi, and ir.ne-lialf pnr cent on the v.-il-;?;  nL        L.''.'. ���������    >       /���������*,'���������'���������'    i      r> ',:   -,f tt.o gold Bliliipi'd from .the Vukon TV  '  Chamberlain s Cough  Remedy.; rftory u> he pmo to th,* comptroller a  .���������'..���������    -,    ������������������'������������������������������������. ,     A  ',,'.���������������������������',   ��������� i ���������   ���������v'<' f!'-������ miner aimII receive a* zratu ;  the   BeSl anil   MOSI  PODUiar.       ' ���������"������������������<���������" tharinne wlnlr/g claim on t-nr-li'.Het  ��������� t *. , "-- . '-rate rlv'er, creek' "or -gulch.-but the satni  ;  ".Mothers I'liv i!  I'm* cnnijn-i-hiidrcn. j ir.lm.-r   may ��������� Hold  liny   number  of  eli.Imi  i-iih-n-ui'ition hiiv if f,,r 'ir-vi'-n; "'���������,,n..l,^ ! ,,y  Piirohafie, and free .miners may  wi,-t  l.iiniu I iiiLiii'tiy.ii. u.r. .-rw i'.,-. ou.^1,.-,,^,^; cUiUntc.Ait.-":\inrln<)rH>ilc,-l>y   filing  and elderly people lmyit. lor In'irrij>j.*���������,   ; notice and paying fee of U.   A claim may  sayMiinre I'rns.,: Kldi'iii, -ii'iH-a.      "\\7*A I," abandoneil,  and  another .obtained, on.  ('hilliihi'rlfiifi's '  ('i-'iijil,.  HI'  ,    ,,,        , ,   , ,.     . ,   . tli'1 same creek.'��������� Kulch or river, by giving  H><ir<>    nl    l.liiliiil'i'rlfilp s    1,,-iiyl,, ; .,���������t|cl.  und   paylr.s a  fcl.  It'nmi'dy,  than   any, ..th' I*,   kind.. .'���������'.-  If S Work   must,.'be  done  on  a  claim  seems to- have , tiikeii   t he   lead    over  year'to the value of at least iWl.  .A certificate lhal work has been di i'������  .-���������everal (it her i.'Oud hrnnds." I here i������ j rnn.it be obtained tacu year; If not, tn,,  no I'iir-frtioh l.tit thin itiedicit.ir im the { "'���������'���������'���������'i shallbe deemed to be, abandon' l  ,       '.,    . , ,   ,. ,       and  oxxrn   to  occupation  and  entry  by  a  .best tliut can he  proeiirr-d   .lor   eoti'ihs ; fr^e mirier, ,  and eold-i, whef.hOi- it lieu, child  or :ni i   ���������'i'he boundaries of a claim may ns   io.  ���������Kl.ilf that, isulllicle.l   .l'tiilwit.ysenri-!'*1m"1   ^>���������^'**.   ���������'!'   having;������������������. a.    sur/:  und ctires rptiekly. ,    Sold hyiill dni*.'- \ Oftlelai  Gazette  "'!;'^''/A;;i'iiiAAA^i:.;//;iA^holeS^^^  ^:A'A^AA^i::f 1  Head Office, AAbattqir and Cold Stora^  VA;,;i.':A/'i:.Vi.A:/;;:A"'A.:.i/i::A::.-  made and pubiislln-f notices In the YuV-it,  "tsts.  a FREE FOR  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  WRAPPERS  M;iil ns \.> Iloysil./'lrfii-.".. Sosip  VV'rii,p|K,!i*s, and   we   will  .Mend  ������������������, ircc.  your   clioiee "f  over 1110  .pictures, or . for   2".   uTiipfier.-' ,  yotii* choice of over 200 hooks.  .Premium list, sent, on application.  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B. C. Limited  I'l'troieurn��������� All  unappropriated  Dn-n a-  ; inn   Lari'dH  In .'Manitoba,   ttui  No.-th- wi,'  Territories arid  within  the  Yuktin������.'.V2r::  lory itrts  open  to prospecting for  p'frc*  .eiim..  and   the minister  may  rci"*:riJ-'ii.  an; individual  or company  ���������tit.-inn    ^���������.���������>.  cliinery   on   the  land   to , be   ,-,ro������pect'1ii;  nn  area  of fi-W acrbs.    Shonl,   the  pr ..i.  peetor  discover oil In  tpayl.-ijf  fiuantlMet'  arid  satisfactorily establish  8uch  dl������coi  ery.,.-iri area not o.-treedlrif** DM) fier'en, V,  'eluding .the oil'well and Hiich otber-Ianf,  an  may   be  determined,   wiil   be  Hold   ti  lhe   discoverer   fit.  the   rate   of   JI.OO   no  acre, subject to royalty at mich  rate fie  mny. he specified hy order-ln-councll.  Department   of   tho   Tnterlor,   Otta-������-i  w. w.r.t)iiY,  D'l-njty of Hio Mlnlator of the fi.r������..,.,  Brick for Sale.       a  Thf! tindor.iiKiied have just hurried n  kiln of ,'".00,000 l.riolc, of (ii*Ht cIuhs  (���������intlifcy. ["or price* and infonriul ion  apply to 0. B. Hnitie & Oo.  Wt: ,ire'roeelvli.K' Wooldy ,Slii|iii.(iiil.s*r.f  Choice DAIRY Butter  in Small Tubs  '.lu*.|. tin;'tl.liiK fm* I'V.inily;l'se, V  GROCERIES  Our Sl'-'ck of Fi*enh   I'*i'iiils is complete  in (.-very line.    Call anil   examine.'A  I'lici:.". and ipiality tn Hiiit nil.  ......  Bakers ^Confectioners  THE CITY EXPRESS  AAAii:AG.'i.W.% Paget; ['rop.   A,i  Pnjinpl, didivet-y. of parcels, huggftgo,  ni.ci, l.o tiny .p.-u-l, of the Cily.  Any Kind of Ti'ansfbrring;;  Untlcrtalicn.    :  ':���������" T.I''U':i*II;OK.I'ANO. 7.. ;A.'i  q\j;oTic]^is.;in?ui':in%GrA^N;tiu.Kiiiiirt'yA^  X>:; days, al'tei-idate; I intend l.o"apply to'alls'-'-'  Chief Ciiinniissi6iiei*:ofJLands and'Avbrka foraA-  spccial licensirto ������cut and carry:a\vn,y,tiinberi;;'  ri-qniy.t.liu'.''rollowiii(;_.<leifuribc'(l.:liiiids:iii:A\*'oiili.:.:;'.  ICootenaydimLrict :^^' :*.; :V.:.:���������;*'.:���������,;.".'.'.���������' .::..':';:'::-'::':;':::;:;  ..-;C-oniiiiuiiciuK:at,ii-porfi.:iiiariceil.'*C.::AljranainT:"*  son's niirlh-vvcst corner posL" lilid idaiiluil at" -V  .Ibi-dan: ('reel-Allif*;: llenii;:"..tlibiiuii'.-south' 10)-���������'���������������������������'���������  chains, thence east .10. chains/IJienconorLlilliO';:  eiiains, Uioncu .west rorty:::eiiains to,:iilace-ot-i-:  coiiiinencenichl,.': ':';.; '.^...'A-;.;:-���������;;.:.;..:=. ' ~V;.-\-. J'  .iJ,J)iilort.l''uli.'llh*-l!)05.;.������A  ���������r.;'r;;-:''V..1\*-rv.?.'r';.*lCJ:IAl{hlOSi'A'!{ltA*.'ll'*iVMSO'N^  Lm  iV'A'  KJO'I'IOI'MS JI UltKIIYGl \'10N itliat, 'M days *  yy. after,dale I jntend l,o apply to the Chief '������������������:  *'" for a.  Coiiiniissinncr ;of ;.J.iinds;*iiiid   Work:  rks  ights  To Trappers  Pvaw Furs Bougli-h  Cash Prices Paid  F.   B.   "WELLS,  Exporter of Purs.  I���������/M   I   tZ. IN   I   O    and Copyri  *   : ohlaincd in all countries.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  . '.Mechanical Attorney and KiiKincer..  Itooiu .'), falrllcld Itliick. llrunvillc St., near J'.O  //..A        VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  . A   |io>l.ciird   will .secure an'evening appoint  nwiiit fur Hiosi: who cannot ������ill during llio day  J.    SAMSON  Painter,. Paperlianger, Signwriler  KALSOAJINING   DOSE. :  Orders tccive proinpl attention.  Second street,       -      REVELSTOKE  special license to cut anil carry away timber''  from the Tolloivi.iK described liinds'ln Wcs!  Koolenay district:^::* .,': A",,-:;,;;:  ; :i;oinineiicinKal,alpost marked "(l.Ahriiliani-  sons . sou theiisl,,. corner ;posL and iilanted. two '���������'  miles west of tlie American Syndicate limits  on the .Ionian Creek-.' Iiltf Jicnd, thenco south'  10 chains, tlicuccwest, lllll eiiains, '.thence north  ���������10 chains,'alienee' cast HIO chains to place of  commencement. : ...  v Dated Kelt. Itli,l!l(a-'.: ::;.,:': '  ,���������;::;,; ClIAItLKS AMUAHAMSOX  ^;;;*,\]^^  :   lu the matter of i.he Act rospcctiiiK cortain  works iu or on navigable waters, heinir  -.,.,'.*:     -..    Clmpler'.l-;, l,'.,S. C, 1S8B. t.* - = ���������, - --;  ATOTICI.:   IS   IlKIMCliV   GIVHN   that   one;  J,>  ������������������ month alter date I.he Uevelslnke l.uniher  Cotnpiiny. Limited, will apply l.o the CJovernor  in Council  under llie provisions of the' above  mentioned Act for approval of plans for the  construction  of certain piers nnd iiooms for  KalliuriiiK.ibooiiiini; and lioldi.ife' Ioks and tim  her in  the Columbia  lliver at and   near the  point, known as the " Hif? Kddy" near the Cil.v  or Uevelstoke, Unl.ish (Jnlumbia ; and tliat saiil  Company liave deposited  plans of the  works  proposed lo be conlructeil and a description" of  the site tliereof us re(|uired by Lhe said Act with*  the Aluuster ol Public Works at Ottawa, Ontario, and with the ItcKlxlriu- of Land Titles at  Nelson, ltritish Columbia..  Datedat Uevelstoke,  11. (!., tliis-Sth day of  February, liKlfl. :������������������.*���������'  ';        IIAIIVKV, JluOAItTKIt & I'lNlvllAM   :  ".'���������*' Holioili.r.-* for l.hc Applicants.  lliSinI "     .  .    ''.'.���������. .,'  '   . ,,    ' .v ~ ^ '  CERTIFICATE   OP IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  Memlow,.Skylark. Shakespeare,-Holla; Bav-  oiifioi-!,inn Uullncr mineral claims, situate iu  the ArrowlakoiMniinK Division of West Route  nay .District.. Where located:���������On head of  Mineral creek, a tributary or Cariboo cieek  Arrowliike Minnie Division, West ICootcnav  District.  TAKKNOTICBl.lial, I, Kie.lc.'ick It. Illoek  hci*������cr of Ifossland. 11. C. [recorded ownci of  the above named claims| free miner's ceilill  calo No. 11.07.1'JI, Intend, sixty days from lhe  date hereof, to apply to Ihc ininiiiL' rocoidu  for a cerlilicateof improvements, for the pin  posuof obluinniKaCrown Krant of the aho\c  claims.'  And further take notice tliat action, mulct  section H7, must be commenced before tho  issuance of such certificate of improvements  Dated this 1'Jlli day of January, A. D. IIXl..  F. It. IJLOUKliKUGJER  m  m ' / f  1������  ft,*  ���������I  TPIE' kootenay mail  <��������� I  I  r  ���������M  St  v*|-l  '$;*{  Ail  *sa  *9  1  ' _'     IMPROVEMENTS.  .The  New Station to be Putin  r ��������� ,   ' Hand Forthwith. .  , . - ij   .  ��������� Stipt,. lCiljoatrick returned from  the  Coast -Monday, having been in consul-'  Uition. with   Gen.'  Stipfc.  Marpolo  regarding tliciiiijiroveiiionfcs to be mado  ,on his'division.    A sliirt.iv'iU-bc niado  on tho new station site as soon as the  plans arrive, and the  new   portion   of  the yaid will be graded aiid(got, ready  for laying the tracks* as soon  as   the  -new station   is , sulliciently  advanced  ���������to allow of the pie'*-cnt  station   being  removed out, of the way.  The proposed- yard inipibvement!-  iiro so extensive they will be spread  over two years.  --'    SNOW SLIDES    '  ,. i        '  Make  Short   Interruptions 'of  ,���������   Traffic���������Two Snowslieds  ���������.'A\,     .Wiped'  Out.  The warmer "-weather -this _ week  ' brought down slides, but without any  serious interruption of traflie. A slide  at Illccilliwaet. on Sunday blocked  'traffic for twelve hours. On \\'eilnes-  day several slido>came down at Roger's Pass, blocking trallic for 30 bouts.  Tfiese slides were"the worst this sea  son, as they carried out both Nos. 3  and -J snowshuls east, of,the Pass.  As the result, of the new section of  line, built at Clanwilliam there ha.-  not 'been the slightest difficulty or  delay Jrom snowsliclos in the Eagle  pass'this winter. Yesterday's No. lis  still held up-liy .a slide which came  down yesterday.'   > ',.    -  C. P. R. PRIVILEGES.  Sir  Wilfred Laurier's Pointed  ' References.  Speaking on the autonomy bill for  the .Northwest, Sir Wilfred Uuirier  said he deeply regretted a special  clause which must iiml a place in the  present bills on account of the'nature  of the bargain the federal parliament,  made with the Canadian Pacific ruil-  . way. , lie referred to the tax exemption for all time(,to come uf the C. 1'.  ]{., its capital stock, all stations and  station grounds, workshops, buildings,  yards and other property, rolling stock  imd appui tenances required for thu  construction and working of the road.  It was a most lamentable condition of  atVairs, nevertheless we must abide by  the conditions of the contract ,: the  exemption clause from federal, provincial, or even municipal taxation.  If the ctTorts of the Dominion and  the new provinces can avail to get rid  of this exemption clause, the , federal  government would be'only too glad lo  lend any help in its power to get rid  of the incubus. Some form of li gelation, or agreement, or expropriation'  might be devised to cope with the  question. B owe or, regiclable as it  was, there was nothing the .Dominion  could do but abide by the compact  until it was posi-ible to find a leinidy.  BIG LAWSUIT.  Crows Nest Coal Co. vs. Canadian Pacific Railway.  Tho Tiibuno says: An action which  may lead to the elucidation of many  points will he instituted in the courts  if not settled within the next few  days. The suit is for recovery of the  value of timber removed from the land  reserves in East Kootenay   hy  the   C.  p. i-;.  The circumstances are as follows :  Li 189;*), when Cox and Jafl'ury undertook to secure the passage through  the Dominion house of the Crow's  Nest railway chaiter, an agreement  was executed between Cox on the one  side and Shaughnossy on the other,  by -which the C. P. K. undertook to  pay all (he debts of the old B. C.  Southern, amounting to nearly $100,-  000. and also to hand over to Cox and  Jall'ray all tlie lands received by way  as subsidy except what lhey required  for right of way, nidings, etc., and also  (i,()00 acies of coal lands. The O. P. li.  claim that they were entitled to nil  the limber on such lands as they ro-  qt'iited, and necindmgly ei'irti'd at  Coal creel; a large mill, and look out  many thousands of logs, as ivell as  using itli-they , wanted for tics, telegraph' poles and const ruction work.  . O.'he Crow's Nest Coal Company claim  that "land" in this ease means land  only, siid Iiiih rendered an' account for  ii very large sum, whioh;we_hesitate to  mention, but it runs into seven  figures,  , ,0N SHORE AND AFLOAT.  a l'l rand Trunk Pacific stock was subscribed ten times over in '"London on  Thursday ., ,       ,.  "The Jmpei ia 1 Limited, will he resumed early in -May, six weeks earlier  than last year. r  J. Goodlellow is appointed assistant  C. P. Ji. supoiintentionl in charge of  l'l iind'2v. railway.'  ,_ JSrakema'n Vernpn rIill was killed  at'the If mu by mines by being knocked  olV'a car when entering a tunnel.  ' r . ,  Xels Eckland, who has been seventeen you is with the C. P. 1!. is'leaving  their service co settle nt Salmon Ann.  The Review condemns the railway  sei vice lo Trout Lake and. urges the  C. P. li' lie required to,complete their  lino to Arrowhead.    '    ,  The C. P. li. telegraphs will string  '2.U00 additional miles of wire this  \ear," including an additional-copper  wire across the continent.        ;   -  The Canadian 'Railways Finance  Company has been formed in England  to build railways in Canada, including  a lino from Hudson's Bay .to the  Pacific coast. ,        '  It is'rumored the,iCanadian Pacific  has purchased -the railway between  Kuskonook and Bonner's J^erry and  the Gieat ��������� Northern steamboats on  Kootenay lake.    ''  W. C. Bowles, assistant general  freight agent of C. I'. li. at Calgary,  has been"appointed to' succeed W..iM.  Ivirkpatrick as 'assistant general^  freight agent al Vancouver. -" ,'  /McLean JJros.'are applying for a'  charter to build a railway north from  Kamloops -'to Yello'whead "and J'inc  passes to connect with the' railways  coming through the'mountains to the  north.  ��������� Tlie laiiway trallic on the Moun"  tain si'nd Shuswap .Division has' never  bceii l better conducted , than this  sc'ison. The trains have run well on  time, the public have been splendidly  served, and any interruption of trallic  ins been promptly cleared away.  Speaking of the improvements to be  done here by the C. P. Ji., Supt. ,Mar-  po'ie said on his return to the. Coast:���������  '���������At Uevelstoke we shall build_ a line  lii iclc station and make considerable  yaid improvements at ,lliut important  tailway and commercial centre.'' ,  Grand Trunk Pacilic ollicials have  issued a st itement.in reference to,the  general grade of'their projected line  through the liocky mountains. Its  greatest height above sea" level will be  :i,0d0~i'eeiTas compared with 5.300 feet  on the Canadian Pacific; Great Northern, 5,'iOO; JS'orthoi-n J'acilic O.filiT, and  Union J'acilic. S.'iOO. The, general  gradient ou the G. T. J', is 78 feet to  the mile, compared with 103 on , the  C. P. Ji. These grades will involve a  great saving in motive power as compared with other lines.  MALAKWA.  Fiom mu own corrijsi'onclonl.  \V. G. Barclay, of Jowaita, Alia., is  in taking photos of tlie pioneers of our  district.   s  What a pleasure it is to have an  operator? The company have one here  while the extra gangs arc at work.  XVv have a dancing club formed and  every Saturday night they-practise,  This is the outcome of having .bagpipes come around.  Our store is doing a rushing business these days, and our genial store  keeper, G. XV'. Hull, finds it hard to  keep his stock replenished.  P. aud 1'*. J. Boss-ley are rejoicing  that, their days of batching arc soon to  come lo an end. Tlieir mother is  coming\wt from Kngland to keep  house for them 'in April.  We have had a line winter so far,  veiy little snow, and enough frost to  give opportunities of skating on tlie  river. The last contest was decided  in favor of the one who could skate on  both sides of the ice.  'We have quite an increase in our  population. 1). O. Fraser':-. and A.  McGregor's bridge gangs, and D.  Bain's mason gang are all busy with  the two bridges east and west of here.  They are going to put steel spans  across these places.  About Rheumatism.  There are few diseases that inflict  nioie toituie lhan rliomni.tisin and  theie is probably no disease for which  Mich a -.arieil and useless lot of remedies have been suggested. To suy  that it can tie cured is, therefore, a  bold statement to make, but Chanili-  et Iain's Pain Balm, which enjoys an  extensive sale, has met with great  success iu the treatment of this disease. One application of Pain Balm  will relieve the pain, and hundreds of  sulVerers have testified "to permanent  cures by its ,use. Why 'sutl'er when  Pain Balm iill'ords such quick relief  and costs but u trilleV For sale by fill  druggists,   ��������� . ;','  BIG LUMBER DEALMORE   SCANDAL  The Empire Lumber Company's  Business Changes Hands.  ,'l'lu.' a-.-M't-, and um il  pile Lumbei* Gump.my  ,i ill of i he l-'ni-  Liiniif-'l,  have  heen snid to .Mr. Smiim  a prominent   linnm-riusin    ind   b-iulcei  nf, Minni-iipnli-.  The transaction w.-i- rlo-ed on Wed  'ne-ii.iy l.i-t and'Mr. Bowman took  posi-e.-sion. Mr. Bowman inlends for  sonii: timi'to give hi.- pi-r-onal Mipcr-  vision to the Im-ini1.-.;-, a-.-i-jtcd by .Mr.  Dudgeon'. Mr. Sine will remain as  sowut.ary. a.'j.-ii'-ted by Mr. Ande'r.-on.  Iti.-piolialilcilialiil.au early date  Mr. Bowman will form a enmiiany lo  acquire the busine.-.** and extent', it-,  operations by adding fiiithei' plant  and equipment. ' .     _  Ventilated in Relation to,Crow's  Nest Lands.  At iIn- Kussland Bnaul o' Tiade and  A��������� ii, i.iicil     IS.i.ii-,!    iiiietiiu;   clim-gci-'.  neic iii.ulr   that, the' -m\cy   lines  on  Bowman.   Crow's Ne-t ��������� ���������,ciil   lands had   been   de-  CHIPS.  whead  Bevel-  'fhe director.- of lhe Ait  Lumber Co. hi-ld a meeting at  Moke on Wedni'-d.iy.        , ,,  Me.���������is. 'Mae.farlane   and    D.n.ne  will c'lo-e, down I lii.ii" loggim; camp  Galena IJ.iy next week. .  "  Another strong lumbering company  from the States intend'*-, niakiim Kevelstoke its headqiiarteis.  'fhe agent, general states a British  pulp comp.'ny, with capital of nearly  .���������i"2,000,()U0, inlends starting; operations  in- B. 0.        r      "  , On account of a'1-foot fall of snow-  on their limit west of Nakusp, Beaton  -.fc llillman were obliged to shut down  their logging camp for a few,w;eeks. ���������  Wc'have infoi nialioii that the government, will,amend -the law l.o give  permanence of title to timber licenses,  l'his'will be agie.it help'to the lumber  industry.      ;.     ' ' r ,  'flic Yale-Columbia Lumber Co.  have decided to change their' mill at  Cascade from a circular to a double-  cutting band mill, and have',entered  into negotiations with tho Watorous  Engine Co. towards this end.  ��������� 'fhe machinery for supplying the  Columbia Kivcr Luniliur Company's  mill at Golden with electric, light, has  arrived aiid will be"installed at, once.  Jt.is tlie intention of the company to  operate their mills night and day next  season. ��������� .  The Camborne Miner says:���������"The'  Arrowhead JAimbcr Co. has completed  a, chute JiOO feet Jong around, the  .Salmon creek falls near Beaton. It is  a good substantial piece of work and  reflects credit oir the foreman, Win.  J^eonard J.ogs^'c.in now be safely run  lound the falls.' Jt is estimated '20 or  30 million feet, of logs will be run  tlnou'gh this chute."  " The-MuiulyiJ^imber Co. expect t to  have their mill at Tlnee" Valley hike  running in,.liine. They1' may ��������� also  build two nioie mills, one at Crazy  creek, seven miles fiom Tlnee Valley  lakj, and another at Sieamous to  handle tlieir timber tributary to the  Spallumchccn rivoi.' Jn couiicctiou  with the mill at Crazy creek a logging  railway will piobably be i built into  their timber limits.  POLITICAL.  The cancellation of the' Columbia  ami Western icservalion isannounccd.  Jlon.G. ,W. IlosS, late picmier of  Ontario, is to be presented by his suppliers with a puise of $-20,000.  Customs receipts of JJominion for  Kebruary was $8,013,051, _or $:-:2,5l3  over the coriespondiug period of last  year.  Four petitions were, piesented in the  Jlouse of Commons against iheeduca-'  tion clause in the .North-West'Autonomy J3ill.  A clause has heen adopted in the  County Oourt'l'ill constituting a now  judicial district of Ferine, Cranbrook  and Columbia. j  Mr. Oliver characterised the School  Bill as an attempt to raise a surplus  at the expense' of the school children  of the province. '   ,  "Only.the lack of,support in the  legislature prevents McBride looting  the provice for an enormous .bonus  and land grant for the G. T. P.*'������������������  News.  The Mainland .News says: "Speaking  about shocking railway disasters, it is  simply a shame to think of the wreck  that will happen to McBride when he  gets up against the railway question  in Victoria.'*  Premier' McBride admitted the  greater ability of J. A. Macdonald in  drawing up a ie=olution on better  terms, as he accepted that of the  leader of the opposition in place of his  own and it cariied unanimously.  A deal ha--, been arranged by, which  the provincial goveriiment is to'turn  over the lmilli"n dollar bridge at Xew  Westminister to the Great Northern  laiiway, and in ieturn the Gieat  Northern i.s to build a railway from  "Midway to the Praser Iliver without, a  bonus.  There has been little doing in the  Provincial legislature this week. The  principal busine.-s was discussing t,he  County Comts and Kducntion bill.-.  In the County Courts bill piovision  was made for reviving the barbarou.-  practicc of imprisonment for debt, but  as the result of the hot. light -put up  against it by Stuart Henderson the  .Utorney-Gencr.il proposed to withdraw it, whereupon Bowsei demanded  its restitution and the Attorney-Gen-  eial then said he would let the matter  stand over.  Tn Toronto the education clause*-, in  the Northwe-t Autonomy Bill have  given otl'ence to many of the leaders  of the political parties, and a movement is on font in the Conservative  oanip to force Mr. 11. L. Borden, the  opposition leader,'to make such a fight  against the bill as will arouse public  sentiment and result perhaps in its  defeat. Tiie Orange leaders have  much to say against tlie arrangement,  and will do all that they can to prevent these schools being fastened'on  the people of the West.  I'licralely alii red to secure for certain  p,uiic.-,,v , lu ihie co.jl (Toppings.  At the ii'Ci tinsr of Associated Boaids  Mr. llaricy, of the linn, of Harvey,  McCaiter A* I'niKham. said :' A** to Ihc  shifting ol" the line, he was concerned  in a lease adjoining lot 4.HSM, and he  knew that tbe lot. bad recently shi'tcd  its'ea.-l'bouiidiiry. Jle had communicated with the go\e.*nment as to  which line was recognized.' The government, had replied that it'recognized  the old line, not the new. Jle had  advised the going on'with Ihc-urvey  of the adjoining lease. Since'that dale  ,he had hcaid difl'erenlly. Tn the in-  lere-is of the public th ' point .should  hi cleared in  ���������5*$-5*5d*?*$*5**3*5*J  /'"  ������������������^���������%-i'������������������^���������'���������~-*������-%-%-^  x^l'C^  $*5*5*5-5*5-5*5*5*5*5v'*5-5$$S555S$%&^^������  WELLS,        v  RICHARDSON &  CO.'S    Gives the True Golden June Tint that Guarantees Prize Butter.  ���������  The Largest and Best Creameries and Dairies in the World Use It.  W',  Of  vl/  ur  *  <t>  %  LOOK FOR THE DANDELION,TRADE MARK.     BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTES AMD IMITATIONS,  EARN A    ���������  Comfortable Living  WITH A  'Poultry raising* with a Chatham  Incubator is a very jnofitable and  easily managed occupation. Unless  yoiiiwanl to go into.it extensively it  need lake'but very little of your lime.'  Government repoits'show that, the  (leniaiid for 'cliickeni in 'Canada is  greatly in excess of the 'snppiy~and  Great lirilain is i.always clamorin.tr  for. more. That means , a .steady  inaikel and good prices for chickens.  Vou cannot raise chickens successfully with a setting hen. She i.s wasting, tinie setting when'she'should be  Living.'' While she i.s hatching1* and  brooding a few chickens she could be  laying* five( or six dozen eggs. The  percentage ol"chickens she hatches is  much less than lhat'produced by the  Chatham Incubator.  It will pay yon to own a Chatham  Incubator. '        ,-    '  Clialli.ini.-Incubators contain every,  improvement of' importance in Incubator construction tliat has been, pro-,  duced, They are made of thoroughly  seasoned wood, wilh two walls, case  within case.     Between   these walls  .mineral wool is packed,forming, the  very best insulation. Each piece of  the case is mortised and grooved and  sciewed, makingf the whole as solid  as a'lock. . Chatham Incubators are  -equipped with scientifically peifecl  rcirulalors which , are" an infallible  means of regulating the temperature.  No cash to pay untii  .October* 1905.  We will start you raising* poultry  for piofit with a Chatham-Incubator  wilhoiit'one cent of money from you  until next 1-all. , That means thai you  can take olT" seven or eight hatches  and make considerable money out ot  the Incubator before the first payment  becomes dm*. ���������'_ -.--,-  We couldn't make this offer if we  were not certain that if you accept it  you will g*el complete satisfaction, if  we wci o not positive that the Chatham  Incubator will,pay you a handsome  yearly income.  This is a straightforward offer. Wo  make it to show our supreme confidence in tho Chatham Incubator. We  want you lo accept this offer as we  are sure of the satisfaction our'Incubator will tcive. Every machine we  have put out so far has made other  sales in the same neighborhood.  Uur offer ia to send you a Chatham  Incubator at once, freight prepaid by  us uiithput one cent of caeh from you.  You make i/our first payment in  October, 1906. The balance to be paid  in October, 1906, or if a Cash Buyer  you yet it cheaper. Could any offer  be faiier or moie generous ?  SMITH 1-A1I.3. OST , Novcilllft-T lllll, 1001  'Tho tiirnlmtonml llruotlor tli it I linm-lit (nun j ���������ur  ncf*til. on tlmo. I "Nil in.1.-. I" I'T> tiii* *a!i���������1, niii'.iinl.  lliN fill. If joii Mill i,'h? i,"~,n. illsi'.tiint, I iini m1,}  niiifll itlctst'tl uith itolli Iiu'iililtor mil! Ill,,' ,l������'i. .m,l  ���������������il,l init l,f without Un-iii, li'citmn I ,1,'iicl UiH  gcidull, lll'iru tlluu tll������* ItlLilhltor anil I'.rooik'r , 6*-t Jin1.  Youra roaiiPi.tfiill^1.  MK8   W. I1YSI.0I'.  Write us to-day for full particulars  of our offer and mention this pa-ici.  Don't put it aside foranothci time as  this special proposition may be withdrawn at any time. ''  THB MANSON CAMPBELL CO., Limited  Dcpt 22Gciintlinm, Ont.  M\MlFA(TUIt*'R1 OP  Ctiiilham Fiui'lliu-  MI1N null  tlifttlnm I'uriii Rrnl^-t  ni'.TmiiUTi::n waiifiiousr-s at  Monti-.il. <^tir . llranilon. Man , Cntjnry, Alt.i,  Novr Vfutmliiitrr, II C . Ilallfix, .S'.a.  FAcrOKIIS AT  01l������Ui������ra, Out., anil Urtro't, Mich.  I!  It should be borne iu mind that  every cold weakens the limns, iow-  ers.the vitality and prcjiarcs the  system for-the more set ions diseases, ainoiiK which arc the two  Kicatesl destroyers of human life,  pneiunonia aud consitniptioii.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has won its great popularity hy its  prompt cures of this most common  ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves the lungs and opens the  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent cure. It counteiacts  any tendency toward pneumonia.  Price 25c, Large Size 50c.  ���������������������������  Standard tomedy lor Gleet,  Gonorrhoea and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kidney and BUttder Troubles.  jAIDY  your friends wh'cii you can of  fcr, tlicm a cup,of refreshing'  'Il ,puts -everyone   in 'the  best humor, and the' minutes  '���������* ' -/  ���������fly quickly.    '  ���������      '..;     '     ,       The,Red  Halcyon Hot Springs  f���������  *J~anitcirii������m.   , -  mllE MEDICAL, WATIiKB,of iini-  JL cyon ate tlio must curative in I hi1  world. A perfect, naLuial rt'i'iicily I'm  all Nt'i vous .and Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney anil Stomach aihiu-nl,-  11 ml Metallic PoisohiiiK- A suiv t-ui-c  lor "TI111L Tired Fi-i'liiif?." .Special  i-att'SMin all boats and trains. Twn  mails uirive-and depai I, every day.  Telcgra .h 1 'coininn11icnMoii .with* all  parts of the world. An uxperienci'd  iiiassangei1. , ,      _      .      '    ,  Halcyon Hot Springs  "   Arrobu Lake. 3.'"C.    '  Woiildjike to Become  A High Priced Stenographer?  -A, Successful Fruit Grower?  An Expert Correspondent?' u  A .Practical Prospector?,  A Scientific Farmer ?      ,' -  A Book Keeper? ���������' '  An Ad. Writer ? -'  ,A Journalist ?   -\       ,    _.   ���������  '\Ve   have  courses   in  different Ptibjects..  'Our  recognised by   lending  Write to ,  .ov,crx100  conrse   is  educiitors.  The Canadian Correspondence College,' Ltd,  Toronto, (Int.,  t. * or to      --      .      _,  ���������  Till-: KAMI.OOrS.GlONEIlAL'AllI'-Nl-Y  .-- "- -Kamloops, B, C."       .. v-  VVing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese*  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke of  useful and ornamental  articles: ���������      ���������  Tea services  I Mali's "  li.iskcl.s'  ('.Liio Chairs  JlaniUcrulnefs  Klowor I'(its  Umbrella Stands  Lunch ll.iskel1*  " Snioluntf .laukuts  Silk Uoods.  GOLD FISH    '  Kinusl,-.lock of candies and fruits in town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  HENRY'S NURSERIES  NRW  iio.iii*: liitowx  CROP  AND   IMPOItTl'lll  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  ,     THOUSANDS OF FRUIT  AND ORNAMENTAL TRISES  Itll(lll()l)KN'nit(IN.������,    nOHKf*,   (lltlOK.V-  IIOUSI': AND   HARDY  I'LANTS  for Spring planting.  Cut Flowers, Floral Designs, etc  11KK IIIVlCS AND.SUPPLIICS.  FICRTILISKRS.  ICiihtern prices or h"*s     White  lahnr.  Calahigne I'rec.  Buy Direct���������Save Agent's Commission  M. J. HENRY,  :������)I0 WeKtiniiistei   Road  VANCXIUVKIi,        -       -       11. O.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  Royal Mail Linos.  Cho.apoHt Route to tho Old Country.  AliLAN IjI.N'K���������l-'roni SI. .lohn.  I'lirliliui    ������������������'cl>. '-'������������������'  lliiviu'luii      Mar. I  V[clui-iii     Mar. II  Tunisian  Mnr. IS  Vll-Klnliin    Mar. '���������!">  CAN. I'AC. ATLANTIC" S.S.���������From SI. .Inhii.  I,*il,i'('liaiil|ilulii    I'Vli. i",  l/il'i! Kiln      Jar. II  l,nk������ .Muiilliiliii  .Mur.'-'i  A.MKItlCAN LINK- tan Now York. -  ki. Liinix '-.'v1'- *-'*:  l'lilliiili<l|ihlii  -)'ar.  KI. I'iuiI J''"'.  II  SI. I.iiiiIi  Mar. -'���������'  WHirK STAIt I.INK-Kroiii New Vork.  Iliilli-: M'1''-   '  Tuiiliinio        v !'"'��������� .-  lleismlc ' JJ"1'- '*:  Jhiii-lic }!i-,'tt  Ci-ilrii*        ?'���������"������������������.-������,  lliillic  ,      ,Mur.'.".I  CUNAIID IjINK���������I'Vom Now Yolk.  Caiiipaniii .'',*'''���������-'?  Kli'iirm..! .������������������*������'������������������ ,'  Ciironia...... ...'  ��������� '"."Jjar.   I  Uinbrhi : ������������������}���������-���������'��������� .������  Laicania ;.........���������. Mar. iv  I'liKScimera ilekctod tliroiiKli to nil iiarlH ot  Croat llritain and Iroland, anil atHiioolally low  rutc-Hto all parts of tlio Kurojioii.ii continent.  Apply to noitroHt railway or ftoaiiiKliipiiKont, or  to A  T.  W. BRADSHAW. Agont, Rovolstoko  W. P. F CUMMINOS,   Paoino  Axont  IB1J^B-'^lI^E:0-3Sr-A_  The,r>pioparcil   I'urlapft' hearing  the nhovc trade mark arc reliahle. -  Hang easy, hold color, lindihavc the stump of. quality-1 made  in  assorted  colora.   rThcre tire  many  imitations' which   arc churned r  "just us good," hut theie is only one real I<"AB-JtI-KO-NA.,   .,,  "   ���������   ' '        '    ,        .,,<-',���������      "     I   ������������������'     r-    .  \\ rile for samples-iiiul prices lo7 , ,- ,, ��������� '  -O-  .-    . '', ' < A  Quotations suliniitledifor InsertedlToolh, Shingle or other Solid  Tooth; Saws  and all. kinds  of icpiiir  woik.  ti'usines-nfler  ONI3  trial.    HOI:  stoek at lowest rale?:  Millmi'ii evcrywlierHare sending "us "repeat*  :i BfTS AND SHANKS  in  all^sizes  kept' in  (^(^/^(^(^^(^(^(^(^(^(^'(^(^^^f^^^^^  HOTEL   LARDEAU   ���������- COMAPLIX -  <*)  ���������4) The Best House in Town.  Well Furnished  Good Table  JU    Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  f ' ,        ��������� W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.  <sb -       ���������  (^���������^(^^^(^r$>(^(^(^(^(^(^(^?.(^^<^i^^<^  ������$1  tin  'i^>  (^  ������p  <*���������������������  <^������  ORIENTAL HOTEL  .  v  ably furnished with the choicest the market  "    affords.    Best  Wines,   Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $ i a day.    Monthly rate.  J.  r  E.   B.   EDDY'S  Q^r  "ICING  EDWARD," 1000s  "IIISADUGHT,' ryjo*.  '.'KAOLK." IOI.- .mil 200*  " VICTORIA."  '���������LITTLK  CO.MKT."  FOR   SALE   EVERYWHERE.  Are the Best that can be bought.  Don't experiment with other and  inferior brands.  USE   EDDY'S    '  dzriztstik:  PERFECT ION   COCOA  It is absolutely pure  COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE ICINGS,  CREAM BARS ETC. ARE VERY CHOICEST ptlTV  The COWAN CO., Limited, Toronto ':$:'::W:/i
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liliiik at. Trout. Lake^;ivere; niaiuiueted
on-leaving tor tlieir new. prist, at,.. Ar-.
rowheiid::, T,AB'.:' Baker, the neiv )iian-
iiger; at; Trout ; Lake; spojee .at tbb
banqiiet and said how proud he wasto
niake.the aci'iiitri.iita.nee of'thp:hiisin'es.s
men ot the city under, such pi,;iisiiiit
ciretinistances.;' 'II is eonipany had
great faith iirtlie l'titurfi pi-ospi.'rily. ot
thi1 r.ardoaii^and they were acting up
to the tenets.of their belict.,.    :,..;. ���...
The'At lloiiiiVgivf.-n under the ,'ius-
pices of tlie..I.adien'*:.('riiil(l:(>f Ht. Peter's
churcli, at the rectory, 'on , Tuesday
evening, l-'eli.,'2>Stli, was largely attenfl-
ed and, very succcsslul. Tiie program,
composed nf songs hy .Airs. John
Bpurne," Messrs. 'I Til iii phries, Ainaii,
and Dr. Morrison, and piano solos by
Misses Hall and F. I'sigr-L," was much
enjoyed. Cards and dancing were indulged in, and during the evening the
ladies served rofro.shriicnt.**. ",
fN'(feiiibs?AA;i;h& Giluada;; O'iiig ii,!).d,'Hppk
^o:A! Ic e o p": r 11A lc j^T i 11 s A;tv|;' A A Aj?; j A*'; a'IK. AA^ASAwA;
Seol-11 pw&bnAfbiiT'H^b^
: .liX-wJi i^Xp io-ii iiti ^ay b; \ V��'I-i n w'^;H
&:;A n e f o i-c^lMi vi n g */c i sew 1 ie i��A" ;SccA i\l ifc^;
TO I", f. i h. 11 o ro I iy 'jj i virjii: tliat 'I. iiTt6ii(l;t.(i ri'|)*v
plyat libxtiiiontiifeof llMi'liicoiisiiii; Coiii-
niissinnnrs (era I'rniisror. (if: tlii)'?lici)nso,,iir tlio
'v\i*m;\*lio'ii(l lliilul; sitiiiitiiiliit-Ai'rowli'oiuJ,'!'); 0:
tiVJiiiiii\tJiUoy;;:;'-::3;:E;;;^\Ai*i'A;::;?>:;::,;:r,;;���.;: a;
:ArrriwlioiidrFoli/jl"tliV lillIjfS'fei��:;A:(111 inr2-l
libivln ioyed ,ji ii tp;
l-Toiif aie A F ij ii"i s* P b j n't i l lg^iunU
H^oii riC^eil i t5:is;^pbd5|i|t;j:Ii|
M;iD'r;AiVI bixisonAliitsl
���ilcp t WMF ^eclpiib; :if fll.) W^^^ I'!'
;A|K.i?I:lAfri-iiciiA:i.n.'J j. ^��iiaiii;
o poiiAA ti il-A^Ioml it jAi; oveii i iigSj^niUAw-i 11;
;'lliciv']|;^cipMlAti l]|Ap;^
Axv'i.l. I ri^ i ii j si i t'i^'efi J Q i tj,;- "p^s ������ i pYVSftf-PJtJ >'- *i^';y5liv?V-*^
diiycribi j y i tis | iiAgipi tAciic) liitol liipa k:
;tn iAi.^'ci^kAA||A; yyyiyyyyyyfy
'E/l.er;y��ed ;C I ar k^sA'liiu Mck'iTongii ej
eilA2��i ust StryiiSllflieiSu
AG1 ii i* k?s^lSPi* ice; i $1) Pw yyyyiy^y/iyilyyy.
r'::;;:iiniliii''si(,'ileil;.;liiivi! Vsiilmiittcil': l.o;- tlio
Miiiliaiiiiil.-llovoniqivyihiCoiinoil  a ,proposal.
ainilci*;:l.liRJ^|)ravlKliiiiH7;;nr,'..-l.lic^'" Hivei's^aiiil
Strbiiins .'A(!l,;''.:;i'oi-..,clniii-ln(;;,-inil;i'oiiioviiit;?'or
:blisl,niotions t'l-oin l''osl,liairUi*bulc,,\\rosl. ICooto-.
���'n'iiy,*:iiii(l> for iimldiiK.this:k,*iiiio:lit,-, for TaflhiK
nnd ili-h-iiiK:itlioi*ii(-in ol'IOKti.'.l.iiiilioiV-. linnliiii',
rails aiiilicriil'ts, and foi-urcotinKanilinaiiitaiii-
in*,' li6iiiiis.,l,iir;iiiilillii^��Kiii*t;iii^.|iild..doIivbi*iii(.'*
Jo(,'s"aiiiln,iiJilioi'.lii*oiii;lil,:;(lowii;;siii(l rivoi'.'and
:  >Tlie lands liijUiAnlliioUiil. Iiy^wiiil.'^worklarb
'Ci'bwii liinilK.rv'''K,-.i:iJ;!/i:lijA?'|.'*5j.:^^
J-iThbrai.ofof ioll*! .'jiropbsbdlb'liii^oliaiiiod',.: iiro'
siiiili x:ii;s " aiiiyUibfillxbitfil^l.lio"'J iiilyo :of:Ulib
.Count}' Coiii'L;<if ���.Jvootciiuj'" ' """
SfelJiitoil K(ilii*nai*y'Ml.lir=l!lii/i;-;
'I'll Ifli I'UINCJK?��11N INC!?�������'-rHCiV.IfiIJrOPM"KN1!'
:si*.s rof: :t.li<:; I'l-iiic-j'/Aliiiiiitf :^iiiut;r I >uvcIoi>Mieiit.
\(!oiiipaiiy'-.l:.iiiiilb<l: hialiilil.y.'v will: bu<liolil'?.Jil.'
���thb t'oiniiaiiy'sOlllobs;>l''irst, .SI.rooli'Koviilslolii.1.
;:OI'��i\lAUt)II;i'A;��l).Ml!lll^al,3l,lio: lioiuCof;*two
.iilc'ctintroIlIcoi's.fbi'.itlibiOiVsuiiiKJyoai',anil 'for
nil "bill '    '
iVr'bKsiiK,' 1, 11 ti j 11 i 11 ii 1> o 1 - * o f Dirbiitois tblsc.voii.A.,,
'.'ijlbsud.(luriiiH'.*tho1 Tonrlbori'ilay*-* iinniudiiitbly'
:pi'cbbdhiK;siicli;iiicbtiiiK.::;--^ivKi/S^s:K"S;S. A:S;a
;-si)ati;it.iit;'llevblstokb.!; IftG^iliis'lOl.h'Sdajvior
iiiiny, uiiiuur.s.iorj i.noj iiiiKiiin^ ,yoiu, aim ;ior,
/is pi*bposb(l;;to}.iiiiibiiil:';i,lie ny-ljawssliya'ii-;
Tlib'Qii ly?fii;sltcli-^^
���Lei'; iii y ic'tibw :������>��� Pit r-> i-pcj ji i re hi e n is ���;;: A,
^iA'i'AA'r r*i lkg'ra p ttvAAAA; 'y: /:/
lyynooKKEmnsyy/iy aa-
AAH-VR r*TH"M ET10 ;A:;i^''t:.';A,.:;?;r;:;
aA::PEMU'-VNS l-ri;Pr;;Ht<A;A|AA
-A thV>rQU'_'h';Biisin>'fe::Tt-;i.ii.ri'ig.S:
,Tp,Tlibiiias.S.H-i!uii6y,J*.6r.iiiiiy,,jiersoii' bi',:pbi'ti6ns
'la.ivlioiii'.lib.inay;: lia\-b''iissiKnoil.liis:iiitoi-ostrin
:.ilib:JMoiiit'dnibi*y;iiiid.lCui'eki'. olaiiiisisitiiatoon
:,(.'uiiyon Crook" on.-tlio; north :-sidb;:bf:-I)bwijio
:siiriicd;:havo.;bxpbiidod,!jfbr;):yoiitftlib-siiiii of.
:f:n.2.*)?ni:.l,*iboivf iiii|ii-ovoiiibiiUs::iind>recoi'diiiK
���.iniiibi*aliclainis,*''iniiloi'::l,lio;:pi*ovisibns:of :tlio:
jiMiiibnilActvand if;i.witliiiU"niiibl,y''(lays'.:fi*onr
;lliodatc:of;t.his:iiotibb'yoii fiiirbri-ofiiso^tb cbn-
:o.ht.il,lo(l:iiir;A'ot;,lb.Ainond l,liu:Mini!iiil:Acli'.l!IO0.'.
ADiitod this sixth rhijvof ���.IiumiiryvSlSKVi.'v.aiffi^iAJ
v." iVrnVii jr'Miifi'i uCfiVrVJ h 'iiid i,'igy "
AArrGanaiiiMii ipiipib-v.'���������:/:���-:�����;'
AKORTON^PRIN'rZr PiiiieipalA
AKi'V^lsioke (.'sini'si'iondiilg B'-t'-v
/lyy'illy '.y-j j.;A; j;, C.��.;S.'ADknt,;
Tenders for *a License-to'CiitjTimbcrlon
;?A:anil*;JIincs".Mriincli,': I>opart.iiicnt;"or. the
interior,and -'marked biii ilib uin-blopo" -Tonilbi1.
forTiinlior Hortli(-Nn.vlll,''1Svill:ho.rocbi\'od,al,:
this Department iiiit.il nnon on���Wodiiasdiijv thb
nth day of April. UiWi.'i.'for iilieen.'ietb ciu.tiniliui*'
'biiVIJortli: Nb.-JIIl.Tsit.niit.bfin thol'i'ov inb'i'of
���Mrilisli'- Columbia, inVahoiil. Townshinslid iiml
liiencink at.the.intoI'sebtieiiofflll.-ichuiTy.Crock
llieiiee dbw'.i>iaid;ci*.cok;'l,hi*oe:niilus.'measured���
bna dae sonth*:eoni-se,: willi;a;dept.h ofoiie
million the.west..side."of ��� said .crbek, jine.-Lsnred
iVn;a due-.west bbiii'se,Veonl.aiiiinK .an ai'oa^of
three square iiiiliis; more or,less.;;���;.;,';'~:;s' :';:;
*���.' The. regulations under .which alicensc.will be
issued.also printed.foi-iiisof, lender and: en vol-
ope.niav lieohliiiiieil nl this Oepivi-tiiienL or-at
the ollice���'. of the;.Crawii;'riiiihbr tAttoul, at New
i\Vesi,nunst(MArS;'^^'..^,:.'v:.:^::,Ar':;'';.:;.;'.V:: :..A;;>
��� Kaeliblender, liiiist'vbe.siiecoiiipiiiiied.liy:,an
.-iceepted eheiiub on il chartered .hinik iii favour
of the Dor utJ*iof Minister, of llie Interior, for
the.amount of the bonus-which the applicant is
prepared to pay.foi-a license.'::: ������(v. ���;;.<;.��� ���'���.; , '���"���;;.'
.'���'- No tender-by.|.elegi*apli will lie entertained. .:
:;::.fi:,.:;; ' ;-:!;:.'V*-l>EUI^I';V;d.-ICEVKS;^;'';^.::i:
: AA:".::;-:'-:.'A..V-.'/j.:������,;.v:'A'���������.'":-''-i- -i ;;" Secretai*}*.'
Uepartmeiiiflf the Interior. A; A':.:;,:;;; AA:
;������ Ottawa; Kebiaiiry 17th, 1!*M:::;:.::,:^Aij:; ;(IIS
..;..::.;; :^il|i..;..ji,1j.:.*i;(.-,l|/j;,'8.*..': u.:yy.,::;..\ 'y.:{y:j..y.;,y'-yy.-'Jy:./lyy:y'u:..:.-..y
y m^ijjn^iffiffi 1 fMy4fig^M0i\^M-
1WU l'-lieA wbitlrAsameth \ ii CTs^Ayoti'AAtxiAliii-A
y: ....y^. ;,���-,.. v .. ;.���*    \,~,y .....^ :^-.y,- y.-y..,; ..,;���.^,^   ...J.....O *-,;,.l -��-'������'���"��� ���������������;-;'   :-   .   ';/;'���'..��� :���:������ '!���; f.-;*1;,--I :���'-
:!:v.,^'.-,.. *>������-*.i'".:i...*-'-rnC.���-:.iify-rAf::-^:.-.anffl*j;,y;:p;,^,:,,���.*,$}*���-,.���.;������,;tits
: vestAA'Af li' e rcA ctin '-'q ii 1 yl bbAoiiSA^reisult���A;
;tq 5|i)i.yesLiga tb||f|!^
^'properties; |^iil 1 ;:tbd
-;'A-*^--.,*?A,: ins.'".:), -.-"i:.!-';.-''-.���^���W'/ir/^'i^'^y: '���:'������'   IXM:;- r^'AA'1 '������'.:��� ������}'-'���''/ .--��� i-vi*-.'r. i >..-. .���../--���';-
���������>' yyy ���/������Ki-'-'i''- -
.i||A|i ;|||AA|
WlilM yMyi
m/Mj /y/y
^y^y?' 'A-A/VA
.���....������'.:. .".':*'!:::Vr'   '..';'',*:.'.:���:;-/''::;''.
r A Ai AH :��;:>':'.;*:'A
. ::*:, ....':., :-:'..::.:.; tf ,JA':-J.'.  .:,���;;:.-:
' SsAiA'SilApniinpii tjbctor;A��^|5SASM
'AA:Abf'the Frehe1iv;Ebvb^
;;8|| S tr i kps;iii 11 Ja rp u^.^AGo]d fV c i ns&i i i^ v ei-pii /SyiO. HSi|N;0 )V~ii
' �� Attire* eybr'seen: iii/ilipAVc^fc; p;!;'::
Spaiis oil;sii,ibjilt;tlip;Ciiiiada. DriigA
Tenderajfopa- License to Cut Timber
1 on Dominion Lands in the .Pro-    ,
-" '.:,���:-vihde" of British .Columbia. AA "
| C f ILEa'TEXiliRS^idtli-ei
���Wlien AYou; -Want //
Moscrop Bros.
Sanitary  Plumbing, Hoi Walcr
& Steam Heating, Pipe Valve
Fittings, Tinning work of
all a; Descriptions.
Electric Lamps, Door ficlls and
,   Annunciators,
Electric Fixtures %�� Put In.
Second Street, Revelstoke
;;;ARingup Tel.No. 27:|;;''^
Stand at Union Hotel
J. M, McCallum.
y D. McCARi"H��:
Builder and Contractor
itKVI'M.STOIvI':,  B. (A. :   A
I'luhfi  and   cstiinateti rnrnislifd  ori all
kinds of,work. KMirt'-M
e<l In ilioTiiiiliiir
 aniliitin'es -'Bruncli. .Diiiiailiiieiit,.'nt   tin)
f rnterior,aiHl iii.'irlc'i'l'on fclm oiivi:l"|i��''!t1oiKler.
i f,,r Timb'jr 'Herch .r-To- ! 15," will borrjouiviiil 111
1 this D(-f,;irtiilftnt iiniil.nooll oilAVfi'lnc-i'layiiliil
i'lllli flay (if April-: 11X1.1.: Tor.:n licmisii io cut., liin:
 ['riuriin ��� Berth  No.   llu. s.itiuito in a limit -To\vnT
--:1 I *l,ipi .''/I aiiil .'!l; ltiuiKU 20. 'wast of Uie.Jitli Mprir
v.. j cliiin. commonciiiH uttho. iiitorseotioii of Blao-
.'.���' I.,   TlX'rry; Oreo k-;'. by tho.iioYthernlimit, of -tho Knil-.
':���������"  '. wiiy twit: tlioiica (lown -sail! crook threo miles,
:���'���':.'.';( mensiire'l  <>�� it cln�� ioulli c/Vtirsje^wjtli a <l��|Jlh;
[ of fm,; .mil,", (in  tin: east .sido  of:- said'; creek.'
'���.'inensurijil on it iliii: east, 'course.-'cniili'i'iiiiiiK.'.'aii
'..iir'1!' .it tliree , 'i i iii re iiiilei, imiro or lij.s.'i.  '_:..;:
i    ���Tiii; '.rc-riilatinrin mi.'lorwliicli'ii liceiisewill liis
j"is^i.*,*il. also iirinled'ffriii.'idf teiulirand env*elo|ie
I limy Itj ohtaiiie'lat'thi^ Deimrtinoiii or a I. the.
r olliecof the Cri.nyii.Tiiiiber.ia'eiit at NewWe.il-
! iin'iiister, 11. (.'.   .'   :    .' - .        * ,*        "'    ,^^
Kach   t..-i.'!fjr : niiiH'.  IjeiiecoiniKinie'l   hy mi',
! ch'-'iiiiMiiiii chariered liiink in rnvonr
|I,'i,,ny of theMini.il.er of the Iiil.erior.
f ior tlie amoii.'il of Llie liniills.'/.vhieli the : a|,pli.
! '-unt i.. prepared to pay for a liceii'-'.i. :   ,       ��� '-.i
Nul'i'iidxr l>v teleirrapli will hoeiit'irtained.
|    '-,:.������     . .A'. .J-Kltr/CTG. KKYKS,
; ���.,.' ;     ... :S'*erel.ary:
f Hepartii'tiitof the Interior. **       -
:,:0uawa. Fehrtiary,17th, Iiii:,.    ." .- ;       W.i
:Al;liave��stai'ted.fa;:;perinanent "Worid:
Yiird^pn ;Tliii'd'sfcrpct;^;;AVit,li;iiiy:Oiast;'
ni'iS^A^Dry'caiidwoqd rI<i'|it, in'stock;aiid
supplied:���,iii any 'Iungths iit redtici'd
ni'icos foi; cash. A-v;���'������;'������: '������::"}}'���:;.,-i; .-:-:;������'���.*.���
:.: :��� :���,*?.���;������;.;'AA' }-yJ/y K: SAMSON.' /���/.
O.S'P���A Kcal .Skin ,1'iir.so, 'r-onUiiii-
in^.ii'stiuill sum orinoncy.   Finil-
i.T.'will: lie   re ward nil. ' .Apply 'to   A.
.lolmson, I fi-rald (ilTlr:*.1. *. <">
riTO RBNT-*Ollice (ir ilcntnl purloin
J: over .Mimvn drnir store, next, Mtiiiie
lillick. Apjily Ui II. Laiinlifiid, Ikix
IOI, Uc'vclstoki', I!. (!. A        t;:'.7in?}
AiVi.'lOD���Two    f?ifly    for   hotel
work.    Apply nl. (nn.-!1 at   Hotel
A"j\''I'!0I)���'I'hc n.-i.i-i.y who liorrow-
ed I'rOin our lilira.ry Hweetliind's
" l,oose-I,eal' Accounting" to I'etuni
satneal, tiiirlid.sl, con vnn inline n odd til ige
The. Koolenay Mail I'lililisliitiK C,c,
Ltd.   _'    __ ���'���___ ,
ANTKIJ-Woik ofniiy   kind  hy
young inari'ii.'d iriiinj good witli
hoi'ML'u; ndnptcd l.o liuiiiieMH; wifi'Kond
cook.   Apply at Mail uHicc. '*
Tendor.3 Tor a License to Cut Tirnboi'
on Dominion Lands In the Province of  British Columbia.
C ' KA I.Y.V) TKVDKIJS adilre.wjd, to the Timhei*
O   unit   Mill'"-*   Braii'-h.   /Jirpiirliiieiit of .the
Interior.-arnl marked on the en���.'<���!'���[<(��� "'1',,-iioer
for 'riini;er" lk:rlii   Sn. Ill',," .'.villi, e received al.
i'ii- (lep-irUnenl. unt" noon on VV'ediie.-d,:y. lhe
i .'ih day of.lt,]*1'. I'.nJi torn, lieen-e I.i mil tim
! I *r on 'Berth   llli. .'itiiale in  the  I'roviuee lit
I Flrili.-ih Colniohi.t.ln alviiil Township ���'!'!. Kiiiik"
'��� lid, *.ve.-l, of thfi. .'itli  Meiiiliiiii, coiniiieneiiiK al a
point on   M-u-l��-rry (Jreeli.  tlireu mile., dievn
st.reani, mea.-iiircd i,n a due -oath (.'Oiir,-*e, frorn
(he iiiter.-e'.-Uoii  of  -aid en-i-k hy I.he northern
limit.if i.he   Kaili'.*ay  Bell; llienc* dov.-n  ������aid
cree1:   (,'a'O   fiiHe-i.  ..'qeartiired   on   a diie''Oiifh
course.'svii.I, a. depl.h on each tide of one mile.
niea-airi'd on a, due ea���t, and   went einif-";. eon-
ta'niii'i: an area of four Hquace iiiile,i. inure rn*
I'H-' ���    j
The i*efi*u!.'i.t.ion-,.1und,'i* '.vhieh a. Ileein"; ��;ill he
i.a.iiii I, ni-:(i printed forin.i of l.eiidei: and en-
veloee. may he ohlaiued al. I,hl^ flepartiiienl. or
at, l,ie ollice of the Crown Timher Auenl.al
New We.-'liiuitlHl.ei*..
I'iiiih tender iiiimI, he aeeiiuipiinied hy an ac-
eepled ehei|iie on a ehii'*l,ei'i:d hank In favour
of lhe liepnly of. the Minuter of the Interior,
for the amount, of Iho lionun whieh the nppli-
Clint. \n prepared to pay for n lleeune.
No fonder hy leleKniph will he enlerlalned.
I'li.'l.l'JV (!. KKVICS,
Uiipurlmoiit of thu Inkirliir,
Oltiiwu, fuliftmry 17tli, llWOA RXT
Retail Dealer: In-^y^ptnzcg^r        :"  .;; '
;   a a, IVTOTTON; Etc.
Fish and Game- in Season. :'
All order.*- promptly filled.;      ;
nEVELSlOKLjD.C.,    and Kin-,'slreel1'
ibb iv-hqt 1 lAjvo ii I d;; licA, J Ag^^^
B[JA'A.I3KFOREv^lIR; PR.rG:i5:;'A])^NCES
;;'fcliii .Ojioapestv and; bcsfc.-'iv^
/lAfci'Civsiti'y:: :Arfvoycr;.siil)scv-il^cl yoiir^iiionpyjiyill: libi;rctimicd.A��/���
ll ���".:.,-,4-J'*]*Iiglicst; Co iii nicrcinl and JJaiikv;JReferencesk A;ia*;<:>yjyy/j
y' ;;;;A;:;20;l;7K ITTIJ KJl'ti k!|B IJ lldllNf!
General Store and,;
Restaurant Keeper ;
A rriiiio Stock-of C!roccritts,Fruit,
:,    - - - VogOtalilos.        ; y. '���
Try our Iced Soda.s, Ice Cream, Straw-
s    licrrioH and Cre.iuii;'"'Cmi't ho   .
��� heiiten in the City.  ���'".���*
lOcSPER liiB.
1     VlfiRNO.N. II C.
���".'���/������   ."-V: :���
��T. Guy Barber
:::.:-���: .'-.���-;f:' on -1\IcKt'ii'/.iii.Aventie^Au���/'>��� ���������'���;
PpenDay and Niglit/'FirsfcClass Service'
Second St., Hovolsloko, . ���     '
aiiiioiniec they have entered into part -
"net-ship ,-is.'.. '    ,
Grocers.Confectioners, Fruiterers
:  Anii itoo-i's And' hiiok.s
and will  (.'xtend   their.httsiness with ,-i
view of inakiiin it second to none.
��� .',.      ' Iodic
Tlio Minder MeolianicK Pure Tar Soap heals
and HiifleiiH the skin, whilo promptly cleiiusiiig
il. of Krease, oil, niKt, uto Invaluable for'ino
(iluuiicH, fiinnei'H, Hjiortsmeii. Vrue Hinnple of
ruvulptof 2e. for poHtane. y\lhort Toilet Soup
Co., iiiaunfaulurerM. Montreal.
For Sale.
Six hoisjs power Waterons vertical
lioiler anil eiiuine, only in use a year.
Reason for sellinir is tlniL we require
iTiofe power to drive our .increased
plant and for heatiiif? purposes.
��� j Revelstoke.
' AA"? 'y.'-'V w'fi'.-'jKpotl. w(iivk: done'iii.:'.. 1
��� /'.'.'���:"��� ���'    ;':,:: Vcaii oii! A;.-.������:���'*;y-:/ :'::-
a'-'."iiper liaiifriiiK a Specialty. A
D(iii(?l!is street  :. ni'xt 11.Need ham's '
vei stoke.;; y ; ;"'iaf) np.w ;.;  A
Wy& Fleming'/
; .'.    ,.;���'.   Wholosalq and ltetailA;
Fish A'ancl. Game   iri;'   Season,
First St., Revelstoke.
Tugs, Launches fob sale
Yaehts, Seows t harter
Ship and Machinery Brokers,
321 Cordova St. West, Vancouver, B. C
Lninher of all kinds at reasoiiahle
pi ices, Pi'dinpt delivery gimriintcpd.
Letive orders at Lawience's Haidwaru
���Store. .
32tc Greely Ureek Lumber Mill


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