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 >���������'  Jt.-I  f   i'���������*( J*ri"-������r-*������.i������*i ,1j-.T;  i  S P'i T.JU. J"���������-*V*  -.j:-,-  r^���������  ;i t.  Vol. 10.-No.'49.  ,* KEVELSTOKE. Jl q.. MxUlCH 5, 1904.  I!  - \  i I.  -I  CHINESE TROOPS FOR iANCHURSA.  l! I,  Spring has'not vet arrived,'.but  our new.goods are arriving daily;  and we arc now showing- a' fine-,  assortment of the latest and most,  n    '' ' I  up-to'-"date, ooocls ,to  be had-in  dhe market. ' '        ,���������'���������'���������.  "       - , ���������  'In^ Ladie-* fiooil-  we .11 o to ilaj.fifnit Im  ,,'J.ooi)   Milncs  .mil   up-io-dnte   -=Lylo-���������in  tailor-made co'-iiiine?. '-lent*-;   blouse--���������  r    -'-     .  ��������� nil this *-ea***ou's noods .it     '-'    '  '  -'   ������  If-  r i  t,  1   J,  Popular .Prices  ,  Our sraclc   i~ * now   loplete in'diess- tiini-'  niiii!ir:',pilks  nbbuiis. laces,nid ni-.eitioii-" r  ������������������ A-k ro-Jeu mu -nocial  lino ol iinteaiablc-  , i i ~  ������������������   i    *      , -  TafVeta* -��������� " ' *��������� ���������*���������       ,"-.'  In Gent-! FinnislniTsia  nil! -luck is cnni-  I -' ., r  pleto in bout-and -hoc- iindeiwoai 'h.ics.%  cap*** ftntf paints, lino white .mil noiihsioe''  '    shuts "coll.u-   tic-   .111(1  uldMl-     A   clu.-o.  . -    ,,    t .   - . .,,   ,.   ,,, y  >   inspection   oi  tlio-o   lines   Mill .oonwnoo .  'Vnii ot ihe special Milne- \\e"aic''otl'eiiiig. *  Don't   forget- our-dressmaking.,  i\department   in   charye   of   Miss  Wilson.    -"Ladies," place* * your  order earlv for your Sprino Suit.' '  - ������ L .        1'..' ���������'  - - ri  Japanese Transports  Heading, for  Saddle  Bay���������Manchuria  "To Be Redeemed From Russian Tyranny--Russian  **��������� /Fleet Sails for Cadiz-~The Czar Sends an  ',  Autograph Letter���������to King Edward���������' r,,,'.  , ,! , , 325.000. Russians,at tlie.'.A  - Front by April.-'     ���������    , '    .  Cook Stoves, Ranges  andHeaters  '���������v**CP������  lfTAYLOR   BlfoOK  .MclCEXZlEAAVE.. REVELSTOKE.  <* ' ' "   6       .       /���������  .Mail  Order  Uept.  Xew Voik, SIiu'oli'I.���������8i.\ .lifjuiiK'-'o  cruisero, escort iiij; ion ti'nimports have  been sighted "steaming in tlio duration  of, the Gulf of Lino Tunjr, iiecoiding tp  ,i despatch from Chefoo. Tide niovu-  ment'is connected with the lopnrtod  intention to eflect u liiiulinj;  north of  ,������������������ , r  Saddle L?.iy.' (.living to heavy weather  it is dillicult to pioeced. ' A ballio  iu  expected. ��������� ,      ,  ''A dc-p.iich  from  London s.-ivs tli.it  it is understood itli.it if the  J n pun etc  ,ue successful in .Munchm ia stops will  betaken   to  g .nil against  the pos&i-  , i  liility. of Iluasin 'iig.nn, ,issiiniingr 11  doniinent   attitude  in -th.i't   p.nt,  of  -,,   ���������      '��������� '    ;������ ���������  Chinese ten itoiy- ;'        " "���������",  '   London,1  "\r.irch_ i���������The    Kiissiiin  .mib.iss.ulor , to   gie'.it   Britain'' tod.iv  *- i ^ ��������� -  r\isked   King  Edw.ird ,iind- pieeCiTtcd  his majesty with   ,m .uitogi.iph   lettci,  fiom   tlie'C/.ir,  in   nnswei    to  King  (    .       A . '     ^  Edw.ird-*-'lettei, in which   in the most  , ��������� (f   -',     ,  fiiendlv tei niSj   he ciiipji.isi/cl Gie.it  13ntain's  complete  nciili'.ili^ -dm ing  i        , -  the Russi.tn;J,ip,iiicievi\.ir and ti listing  tlint'the C/..iirw.-*'uld   p.iy no attention  to tlie piess  lepoits'inliiii.iting cli.it  Gic.it Biitnin was iiotnuuti.il  ' ritri--',' March 4.���������0/lici.il 'ciicf,  hote ecu in the \i-jit oi the Ktiasi.in  iinihiisaudor to G:c.it 13i it iiii to King  I'M win ll today.in indication of .1 bettci  uticleivsi::in.liliy   between   Russia,t.ind  ' . c A  Great   Uiitain   in relation  to the  fa:  ,     ,   i. ' v  ind aie  convinced  be con lined   to  ���������I'  t'.t-stern  i| nest ion,  now that the war will  Niiasiii.aiKl Japan."  t '.  ',   l'oit Said, .Mnroli'4.���������Adniiial Wiie-  r ,    - i    ������������������ i -   til.  111111'*?(|UiidiOii. of Russian waislups  leaves heie toinoirbw lor (J.iili/.'       t,  *f '"'.���������*-  { Ohefoc, i Maioli    1 ��������� rii\-    .Japanese  criiia'eii escorting ten ti.uisports lia\e  bceii sighted 'steiiming in the dnection  t ' r     X- A I  of the Gulf of Lino Tung. t It is e.\-  pectedbthe diseinbui-k.ition will be at  fcjadille Bay. '     r  \- ' '      ���������    .        .     '  ������        ���������  ", Beiliii,    Arnich-, -1 ��������� The    Cliincsc  iV.iniilcr liei*-* tJilav stated that Chin-  '    ,   .    ' . ���������   v  eso tioopi weie being sent  into JLui-    '-  AIM-  Stoves and "Ranges   for/Wopd or Coal in'Sizes j.  S, <*f  /-'-  i    ,      '9.   'O, at from $15.00 up.    ' ,' ''&$  /'; - ,'   ''SKATES   _ ' i ;|  Extra values in Skaujs'ancl Jarye variety to choose'from: y&,  ect"'     VharnXss *'. ' ; I  m      ��������� '        '(,.'��������� ������      >   -      -     m  C>,.Team JTame-- 101 Lunilieiing. Kaim'aiid Di.iy W,iu;k.    Single 1 Iannis  Q  Q' -fiJi   ExpiLsi and   Oi iving/lloi -c  Blankel's '\Vliipi,"elc. '     ,���������      Q  ���������^ W.hite'cind Granite'Enamel Wari^, Crockery ancl Glass- p|  '*-*  '-���������   -ware. ,'Full stock of,Groceries at <     1$1  chin ia bccatise China ,w.i-i.t'oii> Iiiced  Ghat the  sueeetsftil pai ty  10 the   wai  would alien.pt'to -sei/.e her lemtoiy.  1  Pajja, March I1���������Lc Clair  publishes  des|i.ituh from  St. I'cteisbuig whi'jh  be  a des  is  says  J-tiissiii's in my   f.u   east  will  :]2,"),000 stiong by'Apul.   ���������     .    ���������'���������*  OCKEY.;  LIMITED. '  DEPARTMENT    STORE  .*>.  mers  iscuits  Perfection in the- manufacture of high-classt  ���������cake and biscuits1 has been reached, by 'J*  Huntley and Palmer, .manufacturers of  "biscuits and delicacies by special'warrant to  King Edward VII and the Royal  Family.11  No   Finer   Confectionery  For luncheon or afternoon teas. We have  them in all the newer makes : Maitre de  hotel, President Wafers, Dinner, Navarre;  Coronation, Philippine, Ratafias, Albert,  Cam bridge-Wafers, Shortbread, De Jeuner,  Osborne, Monarch, Arctic Wafers.'  New Delicacies  t.  Waldorf Chop' Pickles, Walnut Catsup, Heintz India  Relsh, Queen Olives, Durkees' Salad Dressing, S. W.  Asparagus, French Peas, Canned Sugar Beets.  Jpos������e^ Blaekwell's J?ras and .Jellies;.  tone's-California ] Preserves  urne  LIMITED.', t'  I !.  ���������-- ^I!  Millinery and Dressmaking Departments on Second Floor ���������*���������������������������'-{  C. P. R-.Wins from'City by Six  e   to Two. "i  A haul fought and   and   inteiesting  game of hockey was pl.ned at the link  last cioiiing between teams lepiesent-  ing the city and  C  V. Ii., the liuc-up  being aa lollowa ���������  Citj,   " C   P. 11  Allinn (eapt)    -    Goal   -, -     Woods  IT. Sawyi'i  "   -     Point      -     McO.inn  R  iMcDuiiald    Co\er pnmt      Bnwden  >,\\.\n  -    -    - Knvi'i    W   Raibei  (capt)  W   Bow,    -      Lett \N nig    -    .1   Allan  Jl. Bewsj -    - Kight wing -    -    -   Cao  ]n   Suthoilaiid    Centie        Cliambuib  Kek-iee - O. G. McDonald.'  Fiom the face-oil the game wns fast  and the puck ti'.uelled lepcatcdly fi om  end to end each side being determined  to   win       The   play   was   s0111ewh.it  rough  and .on   se\ernl   occasions, 'lhe  players were heaped up in-piles of four  or more.      J)i. Siulierlan I'left the ice  aftei but a few mi'iutes  play, baling  wicp hcd his knee and his place was  taken by T. Pettipiece . v  Jn the fit-t half Barber got (low 11 to  business and made se.vei.il eleier runs,  which ieeulted in"the addition of fom  11101c goals to the count of the C. P. Jt.  bovs the citv bo\s iiiakiiii; a number  1 " .     * - .  of   shots   011  goal,   which   was   well  guarded b.v Woods, the rubber failing  to find ii place in the net  Though   the score indicates a  had  defeat the game throughout was very  evenly contested, and considering that  the C. P. R. was upheld by four of the  senior team as against two on the city  side a more even <coie may  be looked  for when thej again meet, as the latter  will then probably by strengthened by  Edwnriis and Wickens.  INDUSTRIAL NOTES.,  A*Vernon possesses a tirst-cl.iss machinist, .in Mr. Rogers. , A model- on-  gine which he bus built with his o"wV  hands is 11 wonder of the mechanic'^  art. Mr Rogers makes a specialty of  bicycle work and is crowded up with  machines for repair tor the coming  season.- His shop is specially well  equipped 'for repairs of engines and  ���������boilers.-  '--. ������������������    '"  BOARD QF< TRADE  River Improvement.'Mail* and  Railway Grievances.  A'meeting ol the' Boaid nf Tiade  wa-, held Th'uiMlay niudit at which it  was le-olied tu 111 go mi thorium in 1011  goici nineiil the niipniieiiieiit "f the  liiei'.it A11 ou head. Heu'lsi'iko and  (he uppei iiiei,and al-o (u'.'siilisidi-o  the p'id[)0*:ed tiainway pa it Death  Lipids i '  It wa--decided to anaintinue Iclui-  bo\ accommodation Im  l!e\i'lstnko.  The matter of inducing the ItiAit  Noithoin to build a Jii.inch to Anow  lakes -0 that thej could li.ne I'nm-  liiuiiication with the lakes and l!e\el-  stoke was discii���������.ed and action wfll be  taken  ' The pi evident, M ������.���������-������������������> rs. W. M  Lawienoetand C B Iluine weie '.i)i-  pointed a coniniitteo to go into the  laiiway giiuianccs ol Umclstoko and  biing the matter under the notice of  thc> railway commission lor adjust-  inent. -""'  President M. .1. 0'J3iieir was in (),t>  chaii.  -Headquarters for- G-rbceries  Stoves, Hardware, Harness," etc.  (*���������'  Colds Are Dangerous.  How otti'ii vou hear it remarked:  "It's only :i cold," and .1 few (1 iys Into  learn that the man is on his hack with  pneumonia. This is of sti'.h ctiimntui  occui teuce th.it a cold, however slight,,  "hiuild not be ilisregmded. Chamberlain'.-. Cough Remedy countei acts anv  tendency tuw.ud pneumoniu.' Ir, iif-  w,iv> ernes and is pleasant lo lake.  Km- sale l>v .ill druggists."  Ti-Gntbsi.  Canyon'to Bullion."  COUGH REMEDIES  AT BEWS  BABY'S. OWN .COUGH SYRUP .  An ejicellent cine for baby'H cough.  Ll NSEEp; L1G0RIGE & GH LOROD YNE  A,"iF,oi- older childionaind'adtilts.,  'SENEGA  '"% The c\cr-rcHuble lemedy, rolievch  hoai-HCness nt once.  ,    WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.",.  Dru0s)^t.AndSt4ttlonotx'A *     ;  ���������^.l'Albert-. I ]������aii ir(ior^promi)tl*fflllcrf.-   '     Nl-xfHume's.'  DispeusiiiR u Specialty.  li-'".' -.. .��������� White 'and-Colop.eiiawnJiouses' ':,\ IZ  V ��������� Corset Covers, Skiptsl ^ . / \ a "  -:<y'z: Drawefs and "Night Gowns',r"  .   Light and Dark frM    \ : -   .  1     Table Linen and Napkins -\ /'s,:  Sheetings and Bedspreads     , ���������-���������".;  Laee and Poptieps Curtains  -'l'he-e aie all new and bought in the be-t m.nket.  Piic  liaht.  REiD &'YOUNG,  Diy Goods Meich,int������, Revelstoke. 15. U. ,  (       1  GENTS  Wc   h.ivc  just   received a consignment  of   Boots'  a nil Shoes,   Mats   and   Caps,    Hosiery   the   latest  t)Cb GIVE US A CALL  Our   customers   will   do   well   to   note   that ��������� with  every bar of laundry soap  ;   We. Give Away.-a Towel. {  Our line of Groceries cannot be beaten in  British  Columbia.      Our   Crockery   stock   is .complete   in.  all lines.';    - k   -   . .        ' "\ TILE KOOTKNAV MAIL  '' '  JAPAN CONTINUES HER VICTORIE  "Fussian Fleet Bottled Up at Port'Arthur���������Terrible Condition  of the Russian Army���������Ravaged by Disease and Want  , ���������      ������    of Supplies-flap's Destroy Siberian Raiiwa'y "  ; ' ��������� .   ��������� ���������Capture'of Port Arthur Expected ,    '  ,    ���������Ja������p's   Will' Blockade   \ ,   "   -  '    ' '  - Vladivostock.  -, - r"  Taii-.' I'*eb "27 The St   PeteNuiiu   ^between Seoul and rthc   Y.ilu'i i\e  'coiii'spoiident ul'lhe lM,uiiii)'tclegia|ih-   Sunday met a l>od> of Kiismiui c.nalry  that    llie    l!u-**-i.in     11 ui-ei, " Oiiniti (   *jout������ ninth   of   I'mg Yiiny f.nul dime  'JAiiiskni   I1.1- e.iptiiinl   thiec -te.iiuoi**- i ihem back.    It I- estimated that *-i\ty  Jlying   the   Unti-li   Hug.   which   weie,  taking 10,000 luii-ul' co.tl'lo .Nagasaki.  The l\ii--ian   citiUer   Im-   been in the  l!e-d *-ea -ince the win began.   ,'  i      , The   corie-piiiidont    luilhei    as-eil-  timt ,Kiis*-i!i'*- plan   of cauipaign   con-  template**-'    the   letiiemetu   ,ot ��������� then  troop- without   oppo-ing the .Inpaiie-e  laiuling. iiiul when -utlicient rcnitiuco-  juents   iii'iive   the   ntVen-ive    will    he  ' taken and Poit Arthui will be leheicd.  Tiikin. Im'Ii. 27���������Ail ollicial lepoit of  ,t  TiV-'d.i.vV bat tlu* oil' roit-Arthui sa\s  nil   of '"th"   ciew*  'on,the   meichanti  ve-.-ei-, wliieh'weie bunk   pe.ii the enhance   ol,thei port  e-ciipcd,; thatUie  loi'iieiki_ flotilla   wie*- .uiilialined     The  ' t 'lepoil   adds 'lhat vthe^-inking of'the  'r.   fcteiiiner-did nut block lhe entian'ce uf  ,   the liuiboi ��������� 'A   Hn-4ji.ui   toipedoboat  ' lle-tiuyei   ������.i-  sunk   in   Pigeon ' I5n,\  1      The .lap.'ino-e' fleet  su'siamed no ilam-  ,-ii;i'aii(l did'not lo-eu -ingle man  '_   New Voile  rcb ���������27���������A   de-patdAto  the Win 111  -ay-,that   it-cm be stated  'that t he piehiiiinarie- ol  the .lapane-e-  '  campaig'ii     li.no    deiolfiped     to * tat  ns tu leiidei   piacticully   unpo'-ible u  "fin inulaIde   mv.i-itlii   oi   Koiea  by the  Ji'ii-siaii-.       The   'jnpaneso    piemen t  ���������position has been   gamed   by.s-tiategy,  null skill o'l the highe-t ouler    ,> ���������  A St   l'oteisbuig. Feb. 27���������The dc\-|iei-  site iniimiei in which tlTc Japane-euie  l-etuiiiing to Ihe attack at 1'ort Aithur  in spite oi their lepeated   icpiij-cs lia-  COii\ meed    the    militaiy    iiuthontie-  '���������'lioittli.it  their   main   obicctne  point  .is to. hopele���������l\, ciipple  the   Ku-sian  Meet,'in oi'lei m --ecuie   ah-nlute   Ivee-  tlom   in    dieeniliaikation     of   tioop-.  '   Ifor tin- len-on the I-tiis-ian coiiiiu.uid-  '    ri i- caiefully uiiaidini; again-t evpo*���������1  ing lu- (-hips,   keeping-   them   in   the  haibor undei the guns of the fmliliea-  a tions ', '  ' A doubt e\isl-'a- to ������ hethe'i^the  ������l.ijiane-e ieiillyde*igii tn land ne.u  J'oi't Ai thin   and iinest the citv.    The  ni'ilhi'i itie- iidinil   thev  aie   emisidei-  ������.       - * ,  jibl\ niy-tifu'd. but the pieiaihng opinion is that the Japanese w ill not haz-  jud a landing at this *?t;me of the  ciimpaign  Pint Aitluii. 1'Vb. 28���������Theie hits  been no change in the situatiim heie  in the pa-t two days The sea being  veil uuigli lendeied attemiits to land  Hie impossible '  E>t. Petei-burg. Feb. 2S���������An   nftirial  ' despatch   icceived   today  from   Major  I'lug. lepoit-   that   Ku���������inn  mounted  tloops- h.i'.e entered Coiea.   ,  London. Feb. 28���������Yl;iiliv*.-=t( ck h.u-  been Dim'kaded byn Japane-e fleet since  Thuisday iiccouliug to,a de-pntch re-  ceiied heie.  et. Petei-burg. Feb.28���������A despatch  received heie states that an advance  sru-iul of Kussian cii\:iliy wliich pene-  ti.ited Coiea had an encounter with a  detachment of the Japane.-e and that  the latter weie compelled to retienr,  A body of cavalry -and infantry stalled  in puisiiit with an older to occupy  noi t hern Corea  Seoul. Fei) 2S.��������� Details of a skirmii-h  at Ping Vail',' ln-t Friday show that  SO Hiissian einalryiueii appioiiehed  the .lapane-e camp and tiled A -harp  fu.-iliide took place and the I-iti.--inn-  it-tired.  St. Petersburg, Feb. 20.���������The ,>viat  to-day .-iiyd it considers China a aecret  jilly of Japan, and timt, like America  and Oreut liiitain, it will doeverytliing  possible to injure Kimsi.i. The paper  adds that China will eventually become  an open enemy, and Hii-wiun authorities in the f,u cast are taking precautionary measures to ward oft an attack  of the Chineie.  St. ��������� Petersburg, Feb. 20.���������Gptienil  Stoe-sel, commander of the garriaon  at Port Arthur, has issued a general  order'directing the attention of tic  troop.i and inhabitants to the fact that  the Jipaneie intend to land and seize  the ..fprtress, failing which they will  destroy the railway and withdraw ;  tliatyfherfc^is no' way but but' to fight,"  (hou-and ,l.ipiini-e lioop- lime landed  -   .. i  at Chemulpo.  The J.ip.ini-e f-ailois   who'manned  e  tlic'ineicliniit \e���������el- which weie.sunk  ut Port Arthur un landing heie binned  then head- as a maik ot di-itrinco thev  felt at the failtue of therpioject  Liao Vang. Mimchui iaj" Feb. 29.���������  Foieinnei- liiing at Vin Kow say the  Japane-e fleet .lia" icceived . oidci- to  attack and capture Pott Aithur .Miiich  1st at all eo-t-.'', ,        A  Wei llaiVei, Feb. 29��������� The Japanese licet is lepoited cuiisinsr ofV the  Shan Tung coast.  St. 'Petersburg, Feb. 29 -'fhe Bourse  Ga/qtte s.us tbeieis no' need for alarm  ,ovei.the blockade of Poit Arthui. W'.u  wi.l not end until not'a single Japanese is left alive in ICoica.  St Pcteisbuig, Fob. 29 ���������Diiect con-  iiiillation of the repot t fiom Hakodate  that Vl.idnsotock is blockaded' by  Japanese vessels cannot be obtained  here, but isconsideied not improbable  London Feb'29���������A despatch to the  Daih Telegraph fiom Van Kow dated  Febi uaiyc29th. sijs> :,, Fitteen Japanese ' -,walship- I'uiiously bonibaided  Port Ai thin fiom 10 o'clock' until 12  this moining The Hii.*-<i.in ci niseis  .Voiik.' AakokP snd Uayan, accom-  [i.inied In foili   toipedo boats, stoiined  out   to   meet  the attack  . Thei weie,  ��������������������������� - i ���������'        * ,    ,  howeici, lorced to letirc.1   The Askold  wa- , in a sinking condition. The  Xo\ikwas badly damaged and n torpedo boat was 'sunk. The Hiiisian  battleship Retvi/an .was^again tdam-.  ���������aged. The^Japaiiesc-withdiew in good  oidei, '  .>'       ' '"        "A  Jfontieal,   "March  1.���������Advices  from  and.that '-lie wifl  never give an order  to aur-recder.  Ctftfrto, JFek-2(>:��������� The .TapaneHC  in-'  fantry occupying   Ping Yang, midway ' naval estimates in the Houso of Coni-  the seat ol ������ai between Kussia and  Jap in indicate that the Japanese have  'peacefully occupied Icio Vantr, ICoiea/  and a*ic now"Jollifying the walls of the  town Tin's was the objective point of  General AMishtiehnko, ' w ho, with a  detachment of mounted Cossacks, was  expected to airne ^esteiday.  A Paiis despatch sais the'Japanese  geneial staff,has left Japan f-.������r Chemulpo, Korea, today, indicating that  all the troops tiecessaiy for the foiw.nd  movement ha\e been landed in Korea,  and it is expected that a movement of  troops forivjid will begin end of the  week With respect to the Russian  force, which,-������ill contest the way, it is  said that there will be some surprise  manifested at the strength the  Russians are able to dispose of.  St. Petersburg. ,Mnich 1���������Xo confirmation h.i- been rc-cehed here of the  reported l-omliirdment iSf Port Arthur  yesterday by the Japanese rleet.  Chinese troop- around Liao Ghe aie  lieing reinforced. The Chines comma nder-in-chief ha.- J(XX) men near  Junipin Wh, while-General Ma ha-  lo.tXX) troops. Fresh troop1- are arriving in the province of Chi Li  A despatch from Mukden. Man-  chnriii.-������av- the Japane-e are pre.itK  (!i-ooiiran">(l by their failure to block  the harbor ot  Port Arthur.  A New York World cable from  Vienna, sin*- a St Petei-burg despatch  leneivd there, ������ays that the c/ar  him.-elf desiie-to go to the far ea-t.  much again-t General Kuropatkin s  w i-he-  St. Petersburg, March I ���������Direct  tclcgra'phicadvices from Poit Arthur  make no mention of the bombardment of that place yesterday On the  contrary the advices say the Japanese  llect ha.s disappeared from the hori/on  of Port Arthur.  Tokio. March 1 ���������During the skirmish last .Sunday morning at Ping Vang  between Japanese and Russian outposts the Corean garrison lied,  Paris, March 1.���������The Figaro has a  despatch from St. Petersburg tliat  Admiral MakarofT, who supercedes  Admiral Stark in command of the  Russian squadron, arrived at Port  Arthur on Sunday, Five battleships,  three cruisers and several torpedo  boats arc to leave Cronstadt at the end  of June, and will be expected to arri-e  at Port 'Arthur by the end of September. ' -.���������������  ���������v., , J .  I/ondon, March 1.���������Discussing  the  'Trice Responsibility*'  The "price' branded  ", .   -.''  '   ' * " , ' '''  on, the sole of th  t  i J i-  year  "Slater  Shoe'*  r\ h'  ���������yir\  T7  'its  ������5.AJ.i_;,'..L-_ .i kJ  'is ',their'"(not the dop,ler-s)  valuation, * "and   th'ey ��������� k*noT7  , * y' A U "           .e weiar. rvalue  into  tliG  Fos* Men,  $4.00  C. B.(  For 'Wonnen ' ^, /��������� '  ] j  HUME & CO., REVELSTQkE  'A .   '        ��������� ������'      v*  A  . ��������� - , J-   =.  , - '  Camborne, Ao'cnts, B. 'R.1 Drew & Co.  'Ayents at Grand ��������� Forks,   Hunter,  Kendrick Co  O ,' I   .       J ,.  mons tonight.   Premier  Balfour  said  the coiintrjvcould 'not  atVoid  to lose  sicht of the"5possibility of war between  Great Britain and two giea't maiiliine  powers.        _ " ��������� ,  "Great Biitain's navy miipt.nlways be  regarded as defensive, while those of  other countiies  were  offensive.'" The  1 , '      ���������     *  vote was agieed to;       ~ y,  London,   March  1���������ft   is   officially,  announced that theDukeof Coiinaught  has been .appointed inspector general  of the fotces.'.     _ ,'    .,___  Moni'iea 1 "Maich i.���������-A St. Pete'is-  burg cable to the Xew Vbik Win Id  =avc lepoits leceived' there fiom the  troop* along the louteto Il.ubin show  a di-heaiteninu conditnui of att.uis.  Disease 1.- among the -oldiei- Snitill-  po\ i*- l.iging in ea-t Si'-cria and ha*,  -jiread among the regiment-, i.iccina-  tion being  unheai'd   of  in   the  ainiy.  Pneumonia and bionclutia aie  claini-  r  ing many ,and alioadv tlKiusmd* of  men have been lendeied unfit for *-er-  \ice by fio'-t bite. Inten-e cold, .nioie  thtiiT-ii-u.il. i-^vnei-jpnced in east Siberia and blinding snow bli/./aids are  frequent. The commissariat i- biok-  en down badly and the men often  have to sro twenty-four houi*-* at a  ?netch without loud or diink. The  St. Petei -lung conespondent of a Berlin paper de-ciibe*** the situation at  Purt Arthui as dcpeiatc. The damaged Ref1i7.u1. he states, bluck- the  Itarbor->g!'i".-t other  battleships/ that  >he can neither be repaiied nor moicil.  1  All other battle-liip-> aie landlocked.  1  Scarcely anything   i-   heard   of  the  torpedo boats. It i- assumed they are  without ammunition.  A rumiir wa<- current in the Iobhyrof  the Hoiwe of G nimon>- in London today that Port  Arthui  had   fallen, but  no confirmation was obtainable,  i  Information reached Pari- today  from ofiicial source- -howini; that the  Japane-e conreiiti.itioii of troop- is  eoing 011 evteii*-ively in the iicighbour-  \hh*\ of Ping Vang, Coiea. Large  force- are di-cmb.irking from transport-at nearby )iort-. from which it i.-  .1���������'inn ���������'! that an ('Vtcii'.iv-i'l.md engiiw-  nicnt i- iiiiminciit in northern Korea.  Wa-hington .\farch 2.���������Advice"- aie  to the ettci't that the landing of Japanese troops on the Li.i" Tung peninsula  and the li'iriiining of the hind inve-t-  nient of Port Arthur wijl not In-gin for  a fortnight.  Tokio, March 2.���������A telegram received here t'"!ay in official r'liartero  states that thf trans-Hil^'rian railway  lietween H-irbin and Nikolisk has  lieen destroyed for a distance of .1 mile  and 11 rjtiiirtfr. Thi" cut off com.  niunication  with   Vladivostock.  Tok'c Muroh 2.���������The main Russian force is concent rated at Lino  Yong. ft i" believed the Ku-Miaiiit  will make the Vain River their muin  line of   defence.  Tokio, March 2.���������The  cabinet  met  tcd.iy and discu*������H''d war 4ta.Mition  mea*-uies.' Jt is iilanned to inciease  by seventyjnillion yen the amount to  be i.iised bv taxation. '  Tokio, March 3.���������The rim in force of  the Russian army is apparently gath-  ei ing neai Liao Chang,   Manchuria. ,,  Tokio. March 3.���������An ofiicial Gazette  extra ' i'rued today "aniiounces ' the  npeninir' of a special session of "the  Diet on March 18th for ten   days. "   '  Montieal, iVLnvh 3.���������A' Xew   Voik  .Heiald cable liom St. Tetei*biun -a\s  * -  fuiiioi*5 bine "-pread* through,bu-iiK'���������  ciicIo-5 that Pott   Aithur -will be aba'n-  doned to the enemy .iitci   ^inkinu the  ���������-.hips,  as  was   done  in   thc'Ciiincan  .war.'  ,    A cable   from   St.   Petei-burg   -ay*.  the  Russian-  aie   waiting   anviou-ly  for the ne\fc move  of   theJapanese.it  ���������-ea '���������ince the fleet ol the luttei ha- dis-  appe.ued fiom Poit Arthui.    Theie  i-  .111  inclination    to   believe   that    the  Japane-e   lime   been   discouraucd   by  tho failuie of tlieir tact ie-and jieihaps  by lo���������es they li.-ne not announced.  Riis-ia'- 'jil.m foi checking the  Jap.me-e lam'l advance in northern  Coiea i*������ believed to have" been perfected. Kveiy enemy of the .uithoii-  tie; 1- now being directed to "prevent  a blockade of the Siberian tailvvay.  London. Maich 3.���������A leport from  Chefoo states that the Japanese seem  to have decided to advance along the  river road fiom Seoul, which they ha)ke  already left. When they reach the  Vain river, they will threaten Kirin,  cutting the railway and menacing  Vladivostock) wlii'e another force deals  with tbe Lino Tung peninsula.  * cLondon, March 3.���������Count Beachun-  dorf, the Russian ambassador, had a  conference today with the King and  foreign lecretnry Lansdowne.  THE CITY EXPRESS  ���������*.       "   '- '  E. W. B^ Paget,.Prop>/  -     ,      A .   ,     ' ' A '*   '  Prompt delivery ,of parcels, baggage,  etc , to any part'of the City. *  ������', ,  ->        , '���������*., *  Any Kind of Transferring'  .   *: . Undertaken.^   ->-.  All oiders left at R^M/Smythe's  Tobacco Stoie, or by Telephone, No. '  will recehe prompt attention.     ,*-   K  Trademarks  and Copyrights  obtained ill all countiiL's.  PATENTS  ��������� obtained in all c  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  1    Registered Patent Attorney    ���������,  Mechanical AUornoj and Knginucr.  Room 3,1'nii Ili'ld^Block, Granv illc st.. near P.O  VANCOUVER,   B.' C.  A postc.ud will sccuic'aii evening appoint  meat for tlio>e w ho cannot cull during the da}  vJt*  Your  ar  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mall Lines.  Choapest Ronto to tho Old Country.  ALLAN IASK.  Kroin Si. John. ir,illfa\, PoitUnd, New Vork.  l'retorl.iu       Keb. 8  Ijiurentlitn        Feb IK  Icmiln yob. 22  Sicilian    Keb. 27  llar.irInn M.ir. .'1  DOMINION l.IN'K-Kroin I'orlliiiul.  f'ttiinda Keb. li  Dominion Keb. 27  CaiU(U Mar. 12  CAN. I'AC. ATLANTIC S. S.-Kiom St. John.  r^ikc .Miuiltnlm Keb. l>  .J^vkfl Cliiimpliiln     Keb. 20  Ivike Kric    M*r. j  WllITK STAlt I.INE-Krom New York.  Majcitto Keb. 3  Oceaiilu     Keb. ID  <>ltl(! Keb. 17  fwlric Kob. 24  Majfillo Mnr.2  OUNAItl) LINK-Krom New York.  Ktrurla Keb. 6  t/mbrli Keb. 111  frernl* Keb. 20  (;������ni[i������nlii .' Keb. 27  Ktnirln      Mnr.fi  PaHHenKera tlckntMl throuuh to all part* of  Oreat llrltaln and Ireland, and at npoc!allr low  ratei to all part* of th* European continent.  Appljr tonearent railway or it������������m������hlpagent or  to  ?  T. W. I1UMUV, A������oot. B������T������lsteb������  W, f. F. CUMHINOC,   Paelfl* Agaat.  Don't be satisfied to work  along- in the same old way  for low wages. We can  help you carve out a successful career. Thousands  have increased their salaries  by following our plan. We  can train you in spare time,  and at small cost, for any  of the following- positions:  Hichialctl. Btclrlctl, Stein, CM, ar  Hlnlaj EiglMir;  EkMcIm; :tin������jor;  ��������� Architect; Ortfftui; SooUupir; Stets-  ���������triplur;  Ttichir;   Shsv-Cirt  Writir;  KM������ Ormer; ir U WrttK.  'Wrlla TODAY, (tatlnr which po.l-  tton Interenta jrou* to  INTERNATIONAL  Csrresppndencc    Schools  B*x 799. SCIANTON. T&.     -  OR CAKbOS 010 LOC41 ������������������ ���������*������������������*��������� tSMTATITli  |    S. H. KRUGER,  Box 415. Nelson, B. C.  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal ot.  ,j Minerals on Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the  Northwest  Territories and,-'  '   tho Yukon Torritopy.     ' '  Coal ���������Coal lands may be purchased ,at ���������  (10 pei acie toi .soil coal and ?20 Ioi an-  tlnaolle. Not nioie than tUO acreb can  be ncquiied bj ono indliidual oi com- ,  pany.' Koyalty at tlie into o������ ten coma  per ton ol''2,0U0 pounds shall be collected.  on the g*ioss output.     *       ' ,   ,  ,      r  Quai l/..���������Poisons oC'elshteon years,'nn<J(-' ^  over' and joint block companies  holding ���������  tree miner'b ceitlllcalob may obtain entry  for a mining location. .        J  A fieo miiici's ceiillicate Is grunted for  one oi moi a yen-*, not cxceodliiff live, upon pa.Miient In advance of ?7.30 per annum lor an individual, and liom $30 to  tlliO per nuiiiim lor a company, accoiding  to capital. r'  A lice miner having dlscoveied mineral  in place, may locale a claim 1500x1600 foot  b.v mm kins; out tlio bame with two legal    ,  posts,   healing   location   nollcos,   ono   at  each end ou the line of the lode or vein.  The claim bhall bo rccoiUcd -within lit- ~"  teen days IL located within Ion mllob of a-  mining   lecouler'b   ollice,   one   nddillonal  day .aliowe'd   lor   o\eiy   additional .ten.  miles oi   linr-llou.    Tlio fee lor lecoidlng'  a claim is $3. , ��������������������������� '     i .'jit  At leabt muO must be expended on the  claim each year or paid to the mining le-  coidci in lieu theieol. Whon $300 has been  expended or paid, tho locator maj', upon-  having a suiiej* made, and upon complying with other lequiicmciilb, puichase"  theiland at $100 an acie. ( , '  Peimibsion may, bo gi anted by tho Mln--  Ister of  the Inteilor    lo    locate   claimw  containing lion and mica, albo copper, in-  the Yukon Teirituiy, of an area not exceeding ICO  acies. . ''  The patent Ioi a mining location shall  piovidc Ioi the pajment ot royalty on the  sales not exceeding live per'cent.   ' ' ���������  '    Placer Mining, Manitoba and'tho NYC.   *  T.,    excepting    the    Yukon    Territory.���������'���������  Placet   mining  claims  geneially are   100*'  feel   squaie;. entiy    foe,- J5,   renewable    '  yearly >    On   the   Noith    Saskatchewan  River claims Ioi eithei bar or bench, the'  fonner being 100 feet long and extending .  between high and low watei   maik.   Thtr-  lattei  includes hat  diggings1,' but extends  back to the base ol,thc hill or bank, but  mot  exceeding 1,000  foot.     Wheie  steam,    ���������  power is 'used, elalms-200 feet wide may-'  be  obtained.     , ,- '  Dredging  in   tho   livers  of   Manitoba.-'  and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukois  Temtoiy.���������A fiee miner may obtain'onlv-  two leases of H-Tc miles each for a teim.'  ,of twenty yeais, renewable in the discretion  of  tlie Minister of  tho Interior.   -       ,  Tlie lessee's right is confined to the sub-   '.  merged beds oi   bars of the liver below-  low water maik, and subject to the lights -'  of all poisons who,haver or who may receive  entries for1 bar diggings  or bench '  claims,'1 except-on     the     Saskatchewan  River,  wheie  the  lessee  may  diedge  to-   '  .hiirli watei maik on.cach alternate lease-  'hold. ��������� s ,-A    ,,-  The lessee shall have a diedge in operation within one season from tho date of Xi  the lease tor each live miles,  but .wheie. ,  a poison or company has obtained moro  than'one leabo one diedge for each flf-"  teen  'miles    or    fiactlon    is    sufllcleiit-  Rental, $10 per annum'for each milo o������~  liver leased    Royalty at the late'of two  .and a half per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000. ,  Diodglng in tho'Yukon  Territory.���������Six:', '*  leases of five miles each'may be granted;'   .  to -a, free imlner  for a  term   of  twenty  yeais, also lenewable.    ' ���������.  Tlie   lessee's   light'is   confined   to   the"   ,  .submerged bed or, bars  in  the  liver below   low  water mark;  that  boundaiy ,to ���������  be llxed, by its, position on the 1st day ot  August in  the year of  the  date  of the-  lease.  '��������� _ ,      .    I  The lessee shall have one die'dge in bp-  eiation^within  two yeais liom  the date-    ,  of   the   lease,   and   one   diedge   foi   each  live   miles   within   six   yeais   fiom   such ���������  date.    Rental,($1U0 por mile Ioi   the fnst-  jeai,   and ������lu per mile  roi   each" subsequent j ear. Kojaltj, same as placei mining.  Place! Mining in tho Yukon Teiritoiy-  ���������Cieek, uvei ,gulch and hill claims shall,  not exceed 23u leet in lengui, measuied  on the base line or gcneiul' dneclion ot  the cieek oi gulch, tlio width being Horn  1,UIW to 2.UW teet All other placei claims  shall be 200 teet squaie.  Claims aie mat ked by two legal posts,  ,  one at each end, Dealing notices.   .Entry  must be obtained within ten ua>s, it the -  claim is .within  ten  miles  ol  mining le-  coiders   ollice.    One  extia  day   allowed A,  for each additional ten miles or fraction.  ���������   The pel son ui compan*, staking a claim -  must hold a Hee iniiiei s ceituicate  The discoveiei of a new mine is entitled -  to a claim of l.uoo leet in.lungtn, and lithe party consists ol two, l,5uu leet altogether, on the output of which no royalty  shall  be  chaiged,   the lest 'ot   the parf-'  oidinary clamib only.  Kntiy lee, ������lu.   Royalty at the rate of-  two and one-half pel   cent on  the value  ot the gold shipped irom the ifukon Territory to be paid to the (Jompti oiler.  '   No fiee miner shall leceive a giant of  mote than one mining claim on each sep-  erate river, cieek or gulch, but the same  miner  may  hold any  number  or  claims  by purchase, and lice miners may woik-  Jheir   claims   in   partnership    bj    Ming -  notice and paying lee of fi.   a claim may  be abandoned,  and another obtained on.  the same cieek, gulch or rivei, by giving ���������  notice and paving a lee.  AVotk must be done on a claim each  year to the value or at least IMU. y  A certificate that woik has  been done  must be obtained each year; ir not, the* >  claim shall be deemed to be abandoned,  and open  to occupation and entiy by a-  fiee miner.  The boundaries of a claim may be de--  flned   absolutely    by   having    a.    survey  made and publishing notices in the Yukon  Official (jazclie.  Hydraulic   Mining,   Yukon  Territory.���������  Locations suitable tor hydraulic mining^  having  a   rrontage  of  Horn  one   to  live  miles, and a depth ol one mile oi  more,  may be leased lor twenty years, piovided.  the giound  has been piospected  by the-  applicant oi his agent; is tound to be unsuitable tor placer mining; and does not  include within Its boundaues any mining-  claims already gi anted.   A rental ol $15o  for each mile ot liontage, and loyalty at  the iale ol two and one-naif per cent on -  the \aiue ui the- yoid shipped from the-**  Tenltoiy aie chaiged.    Ui.eiations must  be commenced wunin one \ear from tha-  date ol the le.iie, and not less than $5,000  must  be  expended  annual!*,.    The   lease  excludes all base mcials, quaitz and coal,  and piovides toi the withdiawal ol unop-  eialed  laud   foi   agileultural or  building-  purposes.  Petioleum.���������All  unappiopnated  Dominion  Lands  In  Manitoba,   the 'North-west  Teriitories and within the Yukon Territory aie open, to prospecting tor petroleum,  and  the minister may reserve for  an  Individual  or company    having    machinery   on   the  land   to   be  pmspected,  an area  of ,040 acies.    Should  the  prospector discover oil in paying quantities,  and satisfactorily establish such discov- **-  ery, an area not exceeding Wi> acies, including the oil well and such other land  as  may  be  determined,  will  be "sold  to-  the  discoverer  at  the  rat* or  tl 00  an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate as ���������  may be specified by order-in-council..       ; '  Department   of   the   Interior,   Ottawa,   '  Sept., 1901  JAMES A. SMART  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  The Muster Mechanicu Pure Ti������r Po^p heals;  and sortenR theekin. while promptly cleanHlng*  it of urease, oil, rust, eU*.   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Phone No. 13        P. 0. Box No. 70  NOTICE.  '  NOT It i: i. heroin fjiten thai ilnrit d.it- after  11 dale Iiiuend to .ippl.t tn the I'lnef I'omini--  -itincr nf r..iij(I- .md Work- f(,r a -pecial hcen-t  to cut anil cam hu.ij limber fu.in the Aill-nt uu  desci.beil l.iii(U-itiute.ibjiitntHre.tiid a Inili  mile- fr.ini ihe month or Half Win free.!., lippjr  Arntt Like  B.C.  Timber claim   ctnimi'iicnu-  at   \o    1   po-t  iiiiiniiii;.ibij|ii tttehe .mil a 1 ,ilf mill- more o  e - fii'in ihu iiuinili ,-,f Half W.ij ('reel-, tli'cnci  ,������u-l (0 .-Ii.iiii-. lheiicc nol tli  il chain-, tlifiiti  e.i-t SO eh nn- thence -omli Hi chain- in pl.to  (if commencement  v  Dated tin--lib d.t.t of Nmu'nucr ATI  ('   J  1'XU  Mcl'Hi;i!SO.S\  MISS SUSAN. B.  ANTHONY.  ,    NOTICE.  VfOTIl'I- iilieiclu* citcn ih.mliirtt d,its,liter  i\ date I intend tn ap|jl> in rhu c'lnof ( i*in-  iiii���������iniici "f Land- and Work-'for n --peuial  liu n-c tn cut and cur*. ntt.it tiinbei from llu  follow iiirfde-ciihcil liiiid--itu Ui'.ibout fourlira  ubd one ciirlitli mile-, mure oi le-- frum the  iniiiitli nf Halt W.i.t Creel, Upper Arrow Like-,  n V <���������  'Timbei chum coniinoncini*- al po-i markoi  ��������� N'o. I Po-t.' nbmit fouiiee.i and one cikIuIi  mile- ni'nc oi Ic��������� fiom tiie muiitliol Half Wat  Creek, then -U I'lcliam- north, thence 11,0 (-hnn'  e.i-t, thence II) chain-' -outh. llicncu I Ml cli iut���������  we-t in p' ice of coiiimw.ceiiieut ,  Jl.ueil tln-L'-ith dm ur N'oteinbi'i, \ D.IHOi.  <��������� ' '      '     T,  1)011111 ,  NOTICE.  >JOTIl']' i- herein niten ili.it tliirtt dm- nliei  ���������i" tlaic [ inti'iul to .ipplt tn ilieClnefl niuiiii-  -lonerol Lniiil- and 1Viul,>- foi a -puci il litrn-i  to cut andcant att it tinibei frmn tin- fulliiuiin-  rie-ciihuri lam1- >-iuiai.' nlmii: i-ifilil (M -uiIo���������  from tin. inoulli of Iliilf Wat Cieek, Uppli  Arrow L ike-. 11 C 'r  Tiinhcr claim (Oinmeucin^ ut po-t niaikud  ' T H Vo. I P.i-i '' alioiii oii'lil mile- more oi  ic-- from the month ot liiilf Wat Creek, lhe ice  ca-i i'l chain-, thence -oiilli M cliain- iliuni'1  'we-! SJcliriu- thence norlli S'l chain- to placi  ol cummciicenionr -, ,  n.iiul (hi.- .'Itli dai of N'oteinher. A n.lfll'l  1 r      ,' * i  V   H   bTi:W \HT  "NOTICE. '-',''  VTOTICr; i-,lii'iebt .'hen ih luthmt d,it- arter  1'    dan I intend to appit to  tlie Cliif-f  Com  mi���������mm rnf Hind- and   Woik-   for .1   -pcci il I  l't("i-e to cut aud cant awat tinibei   from   the I  lollowim.-  dc-ciibi'cl land- -mi.Hi-   aboiil   niiie |  (and a h df mile, nioie ni   Ic���������  fiom the iiuiuth  of   II,ilf,Wa\ Creek. Uppi'i   \inut Lakes. 11 (  ' Timbi'i   cliiiin  comiiii'iuiUK at a po-t mm ked  ' T   B  No. 1. ' about nine and n hair mile-more  oi .l(-t  from   the mouth  nf Half Wat   Creek  llience ID chauii-mitli. tlicnce 1W) cli mii cut,  tlience Idcliain-, noitli, thenco UjO chains west  to pl'ice ol commeiiceinent        < ���������  Dated tluAJlrd djj   of No-.ember. A  1)    l'TW  Tlie   Crviit   Ilcf orinor   nntl    II ill linn it  Champion   of   Her   Sea.., *  ,A -wonderful^ old  liuly is that fiie.it  reformer nnd billllnnt di.-uiipioii of hoi-  sex,   .lilts'* Susan ' ISiow nell   Anthony.  Born nt South Adams. Mass. in 1S120,  tins   girl   of tQuiiker' p.irenf.ige   ivti'i  early t.inglil  the  iniport;Vn(.o- of eour-  atro, self lejlancc n.id olVfliiiilvin^ and  acting lor oneself.   Indeed j-onrngu li.is  always been her strongest,chaiactcnS-  tic.    .Afiss, Aiitlioiiy's  early   education  was obtained from n school supported1  by her l.tlher for his own childicn audi  those of the neighborliood tind later al  a Qnalier boarding sdiool in \Ve--l I'lnl  adc-lpliin    At about this, time hor family  inoiod  to  I'iitloiiMll'o,  N' Y.    She  begun   teacbing   at   tbe   eaily  ago ol  fifteen,  though   this  was  unnecessary  ,i  j Mcdonald.  -   '    ' NOTICE.  .'    y -'  ATO'iiCn i- iiurobvfmcn lli.'.t llmtj d. ts iftei  Li date I u lui il toauplt in ilie Clin,. Coir  mciiruiei oT Lauds .ind Woik= foia-pici'  licen-e to cut and can*, awa- tnnbei liom,llu  follow ii'L- de-i i.bed land- -iiuatc aliniit, eletei  and a half mile- nioie oi Ic��������� frum the mmilh  of Hall Wat Cice1.. on the north -idu oT the  creek.-     ^      ,     , i  Timbei ci urn coniiiiencip^ ,u'[it,-i m n ked T  I) No 1 ' about L'letcn and a half mile- moie  oi le-= liom the month nf Hall'Wat Cieek  thence ninth llleliaiu- tlience enS't llilchiui-  tliencej-iiiith 11 chain- thence west 1(0 chains-  to placo ol coiiiineucei.icni.    ^ ������ '    ~  Dated tin-Jltlid.n of No\c. lbei   \  D   ln!>I  "'" ' J   Mi MILL VN'  &]ii'ci.il(.\ s.iys that it is a vi.v coiiinion  Ihing'l'or (-Inldi-cn to see visions owing  lo lhe instability ol tlieir nervous s.is-  teni.'    Ol ton   there  come   bei'oto ��������� tlieir  'cv'es lipn,ii itions'which (lie.i   flume tne  '"il     Tl.ese obiocls may dbler'at different times qr tbey may always appeal' to the child iii (be sumo l'oini.   To  these vivid impics-jioiis of wliich  tbe  child himself is only conscious are attributed tiie tiiiie.isuning lcars and (errors which occur in some cliildien and  which patents 'li'nd it so dillicult to account lor.    The nervous (liild is tilled  witli, lo.irs. and the ridicule to which '  ho is subjected when be displajs these  causes him to enduie Ins niisenes in sl-  Ioiko 'ofton(ime.s,  and   thus  lie is do-  prncd of the comfort and compassion',  to ivhich'he is justly entitled.   Not only  should  his  tears and  fioubles/bc  regarded with ,i lender and enlightened  .sympathy m order io give him com tort,  but   to   banish   the   baiielul   reaction  which tliey occasion in his brain    Tlie  temptation   lor   tlio   we.uy   muse  or  mother ciiled out of sleep in tlie middle of tlie niubt by ihe httle (be.inier  is lo sjie.ik sli.uply and ciosslj  and to  bring the ctilpnt to it sense of .iclu.ibt.v  b.v shaking   Inn,  soundly.    It is  very  wrong to do so and is an a'dded shocU  lo the nervous system. ,  ,.-������*, ���������v---ci- --.  f>  HftYBUNG  FSLKSk  LIQUID   FILMS'..  Some     I)*i[i'M'ii>ii-iilN    Willi     KiiKlInif  >t-|.(lI-.-H,  TIii-i-:iiIh   anil   suiipsiulK.  Two Knitting needles .no att.idiod to  each oilier by two llne.ids at tlieir ends  , io iorm a rectangle.    On' dipping into  soapsuds  and   taking  out by  a   third  i thread  attached  to   (he uppc?rr needle  I the   ioi (angle   bciotnes   tilled   with   a  traiispaient fibnjike a pane of gla������s.  A' fouith, thread  attached  to  tlie   upright threads will be imbedded in  the  him in any  position  in  winch  it in.iy  -Women    UN    lilcilhillmerN.  Not so veiy Jong ago (he licensed  woman einbabiier was so iare as io uk-  cite lorn,irk. ,. Xow there are enough  women rogulai ly established in Ihe  calling to w-.irr.int their having an independent' association aiu^ registered  he.Kkiiiarters. The woman' einb.iliiier.  like tlie trained muse, goes oiC many  out of town missions and must be  ready to answer a_ summons whether it  conies at midday or midnight. _So the  'associations headriuarleis, wheie her,  telephono and veibal calls can be*-re-  ceived-and .insweied propeily, oiler  an .advantage. ' Soveial women etu-  baliueis, h.iic tlieir sigiih out lor_gen-  oral business, but the. majority- work  iu co-operation with nuclei takers, just  ns tlie'trained nurses dopen'd on phy-r  siciitns'to send them ca'-cs. The high  ��������� class uiidertakeis's.ty'that women cni-  balmers are'now essential to their business. -; .     ',,       .   -'*"'  '. -���������     **  I  Wm. Fleming,  i    r   -Whole-ale and Hit.nl /   ,"   '   ,'  y Isat'-Merehaiit. '������������������.;  Fish   and-Game   in-Season,  First St:,1 Revelstoke  SUSAN BROW'XKLL A^^JI0^'Y. ���������)!  nt the  time. ' When  she   was  about ���������  'eighteen  jcars old,  howcvei,' her  la-'i  ther. a'.cottoif nianiilacluior ol consul; I  eiablo wealth, lost e\ory penny ol  bis'  fortune.    The teaching bad lo be con- I  tinned, and,it was twelve .u-ais later j  before Miss Aiitlion*t,iga\e up lhis_Jinc  ot work for tlie one tt liich  Ifa'-Aiiada  her so well Unow'ii'-all over-lhe woi Id  She   was   teaching^aw ay* trqm ' borne  when the,fust woman's rights coii'-en-  tion .was called  at   Itocheslei.    Later  she became liiterestedin its cause and  has  e\er since  been, its   most  anient  siipportoi.    In   ISoi!   she  aided   in  or-  gii'tiizing the bisi State Woman's Temperance society (New   York).' vSbe became  active ,dining  the  cml   war  in  milislavery nnd woman's rights work  aiid was secivtaiy oi (he Woman'-' National Lojal league. " billing lhe early  discussions'on 'tlio., woman's  ii,opcil.\  light "bills "Miss- An'llion.i    pef-onally  cuctilaled  hiindieds ot "petition-- 'both  cml   and   political,   tiavelnig   thiough  the .state in all sorts ol .weathei anil in  all  soi ts ol   vehicles���������sometimes  e\en  tramping on  fool���������and   otten .mooting  witli 'most  disc-out aging,   eteii   insult-'  ing,  telmllsit   in   iSliS  she   loimdcd  a  women's lights papei. the  Iteiolution,  and managed it lor seteial je.us..  -There is siaicoly a state m the Union where Miss Anthoii.i lias not t\otk-  cd. and she has lectin ed w tdelj both in  Anieiica and England. Since 1SW) she  has lieoii gi anted a hearing betoie committees ot eierj congiess. During tbe  (hirtj-lour years of tlie existence of  the National Woman Sulfrago associa"-  tion she has held high ollices and is  now piesident of that organization.  Her conliibntions to leading magazines hate been many. With Mrs.  Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Mrs. Matilda Joslyn Gage sbe is joint author  of a tlireo volume work, "The History  of Woman Sultiage." _^-���������������������������r 1 ������*'��������������������������� ���������  ^.--,- . ''-"'-.    t  A   W(>m������n*������^F������reKl^ht.  While a-number of women wore discussing masculinity und masculine habits ti clever'littler creatine lemarked:  "1 cant boar'a' man who'f.u nes n  1,'Uiso and keeps his (hango in it. I  had a beau once and was road.-, to accept lhe pioposal he was about icady  to_niake i On a slioet'cii" one day I,  saw Ii j in 'take out a 'niiseiabl'e little'  pin so and se.uch its interior lor a  mine. He had some tiouhle finding it,  while tbe conductor waited impatient-  ���������iy-   ,    \ ���������   y       <-      ,    ...  "It set me to thinking, and in my  mind I could see him,opening lli.it lit-  t'e puise and suii-jnng lor a dime  when 1. as bis wile, should ask lor  tunds lorn new dic"-soi a hat.    ,  VI don't ihitik he know s'to'*this day  why'I rel used'hnn and would noteien  sidn'iil tbat he might hope"  rilAMLS 101'. Till. 1'IXiMS. '  r  happen to lall ' Unt if the lilni'.is broken below tins tin cut it will be pulled'  up into a circular arch by tbe tension'  r  ot the contracting Him above -    ',  |     The single arch may be changed to  n  double   areh  h.\ (pulling on   a   fifth  t in cad "attached  to  the middle of the (  clouilh. but the latter will  Hy back to  the foi in ol the single aich il allowed  to do* so.  ,An endless ^ (hi caddioiiped  on tliL\soap,fibn lorinfd acioss a wire ^  ling w,ill be in the posiuon in which it  liilis until lhe lilni is pncked m������ido ot-'  tlie lopji, when it at once.'becomes aa  exact circle.-New Yoik World.       '    ���������.>���������  '-5-1.-I  ' "tt.  .lit, "  ��������� "*Hi 1  '.VI  -TBT-  THE OWL.���������*?  Kn-t of .\Iol-oiis Hank       -      Iletclsioke.  For your ini-al-. 'Open day and nighi  Meals 25c and upiv.iid. Special weeUlj  rates.    Good set vice guaranteed.  YODO FUJII, Proprietor.  Seed Potatoes fop Sale  Tlie lulliiwintti.iiiorie- oi '���������rod jiotatoi'-  m.iy be bad fiom tlie undei-igiiicl ���������  Early Harvest'  Gem of Aroostook  Pat's Choice  Carman's No. 1 & 3  , The lir-t-n.inici hiclilt  recoinmonded  Oripiu.il -���������������(!  frum  D.irch A. Hunter, London  - -       See their di'-criiitue cat.ilomie-  BUSHEL,$1.50,SACK100LBS$2  Ca-li with order-. Will hcdclnured nt  I'liderti) -lation paid to Rcti'l-tokc n-  -ooii ;!���������> tt cither permit-. Knppl-, limited  First conic, fir-t served  .-iH>*i������H(irla,H?H^^ ELSON, Enderby, B C        ��������� 'i.<(������^.  A  Touch  of Yl'llolt.-  A touch of the golden hue will do  more foi the decoration of a 100111 than  any other color in it. Put tlie richest blues, reds and greens, in a color  scheme, and thc> will not hold together or look quite right until tlio necessary jellow is tlieie to keep them m  place, 10 lo speak. Yellow is the bi.ice  of all tbe colors. It is the toning up  color. The general vmlying that a  hopeiesslj "dead" looking loom most  otten wants is just a piece of sbiumg  brass or a gilt frame or ornament here  and there.  Soft, ajslhetic shades and low tones  of-oriental softness are all right and  beautiful, but tliey cannot stand alone  in the thoroughly well furnished apartment. It must have a touch of gold  here or there to make it of real value  to the eye.  If a room is furnished throughout  witli the dull shades so much In \ogue  everywhere, a pair of brass andirons  will lighten up the color scheme. They  ���������will not only do tills, but will seem to  add a greater value to the colors themselves. A .gold embroidered scarf  draped upon the mantel or over a high  backed chair might add the necessary  touch of golden lightness to a room  that needed it.  Even a bow of bright yellow ribbon  will transform a room in appearance  which otherwise would go unnoticed  for lack of just such a useful color  brace to make it right.  .    '^Iliilj^  In   DrCNS, '       '���������   *  To .^suppose*" tli.it'_ c\ on r brains   aud  fame wm!I excuse caiclessness of dress  is not only to insult our liiends; it is  tatber an evidence ol egotism. sa.\ s the  Washington Tunes    II a man extends  an invitation to a woman to accompany  hnn ,to  the  thoatei  or any   other  place ot entertainment, ho expects her  | to'appear at her  best.    lie  wants to  I (eel pi oud ol her hiinselt and to "have  1 otbeis share that pnde.   He would very  j likely lee! insulted il sbe I.uled to look  as well as he expected.   The nioie pios-  peious a   -tioiuan   looks  tho moie she  will be sought ailei. and the little accessories ot the toilet are the telling adjuncts of a woman's tout ensemble.  School iio? s AVho Xeier Pins*.    , *v*-  liroadl.i 'speaking    Geiniaii   sebo'ol-  bo.i s nctei pl.i.t. *'Thoy have no time to**'  do ���������-()    The.t 'attend day schools forlorn  ol pla.i gioands and aie so do-pei.uoly^  overweighted with Icssonslhat all tlieir^  spa ic cueigj and .utality is tisedup in'  the euilcator to get tli'iough the work  dun n.illy allotted to llieni    They ically '  hate   no   opportunity   hum   the   commencement ol   the seliool lei in to its  close,Ioi   miming or jumping, placing  at ball o> inaililes  paper chase- 01 any   ,  ot the othei aiiui-emeiits to wlucli English school I in\ ������. ns a'liile, ile\ ote vhuin-  '.selves with an eager assiduity seldom  displayed in thediy and llioiiiy pursuit  jtot Knowledge. ���������', iyyi*  1 When'a German boy exhibits sj mp-  toins of exhaustion and debility, caused  i by oyeiwoik, bis parents'oilier bim at  ; a , gymnastic   institution   and   compel  '  Iiiui   to   attend   one   or   two   eieniiig  courses    of    VNcioulilii:    calisthenics,"  i'very possibly at tlio expense ot his po-  I sition   in   Ins   class   at   school.    "Tur-  i nerei,"   lioweier,  is'hot  presented   to  bun   in   the  light of play,   but  down-  1  light hard pl13s1c.il,woik. wlnch'.inayj  be  pi-oductno ol   detelopinent  to   hia  niiisi le   and    benelit    10   his   general  health without alfoiding him any keen  .��������� sense ot iceication���������London l-jocfcty.  1*   \.  '   **,  The -\V01111111  of Iho World.  The woman ot the woi Id in the  truest souse is one of llie best fitted  for success!ul bomemaking. Tact, insight, dignity, giaco and icady sj nip.i-  thy characterize her dealings with otbeis, and now"heie aie these qualifications of more I'alue than 111 the homo,  Women's clubs urc woman's, opnortu-  jnlj for much that-is ennobling to ber-  sof? and to otheis. Like many other  useful-things, tbe piiMlege--may be  abused and degenerate into meie dissipation, but such cases are exceptional.  ScwiiiK* Oil   HllttOllH.  When sewing on buttons with holes  throiuh thein, lay a pin o\er the button, so that the thread with which you  are sewing will take 111 the pin. Alter  passing tlie thiead thioiigh the button  as otten as necessaij pull out the pin'  and wind the thiead* mound between  tbe button and the cloth. This will  form a neck for tlio button, making it  at once easier to fasten and stronger.  A  Trip  Around   the World.  Did j011  o\er plii}   the game called  trip aiound the woi Id?    It is tbe \ei-y  thing   toi   a   childien's   p.itti      Eaeli  pla\cr should be pioiided witli a *=inalf  notebook-and a  pencil     Klank dance  cards, with the tiny coloicd pencils at-  taihed, 'aie   pietty   tor   tins   pmpose.  The leaves should be iiumbcicd to correspond with vaiious articles distnbut-  ed about the 100111.   The game b* iiien  1'^ e-'C-j*? the y-?-.-!**'���������������' c",v piigUnuZT  by eai!) of tliese a nicies,    A tiny jar  ol cold cieani standi for Gieece. a i.tlu*.  latine pol of baked beans tor Bo-WS������'  a bottle 0! perl lime lor .Cologne. .1 9  gar   Ioi    Il.iiaii.i.   etc.     'I lie   guess  snould  not be made too dilbcult. but  just enough so to brush up the memo-  ties   ol   laggard   gcogiapheis      Prizes  should be awarded lo iliose who sccuie  the   gicatest   number   ot   cortect  au-  swers.  A Frum-; in ,4: 11  Sulnd.      ,  In arranging a salad consider lhat It  must be a pleasing (able decoration as  well as a palatable dish. An aitistic  and delicious salad, like 11 good soup,  may ledeeni an otherwise hopeless dinner, as it pleases all the senses and  leaves an linpiession tliat counteracts  I tie effect of badly cooked meats and  vegetables.  nnlh   TemiKri'iitiirvN.  Itoiiicmbcr Unit.-a cold Ii.it11 is one  fiom ,"i0 to 70 degrees 1'';-tepid, from  85 to !I2 degrees; warm, from !������! lo i)8  degrees; hot, 08 to J09 degrees. In'the  case of vapor baths tho warmest dc-  giee under ordinary circumstances Is  about KJO degrees.  The  Hill  of Cellar  Door.  I know a lull not far away ,  AVlieie children ,-ihtn\s Io\o to pi."v.  Tho lull is sti.iife-ln .md smooth and low;  Koi little folks ���������lis betiei so.  f  The eo-islins tliere Is \������ry nice,  AVitliont the cold of snow and ice: '  You slide in summer,  tall 01  spring, '      -  But need not bolliti sleds to bring*.  It Is the safest hill I'\e found,  Sonu'llmes- you tumble lo llie giaund,  But 'tis not far >ou have to full  And ttonld not liui 1 a child at all.   -  ' L  Its veiy near jour home, nnd ������o  Your molhu- 'II nltta>s let .ton go.  For then she knows >ou-ie 'iIkIu near br  And she can hear you If yon cry.  -So up you scramble, down jou s|i,je.  And, oil, you h:i\e a'Joliy ride!  You always ttant to play some mora  Upon the lill] of Olhir Door! 1  -Washington Star.  If wnshtub*) nre linerted-on lhe cellar Iloor'and a quint or two of water  poured over the bottom, they will uol  shrink or dry out.  Children'*   Terror*.  A ccjebrated English pliysician wiio  lias made the diseases of children bis  Chairs should be chosen for comfort  as well as for appearance. The fragile  ones that look as if they would collapse If a person sat oh them should  tind no place in the home. ���������   <  A bride should either thank pcrson-  nlly or write-notes to nil people who-  send -wedding presents.  A -well furnished house is one tliat  ���������Ditoif beauty and comfort  ,.  '���������    :   :t ���������-' i.  ���r._r ���a ,
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1 This Kootknay .Mail, .
"Phone No, 13.l       ''Kevelstoke^ B.C.
We request our numerous renders to
,.<    favor  us wlth^theii* assistnneo in
Hj   making- the KOOTENAY MAIL the
j   most valuable advertising- mcdl-
*'  , urn   in   the (Kooteiiays^ by giving*
""' i he preference, when making* purchases   to   those,firms who' are
',       regular advertisers in the KOOT-
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1     *"'    "I'J        *      HOME AM)  COLONIAL ,
-     AU'I'IIUR'S AGHNTS AX0,V       - .
,<*-   NKWsl'AI'ER GOKKhal-'pNDENTS,
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Jn 'a ' UARKISTERS, SOLlQrrORS, 1STU.    4i '
s Okki'ci:s ���   JIolsOXS   Paik   Block,   Ri.\ la.-
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/"*   iMoney to loan,   i    i *���*     . ��
OHicos. Hcvul-tokc, B.C.; FoitSteele, B. G.   ,
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Gko. 3. JIcC'aki-cr,   �� - - '   -
-  , A.-il.  PlNKIIAM,     -    *-     J. A. H.utt i-v.
",' Ucvulitoke, B. C." j t    'FortSteele, B.tO.
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""''   ' liAhltlSTER,  SOI.ICITOK/ K'ic.
A FiisbSlieel. r~    Kevelstoke,  B.U.
While the piosperity of the United States ,has( lea'ched ,it? zenith
and is now- declining, Cunada'ha***
every reapon'tb be satisfied with the
outlook north ,of the boundary.
Tho movement'of settlers 'from
Britain and'the States, to.the northwest' and'British Columbia promises to be very .extensive^ this spring.'
Brery branch of labor and business
will benefit by the result. l      ,
The reference of our Camboine
conespb'iident' to the necessity for a
daily mail for the North 'arm and
Irish creek is 'one,' which should
have the"* support'of the member
for "the, district, -Mr. i Ciallilier.
There is now a J urge' population" i'n
that section and as 'there is'daily
steamer and stage'connection-witli
,tliese points 'th6| extra  co��t 'of r a
cltiilv serviceuvDtild'not be iihic1l>
j/ ' , >_ /
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' Til K- I'UBLIC J NT BREST    '
1   '' SACRIFICED. '"���*  ,  ''
'    ,     '     ,       i ��� -' f <!
, XVq publish in ^another column
an' article from Ihe^AIovic Lc-ader
l'eviewing the position of lhe*coal
and oil hinds iii North-east Koot-
enay. These, lands.form a most
valuablejasset'of the province and
should'be dealt, wjlh "iii tho1',w'ay
liest calculated to benefit'the'public
interest! AAccoYding' to Sir. Thos.
Sliaughnes^y Hie'^C. P'.'l\- wgulcl^
liave-beSn" in possession of these
lands.todayjiad it not' been for the
vigilance of    WA   C.   Wells,   then
.        =       ". *-  ��� ' '
chief commissioner  of^ lands "and
, >, , ',���*)"     '    ��"   f   ���'     ,'-
UOl-JCS. r  ' __ �� I
"^ Having~ escaped one"'"*"daring
attempt at public spoliation it is
for the government to' take care
that a second   attempt in a similar
'dnection does not succeed.'    But'if
i*i ***.
the statements, of 'our .-Movie con-
temporary are correct, the McBride
governmentr is administering these
lands in such a way as to'ciente'a
hopeless muddle, ancl 'it .looks as if'
th"e"mo|t ^valuable'asset the^piov-
ince has left is to be grossly wasted
bv incompetent-lo'gisl.ttors-r   ������   ,  ,",
,_���      i���-       Z i ' ,-   l- 1 "
DVV ARDAv. ll At* GEN,'
n t
JIini'ng Engineer,
(*)!cin.r*"Auierieftii Institute Minnm Kiiifineeii)
'yJJl (AlejmAuun^dhtn^HlihiS lln=titiitc;)' *1**.'
%    '     Kevelstoke, B.'V.
Bxamiiiatioii*"of and lopoiU on Jlineinl Fio-
' pei tics a Specially.    ,
By Lewis Bros.
ffO Cnn   Ttto -ton 'hoU-c. bu.lt la-t \eai.
Cpt.OuU   te��� ro"iii-..uni[) iud.itere--idi-i>C''
11J leet fiiint.iire on ,Fir-t -c.   Part
1    A c.,-lu
���ro'enn   C'ottase  "ii  McKeiiT-ie  atonue   ^
��Jl/-.uUU    [oitin-,   alt modi'm   cunvi'mence-
Ttt'ik't-. ' '     r
<E 1   7f50   F'H'* s-rooui  liou-p oil Sfcuid *<t
C9 9Dfi   l*5'-4  a Wise hoti-p and sround-on
Jl-.tuU   Fourth -t. includin*** ue�� carpf"--
���uul   linoleiiiii thruiiirhout   and a
^,71 CO'kitchen rnuj:e     Tin- i- a
ff|9 Cfifl   Larw holi-o ira Fir-t -treet.-tone
Cpt.O-J J   toll nd a t,I"ns,,  finely   iim-l.i-d
vlftou'ihoiit     Fare c.i-n.   bai.i'ic
1711 niunthlypnn'ent-
$i tc   tW"ill -till bus afe.t choice lot- iu
I  ' "-��   the mpoIht tnttu-'ite      The be-t
lot- 011 the market '
Financial, Real Estate, Insurance Agents
.' .'iVv- , soaked! "'
,; .The Revelstoke,tlistiict'is'gettinir
it in the,neck from Victoriaun the
most  disgraceful- way. t-dii J lS$u:
till, -under  i\fi Kellic's-represent*-
a tion.'rt he noithern   portion of the
1 ' r'      I
constituency had ���f'6'2.660 \oted for
public workc. and in the'following
���year .f*0-i,-l8G, making a- total for
these two veaiv alone of ^127,140.
That is nearly $3,000<more for two
\nars than the district has had for
tho whole of the last five s'ears,
when the amounts voted and ex-
ponded -for public woiks- were as
follows : l!)00-'6l. .*^5.70t; ,'01-*02.
->:3'2.S30 ; *0-2-'03. i L4.5U0 ; '0:j-'0-l,
SH$,100;' -*04-*0-5, -flO.oOO. made up
a*- follows :' Ferric=, -i'oOO ; roads
and tiails. fS.OOOi, Fish Creek.
>2,000; footbridge over Columbia
at IU-vel?tok--.-^2.G00.
From tli('.-e fi'iui-(;s it will he seen
the \ott- fijr; public work- for opening up the conntrv i.- growing
beautifully less, while the taxation
is increasing by leap?  ai,d bound?. J
''     "
, i   ^       , 1
Plucky,Conduct'Of' Little Boy
���   , "      * ,
i    r       Fiom Our Ottn Corrc-pondont '
'"',      } y-      '"
'The dwelling on the Tronson ranch
ndjoi ning the tow 11, heie,, was  totally
dcbttoyed by fiie  tliis  morning.( 'The
house was occupied  by   15. Lu'nsdcii.
iMrs Ijiinscl'ei'i is away looking after liei
sister,.'Jli&. 'WillU-is, "of   Rossland,
v, ho is d.ingeroiisly-ill, nnd ]\Ir.  Ltuis-,
den was nbsci.t fiom'tlieboiue attend-
1     .  * ' ^
iini; to his stock. o      .   . ,    v
When the die criginated   there was
no 011'e'in'the house1 but the live small
cliildien, the eldest of whoni'is'eleven
vieius of iiao, the yoiineuifc  a��� child in
n 1 ins.   The eldest boy, \\ ith gi eat [,res-
eifct' of iniiicl/siived the  younger chil-]
(lien and his fntlieisicash box cont^in-
ing'his deeds etc.      "' \\       <(    ,,  "
,    W'ith'the     (jir 1't'f n'cf   Iwo slo\o
( i 1 , 1i
nnd,the sewing machine nothing  was.,
saved.! The children aie being .taken ,
cue of   by/: Mi fives" in   town'. <.Tho
house Sv.Ts fully coiered by, iii&iirnii'ec.
aTr. Lunsden's/loss  is   at .about, six.
hundred dollars. ,  A     * A      ���
���r , XOTL.       ^   j,'       -, "A
1     I
*"> Mr.   K.   C.AWutSdi's  child Afninted
t      '.   ..   "ft   I     ,   ���    -,    ���'     I   ,v ��
and fell on , this   momma.   iiid_,wiis
serio'usly burned about  the'face wind
11        ". '   ~    1 ''  t'   .        <-'
body-, /.    r'/^^n.'/^i/i,-. -,,
'!   coal ;and oil LandsY; * "l
{     I ' ' -' ' t        -,������    *���
r     jj >-j,(J1ojio Leadoi)     1��� _
IP. >\\*. 1!os*= iiasi-in  town   Thurscl.iy
MMtmg "fri en lis. ,'ln   "jieaking "ot, the
eon T&it tin tion iii/thi.' Klntlicul countiy
be o.\"piesi-e-,eonc>idcr.iblc. leelinuVrn'iid
a    j!       ^     i    1
willi-soihe justilicition, .it the tuin'oi"
. y        -   -i, ��� 1 *  *       , - r '
ntl.iir-'niiditlie,, goveiniiieiifs attitude
tow.inl5' tlio"ni.ittei n- expie-scd in the
pTtmitfi'- lcf{er.���l v ��� (r J5 , r'*
��� ^\l)Oiitflii ,\e.u- ago-.the goyeniincnl
issued .1 letter to pei^ons niukiiigi up-
plicitiiin.-fiii dicciise "do pU'isiiect for
c'onlion the rescue , The le'ttci'./snid
that" in"), liceii-o would'VI>'���*, i--tii.'d ,to
prospeel for coal on the ic-eivc ; .timt
due notice would be-given of the'-.1 life"
- '<     H. B. STONEX,/,     ,
, Oppohitr Centnil Holel, Revelstoke.  r
Lathe' audi Geiieinl Mncliine Work
'      ,       Piomplly   J'jXHcnlcd.1 , '
S.S.   "'Archer
or S. S.  " Laideau
Htmning between Ariowheud, ..Thomson'.
Landing und Comnpliv, coniineneing Oct. Uth
lilOl. will sail ns follotvs (\\anther pelniittinu):,,
Leave Anotvliead for Thomson's Lnndini*
and t'oninpli-^ twice daily at 10k. and 15k.    & >(
Ijeat-e Comaplix 1 and Thoin-on's Landing foi
Arrow bead twice daily at 7.13k: and.lS.lok.  -
.Jlaking clo-,o oomicctions  \tith all C. P. 11
tiainsnnil boats.       f , .<   , ,      J,   '
Tho ownoi? reserve tho right to change, time1
of sidings vutliout notice.l ^ ",' ,  '
-so '  l'\ HOIHNSOX,    .,    '
1/   '  ' Jliiiinging Directoi.
.11 the
"AllHhisAinTe the^icSi-
nf  southeast   kiioton.iy.  (,ui(   ol
lor the, law  and   constituted
prior 'to ' tb.it time would, rtia^c, no
pioletentt.il lights. J Notwithstanding
this'.idveiitiiieis wenj upyiii,tlie ie��eive
and -t.iked it by, wh(il����.ile , in* some
iiist.mees to the nuiiilicji '��')!' -evei.iI
hiindied claims ot a^niile siiunie each.
u t ,   , t \il '    -      ��       ,   h
nnd fce^01.il people ha\e  given   notice
*, c     ���-��� .' ' ' ',"*       *-^t     f
ol intention tto apply-lor licen-e '    "
'nine ground
iiutliority. defeired-Irum going .upon
the le-ervc. hoping that" the wisdnni
ot the goveinnient would adopt a policy that' would not -only be equitable
lnit,il-o .-ate. A'tei waitm'gall this time
and allowing to [i.i��s tho oppoituiiit.\
.'jt --come their right* on the re*-ei\e.
the'pieinici- 1���ue.- a lettei telling the
people wiio aie upon the le-eive that
the land* in ip.option, wdl be tieated
as though they weie all vnc.inl lands
and tiiat Ikon-'.- will be i-*-ued foi .ill
\ahd. legal locations accoidiiig to
t licit puot'ity. incliidingi tho-e ub\\ in
The liianii'e-t iinf.iiniees of thi-, n-
Iiaiwe'^ji thn*e who went on"theiese'iie
in di-'ivg.ixd ot the govern men t'i in-
-mii-tinTi-. (ind those who lenuiiiied
oti. i- not tbe mo-t -ciiou-- *-idc 1 t the
^ittiati.'i . The -iovei-nnient timioiiii-
t licence- will be i���ucd   iv  all
j      0     ">  1  , , w   ) ii , <
��� , ' .i   1 , 1
A'Visit to W. fc. Pound'sTaxi-
,,', '//���,, .dermist Shop.r," '��� lf
' \V. C. round, of Vernon, turns   Oul
some of.ibe (ine-t   tdMilcimicnl   woik
to bo '-eon in the province and  a   vi-il
to hip'shop is a treat.  -He has a rlire
slock1 ol luis,'and a good  collection of
Jiuii.in cm ins."' in' all of which he doe-
' j   " r.
a.consideiahlo liiismess with I-.nuland
' ��� i, 1      ���* '
1 A'mong the ino*?t utti.ictivc exhibits
now in the *ho]i ti're a  ji.ur of  beaver
jn.ettily inounted* a-Jin't_nii(iiie   with
'���sections ol   tlie  woyd  wliich .is (theii
favorite clam-ilottiling in.iteri.il. 1, Here
,     ,r *-(-* ' /. -  ",   ' ~
nie to be found iui- ot 'martin,  (Sttcr.
,r    ,  , ' i,     z ,        j,      y   ,   ,a
heave/and 111111k. A line,exhibits 'a n
head'ol llie inus'k"ox, Iiiul Iniother i- n
"t'liuinc buf'i'.ilo head, wliich is''worth
ii^laree sum.     The   mountain   goat,
-   *-* r , 1. t - -  -
liirfunt.iiii sheep and bc.u
jnescnted,-'      1   J   ~y   ''V
i,-\\'e-Jnotiqed_'.iu lobe'lof.nuisk _ox.'
and.sOnie (inel.\ 'inounted   bear. .-kin1.
"Another line specimen is thaskiii of'a
grizzly, eight ilccT long  and 'siv   leet
a'i:ioss..ati(l inounted  w'lth ,c|a\\s   and,
hall 'head1   l AYe   :ilso  noticed ;some
-, a1 , ^
sw.i 13s   taken   in   the  Okanagan   lake
rfnd mounted in excellent style.t      '
J Otliei-''!rotieable fc.itiuos of tho shoji
weie ii'c.iiiboo head iniuinted^Qi- lie\\-
il Uo'tgck^ol Pucks, and tlie;heiidoj
a wild i-heep killed ih Alaska",  mount-,
ed.-l'oi .ludgc npnik.    .VTme deer "head
has beeiriiK)unte'd"foi Sir 1'ctCr Walk?
.,',.        < r ,<       -       Jl      . �� > ' "-"ft
L1A   '   -    -���-      crt   -      ?,' j 1        -A-'
" 'Mr. Pound look (ii*=t jiri/e diploma
and 'medals at TheVorld's laii'ol", 18SI2"
and lii��t,pii/e atVtho, local., lam 101 a
> , ' .-   , ��� V     ri-  '. '   -. ���      ,-   '
collection of 1 udiaii-and Siwnsb cunos
,   , ,       A v     x
in which lie had a bov diosscd hs   nn
Indian. ?      , �������� ��   ��� -A; ���T  l    ->- ��-   -
nie-i also ie-
The- vote tiii = vear for work- is less, "*n" ,*��� '"'        .,     , ,       . ,,
ljiphcnt- uf legal loi'.itinn, will cause
than   it   ha.-   ever
taxation    for   the
been, while  the
rid in 2,
SATL'KOAV. .\I\RCIf ."), l')0t.
The municipal act a? amended
will op'-n a field for new men at
future civic elections 'is the amount
of incumbrance on property is now
allowed in the qualifications.
.\ heeiUe." and leckle-- -ciaiiible toi
r lie irioiind without knowledge out he
amounted to -140.000 last yeai. .will *d,.hIllu. ^i,,-, en Unit-, of each "other's
this tear, with incteased taxe.-. be|j;!u.-.md limit- of claims. 'A-'title to
about %100.000. That show1- what \\\w i.md c.-m not !��' jnocuied by u'ny
the peopletliave to pay for iiiCapabh- j A.tlier proccdn'ie than by license, and n
Iv. L. Uorden is preaching political morality. Ife should begin lit
home. A political leader who
appeals to the race and religious
prejudices of the people to advance
his cause, and who talks free trade
jn Manitoba ancl protection in the
east and British Columbia is hardly
'an authority on jiolilical morality.
The sun "ays ���"McBride ii nvt :i
vmy popular man it' frrand Fork", a;
jjreser.t. A great number of his
staunch consenatne aiijiporters have
even turned bis pictute to the wall, '    j
A "OcialHt contention ttil! be b"kl
nt Xelson thi- month to nominate 11 I
candidate for th" fCoot'-niiy constituency in the coming dominion election. The nomination will he between .J. \V. Bennett, of Uevelstoke,
and O'Rrien of Ftirnie.       '
iiccii-e being a c jieilimiliary to ali-,o-
hi|c titi'* and ouch liccn-e being of
i-(ji;a! t'ltec and \alt|c. 1 ach holder nil!
f hiiu- cpuil tttl". Tin heen*5'- not l>e-
I irg i--ii'd ( xrej't ��� lijion jif'"f that n
tcl.iim Ii.tr- i^'-n i( gully -takd, each
>-wiiilil hav  jiio'.f '-I (iju.il  fit'e  to tiie
'    y
1 l.Uitt
* -��� ��� *        ' ;
Tlie Armstrong Xreamery. -
��� * , *- 1
DiiUn Iyooh*.\-a\ Mill,     1 i1     j
I lime noticed once 01 twice in yotii
Eiidciby notes, and also in youi-wnte
up of thideiby, l-cfcience is made to
thq- cicamery as being at Kndeiby
rfuch ls'not.theoase. the'cieainoiy 1-
'ifun'ted on b'.ivis creek! one' mile
noith ut Anvistiong. and eight miles
fiom ,Enderby. The uljice' i- in tbe1
Faimeis FxiTiange building. MAim-
=tiong Tlii�� cieamen was puictic.illy
stinted bv the jjQople of Ainistiong
They liought .ne.nly ninety pei cent
of the shaie*** V tew weie .-old in En-
derbv and the le-t 111 Vernon and
\iciiiity. T W. Fletehei and _ F
Woltenden 5f, Aimstiong, weie the
nieiiv who pi.ictic.illy oig.ini/cd and
made sttccesslul the _entcipiise. Both
Enderby and Vernon h.nc on a ^pre-
vious occn-ioti nmde attempts to 01-
g.ini/t'.1 eiennieit a-si'Ciation.Jiul cw-
,ing to lack of siippoi|.'hn\e so lai been
uiisuccc'slul. I ti list that thoir .next
attempt will be its gieat a' sttcce��� as
the  Okanitgnn   Cie.uiiery A.���oeiation
ilt,Alillstlollg<. 1
, S'oui'-re-pcctl'ully.
They're happy, im-the Kitcfien,,
Since Bovril came to(stay,' ,   a
V'     i'i       ,'���' ���;"' '   ' .*' ���       ?<r    \/
The chef and'his assistants,,*'      t ,-
Have learned the Boifril way,
i��� 1 1    t" V
���      I       *> '{I ,      ' '        -
Of making Soups and Sauces���-    _ *
1   r Delicious Bouillon, too ; ������ ' ry
' r -<     '    I. *- '' ';va v
. That's why the work is easy,,   "\   '!
J '   "    ,        1"'      ''     ��� 1     1'
bi^' And they're sp'quickly"'through.
'(.'I* V     ""   "< ''-   '-  '''      '*    -  t A '-,*
'V r,     , ' / ,       1      fj| >
/is the''most useful'and convenient -assistant' to the
cook' in" 1 preparing   rich* and"' deliciously iflavbured"
/soups, gravies, entrees, etc. One teas'poonful to a pint '*,
of soup produces a'marv'ellous improvement in flavor, I
"strength and'appearance
' An
9/ '* Cai'itiil Auilioim-'l, Sl.oeo,���� 1 t'iipit.il I'ai'l^liWS.Vi^.een .Hi-si.
'Head Ollice, Toiiovio.-O.vr.wno.*
2,D"H IKK).,
*   - A Hi.iiichos in tlioNoitlitte-t 'I'm iitoiio��,*jr.iiiiiolm. Oiilniio aiiiltQiiobco :;   '
Ami tlio lotlottnii; poiul-  111   II1111 -1 >   (;iiliiiiil>iii.:^'(;i,iiiIii(inl;.',.I'*;i(,'ii-(iii,-Ool((D
J\\ 11IU     1JV/H11-     111       ..till-..      ��� , ��� " , ,. * '
Nelson. Itotolstul.0. Tiout Lii1,o,a\iiiicoihuujiiuI "WcUiun.
1       *-��� ~ ^^
Kr T /It. Mi.i'i'un'i   t'resiilonl
t J,
Ti. H W'ilmi-. Vicu-l'rcaidont und ficncKil iW.iium'oi
KH vii, AVsisia111C1Ci1e1.il M.in.i|{ur     W   Jlorr.vi. C'luel ln-poctoi
m -Revelstoke Branch, B. C^A GerieraKBankiiij�� BusinestTransactedJ^i'v.   A ;;
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.Di.ilts sold av.ulatilo in al
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'niclielil In tlie'11ns-
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llnid^lloiutiiy 1,11
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Visiting * lii'ellii'Cii
coidinlly  veleomed.
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To Trappers
Raw Purs'Bought- y"'^J\
7 IfU J AOash TricesrPaioA
Exporter of 'Purs.    *�� -
Standard remedy lor Gleet,
Goiorrhma and Runnings
IN 48 HOURS., Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles.
The "-Prince Mining   and  Development Co .-Limited Liability.
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J_S     Hireling    ol   tin'   -.haioliolilois   ol   Till.
PltlML   iMlM.SO  AM)   Ol.t I I.OI'Ml N I   I'OMl'tNt.
JjtMi 1 en I.i tim.i 11. ttill lie held .it the I'om-
p.mt's ollice- Kn-t-liei'l. Itotel-tolvU, 11 U on
\\"o<l*ic**il.i>. the mill It d.it ol March. A 11, IIHII.
.11 the honi ol ttfo o'clock in the .ilteinoon. foi
lhe ptirpn-e ol electing olheois Ioi the eiiiiung
\eai and Ioi all othei piupo-e- lol.iting to the
management (if the coinp.int. r* ^
s ll, i-"piopo-,eit to ainonil tho b\-latt^ hi in-
'cieaoiii;; tlio niiinliei of dnoctoi- to ?oton
The liaii'-lei boolc ol the coinpan.t \till lie
clo-orl dining llie ronilocii d.i>�� liiinioilintelv-
picceiling-111 h meeting 1 ,
Dated at KrieWoke 1! C .tins 17th d.ij or
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Oideis ivcive pioiiipt'iilti'iition.^
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E>ts caretiilly cxamtucd  and
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E. L. Kinman'-iMug  logging  pliint
has arrived at, Trout Luke.
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mild, ceitiiin nnd safe. ' Kor liondiichs
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'Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
ancl Japanese goods.
The best assortment ever
landed in '"Revelstoke ��� of
useful and ornamental
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fiiiiit Cli.iirn Smoklnu Jnckcti
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nil Neivoiis und Jlie-ciilni' diseusi"-,
Liver, Kidney mid Stomach ailment*
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Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
For Coughs, Colds, Croup anil Whoop*'
ing Cough.  Price 25 cents; large size 50c. -
Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
For Bowel Complaints.    Price 35 ccuta.-
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. *'
An antiseptic lininiciit-espccially valua- ���
blefor Cut*), Hruises, SpraiiiSdml Rheuitia--
tisui.    Trice 25 cents; large sue 50 cents. ���
Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets.
For   Disorders of the Stomach, Liver"
and Bowels.    Price 25 cents.
Everyone of these preparation;*-'
is guaranteed and if not fully sat--
isfactory.to the purchaser the-*
money will he refunded. r  Jn *  8;.,   /  THE KOOTENAY MAIL:  j,--)  $/  ENDERBY.  ,     i i   ' , i  f       I* rom our own Corroiponilcnt. '  '(" i   * , .  , SOl'IAI.  AM)   I'l.'KSO.VAI..   _,  "Win. il.meock 'i.-   laying the foimd-  sition   for   hi.-,  new   Inline-**,   .-ho-.)  on  CliH stleet! ' *  V. V. Motlet. of the Oohiinbia Kl'our  '���������''Mill.- heie, leu TucmIiiv for the Nortls-  ���������  *lVett to pnivlinic'wheat., -    ,'  Oe.i.    .MeCoiniaek, ���������ol .Orillia,   and  .   TTm.   Iiwin.  ol  I'eteihoio, Out.', e.m.e  "   in on Monday'A t lain.  p Quite a laige crowd  fiom heie droie  _ to Ai instiling  on 'Wednesday eiening  io i-ee-'-What Happened to Jone--'." < ���������  ���������    T>v. L'ently.'wile  and  daiigliter, for-  ���������jiieily of Siocan City, ;uii\eil last week.  The    doctor  >pmposes .'locating   in  ' Knderbv.      ' -' y    ,    y  i ��������� '- /i'i  J   ,- Among, the  visitov������r to  town   this  ���������veekivcre'C.'IS. L.' Lefioy, Vernon ; H.  A. Coihet, Viinccniver."and   Ii. ���������l.rM(j-  JsTaM), Oi'i!lia,,On1.   '       '  i   Endei-hy  eonttilmted. n' good ciowd  towards the,oyster supper  which was  ',"3ield nuclei the iiu.-pice*-- of tlio Metho-  ( <dist' Church   in Ainistroiig'liist Tue-j-  <-.riiiy night. ,._/"��������� ' .'���������    ,      ' f  O.A.K(*-efei-.of New Wi'ttiniii-teivind  y. XV. Aylinei',"'oi Golden, goveinnient  ���������rngiiieers. arrived on Fiiday's'train to  s-urvev,the'work of impiovenient to he  1 t    V *  ���������done on the river bank at Liuleibv.  Messis. Hobeit .Matthew������ and IOvans  1   ]eft for  Manitoba  on'Thursday, after  *peiiding the, w inter so ;,f,ir> under the  Jtalian skies of Biiti-h Columbia.   XVo  iiiideistand  that   it  ii-their intention  to letiuu and  .-e'ttle, heio  ln'theneai  inline.       "   ',      ,'       ,     '  i.ujir.rii di:ai,.      *  "We -wish   to  leiter.ite our previous  .statement   (uhioli   was   ni.ule fiipon  ���������good ntitlioiity) that *p.iitie*-> nitty ested  in   the ,'Okaiiiigaii   Lumltei   Oo. have  i t   ��������� . it *  lioiiglit.oiif, the Uiinbeiiug ^inteiests ot  JVtor RyunI of Toronto. Po-sibly tho  .���������management, in , Kniuloop*- had "not  "boon consulted in the niatter. and .,t  the time of making their denial nun  not li.ivo lven awiue' of the actioii of  ihe eomp.uiy. In all prob.ibiiiti .Miou-  <"ier. tliey will lane I wen .ipptised eie  ���������ill*!*-. ! ,     -  This 'is   veiy dill'eienr from the treatment, wo got,,last year.        '  ,.Itist about a year .since etVoitfc weie  made  to get a   daily mail .-ei vice for  Ki i-guson, Trout Lake, Jk'.'iton, Comaplix and Ciiinboiiieduriiig the siiinnier  .season.     Rut no notice seenis'tb have  been'taken of it al Ottawa.,   Wo again  take this matter  in   hand, hoping for [  beiiei' lesults.    All  the'towns' named  aie rapidly   inci'e.i-iiijf  in   population  and   impoi'l.uu-e,   with   a   natural   in-,  oieai-e in the^ amount "of mail carried  and larger financial, return*--   fro'm tlie  ollices.     Still   wo   are   deb.ined   thej  benoli'ta ot up-to-date  civilization   for  no  eaithly  leason that,  I"can see, as  the  'postal   depaitnient' shows  a substantial gain each year,and the steamboat and stages visit, each town daily.  Sttiely, if this" matter is biought fully  to thernotice of bur member, Mr.'Galliher, and  llie government, something  will be done to impiove  the service  (hioughoiit ,llie''distiict. ���������    Too   fie-  (���������lienlly, willrpiu-tie.s.coinin.n'into.the  district either'as  c.ipitali-l-oi, .-i/.ine  up the situalion of the camp, wo hear  the leninik that  nothing  can be done  in'a   backwoods 'point  like  this.'with  qnly tlnee mails n week.    You ate'out  of the world and cut otV<'fion(oidm.iiy  civi.i/.ntioii. ' ,  yiic.li being'the ease, cannot   J*>evel-  stoke assi-t lis iu pt,icuiiiig what "is ,-o  young people enjoyed themselves until  a late hour.i  After service on Sunday evening a"  business meeting of the A i row head  Piesbvterian chinch,, was held and  odiceis appointed. , Mr. GI.is--.foid  announced that aftei Apiil 1st sy vices'  iiould be held everv'Sunday evening"'  v Hi" j ������  The bull held in the schoohoo'in on  Wednesday evening, Feb. 24th, was an  iiiKjunlitied success and "dancing was  kept'up'iiiitil a late hour.    ,"  NAKUSP.  ' With Crick !n the Back.  You aie up against  a  i\hole lot  of  trouble unlcss'you have a stiong leme-  (ly like >'erviline  to  'ettle  pain  and  dislodge   stillness  from   the muscles  and joints.    Just rub ^eiviline on the  painful spot���������not   much   nibbing- be-  e'atiie>Xeiviline has more powei   tlmii  ordinai.v'icmedies     You   won't siill'ei  long aftei Xeniline i.-  applied   for  it  lelieves nlniost instantly.,   .Mr.   J'hihp  Adams of Oakland say-:��������� ���������. If I h.id'nt  used Xeniline 1 guess my b.ick would  be still" yet.'   A   lei)   apjilic.ition-''ot'  .Nerviliiie took out all the soiene-s unci  -tiltnes-.1 ( I can recoiumeiid .Nerviline  lor any kind of inusciil.ii pain,;ilsO lor  rlieumatism.    P, ice 25c. <  From Our Chin CorrespfindiMii  I), fetephi'ii .mil bis men ,uc   takini;  the in.ielniieiy out ol the old   L'jii.m  The diedge   letuined   liom  K,ib0,,n  on S.iiuid.iy.      She   lo laid 'uii ,u.d nie  '       ,     i   i' j '"  men aie laid ot, i,������i simic time.'  ,   . T. W  ���������/uidan is builillrg an adaitiiin  to his house. , ',  Mr.and Mrs   John   Genelle   given  biithdny ji.uty  Monday   eieniu*;   Vvi, .  29th,' it   being   the liist   bn'thdai  in  eight ieais   lor   t'licii   JitiJt-  'daugiiifi  Iiene.    'A'leiy    jileasiua evei'ilng' i\.is  sjient    by   the   childien    and    unin  people,of the town. '  Did you ever <toji  to think that  ii  ('  WEILER  n  ! Mai  1     1*<  lehiible ;  r  good  ���������A'ds '!  lai-ue. and experienced i  '^ ,i (,  pi-esent   stylei(' notable  qtirilities,  ui'tliiiHrv  Isiii'd.  furnish ing  rgriniziiiion eiifbles tu>  lor efkcii\ i i c: s ;n il  at    price:**,    im    higher  For a Disordered Stomach:  nece.-������aiy to us. 0an<l'; which" must  nntuially benelit .them. We intend  trying and in the near (futttie will ask  for Rcyelstijke's co operation.'.    '  THE WINES.  57 7-8.nnd ciippci at  ;    MALAKWA.  Kiotn Our Own Coir,s^oniienl.  j  ..   , ' >  *- .i .  ^-._ We*   aie > enjoying',.some --beautiful  -;ivc:ithei now. v   '       oi  D. J>emj)sey   is  around ,once  moie  iifter being laid up some time: ,,'..  ,-   Tlu>s. L. Wolsey ��������� has^his  house  so  far coinjiletetl that he is "now living in  'it. ~ ' .       " '  ,t  -"i  S. Loft us Jr. is visiting his mot hei.  He put the twiner in at Mr "Peacock's  lunibei cnup at'K.iult. '  J. tl. Wolsey is making gieat improvement on his piopem near'the  j=chool (hoiise. having erected a line  liouse, which he is busy linislung uji.  E. Kriekson, biothei ot" ^Irs. A.  .Johnson, has been d.ingeiously sick at  l-eiguson. but is now siillieienily 10-  ,ro\ered to move. She exjiects him  Jiack heie for a time.  '> JMessr-. Keid and, n.ithnway had  some Ihiee tons of liny shipped to  them, but the O. l'..\i. kindly duinjied  it oil along theii line just tlnee miles  away, and no road except the iaihv.iv  to get at it. though the\cat tie'needed  it. This is something, we lime to  butter at this point cveiy little while  fot some unknown le.tson.  has  mill  into  CAMBORNE.  From our own Corrorpondcnt.  Tlie mines nnd mills keep pegging  .along in the mo=t satisfactory manner.  A. A. Holibch. the' well-known  ���������chemist and assayer. will shortly leave  tm a fnp to the old eountrv.  Kogei   K.   l'oi iy.  of Goldfields  'disposed   of    his   sawmill    and  j'liililing.  .  H. K. Mivvvit Co. have moved  the McDowell .-tore.-.ieceutIy vacated  ty A. G. Finser. 11. IC. Drew it Co.  Jiave now two jilaees of business in  Ca mho rue.  A petition i- in ciictilation al Hea-  ton and district juaying Mr. Uiilliher,  M. I'., to carry out his jiromise to  ���������dredge the channel from Deepwater  l.nnding to the town, a distance of jj  <)f a mile. It should receive his direful  consideration, a-< it will benefit the  district immensely.  , The people of Canibonie most  heartily congratulate Messis. Crawford and Son, the well-known livery  iiml freight firm of Beaton, for tlieir  ���������I'literjirise in dispatching the mails  iind tlieir regular 'stage service. So  ' natter how lute the liout arrives the  ������nail reaches Canibonie without delay.  . ���������<���������(  Kar silvci iis'at  12 3-S. ',:     '    .  I-ieigiuii^hiid English 'C.ipiliilisTs  propose tq.put in a plant in Siocan "to  handle zinc ores.        , < ���������'  Knilii'im is now quoted at -paO.OOO  an ounce. jTtospeetots should ,not  ovei look tliis metal.,  , Mining and shelter men bine held  conlerences at NeNon ^ihis'week " t ",  c' nsidei ways and niean<oj imjnoving  the lead market.      . > ���������  The Tojuc siv's the 'Pjvikme Fills  Placei Co. lins been ��������� rganised to wo'ik  placer'giound on the L.iideati.'rivi r  ab-'ve/ri'out Lake." The capital of the  eomjianv is 2oO,000,shaies at 25 cents  J. A. Dariagh 'got back this- week-  fiom a meeting,with the chieetois ol  the KI wood Tinwoikers Co'nijinny  which is opeiating propeities on Fish  cieek. ' The cc niji.tiiv- will largely extend its operation* m thai section':. ,���������  '"In the mineiiil claim suit Major vs.  fCninc.M'i n jicipetunl injunction has  been issued lesti.iining deft, fiom advertising the 'plttV. out of the Nina,  Phyllis ancl Lost Cup mineral claims  in the Latde.iu. , '   '  A. F. Kos'enbeigei, of the Mines  Exoh.inso, jnomotei of the Northwest-  pt n nnd Calumet an ��������� I) C Syndicates,  was in the city this week. He e.\-  piesses his detei inin.ition to make the  new coniji.iny opeiating the Goldfinch  a success if that is possible,, nnd will  probably spend the greater pait of the  coming summer scason.it Camborne  to push work on that jnopei ty, which he  believes can be made a succcess.    ,  The mining convention decided to  hold ne.\t meeting at Vancouver. A  deputation inteiviewed the government legniding the two per cent tax  and were asked tos'uggest asub-titute.  Resolutions weie passed urging the  appointment of a dominion minister  of mines, and the issuance of crown  grants within M5 clays after application.* Messis Keen nnd Ilobson  weic le-elected president and vice-  piesident lesjieclively and W. JI.  Brown vice-piesident for Kevelstoke.  The dominion yoveminent weie uiged  to appoint a zinc exjieit.  '���������'���������l'liave been uoiililrd fm sunn- lime  ivilh indigestion ,uid .sour Viniii.-rli.'r  says Mis. S.u.ih W. Cuius, oi Li'c.  Mass., ".ind Jicivi', been taking C'h.nii-  bei'i,nn's Slinnaeh '-inil Livi-i T.ilil.-ls  wliich have ln-lpi-il ini-'vciy much sn  thatnow f can eat many 1 lungs that  define J mold noi."- If you have a'nv  liouble witli your slcinach why not  (.ike these Tallin's and g.n vvell-' For  sale bv nil di uggists.  .  , Well Again.  .The many  fiieiuls nl'jolm .Blnmii  will be pleased lo le.nn lli.it I,,- I,,,-  entiiely recovered tioiii lii- all.iiknl  ilieiiiii.itiMii., Cliiiuilierlnio'- 'J-'.u'n  Balm ruled bim nllei III,- In��������� i doctor-  in thi'liivvn (.Moiion.'Iini.) Ii.ul imleii  In give relief. , The piompt leliel liom  pain ������ liuli iln.. limmeiit ..ll,.id- i-  .iluiii* vvoith ii'i.niy I iuie.s'it.s est. Sold  by all di li-iHl-i'-.'' , "'  A  ' to  high ���������  'than  tht:  ,<;   FURNITlIflE,   CARPETS,  CURTAINS,   WALL   PAPERS'  ',   r Oomplete^Hbuse^Furnisliir-g-s   *'    -  ,  '    Wriiefor large illn<-t i.iU<i catalogue���������it is'liei-'and inteie.-tii tr  WEILER BROS,, VICTORIA, d O.  E.B. EDDY'S  ^  <=^>  "KINCi   IJUWAHij" 'moo-.  '���������IIJCADLIGIIT,'* ,-)liri-. .  1 i <  ��������� -,:vi6toi{i.\.:'  "litti^k com ft"  A.  ���������por'sale everywhere.  ��������� Ave'the best tliat rcan be bouglit.  ',  Don't experiment with olhei5and inferior brands.  NEW   SCALE:WILLIAMS .PIANOS IN  -   .    "CARLOADS.,    '     -   -  i ,    -'���������  ,   -The winding up of the old year and  the starting of the  new year by  the  " Williams  Piano'Co.,   Limited,  argues  well  for 1904, as well as empha-Uiiig,  the foremost position tliis puno holds  in the, esteem' of the large&t dealers of  pianos in this country.    On December-  26th last they received by'telej*,iam au  order, for two  carloads  of pianos   for  immediate .shipment to D)ke, Evan's &'  Cal aghan, of Vancouver, B.C., and on ,  January 1st they received by telegram'  an additional  order for  a  carload "of-  pianos    for,   immediate   shipment   to  l'letcher Bros., of Victoria, B C, which ''  are two of the  leading  bouses in the ������������������  Canadian music trade.'      ?  The   New -Scale .Williams wliich  is  becoming so'justly celebrated all over ,  Canada may be seen at the warernoms of -  the local agents, of thiscelebrated piano.  ���������-Lewis I3io*=, airents.  ARROWHEAD.  From our own cnrreMioiidcnl.  On Tuesday iil'tcrnoon.'ns the trnin  for Itevelsotke was jmssing the lesidencc of It. Viinglitin, the Arrow head  side of the water tank, his.little boy  iibout 5 yenrs of nge. vvho wits plnying  along the side of the trtck, was struck  by the wing of the snowplow. The  train wns immediately stojiped nnd  Mrs. Vaiighiiii und the child taken on  bourd. At Revelstoke they were met  by Dr. Sutherland, and the little  sufferer taken to tlie hospital, where  two severe scalp wounds were dressed.  The long looked for sknting hits  conic, nnd Inst night all the youth and  beauty of Arrovvliead were gathered on  a piece of ice cleared of snow by. the  exertions of J. J. Tuttle. Under a  glorious moon nnd a cloudless sky the  .-      READ IT THROUGH. .     '  'Twoulcf1 Spoil This  Story-to"'  Tell It In the Headlines.  _ Toii-e.iii eighteen! h cenluiy jihiMse,  Ibis is ,m -.'���������o'er tiui" tab'.'* Having  happen,'d in a .-mall Viigiui 1 tow 11 in  the wiuti r of 1!)U2. il is a ttwi veiy.  much of tli" present. Up to 11 shoit  lime ago Mis] John E. Harmon, of  Melfii Sl.ilioii. \'.i., had'no pei-on.il  kiiowledni' of the tare curative pi 1'p-  ei tie.-of Olniiiibei lain[.s Cough Remedy.  " Last J, 11111.11 y," she says, "mv li.iliy  tonK -i dieadful cold and atone lime I  tea 1 ed she would have pneumonia, lint  one nf my neighbors told im> how thi*  remedy had cured her little boy and 1  h-'g.in giving it%to my babv nt once  and it soon cured her. I heartily  thank the iii.inufocturers of Chamberlain's Cough' Remedy for jilacing so  gie.it,1 erne within iny reach. 1 cannot recommend it too highlv or sav  too much in Us favor. 1 hope all who  lead this will try it and be convinced  ���������is I was.'" ' For bale liy all druggists.  ONE OF DB.. CUPID'S 'PRESCRIPTIONS.  That I,ove snuieliiius cui-'s'dise.i'-e i- a  ��������� fact  tliat lias u-ci-m'v  beui  ca'lerl  to the  alt. ini,,11   of   lhe'   pulilic, Dy  a ���������pioinnieiit  1 nlivsR'i.iii and cutksr.  piofi���������oi      In -ome  iii. 1 vims'diseases of women, such ns hv���������  tenarthis pliv-.ici.iu giVLS-m-taiiccs vvlicie  ^���������onien  weie  put  in a "lei- 1111 fi.nne  of  ill-nil. weie made happy b\'falling 111 lnve  am,  111  cOn-eqiieiict were  rurtd  of  lliei1*  nervous tioublcs���������-the weak   nervbi **���������  -.vi  teni   toned   and   stimulated  bj   lm.'e   Dr  Cupid ��������� became   -tioiijr 'and  vi-^oious, al  mo-t without jlieu. Uiiowk-dcre"     Jt.inv a  'voiiiiin 1- nen 011- and 11 ��������� liable, feels aiag-  ��������� jred down and win 11 on. for no re:i-=oii" that  she  c.uij llniik- of     !jhe  mav  be  ever so  >r.iueli 111 love, but Ur. Cupid".fails to cine  her      In   niiielv    ulne.pei   cent Hnf..ili. -s-  ca-es 11   is   the,-,i'oii..iiiI\-orifani-ui  which  roqinies  altenlioii;   the weak   back. di//y  spells and black ci-.cle- about the eji-', are  onlv symptonis     Go to the =nurce of the  tiouble ana conect  the uicprul.iiiiics. the  ..(.hams'-oil   tin.   vvoriatilv*. s'.'-toni   aiul   the  othei, SMuptoins di-appeu      So sure of it  is llie Woi Id s Dispeu-ai3 JIluic.iI A-,soci.i  lion,  prnpuetni������ of Dr   Pi'eice's  F.ooii:e-  I'resciiption, thai thev offti a SjOOiiewaid  lor vomen who cannot be cmed of le,.c(,r-  rhei 'female weikness, nrolapsus, 01 fa)l-  ���������iner of, the womb      All  they askais a fair  'ird reasonable t tal nf llmr "nieaus of cine.  Di    Pierce's,Pleasant--Pellets  clear  the  complexion and sweeten the bieatii, they  cleanse and resrulate lhe stou ach, liver and  bowels and produce peinianent benefit and  do  not re-act on  the svsl-.ui.*. . One  is a  gentle laxative. ,*���������       ,���������"��������� "'.,    ,.        - -  "The Couinioii Sense Medical-Adviser"  is sent fiee.ipapei-bouud, for 31 one cent  stamps^to  pay custom's and utailimr only.  Send 50'staiups for'clolli-boiurd con v.    1  Address, World's Dispeusaij  KufTafo, if.Y '  rjn*������ i^tl'it^^^rj'if if rfrf rfrf -4(| 4 rf'rf f$,''rf d r������' (^' t$r (vr r^ i%+ s  (^������  ($>  HGTEi:   LARDEAU  "    obMAPLIX AAA' /' "  Good, Table  (^   ThenBest House,in,Town.,   '-    Well Furnished '  JL,   ,   1- a- , *'    ' "A,     ���������        ,     )'       ������     r    _  ^ . ' Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  "t     '/,'���������-/������������������ W. ^HAMILTON.. Proprietor.     '  "'   '  %">���������   ��������� ,o\ ,-.  '      , ���������    " ,     ���������- i,A ' ,    _  ,-*^(^f^(^(^(^������^i^<^fi^(^(^ril?'^?$i'^ <^)/-t������  ���������f$������,i  1,^  -,rty  (^������ ''  '&>  (fa  REVELSTOKE, B. C  PROPBIETOES:  NOTICE.,  To Call Thiirbiornscii. '1 licodor Toltcf-=un and  VViIhain  Allen 01   any poi-on 01   poisons to  V.I10111 tliey may lia\ea-si^ned Ihoir inteie-l  . 111 the v allialln gioun LOnsi-tins of A'lkin^  Valhalla Odin and  TIior,innit������i,il claims on  cJ(ii,' eieel., situate on the west side ol north  ni ni of Uppei   Viiok   Liike.'L.u'deau  Jliiiini;  Division.   We-t  Kootenay  District,  liutisli  Coluiiihia.  You .110 lioiehy notified -that I. the uuder-  .-igiKLl, hive expended lor .vou Ihe-aim ol SSJO  111 lal or, iinpiovcincnts anil iecoi(*inir fees upon  llio -aid Vikiiif, Valhalla, Odin and Tlioi Min-  ci.il claim-, iindci the piovisionsol tlioMmei.il  Au. ami it within mnct.v ilajs liom the date ot  tin-notice .vou fail or relu-e tn eonlribiite the  alou���������aid slim, toi;etliLi' with all uusts ot advei-  iisinij, >our inteicsi 111 llie-aid minci il el.inn-  will oetome lhe pioiuiij ot Hie uiuluisigned  mirier section I of the Act entitled "An Act to  Amend the Mineial Act,,' 1!W0.  Dated llu-inddaj ot Deeembei. 1303.  II. 13. STAUKEY.  Delicate Boys and Girls.  Aie altogether too nunieiou- Our  schools nre lull of them. Chances .110  your own childien nie weaklini;- li'-.  a shame *o ninny childien glow up  without health when they could, be  made stiong by Keiro/one. the be-t  tonic growing bo.v- and girls can take.  Keiro/one invigointe- the whole body  Iielp������^dij;esti!!ii. make- the blood pine  and lich. It sujiplics iinn-e 110111 is-h-  inent thnn childien can get in any  other way and .soon e-tablishes a ics-  etve oi force and eneigy. Give your  children I'eno/.diie and watch thein"  glow stiong    Price ")0c per box.  NO BETTED BBEAD  In  tnvvn than that made  at   Smith's   .Bakery,  and  Cakes of Every Kind  Agents for the Celebrated  MONSOON TEAS.  H.  W.   EDWARDS,  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, ANIMALS  MOUNTED.  Revelstoke,    -    -    B. 0.  -������     -' ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,    rHurKimuira. ' /  Newly  built.1    First-claps in every respect.      All lnouem conveniences.  /��������� ~" yfy.'f ��������� "   ' A Liirge Sample ���������K'oofnp.   ''      <.    ���������   ^ "���������   '   '-  .���������;_.,       ','  ' -v Rates $1.50 per Day,^ '-,    '      Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hdtelj, Trout r'Lake,'under - same   m'an'tre'ment.  1-  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  * ������*��������� A '.       < ' '  ���������        ably furnished with the choicest the market  -  affords.,      Best   Wine's,   Liquors, & Cigars.'  Rates"$ i a "day. ,  Monthly rate.  J".      A'LBEBT ���������    STOITE,      PEOP  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  lioovis in Suilcs wilh Baths and   Toi/els atlarhed. /lowing Hot  and Cold Water, Inside Toilets ou each floor. Gas lighted ana  Steam Heated Throughout.  J/ C. GREENE, Proprietor, \   ' -        GOLDEN, B. C.  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer Ins .������������������irrrrn?Z?*-  BEEP,   PORK,  '   MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All order-liinniplly tilled.  REVELSTOKE," B. C,  ������������������ Corner    Doughs  and ftiiif-? Miccl*!.  UEENSH  COMAPLIX  '   CHIEF YOUNG-,      -       -  Best brands of Wines, Liquois ancl Cigars.  Travellers  to   Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this Hotel.  Proprietor.  Camborne Hotel  Tin'  best  Dnlliir n D.-iy  in Ihe I own.  DAVK OKU, PrripriHi.i-.  HllllKI' 13' ���������t  lit!  nd- of U'iiic:, Spirits  .���������inil Ciuiii*-,.  M.A.SMITH&CO.,  McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke.  ^=-  BOILERS  ANU  ENGINES.  Saw Mill Machinery  Wood Working Machinery  Machinery for all purposes  All' of very best makes.  Write  J. L. NEILSON & CO.,  602 Main St., Winnipeg,  P.  S & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Oflice, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  -������������������������������������^^ss^Oalgary, Alberta  y    A-'**! TEE KOOTENAY MAIL  i, iii  A Land   ofr Pastoral, Ranges,, Farms,  Orchards,  : (        ��������� Mineral Wealth and; Industries.  '   <-    ARMSTRONG.  ,   ,   "-"  ' <���������     . ,, '  -       \V.' 0  ICn.ipp  Jn������u .1   u n |'ie-wore-,  , bliop wheie ho iiiaiuiiactiuei .ill kinds  f of show'-ciise', lodgd   and   ollice  liu-  '  nitu'io ,i- uelT.is^if can 'lie done m the'  bigshrip- i'l the ea*-/        - \    '  _\ -livciy" I>u*-ii-ie*j6> j&, conducted by,  t "Messr*-* Cloniley aiid Dell      < " , A  i i\riiistii*tiig* has1 two   good   hotels.  The-\i nit-tlong Hotel   is  the   pioneer  hoi'isO, and is conducted b.v A. Coinley.  A yy.ii' ago Mco-is.^Rogci-. and ^Whit-  'ing foimeily of'the'lCfiotenay llott-e,  \ Golden,  built   lite/Ikimugan   ll'-i'so  Jt'*is uiie'ot   the   fines?*  hotels in  the  inteiioi'  ofij the* province,   beautifully  ' finished   and   tin nislied,,, withi' cveiy  comfoit/oi visiUns.''lt i-splcnd dl>  '* conducted, and has  become one ol't he  .lavoiite hotels with   tiuv.sLcis.    Itoc-  11   pioniitiQi'it  po-ition   at,  the  (Continued From Issue'of February 20th.)       '   *   , ,     ' ,-���������   .  ���������" ������|     The lie,ilth'>ol*  the  dust 1 ict is^cll 'well uV tlie public school.   The city  looked after hy.Di. V.iiikL-2'c,.\vho has  now made his home at Armstrong fin.  llie past hnn yeais.  ,i f  i ClipiC-S  c&noi ol   the  stu-el   sOiithi\e-tj)f the  railway- -tation '   The   building   was'  , ciccted   bv ---loo 'McDonald, jthe Vell-  >  known builder.ind coiili.ict&rSol Aim-,  _     -   !,_ -6. J!     I '  -.-fcflOllg.- ���������-'._��������� v -    r."   -  ��������� r~b\ Luc.is'lias a b.ubei \liQp and bil-  '- li.iid loom. -Aieprgc Inch conduct*; a  ie*a'.uiiaiitJ      bane   and  Hikciy  'and   ^       ^  Fi-hei li.no a ie.il e-tate(.uid insiu.iuca  lui-ineeS.j!  C    Chiiati.in ' mil-   a   sad'  "and   li.iiiie"*���������   lui-ino-s;  AllllstlOllg possesses a most impoit-  ant indiiatiy in 'the quills of the Oka-  ling.i'ii Flour' Mills limited, n The  co'iipany was'' organised in IS!).*),  Attached to tlie nulls H.ic^two steel  'sit oi age t Millet1, with a capacity ol 2,200'  tons'of ivjie.it. The company in'iinu-  facttii'o tlie following brands ^of Hour :  ���������' Hungarian XXX X," "Best P.istty,"  " gtiong Bakers," nnd '' Ee.aiouiy," a-  well us whlile wheat, giahan andrje  Hour and other excellent fundi. /'Th'-  mill has a c.ipacity of 120 bimels of  Mollis pci day, and lias pioml .1 most  successful enterpiisc, besides ' being of  iient benefit to the fnimeis, .ift'oidmg*  .hem a local, 1T1.11 ''etjoi 'their gi.iin  'F. 0/ U'oIfeiiden is !'secietaiy to the  company, and, the null is in ch.uge ol  0 J Decker, a lirst 'class and e,\peif-  enecil fin'ii  niillei. r a  r''Aiinstioiig ifa*to be tup tO;date in  otlieiTespects, a- the Okan ig,tn(Mill-  uig 'Company "niopdso to "put^ii - at'  electric plant of siillicient capacity to  fight, the tounT" \n etlective svstem  of*liie~protectio:i isalao to.be piowded  *,).' 'McDonald A has gieat f.iiili in  U -Ad-   -Vriiistrongj.iiicLexpects'to sec it a.citj  hit-   a 'lii-st-ela-jS   water   supply  .ind  electiic  liuht   plant:   The Cnhinil-ia  Fiom ing Mills, II. XV. Knight's  poll -  * insr.   establishment,   "i|(l     ���������**'���������  pack  C.  .Smith's -.lah^tind door  f.K.tmy aie the  liiincip.il inilu-tries of ihe city.      ���������'  N'eiiion is su'rr,,muled ^liy a mag-  ni.ke.it, couiftiy, but' tht-jgi-eiit dinw-  hack tn its pr'ogioss bus boon,the Ini d  being held'in laige estates, /PlieCold-  st'ieam nnd u!'(>'I\ejfoS ''V.inclies are  n6w bcing'f siib-di\ided, and' this \,'i  mean the settlement <of lhe,, countiy  and that Vornon������ nlthough now n  |iio-pei'ou- city niiiat' enter on n ic-  newed jit'iiod of gioulh. Al the Cold-''  s'tre.im iiinch lhe land is seIJmg,foi  flint l.iiins up tii 'filOJ an ,icre.   ������     %  FARMING AND STOCK-RAISING.  1 i    * i i  Consideialile attention is ,given to  cittle riai-mg and gi.iiir_vgro*\\iiig,  Me-sia "Middluton. O'Keele 'and I'i ice  Allison Im\o tlie ]>nncipal cattle  l.iuclius. An~ cnoimoih nunil������cr> ol  hogs is l.iisOd .inmi.illy in tlio valley. ,  ' Splendid" wheat is .{���������lown,1 the crop  ,iu>ianing'33 bushels to tho'acie Mr.'  Lcimy has taken as much as 52 ton-"  gtl 3,") aces, or at the iate of 50  bushels to the acie ^ ^ v  -.The wheat in the  disti ict  isaiot as  COLUMBI V FLOUBIXG MILLS. EXDl'RB\ . sHOWIXt, ('   P   R   EXGIXE TAKING ObT C \ELOVD OF ILOUlt  (lisnn baa a shoemaker-'-li ip. ^ K ���������-.  'Wilson. I0imerl\ of KexeUtoke, ha- a  nice tailoung bnsine-s.  The. I-Annieis K.\eli.inge of Aim-  -iiong is an e.Noelletit oiirani/.itioii.  handling ,i latge part of the pioduce  of the di-tiiet Jt is undei the management of Mi .lack-on. As -howins:  the laige amount of [vodnce rai-ed  .uound ^Vtni-tiong. -14.*) Out) waA paid ������1^������<-^ mile  .is height on piuduee in the pa-t hull*  yea i.        '       '  T. XV. Fletcher does a laige pioduce  bu-ineas. '  VERNON,  of 5.000 people within the ne.\t two or, good as usual owmir to the wet fall   ������������������ '  tlnee ve.ira., Ejideihy   wheat  i- claimed  by the  \ he hfgli  school  is in   ch.uge of E.' O'lmnbia null- to be better than that  Wilaou, formerly'of'Reielatoke. who ;- j giimn in llie te-t oi the \alley.  dome well.        A    i |     A good deal  Of attention is ghen lo  dairying, the cie.imeiy al Ainistiong  uiining out  a   Luge  r|ii.intitj, while  Teinon  i-   the  iwct   town-outh uf'i,^,,,.,;,,^     Uuneis    make   and   sell  Vrin-Tronii. fiom which  it ,i-  distant, j,.lttcr  hi-an ineoi-poiaied^    *Me--r-. Mciju.ime and J.efroy ha\e  citv.-.[ r.'ttily situate-!, with -iib-tantial' tiIt. rtp���������t.itioii of turning out the best  bnsine-s hlcek- and haild-'iine honi'-. j (\.ylty f11Ttto'r in the di-tnct.       .     ^  Jt i-well  tijuipiMl in- the  mattery:      TheVoldatieani   i.inch lcccntly im-  tducuioiu hnviiig a  high school' aa] p,ut*d  from   Cliilhwaek a'cu-load o,  PACKING FLOUR AT COLUMBIA FLOUJHNtl MILLS, LNHEUIlV  Uuirouuli-bied  .ler.sevs, .which   iiiake  t . ��������� i  I'nst-el.iSfe'd.iii.ViC.ittle.   ( ,!'    ^ *.'  V  -  Not, many sheep aie  kept ,in * the  vallev.'The Stepney ranch .it Endeiby  and the'Coldstien'iii i-.mrli  atVcinon  have the,,ie1putat,ioti_ ojT ikeepjng   the  best lloeks c ,  A   ' u i  y   , FRUIT-GROWING.        *  5-        , ' ' . i ^  1 Fruit growing is becoming a leading,  indtistiy of the disti ict, and the Oka  nag.in5* I ids', fair, to' become a  second  California   in'this  lespcofc.   The best  oiehiuds in' the' distnct^ are those  oh  Lnil   Ali'i'ideeo, at Coldstream, _-ne.ii  \*e'ihon,fM,'ss,is Stirling and l'lidh.inij  at  ICe'-owi-ii;   Mi! 'G.u-tiell,  at' Ti.ul  Cieek; J  Thoinpso", nc,ir Aimstroiig,  Mr.- Foi; une,'at-1 lSiicl.-rby ;*r and ' Mi:  Mosef,-'at'   M,i:.i _  'The   Coldstie.un  lanch isstated to'have'sliipped^ut 75  ca'r'oads <o( fi infc   last .season.  _ The  lesults   aheady  achieved   piove^ thut  fiuit can he siiceessfuily grown in an>,  part of the disttkt.      '4   - -'m    ~  ���������*-~  Flour milling  is  a gieatt industr>  connected'witli-farming,in^tlie valley.c  there being mil's^at ?Euderby,,*;A.'riii-  stiong and 4Vemoii -, ]r^ ^Jr "y yy,  <s' Ettentive -iiuproxcnieiits .ire going  Qlii'l ���������:h'l^"5Py,!LtJ'y_soiitli,"*-il VeiTii^ ifaj  Peach land, .an 1 Mi. Uitimor,' C. JS-,  has been engaged* oe big nligation  woiks. mid the Stiminerl md syndicate  aie also, catlyiiig out extensive woiks  of this ch.nacter. JTr. Latinier has  mo\ed his headquarters to Siininier-  land for the piesent     ���������.'���������.>  Laige ntimbeis hof people fiom the  cast are going into that section. The  piospoct of railway consti notion* ib  la reel v enhancing land v-ilues.,        i  .ISJ1  M(SOrtl.EY.  A .Commonage Farm.  1 The Oiimmonage is one of the inost  [iio-Iieiou-seltleinents in thcialley.  If (!. jlkdoilcy, the well-known C. I'.  K. engiiiccr heie, is uitcie-ted with  hi- luotlicr .lolin in a hum tit the  Coiiiinon.ige, about '���������! l-iiles south nt  Vernon. The brother.-* hail from King  iVmnty, (Intiuio. John was formerly  it i.nlu.iy man too, having worked in  the (". 1', It. -hops nt Donald for sonic  tim<*. Ile wa-l a keen Spoil nnd  hunter, and in his trips aftei deci he  -truck the Commonage befoie it wn-  -uUlividi-d for K'ttlemeiit, and a- it  filfilled his idea of ,t hoiiie he arranged to take up two section- in  jKirtnci-'liip with bin In other ns soon  as the land wan nvailiihie. MImmI  fanning w carried on but a speciiilty  of the farm 1111h U'cn the raising of  piirc-bnd eiittlc.  'COLUMBIA fLQURINO MILLS, ENDERBY, SHOWIXO U.N"IVBHS*AL'H01,TERS AT WORK.'  ' '/ ' I ' '   '  The farm, known iik Northview,con-  sistM of 720 iicrea, of which 200'iicres  nie  under1 cultivation^ 'Tlie.' rest .is  ii-.i/aifg   l.ume.A ,Thc   emps,  giown  .iio^heat,  o.its   nnd . Jurley"  'm piopniLion ol SO to rO'O^ acies wbenl  and'liO/acies e'.ic'h' o,iis7.nid JmjU'>  The'halanec'of  the cultiiiUed 'and is  ,u-edLfoi   i.ii*ingfil'i.iy. aiid   fust cla-s  timothy,i������ gmwii.    Though Hir luilev  giowii  on   the   Cold-tieaiir l'.inqli'i-*  l'eckoiied  tlje.Jmest m the Okaiiamin,  "Mossta.a'McSoiio/   .i.nsel ,a_sample  which   heal   it, and    war"'thou'g il ,so  highly of il wiis -hipped tovAii.-tiah.i.  F.uit growing is to ha\c .itteiitmn,  and Messrs' 'McSo'i Icy''intend ,setting  out ^a   quantity , of-fiuit  biecs , tins  spiing    AboiiooQ head of cuttle is the  minimum, kept, and   20 head  of beef  weie sold fiom the l.mch last(snniiiiei.  '���������%nii ving'is followed* to a smull e.\tent,  $30 a mouth  of  buttei,sold ' Seen  cows aie in milk.      A few, poultiy nie  ���������    ' , ,,   '***i  kept.    Root ciO|is  do- well, unci as .iu  instance   of ./the   s[)lendid'   ctops,_of  ciinots raised .these rim about" 20 tons  1 '- O**'   ���������^ 'lr  an acie ��������� (��������� -     i   ���������>     , ���������       , r-  The i.meh has - the .aihant.ige ^th.it  uiig.ition fs^'not requited. Theio.ne  nunici-ous'little'Likes/'and J'below the.  ���������subsoil ibiihaid [jan^vhich,ictuins,tlie  ��������� noistiueVo'that up* to July there > is  ample nnisture -iii^'tho -soil.-.-" This is  tlie ^secret ofiAsiiece-s , with'"J which  timothy is grown iirthe district.**,  The Missing of pure-hied cattle h-11"  had attention. The "cl.ibSq-ot stock  which Messis. McSoiley have1 been  l.iising is the 4shorthoiii cattle, and  their'stock is of "-uch higirgiadcjliat  a leading l.irnier like C. A'Semlin has-  been re[ileiiishing Ins licit! by puiclia^e  fiom the XortliMcW lanch. Moie attention will now be paid to raising  diituglil lioises and with thi-object  tinea liist-cliiss'ni.iies have been purchased from Mr. tliaves. t  "The siiorthorn lieu! was stai ted  with pmeliase.- made fiom the late  Mi. Steele, of llullcai, Salmon uvet  whose stixik was onginallv den\ed  fiom that of Hon' John Giaulon. oi  LSrooklaiid. _                  n  Jlessis JlcSoiloy pincha'cd (Jus'  vein the shoifchoi n hull Meadow Inook  Chief, by l^iiuce ot Qu^Aiielle. (him  M.iid of CliiMin, tlie bull being hied  at the Dominion experimental f.inn  at Agn-u, H. C.  , Theie aie about ',15 settlers* c*n the  Commonage! One of the ' pimcip.il  f.umeis tlieie is J. Mclju.ni ie, who  has tin'nie.*) Nil 1"!00 acic^, of which  between .'{00 and 100 acie- .no ciopped  annually^     , t  W. Y .lohnston ha-a i.meli of I150  acies and goc- in  foi   nii\ed la lining  i  ?lk'j,h,is  iibouti 70 aoie- iiiidoi1 oulti-'     , "  vnfion*;   '- /* '       ,    > >',, ,i <  ': AN' IMkORTANT INDUSTRY.? I V"  r       , - It , I  11. W'AlCN'ICIlT .Coo'ij  1-OKK I'ilCKlNO.KB���������? '< '������- T  , , i-     -v  ^,- >     '-���������-  iTAItl.llIIMLVr. , i'      ������  IT' W. kn'ight it'Co Jmve started iv V  iiiostiiiiipoilanti industry Jit TVernon,"  namely u |iOrk-[i,ickiiig e������tabhshnient, ' < ' , itl  They acquiied tin old luewerv for?t,he *"' s r^ f  [impose, have,fitted it iTpaiin splendid',  slia[ie', and as'a iosiiltroi'th'e success of"'[' "  the past seasons operations the, c=,tab-  liohinent ia to be considerably'extend-^  ed.' Afleoinplete ste.uii pi.nit has beeii,f r1  fitted up and the ai rang-, me tits' aie soA'^  complete that 'the hogs aie moved  from staire to staee olAthc curing pio-./.  cess without any handling, while the *;  most scrupulous cl'iiiiliness-'is observ-'  a   i      '       '    l    -,f V ' 0 ������'      ,    ~*r  ed nt every stage_pf the piocess. ,_ _"������  , The >esUbliahiiicnt >"is situated on        !  Coldstie.un,   atVoidinir   .m    e.\cellcnfcr   '  ,  \i,        w   ^     ���������- t ���������  supply of  water.. The. industry   litis,     ,  been a splendid'tliingfoi  the__ Jarmers i  iiiound Vernon, afToidiiig them u cash- -    i  nunkot at their doois   Ioi    the-hogs  rs  raised in othe''district.     The ''feeding >     >  ^5^      , "^      , A    ���������* ��������� ' -^ '  "[)ens aifto'be  tloored  and- exicnded . . >  TOO feet, thus afl'oiding  more 'iiccom-   ' ' *  limitation for consigniii'ciits.'1^ An^en- ,~,(  gi no 'is* (i ttedni p^ to  prepja e" the  feed, ~y K^  which consists in.iinly^of ���������wheiit/MinclT,  wewero sm prised to -learn  fiom   JIiv  Knight  tli'tt. he" uses  only  the1 best'  quality of  wheat  fo.   feeding 'oft*  his    f  liogs and says'it pays to do so.  A i.icc connects the 'pens   with   the'  killing room. , A'large boilei furnishes  hot water and steam whoievcr  required.   The    plant ' mainly   consists   of  linesof oveihead iion'iails littcd with  ���������- Vs ;  running hooks, passing the carcases'  along fiom one department to another '  ste.nn-j.icketed vat foi tendering l.irtl,  drop bottom ste.nn vat -md lurd cooler  As the hogs enter the race they arc  .-tiling up, killed,'passed o\cr a table  into .i*"&calding vat; which "is steam  heated, sei ttboed clean, gutted, and  the oft.iI di.iiiied'oH iii such a manner _  T. *,'  as to kC'Jp :hevplaee  pcifectly  clean.^  They aie then run to, the-store-room,  thence to ^another  roo ii   where  they    f"  aie split, trimmed, and  then 'dumped  thiougli a shoot to the packing  room  wheie the poik is'ciirid 'icady 'for the-   '  ni.-iiket. *     ' ' A  The Iiird-p.ipkitig'pprtion of the ea- ,  tablishment is thoroughly up to date,  the I.ird being put up in pails of three, " '  live, ten and twenty1 pounds, nnd these  tins, are us neatly got up as the output of the finest Aineiican packing  establishments,   while   the   lard   is ot  I  . U*    ���������  si'' r1." '       I , ,  ,       <        i    1        I-,,"-, J���������l I'V^-l'i}-'',,'  FAHJ1EKS DELIVERING WHEAT AT COLUMBIA FLQURING MILLS, ENDERBY.  .','   '     <i     ������������������  .i        i  /  ,,-f   ..   ,.-,i   ,-���������: ,     f  I'llE KOOTENAY SI A lb:  t'pLL',MHI\ rLOUKING CO 'b MILL/iT VKHXOS.  Ii  !  Jirime quality. \u>io tnieks nie heine  put in, and when ihc alieintions aie  completed Mi^ Knight \\illThe n'-le to  Jmsu"le,200 lings at ii time. r   c  "    .The eclhii ja 100 feet long by 3.** feet   pn ���������me nf water  ���������ji'ide/nnil is w-illeiUw i'lli .-tone     Pr'e  the diy sail bacon i������ put   up,   tiventv *__      ;  .  Join   vats   being  piovijcd   foi   cuiing  jmrp. ses. ' ^^     6 ,  (  The pickling cell,u i* 30  fe,et   by 50  feet, and is lined up wilh foui teen'bij.-*  yats.    An  excellent   wntet   s.vstem   is  x/  piovided to all 'parts of.the' establish  ���������   jncnt.and'in addition l heie isa nalui  sil spring H ��������������� ing into' the cellar w Inch  ])ro,-ides water of even tempei.ituie all  ' the veaiiound.    *'  Tlie industry i= one which,   in   the  energetic hands of Mr. Knight, should  ' glow toii Invr ,1 !i in ir    "' -  ,  COLUMBIA FLOURING -C0M-  -PANY'S MILLS.    '"  The Columbia Fiotning Companv  lias mills at Endeiby nnd Vernon, tl e  principal mill being nt Endeiby This  isa well, equipped mill, to < which i-  liemg'stciiilily added't 1 e most ,up-tn-  I'lant.i'nd on Ihe fifth Mom I he elevif-  toi tank ami,warm -ciecn Theniilei  tank-'stipplies the mill, btnldine- nnd  the   nt,'it:,if*ei'- 'house   with   a  'good  The'wheit s.ipplv consists nf SO pet ' 1  ce ���������! Xoiihwe-t wheat, and the test  loc.illv ���������.'Kuin. A (rood -\-Knn of liie  piotettinn has been ' pun nlnl The  stall ol the'mill'coi.-i-*- ol" lifteen  h md- and lhe Ollice stall of li\c ttndei  G    Ko-.im.in.   .-The   wlcat  shed   will  hold    100    tons    ii-   uhii.it. '   Anot hei  '  .  ���������* - '  waiehoiise i- devoted in -tin ing ���������stindi v-  gt.iin, oats and bailey' The, null is  connected dncc't with ihAfiaok . f the  S ' ..i.d; O bi.incli of ihe C l\ It.  Mothc powei is supplied by a^Wheel-  ock engine of 72'h p., made In, Golilie  and   MoCiilloi.il, ol��������� U.ilt.  - The Company's Vet non mill has n  capacity of 85 bands a day. It is in  ch.uge of XV O'Le.uy, w hot'ook clmige  in .August last.    , ',  Messis   K   P.   Ri'thet and   Co.,  Vietoiia, aie the company's agent.  of  per cent sulphide, piineipally mis-  1 ickel ' '1 heie i- no galena. The fiee  gold iallies avenue about !rS.20 pel  ton thiotigh the null.  On nt'ii lint of the smiillness of the  \'i?ms a huge piopoitiini of,, waste  entets the, mill. The'coneentiates  fioin clean oie avei.ige .fllOand fiom  I'u Ik nulling IfOO to ,fS0, slime is Wi  lo if-IO '  I '     iiii: st.wii' mii.i,. ,  A A li\cstnni|) mill -(Denvoi pattern)  1100 lli=. stumps nnd  one 0 foot Kme  tublo weic   put   up   last   Oelyhei, and  the lii-t inn iiuide.' 'A 30 h. p." boiler  and   engine  inns   the .stamp.***,  tabic,  lock jtiu-hor, and crinpie.-sor, iindei  So lbs   steam   pies.-tne, beside- pump-  ing the waloi fiom the lake.a distance  ol  12(i and cltnitioii of -lb* feet.  Tin: t'o.Mi'ui.s^ou.  Thecompicssoi plmit i- of the I'tuid  typo,   cla��������� -11.  2  1-t  inch   niaehnio,  itiiiii-hing "aii   into  blacksmith -.Imp  nm\   mine   thinugh   1100  feet' 2-inch  hon   pipe, lequniiig appio.xhiia'tcly 8  T p   to  the   machine.    The  fuel  le-  qttu-'d issi'boiit 1 1-4 coids per day,of  J.4 'bonis  J    < ,* iiii; i uv.vi.i.  i- about completed, to unite the shaft,  wheie an upi.iise will he made and oie  handled thiough the,.tunnel, thence  bv *hoit gi.ivity ti.im to,inill.  OI.OI ogy. '        ,i  The schistose icck- encoimteied in  parts of the dtiving h.ne been exceedingly haul travet-ing^at light angle1**'  and ni bands fiom 10 to 30 feet in  w idth. - , ,i  Being a new district and no pic-  cedent- e'tabhs'hed give- base to points  ot oon-iderable in Iciest -to the geol-  ogifai The laulting i-> but noi mai and  leadily ti.iccd, and the <tiuctuie of  the vein ni.ittci gives liso to, the  sji'i)nd,u\ enrichment theorv. llow-  e er theoiy, it is hoped timt the'looked  ,,'K  mmmmm  ��������� , * -    ,   ,-, -  coLUMitii n.ni-m xo .mills, i.ndi;ki:y snowixci c,\u hj:inc lo.\iii:ii with ploi'ii  rOLUMBIV FLOURING MILLS. ENDERBY   SHOWING POV. LR HOLSK  v<late machinery The Hour warehouse  ������ 100 feet In 40 feet. The mill turns  out several brand-of Hour, the '-Tlnee  Star Hung.iiian" (.heir best brand),  "Two Star Hungarian, '.and "Alpino,"  a new brni d they are putting ou tne  market. Tlieir pastiy flour is branded  "Piifted Snow " The mill also turns  out "W'heatlets," a breakfast food, and  .graham flour. F. II. MoPf.itt, who, is  lieaiily 'interested in the industry  iimiucially, is general malinger of the  company'*, business The mill 'is in  charge of T. F. 1'ringle, who h :s been  Jiere for six years. R. S. McQua-rie is  in charge of the engine room. In  addition to the niillii'g [il-nt there is  a chop-feed plant.  The mill was started 16 years ago  as a 100 Barrel, mill, and has now a  fajiucity of 300 barrels a day. The  main building is in two sections, one  SOft by 40ft, and the other 120ft by  40ft.  iTHK MACHI.VEKY.  consists of seven double stands of rolls  $im. by 24in A new addition to tiie  jilant is & w heBt*;washing machine,  and we are assured that no niatter  Jiow clean the grain looks in thebiiiim,  4he Hash water after passing through  tfhil plant is thick with dirt,-"showing  4he advantage of such a nnichine in  securing u clean sample of flour. The  aiiachine cost in the neighbourhood of  $6,00Orand isa 'hib'st ingenious device,  ���������fceing fitted with a blower ,which'dries  4he grain ie: ii drops through the  diuchine, nn'd thevdamp air is drawn  ���������off through the wife'g'aiize* covering.  Jsome idea of"the maghikude ' bf, this  wheat, washing plant may be,igained  irom the statement '-that < it extend*  4lirou^li thrtee'fl.Jorg. A Oh the fourth  ���������floor are tho Universal bolten which  ioim a moat valuable part of tlie mill  MINING.  British Empire.  The Briti.-h Enipiie and Royal  Stniid.iid claims lie on the west shore  of the noithein arm of Okanagan lake  almost-directly opposite the branch  load terminal, Okanagan Landing,  and four miles south1 fiom Vei non.  The property was bonded to an eastern  syndicate Fehiiiaiy 1903 and work  ptosecuted ever since with a woiking  foice of from 4 to 24 men.  DEVKI.Or.MLXT.  The most work has lieen done on  the British Empire claim which showed a series of parallel stringers or  veins, lying from 40 to 200 feet apart  in highly alteied diabase, and with  depth merging almost inipeiceptibly  into slates.  A shaft wa* sunk on one of the  larger veins at an altitude of 480 feet  abo\e the lake level, and the usual  exploiting work done such as crosscuts and diift".  The vein in places e.uiiea h width  of'4 feet, and iu >.vety shot t distances  would pinch to but a few inches, nt  which point the folding of the formation' clearly showed the displacement,  which however was slight; a distance  of 10 to 15 feet'finding the ore. "The  shaft was sunk 142 feet deep, iming  Davis safety whim. No water was encountered in the shaft.  In August a tunnel was started to  connect with the shaft, a distance of  440 feet, and at the same time to crosscut I the different stringers already  stripped' on the Surface. So far six  stringers have been cut, varying from  4 to 16 inches.  ,THK OKK.     ._  The ore in free  milling, carrying 3  foi will soon be in sight.   '  The disti ict hei ea bouts has never  lecened any but -5i.peifici.il attention,  and hardly any investment, and yet  theie are some good piosjiccts woithv  of .development 'That each one  worthy of development should piove a  mine l- yet to be ascertained.  ' The property is. under supei-inten-  dance of II. XV. Gendar, M. E.  CHERRY  CREfeK DISTRICT..  Tne principal propcities bf thi* district comprise the Cherry Creek, Morgan group, and Mona������hee, besides  some placer and si vei lead properties  of minor importance  The mentioned propcities are located about 47 miles south and east fiom  Vernon by wagon load, in the Osoyoos  District of Yale. The Cheriy Cieek  iniiies join the Monashee on the we-t  and the Morgan group on the east.  The Cherry Cieek pioperty con-i-ts  of two claim-, the Morgan (Jump of  tlnee, non under bond to n St Taiil  C.  The Mona-hee, consists of live  claims.   On the  . Cherry Creek Mines.  two tunnels have been run to a dis-  tmice of 200 or more feet, showing a  tine liody of ore. particularly so in a  -70 foot raiw, where show- a vein aver-  ���������iging.about 5 feet in width, and carrying good value. Not being acquainted  2vvith the actual values ~we are not in a  position to state them. A two-stamp  quadruple discharge, mill of Hendy  type was put up last year in the face  of the usual 'difficulties encountered  in a comparatively new disteict. The  ore is put into the -mill by -means of  chutes.  A-short run was-also made-on the  oitt from.the Morgan Group,- hut owing to  the advanced season and e.t-  tieme cold milling was -u-pended but  developement,!!* -till in piogie���������  jr The position ol the vein is such that  many thousand- of toil- ca'n he "block-"  ed/iis all the work is on the vein, limning into and up the mountain The  ' i '������������������  out oi op is  bold   and  coiitinuou-j Im  seveial thou������,tnd'fee(, with ore chute*  appealing on the '-uiface at no gieat  di-tanec apait '"    , '  The paitieiilar  vein   runs  through  seven claims nnd past,  oi   foi   a   di���������  lance of tluec miles   is  easilv' li.icc'd  b.v its-tiong out eiops.    Its  fiend'is  noith,70 east, with   n (dip  soutli/and  cast ot an aveiage  52 degiees.    (The  lui������ of  fiaetine  for   the distance ol  tlnee" miles' does  not   vaiy'tlnce  de-  gree'.it being un* exceptionally   tine  lysine Jv'ein.   The'    wall   ur   casing  is  porphyiy���������if-mg   the  tcini   in   lt-  genei.il sense���������while_.it. the'sonlli and  east he gieat belt- of'gi.inite. in which  .tie a numbei-ol good pio-peots  The  ^Monashee Property   *  enclo-es the same vehiAwhioh is almost as leadily tiaced .as ' on the  Chen.v. Creek ; Some rsixteen years  ago the piopei"tyMvas' staked"and "coii-  "ldci.ible (lev elopement done on ' it ' by  liuinii'ig foui tunnels coveiinga slope  distance of some 400, feet ap.u t, w ith* a  vcitic.il depth oLabout'TOO feet ...between the tunnels.-- Two ol these tunnels p.ualellcd the.vein foi about 200  feet, and then oie was bioken into by  cio-s cut-, while the uppei tunnels  inn almost in on the oie. By com-  paiison and value the ore* fiom tlie  two ditleient piopeities aie identical,  and legaidmy foimntion the difference i- that a soft prophyiy makes between the walls and vein of the Monashee. while the Cherry Cieek yet 1'e-  niains in a schistose lime cup. the  piophyiy being seen fuitliei up the  hill.  A five foot Huntington mill wa&, at  the tunc mentioned, put on the Monashee for the leduction of its gold  ���������value*-. The mill was operated by a  4 foot pelton wheel, undei 75 foot  head, the pipe canying about 40 inches of water.  A shoi't run was made when the  watei supply was exhausted, and the  propeity shut down until hist year,  when u local company bonded it and  commenced operations.    *    .   '       '. ,,,  The tailings from the old mill ran  ���������veiy high, but we do not believe them  to show the leal value of oie. as. having lieen lying out for so,many years,  they weie natuially concentiated by  niiiis, etc.   However,   the^values   pei  ton leeove.ed ainoiuiU'd lo 4>:i Oil g. Id , llumahout, the    we-tem ' -tales  and  The new coinpnnv"-   work eon-i-tei  ol (hiving ahead, on .the  con-ideied to he the  .woikin'g ttinne ,  b.v iiusing and cio��������� cut tins    '   "  Al  the   150 It    -tation'a   nii-c vva-  made lo^he -niiaee, .-how ing a   body  I oie 150 feeM'ng 78 feet  high, with  n aveiage'wicllh oi   3.feet, aifd viilue-  C.in.ida   thi- di  urnel, then   thy ol'inoie attention  from I)i7 DO  to  $11 ti   in Void pei  ton  I'lom the I������0 font station _ the   tunnel  vvasdiiven ahead lor a di-lanee,ot 13(5  feet fmtliei, 2S(I  feet'now ��������� being  the  lace     With the  exception ol-a small  fault blank the oie body is continuous  and aveiages 'in ��������� width 5 leetA Tlnee  ciosscut-back" to  thc/loot  wall have  been made, '\\<S feet   <ip.iit,  into  tin*  .hod}, (jiving a value of   11 (10 gold foi  the lull width and length of* oie body.,  The faec_shbvis-n stieak.of'- oie aveiaging 4   inches   and   carrying   .fl 1(13 00  gold,    lieside 'tins lie- the mentioned  cue bodv.    Kacli foot gained now add-  a numberyOf  tons  o'vei' head, us 'the  mountain uses l.ipidly  The chaiaclei" of "iircfi-" in appeal'-  mice hee milling, but such i- not the  case. Twenty-five pei cent ol tlie  '.issiiv value would-be ^the limit ot free  gol 1 recovciy by amalgamation' The  minet.ils piesentfaie pyiiteand galena,  about 2 1-2 pei cent.  -,-   .   "' - -,  *A lowei tunnel has just icached the  ,    ��������� , - - -, ������������������ '-* '  oie 'the charactei   of-* which i- simil.tr  <" ,    ...j   i       - ._      ..,���������>,-.-  to above.    -   '     , i    _.  "Bv*,coiitiiiiiecl liinniiig the tonnage  put in sight js nearly' the same as the  sdjoiiiing property ther Cheny Cieek.  The company ovvne-a water light of  150 inches of water, l>o*ide- valuable  town and tinibei sites, on the-latter  being a good hotel.  Again lefeirmg to the oie���������it is  pmely and snnjily a cyaniding ore It  is particulaily and peculiarly adapted  to this method.  The company's intention is to put  in a plant this summer. .  The Morgan Group  consists of tlnee moie claims on the  east side of Monashee mountain. The  principal work has been that of stop-  ing and sinking for the pin pose of  ascertaining the true trend, so that  tunnel may tap it eoirccvly.  The oie is highly mineralized, carrying pyi ite-zine, galena and a large  peicentage of fiee gold and pet/ate  (tellurid). -'The assay returns urn  anywhere fiom $50 to $1,000 gold per  ton.' The width of the vein is about  2 feet. A mill iuh on this ore pioved  veiy fair, and it is the company's intention to put in a mill this summer.  New C. P. R. Station Assured  For Revelstoke This Year.  Aheady new buildings to" be elected  this -piing aie being piojected.  ,1   11. Robinson   intends  erecting  a  new building  foi   the  Queen's Hotel., u  It will be three -toieys in height.  P. Bums it Co. vi i'l let a 'contiuct  shortly..for their biick block at corner  of McKen/ie avenue and First street.  - II. Lightbouine has let to D. McCarthy a eontiact for building a store  at Arrowhead. The dimensions of the  building aie 28x-50 ft., two storeys, the  tipper flooi to be u-ed a.- ,i residence.  We have received news from a reliable eastern source that the C. 1' R.  have defiuiteh decided  on   buildine ���������*  t -     - , rs ^  new -station at Revelstoke this }earr  and that the appropriation has definitely passed It is e .* ected the contract will lie let at an early datev This  will be'good news not'only to tiie rail-  I    '   'I  di-tiict is certainly woi-  t ha n ha,- hc-,11*  given it. A, is usual theie aie a  numbei ot goal pio-pects but,, it it-  onlv a mallei 'oi time when all, the-  toadside mines will be exhausted and  capital will h.iveki employ the burio  once more And yet 15. C s. piopei ties  aie iie.nlyall of easy acces-. ��������� ���������*���������',  ,   " .  ' (.i;.x-i-u w; x-ori:s.  The mining pKi-pectsTof the   valley  ,ne(yeiy eiicouiaging.  and in ..dditioo  to tho above [iionei ties there are many J  pioini.-iny p'to-pcrls.,   ,Tlieie aie  considerable galena showings on the B X.^ -  mountain, and on the Blue Jay on the  opposite side of  ihe  valley aie  good'1  |-howiiiL's   of   cop) ei   oie      At ' Hi.'"  /brine's place .ft Vei non we saw some  line samples of coppei   oie taken fiom  ihe_ west side  of   the   lake   between  Whitoiiian's   and  De.idinim's    cieeks.  I'he oie c.mies ur"ld and 4 pel cent   to  10 per cent  oppei.       C.i[)ta;n drew  and oth'ei Veiuon men aie   interested  iti the Uou Di.ible, anil Messrs. Birnie,  II.imiltoiK.iud   helioy   own   the Blair      '  J.y " '        '    ���������_  ..Tlieii' are ,i)-o.someLgo6d ^prospects  in the v leiiiuy of Arm-troiig. , When  tho Midway Veiiuni, iiitlway is built  the Okan.igin valley, will be well situated fpi minineilevelopinciil,especially  of <.oppei   oie������,'\is it  will  be'within'  n    j ri        .      i. f       .    ,. ^v ,  convenient   reach, of -the   -boundary  sinel.teis. ^       "   , 0     /."'*'  J  new^uIldings*  way staff but to thecili/ens and traveL-  By comparison ,vvith   gold   camps   ling public^  <*i   y'  ,       i  iiu  FLOUH WAREHOUSE OF COLUMBIA FLOUHIs'O MILLS, KNDERBY. r>.-  to  r-  f$ fat!"  '���������������*���������.,-<  ..-'^"^'^F ^rf(-^i"j.-jO/-,i;j^;oj-������v1i,1;.l:t..' ill,,:V'/".J"':"^  ��������� ���������, ��������� i; i-      i -"Mi ��������� ,    ,    !,!i     ir     ,  ,  ii '.'  /hi  'y^'- ���������sy--  C-.^'-*-^ -���������^i'^.&^-V?*;-  ?   , -O/i  .���������I'll.  v e  'jut.'  ���������'ill','  I I '  .   Cough  Medicines  ''  A ,'  A   '"    '    '���������   ���������  All Kinds, All *S,izes  '    ' -Just opened 'at  the  CANADA DRUG &  BOOK CO.  REVELSTOKE B. C.  , .     ���������   ," BORN.        ,-��������� ,  <ai Cki'Ssman���������On Feb.'28th,Ho* "Mr and  ' T. ���������       Mrs. ,1. B. Ci-essman, a (1  tighter.  (I , Ar.::uiAM-,b.N'���������On Feb   27th,   to  Mr.  and "Mrs. C.'.Vbriihamso'ii.ti daughter.  ' t   * . A.mvn���������On   March   jiril,  to  Mr.  and  <���������   A        ;���������       Mrs, C. .1. A nutn, a daughter. ,  Social & Personal,  Mrs. .1. Fraser, of ltoger'b'Tass,��������� is  visiting her sister, Mrs. liongvviird.  T.'K.,|j. Taylor, formerly of'Kevcl-  *tokc,-is-iiovv.residing at Fail-view'.  ,r. Forbes, of Roger's Pass, clerk for  0. JI. Morris, passed' thiough the city  en route for Vancouver on n holiday."  At iheKpw'oi'th League on'Monday  evening '11. Howson gave an , address  ou ������������������ Physical and spiritual culture."'  ,K. S. Wilson, formerly of Revelstoke,  has closed up his< tailoring business at  Afinstiong, and is going to California.  '.I.   1).  .Sibbald    returned   Tuesday  from his trip toOicgon nnd Califortiiu  Local and-General.  Field is>'released from-, scarlet fever  . '1-*  qiiarantiii'e.j, ,    ,    .. ,,-*���������.'    ������������������    i**' .' '  Dcro&ier, charged ' witli, forgery, h,is  been committed, nnd elected a speed}-  tii.ih ,     ~   '.      ,.  Morris Anderson is soiling his property in Revelstoke and returning to  Sweden with his family.    !,  The Sentiiml reports the death of  Mac Green, u trapper,.in the' vicinity  of'Tetc .hiunc Cache. ,   ���������    ,      '  on iu in intr business,.  THE BDNSPIEL/  t      " ' ��������� i \'^ '  Crand Points Competition  Score.   *  it ,  The following are- the results, of,this  event which could, not he completed at  a he bonspcil and was l-.fi over for com-,  plctio'n.    ,' ,'        .-' -  ^ -Golden.'���������J.G Ullock'. 33, G   L  Sinclair, 2S; T King, 27.        ' ,.   -  ' Greenwood.��������� IC   0 ' 13  Frith. 22.   XV  ��������� Cookscn; IS;  11 W Falconer,-IL; \V G  s McMynivlS.   ������������������',.'.���������,-  Nelson.���������\V A (Thu nn-in 24; D  Booth, 10; A T Walley, 30; C Long-  luivst, 21; 3 11 Fox, I!:? ���������   ' ''��������� ,"      -    ''  lvossl.uid.���������,1 runlo'ii'.ai: D Guthrie,'  31; Thomas .1 Dunn, 27., c*.  " Snndon.���������C     IC -' Lyons,    3(1;    Fred,  "Ritchie, 2."); ]{'. J) Mclntyre. 21;"\V. L.  ,'Grinimctt. 21; D.',1   Mcl.oehlin   LO; C.  .7.-McLeod. \S; L  1'i.itt, 17./  'Culgaiy.���������S. Savime, 30* F. McNeil  33; II. S. McLeod. 21.    ,  Revelstoke��������� "R. Smith, 25; C. R.  "Macdonald, 21; F. 15. Lew-it-. 17: II. A'.'  Brown, 17; J. A. Dallas, 10; D. H.  Jackson, 15; G. 11. lirock. 13; A. K.  Ecse! 13: T. 15. Raker. 12, G. S. Flindi.  12; D. "\!.,KaeAll; W. M*. Lnwience.  10; A. Crowe, 9; C. 13. Hume, 7; A. .1.  Howe, 5.  1st,prize went to Savaire,' Calgary:  2nd pri/.e to C. K. Lyon. S.inilon; orci  pri/.c to-be drawn between F. McNeil.'  J. G. Ullock. and .I.'H. Fox.  .1. Laughton. of the Union Hotel,  has gone to England, and his brother!  A Laughton, of Ferguson, is Jooking  after the hotel in his absence.'  Tho Ladies Aid of 'St. Andrew's  Church propose giving a " Tie social "  in Selkirk Hull on '���������'aster Monday,  April,-1th.    Particulars later.       ,,  .1, lv. Taylor returned this vveok_froiii_  a trip to the'Okiinngnn .valley., Ale  was so favorably impressed with that,  section that ho purchased a property  on Okanagan lake.        ' '  '    ��������� '  The Willing Workers of St. Andrew's  Church will hold an "At home" in the  Church on Friday evening. Maich Ll,  commencing at S o'clock. Hvoiybody  is invited.    Collection at the door.  Thi* Misses"Orr will shortly 3b'e leaving Revelstoke lo join the nursing  stall' of the Jubilee hosoital at Victoria.  Missoa Orrare among the most popular  young'iladies of the city, and wilL.be  gicntly missed.  Mrs. Grcenhow, of the celebrated,  Grcenhow ranch' in the Okiinagmi, is  hold'in' high reputation in the valley  by the workers ,as well as her neighbours. * A story,is told'that a leading  Okanagan'politician, who wanted to  leducc the watres bill on his big ranch,  went to Mrs. Grcenhow to ask her to  co-operate, in reducing ,the scale of  f irm wage1?. Mrs Grceiiho\v"sc: t him  about his business, telling him she  knew perfectly  well   how   to   manage  her own ranch   without his   help, and  '. * ���������  expressed her decided opinion that the  farm'.hands earned nil th'cy got. Mrs.  Greenhovv is a heavy -shareholder iu  t ie Ainistrong flour u ill, and the consistent way in which she supported  that industry is the admiration oi the  disti ict. Though olleied higher prices  to send her.vv heat elsewhere she loyally  stayed with the Arnistioug mill. Mrs.  Grcenhow is an example how a sc'-f-  ruli.iut lady in this country can make  a thorough -nieces*-, .of business afl'airs,  while being at the same time publicum itcd and enterprising.  CHURCHES.  CURLING..  Kincaid   won   the   Equitable   Cup.  defeating Upper by IS to 7.  '    Field   beat   Howe   for    the   Green  Curlers by 13 to 5. and won the curling  stones presented In- C. B. Hume.  A Subscriber writes :���������'1 let my  subscription to the .mail lapse and am  lost without your excellent paper. I  sliall not let occin ay.iin..  I'KEsIlVrEKIAN*. ,  At a congregational meeting held  on Wednesday it was decided to  endeaver to retain the services of Rev.  W. C. Calder as minister and Messrs.  Steed, Miller. J. Lawson, McLeod, M.  Anderson and More were appointed a  committee to wait on   the Prcsbyterv  C J - *���������  r.t   Sicamous  on   Tuesday  and   urge  that-,   although    Mr.   Calder   had resigned,   he   be urged to withdraw his  re ignation and that  the  members of  the committee have  full power to act.  as they deem best to   carry   out   the  object of  the  meeting.     J.   Lawson  presided.   Mr. Calder was not present.  The1 Synod's committee  on  Home  Missions of   the   Presbyterian   church  has   made   some   new    arrangement  a fleeting nearby   places.     Kev.  T.   S  ((rla-sforil has been .settled permanently  i in Nakusp. vvhil-t Rev. H. If. Ko-n. 15.  I A.,   is   to  be  -tifioned  in Arrow he-id  13. Mobbs, of'Gerard, had his leg  fractured while jumping'aboard tiie  steamer at Kaslo. >      <  y J. Sands had two of his ribs broken  by striking a*log while breaking the  road on a street the other day.  Nelson" is looking up again., The.  News says it is dillic ilt, to get house  accommodation in that city. ��������� ��������� ,  A local ladies hockey ,match.'will  take*place Monday at the Rink at 8  p.'in., admission ;*>()conts." Come and  help out the ladies.  _ We , have lo, thank many', of our  subscribers for their ki11tl expressions'  of appreciation,of the Kooi-icn-ay Mail,  which is now regarded as' one of the  leading papers'of the province. - '  G. Knapp, who returned this week  from the c.tsl, says the, win ter there  has been the most severe within the  memory of the oldest inhabitant and  he was glad- to get back' to British  Columbia. .     ,        ���������" ' ,*-        r  ������������������  The provincial government have rc-^  fused to give any assistance whatever  towards the building of a tramway  past Death and Piicst Rapids to enable transportation to be established,  to Canoe River. :  In the annual report of the'department of education Inspector tWilson  remarks on the improved tone-, of the  school, and the careful supervision hy  l'jincip.il Miller, but notes' vv,'uil of attention on part of senior classes.  On.Thuisday night the Revelstoke  Ilievveiy was entered and a 'ijuantity  of beer stolen. The cash bo.v was  broken open and the 'oflice wrecked.  Last night, the police arrested two  'men on suspicion of being'implicated  in the atV.iir. * ���������.������������������������������������       ,' ,  F. C. Gamble,' provincial engineer,  has been to'Tiout Lake to.ariange for  the protection of the liver, bank, [t  is hoped he will make a better job o  the work than when'he visited Trou'  Lake last sptlng and repot ted ��������� the  work as utteily unnecessary.". .. -7 -  Some tough characters a're getting  about the city of late and lhe police  have been having a busy time. Ycs-  teiday the police court was ��������� occupied  with assault and counter -assault cases  at n disorderly house. A man connected with the Union restaurant  was arrested on advice of Edmonton  police. A man was'fined if?LO and  costs for assaulting a woman at the  Union 1est.1ur.1nt.  the fact that immediately the'rough  player'left the ieo they siiorcd a goal.  The giime was given 0-1 in 'favor of  Rossland.   '     ��������� '    ���������' , ,   ' /  ���������'' skco.vd match, ''  A second match was played Moilday  when the Revelstoke team lined up as  before and the'Ros-l.ind another team:  Mary Milne, goal; Kiltie Hamilton,  point; K Deiuuth, cover point; Lill e  Demuth, centre; 13. -Adams, right  wingi'F. l?ogart,,le(t. wing. ' Thi''team  comprised tlnee .of Rossland's be-t  11I Ivors. - No withstanding thi-,, the  visitors held their own; and the g.inu  was given -t-1. The vi-it ,r- hiiweve:  claim they shouldMi.ivo won as ullinv-  ing what they claim t.:1 be an, oil' 'side  on the pai t (iMi'is-slaiid'team.   '   j.  The, ltecelsto e ladies were slinwu  through the club rooms .and ihc !.������������������  Roi mini', , where they weic taken to  the 800'ft level. The business people  of Rossland Iron led llieiu splendidly,  and'coiiiplimcuted them 011 the fact  they had shown the R'isslaiiilor they  could play hockey and c nduct' (hems-elves ai ladies at the same time.  A Rossland resident says Revelstoke  should be proud of the team from this  city.  > 4*&4*M ^^W^W^&^^M'W'^  mii  ',"1  i \/i  TES!'  SK&TES.tv, a' SISATBSI y -  $  HJ,   As f'kn'tlng'is iiliout' to commence wo have placed in stock the fiininusi j������  Bofceir's Hockey Skates  f  in eight ditVerent'kinds at .reduced prices.    We lnivu,all sizes 111 each ���������  r  of'tiie'-'e', ������o are "diiiVto'iatisfy'you.    Do not-fail'to nv-ail-'yourself of ������g������  this opportunity. , , '    r   ,, .������      '        < *|������'  Wo have Hockey"Sticks* for forward^ind defense ])layerfi,,iiiade of second  ������^>  growth elm, which cannot be beaten, in Canada.    Conic and examine (*>,  our, stock hefore piucha'sing.     ' , ' *��������� "    '   ������*������  KOIt  .' OK  UAIIDWAHK  ALL KIN'DS.  W.. M." LAWRENGE ,_  Business Locals.  , Parker   fountain,   pens   at'. Bews'  Drug store. ' , 1 ' ���������  Read C. 15. 1 runic it Co's. advertisement on fiist page. . ���������"   "  /The St. Leon Hot Springs has   been'  . ti,. Spring Suit ���������'/;.;  '  Union -Made at  M/AA'Wiison,Fa|xfle:  MclvHN/IE AVRNUB,       '-      ', NKXTTAYLOR BLOCK.  1 ' The only placcriu town you can get' it.   ��������� , ',  noiv ready to accomo-  HOCKEY LADIES ATROSSLAND  c  The members of the ladies hockey  club who visited Rossland to do  battle returned Wednesd iy. They  enjoyed the trip, and speak in high  terms of the hospitality extended to  them.  At Saturday's match the teams lined  up :  Rossland Revelstoke'  Mary Milne.. .tf . .Goal... . N. Dunne  E. I31.ickm.an ... .Point.. E. I'ettipiece  M. Goninan. .Cover point . V. Coleman  K. Hamilton .. Left Wing .. M. Corley  E. Demuth ..Right Wing,.. . A. Buck  E. Honey Rover M.' Buck  F. Honey..'... .Centre B. Sawyer  Referee���������F..G. Conroy, Kossland.  The visitors were  not  given  a **fnir  pei manfully.     Mr.   Rosi  comes well  recommended and highly spoken of.  Sunday, March Oth, being the  centenary of the formation of .the  British and Foreign Bible Society the  members of the Revelstoke Orange  Lodge will attend the evening service  in ,1 body. Mr. Calder'." morning  subject is ".fesiis On lint the ritorm,"  his evening subject "The Light of the  World." There will he special music  by the junior choir in the evening.  . MF.THODIIT.  Kev. 'C.   Ladner   will   hold special  services tomorrow, being the u 11 i versa I  All the toilet  nece-sities  for  tl-e | cenienarjr  Sunday of the British and  Foreign 'Bible Society, when the  centenary thank ofTerii g will betaken  in'the evening. _Jn the past 100 years  the British and Foreign Bible Society  has isHtied 180,000,000 copies of the  Scriptures in 370 languages.  Zi',"'/ff*"'*'J"\  The HEALTHFUL HOME  We havreveiy ic(piisite for health  or beauty that i.- carried by -iny  first-rate drnggi������t���������all the soot I'-  ing and helpful remedies for tin;  in linn  the child. Talcum powders, sponges, powder puffs and jitifV boxee,  etc., etc.  HOUSEKEEPERS' REQUISITES  For    iprifir    hon������evlf*-&tiiniir ��������� Ammonia,  bo ni*, camphor, chlorifta of  lim������.     Onr  stock 1-1 fre-iti and pure.     We deliver nil  .  parcels.  red eum&y  chance., ni they could only get the  rink for half an hour for practice, and  then only after much trouble. At  -juiuKluy'.-i match they played level  for ten minutes, when a Kossland  player started a rough game and was  ordered oil the ice three times, and  tinally ruled off altogether. The  visitors were not used to horse play  and declined to make such exhibition  (if theniielveb. Their ability against  the Kossland  phi verm   was   shown by  Moscrop Bros.  J. A. BUCKHAM.-  A. BARGAIN.  i'' "V *       ���������%   *       -"���������  ~--For'9s������Ie TCh#ap ��������� One. .������econd-h������nd  cook stove, with or without hot''water  attachment*. Can be' Heen In  Apply office of this paper.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  opened  unci j  date ,visi tors, >,  15. C. views ,iiiid souvenir china ut  Bews'Drug store.- a' '  For sale, cheap, 'second-hand-base  bin nor coal stove. Apply at Kooi'ivVAV  Mail oflice.      " '    " '        <_ "  Vou can get anything, in drugs or  patent medicines you want at the  C.inadar'Di*ug X- Book'Co. >  Miss Shook will have charge of the  r, , -  millii.ery  depaitmcnt    at    Rcid  and  Young's.   .   '  Ouit'niti discount sai.i; of furniture  only lasts a short while longer. Don't  miss the opportunity of getting^vvliut  yon-want in the furniturc'line. John  Ip. Wood, "The Peoples Furniture  House.'       -       _    /'   ,  1  ' \- :,r  Socialist party meets 'Cvery.AFrid.iy  night in Selkirk' ll.ill.' '^Subject lJor'  next discussion "The ������ unemployed���������l*  Coming liuancial -crisis." Cordial  welcome extended to everybody. -',"'  . JHss ' I-'yfe announces' a" school ^of,  dressmaking in connection with the  department in O. B. Ilume" &' Co's  store. . Ladies make up their own material. Consultation ' free. ( C. ��������� B.  Hume & Co.'  Oflice diaries, blank books/shannon  Hies, binding cases or anything rc-  quiicd for an oflice at the Canada Drug  & Cook Co.  Travellers visiting Revelstoke will  lincl the best accomodation at the  Central Hotel, Abrahamson  Bios, o  When you come to Revelstoke hail  the Central Hotel bus to take you to  a good 'hotel. Abrahanison Bros.  Props.  You will always find an attendant  at our electiic fitting and plumbing  shops. We supply the best assoi t-  "niont of electiic listings in the city.  Moscrop Bios.  Dr. W.i J. Curry, .resident dentist,  Louchee I block.  Nov-Is and story books of all kinds  for one week only at 10c. each. Don't  miss tnia chance for 11 good supply of  reading at the Canada Drug &, Book  Co.  K. Barber has purchased fr tn J.  Cummins the King's hotel at Ferguson.  Wc arc planning for the biggest  spring business in oiir history,, with  the best stock ever shown in towfi  honest prices, fair and courteous  treatment, and a guarantee of satisfaction. Wc hope to me:it a good  share, of your patronage for spring 1SI04  J. B. Cressman.  Lewis Bros, report great activivy in  city real estate, and look for a most  progresiivo ye.' in Revelstoke. Among  other 'tran-ja- in? ell'ected this week  was the Hah v Wilkinson's house  on   Fourt! t,    to   A,   Ilobson.  Several lot-. ��������� also  been  sold   for  new buildings.  Sale  of  Carpet Remnants  Many :d;tinty' designs'-lo select from.'    If  you* want a  small square for���������.your parlor or drawing room, we still,  have some'in pretty and lasteli'il colorings.';'/,",      4   ������������������ ,  ���������Ri HOWSON <S& CO.,  "*  -  1  ' -  *  t s       . -   ' '   \ ' '  Undertakers and'Embalmers.    ,,   ,'   ,     Picture'Framine,  id������u������^ fuM^thi/a������^V 'JLaJ ^^XayTWZ/^  /s StoaMAiJ^n^ C^&yM.e^y?L  y.i pHisni^'/Jf ^.,-fef,MJ^yfri^^- ^e������t^y&ULr   *���������  ���������*���������''���������* *      wh      v,,l '   ���������       l' ������������������        < 1    . n i -i\_ ^  Neatly and  Expeditiously  Executed at ~  The; Kootenay  Mail Office.  THE HOTEL VICTORIA  B. C.  K. K. LKASON,  VICTORIA.-  Aiuei-ioiui .nut Euroiiuun I'l.m.  AiucriC'UiiI'I.i.ii $2.(10 and1 Uiiwards.  'Slciim'HeiUod. Siiiniilc rooms.  The, Revelstoke Business' College  Day and Evening Classes in the  Library Building. ������  Practical    instruction     ih    given    in  Book-keeping, Commercial Arithmetic  Penmanship,  Correspondence,  Shorthand, Typewriting  and English, '  nnd other subjects can be arranged for  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  v     -   3010 .Westminster  Road.  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees!  UNION ,CAFE  'Goodrow & Vincent, Props.   ,  East of Imperial .Bank  t  Finest Cafe in Revelstoke  Open All Day and Night  Rhododendrons, Roses;  Greenhouse nnd Hnidy Plants.'  Hnnic-Grown .mil Imported  Garden, Field and Flower Seed*  .     '      For Spring Phinting.  Kiifctern pi ices or less.   " "White Libor,,  Revelstoke  Dairy���������=x  V,. A. REVKLL, Proprietor  Orders received for milk, cream  and fresh butter  Customers can rely on having on their  requirements filled daily  - FERTILIZERS.  c  Bee Hives and Supplies.  Cut Flowers und Designs.  Catalogue fiee.  M. J. HENRY,  Vancouver, B. C.  s:m:o:k::e  KURTZ & CO'S ClfiARS  The Best on tho Market.  WANTED  iwe:  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators^'.-  Electriff-FFxfu'res Sf^Put In:  WANTED ���������25   Bushmen   hy   Bi������  Bend Liimt-er Co., Arrowhead.  Seeond Street, Revelstoke  WANTKD - Chiimhciiiinid      and  WrtitreHK at ffotel Uevelstoke.  For-SSde������  .-���������Tv.Vj  At .^/ilmon Arm, 100 Acres Fruit and  Stock' J^and ; 50 acres cleared.   Apply  I to A. 8. U KNRY, Mission City, B.C.  WRAPPING  PAPER  AND  PAPER BAGS.  The Kootenay Mail lias been  appointed   agent  for one   of '  the f largest Canadian   Paper  Mills.  Wrapping ��������� papers in   rolls or  flat,   and   paper  bugs   of .all <  weights and sizes supplied to  order printed or unprinted. . s  Kopteiiafii Mailf~Reit@lGfoke.y  KURTZ'S OWN  KURTZ'S PrONEER,  .KURTZ'S SPANISH BLOSSOM  are Biands thatVan't he heat������>rr.  MADE 3Y UNION LABOR.  WOOD YARD  l'have started a permanent..WcwmB  Yai-di on Third.street. .'.VVith my past  pxpempnee Lhope.to- be'ui.a, positiow '  ito-aatji^fw^rtJljrwiuii.ttCiientjfli^ofe^ostoBew    pre.' 'Mill and" "cordwood-'8upplird'-i!������<���������  any lengths at reduced prices for caste-  * ���������*      '    '      '' B. SAMSON.     ���������-


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