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Array PUBLISHISD   TUESBAIT  .^IDTID   ^TIXTD^lT^.  Vol. 7.���������No. 15.  REVELSTOKE: B. G, MARCH 27, 1000.  $2.00 a Year.  - --- - 7 ";T"'"'"-"T 'v* ���������'" t ---���������-,- - &] Illij   MliPilOliMi * iiOIillM.  z. THE   Til   A  T^TlTri.' nmAT^Ti  x  , ������������������    ���������  '<to  117 'A TITTUP "' CTDi'R V &  C*fo  It is afrighlful-lnoking and calamitous-  1 '     soiindingwoidbiil.il is only another way  of sayitier  "unusually pretty."    This is  ternr applied to oui*  NEW LACE:CURTAINS  by till  who have seen Llicni.    Via havo  'tho  nattiest line carried   in .Revelstoke  to-dav, and wc havo marked llii'iu at  **~N  Kfcrwyjt.waiguaam������aAij.i.i..>K<������^satt.  iu^>   r ^   ^  A ��������� l\  fo       *    &J 4  A,   /   *4 tf      ,-    ������  The Drv Goods and House Furnishing Men.  rfa  #  't������>  Tlio city council mot Friday  evening  for ils, regular  mooting, all (he  mem..',  bi.'i-.s being piesent.  .' Minutes   of tho special   mooting   of  Monday road and adopted.  *        *��������� i  A communication was received from  ���������i i  R. Uowson and J. J. Smith asking that  tho(sidewalk on west side of McKenzie  avenue be raised ton inches to come on  a' level with their business houses.  Referred to public works committee.  Abrahamson   having his vote recorded  against it. .  A petition was received asking for a  sidewalk on Second slreel/rom Bpyle  to Railway avenue.. Referred to public works fommittee.     ,."���������',  R. A. Brown ikldressed tho council  stating that a deputation was present  to see if council had an ived at decision  on grade of First street and McKenzie  avenue, andasking that the matter be.  referred to public \yorks committee  and   that  city   engineer.be asked to  make profile.        '        '* -_.  ��������� On   motion   the   city   cferk was  in-  Willi ,Boe?  o  ano un  tJnij  James ,McMahon Avrote'ih reference j structed to ask Ur. Ruck to'take profile and meet .public works committee  on (.be ground Saturday afternoon?  After the leading of several accounts  the council adjourned. ' '"  v^WOpOlpCgAtyj^iypvg} C^yJt^i������i0^^y^L^(^i C^q^^iy^C^^^y^v^)0^i  _ . . .    . . ._  MilVUi  oUillNuO.'8'-"    -  It is now,time to older your Spring ������ynit. Spring  Goods now in.' We'will ��������� "make them up at this  time at very reasonable prices. ,    '  tr " ** .  WILSON,  THE. TAILOR.  C    5.   a.   h.   ���������������   s*   ^   -> >���������*?���������   *   JJ-   ->   -^   -3-   *   ->   '*���������   w   ���������>.>���������   *r.   -**   >),   4.   4-   v   'j-   s.   -j-    a-   -v.   ������.������.-.?  t ,('  ' ***"! .   ^   ' crfi ... - t  A*  o^nrxoios = fibst '"street ,4������  to the obstruction of sidewalk in front  of his premises, staling that legal  action would be taken if matter,was  not attended to cat once., , Referred to  public works committee:  ' -J. D. Sibbald quoted rate of $2.00 for  insurance of fire hall. .-  Chief ' Bain' wrote declining tlie appointment as chief of the fire brigade  saying that he could not- devote, time  to this office iu addition to that of chief  of police.   Filed. ( ,     ���������-    -  ,  An application for street"foreman-  ship was leceiv'ed from Win. Fleming.  Filed:        -    . ' .  , "i  R. Tapping asked'1 to havo itemized^,  .report ,of   the   $12,000'   expendeii    on  streets last year published. '   Clerk was  instructed to write Mi'*'Tapping.  Tenders for, the painting of fire hall  were received from J. Samson and  Ramsey' and McKenzie. Mr/Samson"  asked $282 for the job/allowing $21- for  the roof. Messrs. Ramsey and Mc-  Kenzie's tender called for $203 without  roof.    , . ������     ...  .Aid:-.Peterson then addressed the  council on'-.the'unfair distribution ot  ���������piibiic. i'uiiun ' Ivetwee'n the u]>per and  loweKtown, pointing out that the'low'-  er lire hall has stood for over, ten years  without paint. He also complained  that, three" out of*' four of ^he pulilic  worKs committee weie residents of the  "east end.        A", ,  Moved"and seconded by Aid.'Kiipatrick and Aid. I^atrick that tender  of Ramsay and McKenzie for $20.3 be  accepted. ������ The   motion'carried,  Aid.  1 i '  .      jp     ; i,  IGHOCSHIIS.  4 Now is ��������� tne .Time to Bay before the Spring  Price List ��������� is -in force.  w&  Fancy' and staple groceries'  the best.' Pickles of every,  kind : Mixed Pickles. Plaint  Pickles, Swept Pickles, Pic-  alillie^Chow Chow, Mustardj  "and Catsup; in bottles, jars-5  and "in bulk. , All of the1'  purest, and best! Lowest/  prices on these "goods.  3HY-.&  LliE.  ���������     WITH STRATHCONiUS.   '"  Interesting Letter  From One. .of the  -   Troopers.*   .    , *   ,*.  DeAit Mail.A ,***,���������  The Strathcona Horse, full  number,  leftOttawa Monday  morning last at  11'o'clock for Montreal,   where arousing reception was given us.     The men  paraded at tho Windsor street station  and marched to  the   Windsor   Hotel,  BA miles.   The streets were lined  with  people, many claiming it was the biggest   turnout  Montreal   has' seen for  many.A'ears.'     At   Windsor ' Hotel   a1'  dinner awaited',the men  and speeches  .were made by  Mayor Prefontaine and  several   prominent   citizens,   also   by  Col. Steele.   At S o'clock the. regiment'  left Montreal for Halifax  and  arrived  here at S o'clpck'^Tlyirsday. ..morning...  'On arrival the the horses were at once  transferred to'the troopship Monterey,  and the men marched������to the exhibition  'grounds where they will  stop 'till Saturday morning  when  thev sail direct  for Capetown.    One hundred and'fifly  men for   the   first   contingent1' will go  with us. A ' \ * "'  , There is very little snow here, but  along the road from O.ttawa to within  50 miles of Halifax there is an avei'-age  of three feet of .snow. , Altogether it  is a worse looking country tlian B. C  The Revelstoke boys are all well and  anxious to get away. - '  Send the Mail   to   Capetown,   care  C squadron, Strathcona Horse.  R.  (.Sjic-.-inl tu the IMaii,.)  , Lqxdon', 27.���������Tho Capetown correspondent of ,tho Daily Mail ,saysA  "A strong expedition will leave Kim-  b'iflcy to-day primarily for Criqua-  fcown.   , Its  movements   are likelv  to  ii        *���������  attract considerable attention." '  Military observers hero and oven  those in close connection with the war  oiiice are confused as to what is being  done for'the succor'of .Mafekin" with  which,,the above-movement appears to  be connected.  tieneral French is reported ' from  Bloemi'onteiii' on Sunday as returnin,"' ���������  from Thaba JSIicbu without apparently  having hetided oft" Commandant'Oli-  vicr with his lo gups and-'miles of  b-iggage. /     , ,  Jjoer horsemen   are in contact   with' ,  Ih-itisli outposts   from   Biggnrsberg to '  Warrenlon.     "General Btiller's patrols  had_ar sharp skirmish   on  Sunday At  Waschbank.'    Lord Robert's infantrv '  ,   ��������� - -t* j  have now, been quiet for four days,  and an 'advance is hourly expected at  the war olliee. ���������        A,  .   Toronto,   Marcli 27.���������Letters, just  arrived here give detailed story of   lhe ,  Canadians    part   iu    the   fighting   at '  Paardeberg.      Tl  ley ���������\show   that  regi  ments had a rough  all-night  inarch of  'twenty-three miles, the   men   carrviii"*  p'itcksi '^on-   account' oT"''theA5eficieut  transport   service;*'   while   other TC"iT  ments marched light."     They "were.un- ,  expecjtedly'-   attacked    in.   tlie   earlv  morning   and   .were   under heavy fire '  ��������� i i n  with scarcely anv cover all da v.   '.  ftcsa  IiioUEiAhU  , v  ^^^ wt-tyTWi^t>^^,t':i^%c^r:>t;^"-T-^:v^'*ti"T^:H:J:l^^' t-^P*&  *������^ ^%^^^^^^%^^^^  |LTi/iiDia  Don't forgot thai our pi-ice.'i  on Crockery and glasswari  , aro   the  lowest    quoted   in;  ���������> Revelstcko.  JMEN'S CLOTHINft.'  Our stock of Men's Kuriiish-^  'ings and clothing ii com-5  pi etc and we can sell you an,  outfit at very reasonable^  prices. Pants will be made'  a specialty.  a,  "Epworth League Meeting.  A joint meeting of ', the Epworth  League of tho Methodist church and  the Christian Endeavor Society of the  Presbyterian church was held in the  Presbyteiian church last eveniug. Tho  topic for the evening "was "The Glory  of "Obedience," " which, after being  thoroughly discussed was followed by  a short programme of songs and recitations. Refreshments were served  by the Endeavor Society and an enjoyable evening was spent by the largo  number who wei e present.   ���������  Seven Million Surplus.  Coursier's Old Stand,  ITJE^ODNTT   ST  Hon.   Mr.   Fielding   brought down  his   budget   speech   on    Friday. .    Jt  showed   a    surplus   of      nearly    five  millions, iinrJ   the surplus this vear lie  declared would be $7,000,000. *' With  tho   treasury  so   well   stocked   it was  right   to    reduce    taxation    and   litis  would   be  done   iu    the   direction all  wanted to   travel   by   a   reduction   of  duties on British   goods.      There  was  groat enthusiasm and a  full hou.se and  the scene when   thc ILou.so  sang God  Save   the   Queen      was     memorable.  There   were four   new   items   in   Mr.  Fielding's  speech, (1) an   offer of free  exchange of products between Canada  and Trinidad ; (2) machinery not man  ufactured in   Canada  for making beet  root sugar to   be  free;   (3)   Canadian  government  securities   to   be listed in  England so   that  they may be used as  trust fund investments ; (-1) an increase  in   preference   to   British   goods from  July 1st, next from 25 to 3'A', per cent.  R. S. Johnston, of Thomson's Land-  1 big, yas vlsjting town ^Hstertjay.  ���������Friday's'Liberal Meeting.  ]n response to the following, call a  meeting of about one hundred liberals  took place in Tapping's Hall" Friday  eveniug:���������  Liberal   meeting,   opera  house,   tonight:    There willjjo a meeting of the  liberals of RevolsTol^e tonight (Friday)  '���������  in Tapping's'  opera   house   to  discuss '  the advisability  of  sending, delegates,  to a provincial   liberal -convention   to  be held in Vancouver, April 5th,   and   *  other important business.    All liberals  are urgently requested to attend.     Mr.  Yerex of  Vancouver   will   be  present  anp address the meeting.     Win.' Law-*.,  rence, Win,   Dickie.-F.'    Bilker,1 ' Fd.  Adair,'H. A. ��������� Perley,   K.   f>.   Wilson,'  AV.   M.,  .Morris; Cv M.    Clarke,    \Y.  Savage, A. McLean, S.   .McMahon,   J.  .A. Stone, 11. Caley, A. C. Thompson-  Committee."'  The call was a sudden one, still the  response was large. The meeting did -  no business, Mr. Verex'did nob appear,  and an adjournment was made at the  call of lhe local liberal association.  Theie is some diversity of opinion  among local liberals on tiie question of  parly lines with the personality cf Mr.  Martin as a great .shadow looming .  large in its relaiion thereto. The  meeting of Friday adjourned for' information, and consideration of the  .situation, and there should be a general  and interested "attendance of liberals  of this riding at the next meeting  called for toni*rht.  ���������    The Building* Season.  If all report*-, are correct there will  be consideral building dime in Rovel-  stoke this year. The belief thai ,,the  C. P. R. will change ils depot site is  still gaining ground, and that Messrs.  Hume and Messrs. Bourne will erect  handsome stores on McKenzie avenm*  is also generally expected. Then,- too,  it is said the Imperial v Bank will erect  a handsome building opposite Molsons,  and that R. Fl. May no u-ili move his  present building further west, putting  in iU place a largei building. There is  talk, al.-n, of a new Union Hotel block  and otbei business structures along  .villi a number of line residences.  Let lhyiu nil couje. THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Zbe IRootena-tf flDail  PUBLTSHKD SEMI-WEEKLY.  '     , ' ���������.AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ���������B"V��������� ,,  li. R. CAMPBELL,  PCULISHKK AND PUOI'KIETOK.  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  ADVKRTISLVU   RATES   quot  c.ilion.  on   appli-  J03 PUINTINTG of.every kind at most reason  able rates and shortest notice.  ACCOUNTS for job  priiilini,'  or advertising  , payable on the first of every month.  CORRESPONDENCE on all mailers of local  or public: interest iin iled and ciirefully con-  '������������������iidei'i'd.   All communications to the Editor  inu*5fc tie iiccnnipiinieil by the mime of the  writer, not, ncceM.a.ril}"for publication, bul  as an evidence of good faith.  Address  o Tin; Jvootexav-jMail,  ���������    Revelstoke, B.O.-^.  TUK.SDAY.jiMARClf, 27. '1000.  ]i|.:vi:LS'i*0Ki-; [liberals tool? a wise  step iu adjourning the Friday iiieoliiii*  to give, time in discussing the provincial situation'and the sending of delegates ,to the Vancouver convention.  ��������� There's no occasion for hurry, let calm'  and deliberate judgment be used, and  make the next meeting as representative of loca1 liberal feeling in this riding as'it is possible" to be. ,lf it is  possible fiiction and heat, should be  avoided, and fair phy and free expres-'  sion of liberal opinion .prevail.  Tin-; Trout Lake Topic's able article  on the ' local 'provincial   situation pro-  o*  duced   in   this issue  is good sensible  .reading.  '  Tnn   Herald   is  now attacking Mr,  '   ���������-     -A        ,  Cotton.-   We-wonder why?  -Political Situation  In the Lapdeau.  .More than ordinary interest, has  been aroused in. Trout Lake with  regard to politics. Partly from the  fact that the extraordinary muddle  into which provincial politics has been  thrown, has caused men who ordinarily  would have paid little attention to the  matter, to arouse themselves to a  sense of their responsibility, and partly  because our townsman Thos. Taylor  has announced himself a candidate for  legislative honors. That the feeling  towaids ilr. Taylor personally as si  citizen and as a candidate is very warm  and very unanimous is beyond dispute,  but that this feeling is as unanimous  with legard to his position in entering  the field as a liberal-conservative candidate is not so_ evident. Even in  Trout Lake 'where bo resides be has  many warm friends who think, he  would have done better lo have come  out on a ���������platform which had all th������  essential features of that adopted, at  the liberal-conservative convention in  New Westminster some time ago, but  detached from tbe label, i"conserva-  tiveA 0  - Tho statement l)a> been made that  in -Mr. Taylor's case party should be  ���������sunk for Ilie purpose of getting iu a  man of the di-trict. But- in the majority of cases this remark has Iven  dropped by persons who happen to he  conse-valtve in leanings jiiuI so the  force of the cimtention i.i very largely  diit.'ini-lu'd.    As il is geneiailv  undei-  i i.i  a;:  .ti- ,i  ���������li 11' ���������!,-���������'��������������� .  ���������i|..; .-| ���������-, ..ii:*,  I iUjcCt -   ,-|     III  of  ���������ll ill,  :. ���������; inn |\'i' ' ii ��������� ii i .i v.  ���������!)'.��������� ue i 11 )������������������ iii.' ���������-  Ii   .,>'   11   j, i    an*  .-ulnl.ili..:! A I'm    |  illlll  ! \', -I  ll'llVl .III    . ,! ]|){l**    "Ann  h  b_\ then ii'liriii.'l (>i ��������� i\ u\< .-il i'|i el mn-,  indicili; to tin* ted era I parliament the  trend of public opinion. In this con-  ne< t.ion were a man to sacrifice party  for local consideration--, it would tend  lo create a wrong iinju e-.sion and the  advantage claimed Un- lliN innovation  would hi* loM. Of c-ouim* lliete are  <|ii".-tiiiii.-* of principle uilli a man  which -liould never how lo lhe mandate*'} party, but wh<*re plal forms in  their ef-ioiitial feat ui-.'s are a** nearly  itleiitie.il as Ibosi** propo'i-d by lin  apo-lli-s of f'i'dci-.il party liiie*-, the  ijuolioii or principle i-> not uppermost.  mn] iiai orally p.iriy sympathy gaii^  l he day.  Until |A by no iihmiii reel.iiu thai  p.-n ly lines will lie ailopled in ilicprov-  inee. ll \* ga t heivd ft om what Iran,-  pired reconlly at the coast Ihal. AIr.  'Pinner und ipiite a following of tin  older cniHcrv-il ivc.-s on Vancouver  Island arc agaiiMt pari y llniM and the  hame is  iinr   of   .Mr,   Cotton   on   the  mainland. The executive'of the Provincial Liberal Association at Victoria  are also opposed to party lines and  there is no evidence to show that their  views are not shared by the great  ma joi ily of the liberals in the interior.  Therefore, to commit oneself to a  certain thing before it is known 'positively what the plans of campaign are*,  is to say the least injudicious. Then  lhe feeling of the neighborhood in [XlijJ;  matter, we are confident has not been  thoroughly canvassed. Tho'. steps  taken were at the instance of parties  in Revelstoke who. are scaicely iu  position to gauge Hie feeling hero. .It  was the general impression that thei;e  was no appeal from the lines laid down  by Revelstoke and so tlie delegates  were sent there with instructions lo  support 'Air. Taylor- as a liberal-conservative".��������� ��������� '   ' ��������� ������������������  Again, il would appear liy the tune  of the mooting at Ferguson, that qi ite  a number of the electors,, especially  among tho miners und prospoctot's, ate  not iu fa*, or of parly linos. - They are  not enthusiastic over a proportion  which will result in leaving Air. Cotton  out. in tho cohl. Prom their standpoint they argue���������rightly or wrongiy  ���������that it, was the Semlin-Cotton gov-  eminent which enacted the Eight Hour  Liwand they do not feel inclined to  work against the man who labored iu  their interests, this..apart from tlie  ability of the man, which they consider  the equal of any to-day striving.for  political honors. These men areavow-  e Ily in favor of a Cotton candidate at d  so, although they retain a warm feeling for Air. Taylor personally, they  may fool it/their duty to support a candidate"- were he to, present, himself,  who is in fayor of Air. Cotton as a posr  sible premier.  Going back to the question of supporting a local man', for the reason  that some pai ticular ' part will reap  benefits greater than others and that  if localities are carefully looked after  the Province as a whole will'flourish.  While largely admitting'the tiuthof  ���������"his*, it has been suggested that as a  tree is kept in pi'ifeel condition by  looking caiefully after the Hunk and  vital parts of it,.so if the Legislature  adopts u general policy which looks to  the vital interests of tbe twhole pro-,  vince the various parts of it will bone-  tit equally. In other words it is claimed that if the broad principles of the.  good of the province aie considered  apart from purely local interests each  pare of it will progress on, a moie  equitable bat-is.��������� Trout. Lake Topic.  ICootenay Lodg-e  No. 15A.F. &A.M.  *   The regular meeting--;  are held in the 3Jas-  ���������gg^-j-'^V-S   JTA       onSc Temple. Hoiut.o  ^^---iiJi^XS^;!! aiid.'.y    in   each  (fS^iiidnth afc 8 p. in.  .Vi-iiiiii^ brethren  cordially'w elcomed.  II. J. I'JtATT Skcuktaky.  REVELSTOKE "LODGE, I. O. O. F., Wo. 25.  -���������������*.,-.- Kcffiihir meolim"! arc held  . . ^Sn'eloc.l-:..   Viiil.ini* lirni.lii'i*  T.J.G'KAliAM*. X.G.    K. A. ICt-n'TLK.SOX.Siic  _     . .   __     j  ,     SSLKISK LOjDai*, KO. 13, I. O. O. J?.  ,^--r-=~.^_><_^.i        SIWl ���������! every '"iic-ijitj  ' sSz?~{f\\       "/ST^S--^    oveniiij, in()iidk-lio\\*'i  ["(    ^t^/ ""<-^n,      y\ \'i-it in;,' 'lirotliri'ii i-nr  JI. UAN'UL*r:V  rS-'tli.UJy   in\iled   Uj  ;i!  tend.  0'. W. ���������M.milJ-:. Si:--  COUK-'i* KT. bjegsi:  igXP i*. O. F, Xo. 3iG3.  ���������CrtTPF'������?  r*^i.\.L,.k/}&lSi  ���������/AA\U.(^i \ ~  i1,^)"-1 ? iA'-^k'i   8-Meets in the Oditiellow.*  \-^'^\(\.J^l~i''JA^)\   flailloa  the suevin.l itiin  ���������,'&%!���������'��������������� '''Sffi'Ufif 'o'n^th Mondays oi.' ouch  V^'^L.B.C.'^iffef   uiuiitli.    Vi.-iuiiK. hrelli-  vvi������* "i; AAy      '*<-''i   iavllod   to  atleiul.  K. I). .1. C. JOJIXSOX,  CM.  (.'. \V.A.MTC1IJCLL.  Jt. S.  o Gold Stnngc Lotlge,  K. of JP���������, Nc. 2S,  Rcvclstolte, B.C.  Meets 'cvoi-y ''A'pdnos-  d;iy in Odd bellows'  Hull ,-il 8 o'clock.  Visiting Knights invited.  J. AV*. CROSS, :u.j>..  ������ CO'  W. AVTXSOIt,'  K. of It. & S.  H. ITOLDICII  , t  AXALYTIOAr. CrilOUST AND  ASHAVliK.  1:  ,    Hoyal Seiioo! of AI ine-., .London.  .Seven year.-; nt Arorl'a AVorks, ri\\.-!ii.*,e:i.  Seventeen years Chief Chemist. I,u U'igan  Coal and Iron Co.. Kuv;:  Jjiite Ciieinirt. and Asssayor.-iriill JMines. Lid.  Kvery de-*eripiion of ass.iy and tinalyiseid  work iin'dofliikeii. '  ('hums examined ami rcjioi'Led niion.  jikvulstoio:; h. c. t  AKVEY & AJoOAUTMll  HAliKISTJi'KS, SOr,lCJTOJ{S,"!-:TC.   ".  Okmcum :   AloLsoNt'.   l-i/.Nic   Block,   Uiovjci,-  stoicj-,, li. C.L  jVlonoy to loan..  Olliee-: iteveUtoko. IS. C; l-'ort Sleelu, 13. C.  Gi:o. S. AIcCak^kk,   "    '   .1. A. Hakvk\\  JtevcMokc, JI. C. , Koit Nicole. Jt C.  Laurier and Labor.  A deputation',from the-Dominion  Trades and Labor Congress, consisting  of J., 'A. Flet't. Hamilton : E. P.  Bn.'iiiiiei-, of the Western Federation  of MmerA Association, Briti-sh Coluni-  biti; CK \Y. Dower and F. H. F'az-  patrick, Tot onto: and PL AI. Draper,  Ottawa, waited ou Sir Wilfrid Laurier  Monday. The fl.dogates expressed ap-  pfval of ill. iLrloc'k"- fair wage resolution and ut ordered to d--al uitli the  Chme.-i- u.d ilien labor laws. Air. j  Hremne: urged enforcing the alien j  labor act in British Columbia. They  had no oLj ������ctiiui. he, s.tid, tt) citizer^ of  the. United States tiauing to (,'an.iibi  on ihfir own account. He ([uoled from  a lettei from President Wilkes of the  la'ioi . .-s'iciation at X*.*Lon, dealing  atr.mgiy with tbe subject. In respect-  to Chinam*"'!!, ho decldred it was iin-  pos-ible to do ���������u.yihirig v. ilh lh������.-m, as  it wan j art of th'dr religion to h"  Chine-eand to takf-auay fiom Canada  lo China ..inythru: ile-v 'earned. ,'}������������������  l--i.-i '.. it .n. .-. ��������� , *. ��������� i -.....,;.; -  . ,.,.  <:  .1  Tla pi ��������� ....   ;   .   , ���������   -I.  ���������   A| ..*"..! ;i)    * ,  *ii.   iii.ii   \l  j , 11111111 \ i d "!  J.  , -AW CIIOSS, si. d.  SUKGEOX TO TJ1K C. T'.,I{., CITY HJiALTII  oi'i.'jcici";.  Is  Oillcc: Tnyloi;Block, Mackenzie Avenue.  Gold.   Silver,  .bead; and  "Copper Ores  w. pellew: haevey,  s  ,    F. G.S..'Klc.  A������-;���������}- C!l}L*os*!ind Mctalhtraionl ^\'o!���������ks,  V.ANt'OUVKrt. H. C.  . Sniiiplin.'j Works, 717-711) Ponder Street.  I> prujiarcil tn ,piu*i lve.e   llio   .lliove    i.-ln-sus  ��������� of  on;*, im- \\i'.  following-  J-'n^Ii.-Ii Jiou^e!-  '   \i-Iioiii he rer'.-Ai'iiu, vi-/,.:  Vivi.ui -Sc -i''..--. *.S\v.ui--e;i,   K'liolts JMelal t-'o.  I.id..  lAn-yporl,   ."fontli   "Wall"-.'  Snieller.i,  lie'.*'.! !������������������*. iA'-itvci-isicr.**, IM.-uiufiiititrei*-.  Ohocl'ins   sinaltcr ' pulps   a    spociaHy(  Chas. J. Aman,'  Eitgli-ih Tobaccos,  '���������fi:  i!  ���������-..ie,   ,  ./id   uonid  In  I Ui   ,1  mt r i due'd i eg.11 ding tbe ('hin'���������**,<! capitation tax, and th"y'wen' al-o carefully  looking to tin- Iroublus in lh'j Slocan  disti ict.  Put On ;i- Good Show.  Cieat  lAill- Leader :    "jiowuie's  1);^  Company (.MePh^e Xo. 2) pi-.*-,i'iiU-d an  ,' A ui"ricaii   Cirl'   al    tlio   (rranrl    la-<l  nigbl, and all who heard I her.lav u <*re  peilVclIy   sati'-iied   with it.      The pla.v  was put (in with sua p.-ind en -rgy. oicb  of   Ilie   players   taking   J * * ��������������� i-r h**r p.u i  well.      IJut.  aMiJu   fiom   tli**   play,  th������-  audience   wiii-p     delighted     with   tin*  ninuei'Mii-,  high  clu-r* .-peciaiti*'s intro-  dlicefl    b.'tween    the   aft?..       Tlu'tpade  and larlder ������ ork ol   Mr.   ilcPh.-e v..--,,  imineriVe and | In* ,-n-r-of   .Mr.-. ife|'iiee  upon lhe   laigo  globe   '.���������.-ere applauded  again   and   a^ain.      ll   Wa^ well wm-ib  I \u- price of adiriis-ioii."    This talented  company w 11 appear in i be f.ev^l-Uike  Opera   House,   Friday   >March   301 h   in  lliefoui act conifdy   "My   Uncle from  Manila."    Price*, 7.V, and otic, children  <Z;2ZSSi>���������������^ PHONOGRAPHS,  o  REVELSTOKE  \ 11- h wi     S AI i \\Is IU ������  0 8 LriW      LnuUuni  Ai   llu-   Jh-ili-di  --('(/1 ��������� '��������� in fi t y     in  >s<L '^y^. A.      Suiitii    Arriea     i.  ^H^til"'^> ';"'-v ;l"   ;is'-|"'<'"  t^H>\\i.<p?J&\     fael,    "-o   dtu-    -.u  '2"w.    Keserv'ed seals on sale at Canada  Drug .1- Hook (V  Lantldl ;/   lei -ine-*-  JO       J**eVeirlr,ke       V  I       \'\ '/'   '"'   * -���������'���������'>fl v.'U  bv I fie fa CI  ' f;Vl ���������   1 tb-'t   r*W- 'h.''vV    HV  \J'       j   (      pati'uw   and    yel  'A   ������������������      I   t\      I b.*re   i .   i ooiri lot  \'J      A' JJ     20H more,    (/ive ||*  "^m^^    ���������'   'di'iiK-e  and  wi  "   "      will    eiide,uni     11  gi\ e yon  sat i -f',-i<  lion    in     1,'iimdrv  Voiii-s rc^pf-f'tfiilly,  Lass Scnssc -nfissS^li^iaSiik.  ^   ~B..  Z?*^.  A  ft  ff^V,  JOHH V. PERKS, PROPRIETOR  Targe  axjd  well  lighted  J SAMPLE ROOMS.   Kcalcd by  " ^v^ )io(. air and eleetric bells and  lijdit iii every room. " Frec(bus meets all  trains. > '  RSASONABLE  HATES.  Xiglit Grill Ti'ooni in connection for tho  convenieneo of }?ne-ts arriving and departing by niylil trains. Jlourly streek  car between hotel and station."  ... REVELSTOKE, B.C.  VKrgvta  ���������j  Km.  OL.IM I i \r\\  ABRAHAMSON BROS.  PROP'S.  Newly built. lwrst-clajf  iu OYi'.yy respect. ��������� All  uiodoni couveniences.  Laige sample'1 rooms. Fire  ])ioof safe. Free 'bus  n i ue Is all trains'.  Under same management:   '  QUEEN'S HOTEL,"  ,      TROUT LAKE CITY  ' i k r i  Newly Built.'  $1   PER  BAY-J-iam.      . Lighted by Electricity  -         ,   ��������� I nroughout.  ". '        '' '       K*W  I,  )' Best Brands of  Wines, Liquors and  R. CALEY, PROP'R.  O - i  tl '  6-o-G-o:o<K>'a'OH3-0"ao^>o<>^OH>a-o<)^  Cigars.  ORIENTAL; HOT E  ' lf *  <��������� J. A. Stone, Prop He toi'. .\ . .*.  Ratcsj' $ l per d;iy  IiJcctric lighted, furnace - healed .  Ncwlv built and furnished. . . .  lunest  and   best ' supplied  bar  . . In the city  Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B.C.  q-o-oo o o-o o-c>a<>o<>-o<^a-c><><>oo<H>o-o<>  ���������" T L  ������������������jvoooenayL-umDe  (Ijimili'd Tjiability.),  Manufacturers and Dealers in all Kinds of  IWvl  SHi i*S *T O ���������* 6T iT  , Also shingles, mouldings, base, boards,  ca sin *-_*-���������*.>, finish in c>' lumber, extra wide  clear pint*: and cedar.       Lynn-   dimen-  1 . ��������� i o  sion timber cut to order. A large  r"*,sri;'['iv'-:*ii of ^'y:\'-.on lumber kept on  h.r'.d1 in iiu- vai'd aiKl sheds at Revelstoke by the pioneer lumber dealer of  Kootenay who also has had considet-  able experience in , eastern Canada  which enables him to cater for what  the builder requires:1 You will always  * find him ready for business.  Y Prices, Right.      icrms Strictly Cash.     Leave Your Order  6 ���������- , -  y Aii    A Uliijlliil^   hjl'Ulll)   IlOVt/WtUiiOj  DtVt  aO-0*-0--0-0-0-C<)10'0������0'0<J^CK>-C>0<>'  i w  -������rwa,rr'������9R#JW3a-jr-rvr-j  - r*'<"^-'Jrtrr'* v\n^rrr^^^r^-fc,r:u?rrrnr:'jxrsarr:  ^W/PflH   Qi   P0      Furniture and Undertaking,  UWOUDU   Li   UUM Repairing & Upholstering D  \\"ini*liou*-'i* iii ("onncflion jVij' -*ifor;iir" of i'-imily nnd ofher furniture,  Iriink-*, I'lc. (it monlhly or olhi.'r rales. Agents for Itnymond Sewing .Machine.  Done    o  GEO.    a    HpGAN,        ^E^ELSTQEB: S^ATIO^B.C,  '.tt-  mmum  mmmBtimsammmmmsamm  mmsmmmm THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  ������  -*4  ���������������**'Ji     -*    ���������/>���������    ^������*    -j-    ���������*/-    5-    i>    -j.    .>    -**���������    -y    3    -7-    -T-    *"> ^ ������>    ^s-    o-    -^    :y    ->.     *     >    -j.    ^>     -*;.     >  SOD PAGIFIO LIHE  GEXTI.EMKX:  Owing to, what I consider, the ill-  considered and unaulhoiized action  of the Vancouver Liberal Association  (Dead man's Island 'coinhinalion) who  have issmed a call for a convi-uiioii of  B. C. Liberals,' T   have  (aUen  this  op-j No, 5,*}, intit uh*(l,   An   Act  lo  Amend  ��������� taking"! he law into their own''hands.  There  is- another side of * "Joe'  JJai*-  tin's political ch,���������lracte:, that stands out  iu   hold relief   and   in .direct   contrast,  with I he chamnerly hill., r it is t he side.  .exhibited   i>v   his   introduction of  I>i|l  1   NT,  portunity.    of , acquainting   you wiin  ' what! hcliuve to he the  object sought  to he obtained at Vancouver,' and also  upon a fow  other   inatlers   as?ocia(ed  . with pending eli-cliou.**.  The executive of the Provincial Lib-  i,i ���������  -��������� eral Association recently- held a meeting to discuss the ' political situation  Joe Martin withoutinvitation attended  the meeting and requested a hearing  which, being, granted, he took for one  hour.    When ho finished a motion* was  1 u r*  passed unanimou.slv'regretting the gov-  ernoi's   action   iu, calling Mr. Martin,  deciding against holding a'couvention,  and   pronouncing , against   the . intro-  _, ductioh of party lines" This, of course,  ,  did not please Mr. Martin  and being "a  1,    man of. much  resource ', and unlimited  gall'he in conjunction   with this as'-o-  a   ciation in   Vancouver, worked  up this  convention,idea 'at'Vancouver,   believing in his  overweening   vanity that if  he got the   Liberal   clans 'rounded up  , there that  he   would   tie.  able by pei**  suasion and biowbeating lo whip them  into line and get them 'committed   to  Liberal   mathine A politics   under   influence of the fear that otherwise conservatives   would' snatch   a party, ad-  -    vantage. ���������    Joseph   Martin " has   tried  many devices to bring in cabinet ministers ofstrength but his offers  have  been " despised   and slighted  and as a  .last"    resort , he     hopes' for   stiength  through Liberal leadership on grounds  of 'conservative advantage. ' I respecl-  "fully���������subniitthat the,  Governor's.'calling in of-Mr. Martin is a direct   insult  to the electorate of British' Columbia.  ., t o  .A'politician   without <��������� n   mend or follower in a House  of 3S members with  ' whom he was   associated   for two sessions is sufficient indication of tho, dis-  ��������� trust inspired in thosTT^Tfo' had most  opportunity fo weigh his public character.   Why'have   tLu** mighly fallen,'  ���������   why the sturdy oak cast down?     Pol-  , itical jugglerv and hypocrisy,, abetted  by his���������thirs?t for power at any price or  expense, of any principle, have contributed chiefly to ��������� his downfall.'' A  man who will act in the dual, capacity  (of attorney-general of the province  and legal adviser for a client whe.n  authority and interest seemingly conflict is not, presumably, a (it man to  control the destinies of .the province.  This occurred first in   fhe ca*>e of  the.  *��������� Sandon townsite the crown grant to  which was obtained several years ago  under, peculiar conditions yet Joe  Martin but one year ago while drawing  a government, salaty of $1,000 per  annum was' retained by J. M. Harris  tho alleged owner or' (he lowns-ite and  though knowing the impeifect nature  'of the title   while acting as attorney-  general took no steps  to recover the  Sandon    townsite   fo    fhe    province.  Joseph .Maitiu    acted   in    the    dual  capacity of attorney-general and legal  adviser of Ludgate on the ��������� Dead ri tan  Island einbrogho until .Mr. Cot ion  forced his Hand by 'Aleg am* and mad-*  him rovod and drop Ludgale iike a hot  potato. Hi.' has had Ludiiatt; and Col-  ton on the brai-n ever since. Joseph  Martin can rise in' indignation and de-  , nounce the (.'. P. li. at a moments notice iu hot" or cold weather, vet he  came to this province under the auspices of that huge inonupoi\ and, no  doubt ��������� worked faithfully to imi-ii tlie  big fa! salary Vaullorue allotted to  him by having i\ keen eye to I he interest of this Canadian Pacilic octopit-.  But his inordinate Ihirt-f I'm- power i-  not his oniv weakness, [Ii-; eaqie eve  is evidently open in i,h'> main .-Ii-iikc.  His introduction t.'l I hi* chauip.-i'i y hill  duinoustraU'."' (h'it. he is also'tifier the  almighty dollar. Thepassnge ot'a champerty hill would t uin hell loose in our  mining camps. Ul.Tci.mnil would iie-  come prevalent and iinsci'upuiou.s la w-  vers and , prospectors would hold the  cinch on all mining properly. Injunctions would tie up mining propei lies  and aniuchy and perhaps bl"udsh-ul  might be the o:i!co''.ie nf the piol'es-  fiional clairn-jumiiers avocation. We  would, perhaps, have a rc|iefi(ion of*  the Blue IJell iiiuider on Kootenay  tyike mill have dcfj-er.ile n)inn ywiu'ru  the Masicr-and Servant's Ac!.'   , It is a  direct    , ' interference        with  ���������      the  liberty     'of    '   the r    subject,       p;*u-  viding, that     no   corporate     hu'dh-al  practitioner sliall receive a sum of moie  than   $.'"01*0   per  ann.um   for , med'ieal  aitendance���������no substitutes to he allowed.     This  is  class legislation, directed  against the medical profession   liy subverting fhe powers of ��������� the Legislature.  <  i think it quite' unnecessary to point  out   that 'no  hill   lias   yet been introduced in fhe legislature restricting the  amount of fees collectible by a member  of   the legal   fraternity.     Had such a  bill     ,heen   ,  intiodnced      concurrent  'with' the'      above       amendment  it would have shown some  .consistency. For reasons as above,  and many not staled, J submit Mr]  Martin's call to Liberals of,the Pro-  vince'should only be'complied with for  the purpose of fuming hiin down and  his attempt at party line politics with  hini.' ' ' '  The  introduction  of Federal   part}"  lines into B.  C.  politics is, as I regard  it, a menace   to our province's future  well being.  t It will surely create,discord, sunder old-time  political associations    and     friendships,   and   arouse  suspicion  of .y.our neighbors  motives  when opposed to you.     Political questions will, bo' discussed Avith more heat"  and looked a.t from  biassed and partisan standpoints.   , Individual independence of opinion will  be dominated by  party necessities and  if, a man courageously  asserts his "individuality in  resisting  them, such  epithets as renegade traitor and turncoat will he hurled  at him.     Machine  politics engineered  bv professional politician.-* will  run the  country, and will push his grip until it  embraces   fdso   town   council   and all  municipal matters and school systems.  It may, perhaps, get installed into the  secret circles of our benevolent socie-.  ties and  even  enter the. doors of   our  sacred edifices.,,   This  is not a nightmare  for'I have, myself, seen it go almost, to such  lengths' when patty feeling ran high.  There  is  nothing in common in the  spheres  of   Dominion   and Provincial  governments   that, justifies to   me, at  least,   the   introduction     of    Federal  politics in British Columbia.   The first  covers     national    affairs    the   other,  practically, municipal   matters.     The  Dominion  Government regulates and  controls  the  tar iff trade and conimer--  cial policy, hankingand postal services  military  and   naval  defence, I h'e judiciary,     criminal     law,     immigration,  navigation,  patents,  and so  on, with  mat lei s of   creneral   importance.    The  Provincial  Government's jurisdiction,  on   the   other   hand, deals   but   wilh  ��������� mat tors inside the province, prion pa liv  tiiat   of   direct    taxation,   conserving  provincial  credit; sale of public lands,  education,  administration   of  justice,  liquor   license,   regulations   and   such  questions as are purely provincial. The  relation  and  limits of   Dominion and  Provincial jurisdictions  was  long ago  settled   by the.   13.   NA A. .act,   which  hound   us   in  one 'homogeneous   and  great Dominion, and limits the authority (if all parlie" by lh" terms made by  "alher.-i oleoufederation.  ' Aniei'iea's Sreat  Trans - Ooa tiEent al Route  1   Quick" Time i    *  <0Kooc! Service S  L'libb ViuM ami, IL'Uiib'jo wiy"pdlfi  " ' X tit uiisl! <  FP0B3  ���������utiodii  *0  Ooean !  Tickets issued Through   and Baggage  ' Checked to Destination.'  Daily Trains  j::i>-t   '      ,        itKVJKLSTOKE       , AVi-1  y.-.'.J leave ''       ' ' ,J'  ' leave 17.30  ' TO .\NI) l*'l:O.M KOO'J'nX.W X'OINTS.  8.10 leave  arrive 1G.15  The * Canadian*. Paeifie  aT  p. uo.s  .'ROSSLAND and KOOTENAYA  Leave 'Arrowhead daily for all lioiiiti in Koot-  i . . .  enay, making connect ion ' Naku-k for all  liointd on.Xukiihi) &��������� Slocan railway and  .Sloean LtiKc.   . " , , ' '<  Close coiinectio|i at llob.-son for Kelson ICoolenay Lake and River points, 'Trail. Ross-  land and all points in Boundary Country. "��������� '  For full inforniviion, tickets, ij nap*?, elc, call  on or address , ,,  . ���������  ���������'     c   T. W. BKADSHAW',  ,   Agent. Rcvelstoke.  Or to /  AV. V ANDERS-OX, .,  ' Ti-av. Pass. Agent,  Kelson. B.C.  K. J. COYL.H,. .      ,  '     A. G: P. Agent.    '  ,"    Vancouver, B.C.  Kootenay Railway-&  lavigatibii Company  ���������'        Limited.  (Ijiei-ating Kaslo & Slocan Railway,  International Navigation it Trading  Company. ' ' . ,  ������^*  ,-*������  4������  ,4*  ���������ejH'  ���������������*$���������*  u  -  ������<������'  4*  The  Best  .j.viecimin'111  There d& no DSivoer  ���������i-t-c-v  Advertising  the Koqtenfl,ys.  way, for merchants to reach tin  public than through' the columns  ' of the SEMI-WEEKLY MAIL.  ������������������>"  ���������i"r-  ���������f-1*.** .  ?���������  1 A,.,  ~BB~^.  OTJX^  4s the  Best Equipped, in the Dis;'  ��������� trict and Complete, in" Svery Particular.     Oomniereial  Printing  a  Specialty. '       : ,  Schedule of Time���������Pacific Standard Time  Effective l'"cb. 1st, lflOO.,  Kaslo & Slocan Railway  Passenger train, for Sandon and way stations  lenvos Kii.-ilo at S a.m.; daily, leturning. leaves  Sandon at l.lo p.m., arriving at, Kaslo 'AM p.m.  International Navigation and Trading  -    ��������� Company  Operating on Kootenay Lake and River.  S.S. I.VPF.KN'A'nox.vr, leaves Kaslo for Nelson  at (! a.m. dailv except Sunday; returning, leaves  NcNon.at 1.30 p.m.. calling at Balfour, l-'ilol  Bav, Ainsworlli, end all way points; connects  with S. V. & N. train to and from Spokane, at  five Mile Point.  La~do-Duncan Division  '    S     AIMER   ALBERTA.  Ploa-.ner Alberta leaves Kaslo for Lardo and  Argenta at S::i0 p.m.' "W'tidnebduys..  f  '4  'ir*  A  4������.  ��������� &  4*.  <&.  We are handling a very choice line  of,Calendars for 1901, many of,  them original in design, and  thoroughly Canadian. In addition  to this we have also made a care-  ful selections from the English,  German and  American   markets.'  TSend in your order without further delay.  eveis  wWe  4a  4  4*  4i  4a  Stcamera call at principal landings in both  directions, and at other points .when signalled.  Tickets sold lo all points in Canada and thc  United States. ,,,,.,  To aKceriaiu  rales   and   full   information,  aftdrC^: ROBERT IRVING.  S tf ' Manager, Kaslo, B. C,  the  I submit llii'i'd'oi o that Iho jurisbic-  t ion of i)nrniiiifiir anil Pi-nvinc-ial ffnv-  ci-iitiH'nts is st) M'pnintij ,-u'iil ilis-sitnih-it'  theft1  i-^  nn occa.-iun to  introctiic-e thr  polilii'al   is-m-.s   nf   tin:  otic*  into   llu-*  ol.lu'i'iunl think tin1 Lilioials of  llevcl-  stokf Rilling shonltl simk!  a. soliri tlcie-  jjatinn to Vancouver to stampoul once  nnd for   all   macliiiu!  politic*-  us fiir us [  I5rili-li (!oiiimliia i^ coiicci-ih*(1 ;   to' tcil |  .lo'-cpll JMai'l in mik! his Jj";iflii];,.l] r^Uiml- j  els   tiiat   lii'vcl-ftoki*   fjibcraK   do not ���������  propose   lo   be  used  a-i a cat's p:uv lo ���������  t'oist a   di'iiiiiLToiriit1 into onwH,** h-pcaii?;*  ;  hi** poM's- ,-is ,-i,[jil, m;i1.      I-i thi-. w.*!\- v.-p  v iii iji-.-*t do   o't!'  duly   io '*-ii--.i->!v*>=:: in  the -ccui.d pl-it-c-* w* v.-;ii  a\vr pra.-lical  .li^ui'.'iiicc to tii-'r,-.a;i'L- i/f ind.. pi*r,'Jc-nt  i-.'iiisi-i \ at i ���������������������������"-   who   \i,j\v   with,  alai'ni  nnd jipprohciifiloii  the  introduction of  lhi\sf������ uiachine pulilic?, th. \, ������v ai*r pr-f-  p.ired   to join   hands  and shoulder to  i-hiiulder wo; k  in n-iison   n-itli thf*rn in  : sinlvin^   om*   -iiihlii*  ni:ill!?i-s   wilh lhe  i sole aim (i!: ��������� .���������,--,,rin>L,- tiie   bes| ve.-tdt.- to  ' out common couuM v.    Thus we t'o out  did v as citizen- and accept the ivspon  .-iliilites to th*-* ])i-oviuce a*: such. Con-  soli da toil and earnest eiloiT, on the  linen indicated would leave an impi'e.-s  on history's ii.-ifje that, would live afler  us, and coming; generalion������ would  pniisu us for inaugurating here that  happy era "when" none were for a  party hut all were for the State."  Yours Respectfully,  J. l[, Kellie.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Ma.il "Lines.  Cheapest Koute to thc Old Country.  AM.AS* LIN'l'*- Krom Portland  Niirniui.ui  Meh'.'S  Pai'i-i.-in    ���������      -���������     ���������      - ..... Ai>I. 7  Ijinreiitiiiii    I  '[   'J-  Tuiii-,ian '' ,    ���������      ���������      ,   \t   f{  Nmnidian    - ��������� '-������������������>  DOMINION LINK���������Krom Porliand.     '  ���������nonunion - - -       Apl i-|  t'.inibroiivjn - - -       "    17  Kruin  Moiilvc-.-iI.  Viineou'.ei A\A.'Mi  TlKA VKi; LINK-I-'i-oiii ril. John.  Avr.w.i ?lcli -S  Like Sr'ii"-nor A]d i  Ln'ce Ontario  "   II  T^niltl'D'e ���������    n-  Lake Huron      ----- -j  r>f,������i*mrcrs ticketed through lo all parts of  Gi-cat. Jlritain and Ireland, and ut .specially low  rate? to all parts of the European continent.  Apnly to nearest railway or sloamship agent or  to "  T. W. BRABSECAW,  Acent.  Rovclatoko.  Canadian FaeiSc Navigation Co. L'd  ALASKA   ROUTE.  Steiiiucrs for *W'ranf?cl. Juneau and Skiigway  leave Victoria  Every Wednesday at S p. m.  and Vancouver  Every Thursday at 2 p. m.  .Steamer*; for Northern  Hritish Columbia porlss  leave Victoria and Vancouver weekly.  ���������Itiilc-, etc., ou application to  C. S. HAXTEH.  Oeneral Paseen^'cr Agont,  Victoria, ������������ 0.  ,*������Ct   "&     Sc     ?*     "$���������'     "^     *,t'     *:    "f^     M>     *������-r     -ir     */���������     *ii*      <t     *C-     ���������*>     *tr     ���������<*     *is     fr     -tr    -4'     <?     *r     V*     -r*  ���������^-W!1>S*W1?!^^^^^^  '"  l *       Incorporated ������Uy act of Pailiauiuut 1S53. \    '  HEAD OFFICE    ,      '    -' - ���������       '   MONTREAL  ', .   '    War. MoLBOir SIacphersos, Pres. *    S.fFI. .K'ving, Vice-Prei.  ���������   F. Wolferstan- Tuo*mas, Gcnuwil Manager  PAID UP" CAPITAL-     '       - - $2,000,000  RESERVE - l " . .... i^ocooo  general banking biiKincss trani-ncteJ.   Interest, allowed on deposit-; at current, rate-'.  J. D. MOLSON, Manager,     "     -     '    REVELSTOKE, B. 0;  Highest Cash Pric1 Paid for  ���������   ,-71 *W   ������H V^/Mdr bJ  ,.MI -.Hii>ii]i*iit,s are cx.uiiinrii h.\ iin; a..  miu 11 at" lln'.v arrivi*. I^i'oin 11L r^turrn, a-:-  1-11 red. l'rieeci are loo liigli lu wurnuil,  holding Koodri for any length of linu*.  sh '      )>iep ponied on the returns  you f,'et trom  G. W  BALDWIN,"  P. 0. Box y Aycnt for .Tas. *UIlniaii  , Winnipog, Man.  03  'FWl  eif?  GAVENO-EB  TXE3Ea?EJBSaKJECT3������2S!SH^XniC5������3ia  Draying   and   ddivoriiig tt  spucialty.  ���������   Teams always   ready   nt   shortest  notice.       Contacts   fur jobbing  taken.    Agent-,  for  B. C. Oil Co.  Robert ^amspn*  (Orders left til my  htiblcLi** will havj  :.pt:edy altention.  W. FLEMING-  fc������*-������Ma*i*OCj������S'A--.  BAUER & ASHOROFT,.  Dominion and Pravinwal  and Sorveyors,  MINING ENGIKESRS,  Surveyors of Mine:, ^Tincral Claiiussnd Crov,n  L.i nds.  VANCOUVER,   B. C.     '  ������������������'fcT^ir: THE KOOTENAY MAE  ���������-\  i  A  M  *-??.y-^���������.tfl^-.'^-^..^f-^..^S-'ia.^^s.!i8*^ *������<3*..<J-?3. vS  &  .**  &  .}/  If you are thinking of |'  learning io play a vio- &  lin, banjo, guitar, auto- :|  harp, or any .musical |  instrument, call and see $  our most complete stock |  &  Instruction books for all s  instruments kept 'on /(,*'  hand.        ��������� ��������� v|  9.  A   large    assortment   of J  sheet music,  folios, etc..|  Will order   at the'price reregistered     if     not   in |'  stock. 9  ,.   . $  Canad aBrug & Book Co |  .r:  &  .������.  -V.  A';  ������  <f."���������  .v.  if;  '.''.���������  ������.  IK  9.  ���������- i'i;  ������.  <[':  9.  (I?;  '1  s>,.  Revelstoke Station.  3>  i-^rS^-s.*-.'?-^  BORN.  morning   to    Winnipeg    having    six  weeks leave of absence.  Mr. Macdonald, of Winnipeg, arrived  this week to take :i position in the Imperial Bank here.      ',  Miss Nicholson, who has been visil-  ingDr. and Mrs. Carrutbers for the,  month past, left today for her home nt  Ivolov.ua.  All Liberals are asked out to I lie  meeting to-night. It i.s hoped it will  he representative though tlie notice i,s  all too short.  Ed. Lawrence, youngest brother of  the well known local haul ware'mat1?,  has been on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.  Liwrehce for a few days past" and left  tor Winnipeg this morning.  Baxter Robinson came in Sunday  from Peachland, ��������� in the Okanagan,  where ho and "Bob" Dai ke ��������� have each  ���������taken up a- section r of land and are  going in for mixed farming.  STONii���������At, Jtevols'toke, 13. C, Friday,  March Z), ICOO,' the wife of J. Albert Stone,'oi* a son.  13i;kku���������At lievelntoke.B. C, Sunday.  ' March ;2o,, VM),   the   wife   nf F.  Bukcr, of a .'-on. r  i < ���������__  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BEIBFS  ������ *-  ���������* See the notice m iiheial   meeting tonight.     ��������� ' ,  Supt.  Duchesn.'iy  has been   visiting  his faifiily oh tiie coast.      ' ta '<  John D. Boyd, of Uig Bend, came' in  Saturday night ou his mail trip.  Win. Kirby, of the s.s. Mintb' was  a.  visitor to Revel-stoke-last evening.  Miss'Mabel Thomson,  of Thomson's  Landing, is .-i.aying at the Central.  On Saturday, March .'31st, ^Knsign  May dressed iu prison chess will give a,  sketch of twenty il;,i,ys spent in prison  with haul iabyr for preaching ou the  stieets.    Admi.-sion 10 cents.  Down'ie's Big Company (McPhee No.  2) carry a complete band and orcheslia  and give a free blreel parade ana band  concert headed hy Millie La, Ten a, the  world's greatest lady drum'majur. <  T. Taylor came in from the coast  Saturday morning and went up to  llleciilewaet, ycsteiday. He will make  this his headquarters, foi ihe campaign  believing himself solid in Lardeau.    '  The Preferential Tariff.  kTlie trarle .return.'-, almost from ilie  time thar. the, prefer cut ial tarin' came  into operation, .show mere eloquently  'than any amount of abstract argument  can passibiy fin, lbs veal practical advantage xliieb lias accrued both to  Canada .ind the old country tlier'-from.  The goods imported, under the preferential tariff iu 1S9S-90 were valued at  .*26,GO0.000' and tlie duly paid ou  them was !>j,900;G00 or about Tl per  cent, j'he j^eiierul duty on ijuorls of  tiiat value would have been nearly  $9,000,000. TiiQre is therefore a clear  saving uf S:2,000.0'JO si'; a .dii-'cl. rer.nl I  of the preferential la rift. Sir Charles  Tupja':!- and his political adheionts had  (-   QUALIlV. FIRST IN EVERYTHING.^***^ ', '^  Our line of -Household Paints, Varnishes, Stains. Oils rfo  Cy)  and Brushes are  ���������cSigSZZZZi11**-  rfo  THE BEST MONEY CAN'BUY. ���������  * ' fife  ai*rrr.-wr.la.*u'.. , ���������������������������*������������������  -  One coat of om- Kalsomine, is as good as.two of anv other. '     4.  Small outlav makes everything look nice in the Spring. SlP  tZ.TJ^CiJZl.JL  rsf-jxsxra  V V  o iili  Lawrence,  Hardware, f.'  ^^p&������>ji^ #^<-������#^4#4������  for two y.ears and a half, and the British exporter is 'doing mora business  with us all the time, it. is not easy For  us to believe that he would continue,  oo long under the influence of a delusion so apparent', that tlie keen-witted  Canadian Oppositiotiisli* tumbled to it  at tho, start."  ��������� ������  l j &������ a a u i  ?..������l-���������* :bi r���������   s   il i -IS ;i  m  ii ik*, iiM  A   get i era I   meetitig  of  Association will be held in I  in*  lie.  61 y  Liberal  t  27fc!i.  or the monlh of March wei will offer  A-.N.    'Vcj*  V>  = U        Uj= ii J    -    b it & txi        lj>.    li    \sJ' V,.?1 Z  A, (,  -hi tUhi\  W.  WIELDRUM, Manager.  Miss Melntvre, o'f Toronto, a sister-  of Mrs. ti. Davis of Revelstoke, arrived  Satuiday night to take charge, of the  hiillineiy ' depar tment of the U.i-sl'i  Ba/,aar. Liiokoutl'or spring opening  announcements.  JJh'uce   liorne   went   out   yesterday  to J 3-Mile on' a trapping expedition.  l'j.'P. Davis, Q. C. of Vancouver,  was a visitor to Revelstoke on Saturday. ��������� ' '  Dr. McKechnie of Revels-toko leaves  (bat. city for Vancouver this week.,.-It  is understood lie intends to practice  here and if is said that he is likely to  settle, iu Fairview, where there has  for some time been an apparent opening for a family "medical practitioner.  ���������News-Advertiser'.    -  ssclay  Evening, Isfoli  till    0    L������ ukXiuAi-  fnr lh.'1 ])ui pose of e!"iroi']i:ig''ne\v ineni-  bers..the eieclion of oi'ti'.-''i"j for the current, year and llie'epiisideraliori of , tiie  ad.vis'ability ol pending delegah^'to^t lie  Liberal Convention called for at Vancouver on April 3th. Al! liberals are  invited lo attend.  EXECUTIVE  COJLM1TTEE. '  G:sT) Sati-; Ti!--: Qukxs.  r ���������.*:���������-.    -.&������ u���������^ .������.*-.������������������*-~  ������. ������j������.M    ^i^ p^ ? ^li i_  J,  C " **     ���������  },       '     Fresh Cod, { Halibut, ��������� Salmon,   ILic, Smoked  ) ��������� ���������      V, 'Fish & Kippers a. Specialty.        .( '  t-trrri7>i.ironnri������tKKm s  The, volunteers for Esquimault ,or  Halifax "are stili waiting mar'ehing  orders.  Thos. MoInaught of the Halcyon  .Sanitarium Company was in town  vesferdav.  Look out foi'  the-poll   tax   collector.  The government wants all the shekels  v' i  it cm gel'just now.  Constable. Mi-Rue is .still in charge oi'  the Trout Lake i ecerd office hut hopes  lo get a run up.on the first.  Premier-Martin has found a fourth  Colleague in a Air. George Washington  Be.ebe. of Agassiz. Thia shooid not renew f lie cry of 'annexationist 'against  Mr. Martin jus Air. Beebe is a rancher of  many years standing in ,Air. Semlin's  riding. This is his first call from' tile  plow lo the. forum anil he like ,Afr.  Smith-Curtis, Air. Martin's minister,.of  mines, L- slightly- deaf.  -  With the Lord Mayor's Thanks.    ���������  .  2 Bed room 1511 its,  1 Cool: S.tovc.  j Centre Table.  " 1 Front ron in Rug",  i Lounge.  To   be   seen   ;il   the   home 01  ^ R. C. Pollock, Second Street.  Family'* Grocers, and Produce Merchants.  UMvnUL ���������  Second   Street  KKxm*vtt3vaT*m*-n+ ts-ztxar prrsrect mm  CAREFUL.ATTENTON..     , , PROMPT ^DELIVERY.  p ^  8   a  S      li a  'AM fi  o..   si.-  IV W<  FIRE & LIFE'INSURANCE AGENTS,  .^ts^f^xNOTARIES. PUBLIC,. ETC.  ������AP\  JAHbbR,  ^=^ JEWELLER.  O \  C.P.R. Watch inspector.  YtVitciio*-, I'loe':*-, ovcrjlniiiy in Ihu linu.  Specialty���������Watch   Repairing.  BICYCLES, Agent famous "Cleveland1'  All "Work Giiiirantcod.  Bissoiiitlon of- Paitoi's&H.  Ii. Gordon, local treasurer of the  Mansion Ifouse-'fund. received a receipt,  Thursday eve::-in# for some tlwee hnn-  dred dollars forwcirded t<������'London tome i s  weeks aR������.    It i������ pioposed to'bave lhe    T^f^^ru^ &ff������S?-  i receipt   framed'  and    pi eserved.       It  reads:  STREET,   RE'VELSTGKE.  THE  f5  1PRIN0 STYLES    ,  are beauties* 'Fhe Spring will be here before you  know it ^and you will be uncomfortable wilh your  heavy winter .suit      Pick   our your pattern now and  iiave your Sprino* Suit m tune.  X/IS -TKANSVAAJ. \YATt I'VSV,  "Vin(>"rt'.*5.   OHVUaSS,  VSCVXUET) SOI.D1KP.S, ET*-".  T. V. Downing is recovering steudilv  frora a  had attack of  grippe   having i  Cviiui- up.from Arrowhead  for  medical  attendance. -     - I     K'*c-;;vod .WJ. 0=-. (5J. proee������*-cLs of con-j   ;       .    , ; cert hy iJevl-si'i;;.,' corps of the Ji'u:i:y ;  \Vall-,*,r Xiehoi. editnr of I lie Pri'V-  ii.;-'-. ;in>l V. ,L De.-uu',' eilil.-u (if i Im*  Si-iitiiu-l, wi'i 1* iu o new ,-[iaper men in  town Sal iird.iv.  in<nn businf.-- uinic* lin* iirm nr.tno anct si.yli*  of (Vatro <Sc J*.ij.n.!. ,'t Jtevclstolro. I'.. (J.. li-,i*-  tlii- tlav been di-i-^olvcfl.  KOUKHT Fl. JLiYXK.  IJ/.ilcd ihis ioth Fcbninry, Ui'M. 7-1 m.  ! V.  t  ���������Ich'i?    IDsich'C'i Mfl-Tfl'.'  ; l/lll     1   i,"Li'tM',lfyuA  -i_^-J'.  New Spring Styles in Woolens;  ���������i'is'st Street, Revelstoke.   .   ��������� *  C/(?TF^''fJ^^T*ijS?JC^Ts7vf5  (.'. H.iiten and .-everal of hi*-, men on  the !1-.Mile riffle wot k weie down *S.ir,-  in day. and'fi'hi^ ioarl of ���������-iipplie.s went  up Monday lo them.  JMnunt.iin    li.in^i-i-.    !!th   March, jtmu. !  .\i,i"-u;u .J..^n"i:\vv'i> ���������  Iaii'u .Mayor.  ' .i';;i.\ '*.'()( r. M'i'jy.K. \  Tre.-ifUi-er.     !  :      With tin1 f.u-. ci liayor\-> compliment.** j  i --ind he.-t thrt.ul..>'.  lli.iy hr low t'i(v !iri)( ily ���������.(*,-��������� U. I.ll!  if '���������<>':,��������� 1 '-.A 'l- ���������. 1.0 vii ui)-, fi.i1  --,:|'i -'1! ,.-'.-*'., i-i"V  *..'   ii!    ''1 ,.i*ii*-.Mill.  Ml.,.- M.i.i'  ( Iul ll< -  1  ;:i ir.-iiA -,t.\ !c.  ��������� 1 ->i. ' A   ���������.t-j>.   1 '1.1  '\i!, i',    (.*','! ;���������,-! c  Samuol   Ny.'jbcm, Dou^fas St  1-. t r- ii*-h, ii ;" ������������������ .*".  .-'.ni,'  .   I vlun I,;iV/. i'"'i;-i.  - 'i-  v.-.uU lo ',  ! 'i',  and Piece Goods in  p u-..*a-fti-..t-.-,^f  lU-'J-^.yf-:--'/^.  to -i'-;..(>���������������������������.%:--.  "li t*;%ffl  /!'��������� -SIP!  0  J  iA .A   \*.  The Umpire's Decision.  i Dnn:: jxn-x :^ l;:ib];n jiout ' y ? Uiiti!  ���������TAPESTRIES, SILKS, ARMURES, MUSLINS,-  MADRAS, B0BBINET, Etc.  T!ie,jie.iiest and   prettiest' good--  in these lines wu  h ive yet received.   . .A  Write for Sables aud Prxzs,      '    '  ^ Free to any Address.  BrOS,, Victork  ."if-ilcolm JI.*;iion  In-?   heeu   up   from  "i'hoiii-iin's r/iudincr to meet his  si.-l"r, i  ri'h  e fie  .011 in tit" cr.'.il  mine?  The  arhi-  J\[is>   .Mary   A.    !3e;itou,   and  Dunc.iii Jlealnn. >;;f Toronto.  coii'-m. 1  ! traior.i iiaviiT'   di-^a^rer'd,   the  umpire: ,]  ,,.'.ri  dc!  : fi     1  (i-ilc  - ! ' ..if'il.* .;'  ��������� i. :'l " , li .',':-.  r.-  Ij.   !'i*'] ..'!!  i39  Lar.'VGSl  "umishsi-s West 0^ Toronto.  !  (1  deeiueu:     '".veeoi fliu^ I o   the  evifu'iiee :  nefnie, 1 find 'hat   the above   referred j  ' ,, i lo sp"ci,il tuie is not a   rouhf.ualilr' one. '  in*poit sav*, tiiat 1'. T. Ahey of Trout ! ,,,,,  ,   ,],,;,.*_.  f tPAAr' R?^^<j|7;j,;r:syA-f?-|M  L.   i.JUi.'i    IK. J.. V J J '.,J',,W   \) I i-i 4 l(Jl{,  w  I  JJ^ ,->  <-*  t  ,-T  Rr  Lake f'ilv, h,-i*- n-r-eived lhe appoinl-  uient'of rnitiin;,' recorder al (hat place  made vacant liy Tom Taylor'.* candidacy.  Andy Cr.-UK't" hou.se at Thom.-on's  J.aiidiu^ look' iin* Ilie early part of  Ja.sl week, hut wa-, re.-cued from  destruction |,ij tiie spirifed action of  the townspeople.  un. I 1 I'iiuK irom I h" e\ idem*'* it i^ in - 1  ci'.*N|ry lii*-il all men woikimr tinder- I  irioimd ���������.���������huuld he a hie Ic uii'ler.'-'ta.U'J |  in-t nu I ions C(i\ en in I la* f.0ii-������r!i*>Ji Jan-j  Xua;.;c, aud that, a rule should he pn  pared to that e������id."  The sjicfial rule referred to i*. lh if fif  August W-Oj), wh'ch lerpiired all nuder-  j^iound fo-.'! miners lo he a hie to read  and understand tiie s-peciril rule a-*,  printed in the I'hij^Ii-iii laii^u.ipe. :  The     ^fiveruinent   of    ?lr.      Afarlinl  Cot {licit  .11 -~t', /- ,-,   v ; -I./  1X0(1.  'J'iiin;,-  **-*'i ,1"  r 'I  11 .^-i-lOfM!-.1  *���������*.' ������  E. K. Sieele, lale teller in the Impel ial Dank here, came up from Nelson on Sunday.   He went cast next  mid  no   1 ime in aci in# ou I In  advice   <d'    the   umpire,      the   ni.stici  is one impnr-.ant to life and limb.  iwMm, mm^ & uompany, mm,  ���������  MHOLLOHLi; fmriiJtfif������������t! wood ^^, omJ  n;,-.       :d AJ iliiTIC   ST10KL   IlAXtJWS   for   Hotel   and   Fan.ilv   ,lsu  Miners' and Mill Supplies. '  >uv-'^ - - British Columbia  Hp'fJ   A^ if   ?^.^)  i/foM    '' '���������      !''''"'l'"i"'d, IXuvson t'iiy, Allinandi3er.netf. '  ! THE il G. ASSAY AMD CHEMICAL SUPPLY OMLIMIffl),  ; (LalelMaeFarlane^ Co.)  0 VANCOUVER,    B. C. '   ,','  V'e.-nvA.faeMfactiu-eisaiHl   diiyrt  Inipnrt-1 s :.iul   carrva   hire,.  s|nck   of  ...,���������;*-,*���������,. j uni.ire*.. 1-iH' (day ^(.ods, Seientifje a.]d Practical Books  GIh-wwhiv  "l'll'!,!"f",,''A''ldk;   iM'iimiiis.*1|idall������.tliir.\K<.������y(������rVnndMiii������r'sirouirements  ��������� ���������'in* A','e:U������. lur .diiijjjin CJriK-il.le (.'(iinp.iuj,  Batter.sea.  Bi-chi'v Sons' -H-il-  '" -.'-, eic, M  Cnta!o*yue mjd full pri;-f,ic-ulari rvnt on Apj-lication,  WHO ?  O 1 an  1  (  Ait  Ir I  '4 J  rl  ? r  -1J  j r  * ji

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