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 provincial I.iWr������ry  3/  READ BY  4,000  PEOPLE.  THE HOTEL VICTORIA  K. K. I.KASO.V.  VICTORIA, -       B.  ('.  \iiiurie.iu mil Kiiropcoil l'lan,        ,  'AiiktIciui Plnn JinOiiml Upward  Steam Healed. S.-unpIo room*..  Vol. 9.-No. 51.  revelstoke: b. a, .march 21. 1903.  $2.00 Per Year  Our  able:  Groceries arc all .sold   and   we are now  lo g'ive .our attention to  other .lines and  make the following offers        .        .        ,     '. .  A  LARGE LINE OF  TNE STRIKE.  Vancouver is so uf-  impress was, up to  20 PER GENT OFF  Men's Heavy Rubbers and Overshoes  BARGAINS  Men's Boots  <  IN  Shoes  Our;25;per tent. Discount on ...  BUY GOODS  ^ , if  ' r _   ' -    - ���������      '*        1' ,     1    ' '      ~      -  t .Will,Last for a FewADays Longer Only. -  The strike at  fective that, the  tho beginning of the week, unahle  to discharge or take in cargo or coal.  ' President J'sles of the U. Ji. R. E.  will-visit Hevelstoke, Nelson, Calgary and Winnipeg and , address  meetings.  Grant Mall, formerly master  mechanic, visited Iicvclnlolte -''to  enquire into' the cause of���������the trouble  with the machinists.     .        ,  ,  The head ollicers of 'the' International'Association of .Machinists  have intimated lo the machinists  of Itcvelstoke that their action in  going out on-strike as" members of  the U. li.R. E. is -fully endorsed  'and that'any machinists taking  Llieir places,' whether members of  the International machinists or  not; must'be considered as scabs.  . Four engines running from Revelstoke arc reported to" be badly in  need of repairs.     , ,    <  ' To Gen. Supt. iMJnrpolc's proposal  to refer U. Ii: R. E.' grievances lo  committee of interniitionnl unions,  President Gompers, of the. American Federation of Labor, replies:���������  '.".'"OlVe'r to refer to arbitration of the  dispute between tlie rail way employees  railway company lo the c.Noeutive  Thursday when it, became known  the pay clicrji.es had come in but  the G. P. E. refused to hand them  over, issuing instead a notice dismissing the men and warning them  they,would be held liable for damages sustained by 'the ' company  pending their rplaco's being filled.  The men immediately, instructed  their' solicitors to institute legal  proceedings and intended' gar-,  nisheeing the company's account  witli tlie Bank of Montreal, besides  asking the court  to  put the sheriff  iny to work. The statement is entirely  false, for I lie men arc,, holding out  .sjilendidly. Our actions tire made in  the light of day, but, the ways- of the  company will not bear investigation.  ' .J. Thornton,  Malinger Division 97, U. 13. il. \i.  NEW STORE  in lien 6ii the company's projiorty  here. 'Phis trouble'was, removed  by the cheques being turned, over  to (he men Friday morning.-  Of  .LIMITED.  YOU PROMISED YOURSELF AN OVERCOAT  .   Thi-- FnlI> 'Donlt pul.il off.too late iind'ciitc-h cold.   '  ; .' ''  ������������������ * .   * -  '.   i. And do.not* bu^'jijdionp, shoddy one.   "They, never look-well.   _ '��������� L-,^-  I.Vl.rii*i'niiik,'i:'?v()ir;t coat that, will please you.    We'cnn do it.  R. $^ikott;7Fa^^  Mines Exchange  ..   til",*        , ^   .       e. .       ,- *.,    . ,      .  ,C3 ���������.   ,   -  -LIMITED.  IES.AND MINING STOCKS.  Olliee.-,-.0J1I0JAGO. 111.; DULUTU, Minn.; 0ALUAII3T, Mich.; NICLSON,  0ALUAII3T, Mich.  Ii. 0.  DULUTir, Minn.;  '   ���������       " OAMHORNI  OFFICIAL. BEOKEES  '    , '        ��������� i-'on th l:  ,  n. 0  Calumet & British Columbia Gold Mines Ltd  NON'-PliRSONAL UAMUTY.  (KVA MINE.) ���������    '  Foi' terms of payment anil pai'Ui'iil,ii's\'ipply to  If. N. COURSLISR, Aius.vr,  Revelstoke, B. C.  11. .S, WAl.LACK, .Ma.xa.ciBit,  Uii in born (>. B. G,  Harmony in Furnishihg.  Yon   have  ���������no   trouble   if   you  samples (free) of ,  write  us for  Carpets, Curtains, Wall Papers,  Upholstering Materials,  and everything required.  , The greatest assortment of up-to-  clate Furniture in Western .Canada  displayed in our showrooms.  yom-wants aiid we  will  do  the  Let its know  rest       c  Weiler Bros.  COMPLETE  FURNISHERS  Victoria.  rifh r*fr> .it-i t������r> rfrn rfa r$h ntfl rfo t$h rifo otrt rifo ntn tfa otfl rtrtot^fttrtf^pt^ntrtrtflfttrtctrtotrtfttflri^fitrt'  ($>  PAIRS LADIES BOOTS AND SHOES  Sizes, li, 2, 2.1, :l and 3 J,      Values, ������2.23 to $1.00.  YOUR CHOICE FOR $1.00  AT  E. J. BOURNE'S  I'l-iirnr- Hies. Old Sliiinl.  ($������  Wfri  Revelstoke ^  Station.  rta(^rta<^i^^<^(^<^<^rttrtf^r^(^(^<^^  ECTRiCAL  CONTRACTS  MAGNITUDE  OF ANY  EXECUTED  Complete Installations Our Specialty  Finest cGlass of Machinery   ....  x   The Hintcm Electric Co. Limited  VICTORIA and VANCOUVER.  ollici'i'Sj of railway brotherhoods, all  clill'Ji'cncos' existing hctivci'ii IlicclnVcs  of lalior they 'cover is manifestly fitir."  .It is now'Stated, "'resilient listcs  will, accept arbitration hy representatives of (lie trainnien and  engineers--,' but Mr. Mai-polo-now"  refuses.'''     '"���������    - "  A'boiler-maker in the C. P. R.  shops who went on strike has'been  fined .$25 nnd .suspended by 'his  union.     '>,'.'     ���������      '     *'    '  'The Tribune says:    '[If the  men in  other denartineiit,-: "of ,railway  service  have foiln'cl it neccs&nry to oi-gaiii/.c in  order  to   belter  thcii   condition, and  such organizations  are   recognized by  the   company, .surely   the, company'  could have   lecognizcd   the clerk and  frpiglit-lirindlorh1 organization without  subjecting'the iiieiiibors'of  the organization to thieats and the public to in-  conyeiiicncc and',loss.   The'fact  that  the'piesidcnt of the organization lives  in San I-1 rancisco should have no more  bearing   than'tlic r fact   that   Peter  Artlnii', the head of' the 'Brotherhood  ofJ.ocbmotivo'JCiigineei's. is -i'resident  of  Clcveli.nd, ,Qhio,. and "the 'head of  the Order of/Knilwuy Conductors lives  at Cedar Ka'pids,. J own.-  'The  railway  company brings no  charges of incompetence against  the  members  of .the  Brotherhood  oftK.tiIivay   Employees;  no   charges''of     unfaithfulness;"'no  charges   of   unwillingness     to   work.  The  company's  only  charge  is- that  they are.members  of an organization  that lias not-Lipen-iccognized   by   Hie  company, and   that   they   must'either  sever   their    connection'   with   their  organization  or   with,, the   company.  IM on of  spirit  could   only   return one  answer  to  such  a   demand,  and  the  men   at   Vancouver   on     seeing   the  olliceis   and   prominent J members of  their     oiganizatipn     discharged"   or  changed to remote points on tlie road,  accepted the challenge of the company  and arc now endeavoring' for mastery.  .That they will succeed  is  a question,  but that they   have   the  sympathy of  the public'acquainted   with- all   the  facts is without question."  ��������� A prominent C. P. R. engineer  declares C. P. R. General Manager  McXicolI purposely broutrlit on the  'U. li. R. E. strike "to force the Dominion parliament to put through  Sir. William Mulock's conciliation'  and arbitration bill to provide for  ending strikes. ,Ho-. declares the  bill, in its present form.'is ri corporation bill which would enable  Managers McNicoll unci Hays, lo  dictate their own terms to their  company's employes. This, our  informant states, the m.en will not  submit to., and if it is passed in its  present form every railway union  employe from engineer to clerk will  quit work on both the C. P. R. and  Grand Trunk till the law is repealed.  Information from independent  sources goes to show that C. P. R.  business is badly tied up. The  representative of a large Winnipeg  house, writing to a merchant here,  says it is impossible to get a pound  of freight shipped from Winnipeg  by the C. P. R. at present.  The secretary of the striking 0.  P. R. employes at Vancouver writes  us: '��������� We are satisfied with the  fairness you have shown in placing  our case before the people * * *  and feel that your subscribers will  have a fair opportunity of understanding the condition.-- leading up  to the strike now they have made  thi'insi'lves familiar with the facts  as explained by you."  Prof. Hepburn i.s training U. B.  K. 10. nicmbeis for a play to be  ; produced shoitly in aid'of the  jftrikers. One part of the entertain-  ! ini'iit will be under Prof. Hepburn  I and the other under T. Dunn.  Giant Hall, assistant to super-  I inli'tidi'iit of rolling stock, arrived  | from Montreal Wednc-rlriy to in-  Iquire into the machinists trouble  land after spendim: a day here left  ' for Vancouver.  There wa.- '_'reai indignation  ainoiiu   the   strikers   and   citizens  TliC'locfil .committee is advised  the cheques to the -clerks are being  held back at various points'.  Three machinists wore sent from'  the east to take''places of the  strikers here, but on'arrival refused  to do so, in view of the strike.' Two  have been sent lo oilier points and  the other is stranded here.( ���������  Tlie formal dismissal ' of " the  machinists, in view ,of tho en-  dorsation of, their action hy (he  International Union'rthiountS'to a  lock-out,' and, it is'-probable the  machinists at all , C. P. II. shops  from Vancouver, to'Montreal will  be called oul.      < _'���������    ',     ,  'The men,have advices that with-'  in'three. ,or four ,'daysl 'something  will drop that will strengthen'their  position immensely and put the  company in a'bad position.-  The most sensational item of, the  week was the arrestVof"President  Eslcs at Victoria on'! a charge'of  interfering with .the crew of the  mail steamer Charmer.- .The solic-  i tors''for the strikers .characterise  the'charge as a bogus one.  ������ Socialists are delighted with the  educational effect the strike is having on'public opinion- and say it is  hastening the day' when the public  will demand .the,,transfer of the 0.  P. R.' to government ownership and  the removal from,power of '.tyrannical officials' like General Manasicr  McNicoll. ' -      ���������, '_   ���������      ~  'The *cab hands put oh .'to handle  freight are doing'it badly. A"ear  of perishable freight ..was so badly  loaded '(at Robson tliiit when' it  reached Rossland'lhc-co'ntcnls were  destroyed and vlhc company .called  on to pay damage."     , J"     '.'  "-.  "Notwithstanding the company's  reports that everything is.,working  smoothly,, a gentleman -from the  south informs'iis there is a complete  ticHip of traffic at Nelson.'  c. P. iR. PAY CHEQUES,  ICililnr Kooiknay M.mi,. ". c, '  Sin: On cnqiiirin-r for my pay cheque  Thuisday, March 19,-w.is handed the  following communication:      c  Di-nr Sir: Thi- ciniiiniiiiiciilinii i- iiilcncli'd to  infoi-m you Unit, Ihivini; ;ih?{.|iti.|| yoiii.-.ell' from  your woik on TuijmIiij, Uio .'lid iiT March, llXl'l,  M'itliout, mil ico. anil liaviiiij failud to rciioi-t Tor  <1111y nl the pi-opoi fiimi, yon linvi* coniiiiiltotl n  M)riou- bi-o.ich of tlio conipinirV, ruh'ul.ition-,  null mi net of iiiMilioi-diiiuliou 'ni*tiiii-t. Uio .iiilh-  "orily of jour iiipcrinr ollicur. >  That in c(in-.i.'fiii(.iicc of such aciioii on .10111*  pail .\cuir position in tin; comp.tnyS .-I'l-vico has  l)f-coni(* and is liurolij dccliui'd vacant, and ru-  ijuirc.-. an inuiH'diatc Miccuasoi. That the company will hold Mill rc--iiou-.iiili; for any lo--;. it  in a j sullui ppiidiiiK il.s al-ilify lo find a Miitahlu  Miccc���������-oi to fill the vacancy ctni?cd by .win.  (Siijiiud) ^fini- Iruly,  It. M.Miroi.i:, Gi'ii. Supt.  The above states J went out without,  giving notice. This is not true, as the  company was served with a twenty-  four:houi- notice of, the stiiko now on.  All strikers wore served with "this  notice, or a similar one, hut as no  cheques were forthcoming, 1 took immediate steps to recover tho same  thiough our solicitor in Kcvclstokc. 1  als-o wired to Vancouver for legal advice.  Whether this had an effect on the  company's actions or not I cannot  say, but the cheques were foitlicoming  at. 8 o'clock the following morning.  Such mean, low-down tactics arc only  woithy of a failing cause. There could  be only two reasons for issuing such a  circular as the-above���������either it was  done with the intention of creating a  disturbance on the station platform  ending in the aricst of the ollicers of  the union, who weie present, and the  circulation in the press oi an. account  of the riot in Kevelstokc, arrest of ringleaders, great excitement, public sym  pathy with the 0. 1'. ft., etc.; or it may  have been'done with the intention of  scaring the storekeepers to press for  payment of bills, thereby forcing the  men back to work. This view of the  case is most probable, as we know  President Kstes was airested on a  charge that was untenable but which  succeeded in its object, namely, that  of preventing bis coming to Iievelstoke  till the company had tried to sen re the  men back to work.  lint the C. I'. lb officials are sadly  mistaken if they think we are to be  scared into submission. We are men,  simply and only demanding our rights  to organize and to live like men and  not like dogs, content to receive any  bone \\ hich tbe company may choose  to throw u-i. We are out to win and  will win,  Our biolhcr unionists of Vancoii\er  are holding mil in spite nf I'lunois lo  the coiitiary. I would ask the public  of Iti'iobloki* to u**e their nood judgment in this mutter. The C. P. It.  ofliciuls circulate the rumor in Winnipeg that the men in Vancouver aie  ictiiriiiiig to work, and in Vancouver  that the men in Winnipeg ate letiirn*  C.   B. Hume & Co., Limited,  Opened 'for Business.  The new store opened by C. U,  iriime & Co., Limited, on corner of  First'street and McKciuie' avenue  is the finest building in the city,  having been,, erected at a cost of  about($20,000., The foundation is  of stone, laid on substantial concrete basement, with brick", superstructure. The building is 100x00  <ft. The cellar extends over the  entire extent of .the building'." The  height from floor to ceiling of main  floor is 16 ft.'," and of1 upper floor  12 ft. -     ' ..,  Tli'c ofiice occupies u raised dais  1G.\25 ft. at, the rear. The north  half of the store is-devoted lo dry  goods on one side and "hoots and  shoes on theother. 'J'he south, half  is set aside for groceries on one side  and crockery'on the other, with the  hardware stock in the rear. , <  'The upper floor is being'sei aside  for dressmaking, millinery, carpets,  house furnishings and wholesale  dry goods.    , ' _ ��������� -  The basement, will' be, used for  tho shipping department and stot>  age of surplus grocery slock.- *���������- -  'The building Is heated by, steam,  is splendidly finished in every detail, and is well lighted,"'the show  windows being made specially effective by' mirror reflectors. The  la test''ideas in display, of goods  have been adopted, .the windows  being especially attractive.  ,The'firm have added to their  business dressmaking and millinery  departments, the former being-in  charge 'of jMiss.Gunn, formerly 'of  Simpson's department stores, Toronto, while Miss Ward'Avill, have  charge of the 'millinery'.' These  ladies' have arrived and are in  charge of - their. respective departments,. Miss-Ward having selected  an excellent -stock".of millinery at  Now York.- '-'      V      '���������       i  LENT IS HERE  We have,  plenty of,  :TPTQTT:  JS ������oJHL:  .and   want  ��������� to sell it.'  Boneless Codfish  Labrador Herrings  Kippered, Herrings  Bloaters  Salt Salmon  Smoked Salmon  Smoked Halibut  Salt Mackerel,  ri i i ������      i '  were secured specially for, the  The-, above lines  ,  'Lenten trade.'  Bourne Bros.  Grocery Store  ji i  tf*  in  ST. PATRICK'S DAY  , i ���������'������  Catholic  Entertainment} In Aid' of  ' i  (       Church. '��������� ���������  '    St. Patrick's 'night  an' Irish cnter-  tainnicntin aid of the Catholic church  was held at  the ,oporii-house.���������-.There  was a splendid audience.    V. McCarly  opened the meeting with' a 'short address.      The    programme     consisted  entirely   of   Irish   selections,   mostly  from Moore's melodies.    The first item  was   a  quintette ."Oft In   the < Stilly  Night,-'  without   accompaniment,   by  Mcsdames Lawionce and Dent, Messrs.  Taylor   and 'AHum,   after   which   .P.  Taylor  sang ," The  Harp That Once  Thiough   Tarn's' Halls."    Tho recitation '��������� Kathleen's Troubles"  by  Mrs.  Hutchison   wasr in,   character     and  proved one of the most  popular items  on the  programme,  creating  roars of  laughter.    Mrs. Bent sang beautifully.  "Conneiiiara."      The   duet    by   Mrs.  Wilkes and Mr. Taylor  " Believe \Me  Jf    All'    Those     Knilcaring    Young  Charms,"  was' an  excellent  number.  " The Minstrel J3oy." was well sung by  E. Alluni.   Then   followed   a   nicely  rendered   trio    by    Mcsdames   Bent,  Lawrence   and     Wilkes.'     The   song  "Come Back to Erin " by >rrs. M'ilkes  was one of Jlic  best numbers  on   the  programme and was heartily encored.  Mrs. Wilkes repenting  the  last verse.  C.   Wilkes  brought down   the  house  with his character sketch "One of the  Old   Brigade."     In   response   to   an  i nthusiastic recall he sang '-It Doesn't  belong to Me" .willi such success that  the audience repeated the recall.   The  most charming  feature  of  the entertainment was the chorus by daughters  of Erin '* bet Erin Remember the Day  of Old " by Hi girls dressed in classical  lobes of white with green sashes.   The  drill, in which  the girls were  trained  by Sirs. George,   was   splendidly  executed.   An encore.was demanded. The  accompaniments \wero played by Miss  ITall in the  most creditable  manner.  Refreshments were served.  THE,   HE'D  .BRING  ._       i   'YOUR-     ,.(  '  ";,'    o. p. r.    r    ���������  '     PRESCRIPTIONS  '' T9    ' ''  CROS^T   WRl/G  - , '    '    ' II      '        ' .   '  TO have   ,       ;. ������������������  '     THEM  " '  ''ACCURATELY-  , ,     DISPENSED  ^TUQHE  J; A. Miller & Co.  Chemists .and,  Stationers. W."  ' p  Everyf Day Brings  Its New Goods All. Up.to  ,'r       . ��������� Top Notch, for Style.and Pattern.  SEE -OUR- PRICES- /  the--  '   f    *.       ���������  ;' -^  ��������� SILK WAISTS .  Plain solid coloi'-, liciii.-.lllulicri, .Silk  " nioiit.ei for  .'��������� ..- '. ......$3.50  , WASHING.SILKS  ,   ,  1 Only a few oddi mill end*- loft of  , tlm-e 'WiLshiiiK Silk.-, in iii-ipo unit  ' chucks, nt, iiur yurd 35c  MUSLIN SKIItTS _  A few novelties lo hand in Linen  I'lignc mid Ulnsliti skirl-.. Sec llicm  heforu they lire picked up.  CLOTH SKIRTS  Our stock in these foods never \vns  ns complete and vm-ie.l as ut the  lii-cscnl jinces. Our prices imiikc  from  S3-00 to S15.00  WHITEWEAR  Liulics' Wliitewcnr diicct from the bc-t '  UKUiuf.-icI iiriug establishment-, in 'ICu-i-  eni  ('nil.ulii.   Night Gown's, C'oniliin.x-  tion Suits trimmed with l^ice and   Km-  broideries Prices to; Suit Everybody  CORSET COVERS 25c up.  ' CORSETS   -, " ; ;  Yourr.ttentioii'i<"directed to ilie;Superior Workmanship and Qunlit/ and  jInicrialLu������e(l in our Corset*." \\c are  i iij.-eiit- for ilie D and A���������the be-l Cann-  di.ui (Jorseu-���������r.nd -tins. 1'. U.. the bo-fc  I'Vunch Corsets. We ijii.irnntec every  ]������iir to fit.   ' ', '      ,  FOOTWEAR  . '  Sole AKcnts for ihe cclcbniled Ameri-,  can maker-, Lilly Lirackett and the  Harlow Shoe'Co.. ani several of the  noted L'.iundinn innkcn-.-Our v.iriety  i.s large. Don't fail'to in-ipeet tlie-e  good-.  OUR BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES  Wo. hai-e Riven special attention to thi--  line of goods and h,i\e --elected the be-t  miilcriiil, and if durubilil-.. quality and  .-licni.'th hn.s Aiijihim,' to do ������nh the  m,ike~ up of a .-hoe, we ask you to look  over thc-ii.*.  Just the Shoe You Want  for Your Boys.  Millinery and Dress Goods  A beautiful i.mgc of tlnx! goods are on iiie way and .ire expected every (lay-  Our Millinery display ihis year will fur excel that of lire-ions yc.tr-.    ���������  Willi: i-uo.M Mi-s Rii)Di:i.i.: r.efll.i.-l Monday for Keveli-ioke.       ,    ,  REID.& YOUNG,  DRY HOODS  MERCHANTS.  ��������� RHVKLSTOKK, B. O..     ,  POL/TICS.  A. W. Nuill, JI. I'. L\, consiilurs nn  nplicnl to tlio country nt iirti&cnL un-  tlcbiriiblu unil propiibL'.s to give the  I'rior <;ovcriiinunt n qiiuliliod support.  His coiistitni'iit.s cinlor.sc(l liis position  nt, a inculintr. li. C Sinitli, JI. I'. I'.,  makes u .similar iiiiiioiiiicoinuiit.  J Ion. Col. I'rior clniins u mnjority of  four nnd so expects to be nble to curry  on tlie tfoverntneiit.  Vancouver Uberul Absocintion de-  ciiled, by ii'.) to 17, to ii.sk tliu executive  to cull ii libiTiil convent imi to be held  nt Revelstoke. Joseph Jlnrtin htronj^-  ly opposed the proposal which he  (���������linrncteri.sed ns un nttenipt to down  him. " 1'he.so nieii," s:iid JJr. Jriirtin,  "who iiiuilo such ii noise on the sheet  willi the cry, 'kill this iiiuii, j;et rid of  Joe JIurLiii,' enn't kill me. I cuii j;et  elected here without their nomination." I). (I. Scott said no inaii hud  Inul grpiiter opportunities in Ilritish  Columbia than Jlr. Jlarlhi had. and  hud uecomiili-ilieil less.  Young Man !     Young Woman!  Don't, be content to slave nWini,' nil nf vein- life nl. Ihe .-nine old d-sk  or eoiinti'i'-a mere iD.-icliine. (Iltnw'l f!0 FORWARD! Dun't  fool iiwny your lime on flipperii'.-.    Ilon't wnsLe yum  iii������^hLs.  STUDY!     LEARN!     ADVANCE YOURSELF!  From Hard Work lo Success  is hut a step if yini'll iipplj >tnn-s|.]f and   woik  u  little  while e.ich day  now   to fid viiuce.    U'e e.ui iii.ike ymi proficii'iiL in any lini������ yon w ish.  leni'li siiccessfully by umil.'as more tliiin  I.VJ.tXXJ of our sLudei'il'.   in   ilie  .Stales and Ciiniiila will ntli'st.    '1'liev are out-  i ecoiiiiii'.'ndiitioii.    Wiih  foi- p.-irticiil.-irs.    Don't   hki.av.    We  business, mecli'inii-s, at t oi-.-eieuce.  IJCT  . Slnit.  We P(i  L'niled  ill once  e.ui   put you   fiirwiiid   in any luiiiieh of  IIONI-JST AMIilTION ATTAIN*  ITS GOAL.  INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE  SCHOOLS.  SCRANTON*. PA.  W.  II. JlcDOUOArj, Local Rcpioseiiliilivp,  P. 0. Box 130, Nelson, 13. C. THE KOOTiDJNAYfMAIL.  '.PUBLISHED  SATUIUMY. "        '  ,     ' , *��������� AT��������� - i <  1 REVELSTOKE. B.C.,    ,  Subscription   Prloo,    S2.00    Por    Annum  * !  .\DVERTI8IXG RATKS on application  Clifliii;e.i-,iii a(lvci'tiicinont-.'imi-il no In by  Tuotliij* of each week to secure food (IU-  play.        i  ' , .  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I J ' ,    '   .  i    ; o"  i      ;     .,CITY,'AGKXT3. (   ,  ''C.opiee of Tub Mail may be obtained from  ihe following city auenis:  "J. W.'HKNNi-rr.   ' ',  ,  ,' ' "  as ada HuuG & Hook Co.  ! , y. B. Wia.i.s.  ���������W  ARVEY, McOAKTER '    '  >  <-AND P1NKIIAM,  BARRISTERS, 'SOLICITORS, ETC.  OmcES : Aiolsons  Bank" Hi.ock, ' Iti-wix-  ,���������',' '    STjOKB, 11. C.  ���������  ,    Money to loan. '    ������    ,   ' A ���������     ,' ,, ���������  . Ofiice-: HovcMoko, IJ. 0.; Kort Steele, ll. C.   .  Geo.S. McC:akti:h,  A, M, Pinkium,  1 Revelitoke, U. C.  J. A. H.utvi'V,        f  KortSleele, 11. C.  T"E' MA'ISTRE "fc SCOTT, ''  JU      , ' "       '    ,  Barristers. Solicitous,' Notariks  >���������>  Puiii.ic, Etc.        '  .years. Following tho -boom in the  Kirirlicr industry comes promise'pf  busy times in mining. Silver, loud  and copper are ,(rising in valup lo  points nt, which the ores of lliesc  metals ciin he profitnhly worked.  This will result in large 'investments of cnpiliil in mining, and  with the prospects now'ahead there  is every reason to hope that Uritish  Columbia will become the banner  province of the Dominion.,  < ' ' .���������     ������������������' ' -     ������������������    -       t  ��������� THE NEW, RAILWAY,  The news that-(he tl rand'Trunk  intend to connect their Pacific line  with Nelson means thiit c tho������ ,Big  Bend/ will sh'ortly" have railway  communication.. The proposed line  will'be oho of tho most important  of the, company's branches. The  line will probably come down Canoe  riveAand follow.the Columbia'river  from the Big >Bend ,'nhd by the  Arrow lakes lo .Nelson. This'will  give 'Revelstoke and '.Arrow ' ]nk6  'points a competing lincwith the C.  I\R. and will make Revelstoke one  of 1 the most" important' railway  centres of Canada., Revelstoke will,  then be able to''get the ' wholesale  tariff rates;for, which this city I111A  so loiig asked from- the C. P. K! in  vain anoVwc shall have" here -the  most important inland, commercial  city-of western'Canada.^ ' - . A  First Street.--A  Rcvelstoke, 1J.U.  -"B  U -     - r,A  \t  T I  DWARq A. 11 AG GEN,-   '    '      /   I.J  Mixing .Exarxuuit,  1    V       . ������ ' '"1  - (Mem, American ln=tituto JliiiiiiK/IOiiBineei'n)  ��������� '-"��������� (Mcnv Canadian Mining Institute.)  j������  ' *    Revelstoke, B.. U.,     '_  E*carninatlon'"of-aiHl. reports on Mineral Properties a Specially,   q  w  ILLTA'M A. BAUER,.'  ~~-IDOMIXIOX -A-PltOVIXCIAI.  J/AM)     -  -'     .    u ��������� -   SUKVEYOH. ,- '  'k  'Surveys of Mineral Claims, Timber Berlin and  (a.   i u Ciown lands'. ' .'  ' ^Cure of,J. D. Siiihai.d, lti:vi:i.STOKi:. 'B.C.  JV  1 - ,!*  -i '-;  i  1 -f- "' 1' -f*  S'A. KIRK. -     ,      .,     , ,  1   1 *       1 . 1       ,  'Dominion, and .Provincial  <   'x '.   ,'_   Lanu Surveyoh,  Revelstoke, B.C.";  >  H.  ,*    U  %K  . iV  r.  PERRY LEAKE,";  .JLJL. ���������'^"MlnitiK KiiKincei-'aiiil Metfi)liii-gi->t.  ���������<'(__'      -     Sl'KCIAI.'lIllS!    -1 .     %,I  Examination-  and Kcporti on MininK   Properties. , -   .-'-r    v     * - '  , '    -  ^. Specification and Construction of Mining Jla-  -"       chlnery.         x . -, r     '- "-   .1  ���������  Te-t; made of Ores and Concentration forClilor-  '"    line and Cyanide Treatment.  'Hydraulic-Plant?..        .   >  j -       Picdford McNeil Code.  ���������M-  ISS/ED WARDS,  TRAINED MEDICAL-AND SURGICAL  ;; ; s nurse. r , -" > ' \   REV ELSTOKErB /C.' "-:L,<-  XCbe IRootena^ riDatl  ..SATURDAY, MARCH   21, 1903.',  The Camborne Miner says if the  committee of the'ProvinciaLMiners  .Associa.tion succeeds ih settling the  Fernie coal strike in such way that  no recurrence of .trouble may crop  up for  a   year   or   two,   the   new  organization    will   .have, justified  ;its"existenceif it never accomplishes  . another'stroke.  -Referring to the Prior government the K00tenaia.11 says: " The  premier ' is, ' however, gaining  strength in the province, and if he  "will tighten,up the reins and make  the cabinet and supporters step out-  smartly in- the interest of the  country, we have, no fear of the  result, for we believe .Aie means to  do what is right.'1       "  '  The charges of bribery brought  by R. R. Gamey, member for  Manitoulin, against 'Hon. -J. R.  Stratton in the Ontario legislature  last week created 'widespread  interest. Premier Ross did the  right thing/when he refused to go  on with any further business of the  legislature till an investigation is  held by a royal commission. Strat-  .ton denies the charges. If they are  true he must leave the cabinet. H  they should, prove untrue the result  will be serious for Gamey and  those ,who backed .hini-in the  nefarious scheme. '  'A PUBLIC WRONG.     ������;  -'J'he administration, of' the criminal law in1 Canada *������is  disgraceful  in some respects." .Without reasonable investigation, citizens arc somo-  limcs'chargeirwith heinous offences  and put on Trial, only lb"prove that  they dare 'c-nUrely rinnScenl.    Such  proceedings "/amount   to .a   gross1  wrongAto   the 'moneyed   man 'and  absolute ruin to  the I'lbdrer victim,  The recent baseless 'charges against  ���������1. Genellc from ,the, 'Yukon arc'aii  instance ofrthp������fc-niior a iul- the ease  ..ofA-'l*  W* ��������� Sjnipsonj A1' Itossland  merchant,,illustrate'tlie latter. The  law,,'should bo amended  to provide  "compcnsalion.ito' innocent,"victims  of   such   abuses, iVnd   police  and  other oflicials- who   a re.', So careless  in'their.dulies  as; to,'arrest a man-  without   clear'6videiicc    of'guilt  should"' bc\dismissccl 'from" their  positions, for thcyarc ihCapable of  being entrusted wilh'suchAosponsi-  biiity.',,     A        ���������   ,". .    t  devastation of industry is an,arch-  con spirit tor who ought to be  amenable to the laws of the counr-  try as much' as the man who  conspires against his neighbor.  There is too much truth in the old'  saying ''llio'little thief is put in the  stocks; the big thief goes Haunting  in silks and satins." '  What 'Canada demands, 'and  must have" for her prosperity, is  industrial peace, ' but that, peace  cannot bo had while' tyrants like  General Managar , McNicoll arc allowed to'texer'cise their' brute force  unchecked, and regardless' of 'the  misery and .ruin they bring lo,  others. - Such men ��������� do 'as -much  mischief as the 11 vilest agitator.  This is'YiO'day for mealy-mouthed  talk. ' The eoririlry^is 'on the verge  of a volcano created' by the tyrant  on one'hand and the agitator on  the" other. Between' these two  stand Uie great masses of the people  who suffer from tho indiscretions of  both. It is this scction'of the community, which-must take in hand  the remedy.', That remedy consists  'in an arbitration and conciliation'  law which shall provide for justice  between The extreme parlies. ''Al-  thoughithe demand for 'a 'concili-  'alioiv'arid arbitrati'on law'has been  a cardinal.plank of .unionism from  'its inception,we regret leasee-many  union men .now/repudiating that  principle.', Tho great- mass oft the  people1 cannot tolerate suoli,a repudiation but must insist on mect-  ���������ing the present unsettled conditions  with a law which shall end the  power"of the tyrant on one,, hand  and the mischief of ,11-������'agitator on  thq other, and secure -industrial  peace' and 'prosperity .under<just  conditions.       ,   "      "���������   '  REDUCE' YOtJH COST OF MINTING WITH , ��������� '��������� ; '  bck Drill  *    A CHILDISH THR.EAT.'   *  ' General jManager'-f j-tMcNicoll's  orders, to'Caiicel the proposed"ox-  peiiditures at Vancouver and Rcvelstoke beca'nse he has trouble''with  a few employes brought -on by oife  'of his'own'iinderstrappers, at -Vancouver, arc most discreditable to  him. His soul is 116' bigger, than  Ihaf'of' the 'mean 'little,school boy  whcshouls to his mato/'You sliant  play in our<yard.">'-Mi\ JMciS'icoll's-  orders show'' his utter ignorance of  the^vest, and the .absurdity hi his  presuming to .order the details Qf  business over the whole -tcdnliti'cnl  from -}Iohtrcal."^Thc people of, the*  west arc.iAireej. aLnclwj"nd,eyei|deiit  race who' elb not bow iii subjection  under Mr. McNicoll's lash'.1" On the  contrary they* gird themselves for  the fight and accept -Mr. McVNicoll'o  challenge' as, men whose vdtcs at  the ballot-box will one day deirmnd  government control of the C. 1^. R.  and place Mr..ilcNicbll \vhere he  belongs. The people of the (west  know ,thc C." P. R. does hot' spend  money in -public improvements  unless it has to. and Mr. JMcXicoll's  ���������O^Ii'GOV.KKN^rifiN'IV'   '.,  "  ''A"V"*  \ ..'    UNIfiJMO'OITiIS.  / In llio'rWiblic interest the powers  dfC." P. R. general supcrintendenis  should lie enlarged. AVhat.*does  Mr.".McNicoll,, sitting in'.his'olliee,  at .Montreal,' know" of the true,  posjtioirof thingsj in>British Col*  unibia as compared with j\li\,Mar-  polo "who ris-on-'the, spot? 'Why'  should ' the 'publics 'interests' of-  British 'Cohimbia _be sacrificed ,to  the spleen" of a would-be tyrant  sitting in Montreal and out of touch  with tho situation?',Such a'icondition of tilings savors o'f a government set up within a government.  Neither -Caifada nor1 ��������� any ''other  'country can affo'rd"' to; have", two  governments,soThatrone may'undo'  the good 4 which the other docs."  ShottliVnot the govcrnment'of the  people absorb that whiclr'is against  the pebple,compulsori]y,if necessary,  paying of tco'ursc fair compensation?  Let, Jlhc^voters "think over** this  proposition between .now 'and next  election.1- ~ -rt   <  ������  ..V .-' . -  41*  4*.  POINTERS I TO LARGE AMD SMALL MINING. COMPANIES.  U.si's liiiniiiiiiiii powi'r.  , " (_   1    '        . / ,'  Dous mux 111111111 work     ' > , ' '���������  Takes from 1 to 2 II. P. lo run the ilillVri-iit'si'/.o ih-ills.   ,  ' Repair eo.stb .cxt'i'ccliiigly ������.iiinll.' <' !' A   ���������  Es|K!i'i,nlly desigiicd iiiiil'Wlnplt'/l foi; ceononiiftil work.  Striki's alicuiLs-ix liiuulri'il blows n iniiinle. , .1      , _ . ....  Doos'sniiit' iiiiKiiint ol woi-U,ns nil drill  of sunn' si'/.c, with mit^tuiilli,  , It lias tliroo spi't'tls ivgulnti'd liy 11 simple speed controllei'.  tlie powiM.        ���������' /       1   '   ' ' '        ./   fiti'(^ke can he I'i'giiliiti'd from 2 to 5 iiiclies.      ' ,    '  Does noLrstiak in tlie hole.      ' ','.,"..'  No expi'iisivu ah'or sti'iuu pipes lo lcVop in repair., . .   '  'Oo5.t.s 11 limit one-t.liii'd us iiiut'li as other di'ills,to instiilll ,   ,  l No clc'Clrii-ily entei-s drill. ' '      ,.       '      ,.       '     .'  In f-ii't.iti'mu very siinple^ti'otitf,mechanical deviucleta;/ricuHi/ drlrcn  " Tlii'ii.'l'ore the men behind the. machine work without being shocked  . 'or- lho;i(Vblurting  to mine on'1 a s-iimll bciilc.iiiid ,who cannot ull'nrd u sti'iun plant',1 out* drills nnd pC'iiipinctit aie without question the clienpcbt,  siiinllesl and moil com pact pliinU on the linu ket.    In enies where the injur.; is isolated and fuel   ii very hif,'li,'il..would  only  be  necessary   1,0 iiislall  a  uA)i ' sniiill nasoline-elei'ti'k' eiiKineand dynaiuo to gcuciiite the I'lectrieil-y lo deliver to Lhc2 II. P. motor that, runs the drill, to furnish 'ini'iindesee'nt' lighls   AS  ' ^  nnd.power for fans to ventilate the mine.   Or. 'where1 n steam  plant is a 1 ready installed, it would require,only a very smn 11 engine to r;un the generator  *| ���������  ���������������������      " '���������" ___ ,' 1        l__ ' ^i."   ' L     'A j 'J _��������� ��������� ,,.,'''  "A:   T  ���������WEITE   TJS.      -VsTE   O^JST   SHOW  "Y"OXJ.f  THE  =r 4>  ECTRIC 'DRILL GOMPANYf  "J.'.    '.',.,   '"'"''    101 .BASTABROADWAYi       -.\ V,     BUTTE, MONTANA... ������7.j,V  %���������:.  CORRESPONDENCE  ��������� . ���������       ' -' ~    ' '<  ;l      ; >, DANCING. '' \\  ,  f- - ,1     '     - - - -  '     - a  JJdilor Kooti:nmv.AI.mi. : ���������> <  -     ,'   ������*  ^ininst.-iiumlioi; "df" the Herald * a'p-  pcaiv a maudlin" "article, undbi'i a 11^  anonymous''signature, ''A l'aront.".  denominated ,".Tlie���������Dancing School^'  Xow,,i\Ir.' Editor, Iiahould refrain from,  replying to suchj'sanctimonious twaddle, and treat'the liystoricnl M'cmarlcs  with tsilonfc conleiiiiit which 'tlfey  deserve, were;.it iiot that'-the honor  unci integrity of'tlio kind and courteous  "trustees'  of - the,  Rcvelstoke,- schools  'werc-inyolveil.' ��������� -\ .., - *-.���������c., ��������� _ ^_  The people of iieyolstoke are to be  congratulated on having such broad;  minded and * liberal gentlemen as  trustees.,'A liberal education ih_it&  broadest seiue is> a hiirmoiiiouo dc-"  velopmem of the physical'-and mental  powers.''The body needs culture and  development as well as the mind.  Physical strength. gVace_ aiuLbcauty,  aie inesliiriable oharaetcrii-tics., These,  with elegance 'of carriage and deport-  ineiUy^iic produced,and strengthened  by   danernsr.'  Xotliing  renders -'Tlio  huinaii form   divine"  ihoie  graceful.  What culture is to i the mind, grace is  [the wav  to   better  understanding, j to   the   body.     This   exerche,   with  HIn the1 prr-si'nt'Strike if   ruipt. Mar-1 amusement,, produces     Health     and  ad full   authoritv   from'thc-'''^ut-v'   Tliu true  teacher  trains the  , .������������������,.,  ',.,,1   ���������.,,,,1,1 < bo'lv as  we     ns  the   mind,   and has  s^u..i..,..i:agertoactand  wouid;      , fm. tlm't ,lncicnt  eraplovcs joinins   the 'U. B. R. E.'.  meet trie committee of  the anker,, 1^      .. M<Jij3 MUift .��������� mm co  )0rc������  (J. P.R. (ierieralAvIaniiirer McKicoll l1}.������������������} bft  s"rp"������?S  now   their      F~0M Um(J ilimiwn0li���������i  u-c find it  little  reckons  the   trouble he may! tilf,,cl!U,es would   disappear,   and, reoordwl   that   fl.incing -Jias   begn *m  "MtBCiriEbV OF!'ESPIOKA'GE.  OiffJ of the causes' oi misundei;-  slandings.and trouble between the  CJ.-P. R. and',its .employes is_ the  systetn *ot_secret service and ospion-  agdlliatls earned LpiA bV Jh\conv  pany., The men, who engage Mn  this means of -'earning ' a liveli-"  hood are , ainongst"- the lowest  class. T'hese ���������me'hAcarry tales to  their superior ollicers. vand , such  reports are too often false and mis-  leadingj creating hard feelings on  part of'olticial and employe. , If  officials and employes met each [  other face to face to settle their difficulties, free ' from espionage, a j  strike   would, probably   never   he  subserviency toa'mere place-hunter,  Mr.'Taylor's position as a representative has, become (so 'degraded  that it'js , generally , b'eliovc-cl, if, he  werc'torun again he could not pave  his-1 deposit.- The, 'district h'as,to  thank iMr.' Fr'asor for' doing ''the  wbrk.that Mr. Taylor should' have  done. 'The fuel!' remains,, that the  governnientjias done much'to open  up and "cl'ovelop ihe-rosourcos of the  'riding, and this section of the prov--  incc^at all events, has,"n'o cause of(  complaint, thanks 'to the attention  given lo'L its' requirements by the  chief/' commissioner, -' provi'iiciaI  treasurerVirnd other iiiembers of the  cabinoL';, Mr. Taylor .supported the  goycrni'iicnt' wlien- ho (irsUeiltcred,  (pa'rlian'ienl, itn?rwo' have yet lorsc'e  any legitimate.reason fo/hischange'  of front. . No m'cinber of the legislature wUh a 11'iind of his own, and  worthy, of * the" respect .,of his constituents', wpulcV, allow a ?poli lical  adventurer- like 'Dick 'McBride to  use, him Jike aAootliall*. Yai, that  is Mr.'Taylor's position in the view'  of his,constituents, and amongjiis  fell'owMnembers fll ,thcJegiblature.  He has sacrificed the interests of  his electorate ��������� to the vanity of Mc-,  Jiridoi' Mr'.Taylor's'cdnstituents in  licvelstokc would like to hear-what'  justification hethas^to offer foi'jsueh.  conduct. '''-'-     .v.-'-    -   '    "      -A'  to this tlioughtloss* Iroducer of linno-  ccnt iiii'uisdnient.s and, Kevclstokians,  " hot him' Iliat is without sin castllhc  lii'U stone," unless he come out of the  grass and reveal his tniO'foriii. '  ,'-"       J ,11111 etc.," . .',*' v       , '  ,'      ,.        ''*,   1'lfOK. hfA.MIlll'ltUU.N-.  .Rcvelstoke', iNliircli IU. *'     ,     .',   .  <*���������������  ChaTiibsrraJn's' Cough RGmed*;.'  I''(?r CougliK, Colds, Croup and 'Whooping Cough.   Price. 25 cents; large size 50c.  - ' " '   '   Ir '  'Chamjbsi-Iaiin's  Colic, Cholera"  - , and Diarrhoea -Remedy- , '"^  jjl'or.'howel Cginplmutii.''   Price 35 cents.'  i ' ,    -���������; " j.r  ' h,Chamberlain's PairirBalmU   '  An antiseptic linhiiciit especially valuable for'Cuts, llruiscsl Sprainsand Rlieiiina-  flism.    I'ricc aj, c^ats; large si/.c 50 cents.  threats are properly characterised j necessarv, as a straightforward talk  as a childish attempt at bull-dozing j WOuld clear up difficulties and pa  public opinion.   ..  THE C. P. It: fSTRIKE.  in raisin������ the  dust  ONer* a  tew  note   i  seneral man  bb makinc-. not   onl v   for ( hiB own I $he��������� ih nf������, nafnf *]>? ^^T^ I ^'������rite. ^ "������f  cbmnanv-'but' for   the   whole   Do.tcoukLnot be efiected within half an , Men and  women  ���������   t      -   ,,,,       - -,   1   hour. I a-   an   innocent  minion.    Ihe   day'  01   unrequited A '         not   confined   to  tyranny-is over, and  the man who ' "ZT    ,     MkMRFR '-   Isccictv.' it has  dares   to  wrong   his   employee  ori "  UJA LIAi0KL ,S AJJj'Uj , K\;| lvise "defonders  fellowmcn can  depend   on it there J     AVc Averc,*-surprised   to .see   T.  is a day of   reckoning  in- store for I Taylor. M." P. P.. condemn   the ad-  him.    The U. Pj. R. E. "may not be) ministration   of  M.v.  Fraser,   gold  a strong organisation in-Canada as ! comm'Usionor for  Revcbtoke. in an  yet. but  it" is   affiliated   with the! address at Ferguson.    Mr. Taylor's  "Western Federation  of Miners and I particular  grievance   seems   to   be  the American Labor   Union, two of I that Mr. Fraser ha,������ the government  the strongest labor organisations in j patronage.    What is a government  the world.    Every   clay  the  strike! official worth if he cannot'be relied  nd  General Manager McNicoll might  do worse than ponder .over this  comment of a railway Journal :  ''.More than onq, hot-headed railway official in the past ha.- played  his own conceit again-t tin: need.1-  of employe-, backing hi'nisclf wilh  the fund.- of the shareholder:-, only  to find that right and ju-lice arc  more potent won pons than greed  and self-conceit, and the mi-guided  player.- have been forced to rolin-  iiui.-h their fine po-itions nnd seek  something more Miited to their  overrated capacities."  on to advise as to the expenditure  of public money so as to give the  L'reatc-st benefit to his district? Mr.  Fraser is a worker. Mc has travelled over all parte*  of   the district to  I ascertain the1 public   roquir'-incnt'-,  'and meet them in   thr* he-t po--ihlc  ! way.   His work has been -uceessful.  lie can say   there   ha-   not been a  ton'of ore mined that could not ho  removed for want of transportation. ��������� f.mpbitictlly d'-i.y  That i������ a groat deal   to   ho   able fo 1 jucIi .1���������������������������! toai.    -M_  ind is highly croililahle to tite| at -mch .1 ^-i.-.! ni'r.r hoi.i   tb.U i'|.n-  I'l    t<)   the *rov-l ben-lb!" .l'1'..'''    .Hid   "Jii'bi't   ni   thi  ��������� ornriK'nC,   Mr. Fra-or  lasts extends its ramifications a  brings lo.-s and suffering to other.-,  until a time ma}; come when" the  principle.-of unionism may demand  of every union man, whether con-'  nectcd with railways or nut. all tho  support he can render to ensure the  due recognition of the weaker  organisation, till not a wheel will  turn on the 0. P. II. line and its  branches. At a word, every mine  which supplies coal or 'ore to the  0. P. R. may   ho   shut down.    The  .-hipping liovoolI, has  been already   iroverniii'-nt agent and   t->  the'/o    ,  extended      to   Australian    water-', > ernmenf.   Mr. Fra-or ha- ^ueoood-d * Km-i" ������>< ..ui.*f'-Mr.v, i.u,. ������������������.",. ,"..������������������������  , ,     ,   , . . ��������� .        ��������� ,1 ii   , 1, . ;. b ^--iif -- not ,iii-i,iilltv <>7 "-iieii a vnli'.ii  where the labor union   is   supreme. 1 1:1   stopping   tho   rookies-   waste or 1'  and not an   Australian   liner  ctm-' [iiihlio money which w'-nt on undi r ''''"-'  ii'-oling   with   tin;   C. P. II.   will bo I M r. Taylor's patronage.  loaded    or     (li-ohargod        K-K-torn !      What voa-onable ground h.i** Mr.  porl.- it n bo blockaded in tIi" sflmo \ T.r. lor for compla 1 nt'-*    (Io ajlowod  nay.    The (J. P. R.  may   n'li'iinii-o i himself to he rnc.--.nieii<-ed   by   Irick  the' ir.ntlor.      It   may   tell   11-   tlio  <-6cial" iimuseniont.  have  indulged in it  recrciitiijn.    It' was  >   any   one   class   of  bad   such   able and  a<    Soeiates,   Cato.  Atbenaetis etc.    Kven  Martin   Luther  showed that lie "knew   more   than lm  prayer"'' when   lift   -aid:    '-The   best  pii-*UiiifA,itxl 'extrei-e 'aie niii-.ic nnd  d.tiit'ing, the lornitr  di.-pelling mental  o.ireSind  mi-lanolioly,   Ihe  latter pro-  duciiig.tbe   (,la-ilicity   of   hedy   and  pr������-s"rv;n^ 6t health."  Hut, like many things," it al times  met with opposition. 'Howi'\ei, it.-  oppori"nt*- art few. and. Hit-y belong  only to thai 'cia-v of society who hji-  po,-e e\e:> fning'thrit m.ikoi iife cheer-  un.  Tli'- mif-1* .-,.'>'=���������' '* f ���������u,li inlcrmod  ������ - ' H.otlici-* ������;ibfd th"rn to at-  teiid tb'V f-honld .tb.-enr tb'-in-elvr-  frAu^ci'.n'.l." Who v..i- tlif* infoliii-  ,ui!' Tl'"> -.iv.' 1 hav* ahiiiy- uriiltr-  .-t'Knlillnit o\ j(If������ncr* w,i- founded iifion  kiit-.n'I'di,'" and i-Ot ii������>on b'-.n -ay. 1  !..t*. I'lK Jita'le any  '  i;!,i--i'- ' ar..   lu Id  1' Chamberlain's Stomach and  V-   " -- J ;Over Tablets! {rA*   ���������''  For .'Disorders '��������� of'the ' Stomach;' Liver  aud'Bowels.    Price J25 cents.      " -  .'"<   ������T       L_ AT,   "*  4 Every one oi these preparations  is guaranteed and if not fully sat=  isfactory, id" the purchaser- the  money will be refunded.    ,,;.  '���������READ'iT 'THROUGH."   J     l *  "-<-;   '-*   ,         -.>/.., \j   ���������,  'Twoul'd Spoil This Stor^to Tell it in  the Headlines.'^  ' To "."nse-"tiin Jeiglitcenlh' "centiii-yii  |ihi-iihe,' this is. an "o'er 1 true" tale."  Having happened in a small' Yji'Khiia  town in the. vvintoi of ]002. it is n sUny  veiy niucli of thepresent. b'p to a|sliort  time- ago Airs. John 10." Ihu mon, ��������� of  ,AIelfa"Slalioii,,irYa., jlitidno per-sonal  kno\vh'ili?e cof"tbet rare ciirative properties of Oliaiiilieflaiii'&Goiigh'Iteiiiedy.  ".Last January," she "says, "niy baby  look dreadful cold' and " ntrone" tinie.h  IViired bho woitld'liavi''_vpne_iinioiiia, but  onetof my neiglilioi'b told hie" .how this..'  remedy had cured her little boy' and'I  began giving il'Ui jny baby at once  and it soon cured l'ler.7" I hearlly thank  the. nianiitaetiii'es~of ^(Jliambei'lain's  Cough Remedy Ctir^plafiiig so "great a  cure 1 wjthin my reiieh. I 'eaunoliji'e-  couiniend it too highly 01'oiiy top intit-h  in its favor.. I hope all who read tliis  will try it and he'eonvinced ns 1 was.''  For snie by all,druggist-.    "''  Well Again.  The many friends of John Bloiint  'will be pleased Io learn "that he has  entirely recovered < fi-oin his nit nek of  t-heuinatibiii. ,* ' Ghniiibcrlaiii's' P.iin  Balm cured him niter the best, doctors  in tbe town (iMonon, hub) hiul fniled  to give relief. Tbe prompt 1 elief from  pain \vhich this liniment alTords is  alone'.worth many times ils cost. Sold  by all druggist'-. .       ' ��������� -'      ,  "���������For a-Disordered Stomach.  - "I hnve been troubled'_fo_r some^time^  with indigestion and soffir "stomach;"  says Mrs.S.-irnliW.Giii'tisof Lce.jrnss.,  "and have bi;en Inking Chamberlain's  Stomach and LiverT.iblets which have  helped me very much so Hint now I  can-eat, many tilings lhat before  could not." If you have nny (rouble  with youi-stnninch why not take thesi  Tablets and get well? For sale by n."  druggists.  ***  f>:    ������������������'  '4*  '���������7'' h  ' Not Giving', Special Discount's A .   ' < A'nA  ���������   '    ' Not Running Business for Glory  But Giving, at 'all,'times.'.Good.'Value; for"  ,   \.' '.  "   Hard-Earned MoneyJ. ./;"���������'*���������'- ���������������  HARDWARE.!  4*  -*'  ���������ft   -if   ���������it'tr'^t    ���������*<   t<  M/ "<t 1 -ir   *<   it   *ft    Ht   -it   -f-t   -ft   -4r   -*r   ^   *fr ���������*<   ���������&?���������<(   f(   ���������<(   *<   !(?   TLt   t������   *r   3?  - ���������',  ; a3.^HOWSOM>;,/;  Furniture ^ Dealer, "Hoiise Furnisher' arid;', Undertaker,  '   :. "  ������.-";'-'.'" 'AA- ,, /u't ^ AA;rAA:- " ���������< ^% A^ '  ��������� ' '" Has inst opened the' largest stock , A -A '��������� ,.,  'A Vv ^^''-'o^Garp^ts-iii.-thc city./-' 'V.-' - / A~ ������- ^A^AA ,A-  '"-      '",  ':V   -.    "' ','.     ''-        '-   "'' ?V*'i  ''''"A     }"  ' A,,     Ay     (.  Linoleums/Rugs,-.Toilet Ware'i'ahd;General ,House 'Furnishings<  ��������� JIcKhnziis Avunuk:  ItRVELSTOKE. ,"  '      ','      -J"    v-'i-  S0TCA"WHI5RY|  CLASGOW A IGK00*_  istillcdc Uy._Greenlees_Brothers,r Argylcl  shire,'Scotland, js \vithout_ a peer as a  pure, -wholesomeApleasing spirit/    ' .  a Accept   no   offer,  tb" substitute',- oi\  any imitation.     . "v V ' -   ,  The-signature of the proprietors as  vcry'label. ,   .  givcinbclow is on  r All-Dealers.  Reasonable Prices-  / \JU2suU  Lawrence A. Wilson Co. Limited, Agents, Montreal.4"    %  I'm* Sale, by Tbe Kevelstoke Wine ant1'Spirit Company, Limited.  a V.  uti'ii,   fl.ni'  GOOD TIMES IX PROSPECT.  ' Tlie outlook for British Columbia  is brighter than for  the past three  .-triku liii.u been broken, tlint the  company is put lo no inconvenience. Unit 1110 .'���������Inkers are reliirnin"  lo work'. The public know belter.  They have heard the.-e slorics before, and know they are manufactured I" mislead and drive  sympathy from the striker.-'.  A   man   or   company     who   is:  ' Mr Mride till hi.- con-til t'.ents have  ���������eninelo regard hirn a-> Me.l'rirle**.  Jiiek-in-tlie-box. Dick ])iill-i Ihe  siring alid the inernber for I'evcl-  sloke danei- to hi- tune, no rn utter  how ridieuloii". When Mr. Taylor  was returned he had tlie res pee t of  bis constituency and did '^ood  work. A-* soon as he allowed himself'to he   hypnotised   by   Mel.'.ride  responsible .for   such'   widespread' his usefulness was gone, and by his  I il ll l.nt . ' ("I li  Till p'i|t|i;iiliii' pln.i-' ii-'fl ill tb"  ^eiii'i.il .iiiii'iiii.f'"iu<'iit ������.i- ' -rhoilof  Mici.il ir Ini' ni' hi (leprii-liiii-iil, 1 ti-  ipietti   1 I' M"l< <���������'���������' 1 ,  I  ' Vi II .hM-i d  th*      I bllib' II     tii'l       I 1    1 'mi1'     l'i     Ui.V  lr( tn.i    mil. ���������-      tin-'-      ii"<*ii"(J    I b"  .-a net inn     mid     peiini-.-i'u|    "l   tb'-ir  llllltllll-i 1  111 (-(.in lusinn I 11111.V say, fm iiialilie  i-oiisi(l(i,iliiiii,se,ii-(-': nnyfnie will diH'er  from AtlieniK o-> ������hen li" s-'>'-s-  '��������� l)aiii-iii<; im 11 I hi ii*; lieeoiiiim; pei->"in  of lionor and wisdiun, and by all  Millions practised and deservedly admired. " ��������� ���������'-,',���������  In future 1 shall   pay  no  atlenlion  F. H. TORRINGTON, Musical Director.  HIGHEST   MUSICAL    EDUCATION.  Kx.\.MlNATIONS - M.nlilobii, I lw Ter-  i-iioiies .ind l-!iitish ('(iliiiiiliin, .Julv,  IWi.  Hi-ndl'in' Culi'iidnr and Syllabii.".  -  12iiii(l II ri-iubi'iike -A Ti'i'oid"  A' GUARANTEED CURE  For All Forms of Kidney Disease  -My skin was sallow,-1 had a bad taste in my mouth in the  mornino- and my breath was offensive at times and occasionally  I had .a badl headache.' By the. use of Ripans'tTabules I am  now in a,condition to attend1 to my daily-duties, my appetite is  excellent and my digestion much improyed. '      -'        ,    ,-  ,   A.    -    AT   DRUGGISTS.   A .. '.  The live-cent packet  is   enough -for.an ordinary occasion  'J'he family bottle, sixtycents, contains a supply for a year.  \W, llw iiiiiIim-iJh'iiciI I������iii^KI-I-, in-"  fnllv piep.ued In (,'ivi' lh" liillnwiiif?  (,'iiin-inl' '��������� uilb '���������-. "i v .-"iO ("lit but lb' nl"  hr. I'.-lliiiu'iH'i Kidiu v-Woil, Tablel-,  llu- duly ii.|iii.(In hi I lie iM11ldJjl.il  pniil i\ Ay (die-'.ill liiiiilili.- (iii-inj;  iii,ill u.-.ik ni* ili-i"ii'-ed klilii"J-:  "AliilH'V ( h'-'-l fully ii'lill'liiil iribe  iiil'i'i-ri i*. nut, ii'lieved and iinpinved  nflt'i* ui" (if fnc hi.Ill", Thiee tn ^i\���������  lii.(l|...si.|l'ei-l niliir.i-.bini; and | cuiiini*  ent, i lire--. If net n-lieved and t in ed  ynu w.i-le no inoiiey."  C.in.-id.i Hin'k fi Dim: <-'('. Md*'.  IJeVI'l-lllikl'.   II. V:  .1. A. .Miller .t Co., UiiiiJKi-tN  lt..v.'l-loUe,  I!, C.  Walter Hews. I.)rnK.������i.st.  Revclsl.nke, Ji. U.  Wholesale and Retail " ���������;_    A  .   .   .   Meat Merchants-  Head Offi.ce, Abattoir and 'Gold Storage:  ^^^^Calgary, Alberta  i.s betler llian a Century   Dieiinniirv to  Ilie otherwise.  Our word-, to you today are:  IIavi-; Viimi 1'iti.vriNo ok tiih  11 mst  .Styi.k ami Quality.   To ukt hotii  OIlllKIt OK Til K  KOOTENAY MAIL.  AvfrrdtolKtWisc  Orders by pos>t have piompL attention ^  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ,7  ������', , j;  BEATON.  From our own ('orre-poudi-iit.  ' Mr.'Uickiiisoii hns started a logging  camp on lii.< limit about a mile out  and is working live or six men.  Jiil. Jlillnian lias erected ti new  stable here, and is going to build a  now residence beside it in the spring.  EildicPniil.wlio came home to Beaton  with n very bad attack of pneumonia,  - is rapidly improving -.under Or.  J.o/.ic-r's care and ih now , considered  out of danger.  About ten ,incn   went round the EI  Caliph and on the  hill above Beaton's  stables   making   snow   locutions'.     Jf  reports arc   true  the next gold boom  . will be round Iioiiton.'  Tlie logging, camps bad to suspeii'*-  ,  operations on  account   of the heavy  snowfall.  'Tliirty-tlirec  inches , fell in  ' the three   days   and   the   snow   was  deeper than for fil'teen=ycars.  It is rumored'Unit-John Jk-gun, who  ,   has been woiking  a. claim < called,the  , El Caliph, about two miles, from hero,  liasstriick all kinds of free gold in his  tunnel, and   that a    large   number of  snow-locations arc to be.made.  Jill, llillnian'and M. Beaton,'.who  have the contract for the square  .timber and piles for the'Arrowhead  sawmill, arc yorking'-lo men'. ' They  are getting on well, and expectrto have  ' the contract' completed by the end of  the month. . / A  The   coroners .jury   at   Ferguson  made a 'fi nil ing  which -blamed   those  who'were working in 'the mine for not  " ,turning on the air; that the mine and  < machinery were in good-shape, and  ' recommended that experienced miners  . be employed as bosses. ���������  ���������  ������ 'Ulr. Shitw, the mail currier,  eanie'in  over the ice witli_ just  the letters and  no papers today. V A   number  of  men  ' ft0111  here hauled   tour   collina  from  Arrowhead to Benton   ior   the victims  .of the .VetticJ.. disaster.   They  were  sent on to Ferguson by stage.  i , ���������-        i *���������' i  The residents  of   this   place .were  shocked and grieved to  hear of  what  proved to Ue the most" serious disaster  ' which has yet occurred in this district,  ainl  in*  which  four  of  the ��������� Nettie L.  ' miners lost their lives , by" being overcome with powder smoke. 'We feel it  all the more as  most/of  us  were pcr-  < sonally acquainted with the victims.   ,  Wo trust the item which appeared  in,your'paper, stilting .the dredger is  to be'put to, work here as soon as she  is through at the Narrows, is correct,  hi* the deepening of. the channel will  be a'great boon for- the" Bea'tbnites; as  well as to'thc residents o.f Camborne  'and Trout Lake., It will save over-a,  mile haul'and ciit oft' what is often a  very muddy trampv for about eight  , months of the year.  .Contrary to .expectations we are  again shut oft' fiom communication  with the re.t of-the world, except by  chancing it over the ice . for 10 miles.  The heavy snow on' the ice renders it1-  impossible for the little boats to-push  a barge through the." ice A a_nd, keep, n  channel-open., The time has i arrived  when ihe uiteicsts of the district re-,  quire the sen ices -of larger and more  powerful boats.' The little' tugs have  done'al! they.could, butvthcy haven't  power enough.- ��������� -,-.  - "jl'iu-clillth. '"'     ' ���������     ���������   '   ���������    ,'  stable to .milk and had left their  grand child, about 8 years old, in the  house. It is supposed he got playing  with the1 fire and set the house ablaze,  then opened the door, which gave it  greater force, and befoie anyone could  get there it had made so much headway there was no saving anything  except the'stove and a. few bed clothes.  We arc now enjoying tho balmy  days and the delightful way they are  fixing the snow.'  Some of onr settlers who have been  out all winter arc expected m mow  aiiy time.      , ���������   ���������  clever spec'iali-t.-. Their .-trec-t parades nltractid much 'attention and  their orcbe-tra i���������- a woithy fe.itmo of  their oiiteiininineiii.���������Xcepaw.i J'rc-is.  JMiu'cli 28-.J0.  Do You Wake Up in the Morning  Feeling Tired and Miserable ?>������������������  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  The regular inci-liiiKi  are la-Id in tlie Masonic Temple, Jiourne  ���������S-Hiill,  ������"  H'O    Hi'"1  sfM.oinluy    in   e.u  _ moiiili  nl,   h'   p.   ii-.  *���������   Viiiuni?   brellircii  cordially welcomed.  II. (lOUIJOX. Si:cnr.*Miiv.  FIELD.  A Gay  Time  at the Masquerade  Ball.  , From Our Own Corrc.-pondeiit. .  The masquerade ball held in Ilali-  dny & Pringle's hotel last Friday was  a success from start ,to finish. The  committee, consisting of T. Carey, 0.  Knowdell, A. W. Sharp,. A. E. Foully  tain and D. Campbell, made it pleasant  and agreeable for nil who were there.  The' supper, which wiis put up by  Messrs. Hali'day & i'ringle, was the'  best in Field for some time. The  music was furnished by the Jlcl'hcrson  orchestra, and was very good. 'J'he  ball opened ut 'A.lii, with .J. T. .Tones  acting as floor miinnger.c .Following is  a list of those in costumes:���������  Mr-. T. Crump, Turl;i-li Woman.  Mr.-. J. McXmiKlit, Flower Girl.  -Mr-.. C Ciiroy, School Oirl.  Mr-. Ilnrnwoll, Olil M.iiil.    . ' , '  ,  ,   Mis. .Te.-ui f.irey. Old Maid.  Mr-.'J. T. June-, CJiieiaiof irearl-.   (  Mr-. A. McDonald, Ifiidiliiud Lniaic.    .  - JU-, Gen in Field-, 0>-|i".v Gl'i I.  . .Mrs. T. l'riii(,������lo, Tuil*.        0 .     ���������       '  ��������� Mr-. Miiiiinil, Mr'4. Siii'lcy.        ,      '    ���������  Miis Hilly, Topsy. '(   ���������  Mis.-, L. ('(inmir-j (Gulden), Niidil.       .���������    '  Mi.sS. Ifiiilnn (Goldi'ii), Fairy.  ; Mis, Hfiokhout, llridn. ,,  Mr-,  ivdnir* iiiidr Mi���������,.Mc<'.illiiiu    (Ueiivi'r),  Flower Girl-,.   .' ' ,   "  Miss Miikkiu Mcf'iillinii, Qui'i'ii of Hearts-.  D. Uouo-. (Gulden), .Serce-ml,  Ur. JlcAlici! (Golden), Irish ('oinrili.-in.    ,  ll. Carey,'John Hull.    , ���������  ('. Knowdell, Uncle Sum.      ,  \V. Ij. Wood, Coon llajliee.'   -  L. Loach, Clown. ,' *        , o  U. Perry. Cln-r. ' ��������� '  A. W. Sharp, Coon Swell.      " ,  A. K. Eountaiii, Southern Hullo.  F. Mandee, Cliiiiniiiiiii. . '    t  T. Carey, Little Lord I-'aiintleruy.    ���������  T). W. C.impliell, Chin.ini.in.  W. Hookhout, Clown. - '       ���������  *V. Aiidorson, KiiKineer. .  J. Griihinn. Satan.   '  A."McDonald, Hi|-lil!iiiil Laddie.-  Paine's Celery Compound  Will   Restore   Lost   Energy and  Give   You   That   Vim,' Snap   ���������  , and  Strength That You  Should  Possess in  Springtime.  If you wake up in the morning  feeling1 tiled <iud iniM'i-iilile, h*t 'us  assure you tli.il, milurc is w.lining you  nf danger.-: you h.ive eoniiiieni-i'd to  d i-i It on the recks anil shoiil** of di-e.i.-e.  Overwork," 'worry, liai-.-iM-iiig eai i"*,or  it, ui.iy be i-xco-jm'S, iu*" pi-nducing their  dire eil'eets, Vour ni'i-ve-. feel tlietshock  =aiid strain , lii-.-l. M Von should th.ink  Heaven that you have nei ves'to warn  yoi. of approaebing danger*.    '  Thoiw.inds in tbe gloiioiia spiini;-  time who rise up eiiib inin-nini; tired,  wearied nnd ini-crabb*, si,uul in need  of Hiiiiii-'n Oi'lei-y Compound, tin- in.u-  velloiis inedicne thnt I lees the body  from aeid bliiiiil and inoi bid w.iste material. Paine':. 'Celery Coin pound at  the-t.iiuu time sti enghlen-i the three  great organs, tbe * stomach, tbe liver  nnd kidneys., When ibis good work is  iii-couipiisbed, the neryi- ' fibres me  made strong and vigoior.s and the  whole system i einfoic-ed.  A lew bottles of [Paine's. Celery Coin-  pound,,used this month will -save you  much iSiili'i'i-ing- and anxiety 'later on.  The result- givi-n by - P,..int*'- Celery  Compound are assuring and happy.  S'oin* lewaul will be ,i pi*ifei-L, and unhampered action of a clear and healthful brain and .nervous system, ,pu.e  blood'will course I hi'iiugh I he body,you  will have sweet and lefiesbing sleep  and permanent good health'.' '   ���������  SELKIRK LODGE.  .1. OUTHETT, X. G.  NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meul-ovciy Tuesday  ovt'iiiiiK in Selkirk  Hiill at S o'clock.  VisitiiiK lii-ctlircn cordially invited to ut-  tend.  J. JIATIIIK. Six.  HENRY'S NUHSBSIES  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Greenhouse and ,Hardy 'Plants  Roses, Rhododendrons, etc. ,  Tons of Home Grown" and Imported  ' Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  for ypi-inp; Plant'nifr.  lorlJ.ilK Weddings  (Jhureh Deeoiations  Funeral Deriirns.  AG KIC U LTURAI, I Al PIAiil liNTS,  Blili SUPPLIES, ",  riUJlT IJASKI5TS,  ��������� F13RTILIZRRS  Catalogue Kiee.      En-teiii Prices or he-s.  9000  ������M.'d. HENRY,  Wc&tiniiibtcr  Koad,  Vnncouv.oi  ,   Wiin io Laiiok Ox'i.y.  CAMBORNE.  .-��������� From our own I'orrOi-iKiiidciir.  ' J'"rcd. Prascr, gold 'commissioner, K.  A. Upper, chief license inspector for  the district-, and Fred. C. Elliott, barrister, Trout-Lake, came in Thursday.  ,. The Calumet and ,B. C. arc erecting  a shed on their millsitc to place tbe  machinery as it arrives. .The maiiagc-  mont, we understand, are using evciy  eflort to get' it in before the snow-  roads break up. It is to be hoped it  will iirrivc and its .erection be commenced as soon as the snow permits.  The old saw say?, " When March  comes in Tike a lion it goes out like a  lamb." Thccoiiiing in part has'been  forcibly verified by the worst wind and  snow-storm w'e.'ve had for, the winter.  It is seldom in the J.aideau we sec  snow drift*., and only icqiiirevto shovel  snow after the ordinary. storm, which  - is not too frequent,.but'the past 2-i  hours leveled everything, milking locomotion most dillicult. But wc still  feel sanguine we shall have an early  spiing.    -"  Wc intimated last week that quartz  stringers carrying gold \nines were  encountered in the deep tunnel on the  Goldfinch mine, the propel ty of the  Korthwcstern Development Syndicate,  limited, Goldfie'lds. This is verified,  and it is. further reported the main  veintbas been intersected and is 16 ft.  wide, the g-.uiguo being quartz, with  visible ftecgold in evidence.throughout  it. Ofiicially this is not confirmed, as  the management are most reticent regal ding their development and values,  but J have every reason to believe good  values aie encountered. -The tunnel,  lit the point of intersecting the vein,  has a vortical depth of 100 ft. and is  near the upper end of the aerial tramway which will���������be. connected with it  by the car tiaek running into the  mine.* Two'hundred feet north-west  .of this tunnel.another tunnel is being  run to tap ��������� the vein, which, at the  point ol inteiscetion, will have- a  vertical depth of (JO ft; These two  points will, as speedily as possiblo.be  connected and Ihe whole of the rook  delivered to I ho tramway by the  deeper tunnel which .should men n  economy and good ventilation.  M.-r.-cii I lib.  MALAKWA.  Disastrous Fire at Horn: of Stephen  Loftus.  l-'iiim dm (lun Ciiiii'spniiili-nt,  Wo had a disastrous lire iu our  midst liiM, Monday niurniiig. The  dwelling house, with all contents, of  Stephen LoTtus was burnt lo the  gioiind. ll appears Ilie old folks had  jusl left lo go ueioss   the   I nick to the  J)r". JBrctt was in town this week. '_  11. Campbell was'jn town for a few  days.    '   i        i ' . >,r  T. Alott came back .from the coast  Friday. -     ��������� ; '' '        ' "      ''  Afrs. ^.'McDonald is"very sick with  lngrippc. - '   ,j    ���������  Miss' Gertie  JJookhout   is  back   to  Field again.' >   '   ''     ,  ,    <,   '  *   Field.was visited by one  of  its bliz:  ziirds again lust week.        -.,'   ,      ���������   <  The Fire Brigade' a ncl Hockey ball  is the next dance in sight.-  'Miss McDonald,,'of the Monarch  Hotel, came up' from Calgarv on Friday- ,. l : .,  ' J)r. AJcAbcc came rup from Golden  last week and'is staying for a few days  before going cast.       '���������    ''  Misses Liilii'Coiiiio'rs, lliulon,' JJookhout, 'and D. Bowes came up from  Golden Friday to.attcudthe masquerade bull.     .       -i  Messrs."Hnlidiy & I'ringle are keeping their dining room1 open day and  night for .the''accommodation of the  railroad men'.       . =���������r  , Andy Murray had the misfortune to  have -his-residence lowered to the  ground last week by the exploding'of  a lamp. Mr. Murray .' had a narrow  escape, just getting out. llis clothing  and contents of house were lost."  Washing With Soap or Exposure  to.-'Sunlight Cannot".Fade "���������-  Diamond 'Dye Colors. ���������  Diamond I)jv colors, aie absolutely,  f.-it-t and ufifa.diiig.fs Wiii-hing" with  ntiong snap in . exposure, in .sunlight  cannot start or fade l he?e In illi.uTt and  iinp/'i-isb.ible culms. Xo other dyes  iu tlie woild have such' ;fn et-tablished  i-epution for strength, purity and  lieauty of color.-, Diamond Dyes are  the uiust'ucnnomiiMl.igi'nis.ior coloring;  one package will color as much  mateiial as three packages' oi any  other br.-fnd, of 'dyes. Send < yr'iur  addresi on a Postal Card and The  Wi-lls'ifc Richiii-dson Co., Limited, 20IJ  Mountain St.', Montr'-al, P. Q., will'  send you'free' of cost, new book en  home dyeing, samples, of 'dyed cloth  and the" newest designs for Hooked  Mats and lings. ,���������.'-,,���������  any  anion nt of  Spiles   near the  " tbe 'purpose of  NAKUSP.  From our own Correspondent.  D. StDinnis returned from Kobson  yesterdiiy to attend the dance.  Our spring  is  very   backwaul   this  year there still  being  snow. i.  P. Crick is driving  ways in ship yard for  tying barges.  ' The dredge left'yesterday for down  the lake where. 1 understand they  commence work.  ,    _  Mr. and Mrs. McNaught. of Halcyon  Springs, came 'to town ycsteiday to  attend the dance.'  The dance given by tl e ladies last  night in Dchind House-was well at-  tended-and all enjoyed themselves.  Our hunters who went out some  tinic ago were not very successful,  only, having secured two marten.  Flying squirrels and rabbits  their traps most of the time.  March IS.  EGGS FOR'HATCHING  Jas. I. Woodrow,  .,   BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer Ii-iss^^^b^^-   ���������    *  0\- BEEF,: PORK,  mutton; Etc..  "Fish, and Game in Season.   -  '   ' All older*, promptly flllutl. -  REVELSTOKE,'  B.   CI'/  nndKine streets  A ���������UP> OF  arts a natural,glow of warmth  he&slth,   without   which,   the  always   an  easy   prey   to  and influenza, which   are  ystem   is  chills  ictercd in moments of weakness and  e   fatigue.'' Bovril- is, not, metc-  a stimulant, but' a highly nourishing   food,   containing   all. the  strengthening,   properties   of   beef  a most convenient" and   appetizing   form.      It  can   be  prepared in   a   moment.  Add a little boiling ���������water,  and  it is rezidy for use.  OA.ii Mi������M������awii������.Mlunianwi.   sjr-pi-j-ir:  CRAZINC REGULATIONS  For Manitoba, the   Northwest  Territories and the Railway Belt in,  British Columbia.  l.i.i-i-for trra^iiiff piireo-cs nr-'U-ne-1 for n  leun of twenty-one .MSir.-i find llic rental is ul  the r.-ilcii! i������o lent, .in nc-rc ptr tuiiium, pay-  ulili* ti.ilf \(,i.'!s In inhiiiKe. ,  I-imI- iui.li.ili-il in a ������������t.Ki"i(,* Ii-.ii.-e limy lie  ������it!.i-|r<iwn' fur liOine-l'-ii'l i-tiliy, ~nlo or rail-  mii> puri'i's-.s. Inn no'ii-imi! is eliortreil on such  l.iiiils fiom tin' il.iti- u(iun wlilcli llieynre with*  ili.l'wn frwin ih(--li.(i-i.. ,   .  A It^-tviif (.-r.i'/inii Inml- i- net entllli-il io the  lm.\ tlii'ieon. lint lie nui>. <u>on upiillcnlion to  tin- .lpi'iuV.f I >i,minion l^iinl", olituin l-neh y&ir  llu* Ii.r-1 J.i mil'. V ''lit nn til- Ir/iselmlil vi lml-  e\er ciiiuiitity nf l-.iiy In* limy require forhi-  0������t) n-i-. free nf (liiu-. the i^eli.ii'tliienl n-ervln*,'  ilio ri-*lil lo i���������m- penult.-, to utln r upi'llc'int.-.  .\i)|illcii;.oii- fer i:i.i);iiii; lca-cs i-lionlii he  muile lo ilie .-iei-rctiiry.'lieliiirtini'iu Of the In  ,tcrior, O'.tawu.  ~~ 1'. 0. KKYl-X  5ecretar>. Depart incut of the Interior.  E.B. EDDY'S  In-licr''  o  i. .s.  TABLE.  or X. !?.'��������� li Lankan.' '  ^:  "KING .EDWARD" 1000=..  " "ilEADLlGHT,". jOOi-.  "UaCILK,"100s.-iiiil 200������.  "VICTORIA,"  '   '    ,  *  '    '���������LIT.TIJi; COAIIiT."    * ,     '  it        ��������� '  FOR  SALE   EVERYWHERE.  '  Are the^best that can be bought. ��������� ��������� '  Don't experiment'with other and inferior'brands.'  /"���������'."tTSIE'IEroiD^'S*   ���������'... ���������-.  Halcyon Hot Springs  .' ^Sanitarium.  T  Friiiii Puri'lii-cil Oolilpii Bull',      i  OrpniKtons'   .'     ".   .   ..������3.00 for 13  Fiiim Piiri-liii'd Cinltlmi Bull'  ...   Leghiji'iis ' $2 50 loi VA  Only .i fi'iv Cockc'iuU left.      '    -     j  .  100 Vug iiiculnilor .-uul ^liroock'i- for  p.-iIg (.lii'.ip���������iiiiiiii.1 liy tGi'o. II St.ilil.  Qiiinry,  IM. r~        ' <  A      .. '",'   S.  L   SMITH,  i ri-'t'iiticLon,- Ji. (J.  Fff{//rjTfr'������~������S  \FOfi/-fAr.ffSr & PRIVATE GROWS/fSl  J OiR/MMfNTAL r/?ffS, SHRffBS. ������TC%  ���������   *��������������������������� CATALOCUCS POST ffffE. , K.  C./l.f(MCffT,K      .    .  _ f-  I WrOlM/ENU/?SC/?Y, V/CTOMA.BCM  ���������\\\\i MEDICAL WATKRS of lfnl-  cyon aie llnWiiost, curntivu in the  wdi-lcl. A perfiitl, n.it tit ill remedy for  .ill Ni'iviius mill jNIusciilcir diseases  Liver, Kidney nnd .Sloniui-li, ���������lilini-nl.s  iinil iMet.illic- Pnisnniiifj;. 'A,sure cure  for "Tlml/' Tired l^eelinp-." ��������� .Specinl  r.iles on nil bouts and triuns. Two  innils mi rive nnd depniL every diiy.  Telegi-.ijili, c-oiiiniunic'i'itio.n wilh ' all  'purls nl' ihe world. An experienced  iiniSb.-iiiHrei-. , , <     '  ' ���������".' '  Halcyon Hoi'Springs  Arroiv Laf^e, 3, C.  <KK><>O-<K><><KK><H><><><>0-0-  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop,   i  X-ioiiipl delivery of pnrecls, li.igjgnjjo,  elc ,* to, an}- part of,'the Cit-y. ���������   '   ������������������'  "Any .Kind of Transferring ,  Undertaken.   ; ���������    ;  All orders ' loft ,nt R./.M. SSinv lliu's  Tobacco Stoic, oi-liy Telephone, No. 7  will reccivo prompt'iiltrntion.  tilled  BEAVERM0UTH.  From our own corroMioiiflci.t.  V. Aiulcisoii ������iis hi town lust week.  .1. Cosford 1ms lcturncd' from Notch  Hill.  I'.   Ciiirp-Je.il   hns     ictiinicd   from  'Jin n ir.  Miss Person hns gone o-i n virit. to  Rcvelstoke.-  .Inmi's 1 louden piuil ii Hying visit to  Dunn Id ln������l. week.    *  .Misses Sndio mid M.iy McCnllum  spent ;i week in l-'icld  '''op. K'etiL was iu town Inst week  \initin.i: old nciilliliiitiiiiie.-.  Mr. I.nue nnd liiothei spent n few  d.iys with thoir lirolher here.  COMING.  Audiew Mcl'liee'.-tlieiitrienl conibiii-  ���������sit um performed in .Veep.iwn on Siitui'  day nnd Monilny in iippreeiiii ive iiiuii-  ences.    Tl-ey put on good sliow.-.   The  company comprises capable iieturs anil  DO YOU WANT $65  ,  PER MONTH WITH   -  QUICK ADVANCE?      -  "  If so li'.-n ii telegraphy.  The (J.-P. It. engaged another.Pit-  .-   nian'--' College   graduate  aL Jj!05  pi-r month.  Good operators in demand.  College specially fitted willi inslru-  uieiil-*. i  Begin at once.    Constant,-pracl ice.  Fees���������Monthly.  Pitman's Business College.  'Oppusiti' Hotel Vancouvei-.   '  Wing Chung's' newly imported stock of Chinese  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke -of  useful and" , ornamental  articles:  d. LAUGHTON,  Proprietor, '  " ,       REVELSTOKE,*B. <X ;  ,    This hotel is now open for the  accommodation of  the travellm*.  pulilic   It is Lite most, conveniently situated hotel in the city, being  - nl. the corner of Fiist Street and OoniiaughL Avenue, in thn lieait of  tin: business portion of the city, convenient lo.railway station and  poftt'iiflico.'    A ~ '*"     o ,  '   First Class Accommodation and Tabic. ,      ,'  ' & ��������� J .     Best Brands of Wines, Liauors  and  Cigars.  ]tii!iiiii-s* between Arrowlieiul, Tlionif-on'r  Lnniliiiirnnil C'omiii|iII\. (oinmrnclnir Oct. lllh,  lWl. will -.ii! u> follow- (wi-utlii;!- iiurnlitlliiKl:  I.p.im.. Anowln-.'iil' fr.r Tlmni-on'- tjindhiR  nnd Cumntiliv iwiceilivily nl H,)k. unit 15k.  l.(.������ve Cniniiili*< anil I'lioni-onV lainriing for  Airov.-hcntl twice rinilj- nl 7.15k. tvnil 12.15k.  M.ikiiij; cIo-l- connuclioi.f, wilh lilt C. I', II.  train- nnd bo.U-.     t       <       '   '  Tl-.c oi\ tier* reserve the rij*hl lo cIiivukc Lltitct-  of.-Milinu- willioul nolicc. . ,  TIIK KUK1J I1OHINS0N l.t:.MHKIt CO. l.'TI).  V. llOHINiJUN,  t  ,, " MIuiiikIiir Illrcctor, ,  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  ��������� i' ���������    '  ��������� '      Royal Mall Lines.  ,   Cheapest Routo to tho Old Country,  ALLAN I.INK-Kromrit. .'ohll.  Prctn'rinn    : .' i... Kcl. SSJ  Niniiiilinn    '. , .<  .,. ...March 7  l'nri-i.in '     .,,..,'.Mrut'li II '  kiniiui.     ' , ,j, .Murclr.'l  Coriiitlilnii..,.: ,r  Mnicli t!S  ,'     DO.MIN'lU.V.l.IN'l^-l-'i-um llo-ton.  Jlcrlon  '' ...,..,..   .'.'..��������� l-'eb. 21  '    '-   JJKAVKIC i.l.VC��������� KromSl. .lolin.  Ijikc ('liuiii|iliiin  ,.-,.,,. ...t-'uti. 27  i jiitt. niitnt'in! Alnrch .  Ijikc Oiitiino!..  . Ill  REVELSTOKE, B.: C.  '    . "    ' ABRAHAMSONIBROS���������-.PROPRIETORS.' ���������     "  Ncwlyu built.'   -First-class in'every respect:    VA1,1 modern convenience?.  A -i-'V --,-���������/' ''-Large Sample Rooms. ,"_',.     ", '��������� '  ,       Rates $1.50 per Day A ,    ^    Special Weekly Rates. . ..  Queen's .Hotel, Trout .Lake,' under, same .nitina^cniciu.  iimuiii ������������������.������������������������������������������ r.ii -mii"~ ur- ������������������->-"������������������������������������������'������������������������.  o?A ."���������**: .-���������,.----.-.-���������-���������*   -  'J'cn ^ci-vico*- -  Pl.Ui's  ll.isl.-ul-.  Canu Chairs  Hiinil kerchief.*.  I'lowcr I'oK  Umbrella Stnnila  Jjiinch H.iskclo  Siiiukini; .l.iel.-et-,  Silk GooiK  GOLD FISH  l'inc>lblock of unnrliua and fruit in town.  Front Street,  Revelstoke  UNION  ..CIGAR FACTOR  BRANDS--  "Our Special" & "The Union.  H. A. BROWN  PROP.   .  vpi���������K|RBIiRN^  SHIR YOUR-  iiiiUjiitf  SENECA AND DEERSKINS  ���������"���������"������������������V;s?'r:<^tte--'#<������#4^^^^:v^^  MINNEAPOLIS, Jj MINN.  REVELSTOKE,  B. .G  L-JA   I    tlM   I   O     and Copvnglils  I olilnincd in nil cutinlries.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent  Attorney  Meulhiliic.U     l'ln^iiiecr     iiml      IIi'.iiikIiI-.iiiiiii,  lliuik   of  II. N'. A. ISnililliiKs. UnsliiiH- HIhtI  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A   jiiisti-.u-il   will .sui'ini! iiii i'VuiiIiik ii|i|iniiil  inenl fur lliosu who Liinnolcall miriiiK lliuiliiy  ($)  ($)  (*)  ($)  HOTEL   LARDE  COMAPLIX i=^  The Best House in Town.  ���������������--  i*>  (*)  ($)  t9n  Well Furnished  Good Table rf������  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS IceptJn Stock.  W. HAMILTON; Proprietor.  i   ������  'rti  ^r^f^(^(^(^^r^f^^f^^f^t^r^^f^^(^^^r^(^r^^i^f^r^;^^  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished wiih  the choicest the market  .     affords.       Best   Wines,   Liquors,  & Cigars.  Rates $t a day.     Monthly rate.  Lake Krlu   .,;...! .March ���������.ti  ' WIIITJ-: STAIt J.IXK-Krom Ni-w York.   ���������  Ceitric '. '. ...'.... Keb. 2.1,  Celtic.... , , , .., ...March!  Oceanic' ���������-...: , ..i.Mnrch 11  Gernianie... ..-....'. '.............,.,.. Mnrch IS  Cedric ��������� .t ". :. March 25  PaN-ciiKer.-ticketed lhroii|;li lo all parts of,  GrcnlHrii'iiii ami Ireland, and at -iiccfnllr low  rale-, io all p.iru- of  the European continent.  Applv io lleare^l railway or .-leuiii.-lilp agent,or  10 "- , -,     , a     '..   " * ,  T.  W. BRADSHAW,   Agent.   Rovolatolco.  W. P. F.' CUMMINCS, Paclflo Affont.     ,  WRAPPING, PAPER, AND  '���������     ���������'' PAPER BAGSA'< ,,  i The Kooteiiny >rail has l;eeii  appointed iigent, for one of  the hirires't Canadinn Paper  Mill?. "A ��������� , .'.-��������� '  Wrapping pnpers in rolls or  flat, (anil paper bags of all  weights and .-izes' supplied to'  order primed or imprinted.-  Kootenay' Mail;' Revelstoke.  DosSi.Your Food Distress .You ?  J.      ALBEET      STOITE.  PEOl  One Block from CP R Depot  and Stcamlioat Wliarvos  Ro furnlsliod and R^.aijdolsd  Rates $1.50 to $2 per day  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor,       ' - Vancouver,  Are you-nervous? -  ,    v" '    v  Do you fuel older than you used.lo?  Is your appi'L'.U* poor? ,    * "  Is voui-  Lunelle  coiiLed  willi  n slimy,  yellowish fm?  Do you huve ili-/.-/.v,'spelU?  Have yon a had taste in ihe iiio.ith?  Does your  food 'come up afler ealinp;  with a >our tasle?  I lave you .-l seiis-iilion of fiillne.--s nftet1-  ealing?  Do you hiive'henrLburn? ,  Do you lielc-h gas or wind?  Do you have i*xci*ssive lliirs.t? '  Do vou notice  black specks before Lhe  Vyc*? "   ���������  Do you have pain oi oppiession ai-ound  "the he.irl? '  Does your heai I palpil.ito  or bent irregularly?  Do you have unplen?anl dreams?  Are you cnnsti|i.ued? -  Do your limb;- tremble or vibrate?,  Are yiV.i le.-lles'- at, night?  X A JI E..'   Age  Occupation. J   .Street number   Town   ! State   li you have any or all of the above  symptoms you probablv have Dyspepsia. Fill in tin; -thrive blank, bend to  us nnd we will innil vou a free trial of  PEPSI KOLA TABLKTS���������unquestion--  ably tile suie-t and MifesL I>y**pi*psi,i  eiirc-known���������together wilh oui little  bock���������"Advice to D\-speptics.'' Kegu-  laa^ize Pep.-ikiil,! TalileU'-. 2o cents, by  mail, or of yom diuggi--t. t  ACENTS WANTED.  THE LAXAKOLA COMPANY,  -1 j Vksev Sth'iskt XKW 'YORK  E.  C.  iMBfflDl  Standard remed) for Gleet,  Gonorrhma and Runnings   I uinv I  IN 48 HOURS.    Cures Kid- V"lu' I  ne) and Bladder Troubles.  Just Remodelled and Refurnished  with all Modsrn Conveniences,     j ^^Oook's Cottoa Eoot Compound  WRITE FdR CIRCULARS  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought   .  Cash Prices Paid  F.   B.  Exporter of Furs.  A'oon/s in. Snilcs, wilh Bat lis and   'Foilets attached, flowing llo/]  and Cold Water, Inside Toilets on each Jloor. (ias Lighted and'.  Steam Healed Throughout.  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,,      ���������        GOLDEN, B..C.  -r, Is succosslullr used monthly by over  jrlO.OOOLndle.-. S.ife.efTectunl. Ladles ask  r~ *<^ your drucijlst for Cook-a Cotton Root Coo-  pound. Take no other, as all Mixtures, pills and  Imitations arc dangerous. I'rlci>, No. 1, %\ per  box: >o. 2, io decrees sironr;or,J3 per bor. No.  1 or 2, mailed on receipt of price and two 8-cent  stamps. Tho Cook Cninp.itir Windsor,Onl.  fWNoR. l nnd 2 sold nnd recommended by all  responsible Druggists lu Canada.  No. I nml No.'.' an- -old at I roiil bike by V.  T. A bey. mid at HcwMnki-Ijt \V. lien-. .1. A.  MilUr .V: I'o. and I'.ui.ul.i Drut; i: Hook Co.  I)riii.'Ki-t-.  PhospTicdine,  COMAPLIX  H. YOUNG,  Proprietor.  licsi IjimihIs ol  Tnivdlcrs  io  iiL this HoLcl.  \\  II1CS,    LKJ  ish Creek  HOI'S  will  IllKl  I ind  Cigars.  c^cellcni  accommodation  Tlit Grent l'.nqlith Remedy.  Sold nnd recommended by all  ~!) drucclRis in Canada. Only rell-  "' able medici'ie d!������covc:ed. Six  wcltaijcs (f'Jtranteett to cure all  Woakncs*. all eflrct-i of aboso  or excess. Mental Worrv. ITicosslve use of Tobacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, one package JI. six, ?o. One will Jileasc.  lUlciUcurc. 1'amphiets free to any address.  Ttio Wood CoiujJany, Windsor, Oatr  Worm's l'lirci'iiomxi: i- s-olil in Hcid-inkc  by C'.iii.ul.i 1 truss \- Ilo������'k l'o...l A. Miller .t Co.  nnd \\. Ik'^-aii't by Frank IT. Abev al Trout.  Lake, UrngLUu. THE KOOTENAY! MAIL.  MUSIC ���������i  Big assortment'opened.  Also 'Instruction for  every Instrument. Call  and see 'them.  All the latest-Songs  CANADA DRUG  AND BOOK G0.um.ted  REVELSTOKE.  ,~    ~      BORN., ,  Moras���������On March 21st. nt Revelstoke,  tlie wile,of I'. Monin of a son   (postal   lninioii!*.)   ,*���������  ,    MARRIED.-   '  Fraskii-Stei'He.vson'���������At tlie resilience  of E. Bongard, Rcvelstoke, on  Mnrcli IStli, liy.Rev. C. Laduer,  John Fraser to Catlierinc Theresa  ,      StCpllCIlsOll.  ���������   DIED.     '  RoiiKins���������At JKevcIatoke,  on   Murc'li  ���������    l/tli-y-Albert.   youngest   cliik!  of.  -    Mr. and  Mrs. T. D. Roberts, nged'  2 vears "2 niontlis. <    .    ���������*  LOCAL & GENERAL  ,   Mnnitoba.coiirts hokLjC^F. R. lands  cannot be t-ixTd.   "     "~  The Japanese government vvill stop  em ignition to British Columbia.  ,  ,    It is reported that   Caley Bros, propose, electing  n large hotel at J\rrovv-  liead. , ',,  Lewis Bros, have nrrnnged ,thc sale  oi Dr. Ciirnitliei's's residence,dn Second  street to \\". Bews.  Sir<\Vilfral Liuirier has given notice  ot bill to increase poll-tax on Chinese  from -f 100 to $500.        '   "  The smallpox ''quarantine 'closed  Monday and W. Green nnd his muse,  <P. Murphy! were released. '  R. Caley was otVered $17,000 for the  Citv hotel last-week, but refused to  ���������self for less than $20,000:.  On Thursday ' the .l'esidcncc of Mr.  Blackberg on Second street was quarantined owing to scarlet fever.  W.A.McCallmii has sold his hoiiscon  First street to J. A. Ringer, and bus  gone to Salmon   Aim   to  start rancli-  Mr. and Mrs. ilammel, of Coinaplix,  Jost a son and' daughter last week by  scarlet fever. Much sympathy is felt  with them.  > Messis. Cowan. LeMaistie. Scott  and others 'have formed a syndicate  which has secured a large tract of timber on Duncan river. <-  ��������� The' Dominion estimates include  Columbia river above Revchtoke. ifC.-  000: above Golden, $3,01)0; belowUol-  den, $5,000;,Duncan liver $2,000.  Tlie school trustees have leeched  numerous endorsements from othei  boards of their proposal to have the  school books for the piovincc punted  and published at the go\eminent  printing orticc, Victoiia. *  The school attendance has fallen oft'  owing to presence of la giippc among  the children. Yesteiday Miss Robinson's room was quarantined for scarlet  fever, and it,is probable the school will  be closed for a time owing to the  epidemic.  'Madame Dolores, one of the world's  sweetest songsters, had intended giving an entertainment on her return  from Australia, but the management  now announce that as sufficient guarantee cannot be, obtained they must  cut Revelstoke out.  J. E.I.ong.oi the Kootenay Brewery  has imported from Oregon three,  Angora goats with a view to seeing  how they will do in Revelstoke. if  successful he intends keeping a Hock.  The hair of the Angora goat is much  more valuable than wool.  Last year the Dominion government  spent $1,003 in improving tlie Columbia river for navigation above Golden.  $13,058 was spent in improvements on  Arrow lakes, and $1,!10S on Duncan  -river. The mattrass protection work  at Carilioo on Arrow lake was extended norlliwaid L027 ft.  The house belonging to J. Minettod  an Italian residing on the Arrowhead,  , line south of the city, was destroyed  by fire on Monday. Mrs. Minetto was  washing when she discovered the  flaini's and with ditliculty rescued the  children. The family lost all they  po*-*-e;Hd nnd we have been reriiic-tiil  to receive .-ubscripiicms for them.  On Monday the residence on Fourth  street of T. 1). Roberts, locomotive  foieinnn at C. 1*. ll. shop.-, wa- (���������'uaran-  tine'd, owing to the youngc.-t child,  Albeit, being attacked by scarlei fever.  'J'he type proved virulent, the child,  nged 20 months, expiring Tuc-diiy and  being buried Wednc.-dny. Another  child is ill. Mr. and Mr.-. Roberts only  recently ariived from Montreal and  much sympathy i.-' felt for them in  their ������ad l.eieiiveinent.  ''. J. Dtiiismuii-'hii.s climbed down on  his "threat   to   close   the   Extension  1' mines if his men "join the'Western  Federation of Miners and .now wants  ilitleri'iiccs: with his men arbitrated-by  Chief Justice Hunter. .. ���������-  USE^zz^^.  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The'Best in the World.  Mail us lo Royal Crown Soap  Wrappers, and in return  we  '   will'inail a beautiful  Picture  size 16x20 ; or for 25 Wrappers  your choice of over 100 books.  '      Drop us a  post card asking  for a catalogue of premiums    ,  to'bo had  FREE  for  Royal'  , Crown Sonj), Wrappers.  Address       < '  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. Limited.  BUSINESS LOCALS.  R.'H. True-man. it Co.'s" studio is  open daily.   '  For lii-st*cln-*s millinery try Reid <fc"  Young's. , i '  R. S. Wilson's spring' 'stock of suit-'  ings has arrived. ��������� , n~  Sec C. 15. Hume it Co's. ad. on 4th  page of this issue. .   '  You -can save   money by 'insuring  vyitlrH. X. Coursicr.  ,, Go to, A.-E. Fountain   A   Co., Field,  for all k'inds' of drugs and sundries.  Mouth organs,' every key and all  prices .at Canada Drug it Book Co.  Just in, a large stock of  wall paper,  newest designs.���������C. B. Hume it Co.  ' Moses 15. ,McCollom,'ol*  Coinaplix,  has assigned t'o  Cnpt. Davcy, of'Camborne.  All the latest Paris and Xevv York  designs in lints" at Reid -.v Young's  niillineiy pailois.      , ' .  Travellers visiting Kevelsloke ,will_  find the best acconiadation at. the  Central Hotel, Abrahainson Bios. ,o  All the latest Books always on site  at'Canada Drug it Book Co's. , Ke-  mcmbei- the name.  Visitors lo, Camborne should take  A. Craig's stage from Beaton. - Quickest route, best sen-ice.1' a (  " All that is 'latest and best in go  carts. We don't keep ��������� old-fashioned  perambulators.���������Revelstoke Furnituic  Co.    '^              ^          '   ,  ' '  For line writing paper, imported  from Glasgow direct, all shades, call at  Canada. Drug it I3ook Co's., Revelstoke  B.'C. o  Reserve your calendar orders for  .901 till t'he representative of .the  Ivooteiniv Mail calls to show you bur  samples., p.  When vou coinc to Revelstoke hail  the Central Hotel bus ,to take you to  n good hotel. Abrnhamson Bros  l'i oils.  ' When you ,want to get to Caniboi no  in speed and'comfort, hole out for 'A.  Craig's, stage line whcni-Ianding at  Benton.      '   . '  Finest-line of spring suitings yet  received, including tweeds, fancy  worsted-*., select line oi pan tings at R.  si. Wilson's.  . ������\ "  '' Trv ' Long's Cliiinip.iniic Ale,  and "Dublin Stout, brewed nt 'the  ICootcuay Breweiy. Older.**, addressed  to P. fa. Box 2-Ci will be delivered free.  Linen!��������� Extra value in [all linen  damask'with napkins to match. Tabic  linen from 50c, (15., 75.. $1.00: $1.25.  Nankins $1,00; $1 25. $1.50, $2.00 and  $3.00 lier do/., at Reid it Young'--.  Mc.=.-is. McHouse and Pevorc have  elected ni their barber shop a handsome advertising panelled frame the  printing for which was executed at  the olliee of the ICootiisav Mail.  ,1. 13. Smith.it Co., of Xevv'Denver,  have not allowed the fiic to interfeie  with their business, but have .continued right along iu the face of their  beavy loss, and arc getting in a full  stock of new goods.  Just to hand, a consignment of new  diess goods, the vcty latest nnd newest  goods to be had. You should -ec  these pietty goods before choosing  your new dress���������Reid it Young.  R. Howson it Co. have extended  their furniture warehouse by taking in  the large building on the north =ide,  ind have opened up a splendid stock  ot carpets, linoleums; rugs, toilet ware,  and general house furnishings.      t  - '  Oriental Rugs.���������In these beautiful  neutral cnlois you get more style and  better service than from any rug* on  the market. 2x t ft. at !)0c. 3xl> at  $1.00. (5x0 at $3.00, OxiOi at $5 00 at  Reid it Young'.-.  R Saiiuon notifies he has started a  permanent vvoodyard on Third Street,  and is prepared to supply mill or cord-  wood in required length-. He h.is between 000 and 700 cmi!.- now in -took,  and ufVeis   reduced   pi iei.-    for    ca-h.  The London Mutual and Ottawa  insurance companies, represented here  by H. X. Coui-icr, .ind which have  crcatly reduced the cost of insurance,  show "the extraordinary increase in  bu-iiie.��������� of over fifty pl*r cent for 1.102  mo-.lly in roinnii'i-ci.il ri-ks.  W. R. Reid, of Rird and Young  report.- bliving made ptirchn-e- vvhr-n  East of the best and up to d.iti- j-tock  The firm arc now opening out a  magnificent stock of millinery, tbii  department being in .charge of Mi'-s  Riddcil, whocoiiK- highly rrooiiiirien-  ded from Toledo, Ohio. That, Mis-  Riddell i- a lady of sperinl ability  in her depart mint i-i evident from  the fact that she took lir-t pri/'- in  a competition in Chicago for diploma  a-de-igiier of Indie" iiat.s. Mi���������i-.  Reid and Young will make a '���������pie-i.il  millinery di-plny at Fa-tor.  Social and Personal  JKD. Sibbald left for the coast Sunday.  W. R. Reid returned from the east  Sunday.  H. .1. Bourne returned Monday from  Xevv Denver.  > Miss Jean On-  was laid   up with la  grippo this week.  W. A. Morris returned Monday from  a visit to Ducks.  Prof. Hepburn has, decided on giving  a ball on Easter Monday.  Miss Riddell', milliner for Reid &  Young, has arrived from the cast.  Jack Purvis, who was with' the All-  Canadian football team returned last  week. f   -  Mrs. J.J. Foley, of Arrowhead, was  on a visit to Mrs. F. .McCarty this  week.  L. A. Fietz will move into the large  house formerly occupied by Mrs.  Bolton. ���������  ���������  W.J.Dickey, who has beciiAonlined  to bis house "with la grippe, was out  Tuesday.  ' W. M. Lawrence had recovered sufficiently from his recent illness to attend to business on Monday!  Mrs. W. 'C. Caldcr,' who has been  confined to her house for some time  by illness, was able to be about again  this week. ' '  M. A .Wilson has been successful in  passing'his examination in the Jolin  ./'. Mitchell cutting' school, Xevv York,  and will return to Revelstoke fiist  week in April.  Chief Bain has been advised that  the Thomas Raird who was burned to  death' in a hotel fire in the Yukon was  a cousin of his and used to live in  Rcvelstoke,'where he worked as tinsmith for W. M. Lawrence. Mr. Uain  has aiso received advices of the death  of another cousin, Dr. Munro,' who  'dropped dead at Perth, Out., while  sitting in a chair leading.  'Dr. C.irrutliers has .determined to  give un pincticc here and leturn to  England, .following Mrs. Cai rutlicrs  .is'scon as he completes his business  arrangements. " The jicvvs will be  received by ,.their many friends with  regret. ��������� Both the doctor nnd Mrs.  Ciii-rutbcrs (as president of the, Ladies'  Auxiliary) have done much for the  hospital Irom its inception, and have  generally taken an active part in the  social Fie of the city.  'On Wcdnesdiiy'inorniiig, at the residence of E. Bongaid, J. Fraser, the  well-known bridge foreman, and Miss  Catherine Stephenson wire united in  iiiiiirnige. Rev. C. Lndner pei formed  the ceiemony. T. Oillespio-attended  Ihe bridegioo'm,an'd Miss Mary Smith,  niece of the biidc. was bridesmaid.  The bride wore a pretty trayelling-suit  of broadcloth trimmed 'with white  satin, and the bridesmaid 'was diesscd  in white silk, wilh blue trimming.  The bride w:is the recipient of scveial  handsome, pi escnts. The bridegi coin's  present to the bridc-maid was a pietty  gold locket and chain. The wedding  bicafciast was seived at Mr. Boiigards  icsidoneoiind the happy couple,left for  the east amid the good wishes of their  iiiniiv fi ieuds.  RAIL AND STEAMER  Brak'emnii R- Ciqiiharl. returned  from Winnipeg Friday and went on to  Vnneoiii'i'i where lie is engaged with  t he tr.i in men'.s committee in arranging  a new schedule with Mr. Marpole.  The train men expect to get a 15 per  cent rise in wages under  the .schedule.  The Revelstoke Navigation Com-,  puny expect to have the steamer.Revelstoke running to and from the Rig  Bend next month. '  INTERNATIONAL   CORRESPOND-  ���������    ' ENCE SCHOOLS.      "     ,  " W. H. McDoug.ill, the well-known  representative of the International  Correspondence Schools, of Scranton,  I'n., whose headquarters are at Xelson,  B. C..���������suys the demand 101 specially  trained men in the industrial pursuits  cannot be supplied, particularly is this  true of the electrical workers. He  states that the schools at Scranton,  Pa., are in constant receipt nf letters  from large industrial planU asking for  the name.- and addresses of their  graduates.  Employers of labor never before  realized "the value of the industrial  education oi their rmployees ac at the  present time. The more education a  man receive.- along ihe line of his  work the better work he will do. the  fewer mistake-: he wnl make, and the  less supervision he will lequire, besides  having a thorough knowledge of the  theory or principles as applied to hi=  woik. . i  Xo industry'in the world is experiencing -o- rapid j growth as the  electncal indu-try, .and none stands in  such imperative need of able men.  That tli:;--growth is an entirely  healthy one i-- shown by. the rapid in-  cren-e'm the number of electric lights  in every community,, ihe steady m-  c ivu-ing right of the electric motoi to  the title of univer-al machine���������drivei,  and the a.-totiishing rate at which .ill  -letn-n- of the'country aie being  threaded with electric railways.  It is not any wonder, then, that the  demand for well-trained men to fill  responsible po-itions in the electric  lighting and railwiu fields is far in  excess of the nipply.  For important po-itions high-grade  nun mu-t be employed, which i-  equivalent to -dying that only men  spoeially trained for their woik e,m  ev|,cet tu bold their positions ami to  advanec when the opportunity otVer-*  Spi realization )- the -ecret of the  woi Id's pi ogre.'--.  CHURCHES.'  put -turn.iii iv  I     The nniiii.il iiieeliiig of   the I're-liy*  l teri.iu   church   w.is    held    W((lne-d,iy  j nignt, R'-v   W    ('    C.ild'-i-   prc-iding.  The   secretary,   Mr.    .Moie,    pre-enl.ed  icports of chinch, Ladies' Aid, Willing  Workers and Sunday   -ehool   for   im-t  yeir, snmmiii ie-i   of    which    we    have  previously published, and   which weie  pronounced s.il isfnetory.   The retiring  malingers ,weie   0.   It.   McDonald, J.  McLeod,   W. (I.   Iili ney,   and   ,\le,--i,  McLeod,   W. M. I.awience    and   John  I'n liner weie elected   to   the   boaid Im  en.suing vear.  LIMITED.  Most Housekeepers will .require something nc\y in  Carpets, Curtains,  Rugs, Wall Paper, etc.  this'spring.    Come  in find let us help you.    '  We have fitted up a room on the second flonr  roi-showino-,Carpets, etc.,, '  Come in and Look Around.   (Remcmber  you arc welcome'whether* you make a purchase  or not.)    If you require anything to'be shown  to you, you will find a courteous staff- of- assist-  ' ants at your service. ���������   ��������� ���������  We "are showing a line of particularly fine  Union Woo! Squares  Just the thing for bedrooms, etc. t    ,  9' and 10-foot Squares at'$5.00, $6.00 and $7.00  , (ii i <  On the same floor you' will find the  Largest; Stock of Wall Papers  ever shown in the Kootenay District.  iime  LIMITED.  Visit Dressmaking'and Millinery Parlors, 2nd Floor  '      -AFTER FOUR YEARS."   .  Thcoiigiiuif Andrew" McPhco'b big  coiupunv. consisting of Ivvcniy-fivo  people, two spcci.il caib, ii'mngniliccnt  band and orchestra, niter n four yen is'  tour of tbe United, Stales, vvilMelui n  to Kcvclbtokc," opening u, two night-s'.  and dntiirdiiy ina'tiiiee,_ cngngcincnt,  commencing Saturday malinee at 2  p.inVtMarch, iS'; Ilie grand niiistei piece  ������������������.Little Loid Knuntleroy.'' Saturday  night, the bountiful diam.i -Only a  Fanner's. Daughtci.'.' Monday nigb't,,  Maich 30, tbe distinguished drama  " The-Two'Orphans," using all special  scenerv and inecbanical .stage ell'ccts,  elaborate vvardiobe, rich stage settings. >"o long,wait?, new,,and novel  specialties introduced" between each  act. This company is under tbe personal direction of iMr.-McL'hco. Watch  for our big free band parade. Sec  Mdlle La Tcna,-tlic, world's cbnmpion  iiidy drum major, ahead of our parade  dailv .Reserved seats now on sale at  Canada. Drug <fc Jiook Co. Prices:  evening, reserved seat' "oc", admission  50c. children 25c.,- matinee at 2 p.m.,  adults to any scat 25c. children 15c;  box seats 75c.  .Dundee ini'ne  may be "Hold by Iloyal  Hunk to cover indebtedness.  Vancouver carpenters   have secured  mi 8-hour day at -10c. an hour.  THE MINES.  Trail and Gran by smelters continue  to receive coke from Como.v.  '   The St. Eugene. Iina   380,000 tons of  oie blocked out ready to mine  A Spokane company with $1,000,-  000 cipit.U -lias' been formed to work  placer claims at Brie, ft. C.  The Western Star mine buildings  were burned down last week necessitating .-.hutting down development  vv ork. '  At the request of <i committee of the  Provincial Mining Association Premier  Prior Im.- promised to place'the sum  of $1 250 in the estimate- as a contribution towards publishing a full repoit  of the proceeding.- of the recent mining convention.  Judge Curtis, vice-president of the  Northwest Development Syndicate,  infotm-us when he left the mine the  quart/, which was j being .-ent down to  the mill fioin tire' Goldfinch claim  showed gold freely. A battery of five  ftainp- was being um and a clean-up  would be'rnadi' thi1-week.  The C.unboiiiC -Miner reports an  entirely uiicprctr-d \r-in of ore has  been encountered' while driving a  err*���������cut on the Ojstei'-Critorioii. 'J'he  new lead is four feet wide and of the  s.i'i.e character a- the other rich veins  of the group Thin i= the second  strike on this property within the l.i.-t  fortnight.  I. K. Beck, of the C'.iiumet and H.  C . i-- having :i platform and -belter  built for the temporary housing of the  -tainp-n.ili machinery to airive fur  the Eva mine. A wood toad nun  li-ht to the mill-lte on Poo! era-k, io  the company can, without e<tr-i cost,  deliver th'ir macbitiery fiom st'.un-  bu.it to It-, pcniirinuit resting plii'i*  ./. K .Mu--elman, iii-m-igci of the  Ciliiriii.t iS- Ii fl. Gold Mini-, Limit'd,  .irrivpil.it Arrowhead to -uincrinteiid  the shipment of the inachiiiery for the  stamp mill or the Kva mine from the  landing to Camborne. All the ma-  r-hinery Im*. been landed at Arrowhead  and the iiiaii.igeiiii nt lire anxious to  gel it tiansported to the min' befoie  -���������Ifighing bie.iks up.  LOCAL INDUSTRIES.  The Fred. Kobinsou Luniber Coni-  paJnv. have received the Ural,' carload of  their,new machinery,.and three other  carload i are on   the   way.    The   new  plant just arrived vvill,be placed in the  Kcvelstoke mill. The principal'part  of the, new machinery vvill be shipped  to Coinaplix which will be the company's principal ni'Hl. Anew logging  camp has beon'slaited near Comaplis-  in cluugo of Mr. Shannon, and another camp is lo be,put, in on the west  side of-the Columbia river, below  Wigwam. This camp vvill be. used lo  sii-ipb' logs for the Revelstoke mill,  ���������the logs coming in to the  mill by rail.  Another sawmill i.s to be stalled  near Rcvelstoke. The' plant 'will be  of similar capacity to that of the Kevelsloke Lumber Company's mill.  A. gentleman who has had lumbering c.\ pei ience in the Stiitesinforms  us the prices of lumber there are 25  per cent gicutcr than here.  How-land Brittain, Patent Attorney,  Vancouver, reports, F. S. Smith, of  Vancouver, received this week a U. S.  allowance on a room clasp.  ,    H. B; ST0NEX, "  MACHINIST  AND. GUNSMITH,  Opposite Ccnti-.il IIolol, nevclslokc-  Lathe and General Machine Work  Piompth   Execuled.  WOOD YARD  1 have started a permanent Wood  Yard on Third stieel. With my past  experience 1 hope to be in a position  to siili-sfy nil*-requirements of customers. Mill and coidvvood supplied in  any lengths a I reduced prices for ins.li.  K. SAMSON.      '  A Warning  , To the pai ties who are in the h.ihit  of talcing wood from my wood yaids  al night'witbout, authotily, T bee; to  warn I hem of the consequences should  J catch ihem al il.  W   Fl.KMIXO.  Moscrop  Sanitary  Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Second Street, Revelstoke*  A Well Regulated  Jewelry Store  ih ns well vvoitli n  \i-it us un nil Kul-  U-ry. Tlie .liswclei  'mil Silver Huiilli -.  Alt is one of llii.  nlili-Hl anil lliic-l: its  liiodiitllons niiidiiK  the iiiii-l i.\(|iii-.ile.  i r f- uc ii iIiiiik-. me  nol iuti>-lle they lire  f lill!o wilnc.  J. Guy Barbers  WOOD  FOR SALE  Dry Fir and Birch  Cut by machinery Lo required size.  All orders left nl.  \V. M. Lawrence's  or l.he KiiolenavMail oilii'O will receive  prompt attention.  ��������� ���������      '���������'-���������;-. W. FLBWING. "  ���������VTOTICIi: 18 HKHTSBY G1VJ5N .that the  !J\ "Siiiisliino i.iiiuU'd" lnui ceiiscil lo emry  oil biisine-i*. in Ihe J'roviiiee ot lirilu.li I'ohiin-  bin undei- Hie lieen-,0 (,'runledoii Uieijrd December, 1SII7. .  Duled llii*. 2,lrd iluy of Kelirimry, 11)03.  'S. Y. WOOTTON.  Ilegi'-tr.ir of Joint Stock C'oiiiii'.inics.  For Sale  <i  TWO Ilu-ii-lc'ncu*. on JlcICcnzie Avenue, wit  modern Improvements, ?^,."AK) eueli, on easy  terms,  TWO ]lL*<.]-lenco4 on Thhil Street etv-t, very  eonveiuent for ruilwny men, ?l,b(10 each  eahj- terins.  ONK Itesidenee on  Klrtil Street ea-,1, cash io-  (iiiiied 5jJ(K), snbjeet to morlfe'iiKo.  Apply lo ,  IIAItVKY, McCAKTKIt & 1-INKIIAM.  NOTICE.  ("VTOTICK is.'.hereby given Unit thirty days  ���������UN nfler dale 1 intend lo apply lo Ilie ironor-  ublo the Chief, 'tJommistioiiur of Land*, and  Works lorn *.peeiiil license to cut and carry  away tiirbcr Irom (ill) acres of landb situated on  McIJonald Creek and moie parlieulnrly described as follow;-: About, s-even miles up the creek  beuiiinin-? at a post marked "N Demur-- southwest coiner," riiiinint; Ilicnce east bl) cliiuns.  llienee noil li SO chains, thence west M) chains,  south Ml chains to point of commencement.  ���������N. DEMAKS.  Nnkusp. H. 0��������� D'eh. 18th, lilOII.  NOTICE.    ���������   ��������� ��������� .  -yrOTICIC is hereby si von Unit thirty days  1> iifler dale I intend to apply to tho Honorable the Chief ('oiiiinis.sioner. of Lands and  Works for special license to cut and carry away  limber un Kill acres of land .silualed on McDonald creek, al, the lower end of Upper Anovv  lake: CommeiiciiiK .it a post marked "i.'Ji-oiii-  bleys south west corner,' about si\ miles up the  ci eek. ind riinnini; thence cist SO chains, thencu  noi I li ill chains, thence west SO chains, thence  south bl) chains to point of coniiiieneeinenl. -  ! T. TltOJIIiLlCY.-  .Nnkusp, 11. C, Kcb. IStli, l!H):i  NOTICE, ,, -  VTOTICK is' hereby Riven lllllt' thivly dny*-.  UN , nfli.-ril.ile I imend lo apply lo tho Honorable the Chlel Commissioiu'r of liiindi. and  Works for special license locut nnd carry away  limber fiom (ilOncies of laud silualed on McDonald Creek at, the lower end of Upper Arrow  lake and nunc pin ticiilarly described as follows  About six miles up the cieek coinineiiciii','at a  post marked "A. Diolet's soulliwcnt corner,  i uiiiiini,'thence riistSU chains, llienee north W)  ulialiiM, llienee west SO chains 1 hence .south SO  chains lo poiut'uf commencement  A. DHOl.KT,  Xakiisp. II. C, l-'eb. ISth, liltW.  NOTICE.  'TO DKLINQUKNT CO-OWN10US.  To'Alex. Sinilh, ,1. Hlley. J.O.I'iper, J. Ticcalo,  ��������� Fred .Iiieobson,.!..!. Cole and Jim  Davis, or  1 to anv person or persons to whom he or they  may liiive transferred his or their interests in  the I'oilliind Mineral Claim .silualed,on (he  .south side nf Caiihoo Oieek In Arrow Lake  MiniiiK Division of West ICoolcnay: c        ..  Vou and each of you are hereby notilled that  I have expended four hundied and  ten' doll.us  in   labor nud   improvements  upon the above  mentioned ininei.il claim, in order to  hold said  mineral claim under the provisions nf the Mineral Act. and if williin  ninety days of the.dalo  of this notice you Inil or refuse lo'conlriliute  vour poll ion of sin h e\]icnses. mouther with all  coslsi | adveitisiiiK, your inleresi in said cl.um  will   hcciiiuu   Ihe pioperly of ihe  siih,enbcr  under scclion I of .in act entitled "An  Act lo  Amend the Mineral Act 11)00.  (Signed), M. 10. ICINO.  ltosbl.ind, JJ. C, Kebriiiirj 7tli, l!Kl.l.'  WANTED  r\ OI.DION 13UFK ORPINGTON i*krs  Xjr I'or, li.itchiiiK; Cook's On^inaloi'  .strain; $2.00 for i:i; first prize winners  Victoti.i show, iflU.OO. I.ockley Jones.  MounLTolniic, Vicloria.    "������ '  '������������������ '  "VTTANTISD.���������Twenty lirbt-i l.i^s car-  ^VV pullers. Apply to .). A. Ker-  nahaii, LiiKgan.  WANTKIJ KNOWN-rFive'roomed  house and futiiished'i'ooins ueiir  station lo let.   Applyilo It. Tapping,   '  WANTKD'TO S1SLL���������Two houses  and lots at rising town of Camborne; each property vvill let for .$15 a  month: price on'each iiroperty $oU0.  For particulars apply at olliee of Kootenay Mail. .. ^  WANT TO SELL���������One of ihe best,  hotels, in IvooLen.-iv; good man  can clem $.").()00 a year. For particulars  apply at olliee of ICoolenay Mail.  BILLY WILLIAMS  WIIOI.KbALIO DEALKK IN*  OYSTERS. AND CLAMS  '(SIlKI-l-il'l) OR UNSlUCLIiKI))  201  U.irrall ?l.       VANCOUVEK, B. O  E. WATERSOJST.  Bricklayer and Stonemason  1'. O. Ilo\ 191. llKVKLSTOKl!., IS. C.  All lines of M.ison work uudei-l.iken.  Estimates given for buildings, etc,  LORD'S DAY ALLIANCE  A meeting of the above will he   held  on  Tuesd ly,  the 2Uh inst., at S p. in.,  in the vestry of the  iMolliodisl. chinch.  All interested are invited to attend.  _  .      W. W. LEFEAUX,  Mec. pro tern.  HEPBURN'S DANGINQ SCHOOL-  POLITIi ART DANCING.  1 Juveniles are instructed in Society  Dancing find Deportment, how to sit,  stand, walk, to pies?nt hands, bow,  curtesy, and conduct themselves properly.    Parents vvill confer a  favor  by  being present, as often as possible.  Lcs.sons���������luveniles-every Tuesday and  Friday from 1:15 to (i p. in. Twelve  lessons .%"). Foi further information  call at Ihe hall.  FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Firewood in any quantity,  cut to required lengths. Orders  will receive prompt attention.  ENTERPRISE BREWING CO.  THE  CORONATION  HOTEL  FOR SALE.  This unhides hotel, fin nisheil; ������l������o  piiviile house situ.iLed on the land,  .store, barns, stables, ice house, huge  fruit garden, root houses, etc. Oood  i easons for selling. Immediate possession.    Apply to owner,    , .���������'..-  Mrs. CHARLOTTE HOLDER,  .  A  '-': Salmon Arm  NOTICE.  XTOTICJK is hereby L'ivcn thai tliirly days  jL\ iifterdiilc I intend lo make application to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Woiks  for a ispecial license to cut and eairy away limber fiom the followin������ deHcribed lands:  Situated on the went side of Arrow liiko and  nearly opposite the Nnkusp lovvnslto. and on a  divide between Anovv lake and Mosquito creek  about three miles from the lnko Plioro, commencing at a post marked "S. J. Harlow,  thence houlh WI cliaiuK, tbenco wofil Ml chains,  tlienco north SO chaini, tbenco east 80 chains to  point of commencement.  Nakusp, March G, 1*.������:(.    ,  ,'       s. j. ii.vni.ow.  Situated on Ilie woht side of Arrow lake opposite tlie Nakusp lownHilc and about ihreo  and one-half miles fiom tho lake shoro in a  valley sloping toward Mosquito ereok, com*  nieneiii(jut a point about ten chaiiih east of the ,  southwest corner of timber located- March -"i,  lilOH. lino riinniiiK from a post marked "S. J.,  Harlow's northeast corner," 61) chains south,,  llienee SO chains went, thence 80 chains north,  thence 80 chains cost lo point of commencement. J..J  Nnkusp, March 12, 1003. .    ,'"- <  S. .f. IIAKLOW.  NOTICE.  rpAICK NOTICK that thirty days after date I  1 intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special  license to cut and carry away timber fiom Ihe  following described lands- .silualed on the west  side of tlio .Upper Arrow lakes, opposite Nakusp, and bOKlnnliiK at a post marked ' .Jos.  Uenclle'h iioitheast corner,"about lllteun chains  from the shore, and riiniiiiiK west III chains,  thence south 1W chains, thence east III chains  theiice.jiorlli KKI chains to point of commence*  nieiii:"^"""'"- - ,  Dated this Dili dny of March, HKW.    ..  '���������  ,      .-    .JOS. GHNKM-K.  notice.;  rrjAKK NOTICE Ihal ihiily dayh after dale I  J     intend lo apply lo the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to cut. and    ,  carry a way timber from I he follow ii.K described  lands situate on Mosouito creek.  Anew lake: ''  Comnoncingat  a post planted  on the north      a  bank  of Mosquito creek close to the falls and   '  about ton miles from where tho Mosquito creek  empties into the Columbia river, thence east 80  chains,   thence soulh 80 chains, thence west 8(1,  chains, thence,north 80 chains to place of com-1 ,  , inenccniont.  ' <  Wated this tilth day of Kcbruary, lOU'i.  .   .  1). C. IllWIN.   ' .  NOTICE.  niAICK NOTICIO thai tliiily days afler date I  J , intend to apply lo Die Chiel Commissioner  or Lands and Woiks for permission In cutard ,  carry awuv tiiulicr.froni the follovviiiKilesci'Ihea  lands situate on Mosquito creek: ConiineneiiiK  at a post planted about ten chains from vvesl  bank of Alosquito creek and about twelve milch  from the mouth wliero it empties into the Col;  umbia" river, thence cast 1(1 chains, thonco  south lfi() chains, llienee west 10 chains, Ilicnce  north Hid chains to place ot commencement.  Dated this flllh day ot Kobi nary, HUM.  '     ���������       ,      ������. {',. IRWIN.  NOTICE.  MOTICB.Is heioby given that thirty daj's  L>    after date I intend to apply lo I  XS after date 11111011^to apply lo the Honorable Uio Chief Commissioner of Lands'and-  Works for permission to'cut and carry away  limber from Ihe following described lniiils:  Situalcd In West ICooteniiy al a point about  one mile sinilh of Mosquito lake and bcgiuninii;  at a post marked "K.UimiWs* uoithe.isl corner .  running thence south Wrehnliis, llienee weslMI  chains, thence 1101 lh 80 chains, .thence east 80  chains to point of commencement.  ,,   IC. ItlOUIA'.   '  Nakusp, I). (',., lW l.'ltb, 1IW.I.  NOTICE.  NOTICK Is hereby, given that Unity (lays  afler date L intend lo apply lo the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for permission lo cut nnd carry awny  timber from Ihe following dc-cribud. lands:  Situated in West Kootenay on Ihe west bank  of Mosquilo lake, aud ^beginning al a post,  marked "A.1 Plant's southeast, corner," running  west,80 cliiuns, 1 hence north SO chains, -thence  east 80 chains, thence soulh 80 chains to point  of commencement.  A. H..AXT.-   "  ' NnlyiSU. ��������������������������� O.. l'V-h-' mill. 1!K������-  NOTICE.  +..  ���������\TOTICK is heioby given Ihal Ihlrtv days  IN afterdate 1 Intend lo apply 10 the Honorable the Chief Commissioner' of Lands and  Works tor a special license lo cut and carry  avMiv timber from Ihe following land-, situated  in West ICoolenay: Heginning at n post one  mile south of Mosquito lake marked "O. 'Ciis-  son's noillieast corner" and running llienee  west 1IKIchains, thence south 10 chains, thence  east Kill chains, thence 1101 lh III chains to point  of commencement.  C. CUSSON.  Nakusp, 11. ('., Keb. l.'lth.'liKi:).  NOTICE.  "VTOTICK is hereby given thai, thirty days  IN afler dale I intend to apply to the Honorable tho Chief Commissioner or,Lands and  Works for a special license to cut. nnd carry  aw in timber fiom the following described land  situated northwest of Halcyon Springs, Upper  Arrow lake, about <-i*f chains|e,iKt of lake shoie:  l.'IItST(LOCATION.  Commencing at a post marked "A. McMillan"  planted at southwest corner, llienee east 111  chains, thence north KM chains, thence west 40  chains, llienee south 180 chains to place of commencement.  Dated this 27th day ot February, 1!HW.  AKCHY MuMlLLAN.  ' , SKCOND  LOCATION.'  Commencing at a post marked "A.McMillan  planted on Thomas Hcach's south preemption  line and about one mile e.ust, of Galena Hay.  Upper Arrow lake, north of Big creek, northwest corner post, thence south 40 chnins.tlieiieo  east IOU chains, I hence north III chains, thennc  west UK) chains to place of commencement.  Dated this ith day of March, 1903.  AitciiY McMillan. .  NOTICE.  ritAICK 0T1CK that thirty days after dale wc  JL intend lo apply to the Honorable Ihe Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Worksat Victoria,  H. 0., for n si ecial license to cut and carry  aw ai* timber from tlie following de'-cribed lauds  Commencing at a post ma iked "Ihe ^ ale-Col-  mnbi.i Lumber ('ompanys northwest corner  post,',' situated about eight miles from thn  mouth of McDonald creek on the Upper Anovv  Lake, thence running cost 1IK1 chains, thence  south 10 chains, i-licnco west 100 chains, thence  north 10 chains to place of commencement, con*  l-uning fill) acres more or less.  ,Nakusp, ������. C. March 10th, 11)0:3.  Tin.; Y.vi.i*-Coi.e.\i iii.v Lu.wnnu.Co. Ltd.  NOTICE.  rnAKK NOTICK I hat thii I y days after date t  1     intend to aiiplv tn the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and \\ orks for a special license lo cut  and carry away timber from Ihefollowinglands  Commencing at a post marked ".I 11. Drolefs  NW corner." situated on the east side of the  Columbia river adjoining llurLon City lownsite  on   the  south  and   running south   10 chains,  thence eiistSOchnins, Ihcnce noilh   IU  chains,  llienee west80lo the pnintof commencement,  covering  the  pre-emption  of one Angus McLeod, which was afterwards abandoned by him  Haled tills lMth day of February. HKH.  CKIITIFICATE OF IMI'IlOVKMENTd.  NOTICE.  llamier and tola Mineral Claims, sitiinle in the  Ijiideau   .Mining Division of West ICnoleniiy  District.  When- twilled: On Lcsiuglen creek.  TAICK NO'I'ICK Ihal I. Win. K. Ili'veienv,  acting its ngenl fur Win. II Clatk, Free Miner's Certillcule No. HOTICII, inleiiil. sixlj  daj-n from Ihe dale heieof, lo apply to the  '.Mining Itccordcrford Cerlillcate of Improve*  incuts for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further lake notice that action, under  section 37. munt be coinnienced before the issuance of such Cerlillcate of Improvements.  Dated this Otli day of January, 1003.  VOI, K, DKVKKEUX, P. L S.  1


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