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 V  a  rrorStcm Ut>Ury  Cf  ���������MMuawpaawnaa  Vol. 8,-No. 51.  ������  REVELSTOKE. JB. C,   MARCH. 27, L902.  $2.00 Per. Year  Carnes   makes  a  most convenient  stopping place. -'  THE PLACER DAYS.  Carne3 Creek is the first place  where are still to bo seen mementoes of the old days of the Big  Bend rush. Thi3 is'the first creek  where gold was struck in the sixties.  There was at one time a considerable' camp here,   some   400 people  .being resident for a time with their  hotels,' {-tores,   blacksmith   shops,  I etc. The -old workings arc still  visible, and a large,amount of gold  was gobbet ween   tlie  mouth of the,  canyon and the Columbia.  (To be Continued.)  '    FOR ��������� SPRING.  Dress Goods, Silks, Satins, Muslins, Organdies,  Pique, Duck, Veilings; Etc. Etc.  ,  COME   IN   AND   LOOK   AT   THEM.  hEMKMBhn.by'importing  three excellent  Dry  Goods-direct |?i  from .Scotland, we sa\e   (be . middle man's profit and <-dve \������  A    , our customers the benefit of it. ��������� c      m  We have also in nook 16 new roll* of'  ... Inlaid, Linoleum and Floor Cloth...  the very neweM pattern- :,nd unexcelled quality.  THE JEMEY  OTTAWA  DELEGATES  i '���������'  Well Satisfied   With  Their Trip.  What-the   Dominion   Government  Will do.  An Attractive Investment Scheme.  ,T. U.. Cranston, the well-known  broker of Roasland, was iu the city on  Tuesdiiy to Jay before local investors a  now and attractive scheme of mining  investment. The property which has  been taken up is the Jersey Group located in the Salmn district, which the  Spokesman-Review says will boom this  season. Mr. Cranston showed us a  report by a reliable mining man on  tlio property and (bis report goes le  show that there are three claims in  the group, (he Jersey,'Welcome, and  .Mountain Chief.'*'"The group is located eight ��������� ���������' ilos' from Sttlmo, on'tlie  ���������XelKoii-I-Yji-t Shepherd railway. There  is a good wagon road to within throe  miles nf i ho property. Tho main led ire  is 2f> feet wide and has been proved by  development work to 'travpr.se iho  three claims. ' An nverage ass.iy of the  whole lodge gave $1'J. -is^.y of five f**<-t  lYoi'i  m Boots & Sboes a Complete Stock  K '                 '                   ~   .1              ��������� '   '.     ���������          ���������   ,        ���������     " o                iifrii*:).,"i. aiid a siuelter tost of sa.npi--ii(.ii  h ��������� ��������� Ruotcrs all Shapes, Sizes and Prices fi--\hr������\(������?w- '���������''- v������i.,,,.i- ...,  l'((*i| ,                                                                               ,      ,           ,               ?.,w| ( |" P'ld.'"ut.   tliere  .ere   .,.-.. si!*., ,- ������������������'���������*.  jgjj ^        >���������*"��������������������������� older--<.!i.*iteil and piiHuptlyaUrnfU-il lo.                  p  Messrs. F.  McCarty   nnd.A. Mc  Rae, who    went   to   Ottawa   ;ts  a  delegation to secure appropriations  for the opening  of the upper river,  re.nirued  home on   -Monday nigln.  Thc-y express themselves well satis-  lied with the, result   of   their trip  and with, the   reception,  accorded  them at.   Ottawa.      They   confirm  the news  which   we   have already  'published���������that   a   grant of $5,000  has been made  to   be immediately  expended   on    making   the   river  safe for   navigation   this season as  far as Laporte.    An   engineer will  he sent fo examine as far as Canoe  River   and   report   on   thd-' work  necessary lo make  the rivet*"navigable throughout,' and prcplilre'*es'ti-  mnfes of cost.  It is understood' that Mr':,Roofer,  dominion engineer for B.jQ., will  be here s-honly'to put this season's  work in (th.ind. ' Three gangs will  be employed. ' A  Willi reference to the {ramwa\  required at; he rapid** io complete  ihe link of navigation the IX.niin-  ien (A\ernn.cnt    will suWidise the  vo  ,-i-  c.  an  d. v,  fri'ie  Mi  , i  'he   )>ri,ni:.*cd as-  ' i'lovi iK-i.-i I (.lev*  tJXw b   e i L r. u U S i 0 -  -V-'liy you Mum Id buy 14 KG. A. SLATEIl'ri (Lwirrtis  , Ijhand) Shoe? : .  l'oe;,u.-e  ti.ey  are  made  from   the best slock  procurable. ' ,  They are made by the mod skilled workmen.  They are the most comfortable without exception.  They keep your foot dry in wet weather.  They me lhe finest Cnished shoe made in Canada  Thry dou'l create corn* like many other makes.  Thoy are always asked for hy competent  judges  of footwear.  They are m^dc to fit any foot.  They   wear   longer   than any other shoe on lhe  market.  10. Last bnl not least they cost no more (ban many  inferior makes.     Every  pair stamped INViC-  TL c?.    Have no other (bey a re" not genuine.  1.  o.  4.  . 5.  Ci.  7.  8.  9.  end values. 'This vein is between  gneiss and granite. 'l'lie promoters  arc tl. \V. Mclirido, hardware merchant: J. R. Cranston, broker; hr.A*.  ihinkle, foreman of tho Lo Hoi; John  Stenson, and Goo. Acncw.'all of  Hoss-  w ���������1,"Pli1:  A),' . Tho company is capitalised ai  <g=S l,2f)0,00l) shares of which I.OOO.OOO  shares have beon taken ii['i by the promoters ami these arc assessiblo to 2J  cents p-yment extending over (wo  years: Tho'Tenf-iining shares arc hold  in J he treasury. For instance a bl.-ck  of f*000 shares will cost tho purchaser  SpoO'and the balance is payable at iff)  per month, the proceeds being used to  develop and equip the mine.  Messrs. Lewis Rros. have boon appointed local agents for the company  and will be pleased to give full ii formation and take subscriptions for  stock, the plan being essentially one  which will commend itself to the sinall(  investor  in ��������� won  an t.-trli  8 MORRIS'&  STEED, AGENT  ���������     -REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Hard-  We also earrv a full line of  H Gents'   Furnishings.   Rcady=madc  Clothing,   Etc  &A*|g ware;   Crockery.  '0^ GROCERIES which are. Always Fresh.  JI Our."Tea  and   Coffee  trade is'fast increasing.'   Try them.    ()ii<  , .try will -ilwavs buy.  </      ��������� v     ���������"*' '*  Front Street,     . -       Revelstoke, B.' 0.  '��������� ~''"r^ty***??,;i^gyyT???^^ '  :'i  ''Its Mining, Lumbering  and Agricultural  Resources.  (By E.l Haggen, M. E )  [(.fi.N'TINI'KI).]  Trouble   Feared.  Things do not  look so promising  about  the   railway   yard   for   an  amicable   settlement   of the trackmen?'   clillicultics,   and   fear-   arc  expressed   both   in   ollicial circle?  and among   the   nun    that    (here  'may be trouble afler all.    We have  not been   aUo   to   learn an;, thing  authentically of   any   infnrriiinion  having been received from .MenTea  and if there   has   been   it,  is mon  than likely il   is   of a confidemia  cbamclcr.    The    fitting   up of vn: \  earn in lhe yard   it   taken to mean  thai there may be trouble brcwini-,  and thai   the   company   is geuin"  ready for it. but    this   i- only ?\\f-  ; nii.'c at present.    Thc  ofliciais. the  1 trackmen and   the   public ail hope  that necessity   for  a strike may be  averted.  A Mon;real telegram says ihe  '.'. I'. It. olhcials are now conferrm-..  wilh Mn- representatives uf -.hi  ir.iekuiHi and ilnit the irackm< r,'  delegates are entirely salisiici'  vrilb the recognition accorcy-o  rliem.  ��������� !*��������� .������������������lie,  - HI.    'II'. ,        ,.       ���������,!    ;  W'.li > l-'.i In   e,:i'l if d   (iul ,i t  dad*.  With reference ,,<,u* (ho Dominion  Government building a I Revelstoke  for,Post Olliee and 'CuMom House  Hon. Mr. Tarte. said the Government were, nol putting up -inv new  building-; (his year. Next : year,  however, , he pro} u-vi'l . ;o- make  jiiovisioii fip* -uch ti biiild;n������r al  Kevelstuke uml n>!u-d linu. trenalur  TemjjJeman slo   h-lji   !:im    in the  ma tier.  Hon. Senator Temploman will  stop off when on his way west and  proposes to go up the river on the  sIcamcr.RcveKtoke ami obtain all  information to enable him to lav  the matter fairly before lhe oilier  members of"tho Cabinet.  Thc deputation speak in (be  highest terms of the courie.-y and  attention given their represcnta-  hons by lions. J. 1. Tarte nnd \Y.  Tumpleni.in and of the a-M**-1 a nee  given them by W. A. Gallihcr. M.l5.  for this extraordinary success is,  that owing to their reasonable rales  up-to-date methods and prompt  settlements, they are offered the  choice of risks, and naturally, of  course, take the best. The consequence is, they have a smaller  percentage of loss and a greater  proportion of profit that any'of  the, high-rate companion doing  business in Canada,  Jn-the mailer of settlements road  the following acknowledgements  front some of those who have insured in one of (he non-boar'd companies offering fair rates to the  people of Ucveistoke.  Mr. W. H. Holland,  'Agent Anglo-American Kirc Insurance Co.. City.  Dear Sir���������We bog toae.knowlodgi  your check for One Hundred anf  Two Dollars and Sixty-eight Cents  (-���������JM02.6S), covering your proportion of our loss by lire at our Vancouver mill sn the 11 lh inst. Tli is'  is the first settlement' we have re,  ceived on our claim on tlie seven  companies interested.  'Kindly accept our thanks for  your prompt adjustment and,payment of our claim.  Very Truly yours,  Hastings Siiixou:   Mamtacti'ri.m.'  Co., Limited.  l'Enc.        Per K.  M.   Britton fcVc.  W. S. Holland, Esq.  Gen. Agent Anglo-American  Fire Insurance ,Co. Vancouver. B. C.  Dear Sir���������I'beg lo acknowledge  receipt of (be Anglo-American IMre  In-urance Company's check Xo.  1078 for -i0,700.9'). in payment of  your proportion of  sustained on 2Sth  and for which 1 am  i may stale ilia  ment is ihe fir.-l, one made by any  of ihe fire insurance com pan ie-  wdio were inlereslcd in this loss. J  beg lo thank you for your prom pi  and pa ti? factory settlement and  have~pleasurc in herewith-handing  you instructions to cover my stock  with insurance, to tho" extent of  $10,000.    T ain,  '   ,     Yours truly.  I'.win SriCNci-'i;.  '' Appiy^fo H. X.'Cqursicr for rale*.  in the independent, companies.  Any risk not necessarily accepted;  ibis is a principle in'lheir business  and one   of   the   secrets-   of   iheir  H1CCCSS.  ���������"^-^^X^v/V^*  AND CROCKERY.  \\ l: have just received a large  importation of the above from the  I'lu^lish. French and German markets.  These: are the finest ljoocIs we,have  ever shewn and we would call especial  attention lo intending' purchasers.   ,  X Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,. Toilet Sets, Faney'.Cups ^  & Saucers, Hanging & Stand Lamps,    '  r   , Fancy Teapots.  FULL LINE.OF BAR GLASSWARE I  my    lire  loss,  December laM  niueh obliged.  '.   above *e!l |e-  /VVVV'VVHA'VV  v*SR  0. C''  direct from the GROWER to tlie   ,,  Consumer.  FEED, Sole Agents, Revelstoke  'ti  :-?���������>.  ���������Front  Dr. fflacKeiizie's English Cough Balsam  IL S. Wallace, tbe principttl owner  of the mwnsite and who has been  spending (he whiter at San Diego.  Southern California, is expected to  return here next week: He will then  make his residence permanently he:e-  II ih bis intention lo erect a line building and arrange for the opening of the  post' office'. "Mr. ��������� Wallace intends  pushing the business interests of l.'ain-  'lonie in every possible way, and will  spare no effort lo make it. one of the  >Csl towns in, the. I'voviuec.  Cory  .Mcnhi.nniek   is also   exjieclcd  nick from   Kngland early next month  and   in   him   as   the^otheiviwnei- JMr.  Wallitee   will   have *a    valuable   coadjutor.  raKandsteaher  The healing and .-oothing remedy for Coughs. Colds.  Tickling:  in   the  Throat.   Bronchitis. Croup,   Hnrlv  .Stage.- or Consumption, and  all   other  Throat  Lu g Trouble.-;.    Worth a .trip io California.  and  G. F. CURTIS, RED CROSS DRUGSTORE, REVELSTOKE.  WHEN YO  '"Hj WANT FURNITURE     "  Go  tvherc theviai-n-est and best stock-is keps"  Piedrooir,   Suites,    Sideboards,    Odd   Chairs,  * '     Tables,   Carpets. ..Linoleums, hid   Oil Cloths  in Good 'Variety. '  Upholstery   and   Undertaking.  Several C. I'.  R.  Ihe   Yukon    last  included   W.    Mai  bridgenieu  left for  week.     The   parly  ,ee,   A.   rioucee, \\*.  .1.   and I).  Tni: rntsT raxcii  norlli of   Revelstoke i-: t!eo. Kvre's,  ��������� at La forme Creek.     Here J. llnib-  awav pre-idc- and furn;.-he:- a good  '.'iVie.il and bed to ira seller.'..      There  is roine ram iiing done at ��������� the Mop  : Ji.ug place,   potai'oo and '.egcnible  crops   being    successfully    grown.  Hathaway   has   al-o   taken   up a  section   norlh of   rCyrc'-* for ranch  ing piirpo*-'es.  .,'.'��������� There are two or dun- other sections here which, wilh irrigation,  could be ���������made available for cultiva -  tion on a small fcule. Towarit-.-.  Carne* Creek pome good landi.-  met with', especially af.Cliinco Fla I,  but it is "heavily timbered and  ���������would .be most, costly to clear for'  rancliirig purposes. Once ihe tini-  lu'.r is removed for lumbering, liow-  ever, tberc should lie soni'i5 exceJIeni  lifllc farrriR ejhblisliffd nt Jhir  point,. The strip of g'ei'd land'ex-  lends half, a mile back from lhe  river,  / I'LACEH   CiO/ylJ  Ins been gol,V, here on,Ilie .bank of i  I be-(.JiihiuiiiiaA river, where Chiuc.i-e..  v.orked   tin*   ground   until   Intel v.'*  lhe diggings aro now abandoned.  CAusr.K rna-.K  .''���������.������������������   Hit'   I mi I  de.-ecnfU |0 Ciriu.-  * reik- two "-mull palcbe- of eni'i-  \ai������d I.iud are vi-ihle. The (iiM i--  '"'<���������up.cd.liy K. .MclJean, the v.ell-  knouti Hig Me,u| irapper and i,ro--  i ceior, who make.- Carnes (in-ek  Iii1-* home. II/. h.ij. j, ,-,,*,.,.. u.,.j]  ftunifhed cabin,and a piece of land  ��������� lea red and   oullhnUcI for the pro-  ���������duciion of potnioe? und vegelabie*.  W. Whilhioru is the other ranch;  (t; liit vi rig a choice piece of land on  Hie bank of (lie Cpluinb;.-! Uivcr.  wl.iei-e be raises exoelleiUfced. ]>ora-  incs,1 vegetables, etc. "Wild Bill"  is ilie-Hubriequict bv :whfcli this'  pioneer of. Carnes 'Ci'cek is known*,  lie had the, fatorite stopping- place.  Mi lhe road till lire swept it nwnv  hn .sjn-inif. The htlihlinV waif  most comfortable and -fl'tll lurhish-  cd and callors could rcl'v on finding  a good meal ready for them, A  netv building is iii cmirw of cou-  slruclion aiid should b0 n,.^,iy (|,is;  spring. ll.u'ill |,u welcome to Li-  bend   travellers  by trail, fii'whmu  The, Mi/finery Opening.  The large number* that attend,d  ihe imliincry opening :it .M.-idi-iai  I'arliir> (hi*- week weie nuich jile.ised  with the beautiful creation-- in head-  wear.  A large black picture hat of chiffon  and straw, linished with tip., of  llowt?rs. wa.- veiy striking.  One of the newest novelties in linen  ���������"���������hade? war n handsome toque, biyh at  one side, with wreath of roses under  bri.ii), linished with a black applique.  A not her much  admired-whs a large  leghorn, with, white chiffon nnd whiTe  tip.    The   flat,    trimniing   is,    verv  correct. ������������������������������������       A    '       ���������  . Flowers are much tis������llHlso,folii:ge!  Giuues and chirToiiB arti quite  correct for trimming*. The baby  wirulpw xvns very attractive,  WA.N"TEli-Agenl(! Don't, forget  ("The curly bird catches the first  W;n);_v.e give you advance  information* a hour, the, best to  appear;'. VHEK. .Send ' ji/lchc^s  '���������   imniedialely.    .1.   .AI, *-.Mactircor  i'liblisbing      r'o. .*   iio.\-   ,;.fn  \'tu*:<vHiv,-.r, B.C.  ie left, Willi In- |ai< n;* lor t'riiada  riie famil;, M'ltlcd al (oldwaler,  ()nl. Aid. M.MinJng came \u-?i and  lork up his re'-idenee in l'e\eUlol;e  live \cai\- ago. lie o\wi-a \alu-iide  properiy on McKi n/ie A\c. iiamelv  ihe luo-.-torey block occupied by  J. lb (Jressman and II. ,M. Ilou.-e.  This i"- .hi������ liivl term in the city  council. lie if- a member of the  ���������"ity finance cominii lee.  WHAT ARE  FACTS?  Pome pclfy fire iii*-ur,-inee agcnl-  aboiit.iown, who are evidently losing business at, '��������� \\n- ��������� cxo'rbitiVnl  rates charged by their 'combination  compan,i('���������-���������, maliciously stale that  the independent companies do not  pay their five* lo?.ce=. But what, are  tlie facts? In the month of January, the Anglo American had paid  .-every fire claim against it on Dec.  3let'except.one unadjusted amouni,  of.f.250. Can iiny*. high rate old  method 'company doiiig luisiiiess  in town show a record like this?  'Reliable reports, to band sbow'tbe  non-board companies , lo lie most  sui-eesFful. and thai tliey are cutting  a big sua'h in die ili.-'oi-an'ee b'usi.  rfiV:''df ..rhe   t'ormtry.      Th'e reriAo  I'lins. running for  Ihe   International  /imiont,'  K    .H.um.-ierson,  McLaughlin.  The project is   revived   of ;i railway j  'trough hritish Cohunbi.-.'. !l'a- Yukon  ;ind   Alaska    to     connect     wilh   'the  :\iis������ian re. il ways at   llehring *.e,-i: thus  forming   an   all-rail '  route   Iwtueen  America   and    Kurnpe.      Tlu* pn'������'lit  propo.-al is   to   conned   by   a tunnel  under llehring   Sea.    .Sir   '->. M. D,*ih - (  son long   .since   pointed   out that the  ;reat valley west,  of l.he*h''> *ky Minui-  ;\er (iOO rnilc*- from  boundai'v.    formed  an ideal route  for such a la'lv.ay.  A general meeting of the shareholders of the Kevel-iinke Xnvigut ion l'o.  will be held ou April 7lh for I be election of oll'ieers for lhe I'lisuiug yi'iir.  receiving auditor's report, and considering the business of the company.  (.'apt. (lore passed through lievel  hlokc on Tuesday on hi*, nay to Okanagan Lake to ascertain the progress  made in overhauling lhe steamer Aberdeen and In arrange for I he | ra nsl'ei' of  I be I win-M'iow steel : learner lo Trout  Lake. He bad a long interview with  l'\ MeCarly, president of the *-leam-  ,-liiji coinpiiny, regarding Ilie running  of Ihe steamer Itevi'lsloke lo I be Dig  lleiid.  Moth p.is.-eiigci' and freight tradition  lhe ('. I'. 11. is rapidly improving.  J. Wilson, .Superintendent   0.   I'. H.  Telegraphs, was in the city Tticaday.  LIMITED.  Wholesale Hardware.'Ship Chandlery and  Mining Supplies.  Hi.-clwarc Dop.-u-tmr.nt, 8-10-12 Corclov.-i Street -' ���������     ���������  Ship Chandler*/ Department,, 8-10 Water Street  .Vane gib. vei\,  ���������Lfc  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished  with the choicest th  aflonls.    , I><.:*,i   Wines.   Liquors. & Ci"*ars.  c market  Rales $i a day.  .Moiuh.lv rate.  J"_      ALBE'ET     ST03STE,     ^>JRO^  On-j Slots]: irom CPU Do;iot.  and Stoaxatjoaf. Wiimvci  P.c-lurnlshcd .ind Rc-modcllcd  Rates Sl.JJO to S2 lier day  ur^Eas n  r.  IJoV lii/A   .Lltijl  GRIP AND PASSWORD  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor, - Vancouver,   3. C.  ���������������������������'..''.'.       '' L* 0.-I.   '  As (Vie result' ofjrciirpsentnti'on.s  inado to 'Vipcount Criebton, aide-  de-carrip to their Royal Highnesses  tjie Prince nnd Princess of. Wales,  by New Zealand Orangemen, the  .father, of. the Viscount, Karl .Erne;  of ��������� Kniiiskilleii. Ireland,, will visit  the O.ra'ngo -lodge- (if. Canada.and  Australia this: vear. ;.  CONTRACTS OF ANY  MAGNITUDE EXECUTED  uy ���������*  Complete Installations Our Specialty  Finest Class of Machinery   .   .   .   .  fi������*  Tlie. Hinton Electric. ���������o,  ���������  VIOTOPvIA m\d VANCOUVER. THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ss  TThe Ikootena? flftail  ten times a������   many   Douhokhourt.  and tbtlicians.  "UHUSIIKD KVEHY FRIDAY. ���������    ���������         0        ���������\t- Tin*;   Briiijh   government   have |  revelstoke. B.C, ' done an   immen-'c  service  in stop- g  UKxiriptlon  Prlco.   $2.00   Por   Annum   ping 1he   inroad,   of ,lhe   Morgan \i  _   _  trust, \vho=e late-t move ua- -olniv  -..-.-.    :���������-_----__- ���������> out the While   Star   line ,;n.i r.u-e .  WU'KltTISING    KATES   quoted   oo   appli- ,       ]    t    ���������;  -  A mi.r\c-i and Kivliind    ffl  ration. Ch-inge*-*. in advertisement' mint, l"*U<-> IX.IWttn ,-llll( 1 il.i iiuu ijii_,i,uiu tsj  'i<? in br Tncvlay of ea<;h week (.0 secure 75 j,er tcnt. The Admiralty Sav ||  ,oo4dn.].}. ' thev mav require the ?hips for war   H  JOK PRINTING of *ftverykiiiii at moa roajon ��������� ���������        ,' ,  .,      \     , ,m  Ms rate= ami shortest notice. purposes and  vetoed f he (lea I. j ||  AC-COUNTS for job printing or  advprtisiiitf ���������     ��������� ^  parable on the first of  every  month;  -tub- A Mo.VI'IlKAL broker   -*HV* eoll'rol    *���������**  rtripiions payaUc strictly in advii.ee. flf (,    j,   ,,   Slw(;]. ^ _l(,.u|ih ..... ���������<_    ;.j  COmiKSi'OXDKN'CK   invited on .-ill nwillur-,    . ,, 1:...,    ..      '.merican  hol'l- , *A]  of loc������i or public interest.    All coinmunica- , irom I .Ui.tUl.in    10    ,i!ll( lil.lll  iiimi      6>i  er.- and (hat not one in leu 01 hi I *���������$!  former Canadian client** now hold- | ������3  the stock. Tiie day may not be \$  far distant when the Laurier Government may V bifve to ctu'ryVciu't.  tlie plan recentlyV;.���������.'suggested���������,,'������������������ by.  Hon; J. I.V Tarte ;"for the ^government acquisition of theroad;    . A J.  CjJ;CZ2X3ixZ^������3"li ���������*-*������������������.  g^jfc-g^SBg^gsgEaa^g^^ <SSO^S������STrf|  To Keep Pace With the Times.  lions lo the Kditor mu*;t be  -Accompanied  bv the name of the 'vnter, not neccsharilj  for    publication,   hue  -is   an   evidence   of  good faith.   Correspondence must rearli the  ..office    by  Tuesday   c\eiiin(,',   to   .Iiml   11  '���������'   place in the first issue of the Mail after  ; xecoipw   '��������� *''':     . ���������. ':'������������������'��������� '.';���������.' ''..*���������, ���������    ..'..'  '���������      ; ,    ��������� ,1 ��������� '  -���������     ' ��������������������������� -,.��������� ������������������     -������������������.       ���������; r       ������������������'.,���������  '��������� "-"!'���������'���������    . Address    ."..'.* J '-��������� '. -A. .,     .'���������''.  .������������������*"-"���������'��������� A-_'=.      ('Tim Kootexay''Mail1-,/ ���������'������������������_,:  , ���������������������������"*,':':! ���������;'���������'���������'       V" * "Revelstoke, B.C.   V  '';.")',,. 0. Box."(���������.���������IttlvelStOice.  '*,;,?  " '���������'."'       ; "<���������-'���������'���������  Wo request oup numerous readers to  ,   ;  favor U6 with their assistance In  'V  making the KOOTENAY MAIL the  ;,*���������':���������" most valuable advertising- modl-  * um   in   the  Kootenays  by'ffivlng-  the preference, whon'maklng: pup-  chases, to   those  firms who  aPe  c   J regular adveptiseps In the kootenay mail. ,.���������-., ' A  '*".'.���������*.  ,.*'.'v., ���������;-. ;;,CITV AGKNTS;    "'���������'.* ,'.".  ���������..Cojiio-i. of TnfiJMin, may bo obtained from  tliuiollowiiigeity aRcnU: . ;" '  '��������� rZ-A-y   ���������*.*:.:   1   J. \V. Hknxett. ���������'.,:,)  J. ,'"  ���������'.' Canada Drug & Hook Co.   ,.���������  -,:- *.������������������.���������".;���������'-���������.*      f.-b;*������'eua  ; : ~z,y '���������'  ���������    '.;  ��������� J 'LONDON, F.SU.i AGE.VCY. * ;J,  -Jb' /Iii ro'p&ui und Colonial AdvertisinfjAgciicy,  ill fleet St,... ,-.���������������������������������������������.; yry'" '". :'      (' ..  A'-ik Mitchell & Co.. 1 and 2'Siiow Hill, London,  ���������K.O.Z <<  ���������   -y-yy'y--,:���������;-��������� ,. J:....***'.*.;.   ���������-.*���������  -;:-';y,y y;-TokdNTo':AGi-:xcY..*;vV';VV:jV'Vv  JOiip'tr-a! Press '.Agency; ���������     :.,.:.   ,* , J, :   J .,  ';',;,Canadinii Advertising Agency.������������������.,.':.���������'���������' .*::���������',���������  ��������� ; In Smith Cuirrm has liny'rcason-  ���������abhvVfounilatiqiyVJfofJT'liis'Acharges'  itgai'nstthe I)iihsmuir���������'C!overnmont,  'tli(;.������e' charge? should be investigated^ Vand-. the Premier 'recognised  this when be demanded' a Royal  'Commission iniiiu'diahdy .theicharges were made:'" If theVcharges.  prove untrue. Smith Chrtis'Vwill  have placed hinitelf in a.;discreditable position as a public'man.    ,  :  '     m        ..     .uijii.iiiiui.1 \������ ith-our Mict.lld Pills '.vii'n.uii ],)-,s <;1" lime wc make thi  projioMiion.       1 Jit: largest ever made to the Canadian public.     I his is'it:  Manufactured by the  ���������3e?.rc!b~ont Motor Company.  On June 1st, 1902, to the  person who comes the nearest"  to the exact number of Coupons we will receive.  lis Automobile  Worlli S2.C00.  e given  THE CENTRAL HOTEL  '----.if   i?*>.-'V.-:-'Vv-:^^gj^       J.i;iJiM.>i.>UsJ.    u.iao.-  JtZ������~-,^.,  ,.;,*���������-V**..*VV;.V,j MoxruKAi/ AGKNcy.  .. .^- -yy . .ii..':.'..    -���������.. .      ...     ..: ... -..'...  A.McKini & Co,, Agenta.  ; ',    JliWliaratS Advcn.ining Agency.  , '.: .Jlnrvey AdvortiHiiig Agencj-. .-���������.-,  ���������':':y:Ay. ��������� ;;;:������������������. iiSPOiCANE'-AGBNCYiJ..?** ' J; !.;.'J';'*:'J  .  J^lei.'n.iidoi-J &A Co., -Ail vuhixing Agonist; Mil  : iKir^iAyi;:yy:ly A;_.yAy.; J. :v..*:J;-*.i'*.,.. ;;-:'  ;..,.J. ;  ���������/'..SAN H-KANCISCO ;AQEKCVr;'     ; '.y  ,'J''ft. C.Make,: (H.' and OH M������rchant< Kxcjinnifo,  ���������AtCtflils.:** '.;������������������,���������... .*..���������.!������������������.':��������� /:.'." --...-,-iv .. - -.-���������-;--���������..- -'_ ���������:������������������:'.'���������:.  VVAAV cJ A;V   NKVV-YOKIvAGENCY. Ay J ;:'y:  ';'.:' lluniiiifftoii Uroj).", MC> IiroadtTKy.    ' ! '.���������������������������'���������,������������������������������������.���������'. ti  ���������A;:A,y- .'VVV',VVV/V;ctRcbi,ATipNr.VVV/;.*i'A:jV"J^'j.  ' A 'ikv KourasXr- Miu. lias-a** first'-clasii'dlr-.  : ' itHjttioii in the (.'itV of Hovolstoke and sur-  ���������' .JVoTiridins di-uriia, nnd. also- ������t tho following  A- u)iy(*s :J  .';;. ,,   -y'A...   .-'������������������ - .���������"���������������������������,'.���������������������������,1 "'������������������?.-   ������������������'������������������������������������''  * ���������J.*Uberi'Canj'������ii>*v,.'*    /Illeelllewae't .  ���������'J"'J;.:'**'OliicIor - ..���������.::1...:.',,*:"*,^*:"*r!0'jci**j Paw,���������'���������"���������.''.  yyy -Aiokleri;. :A' ;;     -���������"-i*J-'SaIm'on*Arniv ���������'������������������'-,''���������'  ,!;*:���������''.Arrowhflad**' .������ '��������� ���������: '' Thomaon'H Landing v  ���������';.*'"'���������  (.4nnaj>!ix";      * J1  \ 'Caihborno'J., ":,;.'"J'  ���������*' ���������������������������-. ',Traut Lake City ���������.-. '������������������-���������������������������Kerguaon   .���������':-,;  .,.*, Hulcyon.Hot SprlncscNakuap   "... .?*."  ���������'��������� ,:'\,: Burttm City .*:.   FIro Yalley.   ; :*  ..*��������� ;.'':.'���������''Smith'urceli.''���������.'���������.���������:���������...', McCnlloch Uroe  ������������������.���������.���������l'.\VA*'J:'i'K.-\nrxci'-'*Ani^i:icaiv.': city;a  society : lias   been   formed* ; to'J'dis-  couragc unkind   criticis'm, .upbold'  wor,thy;"fcilow-citizc'n'?,   and to-cn-  co'urage everything .public^piritecl.V  It is a pity Fomc;residents of Revel-'  stoke could not J bo educated under'  such' ennobling auspicesr  ItJ would  make, tbenr JietterVcitizeifs  aiidJa J  help to   tlieirV'town,j instead- .of h-  detriment to it J'bywet-lilankcttijiig  every Amovement Avliicb   does: npjt  ���������bring grist to tJieii;mill. ;;���������������:���������'; ,**.*.  ���������'.' Ciuup Crook  Jttpld  A S$frk JTbnd  ���������   CeloKna  ���������;': BcarCreek  .'. Kobsioii���������*. ���������<'������������������'  Creek  Carnen'Crcck v  Standard Bimln.  iplri*-  'Afliloon.i ������������������'.'...'.': Ornipellaohio  Jrni"Roiid .'.���������*.; -.:\:;".Notch  Hill  Sictunbus ���������!���������*.���������������������������"������������������  Uoaverinout.il;  Now IJonvor   ���������  ���������'.&'  E  ARV.EYj&';McCARTB-Kjb'  .r.ArtRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.,.  'O'mciss :   Molsok's-'Hank' Block;  Rkvkl-  * J-' ������������������;*,,���������'���������''������������������.���������'. stoke; B.fi. ��������� ,"J.-'.,-"���������''.'���������,'..   ��������������������������� '  ,:*. Moiiay'to loan.���������-, ; ������������������ ''���������':���������'''-������������������  OltJces: RoTclstoke, 13. C; Kort-.St.aele, U. C.  Gko. S. JIcCarter,  Itcrel.noke.-K. C.  J.,A. Haiivky,  fort Steele, It. C.  V ;��������� A*/;(ji'JCSTiON ; tiiat; \vi 11 ^flit>rtly  come up,f or solution is'.the; eight;:  Vliour clay forVMhe.:."'laborer;;;* The  principle was.Arccggnised.; in .'iho  eight-hour: law V for; 'miners; Alt is  ;well established,; in rlCngland and  Australia fi:; Colonics. .*'��������� Jt *;is Vpnajof  the: goals;; of:;e.yery!';labor "lAnion.  Tli^'J'rradesAa.nd";Labbr:'Council  .brbughtJitvunderj,,;tlioV..'iVbtice of; the  ijft'uriev.government'-;'tlie bther day;  and tlieV Preinibi': said'beVwas ready:  to gi veefi'ectjto J it' on 'tlie.'.'govijvii'-'  me ri't rail witys i f A tlie Imi nci pie: was;  recognised J by.J ofherVJleadihgj'ein'r'  plovers.   :A :.; " v, * A-J J ;yyy'"- A A:'  AlF;;nii*::v^  hiotionV\i;cg-.ii-dingVrV;hisiA:;c!hA^  agiai list VtheVDiinsinuirCiovern ment,  i������'ahy:;criteri6n;;Vpr;.thcVbi)ini'oiis of  mehibei'S.VeveiA tivc^^  iiojf ai th J J i n V ]ii in, V; forVc,: b is'niot ion  wasVlost;;bv::3o;VJ:to ,;l,:;'i\Iessrs, ;Mc:  '���������'BriiieJ-Vancl'^  ariyA*'sympathy.V with-;,hini;*, in;tbe  nuttter.V V; If;Vthe J Jd|>po>ition; are  1 >egi ii n i ng;;to A fa 11; ' out* before,;, t hey'  diviUc'-tiie".������pc)ilsA..of..'V".-6.n"ic.ci* >v-h":it;:i*'  mix-upV/Jtliere ��������� would Jbc ' if; jbeyJ  could turn but the'���������jovcrnim.-nt.*.'.  VJV  M.VSCOTT, B.A., LL;I3.,  ' ,"   Barhistek;   Solicitok,   Notary  ���������A.;*/'*   *.������    .'���������VPcni.tc, Etc,   JA    -VAJ-;  ;  ;Mcivc'iiz.ie Ave.,    ���������   .Hevolstolie, ,B. U.  A-lT-DWARD A.,HAOGEN;JV,;*   ���������'���������.'���������,"���������"���������  v ill A" y;A;' a. -~-.-i^- :���������.-*������������������-:  :"  : :_;���������;.:���������' .:��������� 31.INING JSNGlNISiOB,;. :'.>: t ':;*...  ;(M������in. -;-A'mo:-ic;tn Institute Mihinp; Kneihcer,*:)  -. ���������'- : . t.Mptn..Canadian Mining In-rtitute.)      ;  VV,  ���������[������������������':     A   ItHVELSTOKK.  B; Ul*        *      .  Kxaniination of and reports on Mineral Pro-  '"'.,.���������.'���������"'.".���������.'..'��������� '. :".pcrtics a Specialty.'  : v.   *. ���������      J  W  riLLr.\M AAb-VUER,'   V;   V; .;  ,"' Do>!iN!(ix -\t l'j;onNciAi.V*LANi)   A  ������������������'������������������ ;" J ;,   ;  ,Si'nvijvoi:.  ' . V'' :;..".,  .s'ii-v..*y, ,.,l Minijriil Ciainl-. tiniljer Hc-rtlw iuid  ,*;  '     '���������   *; i;:ni\yii i,*inds.;' ,������������������.'.'  ;'' (.Vl,-,:'l,f..lJ  ll. HlllHALD, R KVK WI'OKK,'JI.C.  ���������' Tnio opposition liave, .been;mak-  ihg a;roar about Vt.hejA.ank overV  draft of'Vtlie ;V])rovi,nee7:;^htniri;e-  ,spo.nce to :Jii .Vqucstion.: Jloii. J J.;D.  Preiitice,VPi'avinciia 1 '':Becret:ai-y\ has  prescntod; the' actual'V ligure?VV w^iieb  'slniw.t.bc.over-'draft to - be H.7.15.-  U8.1..or $5,0,000. less; than- last year.  Judges of   thc stronoxst reliability will be selected,.and the results published, so that  everv one will have a fair chance, and will know this to be a bona fide offer.  'I'he ,ordinary methods of making our Miracle Pills known to the public are too  sj0^���������take tno much lime -that is the reason we make this offer.  Miracle Pills are a guaranteed cure for all bowel troubles, appendicitis, bilious-  1 ne.ss, bad,breath, bad blood, wind   on   the  stomach,   bloated  bowels,   foul' mouth, headache, indigestion, pimples, Dyspepsia, and heart disease.  ?! " ' ' . . ���������       ���������  U The world is full of people clrag"g"iiiLi" out  a  miserable existence unfit*for  the  duties'  if or  the'pleasures of life, a,burden   to   themselves and   oihers.    They 'suffer from distress  'I after eating, loss of sleep, mentaldepression, and all because of the failure of the stomach  -\ to--proper-!)-vdJ!4est their,food.    One Miraeje Pill  afler each meal will put your stomach  ^  into good working  order,, and-your general health will take care of itself.  **     i o  Money Refunded if you are not Satisfied,  It costs nothing'to guess, and you may win the Automobile, which, remember, is  listed at $2,000 by thCmanufaciurers, the Search mom Alotor, Co. of Philadelphia. ' All  you have to do is to fill out the coupon below and send same to us wilh a wrapper of  our Miracle Pill Ho^es. ' Coupon must be accompanied by wrapper.  Miracle Pills are sold by,every "good  druggist and   up   to   (laic   merchant at the,  II standard price, 50c. a box or $2.50 fqr six boxes.     If you cannot obtain same from your  ������1 druggist or general store send direct to us.    We will mail ihem   to you, postage prepaid,  'J| on receipt of price by registered letter or money order.   , ���������  || Every Wrapper and Coupon you send Fives you a better chance of winning the,, Automobile.  an '    ' ' '       '       c '   ' ���������      1   ,  COUPON ���������'   ���������"<*?"��������� k* -���������{���������AC'0* ,. _  ��������� ���������    ���������  '    liic,. Kimouski  Co.,r.U.  This entitles me to the property of the  Automobile thai 1 will get I'rco. if you have  received ,     ''      coupons and I am '  lhe nearest guesscr. * "  ft*  Name   ?..*r*������'������,  AV\' 0.  JSV.wly built. Fiibt-claBK  in every u-ipcct. Al  iinuJerti couveoiciices.  Laiyc saui|jli' rnniiis. Fir*1  ..1., ,;'    s ijc j 1 ��������� i* '.n������t  ill. .-I ���������>   . 'I   I 1   lll.-i  tJnit-  i- sniiii������.'n|;inM!'i'iiii**rii  QUEEN'S HOTEL,  TROUT LAKE CITY  Since 1 SO- in tliu same busbies'; of  %   *   t   ���������   ���������   I   I   I   I   t  Address ;  'spihI onclonod n wnippor of your Miracle Pills.  ^S^g^SSSS^^^S^SS.^^^^-^SSc^'i^^ia^S^S^^^S^^^iS^i^ tl  FACTS THAT MEAN SOMETHil  .) sumo business of  HOME FURNISHING  Onr Hog.int ,1 storey show rooms witli lmisoinonl���������('onerrlril  >o_ br llio .bent in (lanrirlii in our line. Our Ijitro .'i i-ton-y  brick wnrchousi*. Our modern, ,'J storey lirie.k liirnilurc  faetory, lire just evidence that tbe 1 eopk: nppreeiMle our  policy of doing business. Cannot we h-ive :i sbiiir-.ol' yours?  Send for our cntfilogue anyway, it costs you'nothing.      '  VICTORIA, B. 0.  We'eari-y (be largest nnd host ,-issorted stoek inj!  (J. .jiic.buljnj!  Bar Iron, Cast Steel, Spring Steel, Tire Steel, S.,S'. Steel,  Toe Calk Steel.        . , .  G.UTIIiR TOK CALKS' .        I'K.VIIKH TOE CALKS IIOHaE SAIL*  HOKSirfillO'Ei?  IN  IRON ,t STEEL        CAHKIACE <fc TIKE  BOLTS  SQUAKE NUTS IN   BLACK -A- TAPfEiy IIO USE itASI'R,  ETC. ETC,  folc agents for Valentine's high grade C.-ij-riagp Viimiali-.  .)Iijjl orders cegeive puuiipt, attention. ,   ,  McLennan,, McFeely  &  Co.'Ltd.,  .   '      WHOLKSALEAt  RETAIL MEHCHANTS.   ' ,  J 22 Cordova Street  -  Vancouver, B. P,  hot be de.-ilt   willi   tbr* '-.'Uiic ti< any   Canoe V-illey as   far,as the Fraser.  oilier I rn ml. '   tbe' I'lovincial M:n-! wnicb, witli    tbe   proposed   steam-  .eralotrisi ba- lhe right to enter and j boat --erviee, will be direetlv Iri-  exanune c\erv mine in iin* province I bularv lo Meve^toke. Tbe niem-  and it Fliould be done annually. ��������� ber for Keveistoke shoulfl piakc  and a report   pnblirbetl by the irov- j every   effort     (0     have     tlie   bill  "eminent *-bowinir tlii-aiiicuni of cue j amended in that direction,  in >i������iit an.l the ii--.iy \,ilue of   I ho  same.    If   a   policy  of   tbi.-*   kind  were pur-iieu it   would reduce iniii   |  jiig to a   soimcl   b.i^i*-, which   could 1 '", ' ���������  not fail to ��������� r profiu.hlc to tbe conn-1 Manifest    Themselves    in   Many  t'rv and   to  all concerned  lii.b-niu-. "n. ,;    ������������������/  hVato n'inii.g.    (Vri..1nly  tbe fake ! Disagreeable Ways.  mine prpmottr would find bis oecti* 1 (  .  ptuion ii'i'ne but be would b-' ri good j Sin b nt- .^eroful.i. Ee/ein?,   Boils and  ridd.UiCi-in anv ca-c. 1':>:i|p1c>'���������The   Blood   Should   be  ,,    *.*. ,��������������������������� ..-<*��������� *,,*������������������                  . ���������*, v* . .* ,   ' ^~:���������^^ '  1'iii-ilied    During   the Spring  Considering,;. the .government have. 1: *- ..,-,-mM>, v< ���������   o'JMU'l.^                                      m    n  -������������������   1 ���������'.���������'.       ,   ��������� ���������-���������'   '.-    \i-y  ���������      1 .' >ll)ll   NLi   r^lnlKl.*.                                         Month.-,  earried'out..extensive: public works,.'  ���������and! liave.not availed themselves,,0; j. ;,;, , _ -_ , Tin*--pi ing season i-* the time for  ;t be authorised loan'Jt lie Allowing'is' .}��������� 'Tin- notion of ;1,<- \ inv.'i. <\u\ us- , u\nt������\ c>l..ining .ind blond renewing.  creditablevandV(.lisproves*complete:Ai--l.<t':n-. *n .i.i..|.t.i._- Mr. McIim,'-"- li! , d i,...,|.|i, air numy���������him! dan-  iv'.'iiio-6'iia:i;2CS-*oi:"finiuic^ par:.-,.-n- ..; .. ..��������� .....I m.-inii.-M theinseh.s m  -������������������.*���������-.��������� '���������������������������j "1 ������������������������������������'.*(��������� ��������� --���������,��������� !*���������' ���������;��������� .'!,),���������..- :,-;,,- ,,f l,r: ��������� ���������- i-i'-,-"'"'.! - m, ������"���������(���������" f' 01 p.nnitil ana ollcn.-ive w;iy>.  gance::n,adebytbe^pos,tu;n.,,^L __���������,,,.  \ u  ^^   ������������������.���������,   ;(ml  "*"r~   . -���������   ,     "'""���������,J- -��������� ��������� "'���������'i   ."   A ,       . .��������� .     .,.,   .      o, ild*-       'llu*    iinpurilK's   1 lin 1    gel  ���������J EXCLUDING.���������'���������ASIATICS,   "������������������"���������������������������������    -    ������*-  '-'-     -'    -^    -"'��������� ���������"   ���������     ' ���������  alyelkootena^lBail  dli'USI)AV,-MAli(J'llJ27;  1902;  V,AA *!*���������').;. j;i,.*tJ thai fake min'lng���������c6m-  - ).niiif.',--hrtv'(,! bei-ri organiHCcl.and tbe  A ,-:;oV'k Hn'.-tV'd oii a gullilik-. public,  i- !i.o*rea.-oii . wby tbe business of  liiiniiig, which is .a.������ legitimate as  'a nv Villi-" r. -lionld   nclt lie fostered.  -A.   T'111: Ni-ison' Miner gives Gtirrtncy  ������������������!'������ ii grim! :-uggi'',--tioii.   namely that  Aiieciiio,- of .NV'l.si.ii.J'Koa.slaiK.rftnd.  Tni.il >h(ivi|ld, join.to 'piit'in a jfowcr  ������������������ and ligdit plant ,011 Kootenay river  JVuliicieni to Hitpjily tbe.three cities.  ' '-Tiii: "bill, introduced1 .by the  l.-i.ui'ier (Vov-'mmenttu give govcrn-  lijc.iiL (-onti-'jl of* rate.-- and���������u'clrninis-  t ration    of *'Vtolegnipli     tclejilione  '.���������ivMii'p.-niie.-'. witli. right of purchase  by   the   government,, marks   the,  , a'l.vanee'of public opinion in the  tliicctioti of V-tatr. ownership of  fraiirliisc- and i.'tiblic utilitiu.s.  . J.\������. Smakt. Deputy oi the MiniH-  tcr of the'Interior, is; on the right  t rack. VI n bi.������ ��������� evidence.* before .the  I1011.-.C cijmm'ittee on 'agriculture  nnd colonization hesaid the .British  Isle.-' were 'tlie '��������� most, promising  ������oni'(;e for imrnigrantr!. *:ind the  ib'pVirliiicnt, was bending all, ita  cncrgieK in that direction: British  irn/i*i������nints-arc   worth   to Canada |  ���������1'  tion, ,i-.   wt-   i-.-.;-".   .1   :.r-"   -"'i* to    , such   V-r.r-L^Ai.   -n   tbA   r.;o [\.n  :";'rhercVis Jonly one ;rnftivjjiA-'*hA! JJ ^'j'/A 'J1V'i','V ^A',A''-^ J'-,  .legislature who "can lead-tbe .pro*,- -. I-A* ,,v; ."!'"' " " ''"* '' ". " *\ '' ;'  ince ^uecesjfullvAhV its .d.attle'forVj *<>"'[��������� '- '|" ������'"* r~ ; ' *' * ':" '". '  its ri'ditsAonj'tho Mbnirolian. lalKu-'! n'"n - 'U[R{'- " ' ,:,"t,':': 'A '." '"  question aivif';that,'man isVlosepb *| or !1������> ,'1!'('1' "" K  Martin. TheJ-Dorninion��������� .Gjnve'rh-..l-T,1ml , "" "'"1 ���������  ment aiKl*tlie.yecret'arvv(.f*State;mi'V:' 1"1,"''1 ,",I,"M''1 "! A1 r'"'"'   "' " '  Hit; Colonies ,niu*t:be handled With- j ������s    i")������'i; *'H"_' .: '*   ������������������ !  *���������* ���������  out 'trloves' in-thismatter. : Tbcyr 'A ;' J'���������"������������������" '���������''   ''' . ~";!';' ;' ,'   ���������  have.humbu^ed the pi'ovhiee W' ^ ;;" ''!f'��������� ':' >'|u   "!"    ,1";' '  ". ;'', ' I  enough   in  'a .matter' wiiich is of !'-KI*,,1w; '!n' ���������';   "  v  vital ,inUM'OstA     Speakin-   i'r.-.t.hij l-';"''1''^" llir " "-'���������    ''"���������"  legislature, lasC week M r.  Martin | w",n1*! ! '  " ','"    "'.'"  said':    ': The  provinceVshouhi* uA-A h-!:t '" '���������"���������l'i"      M';'  .i..|  ..1-: 1  ,' r.-',( :.  Ii'lcp'*"'1    .  'II,.-'-..  !*��������������������������� :���������"��������� i  'Woi.bl rccoirn"-  ,1-    1,(1    to t .1 *    ���������  in-    , n' i 1 -' ;��������� -  i.j ' 11 -'���������'_,.' 1  0- 1.    a r. I'd'-  low tlvc  exiimplo of Vthc (Jominon-Vj  wealth of AiiPlffilii*, in-assertingi^ A-'"* ;-:'-"- -;'1"  right-to' keeji out' tlieso.-biirhnriaiir. ;,un- m " ,,;I!1  rfeJwould bereadv.foi'one. to tight V1--'"1 "."'���������'  "' ,,   ,        .,  tbe qiiestion   aloiiejiut An'   having ,.'>'���������*', "' '���������"-' "   "'   ;1'"'   '"  the   svmpalhv   and   precedent   of ; to Mn  momimc,   ,.., mi,. .,  *..���������(,.  ���������  Australia.    British A Columbia ' was \;'"' '"  |ir'';'",;   v le 1, ��������� * * 1, .- ���������.  greatly  strengthened..' and   tlioVdoy , V1*1"!'   v"1'1    "    "^ m1    "    ' "  was not far distant, he lioped. when r*'.'''"1!"!"''   the Dominion* (iovenitne'ni.w'ould  aCce.de to tbe .'just demands -of 'lhe  Province. . 'Mr. ' Chamberlain'-had  invited    the .Dominion lo pas's   lhe  i:i-;i'i,-Ti;i!'.i i H'"\   mi f.  ia'!  I  if  ������������������wi  '1 \\r Dun-miiif (;<v.-i--ri'irient have  Natal   Acl.Vbi.lt  the;(idvenlinent at.,j 1,,-oughf"t]o:\.viTfr"fM.ir��������� .-inivi������-.viv''���������,������*J r<:-  Ottawa "bad    not.   done , so. '...  He'Alir,ti:il.!U!.ioh.,    .To' ..'iiiaii/'ain.''!������������������������������������  thought that I hit- showed beyond'a 'j'former Vintml''.'r nf "..ri'.eiYiber.** woi ild  (ioiibt that, there'.were other .reasons'! j*., vo neeessila'cd ''taking, a way iii..  why the Domiriion'Govertiine'nl, did :,ni0n.   niemlici's' 1'10'ni   ;ho  Isl.-i.nd.  not ncce|)t*Mi'. Cliaii'iberlan'i's s-ng- ;'v,hieh Jos'es   nivo-.-a?* i.i��������� i-. ' Hucb a  gestion.   *'FIe  believed   thai reason' j sudden   a.nd ������������������ sweeV-ing     ivA.'A.AiSi  wa?.that there were, sli'oirg.influeii.-, j-.u*(M)],p, ';���������''������������������*���������   neeevsi.i'y   ha-*..i-V ('i-i-,i?������*d :;:,,;.,  ces   in ���������'I'Ja.Htern.'Canadfi .which de- Atrii.<*ii disWitisiiicnon on- the Dia'u'!.,!'.���������j'i,.,  ������ired cheap-(.'hiiiese labor in British ��������� .|,-r| would    !i;ue   led'"ibir   j,copkV:/|;oi  Columbia, one of   which wa? tho C. V*|]*icr0 tu consider tbeiuselveJ.wmn^- ;ti;.i!  I\ K.,-which employi'd   (Jhine'-'e'Voii ;,.,|,     . [Jn'rier.*   Ihe-e  .f-'i'c:;i:;*i.anr-'-;- ; i^'-i  fhei.rOricnlal sl.eaiuers." ,       i'th'e increases   of-   four   'nii'h'i.bi'r.**'   i   !  -;- -: -���������*.---;-- .---- ' i fnllv  w'arreiiied. Ai be   rr]iv<-<'<)ia'-'i  -.MINING   I'ROMOTION. Vtion: accorded to. 1 he.ini'iinlaiid. and       , *l (���������.-���������jieciallv l*o Ko'ile.n.iy.'is etiiir'iei.il-  .. .Tho'Department of Min.-s should.V ly" fair,  'rind     satisfactory:        The  ,sel':itse!f to work j.o stop the swin'd- | lii^idstoke    Hiding    blight    I"' ad-  ling'by false  statements   regarding ! justed w.illi    beU.er*. regard lo'tiom-  minoK'which are   on'the market, or j niunily   of    inleresl.'      While1 wc j  i  s  r  The    nnpurilk"*.   tiiat   gel  ,1,0   llio    lilood    piu-ue   their  poi.^011-  ��������� ��������� - \\.i\    till   O'.ei    lhe   lindy and 11 re  11-in .-um   i-if   a    l.ii'ul*   pi-oporiioii Ot  , ���������; -> ,c-i -, \ ,0 inn-*      111    tle-ir 11.1t ere  i.,.i d itT.i'ioii-*   in   sin- eMieine.      To  ii,   jn ..     'dood   .onl    tilenly   of 'it,  -,i, . , >..! a    tunic   ami   hiiinii'lunldci',  . he :'      1 hi-    pur{ o-c   I bi'ie   1^ nnib-  . v  < 0    i (,', il    Dr    WdliiuiiV   ('ink  1    '���������   '        *'���������'���������   ,\\ .pie       The-e   pills  ,' 1-.   -1 ���������=   di,i     In iinpiu ita-s in  ���������,    -I - ���������! 1 *.   |,i,niipi ly   ( !i',iiis*,ng ,oid  ,,.���������!,.      ' ',.       |.;ii. d      I'r.illl     111!      pn|-(.Ilii      ��������� ���������),*ii-i .1      in.itlel'.     11     wuir  ���������      .      ' '.I i) liis||'ll(  '���������  III  ,       ll   \(lll  *. ���������;< 1   , ���������..,-,   1 -.ii.oi-t ,1,111  ,n  1 if If.iji  . ' . '' ,, , , op lie, ( i-ll\ ^i't  ,'i ��������� ,,*-, ,1 ���������*,, .md l'(.'-l 1 im-t,i lit 1\  ,- .j i.il    . .! ,' i-jvi (I  '.',1   I ii   Willi.on-'  I',*!*.   I'.   I- l'i     ' '."'  .  .    ,'  ',-.���������' '1    1 ��������� 11  ii'd I'l'i'.il  i     !.,.���������!    -    \i ���������.    U . -in,11,-1. ,    I!  .  ������������������    1     -'     ���������       )     in _' 1  ,    I -,h_'   Dl ,  i'. .(   ���������   ���������>    I '      1*       l'i   ' -       ln\      l'i."..I   l',,l-  I 11 -��������� '1     ..in!  1-  1 11  ���������     ,1  '    ,1  1 ', !,!. I.      \, > ll    " > \   III l'\  '.,.,,.'  V        il'   I!  . \|  \       ||lr  v> ,     , . , !?,    ni'l   ;    '.a- ' i'*il\  ' .���������   11    n i-il-i :.,, -  0'  j' M " ,    I ie n my  i:*.-'nf'g'-d   :,;'','���������: -,'.'i. ' iry ' i.ir..'-\S'iliiairi*j'  ink' I'i.'i.-., " i'ufA   a    li/ilf dozi.-if,l<oxi-.-!  i    - (.  .1,1  TRACKMEN'S  STRIKE.  The   Government   and   C.   P.  R.  Specials.  In the legislature, on Friday Mr.  Oihnour asked the   Attorncy-t'enei'al:  1 How many special police have  been engaged by the Government  Since March,  1001 ?  2 If any -yere engaged during the  trackmen's striko on the- C l'\ K.,  bow many ?  .') Did any of said special police take  the place of the sttikcrs or actus  wntclimen on the C. I\ H. track  bridges '!  -I ll'so, why did the tJovcrnnient'  take the part of tbe company against  the men ?  The Hon. Mr. Eberts replied aa  follnws:��������� rl  "1 It, is almost impossible to answer  this (jue.stiou, as tbe services of special  constHbles are being continuously eni-  ployed.  "2 Puriim Ihe li*iicknu'ii'u utrike  on the C. P. K. in the summer of 1*101,  some thirty-live- or ��������� forty special constables were Mvorn in for the protection of the railway hy Chief Constable  Lister, (if New Westminster. When  lhe Department ascertained that this  had been done, instruct ions were given  that it was not. necessary for the  Department to iutenene in ilie mat  ler. and that if Ihe Canadian Pacific  Railway authorities required men to  look after their pioperly. they should*  bine Ihem swum in as' cons tables  under tin- --Itaibvay Act." and pay for  their .services. This was done. None  ,      ,,,       1 ot 1 he nprciiils  appointed were paid bv  11       V llllliL'        , , .,       ' ,   *   ' '  *    the f.overnnienl,  2 I .im not aware that any ol" the  ���������aid m>iis|,idles, appointed a.s above,  ������������������ "in the place of tb'e -striker.- or ae'lcd  as watchmen ou Ihe C. I*. It. track or  di'id^es,  "I Tlii-'iiiivci'iimenl did not. lake  ih. pirtofihe Coio|iany ngiiiiiHt the  11."-n  Wholesale and Bet&il  1)  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage i  .;, c-.      '      '  <^^S5SB*T/Calg'ary, Alberta  0 CLYOESOALE STALLIONS.   20 HEREFORD & SH9RTM BULLS  In   l.he  stallions   will   he   found   such noted sires ,is  ;        ;       ;-"WAl_DO 8067,"  American Clydesdale. Stud Hook, and  f-BROWN STOUT 1864,','  Caiutdism Html llook.    Ail young and sound.    Wiiie  for prices and pedigrees.    Address  JOHN CLARK, Jr., Crowfoot, Alta., N W T.  Ql  butler at.A.'N...Sm.ith's.  !'!';������������������'    ' r.i.'i'ie '*. f'     lUil] JltSi'd. tll(;llT*'-f  fiViA*---iy    r.-*.-:toi'<;d,',io - !u ,VIth.  ��������� ���������:;<i ' -vas    .sMio'-ith , and  clear,  : I.*���������'.,vs���������-pes-'k " a   ,iroodJv.yi-,)'d,fni'  )!-:' v."t.:ei,i,   (>i������[."-.-'i--i'.i.iiiiiy olVi-rs."  ';,.*>',, U ���������:.':,'��������� '! Uy-y- ��������� jiiii-  Oi.lXo riCll,,   '  .'I.   ''i.,'i r  'f hey ��������� i'dn; su'i-ii '(.rou-* j  ;.*;-*.*:<*-i.ia.- ���������s}'iort,iii'.-:.-i.  (,-i  l*i|-'*."ltl'l. i*  ;.'.-.   ���������|',..ii|,iit.'-,-i-r.i(>ii,.of-  iif .li'-.o't,!  ���������XiyU:.    A'.J-yripC'iil*,   rjAl..    \'iHb'  ,'  iiii'd    'ii'*, fiiiiC.tiorial.-'aiJiii'-nl.ii' <  *i !���������:.,-*.��������� i he    livei' of'Ao'i'naiiy w'or,'*  ���������..-ei.*���������(..(:������������������ of   c(in.st������iit,   mi.-(-ry, -  i J.'l in'.������������������    pilis.    ii.i%ay.*i    heal'-   I'l'i',-  ii.lir.liib.-ie-. ������������������Div': V.'illiaii'is'.- .fin k f'ill-i-V  for I'ale P, ������,j*.ie.;'   on    lhe ���������.v'i'i'tp^<'r'/.ni, '  (���������very   ,l'io.v.'. ���������������������������'(,|7|* ,.i)y   'all   dealjCrs*,*'or  sent  by 'iid'i'p!    a.t.   50 ' eeiils .a b(..x, or  si.';'!.o:*i-' :'.,!- ;(;���������>,;"i0   by   ;i(l'di"c.s-..i*iijAlhe  lb,'. W'iiiiain-:'    Medicine ��������� Cai.,    l!)'oe|.;-  vil'l", (l|,l.  {  ')���������   ,\  Tii  "Great cry and little  ,   '.,'Jl/l.   .-.***,        ....  :;   ,  Clt :..i t a p pea ranee  i.il. lUlieJser'vice!'''  i     J'rjv/.'ire of false  | -'v/indov/ shoes'!  | .   Loolcfpi'llies/mbol  J oi i-esponsibrJity���������the  > .^^ers'. price   and  pledge/ on "the sole of'  ''The Slater Slioe"  A  KAMEEN VALLEY GOAL S  5,000 Shares at 50 Cents per share.  In qiiaiiliiie- from 100 .-haref-   up, payable  $10.00  per   100  wilh   order.  Im la nee in four monthly ocjuji 1 payments, or spol cash.    Oonipiuiy'i-i  ;   stock issel!iiigat$l per share. Ord'er quick, a? they will not last long.  REGINALD J. STEEL, Broker, Nelson, B.G.  "doodyear Welted"  .;'.L'k.t������  n wliicli' slock   is bein<< (il'leieil f(,r; re-ii'i-f'to    lose   the . bardeaii,    I his'! '���������*(���������,.,,������������������ 'V   n,-,.>(.   (ViaT sloek shows re,-   Q.B   HUME   &GO.  ale   to   the   public...     'I'liere   is no A;l(,n|f| i,,, v(. |���������.,,',i    eon'ipcnsaled for Anai-kebl.* Veiivil v, ��������� sabs bavin;.; lately'     '      ' '    *.   -  ���������cason whv a ininiiiL'   fraud rliould , bv addin"   to    Itevelsloke    Hiding*,.risen i��������� i',-om :!7"i fo m*".. ��������� ���������.    ���������*. -| bole LiOCal AgOllLb.  To get Your Printing done  at the KOOTENAY MAIL  :*.;. OfflCe. ���������;'"*���������    A''.,    I  Newest 'Designs" in Type���������  v riot that dirty worn stuff  that some printers use.    *  \Vo give you good worl;  at a fair prii'e,   .  The Kootenay Mail,,Revelstoke.  ,u.-i,n.ulJ..JIi;.KiMITOJEillM*fa^^  WMWMIII^^ V>  VSR  MAIL  L  as  ay  FREDERIC  REDALL.  [COKTIXUKD.*]  SEVENTH DAY.  CHESTKR rVES AT WOKE.  Tlie situation was an urn-aiiny one.  Chester iincl no tuatelies aud would not  lin vi' dared to strike a li^lit iu the  other oveut. Tin.* dense daikness, tbe  rushing waters, the titter sense of isolation, the foreboding f.car that any  nioinent might plunge liim lutb a  chasm which would prove a nameless  tomb���������these tangible and untaiiglble'  fears and dangers might have quailed  the* heart of the stoutest frontierbmau,  much less of an inexperienced tenderfoot, well enough versed in the wiles  of Wall street, tun n veritable tyro to  the dangers of the Colorado desert.  However,  the sniff of which  brave  men are made does not vary much the  "world  over, and   Ives was buoyed  up  -with ilie hope iiud belief that on hiiu  ,rested  Un* safety of tin* whole party.  Including that oi; the girl n<- lovi-u    if  he saved her from this pcnl, ������im would  belong to hini in a dual sensi*.  For the spare of perhaps "JO minutes  he toiled painlnlly up the bed of tbe  stream. He was so;*';..!! from head to  foot, and his unrmeiif-, heavy and sod  den with the water, ini| eded his prog  ress and held him-bach i:\en as in*  lloiiiideied along he thought uruniv o'f  whai  would  of  the  hahiir.  Broad  incut  a   rapilii  ni.'iUe for l!n  iiii'irfipnli*- a  ,n-y  ���������j.   '.l  ���������-.!! i-el  ���������o-l'd  I! -  ��������� *. I.- id  '���������::fr  ili.������* .-ldveiitiire  'iisatioiiai  press  how  ti1.-  unity  of   Wail   and  ���������; wiih iiii , ri,  pies  "Rrddeiily  UU-t  \\ ilii 1!  . in  ������������������fill-  '      *     I" !       .    Imi.    Ul    UlS  .!   ('.It   p.'l ���������il.-.'J -.is, lit  isjiead rar-.e '��������� ��������� ��������� o ron-  itielty roof. ��������� * ������ -.\ud  ihal ihi* orltiee was lirena .rower, forcing him. to Haii.-:"'1 ' .n'out"  until hi-s chin was nearh i. , i*.-tl,o  water, and in thi* fashion l\ -.-jleil  .for perhaps a ("jo^'ii ya:':'- .:.. tli-or.  Then, icsiing for a iiHiniem ... i f.i.sing  liis eyes, he beheld tlirougl, im- uetise  gloom, but right ahead.,a i-Ii:mi*i* of  Hll.v twiiikllnji lights.  A moment's reiieetiou san-uled him  that ihey niiisi be stars-and .rliat ho  had at last reached the open air. A  few feel more, and lie eua-iged through  a crevice in the rocks oil il luile beach  of pebbles :\\\i\ wmerfl woi u "meks.'at  till* |ii ill's in ui* which he c,n:Id dimly discern iiu* surface, of a ���������.���������(���������nsidorahle.  stream, whose placid bo-oit. i-ei'u-cted  lhe glorious liniiament overhead, Nov- i  er was the sight of the canopy of heav- I  en more weloonie-  ' j  'I'hoiigliMie did not know It then, lie,  Wits on tlie west bank of the I.a  Fontaine, or Fountain, river, which fed the  llitcli  and  tprmi'j ubii'hh' nn animal  s'.tiricii ut it Iinnl (jnllup ,*.  cave stream and w!io<e gravelly margin  was sli!!- we.t--.-uid glistening with the  high water jnnrlc caused by the cloudburst of a "few hours before. What  next to do Ives did not know. He was  a stranger to the country and totally  i-i'norant of tho lay of the land. To  proceed in tlie darkness seemed well  nigh impossible, yet to wait for morning would lie a pitiful waste of time.''  lie had no very exalted idea of Filley's  good faith nor of that of the Dallon  gang���������in fact, he reposed about as  much coniideiice in ihe one as the other If Filley bungled in any way, lie  dreaded to think of the consequences  to itiosc dear ones left in the clutches  of as cold blooded a set of wretches as  ever drew trigger or besirudo stolen  hoi'seilf'sh Besides, he shrewdly sus-  . peeled that Filley would take good  care-to look arter No. 1 and if he failed  to s.-fi the money might conlcnt-himsplf  wiih keeping out of personal 'clangor  and perhaps giving an alarm without  heed lo lhe late of Draper, and .his  party  Ail   these ��������� reflections   (lew   through  Chester's brain as he sat shivering and  si|iiee/.iug the water out of his clothes  mi' ihe wet bowlder.   Casting his eyes'  around the horizon: he noticed a white  glare off in the north, showing clearly .  in that  inarveloiisly pur.   aiio'isphoro.  That, he thought. mu.-L be lhe l.lghls of-  Denver  and   iti.ihat   direc-iinn   would  help-most likely ho-found.'   .So, weary  ami  cold,   with  chattering  teeth  and  aching iu e.vcry joint, he set out along  the bank of tht*. little stream, stumbling  and at tlme.-i falling over tiie obsirue-  '.ions  in  the  way.    I'm alter a coil*. '  pie of hours ;.(  this sort of tramping  ho was completely  beaten.    His thin  city shoes were  worn  to shreds, and  every stop was acute (ortiiro.    As the :  (ii'st pale streaks of lemon colored glow j  appeared  In  the east  he sank hy tho I  way. his back against a rock and pant* ;  ing from exhaustion,   lie Intended on- I  ly to rest fo: a few moments, but fatigue gained  the upper hand, and  he  soon stink Into nu uneasy -sleep, from  which   he" was   awakened   by   lusty  shouts and the cracking of n whip.  Opening his leaden eyes, he found  the day all abroad and discovered that  the uproar proceeded from a teamster  who was standing up iu the shafts of  his wago'n idling like one possessed  and snapping his heavy whip In order  to attract iho attention of the sleeper.  "Thought I'd fetch you." was the  driver's first salutation. "Couldn't  leave the ion in, you see, so I had to  nit's the matter, man? Bool:  jou'd  been through au ore  up on the off side vi the shafts, and  Immediately the heavy springless ore  wagon   weut    creaking  and   crashing  along thc rough road.  j     In a few brief sentences Chester no  I qualutcd  him   with  the  strange  hap-  ' penings of thc past S(> hours.  ,    "Gee wliiz!" whistled the teamster.  "That's Jim Dallou's gang, sure 'nuf!  See  here,   poduor,   there's $5,000   reward out for Jim!   Thls'll bo his last  ride. I reckon!   What you goin to doV"  j    "Cot help as quickly as possible." returned Ives.   "You know the country  and its customs; advise inc.    If those  women are rescued alive and unharm-  i ed, I'll answer for it that John Draper  j will put another So.OOO on top of the  governor's reward io tho ninn that does  it."  , ., "You don't say!   Well, 'tain't none o'  my braioss. but I guess I'll have to go  you." was tin* matter of fact response.  "What do you s'pose that clerk o' his'll  doV   lias he got gumptionY"  "Yes," replied Chester, "he's got  gumption enough, bin I don't trust him  oi the sang. '��������� You see. there may be  some difiinilty about getting tho moii*  o.i . Fifty thousand dollars Is a large  amount, and the bank may hesitate  au.I so cause delay Then what happens ��������������� The two escorts get tired or  ii'Vaii), coueludtMhey have been fool<:d  and rifle��������� bad; "to camp. In, .which  event 1 believe Dallon will be as'good  p as   his. word',-he'll   murder   them   or  ; woi *���������(���������!"  i  I    "Like  as   Dot."   was   the   not   very  i heenng response.    During this collo-  | quy they were making slow but sure  lirogrcss��������� toward' the city, but  to Ives  ��������� tlio   pace   was ' tnnializiugly   tedious.  Ben (liillnp, the teamster aforesaid, uttered not a word for three or four min-  (tites.    Then, with a mighty crack of  his whip: ho exclaimed:  ��������� "By  liokey, that's the dodge!    God-  dap, you lazy devils!''    And. standing  ni) ou tlie shafts,  ho urged his team  with voice and whip until they broke  into a trot which doubled their speed.  Thou ho condescended to speak.  '"Don't know as they'll interfere, but  you'd better try."  "Who. man, who? .For,God's sake  be more'explicit!" sputtered Ives.  "Over yonder a piece,"at Littleton,"-.-  said Gallup, poiutiug toward tho northwest with' hi6 whip. ."There's an old  mil ary camp there���������Fort Denver it  ,i: -ed to ho called. They're the,lads for  you if they'll do the job. S'pose it belongs to'the sheriff ,,hy rights', but it'll  take too long. He'd bo al' day gettiii  ready, and swearin out his warrants  and habbus corpses for Jack Doe and  Dick Boo. A dose o' cold lead is the  best-medicine for them fellers, and  theu you can 'rest them atlcnvards."0  "Fort Denver, you say?" queried  Chester, all ou 11 ro with impatience.  "Then drive, man, drive, as1 you love  your owu wife and daughters,"'  "Can you ride hossbackV" queried  Gallup.  "Yes; of course," was tho quick reply. '    *    "  "Then hold on a minute." So saying'  ho drove the wagon to tho sido of the  road, jumped down and began to nn-,  harness tlio team, Ives helping with  nervous haste, quickly divining the  honest fellow's intention. Kapiclly  knotting the traces and tho lines, they  each sprang astride an animal ami  started down the road at a hard gallop,  the dust rising in clouds behind thorn.  Oti they went for n couple of miles, and  then there loomed up right ahead the  trim while walls and the black muzzles of tho two howitzers belonging to  the little army post. A couple of sentries patrolled in front of the guardhouse and looked with wondering eyes  on tlie strange outfit scampering past.  "1 wish to speak with your commanding ofticer," said Ives. "Bo good  enough lo hand him my card and say  'tis a malter of life and death!"  "Yes, and it'll be wuss'n death if ho  lin'fc pritty durn lively," muttered Ben.  Then as the orderly turned away ho  "called after him: "Tell the cap'n Dallon gang's broke loose ag'in.   They've  sat silently chewing a straw,all this  while.  , "Like a plctur* book!" was tlie laconic reply. "Why, I was one o' the  last men to drive a pick In Bone  gulch!"  "Then you're the man we want,"  was the clinching answer. "How many  men shall you need, Crosby?"  "Scuse me, Cunnel Byng," broke in  Gallup, "them fellers won't be caught  asleep���������not by no means. They must  be took unawnres. You'll want two  squads at least."  "How many are in tho gang?" inquired the lieutenant of Ives.  "Not over 20, I should say. But let  me beg you to act quickly. Think of,  those poor women in the clutches of  such miscreants!"  "Rely upon it. Mr. Ives, all shall be  done that can be done, and that immediately. Tou will accompany the troops,  I presume?"  "Mos't assuredly!" was the reply.  "Then In that' case permit me to offer  you a mount and while tbe men are  falling in you may as well refresh  yourself. From what you say there is  ample time. Tis not yet 12 o'clock.  The two watchers will uot begin lo expect your friend Filley for three or  four hours yet. and In any event they  could not be back in Bone gulch before  sunset, as they said. So your people  are safe till thou or even till tomorrow  morning.    Dallon   wants' the  money.  more than anything else, and he won't  proceed to extremities until he is convinced there is no hope of getting the  ransom." ���������  'T trust it may be as you say," said  Ives. ���������       ���������     '  .. In less than an hour there rode forth  n'. little company of mounted troopers,,  seasoned fighters ail of them, numbering exactly 20, under the command of  Lieutenant Crosby. By his side,on either hand rode Chester Ives and Ben  Gallup, tlie former much refreshed after a bath and a brush down. Thus, it  ydll be seen, the expedition'numbered  Just 2:: men.  All that day the little force rode  southward over the hot and dusty Colorado trail, treading their tortuous  path among the" foothills, piloted by'  Ben Gallup. At sunset they were less  than two miles from-Bono gulch. acA  cording lo Ben,.but as it was then too  late to think of attacking that night  the expedition proceeded to bivouac.  No fires were kindled for fear of betraying their presence to any r<l. Jim  Dallon'fl pickets.  stole a railroad train!    Guess" that'll  CAREFUL   MOTHERS-  Should Always,he prepared to Prompt -  ly Treat   the   "Minor Ailments of.  Their  Little Ones'.  No.mother can .hope that her child-  Ven will escape all   the minor ailments  t hat alllict little   ones,,and she shouk:  he prepared to treat these ills instantly when   the   emergency   arises.,   Ai  thc same time0 mothers cannot he tin  careful what they give their little ones,  in the way of medicine.    Doctors liavi  long protested   against   the use of tin.  so-called "soothing"   preparations a no  they are still used   and with alarm "m*  frequency hy 'mothers.    These preparations   invariably     contain     opiates  which drug and stupefy the little ones  into temporary   quiet   or  sleep.    Fo:  ill the minor ills of little cues there ;.*���������  no medicine, acts so speedily as Baby's  ���������Jwn Tablets and   they are sold under  a guarantee to   contain   no  opiate oi  other harmful  drug.     Thousands   i-  mothers now  use   no   other medicim  for their little ones,   and all who liai  tested it speak of   its prompt and safi  aclii n in   the   wannest   terms.   Mrs.  Geo.    ll.    Kilgore,   Wellwood,   Dm.  -ays:���������"I have used   Baby's Own Tabids in my house for   some time and I  can   sincerely say   that   they are tin  nest medicine I, have cver.u.sod for si .���������  .ittlcones.   They   act   promptly aim  the lesults  are   always   beneficial.  ' i  think mothers should keep these 'lai -  .:ets constantly in the house."  Baby's Own Tablets arc a positi..  cure ''or ,siich troubles as colic, sou:  stomach. ' indigestion, constipation,  .simple fevers, diarrhoea and worms,  they break up colds: prevent croup,  and allay the irritation accompanying  the flitting of   teeth.,.    Sold by drug  J. MALY'S GARDEN.  A Successful Fruit   and Vegetable  Grow r.  J. Maly, who took up a villo lot or.  the Big "Bend wagon road, just outside  the city boundary, lias made a great  success of his gardening oper.itions  during the four years he has occupied  the land, and is showing what can he  done with small farming in the vicinity of Eevelstoke. A review of his last  season's operations is interesting.  During the season lie marketed fifty  crates strawberries, 600 lbs. tomatoes,  large quantities of celery, potatoes,  cabbage and other vegetables. O;  cabbage he grew specimens up to 25  pounds in, weight. In celery the kind  raised was the Paris Golden! a self-  blanching variety that Mr. Maly find?  do well here. lie had great succes?  with early potatoes, and after marketing the crop he raised a second  crop of Swede turnips on the saint  patch of ground.  A great success is made of raisin*,  onions by planting theseed.in August,  placing,brush over the young plant?  in winter to protect them from tin  frost, and transplanting them firs-  thing in the spring. Last year he had  the crop on the market by August  11th. The, varieties grown are tin  Giant, Rocker and Welsh Hed, lie  has tried the Red Wcatherfield. Yellow Denver, Dutch, but has not found  these give satisfactory crops. Kim  crops of turnips, parsnips, and othci  vegetables were grown and Mr. Mali  will make a speciality of small fruits  lis , strawberries, raspberries, etc  Apples promise.-to do well. Foui  year-old trees- raised and grafted l\\  Mr. Maly himself have made wondcr-  ���������'ul growth, and he is satisfied this  valuable fruit can he successfully  giown here. " Plots of raspberries and  currants have been planted out.  Mr. Maly's lot consists of eight  acres and the site is favorable for early  spring, his small fruits being a fortnight ahead of any others on the. local  uarket. Mr. Maly is a florist Intrude, and in the open season his  garden is a pretty sight with its wealth  of flowers.- Thc show of dahlia blooms  last fall was very fine. Mr. Maly has  hegun'the erection of a glass house  oO feet in length and will devote attention to the higher grades of horticulture, probably opening a shop in  the city for the, sale of flowers, seeds,  etc.  Night was her' Terror  anii.  would   eougli   ncarl  " write.*, Mrs. Chat  Alexandria,    Ind.  ���������'et any sleep:    1  holler \Y  as though  crusher!"  Chester  cumbered  deed,     A  have seenii'!  , pnrisuti.     . , '.*���������'������������������  "How far are we from Denver?" was  his first lin'iulry. .'..'.  "Matter o' :iu miles orso. Want to  git tliarV '.lump, iqi then!" was the  cheery "luvl.uulou.   So I ves duiubercj  hobbled down the rock in-  bnnk. 'a sorry spectacle ln:  "gentleman Iraiiip", wo.iild  Beau I'riiniinel by com-  fetch hini." he chuckled.    -   '-,     .,  In loss Mian (JO seconds.appeared the  oIIicer..of'the day. Lieutenant Crosby,  holding between Uiiiuib and I'oretlnger  the limp, and water soaked piece of  pasteboard which Ives had sent hi."  "This is Mr. Ives. I presume," he  said, addressing lhe New Yorker aiul  looking with polite amazement at his*  sorry plight  "Yes. sir, and this is Ben Gallup, a  leamster who picked me up on the road  a few miles norlli of this place more  dead than alive. The case is most ur-'  gent. Several women are iu peril at  the hands of the Dallon gang."  ''Pray step tills way, Mr. Ives." was  the'courteous request, and seats'were  given them, while a messenger was  dispatched to rouse Colonel Byng, the  commandant. They had uot long to  wait. The mere mention of the Dallon gang, its Bon Gallup had .suriniset't,  was enough, and the orderly returned  almost Immediately to say they were 'to  proceed to the colonel's quarters.  They found that ollicer just finishing  his breakfast, and after the ueecssiiiry  ( introduction Chester proceeded to tell  1 his thrilling story, which was punclnr**  ,ed with sundry exclamations of "11:1V  and "So!" from the attentive soldier.  .  "Well. Mr. Ives," 1K said as the former ceased, pulling "Ms gray mustache,  . "strictly speaking, this i.s no affair for  ��������� the  military arm;   'tis a job for the  [ sheriff.   But I'll taJ:o the responsibility  and do tiie explaitwng afterward.   Can  you   guide   us  to   (he  mouth   of  the  cave?"  "I'm afraid nu*,. *,ir," was the reply.  "We were blhxll'rvldcd after leaving  the cars, and I ina<io my exit hy a totally different rout>\ as you see," he  ended, ruefully loqfripg down at hi?  shapeless garments.. ���������' "���������'-.  ��������� "I presume your water tunnel is not,  available.as a base of attack?*'  "!' should say :uot," replied Ives,  "even If I could fia'ri Hie mouth of it  again, lylilch Idfwbt."  "Do you kncinv* tine locality?" Colonel  Byng inquired, tunj'Dg to. Gallup, \vuo-  .'I: is at  o.nd  !o cents - a  box.  or sent*  nn receipt of price by a'ddies  '"* .- Mr Williams'* Medicine ('������.. ;';���������  villo, put'.    ���������  iy   all   on  Applcg.il.-.  "and could nap!1  had   consumption ��������� '  ���������u-icl that if I    walked   a block 1 wool'  ougli frightfully and   spit.bloi-d, but  when all other   medicines failed, thrci  jW.OOhottJes  of  1)?.   King's  New l)i.-  ���������OVery Wholly    onr'til-*. inu ami  I yium:.'.  iS pounds.'* It's' absolutely guaran  .eed to cure Coughs. Colds, La Grippe  Ironchitis and  all   Throat  and Luiif;  .'roubles.    Price  :")0  cents and  !j51.0p  'rial bottles free at the Canada Drue  i'z Book Co's. drug store.  RE-DISTRIBUTION.  The Bill Before   the   Legislature  On Friday   the   Government   intr. -  -luccd their re-distrilmtion bill.    Th *  ��������� royides for  an   increase   of meinlv,  lijp'from .'IS' to A2.    Tw'O members at.  nkeii fruin the Island, North .N'anain.,  electorate being   cancelled and Esqiii-  iuinli losing a   member.    Yaneuuvo.  ..els   .-iniither    member.      "-''iilh-e ���������  ivootenay is   subdivided   to   mo ei  Miuiciicips.      Rossland   .ami    >.e.s<,  ��������� ities each get a   member, and Soul.  >iest   Kootenay   gets   two   additional  embers, the Boundary   and Kossl.iin'  .iral districts being created separati,  constituencies. Tlie old Nelson dis-  :riot outside the city is represented by  i new constituency called Yniir. Tin  northern portion of Revelstoke is ai-  before, but , the lOUthern portion i-.  much altered,. Ferguson, Trout Lake.  Nakusp and Fire Valley being cut out.  Hie Lardeau   and   Nakusp are addc'  "-'loo.iiii,   and    Fire   Valley   g"<*������ '  Ymir.  Advertisements under this heading  will be published at one cent per word  per issue.    Cash with order.  WANTED���������To sell ah excellent ranch  Well situated to market. Stock  and implements can be had at  valuation." For particulars apply  to ofiice of the Kootenay Mail.  WANTED���������Your order    for  visiting  cards.    Fifty ladies' or gent lem'eii'.s  cards  supplied   and   printed   for  ���������    $1.00   at ' the    Kooti:.\\\y   .Mail  i   priii ting ofiice.  WANTED���������Engineers, Firemen. Machinists and" .Electrician send for  '10-page pamphlet containing  questions asked hy Examining  Board of Engineers to obtain Engineer's license.     Address Geo. A.  , Zcller, Publisher, III S. lth-SI.  St. Louis, Mo. U. ,S. A.  WANTED���������Ladies and gentlemen en  joy   your   evenings   at   home by  making  twelve  dollars' por week.  Send  your address' and two cent  stamp to Box 2(5*>, London, Out.  WANTED���������To sell A 1 Hardy Cab  huge. Plants. JiOc. per 100. ."00 foi  $1,1000 $2.50; Magoon, Laxion",**  Competitor. Sharpless and Clyde  strawberries, $1 per 100. Shipped  to any part of the Province. Cata-  r loguc, of' nursery stock free on  application. Alt. Tolmie Nursery,  Victoria, IJ. C.  W'AN'TEI") - SKVKIIAL I'KUSONS OK  -hiirautur and good rupiiUlion in eiiuli sl.ite  lono in Lliiis county required) to reiiruscaauml  iilvorlisu old. established wealthy business  untie of sound lin.inoial .sianiliiitf. Salary SIS  .vo.rkly with expellees iiddilion.il, all payable  n e.l.sh e.icli \Vednei-day direct, from head  .(Ileus-. Horse and carriage furnished, when  'iece<;sary. Itefei-enees. Km lose sell-addres-ed  ��������� lamped envelope. Manager, 3H> I'uxlon  'iiilfliiijr. CJiiciKO.  IBS,  Plants, Bulbs.  (���������REENHOUSE PLANTS,  for Spring Planting.  Clean certificate from   inspector.  CUT FLOWERS.  AGRICULTURAL  IMPLEMENTS,  BEE SUPPLIES,  FRUIT BASKETS,  FERTILIZERS,  Catalogue Free  M. J. HENRY,  iiOOO   Westminster  Road,   Vancouver.  'o      , Wiiitk Lahoie O.vi.v.  Wright porritt,  PHOTOGRAPHER.  "Development of .plates ,-ind'filiiis for  ��������� Mi.ileiii's   iindelt.-ikenJ-    Ti'tuis  (ill ap-  lie-iiiim.     D.-o'-k   muni   (temporarily)  Ciii'.-idn Dni" ami LJuok Co.  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  *  * TliereKiilawneetinj,'.-  aie held in Him .Masonic Temple. Uoiimt  AZZ7  r>^    *. TiaTl,  on ' the   thii  3Mond.iy    in'eael  fiSininnlli   at   fc  p.   in.  Visiiinu   briillirun  cordially weloonied.  (lOHDO.V   Siuao-u-AKY  ItEVELSTOKE LODGE. I. O. O. F.  No.  fl. 3. WILSON*, N'.tl  Regular meetings are hole  n Oddfellows' Hall over-  Thursday iiighl'ut, <h'kIi  o'elook.   Visiting brnl.hci  cordially welcomed.  .   .I.,A. STONE, t: ,1- I*'. -  ���������UNION  CIGAR*  FACTORY.  B R A N DS^~7"������3S3S!S*&-  "Our Special" & "fhe Union."  H. A. BROWN' PROP.  REVELSTOKE,      -     -    B. 0.  Jas. iv'.Wood row,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer \r\^~2*axanfiZ^*'  BEEP,,   PORK.  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.1  .All orders promptly filled.  1EVELST0KE,' B. C, aC'.W/  ���������iBliXJBS l.'"������GE.  . SAXTOX. N. I.  NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets every TlH'sil.i  uM-mim in Milltnl.  Hall ill .-> ii'cln.i! .  Visaing bri-lliren eoi-  di.illy invited lo iil-  lend.,  .I.'MATIIIK, Mi  aoid'nange Lodge  , K. of P.. No. 2C, '  Rcvelstoke,    -    B. C.  Mods every Wulncs-  dny in (lil<lji.Hows' Jlai!  .U. .s o'clock. Visilinj.  ICii'kIus invited.  S. SIcliiiN.M.n. f'. C  \\\ WlNSOK,  THE- OKIY  ffttlff"  1    -o,  WsihirtdWI  ������������.*������������������  Soman ,  (JjlllflBIA.!  AC-C-  ^'���������flsi-JNOlnci  irpieur co-insii-rm  II. i:?-.  Trains Leave Revelstoke:  Eastbound 8:20,.-  Westbound 17:30  Southbound 8:10  Tonu.-T car sp:rvice tu  r*i.   Paul���������Daily.  -  Montreal tt Bonton���������Friday? "  Toronto���������.Sundays & Wednesday.*-1.  Low Rate Tickets now on Sale from  Eastern Points.  DIHECT    STEAMSHIP    3EKVICK  from    Vancouver '-to  CHINA.. J A PAX/ *"  AUSTRALIA, ALASKA.  Pa.-senj.'er- ticket.-   to  nil   points nt  lowest rate*.    For full information a.i\d '  particulars apply to nearest agent.  E. J. COYLE,   ' TV W. BRADSHAW,  A.G.P.A., '       Agent,  VANCOUVER.    '   REVELSTOKE.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS,  Royal Mali Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  AIA.AS I.IXK-Kl-om Si. John.  Corinthian -      -      - '   -  Xiimidiiin ���������      -      ���������  ,   -  Ionian -     ' '-    i.  I'iiiisinn    ' ...  Tunisian   DOA1IXION LINE-From  Dominion -      -      ��������� '   ���������  March ih.ii  -   15th  -      -    V i'Jnrt  ���������'   29������1i  April ark  PortldUiJ.  - .Mvreti Slk  -   April 1J(*  . John,  March UMi  '���������       HS'li  April UWh  HKAVKI! LIXK-Kroni St.  fl.irth C'i-tlo     -   - -  U-ike Ontario  Like Superior  Pii'-pnireP) ticketed through to nil' parta tt  Great hril.-iin and Ireland, and at spcolftlly low-  rates to all parts of tlie European continent.  Apply lo ncarcil railway or steamship a3001 Or  to  W. BRADSHAW,  T.  Agent, Rovelstok*.  TIIMIIE]  .!>. ib'.. ������������������Arch-.r''  or ������>. ,b*.   ������ Lanitmi."  Standard remedy for Gleet,  < GonorrhcEa and Runnings  IN A3 HOURS.   Cures Kidney nnd Bladder Troubles.  MIDY  FOR SALE.  A t-plondid busim'Si-*  iiiiicks-mt:  i.s tor t-ale.  1 t-hop, lioii'i  Apply to  REBACiUATI;  Dortuniiy.*  li('H,V,(';  iHt.u  iNDUSThlALNQ  Rowland 'Brittaiu, 1'ateutt .Mtoincy  -. ancouvcr. reports:���������.lolm Kellinp  ion, of New 'Westminster, received  lliis week Canadian Patents on lii-  iwo latest inventions���������a niacliine foi  washing nans, and one for depositing  .1 nienisiii'pcl quantity of salt in each.  These machines are marked hy then  extreme simplicity and practical dc-  sign which arc cliiiracteristic feature-  of this inventor's work, and wean  pleased to learn that a half interest  in each patent has hcen assigned to  Messr*. Ewen it Mnnn, of >'cw Westminster, mid the machines w:i:  prolinhly he manufactured and placei',  on the market hy the Solumki  .Machine Work* of that city.  The Topic pays Mr. Clink has let a  contract for getting out 300.000 feet of  logs, which will give him an availahle  cut of half a million feet. Three large  buildings are about to be erected in  Trout Lake���������the Oddfellows Hall,  Hospital and J. W. West fall's residence.  Const millers will raise the price of  lumber 50 rents a thousand, and also  the pi ice, of shingles.  McMahon Bros-, have inrorporatcd  their shingle mill business under thc  Companies Act with a capital of  .���������f 10 0 JO.  A Horrible  Outbreak  "Of large .sores on my little daughter's head' developed into a case of  scald-head," Writes C.j J). Ishill of  Morg.mton, TennJ, "but Bticklen's  Arnica Salve completely; cured her."  It's a guaranteed. curci for Eczema,  Tetter. Salt, Rheum, Pimples,' Sores,  I'leeis and Piles. Only 25 cent** at  Canada Drug k Book Co,  r-yorfdiu. A'-'i  i  i-  r.v*'  ,^"  hen* s no   rest    lor    ,.  -{.���������   workers���������Mr.   Kin;:  ills.     Millions are ,il way.*  . m-jiiil   l.iver,   Jaundice,..-'. V  1','wr .ind   Ague.     Thry' banish ���������nu.  I ieadache, drive  out;*'.)!niacin.    Nevci  ;ripe or   weaken." ' "  Hi':.'  work wonders,  it Canada Druj  Small  Try   Ihem.  it Book Co.  taste  nice,  2ii  cents  Save /our Snov/shoe Tags.  i ii.- in.i-i pi.|iii hi  I   iii.iri-u    In    (.'.iii.'iil  ���������Joll."     E> i-l V pliin  i ������������������.Siiow.-Iiim*" 'Vnji.  Ill,lllll III l.'lll-^ lll^  i ii.-ilin i- "Pay  ���������I "Pay Roll" ii.-.iii-  (Jiiiimihii I-.- sin uhi  -.1 l I*   t IlI'M*  l.-lgs.lls VII | (III llll' I lll*s(*ll I ���������! III I'  .ri Veil  lot' I lll'lll.     Tllgs    ;||'e    itinill  lip lli  ���������Jan. 1st,   1903.      Write   I'm r  m*\������  lu-i raii'd |������������������������������������������������������innm Cilalniiiii*. Tin  ���������:-n|iire   Ti'Iimci-m   ('���������>     I.ol. \\'iiiiii|n-y  Biimcli, Winnipeg, Man.  E. W. 13. Paget, Prop.  I ininpl  (K'liu*i\  uf .p iii els, liagg;  ���������re. to any imrt of the Git}.      'J J J  \ny Rind of Tpansfupring  Undertaken. s  j.  All oi-d.-i-s left at. H M Siiiyi  Tohai'ci' Store, or by Telephone,,NV  ���������\ il!  i'.'i*ej\ >��������� |ii'niiip| '-il t( nt nm.  lliv nuist i-.uiiii.i'i,' llcaltli ricsort-iiir  I lie iiiuii inciil ol N n i ill Aiiifiicii..' .Silll;  iilt-il iniil-i -(.���������������������������iii'i-y. ninn,ill, il I'm* j;ran-  iluur. Uiiiiiinj,'. I-'i.sImmk, l.\.-i'ii*siuii.-s.  KkiiriiiK anil ijliiiullnc lie-.irli.-nL I'liy.  Moiiin and Niiisi*. Tcli.f,'i.i|iliiu i.-oiii-  iiiiiiiicaliuii wiih nil 'p.iiisei ili(M-.'(irlil.  f u<i iiiiilNaiTiM! nnd (Ilp.iii every ilny;  1 Is lint In euro nil nui-\hiis nnd niii.Ji;iili'ii'  fllsi'iise-: its wiil.'irs Ileal nil Kidney.  Liver mid Sioio.ioli nilim iii������. nnd eline  iimle all iiiuliiliu poisiiiis 11 om -llu* .sy.s-  li'iii. Ils wmuiv, cniiiinl lie  lin- llu ir Iic-iIi'iik virl in s.  ��������� Foil LADIES O.n-lt.  Relieves Pain and is a Safe,  Reliadle Monthly regulator  Sti]ioripr to A])iol, Pennyroyal and Tansy.  ',' Agents :.,L'Yjr'AV, Sdn-j & Co., 3rontrc.il.  Special   Winter Terms :  Per Week.  $12  ���������.nriiiii-snd  io  $15  Oook's Cotton Root Oompounfl  la succe=s[ully nsod monthly by over  J10.000 Ladies. SafcofTcctual. Ladies ask  _ your.drURKist for Cook's Cotton Root Compound. Take no otllcr, as all Mixtures, pills and  imitations aro dangerous. 1'i-ioo, No. l,?lper  box: No. a, 10 degrees stronger.J3 per box. K".  1 or 2,malledon receipt of price and two 8-cenS  .stamps. The Cook Compnnv Windsor,Ont.  tSf'Noa. l aiid 2 sold and recommended by all  reujiousible Druggists in Canada.  ��������� N'o.l.iuid'No. 2 im* -nliI nt I rout Like liv I *  :T; .���������ViV.v.'iiiiflfut. lit \ '-.luke liy \Y. Mew,, (i*. K.  Ciirl.is. iui(l.(.'nii;id.i. lJiii},'i*c Itiiuk Co. I)nnf[;Nl-  ;,.*a?r^->353������GS*iKicr3.'ijsaa-5sss  '/������������������vV-iPE'liLEWsHARVEY,  BRYANT     &.    GILMAN,  ��������� '.*,- ; ;    ��������� Vr.aooiivcv, C. C.  liiinnhiK belween Arrowliend. TliomnHu ���������  LnmliiiKiind Coinaplix, eoinmcncinK Oct. Ht*.  IMI. will .-nil n- follow.-, (weather ptrniltling):  Lcive Arrowliend for-Tliomson's Landhir  iikI Coiiiniilix twice daily at 10k. and 15V.  Leave Comiplix and Thom-on's Landinffoi-  Arrowhead twice daily ut, 7.15k. and I2.1Jk.  Makin-,' clo-e connections with nl] C. I*. R.  'rains am! boaK  The owner.-- rc.-crve the riflit lo change t.lmt*������  ���������il'i-.-iilinfe'.- without notice. <-  l'i IK l-'KICIl I'.OHINSON LUMHKR CO. L'TU.  i". aoniNso.v,"  ManapiiR Director;  To Trappers  'Ra'w Furs Boiighv  Cash Prices Paia  F.  Exporter of Purs.  J. O'SULLIVAN, F. C. S. &c.  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER,      -  By Examination.  Established 1897.    '  As-nyor   for  Cii   years   willi   VIVIAK   Jt  riO.NS, .Swnn-cn.   Assays and complete analy-  -I--ni.uli; of all kinds  ot  ore,*-,  clay-, coak and  Kuruace product.-.   Umpire  work a specialty.  Charge.--  Moderate.  ���������120 Kich.'ii'ds .-struct.  Yiinconver.  TradBmorBi  nnd OopfrtdWTk  obtiiinid in all coantrlea. .  PATENTS  " obtiiinid in all c  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attoritey  Micli.-uiteal     KiiBincer    and     DrirflglitPtirUli,  H.mk of  IL S*. A. Buildings. IlarfMngs SWW������.  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.    ������  A postcnnl  will securo an evening KTjpciBV-  iiit nt for tho-e who cannot, call malng Ww Mf.  j iljftJin.A!  !UJVilr^U;ML  !:������t  ���������"Mill  ::-i i t-ii'j  Wood's Phosptodin-9,  Tests. Sinclter Tosls  ���������:-.VV'V.   ''.Up, lo 4C00 Ibf.  Oheckirig Smelter Pulps a Specialty  "'���������'������������������ Have You a boulitful Piece if Rook?  ''���������'���������:  . 'We'll.Tc'l You vih.it' it is  vV FREE OF  CHARGE.  Tin Grent English KemeAy.     ,  Sold and recommended by all  drugplata in Canada. Only-Tollable medicine diBcovcrea.  6bt  .    _  _ packages guaranteed to eura *U  form3 ol Sexual Weatness, all effects of sbost  or excess, Jlontal Worry. Eicesslvo nse of Tobacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on recetp* '  of price, one packaw tl, six. %5.  One itHUptone,  ttzioUicurc.   Pamphieta free to any addreM.    ,  Tlio 'Wood Company, Windsor, Ont.  WooiTj PltO-1'IUilHM-.  liyC.',iii,iilii|l)rin; ,v Huok  \\'. I'fw-. :inn uy l-'r-nni-T.  Dl'IIKItl-l*.  THE  i* ->oM in lli-vi'L-jioke  ("o..(:. K. Ci rti*-, and  Ahcy at Trtint l.-.i!ce.  Anchor Wire Fence  lie;  A liniitud niimbc'i- of pupils will be  tii-:c*ii���������iii.sti-iictiiiii either pin no or  nrgiin���������piiinn iir'id'crrod. l'**or terms  npply to Mi.**s Kcnner nt the msidcncu  nl* 'l-r'. Oorik, Fon>������h HLrwl.  ^imiAN'S   BUSINESS   COLLEGE  Opposite Hotel Vancouver,  PRINCIPAL, MISS E. RICHARDS.  Slio'-thand. Typewrit"iib, Jlookkot-piiiK. Tclc-  Ki-iiphv and Ai*<:li:t<*i*l ui-i'l Di-uwinjf. (Jrailu-  .itc^ from iliiscjullcfirM'ciii'rbii-t nppuiiiliiicnti.  Iiic1u**ivi* icrini Im- Ijoaidi'i's SHO p>.-r niuntli.  ODDFELLOWS   BALL.  Selkirk Hall, April 1st 1902.  A ball 'unclcT (lu;;inispiccs of Si!l-  kirk I.odp' 1-  ������V 0. F. will ho held  a.*i nbovc.     .Admission   I{i2.    Ticdets  'may he  obtiiincd   ,-if the different  . stores*.  J. MATH IE,  Secretary, ���������-..  FARWELL ESTATE.  The clini'inlni; n���������idi.-nliul .ind kiihIiiii li-iu:!;,  Iii*l\vui'ii Tn piling'.-, and l.oni;'*-, mil Iiu'miIi-  (lividcil ii-. miuii ns pu-'s|h||., .,,��������� ,.  G.   M.   SPROAT.  !'. O. linv L'.i. ViLliiiin, II. C.  Kainloops, B.C.  MALOPY''-���������& MALONEY Props.  and  Vijl  Order- left nl, U*. JI. I.iiwrciiuc'-i : *  pronipllyattundcd to.  Tuluplinnu N'ii. .'l'i.  H. COOK & CO. PROPRIETORS.  RANCH FOR SALE  At Notch Hill  nlimit, half a milii fruin Min.aliiliim. Onu linn,-  dri'd und llft.y*llvi!. iicriw. iiKNtly rich bottom  In nd. k'o'mI piirl.'cleiiiiMl nnd drniiicd. * Siimll  dwelling house contniiiin-,' live, riiunis. Hum.  nnd hay shed, poultry 'Iioiikos; c-nttle nhod. ci:l-  lin-ti. etc. lion; land iidjoiniiig niny be oljtnincd  if required.  Koi-KJiln, iiIho. Ill ncrcs of oxcnlldiil. lnndon  purl; of which Is (,li������ Inwusltf, nf XotalrlUII.  . For parUijinlftrs npply to       ,-'   .  TRELOAR BROS.  .This lii>l (Jin-- hotel i- ninlcr i-n-  lii-ely tie\V in.ih.itreiiieiit .-ind Jim*-  been   ���������i'cdi.'c'cini'o d   nnd    rciinvaicil  l.lll-(Hlt.llOl|t. ��������� '  Good Stabling,  Finest Stock of Wines  '& Liquors: Q,net Rend ing and  Smoking Rooms.  RATES:    SI 00 to S2.50 per day.  C.0:uthett, A.R.C.Sc.  Analytical Chemist, Provincial Assaycr  cioid!....*.:.'.*.: * i 'm  Silver........ .- ..1 00  Lend A. A, ..-      . .       1 IH)  Copper. .*'.. .'.*,;..-. .    1  ii"  Gold iiiid/riilver     1 .r)<)  (Jlold, Silver and Cupper .......    2 M  Conlnil ii-*.-.".iys; ciiinpli'te annlyi-in oi  Ore!-, (.'onbij etc.,* eoni'x-ntr.-itichi ,-ind  Aiiiiiljrniiintidii tci-tH.  ^^"'.Kesn'lts  oi* nssays by_ .rctiirn  of  in n i  ���������������������������li-on'ie.st. che;i|H*rft  i/o.-t   rill   rotttui fence  devised.        l^i^Ually  j iulnptnlile for any jmrpusf.  1 Hunch.   Fnrin   or  (Jarden  Feiieing.     b'inijile ol" eon-  i-lriic(ioi)   ami   (.'a.-ily   put  up.  TiiB B. C. Anchor Fern Co. Ltd;  o.  Head OlHcc:  I'. SKIUNK  Vancouver, B. C.  M.AN'AiTWK.  CO R I-l KSPOX DKXCK SOLICITED.  IhI.'uhI, A.-<������iiy OHice. Kmnloopi B, C,  Mining & Legal Purposes  Transfers, Option:*, rowers  of Attorney. Stationery.  Declarations, Proxies, etc.  can.be obtained at the .  ..Kootenay MM! Offiee..  AlJI r . t  ������S3 THE KOOTENAY MAIL
It may be too late
lVi-hat..-*. a little stimulation
of., tlie,;'scalp will revive* the
dormant hair and renew nature'.*; covering for  the head.
In Case  of Dandruff and
Falling Hair" use
Cokes
Dandruff Cure
Olid of the very beast..
Agents here.:
CANADA DRUG
Revelstoke B. C.
DIED.
Moon���On .March  22nd  at   Montreal
'James   I food, iged 14, husband of
IJo��anna Ifood, of Ilovelstokc.
J*f\-.}ioi:i:���At Keyehstoke, March 25.
John Utinsiiiorc, aged 31 years, 10
month*!.
Hoiiu-;���At Rcvelstoke on Marcli 2(Jtli*
Laura, daughter of G. Hobbs, aged
.   ' -S years.
The funeral will take place at 2 p in.
'i'ijod Fiiday. '      ��� \>.
. _ i_."   . :_        _*    'jju
& GENERAL.
'A. JJ'J--FreslrJgJi'oc erica at;A;'N. Smith'-,
A������;���;' * j;;,'Patroni/e Jfonic'SocietiesVanci go to
: J., yci-he" Concert;' ahd, Dance' on -April 2nd
������J:*;'ov;J.TJioJGuiiViCIubi will: probably, open
���*:'i,;; Jthiiir.soiiiiJiri'to-inorfowJ'; ::* ;"*;'*'.:*.
.';���" Afhfc* -population*;'.; of   J,he;^ proposed
A. rieetorate:of> Eevelstokel,A2,361 JJ'V
,,J J* J.". The British  Government, have.a de-
;;.;;;*::-ticiL of;*I12,000,000 foiVtbeJyear. A*
'''., V ��� J.; J Canada ^oilers ;,'iiJ'JfourthV contirigont
V"A;^:.:oaJthousarid,men.Jf6i-JSouth 'Africa.
A':'"'V'!"';''V*?'?.P,sJ'''s^'ulA"v'^je V:tstkeu:;Vt'oflorgn:nibe
J:*.;. .sports .iii   ihe*vciryJfor:J;yictoriaV:and
A jADoiiiiiiionJDayfi*. VJ.*     :A AV AA-S;-, ' J
A;���*��� ���������ATlferois' nojiiews; to-hand . as: y<jfc re-
iA:'- .Liiirding theJa'ccept;iiicex>f a tender foi
A;.;, -tlie drill halhat, Revektoke. VV;:j'&A
���:'���;.:,a 'V.Sec;, Tity.lor;.'&.'.'Gcbrgc'H Vuewly im-
''A';:jtoi-t,ed' stock,: of; Easter.,; gloves, ready-
.:A] Jiiiide ..-Vi 1 k'b 1 ouscs and:*ai 1 k "skirts.V, o
"7jA"''';/- V-V.VcQiitTiici:;; Jja'ss"*'',:beeh*"-: made'-wifeli .<
'jyeatflej/iriir to raiseJ*': the V-Tslandcr for
Vv threeVfoprt Irs of her;vahip;';;*; JAs.:'
J.;A';:V-IJJ.Jc6llowtiy;lia�� ���lot'tp, D.^McQarthy
;:: 'a*' eontrtictV; for '.-���'.' the' J addition,,;.* offchieo
,'-,J l-.Ji.oihs anda verandah to Hit residence
; '';;;::;.Cit^:Owiiership of water and light at
.-���Ai'lvtrnJ^
Retail tobacconists are in for a g(.*
time. Tbe British Trust oilers i
tn-tomei-, .' *-h,ne of the juolit*- and
bonu- oi !ji2r<0,000 and ihe Anienc
Tub.Kco Company oH'ei*>to dn id'' un
the Kl.tilei** tin whole ol it-* pioln
and $1,000,000 dining the next iou
u-.ui
Wc have   to thank J   F  Smith, mm
ritmj of the Kaniloop* Bo.odof Ttadt
loi   -ewi.il   capie-***   of   the pamphlet
ii-aied bj the Bo.ud  dcn-ciiptive of the
"Nuith Thomson loute to Hoi-*ell.\   The
I pamphlet ii ,m inteie-Umg pioduction
ind well piintedat tlie Stand.nd pi ess
| We shall be glad to distnbute the
copies we ha\e to those it-quiring
thcni
The school tm-itee-j and city council
held a   joint   meeting last e\ening re-
gaiding -cliool   n attei-*,   when it,  war
dicided   to   point   out  to the government that the pic-enl school building-,
weie valnele-.-., and that a piomi-c had
been made lo pi ice   Kivektoke   in  as
good a jiodtion  a-,  ug,tided buildings
as   otbei    cities       It   was deudod to
apjily to  thc  government   lor $1111,000 ���
tow.ud-the  eic( tion of new  building*]
a** the minimum   sum  lequncd     Aid
Manning and If nine weie ijipomted to i
co-opeiate with the School Tiiiilee-, in
in i.inging for sue foi new building*.
���Kiesh eggs ai A X Smith'**
Don't make any appointments loi
A pi 11 2nd The Co**giove oichestia
aie (oming heie that night and will
give a conceit and li houi dance, undei
the auspice-? of the Tiish Social and
Benevolent Society which piomi**e-. to
be the tie.it of thc season
U a meeting of footballers .\t F.
Bxnwi's cigar stoie last evening II
Douglas piesicled A committee was
appointed to get np a petition of: rate-,
payers': in favor of a recreation ground,
committee :tiV,consist, of *K. Dodd,'T.
C.u-ey, B.VCriclcV; W^Can;.*WVJSmytlie
.md'F.* Brown, ItJwa'S decided; to 'for hi'.
a football*cltii)^vith.VCaptJ';Taylorhon.;
j)iesiden.t;,JGrant 17:i 1K,, president* ;TI.r
\ lirdu'ii,-.* v-ieeTpresidcni; W... Smythe,.
secyV/^ind"'li;. Douglas, 'treivs. V;;T:.Garcy
was appointed captain pro t cm. J A
If*J tlie" saying,: ':Tho   hest'. is; the'
cheapest,;''iipplies,to anything,: it..'dries ������
to insurance.  ^InsuranceJ with whicjlr
you' take^any chahees, is farJwbrseVthan
nq, in'sii r; i nee a t a 11','.''..*'. Fi re  1 o'sses", 11aye
beenvvery heavy,'a.'id' the  sign of the
poor. : insiirance.  coiiipah'y is; ".Cheapj*
insurance,'*.,.: J. J. :J.':*.'.Vo.''*������*���'���   J.Ji V*..6*'*'V;*. -A
D
Th?   Terr no're Case.
���J'o'Tiik. Knfro'K:
Dear Sir:���ln(
'li'nd subscrilK-d'
connection   wi'th the
by.resideiits of Kevcl-
last week : , Mr. Houston','pointing at
Mr. Curtis,"That is the greatest fraud
>vho e.ver sat. in the.legislature' ofjirit-''
ish Golumbia'.." 1 Iiiiiorable^lcnibei-s
���" Hear, hear," and'l.-uighter. ",. ,'.,:���"���
!.. ^l,r. Gil-uoiii- Ii.-i,*? introduced 'a bill to;
provide .that employes 'may require'
their .eiMiiloyer to (leduct. froni-their.'
wages  a,  sum for..medical service,.and
HESKSfiS
S5SSS
an*
-tokc and vicinity foi the benelit ot ojcIi employe shall have the right of
Iihnilo Teirenoire the* little boy who selection of his medical uwn
met with such an unfortunate'aeci- Thr delegates from the Associated
dent nc.u Twin Butte List-pring and l]onnls of Trade interviewed the gov-
held m tiust,���kindly allow me to (-rnment at Ottawa and urged varia-
puhlibh through the midimn of voui tion of the lead refinerv bonus, increase
jiajier, that this money has been 0f duty on lead jiroducts, and A.n tulih-
transferred to Mr Vaur, * well-known , tional member in the Commons for
and Tvealthy Touri-t, who bomg out | Yale-Cariboo
here at the time wa*-  much mteicatcd
in this case, and whose home is' near |
"thatof.the. little  boy. : ..Mr .���: Vaux will :
hold this* niohey: in   trust,; and ad- |
niihistei-'it as inteiidefl,,; by:tliose:wbo
scj) geniJirciusly..: coiii ributccl.; J "'Tlie following^is a cojiy'of ���Mr'. Vaux'saclciibw-
lcdgeiii'ent :,.���" *'���������'���' J..*. *.* ."-'���;       ;;.::'
Mr. 'T.   Kiipatrick,    Siipei'ihleiident;
���'���J*'"* Jlcvelsloke.'; V; '������,. ���.'���";..'.     *   :������".. -s^,'-,'.
DfNir Sir:-���1  beg 'leave;,to ac^now-'
ledge receipt of your 'favor of-the 8th'
inst, enclosing draft .on  Xew York to
hiy ordeiv for. if 202.25V :, This fund Iwill
hold for the,  benefit'-of.; I'Jinilc Terre-;
: noire, the' little , hoy.;."who, '*wsi.s:  hui:t.
near*T\vin Biifte  last' sjiring,:and endeavor /.to- administer   sanicJ: forVhis,
'greatest',,, benelit.    * /rhe;'faniily ; live'
nearly four .hundred   miles from, here.*
but I have been able;:*,*t.o get intoVcoih-
inunication   with.'. jlartiesJ who reside
near tlie'm who.arc . taking an interest
in 'Hie child, a ncl .there   arc   hopes of
being able ' to; so   assist  themV'as to
jnitigate   their,   hard.   JdotJ'"witli'put
pauperizing theniJ:;V;; ;.;;;      .>.*������" v.*; '���\A"/
������VA;''���"Very',truly ydnrs,; VV-.V :J,  ;;<���;
> V V   A::,*; :    ;:;Sg(l.,George Vaux.''  J;
;TheVsiini of... ��� in'oiiey-;;:ih,eiit,*idned';.*,,in'
AI rJ.A' a iix'sJ letter *;��� is';: that" subscribed*
together, with accrueeb'i ii teres t.'-JJ.  :A'
J   ������*''���'.;'.'".. J ���   ���' ' Youi'.s*l'*riiIv'AAA;:A%:
."AV:;;.-:��� \ysysA-;"AyT.: Kiijia'trickJ';'.;;
Smith Cmtii has introduced a bill
to provide jiassea to members of parliament, judge**, and tiu otliceis, .im\
that ij.il>\ iv companies furnish to
parliament an annual list of jieison.-.
to whom jiaw* .iro given, stating the
leason foi issue of *uch passes
ileplving to a question bv T Tavlor,
M   1'  P, Hon  W_C   Wells said foie-
nien were paid fS.iiO in ltevelstokoand
.fl fit) to If i   in   Slocan   and   laboieis
' $2 SO in   Revclstoko   and   ^2.7Ci to .13
I in filocan,  as   these   weie undergtood
I to In    cunent    i.iteB   of   wages in ic-
speitive district-
The ic-distiibiition bill ji.tssed the
second leading on Tuesday by ,'i2 to 2,
only X'eill Hay ward and Tayloi
ojiposing it Mi. Taylor complained
ol Tiout Lake being cut off fiom
Revelstoke, and hoped to have the
constituency evtended to Canoe Kiver.
THE MINES.
WAXTE D���A, first-ciassJbarbbr;; ;nblic
:.,;;' .butA;first-class f'nian: heed ajijily.:
. ���.;;J.; M;oicoAV,:;Uevclstoke.rtJV.*.:V;; ,:AV;
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
���jrat^
J'ceii t;
ijJmyeJ.iigain   been' reduced i> jier
;. ,God<l:;j*Tithiy being a holiday f shall
; *. I..C in attendance at my studio all day
.;. Torjthe convenience of jintrons.���R. H
.'.Triienian. - o
: . >.. Jvitchener has   granted   permits to
A.l.iocr:civiliahjeaclers '.to.communicate
J with DcWctJ.vvitli. a view��� to ending* tho,
; .';w.a.i-J*;'���������",'���;���.'������, J', *:: 'V '..������������-������''���-"!,','';;i, '������' ������*-'.;���. ���',*
;H ;;Jii)ri Saturday the ������architect for CJ B,
J -ill nine & Go.'s building wa? in the city,:
���'.*. together-vvithi a Calgary builder.; who is.
A iehderijigon thp job? !;    A'>A ������"������'.
.; J  ;Capt.VTayIoi-.'and :RAGordon. J.' 11,
\   .'ii'sappoi'nted'. .ptilice,, 'ton-iinissio'ners
���;*;!*\*.for.���Jicv'clstoke'.*.*-'it'nd-*;'Aid'.'''Gill V'-.aii'd
^iit'chell'forJvaniloops: J v- .'.:*,'.
'���'���;,.: The,white population of B. C.-'ia:
;, ���l-'iO.'Jlo. of,JwliomJ 127,118. are on the.
'   nurinland;   in'dians J 25,503, *. Chinese
V IG.3J7vJaps4,5Q7.::A, *, ;;,���;*. V VV. V
J *v; (,'. Tiinibull, of X.ew';Westminster,
*V, lias been awarded, the conlrat for the
.".J'-'iicvv.Doiiiih'iph'Hotei building at Ivain-
"'Vlotiis.'V The price is fSOpO. ���    ;V. ;; ;..*',*
' '������ ���''���' '1*1 ie Fern ie;; Preis  in a kes:, t he as ton -
isiiing Staienient that the board '-.exit"in -
���.''i'nin'Xjininers 'its., to 'fitness, report.four,'
: .'hundred. ��� and ,;twenty   applicants; of
��� ���������.n'Jiorn threeJmnclred and ninety-three'
'��� ������fin.lod;*'' ..' ', ;.��� ��� ..*' . '.,���'.���..'.'".':;.'��� .������"" '..'"���
. V   Wc got an idea"���once-ran idea.that;.
V everybody  vyoukl <������ wear.-..  tailoi'-madej
, clot lies  if  prices ��� for. good'work wore
ivwor. and ...w'e acted . on it.*:. Sec our
j.'***]. 2 'suits .and "f 3. trousers to,order���
L'tishnan the" Art Tailor.,'���.'.,. .' ��� o
*.. -.The, ialc- ofthe E.  and. Xr. railway to
; M'i;kc:'nzip..s.n.d: -Mann   has. been aban-
'V.'Jned. '.'li'nd   it   is   now   proposed   to.
...���j.a'A'illf.-r.' j.l'is.r'   road V toVconnect   the
J;'!'..p'.'.t"l,.Canadian .;'-X'^rthern   with
.;, Vict'irii'i.."'     : ;'   .     ^9 ''       '    A   '��� '
: A< ��� .-ooii    as ' weather o'i5 favorable
'"/������.'���'.'cartirig'. city, "'or'k,, it   would be
���''.v'-*'i! if r.hf.- V-ity  e'ruincil   jmt   in' hand.
iii- -"jiiiich-required sidewalks on Third
".,',(.'., l-'J.i.irt h -st rec-t s * a n'd in ot lier parts
���A An-:- iw-'-A '''���������'���''������''���'.'
-Tli��.;igenci'.'s' of the Sun and X'orth
\.America insiirancf: . .'companies have
': I'n en tran**fern'd to  Messrs. .Sibbald it
Field, ,'i��  'J.   V.   Armstrong,  who has
��� in j'l. ti/'.'. .'.'gencies;/or .some time, lias.
.*;-rji-ii-ei���to'give tij> insurance'.   '
!>A(',: .McLarci.i, the Je'nterprising
:-.i-idii.*ry': and harnc-ss merchant, of
lOairiiOojis. 'basj jinrcbased 'the Stock-
'.nnd tufciiicss' of ,,a; II. Stevens, -who
bJi-.'  iiitlierib'    C'liiducted    the. other'
->:i'i'llc'ry bu.-iiK.'Ss in that* city.       ' '
..  You. .-.ay  our, jiriccs sccin high, btit^
.Mr.   Wise ''M.'i'n, (I'.iii't   our -(pmlities."
V-i i-ii'i ; ui'iVc   tbiiii* equally   hitrh, 'and'
doii't ; you   waul   the. highest quality.'
Sei.". our -fli . su'ts  and $H. trousers to
f.rui'i:-
,*���.!.
lai'.*-
-Cress, in an the Art 'Tailor.
o
yAliy '.*t,"iid* :;i\rrS.*=- BJ; ��� ���pbrley fIcfft on
Wednesday J(ir;a: in ii*t'Q..tlie::Soo.i:VV;::
;CriK;Ijo.urne returned froni Australia;
oh .tlie   Aonuig'i .:aftei-.:yan ..abseiicejof
.���''t-Jii'oc.iJiioi.i t.lir}:J;.*.-J;\--- .'������".-;;.:..V,'';V"r-L-;:r-'- ..A'V.'-Jt** ���;.- -:-AJ.:;J*-*:.'J
"i*;'jDr. ������". Procter, of :.lCa in loops; ";hiis..i.Veeiy.
c?lec:te(l.&J.Jmenibei-*** of ;:thc!:Council of,
Thysiciano'and burgeons qf^B/VC,:^ A.ll
; ;MVsV;D.'T.; Forbes ret-tir.iied diiJMon-'
cfityJfroihJa.visit;,to/Calgary;'; VaA':   V,
'���'��� Itisprojiosccl ''tcy..JC)rgahise;;a;;fpnig-
j ion g'lciuVh a ih c ii t J ii r* <>li e v.e 1 s t o ke 'a ft e r:
,liasl,er., 'i;.;.(J^-'.'.'-.: :aA, ;��:.;,;.,:.;:.;A;Ay;';y\
0:;'liev\JA\A;C.; Cakleiv Jeft''for;tiie,west
oil,Tuesday.;  ' ,y���'���'.;J-r:A/;fS���'��� ���������'    ,*" *s A ���;': ������..,.;
Ed.* Goriiihg   returned :��� on Sunday
froiiihis trip to the sbtithern States. ���
���:; M'. Grady, of St. LeonV Hptcl.,wa*i a'
yisitcii-ott) Revelstoke Monday;; .,..;' .*'.���������'
.Aid;Gill, of- Kainloops, came; in'on.
JMondayJfoput * in ' a'Jtchder JonCA?.,
Jliinieix Cb.'s building.  V  ; A-,;J.
I* JMr.Ja,nd ;,Mrs, ;.I.I,': J. Bourne visited
.X'a.kusp'VSunday,;ret!,fVning Tiiesc*tay..'>-
"��� :JM,r;Vand... Jlrs.; A;, li; Gurrie. of Sa!,-
. ivion :Ar'i)i���.were Jvi^i'tors. to, Revelstok-e
oii.Tiiosday. ',';.;. '"��� V  '��� ;���'- A
AV.. li;' H ii 1.1 spehtV'Monday  iirtownA
lcaviiig, i'or'Calgary'Viii.'.'l'uesday. V
, ;i-vd:.tor' L'angstatV, of; the Tt'picJwas
Jit visitorVto the city this week.   ... '.'���.
y.;.!.;" IJ).,  Boyd ������arrived * with t ho   1%:
��� Bend inairon SiindayJ* '   : ,*���"���     ''������
MrJ *ahd;: Mrs.-; 'Didisliei/ii..iviii;-iie(!
fi:6m iiossliind last eyeuing. A '':.
;. Ji, G.'Parson*, of Golden," was in Jthe;
.city'.ot,!'; T.uiisil.-t'y..:    ,'���'������ "'. .'J ;vV'V *'.,, '��� V;
���'��� * Mr; a fid. Mi's. J. Lyons are s.pe.ndi'i.ig
a.j'ew days 'in   Kyniloops on: their..way
'hOnio.ti'i liiH-el^.t-oke.frp'hi their holiday'
trJp.'Olhe eoast.     ,:.' ;    ;' '"'; ���
. V 'Mrs,.*;, U".   \\,  Morris, 'Miss ';McLean
an-i,' Ralph   .McLean   have, vnch )>i.<cri
���Ieffc''!ii'l7.i'i00. from ; theestai:)* ii!.l:hi-ii
.rehiJi,i'V.i!'','. the-, .hub ' .Janms: Al.Vjek,* tli'i*.
.wealt by  cable ciiiJiniH'a'cliii'er. who ,re .
centlydied at Gitisg'ovv.iSc'tui.aiid.    ';.;
���  ,L,.C. Ccome, of ^\r!niiip.'.-g,  manager
of theJwe'steni'liranehcsof theJToi,'oiit.v.
Type uFoiiiidry.  jind 'one of   the .most
popular nwn  .iini,(,u)g*'wostenY p,;-tni'i ,    i
is oh a , visjt to   fl.aIcyoii - Hot Sprihg^.j
for tlio lieiiclit.of his hi.-'iilili. ;.���'���."��� '���
', Wc- need hardly   remind .our.re,ii,di,i>
Of the bail, to be   held nil'A prfl 1,-L. under I he. aiispice,- of Selkirk Li.dge...{,i /.
i.,);F,   , Tb<-  nieml.iors. of  this lodge always make siich'.a .-iJieci.-ss ofAi'tiyjIiing
of this kindihey take, in hand' thJit'it.
is sure'to In''- bin* ''of fhe. treats of  the
season. ,*   .*��� ' .,������   ; '���', *      ..,,''
-, f. ' A. Fdson was I'lntse.nted witli a
handsome gohl watchand chain by the
jirojii-ietor and employe*; of the I'liinie*
ll.otel'at Xi'lson last; week- on* his leaving to taki'.. clinrgcof' the ffote'l Ferguson' at Ferguson. ���'.'',..*
':*;,,:���ii'ri-tKSBVTEKfA.V* CTICJUCIlJ .v:, *��.A..���
>,liev'.;*.*\\'r.**'C'.',Calder:;:jireached a strikingly interesting "person; Jon 'Sunday
,night, taking as his. subject the,three
visions���those'*of Moses', on tlie moim-'
tain, of,'tlie apostles, and of;St..:J,ohn at
Pa tnios. ���"'*,';��� '" "J ::A'-'-',;A;;--, A*. AA .'��� ''A'-: '.V;
RevV; A\^;V;Q;';'Galder Jwili'Vpreiiclton'
Sunday eveiiihg the last of hisserics of
Copper shows an imjirovenient in
the London nuiket.
A V. Biadley left on Sunday for the
Blue Jay on Smith Cieek
The leccnt low pi ice has greatly
stimulated the demand lor copper.
A W Hawks of Everett, has bonded the Andeiion Lake mines and ten
stamp null for .1*70 000.
The Vulcan smelter peojde propose
to put in a timelier, at Sandon for
ied nit ion of bihei-lead oies
The United Slates .bteel Coipoiation
have   puichaifd   the   Sudbuiy nickel
sermons oh.the; liefornia tion,-taking as.
his subject the Reformation;in Ireland.'.
;';..;*���; J jiKTiioDisT onvjiiiii.   .;
Service will be^held-at J I iiVni.
Good
Friday^and; special;, s^-rvieesJ Sunday,
.'fnorning.anilcveiling,;;;,,; t* AA^y.-.Ay^A
A'',,A;.:-''A-''CATiioJ.i<j..ciii:Kt:fiA A A ���;"';:���
; -Services \vi I Ilie hel(l,cin''Goo'd;Fri(lay,
and Faster ;Snii.(la}-V;by;.Re\v. Fafhei'
;i*liayer,;:th,;i i;|iureh; being;; decora toil,
;-foi;'.' t'hcj,. occasion.:, ylAAylAA;;: 'A';l '������'���'":>
jV;;:;-'';', AcrV i'K-r ick 's citukgi I.*.;/' .'A* J!; ;���'
:JVSei*yice;w-ill be'heldoitVGood, Fridaw
at 1.1 a.iiK, w;ith 'ante-i:i>miniinion'sei'-
yice; ���������'" Oif Fasteiv StiiHlayLloly" ;'Cpiii-
;iii" utiibh';'wi II J^beJ.celeb rated at S aahiV
and;spee'iiiT Choral ,serviees;a.t;,liyi.iii.
ancT 7��� [i.ni.;.'. The chtifell, wi 11-lie 11icely
(lecoratecl.witli (lovversan order;having
been sent to.thcjcoash ;     -;.'-;' ���..;; ,;J J:"1
Thc:..annual '-'v'fes'try��� meeting*.wiir.be
��� lii,'I'd at S ji'.in. on Easter Monday, and
a .cordisI ,iu,vita.tion-. is extended; to all
ciVer IS who are , notA^pniouinieant.*! of
;i.nyJother church;   . .���..*.'."���'..'���
SH0WUPQR SHUT UP.
If :i'ri.y one ,or Hli. ' of tlie '{'ii'lkiiiyc.
conibiniiiiotij hiirli rate  /in-suranee
Vigeii ts'doi rVg;,busi iii.-ss   iii "to \xi\ ��� will;
pay: ha If I lie cos l;j ofj.p.ri ii!- iiig i n', t he
iiieal jiapeiAAjV vvill ;rpay: tlii; o't-h'cr
���J.iaJif iiii'f1 >'*lioty :t''hn' ;';'init>i'i n't''of l.viwi-
' iierAiiion'i.'-;.' i hViiughoiH :AJYina(,hi:i*y;
;* )������;;; r'.���.ri'iorjJa'niA---' Jah'i.v fijine.' Thi*
"."...!.i:,-i.>!m; '.of, pri^iiAinns   c-iiJir-ieH:!'")-::
*...*��� >.*:-'J-1A.,'*i..-; ski.,-w.Hi-n ,-.-:��� \.'; I.���*.<i a t\t\";'!ie
,re-[.ecuvi-arn'ounts   of*,  p'ro'ii- ai;d
er',
: rt
��� lw
i ����� :* ���   , *.. ���������
'-lOr.*- .Tnenr;
j-siij.ier:iiri'y
;Ayn ��� sp!cn<i:d chance
!��,'''Jenion-traieJ' ;];;e:r
;VV:';JV'Lf.'^j:C;(}i;:i8T;JVR
tWImsMa
���������"   ���'��� .* .' '.',  ".. .��� ���������'���:������ ���'���;..������
..'. : .  ?..* '.*"    .* '  * ,:���*.*..,;
PapuAtionl of Local. Districts.
.iiiiiicslornine hiillioh dollars. J  ;:J
' Ji; is  agaiii'J'reported 'that the Trail
smelter , lias*  beeii; Jjitirchased.by, the
Gooderliani-lJIackstock syiidicateJA,;,
On Sunday J..*SvveeneyJ in-rived from.
the Blue, Jay,,cinVSiiiith; Creek;J'ahd P'f-
;Dtifau]t'cJit'iiiC:in';from*the Standard .A'*''
. -"''yriie'.'st'ii.i'A. o'f'.^^IjiiiijerVvvs.ivV'ikiiiis^iV.iidJ
Taylor oyer -the: Silver  Queen iiiinemi:
,rth'e;,IJardeauJhasbeenaniicably settled.'
���';���,'.':A'���������' new-".'copper ' cbhipaiiy,;"with"���. u
capital, of,Jf/iO.000,000,, lias been fd'rniedj
.'fii ������-X.-?Ay-;*XorkV,|*L;\v.it'h.i*'- '"F.J;' A1:'-: .-rieiii'.zc'-stsV
"prcsidentA" AA':a1;;AaAAI';'AA;aAaA;
��� :;The Hardio:Ciniialiar JMinos, with li,
^'i'tpi'tal'^
;J\lbuiilaiii;' ciunjjbarVs clepcisits' ;; iiear
iKiV'iiYloqj'is',* is gazdtft'cL    -������: A; .V.;:";;;"'';**
;,: ; A ri>art.y of ]irospectors returnetffroni-
itorsefly -says5 the  coilntiy-is  disap-J
[iointihg;T: ThcyJ fouiidr. no;;"payablejJ
ground An nd   nearly, all j'irqspec tors'in
there are coi,ii ing ou t.V;; ;A: ������ '���.*;; A, ,;J, J
. V/F11c ,,Coii t i neii ta 1  iin i iie';i n  Idaho .ik
said "'to-"'one' of the biggest silver-lead
:p'rojKisi;'tibiiB::'in 'the'world..,, The vein"
is.Mlfeet, ,of; which throe feet is solid
pre'iVn.dJ.2S;fern, concentrating, '. ';'��� '':" V
.' : At ii ineeting (if.dir.c-c-tors of Garh'es
Creek,Consolidated ; yesterday; F.Ulc-*
Carry was,elected President;V P. Chaji-
"inaii, Viiilcoiiver,; vice-president, Jjmd
.J.-.M. Doyie. sec:retary-treasurer.   J    .,;���;���
V;*Messi;s.' Kincaicl, Fl in t, FCiljiatrick,.
���aiuLMeCai'ter have' transferred a*-:fifth"
���interest in'thc 'Pollock', Whistler, Bos-;
.ton.**;'. Ifea'tii'.ei';;' ,;BlulV, WinterVGiimp,
Li-eno,Vl.:X,,L;.; Leader,.BigJTliree, Buck
j ji'iidSiinshineclaiinsVin the .'Big; Bend
i'foJ. D; Graham:';; ���;,;; f'JV ''V
L'v'V'E.''  A.:'J'Bradley>was to  Uicjfore last;
i''y-ffflr���.iii" ia king s(l vantage of  the'open-,:
j'.'ne: of.Jthe river.,, to  get "supplies iip;i'o
Sin it/h  ;,Cr'eek,.and. : he,   is; again .the.1
.���evd.er'-'tlii*"  season. J ;On; Tuesday he-
.ic-sjiittched   his : first���' boat-loacl of -.It-lip
;'seas(..:n's. supjiiiesJ for ,the   Blue   Jay
Ciilrip.   ,* "' ���*. , ;. Ay     ; V; .J,.  , - ,,-VJV:J-���"���'���':
j'  V Tiie-amiiii-d' 'itjeetingof' thejCarneK
I Creek 'Cojisoiidated ; was -'held at tha
j Oonij-jany's   otTiee.; on J Ttieaday. .The
\yi'Aovt and'Iiiiiai'ice.'sheet w'creJadopted.
I T':..!.��� * fi.tiowihg  were  electee! delegates
���;;;,.)i',*i:iieoii;is:iing'..vea'rA . ,F, AlcCarty, J.
b
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|;'o.I'i.-.'oki-; ii- g'j vi.'d
K'oc.i'lsv.iiki.:.city ai.i
���'i!ie(;iiliwJii-!.. V;,*.:..'.
.\|bi-|-| .Canyon,
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, ('I'lin'a pli'x.. ",'"
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���'Big  Heild       '";,".    ;
Xa k.usp
, 'Fergusoil'
���Trout Lake
Rogers I*a.-s i.<
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j.*o;>iil:iii*('in'.'
i-UfTo'iiiie'ing*
���y .ih.e.c.Ol'l.-.ti-,.
viciiiri v 1,770
:,,*���;-'���*"��� 117
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A.O-I. i
, Baiii,, of  Revelstoke,
of' \'ancouvei",;and 11:
of* Moutrralv J'The former di-;
yho.ri' ur':;; ,v'er(J ,T.* tvilpa.trick,
if-.   Ten.jile,','W.   Cowan, aiid I, T,
FOR   SALE.
Towh'-iti.!'. of ;>��00  acres   in VtheV Bij:
Synopsis of Regulations
For Disposal of Minerals on Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the
North-West Territories, and
the Yukon Territory.
COAL.
Coil I mds m.ij lio piinliiLsL'fl nl S10 00 por
���iiie for -ult io.il, ami sjO.ftOforanthi icito.
Nut nioii' lli.m .'IJii iiei t m cm be inquired liy one
eidiMdii.iI ni uuni'.iny. Koj.ill) ,it kucIi late
.is ni.ij fiom time to time bu spcullid bj (Jrder
in Council sliall be collecloil on the gross output.
QUARTZ.
IVisons of piRliteen yen*, and over and joint
slock eompaniii holding Kioc Miner's Ci'rtifi-
c.iltsm.ij obt.un viitij lor :i mining location.
A 1'iec Muici'a Cciti licit c is ffi.intcd for ono
ni mon* >e.u-, not nxci'edim; the, upon payment in advance of S1O.00 per innuin for an individual, nnd from *f.V).0O to $10u.OO per Riinum
for ii coiii])iiiiy, nccordlnir to capital.
A J'lrc.Minci* laiMiig discovoicd mineial in
place mav loiato a chum lKKl \ l.VK) feet b>
iii.ukmi; out the *iiii*io vvith (wo leKn.1 po*JtH,
be.ii inij location notict'S, one at each end an
the lino of Lhe lode in* rein.
'1 lie i la i in shall be rccoided wit Inn fifteen
ri.i}s if Incited within ten unlet of a Jlininjr
Hccordoi - Office, one additional dns nllovn'd
for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is 55.W.
At, least' 8100.00 must, bo cxponded on the
claim each year or paid to the Mininjf Hacoi-rler
in"lieii thereof. When JSOO.OO h��n besu expanded or paid the locator nay. upon hnviag a
���array nude and upon cnraplytng with ���ther
reriuirements, purchaca the land ttt It.OO an
acre. '
1'crniiKnion may bo frdnted by, (.he Mlniitor
of the Interior to locato claiinn cont.iinlni; lr*n
and mica, alfio copper in tho* Yukon Territory,
of an ai <*.i not exceeding IS) acres.
The patent, for a milling location shall pro-
vide for tin- piymtnt of royalty on the sales
not exceeding tivo. percent.
IM.AOEIt MINING, MAN'l'J'OIi.v   AXriTHK
N.U'.T , KXCKITINl! TIIK YUKON
..'TKltlOTOKY.
I'laiu* niiiiiii' i lainih grncrally aie 1(10 feet
squaie; intij lie WOO leiiovMible n inly. On
tlio-Noiili Si-katLhcvvan linu, cl inns nrc
titliei bai or lunch, lhe foimci being 100 feet
long nud e\ti ndingbtlvveen high and low viatci
ni.nk. The latter includes bur diggings but
extend-- back to tin base of the lull or bank,
but nuL receding 1,000 feet. Where Meimi
power i- ii-ed, cl.iini*, JOI) fc<L vvnle may be
olitniiicd
IlI<KD(iI\"f3I\'IIIEltlVi:i{.SOr.M VNITOIJA
'AMI "IIKN'WT   KXCKn'IXd'MIK
YL'.'.ON  II.UKITOIJY.
A Kice .Muni in i\ obtain imlj I wo lciii-c-0l
In i mile- t,uli toi a ,ci in of I went v jeaih, ic
m u ibli: in llu di-ui lion ol thc Mnusii'i in the
Illlt'l 101.
t'lm le���re - i 'ght h lontlni d to tho-ulnncig-
cd bed oi Iiu*, ol llu* inn below low w.itci
m u k, and -iilijn t to tin iikIhsoi all pii-ons
Hlin Imi c, in vv ho ni iv icci ive i nn ns fm b,n
digging-oi In mil el mn-, i*\n*pl onlheSas-
I*. il. In'wan 1,'n i i, nlirii tin* li s-i i in iv dic'dgt
lo high wait l maik on i.ich .illcin.iti k,i-i'-
hnlil
''llu Icsji t -h ill linu i iliiilgr-iii npei.it ion
u H(mi olio -i.i-nii Iiiuii llu* dati ol 1 he li'.i-c
loi i uli live nnli-, hut when* i pu-oii or
toiupaiiv li i-olitaimil moie th in one Ic.i-c om
didlgi Im eai li lllk'in mill r- oi liaction ia
-ullicii nt li'i'iil il 510(K> pi i aiiniini loi (mil
mill, ol livei Ic ,1-i.d ItiiMilIj nt tin inlenl
I wo nnd a half pei cint, uillcctid on tho output atlei ll ( \u id-310 000 0 I
uitiimstNt. iN'riii: v uicoNTnithi'ioitY.
Si\ l(.i-(-ol fm* mik- i.ich nun lie gi tinted
to i fn( iniiioi im alcimol twenij .\eai-, also
let I'WHblc
The lc���ei'- light l- (onllnod to the Mibmeig-
i'd bid (.r bai- in ihi livei below low water
iii.uk, that lioundun to be fi\cd liv its po-ilion"
on llu 1-L daj of Augint in the year ot lhe
date of the lease
'I he le^i-er -hall have one di edge in npci.it ion
wil Inn two j en-from the date of the le,i>e,
and one (hedge foi e.icli live mile-within mv
M.us fiom such date. h'ental $10000 per
mile for tin li'st jc.-n*. and $10.00 pei mile foi
each-ub-eiiucnt jcar. ]loyally ten pi i cent
on the output in excess of $H,0O0 00
PhAC'KK MINIST, IV THE YtTCOX
TCHIliroilY
Cieek. IJnlch, ItiMi nnd Hill Claim-shall
not i \cicd J.VI feci in length, nicasuied on the
liii-e line oi genei.il din-ction ol the oieek oi
gulch, llu w uli li being fiom 1 000 to 2.000 feet
Allothci i kicci Chun- -lull be 2M foot
-if11in i <.
(. 1 nnisarc marked bj two legal po-t-, one nt
eiicli end b( ai nm: notices laitir must beob
lamed vv ithin n n daj-i if the claim i- within
ten miles of Mining Itceoidei's office One
e\ti.i(ln} allovvid foi eneli additional ten hiiIm,
or. miction
'I he pei-on ni lomp.mj si vking a il.um md
e.icli pci-on in Ins oi its employment, i'\iopt
hou-e-en mil-, niu-t hold a Kite Mine i'-i C'ei-
Ulkate
The rii-envciei of a new niino i-cntitleil ton
claim 1,000 lecl m length, and if Ihopait} con-
-i-t1- of two, 1 300 feel altogether, on the output
olwhuhiio lovallj -hall be chaiged, the ie-t
ol tlie p.utj oininan daini-onlv.
i:n(n ice ?ri.Ull. Koia'tj at the rate of the
pet iciit (li.ngcdon lliegio��� imlp*i( of the
il,mn. wilh lhe exception of an annual exemp
I ion ol   f) 000 00
No fiee Mini'i -hall lerehc a giant ol moie
Ih m one mining cl um on each separate nvor.
cieikoi gulch but Iho -anie minei may hold
an", number of claims bj purchaxe, and l''icu
Mmei-, nol exceeding ten in nnmbei. may
woik their cl.uniH in naitneiship, bj llling
notice and pa> ing fee of |J CO A claim may Im
abandoned and another.obtained on tho jame
creek, fuleb or riwir, by jning netico and
paying a fee
Work niimt bo doae oi c. claim each year to
the value of at lunrt ?100.00. or in lieu of work
pa; ment may he nude to the Miniag Itrtoider
e.-iih M'.n for lhe Iii i-l ihieo yeais ol f 20O.00 and
atlei  i hat jliWOO for each year
A iei tilkiitc tint vvoik hax been done en fee
paid mii-t Im (ihlaiiud t veil jeu.if nol, lhe
t 111in -hull he di i mi d to be atiandontid, mil
opt n In iiLviipatinii and euti) bj n Kicn .Miuei.
Ilie liiiiiim un - of n da m mav bi'dellned
iili-olmely In Iiav ing ,i tin \c} iniide, and pub-
ll-lilng uotii (- in the Yukon Ollicial U.i/utlc.
IfWMlAhhrc   .MININh,    S I KON    TKItlll-
TOIfl.
A City of Wonder, Progress and Prosperity.
The Smell ins; Centie of the flimilknmccn Valley. Uttcked by thc pajTolls
of two gigantic coal companies and tho Copper and Kennedy  mount-tin mines.
Surrounded by the iollo-v\Injj lewurces, coal, gold, copper, silver and fine
agiicultui.il countivs r.nigo herds of cattle, fruit in shuiieiance with a climate
almost Pouthein and all that could heftgked.
Ashnola ii owned and hacked hy the payroll of the Similkumeen Valley
Coal Company, Limited, which is a guarantee in it��elf of its success. Tho
equipment and development of their coal mines, installing of water, electric
light and pouei plants are already arranged for. The development of the
Ashnola Coal Conip.inv'- liiinc* by the Totonto capitalists who have established
tlieii paviollat Ashnola, make it the coming city of lhe intciior of British
Columbia
Lots Ir Ashnola ape Safe Investments
In blotks 1 ((, 1 and If! to 20 the price will be advanced 2.3 per cents per
month until Mav J-,1, 1*102, and 10 per .cent in the remaining blocks The
pie��ent piiee is fiom %Z() to $225, 2,5 percent cash, 3. fl and 9 months without
intere.-l.
Anangenknt- aie a heady completed for 38 buildings, including cottages
for the employee s of Ihe eonijiany.it Anhnola. This woik will be under full
headway hy May 1-t The company's stock is now selling al .1*1, 10 per cont
down, balance in !J ((jual payments.
With thc advent of tiansporl.ation Similkanieen Valley con 1 can be delir-
ciod at any point in West Kootenay or Yale as cheap as any other company
in Canada.    For further informntion apply to
SIMILKAiEEH VALLEY COAL GO. LTO.
NELSON, B. C.
"    -    -  - ��� .. i m �� I      . * ).m*ii.*,i.i i   ... j i        ����������������
By the Clearwater Route.
les, Aparejos
cm be obtained at the Cheapest possible prices at
Harness & Saddle Emporium, Kamloops, B. O.
S.MHM ;
AS 'HOUSE CLEANING TIME APPROACHES
lhe tliriifv hoti^ekcopci's (hough's fum our v\a)���and to
tint -pec-i.il Cold W.iferc Knlhoniine (liev uh-(1 last year
"vvhdi v\e still have in stock aNo to (he ''Ironite Floor
I'.put" (he best over made���al-o a little \nrnir-h to touch
i.p the fuiiuliire; a (in of enamel (o hcatitifv vottr room or
liaih or (o the celebiated " IClejilianl '' Bi.ind of ?Iousc
I'.iiiil*-     Our spring slock o:\pecled daily.
Ask   to  --eo  our   ICleetric  Torches���just   the thing for
Minors 01 Kailiwiy Men.
Hardware, Etc
IF YOU WORK IN TOWN LEAVE YOUR WORK IN TOWN
Ovei 100 Mills havecame into town fiom ea��(oin houses in the past
few month- We e m't help noticing them���ils our business Komefvery
good and >ome vei\ h���d. but SOXK   ARE KQUAL lo our $20 to f2.> suits.
Cive US a 11 ia 1. <
l)"Mli:
,t Ti-'tr.:
WES1
���ie;'lV,.,'.ni'.io',-lli
!: Uieitlionn' snitulilp. for' lij-dr.-.nlic' niiiiinij,
linviiij' a frnnliiKU of from one to"Hv�� tnllou. 'urici
,-i (l(![i|.li of (im- nilli; or ino'ro, inay b�� IcMdniJ for,
twenty- yoitrri, jiriividcdi tin*.ground Iihh bur.n
I i'oK|ii.*i;ted hy tho. aiipllwiiit or ,lifn iipent;;ls
foiinfl in he, tiiisiilt(tbltt ,for placer niii'iliiu;: nnd
'|.;.i.',- n.il , incliiilc wIlKln ;iis boiindiiritiM any
���jiiiniiiK uliiiin-, iili-i-ady |!i'iintnd. A rental of,
'.?I.V).��hi for cui.-li 'mill! of friuitiiKi.', mid a. royalty,
nf ,1!*.*;i; iiei* 'cent on llio ��'*"��" out J>ni.<,*l<.***-.��> /Iri'
::,,     ....   . '���..' *.* | * '. ���'       *,, !'a'n|iiiii)' i'.<ci.'iii|il.ion *of  ��ii,(K.ifl.flfi  iiro clmi'Keil,
; . '","''';''   '.''""':'"'    (ili*',-;il.jr>,-   inii-i,   liii  (.���iiimnoiii.'cd , wltliin iiiiii
'/nHTr HI 1 1/ *   rl rnTnn* I      V''"l'l'''l',;a  lh" (Inio1 of llm. Icntio, Jind  not, less
KuuffcNAY   tLhl/lUnAL) '!*���' >^?��:<hi^owvx^-m,i.n.in.iiy ��������.�����
' l.*,i-(! (include*- (dl .lin-ii* iiiiiIh'Is, (|iini*lii mid coal. '
ii'h'l jinn��� i'.lir-; foi* Um wiihili'iuval of ilnoi'.oi'iiled
i.-im\,f.,r ii',i,i-i|ailt'iipi)'{��i,,liiill'illli(f |iill-|i(ifii:i(.
,;        t'K'I'KOI.KU.M. ���
. ('���(.ir'.pai-t.iT.'i'iini'j .*a'pplv' :\\-(iITicj
ivo({'r:;\> v J MJv'tr,.' ,c    . ������'-.     J ���
>lfe$i5
one in each town to ride and exhibit a sample iqoi JiiodeS
bicycle of our mannfachire. VOU CAN MAKE $10 T6
$G0 A WEEK besides having a wheel to ride for yottweH.
'"'GM-ibS&SS
'^ft'etElflehb-SL,
.. Sesseid tad T&m .
takes la trade by amr CMctqp Ttlotl ��tera��,
iMBViwotf is new....	
, ^e ship any Hcyjle e)K  APPROVAL *��
aityoaa withovt a etal! rfejj&srt m advance ana ifllvn
SQ BAYS FRES MkL lsx��
no risk in ordering from nu, as yoti do not need to pay
a cwot it tlie bicycle doea not suit yoti.
ffifi RUSBTr "EJBfiv n whed nnt11 ron hnve written for mt*
l��W KilW S WEI B PACTOnV PWCrS nnd ntCE TRIAL OTFSe,
ThlB HtieTnl;offer lias never been equaled and is'a niinrantee e9
tlie quality of our whctls.
. . a relinble pirion In eacli towft to dirtriunle calnlo^iics for tit ta
txcbaii^u lor n bicyclo.   WrMc today for free catalogue nad ora sptclnl oCcr.
SMsagft.
DISTRICT.
POLITICAL  NOTES.
iw.yv.ixuiv.y. HiuiN'r;:
: ill���������,���������'.    -A
I.r>-���-,''������
J.
(���-
lliriiMM.'i'n'. of Second ..Street, v.-ho
���(���in l-iii].up . iiiy Jr'oini'- time fn*nn,ii
.*'Ii'i'ni: '���iiiiijila'iii!..tl'ii*d oil Tiimi-.I-iv. Tim
��� niiu-i'iil ti.uk I'.laVo, ye**ie.hliiy iiiidor the
^.i-|iic.'*s of I.. ('). I.. Ki.'i.S.fif * whieh de-
��� *..ir>il \-,a*-.:i iiiciniii-i-. '.ki*v. (J! J.aijner
. ������;;..:i!eti'i| the htirial t-iiry'iw.
���*V\'e regri't. to have to annoiince the
dr-iiili #'if Laura jlohl..", 'daughter of G.
��� Jf'.l.ibv. of thc C, j'. li. nIki|is, De>
i-easf.-d t*'.i(.ik meask'S on which pnue-
Ti.-.nia folloued. ,* .Much sympathy is
f'Ai,\rhh the parents in their bereave-
ment.    The funeral will* take place nf. j
2 Jl.lli. ti'J-IHOITOW. ' I  ���*.     ' ���
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Co'.il  yYieci'al, IWi'.UvUitc- p;iir
.Avoid
h1(Jj;i.
Hulling   I'otvilcrii , (-o'fil.-iinliiK
Tin.*;- -jj-i; li>.>ui'iuuji to'licaJtli
��� I,If l'i   ill'. Ihilill   ul);*
nii'-nl*,v.*i|.('*rf;;s ' -22   a^,ii,:i<i    I I .';.>,-''r .';.*'
(.���j.poHition,    , ���' ', 'A. '   ' '   ���''*,
A.I!, '.'hit''-' ha. * ���been eleeti-i'l p**'**-'i-
(h'lif a lid' |'l. Him.-hiir  v?,y.-pl-i:/idi',n!.   i-i'
' li'- A-:i In i'lii   Ami * Lii-eral**' ,\ *i.". i..-.i.i. ion J
In .ii'i.adfh'i--'.- 'iiv't'liiie-.*-!- e.rchninn',
Ilalp'li Shiit,h,.:M . !'., tnyi'il (hi* l.iuiri'T.
!-'(.'.-i''rrim*(;iit, t'o'. irnnVfliatoly f!* a!��� '-.*���,-;rft
it*    *    .'.    V ,      * '' ;.   .A'''.'     *"    ;.
The Ifoii. ' AV* (J. \V,'-ll;r . ih;,,! '
'���ho ain'i-iided atrrecin^ni" ���iVir.Jtlie* Curia-, I
dian-' .Vorllieni iiail.way*..pi-c,s(.-iil.'.-d (.;, j
' he liou:-e ye,*?|erday. , " ... ���   ' ;
..The lol.e.it .report iv  that :l lav. i h',niV ',
V'.aiie,    tirecii,' McUride,* and   TiitI.iiw '
h:i\'i* determined   to  join  the 'jroverh-'
merit Vfnree.s, a.   i'nov<!   wliieh.'.will ��� he
���belji..,-i.i|, 'wli'i:n .it i.nke�� [lUirM.
A i-inivent.idij of represent iili ve*i ni'
tho M'iiiern Union will he held at. K'ain-
I'lOp* on April 1 Ith, to consider'what
ae.ii'.,,, .,h.ill .l,.e'tiiken in ��� l.he even! of ;i
'''���''Xnieial elecl ion.
i:'i tli.' I.: c'is la tn r
'.!..-(l I -.'inIK om Mmi
ili.-rl'; h',1'1 a ���*::'..iirI, i,f
' Ii(*iiriiis(' .md dnrf-r-
!l��" n;.';i)'i/;-!. il|.*;''f. iji,*'
������-.- r-li lil'i i-i-fCMCI- of
.'.-    I.',:'iil��, Of'    '>V',>I,
(v.'J,'i!.t-nay. 'Kli'iiloWil.
V. .oiiiiru'd .-it.l.w.-lvij
Jf'i*i<e, l{.:v.-*sJ��t'f/i;e, .
y\iv.u ynA<i-:\\. : .*   ,���-.(
:: tin- /.'.. ;*(-!-.iok'* *lridi'n>f |
.in* tln-'UVt K',',y��.iY I
.-*'   ,J* ���*:���      ���' I
:!i:A:i;?if. '!,i,y iii M.ti-n,, ���!
Safer than a Bank
'.Mi iiii;i,(/jin,|,i-iitl.i.i,l' Mniriiniciti l.nrids t-lmll,
,;i.ii. i i'im i,ii*-i, uf-July, lO'il.'lic- o|ii*iilo pros,
|*>ir.-lli.j< li.i- |i< |. ol<-ii.ni. ^Jionlil tin/ iirospi/cfor
.!!,.r/n.*i*i,il*lii,|,i,yi (,' i|liliii(,ll ius Im inn y 'iicqulru
iij'.0(,*r,������ ,ii!'.*',i waii.-ihlf lurid, including and Mir
f'.uii.liii,; hi- di-j.-in;iii-y nl,' ilii- ni|.i* ol .Sl.'/Uiii
"-���{���r. -..ij oj.'ci in /-oyjilty ut mieli i*ii'ii;*ii�� fniiylio
-[','' .li.'d'iij-,(>..|.. r in' (.'oiiiikII.      .   .   '      ,.
��� *" ' :iy\Mi-:s A..sMA.nr. ,
,        lii.-mly of 'i.l'iii Minl.-foi- of IIkj Inlcrior.
fi..;|.*.i in, ,;n* nl llir. |ii|<j|*|ii|., *.*.,....,
'I-in *'.-ii, .'all ,Miii'i.'li,*j!rt2, .'.'���
NOTICE.
Triiil'm nnd K\ccutor>
''���''���*'��������� Ai
fi'/ Vt'-y;"'-*,
(v'li^i you iin'nf*
money in juv.cdry.
yorir lvifii.-. Ton
liHVft yonr vaIiii*
Mn ��nd Tir��' jt
you bay j��w��try.
Ii-rre, cod |<<it Mm
inoit. '*r>iK.li��: tiy,
.n\l�� llirov/n in,
Son ear utonk ij.
.lxuH��sVV��t��h(* fc
( liHi'n l.lnifMilio,'
Cluck .Miinlirrij-ii
ycl^.C'iit UIjuc, &���
Kiiriry .Sterling'ffl
i'iii-u-iiri' ul.* ���'
'lit ti.i* ii'iiitirof llir.
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��� lo i.l,'..ii.!,'.!.'.rf..f 1,'ki KMnlfof AVIllinm Hoec'c
���-'u ;,i,'i*ii,.  dficOiinn/l. .     ',
.''-'���A l'l'".f:.*'0.v,-:' h.-ivin^ ii u v* 'cUlrnn or-do*,
���iii'ind.** ../.ini.,i,.i|;i:'(r-i.iifi. i,r. U'llliiim Kcccc
-i.'j.i;';.*. I.ilo of I((.(r,*)n!olt(., in ,t>|ui I'rovinre
'���r i!riii.,ii ('olniiiliiiij d(;i,/iii��.d, (in.i retulrcd.to
111" willi t.nri iindi;i"<ii:rir.-d their names .find ad*
'Ii'."�����'.'., .in'l lull [iiirticnliu^ of theirclalmii,
��U(ll,lic.,mii,|1|.*) f/f *,������,(��� .teearltlrH, if nny. Iirld hy
llicn,. duly rrrlHi-d; nn ��r bffor* the l.itli'dny
<���' April. A.*fl. I9.H,:,.
��� N'.illc!.. U h-riliy ci rm , thHt ��fttr t!��0 **'��ld
(it'll* Mm .(diiiinlrtriitor will ,pi*'je*'id loHi-itrl-
hot,* i.ti,: ...i,,*,,, Afrtnii^-vt. thn paitiuii rntltlrd
lliei'i l.o. Iinini' '['.���(.fitnl only to (lie din'riif of
"���Iiiuii I,,, K|���t|| then hxrw had notlen, and he,
vvHl nol im lini,!,.. fr,r the.-;ii*oeeedKaf th�� e.iWle.
'Ji'.-iriy inn tiicrcof, no diKtrilinl.ed to any pur-.
'Oil oi .���(���.ii'i*j..-r|H|m su,*h jidinlnieti-nloi- laid not
""'",'' .ii iin- lime nf ||,o di.qriliiifion ilii-rfcof.*-
"ii i' d ie. l.'.wil^.oli,.,   f(, (������ (in, .Muroli,. I9i��.
VKV.   .VI[-('AIITF.lt & 1'INK'HAM.
������"'nllrftprf Tor AdmlnTHtfator.
Egjjs for  Matching from Pure
Bred Powftry.
Fiom  S  ('   I'lcnwi  and   f* C White
fediorii',   H   1'   l.'.a ',.-, White Wyandot lev and   Pi-Kin  Dik k" Ijil.OO jif-r eel,
l.'l hen, 11 dnek et'e-,      Mock  foi wile (
a I lov\ pi ice
1.200  Ko'j;   Inrii'iaini   and Dioodrr
for silo eluap
The B. C. PoiiKry Vards. Vcriiorr
IVn llii-l i    -������   i iilii i w iitc
B. C. Leather Co.
Vancoiiivcr, B. C.
Ilinli-li ( 0l ii in In i Ai:r N foi tlie relrhiiilod
"PENEIANO"njI( luiiliu. (nl Solfhiind
11' 11 I'n 11 *.
Ilium.��� I (nil 11*-, l'ndli *��� nldli mrlPklit
nit: l,i din i*. i.i. i ..nd Lili���'u l.i'iiliern, t'|i-
Iia i I.ciiUk IH ol 'ill I n d
,\t/imif,*i( tin ei f, oi t, lo**i d Lppcrn of all
d'-i.crjplloi)'*.
t��liiicrii.il"*ii>' Tool*- nn 1 KindinK6, Sftdrtlery
H-'irdtt'iK, Ifldcs ,ind Hili-
T��o tlioii��nti(l l)((r*-l in*. W'^tll'd
(Mnlfiiftieit and ja-fee liwtirOiiiiiiiiMe-.-itioii.
- *gj JHHru
FOR  SALE
LAKE VIEW HOTEL, SISAFW.
fiifnaled on the lmnks of
XhtiM*,,ip T.nke, one ot the
laiuc-l and most heaiitifnl
lake1- in lliiti*,h Cohimhia.
Foi If inn and paitx ulnii
np|ilv' lo
���M   GUILETTO,   REV��LSTGBE.
Sanitary Plumbing, Hot
Water & Steam Heating.
Second Street, Revelstoke
NOTICE.
JTIGE.
T��kcmotlre that t.hlrtv iIh.vk aft��r dnte I in-
l*<-nl to J��jij>ly lo tliu i.'liiof Ciimnil'Mlonm* of
i jndB' and Work*, for ijerniisidon to cut und
tarry ��way tiaiher froiri Ilie folli��win(f (Umcrlb-
rd lunrtji jtlluUtfd; fn Hie l',|��. Hend dUtrict. of
VV�����*t. KooUnHy, (loxjnierK'i iu* nt, h poit on Ih��
*n**t b��nk of'Ci/hiuitii-t-ilvi'r Imlf a mil* north-'
vrr��t of HoydV. runeli. and mnrliH Altc* Ada
Mnnnlns'4 ��i)i|lh-r����t f;orn<*r. Iln>nc�� nijrl.li
Rlonjr*tli(! Cnlnrnhiii riirr tea ���/���hulns llicraie
v-rikl. <(i rliiijn--. tlionci; i.,i,rh e.l! 'i-limns, tllcnco
wot in 'chain*-- in i,]*,,,,, of/���riijim,.|ii;eini..nt oi'
initial pout.
Oiilod .Min-eii ir.ttj, JfK..'.' ;���   .,
ALI'-F. .'.n.VJfA.VKJKO.
Under nnd hy virfnr of u viair/mt In mn ni.
i.ucd l��� the IWidnl llinldi^nid"loan
. ssneiiitaon.inirwiniit, to tho mnvui-H contained
',' i ..IS*1 ',"0'''B''BO.'latcih the* ;iisi, dav'of
Onto ior lt!)9, niudo toMild Afwjuiatioii v Ai? '
otto Mulcer. of,Uovelatokc. n.P.,'1 ���������' i ��� i JlhdaV
M.-1-iod and l,akoiipos.csHlonof n hoilernnd
eriKlni;, vvmhIj n�� nmchiiip, m.MiKlcr, wrinitcr
ironcr, and nil other kooiJk. oliiutnlik. and niii'���
oliinerr Kltuated in or i'iiwi i.11 e'V'VVmiKCH k11f'Avii^
iiKlh<!UuvolM.obc.SLi'iiui IiHiindivlielnco ilA.l
(i, Blotib VA Plan MR ltovdslnk.,. M "t, wide
eo-id*! and nt.iehlnrrr "1  will offer ror wii"'h��.
imblic ��]���!,���(.��, Uito. lsloc-k IM. I'll,,, (fin. Jievrl.
180.'. at i,p.m. towilisfy tint sum of PUS'S.'/i fln,>
��ml owing tmdor the naid iiK.rtBni;i, and. the
eo.it.ri of nnd attending such H.-isiiivc and =h10
Hatwl lhI��i'lht..Mn,:oh, lll'ii. .-"o.
l.fA.MKH'I'AVI.OI,',
riiiiUfi;
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