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Array BiiiHjiBwgwTOaiwnffliMHsa  66anti[  iL-wnr?^01*  Y ^^W%  Vol. 8.���������No. 4.  BEVELSTGKE. ,B; C, MAY 8, 1901.  $2.00 Per Year.  l-'-vf  I "l  Come and See Our Beautiful Display  of Spring Merchandise;  BEAUTIFUL' WHITE GOODS. '-���������  Fancy   White   .Mublihs.   v������ All-over  "   ��������� Laces,   Valancines, etc.     ���������;'  SWISS & DIMITY MUSLINS.    :  A most beautiful, assortment of 'these  fashionable goods in various color.'i at  ii. 1i/}4, 20, 25 and 30 cents.  I UNDER -SKIR  Vi  Mercerised Sateen ���������  s  Skirts  m en  dies.1  Magnificent Sconery In tho Neighborhood.-���������Sketch of the Hew C. P. R.  " Hotel io be Erected There This Season.  Among the coming resorts of' the C. P. ft. line is Field. Located  in the heart of the Rocky Mountain.?, between tlie giant peaks of Field  and Stephen, and in the pretty valley of the Kicking Horse. Field has'  hitherto-been merely a railroad point. As the country around it has  become known, however, it turns out that adjacent to Field lies the most  magnificent, scenery yet discovered in, the ���������Rocky Mountains with its  wealth,of huge Glacier, gigantic waterfalls, gorgeous 'canyons, pretty  lakes, and mountain, prairies, on which are flocks of mountain goat and  sheep, while the streams afford an ideal resort- of the angler."  ��������� ~ \Ve recently published a descriptive account of ihe scenery, now  about to he opened up here to the tourists of the".world by the C. P. R.,  which will this season construct roads'and trails, and chalets for the ac������  commocl'ition of their guests. . -    .   .  Amongst the improvements to he effected will be ihe enlargement-  of the C. P. R, Hotel, hitherto a Swiss chalet  nosv to be transformed  'colors���������.-Ml prices  EASTER GLOVES.  We  sell  the famous Perrin's'Gloves  into one cf the finest 'hotel buildings on the road: , Contractor Tomkins, -  to whom the svork has been awarded, will commence his'contrnct almost  immediately on llie building, ihe addi'ion- to which, will provide twenty  more'bedrooms, besides* s-m-Jiiiig, and "recreation, rooms. . '1 he plans  have been prepared by Mr.'Hat'.cnbury.iuvliitect. of Vancouver, who was  nrchiteci for the parliament buildings at V:o:oria���������the tin est structure in  the province.   The hotel will be" available for this season's tourist traffic.  FJIniif calculated in 1820 tli.it,   in   the  fifteen years fnnn   l.SOl   to   ISIS,   teles* than 23.1 o4 live-- had   been   saved  in London alone, by the spry imperfect  practice of vaccinal i> n then exMing.  W'e   can   uiideistand   why   old   nd  vert isements for house, servants used to  rend, " Applicants must have had   tie'  smallpox."    We can1'' to some  extent  enter into tlie feelings of the writer ol  nn old   let I er  nosv   i.efoie.   me,   daier  September, 1824, in which .occurs  tin-  passage:     "Since   the   beginning   oj  this   century,   svhen   vaccination   svn--  inlioduced generally among tin; upper  ranks in Dublin, not even ime eye ,hns  licen extinguished by this   pestilential  disease."    Old p.'ople, hase told me   in  England lhut svhen they   we.ro 'young  every   family  showed   members    svho  had lost- an eye, (ir svere disligtired   tin  life by the   pock   marks.    Kow-n-diiy.  oik; may walk the streets  of  u  great  city looking for u fiu;e pitted by sniiill  pox, and fail to find ono.   ...  - What  is   tlie  cause  of  this   great  change?    Has   smallpox   worked   out  the soil in svhicli  it  thrives?    Or,   in  other words, has the immunity   svhicli  ono nlttick of  the  clisenst;  confers  ori  the   iudisidtinl   been   irans'iiitled   lis'  lere.diiy tu lhat individual's pnstei'ily'-'  This lines not seem moil! than .pnrlial  ly true, fur it has neser been 'observed  thnt the chilflren of parents vsho  lime  had smallpox are more  imtinini*. limn  others to ils   attack.    The   great   n.-i.  jority of medical niPtr agree  that  the  only be maintained l.\- having small-  po.x'cotistaiit ly befi.ri-, .mr ews. Dr.  George to eg. ny, t be iiimx.i tnl inventor  of the "Giet-ni-x's .Slixtuie"' of our  early da\s, wrote, ns long ago :t* 1335  that ���������'nothing svarrunts us in the expectation of banishing the. bane bv  even tlm most, liberal application of  the antidote. Although unable, to '  eradicate smallpox, wo hase in vaccin-  ation ������������������ powerful mentis uf le-sening  its virulence and con tract it);.' ' the  sphpre of its ravages."  - HOW IS VACCISE LYMPH OBTAINED 1 '  ViiccinO is nosv taken practically al- -  together   fri'.in'   tho    cow.   ''  Healthy  calves   are   selected, in   ,lhe   vaccine'  fariiis, their bellies shaved nnd clpaned,  and then inoculated in   several   places  svith '.ho lymph taken from   tho  teats,  ���������it" ii'cosv ".ulJeriiig fiom cowpox.  When  'he sesieli-s ii<e, tho lymph   is  dmwn  off' into capillary   tubes,   or  dried   on  ivory point.-!.    This calf lymph   js   tn0  only   form  of   vaccine   svhieh   careful  medical   men   use,   or   svhieh   pitt-put*  should  allow   to   be   used   on   their  children. - Arm to arm  vaccination  is  "  unnecessary, is open to many objections,  and-should never   be  practised   when  calf lymph is available,,  '. ������ia ci ���������  OCAL INDUSTRIES  Enterprise Cigar Factory.    -  ���������Once worn alwavs asked-for.   ,   ,  SOYS'.BLOUSE SUITS.  ,: Just- to  hand   the   finest shipment of P|  v- .     Boys' Blouse  Suits.    These are the gs  best -made..-in   Canada, and don't rip p]  -anywnere.  wi!  pi ;  U MEN'S CLOTHING.  r a litre  o  have ��������� just 'opened .:up a   large m  _:  of  beauiiftii. Satin-lined, "All-" p  wool. Serge and' Worsted Suits, and fsi  marked  them  away down.    Call and |������j  sec us before buying elsewhere. fe  THE NEW C. P. R. HOTEL AT FIELD.  oKen.zie, Avenue.  ���������   ' Incorporated- l>y act of Ptuluimenl 1855. ���������  HEAD OFFICE -. r   ���������    - ��������� MONTREAL  , Wii. .Molso.v AI.vcjJ'UEUHnx, Prea,      B. H. Ewino, Vico-Pres.  ��������� 7 James Elliot, General Manager  -  PAID UP CAPITAL1       ���������   "- .-       ���������   $2,500,000  RESERVE ��������� ������������������. ....      ,2,050,000 nl T^'T^L^,  Kor.orftl banliing business tvatif-.tcto.!.  Iiitci'CBt ullosvod on deposit* at curi'cnt niton.   '        " '  J, D. MOLSON.' Hanagep.  REVELSTOKE, B.. C,  .���������rounds   for  to using llic school  evening practice.  The meeting then adjourned with;  a vote of thanks to Mr. Lauder for  ���������the'use of the room.  As   the club wants to have at  least'two games with outside (cams  ��������� i here,  during   the   season, it   veifcs  The-mcctins oi thoro inlbresied   with lho liK-mbcrs to turn  out to  in the formation of  a football club   pvaclifc.     A   general   rraclisc  held  last  evening was  largely a(  "Elect Officers-���������First Practice To-  fhrroVr' Afternoon.  tended, about 00 being in-e.-cnf,  The meeting war! called -to order  svith E. Edwardi-in the chair. It  was decided to form a club to ho  knos-nas  ihe   Revel "nke Football  A general practise is  culled for to-morrow afternoon, at  oioO, on the gun' club ground?,  everybody is requested to attend.  fiiW Sii  History and Effects of the  Chief  Preventative of the Disease.  , Elicit elm!,.as sve urn at present, bs  lOUthmik.s of smallpox in the pra'in'es,  in. Wnsliinntoti Suite, in the sntiihern  towns of,British Columbia, und ������ven  on llie const', ss"e direct our atleiilion  nuturallv lo vaccinutiuti, the pMisi-in-  uliva for mid ugaitist svhicli R> niuuli  has I1ep.11 miid and wiillen, The. Mail  tliinks thnt this niticlt1, coniiiiunictited  of our  Incitl  medical men ������iil be of j-e.neral inlet est.  IIISTOHY 0t* VACCIKATIO.V  Tuwiii'ds the.close of the. lSih cph  tury smallpox svas, not withstanding  pveiy elFort, the scourge of mankind.  Tn Enu'lari'l it had ce.ised to bo tin nc-  c.-ivininiLsisiior, nnd svns truly endemic.  '.Tliii only foi in of protection' ssas in-  ocul.ition,' iht- o'i^eaM-', 1 ('suiting from  svhicli was oft on fatal, though as a tulr  milder thin that coiilrai'ied naturally  seriously' (ill  Jeinier   svent   back   to  Gloucestershire   lo   practise  in   1775.  Heie he had to inooulati* for smallpox.'  nnd found, svhen doinrr so,  that   niany  of llie country   people   resiiiieil   espiy  itlTorL to ijisy them the disease,   svhicli  of couisi;   svas   smallpox    iiM-lf.    On  enquiry, these*   people  nlwass  tinned  out to be milkers,.isIm luid   coin r icted  cosvpox on llieii' hands fnnn  the   lettts  of tlie cow.    But some of.  lln-in.   ������ho  appeared to   luis-e   ]yul   fi-.wpox,   took  smallpox iu (he ordinary svay.   Jenner  nt last discoveipil   that   I he,   cusv    was  subject   to   ti'iote   tlinn'oim   kind   of  eruption nn   the.  tents,   all   of   svhieh  weie called cosvinix, but   he   leanit   lo  distinguisli   one   of   ilieni   ���������from    the  otlii'f.1.    This oik1 he calleil lho "tine"  cnw'pnx; ihe mliei-s were spurious, mid  not proteelbe."  On the l4ili'Miiy, 1790. he  vnccin  a ted James Phipps, a boy  eight   years  of a^e, si ith cow pox from i lie hand   of  Sayah    Nelmes.      Thu.'l.oy     pa-sol  ihroti^h the dise.'is.",   and   on   tlie   I si.  July.he was inociil.ili'd svith smallpox,  eli'e.-it.    Ottier  expert'-  and Jt'iiner  marh'   his  i  wlni'.li tool;   no  ilieuts followed,  tli-ciisery knosvii io I lie  esMiy, published in June  SVf.|'|l|  I 798  in  |(. | eiiipjiry into t J if c.itiies nnd  llie V'ariolae Vaccinae,  n   tii  Club, svjib a   lv.rmliCMvhi  'llie   following   ollicer.?  elccled :  Hon. Pro  \) ft 0 Oi' if],  v.er'.' tben  trick,  -Mavcr Kill*  Pre-iden!���������T. E. L. Taylor.  Vice-Pro5.���������F. G. Fauquier.'  Capt.���������W. A. McGuirc (j-ro'tem).  fiecy.-'i'rc.'!?.���������-E. Edwards.  It was decided lo leave the election  of an  executive, committee and a  manager till a future meeting.  The colors of the club will be  white sweaters and black pants,  with tho letters R.. F. G. on  h wciterr.  The club starts out with a promising outlook for the feason, over  forty.names' being already on the  membership'roll.  0  Auliscussion arose about, suit 'able,  recreation ground:-, as lho grounds  across the track wore loo far away  to' play on .in the evening:*1.7 A  committee Wlis 'ap^oi'nicd -to Inter*  viwv'tjjQ eclio'4 ���������ijruetcc������,'j������ p^U,  Kamhnps District of the Methodist  Church.'  ��������� The annual district meeting of  lho Methodist Churches of thfj  Kamloops Di.-lrict svas held in  Kamloops Wednesday and'Jhurs-  day. Eleven ministers and three  lavmen were present. Mr. Geo. R.  Kinney, of Golden, and F. S. Okell,  of Kelosvna, were accepted as candidates for the ministry. Geo. A.  Gropp, oi Toronto, and ������. F. Green,  svere rcconimeiuled for full commission with the Conference."  Ene'iuniging reports.were received from every one of tin: fields in  the District. ��������� The members of, the  Church numlier:'17G.". The total receipts during the year for nil pur-'  jroa-sof ��������� .'t-rtro--Mothodist work in the  Uui, as nn* form ot isolali.ni svas  pincti.-ed. ihe. inocti'ated man liecame  a focus lo spread thn di-ea--!-; and  while tin* prudent svpiv by its means  preserved, the cueless (who foi med  ihen. as now, ihe, bulk, of mankind)'  hud iheir duiiUM*1 iticiPasetl, and the  enillation of t In* dUc-isc, svtis euc'.uii'.t-i ���������  f-iI iu iliP oppti si reels.  Iu 17i.1l'),' in London, oDlfJ deal Its  .in-, recorded ft out sni-dlpox. Ju ihe  ���������iliule of Ei.i.'1'tirl for ih.it si'-tr -10.0t)0  dt'.-ille* weie iht; estimate from Mimll-  p.i.v, a ligtltc nmoiintini* to one. lenlh  of the lotal niorl.tlity. Tim *������nm"  I'l^'tiiis would work out ;i death rate,  i'r.'in surillpox t'tiis sear in Unli-li  Columbia of a'biiut -'300 peixons. w.ui  11 e i-oiiditiniis the same as in England  in 1 TUG.  Edward Jpnner svas bin n in tin-  vic-irajjeof Uerkc'v, in Gloucesier.-lrre,  mi (he 17ih May, 1719. Wliilo Iip  was i!|.prenlice(l to Mr Tjnll'iw. a  sut-j.'e.ni ai S-idbury, near Btistol, a  yoiiny Honi'in c.nie. into ihe di-pen-.-iry  ���������<i>ekiiig advii'e. .Sni.'illpox was nleu-  rinriod in ��������� her pre-jencc,,mid s!i>' ,at  oucpobserved, *'T. cannot take stiiall-  p.ix, f"r I have liad the cowpox." This  remark struck Jenner, and svhen lie.'  went to'L-indoti in 1770 to- completH  his j-tiirHt'S,,In- repeatedly mentioned it  to   his   leai'lipr,   llm    famous    John  .Quilttiri ''yy'������B^-li*jvcv|}r,:^ii.it-wji  covered    in 'some   of  counties   of     England  (Jlouceslershiie,    and  Ins  An  ellf'ClS   of  l   lliSCUSH   iJis-  the     western  puiliculaily  ���������iiown   by .the  name i.f  the  cosvpox."    Jenner   svent  up to London to yet his (ssay publish  ed, and u hile, I heie for   ili'oi:   iinnilhs  could.not, piofiiip. iiiiu pcisnii on sshinii  to   exhibit   the   disense.    This   usual  (list rust of a t:r>w discos ery wan broken  flown by Mr. Clitie, and  w as   f.illnwed  aficr I he liisl. t-.\| ei iuiciit   (.ihich   sue  ccet'ed pel feet 1\) by a ������������������ciiend I lisll   ill  favor   of     sncciiiaii.in.      In   170!)   it  was introduced into Auu'iic.i   ilnoii^li  Dr.    Wat ei house.       l;n   1S00   it   was  taken into France.    In June, 1802,  ii  was successfully taken   from   the   Persian Oulf lo  lliiinba','   and   India      In  I802p-irli.imeiit. soied Jem'ii'fXIO.OOO;  in  1807   an   fidiliiiomil   iJJU,000.    In  1S08 viiccinalion svas taken tiiidci* the  direct coutro! of the governinenl,   and  tin;  Nalional   Vaccine   'I'l-.iublishineiit  forinrd.     Dr. Jenner died   nt    Ui'ikely  in 182-'),   full of years and honors,  and  revered its a benefactor of mankind.  Ll'TEC:rS 01' VACCIN'ATIOS" OX SMALLPOX  From (It"��������� nbi.ivi" lirief hi-tory of vac  ciimt.if.ni we, can see,-if we ������ef'.''"iiiotbiiig  else., sv|i:it svus iliiut.i-lit, of it. by the  peojile who wei-e ti.ii'i) inirl l.roti--iii. tip  in the midst of smallpox, and ��������� syho  coil Id ���������'compart', with the eye"1'nf-.it,  peisonulexpeiii'iire,   ihe  d-iyx, b.-t'ore  chiui"!"* is'dup ,to vacciti'ttiori, and to  the fact that- n inajority of any ������iven  population in u cisili������.-fid (otintry is  limit; or less protected hy infant.' vaccinal imi. ,  HOW   DOES   VACCIVATION*   rUODL'Cfi   ITS  u  EFFECT 1 0  Several diseases, wh  knosv,   by  one  attack    exhaust   the   susceptibility   of  the system   to   I hem,   and    ivnder   a  second   onslaught   exceeding'}*     rare,  Bol h cosvpox and smallpox   belting   to  this class.   ,Cosvpox appears to  be  m>  nearly akin lo   smallpox   that   its  at.  lack confers upon'the   system   an   immunity to the. latter     The  immunity,  bosses er, is-by no means absolute, nnd  it is wist; to guarantee for  vucciniition  mi nunc limn thai it very considerably  Ip8h<-iih   the   cbunce   of     contracting  smallpox, and that any  one   svho  has  been vaccinated successfully  can   lely  on basing a mild attack ot' smallpox il  he does catch it.    But. nothing can  be  guaranteed to those svho do not, ''lake."  Insusceptibility to vaccination generally means also insusceptibility to sniiill-  poX -bill nut ill svay*.  The vaccine, may huso   been   inerlj it  may have  been   imperfect ly  insetted;  there may have, been circulating iu th'e  sy'steui.-soiim   oilier   (iisouler   tempo  rnrily antiigoni.,iiij to lh(!,de\e!opiiient  of the vaccine   virus.    \W   vaccinated  thuiefoiej and as vaccination,   like   nil  ihiugs, tends to lost; ils posver as year*-  , Another promising industry will  -���������oon  be  added   to those already  established  here.     This is the En-  'erprise Cigar Factory, the proprietors being Messrs. Aman cc .Stewart,  both, of this city, svhere  they are-  well   known   for   business ability.  !hey open svith every prospect of'  success   aiid   a . large   demand fcr  heir manufactured goods.   "J hey  have c-n route a  large shipment of  splendid stock and in response to  private advices a number of outside  and local orders are,already on file,  j The  premises  of the new'factory  'will be those recently- occupied by  this paper, which  are   admirably.'  ��������� ui let-  man ufa et tiring.  for  tlie purposes- of   cigar  A    number    cf  hands  will be .employed from tho  start and svith the growth of trade,  it  being hoped  to have a "drummer"  out before 'full, the number  will be increased till it is hoped io  make it rank as one of the import-  ��������� nt  industries of  the  city.   It is  generally acknowledged that Revelstoke is a, better point for cigar  manufacturing than Kamloops, tho  city being larger, the surrounding  country better   for trade and tho  transportation facilities more con-  yenient,  yet Kamloops   employed  22   men at this trade,   The new  firm confidently hope to beat this  at an early date and it is apparent"  ly in the right hands to do so.  MINING NOTES  Pi-oe'icelor-* and n-inc-owiief* tire invitcil to  cfinirihntu tn the IComNMs* Mail inform-  nli.ji) fit" n ix'liiihlt! clinruutci' rcKimlinsr their  propcrtlc.f. fli'.scflbln-,' 'snrfiico Mhnsv'npE,  (Juvoloiniicnt work ntul i-c"ii!t> nttcnilinfj it,  i.i-ays. an I nusv illso'ivcric-*. Tho editor  flcsli-cs tn inakc tlm M/ti. a nipanri nl  fimi'Milnj- tn luvcitor-- rcllahit' iufonnntlrn  cniicorninit tlio prDitve.-.-- anl iluvelopinciit  of tlnjiniiifli'iil rc.-.aur<:c> of North ICootonnv,  bv, bo sitccinated as often   as   need  lie,  SVJLL VAC.'t'INATION1 OVUHTAKI* SMALLPOX  IF ALIIIvADY CO.Vn.'ACTKlJ 1  Tt appears to do so up to a ci-rluin  iinie. Tlio inciibaii.iii stage of Miialb  po." is about. 12 days, during which no  symptoms appear. Then come three  flays of illnex.s svith fever, then the  eruption. If u person in the incubation stage, of smallpox bp vaccinated  six days oi'more bef.ue llm eruption  is dun tc appear, i, e. within the. first  eight, days after his exposure to the  infection, the chances are thai the  cow pox will catch up and modify the  ad valuing attack of sinullpox.  SVILL VACCINATION: KVEIl li.VTI-H.'lI.VATI-  SMALLPOX.  Probably not. Cow pox and small  pox are. distinct diseases and coexist.  Patents vaccinate) their children' to  pnai.le lliein to' escape,the dangers of  smallpox, In the next, general ion the''  disease subsides, ils dingers become  less known, 'The 'necessity for vih':-  ciontioii, disappears, the 'ol.ji-.et.inn'-- to  compulsion nnd to the , maaisipnal  severi'y of   v.iceiii.-it.ion   bfjconje   moi'p  .j^fti<','...yil������i^w w& iU  J. D B..yd' led ihis svp'ek via Illn.  cill.'vvaef fni- (hi> "Dunvepiin prtiperty  on Fisli Creek where h- will do ns-ess-  ttiptit. wurtij and in which he iK.lntcr-  eHted with (Jlilef Dain.  J. D. Boyd repisrls thai thp prnperly  in tiie Dig BimiiI country, sshith \vit~-  recer.lly beinghi fiom II. A. Morii--,  anil tin which A. \\\ Mclnio-h i- doing  nswessincnt'wnil-, t3 looking svell, the  vein e'liiryingljyfe.'t of ore.  A'sbit at Xel.-oii svill deterinlnt' a  nice point in mining Invv, naniely ns in  vvh.-liiei' ;i surveyor can luilude in his  vnrvey a fraction which ha* been  previoii-ly located, or only such  IV'iiion .-is may lie vacnnt nt thn lime  of tlie nuiUing nf the tiirvey. ' ,  ' D. Woolsey ha> just put in a inonthi  svoik on the Gcorg" and Reggie, two  claims in sshiih lie i>; itil.-ivsterl on ihe  noi'lli fork of Ihe ]||c<.-illesv;iei. Tho  work done on I his prnpi'ity hns d.-."  vetoppd pnychnte-" of soliil tire on liollj  foot, and hanglntr sval|< ea(.], |rmn -fur  It) eisirht iiir-lu's-in ��������� ibicktii'vi. Th-* ore  is very high grade, running ������1000 Iri  Iii" lo,i in-ilvir and  g,*" in  gulf),  mj  the .Ti'.lil fsil'ivltei'' ������������������vwiMjffi, SV:|), g'W),  The ore w>-.iii'| in be of similar i-hV|.  neti''f to Mutt 'if 'lhe"Silv.-i- Cop. Din.  In������r the lime lie  vva--  vvoi-kinir  on   ||,P,  la^tj^lppllf^tj, 7''.;.      Y    **Vy THE KOOTENAY MAIL.
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hcription- payable strictly in ad vanee.
COTiUK.SI'ONnKNe'I-; invited on n'.l inalti-r-
nt lie tl or public inlere-l. All tioniiniiniea-
tioiis to the Kilitor iiiii-i be accompanied
by the name of tin; -vraer, not. nece.-Mirilv
for inihlicntioii. lull i�� nn eviili-nfi- ai
(;nnd faitli. C'firfC-ponilcnce inu.st reach tin
tilllcc hy Tuesday evening in order to llnrl n
place iii the lh.it issue of the Mail iittui
receipt.
Address
Tin-- Kootenay Mail,
RoveUnke, B.C.
1'. 0. Hox 70. Hovelaioko Station.
Telephone No. SO.
CITY AGENTS.
Copies of Titr,->M,siL may be obtained from
the lollysving city agfiit-.: , ,  ,
J. SS". ]>i::>.\T.TT.
Canada Din,'" ���* "uok Co.
i''. u. wi.-i.i.*-.,
LONDON. ESC.., AOKNt'Y.
The Impcrinl Type Foundry Co., Limited,
Ad via Using AKciitn, A llitfh Street, I'rcnll'onl,
London SS'., Kiiglaiitl, ,
' lCaro-icaii anil Colonial Ailvei'li-iing Agency.
111 l-'leet -ir.
Tub Province puts  the  position
of the government and the railways
rightly thus :    " The  difference  of
the C." P. R. and the'V. V. & E.   do
not particularly concern the people
of British Columbia.    Let the  big"
corporation- fight their own battles.
It is for the government  as representative of the people ,to see that
the pco.lj'ii right?   are   prctxt:d
and secured.   This is what the government provides for in  the terms
i and conditions  upon   which   any
j grant to railways under the bill of
the session svill  be made,   If any
government   should   meet    defeat
through loyal adherence to such a
principle, il svould go down' with
honor, certain that,the people svould
j speedily nullify the action of their
unworthy, representatives."
some protection should be afforded
to osvner.-t of' clabir- under bond
against the attachment of their
properties for wages or supplies < n
account of the persons bonding the
same. An experienced mining man
in this city suggests that the best
svay to do,this would be to, require
the owner of a,claim svho syished to
protect himself to keep a standing
advertisement inthe nearest newspaper during the time of the bond
notifying those interested  that  he
LEGISLATE
Vktouia, April 2."- ��� Cinvei-nme.it
members had n caucus (his morning
and aiinngetl (o modify tlm railwiy
bill lo nuvl. llie svi:-hes of bolting mo.libers.
Kidcl nfVeicd an, amendment to thfi
Cli.-iinpeil.y Bill, which svas carried,
providing that,  utuli-i-  (lie champerty
-b-AIIGE   AND    WELL    LIGHTED- i
'j\ SAMPLE   ItOOilS.   Boatcd by     , J
"^^5^ j!,,! air and electric lclli�� and J
light in every runti*. Free bus meet* all
trains.
REASONABLE  RATES.
Nif-ht Grill Keutn in connect ion for tho
tiouiTnicnu- ef tt.ie. t~ arriving and dc-
partin-,-hy nij-lil ii.iin--. Hourly street
car between hotel and .station.
V. PERKS PROPRIETOR....' REVELSTOKE, B. C.
r-TOKUNTO AGK.N'CY;
Central Pre5.*. Agency, Canadian Advertising
Agency, Asentv
.MU.Vi'KEAL AGENCY.
. '��� A. MeKiin 5: Co,, Aj;ciit.s. '    .
'  liri-b.ifiils Aclvei'tisiiib' Agency.
' SPOKANE AGENCY.   .
Alcx.'iiiilet' &   Co., Atlvirlii-ing  Ageiils. KI
I'iiM Ave.,
,   ���     rjAN FRANCISCO AGENCY,
Y.. ('. D.tUe, Ci and G3 Merchant.- Exchange,
Ao'ent-.
PROGRESSIVE GOVERNMENT.
NEW YORK AGENCY,
llciiiint'ton Uro.-f., 310 Broadway.
CIRCULATION.
Tin: Kootbnav. M.vu. Im-s n flr-t-elass circulation i" the Cits- ot I'ovrliloko an.I >nr-
rfiiiiitliii^ d.Viriet, and al.so at!J the follow-in--'
pl.iees:
Albert f'tmyon.    '-     llleeillesvii.-t
liliieiei* lifiKuts Pass
Guillen Siiliiitiu Ann'
Arrowhead ,    Tlitaiis.in'- l.autling
o t'uinnpli.N Ci.nihonn'.
Trout I tike f'ily ll'crgii-*(in
llaleyon Hot Springs NnUiisp
liitrlon City I'iio Valley.
w. cross, m. u.
SCltCEON TO THE C. P. ��., CITY HEALTH
>-- . ()j-"j--ii-:]-;i:.
Ofllce: Taylor niocl-, Jlaehciii'.ie Avenue.
H
3-VHVEY & AicJJAIlTIiB
nAismsTFns. solicitous,1 etc,    ,,
' Offices :   ^loi.so.vs  Hank JIi.occ,   Kkvuv
b'roici:, H. C.
Money to loan. ��
Ollice-': ItevclsLokc, R.C.; l-'orL -Steele, II. C.
Guo. s: McC-Airi'iiit,    "'    J. A. Il.sitvr.v,
HevelMoUe, H. C. ,        Kort Steele, li. C.
J:
JVl. SCOTT, H.A., LL.U.
'W'ti compliment the Duhsmuir
government on the vigorous public
works ' policy which, ,they have
���announced���the, most  progressive
which    has      ever     been      put-
���before   the    people,       It   means
the   development   of    the   .province in a,   manner   hitherto    unsurpassed, and at  the same time
the government will draw revenue
from the railways which it aids  to
build, besides   having .control   of
rates and right of purchase.   The
government   have     fhpwn     their
earnest desire to promote the best
interests of the province, nnd  it  is
no evidence that they are wrong to
find some, of their former supporters
deserting their cause.   The remarkable thing is that what   they  have
lost has been fully made tip by the
support which  they   have   gained
from   the   opposition   ranks, ,and
when sve look over the names of (he
men who have joined  the government force sve believe that the government policy is  one  svhieh  has'
commended itself  to some  of  the
ablest opponents of the government.
svould ,not be responsible ior   debts   arrangement, ;i lawyer  svouM   not.  b
incurred in connection ��� with the
property,-to that persons employed
or giving credit should have due
warning to protect themselves. The
tendency of the amendment is to
prevent monopolies, and that is of
coiuv-c a correct policy, but some
rjward'should be held out to the
discoverer of a new mining camp,
whether by allowing him to locate
twice the area, 'as in the ca-~e of
placer claims, ,or by giving him
certain assessment exemptions.
Everything possible should be done
to encourage the prospector and
secure him ample reward for the
hardships he has to undergo.
Public School Report.
Following i.s (he public school r--porl
foi l.-i.-t month i "
LJabkisteh.   Solicitor,   Nutauy
Pcijlic, Ktc
Mdveiizic A vi
Ri'vels|t>l-e, IJ. <J.
A.
II. IIOLDICII
THE MINERAL ACT.
t i
The bill to  amend  the'Mineral
Act provides for revival of a lapsed
miners certificate within six months
on payment of irl'3 in  the care  of
individual miners, and -foOO in  the
case of coni| anie-. which shall sc- i
cure to the defauIter any  interests)
svhieh have not been  taken ' up  by j
others during the ?apse of the cer-;
tificate: a'nd no person or company -'
svho docs no:  hold  a  free  miners :
analytical chemist, and
ASSAYED.
Iloyal School of Mines, London,
Seven yeai"- nt Morfa Works., Swansea. , ,
sisyeu'ceti year* cincf cheinu io svi-j.in   certificate shall be entitled io nolei
Com iin.i Iron Co., Kni;. \
��� Latuchcinistiuid As-ayoi'.iiaii Minns, Ltd.    nnv minerabc.aim er water  riant.
Every ile-wiptlon of assay ana tuuilytica
work midui'talien,
- Claim- examiner! and reported upon.
ItEVjaSTOiCE, il. C.
-   DIVISION I.
Cla^s    V.-- Bessie^   Liisvson,    Eilnn
I**iT.jiltl, Friitik Gn^mi.
'   CJIm.<s IV. A'.-P.-nil Robinson, Hilda
IIi.lili--, Will ley Clark.
Ol.iss^IV,   IJ.���Joseph Howson, Geo.
Pctlipicee, Pietl Ui(]iilnii-t.
DIVISION II.
Ji. Foul-Ill.-Nellie  Daniels, Winnie
McC'riiry, Kail Pdtipiece".
$r. Thicib ���Ai iluir Bennett,   Grace
Gordon. Harold IJiirri(l-;e.
.Ir.oThird.���Ijibby   Btirgct,   Eleanor
Bell,"Nellie Bain.
DIVISION III. '
Si-.  Second,��� Vi..Id,  Kobiniaui, Geo.
Hay. ItobeK McPiuiy.
Jr.    Second.���Thornns/ Wilkinson,
Alii" Bain. Ephiiiiiu Sinith.
'   Fir-t.'  Iie.-iiler.���OliiFbrd     Uiipihart,
Lucy McG.-trlhv, Nellie,, Robinson.
-DIVISION IV.
Fir��l   Reader.-Mabel   IT.-ty','Mairgie
N-'alon, Eliiel Blacklu'ijj;.
Second Primer Sr.���Ev.-t Thonipsoi*,,'
Emmii .Morgan, K.il hleen Aiidei'Min.
S'-i'oml Primer J i-.--L;iur t Mobbs,
Eva D'l.vl", Ada Robinson,
division V.       ,      "
, Gin-* I.-��� I I-i 11 v Floyd, Lcffic.,Baker.
J.ime.s Law t cure. ���
CJ.-i-ss II.--Re^ii' Wol.si'Iy, Gh.-trlit;
Willi,iuis, Jliiry Maunin^.
Class IIL-Eiic Gnni'sier, E^lh(;l'
Flo.sd, Willie Pic.-ud.
DIVISION VI.
Fir-I.   Glass.-Rnlh   Brown,   Maude
Simmons, Flora Forbes.      ;,
St'c.uid Cln.vs.���O-cnr lLinson, Muriel
P.ulcr, Minnie .McM.ihtiu.    ^ ,
'    A. Slt.livan, Piincipal
Miss A. Smith. '1-t A.s-i.-.lant
���     Mi as A. L'DC-AK. 2nd
MtssH. V. Rom.vsoN. 3rd "
Mi.-sW. J. E. CitEEcn. 4tli "
Miss M. Fr.ASEn. 5ih "
! ditch, drain, tunnel or flume.   This' ^
\ svill prevent, others than  bona  ride   f*
a \j
E
,-tDWARD A. HAGGEX.
Mining Enoixeki?,
i members from  blocking  bona   iictc
I operation-.   A nesv clause is added   How Ti.ey Got' Ahead of Mr.  Du-
! providing that n
-,~t-\- -tini*
firlf
ea n
chesnay.
(Men). Am.'-riviin Institute Mining Engineer-)
(Mvai. C.m.iili.ui Milliner Institute.)
. Revelstoke. B. C.
lAaini!ialii,n nf and repot ts nn Mineral Pro-
pci'lies a Speeiall v.
locate on the same lode more  than ;
tsvo claims for other person-1, nnd . At ,,,,. ImIi,|1!(., lilst W(H,k Dr Ci-.,ss
j for such icrsons i.e must b.old a ,.,v.iiif| io.us . f latitrhter by toi'inn
��� registered posve-r of  attorney, and ' l.o-v   iIn- C. P. K-  medicnl hUiff h.i
allowed .t.> (xnct. KivaLer fees tli.-in
tlio-se pio'vided'fnr in the present Ice il
scale.
Martin | rolcsled that- it killed  tin-
bill.
Helnicken'- unit ion dcclarinj; for
compelit-'ve railways slooil over (od iy
by re.]iies( of the govei'nuienl, svhi.-h
i-: iiiakit)^ overl tires to reconcile-inn-
tinoti-: i n'e i nbers. -The u'*v,,,'l*n*'-jP,i
will |')iobah.y coiisenL (.o (in extra ses.
sion for t he au hi din,.' of ihe con 11 acts
instead of res.'i-vin^'siiiil power for tlie
governoi in-"i;itncil.
. .Mr. Cm lis ),',t\-e nolice of an ainend-
uieiil. to lire resolution lo In' in >yed by
Mi. lie:-i eken on Thursday, declining
that the hniiMj l.-i-i no conli lencc ,iu
the novee.mil nL.
The Crows'Nest Piiilvs-ay Bill passuil
with a pr .|.-ci ive clause,
uktikement ophon. ,t. u. tukneu.
On Monday, lion. J. II. Tnrnei, in
concliidinn his Inul^eL speech announced his ivilli(lriisv"il from the ^ov-
ci'titnetil, as he will nosv go (o London
to ii-su nn* I he po.sii ion f.f iigeiit-u;ener,il
for the province.    II" sniili������    -
"When I nuide my lii.sl' budirel.
speech the t.'venue was- only $31-1,000;
there svji'-s then no iiiiuin^ in Ivooteuuy.
[uijuiit.-int, I owns have grown tip llicin
sine", unci many Lliotwancls of Ions of
ore ;ire-lii-iii-*- |ii'odtice<l yearly, rintl
from ihe .-.-i--iern part enoi'iiHuis ipian-
lilies of coal iind c;oke.
"By Ihe uid of gfivern'tiient as-|st-
iinee railways have been built, nnd
tinny miles of roads nnd .Irails, const meted, schnolliiuis-c.s have arisen In
all diivci ion --, ."ind important, frovcrn-
inent l)iiililiirj;s in Nelsim, Kaslo, San-
don. Rossland, Greenwood and Grand
Fork's, all ol which are new towns. In
tin* north, CO.) or 700 miles away, a nesv
district, is opened and filling up. I
haveseeii in ihe sttnie Iinie the revenue
grow from half n million to two million an ! a qunil.er, and the expenditure in fro* critical inn alone front
$00,000 if $:570,()!)0" ��
In his budget, speech the treasurer
esliuialed.t.he revenue for die ensuing,
year at $2.110,7.")1. nn iiicrea��*e over this
year of $'}S:I,5I2. The expendiltire cis
estimated at. S l.-lT.'j.Uij, oi $230,81)7
tliot'i! than for this year.
Smith On; ii* "������ays hi* svill in fnttiie
sit in the oh-kmis a. lihernl-lahoi representative -iiid not. as n leader, and
owing to the stale of his lte-illh he
svould piohab'y r el ire from public life.
He p.nd lie had follosved Jo.* Martin
for IS veai's- and belie veil him to be in-
corruptible bv ..corpoiatioiis and individuals and still believed him to be so.
C.tpi.. Tntlow says his allinitln
against ihe. g .vt rument w,'i3 (akeii
liec.-fnsi! t't'V had not reronsl rtifted
the cabinet as pro-.ui.sed. lie does'not,
hosvi'ver, wi-t'i, it. underslood Ihat his
pnsiiinn is dm. n[ hiistility to the gov,,
ermtu'iit.
The breach i'n the gnveriiinetit. p.-trly
has been hea1.',', cxcepl in ihe ease of
On pi. Tallii-.v. wi,,, vvijl not nl lend the
pari y c.-tti(",t-i-s,
Theie i-m Mrong feeling iu the lioir*e
agiiost, lam]ieriiig with llie milling
laws, so I he amendiiK'.it bill recently
iulroflticeil in.ty.lii. i ejected iu Into
Uuiler same imir.ugetiieiil'.
iN'S HOTEL,
TROUT LAKE CITY
A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY & A HOUSEHOLD BEAUTIFSER.
A dry powder put up in 5II3. packages and in 25 beautiful shades.
When house cleaning be sure and use HflURALO anc* -1;IV("' something for your work.    Easily applied and wont rub off.
McLennan, McFcely & CO. Ltd., 122.Cordova,Si., Vancouver, B; C.
*fr%-*ttrmt*BWt-MWK-\mvti<i&s&rttfiit^
CARPETS,
ART SQTJAEBS,
RUGS,
LINOLEUMS,
WALL PAPERS,
��***��-���     CURTAINS,  ETC, ETC!
" "' Everything to furnish a Home in modest or elaborate style'
Write for our jcjoi Catalogue���free. Il contains 1000 illustrations, all priced.
eiler
Complete Furnishers,'
' Victoria, B.C.
THE   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE-'
No. 1 K..W.-C. BLOOK, NELSON, B. C.
C'lolil, SIIvni'-bpinl and Copper Mine*) wanted at tlie KXCiirAXfil-;.
-   lf'ItMM MILLING CtOl.ll in-opcrilcri svanlcd nt onco for l-'nsluin Invcstni'-.
Pai'llcs liavin-,' ininlnif nronoi'ty far stilo aro rcnucslcil Lo evud bniinilcu of their ore to tho
KXeHANCfK foi-uxliibiti.in.
All siunph's Rlioul.l ho sent by oxpross. PREPAID.
I'Cori'CijpcitnloncosullcitL'd.   Addrctis all coininiinii'iitloiits to .
Ti.'iotiliont) Xo. Hi.   P. O, Tins TOO,
ANDItSW F, E0;:3X"H3r.c:EEl, treleoM, S.O.
Notice of Dlssolution o'fParincrsliip
state in  tho record  the  da'c .nnd ��� r'-ii'ineii
stiliiVil-llils:    f,r    (he patient.-, I    \^'
fJTK'E I-- hoi-r l.y-ris-i!) Iliitt tlio partiior-lili*
li> ivitifii) i- i-xUiuix  lictvvucii  tin- iiiuU'r-
       , ,,. .    , . and li.id 'pphed f-n* brandy nnd whiskv j si.un:-i hihI-t tlm o.uncof tlm losvolsioko V-iuav
 ��� --"-���    , place 01 hling -ir 1L0   power  01  at- a,ii('r  ^/J  lh,ir (ltlli, ,-[1I(ii(.s,    m ^ I w"r"3''-'-'3'3!"^/'-"M"'">-- omTyin^on bi^i.o-,,
vlbC ikOOiClUI^ fllinil ' tnrn(''v' ln-*thc-y with ll  declaration j,.,,.!,,.,,,.,^, pn-de,-. ss,,,- s,id the v?m
1 tha-t thf-claim--arc f'.tr the .-oly  u?c [nuv  w.uili!   not  s.ipplv  iiijuor
a. .a-,';!!- ni inn!'i.-t aivri a!   ItovuUluku,  li.C,
li.is 1 hi-, .I iv li.- -a iI--mjI vcrl .hv unit 11,11 uon-f.'nt,
, 'iiii-  l..i'i.llitiis if tin- Into ijarlncrsliin will lull 11 (J J nni.l ii.v 1!, ��� ..- -ni 1'iuin-- ii.u-tiiDr-i.Iolin K. ir.tn-l-*
iVIInb I
WHAT ?     "W"X-I*y , S^lRXIsi'G-1
and"svith "it comes the qnost'ion of svhere you can purchase lo the host
advantage A NEW SPRING SUIT. We has-o just ojicned up our
Spring Stock of Suits, Pants,'Shirts, etc., and feel safe in saying thai we
can  more than please you in tho.se lines.    We also carry'llic SLATER
SHOE.  ��� ' ''.j'".
. Needless lo say our Groceries are always satisfactory, Drop in svhen
passing and see for yourselves/ : Costs you nothing lo see goods. No
trouble to show them!
FHIHAV, MAY :!. lfOl.
.    , . , 1.      ,,  ,!;.,,,,.  ,,r   n,f. ,���/!,.,. , iin-i Jin  I-',   ilnn is,"aiid  all iicootumdui; till!
or bcnclit of ihe r.-'ivon- :or  whom ���i-l|l|ll'"ili tm-p"1 "- '"��� "",3I- iit.Mi.-i,i.. 1-10,0 1 a,.i o,thi-same,^twm..
A   i:r.i'iii>!::-"!'ATiv;
eapitali.-t- --as'.- that brili
    tbe claim-1 arc located and that (lie
, locator b;is in intc-iv/t therein. 'Ihe
��.r  American '��� duration or the re-core! i.u-to be fre-m
year to yenr ini-lu.-ivc 01 tho day of
Work don? out.-ide a claim
Colum
bin. svith  i;=   risers  tieniing  suth \ i-eco)-ci
lish.it? hillH  ;.!),!  vnlleys ovorcrl ^ ou trails or othor\vi��-e hnving direct
svith cedar and fir, it-- mountain.*. | re]ation to the claim j-hall count a?
big with mineral ucakh. gold, j asseScment Work on a permit from
silver., lead and cQp]'Ci\ and its vaM | lhc y0id Commissioner. A?=e^,-
resourcc? in   oil.   ha:-   n
Xnl to l-c (iiil.liiiie lhf�� medif.iM ie- i
s-.-it 1 <-ii lo ihe plan ot sn'oM it utin'.' '
F' ii-u I'm- pi.uu Jvi'/li-ih nnd in the :
ru-M. ni'ler h.i' tit 11^'s rtpfif.ii'-il I i.e I
tci in" " .Spii i' 11- t'et ii.enti " and "Spn i
Jj.iti'.l 1!
\S'|tll"s��
Hi.ij.
I US      Villi
l!,
.O'l
and
to
brands
v ,m  tiiii mii.'h 1
ingliler i mcnt w01.]c nL1.- \)(, rocordcd   thirty
future before it than anv  province |,(;;iyr after  the  expiration   of   the
in tbe confederation, or Mate  upon j twelve month:- allowed  for record-: he.' it luck  i
the Pacific Cciast. . ,���,,�� on pjiyme-nt of an extra  fee
,i���      Tl.-t
.(,r    Hie    super,    \"   ihe   lir.ni'iy    ,-ii.c
ss hisky r.ime Jilnll.' ,m (l-'siri d.
\)\, Ci-.s-f to'd Mr, Jjut l.esmiv nf
lhc j-.|<e, .s!i--ll tli,.r af-ntleiii.in heillt
||\- |.|.j.,\er| uui --[ipievl il��"l ill"
iii^f')ili|i y i-t' the nieill'.'ijs l!u' Mi.
I im hi-tin- "3'i oi.j.x'ted t.i sirpply
�� hen .: v as li'-x' 'ud-icd
1   oul fit'   1 he-lint.     Thefe-
'tii tl.iy of April, A", U., I8JI.
M'*'Mii:::.
A, V. .S'J'ICWAItT,
J. )���'. IIAUIIIH,
J. Ii. HAKKI.S,
Hylilillul }���,.!. F, Ilnrrlp.
Wl
Front Street, Revelstoke, B.C.
uipior, -in*J
0t    upon the ineih-i.y wen', buclc to the old
NOTICE.
Coi.. Tiiacev'.s report on iht
])0?cd cocte-rir-iein io tho ss filer ^11 j��j11 %���
1 * 10, and   provided  Ihe  claim  has I r"""J!'''"��!'"
I . , I" ,       ,  sijIUpl.'S    in
���ro-1 not meantime; become the  property ' r^��� nj: j|is ^n.llt.,.���^lir
.'HSCS-mc-nt ! p,,sS..(| in this form.
rivei- Mr. iJuctie-u.iy.-' ,
s ime   way   as   in trie j / <
J*.
ably furnished vvith the choicest the market
affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.
Rates $f a clay.    Monthly rate.
ALBERT     STOICTin
PROP.
of   another.      PLxce;-;
he. order  li'Miig
and "lfclric lighting .-vistcm eif' the svork may nlso lie recorded, Juelg-
eity ]ilacoH ttiat |)rei]io-ilioii out of j nicnts ,'tl'feeting rriine-ral c 1 .'1 iinh
reach for the. pivv.enh ��� The prf-pur ' intiyt be reeeirded, and tuiMiOrity  i��
given for (be: officers of the department of miner, gold CDinmiHsionerH
.'incl mining recorder.it lo fully inspect mining prpp(''i'f.y.v rI/ Llie- bill
ah to be amended (here- are, furl heir
cuur-sc nosv svill be lo urn rove tbe
existiii<.' s\>U'iii. nnd leave the- cx-
ten.-ii)ii ah tie for a biiri. It is
'sta'teel that there i.s plenty'of water
available at the source'of supply if
Although the iJf, '.old ihe joke mi
Mr. Din he-nay. no one enj"jed it,
inoie than lh.it   gen' lem.iti himself.
.Snperiiitendeiii Kllfi.ilri'.'k uayi hr;
will k-(-"ji a MfK-eial e\(> i,n [Jr. Onus's
pif.--ci-ipiions in I'ur in e, and ('sp'"-i-illy
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t^^^/Q^vf) Albert^; THE KOOTENAY MAIL  i  <  l'ir.-ft clas:. sleeper.-- on all trains.  Tourist Gars  Pass TtovcMoke Daily for St. Paul,  Fridays for .Moatroa] and iioston,  Sundays and Tuesdays for Toronto.  ���������   Trains  for  Kootenay  Points  I*  Leave Hou-lsloU'rU SllO.'  Main Line ���������  .Kootenay Lodge  Hi  A Beautiful Engraving of  is  ^Jnii.nlh  at   fa  p.   in.  S*    Visiting   brethren  CDi-tlially welcomed.  G. S. McC'AIiTEl'.  Si-cketauy.  nsvEz^Toxs lodge, i. o. o. f., No. 25.  -.-, ,������V '���������-/>.        Regular meetings are held  - ��������� '-'��������� *M������$&-&A   in O.Mfnllovv-' Hail even  ' -'��������� Wf.iSffi'/^j.'IliuH.iii.v ni-rht at   ciphl  -'���������.-���������������*. '?*!&ZZ&o'clock.   Vi.sit ing brothers.  ���������   '���������V'-i.'V^^oarili.illy welcomed.  13. -\VATKlt50N. N.G. J. A. STONK, K.S.  U. N. COUKSIEK.H.S.   "���������-  GELKir-I*; LODGE, NO. 12. li ,0. O. F.  ���������__j-^ .Meets ovoi-y Tuesday  7K^^7?~~*~~k^     OVI'DUIB in Oddfellows'  m       ft,,.,  <?*.   Hnl]    Rt - h   o'clock.  Visiting brethren cor-  tliiilly  invited  to at- ;  tend. ,.  J. MA Til If:, Six,  ���������: 5 s ; ��������������� b. [ts        ' Is  UUCCN    if  ^        For Only 10 Cents  All over the world those j.iciorf": will ho sold  'None knew her but to love her; None named  hor hut ro prair-e. ��������� Thero aie ten million people  in lho United states .-nifl Canada vvlni will each  *v.i)it one of those l.e.T.ilifu! piLt'irt--. Tin *, are .1 \1.,,.,..-. Al.l \l..fVvl,-, V,i���������-���������inn  full size. lO-c-2-l. So uxptm-i- has. been ������*, .red j U'<- -Ua\Oi. Aid. AiCUll t\ ,3NCSS UliUV,  and thv picture, is well worthy of a handsome j Bourne, Tavloi*, Abr.lhtlUlSOll. and  frame.   Agent-can-e!I 10'Ja any.    samples by , v      ,  Regular ��������� Meeting.  The regular meeting svas held oh  Friday.     Present:     His Worship  I-.'nst'-  DAILY TltAINS  Went  t'iCiO arr.  Uevcli-toUc   -  arr. 17, W-  ",'M Iv,  licvd-ftoko  Iv. 17,30  For 1 .ito.-. lick.  ���������ts. and full itifui'inalloi-'upply  tj  T. W. bR ADS HAW,  ir l  /fit,  R v ktok .  E. J. CQYLE,  A. G. P.-A!, ���������  Vancouv r.  LOYA2i ��������� ORANGE   LODGE   NO. , 105S.  ���������ncBul.it* moi-ting.-" arc hold in  the Od.lfflioWa  Hull on   the  Third Friday ot each month, at  y-iS~fm'&  '   8 p." in. sharp. ���������VinftltiijVetli-  iXwW^n    run cordially invited.  "��������� SS"; 0. lilRNKY, lire. Sec.  Nettle.  ,corki-;spo.vdi:nce.  P. R. Peterson asking council to  do share of .boundary fence on  north side of track and offering to  do svork.���������To stand over.  Dr. Cross, health' officer, stating  present dry earth system svas not a  success and that a satisfactory  scavenging system could,only be  secured by the-city taking" tho  matter in hand, . JDr. Cross also  referred to the septic tank-system,  He reported the clean-up had been  v.ell carried out by the citizens, but  tho lanes required cleaning." Referred to 'Health Committee, Aid,  Bourne referred to the nosv seaveiig-  ������������������"<:  Tfi.-J:'  1    1 f-it'  'i  ^1   ***ifcjffa5  - v. e^'Si'" ���������@������j  3^B;C|  COURT WT. EEGSIE  , I. 0. F, Ko. SiCi.  Mecl.s in thn Oddfo low1-  H.ill on -the .sijcouri mill  fourth-Mondays c-f caul,  iniinlh. ������������������ VlriititiK hreili  roll, .Invited  10 'iiUend-  iC'DrfJ'; O.JOHNSON.  ,..,-.������������������'-������������������.  It. S.- ���������  loth  ���������.'.'lid  ���������."Jth  IGlh  ���������.'3rd  3-,'th  OOBAN STEAMSHIPS,  RoyiilM������iili.i"J=fl-  Olmysss Routo to tlio Old Country.  BK \ vr.ll LINK-l-'roni ?t. John       Halifax.  P.S. Uifilanin Meh.'Hh ,       Meh. wth  SS'iifl-iau ��������� 1,  L,ti-..' Cnamplain  '���������  l.nkc.Mch'iiniic    ���������  ALLAN LINE-Front Portland.  Sun-Minn MF.h-!}���������,!!  Corinthian   :     ���������     ���������     ��������� - ���������     * ,    ���������    ������������������������  Sicilian  , , .......'.i'!  Parisian -  *      A.l,nl "-rd  DOMINION LINK-Vrom Porllnnd.  Vancouver '   *     ^^ nil.'  linminton  Caiiibroi-.ian  Pa-sonpi'i*--tiokf-tcd through In nil .parti; of  Clrent llrit.iin anil Ireland, and at specially low  rato-ito nil parti* of the European continent.  Apply to nearest railway or steamship agent or  to  T. W. BRADSKAW. Agent. Rovalstolio.  t'Srd  uOth  S. S. "Lardeau."  Kunnins between Arrosvho.nl and Thmnsnii-*  Landing coMiinciieins June lu, WOO, will sail ~-  foilovvs (sveather perniitting):    .  Louvo Arrnsvhend for Thomscu'r- Laudine  and Comaplix at 7k. daily. -' o  Lcnvo Thomson'* Lnnditi": and Cotnapll*- for  Arrowhead at. 171s. daily, coiuiectitvif vvith all  r. P. it. trains unci boat.".  Tho owner.-; nisurvo lho riifht to ciin use times  of failins.svvIth'Hit notice.  THE FltED U0HINS0N. l.UMUEl! CO. L'TD.  F. ROniNSON,  ManngiiiK Director,'-  HECITYEXPRE8S  E.W.'D. Paget, Prop..:'..  rriuiipt. dulivpi-y nf parcels-, biiggu^b,  etc , lu any part tit" llie Ciiy.,  ..Any Kind of TpjDSfePring,:;;  Diidei'iHkeii.  Tiiero Boasan Of It,  11,  All  ordi'rs  T.i> lift.'.' vSinie, <ir,  M.  SlllVllll-'s !  luff at  ly Ti'lfpliniu', No  ss ill iva-ii 1* pruiiipl ni 11 ulii'ti.       '   '  1- 1  ^���������^y-r^-n.vj-vT.y-^ I _.  There.-isn't .one   reason ��������� thsre  are i 5  dozens  why    oul'    work   is    better  than   any   oilier*    laundering    works.  Come in and see.-boss',-sve  c    . i.  do it.     See our machinery,-  ' nicely and exactly adapted  to every need.   Our soaps,  too, of tlie  best, long tried  i       -and proven good.    / ' ��������� ���������  1F.3.BUKER7PROP,  8  y.  'i:-  ,y.  <;������������������  ('.���������  y,  .9.  K  ���������\  -V  I  ITS'.  .^-  '9.  IP  ,-V  AUD SMOKE  !eve!s  "For gale  Patro:i!z: Home IndHslry.-sj.  f\ .    . .  15! A" BLACXSMITHING& "CARRIAGE  ke "'     |! BUSINESS.  An A. 1 opportunity for,one desiring an opening. Easy terms.  Satisfactory reasons for wishing to  sell.   -Ap])ly to  Mai], post p.tid, I.e.  1 do;:r-������ pictures. T.'c. soil for 31.il. profit 1.x-.  o-) pictures .?:t0.)    -      So.ft!     **    S-'.iki  lnO      '��������� SiOD    "      Sl'MiO   ���������'    So.00 |  I*i'ltor'(br.l..T 10fl.it once and strike while the  Iron is Koi. The tin.��������������� tn -sell Koods i- wln-n  the people want thcni.    Thc.v want then) ao*������".  HOME NOVELTY MFC. COMPANY;  P.O. Box 51G.Depi.C3i,  CHICAGO,        : : ILL.  Attack of Royal Canadians ai  Paapdelw-  The pret-ou is n time- whe-n svstr picture* nro  in t-i-i;.-!ti'f di iiiiiinl than ever. Tin-.ctuni'icl of  tin- British s-oMiersiin the h.-itilclli'lil lais won  tlio iHaudlts of adtuii'iliij iiatinii-. W'e luivi-  of (,'re.it expense puhlirhi'd four liirge. bt atililul  pictui't-s, siz-.1 '2ijS'-l. on henvy, *-i:]ic:-linc. culcn-  .Icred paper. A picttirt' thnt vvi;i oumiiivikI  itst-lf and stud a Thrill to the heart, of every I ,.-.��������� ^v*;1pm in Pnlidon ~  truo  Canadian  i-the one called Attack of   "Jb * .^!jlJ:"1   "  -liH'0n'    -      ���������   ,     '  Itoynl Canri<iiar.c nt Paarrtolierg. thuivnre I   ��������� bull   LlIO, and   otUHSOll  & Co. l'e  tit. rally hundred- of ligurih on this t)!ctiu-o. |���������ni-    0f    ���������i,.u..,.-j ,.       u���������^���������i,.���������,i    +���������  the niou'ititjii.* or )wn\������vs rurucliiii;? out into   Sale    Ot    CtebellturOS,���������-KeSOlved    to  the di.st-uicu nri> svviiriui-f,'  svith men. while    extend elo^i'll" rlsi+t" till .hinp 1 ������t  hero nml thcro n prostrtito ll������ure spunks only | ^\^l\l <-M-\u0 U*^ U/' ������*unt lil,  ton svell of tlio HoprTlltrmcn.    Il: wasnjuhi.s ;    ' LRClV    i.UinlO,    LlSKlllg     COUllCll S  support to system of cottage hos*  pitais'in memory of late Queen.���������  Reply' that city 'has in hand establishment of hospital,  Water, Light and 'Power Co. re  meter for Hotel Rcvelsloke.'���������Referred to, "Works Committee.  A, fc?.' Farsvell, asking time for  clearing lots under by-law.  rj. ]���������'. McLeod, ro license.���������License  by-law to be carried out.  Telephone Co,, refusing to. pay  costs of falbc fire alarm, "l he Mayor  Spoke strongly about the necessity  .o^putting ti slop- to recurrences of  this ufeless expense to the city,���������  Demand for payment to be again  made.  Calgary Fire Department, asking  Ilia I the fire brigades be represented - at celebration on May  2-1 th.���������'Referred to city brigades. '.  Secretary Bureau Provincial-In-  forniiiticiij asking city cen>tis.���������  Ro])lied to,   -  Kan-loop? hospital, svith account  for late A, Lourgeois.  ,W. A. Galliher, M. P., stating  Dominion Government could see  no rear-on for svi.hholding villa'lot  80 'from A. S, Farsvell, to whom  patent, had been issued.  M. Pettie'piece and J. McLcod  asking council to prevent sale of  lot to Chinaman for store and  boarding house as it svould'depreciate value of their properly.���������-The  Mayor said they could not stop the  sale, but Aid. McCa'rty considered  ihey should ask C.-P. R. not to sell  lots' there to Chinese.���������Resolved to  write C. P. R. on matter through  theh'olocul agent, Mr. Sibbuld.  _���������    \VATEIt '&'LIGHT.  Col. Tracer's report-was rend and  referred to ihe Fire, Water tt Light  and Public Works committees to  report,  '   E'TILSMLR  FOU DIG lillSV,      -  hatiloflold tin; gallant Major Arnold met  "leath uiifliiichiii-'ly. It is only toil true thai  many ot thtMC f*iillriiit h-iirtr- that bent so Inifh  svhi-ii the chaeriag i jioucazitiis ba.lo lheni  Godspocdud they suilurl fnnn ('tiiiailn'f-shores  nosv lie r-til- forever in lonely Knives on the  other r-ido of tho world under African fkics.  To every Canadian henrt, in ovory Canadian Iiomo, tlm deeds of their bravo Hnldier  br.y.-i spoal; with nn irreiistiblo thrill of  Patriotism and pride. Gordozi Higlit������nd-  ero at tSo Baitio.of Boimont. uuai-ging  tiio Bosr Gur.9 at E".and3i������,agi;e, nnd fchd  Charge or- Uonsrol Frcncli'o onvairy on  tho itetroatiag Gonoral .Cronjc's Army.  Thcnearc all ^tlrrliijf pieliiroii iintl cunnut full  to eoinineiiil theiuselveo to any fine who will  o.v-aiiiiueilioiii. They tne llftl* HOT i>1~LiL-  JIIIIS! AgentB cotn inoney, Mia prollw,  KiioriuntiA MieccHS, ''no iiueiit sold 08 In one  rlny, Samjjlo and tonus L'5 ci-iitn (none free);  four for IU cunts; SI,61) per dozen i a for 82,76 i  50 for So; \m for i'.o'i. S'.'fita to-day fur a  do^eti and mako nioncy,  HOME NOVELTY MFO. COMPANY,  ���������    Bos SIS, Dspt. C3i D,  CHICAGO, ILL  WWffi  ���������s^&-rzz:^^-,!SS!3S?_  Size 16x22.  One of tho morit lrtt'lliul pictures,in  colors! Upon a background of "Puro Soliii  Gold rests the Family Record In the  .sti.-ifiu of it handsome volumo svith Gold  ulasns iipnii it otislilon of.crimson velvet  .vith a ban iful ,gold tr.E.sol. On the  p.iy'es, under diiTcrcnt lieadiiius are spaces  iu which to write tho name and date of  birth. " On either si.lo is a h.iatitlftil suroll  on which to record marriages and dent lis.  On top' of tho picture, arc the words,  ������������������ 5'ianliy Record," in the riclieetleltorin'?  aIIOvvii toc the printer's- ui*L. Untlor this are  spaces for father'? and inolhorVpictiire.-.  In the lower part of tho pioiui-o is abct'.u-  sifisiliGinc sauna, ho dear old gi'aad-  ;jnre:Ka, the handsome, stalsvari, ln:s-  OM,n.U. a nd UaiW yoanjj svitc, the loving  d-iueUtior ninl oaby boy���������thu,������doiis������c i  o'vanilelsiid-are nil ^atheictl iirouml Uu  t.i hi", wiiile lit'tiiifltitiiicr leads a portion oi i  God's Holy Word. A truly bt'iiuiil'iil [  scein-. Underneath aro lliu svonls, "God|  UI'.ds Cur Family." Aroinul 'l.in pictur.-  jivo oiirhl i-paees ior photi.Kt'nplisfii other  iiioinbe' s of tlie family, ouch space ctielof-iiiK  n Ki'tu ll'iwer piece. Klsevvlieru on I ho pio-i  iiiruaro pe.nicrnl creip np' vines, luid- itml j,  blu.s.i <iiih in rich ooiitiiMun, the whole rosi-  inK on, ninl thrown itit.i bol-l reliel by tin  3 iOl'tteuurt liacli','i'<iiuid ot BoUd Gold svhieh  i liru.liiei s a picture oi daExiil'j bj.iaSy.  The Canadian Order of Foresters.  This national fraternal and benevolent society has secured a splendid .position and standing in all  parts of the Dominion, and to those  interested in the subject of "fraternal insurance" the desirable  features of the society are well  worthy of examination.    They are:  1. Purely Canadian.  2. National in its character.  / 3.    Age limit���������18 to 4p.  4. Fixed-Premium. Xo Death  Assessments.  5. Gives $500, .$1,000, $1,500 or  $2,000 Insurance.  " 6. Nearly two and a half million dollars paid to members and  their dependents since organization  in 1870.  , 7. Careful medical selection.  Death rate for the 21st year of its  history, only 4.-13 per 1,000.  8. Has a larger Surplus on hand  for each $1,000 risk than any other  societv of the kind in Canada. At  Feb. 1st, 1901, the surplus svas $1,-  001,057.63.  ��������� 0. Security of Investments. Not  a dollar of the surplus invested outside of Canada. , ,  10. Premiums and Interest accruing therefrom used only for payment of death claims.  The fees for the insurance,  payable monthly in ..advance, are as  follows!  Br'tivi-eii tlm  lltfi'Sf. (if  ~  18 to 23 .. ������������������  25 In 30 ��������� -  30 to 85 - ���������  J}.") in 40 .' .  40 to 45 - ���������  < In- Mai inn.  A rati* war N now on liptwfpn llie  C. P. It. .-inil Switllf ir.-uispi'irtnliim  tonipani.'s for tin* inn thcni trado, the  L). lJ. H. having cut the rati* in two.  Thy C. P. K. svill lniikl l)i\iiK-h lint's,  to Chillisv.-u-k iind Lulu I-l-md >tarlinj;  tlio svork twxi. month. Tin* Ciim-i-iny  vvill also in.tki- a sc.'i������it(t' lv.sort. at  Gch.'i '-s lii-aeh wit h an itl.'it of |u ovitlin^j  VaiKMiivci- with ,-t m-i-i of Coni'y.  Isl uui.  W. \V. F.i.sti-t-, win) has- hi'i'h sccri--  t.-ity in tlie sii(ii'ii.Ui'i)dt-nt'-i otlice at  K-'VflsLokf. will proli.ilily lie proinot.-il -  tn tin* position of s������-������-iviaiy to ihfj  Assistant GfiuM'iil .Supr-i inti'iidi'nt.  ilr. F.isii'r is oiu-i of tin- niosL iililij^in^  an I f,-i|i.ililtj iif the c.irupanv'.s .stairand  stieii pi'iunniion i- wi-il nit-i it.'d. It is  not yet known ssho will he nppoinlt'tl  to the position of setivtaty in Super*  intendt'iil. Kilp.iLrivk.  General Sup.'t inteiident MArpnlij  pafs-nd through U-v-i'l.sioki' tin Mniiilay  on his svay lo lho coast I'miii1 Montreal,  Hi'' sviif ini't at Fi-ld , hy As>isi((|,'t  Geti-rnl Siipi-rinicnd.'tit Diicliesuay,  svho ncconipatiird  him to V'nncnuvei-,  Sit|)('iinl lent'    Kilpalrirk     hcciiiii.  panii-d lhi* parly us fni as Kamlnops,  We in f* informed' lliat.'ihe ftirlh. v  pnaiitfi*!* in otlieials whivli weie repot I.  e.l ;is in t oiili'iu'pl.ilioii will not Im  tu nle for the pri'senl mi i',-ii'us thi1 P.-* .  itilie Divi.sio'i is voiici'i-ni'd.  )  On '    On'     On On  S5U0   $1,000. $1,500 $2000  .M. -   .00      .00   ' $1.20  .40  .45  .50  .05      .08  .70   $1.05  1.SD  1 AP-5.'."*7v} K(r,v  IS VOUlt TIMIC   (Hi-'  i SUuil i "    fl'otlllir lll'IcO In -V) eetll*, hut le  ������3 any oiu wlio s������-n.:if lllls ml si.   \fr Wi II w'i l1.  '��������� .mo lor .'.') eciii's.   uui' price lo tuteiils 0 tin  3?!; i"'.1 ''or oil  I!"1 for *aL>-|i     ^ " |in.v'ili|-  lair.s'Rs ninl rjlttui iiirmey fnr uiimiIiI pi.-  Liu'es,   N. c. .htclejoti, I'-ilinure Uny, i.ou .'lit  ;7.'i i?ll.75. fol'l thenl fur hull'p.-iee,-.'j cent-  t-aelr,- in  5 day.-, iiiaUing Su.'.oJ cie.tr proll!,.  ran you do belle:-/  oecsa  'i-  Cigars.  UNION'LAECR.  6'  .       - ' vi  EevBlstokG .Cigar Mfg. Co.'y-|-  " &���������  Revclstok:   Station. ,'V  4'  i^'*o.-P:,^^'i.'.i>.'v-VP:ir^''VrCVt'.--^'^ft''^J'^'^>.  %  .....fil.tf.  '^���������".REVELSTOKE, B. 0.  UNION LABOR.  Buy Only Unio:-.-Mado Ghbca.  l Trees   Seeds   Plants  1.40  ���������.83     1 23 '  ' 1.70  .55   $1.00   , 1.50       2.00  111 1000 over $1'J5,000 were paid  out in insurance. -..  . The Sick   nnd   Funeral   benefit  branch is a very  popular department and upwards of 22,000 of the  members of the society arc participating in this feature of the order.  The benefits are $8.00;per week for  the first tsvo weeks  of illness  and  $5.00 per week for the following ten  weeks, altogether3$o(3.00 during the'  year, besides a funeral  benefit of,  $30,00. . In case of continuous ill-,  ness $56.00 is paid each year.   The  fees for same; payable ' monthly in  advance, are as follows:  Betsveen'18 and 25 years. 3'25 cents  '  '���������'     25 and 30 years.. .30 cents  30 and 35 years. ..35 cents  35 and 40 years.. .40 cents  40 and 45 years,, .45 cents  During the year'iyOl) -over $63,-  000 were   paid1 out   in   sick   and  funeral benefits.'  ft Saved His Leg.  P. A. Ditil'oith, of L-iGr.-iiiffp, (J-i.,  Milt'ered for'.six tiinnih-f u*iih u 'viKhi.  I'til niiiniiijr M.fe tin hi.-fle^; 'hut, vvtiu's  liiiit. Bitrkleu'-i Ariiini S-dve svliolly  emvil it 'in live days. For Ulceiv,  Wounds, Piles, jis the hi's-t Nili-'e in llm  vv.ii.d. (.hire ifii.iiameed. Only 25i'.  Sold 'hy the Ciimil.i; Drug k JJnok'  (Joinpniiy.  n  it  "ii  BIG PHIZES AWARDED DAILY  S'hcn you havo mode out your list till out  l  on  Uu; uuiluiu ul   this udvt. uuU nU|o  ,,,,.,, , ,, vl  " '" <l -'1 l|il,jj.l  .V.l.ti'o.i.e.1 on Veiu.ij.-miui,, or  ��������� All physically and morally quan-1 .votn-.cuinu,ry w.iuiu, uicnit you .tivr.waiii.-d  fiorl nviln-- bpt-vf-en 18 and 45 rears   ,llJI'''!l-''V0110-111 ," >'"- dcsn'u '^L me pnxe by  llCtl ul.UOb Ut,L,st.oii xo aim tu   vt-itic    uecomuiy .1 siio-unocr   to    i;ik    Sv o.siAN'i  $25,000'  Oiip Grand   $25,000  OrniUialo^ical'Oofltsst.  Soi'nutliiiijj  entirely   new   an i,   intcr^liii","  Ueiul wliiu you iu e lu tlu.     Vou  lui.y .jet Jlut*,  Our conic-,-, is L.i.,uu tviio can ni.t.ii. llie largest  u.slor ii.tm.-s (.,r liunl-j or Uinia nuiu the lohovv.  UM hsl ot lellur.s:  WDOOOCOKQ'ULIAPRT'ARIOO  E o P N I E L V' E, B R D I M' W A U O H T, L  , \\'o will recigruse as a bird anyllr.i)-,- bcloiiL.  in^' to Ihe toaUicrcU triue, vviiuiiicr il uc .1 He  Uro iv, .-siiio'ur ut-any uliiur kind. Yi,������ c.,��������� u.o  any hrlliriis many unicij tii ui,iko'.-i'ii.imf lis it  appettrs in llie list, ut ielier.������ auuvo; lor niattuieu  iv'oudcuck, l'Io-er, ritimv JJinl. ete. loiuiv  pei'BUli-, v\ lio on ii make a lint or i.j or more dilte'-  iriiL nr.mt-8 of Uiuis, \te will five ttOroiutely  I1 Ul-ifc. ti beaiitilul l'niit; value fcl.uMj ur le>s  A largely  Ic.-tlmciiiu'.s and  svant  \S-e have S.O'.f)  yotlr.-'.  Addl'C--3!  HOME NOVELTY MFQ.ODMPAHY  r>D?t. C3i C, P. O. Box, 513,  ���������    ..        CHIGACO' ILL  signed requisition was  presented  asking council,to introduce a bonus of  $3000 in aid of u  ���������steamer for Pig Pcnd.  Aid,  Settle ecu-ita red this hv  of age, who are not debarred on ac  count of occupation, are accepted  for membership.  For further particulars enquire  of any of the ollicers, or members of  tho order, or address,  ' R, Elliott, II. C. R-, Ingersoll,  Ont.j Thos White, High Secretary,  Erantford, Out.; Ernst^Gartung, B.  O., Brnntford. Out; A. Herbert, D.  H. C. R., or i). IS. McKinnon, D.  H. S,, Winnipeg, Man.  Fought for His Life.  "My fiiihi-r and sislPi-both ilied of  .'nm,    ^tvruiv-    Ltii'iuuuu    ijnti-i   ni'     ,, ,,        ,, .. T   r���������   ... ���������,,|l,.���������  , .  i ,     ',    ,   ,, , ,  ���������      Ooiisiiiiip  tin,    svutt's J. 1. \\ enthei'-  law nr.glit o-iict the .water exten- ,, ,,    '...    .,..,   ,,���������,,,, T ..���������.���������  ���������  ,   1      I 3 wnx, or Hjiiiidoltt', .sLch., "ninl l wtt-  tlOl DS-Ia.v, , . 'saw.l  |V���������ni   theHni.ief.ittM.i.lyhy Dr.  vaz~isz  aissjawi  Tbiistninp ukpcI by lho JOHN Me-  PMSHSON CO.. biiiiiied.of Hiiini:*  Ion, tbe only Union ^uclory in Caiindn  " -Slxly vni'k'tiloi of Apulo. extra c.linleti  0 hl.ick of t'hiii'rlt'if, Apricots, d'citch,  A J-luniflniid Prunes. ...  \ Ni'vvlinpnrtiUloii nf lli";t c!a?s llhodfc  ". fiendroiiH. IIiwi-h, ('h'tn.ill-., Day Tic-i.  ������  UfillicH. Uodh'u Plants, etc.  No njffiilH nor coiimiN-iloiiR to p������y,  Onler.s iIiik In om.' riny ymi xin t-cl the  siiinc vvt'i-lw Xo fumlK'itliitriioriiispuc  tli-n I'liiit'ifci. Grecnhou-if plnnt-i, ni'ri-  i ti 1 t.uiill liupliinonK t'eriillzeis. ele.  hiiiWHtnnd liuis't ufiiiiplf-lci-iuok In Hie;  I'r.iVliict!, .Send for (airih'ifiio or cnl!  nn'l nntk,o your ���������n-lcollons heturu pliicliiij  youroi'ileitf.   Addrifn:  M. J. Honry, Vancouver, B. 0.  Greenhouses and Salerooms:  30C0 Westminster Road.  i> I  Jas. I. Woodrow,  j-      BUTCHER.  j Retail Dealer Irt^^gaaSiS^-- '  BEEP,   FORK  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All order-" promptly filled.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, uS^  ("Vn'iirr   noiiR-!iii*  eels.  L^   WHITE   LABOR   ONLY.   }  Atclibislinp IJnifliP>������i lm������ issued it  juuiiinil lcilPt' in svliicli ho dccliirct  I lull iiiiii'i-iii!:t.'.' .wliii'h are cot'tnuy to  thn  niitlioiity  "f  ��������� 1 ��������� t* <"lnn*cli iv.o uu  Firewood.  WANTED.  rcy������yg������-'*;'r.pi  Agents for Kootenay and Vicinity  for tbe sale of hardy lines  cf standard fiuit stock,  small fruits, ornamental  trees, shrubs, etc. Terms  Appiy nosv to  libera    ��������� Fircsvood from the l-'red Robinson  ind void Picli tboti^h Iwld to bii v.did j Company's  mill  supplied -al ������2 pet  iy t.b������ civil Insv, ns in ibc Delpit ciisc   am\f prompt caab sviib order.     Orders may be left at the mill oftice ot  ... ,   ..3....1  . ,v   ,'������������������.,���������.    .���������'.'    " '  -;'.'iv������tojw.N'..''-"  1.  'J'iio   Aroli'bi.shop  (-.iiitttltides bv ex.'om-  'liii'uliPiit'iiiJ!   'tb   "'hi* dftobpy llicltisys  4 tlio vliurvlf adiwrnii^'niHiTi^^  at fuy y.'ii'i.  PELHAM   NURSERY  COMPANY,  Toronto, Ont.  Notice, to Subscribers.  Tin- proprl'tnr nf the'KnoriiN'AV, "SUn. <p  liU..-!Ssillrs:;Wiv.'rj. to  lulvi-e hilll f)f ItllV I.VCKU*  'ihe Mayor said'they wore bound  in ihc\Jaco of this requisition, to  submit the matter to the ratepayer?.  He suggested putting this and the  walcr exlcn-sion by-lass- at the same  time ns a matter of economy.���������Referred to committee,?.  I'l'tiM':' WOI1K:.  The Works Committee rccom-  nnnded that Agren, Lundell, and  Lauder be notified to trim off sidewalks done by them or that city  svould have svo,rk done at contractors' ex pen:e.  That on 80 foot slroetB tree planting be IS inches' inside lot line and  17 feet oul side; and' in narrower  f:!)\cts 11 feet from lot hue on ont-  fide of lot,  lUiilding of 8 fool- sidewalk on  'J bird s-trecl, to' entrance of court  hoiijc, and 0 fool sidesvallc from  Uni'den avoive and Second street  lo Covernmcnt Htrcol, .and along  Co'.eiliiiitnt street to Piivt street  connecting svith eroding at City  Hold.  'ibe report svas adopted svith the  excep'iion of the sidewalk clause,  sshich svas amtntlcd on motion of  Aid. Nettle, seconded by Aid. Mc-  Carty, to carry court bouse footpath  en south side of Koolenay street.  The clause recommending sidewalk  by City Hotel svas rejected.  LOAD TAX.  Tbe Mayor urged the collection  of road tax from all who were  ���������liable for it.  .SVMrATllY.  On motion of Aid. Nettle, second*  ed by Aid. Bourne, the council extended its -.���������.sympathy to the city  clerk,3Mr. Hhaw, aiid family in  ifcVJf VVJCttV.t'WCftti ;���������' *;   ..  ��������� -- .....        .. urtl\ I  U'.Onl.D. WuMiitil it ward a prize to.cvors per-  ���������inn who aeii.l,- tno hanioor *Jo JJIuU, nnd our  yilts vv.tl bo as loilows : for the best list, ve*  ^uivetl eacli day, tt Uoltl Winch | lor tlio -icond  bUBt- Koltiu.in oiil-'i tlaya bcaittiiul Impoitt'd  lea set i lor the seven - hum Oe.si .."rations lat-h  titty, a Kutiraii ti.ikili I.MainoiKl mlU Kiibv'Uinei  ior 1110 next best nohiuon, a tjold 1'n.ee; aiul  tor all other curruci aoluiiomf. firms ot Good  \ nine. 1 hero prizes will be forw���������itlcd dmlv,  y.ni will mil nave to wan a loiirf tune in utiee'r-  Utility before you ktiuw the iv.s'ull. There Is'uo  element of lutlery in our p.'ao, it mitkcrt no  liurt'-renct! wheltier wo get your sulutiou late or '  early 111 the day. ,vu you luci iR 10 mail this  Atlvt. to us, mid on the tl.ty it reitehes un, if  }',m:p, I'i1,' J^1110 bcal' Yoa a^*" havoilio  Gold \Vtttoh or it second bent tl-e bcaulilul  leu bet, anUtiooi), W'oKUitranteeilmt we svill  award you it prize. '1 la-ro is ub-oluielv no  opportunity lor deception on our part-vvc caii-  nut, atl'ortl it. W'e wane to get l.iui.OOU svell  stinstied rrubseribers, and lor lliui reiuson wo  dun 1 want you to jjend any uionev until von  know exactly what pruo yuu have pilnud bv  iiimvvorliijf 1110 .ptiMli-jf. -.s-f soon alter 1 p.m',  each iluyiia poifsible, lho exunilncrs willjudBO  lho, Hdtn to thc'bt-it of t.ielr ability and will  iU'������ignaio tho prnsci-. SVo will write to vou nl  once tioiuyiinf you what priao ha-i bun uwuiit'  ed you, then it you arc "atisiied, you can rend  your mibrfcrlpt.011 to Tub w'om.ix'h SS'oiild  and your pnno svill (jo by rot urn or mail cm'  t'ititfo paid, 'lo a peifon or narrow ideas ic  .seems lmpusjibie that we shouid be aide to  niakcstioli a yig.tiuic otrcr, but svo have tho  inoney, brain-, and reptuatlun, sve knusV  exactly svhat we arc doiufc', and if we can  lt'i"itiniately gain a million Mibseribei* bv Uui  b'rauil idea we know that this million or well  ... , ,, ,, , 1 plci.aod .subscriber." can bo induced to rcuom-  ini'dii'iiu- niiide  tne tis svell ns ever anil    muml 'im- Woman's   SS'oulii to all triends,  Ivini-'s New Diicovery. An attack of  Pneumonia left nn olmlinate cnii������b anil  veryo.severe lni'U Iponlile, svhieh an  I'xrellent doctor could not help, li.il. 11  fesv  inonthV   use   of   this   svondet I'ttl  I K'diied much in sveight..", lut'allil.le  foi' Ct tt-s'hs, Colds iind iill/riiroal and  LuiiK ti'oiihle. Trial lutlth'S fre������.  Giii'iriiiitei'd hollies 0O1:11 ml $1.00 nt llie  Canada Di'tiK it Book stori1.  Undei tin'Prnviiici.il Kmploypi'.VLi-  aiiility Act I In* (3. P. It. Iiih pnid Il">s'.  aril Gtii'si,, lii'dkeinaii on d work I pain,  $1.8U0 ns coinpeiifiilion 1'iii' itijiifie-s  .stisiiiiiii'il in ii colliKion ul ritinniiigtoi. ] *s'AM[-  Falls.    .. !    "  The O. P. H, svill   pi'iiliably  put on 11 1 .Stui:i:t  line of steuuiei'.-i  liel ween Vancouver j  und Vliulivostock In   i'stali|is|| conn.'c-    'I'nw.s-  lions vv ith the Hu-fso Si hei I,in I'.iilvs'ny  The repot'led t'otisoliilaliou of t In*  Oaiia, I in 11 I'.tcilli' iMil.viiy, Ihe (,'iriud  Trunk 1 ail way, iind 1 In* Uiclieli'Mi it  Ontiiiii' Niivijfalion Uoinpiinv in de*  mr.l.  , As Mip mallei' of svn I er supply for  the (.5. P. II. has1 hecii lieforc llie (Jily  council il. i" inlereslinK lo -im* \\ hit I. ir.  Ileitis ilolie on the sa tne Mil.j-'i'l al l!nl-  ^il-V ! The. C. P. It. Vefuse.4 (he Mf-i  of I().').0:K) {,'nls. |mt day al oi ���������. p-r JOU).  Thn ciiy ieplie.1 l!i������*y svould ^Ive  20,000 g.-ils. al 12c. or 20.000 ul 8c.  The C. P. H. will chant,'.'the natiii-  of the invvuMle of S.'lkitk. al, llie  south end of Trout, Like, in which  they havo iieipiircd an intei'.'st,  Gapl. S-itideisoil, in 11 the (Ir-I vtentn-  er   oil   lb"��������� ('.ilumlii'i    nflec   ihe ol'l  thereby binldiiiif tip oureirculatioti-'itll furiher.  Wo tiro willing to'rpund S:'-i,(������."J in this contest,  in buildiiiK up .1 blx subscription h������t, and when  lliis money is spent..svo reserve the rip*t;t to  'publish a iiutitlcaiitiii that the contest h.ts'heen  duicontiniied. Don't delay until 11 ic too late,  I'ho contcit, will continue until July 1st, lDol,  SVe give a IJ.intis I'rUj 0f $Jj\>.\M independent  of till other-- lo lho person who smid.- in the list,  BOtten up in thu heM mid handsoiueiu. tntiiiner.  Our cututnluee will decide and award prlte-t  daily, but the special S.'-i) prize will bcavvtutl.  oil in dopiember, IDJI. .Sny blra'.- nutnofound  ia llic dictionaries: accepted.  WHO   V/E  ARE  Tin: vs'omvn's W'oiti.n I- a thoroughly reliable concein, wo tire Known to do e.vactly iu  woadvortl'o, A-to ou.- reliability tv.> reler to  any Ailveillfliw Arfoul or bUi.1u.-3 man of  l.uiidon or .New Yoik.  C'tj-..\-ri:v.  .V. It.-lit- cireful .".lil  iy your |. tier .V. ns  . 1,.-nt- t-.ut-iiii ;ui 1 pr. ji.iy your l> nor.V. im  we 1I.1 tun ree-.ive un Ieip.ii-1 1,-tte:--. A.!dic������������:  '113  "V/o^s.in's \Vor\iX," Sra-iiforJ, Lc  -^   (Ion, \V���������  E;:~*.a.ad.  I  "iVj-iy-wUiV litJf-W yvJuy .-'yi'ittW  H. B.  STONEX,  Gunsmith and  Machinist.  Over  Lawrence's  Hardware Store,  REVELSTOKE. '  AH classes of repair and machinist  - ��������� wort prsrwpilj';"attcjis[c4't3i  FCTBBEEEngtf;  WiaWtfBIW^^ c
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ArOHCGnAPE  C1EAM   O* TARTAR   POWDSR
Maypole Soap svill dy'e ,,\,,
any shade. Won't swish fi
out. Do not stain the ')''
bands, and can-be used on %
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Tin*   following   .-ire   the,   provisions
made in   the  estimates for Revelstoke
Riding :
Govt,   agent   and   assessor   at
Ilevelslnko .   ....'.......3... $ 1 630
Mining cccoi'iler Revelstoke..
Olcik," "
-ii i       i        r     i   .i       ��� -i"    -f'i"'iini*
all kinds or  cloth, irtovcs. t��    ,,- . -,     ��� ,
,        .,        i      r 7 , ?��� i Mriing record, r. ���-..iku-m  ....
uanuiccrc'iul.;,      nuhons, ?, ,      ���,    ,.       -,  ���      .    . . i
' '   -ji ' In   uui  ol    re-iib-nt    physician, I
ClC' '  :'"'       Trout Ii-iKi* '������,������������������ 200 |
R-'velsioke  schools-, nndei' nesv |
l.isv   from  J,in.   1st,, 1002. to
June HO. li, 15)02 .      .'....'. ..7.     2 350
Alhei'f, Canyon   school,  salary
!?6')l). incid-'iitnl $50.'  fioO
Afiovvhe.'id school, .salary Jjij!),'),
'"incidental ��50         0 030
Gciu.iplix  .school,  salary $000,
���incideiilal $30   ' ' ....'       0.:0
IllecillesVilcl school, .salary $000    ���
i nciil.-ii la I $3!) .".  G30
New    Denver     school, '-,-:i],iiy
- $i:!S(), incidental $100  ".      1 -ISO
il"Vi'i-l ol;e   m-IiooI,'s.lhil ies   In
D-'c   .'il'-l,  $2,070,   iuciilciiiiil
i   '$130   :..' ;    -:.     2 230
I Pulilic, works, con-lun-iinn and
and all colors kepi''on
hand at the
| Sold in 15c.  Cakes, j
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f'li-'JCcr -"i!'"e-l*s,. W:ir'"Vel Pr**-*
Gold  /-.IccjiJ, 2vlhhv:>-l?-- P,V.r
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alitia.   Tln-.v .-ro im..      ������- -;-.:i
MJWZ. M9 PERSONAL.
M0R/V.
. ' ,!     repairs '.  20 250
njiAl!X.-Oi)  Thursday, Aj ri!  25ih.at    Tl'-liU   ��� 3,500
I3.uili",   to   3dr.  und  Me-.   A. R. 13.    Slc'iiiliimt. service, Revels!oke
11 earn, a daughter.                                   In Dealhjlapids  2 500
DIED.
SUAw. ���On Ftiday; April 2Jlh, lhc
11iT.-t:11 son of air. itnd'aiis. C. li\
.Shaw. '        "
Ferry subsidies ���    ,
(iiild.streain .'	
Smith Creek.....   '.' -
Columbia tivernl Sinilhcrk.
Vote lor am'.'irs , ,'
River Ii,*ink prote'elioii   ..,''	
' 200
200
,.   200
"7 900
4 eoo
LOCAL & GEHERAL
Cnl piicpsiuliicvcles.il R. Ilowson's.
The r>iiiiiiiiioii Government will'run-
fitiliitc .May 21th ,-t pet pelu.-il holiday
,- iu memory of Queen Vicloib-t.
Ijeatilij'iil pjittci-nsof inlaid liiioleuius
at 11. How.soii3.
Tne iinmiiil rppori of t lie Chief (Join-
, inissioiici   of   Littid-nnd Works .shows
10j miles of  witfjon' rend and ']'.] miles
'of trails in IiVvcNtoke Ridiny.
t.
The   Chief   C.nnniissionei's     report
stales, ,sviih���r,-feienct' to the C'"liimbiii
, River wagon  road   from  Revel.sloke:
. svor:   v ill   be rlnrli'd  on   I his rond its
soon as the season peruiiis..''
Geo.   LiiloriiiL'   rcltuned   from   Rig'
.Bi^inl    on   S.ilnriliiy,   having   located
"3500 ai'i'cs of first chtss tiuiln'r land at,
Cai'iios Creek  for  the Big Eddy' Saw-
- mill Company.���
An euU't'tiimnion! svill he given nt,
tin; 0; era Ijnusu on ai.'iy 2!l h when
"ililky While" will be produced by
air. ill ul .Mrs, Dunn. Percy Dunn, N, llie
Dunn, Dick  S-iwyer and Bert Tempi.-.
Total  :..- $53,010
No sjieciiil is made fiir ihe propns-
i'f.1 hnspilal or fin school hniiding.s m
lit'vel.stoke, but, ;t-> geiier.-il grunt's linve
been nindf for rllir.se,purposes sve presume pros i��inii  svill be mad.'for these
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ins-Milnlioii.s fiom such guinis.
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Will Add a First Class Dressmaking
' Establishment to Their Store. '
T.-ivlor it'Geoiijt' 1i;ivi> defcrtuined
on adding a (IrcsMiiiikiug depitrtnient
lo their, btisini'ss. Tln-y have secured
llie si-iv-ifes of n lady Io tak'u charge
of this depai inu'tit svho has been two
veins at. the business wit h one of the
her.i aiontiv.-il houses itnd'was formerly
for .seven yens connected with n lirM-
cl.tss- (Iress-inaking Jiiis'in,.ss. in Js'evv
Yoik. This lady con'ii-s most, highly
rt't'oniiui'iult'd and Taylor tt George
ssill thus provide for 1 lit* ladies of'this
ciiy a fii-.-st-cI.fss opportunity of lining
ligh'L up-to-date in the fitrhions. The
Jlisses Levrqtii', is ho   have been in Lilt-
J. D. Sibbi.kl did goocrservice in gel- j ul v^uu{k\tt^   business   i���    licvel.stoke
ting lhc stciuibojiL  bv-i.iw
u-e th
for  some   time,   will   join   Tav !oV and
J. Ri<inner caine  in  from  the south
Ihjj rit'l.'i noon.
J.- aii'Lciin' nnd E. WuliTsiin left,  for
Pcrgtison S.'iltird.iy.
.las. Lander Inm htuui laid up this
week with rheiiniulNin.
.M. Grady,,of lhj St. L'-'on Spr'tig-*,
was i,'i lovvn llii * sve.'k.'
, A.   I,,oi'i'f->L.'i-,  of Robson, rcgisteted
nt Ihe Ceiilrnl on Wedue.stl.-iy.
Noah Abi'iilianison (,-nne up from
Tiottl Luke In-it ev(jniui/.
Geo, Sumner, mining iccorder nl,
Ciiiiiuplix. svas ,-i visit oi to the ciiy
aiondiiy evening.
Rev. W. C. .Calder svas a p.i'-si'n'gi'i
to Vancouver on Monday to at lend
the meeting tt Synod.1
Win. S.tvvyev i-eLtirneil' Wednesday
fi'Oin Okati.'ig.in Linding .-iml went in
to Pergiison this morning.
Hugh llfi-s, of F. rgiisfin, and Ed.
Ilillmiin, of Thomson's Landing, came
up from I he soul h on Jioiiday.
P. Biivveiihiis relumed from Robson
and will again make his home in the
ciiy, sv hen* lie has coiimiIimviIiIi' interests. '    ,
aiiss Frances Dent returned Saturday evening from Toronto win-re--l;-*
has been in nl tendance al. llarhoni
College.
Rev.R. N:'Pmv e]'], of End'Tby, pass-
ed through town Ihis morning on liis
way lo S,union w.ii'i c he preaches on
Sunday.
I' in nk T. Aln-y and fuinily'rciuriied
Wednesday evening from Okotoks-,
Alia., and left the 'foliowing moi uiog
fot Tiotit Lake svheie JUr. Aliev svill
re-open his tii ng .stoi-e.
The Kpwtii'ih League h.-ld its social
eveiiiug'bn .Monday svhen a programine
of vocal, a nd .instrumental music, rer-i-
tillioiis, ell'., was rendered Refreshment-, were set ved al (he close of I he
enlei taiiiinenl. ,
It. Ilouso.'i aiid.O. F. Lindinark were
elected by the Dislriit Aleeliug at
Kamloops as members of the conference   to   meet,   at    XelrOI)    tli'Xl     svei-'k.
Col. Tracsy Reports io the Council
i * ti.'
On Necessary Improvements.
To the M.ivor and Council  of the City
of R -M-l-ti.ke :
Gbxti.13ju*>,\-At your reqtlt^l I
have rx.-iiiineii the condition of' the
plant of the Revelstoke Water, Light
and Power Co. .-ind would report, as
foilosvs:
,  W.-il ii-,  Woi ks.-The    tank   at.   the
head   is   ],-uking   consiileiahly and the
hydrants ������, quire  oiling and attenlioiK
-Posvcr   &   Li^r|,|,   Plant.���The   tliim
looks   ssois,.   1,1,,-d,   xvlii'ii   I  sasv it-lasL
year.    A  new apron should have been
pin in (luring  tin* season of low water
and  in  such .a  vv.iy as to protect, the
main  dani nnd  form, u fouridalion to
llie  Iniitivs-*  pier,   which  instead of a
Mippi'i-l, as   ii,   was   inleiidi.'d.'is   now
setlling. avsay   from   Ihe   niuin  rii'im.
This npron   mighl  he extended down
strcani  a  litile-on (he luwih.oitli* wiih
an   upward   slope   tosvards  Ihe shore
and  would  sen e  to  I urn tin-force of
Ihecui'ici.l away from ilu',fliiuie.   ,
Abotii 50 t'eci. of tlie Hume is parily
undermined and should be jacked up
a nd support ,>il with good stone foundations. . Th,'. ,'luiiii"is leaking a good
deal It- -I-eiild be' emptied; and examined, the mils fixed and Lightened.
M,-ii-hini'rs\---The pillow block of Ihe
tin bine shaft is npparenily |uUt,e and
the friciioii clinch .-ul of order.
The whole  appears to have been in��-
gli'l'll'li the past ye;--. Q
It is a very' dilni���nil, tnalter to esti-
niiili'liii' cos | of pulling it in goorl
'���������Pair In.i I liiink, l.-uu $3001) to $1000
a i-easoiiubie cm imate.   '
A�� liille- jittiiciiuis blasiin'g vvo'uld
clear Ihe chanuel of ||K. i-iver, b.'lovv
l!)e dam soinrwhai and |,,���t| to keep
tlie ciii'rei.t awiiy.fniin Ihe fltline.
I am iifi .-.id if ii,,.,],,,., ;s not prolecf-
'������! In-l'oie (lie in-xi high water fcihon
the couseqi'i,.,,..(,.; ai,,y |)c. g(?1 i(,i,Sf
I have the honor- |_n he,
Genl lt'inen, ,
I'our oh.'dt. servant,
Tiros. W. Tracy.
- . Cold water Kalsomine in delicate shades.    Floor
Paints���" Ironite" best, floor paint in the world.
House Paints all colors Enamels. Stains. Varnishes. Paint Brushes. Kalsomine Brushes. Varnish Brushes.
Ask to see our Adjustable Clothes Dryer, only $1.
iware and
^^^zzns-^Tinsmitliing.
W. M. LAWRENCE,' "'""""* ,"d
FURNITURE.
Carpets, Linoleums, Floor   i
Cloths-, Blinds, Wall Paper,.Sec
Second     Hand,   Fuintture
Bought and Sold.   Warehouse ,for' Storage of Ftiniiture al monthly Yates.
Ag nt for Pianos, Organs, and S wing Machin s.
Tt. "���HO'WSOk'
SPECIAL NOTICE!
Spriit^ SL S^n(n?er Goods to Hai^d
,  Extra strong Serges for pants at $5, made to order.
I;irst:clacs Spring Suitings from $20 to $28.
SHIPM
A Moment's Consideration.
The only difficulty in selecting your suit here is due to the
fact   that    sve   have   such   a
���  great variety.
If   you  want a fashionable
,   spring   suit   or   overcoat   sve
suggest   a   look   at   our1 new
goods.
Salts U8, $20, $22, to $35. ������.
���" Trousers from $2,5,6, to $10.
Ladies' High Class Custom Tailoring.,
Cressmaii, McKensie Ave,
Made During the Week by Revel-
' i stoke Merchants.
' The Henna! business of the cniif'cirnc-i*
���ciiy cotnicil.     lie  oblained >!��,,���,mvs j gfl|,ri;ilV (i1..tM���,-ikinM si.,n'.   T(u; he���d ,
lo Hie let-ui.siiion repivsimlin- $H!).7U0 | dre.ssm;.!;,') will heii, R-.-v.-l.-Kike aliont i nimlll|-|,n'? ��'' Tlimsdny. Oil).
- of rateable value of 1 iKJ city.        , J ,,,,,   ]5(hi   llt   u!lit.h   ,,���,;.   ||lu   ,jInil;|     Rev.R   Whitii.-,-ton,   M. A.,   Pi osi-
H. Tappiiifi; sngtfevls  I ha I if ihe ifn'v j tliessniaKin.-,'' paii..is will be opened to ! f!|,|1'-ol ill" .Methodist Conference, it mi
eminent  would   di.sliihtite |'oi-on 1'iee { (he I'ntlilic.      ��� - '  ��� ; H-*v. Qr. C.irtn.i'i, the   Gencial   Super-
' f.n cotnbalin^-  llie  p-uden in.seci  |i��si, i ~
Ono Bloolt IV021 C P XI Bopol'
and StoamVoat Wliw-vca
lie he! eve nvvncis of ptrdei.s wiii lis,,
it nnd hei counteract a i" cm renc-e nf tln>
111 iscliiuf done l.-isl seiti-on. ,,-
' TheTtiiuu says:   "Ole Sniulherir.t'.f
D
He
G
iii-'iid. -nt, are expecli (I lo be in Ihe
ciiy over .Sunday and lo, contitict
.-ft", ice- in the Melhoclisl church,
f !
Revelstoke Gun  Club.
Albert Canyon,,purchased a couple of i
lot** in Trout Lai*'- this week.    He will ' if.i      ���     .       e    '   i      . ���    i u
,         , '     "   1 At. the .snopt-on b ii'.nd-iv tn" follow,
put up -��  iv.-iu,,,ce sl.j.rl y nnd make , ���      ���.,���.��� ,he mm���            ^   , ,        ^
tbi�� |H.i,U his home in the iutnrc."         ; ;lt nnknown aru-i-:
The Topic says:     "The lake i>* now ! R- A. Upper. 1.1.
roin'pletely free of ice and on Tlnir-*day ' C. H. Sk^iir-, 1 !���'.
inorniiifr,' in   response   lo  a request, of ' K. D  Johnson. ]*>.'
the ineinbers of the towiisii e ( ompany S. .M. Mack ay, 11.
in Revelstoke. a dispatch ivm forwitrd- A. J. McDmineii, ]],
ed appi'ising Lht'in of-th.c fact."               i A. McR ie, 11.,
The  infant,  diil.l  of' the Cilv Cleik. i
D. Siearmitn, 8.
Mr.  C." di.  Shaw, died  mi T
11.1.is- List.
I3 lvetr. 8.
Mt.ci. sympall.vN   IV.lt for I he pan-nlts i     T!;" "">;i"'"'i'"\ ; ""
i,    their   ���  <    ���'       ->--   ! �������'���!!' ��������� ������ li-avy swiwl.
pl.rC
ll.
bereavement itn-i ihe (,'ii\ j
.Council appifipiialfly n coi tied a rexil- ',
ulioti of sympathy at l.tsi meetiiif.'.
GRIP AND PASSWORD.
'. k. or p. ���
j     G.'ld   R-mcf-   Lndue   at   its  regular
; ineciirt,'  on   Weibi"~<l.iv  eveninfr bal-
j ���- ~
- lol ted on and accepted l wo applications
, for nierijl.f-i s|,i|i,
!      Prepiii..lions  jii-f. hi-in-j made by'l he
. local   lod^e    ft,]'    llie   eiiterliiiilllteiit, of
^iie   repiv*-i-ii!.iiive��     to     ihe    Grand
Lniljje nieitin-;   to   be |n-lr| her.-on ihe
j 31th i,:-t.    ���
| J. 0.  0.  p.
R--- el-li.ke anil S.-!kirk b'll/e-, to lb"
Moiri-- k St-ed- Illccillesvaet, Thom-
son's Lindinj.'. I!i-ai- Crei*k.
Reid ft Yoniiir���N,vw Denver, Arrow,
head. Thomson'- Landing, Siciimon��.
V,'. iM. Lav. retire���Comaplix.Craitfel-
lachle, Feifjiisfin. Arm's head, Trout
Lake, B iliiion' Ai-'m. .   .       '
M. G. P-ii'siit!~.Coni)tpliXi F.-ignsoi),
Thoiiis-on's L-iiidm-jr. Halcyon.
Tavlor'..& Giv-rn-t.���Cnniaplix. Trnnt
Lake, Thomson's Landing, Braver.
luotilli, Salinoii Arm, Anosvhead.
��� o. B. Hmne-cv-cn- Cmimf.jijt,' Arrow-   F?.- DOWSWELL, Proprietor,
head, Halcyon Springs.AlhertCanvon, j '��� ""  ��� '���'-
rilecilievv,)"!,   Glaci.'i,    Roire'is     V,\s~  i mi f* ir    >    r-
i5,'-.. iv., ������ p.-.v- ,. ess ,        o i O'd Solaiep s Experience.
mat ui"eu, i;etiser, Sicamouji, Salmon ~
A'-m.
It. Ilowsfiii-Tronl Lake.
LIMITED.-'
Wholesale Hardware, Ship Chandlery and   ."���
���'"���/. 'Mining .Supplies.
Hardware Department, 8-10-12 Cordova Street '���*
Ship Chandlery Department, 8-tO Water Street
o    Os
Hc-furnlshod nnd Rs-modclle &
Ratca $1.89 to $3 per day
Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,
Vancouver,   B. C.
Shade Trees,  Fruit Jress, Roses.
Persons ili'Mi'tnisi of nhtaininfi; Apple,
Peat. Shade Trees, Lilacs-, Mottnlain
,Ash, Horse' Chesiiuls, R.-ispbeiry or
Cnrriint Bushes, or Roses, standard
iind clinihini{,\s ill find'it lo I heir ad-i
vantage to address J. L. Webster,
Coldsireiiiii Nursery, Veinon.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
Winchi'Ntpr, Intl., svriteK: "Mywifp
was nick a Ioiir timo in spite of good
doctor'-, treat mmi't., * lust srns whollv
curi'il by Dv. King's Np\v Life Pilln, -
svhieh woi-kpil wondeisfor her herilUi."
They alwavs do.' Try tliein. Only 2Tic
at the CnnadH Dru�� & Book Store.
Tlie Very Latest Styles
in millinery and'novelties,
in belts, fancy combs and ' -
.    .pins.can now be purchased
at the 7
Tii-.-1111111.11 eb-c;;.m. ..f . rnc-rv wis, lwu\���.t. -(,f ���i - G,,, ������,���.������,.,��� ,i,villll
,, h-'id .Monday ev.-ninu' I-Mill ni^ as   i',.j.    .,.IV���.,.   j���   ,),,.   ,M>1| h,.lV^,   (-|lM,   ,, ,,,���,
!  lows;.
'J. B. Bennett,-secieiary In i lie Cum- - Pi. ���-.iii.-i. t ��� A. J. ,M.-D- nn. II.
hei land Relief  Committee has vv rii i. n 'Vice.Pi..si,|1.|,'j_.\   !;. phipps
A. McRar and C. L". S!iavv at know Icdir- j S--i , 'I'm-,!-.-A. ,Mi It o-.
in:,' svilh I hanks re-eipt of $|,) pro.-eed-.
.���^ilriiliiy   r-vr-idti!/,    l|n-    ii'iM-in'ii     lii-inr; i
; t !)'��� ,l2i.il .iimi v i-i -at y of t '\- fomifl.il imi
f.f   '-h"   Or 1-r.      H-v. S.J  T.ioinp-on '
|ii .'a' b- (I i' i. ��� !- (jti.'iif   ,-i i .1 ,-il.I - -ei mon '
Coiiimiilee-J.  Guy  Baib"r,   C.   R.    f,.,,.,, ,;,,. ,, x, .    .. Gll ,,���, ,|,, , ,,,���, ,;,%���. !
Ot   Ihe   It'tenl  .Mllellai.imelil.il  Il-vel-    S\ene. 1).  \ V. Sl-a I In-) 11, 11    A.Bu.wi),     vs is,.," L,,|,,. ]-j,
*<lt.ke in ni.l of ih<'Milf-rer.-.        ! 11. A. L'pp.-i'
At Hi" me.'lin-; of iln-ciiy cr i.i;r-il on ~*       ���������""- t |r>vi-|,i|, .;ni(- n^ n,,-.,, |T,,,, ,,, j\'j.)_ .,,,,]
Friday   ni^ht  Aid.   X-nle   ,',,--.dii-e    QPU/lf)^        TQUQTib ��     Ihe ir>-'d w oi k w m-1, has I ,!,.���,. i,v
imporlatit    qn,stion     n-.ilaiinsr    \h,>0US1UUL        1'IUQlE.E,,
iiui-am.'.' caii-ed in  the ciy by Chines,. .
1 Hindi ies  and   il.   u.is   nndcrslooil  tie
city council will  take up the mallei at
tin enily dale.
As<-istatit' Geneial Snperbih nd-mt !
JJiichc.Miay vsil! | live CM.)!! I ol of III iii!' '
lenance, ii��!)t-of-wiiy, and fonsirnc- |
Unn.    He is abodl lo   make a  liipourl
i\v . .' .'I'l    (jil.it ir;r  <-1 ,i -
j-;;;.-s  -h.i \ i:-tr  ihe ���::'. v. i h . f 0-hlf>-l-
th" Old. r in t "lievini- fii-n i --ed 'ni-in.
  j liH"  and   raiin-r   f.���-   il,.. \-. ;,,'.,.-.���. nnd : f^^^J     ^l4rtiA-ir
pre, >   ci    i   / / / ! orphan of fler-,.,,,,,1!,!,., ;,.-,.���, \\/OAtiU]    OlWlV*
C. F. Luefman: Fleeted by a Large'    /,.-..,. ��� I - ~v ���
7 <���>    ,     On   te',ni mii^r  h.  the  ].in-.��f-  K-nm �� \
Majority.
���-, F.' Foi'iest, census uniimernlor for
Albeit Canyon, had lo make atrip to
the Waveiley mine to got at a number
of tiappeis and prospectors svho svere
.in that, section of lho country. The
liip-ii) svasa very hard one, occupying
two days and a half and Air. Forrest,
Lad lo cut steps for consideiable distances in order to cross some of Ihe
worst slides.
Madison Millinery Parlor,
Misses Shepard & Bell,
McKenzie Avenue,  Revelstoke.
. h Pints*   vole  of   | hank"   sva- jni����.i.il to
Rev.   Mr.   Thcnripvoi;   by tii-'romi.il,t>d
, lo.'lg-s and   vi*iring l.--ei i*rc.! is ho v.i-iv
Jn    I I.e   I'li'flioii    l"i'i'  ,-cliriol   |riis(er>; iirc'sent. J
��� i .      . .      ,...       . i ' i
It 3. <;:i'y hy cireful study
iL'j <'AV,:ry\.-A l.er.oincs n factor
i.-i  I'.'j  -.i.v.^'c  Ujt health and
i ."Ip'yi: <���    -,
NOTICE.
PLHI.I0 XOTIuK Is hereby given Hint.at tlio
lixpii-iitliiii of onu iiioinii from tlio flrnt-
litibll.iition of (his noliuc, tlio lu-ad offlcoor
|)i'iin-l|nil iilin-f, of biishn-wof tlm (ireot SS'CHt-
isni Mines bini'ietl Miibillty, will lie clmnifeil
from KnvolHtf.ke, I*. c��� io Koivihdii, I), c, in
aeetiivlarice with the consent tir the f-hnroliuld-
oi'h ninl a I'cHoliitlon of lho Directorn of tho
oom fany.
IJated tliluCth flay of April, IDJI,
A. 11. IIOI.DICIT,
Secretary to thu eoinpiiny.
BLACKSMITH & CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Best Chatham Wagons, Delivery
Wagons (heavy and light),
Buggies^ .Plouiihs, Ilarrosvs,
and Cultivators.
REVELSTOKE.
Alf Mendoliuo,
t aao
ail an
/Mr
fl)P,
r-,iiisei|    hv    iii,    i .'.si-rii.ii ion of   'Jane-,
the Great Nnrth.-rn ainl Not ihem V.t- j Mr-Malmo tb-i .��� wcic thice caiididatew .
clllc sy-leii) to -it   sshii ni sv ideas f,in j ''"/' ''"' excilement i.-m hi^'h.    Nomin-j
niimis- \\i>u> lake!)   in th" forenoon and i
\ Special Rates U Halcyon Sprinrn. ' 0ur rePl,ta,lc,"i !ia- bcGn "on
!        ' ' I J If/        ��f. I/I, ,\���',       ,./l,^..^      l~       I,.,..
b" picked tip and added lo I lie C. P. li.
systeui.
I.. Ihe  raw*  ���f Chi,,,,,,,,.,, who apply ��� :;,,"r,',i1"'1 lh','   l"'!i":  {\"* "" ,,,,i,l,f' l��''f
.       , ., ' '   ���" ] and   liir-n-d   out   m   hnjfe   niiiiilif-is to
for th- net '."sirs- cfrhficale to enable riiki* a.lv.ini��g.. of ihe opporiufiily mi
I hem 10 leave | he Dominion iind r-l urn j si-Mom n| forded t hem of c,is| ing a vote
at some ftu tire   time, i in- lor-al'j-ov.-i n-    'V I'l'Mic nfTaii-f.    The  poll closed ii I-1
,    rr,  :   i   i ���       i -,        , i ��� (> cIock ani   Inilf  an  Inn.r la I -r Pel urn-
mpit cniciaN hiiv (��� ht on    )����� ingeinrnis ������,  ,.m    ���  .,,    T    ,,,   . "".
,-      ���..     , ...- , ..-.������ IM^   CM1 e.-r   l.   A.   Oi.a.ham aniioiinced
plan   ol   photographing the applicants
sothat I hey may produce l.heir pholn-
.graphs for ith'nrificatirin shpiild lii'/y.
Hg-iiin   tui'n  up.     J;,  Ed'svitrtjs  acts us
rhctopMii]C|'. '
at  12   oVlo(l<   II,,' hauling of   vodr-lo;      The   Canadian   Pacifi-'    M.iilwav  ha-
tne   poll   f onim.-nr-ed.      A��   in  t he hi-t ' ,,,,,,    ,,,       ,    ,- ,.     ,,   , ,,       ,      .     i
plar eil on s.i|e |, oni I he .'i r| ,\(,| y \,, , |,,, |
.'.'(lib    S.-pteiiihf-i .    )':<)),    In k.-ts     from ,'
ReveNtoke    In     Ualr-yoi,    .S|irtngs   uridj
re! urn at, rate  of   <J| f;",    iicki-|,i   good j
going   on   I'Mflays  mid K it unhi v-.unl !
i> I liming l-ave lh- Springs on Monday
following. i
Iii,'afldiiion. if> I,his spi'cial tat" I here
ai'   ahviiy.N Von . sale, I bii-ty rbiy  ticki (.--
by   atud/ing  where to  buy
! and v/hat to buy.
the .result as -follows
' ; ���    ���/.;. F. Lin'diiiiirk    lo7
,       V. Maker ��.->
���li", Tapping -18
Mr. ��� Liiidtiiiij'K   ivnH iherefn'rij dfcjured A "��� '  ������'"'   usual   special    rale   tna(|e   for
W". t.i i:ul,"1.in that rcputa-
lion l.'y '. I'jfnl alfontion to jier-
fed rii-;-,'.'.-/} prcbcrijjtions and
Iov.-':'.t )'���:'.".,.
George F,.- Curtis,
"Tho Drugg'sl," ..
tiitcceiiwr/.r> Tli.<. McJ). A. 'W.ICol
Baker, CoDfectioner,
Caterer, Etc.
Choice  Groceries.
Graham Bread,
Wedding Cake a Specialty
Corner of Second St., & Victoria lload.
Boots Made to Order.
Ropairs Promptly Executed.
Prices    Defy    Competition.
Mail  orders  promptly nnd
carefully attended to.
GUY BARBER,
Watches,' Clocks,
Jewellery and Silverware.
Engagement Rings a Specialty.
; C;P.B. WATCr INSPECTOR.
t-.ir.-i.in/ niu-iiufti in. TV        i   i   "I' ���'���   ni    j* n  '**j
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