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 ?6  ���������?/_���������.-'  ���������^  ^^  "^  Yoi. 9.-No. 4.  REVELSTOKE. B. C,   MAY 2, 1902.  $2.00 Per Year  a  )���������  <f-  ill  v.���������  If  yj*  SB  '^^^X-^3iS^]s^>^^ l^^^r^������ ii^_^^  ������  $  Features of Our Neighbouring City.  assxaBB  BWftffft-yrfgggBBSfiga  1  ������  ���������Why did the Ping I'ong?-  io eves of  /:<| Why Ho svc dazz  Becau=o  -Localise of tlie fearful r.'teket.  the Ladies wilh'our Dress Gocds  f-i.t  hi-y tiro so tastefully selected, well bought, i.nd Wa  Bold at reasonable prices  J'  i  |?. Our Stock of Dress Goods is Complete in Every Detail.  P Our Prices are Ripht and All Gocds.Warranted.  i  We keep the reliable and favorite  "Empress    Shoe"  which is bo  well-known  to the Ladies  of  Revelstoke.  them in all shapes and pizea.  Wc have  ���������en  never pass onr door1* whoD they want, anything in the furnishing ~H  ' lino.    A splendid assortment of " KING'S " Union-made W  Hoots in Stock at all prices.  Carpets, Linoleums, Oilclotlis, Blinds, Curtains.  i  Mail orders solicited and promptly aitr'nclcd to.  1  ssgm-sfs  SSg3>!i������S=  sm  f  S S   'ii I W  .0.  Q  Ti  General IVercbants.,  /j i  Call and 'in?pert our new stock of  ^Slroes, Hosiery, Suspenders, Ties,;Underw'ear/et^  A'fl a'r ovc line?' a re up-to-date goods il  then) beforo purcha-im: ol-cwhoro.  will pay you lo sec  '   W'e also Ciirrv  (co.vnxunn)  INLAND CIG.Slt '������������������.SCTOl'Y.  One of 1 lie mo-t r-ucce.-sful industries   in ��������� Kamloops   is that of   the  'l/i'.ii   Inland Cigar Company.    The husi-  ne-S'ivas  started   in   iSuT). and lias  steadily grown.    Dtirin.tr the palmy  djiys of   ihe . KooU'iiiiys the factory  did   a   particularly , birge  business  and   showed   big   prolit-.      (J. ' A.  liorthsviek, sshostarled the industry  i> manager.     Twels;c   hands are at  present   employed   at   ihe   bench,  besides n wrapper, stripper, hinder  stripper, and four filler strippers, a  total of 19 hands with the manager.  The industry  is  carried   on in a  brick building erected'for the purpose in 1897, on the corner of First  Ave. and Church Street:     The factory turns   out from  3000 to 4000  cigars ii day. " The company purchase the leaf under the best conditions,  having their   own   agent in  Havana,'and   buying   in   100 halo  lots, of, which '25 hales are shipped  at a  time  to  the factory, the balance being  stored  at  Havana and  shipped   as  required.     The leaf is  .stored iit    the   factory   in 'a cellar  well adapted to the   purpo.-o.    Several   varieties   of, leaf are used, the  Sumatra   for   instance     giving   a  lighter smoke.     The following are  the   directors   of   tho company:���������  President, F. J. Fulton; Vice-president,   Dr.  .Lambert; .Directors, M.  P.  (Jonion,  (J.   A.  Pocihsvick, .-md  CJiij'l. V.Ciir-.  OTIIKf! I.N'DPSTKIKS.  Mr. 1). S. Campbell is creeling a  sash and door factory at the rear  of his premises on Ohnndi Street.  The building is two stories high,  50fl. by 20ft. ��������� For motive power.  Mi*. Campbell has purchased 'a  six-horse power Goldie & McCulloch gaiol'.hc t ng.ne.  "Ihe brewing, nidii.sii-y is represented by ibe Imperial. Hresvmg  Company. '1 be business has'hten  established eight years, and is under management of Fmille Ster'z,  who ineoiporated it four years ago.  The brewery bus a capacity of -1000  barrels a year. Porter and laager  are.I heir specialties. The plant is  being, .itupi-ovud -bv. ihe addition of  ^'Trunks. Valises, Sweat Pads, Oil Coats. Oil Hals, Water-proof Sheets, etc  p^i Weekly Shipments of-Fre-h Creamery Under', and Eggs.  '���������gfi      --   -, Our Teal-and Coi'iVe.s are taking.lho lead���������try  ���������Sii,      ������_9 k __sJ___ijF9  them.  ti new boiler, engine.antl mash-tun.  O���������"---i ������r."s\ *,"n ,.-������*  Front  Street,       -        Revelstoke, B. O.      p|   fl '  Just Remade/fed and-'Refurnislwd with all Modern Conveniences.  or.'  Rooms in Suites with Baths and   Toilet's attached, flowing Hot  diid Cold Water, Inside Toilets on each floor, Gas Lighted, and  ' \-        '-���������. Steam Heated Throughout.  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,  GOLDEN, B. C.  jai-ia-J-i  The simplest remedy for indigestion, constipation, biliousness iind tlie  m;mv ailments'srising ircni a disordered ftoiinich, liver or bowels is Uipans  Tabid cs.   Thov have accomplished wonders, and their timely aid   removes the  'necessity of culling a  They po"straight to the  euro! the .trTrcted parts.  plis-Mctan   for the niany litlle ills (hat befall man kind,  seat   of  the   trouble, relieve   the distress, cleanse ami  ��������� nd gis.- the system a general tuning up.  AT  DRUGGISTS.  The fivr-crtu p.'ickct i.s  enough   for nn ordinary occasion.  The familv bottle, sixty cents, contains a supply for a year.  ymi i^yjiati^/ftfjMi^ijiMyii^ggiCT^m^lgl^;  SOCIAL ANDPERSOSIAL  INDUSTRIAL NOTES  I  '   .I.e. (IreeiiCji'f tloldeii. was a visitor  to lhe city this week.  T. McXiuightj.of the Ibilcynn Sanitarium was in the'city Monday.  T. .1. fii'iihame. who Ilia been niak-  ine a tour thi-ouj;li .Maiiitoha and the  Territories on behalf of the Ii. of lb 'I',  of A. relumed   home   Sundas oveniin;.  Ross Iii nil briltitin, Patent  Atlomey, Vancouver, pcporis; for  ihe week ending 'I ue day, .April t\  D .riii this week /ilij ljati-n:-  svere lsstitti, -l(i') being 10 citizens  of the U.' S.. to Austria Hungars  "), Great Mritain 1-S.  (.ermanv   lo.  Italv   1.  ^h-. and   Mr.-.  .1.   Sitva  no iind family  of -Salmon   Ann  are   in  the city, liiiv-  inucciiie   in   to  altend  t he fiiiieral of  (he   laic   \V.   .)  bee.  'nther of .Mr-.  Siisatje.  '    Mrs. (I.S. Met  arler hi  .1   laniils- left  on Tucsdnv for 1  itnfV   foi  >\ .shot I visit.  1. Canada  Franco A,  Mo'.-s.co   2,  New   Zealand '2,  Swollen   I,   Switzerland  Rus.-ia  1     il Mil  l.l.'.MBKlil.VCi.  The largest   local industry-is the  Kamloops-  Sawmill, owned   by ,Ihe  Ashcrofi . Water,   Fleciric,,and Improvement Company.     The mill i>  at th'e west-end of the city, and hit-  been established two years,    h  has  ii -capacity   of   35.000  fee-  a day.  Logs   are   supplied' from *t]iitssva|  bake, along   which    lho   company  have extensive  limits.    '1 he.aimbe'i-  is   mostly   cedar . and   s\ hile pine.  The mill   is  operated from ninelo'  Ion months of the year.    A shingle  plant  may  be  added later on.    A  large   ;ind   substantial   boom    has  been built, a  steamer  is: employed  in handling  the  logs, and the mill  is well-equipped in every particular.  Alex. Shields is   the local manager.  A new  sawmill has been started  at the east end of the city hy Latre-  mouille  and   Eaumann  who have  taken up  timber limits of fir, pine,  and cedar on   the North Thomson.  Their mill has a capacity of 10,000  feet a day.   Mr. Baumann ss-as formerly   engineer   at   the Shuswap  mill.   - Tlie firm employ U hands,  iind idiipfi to Ashcroft and neighboring   points.     Tn   addition  to the  usual   saws  the  plant  includes a  planer and moulding  machine and  tlie. firm   intends   putting   in  an  edger at an early date.    The engine  is 40 horse  posver and the firm intend jiutiinir in another engine and  planer.     Giving   to tho light snowfall   tne  season   s\a-  not favorable  for lumbering.  r-OAiti) or th.spk.  The  Hoard  of  Trade  is a well-  organised itisiituiioii and ha.- done  good work.     'Ihe follow ing a re ihe  officials :    President, .1.  T.   Kobin-  niiih; Council,  M. ]'. Goidon, F. J.  J. M. 11 a i| er, T. .1.  Gill. Dr. Procter  J5.  Hopkins. .1. Vair, G.  Mel n l vrs.  Finals Will be PI yed This Evening.  Playin the Ping 1'ong tourtiamcnt  commenced yesterday afternoon, considerable intcrssl being manifested in  the difVerent contest*, and', it large  crowd of spectators assembled,in the  Opera IIou.su both aftcinoon and  evening. The lirst two rounds in thft  Ladies singles ami open singles svere  played yesterday, and the duals will be  plityetl to-ni<,dit, as* will also the mixed  doubles." keirc'shiiionts were served  during the4 day, At the conclusion of  piny last evening a social dance was  held. The Independent, band ivill ho  iu attendance (his evening. A dance  will be bold at the clo.-e of the tournament to-night. The following-arc the  results of yesterday's games :  L.SDIUS  SINOl-ES.  , First Round���������Mrs.'Temple defaulted  to Mrs. Scott; .Mrs. C'onrsier defaulted  to Miss Valentine; Miss' buck vs. Miss  Dent, G-L (5-2; Mrs. Atkins v Miss Edgar, 6-4, G'-l; Mrs. .Ilolten defaulted to  -Miss Cao; Mrs. Lyons v Miss Spurling  4-0, 2-(5; .Mrs. Didisheim v Mrs. Dotirne  6-3, (5-*2. '     ,  Second Round���������Miss Valentine-defaulted to .Mrs. Scolt; Mis.- A. Buck v  Mrs. Atkins (i-2. (i-4; Miss Cao v Miss  Spurling l-(5, 0-1, 2-tJ; Mrs. Tavlor defaulted to' Miss ,M. Buck;-.Mrs" Curtis  defaulted to Miss P'raser; Mrs. Van  Hornc defaulted to Miss McLean; Mh>s  .1. On- v Jliss Temple, 15-15, 1-0.  Third Round���������Miss M. Buck v.Miss  Fraser. 6-2. S-O, 0-2; Miss McLeans-  Miss Temple. '0-4. 2-0. (5-4. Other  games in this round which have not,  yet been played arc Mrs. Scott v Miss  A.'buck: Miss Spurling v winner of  Mrs. Didisheim v Miss U'oodward  game.  .Mixi:n oouni.KS.  . I'ollowing is the draw in the mixed  doubles which will be played ��������� this  evening���������Mr. and .Airs. A. K. Phipps v  Mrs. Atkins ;ti:d lb ,S: Atkins; Miss  Smith and K. Alhim v the svinncrof  preeedinu jjanie;' Mr. a d Mrs. .1. M.  .-'coll v Miss Dunn and U. Cao; Miss  Spurling' and II. R. Atkins v Miss  Buck and Parham; Miss M. Buck and  Mr. Taylor v Miss Edgar iind Mr.  George: MLs Temple ami Mr. Barber  v Miss Dent and C. R. MacDonald;  Miss Woodward iind Mr. Young v Mr.  and .Mrs. O. II. Temple; Mrs. Lvons  and .lolVrcys v Mrs. llolten and E.  lubvards: ,Mr. and Mrs. Morris v Jliss  Fraser and .Mr. Pinkham.  accident. &GLASS WARE, CHINA..  Arrowhead Train Wrecked���������Brake-  man W. J. Lee killed.  Last   Saturday     morning     the  Arrowhead   train   was  wrecked al  17-mile bridgO'-just below the Wig-  svam,   resulting   in   the   death of  brakeman \V. J.   Lee, sin old-tinier  in Revelstoke   having, been a rer-i-  denL in the city and an employe of  the (J. P. \\. for   the   past fourteen  years.    It   appears   that  ihe accident was caused   by   a slide at 17-  mile bridge  forcing   out'one of the  bcntB but leaving   the bridge to all  appearance ihe same as usual. 'I he'  engine had  crossed   the weak spot  but. the bridge  could not stand the  strain and   the   lender .iind three  loaded   freight   cars   fell through.  Hrakomsin Lee   was   sitting on tbe  brake wheel of the tender when the  accident occurred   and  wm  down  with if/and   was   killed   instantly.  Word having   been ' sent to Res-ol-  stoke   Supl.   Kilpatrick   soon had  the wrecking'train  on the spot and  (he body of the  uri'fortiiiiale brake-  man having been  discovered under  the, debris  it   was   soon extricated  from   the   wreckage.      Dr.   Cross,  coroner for the district, impanelled  a jury at Wigwam and held an inquest.   The evidence   shewed that  deceased came to his death through  an accident no blame being.attach  .ed to the train ' crew, and r. verdict  to that effect svas   returned accordingly.    The  body  and   passengers  were brought back to the city about  -1 o'clock Saturday afternoon.  Engineer Brosvn ��������� and Fireman  Hoolcy hat! a very narrow escape  from meeting a fate similar to that  which overtook the .unfortunate  Mr. Lee.  Tin: FUXKKAI..'  The funeral of, -the late W. J.  Lee  look  place Monday afternoon  f%  %J  We have just received a large  importation of the above from the  Knglish, French and German markets.  'I'hesc .ire the finest j^uods we have  ever shewn and we would call especial  attention to intendin'r purchasers.  | Dinner Sets; Tea Sets,- Toilet Sets, Fancy Cups  & Saucers, Hanging & Stand Lamps;  Fancy Teapots: -  FULL LINE OF BAR GLASSWARE  Syris  70/H/tAn/ uriutm/Jva/'  oi>i;.v sinoi.ics.  Rouiid���������Miss   Dent  First Rouiid���������Miss Dent v A. E.  Phipps 2-0, 4-0; Dr. Cross v G. S. Mc-  O.-irter 2-0. 0-2. 10; Annen v Pai-ham  2-0. Mi; Alhim v .L ]\I. Scott 0-0, 0-0;  T. E. L. Taylor v Miss Buck 0-1, 0 3;  Mrs. Scott, v Mr. Foster .'Mi. 0-1. 3-6:  C. R. Mac-Donald v Porbe.s 0-3. o fi. 1-0:  Miss Temple v II. >,'. Coiu-sier'G-o, 3-0,  O-'l; (.',. II. Teniple v Mrs-Lyons (i-i"),  I 0-4; Knap]) v (Jeorge 0-1, 0-1; .Icu'rics  J, v .1 E McLcrn 0-0. 0-1; F. Paget v B R  Atkins 0-0. 1-0. ''  Second Round���������McBeth v McCarter  0-2, 0- ; Mrs. Atkins v Parham O-'O.  0-0; Miss Temple v Barber 0-3, 3-0, 0-3  Cao v Ivnapp (5 I, (5-0; Mrs Van Ildrno  v Miss Woodward 0-0. 0-0: Rose s; F.  Edwards 0-2, 0-4; Miss Spurling v R.  S. Alkin 4-0. 2-0; J. Spurling v Miss  Fmser 4-0, 1-0������  Third Round���������Miss Woodward v  Rose 2-0, 1-0; Miss M. Buck v Dallas  00, (5-0; R. S. Atkins v.Miss Eraser  0-1, o-(5, (5-5. ��������� The icinainder of this  round and the-finals w;ill he played  to-ni<;hl.  GOLDEN NOTES.  uui; i-ecv.  J.   F  .1. R.Miiehell.  Fulton, M.P.P.,  Roiiclloy.   Jas.  (.I'ouli.'i, X.  ,1,  i-I.-A.-hbv. A. D.  Victoria 2.  iMesH-.-.  Vaiietuiver  S.   Paleiil  The social in tin; I'resbyieriiin  (7'hirreh 'I'licsday. cvci.iiiigiva.s very .successful'. A good program tne.: wars rendered,-and a s-.'oiahle .time spenlyliy all.  .Dr. upd JSIiss. Paget,,-'formerly of  b'evelstoL-c and now Of Calgary, came  in Monday evening and.are spending  r< fewdinVin, the city. ..-'������������������'  Letscn and Hurpee nl  received ibis week a I',  lor improvements in  Solilerii.g .M.-ioliiiie-.; iintl Mr. 13 A.  .Mur-hull , oi (iransille S'".  \'aiii.-,oiive,r, ii Canadian Piiteiil, on  aii iiiiproved method'of sealing and  sectring lhe .covers of jars. This  Pat't.'iit7 is 7 adapted to ' the  rotpiireirientsyof tlie -Potted li.-h and  iiieabs svhicli .'Mr. Marshall .is  putting, up-in Yanociivi'-r for tl.1'  j.iritish mtirketbi.  HOCKV MOPNT.SIN  ItAXfiKUS.  The   Kji in I oops  corps of   Rocks  Mourrain   Rangei-.s  i.s   under com-  mar.d  of  Capt.   Vicars iind is in a  healihy enndition'.    '] liecoriis.mu���������  lei-r 45 men'.    Now that a drill hall  is lo he  built  the  corp-- is looking  forsvard to  muster under more favorable   atispii es.       C.'ipi.     Vicar.-  lakes an inioiise inlerest in hi:- niep  . and is   longing   for Capt. Tsiylor to  I get a move on at Rt-velstoke so that  he can cliiillenge the local men to a  ' I'liendly niiitcli.  (To he coiilinuod.)  I.-  " Amber" Ping Smoking tobacco  'syiiming on il.s merits.  ���������j. Hii've^you iried it.?"- '  ���������;Save    the    Tags,     ti'iey  raluable.''-     .'.-������������������  are  (Trom Our Own Corre.'-potKlciiL.)  The Golden Era ��������� plant is being  moved bs- , the owner E. V.  Chambers to the town of Armstrong  whore he has arranged to,publish  the Armstrong Adverliser. There  is a general feeling of regret ou the  pari of the residents of this place  at losing the paper (hat has for  the part ll year.- been published  here.  On 'Thursday afternoon about n  o'clock fire was discovered in the  roof of Jioustons sash and door  facto y. Through the energetic  action of the towns-people what  threatened to be a serious fire svns  controlled and extinguished  without further damage than  -ustained by ihe.roof which is very  .-light, Mr. llou-ton received a  nnst.y burn on ihe .-ide of his face  svhicli is painful but, not, serious.  A movement ��������� is on foot lo  o.-lablif-h a Rifle Association and  tbe ' following ofliccrs wero  appointed .'it a meeting held  recently:��������� Proidenl. .I, IC. Grillith;  Vice JV.'sidcny C. A. W-.rren;  Captain, Hon. F. W. Aynicr; 1st.  Lent.. J.' G. UI lock; 2nd. Lout.,  Chas.   Pea-rce   Secy., E. Plosvright.  The sees, was instructed lo write  the D. O. C. for ibis disirict for  information regarding the  formation of Rifle Associations  and to call a meeting lo complete  organization ��������� on receipt of an  answer^  ...  'Thougl\ the; water in.. j.'.'. the  Columbia is untisuaJIy losv both  the Gity of Windermere nnd the  Uy.'ik left last week for up..the  river ���������points,', with full loads of  freight, ���������. '  and  was one  of  the  largest  ever  seen in the city.    Everyone seemed  to;- realize   that   Revelstoke     svas  poorer  that  day by the loss of ono  of  her  worthiest citizens, and as a  tribute   ot     respect,  to    deceased  business' svas practically suspended,  the    C.   P. .K. ,.Shops7and  .Fred  Rohin.-on ' mill   were  closed down.  The funeral was under Ihe direction  of the local Masonic Lodge in which  deceased was an enthusiastic worker, as he also   was   in    Revelstoke  Lodge. I. 0. O.   F.   and 1. O. G.T.  The   Independent   Rand,   playing  Webs oi-V, Funeral   March, led ihe  proccsfcion, followed bv tho Masons,  Oddfellows and   1.   0*.  G. T., each  Order  being   largely   represented.  Messrs.   Temple,   Rislccn.  Barrier,  Patniore, ii. J. JJourne and, J. Mc-  Leod acted sis pall bearers.  Following the bier came the mourners and  citizens in   carriages   and on foot.  Rev. C. Ladner   conducted  a short  funeral   service    followed   by   the  Masons.        ..      ��������� '  Deceased leaves a wife and seven  of ;i family, the youngest being but  a few months old.' 'The M.vn;extends to the bereaved " family its  sincere regret, in this their hour of  ir.al.  Still to the Front  Dr. MacKeozie9s English Cough Balsam  The healing and soothing remedy for Coughs, Colds.  Tickling in ��������� the'Throat. Bronchitis,-Croup, ErtIt  Stages of Consumption, and   all   other  Throat anti  Lu.ig Troubles.    Worth a trip to California.  '���������    ' '      o  G: F. CURTIS, RED CROSS DRUGSTORE, REVELSTOKE.1.  WHEN YOU WANT FURNITURE  ���������Go   where  the  largest and best stock is keptt,  bedroom   Suites,    Sideboards,    Odd   Chairs,  Tables,   Carpets,   Linoleums, and   Oil Gotta  '   " in Good 'Variety.  Upholstery   and   Undertaking.'  (From our Own Corruripoiiflciit.)  Mr. Wallace has returned to Camborne and started a force of men to  work at- once cleaning up the si reels,  and a good ,appreciable, show-inn is  now being made every flay.  The. snow-i.s nearly nil gone and a  wagon Citn r;cL throtinh from Ilea lop  as soon as . the government fixes the  unsafe portions of the road, bran ford  has it largo quantity of freight in  sight and this is a mat tor ' of great'  urgency as Ihe temporary bridge at  the end of (he other road is liable to  go out any day.  The new bridge which IL T. Perry  has just, completed over Fish Crick is  a fine struct lire anil is proving a great  blessing lo Ciiipborne,  The North   Western   have about lo.  men at, work on their   dam and Ilniiic  and ditch line.  Arthur Voting has just struck another nice looking quarry lead on the  Mrandon Star group, parallel tn (ho  first find also carrying free gold. '  LIMITED.,,  ���������   Wholesale Hardware, Ship Chandleiy and  Mining Supplies.  Hardware Department, 8-10-12 Cordova Street  Ship Chandlery Department, 8-10 Water Street  ably fumi'shci  affords.  market  with the choicest tin.  Wines,   Liquors, tv Cigars.  Rates $i a day. , Monthly rate.  3 est  J".     ALBERT     ST01sr:EL    PEOP  CARD OF THANKS.  Mrs. W. J. Lee desires to thank  ihe Societies who kindly assisted  at ihe obsequies of her Into husband  find to all friends find neighbors  for their heartfelt sympathy  so genuinely expressed to herself  and family in their deep  bereavement.  Capt T. E. L. Taylor the recuititig  ollicer of this district for the fourth,  contingent, finished his 'work on  Saturday 'when the following; svere  accepted arnV left for Halifax on  Tuesday -inoruing:���������Messrs. J. Jlc-  Latighlin,; I). Clnrko, Jordine Raync,  McVickoi-, Ibirvey, W. Smith. Chas.  Lewis, II. II. La ing, A. .Muhl.-h, .<.  Murdoch, A. lleunett and Darpcj,   '  One Block from CPU Depot  and Steamboat Wharves  Re-furnished and Rc-modclled  Rntcs $1.50 to $2 i>or day  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor, - Vancouver,  B. C.  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTS Or ANY  MAGNfTJUDE. WffiiBTH)  emmaastsBsaa  S2B3SSBB  Complete Installations Our Specialty-  Finest Glass of Machinery   . ,.-,   .   .   ,  The HmtoH Electric Co; Limited  j V_v>_Gxv-___  hfliU   V-in.-i*Ju/OuVSslif.  _~-Sf|fl  fc-'T-Mp- Trffi KOOTENAY MAIL.  "be ikootenas2 rlDail MANAGER'S  "l HI.ISHKD  KVKltV FKiri.vV.  -AT-  REVELSTOKK.B.C.  -.bscnption   Price.   S2.M   Por   Annum  .IiVJifiTISIN'G KATKS tpJotetl on niipli-  t-.v_>on. I'huii'.'f; it. iiflv6i-ti<[-nient- imixt  '���������.- in hj" Ttie-.lay <-)" each week to <teuro  _'--���������.. <ii-]ll.i.v.  Oil I'tUNTINO i-i cvfty kind at, mo-t roajiot,  ,.-jV rr.-.e- ..'.tl -honc������t notice.  '.''-. OL'ST.s li-r .it.b  printing  or' iuivvii-ii,  p-.j-.i'iii e.i li.--- iirsi  of every month;  sul  - '-- !*i|'':i>.,- i-iv.ihle -triclly in advance.  .ib'i:i;-po:."pf:Nci-: 'invited on,"-ui matin  '���������: ]���������>���������<! ov I'.ililif Interest. All coinniunii-.  .trie t-- irtu- 1-Mitor must be rtccoWlKiiiit  ���������yiite ii'iine of'the-vriter. not nercssan.  :���������'?"��������� t.utiliiiitif.n.   hut    i-   an   evifletx-.'   .  ,-.,ff-5 t.,aii. Corri.-;>oiiflence must reach 11,  .'hi i-    li>   'lui-sfliiy    c. t'liini;   to    find  ���������'li*.- in lit'- lir-t i���������ue of the M."-". afl. i  ���������S'.'ll'"  Titi-: K(������itkn'.sy M.siP.���������  Kes-elswike, H.CV  I-   - '   I ->\  ",  I.1' Vll-tl'k.-.  IVs oeqiifistoup numerous rcadops'to  -favox1' us with thoin assistance In  rrmkihff the KOOTENAY MAIL, tho  most valuable adventlslng- ttiedt-  u".Ti in the Kootenays-by Slvlng-  the preference, when making pup-  chases, to- those firms ..who;' ape  eeifulae, advertisers In tho'-KOOT-  ENAV mail;  CITV AfiKN'TS.  Cn\ ;. -. .if' Tid; M.vu. iniiy l.o obt-uinotl from  .. fi'll'ivvlri^-fjiiy iiL't-iits:  '   .!. W. Ui:n.\-i:tt. '  v'vnvij.v I)m;o tc Hook Co.  .      I-'. U.   SVKI.1.S.  LONDON', K.VG., AGENCY.  i-'iii.;.Liiii .mil C'll'inml Adverti-iing Agency,  111 r.'l-i.-t Si.  (VMiit'iieil * ' 'ti., 1 ,-iikI 2 snow Hill. London,  ll. t .  77.V .7T0RbNTp,AGKNCY.  '.'-s-'���������--nlrsii.,I-"rc-j== Agency.-:,, ....''3 3''  tyunMiitn Advc'riis.inif-A'geiiojv,.  7'v :     ;: MONtKKAI.. IA.GKXCY.'  A. .\f.-Kan Si-i'o.; Agents';. 7 ��������� .-���������'..  J iv.-tiitraIs���������������������������Adv.C'rt.isintr AgcncyV v  I I.-.j-vev AdvertWii;-'agentry...,.; v .  si'OK.vNi-: agi:ncy.  .Uc.mUI'Ut  ti .Co.,  AdvertWnt;  AgeiiM. 5*21  !'i--f.Sve  -AN" FftAN'C-fSCO AGKN'CV.   ���������  K. C. J'tikt-, 01 and 05 Merchant-Exchange,  A!?L-lll-.  S'KSV YOltIC AGKN'CY.  .[..iiuiiuioii tiro?., liff. '"roadway.  CIHCl'LATION'.  ���������-Pm:...Koo-rKNAV.  e.imtini)". .in. .tlie.C  rcilindiife  distriet.  ,;'t-.Uii.'i!.-;:,'-.-,-;-,y 'Vy'y-'Vy  vy ������������������AlbereCiiiiyt'ii  y,,:,.;.'(.'litc,ier.; vy.;?  '".'' '    ('iijldeii "J '���������'���������''  v'V Arrowhyftd'-. '���������  ������������������",���������"'-.' .X'oiii'h'i'lix ���������'���������:,  ���������'..'��������� : 'from- Lake Cii.-,  '���������'������������������ Haley on UotrS-"i  Burton City.' .'���������'  .'.vySmith GrotS; y^  '���������; i,:Cii'iiip;t'i-ec-f;. ������������������--���������  -V ..fpold.- Vv   ���������.:���������.'. '  :y������ .;..Kamlou-iS,-,--���������-.  ..'���������������;..,   North . Ilt-lida,> :.  .   .V'xclovvn:.".; ..'  '"'���������.", Hear Creel; "  *'.'S' liObsonV. ���������'���������''.'>.���������.  M-vn. lia-i a Aral-clans cir-  iiv of Hovolstoke and sur-  iind  til-o at  the followiti({  lllocrllcn-net  Ko^ei-ri Fans  .Salmon Aim  'I'liomion'M Jjflnding  ,        Camborne  I'-crtjiihon  riti^s XaKU-.p  Kive Valley.  McCulloch Creole  C.trnus Creek  airfiid.trd Hit-in.  Ci.<igcllacliic  Notch.Hill.        .     -  Sieamoim  Ki'.'iv-uriiioutli  New Dmivcr  II  A11VI-JV A- -McUARTER  PAliJIlSTI-'HS, SOI.ICITOK8, fiTC.,  'unci.-:   Molson's   Bank   Hi.ocic,   Ukvki,-  STOKK,   U. C. ,  Money to lo.in.  Uilict-.:: Kevcl-stokc. I?. C; Kort Steele, R. C.  to:... ^-. McCAKTr.it. J. A. Hakvky,  Pc-v ol-toko, ii. C. Kort Steele, 11. C.  [     M. SCOTT. U.A., LL.B.  ���������/ .   l  U'sni-tirTi-K.   Solicitor,   Notary  Pphi.ic, Etc.  Mf K'eii/.ie  Ave.,        Hevclstokt'i B. (J.  7rsD\S'AHD A:, HAGG.EN3v '.7  .;]^'X'V3'.v7-''yyyV.'_..''y.3.^'v7yy.3;.y7'--  .,-;���������ty    v; Mining Enoineeb;       ���������;   .;-  ���������fS'fem..',A;iiieriean :Institute''.Mining'EnSineers)  ).SIc-iii. Canadian Mining Institute-)  .���������3- ;": -.3 3    Rl-:VELST0kEV:B.- 0.;;- ,.;.'���������' .;';;���������   ;.,-:  . Kv'.'tiii'iiiiuioii of and,.reporw on  Mineral Pro-  .- ,-;'���������'���������       V.    pert iefit. Special ty.' '"������������������' ;'  .'3,-  w  "ll.l.l \M   A.  HAL'Kiy ,  M'etisKi.v ,t  Pkovinci'al Laxii  'Si-iiVi:vort.  - .ii..,- ei Mn.i.-r.t! Cl.tini--'. Timber HertL-arid  Crown Lind-'.  '   ,H   -,i J. I). -iilHALP, liKVKLsTOKB. li.C.  belkooteiia^nDail  I'blli.vY. MAY -J.   1002-  iJN   iiii'i-''  than  one  occasion Aye  liii.ve'referred, 'to the excessive rate?,  i'-.vi'.-'.i   bv   Uie ..Dominion Exprep--  ("ippiiiiiiy pi.   larger parcel?.    The  ��������� ���������;;'-���������<:���������{.".{'the.-e rates; is'to drive trade  .'..a   i,f  (;;tnadiii'. especially  in   tlie  ' ,;.-'.��������� 'if ��������� Kootc-nav,  point;.,' -An in-  '--aiie'e   came under our'n.otice the  ��������� ���������:iii-r <liiy where  the express.charge- anil   customs  duty  froniySpo-  "kiftie: amounted..:to\$'2.3������i and the  ''���������xiin.ss charges   alone on the same  3-il':   -.f'   goods:    from.   Vancouver  -iimtninto'd,' .to ' '.^'3.7o. ���������    Canadian  railway   and .'express     companies  .prate   aboitt..7'''Caha'c!a   for   Cana-  '!;:ip,-."   but   their  own loyalty ex-  ���������i.-'nil.-'   1,-3''.'robbing .the   public   by  'exes-i-ve i-ittes. '-������������������.���������  Old Soldier's Experience.  M M Aii-iiii. a civil war veteran, of  Wii.rie-iei-. hid., writes :"My wife  ���������������������������.ii- ,-ick, a long time in spite ofgood  'l-'CtorV trealinent. but'was' wholly  -���������sir---'!' by. Lr. Kbig's IfNe-sv Life, Pills,  '-. bi'-ii worked wondcrs'i'for Iier health.''  'J'liey always d". Try f.hein. Only  ���������_'-''���������. :'���������;. (,'rnada   Lrtig and Book 'Store.'  'rrj.v'.-ller.-* visiting F.evelstoke svill  iind the best accommodation at'tho'  ('.���������id ml. Hotel, Aliruhnrn.-bn Mi-'������s. o"  Simi/kameen Valley Coal Company,  Limited.  To Tin: Pin-'sinjcNT, Duticcrons and  Stook Hoi.nrcus of tiii:-Simii.-  K.-smi:i:n Va'lli:y Coal CoMrAXY,  LlMlTKD'  In making this, my first annual  .-port to the" Company, I must  oint out the plain fact that svhen  ou honored me by/appointing me  our Managing Director, the (Jom-  panv had but very little ready cash  en 'hand, and I was therefore  obliged not, only to manage tho  affairs of the Company, but also  had to net as "financier for your  Company, sv.hich svas great ly to my  disadvantage. , Notwithstanding  the.-e fi^et--, ^itli nuiny oilier'dL-  ads-tiiitagCr, 1 hiive succeeded svilh  the avaihilile and ever ready assist  anee of our Board of Directors, in  lavinfe ii foundation for'the upbuilding of a gigantic company  that voii niay'al'l well be proud of;  for I'know of no other Company  that has made ii letter showing  witli so little capital in' so short a  time, taking into consideration the  numerous disadvantage.* that _we  have had to ovoreoni'3 and few  companies have a beiler standi������g,  to say nothing of the available  assets "that sve have acquired within  the past year. These facts are al!  substantiated by the books of tbe  Company ' ajid   by   our   auditor's  report. '   ,   , ' ���������  Now,' before going into details  Willi my report, \ wish to say that  affairs of this kind cannot he built  up in-a day. and ii would be unfair  to expect it. I must add that in  discharging my duties as Managing  Director, it has been impossible to  please everyone. Since the incorporation of the Company'last August, sve have made what we call a  phenomenal showing.- Our assets  were at that time'1,500 acres of coal  land, approximately $500.00 in  cash, and about $2,O0O.UO due from  original contracts from the Syndicate. Since then we have secured  what svas known as the Scott Ranch  which was already plaited and  being sold under the name of Cop  perfield by the Honorable Smith  Curtis., We were obliged to take  over the 'option then held by him  on Mr. Lamont's ranch which adjoins the Townsite of Copperheld,  in order to protect,' our Company  from a competitive townsite, and  also to Bccure some valuable water  rights, arid a mostsaUiable smelter  she. As evidence of this judgment  being good, we have already sold  sufficient real estate under contract  to in ore than pay for the entire  investment svhen this money is all  paid into the treasury. Further  evidence of this judgment being  good is contained in tne hist clause  of Mr. Blakemore's report, on pur  holdings in the Similkamecn Val-  lev. which ii* as follows:  '"'Having made, a thorough examination of your property. 1 have no  hesitation in saying that you possess a valuable'estate, apart from  the question of its value as.a coal  mining proposition. The surface,  townsHe and svater posver you control, must in the event of a railway  passing through this district, become increasingly valuable, and as  indicated above J consider thai in  all respects this portion of your  property is favorably situated with  regard 'to any similar property in  tins district, although, as in all  mining adventures there is an element of speculation. 1 consider  that in thisocasc' chances are good  and that you would be well, advised  to rpend' the moderate amount  nece=-carv to, determine the actual  character   and  value of   your pro  perty-,  '���������back upon, and I cannot but consider  '���������that the position of your Company is  "greatly improved hy their acquisition.  "I should also mention that infor-  ''mation has just been received to (lie  '���������effect that a diamond drill svhich has  '���������been operating.? on a coal property  ''adjoining yours, and in the immedi-  ���������'ate vicinity of Princeton, has, after  '���������passing through one seam of lignite,  "cut a -earn of bituminous'coal at a  "depth of one hundred' feet from the  ���������'.surface. Should this formation be  '���������'���������.erifitd, it may be taken as a con-  "culsive evidence that bituminous coal  ������������������will he found under your property  '���������ne.tr Ashn.ila. I speak thus "iiardeil-  '*]y because] .mi anxious not toraiseany  '���������unreasonable expectation until the  ���������'thickness and quality of the coal is  "'actually demonstrated, but there ap-  '���������poiirs to in- no loason to doubt the  "correctness of tlie report as it comes  "from a reliahle source.  "I may say further ' that having rc-  "gai-tl to the character of the lower  "measures found through the region  '���������of the Rockies iu British Columbia,  "it would be an exception if any-tnt.  ''bituminous coal did not prove to he  "good coal."  Yours very truly,  "        W. lii.AKi-MOiu:,  ('(insulting   Engineer  to the Similkn-  nieen Valley Coal Co., Ltd.  A diamond   drill   has  been secured  ! jointly by our  Company and the Ash-  | nol' Coal   Company,   Limited, and at  the present   time dicing   freighted to  I Ashnola.    A saw and planing mill are  already on the   ground   and are being  I put in shape to complete the promises  I that we have made   through the press  I to the public, with reference to tlie establishment of, the   City of Ashnola.  | These promises   made   lo   the public  | are being carried   out', to the letter as  t'.iit  'ad   funds    aro   avail.ible.      The  liruwery Company   arc already established at As-hnolsi and have 2,000 tons  of ict'ialready put   up,   preparatory'lo  beginning their' operations.    I merely  men I ion these, facts   to shew that we  arc keeping our   faith to the pulilic to  the best of our ability   and I herewith  (piote my   assettion   made,<>w-lnch appears in our   first   prospectus svith re-1  lerencc to niy management.  "The present management docs not  "intend to incur any liabililiesagainst  '���������the Company beyond the cash on  "baud at any time to pay for same,  '���������but will proceed as fust as possible  "with the development of the property  "to the best possible advantage, using  "up-to-date and modern machinery.  "The employment of qualilicd and  "experienced help sviil be the motto  "of the management."'  ��������� The Company have alsocntcrcd into  a contract-with the Ashnola Smelter  Company, Limited, for tbe erection of  a smelter at Ashnola in the,, near  'future. o  I do not deem it necessary to give  an exhaustive report, owing to the  fact that details or figures in connection with the affairs of the Company  can be '-.btninecl hy any mcmlx-v from  the books, sind ".from the fact that it  would take up too much time of this  'meeting. I would be pleased, boss-over,  to anssverany question svilh reference  to the affairs of the Company, past,  present and future. It is the intention at present to .continue the development, already arranged for under  the direction of Mr. lihikcmore, as  t.tst ;ts fur.iU are available until transportation is assured. The progress  made within the, past year by the  Company under its pr sent management speaks for itself.  Cash on hand at present date $ 7.24').33  Cash expended ^20.7 12.77  Assets already secured,total $574,705.33  I   defy   anyone   to   make a better  nhnwing in so short a time under similar circnni-stitnccs.     We have not had  the   assistance  of   the   public to any  great   extent       On   the   contrary we  have had a great many people whom 1  frm kickers, who, b.ivc endeavored to  tho  best   of   their   ability   to tear us  , down.      We   can   s.iy   that which no  ; other company under  the same condi-  j lions Crtti   say   truthfully th.it'I know  j of, that   their   credit    n  good   at the  i bank   for  ,an   overdraft   ������������������  I should   we   require   r.-rne.  j another  company  that en make thi-  !'record and 1 wiii  -hew jcii millions of  ! stock certificate-   wnich- today .-,re not  worth the paper they are writ,'.'.. on.  In conclusion I wt-h to th.u-.k the  board of Dii>'ctf>ra for the '"-���������er ready  and most valuable m.innei in which  they base, ii-fistcd mr n di-'-b.tiginu'  the duties iind alTaii- of il.i^ i"ump,ins  this ��������� matte'vand   all   1   -have ylo say  tinallv  is 7tbat7 I:siifcerely hope thai  sve wi'll'all' work together in the future;  for the'advantageof all eoiiceriiedvf"!'  united'sve' stand and .divided we fail-  Yours' respect fully,', 3  ��������� 73"-v' 773' ���������'..��������� '.L^&^Syoi'lxUi'.���������'������������������.������������������  ";..  v' 7 Managing7l>irecl6i'.  ''-.       7-- OAl'lTAIi'STOCK -ACCOUNT;-' ���������  'Authorised Capital, -v ..\\. .^bOOO.OQO-  "���������''���������������������������'������������������;������������������ ��������� issuKu'roa,-.'":' ������������������'���������;'  Svudicate Assets-,. ���������������������������...;..: 7, va00,000  Advertising. 777....... .':..;-��������� .     ���������.-���������Uli'i'  Collins-Gulch.3 7.7 3.;..     -30,000  .���������.Mineral Claims.;'. .... ,3'.:. 7 v"''; 10,000  Scott's'; Ranch, v...:.:. .7. - --. y v '"10..000  Oflice7.Furiiitiiro.7.-���������.'������������������;���������';.'..-:'..''. '���������.''.7,,' '^00  ���������Ex'i)ehser.7v.7,'::,;'3'7/.'7:,.3-'vy "/.SpO  :Cas!i'73;.::. ,77..7';'v77.37:v';:.7v7'7;W:535  Total.   . ..' $   ,5y7,������S")  Balance in Treasury        '112.3Lj  stati:mi:xt or asskts axu i.i.snn.i'iir.s  ASriKTS    , ' "  Coal Fields ,r52S.3H8.."iU  Mineral Claims '    10.300.00  \shnola Townsite    21.000 00  slachincrv���������Drill and boiler    (i.7-15-30  \tlvance to Land Syndicate.      .33(.l..)0  Cash on Hand and at Manager's Account. . . .'      7.2-l''-33  Advance to Sawmill".       -        OSO-'W  six   boxf s ' for $2.00. by addressing the  Or.      Willi.ia,-'       Medicine Co.,  iWckvillc, (int.,  WMA  Till:   MAltKKTS.  Bourne Iii-o-.. liicrchiints.Tvevelstoke  reiiort   i\.r  week   ending   May     2nd  Fi.oui;.  Hungarian, per bag 08 lbs $3.00.  CiKAl.V.  Wheat, per ton $30.00.  Oat--, per ton $30.00.)  Fi-|-n.  Has-, per  ton, timothy $22   $25  REVELSTOKE, B. O. w v  ABKAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  Newly'built.      First-class in every respect.    'All modern cone viencw.  Large'Sample Rooms.  Rates $1-50 per Day.' Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel,-Trout   Lake,  under  same management.  .$22  ..$6  50.  -.00,  .50.  .00.  ���������$1  $4.0  $574,705.33  MAHII.nil'S    '  Ijaliince due Ashnola  Townsite $  , 1 .olKi.OO  Contingent Liability, Ashnola,Townsite to he paid  pro rata from lard sales,.    5,300.00  .John II Jackson ".   . .       100.00  Sundries���������March wages, etc.       ^SLUL  Total..'- ...-."  .$ ' 7,4'.)0.'.)I  Surplu.s Assets -. .507.214.12  $574,705.33  Noti:���������T!-,e value of the assets is placed  at the total amount paid in cash and  stock issued at par value.  STATKMi:XT Ol-'  ui:cr.ii'Ts'"ANi) Kxri:xi)iTnti:s.  ui:ci:nvrs  Cap'tal Stock......      _    Jr ' 7.150.00  Synd. itssessments.$ 2,131.50  Sales of Land       ������(M.75  Ashnola Coal Co.'s  Syndicate    5,480.00  Ashnola Coal Co.'s*  on account drill..   3,050.00  Sale of Stock.,. - .   15,921.85*27,088.10  $35,138.10  i-:xit.ni'Ituri:s  Coal Land License*. 3 .   .-$       450.00  710.33  brokerage Commissions...  1.070.7-1  1,407.51  1.2S1.15  Travelling Expense   1,485.00  1,740.05  (i.400.35  Water Rights   337,50  3'.l5.37  (i,7-U>.31  (i8().()0  308.10  500.00  330.50  Land Syndicate   500.00  Ashnola Townsite.   ��������� -   M-  -1,20! .00  3().l()  Cash on handiind at Man  -  ager's Account   7.245.33  ;;;,';^-^Toui^W:';3^^:;:::*>-35IJ38;.io  3Seisonyi3.CyApri! 15th,,. 1002... 73  : :T6 tlie sHitrclibldcrs'" of'tiio.Similka-.  nicch Viilley Coal';'Cpmpany, Lim'ted.  .Gi-:.v.Tii:.MEX���������I. herein- certify tliiit.the  ., above   statements ., exhibit-; the���������t'ruc  : positioii of I lie Company's' iiH'airsvy. ���������  '���������3���������������������������' v.-; y;;F.'Wv:SsvANXEf.i,.    ,���������  7'3y "y:;-'.-7.   7 7'    7-"''      ��������������������������� Aii'ditov-. V  ....2.  .3:2  .3.  50.  0.  3.  .00.  .00.  ...30.  ...25.  ...35  20.  .18.  yyyioris    (i  :'^7]b-:uu7:7,;.^3:'.;.y:^.-7,3.":.'  ���������'SuoA iti-777y, iiv.-7; 777'7y,v.7 ,y..  '    S,ug;ir, |ier sack^.lOOlbi?  .VKOKT.Slil.KS. 7.y:'7;,y   3 ���������:./.';.; .'7"  v,,7l!eeiy'P!;i':;.l!;77'','"i.;.,';',7  ;7 INibib'eieper U)0 lbs.yy:  :77(bii(?ns,!|yi7l0l) ihs3-3.7  ;. Cabbage, per lb'.���������.>,. ;:..���������:.  ���������7yCarro(s.'pyr,:i00dhs;;33  .;.;���������; Tuniiiis',- per 1.00. lbs.,.1.  'FAiiMU'iifHure'i-^'.;.,.; "���������'���������'.. ,77;  ������������������".'��������� r.'Eggs, per iloz.  iiew laid 3;..  ���������y,Case eggs:',.;v.;y.,.:y.^7y.'.y  77. buitor (Greamei-y)f, per:1b..  ,:yibittcr (Dairy) .'per lb.3v 3-  ���������;',',.Glieese, jiiir lb':'n:. ...��������� 73/7-3;-7'  y7 Ijiii'di per' 113 .:37.7.';y.yy.7  ^fKATfyv-yvy- '7 '-3v:"7;7;  '���������3l)i^f7-per.:liy|-;3X:.;':.'  ^vMtittoiyjier :lb.*7 .'.  ,v'7s'eaii;i)ei;71b773;;77yy,  :',' 4.anibrPer:7lb.,..;-���������.3:  7y Porlc, pory'lli-Vv. :..  y vllifmy per.7l,h. :;.,..;.���������;  ::v7Bacftii,:.'pei'7'Ib,7;,.y. .\.  yFiiurrsy 73.337"y7y'3y.  ,:' Oi-iinges",', 'peivdo/.,.;'  y Lemons;..per dozy3  7iy'App|es; per box..:,.  . 7;rears. pei--:l.iox. .3..;.  Yi:Y.'Y:9r ::M^^J'-FxaKKrr^  "y Copper,'J\7ew York,Lake 1 l-J 12J,elec-  7roly tic: 11.3 libT'l.Jc 7Lpndoiv������5^5,7^''7''  7 .:Le;u!-Ne\v:,;York,i$4.05 .��������� to : $L 10;  LoHtloi'v ��������������� 11." 1 ls7:,3dyto;'XlL:13s: M.  '���������; 7Silver���������Nwv3Y'oi-^l547 73!!yy.'3-yyy  ���������.-���������'-:      '''.���������'    '���������'!'   ��������� ���������      i   "- ���������     ���������    ���������'       -'       7 '      ,..'''''  .. .8 to 15.   15.  .12.1 toL5.  ..15 to 20.   15.  .:!  .   20.  ..50.  .. .40.  .2.50.  .2.50.  .^i^vfk'  ������������������ MAIL   CONTRACT.  Q UU'sllA'IT SICA1,KI)TKNI)BI16. ixldrosscfi  IJ iti l lit- f-'t>sirmivr-tc'i- (lonewvl. will be tvr.eivcd  nt. Olt.iwu tuilil Nunii. on fridny L'io30th M������y  ni-vl, I'm- trie ciiiv.j.Vitiice of litis Miijcsir������  Mii'.K, nn ]ito'h*i<h1 fonlracw for fouryt-ftre. In  c.u li t-n-i.) lintw.-t-ii ttuvulstoko imd UiB Bond,  iind l-'tii-|-iif(in nnd Tlionwcmls I^������ridiiiK from the  1-il July nuvl.       '       '        ' -  -Pi-.iil.-.l i.iiii.'i'H uonlfiiui.iK Furthol- itifomna-  I iiin ;-.-j to t-uriilii ionf of proposed contiuct* ma>-  lit- -=0011 iind lilrtnU ftinnt of Tt-ndor may be ob-  Ittiiiiul nl tlio t'o-t, OfticoKof Uev-e|r,tok������, Yer-  gn-oii. Truiit l,r.Uo, Uiiuiplix. Thonewn"  L:intlirif{, iind nl linf, omuo.  Poit. Olllt't' Insportor's Ofl)oc  Viincouvoi', H.O., lStl),April, 1802.  W. XI. nOItMAN,  I������o*t Olitco TnKpectori  s  ������������������Ji.iJO'J.OO  Sliow tne  W.  the  the  was-  our  Blakemoi<k,    YY.:\   '���������:������������������ .."  f"'- ";.' -3'���������.-������������������; Mining Engineer.,..  ��������� Th'.s7co'tipled with the fact ...that Mr.  Dlak'emore'is not .onl.. the consulting  engineer of;oui-7'Coinpany ytiut-'.that he  ib" a stockholder.'rlioiild be satisfactory  evidence tp7 all ebneerned. .Details of  these trans.actiqns'can be found,in the  books of the Company with. fa'ctsand  figures of its costs.   '.-  The .next important move of  Corripanv was the securing.-of  Collins'"Gulchy coal. : The latu  .purchased under the .'advice of  'consultintr engineer,'.from the fact-'.\ hat  it was. the' only coal dand'under which  there was'any evidence of bituminous  and coking coal. ,'. In fact/after reading Mr..' J3lake'mot:c"'s report, on our  coal,any member of this .'Company  can see for himself thnt theCoilinfl'  Gulch waa the and that Mr. Hlake-  more.considered tbe-inost valuable. I  herewith submit his'letter to inc. of the  25th of February, aseviilence :    .  40<!3 Dorchester. St.; Montreal,  ���������',';.'  7' Feb.-25th, 19023 ,  I). R. Yoi-ko, FSQ,, Managing Director,  Similkaincen   Valley    Coal ,, Co.,  Limited, Nelson, IL C.  My Dear Sir,���������" Since writing, my  "report upon your Company's property,  ".November 20th, 100.1, a n imp'orta.n't  "step has been taken by them in ac-  ."rpiirihg the c-oal areas of ColliriV  "Gulch,'which I -i-eported-as contain-  "ing .outcrops of bifuniinous ,conl.  "However good tho prospect of discov-  "ering this class of, coal underneath'  "the seams of lignite near Ashnols, I  "reg������rd it as ��������������� wise stroke, of policyto  "secure the ureas upon which hitumin-  "oub coil has actually been.diacoveretl.  "as in ���������the' event of your explorations  "upon the older property not he.in^  "siicccssful, you would still have valu-  "flhlf.f tmhs of this cluss of coal to  fall  ������nd on my own behalf I m.hst say .tha.r  I l.iavc'discharged my,..fhU-HW without  fear or ���������'favor,, and' to ..tlie best of iny  ability' io- t-lie lidvuiitage,. of all eon-  cerne'd.; W'e have coiii'p'lot.ed n bridge  itcross.the Sihiilkamecn ' i'iveriit.'.,."b-  ''tiolii.'we Have .'.icipiired the to.wnsite,  we , Im ve xlr-vcliiped. -ome of iiuri-oii!  Seams' sullicieut to deternvitei lli'eir  value, sve have completed-'roads to and  from the important points of the Com.,  .piiny's' property.' and hst.but-not .icust:-',  I .hiive untiertal-'en tlit!. niii!i!g;iuinti.ih  of the A.shriola-Cpal Coiiipa.ny.'Limit.ef.b.  ��������� of Toronto, and luive ��������� secured their  .fullest co-o|:.'eratioh'in .e.onnoolion, with  The'Symptoms   0lcten'yM'isunder-  7,    > stood by the; sufferer,:   .  Thifc;: Troubles. ���������;at: 3All-, 7Ti.nes y.aii;  ������������������������������������':. i^xtrenvely'DaiigerOiis One���������Mow'',-,  ' 733to..-prpniptiy Relieve' f'tv' vyvy'  '���������'��������� There -arej.-'riiii-ny'; forms of heart dis-.  ea'sK'sohi'c of which manifest themselves  ! bv jynipto'ms^which^ireiYiisiiiiclei-stood  |"bv. 71lie.-' sufferer .7 and vascribed yio  ! indigestioii-or some siin'i hi realise, svhen  ; t he ' heart: =-i's ���������rea 1 ly'' iitl'ected:;: .The  |.:sl-lght.est ilernnge.mcnt'.of tliis iinport-  J'i.ator.Kan is extretnelydsuigerous. .,.;���������!f  i at tiiiies the'itCtion.of the.pulse is. too  I'rapid iind '-.'the' heart ,ben.tsviolently,  } resulting, in 3t .suffocating feeiing;oyvif  'the .7'he';irt'-7's'eem.i-.yin:icl'iii'ed.''''('.b stop  j beaiing- the., pulse^becomes slow; ;ind  ���������I.Voii fi-ey ii faint.'di/'Zs- Seiisiitioh.. Von'  I'.shotild" hike the best", course7he .the  [���������worl(i.; and that isi'i/take l.)r. Willi/sn-i's:'  Pink: I'ilis  for Piile Peoi'l'-. ;7Vou will I  lusihess College  Opposite Hotel V.incouvar,  MISS E.   RICHARDS,  Principal.  , Slioi'thnntl, Type writing, Itookkcrping, Tflu-  grapliy iinil Arcliit'ecturtil DriuvinB.'VGraduate* from .this college secure best appointment*..  .inclusive, tenn>! for "boarders SfifO per month.  'SS  LAKE ViEWvHOTEL; SICAMOUS.  .'��������������������������� '7 Situated^ bn7thoy;vbaiikg   of7';:3  ySliussvap '-.;-Liike,  one "of   the77  '   .largest-; and. 'most ;nbea it ti ful. 3  ���������  7  7 lakes   in73British   Columbia, 3 y. -  ���������'���������;'���������. l For. .terrii's;.'-. and, 'particulars .-  .'..-'-:--apply';:to ���������-  7,,,v,;,���������'::'.'��������� -:   ���������...'':-.���������'.��������� yf '���������'"-  lUIUTTO,   REVELSTOBE.  jA_  L. /vi,iJa^'i\ur���������^>  Sanitary  Plumbing, Hot  Water &. Steam Heating.  Second Street, Revelstoke  1     i..ll^.      1    lltr        i'-������       ......--- . j ,   -      .  -. !  i'-K-,,d'^f;7 from Pure  pr0111pt.lv i.!i-itpp..,.r !ii:t.l that the heart-  .- rtrt <=...,  I nt .'all, 'tiViiev ;i.3s.7 normally: ; '-Mr. j 3    BrCtl Poultry.  Adeiiird ���������," biivoio.,'-:.--L. JViorpi.-y Q.t'3  ���������hoars -s't.ii.iig  te.Jtiini.niy,, to v. Ihe vahif.1  CiKKTfFlCATf, OF IM I'KOVF^MKN'TS..'  .      '���������,'-. XOTrCK. ���������'-.-.  "I.eNlnKfon.   and   Lone'. Star."   "Hunnor.��������� nnd  loin ".mineral claiitK. "in.hio in llic ljvr<le������.i  Atinmii  niti.'i.in  of  SV.-������c   Kootf-nny   Ois-  t-riuu   SVlii-n; located:���������At. tho.htrrifi w-i torn  nf L.-xitiKt"!i Crock. ���������.'..     ���������'  Take- ni,f,i.-.������   that. -f.-SViIli.im K. ner.-riiu-<.  nctiiiK ii.-i :.!<ciit  for Tho-;.   Flack. Frcn Miner-  Cert,iHi'iit<. No. fi. 10310. (i.-orneMnrtin. K.M.C.  II.' N'o.  U.   lo.'H'O. Thoii.ii- Howni������|f. K.M.'C. NO;-  U. I'V-iVI:.'.   K.   It.ii-kcr.   l.i..-i-1'i;  Tli'miif f)tinn.:  .V.i. It, -am-l-.J.-A. Jl������f, avloriiOtTiio-.-'Klack,,  li. ������;ti.i:  G.���������")���������*?������   Marliri.   No.  U.'���������'(I),.''*!); innd  .loli'-.l'; Oli-ncion.   Free  Min.-r's nc-rtilii.-HtcNo.  H. SiWI.   fof; Ifann-r   and   tola), intend, stxly-  flays from the date lien-o",,to apply to lho Mi.n-  i.iK It'-cwrder for Corlifleiifus of Improvement.-  tor th". pnrpo'e of ohwinin^ Crown itrant-s.of  the ittiiiverilaim?.  ' And tiirih-r rake notice that, aeti'.n, rinjirr  ���������"���������'���������linn .'!: ��������� imi-6 be r'noni'ii'.-' r! before the  i������siiii...-r .if s.it-.h Ci-rlifli-ate-"if fmproverncnU,  . Ii.il...il t'l.i- l.ll Inlay "f April. IDitt..  SV.VI. K. DF'VKRKUX, !'. I/l-S.  7'" A rubor " I'ltig Smoking Tobacco,  is winning on its.merits.  '' Have voti tried it ?"  "8ave   "; the     Tags,   they,    are  I'Toni  3 33   brown   iind  B C White.  j of"th'^'pi^ in'ca^'K of-h-'art li-oHble.    L<-k'h'<'.rn--:   .���������|!--r   lbiOks, White Wyan-  1 .v^ttK-tmubledNviUin weak h.^it-tiKl  ��������� ll  "-"-.II duck eggs.     .Stock  tor m\e  j in .<7,nM:ml   fe:,,-   th'iit.,,!.iyi-iidss;.'..iild-  rt,: /'^ 1"^'"^       '   . "-,'���������    - ���������    ���������'   ������������������  leome 3tt' auv   ii:���������e.    J. placed ���������,v,eii    .   l--'" ;!j^   In.cubator   and 'Brooder  nnder'-a   good .dovtor.-btit'did.noi got'} lor ������:"."'.-',-hii������p..... '  t,he'l'-ired i;..-!>i!" In iytf grr-u'wo---,-: | jh(, j^_ C. PoilKrV Yards, Vemor  .the.-lear-t exertion-s!'-otdd ovenfbirie rue, j .     ������������������'���������-, ......  and,, hn.iUy.l had to diseuntiniK- wf'.rk; j   ���������'���������-������������������,���������'-���������-���������-���������---..._..:.-._--���������--������������������.���������������������������  'Whi'le 'in ' this  cotidi.tion. a   neighbor |  advised.���������'hi'--tb-try..f)r..-Wiliian-.'s'   fink j  'Pills. ii'tKL'horoeurcd it Hiipply;: .They'l f) 7 -ry. - ^"���������c\'rt'i'V%c^f''"'fy'i\-  .simply worked .wondersjn iny '-as- .-Hi-fi i ��������� Jj, \lj, ��������� L^CiClinCr VO*  when f hafl used ;-ix' hoses-1. w.is i.gi-in ! ;, ���������. .   . :   3^  enjoying ghod  he,ii'lth._ ��������� I'havf iia'l no ��������� VailCOUVCr,   B.  C.        ���������' ;3  sign of .the   tro.u'..kf ���������,'.sinc'?-.aiid   Loan  cheerfully  similar s'u'Ver.in  I5W  !���������'''!��������� lii-.-i-et.'.>s lent her vyt-ito  , i',riii.-',i  (v.liin.lila   At;enl- .for (he cclebntted  ,.-.i-rifl   -tlie    l.ii-7-1-   t-'i'! -'PE:-fETA:-fO" sole l.i-iiilier, Cut Soles and  ,'���������;" y ,3 '' ��������������������������� ��������� M'-'-i i'l.:--  ������������������.'.-���������.  ... ,    H-i.  irreii-iis   of iiJI kinds iii''- id:-,(i j. Ic.-rf I,  .cured   I-v.  tli"?/:: fitinoiiH pili-i.,'  I'. }'",)��������� ''!'i���������',  Ian-  suffer   froiii' .h'-i!'(liiohf;ss<liz/,in������       ,       .    ,4  gii.or.hoils or skin discuses of anyyf'iod.j (f;.,  your  bloori  is in..-in impure. Condition,,|     I  and   Lr. WiiiiitirK   Pihk.I'ills'iiro.-vvhat |    '  you    need. Tb-.-r: , pills,   are    not;-   a   j ���������  ��������� lurgative.di.d't.bi.-.i-frforrt'flo .iipMvea.k'-ii  ���������like   mediciiies of 'that class,   They  tire :;00ic.   in   t-heir   iiat.iire.; and tnako  new,   ritsh,   n-d   blood svith every dose,  thus-'-restoring,health and strength lo j  hopelf).'-?'   a nd    despondent _ suff'.trors.  but  von' 11111 s t get. the genuine, .which  always    has   I be  .full"   name,     'yl'r.  Williams'  Pink  I'ilis for Pale People,"  on' every   box.    Sold  by all deale-'S or  ���������jenf post   paid  nt   5.0 cents "a bo.\ or  !."���������.!i.,ii', lirl.Ue. W.-tfltlle and Skirt-  ...  i.r.,-1- i.iifl" l.itilKo lycatheiv, Up-  ;������������������',.' ,n!l kind-'.     '������������������.",.'.-  l.'ii:,....   of Closed     I'ppcrif   of     all  <:-���������' To'il- and   Flndlngx, Saddlerr  ill'l.;,  .ll.'l   (lilr..' '        :���������������������������"������������������  im.i'I lii''-i-.-kiii.-< SVa.nted.  ���������:���������-ai.d pried' K-<te>on npplicnllon.  RANCH FOR SALE  At Notch Hill  , fla.lf a inile fi'o'rii (he s't.rttiiin. ftich black  ���������ioil....f;-io.l pan. ilrnined rind j.lowed. Good  (lwi-lll.iy iiiiii.si... 11,1c otithoiiKc-.. ceHar*. corra'i  ':���������''���������.   S|i|.inlifl li.iv land. " '  '     ' 1  A1���������', lllMii-i-t-s of oxcellutit Innd un  pn.rt of  wiii "li i< Uie l.nviisilc of N'ot-f-h Hill.   Apply  TRELOAR BROS,   j  uralo  ,o; ���������������-..���������  This finish is more popular this year than  ever, and has .won its popularity by its durability,  pretty lints, and the easy mode of mixing and  applying. " , ? ������������������  Put up in1 23 .beautiful shades and While.  Ask your dealer for a color card or send direct to  McLennan,   McFeely  & Co. Ltd.,  ;     WHOLESALE & RETAIL MERCHANTS,  122 Cordova Street      -    , Vancouver, B. C.  one in each town to ride and exhibit a sample 1901 model  bicycle of our manufacture. YOU CAN MAKE $10 T������  $50 A WEEK besides having a wheel to ride for yourself,  ~ High Grade      " " ' "~"  ������ Guaranteed  'S3.Me!s������������$7.o$l_  500 Second Hand Wheelsttq <������ tea  taken in trade by our Cliicngo retail stores, ������{7^   8������ ���������f'W  inauy Rood as new....-   We ship  any bicycle, ON   APPROVAL *���������  anyone without a cent deposit in advance and allow  BEE TRlALi. abaA!  no risk iu ordering from us, as you do not need to pay  a cent if the bicycle docs not suit you.  ni%   DJAT   UP53V -I wheel until you have- written foz.mm  MM- HUfi     SSy a   FACIOKY PBIcnS nnd   fRtE   Tltl.SS.  Oll'f*,  This liberal offer lias nerer heeu cijualcd and is a 2-.-,:t.i:ilee c9  >������.-���������    the quality of our, wheel-).' ' -  WE WANT n relialrle person iu etch town to disliihute c.-itnlo;;i:c.-. for :..- !a  cxcliautit: for a bicycle.    Wtite today for fice catalogue sii-or.i-cpc.-ir.l i-fi-.".  OVGLE _8���������    677v'.������i  FAGTS THAT* MEA  Since 18C? in tbe same business,of  O into bo  brick  filCtOl  jiolicy  Betul  eleg.int f) storey sbosv rooms svith basement���������conceded  the best in p-m-uln in our lino. Our large :i storey  sviirehouse.     Our   moilern   3   storey   brick furniture  y, uro just e.videiYco Hint. tbe. ; coplo npprcciutc our  of doing btisincsa.     Cnnnot sve have n slnircof your* ?  for our catalogue anysvay, it costs you nothing.  VICTORIA, B. O.  m  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:    y  <s������^SK=^Calgary, Alberte  SIMItKAMEEN-' VALLEY COAL STOCK  5,000 Shares at 50 Cents per share,  In quantities from 100 Phnres lip, payable if 10.00 per J00 svith order,  balance in four monthly oqiisil pa y in en ti-', or spot cash. Company's  stock is Hcllingiit$l per share. Order quick,.is they will not Inst long.  REGINALD J. STEEL, Broker. Nelson, B. C.  AS HOUSE CLEANING TIME APPROACHES  W.   M.----.LAW  f  the thrifty housekeeper's thoughts turn our way���������and t$  that special Cold Water Kalsominc they used last year  svhich we still have in. stock also to the "Ironite Floor  Paint" the best ever made���������also a little varnish to toueh  up the furniture, a tin of enamel to beautify your room or  bath or ,to the celebrated " Elephant " ��������� Brand of Houb������  Paints.    Our spring stock expected daily.  Aek   to see our .Electric Torches���������just3 the thing for  Miner.? or Railway Men. -  Hardware, Etc.  \m 0  sn'rHSP&s^tiKRSES  vm^Mm  i%������  ,        _       _     ���������_"���������. J_��������� r^,--- ���������_r^--I-_r-^"-TT,,^?-",a!i;^^^  FS^-n,--=5rfis?ft,Hi'.. JWs lH\ ������y*l|p5w4,,jJtfi ���������.'.'tii'C.'i/C-.. j \'*jt^^'W,Vi'iWFSS^S!!WSt^VV *   ^ffff} (StaiA."-. Ilk"V^S..-.*.'! P"1 **. T>?-"i*ti., vi.cl.x .J'V"' R'lW- _���������*=���������'^.SVi-Wiii*- "!.-."iT*i ������?������������������������������ "i'S,*Wt .%1?������ ,.,������.V-if*'.v'S-������s������"'r'"'iSt.'" {ff- fr'H^������V^"^'.!^,..'^.i1'Hte^f'-Vfll *'7Jr-,C,l:l,i,,/-.>������',rfJ!lf'iPfctf Ji-'.'J ���������Jt  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  J  (f  aw  SWEET  REVENGE.  ,    BY   CAPT.    F.   W.   MITCHEL.  Author of "Chattanooga," ���������'Chicnmanga," Etc.  [continued!  [<���������  CHAPTEK TV.  WON OVER.  ITTLE RCCK'hnd stood my tost  ns to hw reticence so well ane,  I \\a> at such desperate straits  for a i'ri.'s.--;erifter thai 1 resolved  to use him. After hrcakfast I waited  for awhile, hoping that he svotiltl come  to my room, hut as he tliil not I feared  he wan deterred hy the autocratic I.ih.  1 called Jackson and told him to tell  tlie boy I wished to see Him. I took a  ���������Confodornti' bill from my pocket and  haidcd It to the darky. I.ut he svent off  grtimhlin-! that he didn't "want no  Yankee money, tint!, mns'r wouldn't  Mnl) no nij;;:ar o' his'n taUin tuoney  from ii st ran kit nohow '" lie sent Muck  to Die. win. .-nnit' hi loiiliilljI.Minii'SViint  BPtonlsln-il iluit I si.odd take sr.tlicient  Interest in line :-i .all fin Inm.  (  '-.'.ii.-!:." 1 : I. "1 hart' s-omethiti};  iiiijifi:-::.:.! tn >,:\ to .son.'  ������������������Wt.iit I." il   Mr   r.riittilvstor.p?"  ������������������!'.i-ii!..l :>t:i'"e. rie.'ise don't make  t  .:t'i:i::.l;::���������..' -!-::':'l."'  "I wrei'l   s- im."  ���������Jin. ���������'���������   I'll tl.inl :n������ of set .lim: yon  n.i   on  ,\;    ..i    .    ln;i   li'h il  f-Tl'.it   M-i i. I."  .The ii'-  -  ��������� - ,,,  ���������i '. ���������  - i.'  f  ,I^Jrioi-."il  ��������� -t  1)  in  l.-f .'1   ,  c  -.   i������-  - -in .n  t  tll.MT- I-  ;..  -  * '. ,'  ������������������ 1     el  :  11 V  nulo.-.  n. i  incut ;i:-. '  ..  (  I \.  ��������� :it on  "If yon  j.;  .0  uld  tt I! ::���������  V  llilt  . it'in  ti  com   nic  ill.  -,  l!f.  ,     Yftt  VVflll  l-ir.'i  tt .  sv.inlil yun V  .  *  ������������������Tell:  \v  1:  :. sooner  n  tl ".i  IM-1  Y  ruil'.er '���������������������������  il  i- ,���������  '    de:)'  '.li   .  ct 'in  I n  br.rk van  .",  "I   hell.  VI  PI  t:-'.-.:-.!  '���������!���������'  Do  .Ml  bim ass-ay svilh thi ..Junction that. In  case auythlnK should po svronR with  him. rather tlian part with the paper he  svas lo ssvallosv it. ,1 rolled it into a  ball and put it Into Hip lining or his  Iiat (living his little hand a 'soucpzu,  I hade lilm'go. nnd ho marched out as  proudly as if hi' had been appointed  military governor of Alabama. I bad  no ilon'ht lie svould .execute, bis mission  to the best of his ability, but he svas  very yonm*. ,nnd ' I feared be would  tuiilce some blunder.  "What a fool I am!" 1 exclaimed as  soon as be svas pone. "I should have  failPd to communicate rather than intrust so important a matter to a boy.  However. I'll leave hero tomorrow  morninj,'. aud. if my message miscarries, hy the time It's discovered I'll  bo sotnesvhere else."  Helen came In soon after Buck's de  parture ami .lipsan (o set the room to  rights She'intended to her work si  lently and did not even look at me  I watched Iter ns she moved about, ar  rnniritiii a curtain here, moving n chah  ttii-ri- or piling lnml-1 on the table niiif"  til-ally She sva-s a true type of ������������������'  sou tic u woman   tall, willows-, a In at'  knosv the-1,).id In LIu'.it-vi !,;:"  "1 reckon i'l).    I've been.over il more';)  H  lllllillii'.-l  tiu'lt'S."  "(lot n P'iii.v'.'"  "Yes. 1'i-tf. !UT-:i. sl;e���������tlrives . . ns  the bti'.'.-ry Slit- <-.i:N l'hn'hen. l-e, he  Isn't.   lie's mine.    I c -t n hi-: (!-*: too."  "Never, mind the .!. :r. foi:;.! ;. un sect  ont your pony am! rh'finin I_ist.i:>v; 11.������  I  '"rWirrf (ire ynu iiiiul i.:;; r;/...���������;,'.-'" / t.'-.'.e/  without any one s-.:s-.).-i-fn.t: yon wee  going on liiy aceuun' V"  "Well, r.o'.v. a by don't yo' give me  -oiui'i .i l.artlV"  "(In riml get tne n newspaper or an  ilhil.'iii::c." '  lie was out of the room ami' ha.-!; in j  ii ii:< ::ie:it witli ii Ilunisville paper of j  tha: morning's Issue. I fciiime.l its j  ('..'���������.iii'iis lieftire looking at the date atul I  t:< i' I this item: !  T,.    n.-"i   body   ol   -.'���������"   Yirl.rci   arc   n.i  t.  -.   S1-...1-!.-   t(J  ("n'.rn.l-u ,-:,  mite,   i:   l* *>:,������  j        .    in   liil-lu..--    l..i;i.ti',:.    nmr-   t'xn    ml  ii.T.":lr>������ li.ii. tin* I i nl (i.wnl f.rarj:.  ;i.. t.kinu- at the lieatlirr:. I saw that  tin- date was the 1st of April.  "Niivv. i.iiek." I said, "get out your  p.iny: tlun come to me for hi-irui-  tioiis."  "1.,-i.ik a-hj-ar. Mr. .brandy - I'.ramly  utone"-  "Iii-ainlcrstatie."  ������������������V,.!l.  y.\  any 'stria '. '*::  !em to mrjiov  liyar that .It-gc-.m  yank me oi:t."  ������������������Yi'ti'ie : iirlit  ,r-f hide I'-']" i ai'<  that iliin i-ii'-"' I"'  -!-nn't s.-.s a  '.vol I  ltuliir :ane  reckon yo'  Mebbe il 1  i-'ole l.ilTil  if yo" got  l-.'-i!"i give  com.- hie k  come iu an  tl  I Ifl'f'i)   l!-.l  a h.ir-l; to \- ri (  :��������� ���������:) pi ni i!     -'-.II  -.ill I have  I vs rule a inc-s.:ge  i !.:i:-i:. :.���������;���������; ns I vv .���������: =  a r-l ti't til pap--! ���������  v;,- ii u.,->;.* u I1- -. "  I'  'II 1,  I'l.  '. I ,. .I'l III 1 .   .-  .  I. ,*l-ll   I     '-.I  ii't ti .i-t   : ..*- ri i.  ��������� ;ali. r.".   <'l  I  ��������� ;    Im.    - .. ei  III il-- K  able mi  .��������� i e  -in i  ii ��������� i  i 'I ' ::    '���������  ,.:),:;- . ai  :)   I l'.!-i  i-t  II  I p-:t neltliei  us   none   v.  .hires'-- n.-r --i^'it ii un  ������������������   ;:. rex ii: v     -,-i I    'I  v.ntild   be  ciini-ltr-ive  evi.!. n .   a^  me if the tut"*xi-.'i  ������.|ionld lab inti  v\ run; I iir.N  "Ihiek,"    I    .'itifl.  im  v  :> i  the  "motii.t soui ptin.s  ni)(l ride to lluutsville A lev. r.t'w  lije������ bcffin" 'r " ' '()l k mi llllo tin- lit: 's  vi|le |i(!lf'|: >'oll know l!n- l>:g IT'U  1 iii'se nn th" '���������ip-.are. Co up -m'i's ami  out on the frnat sallery At '-' <>' ]"'l;  a iniin svith black eyes. Inn-.: ban an.l  a pointed Inaiil v.::i walk out on the  gallery Hon't say an.stbiiia to hi-i  Walt, nntl after nwliile he'll s::y ������e-.-  thing lo you."  ��������� "Will beV nskid  the boy.  his eyes  full nf wonder    "What'll lie say?"  "He'll ������.ay. 'It's a line day.' "      ������  "Wliat. if it's laininlf" ,  "Yes: rain ot shine, if he's the in in  you svnnt. he'll say. Mi's a line d ->'  Then you inns! s;iy. ���������Uei-kou ynu're  wealber wl^e. stranger.' To thai hell  m>l.v by asking you svhat kind ot  weather it svas tlie day ol  the m.-i'--:i  ere."  '"What ninssacre?   What's n  nui'-sa  ere?"  "Never tnitul that. S|-cls to the les  son I'm teaching you. , You must say  'black as night.' Then he'll M������y  ."Wliat'fl tbe wortl?' and you can band  bim this note. Nosv, suppose I'm the  man will) the pointed heard and you  go through the dialogue with,tne."  J put him through his lessou till be  Jifld IcarHeil H nei'f    'r.  Then I sent  ret on t-er slioul'lers In a w.-\  ' ������������������ :'<-\: ������������������  en   itrtist   involuntarily   re.i'iii ft"1   a  l.ir.fli.   Her   hair   and   eyes   v.-eie   as  ; black-;.-.: iiiu'lir. while on berclifek- was  ii  bright  color.   There  sva-t s-i;  'ihiiig  1 on'ber mind.   I could,see that Plainly./  j 1  faii'-ieil if I gave her time it -sotilil  I coi-e   out. -At   last   she   ilmpp-d   Iier  | - e '. and stood lo'okiug out of the window. ' .  I     "What  are you  thinking about'.'"   1  nske.l.    going    at    tlie'  subject ' svith  i'i.'niMiiio directness. *  '���������     "Tlie man yon came to Alabama lo  ��������� fji-1."  |     "You would shield him:-"  She kept her eyes on the road, watch-  in ���������:  a   sva-'on   that  liimh'.-red   by."   "I  don't know svhether I would or not."  "You want to knosv all about hi in 7"  "I do." ''  I'ln the tirst place you, would like his  ".ar.jp'f"  "It micht bo well to begin svith that."  "Tben I can't; begin, for I don't know  his tut me.'1 -       ,, r   ,  "Not knosv bis name?"  "No,"  "Vt'h.'it Is he like?"  "Tall,  svell   l)ir.!t: square shoulders,  which be tbrosvs back like an e.'.lnr in  tlie regular army of the United States."'  I paused.   She waited for me to continue. '  ,  "You would also like to knosv whether his death would bereave any one���������a  I father,   tnotb'-r.   sister,   some'  svoman  svbo lianirs t.|ion "every  word  be says  when he is,with her and dreams of him  constantly svlien lie !s away?"   I spoke  the words bitterly.    I was thinking of  my loss.  "Yes, I svould like to knosv that too."  "I can't satisfy you.   1 have seen him  only once autl then at a distance."  "Does he svish to kill you?"  i     "No: I don't believe be is asvare of  ! my existence," ,  j "Singular." she murmured thought-  | fully. Then she turned and looked me  j In the face. "He has occasioned you  j some great sorrow���������done you sonic  nilchty svrong?"  "You  promised to ask me no more  questions."  !     "True.   I beg your pardon."  '     Another svouian svould have pouted,  1P-: I coa.\ed.   done   everything 'but   asked'  openly to have her curiosity gratilied.  Helen Stanl'orth  svas made of sterner  Mull".     She  stood   looking  out   o'    diss indosv svitbout another word.   I waited till I svas satisfied that she was loo  proud to ask for Invor. then started in  nirsiin with the purpose of watching the  development or some other mood.  "Yon are heart and soul a Confederate?"  "I am."  "And yon will not excuse those southern men and women -svlio 'differ with  you 7"  -"Yes. if they do'it'openly."  ��������� beet ! This was a cut at uie svhieb I did not  ..ii- j care to notice. "Hiive you ever seen."  i-^i'i j I asked, "men forced ill tlie point of the  : ' j havonet to enter the Conf.derate army?  a! j Have yon ever seen families trying to  leave the, south to join those svith  ������bom ihi'.v ailihated shot' down in  their tracks?"  "You aie a I'tnon man. or you would  r.evei talk that svay."(slie Interrupie.l  ;���������! sta> Iiii ii and bred in  Tennessee'  "Y.-s. in cum   reinicssee."  , "May   I   not   have se.-n great   svrong  i.t'iie and yet gist n my heart and soul  to'llle southern cilll'-e?"  "You may. but nave not."  She was gelling too near the truth. I  inm-i throsv her off tlie.trail.  > "I will Impart one 11101'- piece of in  formation svith regard to myself. You  have promised to a "It no more questions anil have kept your promise  You deserve a reward."  I took from my pocket a letter and  held It up to her.   It svas addressed to���������  ,   MAJOR  JOHN   BRASDERSTANI-:.  ���������th Tcnnrssf-e Cavalry.  Murfrceshoro, Tenn.  Her face lighted. She did not know  there svere Tennessee regiments in the  Onion service. "I knesv you svere a  soldier, and nosv I know you are a  Confederate." She put out her band,  but I did not take It.  "No. no." I said. "I will not take an  unfair advantage of yon. That evidence is not conclusive. I have shosvo,  It to you to prove that I may be what  I will. I could oiler as good proof that  I am a Yankee."  "I ilon't care who you are, you are an  houorable man."  "1 see no reason for you to assume  that."  "You have said It svould be easy for  you to prove to me that you are what I  wish you to be?"  '"Cranted." j '  "Hut you will not. You have reason  to remain unknown:'you have a great  purpose: you have'been robbed of some  one you love: you have.suffered frotv.  pomp, of- ttioso out'    ,< V' p'l:!t Tcn-  i  it>   '',':..������  toesspe that papa ': told u's about.  There has been a . o-.vanlly murder.  You will be revenged. I know it: I  feel It"  Sbe was splendid in her Indignation,  her sympathy. I protested against this  burst of conlidenee. but to.no pin pose.  Were I the veriest demon In Moloch's  train no one could convince her of it  I was not learned in tiie ways of women, but I had'gained an insight Into  this girl's" nature Thorn:!) it smoldered, it was eiiiotii.ti.-il No I'slit kindling could si t 11 alliiiiie. -There inu:-t  be some strong underlying Impulse.  Tlie purpose that I bad revealed to her  bad taken hold of her imagination.  But   it   troubled   Her   that   I   should  withhold   my   set ret   from   her.    Sbe  gave me an appeal':!!: look.  "Why do you im; tru-t me?"  "I do trust you    Am I not at your  mercy?   Should ye-i inform the authorities ibat yon I,a-.    a-i imaei ouiited for  niiiu  uiiiler yt-ut' i--::t   I  should tie arrested ai mice '  ������������������I iviii.i'i ii--'-   : ���������  ' *:--,t."   ,  ���������-;-i,   1 1,1  ���������,-    ;  -        >   .- 1 e in remain  lllii  i!'i e '���������'    ������������������  :-���������!���������.     -        ' -  ������������������ ��������� ���������'.!���������-  '.y a .;'. ��������� -, ���������        1   1     : . 1  solve. "Would Hint be k 'ping yen to  kills- 1 i- man 7" -l������ -:;-';et!.  "hi1] ,::i e II S-.. ".���������": '  Th. ,- -.-,���������>:. n (' j-,- 1 : :,,.���������. glitter i-i lit 1  eye.- f'< i-1 aps -'-I ��������� . - ���������."''eneed a fitsci-  ,rai'-ii hi I --h-cr i1," -. ' i'.vctl.v ;i ]i:.:-ty  i.-. i   >   v     I: i |' , 1    - -:i!.. e.'  ������������������'1. e have net iiusweied tny tines  tion  '  I  xiid.  '.-'��������� - -l.e w.is ��������� il.*:;t. The blond was  co... 1: and g lit'g a.iroiaiike oil hei  ueel. Mid clit'ek I'rc.-eiiil.s -!e drcsv  hei lip- le-'eiln'i- lightly a--, it' she were  st' i ri: -.n 1 tiemy  -I  w h "  cn.\i'i'i':t v.  .st:  .''-:  T.?A\'i-:   son   ���������"'    i"-1-'   !'.v   th'  ,. name      of      I'.rr.'-.!>-:  t -e-  ������������������topp tm vvil- -."-''  I [-eai.l ti-   -,- ���������.-��������� - -n '.��������� :i  rii   1,1   ! i_.ii 1  -1 ���������,������ j    11.  a   !���������'��������� . -1. :     ���������    ���������  ill v. ,   1 !i tln-l-'- v\;-. - s.e.i-   :   "-      "     id  M.\ ' hi : ' 1   h C 1:1 a   vig--       -ill.,     .ig  I.t.'il. eg  oiii  01   the  v.  n . ...    I  x.w   a  noop   ot   ('liiift deiiite   casa'-s   at   !ln  gat"   iii'.l   im n   .lai'iiiig   iti   fl ''  : 111  di-.-c.'if-m-    I ki'i sv tha't ,tl,i   lni!-ew;i.-  htiug sun--tin led    IIel,-n svent  out   t< ;  meet  th" ili'iuii'er  "Po jell svi-'b to see Mr r..:irde,  sl.'llle?" she asked  '"I   do."  Helen   ltlll^-t   Illive   SO  [i eteil   that    I v  was   in   flangt',1-    'i'l'.ere   v.as   si   ^hgl.i  pause, in svh'.-h  I  fillicie-l she w'as tie  PPeiaiing wl.r.t 1 1 do'  "He  is  in  ii   e: !���������.](���������:>.!  c nid tieji "  >: .  iind     "lie  v-'i-  wi'.t:!it!ei!  ,-''    i'!y���������    b-  yotir liusine--' Willi li:".i imp e i.tii?"  f "Very tirileriai i " -  "Show    the-  1: 'a;'. r-.a-!    m      ;    yc  p'e:i'o. 'Miss   S a.il.ut.i "    I    .���������:'.".<��������� 1  knew  there was uojloug to  t e gaiiittj  by  attempting   10  p'.'.t   the  ni;������*i 'tiff     I  mt'st iippear uncctieerueil  She ltd 1 lie war to v,'ive I was A  young ii an in tl '-' unSfoir.i oT -\ ("'irfeil  ernte eapt.iiti ei!i.-:.-.l , He was 11 baud  .some fellow, with an indolent, self 1:1  diligent air. an,I evidently a geiil'eman  He svas extremely defe-, er.:ial to  Helen, carrying his hat in hi- I aa I and'  I.iarii'g buuM-If as if it pained him 10  tints irespa s open the l;o'.!.-.elu)!.|  "Are you .lob:i i'-rii'.:.!" u-ti'.ue. sir?"   ,  "At your service    A:id von?"  "Captain    I'.eaumoiit.     -th   Cenv,  cavalry, sir."  "What c.-.n I tlo for you. caplaln?"  -"I must trouble you to get up iim"  .���������rime svith me." ,  "On sv hat ar.tl.urty?"  "My own. sii- It has been reported  to tne that a southern man woi king in  the Yanl.ee interest is here, and I have  come to take him "  "Don't you thin!; that an arbitrars  way to treat a citizen el Tennessee  captain?"  "Not when he has Yankee alii!.a  lions.'"  ������������������Ii.v svhat r'gli: do yon aciUK- tne fit  Yankee alVihati.in'-'.'"  ' "You were svr.tttied all the tune you  were at lluutsville. sir. There .was no  evidence against sou. and you vvcrcal-  losved to leave the city, but after you'  had got nsvay a 111:111 came forward  Who claimed to have seen you in one  of the Yankee camps nt-Nasliville."  "Indeed? Did he explain bis own'  presence there?"  This svas a home thrust Tbe captain hesitated. "'  "It seems to me. captain." I added,  follosvtng up my advantage, "thnt you  ure hasty in noting on such Information."  Helen spoke up: "My father svas at  Nashville' soon after tbe surrender.  Would you arrest him?"  "The , in!urination comes pretty  6tniight   I reckon you'll have to come  ������lnmx."  TN  j     "A   ������cod   cause  ' ni.-;!:cs a slrong arm."  The ffikers know-  :iy-y ;';ist ii'-ut every  I -] .-.ir fo y������or[h ittpledge  j ;.. feed value, through  ! ih.-lr price on the sole  - :?I.C3��������� $5.50,���������in  "The Slater Shoe'  ������i::f W'&&:'���������''  0. B. HUME & 00.  Sole Local Agents.  L. S. -Hermanns  Bicycles and Fesving machines repaired. Plating  done.' All kind? of mechanical.work attended to.  Next to J. W. Bennett's Store,  REVELS. OKE.  "Ills wound Is liable to open." said  Helen, "and if it should there might be  a fatal result" -  Slip spoke svith apparent indifference,  but she could not help betraying some  interest. Tbe ollicer looked up at her  svith a pair of soft brown eyes inquiringly. I,saw at once that he suspecie  a tender relationship betsveen us. hut  he svas too svell bred to,tread upon so  'delicate a matter.  "lie can remain svhere be is until he  is belter." be said, bowing to Helen, "if  you svill give tne your word���������the word  Df n southern lady���������that be shall not  "Arc ijwi.iulin Brandcrslauc. sin"'  leave your house till we call for bim."  Helen cast an inquiring look at me to  knosv if sbe should give the pledge. I  saw that a glance would enable me to  remain where I was and, if I chose,  after the departure of tbe troop, leave  tho'liouse. svilh Helen to-bear the responsibility of my going.  "Nonsense, man!" I said, rising. "Do  you suppose I'm going to permit a wo-  man to stand betsveen you and me?  You arc a gentleman, if you are taking  it upon yourself to arrest'whom you  p'.ea-e. and I'm enough of a gentle-  !���������.-:':i uui in ;iv.'iil myself of your prof-  fi red avenue ot escape. , If I mils: go,  l' 1: "M Where do you intend to i..ke  ','c     -ip a ti.'"  l>.   <A'.:- r,:i'c several men who had  followed  the el'.'.ci r p..?;..i  1  inio the, room.    1 reei-.s-.-.l   .-.  my  .|-,'.e:'.iion. but  wa  up and go svith iiii".'.).  the f.'ir.iMy. discuvt ;���������':.  i ortli '���������  The u.f  :' I'm-. 1 - -  hail gr.ue svrong. t'orl.ul  it  1  ii  !it:t  .en- svay  icply to  ���������1 to get  . .hers ctf  : -e!hlng  :. and it  they did  arrested,  ith me.  ;!y dis-  ptttl to  ;��������� to no  I! uidig-  !.'.,:-ie I  in   the  was ( asy to st e  not   nudci stand   ������������������- ii."-    I   '- :'--  they  were all  in  \ .������������������;.::tl:s  Mrs.   Sfinronb * seeic.t d   f.  triT,:-cd.     Mr    S:aul'oi-:!i   :)'  argue my tax- for me. of <-r  purpose.    The negroes v, e .  nam.    -While waiting foi   t.  Iieaid    I.'i   delivi'flng   he;-.,  back biill: ��������� ���������  "Wl'.n' fo' (let mls'.'ibh' i.siftr vvid he  eleevfis coseifil all ohcr v.;.: .' -:i gpl'  snakes gam I' 're.M :i n-.ic ^.l -.:!S.--.i y+\\\-  len like dat? Dat wha' yo" ':'.'l freo-  dom? Colored folks got, m-i' freedom  den dnt0 I hcah iiins'r t:i:l-::i 'h-..-i!t  stutional llbe'ty W-lia's tie r.-e c," st.i-  tional lihe'ly when tie oiler 1:1: ') got he  hand on yo' collar?"  I hea I'd no mere, for I was io-*duc!c(l  out to the galbry .In.-t a- I ''..ined  down ihe walk Hi hei nppt.t -nl \siih  curious eyes, and I'paused to take het-  up and cise her a parting ki^-> I < iM  a gir.ate a't Helen. There" ss.is nMi'ti-������e  intetest in her face, but auio g so  many emotions I could net dixoior  which predominated. 1 svent ������st.li the  soldiers down to the- gale, svhere I  found my horse..and, mounting a t'iv-  nlrynian cm each side of me. icde avav  svith the trncp.  "We proceeded up the p.'..e lot .1 client  distance, tben. crossing Ihe t.tiho.'id  track, struck a rood which h - t to the  east.  "Captain." I s-'id. "I don't Ike th?  dire, lion you are going. II soi.i i'i-  tentions were not uiurde") - sou  svould take me to Iliintsvilli .'.'id examine into the chaige against nn M appears that yon are taking tne into tie  country to dispose of me."  "I am on my way to join my squadron near ,Ih-ownshorougli. so-, sshete  yd" will have an opportunity to lace  yo'r accuser. If yo' are innocent, .so'll  have no trouble. Yo' can enlist in my  company."  "Thank you. Do I look like a man  who would'go begging for n commission?"  "I beg yhV pardon, sir." And he lifted his hat apologetically.  I hail retained my coohie: s thus far.  but I confess I d;d not like tbe'sitra  tion. As a southern nui.i used to  southern people. 1 felt a ceita -i co'iib  demo, yet if it svere know:) i!..t I ss.is  a Tnion ollicer I svould be put <>' t of  tbe svay sv'.tboul benefit of ileicv.  Who v-:'s tlie iniin      "iii hilft iiilnini"d  Fought For His Life.  "-My fntlicr and sister both dud nl  Consumption," write* .I.'T. W c.ithei-  svax, of Wyandotte, -Mich., ' and I was  saved from'the same frightful l.tteonls  by Dr. King's Nesv Discovers An .it-  tact of Pnciinioiiiii left an ole.tin.tto  cough and very severe, lung tiouhbi,  which an excellent doctoi could not  help, but a few months' use ol tin--  svondcrful medicine, made me .is well  as ever and I gained much in might "  Infallible for Coughs. Cold*, and .ill  Throat and lung trouble. Tn.il bottle-  free. Guai-iuiteed bottles 50c and $1.00  at Canada Drug and Book Stoic.  A limited number of pupils ssill be  taken���������instruction either piano or  urgan���������piano preferred. For terms  apply to -Miss Kenner at the residence  o1 H'. Cook. Fowrth Street.  "Amber" Ting Smoking Tobacco  is ssinning on its merits.  "flave vou tried it?"  ���������"Save   j|;the    Tags,   they    are  valuable,''  against me? \(b:it ...tl he liuow? Tlie  more 1 tliongbt about it tbe more intense became my anxiety. Suddenly I  looked up' and sasv white tents. I  knew at once by the looks of the camp  that il contained one or tsvo companies  t I' cavalry. There svas a railroad bridge  liar by. crossing what I knesv to be  Flint river, ajid I judged that the cavalry svas guarding this bridge.  I bad forgotten my unlucky wound  nnd svas intent on the ea'inp^svheii,  pacing under overhanging "branches,  n stiff bough scraped my arm. iind I  felt at once that It had been injured. I  told the captain of my fears, and sve  baited to make an examination. Taking off my coat, there, as I expected,  svas a stain of fresh blood on my shirt  Sleeve.  "You needn't trouble yourself to murder me." 1,remarked. "That wound is  a better enemy than all my others together."  The captain cast glances about him  for;a bouse, lie bad no intention of  murdering me or being a party Indirectly to'-iny death. While be was  making a survey of the surrounding  country I was tsvisting my handkerchief above the wound.  "Can you get to that plantation?" be  asked. ,  I looked up and sasv 11 large manor  bouse about half a mile distant, svith  its thinking tows of negro huts.  "1 can try it'!.       -  We mounted and rode on and in n  fesv minutes passed into the gatesvay  betsveen imposing stone posts, proceeding by a svinding svay to tlie house. I  svas glad" to dismount and get inside  the spacious ball out of the sun. There  I sat ilosvn on an old fashioned hairdo-h ni-ihturanr sol,  (To he-continued.)  It Saved His  Leg:  l\ A. D.inl'orlb. of I.aGrange, Ga..  sutiorod for six months with a frightful  running- sore on his 'leg; but wri.tcs  that bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly  cured it in live days. For Ulcers.  Wounds, Piles, it's the -best salve in  the world. Cure guaranteed. Only  25e. Sold, hy Canada Drug and Book  Store.  Mails Close at Rovelstoke at 7 a.m. as  follows, excepting- that Sunday  Mails Closo.at 10 p.m. on Saturday  .        - '  Green woi ul,' Gr.in I lfoiks, Coluiiihla���������Dail.t  uvu-pl ^iiluril.i.t.   f,     :  Kit-It). New 1 ionvi-r, Silvertnn. Pinitliiii. Slocan, Koli-iini���������Ilitiiy titei-i.t Sttiifl.iy.  lON-d'tnd. Nelson, If.iloyoii, AtTovvhcrid'  S ikti-Mi���������U.iii.v.  Duijr l'.u-k. Iliirion. Tlioinfiin'-, biiniliiiK.  lYnnl I.iiku. Kui'giis.in, C'oitmplix���������Muntliiy.  SVi'dncidiiy .111.1 i-'rr.lay.  Eastoi'n Malls Closo at 7 a,.m.     ,  ,   Westei'n Mails CIo������=o������* issw.  n  A. McRAE, Postmaster  Kootenay Lodg-e  Mo. 15A.F. & A.M.  flit! regular n-irftiii};������  iro held in tin- Muslim, l't niiilt. Poiiini.  ^r   1 .11    .in  lho    thud  nnd .ij    in   1 .ich  ^SJV^S^      ,al1   ���������lt'   **   I1    "'  ���������i^fe-   ������. l^Hllljr      l)|t  [111  til  (iii.Ii.tlij weleoin. d  R  GOKDOS    Si.ckiiahs  aEVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  -    ���������'^���������-r.������ Kcgnl.iriiiceliiig-i .ire hold  ri-tr'-Aikkt'i   ������ oiitiftiiow<.��������� 11 iii 1 v 11 v  ',."_>w:fc -w-rfvi Thin-.fins ni^lit at oisht  .<?~~-<Y> ' Kit'" -, odo'M Ve<iiiiiKbr'JtlHi������.  "i,-    '.-"  l������%X  --' corfb.illv ncluDiud  it s ss ii,sn\\ v ���������������. J a bioxr., it & i-"-  sei.x:ki: i,odge. no. 12. 1. o. o. f.  Sit 11- cvei}    1 H(.m1..j  ^.^^5. LV( l))ll^        ill      ^(.lUlllv.  V)   "-*\Mtll     .11     a    oUook  ^<S^^    flS'i-ittnf. bi(tin. n on]  ^^Ss^-1. ilh   invilul   lo  <il  tend.  A. SAXTON. M. 0. J. M \THIK. Si-C  ^���������^J?:  Gold Range Lodgo  K.O.P. No 26  Revelstoke, B. C.  If*f7      Meet-, cvcij     SS'Lfl  i���������V/     111 -d-1>   in luldlcllow-i  v'/ nt-ii.tv   in titi(iitiio������-i  ���������/ II ill ,tl boduck  Sfv/ ViMtlilrf IClilKht-.  111-  S/N> v lit (1  (1  S 3If Dos \l 11, C. C.  S\   SVin>-oi{. K    oi- li  v\n -  Qoff'n      'T'p.OOQ  UjIuO.     iitlO,,  Flams, Bulbs. .   .  '    CKFF-VlHJUSIvPbAN'i  for Bpin-'g I'lanting.  Clean certiiicatc irom    in-  sjiector.  '    CUT FLOWFKS.  ACJIICUI/IX-UAL  ,      mi'I.FMKNT:?,  BKE .SUPPLIES,  FKU1T I1AHKET3,  FERTJLlZEIvS,  Catalogue Free  M. J. HENRY,  .5009   Westminster  Road,   Vancouver.  Wiiiti: Laijou Only.  Wrigllt porritt,  PHOTOGRAPHER.  1       ''  I)i.'vel..|iment f>l' plates-and lilms for  iii.iifiii'A iinilci l.ik.-ii. Tei in-.-on iip-  lie.iiiiui.     D.irk'   1....in   (ieiiip.'i-;nilv-)  ,'.III,lib.  Dli'lg itntl H.K.k Co.  =UNI0N  CIGAR=  FACTORY.'  '  o  BRANDS^���������w55������aSS&>  '���������Our Special" & "The Union."  H. A. BROWN PROP.    ,  REVELSTOKE,  B. G.  Jf}S������      i������'        Tf   WUlVTtJ  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer Inv~-���������,arflBZ2^>-  BBSP,   PORK  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and-Game in Season.  ,  All orders promptly filled.  REVELSTOKE,    B.   C,   rtrnVKiiiK.-tiools.  FOR SALE.  A -^jiluiiJ.d bliMtii"^ opjioi ii'inl s  A bl.iik^iniili -luiji, biiu-e  .ind tsso  lot- lot '-������������������tie      A|i|ils  to  13   IS    IJKIIACSI.IA'I 1.  'Lstloii. 13. C  Gonorrhoea and Runnings  Iuinv 1  IN 40 HOURS.    Cures Kid- lilllUI J  ney nnd Bladder Troubles.  Foit LADIIZS Only.  nCLICVES PAIN AND IS A SAFE,  RCLIACLC r.lONTHLY nCGULATOn  Stipcuor to Apiol,reiinjioj.il anil Tnn."y.  A"onts:  Li'iav, Sons .t Co., Montiral,  Cook's Cotton Soot Compotraa  Is succpssfully used monthly by over  'lO.UOOLadles Sntceflrctunl. Lac'lesnsk  r -^ youi druggist for Cook s Cotton Root Compound. Take no otllcr, as all Mixtures, pills and  imitations are dangerous l'i ice.Kn. 1. slpcr  bos; No. 5J, 10 degrees stronger.?:' per box. M.  1 or 2, mailed on receipt of price n nil two 3-cenS  Etamps. 'J ho Cook Oomp.inv SVindsor, On}.  E^r-Nos 1 and 2 sold and tet orinucudea by all  responsible Druggists in Cauada.  No 1 mil N������ '.'.in "-old .n lmuLl.iikoli.vK-  r Ah \ nii'.il Itiv.Mfik. 1>\ SS.iievv-. I..I-.  Curlii .ind Cni-tdUlnig iv Hook to. DrtiggiM.-  -(������ii^.^^..jr;7yf'-rf^''i^'^^^'^^^'^>t^'w-^3i:K^s3  THE CITY EXPR!  roc  PELLEWsHARVEY,  BRYANT     &.    GILMAN,  Vancouver, B   C.  PROVINCIAL  AS8AYERS .'  Mill Tests Grrcltor Tests  Up to 40C0 lbs.  Chcckirg Sincl'er Pulps a fipscialty  Have You i Dotil.i'ul Pi-^e '.f Rod:?  SVj il T clI You vl-at  it'is  FREE OF  CHARGE.  .rains Leave Revelstoke:  Bastbound 8:20  Westbound 17:S0  Southbound 8:10  iV  TOfKffJT CAi; SEEV1CE TV  .-it.   l'ayl���������Daily.  Montreal 6c l'o=ion���������Friday  Toronto���������.Sundays & WedntUday*'  Low Rate Tickets now on Sale from  , Eastern Points.  DIRECT    STEAMSHIP    SERVIO*  from   Vanoous-er   to  CHIN'A, JAPAN,  A'USTBAXIA, ALAi?K^.  PiiSrc-nKor ticket- to all point- af  losve������t rau\->. , Kor full information and  purlieu la rs apply to neare-t- agent.  E. ,1. COY LE,,     T. W. ]jRA DS1LA W,  A.fl.K.A.. Agent,  VANCOUVER.       HEVELSTOKE.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Route to tho Old Country.  ���������   y.SI.LAN 1,1 NETFrom Mouifcal.  I'nnMan -    ' -      -      -      -  May -lrd  'I tinisian      -       ...-- ������������������   loili  roriiitlii.'in  '    lll|'  I'll'tOlillll       - "    ������������������f*"'  Im,tan , ���������        - ��������� ���������,'-'-  ��������� DOMINION" LINK���������From Moiilrei.1.  Ilniiiinirjn May 17t!.  1'roni  I'ortl.ind.;  Californi.iii Mj>y Sifi  Cokinmn       -       -,     -       -       -       - "    -Un  1'roni   Ho-toii. '     .   ������   ,  ft'tovifiii  April 30lh  Sew Kni;U))fJ May Ttli  t'Diiiiniinu t.'iah  Meriun  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  lionipl d( livery nf puceK, b.igg.iijl',  etc , to .my p-n I m H������* Clt}  Any Kind of Transferring  UndtsrLaken.  AH onlei>, loll al K }������. .Smvthe'v,  ToIm.l.'8l<iie, oi hy'lele(.li.nie, -No 7  vi ill tteeive pi ..mpb  tin lit Inn.  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS '  SANITARIUMS^  'J lie ni.ii-t oniiiloto Health   Resorl  fin  ��������� the .M.tiiiiieiit. ol  iNorlli ySmcrica.   bilu-  .       ��������� ���������   .    .  ...���������.<���������-.. ln.fl   lit  Kamloops, B.C.  BALONEY & MALONEY Props.  Tbi^ ln-l il.!1-1- lioti'l ^ tnidcr culm Is ncs\ num.itri nient and lia-  bifti' it (lccoi.i'n i1 ai nl rciitivaied  t!iiouf_lu>ut  Good St.ibhng    Finest Stock of Wines.  & Liquors  Quiet Reading and  Smoking Rooms.  RATES :    SI 00 to S2 50 per day  C. Outhett A.R.C.Sc.  Analytical Chemist, Provincial Assnstr  111(1 lUiIlIlllt-llt Ol   nuri.n  y.iii^. ���������---*���������    .j....  ���������alud li'iitM scenery unrivxllufl lor jfi.iri-  ���������'dour. ���������' htmliiuf. fitiliing.. I'-viir-sions.  SKiilu.g anil  sliotiting.    Itesideitt t'liy-  'fiuiitn .in.I Nurse.. Telegrapliio com-  iDiiiiieitl.ion with nil parlH.it tlie'vorlil.  two mails arrive1 and depart every flay,  lis bat.Iis en.-.! all nervoiiH unit iiniscui.'.'-  ' (Iisch.".'-.-:' il.H w.itars lieiil all ��������� Kitln.. ,  Lheraiid rfloiiiauli ailin.-nts, and ul.d.  inale all metalie imisoiis from 'lite system. Ils waters cannot bo surpassed  for tli-Mi; lieal.ng virtues. ...  Special    Winter Terms:     SM2   t0   $15  per Week. .  Gobi'  . -��������� $ 1. 00  Silsi'i .  .1 00  bead  ....   '1 uo.  "Copper.. ..     ..........  ..    ...    1-50  Gold and Srver..' '       1 -50  Gold, Silvci ���������������������������x.l.Copiicr ��������� ��������� -    7- 50  ' Controlyissiiys/doinpletc analysis' oi  Ores. Coals, etc... Concentration a nd  Ania.lgainntion tests.  Results of .-a.ssii.v3  by  return  of  nifUl_Jj"5  CbRRESrONIIE.N'CEWOLICl'TEI)'.  Inland Amy Office, Kualwps B.C.  >' . '' . ;  ' 2tsi  ���������    IJK.WKU LINK���������l-Ai-oni Mouireul.    '  Liikeriirneoe      -      ���������      ���������      ���������   ,'-���������      -Mvy   l-l  l,.tke.Slatiilch.i _"     ������h  i.ake .-tipei im "    lot"  -Lake Cli.iiiipl.iiii "   !2"d  Lake Ontario -       -       -      -       -     "   a'th  r.is-en^er-, ticketed through to all part; of  tirt-.ti iiriiini) ami Ireland, and at i-peuially low-  rates to all parts of the Kuropeai) eoutment.  --������I'I'iy 1������ nearest railway or tlcamnhip agent or  lo <-,  T.  W. BRADSHAW.  Agent1-' Revelstoke.  TIHVEE]    TABLE  tf. 'V.   '���������^IrcAer" or .V. S.   '��������� Lard'a*."  lii.iiiiiiiK l-iftween .Srrow'ne.td. Tl:oui"0u'-.-  LanilinK-'-nd C(jiii!i|ilK.,coriiiiieiieiiiK Ot-U Iltli  li'iil. will .-.til .t~ l.jllt.w.- (wc.ill.er purnnttint;):  Leave   .SiTowli.-ii.l   tor* 'I'liotn^on'n   Utiidiny'  .ind t'oiiiiiptix twice daily at Ink. and 10k.  I.une Coiii'Oili.v and J'lioin-on's  IwUiilinf; fw  Airovtlre.id l������i-.c daily fit i.Iok. and JiUok.  .Maktnt; eln������e LOiniecliim-   witli   all C. 1'. It.  II-.llll- .Hid   bOilln. ,  The uwik;i-.. ie-erve l.'ie riglilto uhaugc tiinta  ni ~jiiIm^r^ wiLliuiit notice.  nn-: KitKi) houixkON lljmiikhco. ltd.  i-'. I'.OHINSON,  MantiKiii^ Director.  To 'Trappers  Raw Furs Bough"o  *��������� Cash ^ Prices Paia  P.- B.   WELLS,  Exporter of Furs.  J. O'SULLIVAN; F. C. S. &c.  PROVINCIAL'ASSAYER,  By Examination.  '      ( 'Estnl.li.shcl' 1807.  .S-5-.iycr   for  -i) - yeaP--  vvith   VIS'IAX   K.  SO.NH. .Stvan.e.i.   .\~-a>- and cr,r. pleteanaly-  -i- ma.k- of all kind-  i>!   ore*,   eii.y-. coals and  Kuniace product-.   Umpire   work a spueiftlty.  (���������|iai-(.-c-   Mpdfiiate.  I-JO Hicbiu-d.- Street.  \ .incouver.  Trademarlcs  and Copyrigtrtc  obtained in aircounlric--.    -  ROWLAND B.R1TTA1N,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical     KnirineeV    and     Drnuf)-l)t-irO'i/.  Hank  of  II. N. A. liuildin^-, Ha-linjr* Street.  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  |iii-tc.ti-.l  vtill -i-fiiro nn cm nint; anp.-'nt-  inenl fur il.u--..- who cannot i-.ill curini; fnv d.-vy.  wn- ajW. food's PhoBplpdine,  MSf-^eHO'H    Sold nnd recommended by all  *ii'������5s,   Z.) drucpisio in Canada. Only rell-  y^JWyf. V nhlc medlciic discovered. BU  'r\walf-'"-������SS-/'3c*iof>' !/''<��������� rar.trni to cure til  forms of Sexual Weakness all effoets ot abosa  or excess, Mental SS'orrv. Firo.-uive use of To-  ljacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, one package Jl.slx.S.I. Or.������ jci'K jMat&t  ������ix will cure. PamphicU free to pny address.  Ilio AVooU Company, SVindsor, Oat.  SS'imii-- I'lfo-riiimiM i-, -nld In l!fvelili>K������  l.v l'..ii.iil..|Iirtiu \ lie U C. .. ii. !'. ('tali.-, an.'.  SV'. H..������..aittt i'.v I'i.iiik'I'. .Sin .v nt Troni f.ttk.-,  I)ni).".-i-t-.  THE"  Anchor Wire Fence  The strongest, clio.'ip.trt  and i.'f^t till round fence  vet devii-i'd. 'I'Jcjti.'ilIy  iidiiphible fi^r any iiiirpo.-ff-,  r.aiicb. Fnnn or (mrden  Fencin<r. , Hiii'de '>i ''<������i-  ^iriK-lion   and   c.iMly   ]������ui  Up.  The B. C-Anchor Fence Co. Lid.  Head Office:   Vancouver,  B. O.  0. P. .SKRLN'J-;.       -        -MA.s-At.i'.n.  Mining & Legal Purposes  . Transfers, Options. 1'oiyi.ts    y  of  . Attorney, .Stationery. -..  Declarations, Proxies, etc.:  can -be'- obtained at uiSc '-  .iKooteay Ii fc  K>S THE KOOTENAY MAIL.
Garden
I . ; the Ottawa Fire inMiranee Co., were
I in town on Saluiday last, looking over
(hi ir ri-ks nnd an.mging ef]tiitahle
!ittc> svilh their local agent, .Mr. 11. X.
Com-der They evpre^ed theirsur-
jiii-i-.it tbe iircgul.ir and in mans
ens-'-- t\oihi(:int ule^ paid by linns
and boost holdeis in and around the
ens Mi Hobson e.\j>icts to again
si-il, the cits- at an eailv date.
Seeds.
Sweet
h'eas,
Clover   and
Lawn Grass in Bulk.
i n
Cm,lib,m   -red
111!?  S( ,11.
frcrdi
CANADA.DRUG
BOOK
Revelstoke B. C
���J
BORN
...-.U j_
F-iiCTZ-���At-  Ibis-elsfokev on    Wediies-
.    dny Ajirib 3,0t,h,- 3ho3wifq of-L. A.
.-..'..Fi-ctZnoi'ii'soti. 7 '7a77 ������"   ,..
DIED,
.'���:'-:���Ai v llevelstoko ' 'on' .Saturday
7^-3\iu-ily^(>Lby:w7 .3. bee.'ngedvlo
%��� years., (Killed iii,'!i-.;,riiil\'vi'iy-'ii'cc.i-
CQMAPLIX NOTES.
(I'roin Our Own ('oiie<pondciil )
Tbe     Xoi thsvestein     Development
Syndicate liasc   10   men   working on
tbe Camborne   group.     They aie now
bti-y building the tl.un-on Menhinnick
Cieek and expect lo commence on tne
flume in a few days.    They ssill inst.t
a (50 hoi-ae posvei   d\namo   which vsi
give power   for several machine dri
and they also   intend   to   jmt in a 10
���"t.iinj) mill (Inring (he ^innm-r.
���I.A. Mae.ee has puiehase.l .I.Shji 1(
'inteicst in    the   freight    and ji.k lo.
business, which   is now in haige of \\
Witislo's, who has   his   hands full for-
ss.uding Mijiplic to the snriour. miiies
in thn c.nnp,   for   which   Comnjilix is
(he dish ihutjiio jioint.
Mes=is. Knnc-l,   St:.tky   and Allen,
owners of the   Oyster   gr- up, have illumed   fi run    their   iiropeity.   h.ivi--.
found it   imjiossihle   to   w-irlc    iu t
shall on account  of   t he surface wait
ib.iitiing    inlo   the   wmkn gs,     Tl (v
brought, down,  sonic   very    nice rocy
showing freiygoUJ ifllthniugh.
7,Tlie niacliinery 7 fnr-tlie' GaiiihiVriiv-
groiip is now nearly all on the ground,
the freighters   battling   'the; last of it
from Camborne.'   t 7 7    7   .7'.
The,iiew.town of.Gojd fields is 'forging
to;  (hi'3 front.
iiartu's
ih
ent.)
.��������,
3y.3 7.l'li>-.;- Kaiiiloojiy yoothiill:   team s\-ill
7y)']ay.71ii;yej��lok^
^!-':'3';-.'Y��-n -���.''-,^ePyV''^?.1.&-^'^.|>n'.y73:.oijt,.3- iVll'-A-fniri'
y7:-pro.fity for insnritti'cB'; 7'H3; N.Goursjci-
���y: wiJbgivyyyoir fair i-att3-.-7:-y:'7o-7y777:7
-;77.:rii;'^'-T^.va-37--.V'J:'i n'c lieiv-: '^i i-17 ""pliico" Jb.O'OQ'"'
y -Mockers oif3t7 .traciy of landv 175,000
acrey spiithy.i. Maple Creek,. >^ 737''.3'3'73'
yy7:r-.\Vbcnys-0^
-'3il-iv^ Ceritralvlfottijr7bus (0 .take/yoli-tb
cx:i��. good .: botel.3 jyAbrahiiinsoii'y .bi-0s.
"i-oi.s.-y:y.':--:- ,r.--3-;7"-;-.y 7' -/'7-'37.7;y.-3' '3�� "'7-77
o We t;;tl] tlie attention   oloui- readers
3iO|J,:.:,yr;tle.y3y;;adyertisehient,;.ih7aiV-.
3v'7t!:i-r:Ci>JiJ!Uiiv ��� !37vy'.yyv''y'7.i. ;���-.;''���'-.7 ���'���;'.-:
.���"'-.. Ddg3i-7'igs cnh,,iibsy;3:be, "obtained from
'theyciyt'fof'jiijliceyprice $2.-,,->. All-dogs'.
i7-tb|U.'-7:v\;iii)'tMt^73liyfe3miir?t   be'ta'ggM;
3-"i-iAt'iit'diiitels-: 7-7���".' 77- .-7:,-----";"������', b -; 33 7
y: iyyt ajneetii'ig'pf:3he71dc;il 17:0/ g3T.
7y Itxlgr/ lastnight yfty resoliUion";of cbn-
(lohiiu:y;t(-l:A.iys.A\3yTTee aiid daiuily
/7ya^;prii^y<i3w3.7,. 3,3 y-...y, ,-!v:'yy73.' ;'3j--y-v -
.';.' 7'7':'"' !7 57 o'P '3;,iyh3.y 1 .'3 in-fiyt. 11 i ii j^'v-' tp31 'iVsii'ro'7i t;
.will;.]iiiy.'y.bii.-.t(> ask-vJfvX; Opui'sier for;
'.yiyi-te's',;. ���3 33-33': '73:'3:3. 3y:0'',':':' 333y3��:-
'��� 33 3\h3)i novation 3 7is:3i suggested; in the,
'.���^���ibirchd^
3isis.li;i allosyydrtncing and'.e.'i'rds,'61ergy'-''.
v'uit-n-iirging-iithat; oii -0Iiii11 jie^';"in'7;-'t: 11 ife'1"
r3HVr3n3h; lingl'Tho/b^
y.'Si.'iti.-very .choice3.business -andnSi-
yi./iiliii 1 sites   on -iind vneiir .Mckenzie
avei'iuev'./ov. .s'iil.t''.;.,it...l,-l-t->��:.;Coiirsier''s'i'.-! 0
.���\i1:st.-:i'iiii'lias giveit, her iHlhesibh to
,v3Ji.f--'!ii!pi'ri'.'i,l::: penny.,   postage   system.'''
>i:.. hits held.-aloof hitherto on the,plea
i.-.ii;i.t'':;Vf!bei-il)g. 7tov the   system'7would
i-c-ult'in-loss Iii i'o.veniic.3   .      7''- 7. v
'���.3 A:Ili'in"ii'ed number.of y'fi.nci'e. garden
bin I, ling, including;;! holel irnfl'sti-r.
'frii'd I here is hi-pes ."'of the wagon -.rbi'T
being extended v n tbe''n--iin.-s*: iii:','vvi3; ' -7
c;i se.il; wj|l;r.iiir/':|'}.i-oi gl.7t b-'7.777;, :3.' '���';;-
whiehywiilyaiy. IK'.-;;r3-^t,t|>|)ly���j7j7)i:i.l7,'i'.;i;v
the upper [..iirt of Fish7C.i'eeib73:;77y y-y,:;
.-,-���.;A.-diincc wysygiv-cn7;liyi, l.Iicsb'ilizen7'
,pf Comajdixvvhicli .wasj largely, a tiend-V
ccl-;by.-"' people   from :..-A'!i'-i,oivh'c'ii'd7i.i.'ii'iit.:!:-
-adjacenl |ioih(s.3 3'J''he.- iitiisiey\vas'sii]K
1111<���(I-I'.y (;,. ' C.-irrotI)t3rs   tin ;tiro,.yioIin'���'���
;iii(l;AIessi-s.:IIq\vartl;and Soulcs;011 tlie
orga 11,3. while ...I;. .Mc^Iillanyinanagcdi
yhc-,', door7 in.7 Iris:  -svcll-kn'osvn geiiial'
nnnii'ie'r."-,--Jt, Wii&va ydecided . -success,-
ii nd,everyone- lefty .svell 7p]c;ised7: The"
8.3s. Ai'ChCi-�� 'nnicle:  irypecia'l 'trip for'
.|ili'i'.'bcciisioii.'--.-,i    !"v ���:,-37'3 '������-"���;--:7'' 3'.7.7''".,'
3y,Ay. ManVilUii./of thcJCootehaybfyteli
��� exj>ect.s to,ppon.-(jl 1 e-ii0iisti fbr;gitests|in
a. fow'days.. y-"373:v7i;y. 3,7."-7-yY':: -7'3"
.'-\;7.rl,l |-|i';;K.('-)cit-t?niiy3: ^'Jj.ti.! ii bo.r 33. CiV; '.o.svii ers-
of tvlie;t'osviisi.tcylitirc3-lirisyeyseyor.-i 1 nieh
engaged- grading a new'stre^t. through
thcccntrc; ofythe" town   to yconiiccf
with tllc7gOs-ei-iin-ien(7w-iVgon road.333;^
'���7;'"-.Tli-e..-.irrGxl7; "]Sqbiiis6Viyi.:,I-.unib,bir<fl.Co*sy:
���mill is 3 now.; running.: "ihyj-f till ;fOrce7
1'heybiive sc;vei-a I3 very,, 1; 11 -ge 0 rd or s.oiV
liiincl.,37 lt77-':': ���:73333--3v:73'33V7f -7v''''y-. y
7  'riiera,������-.��� is-y'greitl77''dt^
Keric.yitit-hcy.- shiV-in.--.yanicniii.tV of-:inonfey.
in ppropriy tt'djfor. th is rid iiig. ;3'7; y '��3 7 V
iiwwx i m if ��������
I:
' In   One
Ye
is   n,  Pair Profit.     Buy   Similka-
ineen Valley Coal Company's Shares and make it>v   t
<?fftf\
*.Ss
.-f��
5�� A ir��
01
1 Was the   Proiit   made  in  four  years, in  Crow'g,
Nest Coal Shares.
The location of the Company's Coal L.'intl and   their   City
of Wonder,   Progress   and  Prosperity, ASHOLA.
is ;in cns'inbky one, aiivl they own ihe water power,-timber
limits ,'incl electric light. Stock holders participate in 'the
profits of al! of the above mentioned.
Mstimated assets of' the Company are now $1,^0,000.
The ASHNOLA COAL COMPANY, LIMITED,
of Toronto, is .also establishing ils Western Office and pay
roll at ASHNOLA. ASHNOLA,SMBLTBR.LIMITBD
now an assured fact, with a Capitalization of $2,000,000, ,will
not only erect a smelter with a 5000 ton daily capacity but will
also1 make3ASHNOLA its Head Office, which means a pay 7
rolfbf thfeegigantic incorporations for ASHNOliAi-yyvyv.y'v"
7,v    Theseyfacts7make7it|pb
Coal7 Company's7sta^
���next year377^^^^
���brokers at lyyiabh ca^^
clause Twhichnieans;^
;Gbmpaiiy; yi;i';.;any;:;; eya
p,ectuses-3apply7to7,llief7:;7-37'y
7yyHead Office
Nelson, B.C.7
Meeting-TctWindYUpr'Affairs For/
���" ���."��� 7;������' ���-.'7y.-.'- The - Season; ~ ���':/'-' '���'-,-'--73 y ���������
jif'-'t^ biivr.:1 "he.eii jditcetl xni tlie rii:ii-k f
.by,-'.tbe Sii'it/ltfr. .Townsite :,(3o.,aiid are,
being 'rapidby taken ... ii'j)-.3-'jCi'iilil'7eii,r,ly;'
'.iV.t'.yCiivr c;l3-iee'at.;."bewis .Di'os."'���:    3o
;.i)r,i.v(l;iy:s issue   vytf   'print a plitn'.p.f.
At";;���,.,;���Al.i'ht-b'anison's  ittlciition to' Trout,
!.:ti3. City   vyj'iicli vis' 'a.t"-'tbe''.lieiul":of'
,iW viu;,.i i-'t! on 71'i'out7la'ke;;. W'e undet--'
-.-I-;-, fid-'the .(.'.'.'.��� I'Vidi.   'liaVc   juirehiised
;i:M,'\i^;^ciyof.blO('i'S',-iydO. UvaiidyL^7
--v"v\-:.; -.-O.-- ]!irn..-y v-hijis... |;een appointed
. I vpbiy������(.!r;iii'd .'���'���'.Miii-ter.-.'o'f... tlio Loyar
J"r. .v... llHii-s. iiii'* ..'K^iTe'iiity'.'yilistrict: -'A
wyH iiig...'if' tiici'locid lodge 'will be lield'
i;7.i1|.yi3iy7.l3 ;;1-'; -half  tonighCiit 8:
- ������(''���}j'e'-.'j;'''ei'fiiuy iin".'tbe-Ttoyelstoku foot-'
-!.:.di'f;!i-i.b'b.:i.s   i-ccevvcd 'yeyoiiiiiHinicii:'
���ioiV Jii-i.i' lyrgiison syisbiiigto arrange
:y.!ii3Ue!i,r .3377.7 v.������;;���':������'���.- ' r>3 .;.-...   .;'������'
;:77v'.:.-nspt'ci ease of'.sniiilli'iox.diasT^cii.
y::ir;ui.t:3<3;;U ihe (Xhl jjest.house, the
vie*'iii'.. .b'-ing 3;i!:ii   .Stitlierbtnd. ii svell
!vU.;nvli liiiTcliaut-Qf���J-'orgj.i.Sony -7':7i-    '
,7, riie,i'i--.3. l'arke;37oinp;iuy gave 011 e
i;;' iii-jii-  j-l-'aTring ..yi,itevt:iiniiil?iits' to a
3,i;gi;. u.iifiie'iec 7iri 7 the7.0per;i3TJottse-
iv3 3M<-ii<biy'''--'iiigbt.. y.The" epterta'in.-.
i. 7-!:t:i7:u3i.r.i.7J of- n-oyinir a;nd station-
t-  iyetiU't s v'svliich',-- were  well siioivi.)
l.yiigbfetr'tbo'-iuiclience'.i.;
;'��� oil' the   I ly -law-, to "ra ise
yi'->-ior... sr,;.;et   iinpri.tvemoiits   and
-ivaik'^.. v-!i    VS'i'hiesdav-- ,,w;ts. 'very.
.ii.'r.i-.'v- i--i-i- 'von-   poH'e'ii .i.nn'jtint--
.��� ���"���".'���"'.. 3'in ''M-,t;rts.i"13iws.;   7
��� -'Km;-' tli.''l.-v;irtv;,i V.1" 7. . ...'-10
'..'(Lonris't...'. .'.���.-������; 7-'.-- .7. .14
'���-. " .-..-��� |:-,ili'Ad  t..iii3t.:. .3 v... 7.7.. T
."i'.iiii- !e^i-::dore; last ivei-k T. Tas--'
y,. !'���,':!'. .jvd-i'id :i (iii'.'.-.tion ofprivi-.
���'by.' -.iv'ili^y tie- ,k'..OTI.N-AV.\l.UI.
:;i,;i;;-;(i (-> ii,iiii ,-a-,'l'iiiling tovot'-
;;;-��� !ii'-iyi;<ii!i(l-.:!ice division, .lb'
:,iiji.(i i-ba; hi-' had paired w itli .Mr.
373. ��� )';:..i'ii-_-!i tjiis ' .1 i.l not appear
1 ilic pri-> ...i.-.epon's'.. ' \V�� -wilj.iiigly'
-���-.;-!,i.-', ...mendo., 'hoiioriibl.e to' M r.
'���(���������;-ij;'> wii-iiii wi.-; 'have no vvisll t.o
i.-y -injostice. :   '���������'   .     " y ��� , .        3
3':.\. I,i-i..���-'. 1 be iinimcial ageriiVf
,-;tiiau    i.f  y^aiijijbai-.    wb" visited
j !:, !;i'.-i ;t .-.ii' ha.- -writf i-'n'-.M)-. (Ico.
ire;    Ciiiii'idiiiVi '��� Pacific,'
11 kin::-.ivirn oii behalf of his tnajes.ty.
iii-- vivw.- .-'/ tie:-.'.Ciiiiailii'i'n i.oekie��
, tii.;    l!.-iiitj'.-...-:i'ii-iiig--y , ifhi(-h'.,Alr..
.i-'v.-iii-'-d ii'irliiiii' iVoiri the. eoiii-
.11 ir' :ri.ij.-.-.-��t\-'. . in thanking .Mr.
,-ivs (iun.-iiia 101151' be n beaiiliful
."-.���'���'Tins 'j)itst,7syeek;y..:boundai-y'''inines;
niiide-njio^li-erre'^
IhCtpial of :1.2;So(i,'t.bns.being itbo'iit1
������r)0:-3foVis--:-,nybriy-.-..tliiiin'g:t-\v;o.7,s
.syliicli .catiiblished -1133 rotiord yitt-    tlVntr
tihiOy.iy.V 33'7:'*,!'':7 y373':'33V:---v7-'; ;*7.;73, -f-Y
3f.W..yM.3^
th(3y :Russell-;Law--CaulIiqitl;v;conipahy3
hiis':,purchased -jiv linlf-interest,in yhe-.
Trovidence iinine3ncar'.Grcchwood, fois-y
|25,00p;.73^73;.y,,7'3,'37y:7'7y7733'7;3,33y.'
3 The' Dominion' -ygovsrnmciit- 7has ���
decided- to , reduce7: the73i-byalty 7pii 7
yyukoirgold. 31t3:iis73npw'>351 per,cehfc..'������'.
11 wiU...Lioyrodutcodi..ytriiy;3 ,,'r.er'ceiit:';-; or
2A-- per7cent,-a'nd7.;svi 11 r-|b6.-SycOI.Icctoil>i:is'','���
a n ox port/;' tax ���. i n yf utu re: 7:3 37r:3373 YYy %
nt the vai;ip,us,C.' 7133 Tv.'bptels oil t ins
side ofytbe-.rpceiin. ��� Thevdel'ighis'aiHl
fits:diti111if)i.s 0f, 3B.s1niV.VMis si; iioiidii'y/yeT
'f,brt,'jir(jTiosvib7ifiiyg;'\iitU-'iict
tiaod7in G'liiniiiimiy .I;i]>:i 11 liyi'tbo r*i 1-
.roiid conip'iiny'. .:��-v.,3'3 ;--;'.7- 3'--7  v'v'i!--' ���:'.,'���
7.7;Av nieeting 3of tbeiCurlingGliib
\\':'n.�� 7 held :   nt' Hotel'   Ht^-elstiiko
.Saturday-3 7 e'venihg, .V -"Presitioni
-McGarter iiltlui elia;ir.ii iAynvimbuf
of -'comiminicatioiis y svere-..'read
iiiGludin'g: dtie7, fromiy 'Burns ith.d'i
��� Co. sliitirigi''ilia.t.: a handsonie Iroply'
won Id be7 cloiiiifcd fqi-vne.xt-st'its'oiy
������������ The: Secretary; Kooteiiiiy,Curl;ng'
Associatipir notified 7tbe'clubyiiit3
(lie ��� Graiul-...ViPoiiit'sy. Competitbiiv
sylilcb svas tinabb lol-'i'ypliiy ed 'for
at3-,vSaudon 7dui-inij7yiit-: liohsjitc-.'
could '������he. 3 phi a ed for a: '3 hoti.it- sti'ito
the scores forsvarded.-, .��� 7     .���'���'
l't';.sviis*;dcicided :thn.I; iii .ihe.Ciilgnry.;
Ureiving Com pel i lioii 4:1. A7 l3row 13 \
v.i I'l k,.' .ha s;..i ng 'j diiy ed' a 11 <1 \\ oh 'in 1 ir.i':
giinies.: tliii 11  'anyvorher. 7rii ik   be
dcciiii-eii'.-.'���" :--winrie'i-33 ���   iii.":"-; t'i 1 at -
eo!ii|)ei.ti'onv     ;,   '.'���'���'- , 3'7 ,'':������-..
,7 'ihe; (,ityeii.yCui-lers   coni'ietition',
for,   a3 7vjiaii;37;of77: cui'ljng 3 stones
preseniedV;..by-. G.'; S.yM,i!Garter3nc>!
being "iiuished   it  wasdeeicled'llie
cuni| biitioii.   beheld o[.ien until-'Jiiri
���isi,iy(C:7'--: ���������.'��� ���1;77y--''3v ' ���'���7'' .;;���?
.'.Refinery.at .'Trail .Turns out'First
���3 .Fmishsd Product of iliis Metal.,
3.3 The yfii-st vjiig-leatl ;j)i-odiicl,3of:bre
7i)i;ineil,3sn)ebe.d.aiidy
link Ijcoii7 producetl:!>y tliovleiid^eline'ry
erectedviby- tlleyCiinailiaVivy'Snieltiiig
;\\roi-ksytt Trail,   and eni'ly.jiibiNbiy the
..'plant| w-iIbbe :.iii",- fii 11';. ojie'riiti(j'tv,';svitb.
s'uWcient' .qapncity:';, to toreliireiiliytlio
presen t:'. ou t j>u i'bf the works ife re. 3: -
i;7- it.is tlio-first,',iintl; only silver-lead
rcfiherybitheyDoininion.'-iHiil itsiiro-.
duct is', the , Iiighes7 grado  ���nianiilac-
tiiringlead,   free3 from 7'tili.iiiiiiui:i'ties.
Upoii .the iiiaugtii-aiipii bftho Ci; 0.
\\ ,stiniri;;t.;i:7tbifetable, 'vvhic.htakcyef-
fi et  on- June   15,.��� t ho - t-i'jiiii';:'s'crvi'co,-.iii'-"
tile- ..Kiootenay -��� Will   -.��� be.; ��� greaVly
aceelehited - ticcording 3. to, 7the: new-;
seli'ediiles;'.1 ,upt\" '7;'in.:.    7jii-ocessy -"7 of':
jirepration.    Asi   ah    insta'nee, of. the:, r^ ...
niorcyrapitl running   time which wll  |.:Theyelinery .v.ss-illi. 'eiico'Ui-age .tlie'con-
be^inaii^uratf-d-:' -there ma v. be quoted j "suWiistion;-. of   Ganiidian   lead: in- Ihe
the:vi-!iii';fi:oni7Xels.>n tiVAluKvay,-which  \ 'n.'iiniihi'ctiu-e,'of painty -3 v      ';   ���-7., .y
nOwiPciuiiiies yei^hr-bbursithil fifteen 37 -yA.t. iire^en ti, CU'nnd i.a-n' -. load.- is'-mVi rkot-
ininiites;'\but:7:-wbieh',grouhd7;w-;ill:-b!e .1 <"d ahi-o:|:da;iid niiuiufactured into white:
fcvi-reil t.u':7luue7';l,') ,ii'i'7.si.vTi,a^^
O'i't'y  n;ii)utos7 . Iii, like'- ma li'Vior ihe i -'Ubiilly ini ported ::fi-i)in::Gei-inany. After"
7y;i;n7s.-i;vii;<- bciSveen' Ri3siai.d Hniliill 3 hasingabout; 12,000 niiley;o{ liranspor-v
7.;'i7:v u7ii-;.s 7>n '!he:Ki)ot,e,nav..division i| latioii and the foreign lal>or;of refining
7;i| be-'i'ett.-ivd-: ':     ������7"73.y;'���'. 77 'v      7 '.'['��� 'an'd'conyoi-t:ng into   white lead taxed."
v''-'^"*-^-.'^-^*.^
::.vid.-n;ui17i'lie,CTeaLI3,s?ernrailuav..7y.;^^
^���ViK-S-'y-Hi^^
3 -rail, i;���7v \\3biiamsrusv:.-abedth.7 !7y^yrll:'ty-hore,is;o.hlyfi.\e per cent,
';3i3eed'-iviiv- tr;tin������K&Prh^n<'':ibo: 3 Tiily-onywbite vl&id,..:3t-'is, tinderstpod
7ricb}��:7-.niit'Vaxio' 7.'o''v-.':i-h%y;:Vni^iW3i-t}?!l:C'V''1'-'t'i l-i''d worksiwillbeiesta'hlish-
:'-'l
;.T!
!>]'���
tl'
THE MINES.
";, .Uj)'.to this'"week tliiv.Griinbsv'shHsb'.er
lias treated3!)i 300' tuns. .���>!'���. ore I "' :�� ';,.
tVe.-i 1 ly-... ISO.OOO-.; tp.iis of ore have been
shipped from,--Boundary':, mines thus
far this vein-.'73,'.������ ���'. ':.���""���'". v   .--.   ���:,: .';'
', lj"'.no niore AinforesiM'ii'.eontingehcies
arise,,, the, Stuisot-, smelter ;is to start
op'er.itio'i.is.iihijiit ilttne. 1st. '���'''��� . .
. Hot'..������ C. ' IT., .-Mackintosh has
.���Oii-jileted .nrhingehiQiits for the
lloating of tl-ic. .Gia'nt .3mine in the.
bo.'pilonmarket.   .-3 .
.-The ' llein/";',' cbpjiet"" properties in
.Montana have been taken over by the
l.'nifc'.l '-'opjjer Co. Of,.Neiv York'.
li-.'Cijir'iot'iyfr "broke:' Vand'-'- the ,coach;
juiiij.ed the raib, Ci-asli^tbrnio the: side.;
..���oi'. tlie  bridge,:''jtrid b.V'irtef.l"sicro.s's-both'.
ir-iuri.'.sya.s-.nb'ft'ri.-wit.'ri per-- j
���trucks: - Th
;t   ���-..;.-       '.������������- ���   ���   t   ���-
��� ���i.ons.on ���tneir u-ay-'to work. .-���- y ;,, -,
������,; .',T.ho.7 tv7o' ��� 3).iehes 3following 3 the
stranded".- car.-crt'islNf); into it,e;v>r)'p{et.
...effdh .-''cohnectlph''. with, the 'refineryj.
1 -..upon the supposition that.,- the do'v-
| ernm'entmay- ,be -induced' to sicljusb
1 the'-'tiirirtV v ���. ������'���'-:���     '���    ������'..)       ���jl.,   7:
erjud car ai-sn was ��;i-ecke(i.a;id % ...     A hy Increasing ;��� Business:
ing' tlie wi-ocK-.a-ud qi;aIi,irgawlOiyhayoc'
ii'iiioi.iLr', Ibe.iiii'sf^ntiers.Vja'tighi ''"he'rtjin.i
'Ciin 7Be3Ctired:7\yitboiit:I7esbi-iiny:it);
.3"*'.,7;--_. 37y:.;7lfa.i-siyy.iii-g;t.tyve3;7777',.77:3;
vyy7Coiisfipiit.ion,7iy 3i .yyi-i'y:7,c.ini-ko'ib
ytrpiiblo; am0iig;ynl3ini.s aii't'i��� "siiiiil.iydidy
dron���it is als��.' t;ii<;3 iy'iheiiKisl-dis-'
:i.ressiiig;.-3 Thtyc;i;;se iysPnic./tlt'iyngi'y
nieiit,bf thedigt;stive-prgiilis;;iint]'il'linot.
1 prbihjytly;, ti-eytetl-yis;:nia'b!e3 todea(l-7lo.:
- seripuyresults.-'l;helittle.iyictiin suhVa-s
7froni7vheiidael)er7fe\yr,7yiiun37 in77l'h(7
..stp)iiach;:,V;itnd:3soiiietlnies ; sximiiing.:
;: SV 1 i i lc'-'-'-i n:3.1 his"j:y iid i i-ion. ,11 eii iifj'r; ha I -y
3noi-yy|ia.hy;s tiii>.tiipr3oaiiiQlibuiiiyreiStf.til
csleep:y,'I;f��� "pi-optsi-'ioiib't.; ���fsW-:ike.ii--'i.ii"i>tii'ci-
.iiigyyt-no/oiMlvf1 ss iYtt 3! jal>y3:<3y>s\yny 'rirliiols.
77j i ro3'ijt'st:,<:l ,k l\h 0 i-c7"\vi 1 iyTiti.J 1 ti :t ire-'.u ii j..<i..-i"ii ii l-i'd ?
'���ini-oyu'iyigvi^
This'dii-iirdei:., Jli'l.'iy C:uyiiiei-,7Lt;ndpn-'
3()nb..3 says:���-3i\)y   babyywasyit'vgreiit'
itisun'ei'ei'v';friini cbnsli'pauoii: 3 She;,cried'
: continually, and'I :was3:d'.0iit. .wb.r'ii oui-
a t tend ing I iei-.': I tried i?i\yer,ii 1 'reiiie.d ies:
hut none  of .thoni,, helped ,f her 7f.il 11
.procured   ('oi'ne.   I'iabyjs1'Ow'ti-.-Taljlols.
'rhese .talilels "woi'ktdy   syon.dei-s,;. aiid
now; slip  is;in "the bestofdieaItli.-;::1
'Ciin ;-nQ,s''-.g6;,.itl.ipti.k. lny'svpik.svitliout
being  flistiu-b(7d- by , bitby's ci-ying37l
consider' llaby's Owny Tablets: a gre'iti
medicine, and \yoiild advise lriothcir.s to
keep them- in  the house for they will
sas-e baby from   much    suH'cring'.;'3'by.
curing - and^jireventing;   the v minor
ii'i 1 inon ts com nioii to i n fa n ts ti nd sitia 11
cliildrch./' v :> ���������   ,.;:,';���,; 3-3y-.,.;
...baby's Own Tal.ilets; :ire .sold niulor
aii' iibs6J.11 t'e.,'guiii'iintee to contai 11 no
'opiiiteOr other lianiifiib(li-ug3Tlieyiirc'
.easy. 'to-.-,��� take. inild'in'siction'J'pronipte
heaiyhful :sleep viintl 7will:Te:foundy a
nev.oi'-faiJ.itigc.ure forco'itslipiifcion, baby
indigcstipi), ���: simjile: fevci-. I'diiirrlio'eii',.
sour stomach, .colic,, etc. They al.lay
the, irritation: iiccdnipanying the
cutting, of teeth,.'break up colds aiid
prevent.croup: .Trice 25 cciits.a box'at
all .druggists or sent' by ina il. post, paid,
liy-yiddressing ���', the .Dr. ^Williams,';
Medicine.Co., .Hrockvillc,vOnt.7     7 ���
iF:i:oy;;pg7jN:;:Tovi
.''���'7;,.::;,/v^-;'ftrps-oi-yiO.Q siiits./h;^
v'fylew'-ihp'nllisiv; Wo'ci.ui't helpyiif)ticiiig;,,tbeiii'^i(s',Our.biiiiiiess77 Sonie7yery7
:ry-7t'gi)bil;S;i'n(|-s()'iiii.vyci-y;bii'i]'i'.-but
33-''"-7.7; v.'- -y.G.iyc3tyS .::i-7t.ria 17'..7777.7���':'���'7.:r3.77'3:7.;7 33773 ''73:.73;33'7.:77..33; ^^'^Y-i.'L^U^
v:t.y;y:V,
:,-D,;.u.,U...:.*CBK��
7\\ravoivs', n)';tt!e3i.ii(l
7:73:;733:3.37y7:,y;|yl0']i-
3':'(3ucobs-3or.to'Jaiiics"r-��bH:ilibn).7
j,e|ii!ii-ediyy1,heybePt3c:irri:ige3sr
isha;i']:!encd7' :yy3$^'bv,i'n.y;.--.ii.������spctMii'i.'ty;..-3.33i77v77y;;,;v.;:y,3
w-y yyyyyA^tytri^
;y- Chatham���fflcf.ons^
Cqpp : Br^sY" Plp^
IM. My,Gray[sfa
&��Mr^
3 Marimiig- Block, McKenzie Avenue.
.7; .:;7 y|- 3:
y;  : 3  ''-hoyjiitssport: (o;:s6cicty. is,, courty
���; a I tire.' -Tlie; cost, of a  lino sviirdrobe.y
.boweyc)^ :hiis Ijceh.yii bar, toyiiutny a.''
. dirilliant' liian's sbcial progress;''. That;
:   bar is .'nosv;,removed. 7v\Ve bas-e, taken
:��� itdown. .  Our new stock,of svoplcnivM
now;reiidy3fpi;3ypuivinHpection,^e3have
ytbe   largest, anil:. best selected ��� Btopks7
7 from Winnipeg to the Coast;  3 >3 y v 7 .
3 TrmicArcv:- y-^^v; 3,733V .;"73fyv7;37
; To measure and i'i'p:to-date';''.beit'.',tit.':;
7; iiiThe city. 7 F6r-t;hc inonth7dfy April:
ii choicelot for ^5,7wortb $8"to 9107; -,  '
���I!:.-..If
!,i-lf
.!-','!) \
a, liilttiber. 01" t he: iiiiii,;-'te,-,;',y--;-re ba'dly '
'hurt>.; ,���.;' ;. ���-.��� . V 37 :. ;��� ' 77:';.��- v'7 7. ��� ���' '}
" VYr. A.Alian, ori 'the ,3-31'. IlVCiil- !.
gii.ry, dins, .-ber-n : aj.poini.yd 0. J', ii..:
s'iipei iritendent'at .Moost: Ja-r.'.3'1 '"7 '.-',' -,')���
1." Al-ficfi If, Reel, fornierb.- pri.vatc 3
sec etary toy.Mr. fr.., C: .fones!'superih-'')'���
teiitlent of the G. :T7i-aJI'��.yay,'Toj;'oiito, |
lias1 resigned to 7 acceiit- a-'.posit ion lis I
secretary to;Mr. .��� Geo. '��� ,11. '.Shtuv. traf-o,!
li'';3iuan;!ge.r of, tlie .'(jatradiyn Xorth-v-7
ern���- '7 ,, ':   ....       "' " "���' ������'-���'". j:
. I'lidei- thoinanagementotiMr7 Sin.)th.
������he -11 My. beather,, Co.,- of \rancouver,
a re
lUStlilH
TOURISTS FROM
THE ORIENT
tnt-ir buSinessthi-(,)ughout
t.he.pri)ti'i)c'f>7   ''.'hey ^eawy   i1.il I -si:i;ielcs
.'lilenfii-;;- .if  all 3kiliTdsy .sl)V).e;iiiiding.s
'and ���t'ifijs.y.-.ifld.ery. and saddjeiyha.i-d-
.Wiit-e. and. .co.-ik*:- '.a   sp< citdty  of liel't;
lacing : -and'   saddle : skiiMioa-��� i ���ii-i3'd
ptif ,-��t.'.'-!i.eir yivvti - laitrKity -at. ���'V'ai.etill- !
Vi;t-.-      I )],-'' in-It     Jaci|-ig .is iiI.3ii|iri-joir ;
l.r.-.h.ii.lv ���' tie: hv-\ iui !
, l73,Mid rb-'big-Hiilb !
��� red- . it' aftci'   .'.\'.h;iiis|.ivi: j
i'-.ai-!iig.  f|iialrl i'-s i.-as-i.-'aisfv j
ior -it- ;i ,   .^--,..'.ifi   market, in \
LADIES 3 AND  ipiN^
If. IT. l.aiiig. oiie3 of.: .the boys .who
svas acccj)ted'for 'Sott 1 h.'Afi'ic.ii.service,
.and w-ho left. 0113 Tuesdaymorn ing. for
llalifax, lost his .'purse.containing $75
(hiring liis stay iii town.3 ��� A suitable
reward to ; the finder', will be paid by
Capt. 'tiiyldr, for .Ihe recovery of the
pocketbook and its' con ten Is',,3 .3
fjUaJity.- nnd "<>
.mai-kfi. tii'- (7
'ba.s-.itig.'   ail-.j'-t
f-.i-tiihiislicd
THE STRAND HOTEL,
ilAbTIXCiH    STitEICXy-'   -        YANCOUVK];.
���rn
,'afl.l
a:-
York,
iji a �� 3
fribnti
if.rh
(flCOIl-.-i'i-.
. AfUhE GRAI"K   CqCAM   Or   TARTAR    POWOWft
it! 11
in-! ii.- ���,Yi'.-h..-f li... c.itdd come
vi ���. l~h lie/ jdiici.-' I.tiilt iii-the clouds
i,-! ,;>..nis (.-;",1 be ii-.ekies.   '   ' ,
'���'���.),-: I.iii.i'diiiii Leiteh. .Vi' London,
;j.i r.i!ite,ii.|i'iit c.f the I.uii.Ion Mutual,
���if--���'! lisiirnime C-ouijifruy^nd ^'Ir. C.G.
..i--,'iii. nf N'yiif-nuvi'r.. the li. <}. agent
fiir n.s-.S'eiv(
si.ici-i.ililes
titinii.-ry.   i-    a-   iiigh .
Iii'i . fo'r'.li'.ii.i'i'.'i-;.- pio'-.
1   [re.ses.r'.if   'ih('v" I'K-'.'iiifiek .nnd  oak biirlc:-;
j  jiroduced on, lie- I'a.eific Coas.t, ���������''-��� j
j     Thr'���e.-iiiVr.any   c;;n-y3 blocks' y'-l' Cab- I
',.'���.      ��� :;- y :'    '..'    ,'   . ;.'      j'.:ori)i;V7T...:-.v'.-;N-,. Cai;,i.iia:i ' aiid'An-G-al-']
,���'' ���!���'���,'    ���  '        '7  v   '���'.- : '��� . j ia.ti.  sii--;,' ���'. I'Vifhvi'-y      Koi'V.i]>";"ii) ���  and !
A large n umber   o  ex'ciii'S onists arc  |3 Russia i'avi.'r-.   'i..ox ���',-;:, ff. 33-1 '-Knii-, 7
������vjiect-rd frbi)il,Jkhe'  Oident ������.-.'uring ibe.'' 7.g.-|'1.1y,.,-|.-;,',/i7i..h   ���fjfttcr'.f 3;viirl  kid. '.Asi
M :ry People Wi I. Visit Banff Curing the Su   mer Months^'
lviii-(.|ieiiii and A ai erica n I'.'-.i n. Newly furnished .-a.nd' fiaiov.-'ilcd 'ihi'i.iilgh-
.uit. I-"ir: t-tjia-ss -ri'st.-. 11 ra tit, in cbuiiee-,
���lioii;' HufiniS ii'tii.) 50e. up. .Ono block
from G. I'. K. :dt-|io!,. I;'roe I lack.
I'orter rpcets all pnueijia! boats';ai)d
f rains., '     V      '  '  ' ��� ���   '��� ���
3  Wood  i'.-'ros -, P. o  rifcturs, ���
AS'lion yon invest,
money, in jevvolry
your' wise. You
have your valuo
��� safe nn.l suro U
von buy jewulry
neve, and: tcot.'.tho'.
most nrtistio ' results, l.lirown in, :, ,
��� Nuu'-tmr stock of
liilfllrisSVutdiGS &
I'liiiin a Hrn'oclies,
Cloiilc Miinieuro
Sols.Ciit. Glass, fc
Fiini'-yHlerlingSi-l-
vorwitro nt.
J. Guy Barber's
Take notio* tlmt thirtydarsafUr d��t�� I '���������
���ten 1.. to'.apply to the lihioC Oommitfiioiier ot
Lands and Workn for permlmrion to ent a��i
carry nmij timber from tho folloTriuK deierib-
ed lands situated in thellig BendaiKtrict ��t
SVost Kootonny. coinmcrieiuc at a pout on tkW "
east, bank of Columbia river naif rt mil*" northwest of Lloyd's ranch, arid markefl Alice A'Ai "'
Minining's  fiotith-eant:   corner,   th'oncc  loftfc
alniiK tlie Coltunbia river 1(50 chain-., thcice
east 10 cliains, tliencononth tSSehiilna. Maaaee''-
west W cliainH"to place of commencement sr
iniHal pout.       ...' -.-..���'���  ���..
..Dated March 17lh,;i9M.-,3    -Y''<:-^-   3 '* '' :
,    ' ALICE APAMAWf*^^.
���WANTED
nn.1
r.'li.
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold   Medal,  Midyvinter F.tir
Avold   linkiiir,'   I'otr.Inrn   cauitnlnlntr
ol(i:n.   They are iiijnriotiH I;, l.^nltix
���iiii.inify.months, aiid  'it is    k*ly thai
hereafter, each' of   t Iff;   'tiro press .liners
tn arrive in port,  svill bring.j.o.any pcv-
i-pk'Mviip. defii'e to.fipend a. icx weeks at,
j   lanfl', and so (���scape the surntner he it
I..''.." ihe iiii-. e'siftt.    The   majoi-ity of tlie
y.-c.ursionisfs will arrive and'depart f.n
I i!a:- same '.steamer,  running fi-Am Vao-
l '/oiiver Ti]i to   1'anrt'   a.'nd remaining at
i'ijie (3 P.'b.liotel: there till the, wliite
.-'inei- is.onco   more   ready to cross Ihe
i'.K.'ilic.
Til-encourage excursionists' from.the
Orient,the C. P. Ii. is now piloting re-
i-urii f.assages from .Chinese iind .la'p-
anese'ports at the e.xtrciiiely low rates
"f&SpO, which, sum includes all ex^
pensi-s iviiiii.. tb*!    |,i-iivi,:)ei-,s   are Jrnests
���t tlC  S/iJ.pi.V.i'/;-.
i'���'���:-:= a. i,i'/'u:'.;
ill'- coin j.a li,--'
S!u:i|,-ly
,'i . pfttf-r.
in.: bo'i!
fiilil   ' f>i
rllid s-,iiii"
tijeiivi:-!.
���n'tii'iif.O.iir''.
tr.ifK-
iiii'.--:--
"a.al
-hO
RELIA,BLE   3
 :  :"3 'AGciNTS
''SVr- .--.t.-ii, ;i( oil.'C ��� li'tl--.l-tfil-lhy lilt.'ll
-.v.��i..''|-i in ii i,:';,- !rK.7i-iy. |i|.:i.i,'...i- n-.i vitilj.
ini.i-.,:li|i -��� a n .iv .1,--.,','. r.v a'tifl   li  .-a-i'l.-s.ni .v
I-..Ill-    i.l.il     ndl'l;l(i.,|liK   |'i,iii|;..-.- lih.hi .1    ii|.   in.
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l-b'yuK.iirl, Appjetbii 'li-accy.
3       1HI   r-'pecial.     Send'.fpl- priiTS. i
;LYTTLETON:BRGS.':   ";
Watch' Spec ia lists,  -Vaiicouvi'-'i-,    I!.   C,..|
Vegetable.. '&���
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Coi'i-f.ji.sis.   .Vast'iirtiiif-i).
.--.iiii heriiiini, Jiic. ��� jit-r, dozen.
bale Cabbage $1 per hundred. ���-���'. : -.
J-. Maley, Revelstoke, B. C,
'������        C'abbilr;,
('a'lidyiiiiil
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W.V.N'THD���A'.our  order    for   visiting
cauls. -.Fifty Indies'or gentlemen's
''cards'..stt|)|ilicd'   and   printed ; for
I'll.00   at    tlie   ,K()0'ri-:xAV   Mail
jtrihtiiig   ollice. . Oiir :new ;" plate
���'..script- typii, is   the-li nest :ever iin-
���'-'.   .pi.ried into tihis city.foi'-this class
',    .of work.'   y- ' '��� '3 ',' :     '','' '
, WANTIOI);���Ladiesand. gen Hem en on-;
'       joy   your ..ev.eiiings   at   honie 'by
. inaking .twelve .dollars jier week..
Sent!' your  address   and two cent
st.'iiii|v io box 2(iy, L'ondoii. Out.   '
,W.A N T KI)���To se 11 A III a rdy. Ca b-
bagf' J'lants. iJOc. per 100. MOO'for
$1. 1000  Si.2.50;.-aiagooii, Lnxion's
. Coin|K-iii(ii-3 Hharjiless and Clyde
strawberries, -fd- per 100. . Sliip'pcd'
to any part of the Province. ���Catalogue, '.f. nursery stock fi-ee on
Hpjilicaiinn..  Mt. Tobnic Nursery.
' Victoria. 1',. C."
y:;',."    NOTICE.
, T.tk.i notion th��t,  I. n. -JCDrcw. ��lxHr day
fi-.-ui dat..-.   int'-n.-l   to .iiiaVos-pplicriUim: tn hh�� '
i'liii-r  l.'(iiHiniHrfitint;i- of  hrnuls and.Works to.'
liiiiclinse, tlie  following described   parcel  of
lllli'l ;: ������ ,"'"������
('..inini'iiointriitii post, marked n. J-X Drcw't
X.,,1'-. ctinu-i- po'-t. Ijiii.i runs, smith alone tho
lint! offury Mcnhiiiitk's forty acre, ptimiti*
shiiI li'.v.ind in Unit liircclinii 20 ohainn. tho��B��
west's!!) clutins, tli'enct: n.irrti ,2(Voliains more or
l.-ss t,i i-iv.-r bank, then-.-e'fnllowinK. merindor-
���iiysuf I'-jmIi I'iv.u- f> ;|)"int,, of i.oiiim��iiearaeBt,
.���iiiitainiiiK flirty.acres mere or less, on tho loft
IhiiiU uf KihIj Itivor.'      .''..,      .      '
<.,aiiil.f)ri)'..!,'.AprirSt.l). li)02..;   ''. ������':      - ��� .
3     ' -     H.K. DRKW.
WANTED���To sell aii excellent ranch
Well situated to market., Stock
and iinpleinen'ts'; crii be had at
���vsiliiatipn. For pnrt-ienjars apply-
to ollice of the Kootknat M.w,.���'���'*������,
WAITED���Agents '   'Don't,    forget
("The  early  bird ditches the first.--
worm);     we   give   you ��� advance
'information   about   the   beet   to
appeal;.    TREE.    Send    addregs
immediately.    .1.  M.    iMacGregor ���
Publishing       Co..   Box      '417,
Vancouver, B.C.      ��� ...
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