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 Provincial Library  June  qq  Vol. 8.-N0. 5.  }  EEVELSTOKE, B. G, MAY 10��������� 1901.  $2.00 Per Year.  poses of a jail and the expense incurred in connection with this  prison breach would have been  wholly   avoided, had   the  govern  account of the country. -The building of the railway from Lardo to  Trout Lake is" giving a great impetus to  mining and trade generally.  Come and See Our Beautiful Display  of Spring Merchandise.  BEAUTIFUL WHITE GOODS.  Fancy   White   Mucins.  Laces,   Valancines,  etc.  All-over  SWISS & DIMITY MUSLINS.  ���������   A most beautiful assortment of these  .fashionable goods in various,colors at  11, ij'1/,, 20, 25 and 30 cents.    ',  i UNDER SKIRTS.  Mercerised Sateen   Skirts' in endless    colors���������All prices.   '"  *'������������������  EASTER GLOVES.  .We  sell  the famous Perrin's Gloves  ���������Once worn always, asked for....  BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS.  Just   to -hand0 the 'finest shipment'of  Boys'.. Blouse  Suits.    These are the  .^best made  in  Canada, and don't rip |  ���������.'anywhere.   , ',���������     *������  MEN'S CLOTHING.  We have... just .--opened ' up 'a. :"large  range -of.^beautiful 'Satiri-lihed,"'All-  wool Serge' and ' Worsted Suits; and  marked them away "down. Call and  see us before buying elsewhere.  A Bond and Its History  Lawsuit Threatened to Unwind the  Tangle.  Some time ago-a'--bond^was=taken  on one of the many promising prospects of the Lardeau..   The bondee  did a large amount of development  work, and, owing to changed conditions wished a new bond  drawn  up and the former one cancelled.  This the owner of the property recused to entertain, and gave the  holders of the bond notice 'to comply with its terms or forfeit. ' The  owners   responded   by.  intimating  they were willing to stay by: their  bond., and they made tender on account of the purchase money.  The owner meantime had 'a better  offer for the property and wished to  1 take advantage of it. He consulted  '���������a lawyer who searched tho title and  advised the owner that -the assessments had not been recorded for  two yeai;3 and that the property  had been open .during that time  and might have been located bv  anyone. The lawyer advised the  owner to have the property relocated at once and contended'that,  de facto, the bond also expired.  The holder of the bond was ad*  vised to that effect., but,'did not take  matter's quite so complacently.. He"  pointed out to the owner that if  was no part of his contract to' keep  the'assessments recorded, and  that1  _the.owner--,was', liable""under   the  bond for.damages if he allowed -the  property .to lapse, whereas if" the  owner still had a'n interest "in the  property (as no doubt he had) then  he   was   still-, liable    under ' the  original bond. '  Hiese are the questions the courts  will now be asked to'settle.   Lawsuits are bad, things to get  into  mining camps but "they get thcr  all the same.    >  ment paid attention to the previous and the people are enjovin- a very  requests of grand juries and depu- busy time.' Mr. ChapmYn"repurts  ahons asking that a suitable jail that the good people of the Lardeau  ,1P nr���������'UA l are. great, admirers of Nelson, and  that they, are preparing some beautiful samples of ore to add to the  collection iii the board of trade  rooms here.���������Nelson,Tribune.  be provided  1   3. There are certain  alterations  and improvements which should be  made to the court house to afford  better   access   to  the court room.  These have been heretofore referred  to m  the. presentments   of grand  juries,- and  we would respectfully  call the attention of the government'  to the necessity of having them attended to before another 'sitting of  the court. The stairs leading to the  court   room   and   the halls of the  court house should   be   furnished  with matting in order that the proceedings, of  the 'court may not be  unncces'sarily.disturbed by the noise  'made by persons passing to  and  from the court room. -  4. Your jurors express the hope  that your lordship may long continue to fill   the   high  position to  which you have been called.    ' '   ���������  Respectfully submitted,  'W.M.Brown, ���������'  Foreman.  Revelstokc, B.C., May 7th, l'JOl.  .  RAIL AND STEAMER  Another Steamer Line  v  For the Lakes.  i -i  McGill Summer School of Mines  Class will Study in this Province."  The 'Summer 'School' of  Mines, in0  .connection    wiili    AJcGill University,  Montreal,   was  founded   a  few  \ ears  purpose of  </i\ in;,'.a post  ago fur  the  MoKenzie Avenue.  ttri'.r^   ^^^^corporated liyactof Pttiliainentl865.  HEAD OFFICE ,;- .       ;" MONTREAL"  ' -Wji, iloisox ilAoriiERsnx, Pn's/'   S. II. EwiMJ.-Vice-rroH.    ���������-       James- Elliot," Ucmmd 31 u������airer  PAID UP CAPITAL       .-," ���������     *. $2,joo,ooo.  RESERVE .. -   ,    ���������-.. ..    \%oldoo.  gonorul banking business trunsacto.l.'. Interest, allowed on deposits nt current rates. ���������  J. D. I0LS0N, f anager, ��������� -.   .    . REVELSTOKE, B. G.  4.  Prospectors and mine-owner* aro invited to  contribute lotho ICnorcs vv.ATait. infante  a Hon of n vclialilc olmrnetcr rrKimlliifr their  propoitlis. drsui-lbliih' surfuco riliowinpi,  (lo\olo|)ini>nr work Hii.lruniilts-fitif'ndliik' it.  ns.-fiviJ,  nil I  new tliseovct'ioi).   Tltu editor  " ricfiiivn tn Jimkc tli(! SI An. a iiirntKt of  fiirnisliliis tn inveslois relinttlo iiifoi-iiintion  coneoniin-,' tlio progress mid development  of tliciiiiiicrul resources of Xorih Kootcnny.  Mille;:, of Minneapolis, aclinj; for the  company, will be here as soon as the  snow lnis gone to commence de.vdu'p-  nirnt.  The Aiiinriu.iM In vest nient Company  nf   Dultith,' will  build  a  smelter nt  temg eii-  Tacnnwi   smeller  is    e ....  .  mi'l   n lend refinery added nt a' ('f Kosslinul  Grand Forks  The  lurked  cost of l?;}00,'000.  Mr. Kailc, ,M. T., thinks IIih Dominion govnimnent, will grant n bonus  on load rofused in the Province.   .. .  A rich strike of five .milling; gold  tills has been struck on the Sr. George,  a pool creek claim near the Eva.  The. Impptial Dpvplopment Company  has Iwcnty-onp, claims in the Lardeau  which will he prospected this summer.  Work is stalled on llie concentrator  lit ihe, Entciptiso mine, and' the Arlington concentrator is being rushed  to completion.  The contractors nttd llii'ir crew have  gone, up troth' Comaplix to the Wide  "West mine where they will commence,  the.vvoik of driving on the-100 foot  contract let recently on lluit property.  Says lhe, Eagle,: " Tlie...Mountain'  Liun ' Mining , company have madn  their second payment', on lire Mountain  Lion   group  on   the north f/.ik.    Tim  oilier payments   are already deposited       ill Abe buiik.lu, await.uiai'ur'ii.r,   M. 0, j tl}|������ si'dSon.-jyHjfle,  Fiftppn   shiiivholders  of'tho   fCn'f'r  Hill. Gold   Mining company attended  ilie  special   meeting held in Rnssland  List   week,   when   a    resolution    wns  adopted  approving of  and consenting  to   the  pi-opened   amalgamation   with  the   other   mining  pmperiies  of (he  Miner Graves syndicate.    IT, N. Galer  of  Grand   Forks,  acted   as secretarv,  'ifi chairmatt being J, A. MacDouuid'  O. \V. Worster tre.isur.,  prof  the  Granhy ftuelter is the li(|tii-  dalor, . No iK.^tiian   1,179,000 out uf  a totuldf.1,500,000 nliarrs weie. lepre-  snnted iit'tlio tiifiHtin^.  AiTiuiKi'iiU'rrtS are now In  for Hip fL'-cmiimenceiiient   of work on  the famous Triune mini'.   The Ferguson brothers intend to work every man  they can find room for, iwd ns soon lis  the (lot shipment reaches the smelter  an   aerial   tnumvay  will  lie' installed  and |iiepaiatious Initde for continuing  work they, -ar round.   At present the  ore has lit he packed on   horses down  (lin  hill mid  from   ihei-u  liatiled  to  TlloiiisonV. Landing on freight wagons,  inakio^it. an* expensive* propotn'tlon to  handle, lint   as  the  120   tons  of  ore  shipped last, fall tfitve  vuliies of ovet  $'M) to.the ton, (JM) ,i ton of which was  gold, the owners ran stand for it,   A  long itase tunnle will  lie driven- and a  Mysteinatic course of .development, will  lie piirsiied,.   The Tiinnu will-mi'ike tlie  Lardeau;i'amotis, and swell the pay roll  COURT OF ASSIZE  One Case on the Docket���������Present-,  ment of the Or and Jury.  . The case of  '���������'Kid" McDonald for  breaking-jail, being the only one on  the docket Monday, was summarily  settled by Chief Justice McColl, who  sentenced him to six months with  hard labor, five months of which  time is already served.   The court  was called to order at 11 o'clock  and the- following grand jury cm=  pannelled after which an adjournment was made until 3 p.m.:   \\\  M. Brown  (foreman), B. Howson,  jC.  J.  Amah,   C,   Holten,   R.   H,  Ma.vnc,  W; Cowan.  B, A. Lawsdn.  W. M. Lawrence, Jas. I. Woodrow'  F. McCarty, 1?, Gordon, J. Abra-  hamson, P, Xcedhnm.  1   The prcsehtm'clit 'was iianded to  the registrar   of  the   court   when  'called to order!  Rcvelstoke Spring Assizes, 1901.  To his Lordship Chief Justice McColl, Presiding Judge at Revel-  stoke Spring Assizes.  ' ��������� Sir,���������The grand jury empanelled  at'the Revelstokc spring assizes,  1901, beg leave to make the following presentment I  tj 1. That in the opinion of your  Drogres*  jurors some  provision should' be  made at an early date for the establishment at Revelstokc of a high  school.   The central location of the  city makes it a most suitable point  for the location of such all institution, and the need of Mich a school  in the Kootcnny district is too well  known to require further discussion.  2. The erection of a suitable jail  at Revelstokc has been called to the  attention of the governmental various ways on several occasions but  up to tlie present nothing lias been  done in that direction.   The necessity of such a building being provided has 'been- fully shown by the  nature cf the only criminal charge  presented -for trial at the present  '.assizes,-'being a'chargc of breaking  fram jailatRevclstoke. The present  graduate course lo ihose of its students-  who-have,  "taken   the mining and un-i  jfineeriiig   course,   at.^tjieu]jnjversity.  This '.���������fiiiishinjjTJuurso'- by the Summer'  School'is now looked' upon'as very important in-compiling tho education of  mining  engineers  and   in   giving our  embryo experts a, practical knowledge  of   mines   and   mining  by a course of  study in the mining districts of Canada.      This   year   the summer  school  cIhss, numbering 25, with four instructors, rtill spend-u coujiIh of  months in  the.mining districts of  British Columbia     The. pally left Montreal May 1st.  At. fjLinfr'a few days were spent in the  National  Park  .is   the  guests uf   the  C. P. R.   The students passed th'ough  Revelstokc  on   Tuesday's   No,   1    en  mule for ihe, i-baVt.     The class will go  fiist lo  ihe.  Slocan   where a thorough  study of   the  silver-lead   ores and the  formations  in   which it occurs will he  made, The. frecm'illiiig gold ores of  NVIm.ii and.Ymii riistiicis will next be  examined. Tins paiiy vvilT make a  long May in Iiosslnnd wliei-B tlm cop-  p������r-goliJ ores and pHculiarforinatiuns  of..Red Mountain will he subjects of  careful study and on which n course of  led in es will he, given.  From this point'the C. P. R. smelter at Trail will be \isited anrl the  students will lie a/lorded an opportunity tit study the treatment of various  ores as accomplished nt a modern  smeller. A short, trip through the  Boundary will lie made after whL-h the  [tarty will ielui n east," via ihe Crow's  Nest J'.i.yi, lue.iking their j-iuuii'V nt  Fernie, to   examine   the coal mines at  that point.      On .atfiviiig in Moiitieal  tile b.il.ince uf  ihe. summi r will- l,e (J,.  voted to a  caiei'ul   si.udy of   the notes  and observations made on the trip arid  a complete  cotn.se  of- lectutes of  Unpractical   w.oikirig  of  mines  and  the  ieduction of-oies will nnisli theediic/i  tion of a (]iiaiter of a  hundred-ex perl  mining   men,       With   the  patty are  sevenil    BiiliMi    Columbians,   .n'uiong'  whom   is   noted   Nurmau   Paili-p^k  Rosslund.  The  visil uf  this  parly is made, at  ; (lie -solic-'taliou  of I lie C.' V. lb which  has placed a spr-ciid car at the, sei vices  of  the  class,   and  is affording the instructors every'facility for making the  tour successful,      Its   officials  never  miss   an   opportunity for advertising'  and making known the mineral wealth  of  the piov-ince and this is oij3 of   the  many  methodi  adopted   by the company.     Thi'i   policy will undoubtedly  result,  in  ,i  lasting benefit to llritish  Columbia, for   wherever u  member of  this graduating class locates there will  be   found   mi ��������� enthusiastic  friend of  British Columbia and its mines,  .  Back from the Lardeau,  r. P. Chapinhn Ime just' returned  from a trip'through'the Lardeau in  ,    .     ��������� .������-���������������.���������������������, tlie interests of A. Macdo'ha'ld & Co.  I?u������cyp0 js wholly ynfjt.for tftv ru?-' a������-1 Siy������ 'a' ��������� ver^    eiicouraging  C.P.R. steamers will not call at  Port'Arthur this year on the outward trip.  It is announced that Sir William  VanHorne intends paying a visit to  Manitoba and British' Columbia in  June.   ���������      "       '."���������.'    ���������  George' Copela'nd. superintendent  ,of the R.,&S. railway-, died at  Seattle a few days ago of heart  failure.  A slide at the 19 and 20 'sheds  delayed the trains-on -Friday. Saturday and Sunday, damaging the  sheds and track considerably.  C. E. ,Bunting, formerly ticket  agent for the, C. P; R. at. Toronto,  has been transferred lb Vancouver  ns chief clerk to E., J. Coyle, as-'  sistaht general passenger agent. '  ���������I. GLOgden, C.P.R, Comptroller,  will pay his first visit to' B.C. next  month, when on his way to the convention of Railway Accountants, at  Denver, of which he is chairman,,  The Burlington   fast passenger  train, No. 3 struck a construction  train at Thayer,Ta.,  on Monday.  Engineer Brown of the passenger  ,train was killed and about SO train;  ^men and passengers, were injured'.  ... C.P.R. stock, has .advanced- to  Jft������������ i^. Wall street;'and.as'.a'result  'many Montrealers and- Canadians  are thousands of dollars richer.   A;  tremendous amount of" stock"has  gone to New York in  responre.to  the bulge, -      ���������   ' ���������        ��������� ���������  .The C, P. R, passenger department is issuing a very neat " shooting and fishing'! map, which will'  be of great interest to sportsmen.  The map is a large one of the Do-'  minion and folds into a small size  which can easily be carried in the  pocket,' Tho choice spots. where  game of all kinds are to be had are  indicated, .- ���������  The summer schedule of working  hours in the C.P.R. workshops  came into operation on Saturday  last, when workxeascdat'12 o'clock  noon, This' will continue in operation *until the end of September,  the working hours being from.7 a.  m, until 0 p.m. with one hour interval for dinner, excepting on  Saturdays, when the shops close at  1$ o'clock noon,.  A despatch dated Lydoiivillo, Vt.,  May 7th, .says!    President S.   R.  Gallaway of'the New York Central  Railway, and Dr. W. Seward Webb.  President of the Central  Vermont]  who have reached here, en route to  Boston,   from   Montreal,   changed  their plans suddenly, today, and  started    for'   Quebec,     Vermont  people arc much interested -in this  trip, as rumors of various combinations, 'involving   the   New  'York-  Central, the Canadian Pacific, and  the Boston & Maine,, have'bech  heard of late,  A Montreal despatch silys there  was a report on the street Tuesday  morning that Sir Charles  Rivers-  I Wilson, President   of   the   Grand  IJrunk; Mr,   T,   G.   Hhaughnessv.  N^sb!e-nt of the Canadian   Pacific,'  and Hon. L, J, Forgot, President of  tho Richelieu it Ontario, were all  leaving   England   on.   tho    sume  steamer)   Oceanic,    Mr.   Rudolph  Forget) referring to the report, said  that he thought that the story circulated a -while ago of the amalgamation of tho Canadian transportation companies was not  verv far  wide of the mark,   Another Vtorv  is that the true purpose   of  Mr,  Slmnghiiessy's visit to London is'to  consult with Lord Strathcolia, the  War  Office  and .the  Admiralty,  with regard to a mom extended use  of tlio Canadian Pacific Railway as  an, Imperial highway for tlio trans-  portation of troops to, the East., :  '"������������������������������������' "������������������-���������-���������������������������������"������������������.  Great Northern Will Run Steamers'  From Northport to Revelstoke.  We have  it  on  good  authority  that the Great  Northern   Railway-  Company are determined to  be  n'������  longer  debarred from  penetrating  the Kootenays for traffic, and that  part of a scheme which has assumed  definite form  is  the  placing of  a  line of steamers on the lakes"   The  first line which, it is stated, will be  put in operation is a  service from  Northport to Revelstoke: taking in  the lake points en, route.   If the  report be true, and we have as  vet ���������  been unable to obtain official verification of it. great benefit  must  result from such a service as  that -  proposed.   '  TIMBER LIMITS  Seventeen' Berths Staked for, the  'Big Eddy Mill Company.  .Messrs. McMahon and Blackmore  sreturned Tuesday evening from  a  trip'   around   the   Columbia   river  from. Beaver ;having,   made    the  'journey in sixteen days' 'from  the  time of'.leaving Revelstoke.    Yen-  few .difficulties were encountered on-  the trip excepting   at   Tirribaskat-  -lake" where they tied  up for, two  days.'.waiting for the ice to'l break  ���������up. -The 18-Mile canyon  was  run  in ten hours breaking all previous  records, the time usually required--'  for the run being two days.       , '" ������  While awoyo they staked seventeen timber berths for the Big Ed'dy  Mill Company the total area of  which is 17,000 acres located as  follows: , Head of Surprise Rapid?,  2000 acres; Mouth of Canoe river,  5000   acres;   on   Canoe   river    at  4000  Glacier and Boulder creeks,  -acres; the balance lying at points  'on the Columbia between the American Company's limits at Gold-  stream and Revelstoke.  On the return from Canoe river  they met Ed. Adair and T. Horn  camped on a bar about one and a  half miles below tho mouth of  Canoe, Nothing was seen,.of the  other party although tracks were  seen in the sand at Blackmore and'  Jackson's old trapping' camp on  Canoe river,  Two silver-tip hears were shot on  the journey, one at, the mouth of  Canoe river and the other on the  west side of the Columbia about  two miles from Revelstoke.  Hew  Home Jor Selkirk   Lodge,  /. 0. 0. F.  . C. A. Greggl'late. editor of the Nelson Miner has been appointed presi-  dent, find managing rlit'ectbr of the  Rowland Miner Printing & Publishing  Company ..vice. Mil 5- Kerr f eiigned,  Selkirk  Lndpfc; of OddMlmvt, which  had  its  birth  in (he old railway town  of Donald, bad  one of Hie finest halln  in the province, and when ihe members  of the lod;<e removed to  Revelstoke  llwy ri'solved to  hiing the hall along  Willi   llieiii.     Conseijueiilly  last   fall'  Huts, Adair mid Ivlnraid were, eiilrusti  ed  with the removal of Ihe building,  and It  was placed In position on ;t lot  on  Second Street opposite N'o. 2 fire  hall.   The c-omp!etion<if the. Imildinfl  was, however, left till now and Mcsm'Si  Klncaid   and  Adair  my  engaged   in  placing on it, the finishing touches.  The plan of thf> li ill had iuen snnir-  what nlteivd. The gioiinil flout h 27ft  by 01 feet and a commodious basement  U ptovlded fitted with a furmice dc������  signed to efFectnally heat the building.  The erolind floor .will he specially laid  for dancing, and (he hall will form ontj  of. the-best'for social gatherings anil  tneetir.gs in the city.  Upstairs is;: the lodge-rnnin which is  45 feet by 27 feet. Behind, the --Iodgu  room are' six regalia rooms, two ante  looms and a committee room.  Hon. Senator J. J. Rossdiad a.t St,  Aim'.-', Qtitbec, 3nUr.4i<r tucniing,   , THE JIOOTENAY M^-IL.
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; Advciti'sint; A^ritls. A liiyh^uvi-t, J.i-OiiUonl,
'���ijjf;ndoir\^;;:dii!iiia'i,it;r;.:���-;:;;'������:y:yy/;X,. y:-rl\
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T'ii-.s!." Avi'/f,.
SI'0!vv\.XIO AGICXCA'.,f.v;/;:, :y:;.7
Co;,; AdvirlisiiigvA ^cii:si-521
ahd;)vhiclrhaye;,bccii:?oJely due  to-
'the,', diverse/ interest!? of 'island -andi,
mainland.'   There   liasVbetn    evidenced :in,��� certti:n ,.:quartefs  an  n't-"
tern'p't'ib.'ruh the mainland- in; the"
interests ofilie'city of 'Victoria,:a:nd;
that r'ai'iempt'-has; 'been; strongl)'
reccntcdat Vancouver jitarticularlv.,
J- \":in'C;Ouvci;'is ��� cerihinlyr in" '.mucli
I;.'c 1 ���}��er, t ouch wit h t ];b i n 1 and'districts"
;'.Miinv';'3~3ctor;a..7'.'.-AV.hilc'7:^'c/s
i.'-'ir;}jrct':'1o'r^
tegnitron, gaming ground, Ave must.
sii'y tliiit :Vi)hcquve'r. Jslandjis entirely responsible for-the gr.OAvth -of
the sentiment.': iis- its-members ;bf
parlhunentwanttbhave eVervthihg
in sight'to'the detriment of H-lie: rest
lot .the";' .province., :��� If.'':tho':,.-'island;
members Avillnbt exhibit ar greater!
','.'.".,"...;.''���"���'; 'f'"-".;���'���'���: ;..7''':'���: '7'-1"'';;..'   . ,..        v   ���*' ''���'<������
breadth of; m:iid!nndra7spirit,;ofiair--
n'Gss' and justicej th':en;."-'bv- all' means
���let;.-; I he .mnihlahthli'c'''frce': irbm 'the
.:hc|uh1d^FC!7p:F: no; longer -* be - the;
milch ''.cpw/ for ;;;'.isl.an'd',.' relfislVnesF--,
; b u t -n g it a tc \ f or;' -t h a t': ,>i n depc n de h ce,';
��� c-f.. Cel f -goyer'n men i;vyh; clr '�����;;]- ;i-ll-.iea.y c ������
yihc'-'.-main.l^
iri'cc free to: shape"ils;o-\vn '���'destinies;'
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-ri'ilVrJAi^rCI/'uad^Oy^erc!^
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; ''libmin^lon-Pros,; ��i,C. Broadway..;',
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^C'lnCUJiATIOX
! ���Tiirc'-lConTKNAv ;.-"M.v'n. lias a- flr.=t-class en-
ciiliition';iin<'..llio.'Cilv ii'fv.-.Ko'volsliiko'.;aad.sur-
i-(iai]<iiiig d;si!-i.jt,;a!id  also,,af.  the ���fo.lluvv.ii.it;.
������ l);:t.ei.s-: ',:���:���.'���/ ���''���-..������
;; AlIicM-L Caiiyoir; ���:���'
'."^'ii.-ioiory. -.,,:������  .'..'��� ,':v'
'.:i'-:-;G'o!dcir"!>,'������' .:���;,;���;/ .':���
A.-i-ovyJiead ���;:-:.���
:':��� Cot tin'pi ix   -;-
: \f Ti-oiil I iiko'.C'ity"''
Paleynndipt Spring
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"liogersPass.. ���: , ;v,:,i
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'I'lioiiis-iai's 1-hudins:
C'aiiibonie !- '.-.''.'..���...-:-"���
.:;l''oi-y;iis6'ii';-; .'���;��� ���.;', '.\''\;\
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CITY I1KAI,TI!
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��� -..-'   A'v..-/oi ���...������������:- wi'l'VOli'it- ���'-;: ���-.-���'��� -"vv ;'������������'
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i".Ofi'ido: tiiylor Uloc-k, 'Aliielunzio'Ayemie.
r iirA iV"v ;te^- &: i.1 cO a r; tj^ i?.:^:<;;^;:r::;
;'"y;^;;/i'!AiU]isj:Fixs.Jbj^Ci^
. Oi.'rici:s :   Aloi.so.vs ,;i'..V.\-ic   i;i.ocic, .I!iiVi:i.-:
���."..:; ,::.',.������:������-    .-:. isTpiiisi;u.,*.1--'   >;...-��������� ,a)J-.',--.
'���'���'��� Moiicr'to loan.-,   ',':'' .'-'      ; -;. *' ���.',:���':^i.-
������'��� pllietv-: .Ifi'VelstoUe, P. C.i Koi-t.Stcele;-Tl. C.
���":Oi;o,S.'i\icCA:iTi::u; < -:S'.  d.A. Hakvky; '..   _
:-,;:;. rPeTulsioke; II, ,C;������;.: : ;.'Kurt.Steele; P. C.
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:M'.:,SUOTT..B:A��� LL.D..
JJAKHiSTt;:?,'  Soi.ici'roit, .. NoTA'hV
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' Ilovai Scliool of Minos, London.     ;
Seven vuars at'Jiorfa-.Work's, Swansp.a. -. ������..,
- .Suvcn'.jjon.years  Ohiut* ^Jhotnist to At igtuv
'^hatt!c:.lSrnniiKK Mines:-r'k'  I:in'vtiui'ucoiinecnov
i-ivery "du.-ia-iption-. of assay  tiiid:tumlyUea!
wiirknit io'i-iakea. ������������",: " ���    ,.'"���'���' ���: ���' '"������"������
t'!iii!i!s'c.viuiiitii-.d and repoi'tcu-.tipon., ���
.:/.:i;'K\;ELa.roiCK,-iCc..,.':�� j.;:V;..:;';.. .-,.,':
LqairBillfP^
%^5'^a\^W^^;^:'^:r^
j/v^';!:-. '"^'���v:'"":->^:;:. ��� ..:* tA^^'^^"'."';---' ���-'-'i^.':'."'^'.- "-..'."~.-".;v ;Z
���..'.���vlirvthc^liov^^
Gurtis,'������;read;-Irpih'':  Mrv;':::'.:-Ma--rj;in?si
rp'eeches;a't Ottawa -against"raiiivay
nionoppjy,;;'andZ^ye!H';";on;^
out��instances in'wbicli;;;he:;.:claimed,;
S railwiby'^competitibhivin, theAiupper'
j'couii't;''i-y -hadi|had;-a;benqficeht cliTec't.?
FH,o-.a;il^
J'je;s;:::^vo!u'itl;';.:;-''E.pmetin^
{: pr'.eyen i;-;fhc lie fi'cct '*bp';Cpmpc,Litidn,
!dii;a->cohi'(didet!-:llbai"
ways.;i;s']:li.tZvv'hich ..opera..tc'diitp re-;
ouce'r:ilc?v, ^ '���< ".-'(n..        00\\\-y^
-���;.feo:fai:ias--tlie:; government = con h'ol:
.'pt'rhtesAiiis concerned,, he ':bel:evecl;
'in'...l:uiVi.h,g.':.;tinit^prp'yisip.n<';:in. local
ibarters.' but argued that :the'power
.lay with the,'.'Dominion';government."".
viie''. instanced 't���he..'.c^ti���.e.���:pfV'the���;,.^Iani.-'���
''tohti'\raihvay,Tii.irin'diegard'i'.tb wh'ich
'.the' right: had. been ;:ia; sen ted;,; to.
'There wa'S",the.;ad.vahttige:',pfc:ha.\'ing.
it oii:';]pca1';;cliar'tciv; thati'it y/as'-.a'
declaration on t'hc;;-par,t.6;  railw
n'compaPies'. that.'':thoy-were<;��� yviiling
that*thfi-go,vcrnnK'Pt;i-]vouLd control
the .rates, 'and' an .intimation .to the'
yjnee, .was-/ that., of vgoverriment.
';iy-ner.?bi]\,.. Thh'C ;wns;; ho possib;-
lity of a combine'in that",caf:e and
the road Avotild   be" absolutely con-,
���-trolled by. the public  at' .all;���-time?'.-'
Ife.''moved a vote of;: want /of- cohfi-
dence in the government because of
its;failure to nndertalve"' thei;'Coast-:'
Kootenay   road,  as  a government
'work:'.;������ The.motion/was defeat'ecl/by.-
a,vote oi;31 ,to4! ;;:-.,;.-; i>\[,;:,;���..--'"',-.":
iAi-;-:'.���-'���V:v.-:..-.wi-rJNE8DAY;j:...''-^'.;_M;:.-.:. ^���;;r;i':
,  .'The '-'.luipigen'ien.'t.. of ��tlie Loan ;bil!,:
w'liit'h on Monijay....li,-iil 'developed  (inly'
a |ii:<'liiiiio.-!|.y  skii'aiisli, deve!oped   to-
ilay'iiilo,:! liirjit oil ,-iliii:��' t lit* line,   into
u lii(-lr?ilii/   liig.-.-jjjuiis   .-is:well , as   the
S'nia'II:,, arms'    liavc ,   liet'ti  '-. (li-a^^ed.
Ali's^!-^.;,;,iW:r!Jhiliips-..'���'���'iii'ivl ; Ala'ciiii -liad
���l.lie. f|i,o|. io t liei'iisni v'es in I he morning,
'and llie hotiiii' vvas ti'c-iti'i) toi speeches ;
froiii iioth geiitlenieiiiW'lncb w.eny'fiilly"
itjtial to iiiiythinpr" (hi'V  have, ciffiired
'lii-evuiiisly t(i llii- honsea nd  the ��� coii fi-
li-y. ^ .Whatever, d oil lit, inay have ex-"
isted before ill, regard ,t<i the 'iniitteiV.
/Ilie leader,'of"the  bpposilioii  dispelled
���iir^tiestion'asjio  liis atliludi' hy ;lbe
���Teanit sl.-tieini'iit.which  be linuleV1 Mis
iifgiiiiii'iill'vvas;i very clever asseinlilioji;
.-.(,)?���'faels and   placing;.-of  pcisit'ions,  fin-
"i he pbrjiose nt .jiisi i lying, what -;M'enie(V.
losViiiie' of  his 'snpi'iii'lers  a swell   tis:
iliose (iii the'iiilier siilt' (if..llie,;li(iiisH!in
illii'irie'arjKisilii.iii.'   '.'.;''   ;   .       :';;.; :. ;;
:',   11 e si al'ted..On' I; vvi th a.. si :\ teineii t -1��y
;no 'iiieans^iievv,;1:;iii(l, vvlii(-b : hii^ ;.lii'eii
('iiiiiicial ed J,y iiiin I ilne tiiid   again; '!on
:Jhe' ptililic';-'|>l.a't fit'niis';., pi'. I he;: coimti-yj
iia!iiely,*.:,tbii|,,,gov,i'i-niiH'iiL;i (twiiership -
';u;as ;:'the. (,iilyT \v;iy" in  vyliieh ;ei)iiipe-';
tltion/coiild lie provided   iii Jhis^pi-py-.
iinr'-oi".'  .T^ing;'.; Ins    slaiiib f.tin :��� j IwlL-
,.|iTi,s.i,Uo'n' die.' arglie/}  (11;t( :tc<i\;**.i*m11<*11V
ii\ynei--liip,iipl:h('iog vpiieliSMfed.-a dtill
.eiiili'o(llyiiig.ns;iiiiii!y!"|iriii(Wpl(?S; (if.: the,
platformcii vvliii;h',he appealed "lit,, I,lie'
people iisi possiiile:; yy/is  one : vyhieh;yhe
n'n!st;suppoi,i :;ain'lvilie"n he   pointed;'!o
iipereenlagelif: the 'eii'riiing.-.;,;; govepii-
inent Conli-ol (,f. rali's, the const ruction:
nf 7t litin^e ;u-i-oss'it lie  FrtiSPt ;P
"Nevy \yesfiinnsler, and.other .features,,
;is: nii'iu ;oclojilatiptis   itf'.   iIiy; ,pulii-y
\vliiili lit* li.-trb(M!tJiii('(l,\vhf*n. he  iiiMfle
��� hislast, and'fata I appeal ylo'lhe country.;
!;:v--'Aidr^(n-er^
pwnci-slnp''baying', lieen denied, f t avas
idle- to 'expe.cl eoni)i(;t it ion, liy������;;��� giving-:
liu.'.A eon tract,  t'oi'.'the-.ioad': to :';i  ,siip-
ippsetPy:competitive liii,', vyh.ich hy tlie
'very. teriiis of it.syhai terivvvdiielr'cpidd
;iint'... lie pv, rriiled   by aiiy;; act/tif;'the
li'-gi.-ilii'lurt'.'.-iiiight;.'. liVn 'oyer', its .iighls
li^dhiyO.;P.iRi.:' alie'JaitiM-v-i-itad^vbo'
held lo he t he iri|ily:one in a' |i,osiLi(in;'of
sulTii.ii'iit't'espiiiiHliiliiy: to vvairajilt.lie:
governuieiit KgivinW-:]!. -the.,:.''.Vigii'ti^-i'tp''
liiiild.    It'h}itl: jir<.j11'i"| y::'':'i(T- Slaiidiog-,-:
a ml it i L f aj ii^t'l ir.a d lie re) I" j iS^coii I'rac.t ���'
i't'-.eoilld'-'lte; coinpi;iled;' to"''do'^'sd" ill ���' Llit*
coVtrt'si":-:-.'.,'.:���..���;:','"���">;, v V,'"-'llA. i-;;  'S' :X.i:''- -;
.;;'^]iii;iri;he;&';P. nrfailed.loliiiihbthe,
'���road.:,- '.a i id; .f ei'iisc'd ;.lp aceeii.t- I he.:;tci-ilis
'as soiiglit. Uk lieiiiiiposed .by v.: the':, gov-,
'���erii'i'iienti W'hat,  LheiV? / This "was ;y I he
(piestion: whieli Jionfiriiiile geiilh-meti:
: were ���'���'very, ."-"rearVyV. to ��������� proppuiKl;- , INJ ii^t
tlu;   govei-niiiciit ��� stand ;idle , in -tlie
;niht i e'l'?.'. '���;Had. ;'t he, ;'"0. ������:,PV^':R;V;g'iit::'. u;
I'.osit if.ni \vliei-e ihey; had, lh,.' 'pt-(n;ii:ce
at"t hi-ii''. uifi'i y.   iHerely, liei-aiwe..���'.t.hi'y
arc I iji;.oilly-1 ,.:!'���!>(.' railway of staiidiiig
'jhr'tTie-pVCIv'-itice''?'    '.;: ;,';:.'���    "v^.-v 11.1C" ?/'!'. ���
1 Alt"? .M;triitV 'hail antieipnled this ct'in-
leave the powet: of dei iding \vh;it, was
thep|.op,-i.1eo;ill'vctlOii ��� Vvil h V;inri,ntv;.|-
in tlie liands (,f t he ex-'ciriiVe. !ta\ ing
ii'oiit-eil a .disposition I, \\\ ij^lilioM jiislic-e
fronV his city; in tlie ni;it let ./iif I lie
.courts. IL' siiid'lie would not consent
'fcn a (hillarof the: subsidy.It ing granted
tittI il ;l! ains 'wei-e actually riiiining it:-
..'to.ytiiicouvtr.' ;������-���;'��� ������. ��� . ���������y\ ..'".':.���':���������.������.",;���;''.'',���������'':
Mr. Ilall on,, the other hati'd sei'iited
danger for Victoi-ia, wliit-lilie said: was
likely to be sidelracked, .-iiidititiinaled
dhtitlie .\ypul(l;:.not :,(-oiisetit. to it dollar
of siibsidylti'.iiig given until a d.-iily
fen y was iit netiwii operatibiiala speed
i.f ;il least. 1-1miles an , hfiui' bet ween
Victoria and-1 lie mainland;;. '.?.l 'i.ly^ll'l:
-Mr. Iloiisloii i-iiid , .Mr.i'Kiild Avert' I lie
iither,:spetikers 'liefore the , liieiuIters
iose for, din lit r.:       ���; .'-'���' -������' '..���      ,'";' ;���',,,'
Tlie, reply for the gov-ei-niiient was
niadt; by Hoii. Wi.JJMIride, who '.win's
at sotitc' paitis to point out that I liel'liill
wiis a gover111iieh.t iiieasure��� drafled.,It'y
tlu'iittoiviey-general, tuid thiit it would
lie cariiedUty the;..government without
any;"assistance-'from the ineinbers of
the1 (ippitsitioiiv 0lie 'ftualie'iv indicated
tli/ii,he preferi-ed toctist iti his hit vviih
ai:Caiiatii;iii;i-oad riiihi'i'; t liaii vvil hone
fipiti the United Sl.-tles. He held that
:;ity,-lhe. btiildiiigj'f 'dhei hi'iilge'Vivi'rthe
Fraser i-iyijiyilie Not tbern;!;P;ieifi<' aiid
���(Jreiit Not t hei hiAv-iMiUliset-iire'iVniry'in.
lo Va'iiciiuver, vv-hich'iii'ithec-i'itii-se of tr
fevv;'yetirs/;i:would::, |��.*';.'"i licit -^piiiicipa
lieadqiiai'ters,, without;': aiiy ,;iissl>tiitic(!,
;Wb:i.lcVei'i.;r^-.:   ;,;���-:-;;l-;:;-'���'-���'-'..;;������ :,'-:i.;:i':;'.::-:;;^.;..".V,-i;:'
^ The second; read ing;, passed, on tlie
folic >v\- i i l j< :tl j'\" i ;s i r��ii .:''-i-::3,'-.'V'; V'^: ^'.\ '"���:'-':fc' - ^;. ��� '-'v^;:.-...
U Ayes..���Messrs.- M(-Iniies,4VGiliiiotir,
Stables, 01iveiv::Neii|,'I>i'bHwi; Maiiliii,
-Munrii'v Iviilil; jGri-fcnV;lloiisLon; FLtiil^i
MePljillips, rIelni(-kei)^Tninee,:Dut)s-;;
;i!hi!rivffil)ei;^
(i;liflVii'(bi';Ta:il(ivv,viijayvvaiil,'';"Giirdi-'iii;
I;j i j t p ii, tHlP rent i ce|'';'; '^ V > ��� II �� I. -: M ct! i-i d'ey;
'Murphy,,:;, Rogers,- ;Hui)p.i',V;Tiiyl(ir,;
;Di ck.ie a ii d :?i\.I oti 11ce-rMl 1' ������'���: ���''::'"������'���:';:;:"������'.
���-Nays.--i\lessi's; Curl is,; ������iiavUhorii-:
I h vv/the, inid: E:' G. 8111 it li-3. '  ''>l0k
LIGHTED
fleatcd ty
c belli; and
l'rce bus meets alt
JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR
-jTARGE    AND    WELL,
"^^S hot air a ad uloctrii
littlit in every room, l'rce b
ttains.
KEASCIiAELE  RATES.
Night Grill Room in connection for the
con\cnicncf of {{Wts an-miiy nnd dc-
paxting by nighl.traiin*."' Hourly street
car between hotel and station.
 REVELSTOKE, B. G.
i'
WieZOXiES^ILIE]
Wine & Liquor Merchant
EVI
THE CENTRAL HOTEL.
ABRAHAM BROS.
P;Ppppi|Bp^ITH
IieIicineS
p'
^evvly built. Fiist-cl.i8��
in every respect: AH
moo'ei n conveniences.
Lui"e- sample rooms. Fire
pioot" safe. * J''ie"e 'bus
meets all trains.  .
Under same manapreineiit.
QUEEN'S HOTEL,
TROUT LAKE CITY
mi
i !;:i,setu-y, ,h nd.'ie tl id not fit ii to aclniit'
that lie yv-ould,hail ju-t!?iich^i state'of
affa'-ir^'^.T^^^
e'-u.iVI he charters, the  government.
l hi ma tiers piTltti iiinp to health; an d
III'e 111 eii; find, vyo 111 e 1 i. can 1101'a'ft'(ti'd to
exiiei'iiiH'iit.itiolislily.-x vT:his^ is..eti|ie<;'i-"
;illyt.i-iie in  regard  t.o the use of inecli-
cines lhathayo no estalilished meril.of
rt'ptiiatitin. 1,. c., -> \: : ���- ��� v'v-:    .;������.!���'���.''���::���:'��� ���'���'���������
' - Wlteiv ihe. phyt-it-iil ���''|iinvers;,Ji'i'i,i.'iiii'-'
I aired^.vv'lieii-yoii^'iire  vvea.k'.iieryoiis',
iciilitli.le,:   'di'.-iioiid'ent,   ^^leei'less,;:^;!';
vyei^heddovvn vvilhtliiH^iii'etl feelings.
so:;'ctiiiinioii' iii.-this season; it.''.'iS-'.\v;jsi-.-
tind ';.pi iideiit to'use"the ineilit-ine lliiit'
'lias given  he.-tlthi villi.-and, activity to
thousands of weak ntid diseased ..peoi'ile.
in'-tlie'-jiasl. ������;   ���'������';0:- ll'-. ���;-':',;; ';.;.--
: This ; ,staf(y   certain'    healL|i-f^ivitip
medicine id P,iiiie's Celery,(Joijijioiiiid/
Borninion :lhat!'it^,Houlcl,'hayc,,'ij-'o'���! ,^
i'^iAfe^l1}'^^^'^
iiy^lluVUCplineciiOr;:, :.:As��u;^ ^o^fi'ee.ly nrescri-lied by mir lii^l |tiiysir
]]e:^h;ilc!-;]lO.;hQj;,e ������ ���; Ul/ij-; 'the/govenv j;ti0i!'which ni.e'll-ide'r^i.'f-'-'tlie (;|>ik)sitiuii !:;of,';Prtine'S; Celery: .;Coiii|)oiiiid," n l.wi 11
A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY. & A HOUSEHOLD BEAUTIFIER.
A dry powder put up in 51b. packages and in 25 beautiful shades.
When house cleaning' be sure and use MURALO rind'have something for your work.    Easily applied'and wont rub off.
McLennan, McFcely & CO. Ltd., !22 Cordova St., Vancouver, B. C.
B��aai|.|i,��������iiiniiiiaiiii����iiiii���i.'iiiT����iiBni mi im mihhidi
CARPETS,
ART SQUARES,
RUGS,
LINOLEUMS,       I
WALL PAPERS,
OURTAINS,���iiyO., ETC
v   "' "    Every tiling to furnislv'a Hoir.c in mo'dest or elal^ktc style.  . > v
.Write for our 1901 Catalogue���free. It contains iuoo Mutations, all priced.
'3L-:'
Complete Furnishers,
'   ^Victoria, b. C.
���   <}\h  'ri	
,. THE ' PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE
No. 4 K.��W.-0. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C. \)i   ' '
Gold. Silvor-Load and Copper iVlinoH vvnntcd at tlio EXCirANGK. .'.irr       ���   ?     (
lfUEE MILLING GOIjU properties wnntwl nt 01100 for Kiibtcinlnvcstortt. -
Vnrtios Imvltijj mitijng-propurty for salo uro l-oquestocl to send samplearpt their ore to tho
EXCITANGK foroxhilwion. .. '        '{iV;     ,
All stitnpltw slioul'l lio ^cnt by nxpross. PrfRPATI), , ,
Con-csug.ndonuc-holloltcd.   Adclrctts all communications to ;~rz. "'
Tolophonc No. lOi,   P. 0, Cox 700. ANDREW F. ROSENBffillGEIl, Nelson, B.C.
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"FTlDWAni);iV, MAGG'E-v. ���������":.   . ���-��� ,
iihi: I'k^xxi.^-1-.'>���'������!..���.���:;'-��� ''���'������������
,.' ';. ii '.Mining' Enciinkek,^ ���.,.������'���'  ���'; '
"(Mcni!.''Atn:ricli!i .InstiUucMiniii'p; EiTsineer-)
''.'���'    -.i'M'jni.'.CaiiaUinn'MI.iiinglu^titute.)1   . .;
ir;cnr,R'av]d:Ccnirol:;;;ihe irate?. ;It
did not doit /yriili :;t:h:eCro\\ ''t^ei-i
railAvay;.'.]:i^.raul;,.uUf<3V!gh'''it" had
tile: .power-;;The 'Ferriie B6nni
of
Traclo 'had "'reccntiy complKiied
an increa?e':i:n'thbj'e '.rat^s of 50,per
;ceiit.    All the hope from, thatypro-"
���y'itipn.'la-yrin the."future.
Ktan>inai"icn-nf and repbrt^on  Mineral' Pro- ! :^ig^t.;conie;,^vhtn , a       _
;���"������ 1   \ ',���'-perLio=a',Spc(.'ia!r'.v..  ,' ���    ..;,:, :|:-n-OUid GOme into   power that AVOUlCl'
'������'"��� '���'���'  ���'"" '���'''''".'"'" ��� ��� ���������������- Khp .'riTpr'a red to'exercisc it.
. ; ��� '������ : -. ; ��� ...., -   . t        ,    i. x & o
ItEtKLSTOKE,  B. C.
(k',v; ul IV limped ;nr..'\v    .-' ������/';;���' ;_���������,    ���'
'���;��� -Siiffi;:> tl|ir''.'jr(Mi4'.i~il nnt.lino;f'i: Jiis ;i!.'
i-'ulsn- (..'>:.���.!hi-'.i.ilK in 'jfiyi.c;��li"'iltl.��(i'tijrlV
lH*'n'it'.ii-iM-tl iii-.-t it'iltl���'.���'\v;iy sottnV of its.
j>,;i! (lies. ���' lu.������stinie'v itis-tttiici'S his 'sujic-'
^."Sti-d' .-i.ini.'ii'diiif-'n'l.-i ;'w'i��r'��''siu'-li'';;is io
(,7ii'i.s<'';tii..ttiitiist'rl smile to ii'iin l-tuiiicl
Ihe d''iyi,U),..(:'n;ti��i.li(.iv��� For .ii.i>tniicij, :\\tl hiMd'
I !i��.t Vji nniu \;.':r.s jK^i I ion ,i ri' & lie .gener-
ii] scln'UH' \vpiikl: b��' .liinre.clcaiiy'clp-
li'ii.-cl ->i"ntl th.-i.L nri-.tii^iMiif'tits >huiild'lie.
govern mem
I'iMiiiv..IlitisiJ in the! (iiiliiuiry u;;ilk's hi
i i I'i. ���.,'.' ii iti;: (.-11'l-j^y 11 mn, .��� la \vy ers, 'r'-j i f i'I^i''^.
'liifini>i;rh".(if-.; |ini-li.ini,'iit uiul, h\iik.'iv,
iii.-ihy (>f'.\yIi,>ni'; it h.-vri resc-iiud fi'oiii
siiilVring and tlt'jilh. . -; ':''���';; ;. ���."',-���'
If you'seek lictililrand.vigor; place
yciiir fa.i.lli in Piiinirs Celery (Jonipmindi
and Avlien you purcliase he sure'you gel
tlvei iglit tirtii-li'. Seu. tlittt.' th.i! Itiillk-
and :lihx .lin:s'.tlu-*'--;-';n.��� t>no'r^.'.i?A.l2^IS"S,''.'
ii-i'vd', Iii'e.;"'-.Stai.k' of. Celery; - l.liiW.- is-the
kind   lliiU-
"""I ''" ' ,fT^ ''^^/^ '  r^ * - '"fi^S <* 'i T ���'���'' ^e^rril1c   )fi    the   road' .UT  the | .j,'i,��cl.'-,for 'riii'iniug. .(henu^h Vleeper^tn Konly ; gi'iiuine . make��� the
Q/DC  H\00i���l]d;5 ^-^'^^ i,hortho'ivehd of thevh-la.nd, he ?n.i(] :;\>;l,,;-,.uy,-!- and  Vi<:u.ria,.   \yh'ii%-i;iiy.t'\i��mi^
'-.-:. ;'v':: '���' ���.'.''-":.������ '. ;���.." "������' v;i'i__i::^ \M'was���impi.ort.'ijit-- thtic i'the. control ��� sin. rat.^hViuli'ii-iifi in'runlilViie deter-1'....;,' '.''"''" .���'���'"' '."-..'������ ��� -''\,y [
==rr=^^-^.-==-_...-_._n _-.���-....._���..��� ��� ��� .^{'.'i-.vtcjj.'c-ho'uh
and with/.it-comes the question of where you can purchase to the best
idvarrtage''A NEW SPRING SUIT. ' Wejiavc just opened up our"
Spring Slock of Suits, Pants, Shirts, etc!, and feel safe in saying that \vc
can  more- than -please -you- in those lines.   We also carry the SLATER
SHOE. ..��,;:���.,<;.������<- , i-\   '".,./   '    :   -   - ���   "���'-; '   '   '   ;
Needless to say our Groceries'are always satisfactory.' Drop in when
passing and see'for. yourselves! Costs you nothing to see goods. No
trouble to show them. ���      .  ��� ��� ��� -''   ���
.FRIDAY;"-M-^-Y' 10,' ICOl.
'I'
m.-one cnu
evi-i-v
IwtiNvfi-tr,
haying   the
:tii(:Te'ar(
���Yi'y.X:
in.- confidently,  expected,
he lie r  clays  in, store ,f Oliver ii'!iu-kwt;'t,l"i(.ri tiiero m np
i whv North Kooiena vt hot!Id
n.i.i.'H'U
^ii'Of IliO ��� Jgli.rnc.U-.LO the O'ller. "v; |';'-��VnoL*->>"'" -t-i-i'. .lite' r.^iii-et/vc   nt.inliff of
-���]������ .He   referred ���4o    the ��� rropoieu \ pds^eiiK-i-J'a ill" two j(.ini..-.  SVhit-h'-
' clionee���in'.'regard'. ,t'o tho: percenrage ��� ev-i^'ei'y had n.r,:iv>-d .lJi���*" liid.^t-'- jVa's.s-
to   be  raid to "the i.-ro-
I'nger-f. u'onio ri-n-:
I IVaf'-pat tit'tilaf ,!.(,!
Hiiffer inrchfrein 'ihe drop in, ''the-
.;ir:ce o: !e:id. T'l-e.-orc-s, of ihe:j
' :l<:,wde;iU.iire c-.-?sential'ly silver, ore^.-j
. with a'low pereentage.of'lead, find f
: .'n' rive of ii-'f.j\v. ct np in , Silver wjllj
."���i::oic thi:n c-on"ij.c-3T::U'i for the loi=-
in leacii" , '."���' l>
rl.
If LAND AND MAINLAND.
TlVoVo i- a -trnngkeling growing
airning'thonghtful tr.en ''i-lj-rough'o'ut
tlie.province that in ordei' io oh'tJiih
ihe lent re.-nits for .British   Colum-
,j':t'. the ; rovmcc
T'il
i'.
it exists today
(.��� to !.e subdivided i-nto two
:.:  V;;'nc.o'uv.er  Jslond. ;irif]
ot earnings
vincc,   ih;u:.tlie  4   per'cent.' 'paid
?ho,u!d, notexeeed '1 ��� j;er ecu?', of the
money advanecch   ���'.Ihis'.'m'e'ant. that
a   road. Ay!.en   its. ..earnings .--were
r maliest.dn tije early stages', would
ay:4 per cent., and when  its earh-
'arge it should only
its  gross  earn-������
This, was ������ the -very opposite ;.Krea't afiv-in
���proper..']ji;ac'tice."',-It did not! mm,!!)��'.. -
for much, hq said, that the j ,,51r. MaiUn
p.r.etnier  was  willing to "btiild the
Island road under thor^e conditions,
beeaus.cl there  was' no;intention of
going iiliead with that road, in view
Of the  refusal   of  the . ijominion to
gra'ht d stibsidy..,  He, observed that
the,bill eontained  no  provision as
I Notice of Dissolution of Partnership'
| \T OTK'K i>- Itorc-by'iftypii t litili tlio partiiorslilp
| jJS ���'Iti.rrt.ofot'b cxlslliiy��� licLwecn lliu iiikImv
1
ings were very
j'..ii.y.2''i;er ���ami. o.ni
.'il'���rS'.'
Icf'tho
count
"MoiV. .Mr. f'^iiy.-s i'hi'i'i-fipon diiiy;,'s'k-
;���<! if [lie iitr'inilw in which I he le^i;-Ia-
li'u.'e sat/wcinlil.'ii' ���'excepted io f in���.t-n]-
i-iiiit'i ioii, ri^hl l.v rst initsting that, ifVill
I lie.di'putut iiuiy./which -yerlc audi
uii.ii  Ihe preoiii-r   and.'llic- cxHcuiivt
ti/e   LertoiniH for    _..
.',.���.; '��� j rliiiied iiiider the i)iiuic(;Mliu.It,:vc)stoko {.llj,'iu
'.'.'���i'. .''.'    ���';. .M.'iiiiiffKittii'iuicC'pinpiiiiy. cai-i-ylitKon bu-incK!-.
Ii iiv ask- ! iw'c'Plf iiiaiiiifiicLni-ui-.s at.Itov.ofstnko, K.'f',.'
i hud'dii.:(,(]!i.v Ij'jcii ill.-?ali:c<l by mutual cyti-ctH-..
���rriie H/ittllltlis >.f-ll'fo Uite'jim-ln('i-slili),wlll,lji
j |..fil<I,iiy the wiiiliiiilnjf part-m-r-t .5 ylitt Ktliiri-I.-
j Siiid-Jitni(<f< K, 'Ifiu-rlH, Kiid nil n'ccoiintH dtto tin
i lute firm iti'c'to Ij t |iti!(l to Lite ��nino itorHuiis, ,
.     ,     .. 5    Dutc'l t!ii;t.'.'ui!i'dtty of Aiti-lt, A; D., 10UI.    . ���-'-..
eric   tiudi.'inC'.'s i   ��� ,-.'.-'     ���   ���   .
W'Jltice.i: ,������':.. ,   ������.
..Cko. S.'Jfct'-viiT^it..     - -     ,. ���'' , ..
Front .Street/ Revelstoke, B.O.
hi'/ i!-,'t
,-ii
ige do; fog the  sessional
-, lie ���'
e.'itii
j! i '.'.':
:ncc
-1;!!K
:ing   or
':;: 1:'
ch- vributarv
.province
ill   lornr
thereto cor:-
.;v.-h'i]'u the
!h?,o!hor,
to ��� no'n-em ploy moil t, ,ot a. lien labor,
and said he intended to move to
have it inserted1 in the Comox and
.('ape ,c'cott, charter, from which it
was oir-itted. .
.I In coneiiision he said: he believed
the corripetition in1 regard to. the
Coast-Kootenay road, which-���'������'.vou.kl
l.ir:! .'crvc tlie  i!itere^(;;  i;f the pru-
i)of oTiiy io Id ,���liiinself i
hound to support the :oea<;in>, Initllin'l ;
cvciytine whn ,-!ic;)OrOd him or lii< j
gr/vei nnii'.rit. wht'dd ..he -it! cliitv 'huiinrl.,
to iie'cord'sitppfirt���������.triiih'e ,1-ill. ' " ���'j
���(;m plain Tai.iiiw. foljowed Ihe leadet ���!
of ihe oppositinn, aiid counriciided hiio'l
'for tin exccll'-iit, speerh from a CP.lt.
point, cf View. He (-hided; ,'l.lm leader
(il'l.h.'oppo.siljon will) using'lhe word
'"we" i.o speaking if Ihe ���jnref'niiit'nl,
and Ihouglil il indiea li-d a rondilioMor
l,liinj,'s which l.nnl heen hinted at. in Lh"
puhlic pr.cs-t. .,    ���     ���
Mr.'Miirlin I.iier'ei.iofiii ww and.said
llii'ie' \\'iis no .foundalioii whatsoever
for siii-Ii a Matoincut.     .. -.    -.
(..'apitidii Tuliuiv wul not disppseil ,l.o
'.   A. V. .'T.'-.WAUT,
J. V. irAMU.-V ���������'-'
j. k. iiAitKi's,","- ���;.
r.ylilH Jf/.'ty, .I.F, rinn-lk
Mining^
With Canadian Supplement
J".
ably, furnished-'.wish. the choicest; the';mfirkct
affords.   ---Best 'Wine'3, Liqn'orsj -'&-Ciga'rs'.':i"""''',;'���";'''
Rates $i "a'day.'" Monthly ratfe! ''    ".""   "''"':"""    "'"'.'.
'albert ; stoite; '^iHoipl >
233   Broadway,
Now  York,  U.S.  A.
rw*HI' -irttNt'-nnil   .11 oM   rnllttontlal
itllit)iik   I'tiper    In   (lie  World.
Stiiu|>Ic Copy Free.     :   :   ;   :   :   :   I   ;
Wholesale alicl Retail ..- ������'�����'   -
*      *     ��� ��� i .
!e.at: Merchants.
Weokly Kdltlon,,,3J.f.O por annum, postpaid.
J-IonthJy
1,50
4
Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:
wama^mmttamsassmsmmssmBSsmmSSSms^S^Xm
r
A] THE KOOTENAY MAIL
i
FirM, class sleepers on all train��,'
Tourist Oars
Pass Kcvclstokc Daily for St Paul,
Fridays for Montreal and Uo-ton,
- Sundays and Tuesdays for Toronto.
Trains
for
Kootenay
Points
- Leave Revelstoke at 8:10.
Main Line    ",
Kootenay Lodge j
A Beautiful Engraving of
""""���*'QUEEN VICTORIA,
For Only 10 Cents.
* -Tlieregularntecting-
are held in t lie Mas
onie Temple, IJotirne
 . Hall,  on  the   third
==fMt}-nday -in  each
"^ month  at   S  p.   in.
Visiting   brethren
cordially welcomed.
G. S. McCAUTKU, Skcketakv.
REVELSTOKE LODGE, i. O. OF., No. 23.
.siJSwfe^fiSj ' RoguHr meeting arc held
���^��S77Wj&y5��fe^ in Oddfellows' If.vll cverv
VJSt&ilZs&gkJp^ Thursday nitflit at, eight;
���%��&&&Z?��r^gst:Csy o'clock. Visiting brothers
*7&��&faa-ig&F cordially welcomed.
B. WATKUSOX. N.G. J. A. STOXE, F.S.
II. N. counsiEit, U.S.
SELKIRK LOCG3, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.
^_J��-?��S^^        fleets every Tuesday
st^^mklnfi^^*^   evening in Oddfcllowr.'
/v      YjL-LML ^m1*1111    at   8   o'clock.
fC^G^^-^^^^Yt Visiting brethren cor-
\fe^^ v^��'dially invited to at
tend. -
A. E. KLVCAID, N. G. ���        J. MATIIIE, Sec.
All over the world Ihc-c pictures will be .-old
'Xotie knew her but. to love her: None named
her but to prai.-e." There are ten million people
in the L'nited State- and C.ui.td.t who will each
want one of the-e beautiful picture*. Thcj arc-
full size. 1C\'2). X.j expends ha- beeti -p ircd
ami tli>* picture i- well won In uf a hiuid-ome
frame. Agcnt-'can -ell 100 a da v. Samples by
Mail, po.-t paid, i:v.
1 do^en pictures, "jj.. -ell for SI.2,1, profit Lie.
9) pictures .?:tny    ������     sao'i    ������    S-MKi
100      " ?o.0D    "      Sl'i.00   "    &5.00
)   riettcr order 100 at ones and -triko while the
Iron io Hot.   .'The time to sell goods i* when
the people want them.    Thev want them now.
HOIWE'NOYELTY MFC. COMPANY,
P. O. Box 518, Dept. C3i,
CHICAGO,        : : ILL
Before   the   Chinese
Commission.
Interesting  Figures   Given by  the
General Superintendent.    ,
The Japanese wore sensitive and
.patriotic. ''
Chinese cooks were employed on the
Coluinhia-Kootenay steamships lie-
cause other cooks could not he obtained, although ;in attempt had heen
made to procure them from the east.
To   31 r.   Folev���The   Chinamen em-
.r.i]i>
;i t e
En M.
DAILY TRAIN'S
West
F.Ol) arr.
��� Kcvclstokc
arr.-17.10
8.20 lv.     '
���    Revelstoke
lv. 17.30
l'ov rate, tickets, and full information apply
to
T.W. BRADSHAW,
,    /L't,
Revelstoke.
E. d. COYLE,
A. G. P. A.,
Vancouver.
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS
Royal Mail Lines.
. Choapost Routo to tho Old Country.
IJKAVEK LIXE-Frotn St. John Halifax.
S.S. I.u>iuvn!a               Mch. HU     ��� Melt. Oih
\Vaswu -                ���       ���"  15th ���:   lljl I;
l.nkcClmmplain    ���         "   S.'nd Jlrd
Ltiko.Met'nnlic  .-'           " ^'Jlh "  Jtlth
ALLAN* LIN'E-Front Portland.
Numldfan Melt. 13th
.Corinthian   \ /'    '?<�����
���    Sicilian    ���       ��� " ,. 2(lh
Parisian April 3rd
.   "     DOMINION" LINE���From Portland.
Vancouver 3TcIi.  fjtli
Dominion "    2Ji[l
Cambrornnn      ���      -. ��� .  '- ���o01-M
Pas*cnjrors ticketed through to all parts of
Great, Mritain and Ireland, and at specially low-
rates to all parts uf the European continent.
Applv to nearest railway or steamship agent or
to
T. W. BRADSHAW, Agent. RoveZatolio.
TIMB~TABLE
S. S. "Lardeau.".- ���     -
Running between Arrowhead and Thomson's
landing commencing Juno 1(1, 19JU, will sail ns
follows (weather permuting):
Leave Arrowhead for Thomson's ..Landing
nnd t'ontaplix at 7k. daily. ' '
Leave Thomson's Landing and Comaplix for
Arrowhead at 1/k. daily, cunnccting with all
('. P. It. train* and boats.    '
The owners reserve the right to change times
of mailings without notice.
, the fred robinson' lumreu co. l'td.
��� ������    <      ���     f. roiunson;
Managing Director,
ORANGE    LODGE   NO.    1C5S.
Regular meetings arc held in
tho Oddfellow's Hull on the
"Third Friday of each month, nt
8"p,' in. sharp. Visiting brethren cordially invited,
T1IOS. STEED, W. M.
\V. O.'BIRN'EY, lice. Sec.
COURT MT. BEGBIE
I, O. F, No. 3161.
Meets in the Oddfc Iows
Ilnll on tho- second and
fourth Mondays of ench
month... .Visiting ...brethren   inrU'id to 'attend.
K. D.-J.'CVJOlINSOX,
, '������      It. S. .
Gold Ilango' Lodge,
K. of P^i: ���
Ko. 26,
Rovclstolio, B.C.
Meets every Wednesday in Oddfellows'
Hal! at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Knights Invited.
e, a. BuiMDOE, a a
F. W. Mackixhot,
i K. ok R. & S.
Attack of Boyal Canadians'at
n
���"'    ��� Paardeberge '
The present i< a time when war pictures are
In greater deniinid than ever.   The conduct of
the British-soldiers on the battlefield has won
tho plaudits of admiring nations.   We have
of great expense published tour large, beautiful
pictures, size SOxi-t, on heavy, superfine, calendered  paper.     A  picture -that will commend
itself and send a thrill to tho heart, of every
truo Canadian is the one called Attack of
Royal Canadians tit Pa.irdobcrg. there are
lit. rally hundreds of figures on this picture,
the mountains or kopjecs strttelling out Into
the di.-timcc are Hwnnni'"g  with men.-while
here and there a prosit ate figure speaks only
too well of the Uoer r flemcn.    It was on this
battlefield  tho gallant Major Arnold met
death  unflinchingly. , It is only too true that
many ot those gallant hearts that beat .so high
when  the cheering thousands bade them
God speed as they sailed from Canada's shores
now lie still forever in lonely graves on the
other sido of  the  world under African skies.
To overy Canadian heart, in overy Canadian homo, the deeds of their bravo soldier
boys apeak with an irresistible   thrill of
Patriotism and nrido.  Gordon KlghlBiid-
era at tho Battio of Bslniont. Charging
the Boer Guns at ElandBlaagte, and the
Charge of Gon3ral French's Cavalry on
���tho Retreating Gonoral Cronje'a Army.
Thcsoaro all stirring pictures.and cannot fall
to commend  themselves to anv one who will
examine llieni.   Thev arc RED HOT SELLERS!    Agent?    coin    money. ,  Hig profits.
Enormous success.    Clio ngent sold (>8 in one
day.   Sample nnd'terms 2o cents (none free);
four for li'j cents; St,50 per dozen ; '.'o for S2.73 ;
on for So;, 100 for .SJ.oii. ' Wrilo to-day for a
dozen and make money,
H0IV1E NOVELTY MFG. COMPANY,
'Box 513, Dspt. C31 D,
CHICAGO, ILL
���U��ja��MWIMIIUi4t-JhHLU���1M11WJM 'WWWF
7SSSES?'
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
IVijmpl delivery of piircels, biigga^e,
etc, io iiny part of the City.
Any Kind of Transferring ���
Undertaken.    ,
All orders left nt R. M. SiiiviIih'h
Tnhiicci' Stiti o, or Iiy Telepliotie, 'No. 7
will rceeivfi prompt uuniiiuh.
t'^&^ri^'^&^&^&^&^&'hh&ftto
Patronize Home Industry |
6
TIfepf Season. Of .It.
There isn't .orie reason ��� there afc
dozens why our. work is ' better
than   any   other,;  laundering ,' works.
.    Come in and see- how tre   -*'
dcr it. '"See our machinery,   ;
nicely and exactly'adapted '
to every need.   Our- soaps,'
too, of the--best, long tried
and proven good.
buh:er,\ PROP.
AND SMOKE
?)>
\ Special Cigars. 1
���'   For" Sale ";
A BLACKSMITHINC & CARRIAGE
Size 16x22.
One 'of the mo.-t beautiful pictures in
colors.' Upon a background of Paro Solid
Gold re>ts the Family Record in tlie
shape of' a' handsome volume with Gold
Clasps upon a cushion of crimson vohct
with a beuutiftil .gold tassol. Cti.tlie
piges, under different headings, are Kpaccs|
\ m which to write tho nnmo and date of
birth. On cither aide _!���. a beautiful scroll
on,which to record marriages and death',
On top of- the picture are the words,
"Family Record," in tlio richest lettering
known to the printer's urt.   Under this are
spaces for father'? and mother'!- picture?.
In t lie lower part ot the picture Is a beautiful homo eoem. i he dear old grandparents, the handsorae. stalwart hus-
oand. tind happy young wife, the loving
daughter and Dtvby boy���the ldoliaatt
grandeliild���arc all gathered around the
tabh'. while giandtiithoi- rends a portion ot
God's Holy Word. A -truly beautiful
scene- Underneath arc tho words, "God
Bless Our Famiiy." Around 'hie picttiro
are eight .tpaues tor photographic of other
members of the ftimil<-. each space enclosing
a gem flower ,piece. Elsewhere'on tho picture arc auuto'n d creeping viliee, tjiids unil
blossoms'in rich confusion, the whole rest
At . the  opening of  the Chinese in
vestigation in   Vancouver on Monday,
Rieliaid   Marpole, genernl superinten
dent of  tlie  C. P. R. P.icific division,
w;ts   the   first .witness  called   to the
stand.     He  declart'd   Lhat he had no
htutiMics   re<*iirdinjj   the   steamships.
Mr.   Citylo   might  know soniethiiig ol'
the   tnuiter.      The  total .nurnljer  oi'
Chinese employed  on the, Pacific division for the year 1900 was 09 out of a
"rami total   of   -1,093, I ait of t 'hese. I 9
���wf'i'it.iit' the cunsii and 80 on ihe'n/ad.
Total'nuinbpi' of Japanese was 70, but
for a shot L period llii-rc were oujr 300
during a  scaiuity of  lalor when work
was wan'eii at. this snowsheds,'
The Chinese, engaged locally were
two employed in coopering tea "packages only. There were live Chinese
eiiiplnyed round New Westminster
fieight shed,.and there were: 12 enr-
cletineis in (his city. The 80 outside
weie divided' into gangs for snow
shoveling, etc. Fifty were thus engaged. There wete then.30 employed
a.s section hands, platelayers and en
gineers. ' Of the Japanese 30 were on
the sections and 40 on extra "antr
work fiuni lime to time. None \wic
employed locally. There were 000
white men em ployed locally. The remainder were employed along (he line
to Liiggan and Kootenay Lttnding,
, The tuertige pay for Chinese nnd
Japanese hands was 81 and $1.10 per
day.' There wpre fewer Chinese em
plowed now than Lefoie In 1SS6
there- wete COO t-j'S00 .working he
tween AT.tncuuver and lle\elhtoke.
As whi,te men could be secuied the
number of Chinese were ieduced: The
white labor is superior. The cost lo
the company is. the same per amount
of   wuik  accomplished.     The section
ployed arc decreasing,
stationery. Tile local ttaiTtc would
not pay sur, (lie running of the line.
Wages weia not lowet ,llian eight or
nine years ago. The company employ ed white labor wherever it could.
The men could not live except as
bachelors mi the small wages given lo
the pick and shove!'gang. Married
men could Jive on the wages given to
the expett workers.
If the government had in the lit.st,
place brought in whites instead'of
Chinese', there would be a class of settlers in the country iron) which while
girls could have been drawn to till
domestic position.:. Thelniul if divided up nnd not held in large sections
might lead to heller c-ondil.ionp, still
there were sections open to sett lenient.
Mr. Marpole did not favor the im-
.poriations of Italians, They were
illiterate, and not a desirable class.-
To Mi-. \V. C. Blown-Domestic set-
vanls were often loath tn accept, ihe
position because of Ihestiginaallached,
To MivOassidy��� Terminal rate over
the (J. P. ft. ate governed by competition with the railways to the south.
If rates were raised lo increase wages
there would be involved a loss lo the
conn try. The' business would gn
'smith and thtre would be fewer men
employed. ' '     >'
To' Mr. Foley���On Ihe 'main' line
lower wages tire paid than 'in the
Konteiiay's, merely because the same
late could not be afforded by the company en a section lhat does not pay as
in,a section that dnesl
asked $120 an acre for this lot. house
limb, 1,tod cleared and in cultivation.
' John liourke, I wo hits of J acte.s eaci-,
on which a great deal of cleat ing a:.d
cultivation has been done. The l.-u d
cost $b"'U an acre to cli;ar. The dep.-u (.-
ment demanded from IJomke $]JJb' f< r
these two lot.-,. The occupant has Ik cm
laid tip with t hemiiali.-iii for- nit o
month;, and unable to woik.so lira Ji.'s
ca>e is ,-t pat tictilat Iy haul .me.
P. Kennedy and .Smith. Parlies
absent. L'nable Lh obiain pat ticulrir--.
E. Picard. JJttilt a hpii-e,��simk will.
Has done lot of dealing and has four
acres under cultiiaiion. Lot. planted
out as a mat ket garden.
G. Lafortne, .-r., Purchased .'ol on
government price of$12(J an act e. Has
good house and improvements.
L.  JJenoit.   Likewi-je  purchased lot   '
at amount/ demanded  by government.   ,
Ha* done iniu-h iinptovenient. '
' II." Ii. Ii. Sioythc.    11,-i.s built house,
done considerable fencing and clearing.
Erected poultry h(ui?_e_s,ajuLv.u.i:ds.'!	
r\
' "A little ram lays
much dust."    ..'
. A little finish covers
much shoddy, in-
shoes. ,-
. "As good inside the
finish'as .it looks out'-,
side/', is pledged by
ihe Makers'price" on
^
the sole of���
"The Slater Shoe"
Goodyear Welted,
Fought for His Life.,
Hands toe. almost inwuiahly unmarried'.'
The. Japs were employed for the
first lime during the summer befoie
last This was dm ing u'peiiodof
scarcity of labor. An attempt was
] made lo engage' men at Ottawa nnd
150 were gi\en : passages, hut mine
arrived. They chopped oil all along
the'line,   '
The   Japanese ' gut   less   than'the.
white, hands.    ��� The.y  were quite'erjual
"My father nnd_ sister bolh died of
Consumption'," writes J, T.^Weather-
wax, of Wyandotte, Mich., "'and I was
saved from the saute fate only by Dr.
King's New' Discovery. An attack of
Pneumonia left an obstinate cough and
very severe lung I rouble, which an
excellent doctor could not help, b.it a
few months' use'of this wonderful
medicine made me as well as ever and
I gained much in weight." Infallible
'for-Ccughs, Oolds and all Throat and
Lung trouble. Trial bottles fre��.
Guaranteed bottles 5Uc and $ 1 -00 at the
Uanada Drug & 13ook store.'  '
on, and thrown into bold wliuf by Uio
UNION LACOR.
% Bevelstoko' Cigar Mfg. Cfl.'y$
ft Revelstoks   Station. $
9 ��� <K
^i^ft'ii-Wk-Ci'^-Wfe-ft'-yrPi'fe-ft'ferSi'feft'-fe-J
UNION LABOR.
Buy Only:.5Union-Made Shoes.
���An A. ,i o'pporlu'rifty for-one cle-
siring an opening, Easy terms.
Satisfactory reasons for wishing to
sell.   Apply to      '   .       ,-,.'-
. JAWES MGMAHON;     ...
REVELSTOKE, B. G.
Trees  Seeds ��� Plants
^6i5T6rlS0
Tin's stamp used liv the JOHN Uc
PJ1ERSON CO., Wmitrri, of Itnmi!
ton, the only Union Factory in Canada'
NOTICE.
PUI1LIC N'OTfcKis hereby clyrii that nt Hie
oxtlinitlon (if nnc mnnlli li'ntn tlti! llrst
liiilillial.inn of t,hIn tml.lcu, tl o lirtifl oftluoof
iirlnclitiil place of business of-tho Great West'
orn MittoM, I.iniitcd Liability, will bu clmiiKcrt
from Itovolstokr., II, a, lo FcrKitrton. 11, ti., in
(lutioi-fliitico wlt.lt tho ooiinniitor tlio sli.aroliulil--
orn and��� u rcHolntloti of tlio Dlvocloi's of tho
""wnWhisOlii (In)' of April, 1001,     .'
���A. II. UptUKHi   ���������'.
��� ���. S��s��tai7 M t!lC SBJJl IfftvJ'i
Sixty varieties of Apjilc. extra cholco
��. frtock of CherrlcH, Apricots, Teach,
" I'liiiiis and Prunes.    ,.. . ���., '
Xcwiinpmlatlon of .first, class"feHmlp-
flciKlrnitP. Hoses, <'letniitls, Bay Trcus,
, irollk'8, Hedge Plants, etc
\ Ko ngentH nor cninmissicriR'to. pny,
Onlti'rt dug In one dny yon inn wet the
Finite week. No funilKiiltng noi-ln��pce-
tlon ch.trge-i, OreenliotiM1 plants, nuri-
'culttiml inipkinents, fertilize';s. etc.
Largest nnd most complete stock in the
I'rovlncOv^Stiidifor- catalogue or cull
and make your selections before placing
your orders.  Address: -
'/ -
M; J. Henry, Van'ooiiverrB.C,
Greenhouses and Salerooms:
3000 Westminster Read.
Rofgcon.s background of Solid Gold which
pto.tucts a picture or uagSiing foo&uiy.
,\TO XOW IS YOUR TIMK. Our
rcgulnr in-Ico In j1) cents, bt.t to
any one who suikls this tuh t. we will send
one fori.i cnils, uiir prico to ni;cnls 0 fot
31; ot) for.851 1CKI for ��U.".0. U'c pay nil
chni-ges and reHtrn money for iin��olri ]tic-
tinc-i. N*. (J. Jackson, Filinot-e City, buu^lit
:l7,i 541.73, soM ihvni for half price, 25 cenr-
each, in 5 days, making Sj.'.o'J clear paint.
Oan'you do bettor?
A\"e hare 5,030   testimonial:] and wan I
your*. ..     ' .
Address:
HOME "MOVELTV MFC. COMPANY
Dspt. C3I B, P. O. Eok, 513,
GHfGAOO, ILL.
IS.
a | W^IITE   LABOR ^ ONLY.. J
Firewood.
Firewood from tlie Fred Robinson
Company's mill, supplied at $2 per
cord, prompt caah with order. Orders-may be'left at the mill office cr
at my yard.
R, SAMSON.
,   BUTCHER.
Retail Dealer In���^^aaass^>'
.  BEEP,   PORK,
MUTTON,, Etc.
Fish and Game in Season.
All order? promptly filled.
REVELSTOKE, B. C, ��7&e��t*
WANTED.
C=3SSZ=1
Agents for Kootenay and Vicinity
for the sale of hardy lines
of standard fruit stock,
'small fruits, ornamental
trees, shrubs, etc. Terms
liberal.   Apply now to
PELHAM   NURSERY  COMPANY,
Toronto, Ont'. J
Notice to Subscribers.
Tho'proprir-tor of the 'Kootunay Mail ro
BiioiitiiKtibsoribcrK to atlvl.^lilm of otivIrrcKU-
laflt}' In the 4��Hvs;y ei tlielr papcrt,  ,
to the It.ilians, nnd -per haps superinr.
Neil her wt-ie up lo \vliilo l.ibor,; The
nuiiilipr of Orientals employed would
depend on the while ltdjui'oflerin^
At the pressunt moment some 00 Itnl-
inns were Loin;,' iinpmicd from ilout-
real.   -
The  cost  of  lixin^   was  about the
siime   ns   from   Lake   Superior west.
Section, houses were  provided, making
up for the slightly higher cost, of living
het.e  than, iii   the east.   .'JVyhe hi^li
wages would ho  impossible.    Tlie line
would not pttj.     It Vv'ould hem- favor-
able, comparison, with   its competitors
to-the   south.      The  ,C. P. U,   paid'
higher cvpeit wti^tjs than its Aiiieriutin
riviik     It f-mjiloyed 70 Jap, to I'.yOO
eiiiplnyed    by    the   Norllier.i, Pauifie,
2,000   by   the   Giead Northern, l',000
by the Oiegon   Shoit 'Line, and 1,000
on   the .Southern   Pacific.    The Gie.il
'Not I hem   had   'advert ised    fur y,000
moie   J.tpaiiChC.      This, 'was all on ilm
Pacific (Ji\i>ioiis.     The C. P. Pi. .vm,
not   inleiesipd    in   getting Jjaps.   'It
would   prefer   to   employ   whites if it
could   get  them  steadily  ub  the pny
offered,-
Thpre'were ti few Indians, about
100, employed. This labor was cm
plou'd because uf the scarcity of white
labor. It whs hi/We\er djual tu the
best.
Tn Mr. Munn--~As for domestic
service .Mr. Mm pole employed a Jap,
a Chinniiniii and two It ishmen, and
they all got along amicably,. He had
trietl to get, white gills, but -they
inuriiediill ii'iiine.flinlely. White g'rls
could not be got ft run the east, cooks
weie in demand in Toronto, lo-diiy,
���Hid people, theic weie enquiiiug after
Chinese set vanK
U.iilwiiy hands did not settle on the
lands a'ong the line. If all while
labor had been employed while settlers'
would not have accrued to the'province. This was not the experience of'
Mr. Marpole ��.'iiher on the main line
thiough the mountains or through an
agricultural section such us that'tapped by the Shuswnp ifc Olciinagnn railway,
The f.ire for Japs cnmi.ig in was
6100 Mexican, The trade with Japan
was increasing. Tls possibilities were
immense. The increase in the C. P,
Ii, traffic was enormous. New steamships would shortly have to be added.
Mr. Hill was putting on large steam
ers There vvas a big trade with the
Sound, and it was incieasing quickly.
Mr, Marpole thought individually
that restrictive  measures un Orienta
ii'miilfflUfoii' would hurt Uic  irulliv,
A Valuable Mininj Institution.
The l3iospeclor's Ex'clniuge.i'eceiilly
oigiiniscd at Nel.-on by A. F. Itosei:-
hfrger, appears lo be tilling the objet t
fur which it was inteiicled.'titiniely, to
bring ihe investor and the prospecti r
logetllHr.
Tlie Ext'h.'ingfhtis now listed proper-
lies fioii) till parts of the province, unci
prospectors in the' neighboring stales
have not hesitated "tn lake advantage
of it its a means of drawing attention
to (heir properties. The prime object
of the Est'liiinge is to hi ins: the prospector and mine pwnei.in direct touch
wiih I lie buyer, and by collecting anil
exhibiting samples of tlie ore of the
piopcrly olfei'i'il ,lhe. Exchange forms
a ready' means of investors gelling a
fair idea as lo tlie inducementsnlt'orcled
by I lie piopei-tv oilW'e.l. A weekly
list, is" issued giving particulars of the
pi opt cties available nnd this . li>L ,i?
.-t*iit fire to lire 'leading brokers ol
Canada, the States, and Europe.
It would be'good policy if piospet-
'tors of this section would make up ii
good eolleclion of tin's and send it lo
the Exchange, where it will be exhibited and receive the attention of ll.e
many mining men who now fititl the
Exchange a convenient place at which
to obtain informal ion.
O.'B. HUME & CO.- ���_��� -
Sole Local Agents.
$25,000 ' Our ted"��� $25,000
Ornithological. Cootest;' '
Somotlittiff entirely new   niki   intci,fl,*liiis.
Reiul what you are to du,    You m.iy tjec Jlwio.
Oiu-eontCsiiH todoo who cm-nuke Hit-hu-gc$c ���
list at tititiiL". (or.knul.-I.ot birds trotti Hie follow ���'
nt�� list o�� Joitot's: - .  ���
WDOpOCCKQ.ULIAPRTARIDG
E S P N 'l E L V E 0 R D I "'M \V A D O, H T L
Wo will rccogni.-u as a bird atiytliingbdlotiir-
ittS to tlie fcatlieriiil tribe,- wliutlicr it uu ixv Hi-n
Urow, Siiisforoi'ruiy.othef'kiiid. You cmi itio
iiny leturtis luiiiiy tiim-s-to' lnakf.i imhiu rt-~ic
iippeura in tlie li.^t ut lciiui'Naiiove;;Cu:'iiietatKtf
VVoodeoek, I'lovur,'tiio'vv ljirit, itc, 'jo(tn\-
IJUt'aOtis who can make a li-t or -J.) or more ilint'-
cut iinnicH uf bud-, \\e will give uUsotutciV
1< itJi.ii, u be.iutaul iJnze vtiluo !ji,ijyj or li-a��-.    "
BIG PRIZES- AWA'RDED DAILY. ������::'
' AVlien you have made out your 1M fill cut the"
llliu un Ltus oiaicjin ui liiiiinlvi. ana Nt-utt'i's
vv'iihadtaiiiyjd jV(Ure;.--L'.t etireij j_-.sc��tiu-i ot
youruuiimry will do, tliuti it you-'iire tvvat'-ded
a Ui-ize you can if you desire yvl tlie ih-iki-bv
bceonsiiis a subscriber, to 'Aik Wo.vv'a-
VVoki.ij. We elinil nvviird a prize i0 evctv Corson who sendn the name or -Jo iiiid-. and our
guts will be aa lollovvt,: For the be->t li^t received caeli day, a Uold Waielt; lor tlie seVoml
beat solutimi eoeti. day a bcatititul lin'jotted
tea fcet; tor the.seven- nou ben solution cacli
It Saved His, Leg.
P. A, J),inl'uilh, ,pf LnUi'imgc, Gn.,
stilt'ered for *ix .iiinnlhs with n fright-
fi'il iiiuniiig'soi'e.i.in.his leg; but, vviilrs
that Uucklen's Arnictt b.ilvr whollv
cured it in live days. For Ulcer.--,
Wounds, Piles, its the best salve in the
vvoi Id,. (Jure glial anteed. Only 23c.
Sold by the Canada Ding & Book
Company. '
you vv.JI not liave to wait a loity t,t|lo in" umV'-*
uutity betore j oil know tlie re.-i:lt.   'i'bore is no
eleiiient of lottery in our plan, it lr.aket.'nu
cltllerenco whether we get your solution hit" or
early in the day, ah you need it, to ami! this
Aflvt. to us.iukI on the day it ruiiehis t^, It
Gold V/atoa or it stoonJ be.-t the beautiiul
ien bet, attdao on,'  Wu guiunhteethui we v HI
iivviud   you  a   prize,     -j ii.-10   i�� ub^tuiely nu
opportunity lor deception on our purt-we i-on- -
not, tillprd. it.     VVe want to jrel l,i^0,U^ -,\eJl ���
siuisllerl hubsenber-., and (or that reason v\u
aon t want you to semi any mouev until vou ���'
know exactly what pna0 }ui.i l.iivet'iuncd by
aiiawering me ptt:;a!e,.   -As-*oon inter 4 ii.tn.
eaelidayaspu.^iiile, Ute eMtialnur- will iudco
D!ie  Htm to I ho bene or tii.'ir nbiilu.-Mi.Hull
deslBiitUo tlm iJrlaes.    w0 will write to you ac
oneeiiuliryiiiKyou what prlao-lin-. hiLit jiwaid' -
cd you, then if you are vularkd, you um-u,d ���
yotii' subscnpi.on  io 'in::-Wonts* '*v'ot<',n
.ind your priao will Wo by return or-inoil'cosi /
i-uige  paid,     Jo  a pcrton uf  narrow ideas ic
sueins .iinpos=iblo that   we  should  be able tu
make such a KWintio oiler, but wo hav the ������
money,   brain--,  and    repttlauon,    v\e   know
t'xaelly  what   we arc doiu-, and   if  we can ���
legitimately gam a nullioii -ub.'criber^ bv thi^
grand idea   we know that this- million of well
pleased subhi-nbei-H can  be induced to reeom.
inend Tin;.. VoMA.N-h-    Woi;i,t> to all trier.di,
tnereby building up otirciretilutioii Mill Jul tiicr.
" e are willing to spend ?.'o.w-j in ihi. eoiite.-c
in building up a big -ubs-enption list, nnd'when
tin* money  la. -p,.-iit wo reserve the right to
publish a liutiiieuiion ihni the contoM imr been
diseontinucd,    Don't delay until iti- tco Into,
J he contest will continue until Juii 1M, lyjl.   .'
We give a Ujiui- l'n.ij or ^'*i.vj indepiiidenl,
of nil utlicrx to tlie |ur,'.Jti  vvtio --end- in Die list,
gotten up in the be.-t and li,iiid>ome��i uiunne:',-
Utir eumniittoe  will deeide and award lirlBed"
dally, but the ���J5cof.il ?.'j'j prizo will bo award-
eu in September, IWl.   Any biidV niimerouiut
la the d:elion,-u-iei a-.-ei-plid,
WHO   V/3  AH2    '
Tin-; Womax's Would is n ihoroiijjlily reil-
nolu eoncein, we are known lo do cxnetlv ih
we advei-tiie/ A- to our rehabilitv we refer to
iiny Adverti-niK, AKent or bus:n;Sj man of
Loudon or .New Vork, . .
X.vmi:
Sriti:i:r
Town
.('OfVTllV.
Improvements   Effected  on Their
Lots.
The following are the village settlers
on the north side of the track on lot>
which, with the exception of two lots,
owned by Lnfornie and lienoit, ate
said to have been turned over to A, S.
Fnrwell:
P. Laundry, . 4 'teres, house built,
poultry yards, clearing and cultivation.
��. Uiiiulti Si iitPt'Si Tlit? vlqiurtuu'ii'.
-V. n.-Ik- careful r.n.l prepay v our lwtor .��? n��
we do not receive un-Ierpuid letters. Addn-i
Tho  "Woman's
don.
World." Broatford. Lcn.- .
W.,  England.      v'r' '
NEXj
, Gunsmith and
Machinist.
Over Lawrence's  Il.irtlw'ai'o Store
REVELSTOKE.,
All classes of repair and machinist
'work prqntptiy. attenOc! to,
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I      {' <!....,!..!,      I- Jul   ,.-\ I  I'     l.i.-.li  '     i , i j  "    '    A    i   -I     l-Ml'lii     .'     1!^    .!��������� ���������I ll..|l l.'ll     II     H I   I   I  '{_ ;   . ���������   in,..I"   i-.i.i    u lot ������������������   I  .-ol,  t'.l    !��������� ,i   . !  I .  I   iy.     .|lnl       ���������    I   IMLr".  .'Hill  lb"  Ilk", ill I     i  ^rur.raRApe ct.am op TiRTAtv rov;zm  Enumeration  CjmiLted-���������Results  Dis'ippj.Tn/ng.  k&A   ������-*������.: ~&&   ^^3  .    ������������������       r 1:4  ll'.^ilhlr,'  ,. > i . ,i:: i.  The   ri'ii-u--   nf   lii"   .-it v U imvv rom-  i'lctcil. Imt .1���������i-l.uil-ciiiiiMii���������.iiiiii'i' Mr-  | lii"   .111.1   I lie   eiiiiijiei' i(n|--   (���������.���������llinof d'-  ! vtilyf"   ill"   number    wbii-'i   they Iihvi*  rccer led ,t< I he   |it'ptil.ilion of tl e fily.  \V"    uudi'i ������������������1,1 ml    I mvi'Vi'i"  lhat   it U a  , jj.| eat  (I ".i i l"-- I !i t:i ha- <^"l 1. Tally been  I -i',|>|i'i'--eil. m.i'iy |i"(i|.| ���������, hav it.t; l.'t't tit"  I "i- y n!'   lii"   I,. ������ hi k   i.i I he 11 ii a mi. i in -  : aiiii in111\ i-e^ ib-l i i. t.      Fi-n'ii i\ !i.|l  ������ >��������� i  c in trni le r  lie- |ii'"<i'i.i   ; i.jiul iii.ni .,} j   "0"_"t TT  i lie fit v  i-  oiel'i-'.^1)!!). vvh-i ������������������ i-1 i' h <-     $\    |  0  0  a.i ������������������"������������������JW|fr������^������.~-^ ������������������m-nmrnvv 'imw'-jfy ���������������������������������������������'���������^���������w������^������rr7r^?^'7'~".-'?"'^-'-,������~.r:L'i ja  Cold water Kalsomine in delicate sh;:dcs. Floor  ]^u:us--" Jrbllite"'best floor paint' in the world.  House Paints all colors Finamcls. Stains. Varnishes. Paint Brushes. Kalsomine Brushes. Varnish Brushes.  Ask to soe our Adjustable Clothes Dryer, only $1.  W. M. LAWRENCE  Hardware and  <2zzz3z-^ Tinsmif hing.  :i"i i .1 i t;.j.oi'.- Hi-jit u:i  II lil  i  A.   t.IiJ  'i'.I I "I III' I' .1    1.,'   V 'a nail I  In be H ���������j il  11  '( I," :|l luiinii'i II' e it!' ji i il.l .  Dsi'iiivi.   .Wins   it   tlio  H'-rci, &c  bc>"i   .--iij'iit.-.c-tl   (ii  lii" w. II  iiji  id the  ::i:iiijin;.ik  SOCIAL ArlD PERSONAL  \    r\ ���������,~.U Ti ...���������     !)-,������]/ PA v' I '''-'' he .'.flit.-.! -e.-ii i  .V  ' ,   ...-iiiv.'.y .Mini   bv liAliLhlVJ.i l-l.Wi .  i, j I.'II'IO.V     't'iii-   ii"\v    lit'iiietiy '"m- i      \V. .Sar^'ni t'-.tni" in i'mm Cilaeier on  if  I lie di ".i-1 . i .Siiiida>.  inn kable . un- j      .),|S    An.|eivi|i   eaine   U\> fi'-.m Fei  L ' ib.u lb" ^r.-.iii--! li-iji" i- h"|.l ..nt ii'.ih ! Ln:sui|iiii Tne-il.iv.  '���������' ! -nli'i'i; ���������!-���������..in.   in il !��������� i" lei v- li.-i I'm inn;.  (.  V Rjv:Is'o':3   olai'on ;,- ,��������� ,, ,,,,ii���������,^ t;,,., .mvii'..   O.-i;  bjil  u .       .      i ^ j w.ll   CUi'J   iinv   Hldl'oil'V   e.i-e, .mil nil  f. i>,UP;-������i-?;-i;f>.-i-.-f:'*i^feJ*5i>',i5,.i ' , i b" mmi M-i-mviy   p iek",l ti'id ]i"-l���������p,ii.l<  L   ,   , ���������     '��������� villi i'ltll ilii'ei-ii-i.i-  m'i.I  I. -iiiii..iii.'il>  . up.hi   leeeipi    di"'ijii (III     0. t!. r tliirei  fin ii Jam:.;;  v). !lA:t^^^, 2 J Slne!%>l ih  i .'( ii I. .S-.iilii   iji.tt'i.'th,   u ni.Iiin, liNti  ui .t .~i"i,  ltlii:iin i.i/'.  A in: \ :.rA -r.-i'.tN-nritJtioi.i. -A.i  th" i;"i-i-  il.'iii'e uf I he uri I'l'in'^ In ill h'-r, Ive'v-  t   . i-,1 eke,   iU}    \\\ iliii < iny   e> t-*fti11j-C,  A! iy 7! It, l.'JOI. by If. v! S .l.'i'hm.ip-  Mtn,   Niinh   ,-\btah iiiimhi In Mniiie  iilil'l'.'ll. ii"l II ui'  1'r.itlL Lake (!i> V.  rli:;,-::::-Ai.  Ile-.ei-i.ik ,  n. Mmi.i.iv. | ,jKS[}'  Ai.iv ilih, ]!K)J,'the vvilVot'T. JJuki i I "'' ' "  The ciiii������j|ni( tmii uf l Ii ��������� bljf .iddition  1.0,1 he <J. P. 11. hoi el   at  Field li.is i-oni-  in.'need.    'Workmen in ini-jjf.' ntmibei������.  I Mi-e   iinw  (.ii^a^i.d   mi t lie Ii.imd.it inns  anil building m,'liei iaI N beinj^ >hipped  daily  Umiii .t.liis city.    Ai ehileel CJ. I!.  Oldi-l'-iba vv  is   aetin^   hi re for I lie c.i||.  ii.'ictiir,   Alt.  Thiiin.H.   Tniiipkiii.-.    II"  >lali"   dial   lila  only   lionble now i> a  .-lit11 taffe   of    I'iii'penlei'.-,     in-ariv   all  I hiix-i' ill   t.ivvii   bein^  eli^.'^ed on Ita'ii!  LOOM & GENERAL  vi nee.  work. Tii'diiy he vva-s seoiirin^ the  I'il'y lor men and il, i> probable lhat he  ca!i,(,riv" work loany olhers who may  .-i|iply before in-iiit'iT.ivv'.> liain letivcs.  It, i^ probable that, Alt. Old.'t-haw will  . N"Nun d.-l'.'.'iie.l t'iMiibroiik :il i-n^b'y j ttike n.i-iin tip Lo Field in I he course of  ft ml ball in X.'L-on on yi'iiidny. i l.iie next |'.;w d.iyci. ���������\'.iii eon ver l-'ro-  ��������� D.ni'i. ini.^s the ice cieani social a I  Air.-'. CI. AI. -t'hii'lv's next. Alond.iy  evening.  ' JJiih ip1 U.intenvvill will coiiibicl. con-  firination s������'rv ii-es in the O.-itholie,  Chill-ell on rfntiday.  <A p'lblif meet in.tr, nt. NeLson decided  in favm of- t.vvo. day.-i' .-pnrt, to be held  on July 1.-1 and 2nd.  Rev. AV; 0. (Jnhl.-r wilUecupy the  pulpit of Ihe Alethodisl Church on  Sunday next at. both services.  ..Winnipeg . Industrial Exhibition  commences .tlii.s year,On July 2Ulh(  lusting until August 2'id.  C. P. R. agent. Bradshavv has not, vet  leceived any intiiuiilion (if Ihe special  inteson tickets Lo the BnlLdo exposition.,  The S.S. Kosslnnd Foolliall Club has  issued it challenge to any club in tlie  Revel-toke district for ii game to be  arranged. o j  . The fii>t practise game fur the season  nf the .Revelstoke fiioib.ill club wits  held on Sill in iiny iifternuen being will  attended.  ��������� Frltiik  Collins w'ill he up for trial at  the  Golden assizes  next Tuesday  on ;  ihe charge of iiiurdeiingArlhurD.nl-;  do at Canterbury Inst full.  Lowery en l/jccinaiion.   -  We hear nuii-li then; days about  vaccination. ]n various parts of  Ci'iudn, Vi'herc iiiiall|iox jtruvniIh.  .Mr-. J, 11 Urn k left w'.steid.iy'] coplo arc compelled by llic authorities to take 1 lie p.us of eo\v-)'ox  in'.o tlie'r fystems wlicthcr tliey  de?irc it or no'. Such it lav,' is an  outrage upon the 1. be "tie.? of man.  and phould be thrown into tlie  "hell-box" of exploded fads, and  bygone superstition-'. A law compelling people to be clean is wanted  and nof one that will shorten life  by inoculating the human frame  with filth taken from the scabs on,  a bovine's belly. Tlio whole thing  is a delusion, and it is high time  that compulsory vaccination was  dene away with.���������New ' Denver  Ledge.  Made During the Week by Revel-  ' ,i      stoke Merchants.  ���������   W.     Ai.- Lawrence���������:Thom'son's  Landing. Comaplix, Ferguson.  C. J3l"ilumc & Co���������Clolden. E\v  derby. Trout Lake. ..Thomson's  Landing. Comaplix, 'Arrowhead,  Sicaniou?.Craigellaehic.Albert Canyon, Illecillewact. Ross Peak, Rogers i'asH.  "Reid   vv   ^'oung���������ir'almon   Arm,  Comaplix, Craigellachic, Arrowhead.  Morris & Steed���������Arrowhead. IIIC7  cillewaet, Leaverniouth,  Taylor    it    George���������Comaplix, j  iii.w ning loi 13 iiiIV.  J. ,.).   Kt.lev  was a v isitnr frniu ,',r  low be,id nit  Wc.luesii.iy  Air. tiiiil At'-. J 1'iie. Liul.'i' vveiil  dovvii t.i lliili-yon liii- iiH'i'oieg. t  Alts 15. 1!. A1 kins 1 el ui t.i (1 Tuesday I'khi 1 a uiiiiiih's. visit io ll.iiill'.  Mtss Lillie \',ileniine came un from  Thomson's LHiding  We.lne.sd iy.  , ,Geo. ,I{. M.txvvell, AI. P, passed  through Sunday evening on tho delayed train.  , Alls. (! S. AluCuler lelumed Sun-  ilnv eveiiiiig fioin a v isit lo Calgarv  anil |},ii,i7.  J. AlcCiilliun bus been laid up for lite  past week with a'seyeie attack ol  ct heimial ism.  W. Cochrane, solicitor, of Phoenix,  passed tlirough last, evening en rotile  Lo Vernon.  ' L J. Edwards, C. P. II'. agent al  N.ikiisp, wiis a  visitor lo the city this  week.  1- p  C. F Jiiiiilniaik and R. Ifowson ore  in attendance at ihe AlethodLst confei-  enc.i at Nelson this week.  Bishop Dirt, Archdeacon -Penlivalh  and R -v. II. S. Akehurst, cinie up from  the south yesleiday, going we.-t.  Airs, Fied Keitrhs and family came  in from the east Sunday evening and  will make Revelstoke theii home.  Rev. J. McCoy, of. Vernon, will  conduct, the. services5'at the. Presbyter inn elm 1 eh on Sunday. '��������� '  1 Andiew Cuminings, nf -.Ferguson,  was in the, city this week returning  home Wednesday morning.  Sheriff Redgrave was in the city  this week in connection with the  Assize Court, held on Tuesday.  ,11. Cniwfoi'd. locomotive engineer at  Nelson, was in town Saturday looking  up old acquaintances.  R.   J.   Robinson, of Golden, was in  JL  U8J   Hi'       (.'.ti pet-, Linoleum--, Plnor   i  XbsXJ ���������    t-'1"11'-. UHinls. Wall Paper, Ac  Second     Hand     Fiiinitute  IJought and Sola.    Wniehtiu'se for Storage of Furniture al monthly rates.  A gnt for Pianos, Organs, and S wing Machin s.  Eiowsoiisr.  Jul/.  PECIAL NOTICE!  SP^S Ss S^1^1, G������������ds to Hai^d  Extra strong Serges for pa'r.ts nt $5, made lo order.  First-class Spring Suitings from $20 to..$28.  FIT  FTT3  V  Some Residents who Breed Special  ; Classes of Poultry.  ��������� Iievel.sloke has sufficient, fanciers  who have tfiken up ihe breeding of  pine bred potdlrv Lo sticli an extent  that I hey could put up a good poultry  -how.  Here is a lisl of the breeder's and the  classes 1 hey go in for :  ' Airs. Scoll, Bull" Plymouth,Pocks.  G"0..llobbs, White Plymouth Rocks.  ' II. E. R. Smylhe, Bit'ilvd Plymouth  Rocks.  , J. ilalliie, Black Alinorcas.  ' A."McDonnell,  Black Minorcas and  Buried Rocks. '  R. Tapping, White Leghorns.  C. 13. ritinie & Co. shipped a carload  of'goods to their Trout Lake hianch  this week.  Field   &  Bews    haye    111'ir    soda  A Moment's Mderatidn.  , - The only difficulty iin selecting your suit here is due to the  fact that -wc have such a  great variety.  If  you  want a fashionable  spring   suit   or   overcoat   -wc  suggest   a  Jook   at   our new -  goods!    ,  Suits. M, $20, $22, to $35,   -;  Trousers from.$2,5/6, to $10,  Lacfies!, High Class CCistern Tailoring.  .  B.   Cressman, McKenzie  Ave.  0  ; ;;.;.;:. limited/  Wholesale Hardware,.Ship Chandlery and ���������-  ���������-'��������� ���������'"- ���������" ���������'"' v;:"' ^'Miniifg" Supplies.  Hardware Department, ,8-10-12. CDrd6va'Str6et'."'  ',     ..'���������;, A ��������� ' ���������'   .- ,Ship Chandlery Department, 8-10 Water Slrcet  Ono Block from C P K"Dapoi  and Steamboat Wharves  Re-furni8liQd and Rc-modollod  Eatcs $1.50 to $2 per day  Lcnvermoutli, bnlmon  Arm,.  Irout   U) l!;P"Mel|,���������dist conf,>.e,ice at Kels'.,i. | f"������ll,������'������ s" "P.and at, prepared t.������  Lake, Arrowhco.d. lhom?on s Land-I     .,,,,, ' ,       si'i'visdnifk".  ���������,���������    ' :      Alr>\.   .McOrej,"ir   spout   a ft'vv,d,iys ,  'Jig' . ' I   .:.t   i:.( . :i..   .1:.     1.   ������������������...:....":.,       Jlrs.   liirnross   has   oiionod   an   ice  K, Howij'on���������'Trout Lake.  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  *v iih his family   this    wppk   oniiiinu in  fnmi the slide tit the 10 and 20 slied^.  J.i--.. Finley, siip^i inLeiident of con-  -trijctinii for the Dniniiiinn Bridge Co.,  came in , from Mountain Gtvek on  Sunday'.  -ipor  fr.'iiin   parlor  and   I'm it  stand in tluj  sloi'i' next to Jas. Laudi'f'.-.  F. B. Lewis, local ngfiit for the  Etjiiitalile Lifo, has within the pud  ypiir wi ilteii-polk-iea in Ihe city for  $1(!(U;0(),   and     within     Ihe   la-t  six  ���������h  Snovvolides near Satidon have cnused !     The Grand Lod^o?  Bniuh Co'- ' ^ ^ S< J' !Vul }. w-Th���������>p?on left months' live   pnlieles  of $10,000 eac  ennshlorahh. d-i.na.ro dnrinL' the 1-isi'      x/          m           c      d      ^ .             ��������� Ttu^lav tiininitiK  fur   N.-Imih   wIihi-h . |lave heoii tnkcii nut Ihtis  toiihiiieiiuii" u.iinrige timing tin i.ist   lullDuv  wall meet in Revclstosce-on   it/Th,,,,,,,,-,,,,,..;!! .it^nri n���������. mp,.ii,wr  week and  wvnml  of the mine, have , TucgdttV   next  whcn  i: j, expec:ed : ^//J.^XI! co^mfcJ liNTUiiniau CIOAU fiOMr.VJfV.  hi't'ii. abandoned lor ihe pi went.             ! that  about   70 delefrotc= will be in :            *            "                     ' Tlie   new   cigar  factory i.> makin  ��������� The inland revenue *relin ns-fni  Hip 1 .attendance.      Gold    Rails'1    Lodge       -v-  E-  ^.n-n.-ui������litnn, well known in  Inonthnf Apiil amounted to $.J] kaud ! bus   made   all 'arrniv.*cmoni-   for'a ' \w"������^' cinle.-*.^ mana-pi of the New  ihe   returns   from   cii-loins    totalled ' concert   i:nd   =upppr to be- friveil ir. , U"-',"'"s"-1' ,;';������"1 ""-^ '���������������������������'_ster,i lour,  Sm'JMO. iii.-.king ihe total  coll. etiniit., the Opera Hoiv:e on Tuesday even- ' I'^t1}"-"'- "���������'s '" t-'1'''fil .*>" thi^ week.  Sl.llS.Clifi r Apiil. ; ing. ;      Cl.uid^ Hani--, one.of the. last of the  It������velfftiilcn  fity  hand gave  its fii->t I. 0. o. r. local    Sir.ithconi'S   to   rciurn,   passerl  open  air conctt   for  ilii> t-eason hist \      t-'olkirk   Lodffe.   Xo.   12.   met   in ! I'11""-'1 ^fi''f,''t"''f'   ^"cdnesihty even-  S.iltird.iy   i'veniiij>.      The   lioyst   vvtih    ij_0j1.   0.>vn   llfllf.  on   Second Street. I 'n- I"'-"' ''''' b'jrtifj at Sal.jioi! Aril',  ������������������ft,., waids invit-d  to ihe r,aidenc-e ..|    r0'r the li'rst time  on Tticdav'cven-!     ?en-v  Cmiiv. wl,.,  h m >> -o,,' w,���������k. i  PX-miijvir Sniilh. vvhciv an  i-nj..yiil.I.- .   u?>      El.Qi j,,^   ^..1,;,;. [>, (}��������� waF ; illir   ���������.;,!,   Mo./,v'<   1M |,J-/. n���������w llt ,|1(. j  evening' was:spent. , .elected   Vepre.-en'ativc, and   J;rO. P. ' Mi-ion, cnne in   \V.'di.������sd.iv ni'.niii." !  I>vel.>lt'ke  was vi-ite.l Ihi-i week l.y    Hoolcy,   I'.   (},,   1:1'erii.ui vo.  iothf,������oi!c   laving   hcnn   sii--p- ndeij for the I  kniR  headway. Tirrc Mail Iiear their Ii-'  cense litis hecn giiinted, and the stock  :s expected at any time so lhat the  firni  hope  to  make .1 slai t eai Iy next  Corner Granville '& Hastings Streets/  R. DOWSWELL, Proprietor, -   , Vancouver,  B. G.  Ivvo-i-ter.'i   of  chaiiiy wlm ,���������He toilet t-    (jnind     Lod^C    V.bioh    f onver.CS .'ii     present.  M  r. a no  Mi������   A    M    CJi .1 ilt rolnriH1'!  iny  to  ii-.iviile  fi.r  lite ei.'tiion of an     Xanaimo Oil Jt: 110 I 2.1  ,���������,���������!,;,���������<   hn.oe  at.    >,Yw    W.-M inin-lei fcilvirk    LodcT-'    WJ i 1 ^i V* Jill   '   A i M,,,,,].,.. f,.fll|1    .,    , j.:,  , ���������   s^v .1 Sent,,,, ,      f  wii Thur-d;iv |>���������s,,,n  ,m,|   v(.-,v'Y...k, m .kin,,  tl,.  ��������� m'Iiiiii hv   vv.iv   <���������{   r.liho, wh^'ie il.l'V  - ��������� ' visiter!   Mi's. Ol.o\''s -i<!c|\  which   will   he   ciiiidiifti'd   as  a   ison-    J11 >mc''   ill   I licit' il  scciaihin in-iin.ii. n. ,    '\tn!iy_f, Mnv'^drd.  The   Xel-nli   (ily   coll!if|l   a I.   il-,1.--!     '  _,     ^^  le^'i.l.ir   lie ������������������lii.ur   derided   .if.'rr  a   linl  di-ci)--i.>:i I hat ihe  ivt 1 e.tiinfi ^'loitnd-  shonld   not   he   ii,-1 ii   for hall u'ain'-"- "i.  Sunday  ovvin^  to   the   imi.-e made hy  the 11I.1 vr-r-a and ������pect.it' i'J. .         '- '     Avoid   this   Iprrihle  troulilH if   y  F.   13.   Well-   and   A.   MrRae went 1 would  he  healthy and enjoy (he plea- j sion 2') cont.<  down to Troni Lake. City an W.dnos- > vnn..������ nf life.    Will*' ICiij/lish Pills att  Mil  Tin- L-nliet* Aid tf the   Pce-livl 1 1 ian  church intend holding .in At-IIoine al  'the   lvsideru-e  of   Mk   G.  M. Claik,  week. The interior allerations on (lie  factory prelni.-.es we tiiidei'htand an-  complete, and their spacious bonded  v\iireliouse will he 11 great ncqiiisition  anil assistance _in the business. Asa  Inline stalf of men will hn put to work  at once, the iiew linn will noon haven  larpjii stock of clears In- Miylr ware-,  house with1 which to supply both the  .local and dtilMde, trade, so that, all  orders will he promptly filled, and as  their traveller's, who  is well known on  ��������� th.' road, expects tn send in a nuniher  of orders thu Enterprise Cigar.Company can leastinahly expect to see  things hum around the fuel or y, The  Mail is delighted to see so much  energy and promptness thiown into  ilii> new eiilerprise, and \\ ill he pleased-  to see the lai*ine<s started with lh,it  s iccoss  which   must follow a business  cnrefiiily conducted.  , Hrcond  street,  Monday evening next,   f*!3 f������Af Uf 1    ^ffllf! U  ���������il.IP trouble if  you I Win inst., fro,,, 8 to 10 o'clock.  Admis-   VCU WiiB J    UlWUJ ���������  It  is only by careful study  W. H. HulUn, who has heen for Ihe'        the  dru; f<ist  becomes  a factor  leahh and  fy    n;-.'   .'----in. 1a,-it,r!!iu,,marve,,(,f,,,edicine;n1eyfp,ick-    ^ " -  ������ ��������� ^ "',-''   ' ;'������ Ttir^^irSr  L,t���������Me;e]ln���������.a-l.a,.,l,,���������..,.!,ha,    Iy nnd surely hani.h   ConsUpation and    ^      >    .j.   .|f|'f  ^  ���������������������������         ^                          {^,1,^  *"nt^������n..,w;-..^ take Ihe inan.gPtnent '"        '  !'"':,s'",h'M'1  "'"���������'' '. -     ^"r^1-'   A^"11'' ,!',.,^,!,u.,',';'.l,'v;:-of w. s.aati.oA:Cu;V3Loreati\.te,. 0ur rooutaiion haa b-en  No. 2 fir-lirigade' had a,,-,,,, at. noon   , "���������   '" nny,ndd,ess 2o d-uls ,a box, -..^       ��������� . .    ��������� ^      '��������� P,   ���������   !      "urt ,   f  ���������>','������������������.,���������:,.  ��������� ti,,,.,,',,/,,!...,.,;,,..,,  -Ti.- Wells & irchardsnn Co., Limited, . ,'\ by   9tud/mg   Where  to  Shade Trees, Fruit' Trees, Roses.  Persons desirous of obtaining Apple,  P-'iii, Hhade Trees, Lilac--, Mountain  Ash, Horse 'CheMiuts, Raspheiry or  (yiirrant ���������Biisiii"', or Roses, sliilitliii'tl  iiul climbing, will Jlinh it lo (heir ml-  vaiiLago to address J. L. Webster,.  Coldstream Nursery, Vernon.  G  The Very Latest Styles  in millinery and novelties,  in  belts, fancy combs and '  pins can now be purchased  at the  Madison Millinery Parlors o  Misses Shcpard & Bell,  McKenzie Avenue,. Revelstoke.    '  o-i'-TneMlav  when  lire vu,s.liscov���������,'.,.,.������!  '.'���������I''"' >V������;II.- & Uxlvudson ,Co., Limited,  ,1 tlie ���������" r������.iif of Ihe' Hevel. Kike. aU'iiiti.   ^"fLreid.    '   , ; ��������� '    ���������    -(;    ��������� -.,-��������� -j  L-lomli;)'.    Ahoul. KKJil fee.l of hose Were ':'       .-, . ������������������r������������������^.-���������������������������~~-r , ���������    |  1 .id ami-water lurried on in .very ipth-k '. 01(1 Sol'Jier's ' Experience, .  I.'iii.'.l.ill    llie'lihtZ".   vvas'exi iliglli-lied :     ' ���������   ���������   ���������'   ��������� . ��������� ".  witli.n.1. i>.u<c;. ���������  yi,-M. Auslin,>i civil wt.r v'el.eran. of  Aivinj/eiiieiil- ha "���������;���������" I ���������e. n inaile vvi'.h    Wincliesi.er, ' Ind.,- vv riles:    "My.vvilV  (,-jie Gov. rnin.M {��������� of 'Maiiilnha for Ihe  edttr.ii ion cf deaf cliihl/'cn residing in  J{ri.tj.-!i'(;-.liiml':i'a; and I lie \. W.'T.r;'  ritori.'S in ihr'Draf and Di|iiili,;Jnsl il ii-  lini lit, '\Vinn.i|ieg. .AH ���������.necessary  jill' d'atal,On    w'ill    !.<���������    fui..'iii.s|ied    iij-oil  was sick a long I itne in'spile of good  doctor's Ireiilnieiit., hul. was vvhollv  cured by Dr.'King's New' Life Pill-,  which' worked u-ondci s for her healt h."  They alvvavs'thi. ��������� 'Try tlietu. Only 2oc  ,il the. Ciiuad-i'F.b'ug >*; fJfi'.ds St������������i  won  by   9tuclying  where to buy    '  .r , ������������������"-,   ,7'; "���������T"r"-^.-: and what to buy.  . hevehtoke Gun Cluo, . ,    ,  ;  v '.'������������������_. ^ t-    maintain   lhat   rcputa-  ���������   >��������� '        7 : n.'11 by careful attention to per-  The .following '..scores were made out. '        ic t filling of prescriptions and  of a possible 25���������ut the shoot on .Sii/.iip  dr.y aft.ornoon :'  '!  J. CJiiy I'jarbcr '10  U. A, Upper 17  A. i/,-McDonnell 17'    ' ,   :  ������������������W. A, Lnuthwiito 1G'  A. K. PhippH-9 ' ���������-.''���������.���������  JOV Cot ptJCCb.  George F. Curtis,  "The, Druggist,"  .Successor Lo 'J'ho J/c/i. A.Wi'Co,  .REVEUSTOKE.STATION, P. Q  Baker, Confectioner,  Caterer, Etc,  ���������  Ohoioo Groceries,  Graham Bread,  Wedding Cake a  Mail  orders  prtmiplly and  carefully attended to.  ''.BLACKSMITH &.0ARR1ACE   ���������  BUILDER.  Beat Chatham 'Wagons, Delivery  Wagons (.heavy and light),  Bugyies, Ploughs, Harrows,  and Cultivators.  ^REVELSTOKE. ���������  Alf Mendolino,  Boot and Shoe laker,  . Corner of Second St., & Victoria Road.  B6ots Made to Order.  Repairs Promptly Executed*  Prices    Defy   Competition.  GUY BARBER,  Watches,    Clocks, ���������  Jewellery and Silverware.  Engagement Eings a Specialty.  C.P.R. WAJCH INSPECTOf?. ;i:  Station/Bi���������.  SIS?^^;  y  A

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