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 BKHH  r  i������  SP-rovincial ^Library   June  99  " i<  Vol. 8.���������No. 8.  revelstoke: b. a, may 31,1901.  $2.00 Per Year.  H-T35SS^.������s^^_*-^5__^^SK^^S������11!3SSi<;?!^^5;SfISS  K  Come and See Our Beautiful Display  of Spring Merchandise.  BEAUTIFUL WHITE GOODS.  l;tmcv   White   Mublins.       All-over  ��������� 1 * <  Laces,   Valancines, etc.  ������������������   -  1 SWISS & DIMITY MUSLINS.  A most beautiful assortment of these  fashionable snoods in various colors at  11, 17^. 20, 25 ancl 30 cents.  UNDER SKIRTS. -./' ���������  Mercerised Sateen- Skirts in endless  colors���������All prices.  .  EASTER GLOVES.  We  sell  the famous Perrin's Gloves  ���������Once.worn always asked for.  B BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS.  , Just, to   hand   tlie  finest shipment of H  Boys' Blouse .Suits.-    These  are the m  best made  in   Canada, ancl 'don't rip'p'  anywhere.    ���������  Incorporated liv net of PiiiliauienL-1855.  head Office     ,   "���������     -    - ���������      Montreal  ��������� Wm. Molson Maophehsw, Pros,      8. II. Ewixo, Vice-Pies.  James Elliot, (jcneml Manager'  PAID UP CAPITAL * ���������     ,-    $2,500,000  RESERVE ���������    .        .... .    '   2,050,000  general banking business ti'oiiaieto.l.   Interest allowed on deposits ttt current rates.  F. MACBETH, Manager, , *        -   '  REVELSTOKE, JB. C.  tiovyn  lMim-  An Active Point  F. C. Elliott, iIip twcll  solit-iUjr, came, into tlie c-iiy cm  il.iy. He informs us tliat a number  uf outsiders in (J n-iw coming into  Trent Lake.  The C. P.. H.1- Iinvo men nil along  the, line between Selkirk nnd L-irdo.  An ncli^o demand in expected fur  /J'icuii. Luke City Kits. Quiti! a number  i.f lots haw. lieen luki'ii up with the  intention nf building mi tin-Ill. Several  private, houses are bring elected, and  JSIr. Piper lias about, doubled tlie  rapacity of Iiis building. A number  i.i' people, are coining inlu 'J'niut Lake  tVoin 11 hi Selkirk i iul,  di serving nf credit, were: Executive  ���������Messrs. Kineaid, Adair anil M.illiit-;  reception���������-Messrs. P.ilinei-. Saxon,  McLeod, Manning, Gordon. McGinnis.  A 1 i-ogiMiu'iiii! of 23 dances was ar-  langcd. The music vvas supplied by  Mcs.-rs. Taylor, (violin). Humphreys,  (piano), O'Neill, (rlaiionel), S.i\vyijr-,  (itoiiibotu-), anil Ed.vaids, (cornel.)  The follow ing are some of lhe dresses  u-iii-u by tlii> ladic.-; Mis. Newman,  bin-Ic'satin tiiiiiiiicil wilh lat-e; Mis.-  M Phei'son, (|tiecn . inm-liu trimmed  wilh lace; Mr*. Temple, black Willi  lace: Mrs. Lyiiii������, shut silk and ci-eain  chifTon; Mrs. BnngarJ, while  .-Ilk  ai-tl  i lace; Mrs. J. McLean, white lawn;'Mrs.  I .1. ,' McLcod.     pearcuk    salinj      Mr-.  Uiqtihiut.  grey  velvet; Mrs.  P.ilnnr,  SELKIRK LOOSE  A Successful Ball.  The railway hoy.-! nevi.'i-dn anylhing  by halves, and the dance licld at, the  opening of Lhe Melk irk IlallonThiii'-day  week was just such a success as they  know ho-.v In eus-.ire. 'J'iic hall was  lircllilv ileeoraled for llie occasion,  end ri'llccled lhe Ugliest, credit ou lhe  ��������� Hiniuiill.eu who had charge of: I his  .portion of Ihi; work���������-Messis. Kini-aid,  McLeod,   Adah',   a.id'   Gordon.'    The  On Chinese-Japanese  Immigration.  Important Evidence Given at Rev-  -    elstoke.  On Saturday the Roval Commis-'  sion  appointed  hy ' the Dominion'  Government, to investigate the subjects of Japanese ancl Chinese im-''  migration, held a session   at the'  Hotel Revelstoke.     The Commission consists of Messrs. Clute, K.C.,  of Toronto, chairman ; D. J. Munn, |  of New Westminster, and C. Folev.  of Rossland ; F. J, Deane, secretary,  A. Crawford, stenographer, and .0,'  Wilson, representing the Provincial  Government."  ltOAD MA.ST13M  XKWMAVS EVlDl-JNTli.  W.   M.   Newman,    roadmaster,  titated the C, P. R. had at present  about 35 Chinese and 25 Japs employed on the' mountain division,  on extra gangs .and section work.  Ill winter the number of Chinese  and Japs employed here wus much  less.    These men were taken 611 in  the busy" season owing to the scai1-  city_ of   labor.'    Hungarians ancl  Italians constituted the men mainly  on   the road  now.     Some" of the  Italians had .turned  out very good  men and good settlers for the country.     Japs were much better than  Chinese.     Pic would" reckon, that  four Italians or Hungarians and  five 'Chinese or Japs were equal to  three "Britishers.     The -scale   of  wages for  Britishers,''-Hungarians  or Italians was the same,'but varied  for Chinese and Japs.    Italians and  Swedes, brought their families here.  The   section "foremen'   and   extra  foremen were mainly Swedes,   Ho  had  two Italians as foremen,   If  Britishers on the section got the  same wages as  miners, bridgmen,  brakesmen,.and firemen, they would  settle down to  the work.    These  classes'averaged from $1.75 to $2.50  per day,   The Company furnished  the section men wilh houses lo live  in, "Very few of them were married  except the' foremen,     Board was  $4.25 per week, ..They did not work  Sundays except in emergency,  Ihe  cooks were ali Chinamen, except nt  Rogers Pass.   Had tried white men  as cooks, but it was hard to keep  them.  Mr. Foley���������Are you in favor cf  llie exclusion of Chinese and Jnp<  uhese?  Mr. Newlnan���������I alii. I cchsidei'  it would-be of much greater ad van1  tiige to the country if the government would , spend money in introducing English, Scotch, nnd Irish  immigrants instead of foreign-labor.  To Mr, Foley���������The Chinamen  are contracted for from the Kwong-  on Wo company of New Westminster.-and the wages paid that  company, I believe the Chinese  workmen get the amounts paid  nearly ail back, but the company  furnish them with provisions.  T1IK TAILOJUNCi TRAD].;.  George Winters, tailor, said that  Chinese tailors at Kamloops made  suits of clothe:- for .12 to iflp that  white tailors would get from $25 to  '20 being crowded into' a single  room. Seventeen Chinese 'shacks  had been burned down owing lo  their unsanitary condition. The  condition of Chinese buildings  should ,be investigated. -Tl-.e scarcity, of girls for domestic work was  largely responsible for the domestic  employment of Chinese.  To Mr. .Foley���������Was of opinion  that if girls could be obtained they  would be employed in domestic  service iu preference lo Chinese.  He' would prefer to see white men  employed generally because they  could give better satisfaction-than  Chinese. The Japs were a far more  intelligent class of people than  Chinese.    ��������� ���������   ,  KAILWAY MJDN's VIEW::.  R. Farwell, machinist at the C.  P. R. shops, expressed his'opinion  that Chinese and Japs were injuri-  ,'ous to the country in that they retarded its progress by 'preventing  more desirable immigration. They  did not assist in improving the condition of' the country but came to  make what' money Ihey could and  then return, The Unions had offered to bring in girls to replace Chinese labor in the city. [ ' , .  ' Aid. McLeod considered Chinese  immigration should be discouraged  as it kept out white immigration.  He did not consider the poll tax of,  $100 sufficient restriction. He instanced in his own experience in  the city how, the neighborhood of  Chinese laundries ancl stores;- re>  chic-ed the value of real estate and  raised the rates'of insurance.  ��������� , Police Magistrate Sibbald put in  a statement giving the following  criminal convictions of the city for  the past year : ��������� Whites���������theft 5,  mischief' 2, drunk and-disorderly  22, by-law infractions 5, vagrants  42, assaults 0, gaol-breaking 1,'  Chinese���������theft 1, infraction of bylaws^, vagrants 2.  The Commissioners left :on* the-  following morning for Soutlf Koo't-  cnav.     ���������        ���������    ��������� '      ���������,  Construction From  The Company Will Complete  the  "===%--~Line Right Through. <  We recently published a statement of a C. P. R. oflicial'that the  time was coming when the Crows  Nest Road would be made the route  for heavy, traffic across the Rocky  and .Selkirk Ranges, ancl that Revelstoke would be thegreat junction  of the system.   ,  We are now informed on good  authority lhat llie C. ?'. R. have  determined, no doubt with a view  to carrying out the above policy, to  start almost immediately the  section of railway from Arrowhead  to connect with the Lardo system.  If this be so it will be a more  Edwards, cornpt; L. McNeill, clarionet.-  The following was the cast of the  play: Daniel White,, uupopularly  known as v-Milky White," '-T. IL  Dunne; D-ui"])uggs, n milk hoy, R. H.  Savvyei; Archibald Good, a veterinary;  .surgeon, Beit Temple; Rude Boys, P.  Dunne and H. Burridge; Mrs. Sad-  chip, neighbor of .White and pro-  prieloi- of a Unity linen Emporium,  Mrs. Dunne; Annie White,' daughter  of While, Miss Dunne.  T. li. Dunne was very successful as  "Milky White," mid Mrs. Dunne was  good as Mis. S.iddrip, while Miss  Dunne's acting vvas most creditable.'  Probably the best-piece of acting was,,  ho.vever, that of R. Ii. Sawyer, ks  Duggs, and his work vvould have been  a ciedit to any company.  The audience were delighted with  the progr-.miiie presented and wilh ihe  excellent way in which it wus curried  out. '  At llie eW. the hall was cleared  fill-n dance, for which a goodly number  remained.  sound, progressive policy, which  cannot fail to, effectually open up  the Lardo, than if the "line were  simply built from Lardo to Trout  Lake and allowed to remain there  for another year.'  The C. P, R. arc alive to what is  in the interests of their system and  no doubt this desirable, feature of  their policy of construction has  been recognised and 'will be acted  Oil.   ' - '.,'���������',''  , This policy is most important to  Revelstoke,' and will enable this  city,to maintain its trade relations  with all parts'of the Lardeau.  astern  A Promising East Duncan-Ppjpeiiy  Major Clohccy, manager for the  Kootenay Consolidated, an English-American company with heacl-  'quarters at -Everett, Wash., is at  Golden with a view to. resuming  development work oli-llie Bennison  croup of claims on the eastern slope  of the Duncan, on the boundary  between East and West Kooten'av.  Sm'tfi and-French Creok Hydraul'c  Propsrt.'oi.  Wc undfisi,���������md that'Mr. J. W.  Cliepifr'Woi'ili,,,()f Tcronln, is negoli-  alinuvvith capitalists in ihe East to  (���������oiii|ileie ilie plant on the Smith Greek  and t,,i ench Greek hydraulic prnperlies,  in'I lie Big Bend district We hope  that those negotiations will be carried  This is one of-the most promising 1 ihi'imgh successfully, as we feel con-  propei'tics in the Kootenay?, the  remarkable feature about it being  the pcr?ip.enee of gold values froni  { ozi to 7 ozs. per ton. Indeed"from  v.'hnt wc have seen of the LardeaU  ore?) the conditions of .this property  are similar to .those found, iii the  Lardeau!   ,  The property has several veins,  from '2 feet,to Vl feet iit width; running in parallel series, and prc-enl-.  ing every evidence of true Assuring.  There arc also numerous smaller  cross veins forming a sort of stock-  worjc, Several kinds of ore are  found on the properly-grey cupper,  clialcopymoT^'ancr" galena. The  property.is well situated for economical exploitation, tho Duncan  slope presenting a vertical depth of  2000 feet over which the veins can  be traced. In die place there is a  face of 82 ft. G in. of ore���������probably  about 12 feet in rectangular width  Iklent- that good will result fiom sunn  tu thin set-linn nf the country, and  I'riiiii what wc I'.uow of 1I1.. iiropi'i'lie.-  wo lin vt* every cuiilldeiice In t heir I liming out well iinilt'i skillful and' honest  iiiaiiageiiH'til.. Tt looks at present as if  there was u bright prospect near at  hand for the future ilevelopmeiib of  our northern cuuulry, which has been  known for so ninny years past to be .0  abundantly rich." ,      ,  The sleaiubnat connection between  lu-iv ancl La port e will also assist  miners very unite! ially in gulling in  supplies, a thing that has been much  needed for years p:is|��������� ���������  We hope .-non tj be able to' vt u-  gratulate Uu- parties who have been  fortunate enough lo siciuo stub magnificent I'lTiperiies as tlie French  Greek nnd S.nitli Gi'et-k pt-opeities are  believed to be, Hud .-hall wi.-h lliein  every success in their ven'.niv.  Meeting of, Trustees  tt  vv'  f  ,  Visit of Representative of Victorian'  .  Order of"Hurse$.  ������  ���������  ' The provisional Itustc-es of the. Rev.  elstoke Hospital are gelling lo woik  wilh every prospect ot succes-5. On  Tuesday Ihey met, at, the Hotel Revelstoke, Miss McLeod, superintendent of  lhe Victorian Order of Nurses,-who  promised lo interest herself un' behalf  of a hospital for Kevelsttike, and "made  some suggestions ef value ' lo llio  trustees, tiud on which they.w'ill act. ,  A formal meeting of the trustees was .  then held when ihere were 'presents  Messrs.-, .ivilpntrickr -*B. Ii. -'Atl������u>v'  Temple,. Brewster, Abrahamson ��������� in tl  Howsnn. Mr'. Kilpatriek was'elected  chairman, and Mr. AI kins secretary.  The chairman said he expected the  mailer 0" sile would be. 111 ranged in  the course of a week, and a coininilleu ���������  vvas nppc in ted lo submit a report to ,11  meuling to be called for that puiposc.  Miss McLeod kindly offered lo cn������  de'avor to obtain for the use of lliu  coiiiinitlce lhe pians of the hospital nl  Retina, wl icii cost S3000 to build ai d  fiirn'..-h,  Ai at'least another $2000 or $80,'U  will he required in luldilion to the gov*  eminent grant, it was decided to invite  the co-operation of the ladies in raising  the lequitcd sum.   '  RIVELSTOKE LUMBER C0MP/HY  c  The lievel.-.lokc Liuii1.pi- Company  has been incorporated l)y,lts>5i>lii'ltiir-i  Messrs. Harvt-y, McCarter and Pink*  ham,  The capital Is staled at'S20.000.  It. lion-son, 11. Davie.*', J. Me-MalioH,  W. A. Koote, ancl J. Knapp are lliti  Iirst (lirrcfors. ..  The Iirst statutory meeting will be  held on June 10th.  black Swiss; Mrs. Jackson, heliotrope j the trimming? $1.50, Tailors got  silk; Mis. Corl.-y, black; Mm. Ilooh-y, | $2.50 for making pants and vests  black brocade; Mrs. McLaughlin, white I and U.oO 10 $8 for COllts.    A tailor  1.30 for, The same"thing occurred j o{ vein. Several Ions of this ore  at Vancouver. The tweed for such were shipped to 11 Sound .meltci-  a suit  would cost about -17,50 ancl   and realised an average of $80 per  organdie over pink; Miss (Junnoi-,  organdie muslin; Miss Dell, while 01-  g.indie; Miss Shepaul, Nile green and  lice; Miss' Duncan, white organdie;  Miss SiepheiiMMi, white SwUm Miss  Temple, while organdie over pale bine;  Mias Lawrence, Nile green wilh l.ice  and ribbon velvet; Mi.-s Bolton, white  Swiss; Miss Tiii-iiIiiiII, white Swi������s:  Miss Cut ley, while organdie over pink.  Seven pupils weie presenled from  Itevelstoke school fi r the High School  entrance examinations ami all passed,  which Is very creditable to the s'l.lr ol  the local school. The candidate-* vvei*,-  as follows:' II,-,iIl.ie Iji-owii, De.-sie-Law-  smi, Laura Whit niore:, Edii.-r N. ihi,  l'_r;iesl/ IJanson,   I'Yanu   (iiieiiii.   aiid  vUiny ;Cv'Uiii|illc'i,slyiwl|y. are' ��������� .ctjuiillj- ',M>'U'iou Adair.  could make a living in the northwest where .-.there were 110 Chinese  tailors, when he could not do it in'  British Columbia' where there were  Chir.e.c tailor.-.  Matthew A. Wilson gave evidence that journeymen tailors got  very poor wages through this western country and it was inainly due  to the Chinese engaged in the business, Tlie bare necessaries of life  in this country cost #50 a month.  He considered the carrying on of  business by Chinese as injurious lo  white people in other businesses.  HEALTH 0)TK.K]!.  Dr. Cross, as health oflicer of,the"  city, stated.' that the- Chinese lived  _uii{|ct un?a;iitary cbnclitjoiis, ;5to  ton. A groat deal of ore was developed in the neighborhood of a  dioritc dvko two years ago,- No  work was done Ja-t year. A- great  deal of development work has bcin  carried out on the properly.  ��������� Major Clohccy is olie of the best  mining moll opi rating in Kootenay.  having hud large experience in. lhe  States. We with him success in  the coming season's development,  work for he has carried out his  enterprise in the face of terrible  difficulties.   ���������  The Works comiiiiliee will report Lo  the city council In nighL recommend-  iutf Ihe impiiiveineiit of the present  reservoir and existing waler supply a"  owing t'n the slate1 of the. ���������company's,  (inances the extension of the1 water,*  works cannot he undertaken at pt-'es-  t'iil. ������������������" '���������-".' '.'  '' "y ��������� . :-:  Perform:n:3 of "Mikj White."  A good attendance assembled at lhe  opera hoii-e on May "Jlih, vv hen the  Dunne family, assisted by !'. II.  Sawyer, licit Temple and II. Bur-  ri'lg", put mi the. serin -comic drama  " Milky While,.'' Tlie occasion was  the Iirst public presentation of the  new- scenery painted for the opera  house, by Messis. C-ipe.land and Dunne,  aud which was. much admired. The  drop scene, >?t, Begl.ie, the woik of  .Mr. C'.pcl.itid'.i blush, foi ins one of  the. litiest. pieces of woik from the  .scene painter'., brush tu he. found iu  lhe prov ince.  Tii1? music was provided by ' au . ox  ce!le it. orchestra as.follows:   J. Taylor,  violin,   (leader);   J,   E.  .Humphries,.  I'li'ii ; ll,   IJ,. ..Sirrj-er,   tivnib'.iiej  ���������������  st. i-i-:r:���������:;.���������.-..  Next S.in.i-iy in Trinity Sunday when  llieu-iial  service-  wiil  lie held by ti.u  Vicar.  .\r___TiionisT i.itCL.cu.  Hew S. ,1. Thump-ion pieacli.tl bis  farewell m'iiiio 1 on .Sunday Highland  revleA'i d Ins work doling Llie llitee  year, he has been in Rcvclr-luke. Mis.  Dent and Miss Fee rang nicely ll--n  duel ''We'll meet luaiu al flouie." Ho  left yesterday morning .with his family  fur hi-   new   charge   at   Kasln,  Rev, Mi, Lad-iir, who succeeds Rev,  Mr, Thompson heie, arrived to-day,  SALVATION AllMV.  This being  their w cl; of Self D.-i iul  local Salv.-iiluuists are.  bti.-y culled ing  for the l'.ti.d.  Then: will he an ice cream social >,t  lhe BatTacKi.tc-nriiTiiw evening. Pre*  ceeds to help the lo.-al win k. A heaity  invitation to all,  l'llli :-U i'TKRIAN CHURCH.  ,   Rev, XV, C, Cald-'i' will 1 house as lhe  subject of bis discourse Sunday evening  "The law of the Christian f'ab.  bal'i."  Every business man wants to hi y  the kind-'of advertising tl at brings lie  best ruiarns "You g.-L lhat kind in  the v'o.'.t-ii.vi'ufUe K.^o,^;-,v������-?-Jau;,''"������������������.'''".  ���������������������������.t_it-ajiraM_H)M^^ THE KOOTENAY MAIL  XCbe Ikootenav flfrail  PUBLISHED  EVERY KJIIDAY.  ��������� .VT- '  i 0  rhvelstoke. b.c,  ul)5sri?tion   Price,   $2.00   Par    Annum  iiJYEUTISIX'U I.ATE8 quoted on application.  JOn I'niNTINT. of every kind al most reason  able rate* and shortest notice.  ACCOUNTS for job printing or advertising  payable on the tir-t of every inontli; sub-  sc-.-iptior.i payable strictly in ;ulvaiiee.  COTtUEiJPON'DEXCE invited oil all mutter,  nf loot or nnhlie intcrc-t. All comnninica-  1 ions to lliu Editor iiiti-tlm accompanied  by the name of tlie -v.ritcn-, not n'eees--arily  fur pii'-ilicitiiin. lint -������-=" ������:n evi.leii.'i- i.f  Un,v] fiiiih? Clni-rcEpmiiluncc must micli Uie  ofileo by Tuesday avenini; in order'lo iind a  place iii the Ucot i-jiiie or" tho JM.ul after  receipt.   ���������  AddroflS  Tuii Kootenay JIail,  ,'     Itevelstoke, B.C.  P. 0. Box TO, ncvolstoko Station.  Tclcphoiii! So.'ZG.  coasi that J. C. Brown, who represents New Westminster in the legislature, will be appointed Provincial  Treasurer cm the resignation of tl.e  oflice by its present holder, Hon. J.  II. Turner.  Vavcouyei. has some admirable  citizens but none better than Thos.  Dunn, of the well-known hardware  firm of Thos. Dunn ct Co., Limited.  opinions, based on a*n extensive experience amongst workmen.   '  CITY AGENTS.  Copies of Tin: Mail may be obtained from  the following ciiy agent-,:  ,      , J. \V. nrcN.VlTT.  Canada Dure; k hook Co.  l'\ JJ. Wells.  LONDON; KNG��������� AGENCY.  The Iiiinerlnl Type Foundry Co., Liniilcil.  Advcrli.-iiiy A(,'etit������, A High Sti-ccl, lircnll'ord,  L-jiidon W'��������� E-io'land.  Knropcnn ami Colonial Advertising Agency.  Ill Fleet St,  ��������� ,  TOP.ONTO AGENCY.  Central lJrc������������ Agency, Canadian Ad verliairig  Agency, Agent>>. '  JI0NTKJCAL AGENCY. !    c  A.'McKi.il &,Co��������� Agents.  lJiis'j.u*at.-, Adv-eniaing Agency,  Sl'OKANK AGENCY.   ,  Alex'iuiclei- & Co., Advertising, Agent-!, Ml  Kn-ol Ave, "    ,  li-' all reports are'true Revelstoke  has at its door (he richest gold  fields in Briti.-h Columbia. We  refer to' the Fish Creek quartz  propositions. The Imperial and  Eva, and neighboring properties  give more promise than any section  in the province today, and there is  sure to be great activity and a keen  Mr.  Dunn   is   now,  directing   hit  efforts'towards securing  a  smelter   demand   for   properties    in    that  for Vancouver, aud looks as if he  is going to succeed.  There is no better business advertising medium in the Kootenays  than the Kootenay Mail. The  Mail has now a large and steadily  increasing circulation amongst the  class of people who arc buyers and  whose selection of the firms with  whom they,deal is naturally derived  from lhe columns of the Mail,  district during the coming seascn.  Mr. Sibbald, who returned from a  visit to that district on Monday,  says that if the Held anything like  justifies the reports in circulation  about it, Fish Creek is destined to  he one of the richest and most  active mining centers in the province, <  ceeding is being attempted in  regard to the production of lead,  and if the Dominion government  can render that attempt abortive,  as the Ontario government has rendered lhe other two 'abortive,- our  neighbors may tire after a while of  their attempts to put those of our  industr:o_> which threaten to compete with them at a disadvantage."  3K2E3Z_������___3B&X__������___3������������  ssan  TFI       C  |       BaaoBS E__a_BB__________l________^^t_.    ..  .   7  arge  and  well  lighted  SAMPLE ROOMS.   Heated by  hot air and electric bells  anil  light in every room.   Free bus meets all  trains.'  REASONABLE RATES.  Niflht Grill Koom in connection for the  convenience of Knelt* arriving and departing by night trains. Hourly street  car between hotel and station.  JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ��������� ,   SAN FRANCISCO AGENCY."  IC. C. Dalle, 01 und (ij Merchant-, Exchange,  Ab'ciil-.      ' , ���������>  , NEW YOl.K AGENCY,  Ilciaiiigton Uro?., old Erondivay.  CIRCULATION.  Tin:   ICooTi.XAY _\I.ui. !ia> a llist-ohi-^ eir-  ' filiation   in tliu.l'ilv ol   licvel-luku ami-air-  roinkling, diiiricl, aii'l, ul-o  at  lliu following  place-,:  Albert, Canyon Illcc-iiluwnel  ���������-, (���������'liieii-t-' liogeif Pa1-*  ,Golden Salmon Ann  Arrowhead Thomson'.-. Landing  Cuinnplix , I'liniborne  Ti-ont Luke City l''ergti.-on  "   Halcyon Hot Springs Nakn-p  Jim-ton City Fire Valley.  J   W. CROSS, M. D.  BUUGEON TO THE C. P. K., CITY HEALTH  OinriCHK.  Oflice: Taylor DIotk, Mackenzie Avenue.  Tuv.- News-Advertiser draws attention to the fact that large quantities of. wood pulp arc shipped  through Vancouver to Japan, while  immense quantities of paper also  go by way of that port for Australia.  The pulp was made in eastern Canada and the paper in the Stales.  There is no reason why, pulp and  paper should - not be made in  British Columbia just as well as in  any other pari cf the Dominion,   '  F. W. Thompson, manager of the  H  A.RVEY & McOAItTKIl  DAIUUSTFRS, SOLICITOUS, ETC.  iO.VS   n.lN.v  fcTOKE, IJ. C,  .Money to loan.  Ollice;: l-cvelstoke, B. C.; Fori Steele, R C.  Guo. S. McOahths,        ' J. A. IIahvi.y,  Itevelstoke, 13. C. Fori Steele, 13. C.  Ogilvie Milling Company, remarked  to the Colonist: ;: I think, there is  a wonderful future for the whole of  British Columbia. - I may be optimistic, but I am fully of the opinion  from my intimate' knowledge of  that portion-of Canada from Port  Arthur, and the great lakes to' the  Pacific coast,, that there will be -.a  population in less than 25 years' as  large as the present population of  the whole Dominion of Canada.;!  PROGRESSIVE   LEGISLATION,"  The Australian colonies are in  the van as regards their political  systems, ��������� Stale railways, state telephones, slate land tenure, progressive land and 'income lax. arbitration and conciliation, state life  insurance, slate advances to settlers  at low rales of interest, are some of  I) ' t  the reforms lo be found, on the  statute book there. And now, in  the first federal election, Tasmania  has gone one belter, and bus adopted  the-Hare system'of representation  with apparent success. This is a  svslem bv which minorilv ballots  are not,lost where there 'are -three  candidates for one seal or several  for one constituency, but minorities  secure their due quota of'-'representation.        ,. ���������  Societies and' Friends Pay   Their  Last Tritutes.  J.  M.' SCOTT, B.A., LL.D.  BaHHISTEK.    SOLICITOH,    NOTAHY  Public, Btc.  McKenzie Ave, . -   KevcUliike, B. (J.  A.  II. UOLDIOII  an  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST AND  ASSAYEH.  Royal School of Mines, London. '  Seven years at Morfa Work.--, Swansea.  Seventeen  years Chief  Cheininl  to Wlgc  Coal and Iron Co,, Eng.  Late Chemist mid As-ayer, Hall Mine-;, Ltd,  '"Every dc-criptioii o������ tis^uy and uiialytica  work undertaken. '    ,  Claims examined and reported upon.  KEVELSTOKE, 13. C.  THE SCHOOL QUESTION,  l.v Quebec they "do not appear to  consider the ������ Manitoba school  question dead, for Bishop Cloutier,  of Three Rivers, who has just returned from Rome, has declared  his dissatisfaction with the existing  conditions in these words:' "'" Whatever anyone may say, this unhappy  Manitoba school question is not.yet  settled, and the principles which  dominate this question of education,  such as laid clown in the leaching  of tlie church, arc not,"yet fully  applied in practice in -the western  province. My brothers, I have just  come from Rome, where I was able  lo inform, myself on what .was  thought,, of this question, and I can  tell you this.'at Rbmc they still  expect the fullest realization of the  Tin; Dominion government have 1)ronjifes made in lhat regard'. The  been asked by, the imperial govern- j qucstion can< therefore, not be con-  mcnt.asthc results of protests from i g;tiei.eci settled so  the Japanese goyernmenr.  to  dis  , Chief of Police Bain is deserving  of the highest recognition for the  .excellent and generous way in  which he .has looked after ,'lhe  people in quarantine. Ho-has gone  to no cud of. trouble to provide  them with reading matter and  ���������minister, to their comforts, and we  'are sure his ef.'oris will be much appreciated by-those who have been  in the unpleasant position of being  j unable for the time being  to  help  I themselves,  long   as   these  promises are not fullv carried out."  A HANDSOME TRIBUTE,  Say:-   ihe  Trout   Lake   Topic i  " Whatever Tom Taylor's attitude  E  TOWARD A., 11 AG GEN.  Mixing Engineer,  (Mem. Anicricm In-Utnti- Mining Engineer.-)  (Mem. Ca-.l.idiiin Mining Institute.)  Revelstoke, IJ. C.  Examination of and report-; on Miiural Pro-  pst-tlu.- a Specialty.  TEbe Ikootenav flftaf I  allow ihe anti-Japanese legislation  passed at last session of the provincial legislature. The reason  given is that the homo zovcrnmeii:.  "for reasons of imperial policy, does  j not want any rupture in the re- mily }..,lv0 {)cen on the political  ; lations ' nf Lritain with Jaj an. '-question- ari-ing in the province'  ! e.-pecially nt this' juncture, and during the two-tos.-ions he has rcp-  j hence it asks tho Dominion govern-- rectn'cfl the' Xnrth Riding, in the  ! ment to exercise its authority,   nnd ��������� Legit-lain re. "it will be admitted 'by  all that he has'done  v.x-11  by  his  consumen;s   in   ilif    amount-   of  .-v.cn   tnor-cy for public  wnrj;-  which' he  "iea<^ ' has   obtained   for   them.    Jn   the  One of the most popular men in  the west was W. H. Caldwell,  partner with A. Vve in the Queen's  Hotel. The news of his death came  as a shock to his friehdst4"or, he had  been at the ball in connection ���������wilh  the Selkirk Lodge, of which he was  a member, the night before. ��������� Returning home he was taken ill and  Dr. McLean was sent for and pronounced the illness to be due to-an  affection of tho heart from, which  deceased had suffered for some  time. By 7 a, m. on Friday Mr,  Caldwell breathed his last,  Deceased was born at Carlton  Co., Ont., iu August 1859; and was  therefore -tl years and nine months  of age at the time of his death," He  came to the west in the spr'ng of  1879. and worked on the C. P. R.  construction,,' In 1880 he joined  the stuff of the C, P. R,, operating  as a brakeman on the hill at Field  for a lime. From that he was promoted to the position of conductor,  which he held in the freight ancl  passenger departments from 1887  to 1897, running .out of Donald,  and also having been stationed for  a lime on lhe Sicamous branch.  After leaving tho railway service  he took over the Nelles house at  Donald, which he conducted lill  after the removal of the shops to'  Revelstoke. In November of last  year, in partnership wilh A. "Vye,  who had been a friend of his since  construction days, he took over the  Queen's Hotel at Revelstoke, and  subsequently removed his family  to this city.    -  Deceased took an active part in  politics, and nt the second last  election he worked - very hard for  the late \V. G. Ncillson, whose  return 'was largelv due to- his  efforts. " On Hon.' W. ' C. ; Wells  running for the .seat on the  last two occasions, he found in Mr.,  Caldwell' a staunch supporter,  Deceased -was one of ' the biggest'  hearted men to be-found, and many  a story is told of generous deeds on  his part to his fellows, Deceased  leaves'a widow and family of Uifet^  a boy and two girls, to mourn^Ji'iT  loss. lie had two brothers in the  west, Jas, T. Caldwell, who was  .present at the funeral, and John  A. Caldwell, who is in the Lillooet  "WHOLESALE  Wine&LiquoFMerehant  THE CENTRAL HOTEL  ABRAHAMSON BROS.  PROP'S.  ��������� to veio the k-ai_-laticn.  FRIDAY, MAV :il.  IW1.  Oni: of the objects of J. Pierpoiu  Morgan'.- vi-it to England is t>i  o.-ganirc the ������irongi-"l bank in the  wjrld.  Mu. }-i.A< k-tik.is' has taken  an active pari in the siivc  retinery question that there it?  opinion lit-,on-.e qrar;cr-> that  syndicate which he rep-f-cnt--  ;uplv for the b' \\\:-. If m>. tie.-  m'n'ng men of th:.- province i.a\e  oil'.'clear duly, ainl that i1- to op-  pu c (his indn.-ir  an  the  will  Trout Lake  dir-trit-i  alone  ie .has  district,  Deceased was a member of the  Mountain Lodge of Masons, having  joiiiccl the'lodge at Donald) also of  the Selkirk Lodge of Oddfolluws.  We are also informed that his life  was insured in the B, of R> T. for  -ft.SOO.  Tin: i-i'N:i:i.Ai.i  The i'tilicral look place oil Moii =  day afternoon from (he Masonic  Hall, Bro, Gordon, as marshal,  formed the procession, which' consisted of the members of the Selkirk  and Revelstoke Lodges of Oddfellows, then the Band under Band-  j master Sawyer, and next the Masons  headed by W. M. Bro. Fraser. Then  came .the remain-* in  a  beautiful  A. HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY & A HOUSEHOLD BEAUTIFIER.  A dry powder put up in 5lb. packages and in 25 beautiful shades.  When house cleaning be sure.ancl use. JVJURALO anc' have something for.your Vvork.    Easily applied and wont rub off.  McLennan, McFccly & CO. Ltd., 122 Cordova St., Vancouver, B. C.  CARPETS,  ART SQUARES, ,  RUGS,     ,  LINOLEUMS,  WALL PAPERS,  CURTAINS,  ETC., ETC.  Everything to furnish a Home in modest or elaborate style.  Write for our j qo 1 Catalogue���������free. It contains loco illustrations, all priced.  Complete Furnishers,  Victoria, B. C,  -THE   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE  No. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOOK, NELSON, E. C.  (lol'l, Silver-Lead anil Copper Milieu wanted at tiic KXHIANGI..  Ji'ItKE MIUjING OOI.U pi-oiici'iloH wanted at'iaieo for ldii-tcrn invchtorn.  I'ai'tlc-i liavintf iiiiainir pi'opertj- for sale ai-o ronucPtccl to send atiuiplcfl ol their ore to the  I.XC.TtANOl-:roi-exliil)ilion.  All Hamplos .should lie nent by PX|ircH������, PRRPAIDi  eon-cupoiuiciice solicited,   Adtli-cis all coiniiiiinicatloiis to  Telephone No. 10=1.   P, 0. Itox 700. AXnKENf F. ROEfiNBtlilGJCIli ttoluoii) 6.0.  he] lit,'  jilaced  in  the hands of lhe (^mdiiriiam-Black-  ' _-tock r-yndicalc.   rijn- oi-cration.- of    , that -yndicate  have,   iu   -ay   thc-  Tiii: Topic-avs then: U a lot ()f | ietisr. been anything but favorable'  ilif_.atiM-acti.in ' in Trout ' Lake j to bona fidemimngin thi- rr.)vinco. ;  district over the deiav ui the -,yv- and nobody wants lo ,ee the Mlvei-'  c/nment in -tw.in* the n1CM:ng of j lcid refining indu-try fe-et into such j  l'ic trnils. ! hand-,     ,  ni.-i;  'jiie  It in suited thai >"w Louir iJavier-  will retire from I lie iJominion  Cabinet and lu .-iitcceded by Hon.  Mr. Kmmer.-on.or a L'ritii-h Coituii-  b':a niy-mber.  llir*  IV.,-  Jt   i-   now    dor.bliul     whelhe  British Columliia will obt.-iiit Inrger. aiif  ��������� reiiTC-entation.. in   the    Dominion  parliament, its the increase in population in this province'is raid to be  offset 'bv t'he incrca-ein (Quebec.,  Ii'ijf* ?������B������iffil!.v'Wiwl ii-t'.ih'c-  Tin: evidence g.vrn before  Chine-e Coniiiii--i( n on Saturday  by J-iondinas-ter Xf-iuiian contained  cxprc*-sion-of opinion that will bo \ crush out Canadian industries by  endor.-fd by every woll-wi-her of ! lariff or other machination-. St:c-li  Canada. The system of foreign attempts h.-ne been made in otJier  imriiigraMoii should k- discoiirngcd 'cares, a- we know.    A farriilinr oiie  ' n-cfi-i-r-nce given to that from ' is thai where Ontario saw in ill,"  tlie.'-'British. Isles. ' Mr,' Newman j were being.rapidly-extirpated by a.  also showed how the railway service -j high American duty on s'awii'  can oii'.ain the best  of  lal:or, .and '��������� lumber,.-���������whiji  -err.red a -rant of over *M.OOO and   mounted collin.   The relatives and  .    (.       . ",    -.,-, , ,.    ,,,    friends and general public followed.  in   he -.-.bo C' u.uj a    amount  t"_-       ,,., y '     ,   ,    .      .,  ..." ,.., .    ,   '        J lie   cortege   proceeded   lo    the  greeting o-s,r *.jo,0U0. lin, a- a Presbyterian church, where rcrvice  bravo -bowing fur ^o yoi n-_' a j w������.? conducted by Rev, ^Vr. A.  rncmb'-r   ; nd   no matter  how  we ' Calder. ap.-i.-,'*-ed by the choir under  ditVei-   ii-.-.i:,   him   mi    oil.tr i Ml"' C"okl   AiiQV  lhe pci'vicc   the  ,. .     ���������     ' ������--,t1 prof:e:-������ioli wended its  way to  -��������� iu-;n i o i'i'-  we  mo v  srive ; ,.    J  ,    , , .,     <      ��������� -, ,  '      '   . , j tlie (.(.meter/ where the  beautiful  hhr/every <r.'d:i :or  toe^ artcn:nn j n,smf t,ial f'n.it.G  of  (ho   jjaHOiiic  hi: ha.- given,the novi.- of  hi-  c,\\- j body was read hy L'ro. Jenifer,  -tiiuent-." i     Mr-, h'tirrett. sister of Mr.=, Cithh  ===r==___r___r=====_: j well, came from Greenwood  to  at  tend the fuJi'Ji'iil, nnd beautiful  wreaths were pent by the Maf-'ou.-,  Oddfc']lowH.Traiuii)'-n; IJis Worship  the Mavor and Mips J?rowii and  " h !r)l-t l"-' -'iir] | Othfil'S, "  '-^.iieidal   policy'     .Much .-ynipalliy is felt fur  Miv,  'o-.ved  inv-rci.-'f.-' CaJdwe'l and children in their  sad  -,,,   XQ\ berciivemeii^,  ..   I UUi������i 1 _3Oi   I  and with it comes the question of where you can purchase to the best  advantage A 'NEW SPRING SUIT. We have jusl opened up otir  Spring Slock of Suits, Pants', Shirts, etc, and. feel safe in saying that we  can more I linn please vou iu those lines. Wc also carrv the SLATER  SHOE. .  Needless to say our Groceries are'always satisfactory. Drop in when  passing and" see for yourselves. Costs ycu nothing to sec goods. No  trouble to show them.  Front Street, Revelstoke, B.C.  ILVJ-R-LICAD RKFIXJNG.  *'"i'd   boituth  S] caking of  The fiiobi' .-ay.-:  that it would 1":  on our part if wo al!'  on the  other '-:dc- of  ii'  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords.      Best  Wines, Liquors, & C igars.  ,    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate,  OT.     ALBERT     STOISTE,    PBOP.  aLMmrjiB.'Miar^^>umiruia������'i.iMiHfat^j^Miijmf>r't  It Saved His Leg,  logs  were free. --'.A  we wc'.'c nio,-.l. agreeably ..jmprcsserl  liy the clear and  sti-aightforward  ra?Bfi*rin''.i''hi';h'-.hv jwM hi'; An vvpn mn bi^rhnnil^L p<)  similar'.device Avusj'iiit in  force on,  manufactured pulp and spruce, logs,  I'. A. D uif.ir Hi, of Lafliaiigc, (hi.,  iiill'ci'Mtl fci- ,"ix 11)01111)^ wiili a ri'ix.bl*  fill 'riiiiniiig .sii re'.iin lu't< leg; ln.it, \vi ill'.-,  t.liat fjiir-klfii'.-i Ai'iiiivi. S.rlv.i- vv holly  eill-i'il it ill live days. J'V.i- IJIci'l*.--,  ' W'oiiii'ilf, I'll.-.", its (lie liest salve in lhe  wor'.il, (Jure Kti.iianteed, Only 2m:  Hi'.l.l by llieyOanada Dnig- &."Uiil.ik'  (^IjlfllMlJ'; '..  Wholesale and Retail  ..   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Q  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  i\  V.ti : Jt  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Kr."i.t  P.00 arr.  8,20 lv.  iursl class Bleepers on nil trains  Tourist Cars ,  Pa--; Ilevclmokc Daily for SI. Paul,  Ki-ldnys for Montreal and lloxton,'  Sundays and Tuesdays for Toronto.  -,-'-*-       o      , - ,  Trains  for  Kootenay  Points  Leave HcvcMoke at 8tl0.  Main Line  DAILY TPALVS XV cut  itevelstoke       , ^   arr. 17.10  Ilcvclslokc lv. 17,30  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  The regular meeting*  arc held in the 'M.is-  onic Temple. Bourne  _������������������ Hall,  on  the   tliird  7=== Monday   in  uacli  'month  at   8  p.  ni.  Visiting   bretliren  cordially welcomed.  G. S. McCARTKIt,  Sbcrktaiiv.  jiEVELSTOXS LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 21".  Regular meetinp.s aro held  in Oddfellows' Hall every  Thursday nitfht at oiirlit  o'clock. ��������� Visiting brothers  cordially vv-clconied.  E. WATER30N*. N.ft. J- A. STOXK, l-'.S.  II. X. COURSIER, R.S.  '*?������?&  SELKIRK LODGE. NO. 12, I. 0. O. F.  Meet* ovory Tuesday  evening in Oddfellows'  Hall at 8 o'clock.  ViHitiiij? brethren cordially invited to attend.  A. E. KISCAID, N. G. ,       3. MATHIE, Sec.  A Beautiful Engraving of,  Vor rate?, tickets, and full infoi-inallon apply  lo  VV. BRADSHAW,  ,   A g t.t,  Revelstoke., -  E.'J. COYLE,  . A. G. P. A.,  Vancouver.   ,  Sth  S'Jili  ;sim  Jane 7th  ������������������   J Uii  , ."    21st  -   "   2Sth  '    OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  a, ��������� Royal Kail Llnie.  Cheapest Route to tho Old' Country.  ALLAN LIXE-From Montreal. ���������  X-jinidian   ��������� May-Joili  PariHinn -1"110 },"}���������  Sicilian1  ���������    ,?f  ' Corinthian   1 , ..   .}.? }  Tutiisinii  ���������   ���������-'"'  >'uiiiirlinii      ....������������������ , .mil  " ' '      DOMIXIOX LTNE-Vrom Portlnnd,  ttnmiliioft ���������    ,    '      ���������      '      '      J"1"! _������������������->  C-inibi-oiniiii     ���������     ' '  A ttlicuttvcr ...'.���������  ,    DKAVEIi LIXE-Froin Montreal.  'Lake Ontario     ..������������������'���������     May-21th  S.5\ I.usltniila  Lake Cliatiiplain    ���������    ��������� -  1,'ikoMeganIie -���������    ���������  Lake Pupei-ior :  Lake Siincoc ���������   , ���������  Piis<enpci-_ ticketed through to all parts'of  Qrent Hritaia and Ireland, and at specially low  rates io all parts of the European continent.  Applv lo nearest railway or steamship agent or  lo ,  T. W. BRADSHAW, Agent, Rove'.atolto.  TIMEJ   .T-A-BXi-Ei  S, S. " Lardeau." "  naiiniiig between Ari-owlica'd and Tlinnirinird  Landing commencing June IU, 10J0, will sail ns  follows (weather permitting):  Leave Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  nnd Comaplix at "k. daily.  Leave Thomson's Landing anil Coniaplix for  Arrowhead at 17k.' daily, connecting with all  I,-. P. II, trill ni and boats.  The owners reserve the right to change limes  of sailings without notice.        "  THE FRED ROBIXSOX LUMHEll CO. LTD.  V. KOIUXSUN,   .  Managing Director,  LOYAL    ORANOE   LODGE   NO.   1653.  Regular racetlngj are held in  tho' Oddfellow's Ilall on' llie  Third Friday of each month, at  8 p. m. aharp, Visiting brethren cordially Invited.  TIIOS. STEED, \Y. M.  XV, G."BIRNEY, Hcc. Sec.  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I, 0, F, No. 3JC1.J  Meets in tho Oddfo loivs  Ilall on tho second and  fourth Mondays of each  month. .Visiting brethren   invited  to attend.  RING EH, K. D. J, 0. JOHNSON.  C. 11,    ��������� "      It, S, -  tfiU 8 Uii!  For Only 10 Cents  All over the world lhe=c pictures will be sold  'None knew her but to lave: he,**; None nmncil  her but to prai.-o."   There arc ten millic :i people  in the United Stales ;in,l i'an.-ul.i who vvill eneli  want one of Ihe-e heaiitiful picture-.   'J*hcy are |  full siv.'*, lfi\*J).   Nn i-\i>t-ii-*3 Ini-- been ..pui-cd j  and the picture i- well worthy of a handsome I  frame.   Agent.-- can sell Km a day.    Samples by j  Mail, post paid. l.v. ,  1 dozen pictures. 75c, -el! for Sl.2-1. prolil l.;e.  .".J pictures SodJ    -      55.01)    "    ?-'.(������'  H/U     ���������-, 85.00   -    sio.oo '���������   S5.M)  better order 100 at once and strike while the  Iron i3 Hot. The timo to sell goods i- when  the people want them.  ��������� Thev want them now.  HOME NOVELTY MFC. COMPANY,-  T. O. 3ox 518. Dept. C3i,  .CHICAGO,        : : ILL.  Attack ��������� of Boyal Canadians at  or*3 *  REVELSTOKE  H. W. B. Paget, Prop.  IYuinpl. delivery oi parcels, lmggugcy  "etc., to any part uf the City.  . Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  All orders left nt U. M. Sin vi lie's  Tuhieen Stoic, or liy Ti-1i.'|.Ihiiii.', No. 7  will receive prompt tillriitiuiii  '������   Patronize, Home Industry  I  SI  ft  V  i  There Beason Of It,  There isn't" one reason ��������� there, are  doiens Why Otn* work is better  than-any-.'other   laundering" works.  Conic in and see how we   '  do it.  . Sec our machinery,    ..  nicely and exactly adapted  . to every need.   Our soaps,'  too, of the best, long tried  ��������� and proven good.  F. BUKER, PROP.  For Sale  A BLACKSMITHS & CARRIAGE  ' ' ���������    . BUSINESS.  An A. i opportunity for one desiring an opsning. Easy terms.  Satisfac ory reasons for wishing to  sell.   / pp'.y to '  JAMES MGMAKOH,  '    'REVELSTOKE, B.C.  ���������    5l if '  ���������r  Firewood-  .  The present i- a timo when war pictures arc  in greater demand ilam ever. The eenduct of  the Uritish "oldiers en the biiitlefleld has won  tho plaudlte of admiring nation*. We have  of ftrcut evpeli^e ptibhhlicd four large, hcautifnl  pictures, oi/ioiiUx'.'!. on heavy, supc-i'line, calendered piiptr. A picture that wiil cmnincnd  itself and fend a thrill to tho heart of every  true (.'anadian , i* the one ealleil AttaclJ of  Koyal Canadians at Paardaftcrg, there are  liurally hundreds of flKUi-es on this picliirc,  the mountain:, or l_op,jee*s stretching outir.to  the dist.ince are svvnrmi'-i? vvith men. while  hero nnd there a prostialc fitjuro speaks only  too well of lhe Hoer r fleincn, it vvas on this  battlefield Hie gnllRllt Major Arnold met  death uiifliiichiiiiflj-. It Is only loo true lhat  many of those gallant heai-ls that beat so'IiIk!)  when the cheering thouuanfis bade lliein  God speed ns Ihey sailed from I'anada's shores  now lie still forever in lonely uravcs on the  other side of the world'under-African skies.  To ovcry Canadian heart, ia ������very Carta-  d'.an homo, the deeds of lliolr brave soldier  bavs DpcaJt wilh an irresistible tflrill of  Patriotism nnd prldo. Gordon Sllgninnd-  era at tho Baitio of Belmont. Charffins;  the Bos? Guns at Elaniialangte. and tho  Chargro of General Ftench'a cavalry on  tho Itotroatiag Gencrp.l Oronio's Army.  Theso iiro all ulii-riiig pictures and cannot fail  to commend themselves lo any one who will  examine ihcai. They aie. HESD HOT SELLERS! -Agents com money, liitf, prollts.  Enormous success. One nijciit sold (,S in one  day. trample and tonus '25 cents (none free);  four for (ij cents; SI.5U per dn.-.en ; 25 for 52.75;  .30 for 55; WO fur SJ.o.i. Write today for'a  dozen and make money, '  mm NOVELTY MFQ. COMPANY,  SOS 513, Dopt, C3i D,  Finance minister's Soeech.  The   Bonus   Finally   Passed   the  , House.  _>lr. Ficliliii" in moving tlie House  inlu coiiiinittce upon Ij i-s resululion  gi-iinlin,!' n hounty to encouriige the  ii-fiiiinj; uf learl in Canada, said recent  events in llie United Stales hail placerl  llie Cinndiaii industry at such a great  disadi-.-'intiigo tliat it was doubtful  whether it could continue in Canada  at fill. Tii������ luml ciiiiipanies uf lhe'  United States havi> lieen eunsolidated  vvith it capita) of ������00,000,000, and it  is tvpinted recently that, several copper companies uf tlie .United Stales  have come in, and that the united  companies are wot king together.  Hitherto we have been able lo sell  our ores or ilie bullion lo lhe smelters  in' the United Slates, but of late lhe  American people lime taken it into  their heads not, to, deal with, the Can-  aiJinii mines very fairly. ,,They have  an ad vantage in thai, if they export  DO per cent of the foreign ores they  refine tliey, ure allowed to retain the  oilier 10'pei- cent fu-e of duty,  Laioly they have declined to purchase  our  ores, which   excludes lliein  GH10AQ0, ILL  AN6 smoKe   ���������  Revelstoke  Special Cigars.]  UNION LADOFI.  Bevelstoke Cigar Mfg. Co.'y|  "3  %  $  f  %  a  Revelstoke   Station.  Firewood froln the lrrcd Robinson  Company's mill' supplied at $2 per  cord, prompt caah with order. Orders may be left at the mill office or  at mv yard.  R.- SAMSON. "  NOTICE.  lWTAnLlSflMICN'T OF PUOLIC HIGHWAY.  Size 16x22.  One. of Iho mort, beautiful  pictures in  olors.. Upon a background of Puro Solid  \ Gold rests the Family Record in the  shape of a handsome volume wilh Gold  JIasps upoiivft cushion of crimson velvet  with-a. beauUfui gold taEBOl. On lhe  pases, under different headings, arc spaces  m which to write lhe name and date of  birlh. On cither side is a beautiful scroll  ou which to record niarriases and deaths.  On top of tho picture are the words, ;  ������j-anilly Reoord," in the richest lettering |  known to the printer's art. Under this ure  spaces for father's and mother's pictures,  In i.Ijo lower part of the pu-lui'e ia abeau-  ilf'il home ecen3, i he Soar old grand-  aaronta, the haadBome, Btolwars huo-  a jand. nnd happy young wife, lhe lovins  J.iaughter an.l  baby Uoy-tlie laoliusct  'randohilcl-arc all Knlhcretl around the |  table wtiile i;rnurliiiti,er reads a portion of I  God's Holy  Word,    A  truly  beautiful (  *cen.-:   Uniiunici'.ih nr.e the words, "God-  3l������33 Our Family."   Around Oils picture  arc citfht siiaces iur pliolograpl.s or other  nicinbers of lhe family, each space enclosing  a gem flower piece.   Klscwhere on iho picture arc M.uitoi\.d creeping \ iucs, buds and  blo.-snins in rich'contusion, tho whole resting on, and thrown into bold-relief by the  "���������oi-Bioiisbackf?riiii!!d of Solid Cold, which  piotluces a picture of dr.S3.i:i5 'ooauty.  Anr-UTO'^OW IS YOUR TIM 15. Oiu-������  AUslfi i O l'cBlilin- juice Is jn cents, but in V.  .mv ono who seinlB this, ndvt, wo wdi sei.tl  ono for 2S wiiils. Our price to agents.' for  si j 00 for So! 10" fur SO.ol). M"o pay nil  ���������liai'BCS and retuui money for unsold pictures. X. (J. Jackson. Ji'ihnorc City, buiiKht  175 511.75. sold theili for hillf price; 25 cclils  each, in 5 days, uaikilig ?52.oJ clear llrolit:  Can vou do belter!  yours.  i-.itvc 5,00.1   IcsUiiioiiiulB tllul want  Address I  HOME NOVELTY"MFCCOMPANY  Dept, C3i B, P. O. EC::, 513,  ���������'    ' " CHICAGO, ILL I  _������"ferft'-E- Wfe &���������&&���������&>:&���������&&#&&���������&. ft'ii >.  UNION LABOR.  fitly Only UnlCn-Mado Shoofl.  TA K IC XOTICK that I hirl y d i.vs after date I  intend In apply to lhe Chief Coinini���������ionui" of  Lands & Works to establish a I'ublic Illflnviiy:  u< ninicii' Ills at a p'.inl, about one liciidn-d and  ll'ly yii'ds cast of the briilse "it the lilecillc-  wact. settlers road ; thence ulinut a (icarlcr uf n  mil noi tliuilj'-iliini; the font of the bench to my  (irc-(inptl(iii, tjoiilli ea*t cinuitrr i-eitidi ���������111,  . ttiwii-hlp 23, I nnw 2. (So.-. W. Chap. II?,',  I Dated at, Itovclstoke, II. 0., this Utli day of  May, lOul.  TH03IAS LEWI.-?.  trvn-  3SE  arg'.'-tT.-a^.'-t.  from the highest  marlcet in lhe world.  They will undertake to leceive' bullion  from the snieltets and treat it in their  refineries; but they will only do so at  a very --lnr^e advance on tho cost uf  lipatnient, ao lhat by this means'I In*  business is bein^couticeiilrnled iu the  United State.!.,   ,  ��������� ��������� The Government, thinks it worth u  trial to endemor ,.1'j establish lhe industry in Camilla upon a permanent  basis, by, giving a moderate bounty for  a reasonable pe.iod, so that ,we will  have within our own borders all,the  piucasses uf lii.-inufncitife firm lhe  mines until the .finished product is  produced upon the market.  i *     i "  A (iLIJ)IN'ti SCALE ADOPTED.  The  tefitiiiiii;  process  is   expensive  and   lhe  entel'pilMr   teijuirea  n   large  cipilnl,    The Uoverniiieiit has decided  to   give  the  bnunly .upon  a  sliding  SCile, which is believed  to be .ullieient  lu  secure ilu establishment of  lliein-'  .dusli-y.     It  is  upon   lhe basis of  8-J,  per ton for the first year, reducing  ������1'  each year, until in   llie'sixth   year  it  ceases.. , The total bonus to be granted  for nny one year   is   ������100,000,   which  amouiit'ieinains   slalionaiy. , liy   this  means an encouragement is given tn a  greater output each year  in  order  lu  Earn lhe full litmus, ,'    '  The total value uf lhe. ������ilver-lettd  output of Canada from 1888 to 1,000'  was $20,000,000. but last \ear the  value ������ii������ 85,000,000.  Tbe resolution then passed.  and should be considered from a  business point and handled from the  beginning in a, miner-like .wiry. It  may seem at first sight expensive so  to do, but 'lis tlie only right way and  least expensive in the end.  If this i.s carried out and the property proves a failure the directors  have nothing to fear or be ashamed of;  or the'stockholders to kick over, and  if it is a success the directors can take  llie credit and the stockholder the  dividends.  THE SILVER GUI'  mint: is ,woiki,.g t-uite a number of  men, and I am pleased to learn a  splendid body of very rich ore is encountered in their deepest workings,  i 11is. proving the ere not only continuous but improving in values with  depth. This is the main prominent  feature in"'our ivv'o most developed  mines. With the railroad at the foot  of Trout Lake, which vvill very  inateiially lighten transportation  charges, T expect to see an incensed  our put' for the winter of 1901 02;  in fact I look for the output to-be  larger than it has ever been before from  the Cup.  THE XETTIE i  will-iici doubt go on as ihey have been  doing, increasing   each   year's output.  I'ieh   bodies   of   ure   are   met   with  wherever development woik is-done. "'  THE MBTKOPOLITAN AN*U  SUNSET   GItOUP  uE claims on the North'Fork will have  considerable work done on. them  during the summer. I hope they vvill  bo successful. With regard to the  good prospects and claims supposed lo  bo bonded, it is hard to say what work  will be done; they should make a got.d  showing during ihe coming summer.  Willi  THE CITY COUNCIL  Regular Meeting.  PllEE MILLING OHE  on Fish Creek, found over a wide area,  it should encourage prospectors oivthis  side of the divide to pay close attention to till quartZ' veins seen, to try  il'i id pick up similar ledges, and' if  equally rich, what u hummer,, this  camp'would be?  ���������nil-: snow  is s:ill low down^in   placcH'-'ttiiiciiiiiR  the  foothills.    It   will   be. fully   two  weeks   l.efuie,<:p.'ot������peeLliii_{    can     be  carried on near thu summits.  Last night we'  ,," HAD SOME SPOUTS   ,-  after supper, commencing'at G;30 p.m.,  comprising running, jumping, tugof-  war, fool bull ganii-, and a "dance.  Everyone enjoyed themselves of course',  Wanted,  A MEAT MAIMCET  for Trout Lake,aud Ferguson���������a good  opening fur an enterprising paiiy.  Bums cfc Co seems to have, quit the  field, as their market has been closed  since'October, 1000.     '  (Ml  Baker,, Confectioner,  Caterer, Etc,'  Tliis stamp used liv the JOHN >fc-  1UEKSON CO., Limited, of Uumi!*  ton, liie only Union Factory in Canada  Gold Uouinils.luii'T t'\itit]liici- tell.-  liie Topic that lie lwis: ailoph-iL a ' plan  nf charging all gnvei'tiiiient fctvinen  wlih ilu- tools ccmimilU'd to   Un-ir  liliurgvi  Choice  Groceries.  Graham Bread,'  Wedding Cake a Specialty  Mail, orders. pro'iinHy anil  carefully attended IO.  IP.O. BOX 132, REYEUSTOKe, B.C.  Jas. I. -Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer In^cj-si^-  BBB1T,   PORK  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All orders promptly filled.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Corner   Douglas  aiid King =1 reel-..  WANTED:  =3  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.  Notice ������6 Subscribers.  The proprietor'of the ICooTK.VAyviMftn. requests subscribers to advise, him of aiiFlft-CKH'  Kirlty to.ibs deliver;- a tUclf w^7ys  An InUrestinj Review of the Rail-  wav Situation.  (Colin ibuled.)  Wiih lhe, present uusiabh. position  of ihe Lardo HailfOitd the. people lu  this district all; anything blit happy,  S.itiie. Ul tin; business ptloplu fear the  present tinsatij-factni y repot ts about  the. railroad contract will be the means  of sto| ping a building boom. Others,  that it vvill cause intending investors  to'slop a.vay. It will mean neither to  people who ato really looking for  business.  The roitil from Kootenay Lake to  lliu foi t of Trout Lake.  WILL UK COUJ'n.TI-lJ  ihi-fall. The investing public know  tl.i , the professional man knows tin'--,  si. do the prospectors, camp follow era,  en:, but e.x.cily ������heii it. will -la-  .stalled ui-'coinpleii'd is a maiter that  link: cuuu-Tin its for vve. know it will  I e c-clltjili-'leil anyway.  Willi ii'ttai-d to tin- Imps! - a-, J Impc  l.i' will l,o lale lu niiiv'i'. " tli'tt "hen  lie til- I lies i-umpllny vs ill be. able to  i< aeh the siiiniiiils  ssiihoiil   iiiconsen'������  I l.l'l!.  SV."IJIN\'i IJiSfi;:sT,i I'liOI'LU  mi much as to make, a dip believing  ihey can .set' and inspect certain points  and places but when ihey reach lliein  find six feet of snow. 1 know in  stances where this has occurred and  lhe panics never returned since.  Fiom your last, issue and oilier  .sources it seems capital is on the move  toward the Lai dean to develop new  ground. With legard to properties  in their initial stages, companies and  iheir management shr.uld be careful  bow they begin. There's a good deal  more in beginning the right way than  companies imagine when tliey commence operations.  A WOUT C-OMMIcyCKMKST  Fought for His Life.  "My falher and msLpi- bulb died of  Consumption," writes J. T. YvVathcr-  vvax, of Wyandotte, Mich., ,"ninl I vvas  saved from the same fate only by D'r,  King's Nesv Discovery, An uttack'of  Pneumonia leftan obstinate cough anil  very severe lung trouble, which an  excellent doctor could not lielp, li.tt a  few month..' use uf this, wonderful  medicine made ine us well as ever and  I gained much in wm'ghl." Infallible  foi- Ci-uglis, Oolds nnd all Thronl and  Lung trouble, .Trial buttles fiv������.  Guaranteed but ties C-Oc and $1.00 al the  Camilla Drug & Book, attire.  Emerald Duet.  ��������� The Emerald Duct, Messrs. Smith  and Miller, :onducled meetings at the  Methodist church on Friday, and in  the opera house on Sunday 'and Monday. Tln-ir visit, tn Revelstoke was  under the auspices of,lhe \V C. T. U.,  Mr. Suiilli being an able temperance  speaker and singer, and Mr. Miller an  excellent sinui'i- and corneti.-f.  The t'liM-i tiiilitin'iila consisted (f  ad. 11 esses, duets, solus and count  xeliT.tions, and moving pieluies. Tl.e  result of the idlurts of the visitors was  lo add largely to tho iiii'iubci-diip   nnd  The weekly meeting was held on  Thursday. Present, the mayor and  Aid. Taylor. Abraham.=on.' Nettle  and McLeod.  c-oni.iL.*-_'oxDi;.\CF.  H. Floyd re injury to box drain.'  Referred to works committee. ,  J. Caley. protesting against proposed removal of wife, children and  mother to tents on hill, and warning city they will be held responsible. The opinion oi the city  solicitor was read stating that thev  matter was entirely in' the dis-'  cretion of the health officer. Dr.  Cross reported that the objection of  the writer was now overcome and  lie was satisfied with .the arrangements made! He had sent for Dr.  Fagan to confer, on ��������� the matter.  Resolved to hold'matter of painting  City Hotel for a few.days.'  P. R. Peterson, asking that fence  viewers be appointed. On motion  of Aid, Nettle, seconded by Aid.  McLeod, J. Kernaghan, R. Howson  and IT, Lotigheed were appointed  fence viewers.  R. Tapping, notifying city-that  unless all halls or rooms used for  entertainments paid, the same  license as tlie opera house he would  refuse to,pay further license, Letter  filed.        '   V t  Chief of police reporting on fire  in Himvood's cabin east of railway  track, also drawing attention to  fact that stream east of Arrowhead  track had changed its course, was  damaging .property, and .was  dangerous to children. Referred to,'  works committee. ���������   *  JtKI'OHTi:.'  Health committee recommended  that, city undertake scavenging  work at a schedule of rates. Held  over for another week for amendment of by-law/  In the absence of -.tlie chairman  of the fire, water" and light com-'  mittee it wus decided to hold over  report on Col. Tracer's estimate.-;  for another week. '' '  ' The maj-or urged that the water  and fina'nce.committees should get  together and have their reports',in  by next meeting; aho that the  water committee should'enquire as  to the improvements .1-t.quiied, to  the present works.  ,' <-i.i:.uuxi- LOT.:. '  /i ���������  Aid. Abrahamson asked whether  steps   had    been    taken, 'against(  .owners of lots who ' had failed  to  clear them ?   '<- -  Resolved to instruct-ihe  solicitor , to take action in  matter. ���������  .WATKK, I.ICHT& POWICIt CO.  On motion of Aid. Nettle, seconded by Aid. McLeod, resolved that  tlie city solicitor inquire into the  titles to the Water, Light & Power  Company and report fully to the  council.  TIIK HEALTH Ol-TICKU.'  ��������� - f  Some discussion took place as to  the precaution's.taken, by the city  health officer, .Dr. Cross, but Chief  of Police, Rain, who "was present,  having given the details of the pre������������  cautions taken by Dr. Cross and  himself for perfect disinfection, the  council considered the precaution's  taken were quito,satisfactory.  citv  'the  The court house gi omuls liave been  much improved by prison labor during  the (last, few weeks. ,  71  finances of llie local  C. T. 17.  branch of  the W  may mean a successful mine. Bungling  and iiiisinan'ageiiienb is a ' safe road,  to liquidation.   .  .  : Mining is uu .expensive enterprise  FATAL RESULTS.  Tl is a svell known fad lhat habitual  ("oust iliation en uses apoplexy, vertigo,  congestion of the bruin and paralysis.  Wills'English Pills, are effective ancl  ti-iiij Coiibligitlion lianiaher*. .One box  guai an teed to relieve the worst rnsci  four boxes war-ran ted lo cine, or  money refunded. Only 23 cents n box;  all druggists or niai.led on leceipt of  price.' The Wells'& Richardson Co,,  Limited, Moilti-eal,  "Craft must be veiled,  but truth goes naked."  Poor shoes must be  highly finished to veil  defective material, but  good shoes need not fear  to be seen in their natural  leathers.,  The cost of abnormal  'finish is put into unusual  service and valued by the  Makers (through their  price on the sole) in���������   ���������  "The Slater Shoe"  "(ioodyeAr Weltd"  0. B. HOME & CO.  Sole Local Agents.  H. B. STONEX,  Gunsmith and  Machinist.  Contractor  Carlson, says   the   construction of the Liu do-Trout Lake line j Uvcr  Lawrence's  Hardware Store,  Will furnish work for 700 men for lhe  next live months,  ��������� The Trail News reports that high  water carried riway- the barge; biink  house  unci   bourn   of  logs   near    the  REVELSTOKE.  AU'classes of repair and machinist  ,'work'promptly attended to..  MUMMIMWBI-IMi-MlialBH '  i)  IMIHIMIIIMMIM  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  *^&^.<G^:*&:+^>^a^*^&^.':4^&  S!  *  9.  S!  I  .V.  IP  r-  .V  f  f."  S  i  I  6"  o    ������    o   ��������� -i'  6  Maypole Soap will dye $  anv shaclc. Won't wash '6  out. Dj not stain the |  hands, and can he us<j,d on ^  all kinds of cloth, gloves, &  handkerchiefs,      ribbons, J  etc. 6'  '  ������ ���������    ..;  | Sold in 15c.  Cakes, |   .T0 tuij dkaf.^-a .-i.-ii i.-.<iy, ri  if; , $ ; of li.'i- D.'afnes.s and Noises in 11m Ilea  just opened a choice lot of sponges, all  sizes ancl prices. Don't forget, this,  they keep tbe very Lest quality.  Hon. .J.H. Ttirni-i- vvill not resign as  provincial livnsinyr till after lie has  lieen some lime in Jt_iiglar.il, and  11.in. J. D. Prentice svill,act as provincial treasurer meantime.  The actual cost, of lhe ambulance  which has been impci-led for conveyance ol ii jiii-ed pci'sons from the railway to a place of 11 eatineiit vvas about,  $'.U). The C. P. Ji. have made a rebate  of half llie freight.  O'n Wetb-iesdav next  St. Peter'.s Tal, [  eiit Society sviil giv.'an entei-faininent  in  the p|ieia  House, ulii'ii  there will  lie pi'i'senleil, Mrs. Jailey's wax work.-,,  musical dull, cakis walk, J.ip tea rnotn.  gip-y foi tune leller, ballot box, fit  APlinC GRAI������B   C/tCAM   OF TARTAR   POWOEfl  and all colors kept on  hand at the  61  ?. I by Dr. Nicliol-nii'.- At lici.d filar Drums,  ^-    gave  $j!.y.00  lo  bis   liisl ii ule, mi I hat  $ i deaf people* unable  to procuac the Ear  | Canada Dr-ng & Book Co f  9. Revslstoks Station ������>.  9 *  9i'&tSld.-9i&K'&K'&K&9i*hKikX&9i'&*'-  BORN..,'  fc.TL.WAin--At lieveNlokc,   on  .S.-ilm--  ,    day,' May, ������), 1G0I, l he wife of A. V.  Sli-w.-irt, of a rlanglitPi-.  To.MI.INi'KN���������At Hevelstoke,   Oil   TtK'ft-  (lay. May2S, lUOl, lhe wife of Win.  Tninlinsnn, of a daughter.'  UliWiTT-IJANN-Uu tin- :27th in-!., al  Ihe MelhoiliM. Pai-xoriar-e, Revel-  t-lnke, by ll-y." K. J. Thompson,  ' August im ll'-wilt to Elizabeth  D.inn, all of Okanagan Landing.  li. (J,  ^ll'MHN-MAOl.NTOrfU-Al Toronlo, ."May  21, at the resilience of the brideV  m.-Ici, by Iv-v. .Mr. .Murray, of  Eiskini' Pi-i'.sbylei-i.ui" i-hurcb. llev*.  S."J. (.irci'ii, of Trout. Lake Ciiy  JMelliodi.t church,'lo Miss Juliette  Macintosh, of Toronto.  Dunns may have them l'i ee, ��������� AdilrenS  Xo. SOI Tlie Nichol.-on In.-lilute, "SO  Kighlh Avenue, Xew Yoik.  t.'. J. Aui.-in has let a conli-,tc( lo'AY.  Abraliamsoti for the eii-clioii of a  double residence on the lots wheie lhe  building' foi'iiierly occiipi"il by the  ICouTio.wvY, Maii/sIooiI. That building  i.- b"ing moved on to lhe band Maud  sile. Tin- new buildings will lie of  handsome villa design and will.die a  yieaL iuiprowiuenl to S.-cmid street.  Hon. W. U. Wells, Chief Cohimis.  -doner of Lauds and Works, passed  through llevel-Loke on hi������ vsay home  on Fl'iday and was acconiDiinled- on  I lie i-Hur-u by his son Jim. Mr. Wells  info nn ed   in   that  he had   wheel ill-.  j Kiilneri   that"  the     Rig 'Bend     load  was one of the lir.st   matters lo have  "bis attention,    lie says Lhe 'work  will  be done by iiinli-.icl.  Tliey a.rr- a progi e.s.sive people at lhe  suspect, -laliun. 'J'hiir-day week they  tl.'lei mined lo elect, a mayor- and  aideriiieii, magistrate, chief (if police,  etc., nnd the election resulted in au  excclletil. .selection of oii'i Mais, Mr.  I-J ��������� i-l.", of Lhe agricultural dep fr tineiil.  being I he prime mover. A nesv-Jpapei-  was to be- started ibis week, but sve  have not yet received a copy in exchange. ,  Things lookedlively for a while in'  the. lower town on Saturday .e.yening.  A pm-I3oer svlio rij.-iili-s in that,end 'of  the city and is forever .-hunting for  Crili.-h justice, said .something' i.ilhui-  insulting of the ilag. Th.'i-i! vvas a  gentleman 'iii khaki about who 'had  recently ret in tied fiom South Attica  and the flood, of indignation that,he  lei forth so'scared the pro-Coer that  lu slunk into his den.  Jn concluding their Sivc-am  here on  Monday^night,   Mi:   Smith,   of    the  Eineiald duet, paid a high compliment  io Mr.  Tapping,  owner of  the opeia  'house'.      lie    siiggesled   the   dilfcietit  churches uniting to hold union services  there during the summer m'hsoii."  The  building was l.irtre and cool and vvas in  fact the best house of the kind  he  had  run   acioss   sincy   leaving   Winnipeg.  ���������    , ���������     | Mr. Tapping  ha-  been  congratulated  the Iirst, pac-k.U-,,.11  of the season  i������"'j hv in,lin,of llN f,.^,, on  lhli t.01    M.  theBigBenu. | ,nent thus paid him.  Finn lot. of fresh chemicals and photo '  supplies  just   opened   up   at   Canada j  J. T. Wilkinson, the able representative of the Province, who has ..travelled half the.woilcl, vvas in the city this  week wilh a view lo giving an illustrated write-up of It.n*el.-.toke.  Deafness,''Nois23 in t'na Head, &c,  positively cured by HAKLEV'S EAR  LOTION. - This new Jiemedy goes  right to (he act mil seat of the cli-ease.  and has effect ed Mich remarkable cures  lhat, (be greatest hope i.s held out, lo all  suilVivi.-, no matter ho-.v bad'oi longstanding llie case may he. One bottle  w_ll cure any I'ldinary case, and \\ ill  be sent securely packed and pii.st-puitl,  with full direelions and le.-liuio'nials  upon iccvipl of $1.00 Older diiect  rrom James E. JIaislky, 2"3 Stockdale  Road, South Lambeth, L-intlon. ENGLAND. '     '  LOCAL & GENERAL  Wflfl  Highest Honors, World's Fair  Cold Medal, Midwinter Fair  Avoid   IJ.'i.iln;?  roiv������!<T8  contaiJilnfl:  alai.i, ,,Tlicy oro i.-.'-.iriows lo licaltii  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.  Mrs. A. McXaughloii, of. Vancnivel',  is viaiting friend- at ilalcyon.  J. Guy ij.irber'i','1 in tied on Wednesday fiom his fortnightly trip over the  0. P. It. line.   ,  J. Leamy and D. J. , MeD.uiald,  crown linilier inspeciors, weie in   lhe  ^V. D^Ci'l'manager of tl���������. I>Vf,ie i |J PURIFIES IHE BL08D,FORTIFIES  THE SYSTEM AND ESTABLISHES.  EARTH'S    BEST   AND  ��������� SAFEST  SPUING n  MEDICINE.  The ciiy schtols svill re-oj en on  Monday,  The Dominion Parliament prorogued  on Thursday;  ID'. L. Clink has been clecled school  (ru.itee for Tiout Lake. ���������'  A registrar nf the County court is lu.  bc'appointed at Trout Lake. , ���������  FOR SALE-A theodolite by Gut-ley,  apply to 11. II. Mayue, lteycMoke.  The Hotel Kevelstoke has been thoroughly renovated and kaNoinined.  The Imperial Bank lin������ generously  given a subscription of 81U0 lo the  hospital. ���������  G. L.-iforiiii> slart-'d on Tuesday with  Drug k Book Co'o, ,        ' i  A   Citizens   Association   has    been I  formed with Aid, Nellie as Piesident, !  and C. W. Mitchell, Secretary, ,  The football match between llie Iin v.  i-L-loki-and Golden juniors,   played al  Hevel.-tokc' on  Fiiday,   resulted   in a  draw.'   The  following  wire  th- competing tea ins:   Ilevei-iox*_ ��������� P. Dminc  iron 1; J,   Iiicht"--,   G,  Bea>-p.   back������:'C.  .Those who served in South Africa , j^i,,,,.,.,  q, Mi-Leod,  .-md 12. C.mih,-,  will receive an Imperial'Star in i.d-   half backs: W. Beavo.  G. Graham,' E.  dition to lhe otdinat-y s'v.-it-medal. Corson,  {nipt... G.  Ilich..rJ.--.  and A,  IL 0. Killeen, iiu-lieclor of roads ancl llilliard, foi-.v.u-cL-.. Golden-M. Mc-  trails a-.-iived0 last-' night to put in hand , L-ito-h. goal; G. Slalf-.-r. and 17 H.inna,  the completion of the canyon road. ! .backs A. Woodland,   A.   M   rvaii   and  L., reliii-'ued t.n WeJnestl'ay from a  visit lo Calgary,  C. Carey, liicomotiv.' fmviii in at  Field, vvas in Ihe city Sunday, reltirn-  ing on Monday.  ��������� F. E. Hobos, master mechanic of the  mountain division, returned to ^the  city on Tuesday.  E. A. Bradley ami C'ipt. Hughes of  the Duipii'sne Mining Coiiijiiny, st'ait-  ed for Sinil.li Creek on Friday,  The choir of t he*. Methodist clinch  svas haiid-iouii.lv .���������nterlained by Mrs.  T. Downs on Tuesday evening.  11. .15.   Perk--,   of .CJ.idy. and  FI..J3.  (jilli--,   iii-p"Ct.or  for  Ihe fiirheck   In-  cvi'stuiunt, C'o.,  aro guesls ,-it the Victoria.  II. I). Foster and fi. Ii. M.-ucivM. E.,  of Petei-lioi-.mgh, ai rived from the-  south on Tuesday, leaving for Gold'.'ii  on Wednesday.  Hon. .1. II. Turner and J. B. Mclvil-  lig*in, inspeet.ir of t ix������js passed  through Revelstoke on Wednesday on  their way to the coast.  Miss Dunn, who has been for 'soine  lime a p-i;iii!ar member nf Taylor &  Georze's staff, has left, and ha- been  succeeded by Miss Fee, fof Biockville,  Out.  Mc Li-ndiuin, iniinagintr director of_  Lho Smelter townsite, a.rrived in the  city li������t evening and hag been engaged wilh the Company's agent, Mr,  Mavi.e, to-day.  E. Iverr. c*Iei k in iho engineei ing  deparlin^nt of lhe C. P. *R. at Revelstoke, left for Vancouver on Wednes-  dav, having b^en promoted ' to lhe  iicc-ounlani.'.-- office there. ..  F. McB.'th. manager of MoNnn's  U.ink.-airived on Thursday to.enter on  In's new clulir-s, and Mr. Molson, the  former manager, left on Sunday for  Montreal to take up his new appointment there.  Ar a itif'l in.r of'l he Epu-orth !j"ague  at Ihe Melhndi-l Church   on   Wednes-  day   Fv-'ning   Mrs. Thoiiipson, wii'e nf  li������\\   S.   J; Thninp-iin, \v.-m presented !  svith au  iiddi-i'?? and ii.-iud-mup silver I  a.-dver.   A pba-ant evening w.-t-spenl, ���������  t, I  J. H. Jacksnn, of Vatifouver. at lived ,  on Frid.-iv and uill t*ike over Iht'i  ll;'ii-'.-i_r''iu.-nt  of   lf.fi. P,u<fin"s   in.sni'. i  PERFECT HEALTH.  Ij your blood impure and poisoned  and circulation -luggish Y J(, must be  if you havejcruptions,' blotches, sores,'  pimples, ec/.'.-ma or salt, rheiun. Willi  such (roubles the blood in fast, carrying  poison and disease to every part, of the  system. ' ,    ''  ' To be clean, sound, vigorous ancl  healthy yott should use Paine's Celery  Compound.' J t.s vitalizing ami health'-  giving virlues sliovv at iince upon the  I.loot!; it is unequalled as a cleanst r  aud heall ii-giver.  The oidinary hiUi-rs, nervines, sar-  s.ipaiilias or pi'ls cannot remove the  dangers t hat lurk in ymii; system at  this sea-on of the year. For pure, red  blood, rosy cheeks ami good digestion  you need Paine's Celery Compound  that has done such'a marvellous woik  for (it bets inl'liepasi,       ,   ,  Beware of the substitutes (bat are  ofieri d foi P.iinc'n Celery Compound���������  Hiose worthless imitations,, that ate  foisted on ihe unsuspecting,, for Ihe  sake of large prolils. Insist upon having " PAIN'E'S," the kind that makes,  people well. ��������� ,  .,,  ������f ,nU|,_.J.,JL,_TJ,..l.Jl.l_������W....>'_t������ULJ-....  ^.iJLH.A������H~IU  E  IGE33E  "    PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND BRUSHES.  Miners Oetagoif Steel, only Jessop's best kept.    Picks,  Shovels,   Barrows,  Single, and Double Bitted Axes, Cross Cut. Saws.  Builders' Supplies-'-iS'ails, Building Paper, Locks and Hinges.  HARDWARE ONLY, W. M. Lawrence, Revelstoke  Cupels, Linoleum?, Floor   i,  Cloth--, Blinds, Wall Paper, &c  Second     Hand    Fiunitiiiti,  Bought and SoLi.1,   Waiehotis-j for Storage of Furniture at monthly rates.  </gnl for Pianos, Organs, and Swing Machin s.  IR.   SQ'W'SOlsit  Spring & SUntii^ep Goods to Hai^d  Extra stron'o- Serges for pants'at $5, made to order.  I-'irsl-cluss Spring Suitings from $20"to $28.-  A Moment's Consideration.  s       The only difficulty in selecting your suit'here is due to the   ���������  fact   that   wc   have   such   a  great variety.  ��������� ���������    '���������;  If   yon  want  a fashionable ,,".  spring -suit   or   overcoat   we  suggest   a   look   at   our new  goods. - ',  Saits $18, $20, $22, to $35. ���������;'  Trousers from $2/5,6, to $10.  Ladies' High Class Custom Tailoring. ,.    , '. .,.  enzie Ave.  NOTICE.  REVJCLSTOKE W'ATKK, LIGHT & POWER  .   COMPANY, LLMITED.      '  < The ti-aii.siei-.books of Mio Povel-lnko Witteii,  bight & Fovver Company vvill bj closed froni  lhe -JI tli instant to the 3ivl pro-dm ).  II. FI.OYD,  May IClli, J'Jftl! Secretary.  i ��������� LIMITED.  Wholesale Hardware, Ship Chandlery and  it  Mining Supplies.  Hardware-Department, 8-10-12 Cordova Street   '  , Ship Chandlery Department, 8-10 Water Stree  Ono Block from CPU Depot;  and Stoam'joal Wharves "  Eo-furnialiod and Ko-modoHcd  Ratos' $1,50 to $2 por day  Corner Granville &. Hastings Streets,,  R. DOWSWELL, Proprietor,- - .. Vancouver,   B. C.  COURT OF REVISION;  UKVELiJTOlil-: RIDINU OF Wl-.'BT KUOT'  KNAY DlrfTUICT,     "  .rft'^Pj'.KMKNTARY'LI^T. -.   .  i.<  Chloride of'linn', frc-di and -troni,',  n'sn all other di-infectanl.- kept on  hand at Camilla Unhand Hook Co'.-.  The sitting if the County Comtiit  Itovelst'ke, which vva-ffixml fm Wednesday, 'ha? been adjourned iill June  J2lh. ,  H. C. Killeen ivill have full chai-cre of  all road-and trail-in the province i,i  fuLure, F. C. Gatnlih- to have chaise of  dvkillK,"III lv:*.  ,li. Surlu'il.iuil. half !,.,.k-: W. Pti_die.  L. Gould, (.apt l, II. P.i^he, R. Haui.a  and R. Ki-nnv, tor-.v.ini--.  Made During tho Week by Revelstoke Merchants.  <     rorilT OF nKVrSION ali.l Appeal trn-  ^\    del-   the   'i.\���������e--inriit     .\et.   1SSS."  and  Ani"iKliiieiits. vviil he held al, ilia Court. Hoase.  ,,,,,. .      . i  l.cic.Makc   on   'niiii's.liij-,   the  rSlili    day  of  inc..'  nn I    v\iii,,.-,i|^   ]if|'iot    lm-mef.*. | .1 n���������c. intil.al llie. luairbr eleven o'clock in the  Mr.   .Fiek-oi    i-   a   ln-.ii,h"r-in law   of ! |0'''C!100M-  j W. J. rUCKEY..,  |       ,Iik1kc of the Court of Revision and Appeal,  ; Revelstokp. .lime 1st,-13^1,  ]h''ii'7.\-j   'it  il.������'-n������.\v   iii.'-,nac;f'i- of t '.... .. ��������� ���������  .Mol- in- h'linic .l1-   It.'vi'l-fnki-. the Fri'Q '  Pi f*--  ';n'-:      '-Mr.   ,M. f l.cl !>'������ -itcr-*J������s  !n   hi-  ii" v   po-dtion   i^  a---iir.'d in ad- I  v.nu---   I y h'r. iiliilifv, iii- r'airtc-y and [  in-  'iilnr U'fwul   ipi (lit i>--, vvhie'i  hive '  ali."a  a iiri>:,li..>r-in law of  C-ipt.,T ,v'( r p'.d hi- vvitV ������ ill join him  in K'-vvi-tok" at an e.iily date.  11'  The   c'overum.'iil   1 u% il������  l hiou'di  T,i-i Im k.Gi'0!yr-L'] inw illiam, N'. I- h  Hill, Com,iphv, (.'i.ii^cii.u !:i.'. Tliuin-  -on'- L'in(iii,c.  J',--i^'ii-''ii,   A i ruvvhcid,  W. ,M.  i I vvj rill '.'  -���������If tliyi n, Olaci'-r,1)  lllet iliilMU-l.  our columns a indication-  f'-r exainin-'  ation foi sltMiii'h.iil^i- in-p-'ctor- uud.-i-  lhe :ip\v law.     '  At lhe hraiin^of llie \'ct non -hoot-  liiK casi' the i111y di;chaii,r('d Fnp,di>li  on lhe ground that he -diet. C.ii'smi in  self-def'-nce.  The datP r-f clos'ng of lendeis fo. lite  erection of lhe hotel huildin^-at St.  j.eon Spiing- l|-i-s been extended lil!  NVedn.'sd.iy -Iune."ith,  A. It). I'l'iini.-on has been acpointed  li,liiiini������-lr,iloi- of llie e.-tate of lhe  late;  M,ru.,-.dukei;eni,i*-on,   The estate ha- j     (,_   ,,    IJm||t,   &   C;(Ji_.Mfi   sicphon.  been proved a I 83,-iTO. I FiH.l,    L ���������nui-hoil,     Palli-er,     Donald,  .J. J. Fciiinier, ul.o has It-en .-en- i.eavur, Ito,_,r"i-*' P,i-s. tilacier,1 Hos-  lencetl to three yea !-.< impi ,i-r n.iiienL at .Peak, Ill-i illiwael, Albeit Citiyon,  Nelson, ha*! Vniihiilcrablc jncipei ty VA-bcroft, Conia.filixJ.Ti-'ot.it,: i.ake, Fer-  intcrests in Larch). '        ,    ,.,  Iy vi on tiou  tl.--'. ami t he f ('ii.  -,t!! vv i' ij who.n i-,i>  eonl,i *i, lie \\ ',  in al iii"l!-.- (i������ '���������!������������������*,  ,|..r.f.,.  Ill- h '  if (','-- 111 oil-i-  ��������� ii.i "-1 "em of  ."I l)r,'.''_'iit in  I   In* ^penally ini-.-ed  Ai'oei I Can yon.  II. IIow������oii--F.'iti{ii-o:i,  S ibiinii Ai in.  .Morii-i it Si l-Illccilhu-Mct, .McCn'-  ioii^'Ii   Cieek,   Cum-   Ci't'"!<,     Smiih .  Creek.  If. G. P.ii,>ion--F('i'^iiioii,  (.'omaplix,  Tlidin-onV Landing.  l-)..l.'i-pi i-e I5iew'-iiV"-Fii,!il,   \'ei nor..  l-)iidei by,   Nakii-p,   (joiriaplix.   'Ihorn-,  son'-. Landing,'Fi'itfu-ou, Trout Lake,   i  O i i-'i! i i v a j. 111 ������������������  Wiliv-     Wei)!      I')     W  Another vvvtii jo  r'V','i,i ������i< n in i be po'.v,  bv liiotii' I' | -Il'i V  M>'.(| i!i:w La vr"!i<*.'  .Ma min!.' ' iva.-iV." !  Stent I h" flav at Ll  and iiinl rn-i- ar r,i!)���������',���������  '- U' I'.i/e.l  '! i ..-1. -1 11' -  Ci'.-al"'  ..v Mi-.  1,1!' !)  -.      A n  ���������I    illUMC  IV (^ 111 I'll'  oi-iiiii/.-d      by  i',d   C'.n-k.,   ,11",  a   | ai'v     which  ec,llev,let  iiii'.l^.',  1 ii-/ Me-d tnie- A,  The Topic says (hat. K.. L. Kiutnaii  ha, been .-iiiflii i\/,Wl by lhe II. T. L. \-  IL D. Telephone- Co. to pot .the tele-,  pit uu- line in tboroii^h repair.   .  Load In-p.-ctor Kilieci. vi.-iil.ed ' Fisli  Creek to atlyi-v .as to which 'side of the  ercek the road should be biiiit oh ai.d  will recommend lhe east side. ;  giiHfin, C.uiiivilliaui, Griffin Lakc.Sic.ii*'  1111)1.1-.. ���������:,-.'���������'.  ��������� TJo'i.rne Dros���������Arrow Lakes, Smith  Cre('k,(,'t-nixe!l''i''liii',,Arhisti'ong, (Joiiia.T  plix, Sicamoii--, Leanchoil, Thomson'.-) Limdin;/, Naki'isp,. Jlk-cilli-  waet, ''Okanagan , Landing. Albert  Canyon,1 ..Twin ��������� Iluf.te, . Ho.is. Peak,  Mountain Crenk.   ��������� , '    '    '.  Rcid & Young���������Coniaplix, .SicntiitMis,  AVl'C'V.'lp.'ud, J-b.-w p.,'pv(.iv'  X. Su.itli apil It. S,*i'ii-'i-i ic coiin-'ci;,,')  with lb" Method;.!.'.Irinh went tip to  (he canon  O i  S.ili.l',1 iy   'litfli'-   ,i   f"-,v   i I    ! ���������li-  fi iend--i f .1   I). .\Iol-)'i ^Mt|.cr"d ,ir, tl.i'  II del Jt.'V (i'-fnke ail'l tendr'l'ed   iliul   a'  farewell dfiinei'i a. mo.-t enj')j'-:ible:"i-len-,  ing be.itifr spent...Cap'L.TiiyJfir preiiided  on the occasion, and'. Mr: Miils.on wii-i'  .stir-i,,.ilin1cled|-by. the following penile-1  men: Me.-sis. Jackson,. Ilriuipliri.--,  Pinkhain, Downie, F. Jj. Wel.ls, W. S..  Newman, II.C. Paisrui,. (}. VS.'Me-  Cai-l'er, 0. S. Flindl, I). T. Forbes, F.  Mcf5eth,and I)r, Carru'.he.i s. Feliciton-;  spe.'t.-hes .wcrt- ���������, niacle' '���������ou the ���������o'cca.siiin .  which'fornied one of the,most pleasaiit  pf pUjefj!>^'.vv'r'l)iM in ill1; vU  It J.-, only by circful study  li.e dm^i'A 1.ecoir.es ;i factor  in -the  .tiiiK*,'_c for hcallli and  i:,-ip!;:iiL'<..s,  <i  Our reputation has been won  ' by studying v/hcrc to buy  \ arid"V/iiat. to buy..  j'      .     \\7c .maintain  .that.ai'eputa-'  j .       tion. by careful attention to per-.  !"    ,   feet '-fill.iii u of ��������� prescriptions and  i  .."���������.* -lo'.vest-prices",   >��������� ' v ��������� V '  Geor^e-F. Curtis^  ''' Tho D.rugg'sl;"'    ,.  Ruixuxnor lo Tiui Mel). A. W. Co,  R^YE^TQKE STATION, P. Q-  9  Iron Founders,  Boiler   Makers and   Machinists,  Successors to ARMSTRONG & MORRISON. '   .  ."  Wcliavo lhe iiio.-l complolo JIACIILVE SHOP mill't'OL'NWlY etiiuiniiiiil wci.t of Toronto  Cot-the niinitifacttii'o of  Hydraul.c Gianls, Riveted Sleel Ripe, Grizzlies, Riffles, Ore Cars,-  Ore Buckets, Steel Wheelbarrows, Stationary, Marine and Logging  Engines, Steam Pumps,  Marine Repairs,.Sheet Iron'and Steel  , Work'  W'e  have in -Ioik for immediate  delivery ROIbKllS. l'":N"GIN"KS, I'L'Jir.S. OI!K CARS'  WIIKKMlAltllllWSiiinl  J11NINU and SAU'.MILI.  AIAC.'IUNKItY of cverv desenntion : also ,-  ,IJOtbl<:it TUHKis, WltOfGUT IHOX 1'IPIC unci l-'ITTIXGSnnil KNGINJiKUS'UltASS GOODS ���������  aii(lSt;ijri,II'>.  t'orrespoiulenee solicited and carefully alien led to.  OFFICE AND WORKS,-Foot of Heatley Avenue  Vancouver, B. 0. -    ���������'  GUY BARBER,  Watches, Clocks,  Jewellery and Silverware.  Engagement Rings a Specialty,  C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  Revelstoke "Station. B.C.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  Ienderi. will lie rcci ived by tlie. undersigned  li|i to and including Wednesday, June 5th, !0(it,  foi- Ho erenl Ion of a tlu-eu t-torey hotel buildlnif  al. fit. Leon fciirliiKR. on tlie l-'jiper Arrow J.altc  1'laiiK and Mi'.'cilloatioiH may bo -.ecu at llio  nilioc or t ho Koo'1'en.w Mail.  The lowest ui- any lender not ncocusurily  aeeeptcil  Maj- Kill. 1011.  M. ORADV,  Ilalej'oii, IJ. Ci  NOTICE.  BLACXSMlTH_& OARRIAOE  , BUILDER.  JJcyt  Cli.'itham   Wagons,   Delivery  ..���������Wagons     (heavy    and   li������ht),  ,. Buguies,    Ploughs,     Harrows,'  -   and Cultivators.- v , '  REVELSTOKE.  ,Mr. Sullivan, (.!. IC, whn is in charge  df (J. P. il.i-finnl'ri'icl.iqi) in.lhe Lnr-ik'.-i.u,  'yiiya -tlii! recent; hitcli was ovi-'r the  con I ni cl, but has now licon an-anged  and Work will  Etatt as focp (is pes-  STJiAM  tOILEIl   IS'Sl'McTOftS'   liMAM-  ; i.VA'noN',  A I'I'hIC'ATIONS for cN-iiluiimlioli for Sleaiit  , ������\ Jloiler Insjiec'ni'.-. vvill be leceiveil by the  I bier Iiisiieetoi- of bteain lioilcru. New WehO  muidter. J). (!., up to Juno 101b, 10)i.. .-Apuli-  cuius uniBt be between tbo apes of 2<Snncl 60  yciu-H, they must have had at Jcastdvo years'  iirnelieal. workshop experieneo as iiiauliinists or  boiler; inn kern, and m iwt also have il thorough  iitiderfdaiidliiKofNteamciiglnoei-inK,  forms of-imrtluiilars may bo obtained, on  rcqucKt, of intending apiiHcanlsi from the Chief  Jn.ipeetorof hteniii Hollers. NowaWostmlnsteiv;  11.-X,, and must be properly illled in and re-!  tin-ncil to him on or .before tho above-mentioned date, '������������������'.-���������  ���������The candidate!* selected for examination will  then bo;- notified, us lo date and place of c-cam-  in;.I ion;          '-' '��������� ��������� . " "-  The Salary will be 8100 per month.,    ���������  ���������XV..V. WELLS, '���������  (.'hief CommisHioner of Lands ti Wort-Si  Vni'i^liin. WcrljPi-PPffHrnept,   ��������� '  .j:Vlvl������wj|U.C.|������j|4W������fV1W, v  <J  iBtBna'jiiiMmaam^tmiMiii

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