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Array J/} ' I     i  J/*'  4 Uitt  ...--*>-���������  /  J  Vol. 3.���������No.. 6.  ��������� REVELSTOKE. WEST JvOOTEXAY  13.  .UA 1 ,  -A).    lo:/0.  $2.00 a Year.  FIRST IN NINE YEARS.  J. A.'MARA MAKES HIS INITIAL BOW  TO THE ELECTORS.   ,     ������=���������  He Received a Cold  Reception,-and no  Resolution  Endorsing His Candidature was put to the Meeting-���������  '    It   Closed  with" Cheers   for the  Queen," Laurier and Bostock.  The largest politic-nl gathering which  hiis yet lieen ' held in Revelstoke,  occuired List .Saturday night-nt Peterson's Hall. Tlii- occasion wns the'lii st  appearance of J. A. Mara, as a sup-  ', ])lic,*mt fur the suffrages of the electors  of this town ; notwithstanding the fact'  that he,has represented,lhe district for  ���������  .se-.cr.il years.  The large audience c mi-iletcly filled  the hall, and theie --win no lack of  'enthusiasm, particularly when mention  was made of Laurier or Mo-itock.  Even* repetition uf their nanus pro-  voked fresh demon-it rations ot applinisc,  proving very disconcerting to Mr  - Mara, who, while seeking tojustify his  own' course, endeavored to, discredit,  them. The climax was reached when  , ,the meeting, '.though called in the  ���������' interests of Mr. Mara'.s candidature,  adjourned at midnight'with cheers for  the Queen, Laurier and Rostock; and  without, a resolution, or even a ,cheei-,  for our e.x-meiiiher.  \Y. M.,'Brown occupied the chair,  and lost no time in getting the pro  ceedings'started ; iirst staling that one  hour would lie given to Mr. Rostock  or his'friends to add less the' audience  ', and ask ipiestions. He then introduced  Mr. Mara.  There was no wild demonstration of  ' popular approval wheu'.Jolin Andrew  arose to address lhe ' electors.. The  audience, apparently,. being a coldly,'  critical one, who had assembled to hear  ,w!i.*it he. had to,say foi himself. He  lieg.iu by denying that,he -i.id shirked-  meeting liostock ,n joint, meetings, ..in,  fact, they had already m-it more than  once and. s.dd he, ���������' my friends tell nie.  I have nut sufi'eied by the comparison."  He next referred i-i liie. appropriations  'for the protectim) of tlie river hank,  and'the Columbia riv er c..u von. These,  he assured his l.eaier.s,' had lieen marie  and placed in the estimates; these,  estimites were not, brought down, but  would be at , the next, session. Only  .such appropriations as were reipiired  up to the end of June, this year were  presented' to the House, because the  opposition were pit-pared to��������� obstruct  anything beyond that time. He then  took up the Remedial Bill, first having  emphatically denied that he had  pledged himself at, Kamloops or elsewhere, hefine going to Ottawa, to vote  against any such measure. lie was  in favor of undenominational schools  such as obtain in this province, but j  this Manitoba school ipiestion was au  exceptional case;. He then pioceedcd  to argue at great length iu defence of  his vote oil the bill. He i*(;,ul .voluminous extracts from the I J. N. A. Act  and the Manitoba Act, lo sustain his  contention that the Manitoba iniiiorit \  and was not blauiable in   this   legard.  Mr. Mara spoke fur ���������about an hour, and  .was not tendered   an   ovation   at   the  coriclu'Hii1,-of his speech.    ���������  H. McCutehc'iii, who represented  the opposition, was the'next speaker.  He, confined himself largely to local  matters, and succeeded in making the  next hour veiy uncomfoi table for Mr.  'Mara. He went into the local land'  ((uestion and blamed our ex-member  for the delay which had attended the  .settlement of this.vexed  ������piestion.    It  DONALD DOINGS.    "  A Newsy Budget From the   Sportiest  Town in East, Kootenay.  seemed strange that Mi. Mara could  get a hundred or more acres of land  right iii the. townsite, when others who  desired to purchase land had been  refused. The steamboat company, had  also secured 2G acies for bidding a  dock at which tney never call. He-  was not surprised at the absence of an  appropriation for'the Canyon, because  Mr. Mara had no'interests there. ft  was'a noticeable fact, l hat the appmp-  riiitioiis for'improving,the upper river'  had been growing less, while they increased down below. Probably t' e  fact that the. C. A lv. S.' N-iv.' Co.'s  boats no  longer cine    to    Kevelstoke  would   'explain     this.       Mr.    Maials  ii. *     ,. , .    .   ���������  promise, regarding    the    appropriation  for the Canyon was merely a bribe    to  the electors and    as  ,siu*h    should'  be  resented. ' He had failed to   obtain    it  when   he   had   the    oppoi tuuit.y,    and  now he   asked   ���������'"or   reelection   on   the  strength of   his ��������� good   intentions--for  the    futuie.      The   inadequate     inai*  sen ice of the district was   then   dealt  with by the .speaker.    The service was  such that   Mr.   Mara   and   the   postal  authorities    should      bp,      thoio-.ig'-ilv  .���������.shamed of il, and was   a   disgra e   to  nny community,     Reference was made,  <rto 'the r.ite of wages offered therein���������  ������1.00 a day���������for which "the government,'engineer ' was responsible. .Regarding the trade ipiestion,the speaker  contended that,a revenue tariff w,.uld  ,-dlord the people of   this    province   a  .muiT'h needed relief from the present  unjust and inequitable tn .-cation.  Touching up'-u t:u- Remedial Rill, lie  coiitr.-lsieil 'Lui.-ic-i-'s po'icv- of conciliation with the coercion policy of  Tupper. He expressed the, opinion  that tlie quest ion could only be. sUi*-  fai-torily settled by adopting the,  Liberal plan, and permit ilanit-.b i to'  remedy'i:lie .grievance herself, **������ one.  really,existed, which had to be demonstrated bv investigation���������sue!) as   was  .hail constitutional rights which were  unjustly and injui iously affected by  the legislature of that province in  ISilOl ��������� This was demonstrated by Llio  judgment 'of the Privy Council, which  declared that the minority had a  ' grievance which the Federal Oovern-  lnetit must, remedy. He argued' that  the 'provisions of the 15. N. A.. Act  (Confederation Act) applied not only  'to Ontario and Quebec, but to the  other provinces as well, and quoted  the ii Iterances ol the late Alex Mackenzie, {liberal,) at the time of confederal o i, as io the ne-essily of this  clause in tin-; Ait. The remedial  legislation proposed, was a simple act  of justice to the Catholic minoiity of  Manitoba, aud as such he .supported it.  Oirthe trade cpiestion the liberal party  had no policy, whereas, that, ot the  government was well defined. It was  based on' the lines of protecting the  manufacturers so as to encourage large  centres of industry by putting a duly  on iii.iuuf.ictuied articles while admitting raw mater als free. .Milling  machinery of a kind not manufactured  in Canada was admitted fice, aud a  bonus was offered to (he smelting in-  dtistrv. The gov eminent was al.su  piepared to open up the country, and  had pledged 'themselves to lend the C.  P. U. '-^O.'OOO ,.*i utile for the construe! ion of lhe'Crow's Nest road. It  was not true that lie had sided with  thoC.l'.U. when the.interests of that  road conflicted wilh those of Kootenay;  for instance, he had opposed them in  tlii: railway committee, iu the matter  of the. Nelson A- Fort Hhcppard road.  Owing to the, want of lime, it was  found impossible t<������ h.u'e a levision of  the voters' lists, .hut hchad ���������endeavored  to have a bill passed allowing electors  to vole, as .in'provincial elections. This  vvas found to be 'iiiip'r.-n.-l i<-ahi(\ He  had 'iloi'ie all in his power to remedy  ���������the. exist.i.ig evil which he icil prac-'  t'icaliV   disfranchise'!    inanv    electors,  proposed by Laiuier. Mr. McCutt he.on  spoke somewhat over his lime limit  (one hour) ..ml his every home ih.ust  nt our ex-incinbfir, whose negligence  and cupidity he criticised without  gloves, elicited plenty of applause.<, I lis  speech vvas foicible rather than  eloquent, and his liandling of impoi taut  local matters,' which Mr. Mai a had  .st.idiousiy avoided, so pleased his  auditors that', when he concluded, he  was vociferously cheered and appl.m led.  IS. King Dodds, of Toronto, followed  at .length, speaking until 'iuid..ight :  thus precluding toe po-sioilil.v of a reply,     lie spoke cleverly   and   well, but,  i mechanically wiLb.-il���������like the pi-ul'i s-  Sionnl stump speaker that he i-*--',iin!  vvas well received.     Lack of  sp.iiepre-  , vents the publication of his speech,  which was of two hours duration.' lie  made a heavy appeal to Conservative,!,  geneially to .stand by the old parly,  and this vvas the whole burden of bis  speech. ' '  The meeting closed wilh cheers Cur,  the Queen (Go.l bless her), Laurier and  Bostock, anil nevcrVi word foi John  Anilrt'W'.Mara or tne'Tu*** e.*s.  Thomson's. Landing Items.  Nearly every one here has s iff-r-eil  from an ailment resembling t he grippe.  Dr. Raniey has been pre.-rriliiligv and  wc are happy to stale that he pulled  his patients through .siicces-fully.  Your corre-pondent vvas obliged to  call the Dr. in. and has been under  tieatineiit foi tlie last two week-. lie  pi escribed '-spirits frmiient i " and the  "rest, cure" and am deriving gnat'  heiielit from both.     , |  .Menhennick'.s new -tcanibont "'-ai'-  deau " will make liel inaiileii trip Saturday or Sunday next.  .). IJ. McDonald, of Lardeau, reeeici-d  (he sad 'iiew.s of I lie d,-at h of bi- father  al Gh-ngary. Qnlario. He vva- very  highly respected, vvas one of the leading men in the comity, aud had a very  large funeral.  Messrs. Craig Sc Ilillman have completed their new livery .stable.-aud will  finish their float ing dock and neat  warehouse this evening.  Last Sunday Andy .Craig made the  first I rip vvith a four horse team to  Trout Lake, and the saine day C. A.  Turin oss drove over Ins ���������>��������� ike learn  from Trout. Lake to Thomson's.  Il i.s repui ted that the Suovv.-boe has  been sold for a good liirure and that  nboiil 20 iiieii vvill be put to work iu a  f.*vv days.  Hugh McPherson has brought hi.-,  wife and four children front tin-' U.ti.  (Tliey are at present at- Thomson's,' but  vvill reside at, Trout Lake City-  It is reported ilialAle.-.sis. Pool and  Kincaid 'struck a large on: body on  iiieii* claim near W'l.:.-:.;. i'.iii.t. We  have nil put I ieuJiii's.  Donald nestles in lhe mountain.*-; and  is essentialh a mountain'town. We  can say amongst many other things in  Donald's favor that she is ��������� Bostock  through and through. We have the  uiisfoi time in live in a town on which  the O. P. IL has'a great big hold; but  we iil-o have t Ik* good foi time to live  in a town where the majority of men  are good and true and will -1 if it. be  dictated to hy any corporal ion. And  we live in a town 6'th.*il can count  among its inhabitants those who have  fought the battle of life and niaile a  success of it. i  Revelstoke vv on ' the cup and left,  town t his morning with a flourish .ni"  trumpets. They also cairied oil' the  (juilt, and we only wish we had a "few  more things for them to carry oil'.  They proved during their stay' in  Donald I hat (hey were spoi tsiiien'in  every sense of the word and all they  got they both de-erv ed and won We,  hope to meet, them again and bring  back the cup to.Donald next 21th. The  following scor* - -speaks f ,r itself and  shews that, Dm..dd made a very'good  second, ,i'id that, our own Willis still  holds the gold medal :" Revelstoke, 08:  Donald, IO ;, Kamloops. :V.) ��������� Field. 81;  Donald No. -2. .'1 ; golden No. 2, 111 ;  (iolden No. L 'sA. 1st. prize, W. J.  Armstrong (goh: medal) 10; 2nd '-prize,  ���������J. Edward's (silver medal) l.'l.  Kamloops did not have much use forth e case of wine brought to drink nut,  of the cup ti.at vvas to return and stay  with them for a year.  Cutsiders, tackled ' Donald at tennis  on Tuesday, but'were not exactly in it,  as Donald won everything. Dr. Po'vver  showed the visit,,i-s that be could play  tennis as'ivoll as look aftei the'ills that  fle.sb is lieii to'. Indeed, he established  a reputation an-l has endeared himself,  to Donald. Dr. Power- has heeii abused  in the pre-s about ,i certain operation  per.'oi nied about a uio.-i! ii ago. 'lledid  the best under the  circumstances  that  o <  he could, ami if there were, a Kick of  appliance.- it. was not bis fault.  ��������� It. W. P.i,tiii()iv. proved cuuelusivelyT  what we ail km-vv* previ.nt -ly, tliat he  i. 1 he pre nier reuiiis pi tyer of D i.iahi.  He held down'and heat Mi. tl.id?!, who  ii y.mii'iM.'i'i'.iiiiii l-.'.i'l.'s view is one of  the coolest, .-Mid prettiest players , that,  he has had the good fortune to meet.  Pat had a hard game to light,';anil he  was tiled, b,i��������� iu the ge.itleiuen'.-  -iugles he excelled himself and played  I he game of ( he day.  In lhe mixed -doubles, Airs. Nelles  and }ili: P.itniore distanced .Miss  Moodie and Mr. PlowrighU Teddy  found out that there are a few things  in tennis he due- i.ot. know. In the  gentlemen's doubles. Dr. Power and  Mr. Pa.,.iioi e weie again victors ,*,nd  sent,us home wilh the impression that  Donald can pi,iy tenuis, and can also  light a losing game by pulling lhe  chestnuts out of the lire at the last,  moment.  Tile lady inumbers of the club deserve  the highest praise for the tasty lunch  they served iu the vestry. Nobody  went he.ngrv, and, in fact,' with such  energetic lathes running lhe aifair ,it  .whs a in oral impossibility. Mrs. McKay, Mrs. Iviuiptou and .Mrs. Griffith,  deserve, all t, ie piaise that was bestowed upon them fo.* h way they looked  after t,,e wa..ts ul their guests.  Golden, Revelsloke. and even K.'ilii-  liio;..s, left, t iiVii with the 'idea tli.i'l, we  are Il.-itislier.s and know bow to celebrate, in ti illy loyal fashion, Ihe birthday otilci Most Gracious Majesty lhe  Queen. ' X. Y. Z.  Methodist Church B. C. Conference.  Tbe J5.C. Conference of tlie Methodist,  church assembled in New W'c-I minster  off t he 1 Ith. Rev. (!. Ladner. who is  well known to the people uf this town,  wa������- elected president.    ,  Thespililu.il and financial stale of  the church were carefully gone over  and found lo be iu a very satisfactory  condition.    -  While the financial advance has not  been -o great as in some of t he preceding years, yet, there is a very satisfactory increase throughout the  Province. The work in this District  is especially in a prosperous condition.  Kamloops im,, hecouie a -elf-suppoi'l ing  circuit, and oilier missions are hoping  soon to follow in that line.  Din iug lhe year six ehurche- have  been built in Ihi- District, and lhe  gratifying feature i.s thai, they are  mostly free from debt. Another church  is in ro-.ii M- of* building at Lower  Nicola, a parsonage at Denver, and  others to be liuilt this summer.  Theie have iiot lieen many changes  of ministers stat ions on this Di-irid.  Key. W. L. Hall, of Nicola, goes to  Khderhv. aiid Rev.,W. IJ. .Misener goes'  to Duncan, V. I. Rev*. O. Ladner goes  to Russiaii<l and is chairman of the  new Kooieiiav'Di.-ti-ict.   ' .  Rev. .I. A. Wood is reelected chairman of the Jva,:iluO|,s iJislrii'l, Which  now includes Revel s I ok<*'; and id I poiiiis,  we.sl lo A-iici'iil'l', aiid Ciiri'liui'.  NORTH KOOTENAY MINING NOTES.  The French Creek Co. Issuing- Bonds ���������  Development on N. El Arm.  mo ij'j-*;ni).  'The, French Ci eek Mining Co. have  authorized the issue of 000 bonds. The  first hundred are of $0'.)l) each, and the  remaining 0f)0 of $100 each'. 'This is  equivalent lo a sum, of ftlOU.OO'A To  secure the payment of these bonds, the  company delivers a nun tgage deed of  tiust, conveying their properly to one  Robert Camp, of Milwaukee, as trustee.  There are some developments, concerning this anil other companies, tliat will  soon come around, aud he good news  for tbe Rig Lend.  THE  CHALLENGE  CUP  i  WON   BY   THE   REVELSTOKE, GUN  CLUB TEAM AT DONALD.'  i,.utnic.u'.  The Great .Wesd-m group, situated  on the north'shore of t he N. E. Arm  near Whiskey' Poinl, is now* being  woi ked by its owners���������W. ii. Pi ol, A.  K. .Kinc-iid and others. The group  contains three pi-opertic-.,' with three-  distinct veins running parallel to each  other, throughout. Tiled edges are all  from 7 to 2Jfrct wide and are between  lim'e and s-yenite. 'J'he ore is a galena  vvith some gold, and assays show C>0 to  iii I ox,, in silvei, So per cent, lead and  $1" iu gold. The owners vvill work all  season and expect lo ship some ore  wit bin six weeks. ',  J. M. Kellie, M. P. P., is still Mistical iug at Lai dean. ���������  Several claims are being staked'  around Arrowhead and on the Arm.  ,  In a Fair Field They Beat All Competitors', and Win by a Good Margin  ��������� Armstrong' Captures First Prize  and    Edwards    Second -Queen's  1 ���������   Birthday  at-   Donald.'  i<-n.-)?.rr3iixi.\o iti3.Mit:js.  (LOCATIONS--  ' May 21��������� 'i-aiila   Vina.      Revelstoke.,  F. Edgar and others.      -,-  -' M*ty 22���������Revelstoke.Star. Revelstoke  Richard Kennedy.  ��������� ���������  May 27���������Four-Leafed,Clover.   Revel-  -v.stoke.    Alex. W.irring.'  ���������rriANSi'-isits���������  May 10���������If '.To-*y]in   to .1. W.Taylor.  One-eight, Morn ill j* Star.      ���������  ,  ,,May 10���������M. Sweeney to Geo. Laforme.  Oiit-fiu.-irtei-., No. l!i Star.  May 20���������J. D. and L. L.  Graham  lo  Wni. Kirkup.1   All, True Blue.  May 20���������'lel'iiugiiaiu   Ray  Hydraulic  iMining Co.'to Win. Jvirkiip.'   All,"'  ,-    "Faii-have.i  and Ijellingh.iiu Day.  MayJi���������.1. Kirkup (o .Ldiu Cudahy.  ,  All, i'\iir!i.ive:i, Ili'lliughau'i   Ray  and True iilue.  noN ns-  May 27���������French Creek Mining Co. fo  Robert  ('amp  (trustee).    All   interest   in    Nugget,   Gold    Diop,  Honduras,   Royal  and   Chicago.  $100,000.  From Down  River Points.  TltAH. CHREIv.  The Coi bin option on the War,Eagle  ran out last Monday. He look another, however, tunning till August  1st, for $l,()o!),()00.  Tlie Not tb Klar has been puirha'-cd  by Riiriiard'.s company for ijil 3,000, cm h.  The tunnel on the Georgia is in 00  feel vvith good ore I'ro.n the -tart. On  the .Monte Ohristo, near by, an.- immense body of ore has heen  exposed.  Tbe Kan .Joaquin has bee.) bought,  by Victoria people for .-jiO.OOi) cash. It  will he floated a-, a-stock concern wilh  y].li.,0,!i().) capital. Lieut.-'.lovernor  Dewdney i.s one of the huycis.  The C'onsolalion has slarled ,vork  wilh 10 men. The present workings  are a 20 foot shaft and some surfaie  cuts.  Ki.'IC.vX.  The TJyron While Mining Company,  operating the Slocan Star mine in  Slocan district, has sel a pace in the  mat ter of paying dividends, which vvill  do much to advertise llie worth of lhe  mines of Southern Kooli miv. At a  meeting of the company held in Milwaukee recently, a dividend of ten  cents per shun- was dcclaied. 'This is  equal to $100,000.' 'I his dividend will  be paid from 1 he eai uings of the mine  during lhe past six month-, afler  deduct ing the charges iu connection  with tbe pulling in of a new j.OO-ton  concentialor and necessary trail way.  The company also annoiiuce flic ii- in-  I en tiou of paying a like di, id end every  four iiioiiI h.-. Figures like these speak  for I henisi 1 v es.  A shall, has been sunk 10 feet on lhe  Arlington and work is doing pushed  with 10 men.  The Sli.can Star concentrator' is  running .ijj.iiu, having < oiiimeuccd lasl  Friday.  Ore is Ir ing shipped from,the Two  I'Viouds.  O  OKNUWAI..  Dr. Rroiise is soon    lo   erect,  a   new  hospital at New Denvei:  Slocan ('itv brick vnnl has already  tnriied out 00,0(K) Inicks;  L;i irrip'pv'.is prevalent iu Kaslo and  many, ovo.r.n do/.eii, ),<*''( In are. suoer-  ,,,g with i't.    .  On Moinhiv la tlhe town of Donald  opened wide its arms to the crowd of  visitors win) had come to celebrate flu*  biithday of llcf Mijc.-t y, and see the  -hooting competition for (he Gun Olub������  Challenge Cup. The crack sbols of  Donald, Go'.den, Field, Kamloops and  Rev elstoke 'all were there, eager and  reaily for the fray, and each (earn had  its supporters who followed -t he p o-  gress of the match with inleiise  interest.'  The morning opened fail but, (be  wind soon rose and was very trying to  some ol" the competitors. Had 'the  vveaJ her been more favoiable, no'douht,  larger -coi es would have been made,  as from previous practices much was  expected.  , ' '  The match opened about 11.15 a.m.,  and tin-"*.* rounds'fur each team, or  nine per man, were pulled off' before  lunch., At this -time Revelstoke 'led  Donald' by !) birds; Donald, No.-2, 11  bird.-; Kamloops and Field 10 birds  and Golden 17 birds*, a'nd il was conceded lhat the game rested between Revelstoke and Donald, unless indeed  Kamloops or the .others made a tremendous effort.  Lunch over, the sport, was resumed,,  and though Donald niadea noble elVort  to draw level they failed by I birds, and  Revelstoke liuUhcd a winner with I'.i  birds to spare. The Revelstoke (cam  shot beautifully and steadily, never  o ice'get! ing the least, bit nervous, and  tueir victory vvas much applauded by  ill tin; onlooker.--. Following is Uncomplete score of the'match iu the  orilei as shot :   , '. ,  IC.\.Vil.OOI-S;.  Lambert.   ..011 11-) 101 (HI 010 HI 01  iYickev ..'.. Oiil) 011 011 '000 000 100 01..  Oarnie:it...0()()00l'000()ll HO 101 10..  Marpole ..  (U0 000 000 001 000 001 10..  .Jraiianie . .OUi 010 OlJO 000 0U0 100 00..  1.1 their guests, and Rcvel-toke hopes  to be able lo return it next year, but  will do iUS best to keep the cup.  When No. 1 (rain   lolled   into Revelstoke station on Tuesday, it was a scene  ��������� If enthusiasm and lieaiity that met the  eye.     The   platform   was   filled   with  people, ladies fair* and,manly men, who  had come to see the victors return from ,  Donald with the cup, aud   the cup vva.-  therc   sine   enough.     On     the    pi'ot  <.f    the    engine    sat    the   clubs   mascot,   Frank   lb-own, -wit h  the. tmphy  shiiiing bright   before him in full view,  while  mound    him    vvas   thrown   hi*  martial   cloak���������Jim's   quilt.     On   tb<-,  right side of the engine' the boys we're '  drawn up, and   with   medals on   their,  breasts-, "pridein their poi-l.-tiiildcfia.nr--*  in their eve," they looked victor,-every ���������  inch.    'They  were  received   with  loud  hurrah-*, to which t hi-engine," by dii-ec-'  1 ion of .Jack'Allen, gave   the   keynote.,  Wyiienlhe  congrat illations were over, *  the  engine  was  admired, as it was ill- ,���������  ilccd a thing of beauty.'   It was decked ,.  with   evergreens  mid   flags  and was a  (it ting iron-clad, hoise   for-out* knight*'  of the gun to ride triumphantly houieon.-r  .12  .  (I  . H  .  A  DONALD NO. 1.  Armstrong. 110 001 011 110 111 111 11.  [James ill 101 uUtiOH UJ'J 110 11.  Lappan ....101 110 001 10(1000 011 00.  MeKav ....110001 001 0010.10 001 00.  Reaslc'v ... .010 000 OOi 000 110 101 00.  ���������Marsh ...  ljlundon .  Anderson  Carlin ...  til-llilip. . .  Spragge .  Cummins  Griliiliis .  MrS. n levity la n.I ..  Kinmau .  Brown . ..  Woodi ovv  Edwards.  BaliLviu .  i-'ii-:r,n.  .110 001 10! 001 100 100 00..  . iljOOiO 100 01!) 000 100 10..  .iDOUlij 000 110 100 Oil 00..  .(,00 011 001 0U0 001 010 10..  .010 010 010 00] 010 000 00..  'lii  .15  .10  . s  .  0  .   0  10  s  (>  0  (i  A Terrible Catastrophe at Victoria.*1"  The subject of all engio-.sing attention in   the   province  this  week"is th������"  appalling   disaster   ������t , Victoria".-  The';'*"  Point  Flliee  Rridge,   which  subsided."  about   (bree   years ago and vvith  tlm.:.  same  car. upon   it, broke* down at tw<������  o'clock Tuesday, 2(!th inst., while being  crossed by electric car No. 1(5 filled with'" .  passengers.   -There  ,weri:,' also   other'-*  persons ami, vehicles-on il, tit tbe tinift,,  of the accident., The centre span gavrt -;  way and   hurled  all  upon   it  into'the ..  wateis below.   .There  were,'it  is esti-;'  mated,' about one   hundred   and   ten'"  i  people > in   all   on   the   car   when thr  bridge broke.    Over fifty 'saved  their .  lives  by svvimiiig or clinging, tu-the,-,,  debris.   'At   the   time   of .writing  upwards of fin.v arc  known   to haveper-  , * ,   , * ,  i&hi>il, aiid about twenty-eight are b;id-  ly injured.    The  inquest is confined Ui*'."  establishing the identity of the hudfeft;1-  but a second jury vvill he empanelled U*-'J.  make a  searching   inquiry into- all-tb<*.,  causes leading to the c;it-ist,ro|-l8i'. The.  .list   of  killed  aii'il ^ vvoundeil ' iiichuleil' -  people'from  Seattle, Tacoma, Vaucoii-"  yer- and o'llicr- places; so Victoria is not.  alone in'its inourning for hist. ones.  DONAl.D  NO. 2.  .urooooouoooooi ioooo.. r>  .100111 100 101 101 (WOOL. 10  ..moooooio loo iooo,;ooo.. :i  .011 100 100 000 001 000 11..  7  .OlOOOOOOlOOJTi/Oi.OOlL.  C,  HlSVIir.sTOICK.      '  .oio iio oil toi lioooi n  .on on loi on lOLoiooi.  .011 OH 010 UU) 010011 01.  (ill UII'OIIOIO 11(1 111 .ID.  .011 111  110 100 111 011 00  .12  .11  .1!)  i:i  .12  5S  . s  ooldi*:n no. 1.  Lowe .' 001 100 011 (K.liOII "IO 10..  McNeisii .. .000 001 0-l!)()i()').ll On 00  .  MeDcruioil 010 010 001 I :0���������'00(IJO 10..  Li.'ike 000 100 011 0,0 001 (M,.'(l'i  .  Taylor 000 010 000 001 111 (UH1.J..  21  OOUIICN   NO. 2.  h.xke    HIO   OKI   IHO   (Kill   HID 1(1.) 11.. 7  Mi*l)initf,ill....MII   (HID   0(H)    UUI   WM I),It) l)..H  I'lnvvi'iyliL   .. (IHI)   (III1)    11(1   11H1   (ill) 10') HI  .  (!  O.ulil ()!)1   ll'll)   (Kill   0)0   OIK) 010 (I'I.    *-'  A.'I'liylni* 101    100    Hi)   110    I'll Oil 11   .1.1  ���������'il  Ry this score it will be seen that all  Ihe Pevi-lstoke men shot evenly, and  th.it lhe cold medal was won with a  splendid score by Willis .1. Armstrong,  engineer. Rogers Pass. The coulest  for tlie second place, or silver me l.-il.  was next shot oil", .lames Fdvv ards��������� our  own ".Jim "--carrying it oil" from A.  Taylor of Golden, by one bird.  The next item was the presentation  of the cup and'medals to the winners  by Mrs. .Spragge, and very gracefully  she did i(.  A sweepstake was (ben got up. and  again Kevelstoke scored, Raldwin gelling away neatly wilh Lamberl nf  Kamloops.  " lu lhe evening, the Ladies' Guild  held a, ralfle and dance. Heie again  Itevelstoke caiiii* to the front. Jim  Kdwards gelling away with Iheipiill,  and a dandy it is. hearing the initial  letters of all the Donald ladies.  At their depaiture   next day  (Tuesday) tin- Kamloops men were presented ���������  with a consolation   pri/.e by lhe ladi*.-. ���������  Here again Re.vclstoke tool, soinethi.i g \  away from   Donald, and   it is the most j  highly prized gift of ������������������.���������ill,   its good-will,  delivered : with/  hearty   cheers.     Too  much-praise riliuiot-bc  given everyone  in i.loiiald  fur, the. Kindness  exbiliiU.-d j  A. W. Mc.Cnne, the millionaire mine  owner, is still securing more pi-oporties.  lie now owns interests in the Sky  Line, Nii-klt* Plate, Iron Horse, Best ���������  and .Mouufain Ohiof\ and holds' 25,"()0tt  shii'res of War Ragle stock. *'-  ' C. 12. Perry, t;. P. R. engineer, and  now in -. charge, of survey 'party ou  Slocan River, says lluitthe link betvveeu  lhe C. it K. anifN. S. Railways will lie  built this year.  iron. K. Dewtlney is visiting Rossland, and has related some very interest'mg reuiiu'.sjcnces to the Miner.'  '���������  Dr. and Mrs. Rovves, lasl week,-gave  .in at-home iu honoi of the Lieu tenant-  Governor. . .,-  The   War   Ragle   teaiiiTRiley   ajid --  Grogaii���������won   the drilling contest  in  Rossland.    They drilled  J11.J   inches  in   ,,  10 niinules.  W. A. .Jovvelt, of the Nelson Miner,  vvas touring with..Mr. Mara iu his  South Kootcnay trip.  On Wednesday the narrow gaugn  railway into Rossland was completed  aud I r.l ills ran through.  Frank Graeme, late of   Golden,   died ���������  in Ros.-laud   last   week   after   a  short  illness.  " Sandv" Canieron is again alderman  of Kaslo, viieG. O. Ruchanan'rosfgnetL'  N. D. Miller, superintendent of the.  Kashi-.Slocan,Rly,, has tjuil.  Application for Liquor License. -  VOTICI-: I-^ IlKliKllV CIV!-:V llmt I. the  j.N iiihIitmkik'iI will, iii tinny tliiy-t from  ilutc. apply lo llie Silpciulary Miutititrale of  W'ijsI Ki iiloiiay. for.ii Hci-iiM! Ui soil liquors at  llie l-'oi-Ks of Lmli-nii Cri-ek. Tmut. s.'ikc Ills-  Irirl. DAVID KKUGU.SON.  Trout l-iku Citv. May-JS. 1KW.  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S  OFFICE  ������ I IK HONOUR Ihe Lieui.cnaiit-Gov-  II   ��������� ei-imi-   has   been  pleased to make  tne following appoinl incuts :���������'   ���������  jolh May, JS9G.  To be Collectors of Votes :���������  .   ,..;  Jo.i.v Dkk Ghauam, of the Town of  ile*. elstoke, I-]si'ii.re, within and fm-'lhe  North Riding of the West' KnotenaV  Fleet oral Di-lrict, excepting l.bul.y.ivt  thereof'knowii a.s the Trail Civn-k .MirV  ing D^vi-ion. ;     v.ii/-  ���������'Nai'iii.ko.v FjTZSTfnn.s of ii������e 'l,'(;w;ii  of Nelson, Fsquire, KM., within alld  for liie' .South Riding of the West  Kooleiiay lCh-ct oi al Districl z 'and   '    .  John I'vinKri'.of the 'Town of Rosn-  laiid. lOstpiire, vv.ithiii ;in<l for (lie TV.*i(i  C'i.e.ek. Mining Division? of the Wist  Kooiciia v Electoj-.ii Diaij-u-t. ti-^t, PACK -l  TliK KOOTKXAY MAUI  Ubemootena^flBail! SPIRIT OF THE PRESS.'  1������UHUSIIK1> KVKitY SATUIIDAY  ��������� vr~  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ��������� BV���������  ATKINS fc SMITH.     ','  .I'citi.wiir.it-* .vsii l'i;oi*i:n:T(iit-.  Subscription   Price,    $2.00   per    Anirani  ZnT snticn.v in Ain-vxci: "i r.  ADVERTISING JtATSS.  CONT15ACT AD V Kii.TI.SKSl lCN'TS in ������ji-l cl .U  tlie rate of Si..VI per i-nliiiiiii inch )iL'r tin-iu 'i.  For spaces of six ('iil'inui inuiit.s or ovi-r *?1  jicr inch per month. '���������  TltANSIK.VT   ADVKI.-TISKMKX'I.-S  Wc    per  lint-first insurtion, .������*. per line cicli subsequent   insertion.     Tlie   lruiihi-r    ol    hiu--  rcckuncrt liy spm.u occupied, \i linn- iti llio  1 inc'i.  IlKAIllXR   KDTICICS   if,'<*. per line null  in*  nurtion,   wiles-,  c*iiti.u*K.'il   for by iho Ida  i     lin i;s.  ''JOH IMtlNTINO of every kind .it nio-l iv.iscn-  ablc r.itc-and -hoi-lc-I tii'iluc  ACt'OUN'l.-s for .ioIj  pi-inlin^  or iidveiti-ing  liav.ihlu on Ihu fust of everj ninntli.  C01JKKSI-ONIIKNCK iiiij.ill  iiiiill'-rs nf  local  ' or public interest inv ilitl .mil c.u'o!nllv ioii-  sidun-il.    All ('.oiiiiiiiinifii!ions to I lie  Kililor  miisl, 1������-iu-,cmi\p.iliicil liy llie  name of the  writer, nut iiuces-iinl) for pw'ili.-.itiiii),  lull  us an ft idciH't* tif K<)od f.iitli.   '  Address , ,  'J'he Kootunay Mail.  Revelstoke, R.C.  RKVKL.STOKI0,   MA'S" :!(), ].S'.,fi.  WHAT OUR CONTEMPORARIES ARE  o    SAYING ON LIVE TOPICS.  Lame Excuses Regarding' the Estimates  ---What the Census Returns Demonstrate -Dodds Likely to Prove  a White ..Elephant. The Woild's  Opinion of Him.  Satukd.vy night's meeting w,is useful  in its effects and proved   clearly' thiee  things:   That, Mr. Rostock has a huge  majority in Revelstoke and   neighlior-  r    hood ; that Mr. Mara is a   poor   ic-pre-  ���������sentabive  with , a   cause    that,    needs  bolstering; and that the one thing the  ' '  ' Tuppet* followers are most afraid ,, of   is  the dissatisfaction   of   men    who   are  lietter Conservatives   than   they   ever  dared to be.    The first, was proved   by  the number and enthusiasm of Rostock's  ���������supporters, and the, cheers vvith   which  his name-was  greeted.    Also,   by   the  fact that   no   motion   endorsing    Mr.  Mara was placed  before   the   meeting.  The second vvas shown by    Mr. Mar.i's  sidmittedly weak'speech,   and ,bv   the  presence of   Mr.   Dodds. ' The   third,  -   Mr. Dodds proved,himself, in his   wild  ���������appeals to   auti-Tupper  Conservatives  not to be led astaay by the Grits.   Mr.-  Dodds speech was in one sense a   good  '.one, but he was so evidently mechanical'  ���������and  speaking  against, time   that   he  spoiled its   merits.    There ' is   always  the,great est difference between a   man  ���������whose heart is in   his 'cause   and   him  , who is hired, ;is Mr. Dodds most probably is, to do so much talk for so much  -money.    Tlie latter is reduced   to   the,  position.of a   talking   machine   or'an  .animated., phonograph,   and   such   was  Mr. Dodds on Saturday,night.  Victoria Tim.'-.*.* C  lo the council of the bi-.ud ,of trade  w'Sleiday involved a'very 'poor compliment to lhe intelligence of tin* members of that body. He besought them  to believe that everything needful li/id  bi en provided for this province in the  estimates for the coining year, which  the wicked opposition had not allowed  lo be brought down. The session  lasted ovei three mouths, and the  .Minister of Finance was at liberty any  lime during that teim to lay the estimate-*., befoi e the House, nobody having either the.vvill or the power, lo say  him nay.' It i-s quite useless for Col.  I'rioi to come befoi e the council of-the  boaid'of trade, or befoi e the' people  generally, vvith this "'cock-and-bull"  sioiy. '., They know that, the govern  incut hail plenl*,* of time and opportunity to lay, its estimates heft ire the  House if, it' wanted to do so. Gil.  Pi ior i.s simply trying to hoodwink llie  board of trade and the electors, and in  his endeavor exhibited gross stupidity.  Nelson Tribune (before the change):  'Just imagine tlie people of Southern  Yale and'Kootenay,taking a day oil to  vote back- into ollice a member of lhe  family compact. ������ The family compact  i.s composed ' of J. A. Mara mid F. >S.  Barnard. (  Vancouver World: Conservatives  arc'unable lo explain why, if the  National Policy is all they claim for  il, it caused the rates of inciea.se ofc  population throughout th** Dominion  to,decline. Twenty -'sight counties of  Quebec showed a decreased population  in, 1891 as' coinp.-u ed with lfc������S 1. the  loss' of population in these counties  being 29..'129. In Ouiatio, ."!8 lidings  and elect oral districts declined in population between 1881 and 1801, ihe  i aggregate loss in these tidings being  01,-Hil. Seven of the counties of'New  Ri'iin'swick nut willy decreased in population between 1881 and 1891, while  seven of the I'otinties of Nova Scotia  also deci eased in the same peiiod.  And    so    it    goes.     The    government1  there was no opportunity, anil 1 therefore asU the piivilege uf replying  through I he,.Mail.  It i- (piite ti ue that Mr. Hume. C.-ipt.  S ind-'c-on ,u tl myself, iu I In* year  lSSt;, built the Despatch, I be fir-t .-leain-  boiit of the present line, sometimes  cail<*d (lie ������������������Catamaran.'"' from its  peculiar t on-( ruction. In lSSIl, ("apt.  Armstrong brought fiom (io!d<-n the  Ste;,mer Mai ion, and ran her in opposition to ihe Despatch.  During this summer, the mines of  Southern Kootenay opened up so  rapidly and ihe prospect-, ior bu-iiiess  in conned ion wilh them became so  encouraging, liiat my pailiiein and  myself foresavv .-in expansion of trallit-  1'or steamers far heyoiid one Iirst  expet tations, lctp'iiring an investment  of cap!l,*il much in e.\ce-.s of, what il,  was f hen convenient d'or us lo put in.  We ( heiel'o'i e decided lo appeal lo "Mr.  .Mara for his influence and lin.'iui'ial  assistance, ami w lob-(o lion I'm* that  purpose, ('apt Sanderson also went  to Kamloops ai-i) explained the situation | c.sin.illy to .Mr. .Mara. The  result as seen lo-day is t he incorporalion  known as the Columbia Sc Kooleuay  Sleain Nnvigatiou'<.'o., wilh a large  Heel of steamers on both I he Columbia  river,;and Kootenay lake, icpieseuting  a capital of about ���������Sjii'Kl.lKKI. And as  regai dsl he olil lii-iu of Hume, Sander-  s in and Cowan, .Mr. McCulcheou may ,  cease his iiidui-uing over us, mid lake  back bis slanders of Mr. Mara, for we  n-ieived for (lie "Catamaran" and  ot her rights as much as they cost us,  iind one or more of the original linn  has to-day slock in (he new company.  Had it not been for I bis-great steamboat cuinpauy, the mines of Kootenay  would not have been as far advanced  and us prosperous as tliey are to-day,  allot* which is ovv ing .hugely to the  small beginning made by Messrs.  Hume, Sanderson ic Co., and tin.  assislanred.hoy solicited and --.htaiueil  fro.ii Mr. .Mara and his Muancial friends.  \V. Cowan.  Our-time will come full soon.  We'll show you what our votes will do  On the 1 ivenl.v-third of .lime.  Now when election day arrives.  Which now is ne'ai al band,  Let's mark our ballots lii<<> true men  ''' And by young Ros'tocic stand.  Let's throw old parlies to one side���������  Our minds are broad not narrow���������  And vole f(>i Rostock, everv(tiui<*','  And down with John A. Mar-.i. '  , ,       A IJisouriTKt) Co-Xsj:kvativ1':.  *   $1 ..10 per day.  WB. McKECHNIE,  (.11.11., V.. 1).CM.)  PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, '  RKVKLSTOKK _.  . . ..IJ.C.  O.I-TICK in U. S.inison"- luiii-i- (:i"\i IYc-.1i.vU-i--  i.in rlnircli). ('.ill- by T( leplmii" nr Ttlo-  l.r.ipli |>i���������)I:��������� i111 .r ull-'inlvil le. Ollii -j lnuirs:  !I:-I(I to 11 a.i:j., I:.t(l,lii 1 iiml 7 to S p.m.  J>  What an insult Mr. Mara gave Unpeople in his speech last week. He  ���������stated that the Government would  ������ ^tliis summer' bring down estimates  containing appropriations for the  -canyon and river hank. Put in ,-ui-  <otlier-  form,   this - means,   if   vou   vvi"  so    it    goes,  organs eanmif gainsay these facts.     Of  whai   use' then   is   the N.l������. and why  n a  ;ive   trade fieedoi  A Campaign  Comeallye.  ,  c,  Cuiiie all you electors <  i   Wherever you may be,  it mat lers not where e'er you live  In'Vale or Kootenay. *  Come raise your voices sti ong,and loud/'  And when the day has confe  .lust inai k yotii' bidlots Dos'rotjK,    ,    '  And'leave John A. al home.  It's down with John A. M.*u,*i  Must be lhe cry this day.  From mucin's Silvei-y'inuuuluins'  t  To Cariboo f,\y away :  And likewise on the ra.lvvay line **'  The I e are noble boys ,ii ul I rue.  Will stand b ,* Hewitt linstock  And make .In'in A. feel blue.  JAB. McMAHON,  * , .... o- - _  Ganeral Blacksmith & Woaiiwarker  ,..- Lj)i   Repairs to Wagons.    Tools Sharpened.  .SlIOKINO   A    >$' KtMAh'i'Y.  A   HOUSE,  largest Hotel in Town, :  Centrally Located, Bast Aooommodation,  , Free Bus, Bates SI pep day.  '  BROWN & CLARK,  Proprietors.  Choice Wines, Liquors ;md Cigars,   1 )raught Beer always on '"tap.  IN  3f  Upper Arrow Lake, B.C.  Under same-Management.  , ' , ' !2-.-il-r���������'m  a. McNeil,  BARBER SHOP AIID BATH ROOM.  Front Ktreet, llevt'lstoke.  Haircut," 25c;  Bath, 50c; Six Shaving  ���������Tickets for SI.00.       ' '    ,   i^ h_  ' "guy barber,  ,     WATCHECA3CER AND JEWELLER'  Repairing Neatly & Promfitly Executed-  HE1VJ2LSTOK73. B. C.    0 "  VkALYCGII SPR1H03, HOTEL ���������  Ak-ow Lake. >  S nftvv iijiun n!, llirso Cclo-bratctl 3Io+.  Spr'ntrs fur Hi- acuiiniiiiiiiliiliiiii of tfiipsis  Sates 5-1.10 ^o pE SO a. day. Butlis 23 cents  caeli or five Tor $1. K|iuui.il r.itus to I'lUiulie--  ui* liy bliu iniiiitli am bo aiiMii^eil.  <���������        Ba-.vscn, Cr^vl'-loek & Co.,  P  Patronise Your Hume Brewery.  J. R. HULL & CO.  should   vve   not  chancel  ,, *  " K,  1-Cinu; Hodds   from   Ontario," is  the    way    tjie     ailvertiseinent, ' leads, i  Dear, i\i\,u, (h'dV, it reminds one of the !  "��������������������������� ������'���������' ,l;lNt' "���������vaicneu iiimicui  , old s.iyiii-- :     ������������������ So  much   f,,r a "lass of j     Antrsh.iiiie be on him too,  i beer ;  so much an hour fm   Dodds."       !  Uel'ole he left  for* Ottawa,  A'solenin pli-dg.- he made;  That he would not support lhat lilt,!.  i ' i,  No mattei  what they s.-utl.  '  Mill vve hav e watched bis actions,  Theie   vvill   be   some   iiieltvfim  in  He voted I'm  th.-it, v ei y Iii 11  i     Anil trii il to'ii-1. it i ln'ouirh.  ,    .   ������r     ,, ,,- , ...    this dlst; i -t    betiiit*   the   e.ections   are , A nil o her I easo-w vve ba-. e j'o ,  elect Mr. Mara and 'his partv you   will t ' "    '  '   - .��������� i over,  get this little allowance. '  lias il come j ^     ..  Mr.   Covviu  i,   wiui   e  l.iims to be I     Aloiiir w u h t his to show,  tr.iiilli!,     eoiiserv ative    noimnc-e, j Why he is not the man vve want  known javvsiii-jih. Srill l>edds is i-nin-  iiiiC. The machine, has e'*<_fa'_-e>"! him  for   '-.the oiirlv in*������   i lis' i-s.-T s      and    ue  wi!!1-!)..- ani.isiil-.' to wale:; 'lie T������-iitii-.ti  bantams ii_iitiiiur "ver ;h.. ���������* iiiihieiice "  ii'..  :1-."'   .  For when he iroes \u Oil.iw.i  \\yil bin a private i ,\\:  Hefllvviiys votes- io help himself  And the .-.buieiuv C.P.h!   '  to this, that a   people   can   support   a I does nofwant inoiiiliy. aiiti-ieiiiperaiu-e : ^ To make our count i y iifi ou  man who has failed to ������et them    wh.U ' PodiN to talk   for  Inn., and   Mr., l-lovv  he could have -ul,; ;tI1<l who now  s.ivs. - ;���������'''' ������ ������������������������������ "ntlnisi i-tie, over   that well  if you will vote nie. back 1   vrill   ^et-   it  for you.     We will not believe iti    Mr.  Mar* lias played us false once, and we    are   iir   ������������������tie-  oi-.tlvi'i*.'   t'l-sirietj.."'    It  Avill not be dupes enough, hot*   corrupt  ���������enough Lo voie him   back.     You    may  slave your explanation Mr. Mara,    ai'id  Ib-.iilvv.tv.-, vv Hi  foi  nioiiev !>!.*llltS  if the p.u U  take   back    your    bribe.    You    hootl-  K  _r  l)-���������!'is i-  ,,- ,,r llie  1.1  known   adv.ii'.'tes   or   ml  sTo help ih,- C.P.lt.  "\\" Iii I ���������' oi lie)- i o.nls imi-t do without  f li i i-t   ni ,l i un a cai : ^  ,  I*"oi* dou'l yo-.i  see. [ln--e   briiiieh   liiK  Al e feeder- to hi - fleet;  Wholesale    and ��������� Retail  BUTCHERS. ���������������  Purveyors of High-class Meats.  All or-lei-s in our line vvill be promptly  atie'iidi'tl to.  THE   BEVEL8T0KE   PHARiVlAGY^  H. A.  I3RPWN',  Pkoi-kihtok. '     ,  (j  Revelstoke Station, B.C.   .-(   ".  '-       t>  I)  O   <)   ()   1)   11  <l   tl I)  <l  <l   tl   11 ,t)   I)   11  O  0  I)  ()   t)   U   11   II ,    '  '  Sirieily FifstrClass,; and ��������� Cenyeniontly- Situated  Botwaen Railroad Station, and  :��������� ' Steamboat Landing,  Best Table in the Interior.    Commercial Sample,,,  .    Rooms. :   Fire-proof Safe.   Free Bus.-., ,-��������� . \  TERMS:-    $2 -and $1.50 per day. ,  'J-iil-Cin ���������  WHOLESALE DEALER IN  i- v-  WfNES, ��������� LIQUORS "AND - CIGARS.  U R. ' Stationery Department has been recently  enlarged and remodelled and  vou mav now procure at reason-  able prices anything' in the way  of Staple and Fancy Stationery  THE^nSVELSTOKE^ TliAR  i Tl  winked us badly on   this   matter,   iuju    (Jan.id.i.  your    letters,  .words   and     telegrams _.  ���������eunvict) ydu.     But you vi-ill not   again K.islo A^",.'-;.-,,",'  'Ml!     !*'  ������������������|llp'-|"lllV>-'l:l        n-, ,       ,        ,        -       ;,   , ,,  1 1 :i> v i:"1[i in i-iiiid ui .v|;ii'.'i  And k>  uui on in-  ���������el.  M   i-  -.vli'iilv  have the opporturritv,   for   vvhen   tK-xt     i't- 3! mm  ^���������e want this or other   public   imitten    "l}* " \ul'u'" ''f ,1,,,Ui'!" f'i|-'"i"  ,     . .,,   , ' hllll     tlii ' i.i_-ll      this      e.Ull',1 ,iU'0.  Jilteniled to we will have a   ivpiesenta-     ,  ,    , . ���������  1 deliiiii. r  tive at Ottawa who will be attendum  ���������strictly to the business of hi-, i.-un-  .stituent.s, and one who has no peisonul  or corporate a.\es to ^rintl.  fill  H   >v iii    be tor  Ivmi rii,i\    - ii   ]l-l i i. to  ba^jijei-.     Upliotil'iiL' 'I'll'  Al.dl "���������,���������.  s   I'f-.',,.  i  l"i   tl,..l  :p 'I,  5 he  ������������������'. '..'I ' V  I low  f lie j )i'i������J ill- < ,1  t Le '       ,;*!!������������������ .-t  cwn  ���������io!  Ill  Mil.- Mali.\ stated at   Kaslo.   on   tin*  22nd,   thai    the  !\aii'!"i>iis    7'i,f,,i ���������' llurii,-.'    t|,e  ��������� v\ hole    I ������������������   4 ��������� ,i; - of   In-, n r iit! ' i -tup i.'<  ���������'Mi    M , i i i h i - ii'" ei ii   . , ,!|i'i' \v her,  ������up|)l.-ni.-iil*iry    esii-    r-,,,,,.,1 ;,,   .,1,    \{ lI , ,��������� v,   ,,,.,,,,.;   ������������������,���������  lllilte.S  vvbieh obstruct ioi; is's   prevented      ,,.jf    ,,,     K.'. 111! >,������, J -        ,p'|H'.'l|i;.|    .,ef,,|e,i  O i  inei tui'_' of .ii-   , oestit iii i.t-  io explain  Ills   | l������l I ������   I'*    if ������ li.li   ,   ,,|-     > ,1 I !l"l     lo   cVU-e  I ,-  .Ti.-t loot. ,������r Ko.iieriiiy I*!.ipiils  And tie- uui- .-y -'piaudei ed ,|i -i-e.  Ill-' I.,    I-   ue   i .iimiuir "ii   tin-   route,  );'���������   ,rii,nd - t iiem vviibirieal f.ne;  If. '- b id i.iii"I-    ,": t bi us,, ml dollars  Ti.e-i-  IMl   i   *-    |1,-1    I i ,  ll.| l-roVV ,  Ale!  .1  , le  ���������'���������li  !��������� %i   il.l'i e   I lone   the VI orlv  i*"'>i .Mi   .1 iii'i ,\ .  \1 ii a,  I  .'. iP :,oi*' di  i,'   i ",.r art > nt 1mm  To I !,'   I >'. ���������'!   I''1   ' I. <>.' In i ���������'.  II,   | 11. ,,i -���������"]   i   Vi  , :,-,.,'- ,'id  'I i,. ,e  i:. oi' l'i.' i , ' ' ��������� 11.  lilt  l.i >' < >(,. .J,,,],    -I,,) ie   yy ',  [ ic'i .  ', , <��������� ii-,' - <i'it < i .��������� ",  RBYELSTOKE-  IB-C_  Stockholm House  J.' ALUEUT STONE," PuoiMtiKToit.  he Bluing Roomisiuraisiied with the best the  Market. affords.*  : Wholesale and Retail \  \ . . BUrCHBft. . |  Bevelstoke.Station, B.C.  -NOTICE.  THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST    WINES,, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  THE CENTRAL HOTEL  AP.RAHAMSON  BROS., Pkoi'iiibtohs.  First-class Ta-ble   ���������   G-ood Beds   ���������   Fire-proof Safe  Telephone   4   'Bus Meets all Trains.  i?,ei"vleiiiiSt,o^:e].    b.c.  v:i  beini������ |iresented to the lloll--e ol" O.-m  inons, contained an uppi-opi j ir ion t'oi  thtt upKlliii-i  up   ot?"   the    l.ai-lo    iiiver  . Hit ,"���������.   .1-   ,1   le in l-   i" 1 till I'. >'        1 Me   e   :,i< I s  W nut. -st. males .s   Mr.    M.u.l   i.ilkmu .t ,||'.,| ,.,* x ik'   up,,.., i-io^t    i���������l,:-  i  .-dealt?      If h<������ is talking of the  |.-_,'iilal   , uheii   bi-  ',,    I- 1 i, i'j>_' ,1  , inliv    -.'le'-'i-.-.'  tiilt.-s which i.-iinie dovv 11 Apiil   "Jllih    hr* m    [jl.iee-    wheie   foinPeiiv  he  erijovd  is iin'sltjading l-hcpeojile for thev     con- P"p'dai ii v, iind the  i eiiiv.iib;     '.till  tained no mention of the Lurdo llivr.  -(.-iici*. 1^ iri:i;KHY t; 1 vi-.x that li'i.i.iw  el,: ,l,ili  I mil .i;,)ih tn  Ilia  IPm. I'lnel  . i <in,iiti--i.>ii'1 ..I l.ii.,i,|. iiiui Wtii'l.-, I'm a sp 1 i,i|  111-    ���������>!'��������� i",l��������� a-' ���������    ill   r il'i   ������oi,( ji ol I h V(     in , .,.1   in . 1,1 ihii'i r ,,ii 11 iiii.i  tli'in- mil ii. r.  In. \ <,' 1.uui   -ini.-ilid  on 1,1-1   siili- ni  M'H-fin  I!  t ie  11,  -1  .1 1 on . in. ni:.' j 11 -I die it ion of I be de-  appro', a)  which    the   p'-'ip'e   ,iyi' in,un  All the Kootenay items for ii.lv. i.Ml ion | ,-,.sl ;���������,_, (,>������,,, ds   him    in    Fiis eanv.,,  ,t  purpus������"K, in the estimates, u,is one for' this lime.  Xooteiiiiy lliipids of .*? 1,000, and   that ���������*-    the House, passed on Apiil jMrd.   JIovi j COxr.Sjr,o:iJ>SNC2.  is it, Mr. .Nfara, that,   rlespite   iht-'ob-j  . The Ivl'lnr, eei ,1 I), p s;,'���������'i-i!,l, fm tin oji'iiioii  Htruction you Sfie.il; ol, you   toiild    'j,-\  $-1,000 for work    which    b'-iiefits    your  ���������steamlxtat line, and could   get,   not him.'  rlone lor the Laidoor L'jipcr Ooluiu ,i.i.  (;\|ii-i -ii'l   >\ i - -.;,',ii  Kin ���������'>!!. !\ ui-i Mx.v v M vrr,:  A I I b ��������� j'o'il i",ii   11ii���������! 1 i11*_r   la* I    '  day in,'I t,  II   Met nt, j|,.i)<i, v\ h(    ������������������  for I'n-li.ck,  made ll-e o|"   itiy    i,,i,i  :- i - I", lot- I  II- I   le   - ���������;.-!   !  \V; ,-���������," .a   ���������" !"!���������,,,.  I't '    o| ���������������������������I.   '.'    1     1   ' ,v, ' i|ll'--' ,',')    ,������������������ I, ei  * *  i I o ��������� V    e V ���������   ,'    U I !.l l '  >'!' ' I ! " ':  W ll'Ie o! i ,     -   i     i i-  I   l . ,' ' >t *  .1 j,j  1i,-i  i'i ,i  ) o. !- i), ,i'   'e. (;,.- pi.ii , .  Yet,  no!  a 'It ." '   I!.'  I hev   '_" I.  I    -  (>*   'll-   .1   ill -'_".!,  ���������     !  Tl"     (1'  l-l    ll I'll    ']   '      t'      I ;''!.   \' ',: <  l-i ''i*' -h w  i b'i, ',iii  mi ,'\.  \ nd tii" vv.'_'  s-'.i'   ". i-r>-i,ll'.-r-',|  11  re ill-.*  v.*., - i.u , ,',d  Tie !.���������"- '���������,,���������,.- I.   ���������   , *    v ,  ;,  ( ..eld lu-    , '   ,,,.,;,. i>;'  ���������Iii-t  (1.,'iV, i ���������"   :   ,-'��������� ; ' ,1", (��������� ,1  A ud t h" w ie I.  ,\,",  i, i s    i-i   ,, i...  . Kii'.-i ,u,'. 11'-I i', I,, inn in, li, ink tit a P"st  ��������� inn I', 'i. -i ��������� " i).-i' ,i)i.,iii i J null s iioi I lew, .-t  '���������'na .��������� ii-:i l , ''"In nii',1 ,',, Knoti'ii.ii Uailv.,ij  it" - - 1 ii -a,, .in . i'> ��������� i r'nuii'i'-; nni'lli *^.i  ' li.i.n . ��������� i, I 1 ���������. i nn .. ii", (li I in I'tiain . i n-,1 .'.li  ��������� i a,i. . . ,n; I, 11,i. li.mi-. ua i w,, Ii.hiis in inn'.iI  :,i,-t. ,   'til iiiiiii^ I "i-i ,e .' - urn c "i 11 ,s.  -,!-\m.i-v Mi'i'ii.\i������ni*:.\.  V >.l.n-|) M..',  liln, l-'H,. I-II  NOTICE  u  NTS' ��������� HOTEL  AI'.IIAIIA.MSON   I1K0S.. Phoi-hiktoks.  Everything new and First=c!ass in all Respects.  Tho H9HS3 is s'-ooied with the Finest Wines and Cigars in tho Market  TBOUT   Ij^-KZE   CITT"3   B.C.  ,1.  iii 1  (.,.  w i  I, a"  . ,i;.  A Il'i   V I"\V    I lielll  1- -I' ,111,  ���������    IoOAllOI)]    Ichabod ;     Tin-  Triliit.ii/'   ' connect ion u il h i l:l,s(.   ,,l"   ''apt.   Hot.l.i  lhe great 7'rUjiiw; has  -sunl:    fiom    its1 Sander son  ,-unl   .1.   l'i ed    Hume   in   ie-i  "proud pos-iioii of bam.er papei of   tl i   ' l;l,i" ���������" li||,Sil' !' D-'-pai  j   l'"el   I lie l,il,,.|    h" ( mpli  V -  I ���������   I l oil I ,1  I    i , '.'ii     ! i"l c.  for I he ���������   ^'' '   I hi I '��������� -��������� in i ii v   '   *toii!    <'  i'i,I'll i;  ......    .,    ,       r ,, ...      , purp. s,-,,f l,riii-ui!.'di.,i'.'dil  upon  .Mr. '       ^'H b he.u I   hot h  ������������������ ai in  and I i o- ,  district to that    of   a   iionei,t,ty.      I In-; \,i||'fli ,lV    ���������,Nllll<   ,,,,;,    ,,,-���������.,.   [���������.   h,���������| | ,\[���������  l s| e,, ;,   ���������1.    ,,���������! Kh - i |,..���������- ,.!,..  ciust; of I.in* i;haiii;e   i.s   the   ill , ip,,",.!       iiu.ll    I li"    boat    ami    were   in i    infi*   n  a.ni*e    of   its    lighting    editor,     .Job  I, M     \l :r,  i   i'i b",  'i'i. tin- im pin 1 - d ' 11 ,v.  -1-t I il i-��������� i - ������������������ I 'In- | >t   -cut st.. in,   . i.i l  hue,  Jluiistori. and the e'lange ot |..ne in its j pi*'*v eni iiiL' u- liom i/et t in*.-; the  I n- in-fit  policy.     John, your glory   U-P-r i,���������l..e/!'! "''.'������������������"' !��������������� In.i- .-ii--i -tU'riiices vve haii.mnd.*  indeed I  ",'��������� '������������������"' ���������"'"' ''!''���������' -'ai'l'l'llce  ���������   i   ������������������   ���������   .     i ���������        .1 i ,���������       I in  slli.rl   II4 I,he e'nl .���������)���������;,ris  ^lepi.-irled, ;uifl you tles-H-.rve eeiistiic    p,i  givju.g iijj tho light nt this Jiiiicture.  While ol In-i-  ii i    pi l.ll'l I loll,  i'Y.I.!   ll   !l/l "'���������   I'lsivilai     M('( ,'lll.cll''i,||  ii'.i;������l I bi' ��������� jiliiM'tii-m -al,    I be   l.i ine,'  'btlf, |  . A ml v ei ,,   l,i,^h u.idi ed..  There's 11o.l, one hit. I"r l.il (Htr  ,11, m.ik,������������������; t he.poor mini bleed.  .Bill, vyai'l, a u'hilj', .lohn. Mara. .'  \~l>','-,'! K I.-, lll.PKl'.V CIV I.N Iiml  :tii iliiys  j>   .if!< i 'in, i ,wii .ijii'i', in iin- it'in. cnii-r .  ''(iiinii,-'-",in i (,.' Land, mil \V..il> itii'a -,|ii-( l.'il  Ji, i ie*-- I" , ul it.'iilui (,ii   i  nn.'   I Iii,ii,i.iii.l litiirl,  'lf|,.l,'l   -.1   l.lK.l'ill   .   I-'.     -Ill,     of   -, ll, I ,111    lillc'!-.  IC','/' a,iJ   I)l"lii'(,  , on,nn ii. in,; .'il   a  |n,-t   at  ii',i Hi -vi   I ' "I*"' I il,*. il 'iiiiil. - nmtli-vv est fi'on)  ��������� ll    I C     III'      (   '.lllllll.l.l      'i      ICddil l|,i*'        li.li'vii,.  ( ci,, -' J I 'h -'"'',.ii ll",, i i iiiiiim^ ' i, .1 ^il i liiiin-  ,,, ,lJi i >'l,,i ii> ',i-t J, ('i.iiii i. -i,|i|}i /i i-'iuii,-..  i i.; .'la . ,.... i - ������'i, , V i i,,iii--. in -I ;,i i in i  !���������ui! l-'l' inilii- iii'p'' im,i Hi (ni.ikm*; rlv.'i* Un  ; iii.ii'Iii, .1 ' < ��������� n i.i. P. Iiiilnil;,. I. , "Mlaiiiili;;  |i//> ,i> ;, ' iici '  ' i Ii   -  .i. k. I'ori'iii'i.;  *��������� .i'.ii-',). Mu*.   I'tii   I 'i-i 1 II  NOTICE  '   \'OTK K 1-' III Ml l!Vt-|VK,\   tli.il '���������" d.ivs  ,>       .ifl'l-l! ll"  I    Ull ,i|.|,|' I"    ll,l-   !!(,ll     CliK-f  I   f Ull l| I   -I   11,11'  I   "I    I  IIM't       lll'l Wfilk-  ft.I  .1   --|l, ' l.ll        .,  ,   ll, II,   .��������� Ini'l!     Ii>iiIm|     ,,Ii     i r,.|.     II,,,11-,,, I   ,|,'|-|'   !  Ill   ���������  l(     "I     I.lll'l     "III  III  ll    "II I.I    I     -ill.-  I)|    -I'll Mil    |  ll'lV.T,     K'.'.l    Mil'-     Hi    I    I' I I   - ���������III>Ill-IIf  t HIT    -it    .1   I  I |ni,,l  (il ii",th   ii i   ' ,: ii  i   ,il),i,il   ,   iiiili. ���������--,'iul'i  I'rniri  Sli'i-nii  C'-lly." riiniiiii-v   Joalli  |i*i:  elmiii-'.  west.' II" cliiiins. imt't.ii   111'!. I'luiitis. c.-.-t., ivi i-lmii:-  pi liiitUI j'./sl. i.'iiiitiuniiiK lli'i'(ii\'.-i*,siii(ii-(!iii' less.  '���������   ,. ., KMANI-KI,   OKNKI.I.K.-    ���������  NlllOlsp. Milj 0Ul, Will. , ������������������    ��������� -l-l*.  Emerciai  A-   8PECIALTT  Ikootena^ flOail = ^ = IRevdstohe, B.C. THE KOOJEXAY 3LUT.  PAGE a  T^e School Question.  Taking up the question of the Manitoba schools, in his. recent address: at   a  .mass meeting of electors in Oranfre-  ville, Hon. George \V. R������mw, -Minister  of Education, said :  As a matter'of policy there were  two modes of settlement���������out', easy,  effective-mil primary responsible for  the frrievanee complained of; the other  difliciill, vexatious and intO'irlusive,  by the Parliament, of Canada in Lhe  exercise"of il,s power- to* pass remedial  legislation.    Wilh   a  |civi*sity quite  rinexplieable, tlie Government, of the  day chose the latter course, ami at Us  door now  lies' the   responsibility   for  THIS  UNHOLY   VVAH,'  which inusLla-t, until lhe question is  settled at the polls. .Mark the folly of  the proceedini,'--. A young Province,  actuated., by a tlesiie (o improve it's  school system, inadvertently placed itself within the ctiuMiUitioii.il gr,*i--p  <>f  tht;  Doniinioii   Government.    Ii ed-  iately, through its Premier and Attorney-General, it was cited lo appear befoi e the Governor-General in couneil  (o answer for its conduel, anil, practically wit bout a moment's, notice or  without afFording any opportunity of |  redressing the grievance complained of  an order in council vvas passed i-om-  inaiiding it to restore the separate  school system which it abolished in  lSOuand which the Pi-ivv Council held  it, liail a constitutional right ������i to do.  How any Government, having ' regard  to tbe Provincial autonomy which is  essential to the success of our federal  system, or to the %co;.-i*i|Uoiicc.s which  might, ai ise,from a refusal on the part'  of Manitoba to comply with Ibis order,  ' could think of issuing such a mandate  as the ortler dated, '-poverninent  House, 21st-March, ISO.j," is mine than  I can conceive, limy .like a subpoena  tt) appear* befon* a public' mngisl rate  to answer to some criminal indictment,  arc the following words of the older:  "Whereof the Lieutenant-Governor of  '   the Province of .Manitoba for the   time  b.-ing, and the Legislature of  the  s;lid  ���������    Proviiwe. and ali per.-ous whom it may  concern, are to take notice and govern  themselves accordingly."  lNVESTIGATl* Till*:  KACTP.  The answer of Manitoba to t.'.iis mandate w'-a-s-'cabn. and dignified: -'We  think we have done fit, vviong," they  said: "but, to clear a way all doubt, let  lhe matter, in dispute between us he  investigated, ��������� id. in anv case, let there  ' be no judgment, till after the case is  tried." To 'this reason,iMe request.  ���������������vlia������ was ihe response ? A-second oi*-  > der in coiuiiil, containing a threat  that if Manitoli.*. did not redress otbe  grit*v.anee 'of J be minority, remedial  legislation vvould be introduced at the  next-se.ssitui  of   Parliament,   based  on  - the j'udginelit'of the Privy Council and  tbe remedial order 'previously   passed.  '- Notwithstanding .ill this, the  Government of Manitoba,  12 days before  the  last session of the House of  Common-,  again offered to submit the whole question to the fullest invest igat ion  in   the  hope that a settlement, might be arrived at.    But all in vain.    On the 2nd   of  January, l.STG, the House of   Coinmi ns  met,   and  ,the  Governoi-General,     in  his speech from  the  throne,   promised'  tliat. the   lemedial   liiii   vvould   be  submitted, and from that time   until   prorogation the whole course of  the  Government .in  connection  with   the  bill  showed   its   utter   ign,nance   of     tin-  situation    and     its     recklessness     in  attempting to force upon Parliament a'  measure so repugnant lo the people  of  the   Dominion.    So  much   I'm*  tbe  iu-  " capacity of the Government in  dealing  with a constitutional  question   of  im-  nienseiiiiportanceto Mu* whole count ry.  Then'look :it the vacilhil ion of the Government in dealing with the grievances  com plained ������>f by  the   minority.    Ymi  will remeuibei that the u-inedial order  was dated the 21st. of Maich,   ISO.").    In  lhat. order it .v.isiidjudged and declared  that Manitoba  should   rl-sloreto   (he  minority   the   privileges   enjoyed    by  them p. ior to the passing of the school  act of IS'M.    On the 271 h of .July,   Unit  is, four inoulhs afler  this  peremptory  icmedi.il   order was issue I and all iind  sundry called upon "to govern   them-'  selves acf'ordingly," another order vvas  passed   intimating   lhat   it   was , not  necessary that, " Provincial   legislation  to   be   mutually   ������,ilisfactory    should  follow   tin*   exact    lh".'"*t   <>f   11"'     fil^1  remedial order*,"   and   cxpiessing   the  hope that a middle course vvill ctuumenfl  itself to the  local  authorities   so   that  .federal   action   may   be   unnecessary.  Now   why   this   abandonment   of  the  remedial otdcr so suddenly ?    Is it  not,  evident from this change of  face,  that  the Government felt lhat it bad  called  upon Manitoba to do    *e  than   was  required by the judgment of (be Privy  Couucil? if the object of llie Government was to prolei t the rigiils of I be  miiiorilv, which it was ll.eir duly lo  do mitlei the constitution, why sacrifice these right s and aefepl ���������" "middle  course" which might mean little or  nothing:'  AN   INDKKUNKIUI.H   COUIt^K.  Now, for (he third change of fr.uil.  Parliament, mi't on tiie'2utlof .Linoary  lust rorthe spetMid purpose of passing  reiiie.liaricgLsliil.ioii. The Goveriuneiil  hail ampl ��������� lime to cou.-iih*) l.,.i" situ-  j)):ioi>7 On   the  2."ith   of  Krbruiiry   l.iie  remedial bill vvas introduced, but  where were the provisions which were  so strongly insisted upon iu the  remedial ortler of the 21st of March  previous? ' Manitoba was commanded  to restore the separate school**, of which  the' minority had been deprived?  Well, in a ceitain weak.ami ineffective  way. l|iit far short of the conditions  contained in the leiin-di.il ortler. But  (hat was not all. Under tbe influence  of Sii Donald Smit h.Mv hose wisdom  and moderation can not, be loo highly  commended, the remi* lial bill, as well  as the remedial order, vvas to"he tin own  over, and at������a conference wilh the  Government of Manitoba held at Winnipeg a fourl h proposition was made,  le-s objectionable fi tun Manitoba stand  merit of M-mitoki i*- not, prepared to  c.ui-y out in-sjiiril. as well as in letter  the judgment of the Pi ivy Council, ii  will ne time enough to pass remedial  legi-l.ition when it is found oil due investigation of tbe whole question that  the Legi-latuie of .Manitoba declines  within ,-i re.i-onable time to grai-tsucb  pioper redi ess to lhe minority as will  iiifoul substantial iclief lor tne grievance lompl.iiried, of. Have we any  reason to hope lb.it relief can be obtained hi this way-:1 I Ihink 1 be ausw er  tothi- irrquirv is all-couclusiv e. The  popuhitiun of Manitoba consists largely  ol the overflow r.f (he oilier provinces  of tbe Dominion, cspet i.diy from lhe  Province of Ont-uin. Politically, I  believe the'majority of Manitoba is  distinctly Liberal.    The- policy of tin  iLSSA"Y"S.  J. A. MacFarlane, F.C.S.,  Assayep and Mining Engineer,  i  62^  HASTINGS Sl\,  VANCOUVER,  IJ.C.  All .lixijMinti anilvlical work done in  rluplieaie   with  Scrupulous -psi'ssii il <ia,r& laid, dispatcii.  1 *i-.-.l-l*.-iii  fT   H. HEAPS & CO.,  s������������������ ,    S (> I'or.lov.i Si., .uitl J'-uvcll St.,  VANCOUVKU.  B.C.  T9T J,  f-ij-TTTtTT^TM^r    Mines and   Mini'ij**  M 4 M U ! ft* !l! H V Slav'lut.cr.v,  ,      ,   .    ., ,       . 7 1. , I'm-iHA-iui}** Ilnlls,  abend'parry hoih in La-iada and Oi--.ii 1 ^ -ym ^...-hinrry   mil   S.uvs.      Kngim-.  Jiitain   has   'furnished   ;m   unbroken    i',,nici-,,  vs\,t, r \\ liocls, etc- ,.     *J-.'.I-:;iii  lil J   UYaiiiUt   l.l\h������jij\$.  point,,! admit, but' very different from I  the imperious request   of   the   original j  order,    r   am   not    objecting'-lor   the |  moment to the changes   made   by' the  Goverume.it in the  short   period of  J2  months,     although       four      diii'eienl  remedial orders   in   one   year   ou   the  same question require .1  good   ileal   of  political agil ty,; but  what  1   want   to  show is the utter   want  of  statesm 111-  ship which such vacillation establishes.  We were involved in a sort, of political  war with Manitoba.   First slit: is called  upon to tlo so, then .something"Ise, and  again ,-tutl   again   something  else.    No  wonderlil tie progress was   made.    No  wonder Parliament spued the remedial  bill out of its mouth as  .something   I, o  distasteful to be swallowed, .-.cc.ug that  I hose win- prepared it could  not   agree  thiee mouths at a time as to vv h a   vvas  best to do.    Now, do us not this' acl ion  oi the Government prove   conclusively  that from start  to   finish   their  coi r-e  was indefensible?   Had they ,i| pi oaeli-  ed  the  ipiestion   as   grave   oil c- 1 s   of  Slate, should approach  a   question  ol  such vast ,111; oiMinee, would , they   not  ha .e opened'negotiations  with   Manitoba at the very outset and sought  for  some  modus   Vivendi   vvheieby  justice  could be  done   the , minority,   wi.bout  the risk of such apj eaU to pa-siou  and  |)n judice as are.  inevitable   under   the  existing condition of things ?    Iu   fact,  do not the four different condition.--,  ou  which   they   attempted   a   settlement  clearly   prove   that tuey   should   have  ailed on Mr. Laurier's sii'_'ge.stion Irom  the out-el, and inquired l.ito' tl.e   facts  of the case before issuiim any rcu,ed.al  older at,ill.    Had they done ttiis by   a  competent     ai al      highi.iinded      c< m .  mission  wc .would   never   have   had, at  ��������� e.iiedial order al all, bal. in-lcad ol   it.  film   conlideiit,   we ,\vouI I   ha. e   had  such   a   settlement    by   M.initoba'     s  vvould have sal'islied tl.e mi.ior.lv   ami  would   have  saved   the  count! y   from  pbisonmis rhetoi ic.  ot   the   demagogue  and the /."illot. ' Were  J   a   CatUolic   I  vvould condemn .he Government 111 the  strongest terms io.* ils'bbmderiug  aim  'bungling, which,  so   far,   has   leaiilled  only iu   disappointment  and  anxiety.  Nothing     could     have     been      worse  managed.    The arrogance and biavado  which led lothesl.iughtei of the llower  of Scottish c, i-.;lr> at Kb.dden was 110  vvor.se than the imrposeless and di. ided  cbuiiseis'vvhicb-p-i-eceded the   defeat  ol  the     ivmediiil    bill.      We   bad   three  Ministers bolting over il in'Jul.v,    IW3.  only one  having    Ihe   courage   of   bis  convictions, and be  lelt   the   p.-uty   in  disgust.    We had seven Ministers bolting 011 its account six months al ter, but  they   returned   to    the   traitors'   nest,  when;   they   weie   moulting.    All   the  while the bill'lor  which   they   w-i e   so  solicitous   vvas   being  discredited,   ,\:n\  when (hey   summoned   up   coinage   to  introduce it, was apparent to even body  that    it   was   doomed   to   d -fi-.u.     .*.'"  wonder it was   bur   d   ,11   ihe   dead   of  night by its sorrowing parents,   whose  erof-od .e tears wive ine only   e> u.cuce  that if  they were   not    humane,    they  could at lea ,t simulate the usual    igns  of humanity.    As a I'lulosiaut, 1  must  also   prot.-si,   .*i'.-.*iiii--t   Ine    v.-ic.Haling  course   pursued    by   the   Government  Nothing can more   serioii ly   piejal.ee  the future of  t his Dominion   than   the  unreasoning s| rife ol   rebeioiis iiilolei-  auce.    As n present ing the m.-ij   lilvol  the people ol Canada it  is   our   incumbent duty to be  CJONKIDKIIATK   TO   TI1K  .M I.VOKI 1'Y.  whether I hat minority isgre.il or small.  The Ho.nan Catholics.are fellow cin/.i-n-  with us, their  piosperiiy us a people i  our prosperity, their r ,'hts  under tn.  coiist.tulion   as   sucietl   .is   mil   rights;  and when   iu  any   sense  any privilege  to which they are eitlilled  is encroached upon,   it  is  as   much   our   boiiu.lt n  'duty to have  ic-pect   foi-   these   lights  and"defend them as   il    the grievance  were   our   own.      lu   lhe   Province  tl  Ontario public peace aud   unity cinnol  he   promoted,   nor  anywhere  cNe,   bv  any   other  course.    With   the   11 una.:.  Catholics   the   union   of   n-lig.oiis  and  '-eciilariiislr.ictiou   i-*-  a ma< ter of conscience.      In    every   pi 0'. inc.*   of   the  Dominion, in  some  form  or .inoi'.ie,*,  t, mil- vie.vs iu   (bis   regard   have   bee'  ivpeclcd.       The   Privy   Count iMied  thai I he school act  of   l.^-'<������   iu/lii te-1   a  gra-vnnee upon   them: lhat   gricv.iiue  should    be   redressed.      I    b.-lieve   the  Provime   of   Manitoba   is   pre- are I to  redress il.    I  believe   it   cannot   be   11-  . dressed iu any other vviiy as eirecte.ally,  and,! believe".the   attempt, should'not  ���������he-made to redress il in any  other w.-iy  iinl.il it is eh'iirlv -seen tliat ��������� the Goverli-  lecoi'd of g-neitisiiy to minoi ities. Of  this fact every page of l'mgli-h hi-toiy  furnishes abundant cv.di-i.c-, from the  tiilie of the Catholic Emancipation Acl  d'lvvn to the present day. The re.itli-  nc-softhe government of Manitoba,  anuoimi ed specific,illy at lour dilVeivnt  limes--t,vvii e by Ihe govermiieut in  01 tiers of council aud'twhe by t he  Li'g'islatui*.��������� to eon-idcr the'couiplaiiits  of the minoriiy, is an assm.ince in advance ot I heir l'i ieiitlly intent ion������. To  ii^iee to ,iii' enquii y' ami t'-> refn-e to  accept the lesult'-of such an inquiry,  would !>" ,1 breach of iaith inconceiv-  ,-ilile on the pail of I he Govei miierit, of  any ProviuLe. Lunilerslantl that even  under the present act. in localities  where the Catholic population is i'n the,  majority the;, a'l e p, rmitted In I'Sff-  ci-e nianv ol lie- privilege*? which they  possessed u.idi'i for ruer- legislation. O  i'iiu Lllii-i ;NS 01' Jl'idTOKY.  Takinir ti broad imtl conip'ie'.ieiisiv e  view o! this mallei, and b-aring in  mind the intiicsts of the Dau.bi'.oii-  i.itliei 1,11.111 p.liiy tii- j ob'tieiil exigeu-  lies, ,ihil j- i'-e duly of tbe elcclo.s'  01 Canada at tin- ninuie.i!, i'*i*e^i ei iivi  of 11ace 01 creed? What has. been I'm'  policy of Impei>i.*ii statesmen in the,  ���������cl.llemenl of 'questions, of great  national impoi lance? Who does not  know tliat in all'matters of'"dispute,  great or * mall, toncibid ion is more  "ll'ective than i-oeicion. Tbe assertion  of cons.tilutii'iii.il i-ijjntt. has to be t 011-  sidereii in -the light ol the 'jiohiible  ctiusesiuei'ices-involved. Lord North  was within ids constil.iii iou.-il rights in  imposing the Stanip'acl. and a duly on  lea imported i to lhe Amei ii an colonies, lint his injudicious assertion ol  that riglii i;osi the British' I'Jni'.iire iialf  iiciiuliue.it.- Chillies 1. vvas \i 1!bin his  can-titut.oual rigiils,* according 'to  u age, in assessing John llanipdeii i  s uiiing ai'd (i j ence I, 1 Ihe mauitcn-  ai.ee ol" lhe 10v.il ; ri usury, but'that  assessment f.sl. iiiui his kingdom anil  h'ls head. Thed'.ilhei s ol Cor.feilei.ilion  were within iiieii- lights iu advising  the Hrilish House of Coinu-ons to  include the P.oviuce ol No va 'Seo I i,*l  ill the Gontedi'iiltioii ,of ISG7 without  cunsiillmg the Provincial Legislature,  but the ell".-ct- of that act vvas Io create  a feeling of tlis-at isl'acCbu which has  not yet subsided. Let us no! forget  the lesson-.of hist 01 y, and, while healing in mind tii.'.t (he highest patriotism  demands the Iullest, measure of just: t*  'to eveiy citizen, we must also le.-iru  ih.u i.ishness is not. slalesni.iiis-hip, but  that .they only a re capable of governing  a country like Canada who ai'e possessed of the qualitie.-atiribuieil byTeimy-  son to thu advisers of our helovetl  Queen :  And statesmen ai hei council met  Who knew the season when to take  Occasion by the hand and make  The bounds of freedom wider yet.  By -Imping -nine august dei ree.  Which   kept   her   tin one   unshaken  still,  B o.id-b.is"d upon her people's will,  Ami coin; a*-.-',! by the inviolate sea.  ;REFRACTORY GOLD ft SILVER ORFS  Tr3rt.*;od ?.:iii r.-;i>o:-cci on ���������  '       By Th6  M:icArthu.--rorrest  Ciii-L-il. C'v-u.i'l,ilior. )  By The 'wir.cArti-.ur-Yates  (Am il^.i'ii.iti')-) -i'i-1 C/iuiiil-ilii-n.)   I'O'.l rAiiTK-l'l-AIIri   The CasscJ'Gold Extracting Co.,  (j-:iviit3d.i  W. Pellew-Harvoy, F.C.S., Supt.,  Vancouver, B.C.  rtiTAs-aying iii'.ill ilslKauclif's. ' H-'i-llin  THE DIPLtfGK LiOOK  1      AND STATIOHERY GO., LTD;  'Wholesale   Paper   Dealers   and  Stationers  2-31-lim  VANCOUVER,   B.C.  ^eo. d. sc-orr,  JhoUl illihli   .hid  iiiliJiii^   ulUi\lil.  ,1  -���������  ]',.CV M.L'i.i^oi* Lin.Ion &' Ijaiu-iisliivc Lifc  Assiii-.inco Ci. ' ?.!.1111:^1*1* Vain nnvfii* jlinmu;  lliiivaii. -/to-iTc ������iibI. Jicli.ulc Co -jp!.;->.ic'i  for sale. -J-j'.-U  305 Cofucya St.,   Vancouver, B.C. .  .lix.  ^ -^77-7  S-*  ,    .,   y.'il f    j-s  ���������/-I'yycT-Xp*  nt oUw Li  fctiaiigajftg-j^rvTJa j  A.SSKTS    . . . .  I xcom i*; ....  ASSURANCE COMPANY'  m'ihun*  ...$ 5.803,270  .' '������������������    1,528,054  34.754.840  Ix.sukanci-;  in  Forci*: ' ���������  Ni-:w Hl'.sinks.s Within 1895 . .     8,-S66,6S8  J.  R.  CRANK, Manager, for B.C.   ,  W. G.- PAXTOH,      - ,  ,  ,  * Agent for Revelstoke aud District  A-HAHUi rnUoPhb 1 l*K 5 rUKPiAUL.  PORTABLE!    PRACTICAL!!    ECONOMICAL!!!    ���������  The:   auention   of prospectors - ancl  miners is called to the '  merits of a new improved apparatus,  for  testing- ;iml   smelting  various kir.ds of ores and minerals, also .separating  and   rehnmg  base bullion,  etc. ��������� '  Manufactured by a chemist and metallurgist, who thoroughly understands the wants, of   the   assays,   the   projector, the ���������  miner, Lhe chemist for laboratory test, for Jill furnace work, such  'as melting, scorifying, coupling,   fusing   in   platinum   crucibles,  testing   of  sampfing   charges,  roasting,  enameling, etc.     (Any  kind of fuel.)   , ��������� ,  This furnace is buiit'in two halves for easy transportation,  i.s complete'cin itself, made of sheet st'eel with cast iron slag and  metal scouts.'wind supply pipe, anil knock-down bottom.  This Handy Prospect -Furnace i.s of the Cupula type,  with  extention for  smelting ores, capacity' iooo to 5000  ppuntls per  heat. according'Vr the character of ores.     No prospecting out- -  fit is complete without it.      , ���������   "  ..Ijiats V/as-.lcd.i.E-or Prico  anil  Farllior  rnfonna'.ion.  Adercss  National Ore and Reduction Co.  415 Locust Street;      \      - " St. Louis, Mo  K]JUOA"iT0.vJ OFFICE,  ! iil-irUt, Mai//fth, ISO'S.  VTOTIO': 1^ iil-^KIJ" GIVKN th.*U  7S lu*' aii'iual e.-jauiin.n.'.oii of e.iiuli-  ilal.-s for eei L.li. ales of (-u.-ililic.-U-ioii !<'���������  leach in (lie J'.i'slii- Si-hoolstil" the Pi*(-  vinee vvill lie helil ������s folliuv-. eonillieiit-  ing* on _ Frill iy, July :>ul, l-KV' ,'tl it  11.111.:��������� ''  Viuloi-inf..  fti Soiil'i :\i-k Hciiool ItuiMing.  .V,v:i Miivui-    l'i 'l.pA i-x Y-ol l-.ni!.l'.n^.  !v U'il()'i;is     la I'lii-livSolri'i' H-'U'lmu*.. ,  K.-ieliaiiuliea-il' uiii-t, loi -vai (1 a not if",  thiilv day- lielore I ie ev.iiiiiii.-ilioii.  -talini? 1 lie elii*-s .mil icrade ol i ert.ilii al.*  for-.vli.t-li lie vvill lie a i-.-uuliiliKe, Ilie  Oj-tion.-ll siihj .et,sselci-tL-tl. niltl aL vvliieh  oi"  tin-  above   nauieil   r-l.iei'n   lie    vvill  lltl,eilll.  Kver-'y notice of interilion to be an ap-  jilic.-iht.'iuusl lieaeeoinp.-inieil vvit.h salis-  faelorv tesliilioni.il ol mural eli.-ir.leLei-.  " Candidates -ue nol ilierl tinil -ill of the  iiliove i-i-tjuil-eliie:io*> liillsj, b"������ fiillilleil  before t heir ,i|>i)i:c,*itinns>,in be filed. ���������  All ciiudidates for First Oi*.ss, Grade  A, (Jerlilii-fil:*-. i'lcludiuf? GI minutes,  'inusl iittentl iu V'fttii-in to take (lie  subjects_in^is^i'ibed for July Hth and  151 l'i insfa:il,s,"and Ltj uinler*j*o the re-  nuii eil oral ex iniiii.-itioiis.  H. 1). POPR, "  :i-lt Superintendent of Ed neat inn.  r*ic"j.->������irl". ��������� ;ii' P>'pfnr-5*5hin  ..(-., Mlv".-l':i!s   iVlli'il.iy ol   'aay, IGiW. (lissolvud  illlilltl-sllill. ' ,    ,   ,  Ml tU-iit- o! i-.u I lii-iii vval liu sdtii-il i)j  .ljiv:.i!.ia.l. Fuk., ,i-i;l .illiiitJiiii'-iil'K suai' will  Im ii-oil l������ li-.t".       (Hi-'Ufl)    ���������'��������� '.';, ". ,!'I.V., .  i'i-.l J'.ll AUI-..-A.  Ai-iumIkmI. lJtlit!.i.v������l'.M.i:    1 ''������������������.  wan.-ss:  i;ko. r. NT.vV.iiAN. '   t-n  pinion of Isioctlous Biscases.-  rnllli   I'ollo-.vinn    ex-luu'L    from   llie  j_     '-Heilth  Acl. ISTi,"  i-i   pulili-iic-ti  lor m'uei-al infoi-ii.iiiioii by direction of  the Provine a! Beard ol Ileal III :--  "Sec. di'. W'nenever ally liouselmlder  knows tliiit any 1'oi-son within  his       l.rmilv      or       liouscl.old       lint.    t.'ne    sniall-i ox,    , di; i'i bet a.     scarlet.  '-1 V'C!': VOTKT, 1'i.ii  .Ku-m.a'n  .P. l-'nluv mi;! i t'evei',   eliolera,   ol-    I ypllt titl    lever,   he  j *'l'-l'jr  Ai^ii.i.. H'llilkoaiii'is.^AiT.iiwii'.i i.     ^|);l|]    (^.hj..,.'    ',.,    ci-i-   nf   refusal    or  '          neglect    to   ihe   tic i.*.Hies   ['rovided   by  s.ib-seciion ("-!) "f sect i.in '.'-) \viliiiu2l  bouts };ive notice thereof ���������(! I lie Local  Hoard "of ifeiilrii." ot le the Medical  Health Oliieei-tii the I'l-tiicl in which  he resiiles.il" there'lr- me, and silt li  notice shall lie *_���������*! veil ei! Iici at llie oil !��������� e  of  lhe   Methc.'il    Health   Ollicer   (ir    by  i'ii liinicjiii'iii   addressed   to him anil  duly   mailed   within    llie   liuie   :il>ov  Estab'.ishzd 1877.  -     CAPITAL, 5500,000.  -SHBP   OS   YOOR-  lncor|ioralt;d 1893.  1  Ilciililan &  Q^ &L @ a  INCORPORATED  MAIN i:0U3������: 200-212 First Avo. Korth, MiKNEAPOLIS, MINN.  li^LEMA fflC'v f.        I      CHICAGO, ILL.      I     VICTORiA,' B. C.     I WINNIPEG, MAN.  Cooke&Bb'zemanStH.   I .   |    ' , 03 WliarfSt. I     2"lKin������St.  Columbia k Kootenay  Steam Navigation Co.T[|  PASSENGERS FOR .  Hall's'.Landing,  Hot  Springs,  Nakusp, Three- Forks  Nelson, and'Slocan Points,  1   Kootenay Lake Points,  Trail   Creek,   Rossland,  Northport ancl Spokane  ���������SiltirLD TAKM Tiri'"' -  rSTSAMER  NAKTTS?'  NOTICE  ,\'������V^S!ra .^.'.i'K.'ii'iira s^^h-d'::;;;., ;;;;p.7rr;;;;;:.������;y.i;;.j  ("iiiiiiii s���������.ir.i-i'ni l.iinl-.iil.l Wi.rt-l'irns.M.-iiil     He.-illh OITlcer. tlu'U I" Hie Local Lo.iitl  t.  I       ! Ini I in i*     I ill   .1    I llll>      !     'llll-.l )!')     Ill   IC !���������    1   I  .      . 1 i   I .    3*  ln-i-ii-.-  lo  elil   ii '-I- "li a .ill"   Imii-.iii'l ;mt  l)l|li-U -ii I.u,.I   -'I  i.uui   i-ii   *--���������������������I   I* I'll    i'i   is),,11111  'nor    Km-.H-hiv   J-i-lli'l.    ('(.iinin m aiK HI   '"  of 11.'all h."  S*.:!i-si'( lion {'2) of '-eel ior DS  piovit,c  .,,.,���������!���������   iCi-.icii iv   l;i-linl.   l lannii nt .iii? in  " .,....������������������>,,--..-,������������������           ���������   ���������_        ,  ���������ii.Il .it i,..nii-*asi 't.niir i.tioui   in nut's ������������������uili ,, penally ol tfHM, "i    imprisonmeiil I.u-  ii'inii Sin. ii! C'uv riiiinuv v.ist iJ-Kli,i'iis. s'Killi I v*r<   iiHinllut,   for   neuleel    lo   i-epol t   lis  '.'ID I'ii.iins. (,i-t   Oi elm ii-. imi'lli  t.i  iihllil I'i'sl i .:.,   a  mi.lM,,,.. .���������anl.iM.li.s ''"^/^^''.V^i'.'ir      !      ^'1,,. (i'ove, ul  A-euL is (he Lo-al  Wku-ii. .Mavillli. 1-iW                                     '-11 i U. ia nl of Health  iu   oul Ivinj:  district-,,  1                    i .-,.-ii               a t. \\;att,  Seerelari/, I'rorinrial II ���������nr.f of Health.  NOTICE.  Vivnc-i:  IS IIKTUCiiV  GIVKX Unit :wi <1.i>-h  'v ' ,'i:u*i*(ln'" I nill.iii],1.v   to  tin* Hun. C'liii-i  ."-.���������iiiini-si -iici* nf I.;iti<ls iiml Works for a s;.(.i ml  '���������(���������, ii-. tn i i.t tii.ilii-r ":i a "lit*  llmiis'iiitl  lu'i'u  lifoVk "��������� I mil situated  mi   vvesl   hi.Ii-  nt   Slo. .in  liiver.   IC ��������� .1-n.i.v   I'l-liiii.    I'tJiiiiiii'iiiiiii; at���������   ������  ,���������js*, al nii'll)-' -el   fonici-   w-lierc  tlir l/ltlc ."-loin lliv  r '.iiijili*.-. iiil" t|..eSluu.iii i-iiiinin.; -vi-st  i   ., un-. -'mill 1'-','.'li,litis, wi-'. ,'J'cliaiii-,'I'.nli  In iinlal ii ,-t l-'ii jIi.i-.h.  cuiitiiaiair,'  mm .it-ii"  ���������"������������������������������������������������������ ^^ josi:fii i-ay:;::.  Xiv   ,.=].. ?.la> lilli. !-!���������!. !'fl  Till-:  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  i  TO   AND   KKOM  All Eastern Points.  TIii-iiukIi I-'ii*si el.issSlcoiiui.s'C.n-.siinil Tourisi  Slcciiini; ('.ii- to Si. l'.iul, Monti-i-.iland Tornnr*  willuuit uli.iiiui'.  REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE.  .Ul.uilii; Kvpn-s-.uiivos   0:1.") daily.  I'acilio       '   ���������" "       lr'"--i   "  Ait'iow l,v;c*. UitAscit 'I'li.vlNP  l.uiivos   Arrow lie i-l   fm*  N.i'ii.ii   -t-.i   It .l)*'Hi.  . Sn.iitiy-.T.ii.s'l.js ..,,.1 I'lau'sa.^s... i.iu.i                            '|',���������s!,,5','i'i,i,i-U>-. S.uui.liiys  leaves   Hiilisi.n   t"i   Niiku-n.   .VH'iviliiM I   .mil ...       .      . .......   ,..       .,., i.���������.  l-.ui.nli ,1' I'.u ill>- ll.ulw.iv iinin' -   ('.'���������!  l    ui I  w-e-,11 en M.'inl.'iys. W.'.li".' ,:li.: - .mil |."r..l.i.vs  lit I  ]l.!ll  (-iiniii't'l leu is^iiiaiU-.l! i.oiisiiii waji ('.it IC  Il'v lin* Vols' li niltl Mil j, .in,s on 11 ii,l"in 1 ".Ut-  ,ui*.l miLIi sIi-uiik.i* "l.jiloii" ui;* Ti-uil mill  S','i'lli|ii-i't.  I^u.ivo   liii,   Sail l.o s,   Ttu-s.l.iv s.  Tliui'sdavs.  Ti.i'ii- on   Ane-������  !.*i's-,*  Hcuicli  c nncct al  An-iivvlmifl vvilii i'..v: IC. ('.)���������*. Si i.Avtuii N*.VK'i*.si-  '"'"close   connections  ��������� - To nisd rron:,  -  l-'oi-lii.iil'tail ���������ea-l i.|  Hi.'  I'oMltitil'.'-   -I   'Uii- \   t)       , I.,,,,!    ''���������...,M   f*i-/'.|.L-      \'cl*-0:i  ���������i-L on K',)'i nny b.'n- .'i;i|ii> in iiiu iiif-t-i-iin    Kosskuul.   i i.u. k-iei k.  -\u.,U'h  ir i '  i'-, ,-i.ii ill (i.*:n:ili"ii-I*, lo'li'ki!-. i.il. s. cii-.,  ,i*)|,!v I i I'. .'.Uui.   S .���������m-ih"-,'. Nelson.   I;(-  Norici  'OTI.'-I". I"1 llKtMil'.V I'lVKN"  tli.it :i'iil.">"  I, '"': A "'"'"r "fi"1  ohowins 4*!ifi Dales and Places of Courts  of A >s en, '' -;   Pi' '���������=*��������� e'yur  and  Ter-  ' ivi'v.,-, ;\*id General <-'..n-1 Del,very for  the '/iar 18QJ.  Sr::iv(,' A^s-zus.  Nariai-no      .Tuesday.    5111 May.  Xevv W-tmiii-lei'. . .Tiicsda;.*...   . 121 li  Mav.  1   nii*i    ^tmiiiM"-i|Miii    i *.*ini-   iuiu    ���������' ui"-   ��������� . *..,,,.  s>,.,i.illi,.ii-.-i.....u uiiil.'-r onaoii* ''"'"���������^'l |  Vancoi'ver..Tui"-d.'iv...l,'lh May  .1 -,  '.I .. kol i.ltl'l-l'. ..Hill   t.il   c-.i-L -ill "I "���������"-     ,...",' V,  , ,,, ,;. ,-.,.   -.,  ���������.  on   U ,ir.   K'ool   i.,i, !1 --.H..I    a'"'"l   I'. "','''" ,( ';"'" '   ���������   ���������     .    "���������"V"       ',,   ," i,    ���������  ��������� 'OTI.'-I'".  I"1 llKtM.I'.V CIVKN   tli.it  :i'lil-".v  ,\     .i'lt.r it He   I   -Ml!  ,11'iil.V  1"  Hit- Hon. I ���������  "llil-f   ('111111111���������1,,lll'l*    l,ll|(|s   ;niil    VVol'l.s   im  ici :.il lu . il���������- to '-at i imli'-i- on a on ���������  .'ion-'','  -,  "il ��������� k <it l.iti'l '-ii, i.ill ti   on   ci-L -ill "I "''  on   U ,,r.   K'oot   ii.i, !1 --.ni.ll  .i'.'.,'l   IMi.il's    ,,;���������,,,,   .   .       .-.,,.���������,..,.      ...........  n . iii-iw-; finiii win-:-'- ilift -nliuiilji.i it, K"''l   "       Viiloi'.a.    .    . I ue  'I..>���������...-���������   ,    .M.'l>.  ���������v   liiiilroiitl  crows tin: Slociiii   Kivci.   ' ���������'������'   I  K'i r ilootis . . M nr.dii v. . .   l-l-lune.  ���������ii ��������� irl.ii liiinkiiu: river lii   iioniidiiryl !:M i-li'mi-*" i.'ai'J '"il . . . .. -11.������J i''. r: --'. . . I   In .I..UH - ,-  ���������inil.in! \mA\ voii!.i?.)i'i������ ,.;-ia:;.-������; mava or I';--.   ��������� j ���������'l>,,iia!tl.'. . . Mmidii V . . .^-i"l Julie.  .Vaku-li, M.ivfill,, IMlii, , J.!1"  :. ���������.      .^JH ^.lal As.-i/a - .  Cut  This   Out.  MAIN*   I.IN!*. 'I'llAIS'S.  r.isi jioiui i <>:���������'. -2) a.-rivi.. diiii ���������������������������.1'''!1!  W.'SL    -        (.���������*."'*. I)       " " , "��������������������������� li-i-M'-'i"  aiiiiovv i.am: iiiivst-ir tiivins.  Arrii-i.Ti:'r.i'.iiys.'riiiiisil,ivs..siiiii*ilaj-.t:.������l p.m  l)L-p.ul Knnda.v',-, Tin si|.iy-i.Tliiii--.il.i>s   l:.m pan  AI A 11 ,������.*  UKvn.siDio: i-.o.  ci..w fort iif west     ^'p'-;;;  un.! h: li a.in  soiilli, Sim., Tut'. Tlinr.   .I..tii>.iu  llcv. Miilinii .   8:!l,i.ni.. ili-*M>.i"  llimfrmiithcw^l  V,A\������m   M-'l il ' ll-'"  si.nlli. Tin*., Tlinr-.. S..I   .'i:I."i ii in  iiov. Sli'lioii.    .. '.I .i.in., .">:!��������������� pa"  iir.vr.i.'.Toiii: si-Ai-itis i-.f������.  (ii,W!ror tin* w-esi .V'w i;*;;;  (���������sl      .       ,  P.il I 11.111  " " s.nilli. Tilt1., Tlnil-s . Sal    ll.u   ni"  I'l-vi-lsttiki- . .-- il a.m.. I nil pan  Ilmi from I'.i! w-est    . ���������- "fj ���������������������������������>  -  ������    - rail       I.l.i pan  .- ������������������ si.Uii. W, il . 1--I-I . Mini     11 M nan  I* ������������������.xl-li)!;'- .ili.i'l.i.in.. 1 I"' !>������������������!'  Kaslo. Ain>\(������>rih. IMlot \r.\y.  Nakusti.   Now    ! cr.ver.  Three k'urks, Sandon  -   and---  ALL POINTS HI SOUTH KOOTENAY  Km- full informal ion as tn rates, etc.,  upplv Lo  I.  T.   I-Jri'W.ster,  Agi-nl, lti-velKtoke.  Gl'.O. Mel- UliOWN".  llistri-jl l'lisscni,"'!- AkciiI, V.-uieoilvcr. H.C  PEK  brews:  Kamloops, B.C  Export Lager Eeer in bottles and kegs  All orders promptly filled.  i'3'.   WlillKI-'KI'TZ   .  Proprietor  1 OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  1 ��������� i*.  -  ROYAL MA'L LINES.  CHEAPEST routo to 'lie OLO COUK^RTt,  Al.i.AV   l.INI'". ,     .. ,���������  I'.vit^aAN*. from H.ilifn\ . ..April lb  MostmiJ v.v. **   Moi.'lii'.il    .Muy-  DO.MlXHlV  MN'IC  s-cnrsMAN. from H.il!fa-<       ���������  --April *-;  V vXi tii-virii. from .MoiiLii-.il   ,Muy J  ]ii-:.\vi:i- liniv  f i*"io.ii St. .1 'Im. N. 15.1  l.iiti: Ovrviiio - -M'"l  ���������'  I.A'-ri.isi i'i iiroii ..April 22  r.ilnii ?li).ill.l upwards.    InJi riuuliutc SSJ.  Sli-T.eji-iil lovt-1 1'iit'1".  I'.i-.si'ii-i'i-' liiki-Url  iiir..m:li  lo ull  part.*-of  Cicit llriuiin mid b* lint, mi'l "1 -pet wll? to*"  r.il''. to all p.Tts of tin- I'.-'.nii'Mii .-tuitmi'iit.  Applv ioii.-i!'-'st'.ii.)-".i:;i<iri*.iihv-:iyai,-iiil.t������  I. T. liK^V/ZTZK, Aij.in'-.Scvelstoka  Or   io    Wii.i.ivm    tfi'HT.   Ut'iiural     Agiii 4.  WininiKir. o  5  pa(.:k 4.  TIIK KOOTIUXAV MAIL.  Kootenay Lodgre  No. 13A.F. & A.M.  Application for Liquor' License!  &  Tlie i*i"<il]:������i- lilt t'lili^  iivo lit-!,! in llio Mason ii-'l'i-iiipli*. Hi nn iieV  ? V"^'S��������� Halt-' "������    l'i''   ���������''���������'������������������  .it, ���������'jii=.i-   M.md.i.i     il!    ejirli  JSi^j'r>sv-^s^o:^-i-.;jii(iiiiii .11   h p. 111.  ~"~  ���������^=i=-r--"7^:'.">'Viij5~     VhsiiniK    lirt III roll  "=���������-~- " ~P-^- cordially ncla,until.  H. K. fS.AIVTMK. SiX-iii.JvltV.  l\'  .ttlTU'!-: IS IIKI-KBY lilVIiV tli.it   we. the  iiiidcrsi^nud, will 111 lliirtv d.i\s lioin  iliii,-, .���������em'y 10 lin' Siipi ndi.u'y Alajti-lriitc of  Wi-I K.io'lciiiii* lyr a lii-f-ii-,.- lo .("ll" liipip1 - al  I'l'vel.slok,-. KK.W'K  VAN'JJAJ.I..  ANIH'S   IlKATI'X.  iioi, Moke, Mav 8, 1:!)���������':. .Ml  KEVELSTOKE tODGS, I. O. O. J?  Ilu^ il.e* 111 '('tin  No. 25.  ���������ire ln-iil  NOTICE  .-  ���������-- w_ .tn- ���������.,-,-. -.uims -���������-,. ,���������-,���������       v1 llTIl-K !S IIKItKUY CIVKN' lliat IV1 days  ..��������� rp^T^^KitS in O'i lioiloMs-JI.ill every \ xS allfi* tlati- I will ap;ily lo Pit; linn. Clu.*!  #V^!j5SWii'' fi"*, Tim.s lav nitfliL .11 ei���������'lil ('eiuniissiuiu r ol Lands anil Woi I.s for, 1 sp.-eia!  ^S^^V^S^&^CjJ n'cloi-k 'VNi!iuy Iii-oUii-i- I lie. use to i-ul tiniliur on .1 one liiiuis.in.l liiot-k  ~t7.,-ii'y^"t),Jp^yCfi' (.-ordi.ill.v  wi-li-oinod. j "1 land sun.iti-d tin  cast  -ide of Sli><_:in   Hiver.  "        ,...,. .    . I  ICi'iiUii-'iv ilisliiil,.  coiniiiLiieai',' ill   ii  po-l   ill  C. l.IXDMAlilC. j\.IJ.     I:. I>. Ij1:\\ In. MC.      , nort li-vv.-st i-oni'raliniii,!! inili'snnilli-vvist lroui   * j where   the   ('olnniljia   &    lCooli-iniy    K.ulwiiy  Loy.al Or.ango Lodge No. I65S. | i*!*o,-m-.iIii-Slocim iiivi-i* l-niiiiaii; ia-i -.'li .---lain-..    ! sondi ."> i-huiiis.   c.-isi   ill  cliaiiis',' smith .leliiinis.  east (J'l eliluiis, south 1K1 elnijiis, west, lo river  bank 1_'0 eliains, liii'iiec norlli (111:1 kin*,' riv.-r the  11.>ii 1),l:ir\ I 70 I'li.'iins lo iiuli.il pnsj, . onl.iuiiiit;  lmni acres more or less.  .1. 10. I'OU I'D I'!���������'..  N.ikusp, Mny Bill, 1 IKi. J-11  Dissolution of Partnership.  rpAICK Xiri'ICI*: Ui.it. Jurs.-iiii.ili .1. J''oley and  I      Peter  Arena.   Ilotelki'cpors.    Arrowlic.ul.  H.C. lia*. i- I las  I.;!, il.iv 01 3l.ij, lMlii. tlis-olvL-il  parliiL-isiif)..  All del)!- of ,;iid linn will be settled by  .le,*, iiiia'i .1. K.iluv .and .ill i-i-mii;-. il lit* -..line vv ill  he paid to lihn.   '  (Si^iied)   .1. J. KOI.KY.  I-KTIOIJAKKXA.  Arrowli"iid. 121 ii d.iv of Mav. It-Oil.  Witness:    i:Kll.,,T. XKWMA.W' 1 JI,  *.,  NOTICE.  rilHA'l' t!ie(ii!(-<i*ii:ii*(cr���������!!;tcres|   in  tin; Xnitli  1     Sim* pine, r min,*.  on    Mi'l.'nilocli   l.'reok,  llij*; Heiid, 01v1ii.1I by Kdvv.iiil   Sullivan,  will  l-o  j s,,Id nt pniilie .en tion, ui tlie l.itflicst bidder, nt,  1 tin: (.'oarl limise. at ltcvelsi.;k'j, the -111 li (lay of  .1 me, 1 '.Hi. ut 11,n't lock, .1.111., lop.'.y 11 .sussineiil,  cost     of     iiivirtis'iiji   nnd   ox'liensas*   ol   siilc,  .1:1101111! in���������* lo j'ljii ���������_"-,.    ,  iivUr.lerol        (!L"S LI'ND,  Ur^nlar uit-flim;.-, arc hold in  the Odd Fellows' Ji.ill on llio  seronil iin.l lonrlli W'c'il))c.-,il;iy's  of (a*li jut.nlI) nl 7:i'<l p.m.  Visit liii* lirelhreii .ut* eoi-.liiilly  in vit <���������(!. ,  T. rtTKKI). J. 1. WDOIIKOW.  W.M. ,   Kcc. Seey.  Hall  were  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  Tom Downs and live men an; fixing  up the.Hiy Bend trail.  Jiill Kirkup lias returned from  ���������Chicago and other eastern cities.  J*t.   JI.    Utilities,    represi-ntiiii,'    thii  Toronto  World, was in town this week.  Billy Viekers vvill   go   into   harness  on   the', 1st , of   the'   moiitli.     Pieslo  change.  C. Sweeney took away most of the  prizes at, tho Quwui's birthday spurts  in Kiunloops. -      (  Presbyterian church : Service to-  jhoitovv evening at 7:30 ; All-. (Jwldes,  missionary.  The Kamioops Fire JJrig.-uk  was* a decided success. There  only i)0 couples present.'  Abr'ahamsDii Pros, are getting out  two hew registers, one for' Kevelstoke  ���������and one for Trout Lake.  Church of'"England : Services at  the usual hours in .the. new- church  liuildiiig tu-iiiorrow ; lio\.F. Volliunl.  Swan Anderson and Angus McDonald, (of Illocillowaet, and l>. Cieen,  -of Albert Canyon, weie'������iii town this  week. , ���������  The Steamer* Marion arrived , Tues-  trlay'on the'first trip of the season. She  -will he in service now through the  .slimmer.  .. J. D. Graham came back from Lar-  ���������deau City, Wednesday evening. Jle.  is preparing tn lay out the government  work for the summer. ,  , The Ludies' Aid of the Methodist,  ^church intend treating the town' to  .strawberries and cream as sunn as' the  'fruit can be'obtained.  \V. 13/ Poole and, A. E. Kinciiid  bailie up from their propci ties, 'on tin-  Arm,' on Tuesday and left again  Thursday evening.  Considerable and much needed improvements are being made on' the  .streets. The heavy grade' at ,tbu cut  is being worked down and sonic sti eels  .riro being, levelled oil.  , The Gi-aulv Forks Miner is the mime  <if the latest recruit to tin; 1>. C. press.  It is a well printed paper, indeed, und  will be welcome to the, people of that  ���������section.    Good luck to you !   ,  A niece of Mr. Adair's has anived  from the. East, and vvill stay for a day  ���������or two vvith us. .She is waiting for  the. Australian boat, by which she. vvill  jf<j for a long visit to that conn try. j  The. Methodist Sunday School pic  Jieltl 011 Monday last was 11 comp  .success. The older people enjuied  themselves as much as the vounger- ������������������  ones, and everyone voted it a jolly day ,'  Ui'Wklstokj: Fuhxitukk K.utoky-- I  ���������Crowlev it Co. supply dealers and stijie- j  keepers   vvith   lxiddinn,    couches   lied I  loiimres,   spri'ii''   beds,   etc., at   liuine**  ���������- 10 ...       1  below importers.     Send   for price, list.  Notification' of Infectious Diseases.  T  tlllO following extract from the  Health Act. KSI������," is published  for ufi'iiei'.-il information by direction of  the Provincial lioiiril of Health : ���������  " Sec. (i'.i. Whenever any householder  knows that any person vvil bin  his family or ' household has  the small-pox, "diphtheria, scarlet  fever, cholera, or typhoid fever,' he  shall (subject in ease of,, refusal or  neglect to the penalties | r-ovided by  suii-seclion ('2) of section !J ) within 21  hours give notice (hereof lo the Local  Hoard of "l [ealth,"- oi* (o (he .Medical  Health Ollieerof the 'District in which  he' resides, if there be one, and 'su,* h  not ice shall be given eil hei at I he ollii e  of the Medical Health Ollicer or by  comniuniciition addressed to him and  duly mailed within Ihe,lime above,  specilied, and in case there is no .Medical  Health OiTicer, then to the Local H mid  of Health."  Hub-sect ion (2) of sect ion SIS , provides  ;i penalty of $100, or imprisonim-ul for  six,, mouths, for neglect, to report .is  required. ,  -������The (lovei nni'-nj,. Atrent is Ihe Local  Hoard of 11 ealth iii" outlying districts.  ,V2t   , A. T. \'VATV,  Seeretari/, Provincial Board of Jleallii.  .I-.")! M.in;i;<;cr Ninth St u* Miiiini^ Co.  Iliited at Itevelsiok'.', tin's 1'Jlh ti'ay of May, 1MI  MKJ.  NOTICE  \TOTICK IS MKIiKHY CIVKN tiwil :i'l day.s  ^N allor dale 1 will npiily lo tlie lion, t'hicl  I'nniinissioner ol Lund- .mil Works for il special  lii-ciist- to cut liiub"i- nn a one tlnni-iuui acre  h!ock of iiiiitl sitiintid oii'i'iist .sitlo ol Sloc.in  Iti v cr. irooteiiny Disiiiil. l-oiiiineiit-in*^ at a  po.^l at north-east corner about III miles .south  from Sloe.in l.'ily riiiiiiini; west IKI clniins. sinitli  IIVI chains, c.isl1 (ill eliiiins, norlli to initial post,  lll'l chains, conl.iiniii'' HHKi a.MVs more or less.  .IOIIN (1KXIC1.I.K.  Nakusp, Jlnylilh, lMKi. '     , l-4t  R  5 j?"*" ^*���������^ ff***$.  V3  EBVELSTOKI  (Established  i.  -'-"- Wholesale and Retail Dealers - - -  f* ,  In Gsroceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Carpets, Stoves, Hardware, Faints,  Oils, Giassj Doors, Windows, Miners^ Supplies. ���������  ���������   -  I^Wc carry the hirj^est ;ind most complete stock in this section.  15RANCHKS at NF.W  DRNVHR'and NAKUSP.   ���������   ,  NOTICE.  \ro;nc:i-: is iikukuy i: iv ion thm :w days  iN utter dale 1 will apply to the Hon. Uliicf  t'omihissioii"!' of I.an.Is .ind Works lor a spceial  license to cm, timber o'n a one thousand acre  blo.;k of land sil'i.ited on west side of Slocan  Kivi'i*. Knot, nay District, ('oiimieiicim,' tit a  post,nl no*'lli-east'I'orner where the ladle SIo-  '0.111 lliver 1 in pi ii.'-. into tlieSloenn rnniniiK west  ill chains, sinitli lin chains, east Nl chains, north  lo iniliil post 1^1) chain-, eoiiliiininy 11 Km acres  more or Its,.      <  JOSHl'ir I'.VYNK.  Nakusp, May (ith, I.-IHJ. " I-lt  NOTICE.  XfOTICK IS HKilKliY ("ilVEN that :t0 days  i_> ut lei* dale 1 vvill ,ip|ily lo tin; Hon. liie  Cliicf, I'nniinissioner Lands and Works lor a  s lucial license to cut timber on a one thousand  ii.'i'o block of l.mil sit.iiated 011 cast -jde ()i Slocan l!iver, ICoolenay I lis! rict, aboiit II miles  11 1. th-n*e.~l, I10111 where Hie I'olu 111 bin & IC01.lenity itailrond crosses Hie Slocan liiver. .('.an-  inencin^iil apost at, nort !i-w est enrne'r l-iiiiuiim  c.isi. Id chains..,jni ii li; chains, west I*.'o ehnins,  norlli (niakiii'-c river Ihe honiid.u>) lil eliains to  initial post, eonl.iininn 11)1111 iieres more or less.  rlUNIKL JI. li ION IC bb 10.     ,  Niikns]), May litii, IS'.Ki. , l-lt  rLKEE   &  c  ELLS.  'PUgS,*  and'-Cifiraps.  s Jbupnisnuigs,'  Go.odsy Tobaceoes-  ^^ A  -i-Xtttniv t\$   h&,fiii4*f Hnfl a i������y '?re\;er "' is a house  A tiling 01 oeaoty whcn k (, p;ipci;^ wilh .irliHlic  l;ul!e.st and freshest line in town,at Gilkej; & Wells, ���������  'im  CM  Jcaiers m-  Q3  1-.  ^s C5 C! ������"ji /Ol "C  mds  Furniture,  D.oors,  -   . and Gofans.  Agents for llayniond' Sewing Mat:hine, .M ami fuel urers Life 1 nsu'ra nee .Society,  Union '���������'Fire   Insurauee  Ohrans and Pianos. ���������  Co.,   Provinci il   Uuiltliug nnd Loim As.sstit-i.it ion,  H^;  m/^a  atvt   t:  TUill^Oi^  wall paper,  POST OFFICE STORE  REVELSTOKE,. B.C.  If you want to reach the People in the North Riding of West Kootenay .,'  iii * '  ,  ' '    - YOU SHOULD  ise in M The '��������� Kootenay, -JV5  11 -  Produce Merchants .. Beyelsti  1 1 '  Consignments solicited of   Produce, Provisions,"Flour, Feed,  Butter/Cheese; Fj^'s, etc.,-etc. ' ' .-    '���������  --Retail  Dealers-���������  In . I;lour.   Feed   and   Vegetables   of all kinds. ' All Fruits,in  Season.     Nuts, Candies, Tobacco, Ciyars, etc., etc'  BED-ROCK PRICES., GOODS PiiOiViPTLY DELIVERED.  1  Give us a sample order and you wiij never go back on us.  w������  THE LEADING TAILOR.  "������������! Sppins Stock" Just Arrived,  < Gall Early and Avoid Rush,  SIBBALD" & PEAS  ���������j  ���������Revelstoke    Station-  Butter,   Eggs,   Vegetable  s,  Opposite Central Hotel, lievel.sioke  J A. Mara, ex .M P., went ea^t ��������� 'WHOLESALE , COMMISSION 'MERCHANTS.  feunda} rriorniny. He ijnes to 1'ort j  Steele and other point-,, and rut urns tn [  Kiunloops for June, 1st. H. Mc- j  Cuteheon also vient east, r nnd makes i.  thu same trip as Mr. ^,fara. He also ;  conies hack with him. Stick to him,  Mac.  ilr.' ifuvritt Uostock has. by hi^  Aiolicilor, .Mr. Arehcr .Martin, issued a  m rit again.st the Colonist Priiilint,'ariil  Publishing Coinpany, and Mr. H. M.  Horne-Payne, claiming -S-U.UOU tlain-  iges for liliel on iit-eount of  ,111   article  ���������toll  7lh  last. Tlii*. is in addition to the nor/ion  jigainst Home-Pay ue, elaiiiiiii^'--*-'10,000  <l,iiu,ij;es for slantler allowed lo have  lieen spoken u^.iiriil .Mr. I lost ���������>.-���������!���������. at  <ioiden.  Administrator's Notice.  You can get it done at the " Mail." Office  --   ���������: .1. -     -. ������������������  UAL i STYLE MID AS LOW Iii PRICE AS IN ANY OFFICE1  i a  0000000000000000000000000  o- o o o  o o o O OOOO  RE\ELSTOKE, WEST'KOOTENAY, B.C.  ACKXTS   FOR  Hay. -A- Splendid line of Carpets in Brussels, Tapestry  and Wool.   Art Squares in Large Variety  Of Patterns and Sizes.  hi'iidcd '"An rnve.stor's Advice,- w  .appealed in the Colonist   of   Mav  ",l r,;i 1  A. MacDonald & Co.,  Wholesale Grocers, i  ! nrtTiTifiT 1 t      i mmniiT-TiTri-**T     ^*s called   to  our  stock of Dress (Soocls and Prints.  .; ESPECIAL ATTENTION ���������      n��������� >���������l w,������ka,.,i or ,hc vun- b������. nui,iii,*.  (Wve us a call belore purchasing" elsewhere.  All are  CANADIAN GENEbi  E  .ECTRIC GO.  O. B.  &c, CO.  (I.IMI'I l*.l) .  In   Lin.-  CiHMitv Ci-in-l   nt   l\n'iti-n,iy   IkiIiIi)) ,il  1  Iloiialil.    Su. 10 <>( I.S'Xi, i  Jn lli(* luatl-criif .liiini Mi S'liirli-j-, di mm-ciI, ,iiii|  III Llie   iJi.iIIit  (if  lin-   Otli. i.il   Ailiiiliiimr.-ilnr-i  .\('L; (tiled fiairlli day (if .M.ij. ,\.l). 1  Hi.  PI'llX n-iullnx lin-iillliT.iv its' i.i' 'I'll.nuns ICil-  l; |i.'iln'i'k mi,I .liiiiii-n K. Arni-lriiii,.'. II ii-  ^nlori'd. thai .l.iini'-, Ki r^iiini) Arin-linii'.:. Dili  <:i.i! A '111111) i.-t ivi tor. fin* llie Coiinly i 'uni-l lii-l-  ri<*l of I-kfMiji nijy. .-iliiill In- AiliniiiiMi.itoi- of nil  ;ui(l-.iii'^nlar tin: i;(,ikI-.. cli.itK N anil 11*. dil.-i of  .fnliii .MisSourlr) di Cmm-m. .111 I that lliis nrdcr  lie pulilUlii il in (In- N'ooi'.'.N vv .-\! vii, ni'vi.-,;.ii|ii r  /nr the id.'n'od of tliiilj (ley.  (Si/iictll    (.'I.KMKST J. COI.'.VWAI.I.. C.C..I.  'I'lic credit/a* of .li.lin Mei-'iiiii-lcy Lite of  ltd i-ULttkr in llie (liKlriel of UYxt. kohIi-imj .  lirid^c c ii*ii"iilct'. ;n*c ici|iiiri-(l ullliln lliiii.*,  i\ny< nt I lii-,   11K, In fonviir.l ti}* n-iji-.t, red li'l|,.'i-  Capital, 51,500,000. Head Offices, Toronto, Ont.  Manufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus,  Loeonict ives. (\,n! Cullers,  liccipi o( al 1 [>���������_; l'i !1K,   Jf-.tu,   lin!)-,  \'.< tin' 1 ion ,u,d  Li^lit iny .\ nparat iis-  I'li'lier-if Mire*'  C'liieiii  ',1   T,',ii'.   I'],.,-.'  '/"   [,'-,,,"-���������.,ital'.'e  tui .on m.'ikei.t  Fin.  I',nip   ll'ii t <a  '', i, .j,,.,  -"ii ni"  I'. i-.ier,  l������v our Tin"'-   P!i,i-'' .J ,-ti-iu   -^ut 1 (-,s| ulii  Atfents for the Ccli-hraicd Ram Lai's Tea.  Revelstoke Station  MOTORS  Hlei-t 1 ie.il 'l'i ,111-nii ���������  opf'l .1 led  ll[)  lo ���������>() Hill'---.  ('  Cranvilla Slrcot  VANCOUV  TV  -������L. ^/.  .tii (ii-i'ici-:  Koo'.i-  1/  D sl,-,'-.t  -���������rr-i-rp  .1. J tLi  NELSON  .' -il 'lin  ,'*..   L. SZi   '-2  r"fi  1. I3E.A_IG-3  NOTARY   Prill.Hi   ���������   -   kPA|.-,I.ST(,K|.;.  Ii.( .  ������ny< iii im--   no, n, lorivinu ny n-u'l-Ki-cd l,||'!i* ,  ^.-,      . -,    -n        ~   -r-,    .      1 r,       -1 -.    ^-4 ,-..  Sttte^ Real Estate Broker ?and General Com.  ......  4 -,    ,1...      :...., -. ..'..'.���������,: ���������   ���������-. _ ^. .������. ^..������       A   *v ^.^a A-  hy  Mii.-iii;     A:U;v tli<:    (ixpiriiLioii ;������l'  lim l.^iiid |  t liirl.y days l.li'u Alniiiiislrul ,,r will ji|.|ir,i:i.(l jivlt.li  till!   lllKtl'illll/jlill    (if   lilt!   (MlllUi.   llllVill({   ll:l;illll   ;  to I lli,������,; ,:!,lill)n only ot u'blall liu siiiill iiavi: iind |  jioMc-t.-. j  Il.Uud iti. Donald. H.C. t.liis 71 li day of  .Mny,  IX'Ki. V. .1. !���������'. Al:.������lST!tu.\'fi, '  Olll.'iiil .Ailiniiii-tti'iit.or,  3-Ji ? ir.Jiiald, l'..V.  >������������������ "   ' ���������       \     ��������� ���������     ���������   ���������  missipn Agent.  |.': '"'.'���������      FIRE,  LIFE AMD ACCIDENT INSURANCE. \      i  {.' .'Ro; rnsnntativo of the Kootcnay Snioltintf & Trading: Syndicate.'.  Af.'tiXT 'l'(.>: i TJIOUT JAKK CITY.' li'VA-NW-Pf M.IT.' KASLO ,{��������� NAKl'SP  Has just opened up a beautiful lot of  Spring Dress Goods and Trimmings,  / Millinery and Fancy Goods.  And also a splendid range of the famous ! y  Slater Boots and Shoes.-    ;  '... .Mens Clothing- and. FurnisMngs  o#


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