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Array a l<: l -  t,i,in.iill-iV"������  . 77  r.  r-y-  READ BY  5,000  PEQPLE.  THE HOTEL VICTORIA  K. K. l.KASON, .,  VICTORIA,      - -       13. C.  , AiniTicin and European 1'lan,.'  American I'lan ^l.Hi'imil Upward-.  Steam Heated.    .      -Sample room...  Vol. 10.���������No.. 9.'  REVELSTOKE. B. Ci MAY.30,. 1903.  $2.00 Per Year  Men's. .Heavy, Rubbers and Overshoes  BARGAINS IN  Shoes  GOODS  PRIOR DEFEATED.  '        i  Three Ministers Resigned--Prentice  Uses   Strong   Language���������McBride Also, Turned Down���������An-  "other Scandal Unearthed. \, ��������� '  On Tucs-tliiy I'reinier Prior asked  Ministers Koerts and Wells to resign  a nil they did so.        ' '  Thu pi-uiiiiur, in'letters to the ministers, after referring to their connection  with the ,0. it W. affair,' dwells with  inelliciency of their derailments.  Hon. Mr. Wells asked Qolonel J'rkr  to deline tbe sjiucific'reason for asking  his resignation, before the verdict of  the committee was given, and pointed  out the evidence had not disclosed any  material' fact regarding his conduct,  which' Prior was not well aware of  when ho (Wells) was' asked to become  his'colleague.  On llio house meeting Wednesday  it was announced -Mclnncs had also  resigned.        " l"     '     P ,    \  '  J'rior stated the governor had ac-  coidcd him a dissolution and he asked  supply and sonic bills.be passed. ,    . <,  Eberts spoke in self ilefencc. When  he sat'*down I'rentice rose and mi id:  "If J were to any what I think of what,  has lieen done in tliegovernnient since  September loth. L.I02, the geiitlc'iiinn  who has just sat down 'would find a  hole and sneak intuit. On that date  Mcl'hillips and Oeorgc McL. IJrovvn  weie uigiiig. the govcimncnt to give  these two blocks of land to tlieC.'l'.  I!.'   Who was it  that'was most active  to complain of , cancellation of' I  grants, as it was not entitled tn 11  lands. , ' .  "CAMBORNE.  Rich Strike on Goldfinch.  Fictm our own corri'^pffiidciil.  L. &.,  i  is nin ii ni"  <l   ' 7  rfa rfo .-fonta cfrl ffa i^������ cfri rfr> rfo rfo ($) <$������ ($) r$) nto rfo rfo t$t> (&> tfarfat&tfatfarfatfa'efarfa  |"*Bj"BbURNEr"."!  (vti hit     *     ti        ���������   i ��������� n     i       n 1      TT.1-.    n  ���������?  E,*J. BOURNE,  I Men's Furnishings, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps f  ���������f. <__*  r-tp  ,   t$r>  t&)  ������*  READY-MADE CLOTHING.  Big Horn ��������� Brand, B. C. Union Made Overalls, Shirts, etc.  Boys Suits, Boots, Hats ancl Caps.  REVELSTOKE STATION, B. C.  tfa  (*)  if)  ($i  ($i  (^^(^r^.^.^(^(^<^.^<^.^"<^'^<^(^<^<^ ^  j___.j ihj������_w._ji_i.m  DIRECT IMPORTATION OF  iindish Potted  b  AM J  Bottled Delicacies  From the Manufacturers, London, England.  Crosse &  the "���������  \ t ng,  Pikickwdl, purveyors lo   His  the sUuicl.in.1 for the world.  hijesty  Pickles,  Sauces,  Catsups,  Chow Chow,       Capers, Olives,  Marmalades, Jellies, Jams  We Ape Headparters for Groceries.  LIMITED.  hi ' advancing their case? The at-_  .lorncy-gcncral. I'oIJow ,lho whole  course of the negotiations, and who  was theresnonsilileone? The attorney-  general, and thiit"'iiefiirioiis partner ol"  His, Taylor, the blackgiinid."  Then came cries of "Oulcr, order.',' '  Prentice, continuing,, held the  premier bad acted consistently, under  great dilliculties, as lie had .in bis  cabinet :nen who ^were nn faith ful to  him nnd to their trust and who were  cowards and liars." '  Ones ot "Oilier"'iind the speaker's  ui-gcii^dcm'aiid that the language be  withdrawn, were' followed l.y calls.for  apology to the'house. t   '  Prentice���������"J do withdraw the's."'  -"WclIs spoke in self defence:' >    -  J'rior then inove.l ndjournnicnt, and  was' defeated by 17 to da. though  Martin urged supply bo giantcd.to  enable tlie business of the country "to  go on.  1'i-ioi���������-.'As that u'lidoulitedly is an  expression" of-want of eonlidcnce, I  slnill go (o the governor tonight or to-  moriow nioiiiing and ask him"to dissolve the house.".      *        . >  MeHrido then tried lo place himself  in the position of being the one for  whom the governor should send to  form a new cabinet1; si11 cl moved the  adjournment, but he too was,turned  dov\ ii by- 1G to J _.  The bouse then adjourned.  Prior asked tbe governor'for a dissolution and was .banded a letter his  honor laid iccuived fiom Smith Curtis,  stating chaigcs had been preferred  against him with resnect to a contract  nwarded li. 0. Prioi ik Co., Ltd., by  the' provincial government in connection with Chimney creek bridge.  In Prior's absence the house appointed a committee to investigate the  mutter. The_evidence taken showed  in the absence of Hon. W. C. Wells  Prior looked over tenders sent in for  the work and asked Gamble why his  (Prior's) firm hud not, bid. Gamble  said he did nol consider it proper.  This position Prior disputed, and instead of awarding the tender to the  lowest, bidder, dofoncd it until bis linn  could put in a bid. Gamble was asked  to send all papers, inclusive of tendeis,  to Prior's'ollice, and later nn a tender  was put in l.y Pi ior it Co., Ltd., at  $170 less than the previously lowest  lender. The contract was then awarded to l'i ior iv Co.  Prior moved the house go into sup-  plvaud was iigain defeated In- 1(1 to III.  (Hy Telegraph.)"  Victoria, H. C, this day.���������The fate  of lhe liriti.-h Columbia house is now  iu the hands of the lieutonnnl-gnvorn-  or. Ye.-teidny was spent in discussion  of charges preferred against Ihe  piemicr. that lii.- linn hud profited on  a tender secured by Prioi with knowledge of other tenders and which un  investigation committee mi id was not  proven.  This morning the picniier will go to  the lieutenant-governor with the ro-  poit and, admitting that he no longer  contiols the house, I'llnco himself in  the governor's hnnils.  It" is believed W. W. h. Mclnncs  will be sent for to form a government  us he has received the. almost unanimous endorsement of the liberal  membeis.  l-\ C. Green, IJ.-Lithe Oyster lliuiie line.  lohn Knnest has leased the* Criterion Hotel to Messrs. Stanforth and  Hob Onnn. .   '   ,  L If  There arc fjuite a number'of claim  owneis doing' tbeii. necessary assessment, work.' <��������� =  Cainbornitcs should 'inakenii ell'ort  to get ji inoney'oider ollice established  before the rush.    Jleie's  ajcliance for  the Trades Council   to  get, in and dig.  ���������The recent discovery of-.  men ri'iiu: uoi.n     ' <;_  on the Goldfinch, the 'property of the  Northwestern. Development syndicate,  of Gqldliclds, is still the topic ol"the  hour and people 'arc 'wondering where  the., next' surprise will,, come fruiTi.  -Everyone knowing the district knew  the Goldfinch carried good gold values,  but very few expected such riches us  arc here shown. . ft only proves what  we have often before'.stated, that surprises await dcvelopiiient'.in the J_nr-  deau district, livery'property so, far-  opened has, more than surpassed expectation, both in quantity and values  of tlie ore.   The  xi-iw 'niseovmiv'' "    *  was made in stripping the ledge about  200 feet southeast .of the old or main  sui face cropping, and exposes a vein  throe lecfc.widc, six inches of which is  exceedingly rich. Tbe ��������� other two feet  six inches is good milling rock. Jt is  the intention to get under tlie showing as rapidly -as possible .to further  prove the values'1 of, the'vein. Wc  wish the new'liianagonient'evcrv success.' . ' '  ST A.Ml'   -MILLS. ~    .  , The work of excavating, the foundation for the mills on "both" the Oyster  and Calumet it U.'C. is' in a forwind  state, and we shall soon miss the  booming ol the shots noon "and night,  now so regularly heard echoing and  re-echoing tinough the valley. It has  been an untisi'ial sight, for residents  iind ^visitors to sec 20*-men strung  iilon ; the face of the cut pounding  stccl.'pi-cpiiriiig the bed for the mill.  Quite a low'snap shots have been taker,  of the men thus engaged.     _ ,  e.vni.i: tiia.miv.iy.-,. - i  . I'\ C. Grceii, dominion and , provincial hind surveyor, has'-obniploted  the final line for both tramways, anil  15."G. Riblct's men are following him  making the necessary (rails propitiatory, to erecting deiricks and stringing the cables. Wc understand the  Oyster cable will be the first,completed.  It looks as if the work u ill bo ru-heel  to be finished sis soon as the stumps  are ready to drop.      >,  About the middle of June parties  will bo able to visit almost any part of  the district. Tho snow is leaving  rapidly.  SCHOOL BANNER.  A Splendid Piece of Work.   .  ,''The school banner made by Miss  McConnull,of Si. Thomas, was received  by Mrs. Lawson on Saturday and is a  magnificent piece of-work. It is of  the best banner satin and contains iu  raised letteis a I top -'Itevelstoke  Public School," with the words "Relief  Mafeking, March I7th,'1!)U<V' worked  on a maple loaf 'in centre. 'On it are  also worked t he union jack and J). 0.  coal, of arms.' The embroidery and  tiisseling are spJendiiL,  The St. Thomas Daily Times says of  the banner: '- \Y. R. Hc'vitt ha's on,  exhibition in his window "a 'vciy  elegant banner > in solid hand-work,  which i- being very much, admired,  the work of Miss Grace McOonnell.  Jfc is to commemorate the relief of  Mafeking. and is for the -public school  of Kevelstoke, lb. C. ' The cxecutio'ii i.s  cei tuinly 'a, work ol" art; and shows  great ji liiii tv on the part of Miss Mc-  Coni.ell."' .' '"     -    ,        ''.'..  GUN^CLUB.  Thc.annual meeting was bold Thursday. The following 'officers we're  elected: President, J. Guy ILirbei;  vice. Ii. .\.' Pbipps; secretary, A.  Mol.ne: executive, Messrs. Sturdy,  Skene and McDonnell.   - '    >  It was decided,to change shoot from'  Siilurduys to Fridays. Gold and silver  medals were otl'ercd ��������� by Messrs. Barber  and McDonnell, the gold med.il'W  class A, and silver, for class 13, terms  20 birds winner at- each shoot to hold  foi one 'wcck/iind ' highest aggregate  score ol IO' shots to be per.naiient  holder.        ' 7  -At each meet, starting this week,  there will bo a team shoot, each tciuii  to choose captain and, shoot for 10  birds. ' ,  Dr. Sutherland nnd Mr. Sturdy arc  great acquisitions to the club.  At yesterday's shoot the following  weie the scores: McDonnell,-Jirown  a'id Stin tly ' 11, MeRuc, -Umber nnd  and Siitlu'i'liiud S. Jii-tho' shoot-oil'  McDonnell won. .'      .  BOURNE'S  . -  -^    . , ,  Ogilvie's, Hungarian Flour.  Graham Flour.  Whole Wheat Flour./'.  f* i  "Rolleci ,0'atsf  Corn Meal.  Bran. Shorts.  ' '    ' '        ��������� '        -* ;  rFeed. Wheat.  Headquarters, for Groceries  -of Guaranteed .Quality., .^  NAKUSP.  Fiom imruwii Ciirio-pi.iiiloiit.  There is some talk of a; celebration  on Dominion Day heie.  Quite a inimber of folks iieiewent  to Xelson to spend Victoria Day.  Tbe steam shovel crew has No. 1  bridge filled in and has moved to No. '.I.  Mr. McICissic has brought his family  from Vancouver and will make his  home here.  Fred Wc'nsly moves his wife unci  family tomorrow to Three Forks  where they will live in fntino.  Fred Wensly's sister and her husband  arrivod'from lingl.-iud Thuisday. Tliey  intend taking up a lancb bcic.  The Ynlo-C'duiiibiu Lumber Cu.'s  mill and camps are iimniiig short-  handed on account of the scarcity of  men.  The __jr.Hi being a holiday, 'stores  were closed, and theie was a picnic in  the afternoon in Ihe grove heie. In  "io evening a social   dance   was given  GUN CLUB.  The Gun Club bad a shoot on Victoria, J'.iy, 20 birds, ;"> naps, unknown  angles, resulting A.* J. McDqncll 15,  J.r Sturdy 15, Guy Barber-J1,,CI II:  Skene 14. Dr. Sutherland 10. Sturdy  and iMcIJoncll shot .oil", former win'-,  ninir. >    ��������� '*.:  oil  ARROWHEAD,  Fi om our tnwi i't.ri-i'-pi������itli_iil.  Supt? Kilpatriek paid Arrowhead an  "ictsi 1 visit Thursday.  Mr. and Mrs. J. McMahon are visiting Anoivhe.ul today.  1 T. J. Graham  has  a   few men lighting a bush lire at 2.J-Mile bouid.  Mr. and Mrs. Livingston visited  Kevelstoke vesteiday returning home  this morning.   ���������  Tbe many friends ofvl. .1. J'oloy will  bo gl.ul to hear be .is steadily improving in health. Mrs. Foley is'still confined to her loom with rheumatism.  The DeKew mill started sawing ut  its full capacity Wednesday under the  able iiiiiuiigcmcntiof A. McMillan.  Mav 2!Kh.  The Busy  We are Ndted for Eyery Day Moderate'1 Prices.  Dress Goods  Iu i\\\ iho iiowu-t in.itoii.iU iind coloring.  *Pric*"> from !_.."_c per ^*ird. J  i J 'i _���������  Shirtwaists       t  \W Jim  -liowiiiK .ill   tlnj   new   clr'^iuii-.  con-i-tini;of W.i-h  Silk- nt >UX>. Wim*'  -  L.twn^, Gni'.- Liiiun-*, Orj;;ii!(!i.;a.. otc. ������t  7.*������c to ?5(XI.  Ladies Tailor Made Costumes  Miiflu in niou-i. Wai-t. Rii^i.iii Coal.  ,,-ilk Miu.cl.. J'rico $11 to $JV  Cloth Skirts  " For Liulii'i iiml Mi--c���������Mi���������ti- m_*i������- "0.  '.i'i, H\   inch.   TIhj-ij K(t(������l- an'  iniuli* by _  the  br-t   m.'iktii- and   fit   and   inutrri.it  ���������      j.|H������ilK* TOT tlHMll-I'lVIJ-.  Parasols and Umbrellas  In Ladii'-. .ind L('liil(ir('!i---\Vi������ lin in I lo"*  onlv t hi' lic-t m.iK'c-. Prici'-s from 2"ip ff������  85 .tX).  Glove Department      < .  L.ulic-   and   Children-   jn   Silk.   Li-U',"  Luc4'nii(l  TaHfMta.   }\'*i \ia\g tliom * in.  white,  black  and  all the -prini; -hade-.  IjihIIi��������� Kid Glyv**?. Si^cial Price-, Soc-'o  Men- Kid-, a full ranu'i; of -ixe^.i  - R7_AI_ KID GLOVj:-tViilliur Paxoic)  Wa-habl(5 and |>������-������r-pirnti<m prtmf kU)v������*. '  Direction���������Lua\t������ llie ������:U)\i*"oii tin;, h.iiiii-  aiid wa-li in -oap and water: riii'-e re,*  peatedly in clemi water ancl and allow  them ut dry.   Kv6ry pair miaranteed.   -  Staple Department  Much   Uirircr than^vt  price,-. ' ('oinprNin  '. marked al ,-el!-  .Slii������*'iina. Pillow  iclit^l and unblf.iched col Ion  Cimbric,   Flannelette   at   ocr  Prints at Sc per >anl.   T������\\eU  ind Towel-: Table" Linen- and Nap"  Special price- u������ lame bnjor-.   -  Millinery Department  Le.ivu jour order- with  n  in thi-> depart meat   aie  rea-onabl  wc promi-e to -nit  .ou or no -ale  Our  pi ice-  and  Cotton, bl  Lou-tlale  per \ard.  im:-  kin-  Footwear  The Kin pre.^"Shoe f<>> Jja<lie.-.      *    -  Tin* new Sprim: ami Summer -ij lean* j;i-L,to hand.    Price- ranm: from'  ,    -_\J_."iO ro 5'i.O'l.    F^ery  pair Mainpetl ^  by tin* manufacturer.    I'rice- ri^Iit. "  Can be no uti-take in valm.'-.  Tin-Harlow .Slim* Co   ������n<l   Lillv Ilr.irk-  ettV American Shoe"- for inett.  W'v claim  >   the:-..' rihoe- are the bf-t ou thi1 market  REiD & YOUNG,  DHV OOOIJ.S  MICUCIIANTS.  HIOVKLSTOKI*:.   D. C.  MAIL Ol'.IJKltS PlIOMI-n.Y  .VTTKXIIKI) TO.  in Jlourne'-j hall.  While moving i  the other day il s  and fell on   I.. K.  piano on the w half  ipped in some way,  Simmons,   who   was  Mail Orders Receive Our Mostj. Thorough Attention.  LAND GRANT  Investigating   Committee  Bring in  Their Report.  Smith Curtis gave evidence that  Joseph Martin supported the original  bill to give these lands to the C. P. It.  . ',\V. C. Wells declared the grunts line,  never been out of his '.possession at  Montr.-al. :     ;,'.-' ���������  .1. Dunsniiih* indicated that he believed, and still believes, thai, Kberts  and Brown were engineering a gigantic scheme to do up the country.  Tbe  invcsligiition   closed  Saturday  On Wednesday the committee presented its report to the efl'cct. that in  session of 11102 lhe government permitted answers lo fjnt-.slions not in  ari'niilanci! with fads; lhat .returns nf  I'lliTespi'iiileiii-i* asked for were iut.oiu-  plutc.   and   the'C. 1*. It. hud no cause  assisting,  and   gave   him    a    few  bruises on bis arin  anil head.    Wo  gla I to see he is recovering rapidly.  FIRE VALLEY.  I'kiiii uiiro*.-,!) t'oiii'^ihiiiiIi-iiI.  Mi*, nnd Mrs. B. J. Hangs left for  JUossIand Monthly.  J. Glover saw n gri/.zly beur on his  much a few days ago.  JI. J'errut shot u huge black beur  with fur in good condition.  Mrs. T. Miikinson, of tho Nnrrows,  is down on a visit to her sister.  A number of sbnreholder.s of the  Kdgewopd Dairy Co. .spent Sunduy  iiiid Monday in the valley.  F. Eraser was down lust?week to pny  the men who hnve been building the  govern men t bridges on the Kirc valley  and Kettle river trail.  The picnic Which wus held here in  honor of Victoria JJny wus u decided  success. A nuinbci* of people ciinio  from Nelson, Itevelstoke and Nakusp.  The money raised from the sale of  refreshments will be set aside fur  church purposes.  Manager I'.aniniebneyer, of the Kern,  expects such mining uelivily at Koss-  liiiul t hut (Ini ciiy will hnve u population of 25,000 in three years.  POLITICS.  Judge Walk-em's report 'on tho  charges of con option brought against  I'reniiei IJiinsniuir by Smith Curtis  last session lindstbein not sustained  by evidence.  Now that an election is decided on  new voteis lists must be compiled  under the Redistribution Acl, and  when these are opened nil wbn have a  right to vole should see thoir names  are on the new lolls.  A meeting of tbe local branch nf  the conservative association was held  Thursday night, the president, J. M.  Scott, iu the chair. It was dvcided to  seo to getting mimes of supporter.--, of  the party on the new roll as soon as  compilation begins, but till further in-  I'oiiiialion is lo hand as lo the position  il wus considered little else could bo  done.  Says tho I-'oi t Steele Prospector:  "An iiup.il liul analysis of the evidence  will cntiiely exonoiate the chief commissioner lroui any culpability in lhe  niattei. Mr. Wells performed his duty  iind saved for the province a large and  valuablf tract of land. Had Wells  been what his enemies say he is, the  crown grants would now bo in possession ol the Canadian 1'acilic Railway  company."  REVELSTOKERIFLE ASSOCI'A TION  Theie was only a  .small   iitleudaiicc  nt the range lust .Saturday, the following   being   the   scores  went hei*  wus   line,   I  was blowing.  ���������      axiyils  ll.'A. I,ihvsiiii (en|>l). Iin  11. II. Hlmiiix..,  1!^  T..Sli:i.il  *-'l  W. Iluili-y...'.  --'S  .1.1-iiliii.ir  liii,  T. Downs  IS.  !���������-. Sunn's.  I'.'  Dr. Kiillii.-Hiiii'l...... I"'  , ^nsJ*sH/tAJi/ U^-LUy77lAhy(i/  M. A. SMITH & CO., Agents, Eevelsioke, B. C,  R. HOWSON & CO.,  Furniture Dealers, House Furnishers and Undertakers  1 lnYir just opened the  of Carpets in tlie city.  Jirgest  stock  .-s     III  ule.  The  It   il. s  trong  wind  00 yds.  ������imyiis  Total  ���������_'ll  ���������ii  7l!  III;  n;  ��������� ii  i.-.j  i.-i  IS  i;  .-,1  III  ii  l.-i  n  , i.-i  s  ii  s  in  .'17  III  in  .-n  J, I. Wood row, who returned lust  night, from Cump creek, informs us  the placer ground there operated by  Raymond Allen is looking well, and  guild gold being got. Tim gold becomes coarser as the work gnus for-  wa i'd.  Linoleums, lings, Toilet Ware and General House Furnishings  .Melvi_N*/.ii-: Avk.vi-k,  I.KVI'.I.STOKK.  l^y^W^^'*���������'^���������^*'>'>i^������*>0''>���������^���������^���������1������-'>���������**lLo������������������'^'>���������o./>������o.o./>_r������..>.    n  J  4*  4*  Screen Doors and Windows  To inaki.' room for oih.r -goods whicbaie Hrriving  ck-nning out our stock of Screen Doois iind A\rindo\vs- at.  Just Think, a Screen Door complete  with .spring binges, In on/.e pull mid hook and eye f"i  daily, 'vve  I'iirg-tiii.  &'  $2.00 f  fu  tile  Why hi  bouse for  tioubl  such a  .���������d with Hies vvhon  .mall ariiount.  they ail   so  easily  k'-pl  Be sure and see our new lines before you buy this season  W.   M.   LAWRENCE  Taylor Block,  iMjtckcn'/ic Avenue,  ���������ft     i4<t-tr-ttHtlr*t-u-tf<rlTtt'U-tr1r-O-<r*r<r<i-U-0tr-tt<r-tt-ti1r-Wti  VOU   IIAItnW'AKK  OK ALI.  KINDS.  RIOVKLSTOKK,  II. C  %r'  #*  ���������tr  m '<��>    "''
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.i       ' -     ,      'J. W. Bk.vni.-it.        -
av au v IJnur; ft,Hook Co.      ��� ,
-      ti ,   -        K.  11.  W'KLI-S. -_, -i, P
' Sir Thos. Shaughnessy is sore
about the grants lo the 071'. li/of
lOiist'Kootenay lands' being cancelled.' He(now -says: "The" company will not bin hi another mile of
new road hvthc province of,British
Columbia until those already built
are paying." If this announcement.
Wults in the'government undertaking/, to build ,the' railways required in the province it will have
a splonilid effect.' ���  <       V    '
tl'?'      J'- ( AND PINKIIAM,
' B.VRHI3TER5. SOLICITORS, k-i-c.   '
'Okkices :* Molsons1 Bank   Bi.ooic.t Hkvkl-
���*     v.     .    --,--"ST0K.B, B. 0.    i      ,,'.--.
i Money to loan.'       '.. ,        H    ' ''.
r'(   Ollices: KcvcUlokc. B.C.; FoitSlcelc, H. 0.
Hko. S. McOaktek, '
A. M. Pivkiia.m.j     7 ���'J. A. Hakvky,
1       i    Ilevel-loke, II. C.'i Kort Steele  H. (J.
r&T-KHrf. .Solicitous,, JSotahiks
Purir.ro, Etc.7    '
First Stieer.
Kevelstoke, B.C.
it is time wc ' had in Canu'chi a
civil service system, bused on Unit
of Great BriUiiiriind the'Austraiian
colonies* wherein jinblic positions
-mill "'no longer- be bartered *'to
grafters forJ ]folitical services,' hut
shall be'hold , by those who have
selected' the civil, service us a profession, and have_ lieon trained to
rshow. Ufo,. public" having ^business
wi th their departments' that con rlesy
and (alien tion'���'to -which -they tire
entitled.        '���    ,    , ���    '  "   V
I Mining Enginiseii,     '
(.Mem. American  Institute Mining ___iiKi.it.ui->)
(Mem. Canadian Mining Institute.) ,
" f
Revelstoke! B. C.
Kxamination of and reports om Mineral I'io-
, t pertles a Specially.     .    ,
'     - Dominioni,,i i'liovixciAiVbAM)
_ ^ _.j.
Survey-of Minei.il Claims, Tnnbci ]Jen,||.
1     , ,    <,     .Ciowii L'ukU.t.      '
-' Care o�� J. D. Siiikvi.u, ItKvi;i_sroiii:,, H.C.
'"MiniiiK Kngineer and Met,illin*gi->t.'
'V       r ���*' ., '        Sl'KCIALIIIN:     ���*
'V _,E\'.iniinati6n-  and Iicport- on"Miiiinir. Piop"-
-   y--   ^    crtie-.   ���*"   * " l'i " ""   '
"Specification and  Coii-liucLioifof Mining .11,e
,      *      chinery. - *���   -
, .'  Te-u- made of 0ie�� and Concentration forCIilor-
c r. ine ?nd Ctanitie Treatment.
Hydraulic Plant-".   ' ���
- / l Bedford McNeil Code.
: Sir'Thos'. ShaughYiessy4 must he
an apt pupil of Ananias or in dense
ignorance of the a flairs of 'the road'
he is supposed lof.m'niiii'gc. r\Vhen
asked hy the MuyW'of Vancouver
to t'alcc sl'ops"to fettle the -itrikqjhe
"professed " to know ��� nothing ��� ahotit,
nny strike. The ��� people who have
freight' consigned by the C. P. 11.
kn'ow it lo their cos4t. A. McDonald,
Ihe well-known merchant, declares
the Winnipeg /freight sheds "in'a'
slate of chaos as the.,result of the'
strike.       , '*   "
-. FfCIALS.1 '- 7
, Bargains in Real Estate.   ^
��j   9(10""'-  -'or}  dttelling  on Coiiniuiglit
<$ti.,cu\j\j   avcmie.coniaining "i room-.. ,
-*R1   *->nO-~* -lori" Nonage,   ."i   room-,,   l.irKe
tpi,L.uu   gulden vvirh -mall fruit niviiiiely
-'".tory.     II rooiiwd
lot-,   newly   panned
�����1   900���Comfoi table
tPl,OUU   ),ou-e and ���_���
and fenced.
fRl   O^n���"-roomed cottage with batlnoom.
(pi,uo\j  jocoouw.
SI   F)(Sn~Lar'ci--story hoiioc. 11 loom-.all
V)oov   modern convenience^.   Agcmiinc
bargain., f '  <-
(CO  nnO-It'-'-*ia"rant.   building   on   Kn\i
*+",iuuu   strtel: .-iplcndid opportunity for
right partv: good terms.
���Si Rnn~'-"torJ" re-idence.  well  built, con-
���?i,ovj\J   taming S room--. '
40tft���l{-story  cottage.  3   rooms  and bath
-?"-'*-'   room, near C. P. R. shops.
Cl  finO--story  liou-e. 7 rooms, near Me-
^i,uuu   kenzie avenue.
���tl Iflfl���2 story  house containing S 'loom-.,
- $KOUU   cellar full-170. t
���   'Si  100���'^-story cottnjje. U room--, !ol  IllxlOO
-���i'i flnn���--ator.v modern ic-idence, 3 lot-, in
pj,UUU   good lawn.
CO  r nn--21��� lory rc-idence complete and up
vJ>-'uu   to date, wilh line grounds..
-\\rK are prepared  to loan  mency onanyoi
? I     the above properties on lhe moiuhh re-
]).->) mcnl iilaii.
\\f">_ heve for -Jile an niiprovt-il f.um  ncir
>\     the ciij.  -tock. implements, etc.   Price
Ca-li required Sl.i'fl
VLS0,^";ktcs uniinproied land near salmon
Ann -taiion, price *ry. on good term-.
LEWIS BROS, Real Estate Agents
W)e Ifcootenas fl&aU
.-.ATURDAY, MAY 30,  1903.
The presentation   of  a   play like
that of Damon and l'vthia.-  should
do much u. impress   on   the public   pie public trea-ury,	
mind the danger of   tolerating cor
ruption in .~t;ite affairs.
Complaints are made of the u.-e
of the'sidewalk; for bicycling becoming loo common, and a public
nuisance. >'o doubt lhe police-
will titke steps lo enforce the bylaw
once attention is culled to it. j
���*j There is no more unpleasant duty
c.is*11upon a newspaper than'that of
voicing  the   dissatisfaction   ofvtho
public   with*government   ollicials.
Numerous   "complaints ,Mia vet been
made-to   us' >williin   the   pnstyenr
concerning the conduct'towards the
public of ollieial1. of  the postal and
customs departments at'l.evelsloko.
Jn the case  of  the "post'oflice, it is
unjveisally recognised ' that  Post-
mailer .^IcRae^ i_& jpersqnaliy nipU
courteous  ancl   obliging, but  he is
away so much that  lie comes little
in contact with thtf public    Hence
so many complaints.    Clause "2-"> of
the postal regulations says:   '���Postmasters and their assistants in the
above matters, as   well   as  in their
ollicinl intercourso  vv'ith the public,
ate expected to a fiord all proper no-'
cornmodation, and   to treat all persons having business aVtheir ollices
vvith   the   utmost   courtesy."    Unfortunately this  admonition of the
department hasheen  a   dead letter
at the city post'ollicc.    We publish
in "today's    issue   a    letter    from
Harold Nelson which shows even'a
worse condition of affairs than that
hitherto  suggested.    Mr.-Neb-on is
ti gentleman of  culture nnd n-line-
rnent'. and it  is   a k thousand pitiec
that a   visitor   to   bur  city should
have to earyy  away  vvith him such
unpleasant recollections   of   oflicial
Nor is tbe customs department
any better. Citizens have com-
phiinc-d'to us Mguiif and ncam qf
the incivility met with* in this
brunch of lhe public service. Besides they have had to travel repeatedly to the customs oflice without finding the oflicer on duty.
We iccogii'se that Mr. Atkins has
to attend at the express oflice, railway station iind bonded warehouse?., but be should have set]'
hour.-'of attendance .it his oflice so
that the public may know when'to'
find him there.
Now postal ollicials and cu-tom��
ollicer- are servants of tin- whole
people. Their 'salaries are paid by
the people through  the   medium of
th'' people
have a right to expect from their
servants civility nnd intention.
How different do wo find the agents
of the tl. P. 11. und uxpre.-** company
here? Both Mr. Brad-haw and Mr.
MeK'en/.ie aie a credit to the oflices
where they are in charge und their
courtesy and attention are appreci-'
a tod by all who eonie in contact
with iheni.
mcnls, but in  that  of  Hon. W. C.
Wells.'   Messrs. Turner, and Eberts
look advantage  of absence o'f Mr.
Wells on, a  visit cast',to   put the
'matter through, and, we remember
that gentleman expressing great indignation   on   his   return   to   find
these ministers 'had been interfering
with his  department.1 'Mr. Turner
left foi-'JSngland  shortly  after, but
Mr. Eberts  continued   to  press'for
the deeds being handed to'the G. P.
R. up'* to  the   time 'of 'the investigation. J Why?   Mr.    Wells , said,
when   in    Montreal,' Mr." Taylor,
Eberts's partner, ,'also  pressed him
to hand   over'  the   grants i stating
there   would   be  30,000  acre's in it
for him.    Mr. Well's,  loyal, to'his
tru��l  as  a   representative   of   the
people, thereupon   returned to Victoria, bringing the deeds with him,
and informed ..Premier   Duiisiiiuir,
,who  charged   Brown' and   Eberts
with being interested in the scheme,
and decided to  cancel 'the .grants.
Of,,course 'all oparties   implicated
denied   k, 'but  Sir'Thos/Shaugh-
licssy swore   Brown   had never advised   him   o'f   these, la'nds ' being
obtained 'for  the  C. J'.'It.    Brown
explains by saying it   was an oversight.    Js  it  likely Vin   official'in
Brown's   position   would   overlook
advising hisTChief_ ofi the principal
subject of his intrigues vvith government^ extending' over -a   period'of
five --years .unless' he' hiid   some
sinister motive?    Mr. Wells's slate-'
nient woulcl  fully 'account <for the
actions    of ', Messrs.   Eberts.   -and
Brown.    Mr-Wells  could-have no
object1 in   fabricating   the, story ho
toldjVintrhe is'not tho man to'Jeiicl
himself to that sort of thing. ?
-_Mr. Wells also-su'id-Tuylor hull told
him of another* company being formed
tortake-over these  lands.    Taylor and
BrowiV denied     it,-but     Su    -lyhos.
Shaiiglmcbsy eonliniied   it, giving'tho
name of company and its objects, thus
again supporting Mr. Wells's story. _���
This story was conlirmed in unother
striking  manner, .showing  Mr. Wells'
could only bave'.got at  Iirst band tho
information   which   aroused   his  sus-
picions of a scheme to do up the ni evince.    Sir   Thrmiiis   showed-Miini   an
agreement between   theX. P. R. .and
the Crow's Nest CoaI,Co., byVwlnch it'
was provided   if," the 0. P. It. got these
lands they'were to give 10,000 ncics to
the .Crow's  Nest   CoalVCo.,  and vv oie
not to mine coal   for   10-years in opposition, to that company.    By having
the land turned over,to the subsidiary
company referred   to  by- Sir, Tlioinaa
the C. I'. It.'would' be  able to go.b.ich*
on its'agreement with the'Crow'a Nest
Coal Co., .thus  setting1 up  oife of the
most fraudulent tricks'over devised by
one company to'viohito-its obligations'
to another.   'When   O. I'. -R'., ollicials
would'condescend   to   such,  triokeiy
would they   stop1- at,  perjury?.,   lion.
Mr. Wells swoie the deeds lor the lands
in question never, left  bis   possession
Sir Thoniiis Sli.iiigbnessy ������uiotc  Mob.
Biown   that  the  con puny   nevei'liad
those deeds..    C. P. Jt. Solicitor   (Jrecl-
niiin --vvoie  he  knew  Mr. Wells never
intended   banding   these  dceiU to the
company.    Yet,  in   face   of   nil   tins
testimony, und after it   hud passed for
a week   uncontiadicied,   Jlr.   Oswald,
sebretary   to Lthe   B.C.   Southern,   is
suddenly  struck Vvith   the   idea  tho
deeds were  delivered   to' liim   by   Mr.
Wells, ucie in   the  company's vault a
night,   weie   icturned   to   Mr. Wells
without, receipt or acknowledgment of
any   kind,   and   swears   accordingly.
The C. J'. 11. does its business on tbe
stneti'st   methods,   and    vve   ask-  any
le.ison.ililc man whether he can believe
u story of  that sort���wlfether  be  believes,the   C   P. R.   would   band  over
deals   worth    two   or   three    million
dollars without  taking ,i receipt there
for?    Was it
asked ut   t he
III his own constituency,' where ,tbey
know him best, Mr. Wells wo'tild be
returned again tomorrow by a majority
of two'to one. That is tbe Tmo test
of,the confidence of a constituency in
'its members. Jf the public estate' is
to be conserved and tbe public interest
zealously guarded, the people must
stand by the moil who have successfully opposed the "pressure of, c'orpor-
'ntions and cbar'termongcrs .,in tlicir
cll'orts to despoil the public estate,und
Mr. Wells'is one of tbose'nien'     ;    '7
iiar i
. 'i ,
We buve received pcrsonnl and un-
(]iiest.ionalik' inl'oi niiiLii.ii from, the east
that "A Wise Woman" is innking the
stiongest kind of ^ii bit and has liven
doiiif? iin enormous business^ Since
thediiyit, Wiis/bliii-te'd the 'managu-
inent lntvo been diKgiiiK oul, and adding to it without. I' nii- ori'uvoi*, uiitil
now it stands without, an equal , in its
line.    At the operii lions'i-I-'riday .lone
���;        MINSTER,
i,. j i        ���
, /        I'Kiin Our Own Cvi ic-iiiiikIdiiI. ij
' Rev. JMr. Shrldrick,' Chtirch 'of li.ig-
lan,d rector I heie,Me.ives for Engliind
Wednesday, Jor a year's visit.' ,
The'pupils of Columbian > College
have cliiii'lcied >8.'S. Renvoi* fjr'Siittic-
ilay,-inteiuling ' to spend the day.at
Pitt lake. '<*    ������  ,.i       , V' ' %     "���'
fl Lor the J.ust'few weeks the street
sprinkler has been ' woi king'haid, but
the sue took a" holid.iy'-on May __5tb.
Tho rain reniiiiiled-u&J,vye dwell'ut the
coast. i ' (       ,t    '
One of our_.stoiekcepers bus "the sign
''Piesb stnivvbciries two foi ji iiiuu't'-i"
ton his""storo.-t Jle "certiunly 1chargcs"a
very-high*piice, unless he means two
boxes for a quai'ior. , _ _>
Several' senior 'lacrosse boys' lui.o'
quiti the lielil, but Cheyne nnd'the
/o1 mighty Turn Old IV remtiiii Tirm, and
\v,ith what team they have om boys
will show Vancouver that Ihyy should
not be so'siuo about, becomiiig'cliaui;
pions ofiJ3v O.'    ���        ' T*    '
' 'On May 24th two ltoyul'city baseball, tennis lelt;,one for Jhirrisonr to
bbowithe Cbilliw.ick boys sonic tiicks,
iind anotlier, to try conclusions with
tho Naniiimo "fans.". An inteiinediats
lacrosse teifni' also'' went 'io,tho'Jilack
JJi.unond Oily to* teach the Nanai.uo
boy*^ how lo "handle ltliors>tiok. J.ust
je.ir the local senior lacrosse tea in" beat
Nanainio by 25 to 0, so thu intermediates ought,-lo havot sonic chancejot
success.     - .'- -   *' -    -
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
���  I;or Coughs, Colds, Croap and' Whoop,
iug Cough, ,1'rice 25 cents; large size'50c.
���   '    1       ' '<��� ~T~  '" ,  '
Chamberlain's   CgHc, Cholera,
5. ' and Diarrhoea Remedy.     "
' Toi Bowel Complaints.   Price 35 cents.
,     '     .' ' ,      L_ ',.. . J     '"f
Chamberlain's Pain ' Calm.', /
' An iintiseplic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, lhuist's, Sniaiiihand Rheuiua-
lisin1.'   rHcc; 25 cenL', iiugesi/.e 50'cents.
',Chamberlain's Stomach and"
Liver Tablets'. '   '    7 ,-'
I'or   Disorders,of llie Stomach, Liver
p.ud llovvcls., Price 25'ccnts. ' '
Spring and Summer Suitings.
;  ' j We have. 011 hand a complete stock of WboH-ns 'nnd  Tailor's Trim- , ,,,'
ininccs und vvill make up Suits in lirst'class style to suit purchaser.   .    ' '"     '
Give u=s, a  trial and we will assist you to complete your dress in an'
tiitistic'and iip-to-dnte iiiiimiei-. ,       , '    < V  '     V
'   f tailor; ,\';
CSR'ADUATK Oh' NI5W YOItlv'S CUTTING SCIJOOh*- ,'9 " '   ' '
Everyone of these preparations
is guaranteed ?.ndjf 11 o't fully sat��
isfactory to the," purchaser ��� the
money will he refunded. ,    '    " .
��� i'
Over' Kootenay  Mail. Office
'       ' '.'    "      '\ 1 *' LIMITED.    a
1 ���'   ', "mining brokers and fiscal agents.' ,;-" v;
1  ' ������ P { 7    <  " ,?     '���     <���       7 t ,1    . , ." .     ' '
,r XVy lui-nisli''reports on all kinds of nii'lallifeioiis mines nnd 'prospects'    > ' .<
P' Lowest, ii'iiiiliitioiis on'lisli'd anil unlisted milling slocks.     ���    '
'  '"     '',      i,    '        -' .   j*-i -       7'pit ; f
V"  n    ' ,'/' OPKICIAh 13HOICKUSJ KOR.TIIIO '   '       ���        "     "    ���
Calumet &1 British Columbia..Gold Mines Ltd
��� ' > '     .      . W      ,      �� ���        .    , i       1     " ni
1''     7'-   *" NO^.-PHHSONAL LIABILITY.  "(IflyA MINI5.)' *,    -   -    7
UULUTdl, Minn.',
,P'      1       y     .     *   vi
<    ^liLSONrB. C. .  ,
' CAM130RNR J3. C.
' i
���. Pleasant Cure for Week Lungs.
, 'J'liu Lost !i i_-.iiei.ly for sore, weak
11111 jjfs-, is the siioLliinjr vapor ot CJ.it.iri--
hoziine which tinvei-s.es every ,*iir cell
anil passage ot lhe. l.ri-,-.tlim*j',<-iy.in.-,.
Jt n*i.*iits, reyi_ot_e ji_,;i U r tjiat ,UMiu;h
nnxtiiies ,inilJ spi<iy-* c,in'iV,i|)pr*o,K li,'
and kills tlioiis.inds, nf ^eriiis1 al. every
Ineath.'j-C.ilarrho/.oii': drives away
p.un, eongcsLinn and i111fl.1111t11.ition,
it makes lueallimn" easy and 1 e{_fiil,ir,
anil uxuit-,1 marvelous inlluence on
Coughs, Colds, Son* Thlual, ijron-
ehilis, Uatiirili, Deafness,' 11 nil ���.'Lim^
Tioulilt*. Catiin hozone cures'.it unci',
is doli^htful to inliiile.and simple to use.
Price yi.00; siiull 2oc. JDru^isls, or
IJolson & C!o., Kingston, Oni.
JDu. JI.v.mii.tu.v's PiliA  cui.-i-:   Cu.v-
Learn "By: Mail vv;
,     "   ,  .   -���       '      p      ��� "''-��
' \"( CPitman's 'Business Courses
%;   "' are known "all \ovep xt!ie
'' Wj?'..    " ''
��� ���, ~ y '   xii    ^      ���   1
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Full cAursc^froiii Ten" Dollars.
1 \>yp    ri\' ^     '     , "    -,  ;   v'   fj
'hc-.bcsi-'Wtty lq���gct "K'l^lo'-yyV,v'    |
printer's iiiU.r   .        .   ���   <      *"'; ��� ,i \
~ 7 Have your printing ;pf' the'"1
-" best. *J - ^ 7 7 u-' _:.'lyj", 7 ' ^- '���
7 Tliat' helps .advertise',; your""'
business ;incl "Ibrings. tKccrisli!"'
.---' Send out advertising "circu-"*""
; lars or leafle'ts with' q^vcry'parcel''
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The best results are _>'bi
Pitman's' Business College.1
OjipusiU'  IIoLi'l V.iiiuouvoi'       " /
The C. P. It. will erect a $300,000
hotel at Victoria piovidcd a site and
free water arc given by city.
Extensive improvements are lo be
made at( North Bend, inducible new
lo'iinir-hoiist* �� -11111" two turn-tubics
About 14 bouses aro to bo moved to
make room.
The dominion "������jovt-i mneut  has decided to   leliiso   .1   hind ,ginnt   to   tho
iny   woniU-r'O-walil w.is iCr.nnl Trunk P.toific.'.ind -if   lin.incia
inuuiry   "U'lieil (I'd vou , aid 1- iiivjn   it, will   be   -mall, thou
Bakep and; Confeetioner
lias opened lii- nevv   bakery on"'
Mc'ICiMizie avenue   and - trusts    '
tlintliN past experieni'i-in Ihe  '
,     city   vvill   inei'it^a I.iii- share  of
public patronage.
��� ______ s
Home-Made Bread a Specialty,
iny" to lh<_'
hJ 1
'qrclers for
���7      /- *   ���
K00TENAY_. MAI L, ��� Revelstoke. t
7 1       ,'       J -,1        !  l        .        t       {        vj ,  (
f it,   -).   v>.   Si.   ih   iy   ih   *h   >*v,'y    i7    *!;*'�����*/>>��*   **���   *��   rfji   *   'h    &   *h   J* wjif,ij.   ft   si   ii   ir *-��**       j"     ^ J^
r '      v i *    r,    * 1
It, should   be ('���n.-.yj.ror, people who drink   deliciou*-
Tt-u to sny'sjiiiii'lliiiipf' I bat,will induce their frioni
us   Blue Hibboir
uls t'ii try it. * ���
concoct licit ctoiy'*-"    Xubody ii;.idui_r'--si; W'ilfnd Lnuiier   favois
the evidence vvill  behe-.x-   tbe   -nny to ' ���'!���: bond-  und^  taking   Ins
lie other   than   a   concoction  and it i-' on tho ro id
anyt'niiii: but creditable to Sir Thomas
i-hiuinhnessv that be  should bavi- e:i-'     ...       .     ,
dorsed   it   after   J.avin-   *r.   PM.nV.iclv I... Mi-Unii". lain-   htomacl,
Jost What You Need.
it   alter  mivii)..;  *o  e^t,nVitK���|.,.Yl",."",""^"":   ���������?(<"''-'"'''   -lll(1,    ���^'l''
.   ,    ,     , �� ii,'  ' Ial)li-t-are 111-t vv hat you   need    when
stated   the   company    ���r;ver   bad   tl.e . ,������,,,{,,.,L,.d. when ynu3lMV,t ���o.,ppetite
nd f���-1 dull ultci-   eating   and    wake
dec<l��.    As  3Ir. McC.ml    one   of   tbe
counsel engaged in iin* cn-i*. rrmnrk.d
'���Jf   that   iv,1.-   the    -ort    f,I    i-eopl-j j:,
cliaic,e   of   the   C.  P.  It.    j,o!k-v    and
honoi, be would not e.ue to be.i .-li.ivi-
1 holder   in   the   ("rnu's .Vi-t J\��-i 0...1
1 Comp.iny if  dependi nt   oil   tie jciiur
1 of tlie C J". Jf   to   '*.ir,-v   otira-rriVtlv
1 moi.il I'bbg.iuoh.'" l
, ��� nir    'l'lioina-'s
up w ith ,1 bad t..i-le in Vour moiitli.
They will improve your appelile,
(���leal)-,- anil uivi<ri>i,it.* v.ur -li.ii.iull
and give ynii.h leli-h tor yom- food.
Fl)l-S,lle bvl.ill tluigiti-t-.
piovei^ li\ bi- "urinal -.t.iH nn-nt Ihil
la li.nl in vei ln-.iitl .linjiit T,i;,l' r -
scheme and jnoposed i-oii'j.iiny to take
ovei the I mils. ,1 statement in* had to
letiaet on lion. Col l'i 101 n muni iug
bun !,e had discu-scd the miittci vv ith
Tbe invstigation b.is done mueh to
open the eves   of   tin    people   lo   th"
uiiir-li.ti.ility      was i VaixiiiiM r, !���{.<,rt-
li.rt.il.,   I'ttent   atlf'iliey.
n   *--ll' il
I   V .   foi
\ r'nn.i'ti ic \, iu i.t  b.i-   bi
, t" 'I ,   II    If lAIld, of    liane I
1.111 imji-ovi .1 - nv libng 1 l.uiij- wbi' h I
in .iddiiioii i, , I' im nt-" ..h/'-h p, 1 n.it ,
, of lapni >'!aiii],,ijg ;uni ii !'��� 1-1 , 1- pio-
i vidid al-o iv Ul- i .-nri'l *_uiil<-<l and '
!-pium; <'inuolli d -iitin*.' pun. li -hd-
I able in , .1 ^11 .i\> .O'Aiz tbe I - tm t |
1 Iiieitil ��� 1  of   lie     el.iJiip.   !'->    wlil'h  till
'^" 7
^'^Twenty-live  cash  ]iii*/,es  will
"'   .   p-   y.  ���..*
("awarded  in   ordrr ul" ineril, lo
J bo-e sending in.t lie best, advei tiseineiif-,fo'r   Illue   Kibbon  'IV,
f 1 ,V. ". p       7:   -    ^    ,   -
^First"Prize. V.'v.'.C. py.-.". 7 .^$200.00'
Second, Prized...: 7.7..... 7p '100.00
Third' Prize.. -.'" 1..'.-.......!' 40.00
4th to 43th'Prizes, $10'each. 100.00'
14th to 25th Prizes,,$5 each'.   60.00
���     1st.    No   pi ofes-ioiiiil   ad. wi iter, nor any om- coniii'cled   din-clly nr
indirectly with the Oluedtibbon Tea Co. iniiy coinpele.      L
. "2nd.    Aclveitisoinents  must  not   contain   nioie  than 50 words, and
"ir shelter one^ are pi   l'"r,ible.       >
������ each .-id.
Compel itens slion'.l be c-.ii ef.il to write nunie ;md .-iddfe-s plainly on   yS
|fgs ���
i" .^ ���
Hrd.    Cut,  tin-   labels   oil   lb"
will) each but cb of advei I i-i-ni"iil
lib. The tompplilinn elo-es Jim" 1. lDO!., and a
tiseinenls mu-t leach one ol I In- following .uldi-Hs
K  ol   the packet'and ,'iiclo-e I hem
eoinpi-l ing fitlver-
.> on 1.1 before (hut.
Blue Ribbon
Blue Ribbon
Ulue yRibbon
Fea  Co., Winnipeg, Man.
fea Co., Toronto, Ont.
Fea Co., Vancouver, Ij. C.
'than   one  of   Ihe   main
weekly  and  aflerwaids
A movement i- on foot to nluce
the tariff- of ex pro.-.- companies
under control of the railway coin-
nii-.-ion. Quite right too. Wliy
sbould an e.xpre.-s c-oinpany, any
more limn a rail way company, be
allowed to lew oxces.-ive rales?
Sir Tho-. Sluiuglmcssy , says be
will apply m the Dominion government to ili-al)ow tbe bill passed
cancelling the land grunt.-. Sir
Thomas may a1- vveil save himself
the trouble. A gross vvrontr vva-
dorie in issuing these grants in the
first plane, and   the   dominion gov-
The evidence taken in tin: land
grunt invr.-tigulion, while contradicted in some point- l.y diffoioiil
wit ne.���i-, establi-hed tlie.-o fjicls:
The 0. I'. It. kept. (",. McL. lirown
a.- political agent nl Victoria and
il vv:is his business to do up the
province. When I he 'i uni"r ministry un- in power this agent induced
them lo agree lo give the C. I'. It.
two largo blocks of con I and oil
land- in En.-l Knolenny lo which
the coin puny hud no right, whatever.
When   the   Hemlin-Colliii'i   govern-
method-*-adopted   t"   stral   tlie   public   tictb ul"   u.   -a ,v   may    1"     l,i|iidly and
e-t.ite.    ('. P   I,    .\<rent   Brown   diew ; uniformly -'t
up order���iii-cotincil    bill-,   n-.d   tin. ���~P~777.    '. "
���/oveiiiment   pnntintr   ollice  to  put,�� Wonderful!otiic andStrengthener'
the-o    in    type,   pie-cnt.-d     them   to'     s.iid .i di ugi:i-t lo day.    -No   dotiliU
nimi-tt-i- for   assent,   even   got a ine-- , about it, the io me I hat. give-  llie   be-l !
l'<iii'.->-    A pi mi-.
I -,i |i-.
I'nriii'iiti'i- ,V[iii,ii-,
VV.iil'-r-.' Aliii.n-i,
I'.UIlll'l-,' .111,1   I'lll-ll !������
�����<--.- (>VC*J<llt-.
,11,1,-1. inuv   Clul.,
MulUiii iu* I'niil-,
'liir|i,iiilin-<.   .
Iniiuiiii-i- l',,i^-
Ilnrv Miiiikt I-,
Ktu.il! . elr.
Dili nil-,
lleiiiiil l-.inl',
'I'n eiii I'uui-.
I "ll'iii uii- I'uil-,
.lllllll'l Is,
I ii-^,III i i -    lacl.i 1-.
VV .nlei-,* .Ini l.i I-,
I! o lii'i- ,l,u Uii-,
(iiu^liiilii .laokel-,
Ml--l"*i rl.oini 1 I n
ernment dare nr.t    jierpetufUe Hint! "���'*�����'��� f-'iiirn- into power the ileal was
wrong !bv   defying   the   will of Ihr-1 knofkoil   on   the bead.    Tbe iJuns-
people'  and
Col un. I'in.
|.'ci.--l.-it:.ri-   of   llrilisb
Itevelstoke i.-> largely interested
in mining, being in liie heart of
two of the most promising ruining
camp.- in lhe province. Big Henri
and L'irdcaii. ? (.renter interest
should therefore  he  taken  in  the
intiir ministry, which followed, in
eluded lions. ICberts and Turner,
two.' members of the government
which made the original promise of
llies-u binds to the (.. P. li. On reluming to power Ihese ministers
sought to make good their former
promises. Tho administration of
ho land was   not  in  their depart**
-age tioni lhe govei noi retraidipg a
bill the cib.net had never -eon, attended cabinet meetings and u-i (I
language for which be -liould hu.<*
been banded uui to the p,.|iee
Whatever      Pieinier        I>uti-niii.r'-
faults vv.-ie,   he   stood   for   the   p.jblic
interest in e.ineeiling the giant- wb, it
he became au.iie ol th" nieuni-t inr c-
Ilr was suppoiti-d   by   all   the e.ibuier
e.veepting lion. I). ,M. lObeir-   vv lir, hid
hum the   I'u-t,   Iind    to    eiigmei i the
deal.    Hon. J   I)   Pientiee   tliii-iilr-nifl
to resign mile-" the deeds were cancelled, nnd Ifoti. W. C. Wells stood to bi-j
guns right through,   lefnsing   to lined
over the deeds to , tlie   (',. I'. I!    except
on Lei-ills' which l.hey would n'of,accept,.
When   it   i.s   rememhered   Iiiui, I'm* a.
Lime Mr. Wells had   to   light niaelun-
afioiiH of   Lhe .most   powerful comiiMi-
iition in   Canada,   and  .fought   Lliein
.single-handed   and   successfully,   Unpeople want, no   better   evidence of bis
integrity   and    loyally    to    the   w.n-
.sliliienl.-* who sent  him to parliament..
(',. P. I,'. ollicials. have   done   all   they
could to  li.-.sinireb   him,   us   they  will
any man who stands   against them in
result-!-��� lb'-bigi,;..vt m-llcr, ...ifl lh.it i-, j
IVno/one.     Ii    "in icbe-   and   piuille-J
the l.lood, k-l"i e--tiengh u.il eii.igy,
to the h-cl'le, ai;rl i-a -cu-iil ilb    ietoii-|
-tr,K lor tii.it vv.t-,ilv. ,iy->  popn'.i!.    In
( hloio-i-,   /\ ii "-ni],i,   TiM'dni*- ,    L.iu-
troui,     I'inii)    l*'.ig,      I nrlige-Iion   and
IH--p"l'-l i ll- ,��'' t"l.     I-    p.oiupi.    .("il
-,il i-lni lor v (im-   al.v.n     fnll'iw.     "i'i-
I I,'( omiiji'-imI !���./i o/ole-   lo    ijiV    ( U-I-
oiiici-i be'.in-..- I   bthei.-^il   i-    lie-    he-1
toni,  ..nil -In i.glle iiing iriedn Hie   lli.-t
money   ,,,l|     imv. 1,11/1       In, v..   I     ( ie I
l.-t.lllll-lll ll   Islil.      IllCOnilll.llUll   I'lll.'.
w.ik i��,ii-i -, vviiaif .--(i.i-i
v.!'i'n), i Hist.on .-ii"i,
VHTOItl.A, II, (I.
,     .-.th.    No one pel son -ball be awarded innr
pri/.es, but i he .-,iiui",idv erli-einents may win
ii main pi r/.e. - ,
1       (ith.    In (use ol a lie, decision   will   lie  b,i-ed  on  all   the  ndvert i-e-
nienl.s submitted by I be. coinpeLitor, iu <]iiesl ion.   ��    ,
Mi*. II. M. 10. I-_v.il.-, of lhe '-Winnipeg Ti-legrain, lias kindly enn-
seiited to judge I he advei'ti-enienls aim\ award I he pi i*/.es.
All ndvei li-i'inenls that tail lo win a pri/.e, but which are good
eiiiiiiirb In In- accepted feu* publication vv ill be paid for at, the lute of
$1.Ull each. . ' ^
1,'ule���- e.xpiT-sly reipir'.-ieil to t he ronlruiy, vve vvill consiiler nui-
selvi's ill liberty to publish I lie mimes of pri/.e vvinueis.
A good udveiiiscini'iil, -h.nild be truthful aud contain an id*a
7y hi iglilly and foi cibly expi i;���ed. A bona lide signed lettei with nditi es-*
j,v_, ,-unl il.ile it om i ui i' who hn-. tested the lea i-.ii good form. An ,ul verti-r-
.'. menl lor an iirlicb' of food should not nssocfafe with it, even by contrnsl,
fjT any iiuple.i-iinl. idea. The be-l, ndvei tisement is llie one Hint, will induce
the most people lo try Ihe article ndvrrl ised. '
Seek your inspiration in a cup" of Blue
.Ribbon Tea and the money is yours.
'n-t'u rtt;tn ���nrnti"
r Selvtyto
Bricklayer and Stonemason
1*   O   l!,K  I'll
nr.vm.MMKt;, n. <-.
Kootenay Loclpce i
No. 15A.F. 6c A.M. [
Th'1 r,.|.!iilM.i-iii ..f-1 inj.'*' i
,-ir,. h'-lil in Liiii  Mii.i-i
/&3^i7p4A       eiii'iT'-i,,,,!.-. Ilf,..r.i
'-yy-m^iy&, '*my ���.---!'."���������
fill    III':
;M ii nil ii y    iii
''..Kill !
"^y^y.yyy'.y^j-''  v'Mitini<  Lruninm
'-���^���^��� *'��� ���'��� I'DriM-illy _-, flf-uiii'-il.
All In.'-i of ,Mu i,r. ���vr,i tr mill, rt.it, n.
I* tiniat' t ^h.-ii foi l.hilihnKh, i'lr,
0|,t,,,,i|,- l'.'.|.lr..|l  Ilotiil, .ireveNlnke.
I.iilb.'  nurl    (Irneriil  Machine   Woik
I'lonipll.V     rixeriiled.
[, VI lulUpV.tnl,^ S-,,.,1       "J^i-
^lnlii"ml.ont���(t ,,cf o ,{,?.*.-.-.    WI
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Is What People Believe of
MVVIUrS JB-, 201.310
EASI lill) MR||.r; IOUI<
I htir.uvrtr,!/,* umiuau
Now is tbe time to sell  houses
and lots.
buyers, look up the  Kootenay
Mail for investments.
Put   your   house   or lot ads in
our advertising columns.
Sure results.
II. OOl.'liON'. .Skcuktai*.'.
SI-I.KIRK LODGE. NO. 12. I. O. O. F.
,VIi...:ls..!V....y Tiii'SiJnv
iivcnliiK I" .Siilklrk
Hull III. K (Mllnck.
VlHil.iiiK l.rii.'liriin cm-
itlally   liivll.oil   In   nl.-
defence ef  the  rights of  the people.'��� ,i. ou'i'MKTT, N.u, J. MA't'iii!���;. Skc.
KAbSOMININO   i.)(.),\i-:.
Ordei's receive pi'ompl  at lent ion.
Second stn-et,       -       J110 V K L-STO K K
Wholesale and RetaiL
��� tr '
..  .'.' .   Meat Merchants.
Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:
<=^^&-''Calgary, Alberta
ii rt  '      Ml  .  li   v  . -  I-  ft*  v  * ->  j?-    -  ���������  J   1  ���������=r*f  ,    .AS.  'i   -  - 7 .���������  -    v."       ,   I,  ���������<������! v "    '  i  t, >'(  *��������� -I,,  i  ��������� ' ,4'  SUPPLEMENT* TO  i  '*��������� v  ff,  -.J-.',.  \ty~-  t "i  Si    ,.-, ,1  ?y*<- ��������� -  [_������ __ ,_  ^VALEDICTORY  'i f   ^  '     V    '|ij , '    '.       ,-���������       ���������    ,   r  1    To' J. Dorrance ,on L LeavingV for  7   7* (' 7\  "Revelstoke.     -.     ���������, v'\  ,^ vv,Vr rJ. Doirance, who leccntly ariived in  ',    '7 , , .Revelstoko to  start business as tailor  /   "   "nnd   clothier,"  comes   highly j-econi-  ������        y mended by  leading   Australian   nicr-  > ' chants. -Several 'relatives'rwill piob-  ���������  -'< V", ably"?join biin here.   Before leaving ho  i���������i '   wasOilso^tcndeied ay,v.iledictory���������the  ' -,,'following leport,6f which is taken fiom  i "the Bunbury Herald:���������?    ' tf  ''     "        '-A fn'iew'ell social and dunce was ten-  7"1      defed td"Bio~J. Doiinnce  by the A. 0.  . ���������   <��������� '^Foresters on Wednesday evening  lust  ' -{_ < in the Masonic Hull on   the   occnsion  7- of bis departure to England and thencs  - - :o America.c-^Mi\ Doiance's reason for  7 _*{ leaving   Bunbury   is   on. account   of  ��������� r 7 ' inditt'eiei'it health,   and   aftih /it "tics*-  _ "*,'      idencVhere*extending'over seven yens  .lie bus made   many,, l'iidicls.1*'"Since  lu's-iiiceptioii |in the Foiesteis ��������� he, has  held the positions of* District   Beadle  an'd. Past 4  Chief-- Ranger.   Diiifng  , the" evening, 'dnnciiig,-ivas   indulged  in, and although the night was Vathci  ���������warm -^iiboiit- foi ty"' ."couples *trip~ped  . * L>   "    thedight fantastic, songs   being   ren-  \   *     deied nt intervals by. Mtcssis Williams,  Atkins, W.E..Sniith, and a recitation  -.    .-   <    by Bio. Doinuice."  ^"<*       "'-At9   30   the   Mayor -(Bro.   X .1.  "u     Moore)-was called on to make  a   pres  > i lent.ition of a handsome ForesterCh.u in  to Bro. JDorance. which.has the follow-  ' ing inscription engnived on it ���������"Pie-  sentcd to P,.' C It.   Bio.   J    i.oiancc,  ,,   ' life bon.   member' Comt Wellington,  -     r,      No. S253. for services v lendercd     February 4,   1903."   In   picscntiug   the  charm, the M.iyoi' said   it   gave   linn  1 gieat pleasure,1 on behalf-of   Bunhiny  '-     Court   in   making   the * piesciHation  us a slight iccognition of the   sei vices  1 Bio.   Dormice had-, lendoicd    to   the  i oider, of which Bro Doiunee had been  t    i twice appointed   Chief   Ranger,    lie  , hoped that   Bio.   Doiunce,   wherever  (      he might be, would cany, happy   10-  -��������� collections of the timey he* had   spent  amongst  them.    At   the   same   tune  ,    - the town would   feel   ,i   distinct - loss  ��������� by   bis    alienee���������especially in   spoils  . lie (the Mayor)   hud   been   personally  indebted on many occasions   to   I3io  Dormice's assistance. List   being   only  n few days ago, on the occasion of  the  - > Military C.univiil, when Bio.  Doiunce  had given two or thiee days of bis  time in helping them In picscuting  the charm he hoped Bro. Doiance  would not value itso'iniich for its in-  , tiinsic value ns the kindly feeling  with which it was tendered. (Applause.) " lie hoped Bio. Dormice would  soon leturii to Bunbury. At the conclusion of the speech"-For he's a jolly  good fellow." wus heartily =img.  "Bro. Dormice, in rcsponding.said he  did not know how to express  his feel-  ,    , _> w   .    . ,, ,,,       ,  ings.^'When he made up-his mind.  some few weeks ago, to leave Bunbury,  he neve'i though that,-, he was to bo  tendeied such a reception. The Mnyoi  -bad spoken of the wojrk heJiad^.done  birfhe didnot tliiiikThe wus so 'deserving of such 'praise; at thesuhie time  he believed,in'doing all he could j.to  leave a town better 'than he ���������.found  'it., (Applause.) When be Iirst' joined  nCoiut Wellington lie was * No. 31 on  the roll-call, and the ^average atten-!  dunce nine He,,with son e' two or  th ice'others-said -'Thisi will nevei  do," and they Inid'set to work to devise so'ine means of ineicusing.the ri 11-  ciill Later on'lie?" had the ��������� honor of  being iniidc Chief'Hanger, and dining,  his term ofpllice'lie bad the pleasure  iniiiitiatihg, no J lesst fifty membeis  ancl fiom tha't time the thhd luigcst  court of the order in- this state  (Applause) , > Tn concluding,'L Bro.  ^'oi.tncc'thanked ythe"'Mayoi for*.his  reniiuks in ',icg.ud to spoit, saying  he'had tried to help evciyone so far as  lay in,Iiis power, and , the" leception  ho'h.id lecoived tliat evening hud fully  repaid hiin'for, anv- scivices^ he- had  1        I ������   ���������     r        " t i V i    -  lendeicd." *, -   r ^" v , 7>������.  . - MW BUILDINGS.e   *  ',        O- , c -  'i ���������^~  The bouse being elected on Fourfclii  stieet by Ernest Adair'for Mrs Lee  covcis a giound s)jnce of 20x30 ft with  wing of &i\-lect. O.s the giound floor  are p.ulor, diiiing-ioom. kitchen, hall  and pantry, and on the upper floor  ure live hcd-iqonis  ID JMcCmthy is getting out plans for  a new stoio to be built lor Messrs Mc-  Doiiiild iind Mon lei th opposite Union  Hotel, ut coiner of First'stieet and  Connaught iivonuc. The' building  will be, 75 ft long by 2S ft wide, and  will hnve n basement 2S\38 ft. Tend-  eis aie invited in this issue  ir      , '      <t'  TNE MINES.  J. D Sibb.ild eaniein'fioni the Bend  yesterday. On Thinsday with two  otheis he took .out $70 of gold in  S bonis ; on the Kevelstoke and Mc-  .Culloch Cieek Hydraulic company's  piopoity. Work, is being rushed for  installation of the lndiuuhc plant.  Perry Leake, M. E. being engaged on  it. - Mr. Sihbiild has got his tiinbei up  pmt of the pipe rivited and reckons to  hnve the giant running by July 1st.  The fourth pnymenton the bond on  the Canihoino gioup'on Fish cieek was  made on Tuesday in Xelson by the  Northwostein Development Syndicate  to A. F. Kosenberger, amounting to  $22,000. The payment wu<* not -due  till June 1st. The next and final payment on the pioperty will be due in  December.  THE STRIKE  r The compmiylis iiowjtnportiiig-fibm-,  Japan coal foi   steamers  and  engines..'  limning between , Viincouvoi.iiiid Revelstoke. x   i    7 ><.    ' '      ' *<  '   Cupt.fi.Tio'up   bus. -iufoimcd   Geii/~  [Stipt. JM.irpolescamcii are witbdiawing  fiom B C. Steanishipnieh's Unionfa'nd  Returning to comp,iny'sjsci vice. ��������� 7J     ,  It is stated Sir  Tlios., Shaughiiessyl  pidmised several legislators to take"iip  the sti ike  with 'Gen    Supt.  Mnrpolc-,  with a view, to settlement." '   ,',',,   ",  The"Ti.idcs 'aiid   Labor   Councils  .fi'om \\" i n ni peg-to Vancouver are con-y  sulei ing steps-to  decl.iic  C P. R. un- ,  f.ur'and boycott - the road  against, all  union laboi       "r   l      \ ,  ^1  r-  7  i     ti  S. S. REVELSTOKE:  PS  7'  7..t''i  i ������  ,i Passenger List,  _ Fiom Rovtjlstbke, May 26th:���������    ,     ,  Lnl'oac��������� W. W Gicer, Dave Hum'el,-  Fied-Tcssicr-'Ed^Puirci-r H. Mooi"oplP  Millei, H. G. G.unci,-D. McConell, E.  M. Cioley, Ed.'Adan, ,1. A. D.irriigli.^  Cmncs   Cieek .��������� John   Dycic,' B.  Woods, C. Donald 'L  Downic Cieek���������J. 1.-Woochow,,.F.  B. .Wells, P. C. Ciotty, J. 0. Bradley.  Peteison's   Ranch ��������� J.   C.   Montgomery. ^ ,  Return to Revelstoke:��������� *'  Gus Lund and II  A. Morn's, Rocky  Point.  Jf. Hyatt, Cm nes Cieek..  P  ���������p  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  k. or i*.  On Wednesday the following ofliccrs  weie elected for Gold Range lodge for  ensuing term. C. C , R. Loyst; V. C.,'  B. llowcj'I'ielatc, G. H Brock; M. 'of  W., P. Ainslev; K of R & S., R.t  Douglas; M. of F, II. A. Brown; M. of  E., E. Bunidge; M. at A., E. Paget; 1.  G, B. A. Lawson; O.G., J. ,W. Bennett.       > r  INDUSTRIAL NOTES.  _Moscrop Bios, are getting a high  leputation us niaiiufactmeis of acctj'-  Iene gus plants. This week they  lcceivod nn Older for a gas plant foi  the Coionntion Hotel at Salmon Arm  mid also for J. K. Robinson, of Peach-  l.mil, Oknnagan valley. The firm is  making a specialty'of giis and elcctne  lighting.  Get your Job Printing done at the  Mail Ollice. TJEffi KOOTENAY,TMAIL"  ,,7:.y  ',    J,  :,-������;-:  CORRESPONDENCE  7      'lhe C.P.B.  - lid i tor Korn ex.vv M.vn..  ,  ���������i  ' ' Sir,���������1   read   the   letter   signed  "Fair Play" in' your las't issue with  'great interest.    His remarks r.cfc'r-'  ���������ring lo the patriotic motives of 'the  ' pioneers of  r.ailroad transportation  in Canada were of  special interest.  .', I do not consider~that he has done  I hem justice. The people of Canada  have  already' paid , three   million  '    dollars over and   above  the actual  - cost of the permanent way, rolling  slock, etc., and   J   think the least a  grateful public   could   do lo show  their appreciation of the patriotism  of those railway-' pioneers is to put  up a ,-tatue   to   each   one   on, Ml.  Stephen and s;end   an   order lo "St.  -,  I'otor'M.}'    '  of   misfit  '   'wilh.' '��������� '  1 also, like " Fair I'lay,'"believe  , iu keeping out'foreign agitators.     I  think lhe sooner we march foreigner.*, like Mai-polo and MoNicoll over  ' , the border" and'put   Canadians , in  '   authority the-'belter   it. will be for  Canada.      '  His remarks iinent pulling work-  ingmen'on boards of arbitration are  ,'' very much   to ,the point.   ,A vvork-  - ilignum by   the" very  nature of his  ���������   occupation,   is    .nothing     but   an  "ignorant brute led   by his passions  .and stomach. 'J would .not, adyo.  cute allowing even" members .of the  : "\i. I,, 10., 15. P. T.. or 0. li. T. lo sit  on hoards of arbitration   although,  inardbnigran/for a hunch  halos   to   decorate them  to protect worldngmen'in'the right  to organize.      - "."','  That the divers organisations in  the Revelstoke shops are guilty of  selfishness1,'(alias conservatism) is  very generally admitted by the  more, progressive unionists. t It is  claimed that the men who are'taking the strikers' places in the shops  are not "scabs," and' naturally the  i[iiestion arises what i.s the meaning of the "term "scab.'". Union  men in general, agree that if means  one wlio takes' a- striker's place.  Then, if so, in what other category  can these men' who .are taking the  places 'of striking shopmen be  placed? ,  Coming lo the most eloquent  climax ,.of this extremely brilliant  letter, J would bog to' refer Fair  Play t'o members of the different  unions having 'schedules with the  C. P. R. for,information as to the  company's generosity(?) .and 1  believe he will find that it is only  after a more or. less protracted  struggle that their schedules'havc  been agreed to.-. ' ,  ���������' , ,1 am etc.,  'A   WoHI-CI.VIIMAN.',  '  Revelstoke,'].fay 22nd. * .  HEAVEN-DIRECTED  ,   ��������� *,    . ���������  A WelliKInown Citizen of Evertdn, Ont.,"Uses  PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND  Brought' Back To Perfect Health From What Promised To  ���������   a Fatal Termination.  Fine Upholstered Furniture.  One Order Is'Wanted.  Komi::..ii M.vn.: '  ,Sir,���������I see   by   your  as "Fair Play',' says,   "they may  wish  to say that  lv   constituted  he  educated to a certain' ex ten I;" that  extent'must  of  necessity  be   very  limited as tliey  are, only working-,  inen and cannot know what is good  Tor them.   , A  board   of   arbitration  I       should   consist  of   lawyers,  .-hnre-  iQ"   holders, etc., who   never  did' any  -useful work in   their lives.    Those  'arc the class'of men most competent  lo judge as  to, what  is goocHora  common workingma'n.  i,     In conclu.-ion  I   Ihink ''all    proper .  unions should  'do   all   they can'to  keep their   members 'in   subjection  , iind   see   that  they   do   not  try to  'obtain more lhanovbat the C. P. liy  "in its love   of  justice  and   generosity" is willing, to  allow   them to  (���������havo.' -    * . - ,; -       .,.'',  ������ , <., '' j am etc., *,  * '.        '   -Falimit Play.,  " ''P. S.���������I think $1.10 per. day is,a  fair wage for a workingman as 1  "cannot''sec -"-wliy'-a workingman  .-houldVant his wife ancl children  'to be well fed ���������and dressed., -,  F. P.  Revelstoke, May "22nd.       ���������  '    Wake Up Ye Workers.  Lditnr Kixhun.vv Mmi.:  Sir.���������1 feel sure that  people  wili<.rend   with  hum lelli-r a|,'penring  ni   hist   week.    Heing  thoughtful  disgust t.be  in vuttr is.-ue  ignorant "I  i'liir Pl.i\'.- identity.L am iinalilc In  say whether he L- endeavoring to  ituzruiinte himself with his eni-  plovors (which appear.- possible)  ",��������� being himself an employer or  ollicial of a corporation, is'in--piied  ingive intern nee to views which are  palpably uniu.-t. Hut 1 'trust bis  letter will 'open the eyes of my  fi-llow workingmen. :is it has opened  mine, to many facts which we hnve  us- yet but dimly realized.  1 shall pass over the-suggestion  Abut tlie business men who were  instrumental in getting this generously subsidized -road through  western'Canada were above any  mercenary consideration, for it is  au acknowledged fact -that business  schemes are widely divorced from  any philanthropic sentiments.  Willi ���������" regard to the mysterious  unknown's criticism of workingmen  lis being unlit lo sit on hoards* of  nrbitration, I consider this un unmerited insult. Prai.-e from .-ui-li a  source of Mr. Compers, Mr. Arthur,  iiud Mr. Clarke may well ''give its  praise." If-to be guilty ot coldblooded selfishness is In merit the  term conservative, heaven preserve  us from such suicidal conservatism.  As to so-called industrial unionism, one never beard of it until llie  giguntic combinations of capital  compelled workingmen to or.einize  on a lu'rger scale.  Fair I'biv'- hint as to the need  of new hi vv.- to restrict the effectiveness of labor unions is, food for  thought, nnd' Ibere is reason to  think that he is justified in believing thiit the dominion 'und provincial parliaments are faithful  watch-dogs of the great corporations of Canada. If any doubt  this I would refer them to Senator  Imugheed's hill to shut out alleged  foreign ugilnlors, and also Ihe defeat of   iMr. llnwthornlhwnitu's. bi  Ldiloi  last issue a  letter signed "Fair I'lay." -Referring to the present strike "ho refers  to the high standard of tho promoters  of-'the great corporation. 'That  gentleman has little knowledge of  the'-history 'of the organisation of  that corporation, for- when they  went to the old, country, they could  not raise one cent, until they returned and had their case brought  before our.then government. 'Then  think of it!' They came security  for their bonds.' '  ' Now, sir, where is the man's idea  wandering ,'wlicn he - says--"'thoy  should be .highly honored, when  they have^tricd to stop oilier highways being built because they know  very well that the' great surplus  which they are accumulating is the  earning of the people?. -No, I class  them "with, the'drones of the dominion, who are 'all ,the time  scheming how( to rob the people.  Tnke���������for instance our legislature.  At present it has' a- case which  proves to the public what benefit  this corporation is , if allowed to  carry'out its plans, i1 am sorry  this "gentleman' is so short-sightc\l.  He must-hold ai position connected^  to,the great, corporation,- and his  position is very near jin pn'd'whcn  the United Brotherhood gains the  day, for certainly they ' will, ancl  that before niany days." We people  in B. C. had an example- of what  the ollicials of the^road would do if  ���������tliey got tlieir way two years ago,  When lhe maintenance-of-way employees 'had their strike. Nothing  was loo low and menu for them,  but I will say they nie md all lhat  way. Some of- them aie gentlemen,  but those thiil ine Venilenion dn  uui net, advanced or' piomu'.eil.so  quick as llio.-e thai, will use all the  low. 'dirty .tricks and schemes In  down the working mail il" they can.  Bv the conglomeration of ideas litis  gentleman puis forth he i- one of  those or a subslilute for some ul*  them that bus Hotbrains enough to  colled his own ideas to publi-h  them.  He also  Why does  Because vve  ' Thousands nf estimable and prominent pi'iiple uninfluenced by newspaper- milieu or i vim the advice of  Irienil.-, have, in some Ileuven-dhected  vvnv used Paine's Celery Compound  iind saved themsi-lv.*.- from , snll'i'i'ing-*  and deiilb. q .  Would to Ili-aven that Ihe llioiisnnds  hiu'di'iied nnd oppies-*ed with physical  agonic.-, wt-iii ii-d, ilespondeill, .-lei-n-  Irs-and weak-in this mi.nth of May,  cinild In-ill- that mvsti'iioii'* wlii.-per,  "Miin! Woman! Pnine.'s Celery Compound will banish thy disease and  give until thee that perfect li.'.iltli  iind life, which lead to happiness and  content ment." ���������      ���������   i    ���������  Take courage alllieled one; though  phy-ici.ui- h.iye prnnniiiKcd you incurable let, us a-siiie you the virtues- ol  1'aine'.- Celery Con.pound will give yon  in as large a measure, the same blessed  results lhat weie experienced by iilr.T.*  who giale-  Simons, oT Jiverlon,   Out.,  fully writes a- follow-:- - ���������  I have , .-nll'ered from, nervousness,  rundown sy-lem and heail ' weak'net,*.  for a lull!; lime. Very often spell.-of  uncriiiseioii.-"iie������s would coine over ine,  nnd last, fur an hour or mm e each' lime.  When cmu-iou-nic.��������� lel.uriiod, I vvu.uld  lindinyself exhaust'tl and 'quite -irk  'nl. my sioinacl). J dueioi-eil long without any good result.--. I then happily  commenced wilh Paine'.- Celery' C'nin-  pniuid, nnd soon became a new imiii.  I am feeling splendid ju'st. now, aud as  strong ns evei before in my life, thanks  to youi'gieut medicine I advise all  sick people In use the great 'cniupiiiind  thai did  such  a   grand   wink   1'nr  inc.  II" you ure in need , fin-,- meilicil  advice, wiili" to C'liisull lug I'liy-ii i.ni'-  Dep.irt uienl. The Wells it Kiihai il.-iui  Co., Limited. Monti.m! Que. ���������' "All eiu*-  lespondeuce is sacredly confidential.  ; We, have an exceptional  stylish ranyc of Parlor Furniture���������all of which is upholstered by ourselves.  ��������� You can choose  cover when desired.  Samples mailed.  We   have   made  Furnishins. <i life study.  vou r-own  lome  Weiler Bros.  COMPLETE  FURNISHERS  Victoria, B. C.  R. is not "opposed to unions.'  Certainly not in the form' they are  at present: Goocl reason why? ,So  long as the corporation can keep  them separate they will, use such  men as tbe writer of' thisdetler to  light.for class, union.. But. brothers,  get into one, amalgamation as soon  as possible. 'It is much easier lo"  gather wilh five fingers than one,  and so long as the corporation can  keep tlie orders s'epainte, the longer  they can fight.a single order. Let  us-havc a united delegation to settle  all disputes.' ' ,' y  Jn conclusion he talks of Ihe  generosity- of- the company with  reference to .granting ' schedules.  Yes they have paid foreign spotters  and specials to try'and beat^out  the orders in every possible manner.  This wiis clearly proven two years  iigo in the best conducted strike  that ever was known by the people  of the dominion .and ,yct that  gentleman will find fault with an  order because they happen to have  an orator from some other clime.  Come'along. That is'the kettle  calling the.pot black.  ,   _       I am etc., ,-  -      'A Ci.osi*; Ohskhvkh.  Camborne, May 21st. ���������     .   <  HENRY'S NURSERIES  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Greenhouse and Hardy Plants , ���������  Roses, Rhododendrons, etc.  Tons of "Home Grown-and'Imported  Garden, "Field and Flower Seeds  _*��������� for Spring Plan ting.      ' '  .Complete Installations Our Specialty  , Finest Class of Machinery   . -,.   .  '.  ���������  "���������^^^^"���������^^^"^���������^������������������^i_������______  The Hinton Electric Co. Limited  VICTORIA,and VANCOUVER. ..-. '  E.:B. EDDY'S  CUT'FLOWBBS S.;X.,  refers    lo  be?     I   wi I  have   blood  tbe 'Semite.  I tell him.  now in our  Commons! that will not stand any  such rot as that corporation puis  forth. 0 *  lie says- "Well, if we cannot  come to an amicable settlement, a  royal commission may be appointed." Who appoints Ibis royal commission'.' It is our dominion representatives, not lhe sen:.le���������a body  thiit should be shelved us ipiiek  ns the people of the dominion can.  for Iheii own benelil, und for the  prosperity of our country. Down  with   such   needless   ollices.    Only  i-epresenliilives  are  and  A GUARANTEED CURE  Fop all Forms of Kidney Disease.  We the uiidi-r.-ign.-d Druggi.-ts are  fully prepared to. give the I'ollowing  gllii'l'iintec vvilii every 'fill i'.'lit, but I le  rl" 111*. IVl.lingillV Kidney-Worl. 'I'.il'-  . lei-*. I In- "iiiy remedy in I In- world lli.il  po.-ilivcly eiin-K all Irnubles arising  I'l-nii'i' weak kidneys: ���������  ��������� "iMiuieycheri'l'iilly return.'il if Ihe  siil'IVri'i- is not, relieved and iiupioved  al'l.i'i'   use of "lie linttle.    Tlli-ei'-tii  six  buttles i-ITi'i'i. u-lonishing und   |ier u-  I'lil, cures.    If nol. relieVi'd   and cured,  you waste no uu }'��������� !'  Canada Drug it Hook (.o..l..evclsli.l-e.  I!.(J.  .1. A. iMillei'iV-Ci.,   Kcv.'lsl.oke, II. C.  Walter Bews, Kevelstoke,  11.  C.  the     people  sullicient to  carry   our   laws  business to ii satisfactory end.  Again he stutes he did not approve of working men on boards of  arbitration. Certainly, he would  not allow working men a living  wage according to bis statements.  'I'es, be goes -on to praise certain  classes of the employes, and where  would their ability come off if they  had an inferior truck or a bad  trestle bridge? Why, sir, these are  iho superior men of the system,  which requires brains to do their  work; but my friend ignores that  class. ' lie is like a goocl many of  his kind or class. Tl appears to me  that gentleman has held out his  hand'behind bis back and certain  people mentioned filled il wilh a  good purse to write for lliem, acting  in a two-fold manner, or in an indirect way to mislead the other  orders from thinking that they  v ere (browing any slurs on them.  They get this poor simpleton lire  the balls.  'J'he other orders tiro well aware  they are working against us younger  orders. Why? Because they see  tlu-y are more likely to nniulgaoiate  into one order at no 'distant day  und then they will have to back  ibivvn from Ibeir high horse, and  eniiie on a? level with the men that  have the brains to arbitrate their  own.affairs without any assistance  from any such conservative tnon-  opolists us ure spoken of in his  loiter. Down with eonservulisin  for all time to come.  Again, the writer says  the C. 1'.  1    .    The-Post Office.-   ��������� ��������� -  Kdilr.r KoorcN.vv Mail:  Sir,���������rl beg to call your attention  lo what I consider'an act of. small-  ness ancl contemptible abuse^ of  ollicial privilege on the part of your  local post oflice .ollicial. You may  be awaie, sir, that in conducting  the business of so large and expensive ;i company ns my own it is  important flint letters be deliven-d  us pi nlllpl ly ;i- po-sible. Fur this  rea.-oii, mi Sunday evening I sent  my iusi-iii nt manager 'lu lhepn-i  ollice io n;k for letter.-, as sovciul  important ones expected had nut.,  arrived The official in charge wa-  sorting llie mail when be entered  and answeied the inquiry for  Jetters by the following strange remark: ���������'Have you a pass about yon  fur tomorrow night?" The reply  wiie made that, such affairs were in  ,lhe hand.-, of the Ladies' Auxiliary*'  lo which information be. uii-  grueiotisly responded " Vou, had  better i-.-ilI aioiiurl for your mail tomorrow morning." 1 am well  aware, Mr. Kditor, that this person's  duties do not compel him lo deliver  mail matter on Sunday, but it  would iippearlo me a malicious use  uf niilluuity In refrain   from an act  of   courtesy     becull-O _  he    Wiis    ll'U  given free admission lo a I heiitrieu 1  enicriuinmeni.'  I hnve l ravelled far in -our dominion, and I am glad lo say then-  arc few ,-ueh men in our post'ol'fices.  If the official's salary is su small  thai he cannot afford the price of  afford ine  the money  wherewith be might  ticket, and so the Lndie.-  would not be defrauded  i  admission ~il   would  pleasure  lo   give   him  iiircliase a  ' Auxiliary  of its-just  lues, which certainly would Imp-  pen if I were so di.-bone.-t as In give  their passe.- fur personal services.  May I also say that there is a  certain portion of the public lhat  must think theatrical managers are  in Ihe profession for their health  ancl not to make a living. Were I  to accede to' all the unjustifiable  demands for passes, wc should have  crowded hou.-es of dead-heads ancl  consequently be without the wherewithal to buy the three necessary  meals a day and to procure a  night's lodging. Such, however, is  not my intention, as I propose to  pay my bills nnd endeavor to give  the public-, value for its money.  Thanking you for your valuable  space  T have etc.,  Uaholi) Xm.sox.  Warrant Every Bottle.  ��������� If troubled with rheumatism, give  Cliaiuberliiin.s Pain Balm a trial. It  will nut cist, you n cent if it. does no  good. One I'ipplieutioii will relieve  the pain. It. also cutes spni'iis and  bruises iu one-third the time requited  by 'liny other l.ri| itinent. Cuts, burns,  fi'iisl-biles,quinsy, pains in the sideand  chest, glandular iind othci _.welliug.i  are quickly curi'd by implying it.  Kvery hul.iie warranted. Price i') and  iV) cenls.    I-'iii* pale by nil druggists.  Get your Job Printing clone at the  M,vii, Ollice. ���������'   .     - '  coi nt inn:  Funeral'De-igns.  AGRICULTURAL   IMPLUMI3NTS,  ���������     BEIi SUPPLIES, ���������      '  ���������    -   fruit baskets, ,  - 'fertilizers  dialogue I-'rec.      Knsleru I'ricu-or I,u���������.  300!),  M. .J.; HENRY,. ,  Westiniiisler  Road,   Vancouvei  Wiiitb Laisou O.vr.v.  Jas. I. Woodrow,  /    BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer '"---' mnmrtffff?*- - -'  .BEEP,    PORK,   ^MUTTON,'Etc.  ,'Fislv and .Game in Season.   -^  All oidcis ])ronii>tly lillcil.  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  Corner   Douglas  ,'inil ICini; -trcor,.-  Halcyon Hot Springs  ^fanitaritim.  rr  ii-:  Ml*  DK'AI.  va'  A'l  Kits  1 I  II.,1  l  ' V  1 t'l i    ,  , i.  ���������lie   ne >-  I i i  l*.ii n  ���������  II  1 lie  w ,,l  1,1  A  1"  l'|. ii.  n.il  in.  1 i. n  V  t,-l  all  X'*  i \, ,i  i -   1    ,Mi  -ri  In  1 -  I.iv  ���������i.  K ni  ":  v    1   Si  , mi  ,<-!i  u!  II  I.I -  and  M  ,-i ,1  ic  P..N..M  'ir-  A -  in*  -  III-'-  fm*  ...  'h..i  I'll*, ,1    P.-  -lii  \X.  'S  "  i nil  rati  ���������>    1  ii    .  II  Ii.i.il-    and  i i.iii  -.  1 \\ ii  mill  1-  11 l-l VI*  and 'il, |  1II1  ,.\..  V  I.IV  Teli  ���������fii-.-  I'll  e  illinium.  ll 1,  HI         V  It  ll  .-ill  pal  S   1  1   ll  W ,H III.  \'l  ' M'  1 1  ���������1  ,-. ,!  I ��������� l.V ���������  -a i  gel-  ''  '  K   "ICING   EDWARD"rig(JO-.  "HEADLIGHT," oOOb.  '     , ,,' "  '"E.vGLE," JOOs and __(.<)-.  .  ."VIOTOIUA,"  ' "LITTLE COAIE'LY-'  FOR  SALE   EVERYWHERE.  ������Are the best that can ;be bought.  Don't experiment with othei'^and inferior brands.  .*��������� ������������������'  USE   EXDZD^T'S     ,  ���������' *  <KHKKK>*0^>0<>0^><HM><K)W}^^  HOTEL  J. LAUGHTON', Proprietor, ,   ' '  REVELSTOKE,. B.C.     ,'-  This hotel is now open for the  nccoinniodiition of the travelling  public.    Il i- the most, conveniently situated hotebiti theeity, being  ill, the coi ner of, Fii-t Street and Co una light. Avenue, in the hen it of  I In* business portion oT the city, convenient,to  mil way station and  ' pu-l ollice.      '- ���������       ' - '- - ' >      ���������  , , -        , _   .  . First Class Accommodation and Tabic.  , * ,        *      ,    '  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and  Cigars.  6o<>o-c>-cm>o<h>-<>^^  ���������Ji'__tei_.  REVELSTOKE  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arroiv Lafic.  'Ji. C.  f H E ������ff Y EXPRESS  I'll!  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Proprietor.  -JH-PirfoXi-i<<jV..r������r>rfa  forfaffarfarfarfaifatfaifarfatfaffatfar^  r9n  Win.i;- Chiin^'s newly itn-  poiTcd stock of Chinese  .md Japanese snoods.  The best ,-issoriinciu ever  landed in Revelstoke ol'  useful and oniaineiH.il  articles:'  'I'i'ii sorvlce-  I'llLll-S  na-liol-  I'liiiu eti.lii s  lliuidkcrcliler-  l-'lllWI-l- I'lllh  I niliiellii .Sliinil-  biincli llnskuls  SniiikliiK .lacKi-l-  .SIII,'(ioni|,<.  GOLD l-'ISII  Kinu-I,-toek of ciuiilic- anil fruit in town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  nATCMTC        Tr.ulcni.irks  I���������^M   I   DIM   I   O    ami Copyi-iRhts  ��������� oliliiincil in nil uuiinli'ics.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mixluuiici-l     KiiKinuur    anil      IlnuiKlil-niaii,  Ilnnk  of  11. N". A. liuililluns, IIiisIIiiks .Slrcut,  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  liostciuil  vvill .secii'-o an rvuniiiK n|,point,  niunt for tho-u who nuiiioL..nil .luring tlio day  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paid  F.    B.   WELLS,  Exporter of Furs.  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines, humors, & C iirars.  Kales $1 a day.     Monthly rate. L  cr.    ^.:il:b_eie,t    stoite,    peoi  Just Remodelled and Refurnished  with all Modern Conveniences.  Rooms in Suites rvith Baths and   Toi/ets attached, /lowing /lot  and Cold Water, I aside Toilets on each Jloor, Has Lighted and  Steam Heated Thro/ighont.  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       -  '    GOLDEN, B. C.  GRAZING REGULATIONS  far', Manitoba, the-'Northwest   Terri-  toiies and the Railway Belt in  "    '     British Columbia.,,  I cii-i- for frmylrfs; pnrpo-c-* are,i--u������l for .1  term nf incnly-oiic yctr-. nml tlicri-niitl i-nt  tliu riitcof t������o teiu-nn ncrc ptr aiinuin* jiaj-  ulilo lialf vcurly in advance. ���������    "-  Ijim.-- in<-Iii(ti-,l  in a ^ra*/iii_j lea-" mav M1'  vmliilriiwii  for liomc-lciiil'cinrv, -ale ra-rail-  ������ay imri.i)-.-, but n.i icm.il !-> ciiiiiKt-'l c.ii'.-ticli  land- fiuin Uu1 (into upon '.'Incli llit-v.-irc vviih-  ih,i������n fr.mi lliu li-.-w.  .V K��������� 1 e of ^ra'/in^Ianil- i-, not niliilcl 10 tbe ,  I1115 llicreiin. but lie may. uiioii'-.-ipiilw-aiinu m  lliu imiait of lloiiu'nloii l.nnt!-. olftiun e.i, li >i,u*  the lir-l |" run', m cut ,on lii- li-.i-uboltl Wli.u-  evc-r quantity nf liny lie 111,1}-, rcnuiii* for lii-  own 11-e. frivof due-. I lie iluparimeiil rii-crvniK  I be ri^lil 10 k-ii" permit- to other iippliciiil.-.   ���������  .Vpplii'.ilion- for f.-r,i/.iui; len>'���������������_- -I1011I1) be  ni.uli-10 ilii.-Seeiel.iry, lie;>.irlutc-iit of lliu In  leriur. Ollaun.  I'. G. KKYK-.  SccicUiry, Dep-niinent of the interior.  TI__JVE_E]  .5'. S.   "Archer"  TABLE  ��������������� '.! -S'.   '���������"l.'tinkaa.'  Itiiiniiii-,-  beiv\een   Arrowhead.   Thom--ni.'i ���������  I.niidii,^,iiid Comniiliv. coiiiiuciiciiii; Oct. llih,  lJKil. will *ail a.-, followr, (u-cilhcr peimiliiiiK):  Leave-  Arrovvlicnil   for  Thoui-oi.'-   lJindiiiH  nnd ('uiiiiipliv twice daily ai 10k. ami 1-Jk.,,      '  Leave.Coinipliv and I'lioin-on'- 1,-iiidiiififor  Airovvhead lv. ice daily nl T.lok. and l-'.lok.  MakiDg elo-c- conncclion-  vvith  all C. 1J. 1!.  train- and boat.-.  The owner* rc-crve the ri^'hito clinne'c linie-  ot -uilin*,'? witliouiiTiotice. ,    *  TirK KltKII ltOllINSON* LUJIHEK CO. LTD.  F. ROm.VSOX,  '- "- Mnna-fin!; Director,   '  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  , .'   ,, Royal Mall Lines.,      '',',,  * " Cheapest Route to tho Old Country.  .     ,      ALL'AN LINE-Krom Montreal." '  Tunitean  ... .   "..'."      '.' May 2."  Pari-ian ' Ma.. 3d  I'reton'.ii) 'line li  ��������� ,   DOJIIN'ION' LIXr.-Ki-om lloiltreal.  Dominion .* _VIay2Il  ���������Southvyarl: jl.ty Ml  Canada.  '. June 13  DO.MIN'ION' LI.N'K-rroin Bosicn."     ,  _VI.iv flow er      ..'......,-,  .JlnvJI  Coiniiionvvealth ���������... .. '... June I  New Kntlland i    ..." Iiine II  BKA.VKU LIN'K-Krom .Monlieal.  Lake .Mnnitub.1  '.. .May 21  l^ake Chainpliiin I line I  Lake'Krie -. lunell  AJIKIIK-AN LINK���������From New York.  St. I.oui-....*    '  ���������.lav.Vi  Nevv Yoik r.. ...3I.-U 20  I'hiladelphia Jiinell  Will ni STAT-. LINIC-Froni Nilw-Yoik.  Germanic ,. ���������M.iv-'2i|  Mnie-I' *��������� J. _Vlay,27  Celtic  Mn.v-.11  Oceanic L.  ..Juneti  CUNAltD L1NI*:.���������From Xew'York. ������  Ktrurin..' .'....- 3lay 2H  Campania   ��������� ilajlW,  Umbria I une 1;  CUNAHD LINK -From I.0.-1011.     .��������� *  Ivenu.iv .'.- : -May III  Ultonia ' ���������  .' May -li",  Saxon ia 1 une 2  Ivernia  Miuiolii  Pa���������enj-'or.-tieketed  ihrou^-b to all  parts of  >  Great Britain and Ireland, aud .11 ?pccinl!y low  rate-10 all pans of  the Kuiopeaii coutincnl. -  Applv to ne.irc-t ralhvaj or -tc.iuiship a_;ciiL or  to  T.  "W. ERADSHAW,  Affent.  RcvolstoUc.  W. P. F. CUMMINGS. Pacific Agent.'  v v     ;yyy 'is^TriftkTv,  yyyipixYyySm ;I;i*;K^^g.??'^  V7777777777^M������sm^'   7:7p7:-:'V*T*BHBHtty:a^���������Awy;yii  WRITt FOR CIRCULARS'  Standard remedy lor Gleet,  Gonorrhoci nnd Runnings  IN -18 HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles.  ftlDY  Cook's Cotton Hoot Compound  In Fiicces'=fully n=cd monthly by oyer  10.000Ladle-*. Snfe.cirpctu.il. Ladlesaslc  vourdniKKist forCoafs Cclloo Root Cotn-  foooj. TnVu nooihi-r.iH nl''  mitatlons arc 'innK'erou ..  in nil Mixtures, ]>lll?anil   rolls.   I'rlrc.No. I,finer  bor: >'o. a, ro decree-! siroiiRiT.f 3 per box. No.  1 or 2, mailed on receiptor price and f.vo8-cent  Stamps, .llie Cook Cnmpitriv Wlnclrior, Ont.  B39~Nos. 1 and -J sold and recommended by all  responsible Druggists lu Canada.  No. 1 nml No. 2 ure -old nl I mill l-iil..1 bv F  'I'. A bey. nnd ill lievi-l-liikt I,} VV. Ilfii-. .). A  Miller .s- t'u. .mil i'.iiin<lu Dm'.' .v Hook Co  DniKKi-l1-.  more -1/fc-r. ^00rj's phosphoclino,  Thi Grcr.t finijlish Itemed'/,  Sold nnd recommended by all  dnij.'(rl=t.'i In Canada. Only Veil  able medicl'ie di-eovpre<l.  Proprietor.  COMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG-,      -  Best brands of Wines, hiquors and Ciyars.  Travellers  to   Im'sIi Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this Motel.  CALENDARS FOR 1904  Wc have liei.n nppniiiti-il a*_;i'iit.s fin-  leadinn Bi ilisli, (Janiulian nnd ���������Anini-i-  cim linns nnd can nll'i'i-n suluclitni of  Oiili'udiii-s I'm1 III0I mi(*1i ns Iiiih niivi'i*  liel'iii'i.' linen i.lVei-i'il in l.liis (lisl.rii'l,.  lteserve yniir (ii'ilers  | (linn a  cull  uf ctni- I'epi esi.'ii.lalive with snin|.I.-m. '  The Kootenay, Mail Pub. Co. Ltd,.  iiiovioiyisToicio .n. a.  WOOD YARD  I hnve .started a pt-riiinni'iit Wood  Yard on Tliird slrin.-l.. Willi my past  ('.\*pi'ii(!nt:e I linpti tn lie in a position  In sal isfy all ri'(|iiiiements cf I'ust.oin-  its. Mill and cord wood supplied in  nny Inngilis'nbi'udiici'il prices fur cash.  K. .SA.M.SON.  /vv^S/^N.���������i n''''' ������'������'"el-i'' fli-eovpred. Htx  ^ wr<4-"-cii4v/'"<"'7'' '1'it.ranttcil In cure all  forms of devunl Wriiliiie-^. all elT'-ct-i of al)U5e  orexoe?-", Mental Worry. HsroMlvi' u=e of Tobacco. Opium or StlrnulnnH. Mailed on receipt  of price, one packnKC il, 6lx. $.1. One trill jjfctise.  tit icUi cure. 1'amplilPU free to any cldress.  Xbo IVood Coiupuny, Windsor, Qui.  VVfion'- I'lin-i iidkim: i- -old in It, \, !-���������',l.i-  by Ciiuad.i I.ii*i,-.*v II ">k l'o...I. A. .Mil., i .1: C".  and VV. Iti ������-iuiil by FraiiKl'l". Abey ���������>! 'I'roui  Liie. liriiKKi-t,-.  MERCHANTS."  Weean supply yon will) a lir-  In.isi! leaf day bonk iiml ledir-'.  vvliicli i- l.etter tlin'n ilniv v <  eji-l for and in iniuli Iijjs in pi i  troni/.e lininc iniliistrj- anil  your orders for counter lunik  it'.-iI day Looks and kiln''!-.- and  itcs therefor.  Samples and juices on applii  THK KOOTIiNAY .MAIL,  li'.cvelslokt-,  - V-  U'lii  II  cud  '..  I'n-  -. 1  1   1IH  . 1  ai-e  111  |1IIS-  It'll  n,  , A '���������m.
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yi^yS'puT ic:\ iiyygp ty iviypi j s<ip ijiyyy"t.u.ii;?^f i*p.| n v j\ ny
:;VGetVyotirj^elccti'i(yyiy iri iigftn IViiyyjbell
;y|y jybb kyi li .?t i ie?K o6t^
i teiiiyebiii pe ti t ipi.LySjyi f ;i0 wxirt li;?? try i hg(
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aiyyi-ypriiiery ciistoiiVersTpff.^
yciiiiyViVoyu-^got!:?a'tiiei i^?^idiVsp6iiyytcVi?yfi-o':iyiy
?yyyy?S*o ii yyyeii n yyy?ai vvriiyM.??,gci,ya
; bpciksyiiyiicl Viiiiigii ���/. iiicsViitEyi IftJ.Gjmiicl-yi'
Cii.ii;'::;yyVT I Sf.iySy2" ��P E?;t I Ki.;/:? ii p vy trs t:
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ferpft jiiiinoilivces hisydeterni inn lion?tp
?stii'rty practice iii yi !t:yeistol<e.Vyy)yyyyyy vvyy
y.'V-'.yTiVb'yt-'lVc'J^pw* ortl v'"l cii ji; ti.cjj.oi-i?-;';?^ I oii.(l ii'y:;
J. ?yyriit)riitbiiy i-eiid?an excellent: pa pei;y
on ?Gli ristiiiiiity.ii iid viSbciiilisni.?ayy:;V:j?yy
yylC;:A.'''.jJrii'ditiy?"liit-5?tliken ?:i y'lejisc y?of?
yl.be sjileiidkl yiiptise:and^gi-buiuls fprih-:
erly?occii|)icd byaTv?;K.a.lVal'iiylor..ya :? ;a:
yy? 'M issy?; A ;?'JJu i nie a^; is: , lil ling y^liss;
it ,l'tiok:aGo's.astnre? 1'oryyay yeouplpyibf
:w:poi:i5y yiyyy'^vyyyyy'y'vyyyvy'yyvyyyv'y^yy.yy^yyy'^yyy
V;MrsVEVpupont;yicft y thisy^iiiorning
f(iryXe\v?ai'prk eii:route77,?Maliilet^?N';'
GiV'tt)^ yisity her .ygi-:iiiflh)ptlicr,:rai\lK?:
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?yyMrs.?Tpyinlinspii?aiul ?'j\Iits?\"aleiitiiie:
i 1 cf t.,pi i'i -���.yN'p.yiJ ,1VI p'n d�� y^c v p uii! g..--'f ci iy.y-ii.ii r.
.c,p ti v'er yvvhere?: 111 ey y wi 1 laspe nil :.a ?sl i or t
y yJV-AVilspiiy y contractor yforyyytheycity
school;. iirrived ..this?y?-iveelc: ?:f roni?G riincl
Ebrks toypiitjtlieJinislii.ng ytpiicbesy on
iiis eoyi)thic,t.'v;'..;yy'V ���":?'.77 7777 7-777
v ()n: .jrpnilay? liightV tiic ??t_|)wortli
leagtley vyiliyhoiclyii^iiiiisicaleyeiiing toy
vvhieli .all iiie. .invited..? yiMie iniisHiiil.
eveiiingsybf at hey'loiigiie ? a ri-a :ihvii vs?:^i
treat.*'y '��� V:.''y".'"?yyy , ?:?������.������?'?': y-yyi-iyiyVy y?'-
Vesterdiiy,;oiiy belia.il' iii',,the niajn-?
tenaneerOi'-ivay niiinyyjvo.'itihilisterXcvv-
iniiiiypresented'. Mr.  a.hd y _\lr>, Ti: lyil"-'-?
yi iV 177 VSi ii 1 i I iT;:ifc|yC o :,vfl 11 ivci|beei)y|,ii\)r;
celebrated .iMpyy'sppii.;!^^
||; Ti-ri y el j ei-s Vvi si ii iiglKby e 1 st pk e'K w i II?
C'cn triliyifptel ;S\ liriil iii iii spnyBrpsyyyifyyy
yy Wcy: I i siy e yjl ptsE bf yhyWii 11 ySiiij'pcr??? ypfc
iOWMtii 1 Vtl (eftTcpre
yyiCbbte liii yyVlhl. >\ i |!?ca II sy tb?islibvv|ybiiy?pyiiyiy
'sii hi' |) 1 lis p7iiii7M7M7 P 'is^M^fiMS^SikiMi
.liiiidyGyenil rw|yMassevVHi[ rris^Knjnblery
ii iid 511 ie ;f iiiii p i jsiy ITPy is I p p'J I j i cy c I es?:g' ^eg
;i i i i iiy w 11 c iiyy o ay vy iiyii tyyaiwi lyebi -yyiiyf feiiyyyi
ity^bbd ^iiotei?	
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iFooitiqll und7lyqcr6sM\MaichesrBe7
PyT 1 ie 25tl17wiisf..npt��?so:^iiiet?:\s,piiey
���Cxpepted VyyiA nai-j/caiii'iiin yt-r.'ypf^peopld'
yvi ii?6iiey;ii ftiirhbo^^^
,fb 1 lpwedyyyby, fyii !f. lii crbsseVg1'Iiie*;Vl^)|P
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;vvbiide'r;y;ybf jytliein'y :i I \7. Hc'ytiiiieSiind:
y ii gii i ii y i'ii i 7 e 1 cii ii ?yi 1 ir pii g I r'ypveri'f p IViy er:
^oiii tlipaficltiyyiiiitl yV\vsis;aysiipl<eii? pf.yyn nyiij,
yvvbiidiii'VyA/iyyaiiibstyiyyi ji te;;estiiijgyyyygaji)ec
tSyiiiSA^'.p.l >'i ^cc|.;vyv.l jq tl i;t?.y's id &s'rijt= 1/p i ii jK^i.y P'iryj
ciyon ly^iiii t^Vptl'rif.yvyVil hicp? vviisyyiippiiyLpy
d oy.'sbi ii e;? gbocl .Vi'iii ss i ii gy ai i d y,vvi|S 7 i'i'yii y
,-Scp i* i ii'j^.'fw.l i.c i��y !JI t p.f c i'ceyy' 1 i <l>y<I.-' jyiiij J ti*! ���>' V> ������',.
���'giiiyiic .biiclcd:Jii?'favybiy;:phyyH.oiincs's?side|
V?y.Kor,::?iiii-sl i'tiu i��7iil ieivy^liici-pyiwpyjiyiiysy
p I iiypd ,'7 iiiid yyti iii j iii.ii V: -^.wi is ?:. seei iyVaio;
-1> ii.ii tl 1 a?y 11V c* ^ -'^s i- i o lc;Vs *>Vf O'-'^.Vp M-P 'V-tJ'' ?-'i'.P1'* *"_
tl liiii eyci-yytj iii toytijUitypr.i j in'j irdv-i-iM ipi.i t
yiyiis Jiip ticecl,;--?!:;.! ,'6u ky'pli t/ffbi;'. tl iiP7F\i 1 tb'ii'
f ci i piyiy ii yhii PO |i-^v^
I k y^ficViit-ii-i��"i i*tl.-;?:"i m vj^iiit-f L����'.;..iyt 1 j ���yS'.^t rf".^5 !.*��-��� 1 sV-'.O '^ -
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Llii-Oii t if 1 i t'iti V-sp ii iysfj'jyycc < Id ??; i ii D! LI iV* i? cilipst-,*'
yaii'dyia keh:?iif:.hWty\va i^
,? i syn"sii I ci ul id :?iycin e d jVfpi1? cii 1 d S^y|,.'I>p ii'y
II pi tl ^ 1 i i i i 111 <^i i ifiy/j 111 ;i cl t*jaV;i iyi?d Vy<ist;t;.VtJ ii I j-y?
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of: th e'jciibteiiii yyywiiibyyyy?? ,?y::yyyy. ,y.??y:,;?,?
:TVVrbitiisidenC!es 6ii..��jli-.iCeiiziu.:ivv:ciiiiey,vvit.
:..::.? iiiodei*iiiiiiproveii)eii^��-l,('i(iO..!eacli,'oil iiasj*;
TVV'O itesideiices'oii.al'liiiiiySU
t.'.,|i;5,y,onsj;';torniis. !;>j[/;..'-^
ON'K '1'e.sidoiicu oii? First .Street ?enst,y'ca.sl) re-:
;-.v;-.a'(iiili-cil 8300,'Subject 1,0 niorlKii_re.t?;i??:i/:.i:VS
*r:A prlviiii; side (if. liouseirolil, kuuiU is liuvv.iii);
coinprisini;:?llio; fiilliiiviiifjinrl.ii.-lei wliieli-iiiusl,,
1 iu: ,'so l�� I i by: ;.l i liiu a .11.11V ul i."' I.li o. iiieii I Lscs, of.'?.l.
y?yS crajib r.lWagbijs;! H a r iibss; v. To b I s^P
yyiVe t c ?,yy;a I s bi S Wrii'-e iio ii st^yy oii t;C.y?P;!ji. R ,'V|i;
*y.l'-ii*st;SU'oiie bluck:A\'esl,pf:.lii.iperiii:l?ljiuikV:?
; tiic, Iollriif '.lu iic.'yVa?VV^:yV:yy?y?-:;V^/?V??.yvV
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ySiySiu itl:iy|n ex tJ i sIA V li i l| S in iti iiSiTysy'?'P' y
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V^iySiyl^yf'lif rcsii yyyii 7l777t7f7V7p7y
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;Juiieyilpr;^c\\y:\yestiin nsteraywlieiieyiie
?>y ill: a t tCnilyyt! .ipVSyn cicljl^fjyjJritisiijGpiy;
: thKyfii-stlbfSiyliicjrftyyy
? t e r i liii yyii'ii _; s i ini 'it ry ySJivi) l|focc ti jyiylffj) i ��
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^ji.yiyt^^v.vatiiji,] i^jm ii{iiysiKy<>iyy^j.'ti t iim i_i'.sy?ytv��irii
JJ5x l"? i-iii c!-t i' >.'i*,^i\y.l ii c^ 1 i'_i-ji jV's;. it'^c* iiyrsWcpcJ&riT 11 y.
?s;tfejaiid ;j^| ni i n less V|i niiyfl.i)iiicliyyialii^i|?iM;
y|ry-*y( I>ii i*i nygjsensoi i'pf;liyi^h;iyv\'iite')y)y|g?|i
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77.dm liftfty���>C;|s!:yirii 1 liyyoyixlersv left"
a % t iielyni j 1.177 ^iW7i Mp^wr&ice.,
ciryvliy;: ri ngi lig-y^u py,yjilyfoneyyi^,b^y8y
y?? ��� ? 777> ViJyKi'i'vv-V Ins lei ���? lia y iii^y^uided:
;.vyy>y>yyv,yi iiisi iipsfciyrtii i >.i i . .v;v?:
:Tlie;fiest yHay?Jlii'cl':��� S t^^ak^WMcipp:
V P\ tlie Lardo - mid Arrovvliead biiinuliof tlicCy
f.l; P. It., six inilosTroin Lardo, eonsistiiiK of 1UU__':'.���
acres of ineadow,of which00 acres are '-''in tiin-? p
othy. ���.;' Several he'iidbf yoiin'K eiitlle. i All ncce.-:- '
siii-y,'farming liuicliiiiory.y'Sliipped'Ilvo airloads;.;?,
ot hay last year iind'onoeiirload of eiittlc.r: For?; ::
Ti;oiit:,L-iko;:i!. C;;?Fe!).?22nd^l!IO;i;K:,ft;',yyppytpp
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'A hc' i 11 s' l'i ii V111 b'-.'.Oi'.l u I ti'-iit'iii 1 ?:
yt?��s'i^ i5��?! ryvyi'l|?yij; i t/'P^tvcM mSh <S?fi ^J i'tfe
iweeiiyidaiiisyybf: 7 r^ulaiyVSayil iiivj-yj"'
:K;:Tl u VyGbu i iia iiy1%.i:f;3i;i;yi-
elia iigeVi.i miiSiiiiil 'jiinysjij.
:sa iliii givvyitli-y
Avi^O U.^lMiV_D;|j��i;y|,
t'i I iye;;?y I" (i| I oyvy t*i"g :?y��,Gii 1 i I'ii in i a:
y;yy.C(ii ij ier-^N e wyS'oi-ky bl ebti'bi y Lit; yj -I {ji
, tc-'yi-k A; ?J^.o iul b'ii rvCO 2'y] -2s':y:Gcl j?VV V V y??fe-ft?v
yyyyi-cad -v^u-vy or kiy*$yiy8(i"yytosyiiiyiy?8ii;'
y iylCppii<^iv?siicyi^^
' ^Ybnyyyyppyy ypy:yyyyyy7.yyyyy:pyy:ypl
aulfoi vvell.e.-lablislied house in ii few, ebiuities.
calliiij,' on retail iiit.icl);iiits:iiiid iiyentw?'- l.ooni
.'territory.':. .?ala|.y-:iS102l.-:ii:::yeai*.and .exiienses,
payable Sill. 71,1 iivvii'ikii) eiisli'and exnen-'e.s ad-:
, v'anecrt.-. :...?.l-6sitioii;.p,orniiiiieii I.-iVBiisi n oss?"siic.;.
ee.--iful'mid :. i-usbiiiir. a .'��� Knclo-'e .self.addi*es--ed
leiivelope.,:.Standard House, .'llfl Ciixton llldg..
.,chiciiKo.'.,;'-,...,-i-. y-y.ay:-''.,?aa.y?.y:,.:''y'a::.a'y:i :a."yaa:.:
creiisiligy '��� i t s yyfi ccbiii tii pel;lt ipiiri:;?fdyV-1-1 ipy
t o" jiyi i d ^ f i :piii yyt 11 c.y iii i i u-ii >-.!*s t vi t i pri vyyysy yyy; yyy
".y'.i'.CJii 11 >:'-ri 't>'.; .-.'A^ i>YJ .ii'y-:'. v! .1 ;*,! oiii i 'ii g *s. v ���.% 111 d i qj-
(ICpcifioxAYil^lAii, .building, a.iiiiciyyliuyp
ybiir^yplidtp yl tiikeii.'f?:??yStai iiip:Vy
r;'yVll kiiiclsyybfyyClevehliidyiitliiies'aiid:
reiiilir sbop.y..:l^i,inb
o f.', t h c.y CI e v c 1 ii n (1 Vv li e t* I s. y:., V::,; V 7 p. rpp, V
yVWylien yon yivii ii t?ytbl^t"tbyyC^^liilio^Te,
iiiysiici^liUHlyconi forty, !.?iok?.put?yfprAj
Craig'siystiige v!iiio. wheiiyliinding,y::at
jieii ton;.-, yyylyv.'y??.?,', ysi,yy.y, yy-yyVpypypyy
v :.-*J[..;:G:- Mutcli.ispjiv.:.Mp.jc..iH.qsyi��pJs.selliiig
piVaiiisvho'uWjVflii'.iiit'urefsfarm .inipip-,
iii.P'ii i,SiL.-y--.Ji' hltl.-.Vy\V{irf'lioii.sP"- "���''���..^.'i.i'-; "".Ctr-'J y-"t':^'*i?
sicliiig.iin;iyrefpiestsysyettlei)ienty)f bu.t-
'Stanciiii g'yiiccciiih ts;,y yyy yy. y-y-y vyy-yyyy.--a
yaWyJleiiiinir.'. b:ts.:.ta iceii0; pyy t; l^itl i eytiVcij?
vvbbd;siippiy:fruni:tbe:Tfarbor I.nnvbei*
yGo.;s iHiil:?y?Prdersy?in:iy'?:beyleit-?atytbe:
iiiill y\Ny.yjr?yLiuyreiiceysy:Stai:eyybr,yy iiiig?
iipyy >f r?y Fieniiiig's y i>iy^npj?.Nypvsy.;y?y:a;.y yyyyyrV
a/Biiyiii^y iiflvertistii^ .^paceyiiiiit'^opdJyyy^V >..p,y..yyy..
iiewspaiier is almost wiiiivaletit tc> bily-'ikT;.v,;,".;'��� .;:���,.'. .' :i''���'',.:,������ :'7i''7y P"-''������"��� ''���""-,
1 \ ���,, ���,������. ,-.- *-' ���-.:.���������'��� .,' ������"���'��� ...���:��� i: .Tender- will be reeeived by, Uic-iinilursiKiit-d
lllg trade. -J-IW. KOOTK.*-'.V.V.a.MAII. l.-?Uie ; for th?6 h.iildinc-of: )i "slftri- :2Sx7ai>n corneribf
best piincr: il) ���' which -to secunVvoui* f?o"""'!Klit andFii-st, slreetl l'liiiw and siieeili.
>��� , ..y.lP .���.���''���'������. va: ..--. ., '.I- ��� . cation.-visin b'.-seon ;'l llioi.l ity liol.ol., I iiiuii-rs
ilClvert?sillg.-'|iaceaild tilt- IK'St:tO bring/ ��> Iki clo-ed vyednewlu.v. .Iiiiie:?lhe::!i.<l al, (I.
urt'ii'.'t i-rili*���7 ; ..-1'o.clock;  'Hiiit'lins to be eouiiileted on,or before 1
yuu ir.uit.   . , .   - ;, . ���.--.-,.���.���. ..ya ..,:,���. .-:v,;.ji,|j-.i4it.:.a.,....-y...1.   yy:yy-., :  -   y y- .p-y y
Xeat.ytaity: brioklet.? seenre the at-,1? ?v: ���;���������;,'.?;:>.v ; ;V?..i. o.:MA.(:.DpN;ALi);
tentibii  to vonr  btisfiiess . of ix-tiiied ;,'-���~p--���p:,pyy~y7���.?"??'���.: ..'���... .??,'���'.���,..'':?,:'
; Miil yi i'i > IV i'ri'i 1 ?? li1;Ty J'{,11 V> Ly f j'ryi *i rpt'; < 1.-Vs i^jj ,"f^ 1 o^'l) i *,t
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?J-vy i'|v'K?5'i| i;'?n 11 ii*eJho I'sesyy^SoiiVi'l sail d 1 e
jli (ii-siy^y i iid :'6 i I i ij r^j f < i.i Jgc n c t*;i 1 "a!| *JTi Yf| ��V j tj i j..K
lJb iipy^ffiNjisliii';! ii iiify'JV-J'VsterS,V?S tbek^y
Qo I t*t 11> ri.i is;W:. rjfi- i- li"^ |> i.'nv^rOJifiii I y.C.'i i. l'i J-;'=fiI ?g:'.7
t?iiiuns,W3|.)i/l,Mt liii^VKAIiil;i^<ilclH^f?;ypiilox
fC??'l?iiii?siesiyyGiiri\a l.ipiiSiyGlirysahiheiibisy
Gei-ii iiititii��^yi2;!y/i,t*i.-ii^sV?yi\*, iisk^ycplpiis^y-
���.lipliJiliisPii'liiiiiiifsIf I-reli.o.i.j':.iyipi��SEiiclisiiiis_
ypej e j;y .yyiSiiiyi yyyiiiid yyiyii ieftypa i ji)afi;t'vyyy|yp^
?ii) Vi t bV'si???G;iu I i f I ivvyc v, \ Earl y Jyii n ds jjliytciy?
.LS? tend a to .'apply ali, ?II is illiiinitt rathe yLimi-.Vy;i*;
teiiiiiil.CiOveninr in (-ouneil 'under.ySeo. 7 of.The"? #'? ,  ,, .
-ot^c.,' fri ini.i't.liii.-.ltntl -.'fiiiid v. liii ii kff',^ c��r -..; p.isli T-orcoU.^/""!--^ivrt"-���'-
.West. K<��il��iuiy,;fiiiin: itSiSi.urc'ftltV iiinullriiiidK VV,i^
In innkcsiieli :iitliui*'?iin|ii*oviuiii!iils;iis:iniiiy: li'u';'. 7:p'7y
ikjcohsiiryfor..tho: Hriv-iiifj <irIIiik--','lii'c.liiiil.riiol.'i.fpi-jK'ir'
sorl.iiiK.biionis ill.: its :hioiilli, also Id eiillecl.IiilliiS?iV:S?S'
as tlie Ji'iiIku of thi) Ci.unly Coil rl. iiiny l\x7t'7!7::77XPy
y777y yyyyyyp. v \ n y yyiy t j'i .it-ic V):77pyyp77777i7,
Ilaiiiier,.: iota,fAliee^aAiinii.tNo.^^uiiil^Iotiior''
''.LoduiAlinund.Claiinsvsil.uiito intlie'Liirdeau?
Aliinii>f.lJiviKioi):;o|-M\r')s|.:iCooioiii.y JJiHl.i-ict,.?
.:a,And5rurtliei'M.ak.efiioI,iee^.liii.i;iiel.ioii;fiindery , ,-, .
.?.S.<JVI<?'> ..��;:.Miiu!t-bo coiiiiiioii'cocl?liofiirq;IJi'6'-'issii---V'0iVSto??v!yi
aiice.oiysiich Certificates brjIiiipraveiiienis^ifaiftiStSSA^I
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. viiilterilate I iiil.ehil:I.Wiipiily:.|b:uie?ironor-V?��?^?a.,K
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bank ol'Ciuioe Itiver,, alidiil,-: Uf liiileisrajpsri-biii:'?',	
:it^:nioulh;;.nn<l:,.niiirkcda.L'.I[. tii-dieiiii'sysbiithvi?
south 10 chains to initial.post.;?4;K��ys.ai��s5*;ir:;a:yfS!Ss
ii:>?v:-��ftcr;datc-l intend = to?npplyato'the eiiiufaV&-;��S&*s
ylieense tiycutiiiiidiciirry^iiway'tinibeifronrtlieyvVaSsi!'^
; !Coolcnay..Disl ricyt.^liya^
5.'yCdiiiiiiciiei))Kyiil?yii?i;iiost:?:pliuited J oiiyiyiiSenslVSyylsgl?
:vvest;ebrner,y tlieiicc soiitliftin achiiins;-alienceSpra:ft.SS;:i|
eiis(,lliOchiiiiis,"l.liencc>iiorl,Iiy|(irclmiiis:vtlioiieea~ "7P'iyy*
westdOil clmins to initial iiostSf-flS'BSyVt-y'Sy'itSWyiSfsRa
��._Oiited:tliis^lllrdiiy?iif Api-il;'i!l0:i??SV��^.?*?V!yiV;S*3??S!:n
yyyyyyyyy/yyyyypyy '{yCl- clikA Ny:|yjffi$:lipS!
i-t-11 vyliiil.Voi-ypai-t yv J',oi,,y ji;ii-tieyiil;irsy|?y p-
fil.y.m't, ���'i>,ffl.cb?cif:-';KiJO.TKs-;Ay yilAiL. ?-:���::;',;:?::
GpRRy.' 'y7-pyp.py7-yyyy7
'y iticsiniJN*!*;?iiKxrisT-y
.'ySPKClAL'riKSVl'lie'Ilui.d'ilellioil, df-I'iiiiy-
le.--.-'IJe.ii|.sli-y.a Crown iindllriilgc work:?::
'? ?:' iv; a ' V Ollice iaypiiion ��� M.ot'ul.- ;:>;.", ���'������-:';':,'    ������ -V
V yyAppoiiVtineiiti. niade bytiniiiloy phoiiVVV
��� See fny?assoi*tiiK'nt?blVth'c?bi;;.t:?
'��� lin I'Kiii ns : t* \-i;i*y ?,<) Il'ii i*t- d y .i 11V t.i iu,?:
ines.V:v.y:.?,':yy- yy.y
'��� aeily:iii\thes(!
St-p-LWid s( yi*.i:i'ti:
.??a-yV?y,y. 1 levels loke.
fylayyyiutiiuit. to ii. jV|il j'?l6 ll io .'.I loi'iu.'ii.blu.tliuif.'liicf
fCbiiiiuisSibiici..:if*I?iindsiiiid?VV*6i,k5'for itsiicciiil
':fiJdiiiin'cii'eiii|j.r'iil,?'..ii.yp'ost,viiilaiiti.,U (iii the eiisl.
liiink:.ol'i.Cii))ocT:lIiyei. 'abbul/'iift-iiiilcs iip'frbin.
tlie .'ii)Oi'itli;.'iiiid:iiiA'i'l<v<l.l,_d'iiiiiiid '--N'liiilo's,s,'.ui.h-
vvcsl'.'i uoi'iier,y.lheiicii??ciisl?:;:iliii '���cliiiiii.-v:t.li.:iice
norlli ,10 chains, i.lioneo vvest'lliu cliiiins', Lhc^iec
soil Hi'-'IO chaiiis to tiic iiliiccofbeBiiiniiiK.:.;;?.,
��:lJaLc(l'-t!i-S"_.ivdjdiiv..6r;A!ity;' 1!W:(.; ryyy-'ryy pi
yppSXpypyyyy: Kyp-ypKim .UND :^AG I.KP7
rnAICICNOTtCK t,hiit?i,liirly?di.ys'iiftcr'diiyiei
i?|y iintend to apply lo the.Chief Commissioner
oI'Lahds.and-VV'orks. I'oi'yii-speoiiilah'eense to
ciil. and?:carryaii way.tliiilier'fruiii lliufollo'wiiii;:
described::hinds,-,'siliiiitcily.-in -AVre.sL,::KooLciiiiy?
'District,. I iy R.:';. Ppyxy'.'.-. "yy iypyj^-Ppy: 7 yy;"- 7:
ayPbiiiiiioiicinj,''lit'ii'-iibst? iiiiinled: ahoiit al-iniie1
vvest of Ciuioe. KiveiMiiid b|.p.,?;ile llie mouth of
Harvey Creek, and.,marked .-Kilinuiid ts'agle's
south-westycorner,, theneci 'iiorlh-SO ichains,,
.thence east. SO-chains, a thetiee:?ybtith til) chains,
thence wesl.-i'l chains in piaceol'.lieKiiinin^.���'���'���_ a
. ajl.itedtliis seeond ilay'of .Mav. IIIUX yyv. :'iv-
bus (i|ii'ni'd:in:h.?A?y
i''i*i'lz;'s Uui I tl i ;-y
1>!'^.r-iV',5:'%y.'tl1"-.^!,.-_vl,f.?'^'?.,*p:-"?.t-��',"J!in?^.:":J'.VR^-.tlic^;*W*fefcV|>'rin"tTt>trv.!i:i*cl*:"-itlV��i-.ls*��t*st.��JLyIps'!-��� i :7y '.'7y.::77Pp--~:P7P77.y.777y7y--
t Cii. set; y ?: "a, ??,:Vol type itt the Kdotkn iv: M:pi.: ollice. :?y ���Mien.-iiyii-oiivi'.ii-.'^ in.;i-iiii^ of-nil ii.ti-n>ieii
J he boys ot J. Frn8er'.--  bridge gaiic ! y ,,, ���?,..    \rf.ii/v,.:i,i   .,^,1    \f',.'r.t-i--'u-'i,'i";'"',��.,>*i*M''!�� Hi��r-n��vf;i--f.<��kn.i.nn_��ii'or Hit*.I!i-n-
l.'ive   iii-i4'i,i,.,I: hi,,, ,,-i.l, ��� Liiwty,,,,,, i   ' -MesBl;,    Mel ipilhkt    .tt.ll .   AloiitCltli    ^,,,-ial Mininic :A-rx-itti.ioii;.s'iie.li lueeilin-lo be
Have,  piesClitcU   Inn "Uh ii bainlMHii. ; h.|V(,   |>011l,|It. *,.,,���,    I{> ,j; jJonriie'  the i:liol.U.i.tl.e''ky. ll���li on. .Monday; .l.m.st-t.al.
clock in ��� eft.'rtl.'.rntio.ii -ofv |ritat��oi'iier-of.I-ir^ -treetiind G��n,
'I'lieic   is  no perfume -o agreeable and acceptable as i he new
Czarina Violettes
and Lorna
It. has the renl. rare, elu-ive, yd,
per.-i.-leilt, odor of  th.- Iiliis-niii
(.'all ami snuii'l'* il.
The Red Cross Drug Store
J. A, MILLKlt k CO.
niiirl.le inailtc
bismarriage,' .The" clock wis sclent... I
fi'piii Iv. .M.'Alliiin's -tbek. ''.'���<���
'Art hilr Crow leaves? by .Vo.'J loiii'.r.-
row ior hi- home in' Truri.,y\*. n. to
join ?tlie lilher ineiiiliers of I.t is faijiily
who will lie pie.-eiitUt tlii;golile.h .wedding i,f his g'niiii.li'atli.T .and jri-iiiid-
mot her.        .''."''
fir. Glirry  having   taken   over   his
dental practice.   Dr. Coghlin will leave
j for  the  east   slioi-tly. ' Id; takes with
I biin   the   bc.-t  .wishes . of.: tin;  ninny,
friends he has ninde in? Revelstoke   by
j .his sterlingcitialities;   ��� ���'���'���'".'���
{,- . Kev. iind .Mrs. .Mck'eebnie. of U'.ol-
��� .-.tl.-y, .A.-.-a., ..-[iciit ii. few days in the
'city this week the . guests , of their:
-niece, .M rs. A. ,, K. Ivi nea id. j\Ir. *.Mc-
| Keebiiii.-yuill attend lhe general assembly of the l'resbytcrinii: church in
Mrs. T. k'ii pat rick held a reception i
ill her home, oii .Mek'enzie livenue.Oii
I Wednesday and Thursihiy, anil received
; numerous visitors. 'The hostess wore
a biiii(ls()inc gown of bjue inoire trimmed, with. Ince, .Misses ��� Grunt and
Temple 'ii.snit.teil.
Donl forget, the .MnyfH.le da lice on
Tuesdivy for the St. Jeter's t;b tire 11
Sunday school library. There will be
two plny.u  ,|,y |(Jf.(l| inicit.    Oontribu-
i lions ol' llower.-; will 'bo. r.h.inkfully re-
���ieeiveii by y.tn. II. A V.^rown or Mrs.
jAi.iiin. Mti.l-ii; during i.;Jie evening,
j The eiilcrtiiiiiiiioiit will close with :i.
| little soeinl. giithering.
j A. G. l-'lriiuiiierfelt, .secret^iryPrnnby
j Sniclter company, arrived b.hi-i inorn-
|ing lo ineet 1'i-esidcnt . M.iuer nnd
j American capitalist< conu.eetcil with
| the c-iiift: iny, who will nn-jvc tonight
j on their private cur, t'iie Liicniiia,
I which is, attached lo No. I. The parly
leaves it-, the morning on a. visit lo lin-
company's mines und sine Iter.
iiaiigbt avenue .;���;.'���. i'ii I wiiiystart? ii': d ry ;
.���goods and "gents I'unii.-liitsg businei-s.:
The linn (i.vpcct to ope is.-in ,-i.v: weeks, i
;��� A. yi'.'Griiig'.stiil cii'liicts the? i<:'-<\7
!iv'.*'y iind freight i rig stii.Ji!"s nil lento iivi
and Iiis .-addle horses : iiiid ' lighj iind j
heavy . eonvevance.s f,'>i- bin- ..lit all !
ti.iues. Ilis'laily stiigi.'.;for Goldlielest
iind? Ganiborne meets . thi* steamboat,
on' its nriycl a nd. clefiii rt ore. I
liy ri-'jiie.-t.
,���-' ''        VV.?:M?. MlOWN*.
y.      ';i     .   .vii-iiilioi* Kv'e'iiillvi...
: I'r'iv^ii,rial .Milling .V^-.,i'..iii{iiiu.
Tenders for A Lieenseto Cut Timber on j
ynrsV Street, iiieaiyPostoffico.
(Iivi* 'ine . il li*iali\iiini....'yini vv-ilj
liiuri.bol.I, can  triye^you : liisl
CI(asH,\voi kiilaii.-hip' ni: nioder-
i|li- prices. ?        y ::
J. Guy Barber
v(VfCi'l'ICKaistlicreliy-Kiveii .l.liiii, Uiiri.y iliiys
rlyS- after dnte I intciiiLlii iiiake nppliealionlo
llio CliicfCbiiiiiiissioncr .of ::Lii,nds;aii(l a.VVorks
iforiispccial license to ciitaiid-eiui'y iiwayliiii-:
ber.from,tlie followini? described lands sil.unled
|n CJaribpo .District;-'.l!..-.0.: ������'.?���:���:.'?���?.'.:;-���?' y?::?::
;yCiiiiiuiciiciiiK iitan liosl, plnnl.i.;il nii'tlic-wesi.
hank of.;Canbu :!!ivbr..alinul, I!) miles up from
the moil 111 ��� und? hnlfya niilc bclbwy'tlic bit; Io(f
.iiiui.yiiiiiliuiirkedM. Kai;lo's, soiilli-eiist corner.
I.henco wesl, l(!(l chains, thence norlli in cliains,*:
l.henco ensl, 1(1(1 cliaiiis;',tlieiicc sbiilli 10 chains
lo'initial post? ������"' ',.;;?.��� i-y-yy.-y..:.Pp.-i-y::-
:' .Dated lliisIIOI.h day of'Aiiril, l!l(i:i. ��� ,v'.?'' '.-!
���?;y:ya ..--,,::.::-"'.:?..���.:? ,: ..M.'.NACILI':.'...--
Dominion Lands in the Provfiice'
������'���.������    - of British' Columbia.
Seed Go..(interriati'>nar  iiurserics) :nr-'.j
rived hist night,  is   the   linest I'joking j
specimen ever.iirrived   in   town.   ,it is     ,,...,.,,,,.,...,,,.., .     .,        ,  ,   ,,    .,..
'..���       ,   ���     ,   .  ���    -   ���       '.'���     i       ���        ?' I ii KAI.KI) IKM.I-.ft.-. iiddri;.:-ed   to (In- '1 hu
ll lew days lute,owing  to   liavmgto go | ^   ix-rnn,! .Mi,,,.-.  Iliwnel. Keparimeut ���f llie.
to A'ai.couver   foi*   inspection, but   lhe! lnferior_ni.il  .u.i.-.'.-cd tni   Un.- '.-iivelope  -Ten-'
perfect condition' of  goods  niiikes ,'ip
for a whole lot   of  time lost wit li-poor
stock pliinlcd tl I'l-e weeks ago.    l.eave
ypnr f.i'll oi-der.s with K?  II. FvcIy..
.Miss  Lee, .of, .Hamilton,   (int.,   will
arrive  today   to   take   charge   of   the
dressmaking    department   of   \V.   J;
George'.) dry goods i.stiiblishii'cnt. and
will be ready to take, in orders bv Mon-���( ,'it'tlirV Miiw"of"'u'i'i-"('
day. .rune 1st.    Miss Lee   has   been in i*s'V.u" )Vf"����-"-'���,,    - .  ,������
i,���j,     >,,,i   '���'��� "-���?    ': Ivieli lender iii;i-t. I,c n/icniitpai.bid   by an at-
elin.rge of the dressinaking clepnrtliient j ,:.,pt..:d ��� I'lieipn.* ,',u.,i elmrtered liarilr in' f.iv.onr
of a. .lending   eastern    li.-:iise,  and   has I f/.'|f "(;��"lt>-,"f }u.'.! "���<��><������' ��. lhe li.t.-rmr.
.' ' " or I fur lhe uiii'iimr, ,,f tie: Minis  wluoh  Hie
II    lilies   cmii .is prnpurefl lo'pay font' lici-ii-'-.
bud extensive c.vpe.ricnce   in
of ladies fires,   a'.ul   garment   making.
Mi-. George considers himself fortiiniite
in having secured ber services.    '
A Farmer Cured of Rheumatism.
"A mil ti living on n farm near beie
Ciiine in a .short, time a|<-'> completely
doubled up with I'heum.it.ism. I hiind-
ded him .. bottle of Glinmbei'lahrs
I'ii in IIjiIiii and fold Iiiui to use it freely
and if not sal.islied after using il, In-
tied not pay a cent, for it," says,G, I'.
Ilnyder, of' I'uM.ciis .Mills, N. yi "A
few days later he walk eel into the store
ns slraiitbl, ns a. string and handed nil.-
ii. dollar saying, ' give me iiiiot.her bottle of Gliaiiiberliiin'.s I'/.in lliibn. I
waul, il, in I he house all the time foi it
cured ine,'"   Foi sale by nil ili'iitfKistb.
d.-r for TinilKT I'.'.rth No. :ii:i," \\ ill  l,e rei.x-ived
at Ihi- 'l).-p.*irti).f.T)t until noon on V\'l,.���lne-di,v. j
llie. 17l.li diiy.'of ,1'iiie. I>i,'(, for u lieeii.-e In ,-iil.
limber on   il.-rtli Nii.'.'IVll. mmprNIm; the, U'e,.i.
luilf of Town .hip u'l. tlie South West ipntrii-r of
'|-i)\vn.-hi() "'!.: I'iuiK"  I.  and   lin: Norlli half .if
Town-hip''-'I.  ,ind  (he. South  Last  .pinner of
���Town-hip  --"   iu   ilAhj-;':  '..    '.V,.-|.  .of "dm Clh
Meridian.   ..'��>it;��.)'iiri;<   mi   urea of  .',1 .vpmrc
miles, more or !e-.-, i
'i*he rei<iiiat.ion- \milf:r  '.vhi'ih  a   lie'-n-,, ivlp ';
be i.'-"i,-d. a!-i'i  pvlnrcd form of t<;n.i.-i- ,,u,J ..-ii- '
I vc!��ip��., iu, j 1���: oolaio'id ul thin I.'.part.rn,:til o.*,-
 o.vn Tiinb.i- A-<eiiint'|
-*I >���" \
and a
complete line'
.,���    of the
VIIYI'ICI'; is liei-i'l.v pven IliiiUtliii'lydny'siirior
?1\ .iliii..- I_: iul.:.ul, lii iipply lo the Chief Coui-
n_ii-i--,ii'iiei' of Lauds' niid AViirl.-s fin* a ?sin.-cinl
lieeuse U. eul. niuLenrr.V' iiwiiy1 liiuliei* 'li'i.ni. llie
riillowiiif;i|i'sri*ili,-il .hinds siliialed ill (,'arilino
liislricl; II. (,'.: y.���' py ..'���].--. : , -
('oiilllli'lieillK. III. .1, po.-l: plii'iiletl'i.li l.hll?vvi)st.
Iiiiuk ,,f I'lliioe Itii'iu- iiliuiiiyi'.lj.i iiiiti,^ up I'i'iiiii
I he uu.ii III iiml jusl. I)i,-I,,w lhe hit,- luj,- jum, unit
iiiii|.|;i',I- M. NiikI,.'.- Minlh-eiisl, eiiniei-, lliiuiee
ii,,.'Hi lOehniiis. Ilii'iiee west Hill chains, Ihence
sniilli .10"clijiins. Ihence easl. Kid i-liiiius In I he
|}|iii-<'>.(.f:lmi,'iiiuiu^ ^ ...-..-,       	
'Iliil.iil Ibis Kllli day of April, P.HI.'I.
���M. NAULK. .'���
f7V7f7 Kip:
Nn tender by telRKraph .will I,". eiiferi.aiiicd,
V   '   ..' I'KrtLL'YC;. KEYK.S.
1 . -      .   Henretiiry.
UiipnrlniRiitof tie: Interior.'
Ott.tuii, Dili Mm*, IHOH.
Land For Sale,
,1f)I{. HA I
Rogers Bros.''
k ti
100 iirres ill Section ���-"'
imil.li of Knirviinv, IJ. (!. All i.gi'i-
cultural land, with n good young
orchard, iind an nliliudance of wnl.cr,
Purl, cash, balance in I ' years at u
reasonable rate of inl.eiest, oiliigie-
duclioii for spot cash, For pai'ticulars
apply t.o
.1.  K.  11(1111.NHON,
Fiiii'view, Jf. G.
'.': Knives, Forks,
5po0ii5, etc.
Hv.-t ...'irefully *-x.tinirit-.l  ni.tl'
pn,| '.rly fnu-dio Hi,. I.,..il Kinde
"l" )il;,��v.!i,    >���_.(*      *;
'   Pine
Moscrop Bros. ,
Sjinilary  Plumbing, Hoi
Wafer & Sicam Heating.
'Electric Wiring and Bell Work.'
Second Street, Revelstoke
.\f OTItl'K is.hereby Kiven MiiiUliirly'iliiysuriur
i.A- ilnlo I inleiid li.iipiilv lo the Chief ('.iin.
uiissidiier of Liuuls iiii.l VVorks fiuvii special
lieensi! In cut nnd curry iiwny l.iiiibei* from (lie
fiillo\viiif;d.!si:i'ibuil lauds sil.iuit.ed in Cnribon
District, II..I!..: .
('otiinicnciiiK ill ii |,i,sl i.huiied ou .tlie west,
hunk i,f ('un,ic Itiver about. .IO milesiip froni (lie
mouth and jusl, nhovn lhe hi),' Iok jinn, and
iiiiii'koil (I. ���!_. NiikI.i's ii.iidli-easl, curiior, tlienee
went Mil) etui ins, (henre nortii 10 cliuins; ihence
eu-f UK) elinins, l.heiie.,' south, tO'ciiuins to the
pllice of Iii.kIiiiu'iii;. . '
'Puled lliisailli dny i.r April, I!l0:i.' ������
',������'���     ������������'. ?    (1. J. NACIL1-;.
bankoftCanod; Itiveiv.ii Lou l.;a _!,l:. i iii 1 us ��� ii j i '.friiiiiiiV-vSi:. r-j-vSl
tlie:nioutli?a n ndyiimrkedyit:yGrC).i call's;: noi*tb-V?Vyyg"'
.west; corner.':: Ihence yeast a 100 volutins?: llioijcc'rVVV::;
soulli.10 cbnins;:tlicnco wcsi.lOO clia'iiis.tlieiicl-'.V^WV"'',
north lOchnins to initial post;? vv'yyy'yyy*S'-yp::.yyyp
7 77 :.ay:L Jpy -;ri 7 p. y ypy. py, 11.' G ltO.II'.ANy:-SVyyV
a   vava,-,   -.'a.'- .-a,v Wcy-y,   , .'--.. a.aaaaa   --���y::-'--y.p...-py    va.
���I ICl'.;)s. hereby Ki venal liii t-,l.bii'l.y::diiys;::vvyvaya'S:
.>a::al'ler dale I intend to-apply-yloibi^Cliief:.::::':?:":':"
.CJpmiiii^iiipnur of. ldLii(l_s?iiiiiI 'AVorksTiii* a'_5iit.*ciiilo-,'?Vvf..,-;.-':.---'.-.,,:..
|]iei;iiSu:ti)'i;iit���i.drcan*y; away linibcrfroiiv lliu :::.p\:<ptt��7
,following ydeseri bed via nds:sitiiii ted yihy;\ycsty'yyyy?W!
y.CbiiiiiieiieiiiK ut:iiapost?pliiiitcdiilioiil. 1 iiiilc ??V ''?:'? ?>?
west*fromyUicy'indulb of-Gannc "Itiver :andy;V:y??v::a
iibqiitl mile n'orllr of tlie .C(.liniibiii;Ki v-'er iinilv;-!".''^-:'---??;���','���'
marked aK. :Nagle'sfsoulli.eas|.'?c(irnci*yi.li(:nce???::?aV ?tV:
.west,SO chains, thence?north SO chains?'thenceV;?V??yV?
'caslySll chains, yl.lieiico;siihth?.S0:>cliains:tol.li6'y-r?VyV
:place olMieKinninj;.,:,:....:-a-::..i;.;'-y:.'a;a;aiy::a;:,;.i,_yy.;y.a-:aAyayrvJa,ya
yliulod tliis:2nd dnv of!Jluv,'l!i;iil.??:.V VV?yyaaSyy??aa:y
1 "VfCJ'l-1 CIO ?Js:: hereby vyiven? I.liiit' iipiilicutioii::
:1A:yAViH.be made In the Purliiiine'iit of l.'anudii':.
ul, tiic present'session tlici'euf' foran-Aetineorv
lioi-uliiiL,- -the?:Columbia   Itiver "Iinproveincnty
(^onipuny.. .,: - ?^ :���>. 'a     .?' ;y:.'a \yi::.'aa-: .y^',y;,;yy;:;,
;.;;i...'l'o --'cbiisti'iiul .-iMiild.1.'-'iiiiiiiilai n :* iiiid ,:-,'c.|iilp--
fliers "'ii nd yotliur ?' works' iil?.?or-nein*; iliii poinl,
where llie  Columbia Itiver' enlers l.hc a Upper.
ArrowLuko in tlie llistrietpf  Kusl, Iviiotcn.iy,
llrilTsh  Coliiiuliiii, iind  to iise,booms?in,con-:
ncctioii therewith.: ,; .,?;-.: 'v:?y?-a ;>;:;:; : '���"py-
: -2.:. 'I'of consl.i'iicl. iiiid inniniiiin  piers, slides, a
danis, booms and sucli oilier iinprovumciitsoii ?
tho said river above  Upper .'Arrow Luke, or?'
unyof its brunches,; or  niiy"oilier: rivers'or
.streams emptying .in to',said luke.iis.iniiv.'bc:
roeuired to lacilltiito..driving,--.rafting.',collect :
i)ijt and sorting timber or saw-logs, anil lo levy
und .collect lolls and  (lues   upon.such  said
timber unit.lugs.        ..,,'������..,���.'���.���;     ,   .
;,.:i. , 'I'o >,ui'.|iiire,  own" and  operate dredges,'
scows, barges unit lugs: for tlie purposes afore- '.-.:
sitid, or any of, lliein   aud   to   remove rocks,
dredge and remove shoals, burs and other lin-
pediiuents in l.ho'wuy of driving and protecting
said limber.    '   ? :  -  .'" .--,
������'v'liiitedi.liis liltlrday of Jlareli, A. II. l!H):i/      ,;
IC KI til, |)AVrll).St),V, I'A'I'IOiiSON & CHANT,
yy ?y yy   .soUihIoi-s foi- ��ii|.Hciiiii..-;. y
:?:?.??: :  .;?'.'. ill Adelaide St. K., Toronto.   '
irAitcy. scpTT, V- ������-���-������' ;.._..:.? y:-T,?
Ollawu'Agent.    .0 ,    '���-',7:.���'���'"
YJOTIC... is hi-reby given Hull lliirly diiys nfl
1> _ dnle I inleuil lo apply li. lhe Cliiiif Coin.
n_ii.-,si'.ui-r of Liinds unit works hu* u special
lii'i'ii-c lo eul nnd curry nway tiiulii-r froni (lie
fitlliiwini,' di".cribe.tinnds. ,sitouted in (.'iirili....
liislricl, II. ('.:
(iiiiiinftni'iiig nf ii pn.-I plnnied on liie wesl
li.-inli of Ciiiio" Ki',',-1* iili'iul.-."Oli miles up from
tin-un,utii nnd 'j-iuili.' iibiivn llie big liigjuin,
nnd iiiiirki'd (I. .1. Nugle's' soiith-iinsl. corner,
th.-i.ei-noi'th 1(1 chaiu-,, ttif-nce west. li'Oeh.iin*.,
Ilieiifie sou Hi Kiel... ins, I hence oust I'M chains to
plnee of beginning,    j,
Diiled Ibis ���i'.illi daj'K.f April, IIK1.-I.
li. .1. NAflLIC.
Ali nnd fiiiiiiers .vvii'nl.i.cl on mill work
nt Ai'iovvliead. Address W. G. Lud-
gal.i.'.'Ai'i'Civvheiid, li. G. ';
TlOR ?.SALF..��� House   and   bit   vvilh
fiirnitiire.       Apply     ICootunay
Mail olliei- for, pnrlitiiliils.  .   ,     .   ,
VX for hatching;1 (/ook's Oiiginntor
stiiiin; ,$2.00 for 111; Iirst pri/.e winners
Vicl.pt in' show, Jjtlj.OO. Lockley Jones,
Mount Tolinic, Viclorin. V
"V YrANTFO-OnesetteiMind one dog-
VV ger for carriage in saw mill,also
lumber grader, boom men, bush men
and labnicis. Apply to Yiili'-Cnliiiiihiii
Lumber Go., Nakusp, li. G.   ,:
\-()TI('|.; is lii-i'i'l.y given I tun ll.irlv duvs nfler
..> iluli- I iiili-nil I,, npiily lu Ihi-Cl.ii-f ('.,...-
iuis-iiiiii-r of Lui.,1^ ,-tnd Vvorks ,for ii .-p.-cinl
li.-eit.-*-I" eul ..nd eiirry nvvny (imlier from lh.i
f.,Ih,wing ili-erib,.,l Inn.Is. -il.unled in Ivi-t
K.,..l',nny l>i-tricl. IPC:
('onimciiciiig ..(. n |���,.| ohmlcd on Hie i-ii-I,
bunk of ('uii",- Itiver .ju-l In-low llie inoiilhiif
llnrv.-y I'ri'i-k und murked II. (iri.jeiin'.- uurlii-
wi'-l euriiiT. Ilicn,.,, m.iiIIi pill cliniii.-. Iheiire
mi-l Hicliiiiii-. ll.i'iiiv, in,rlli H'O.eliiiiiii. Ilienci-
we-! liiehuin- lo iiiitinl |,i,,-t.
Dated thi- 111h day of April, ll-OIl.
It. OHOJfiA.N.
WANTFD TO SFLL-Tvvo houses'
nnd lots at rising town' of Gain-
borne; eneh propt-rty vvill let for $15 n
month: price on each properly $500.
For particulars apply lit oflice of Kool-
enny iMail.
WANT TO_Sl!.LL-One of lliu best
hotels in Koolenav; ifiind mini
can cleni $5,000 n year. l''or particulars
apply at oflice of Kootenay Mail.
-V VTA NT TO .SKLL-University   ed
V* il.ion of Shakcspejiii' ,vith illustrations and notes. 1'riee $22 on terms
nnmelv $2 cash and $2 per month. Apply at KootiMiay Mail.        '
\17ANTKD���The pei.si in who bor-
V n.vved y'libune II, Gonsolidat.od
.Stiitutes of British (Joluuibia, fiom the
library Of tbe Koolenay Mail oflice to
retui'ii same. ���


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