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Array (]i x^T^TuT^  Published in the Interests of Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trote Lake, lllecillewaet, Albert Canyon and Jordan Pass Districts.  -ISSTJ"E3"D   TnvV-IO"E3-J^-'*vV"-E!EIC ��������� 'WEIDlsrBSIDA.YS ' A.3STD    S^TTTIRID.A.-Z'S-  Vol.   I.     No    13.l/  REVELSTOKE, B.C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1897.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  ���������heppiu  H K6  -n  j}, 'T'H'K first thirs wise people think ot &  K\ 1     wh>-iiordcrinir Kooia hy mail lsth-5 A  ffl caune-iiy for busine-iH of chose they write j3  SS to. Tho reputntlr n we onjov forp.-ompt- vj  M*- j eas n.nl.o-eour Mail1 Order trade fortco [A  ^ aheud at a gratifying rate. X*  fO   Our Specialties -i��������������������������� fit  Groceries Dry Goods    . 8*  Liquors Boots and Shoes    S.  Cigars Men's Furnishings h  Crockery Tailoring &  * Dressmaking ^  M      HequesU for price l:sts and samples  Rj   receive prompt attention.  ������       Hudson's Bay Stores,  It. -       ....Calgary   G  HASiR.  CARLYON,  -AT-LAW,  Just unloaded, a carload,  consislin-r of  Cut Nails  Casing Nails  Wire Nails  Wire Finishing Nails  Moulding- Nails  Etc.���������all sizes  BARRISTER  SOLICITOR,  AND NOTARY PUBLIC.'  rOFFICE :   lfi.il building. Ilevolitoke, B C.  T. L. HAIG. .  ���������tsroTABT _?xr_3riXC  MINING, REAL ESTATE,  and General Commission Agent.  '   ��������� .Fire and Life Insurance.  Representative i flhe Kootenay  Smelting and- Trading .Syndicate.  Agent for Revelstoke; Trout   '  -  Lake and other Toicnsiles.  "You'll Do Well  By getting your watch  Repairing done with a  Competent workman at  Right prices.  M -iii orders are being  made a specialty, ana  receive prompt and  careful attention.  S. F. W. GAINER . . ,  High Grade Watch Specialist  j. r. -h:tjjjl~&��������� co.r"~  Successors to Hull Bros. * Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Re tall Dealers  in Beef. Pork, Etc.  KAMLOOPS   and   REVELSTOKE.  All orders in our line promptly filled.  On hand, complete stock of  Horse Shoes',  Horse Shoe Nails  Toe Calks  Round Iron, all sizes, r_ to i inch.  Square Iron, all sizes. _. to $ ihch. ;' ���������  Flat Iron, all sizes, I to 4 x i, 3, i.'  Bar Steel.     , . , -   >._  Octagon Steel,'Etc.    . _ ,  Sheet Copper, Galvanized Iron, Zinc, at  lowest prices.   , -  BOURNE BR9S.;  REVEL?STOKE STATiQN.-'  REMEMBER     .-���������_   :  that you cm b������7 goods throunrh us  bv mail as a-itiifae'tiirily as if you  v re h*-ro to buy in pin-R-'n , we  make a spr-ciol mint of Bivii g mail  '     01 iters prompt and ca.otul aitontion.  . Ju-t try u*.'  THOMSON BROS.' BOOKSTpRE,,'  Cai.oaky, Ai.iikkta. * '- '  . ROBT.' SAMSON"  1   ������ DEALER IN "  , .1'   y._i  CORD AND STOVE WOOD"  v atlowo t prices.   ��������� ,-_       >  ,    Draving of all kinds promptly  attended to.   Prices right.  REVELSTOKK, B.C.    '  BLACKSHITHING and JOBBINd,  PLUIIBING and PIPE-FITTING, '   TINSniTHINa-and-SKEET-IRON  WORK,  MACHINERY REPAIRED.,  Mining Work a  Specialty.  Root. Gordon,   -   Revelstoke Sta.  T0VNS1TE  -    NOTE AND COMMENT.  The 111111111 in the C.P.R. shops and  yard here aro very indignant at the  notice given them on Monday that  the company still considered the question of payment by the day or month  as unsettled and iindorYonsideratioii.  A former kick on the part of the men  resulted in payment by the clay for  February. On this plan men, who  were*' formerly getting bay * $10.00  per month and no overtime, were be-  gitminsr to draw over $50.CD This  seems to have caused some uneasiness  in the official world of the company,  with the result that the* concession has  been, practically withdrawn. The  Herald tUies not wonder that the  men are worked up over tho prospect  or a, possible reversion to the former  state of affairs, and entirely sympathizes with them, as theie can be no  doubt that the system of cltvy payment,  where so much over time and night  work is demanded is the fair and just  one.  CORRESPONDENCE.  , Mr. Haggen on Himself.  Tei the Editor uf the Herald.-  . Sir,���������Is not your main objection to  incorporation the strongesfreason in  favor of it? ,.You urge that the first  thing to be done is to clear up lhe land  titles. 'Is not a corporate hotly, vitally  interested in,the question, the most  powerful lever for bringing this about?  In Ros-sland a similar difficulty., exists,  but'Kossland is being incorporated,  and'you will see that the city council"  will soon havo tho question of titles  settled. I agree with yoii that the  qualification clauses of the Bill are  wrong, but a resolution from the people ot Revelstoke would probably have  secured the desired amendment in the  event of ".incorporation having been  ndopted. ..The majority have decided  otherwise, atid-L tor one, believe* in"  the minority loyally submitting to the  decision to the decision of the -majority. . '  '  Now, about your report of-tlie meeting, I regret having had to over-rule  your roporti*r's attempt to dictate the  -order ol'.huHiiriess/'its_-this ...is * evidently  the*}" 'reason*'-'for ".h's'~f-"Mll-nature'd  .report.. - My ...position as., chairman  was ii difficult''task.*-'owing" to'  a Wiint of knowledge* of "the rules of  debate on tho part of certain speakers,  aud also to the feeling displayed.' '".On  my. putting the issue to'the meeting  no one voted for the ameiidmei.t,'biit  seven'for thu motion, so that the former \vas lost. In watching the interruptions I -'overlooked -calling  simultaneously for the negative vote,  hut on this being pointed out I put ib  as soon as circumstances would admit.  About 11 voted against, so the motion  was lost. Yet you go out of your way  to say: "After Lnme hesitation' he consented to aelopt this view of ihe case."  You Will soon find that I have very  little hesitation about adopting anything that is right and in the public  _iiitertLst;_amljit_the_i*ieeting in question iuy desire as ch,iirniair"was~to"  give all parties fairplay.  I am, etc.,  ' * "  B.,A. Haggen.  Revelstoke, March 2nd, 1S97.  The Centre  of the  Lardeau  Mines  Still-a few lots left of the surveyed  portion   on  Victoria Avenue.  Prices :   ������110 inside and ������160  '' corner lots.  C. E. SHAW,  Revelstoke. General Agent.  Leave your orders for   ^read,    :     :      :  '}    Confectionery  F*trei  With     '  A..   *55T.  NOTICE  s'jvlit'h:,  Revelstoke Station  Take notice that 1 shall be present  at noon on March 10th in the Union  Hotel, Revelstoke Station, and will  softie all accounts against the Orphan  Boy Gold Mining Co., and that all  such accounts arei'required to be put  in hy that date. Further notice is  hereby given that the Orphan Boy  Gold Mining Co. will not pay any  account or accounts contracted by F  C. Whitney.  rnrStf ' J. W. Haskiks.  The'Coast Line Shelved.  ... t  To the Editor c>f The Herald :  Sir,���������The two marked copies of the  Victoria Colonist and'the'DailyNcws-  Advertiser will no doubt iilreaely have  come to your notice���������if not, 1 think  they should as your city is vitally interested in the construction oE a com  poling railway freim* the Crow's Nest  Pass to tho Coast, anel its " branches.  This shelving is one of the most impudent political jobs perpetrated with  British Columbia as tlie victim of the  eastern wire-pullers; and this with a  Liberal government.  The writer trusts lhat you will take  the cpiestion up iu the same zealous  way as-tlie Colonist, so as to make the  Dominion Government realize* that  British Columbia first of all belongs  to the British Columbians, and that  while the latter are willing to let the  ea������t participate fullv of- its feast of  wealth and plenty, they yet insist on  having a prior claim.'  j Britibii Columbia.  Victoria, March 1st, 1807.  THE'GREAT HORN   GROUP.  A Wonderful Ledge Believed to be   the  Mother Lode of Lardeau River.  This important group of claims is  situated cm the North Fork of the  Lardeau River. It has been stilted by  experts that, tbev believe this������ledge  to bo the mother lode of the-Lardeau  River country. The ledge is from 20 to  40 feet wide, being contact of slate and  lime and is traceable on the surface  for seven o'r eight miles, having been  located at one end on the Fish Creek,  and.at the other on tho Duncan slope.  There are in the neighborhood of 25  claims located on the ledge, all of  which have good surface shewings.  The , lead is a ,galena proposition,  carrying silver, lead nnd copper and a  small percentage of gold. : A - number  of the claims have been bonded to a  syndicate, whb intend to do considerable development work in tho spring,  which will no doubt prove beyond per-  adventure tho value of the property'.  DONALD.  Ore Shipments.  The following are the shipments of  ore through Revelstoke for the week  ending Feb. 2"  Rich   Discoveries  in the Blabeerry Dis-  . trict��������� Musical and Dramatic.  From Our Own Correspondent.  The'Donald Amater 'Dramatic Club  have decided to put on   "Not  such   a  fool as he'looks," an eccentric comedy,  in three acts, by Henry J. Byron  for  Easter Monday, the net proceeds to be  presented to tho Ladies' Aid   of St.  Peter's church.   The following , is* the  cast selected:     ,   ; . i i       ,       .  Dai.iel Yurgatroyd, money lender..".T. Stirrett  Fred Gran i ley, his clerk P. W. Piitmore  Sir Sii on simple, bart, his ward��������� S. lluttan  Mr. Moid, tiisrucs-.'iniwr T. H Dunoe  Felicia'Cr-i-ven, hisneice.. Mrs J. Til. t'attnor o  Mrs/Meiton...'....'..'.>.' Mrs C. Kiinpton  Mrs." Mould, Murgatroyd's washer woman  -j        ' .    .   ;. LMrs. Dunne  Messrs. Chas.. Baines and- W. G.  Neilson -purchased quarter interests  in two of tho lllecillewaet leading prospects last week. -  We.are 'expecting a. big rush ofipros-  pectors . in .oiuj,- town th-s spring, as  vei-y-favo'l'Abler'judications' 'have been  loc*_te*d*'in the Bluewater and--"Blae-  bei-ry districts, especially in the latter,  a general :i������-say .going much higher  than IllecillewactVleadirig mine.  Hewitt, Bostock, M. ,P., passed  through here last Wednesday en route  for Ottawa, .but owing tn boing pressed for time he was unable to stop off.  Some of the ladies are' trying to organize a Concert and Glee Club and  give a* series of entertainments  through the summer months, charging a small admission fee and giving  the surplus to a charity fund. We  hope lhat they may be successful a������  we have a lot ot good talent, in our  small_to_wn. and an undertaking of this  kind would be thoroughly ii'ppreciaTecV  by the music loving public. ' This  Glee Club together with tho Diamntic  Club's entertainments would make  our long summer evenings far moro  pleasant.  Thos. Needham. who had the misfortune to loose a part of his thumb  in ������ crane at Revelstoke the other day,  is progressing favorably.  Con. Barney Naso'n says "it is'a boy  this time."  _ Bob Barker has joined the henedicts,'  and Mr. 'Wlniley of Alton's bridge  gang follows suit next week.  A musical and magic lantern entertainment, was held at tho Oddfellow's  hull on Thursday evening tu a ".full  house, in aid of tho private school  here, in which the pupils look part  very creditably to their teacher Miss  Pitts. The'drill, marching and countermarching, was iiuile picturesque  and shewed the pains taken with  these small children. Mr. L. It. Johnson, locomotive foreman, took charge  of the lanterns and displayed a scries  of nearly (50 views, depicting a. trip  through" greater London, and winding  up with a few views of Canada. Most  of the views were explained to the  audience, and an enjoyable and profitable evening was spent by all.  MINING SENSATION.  Secretary of "Orphan Boy" Arrested For  Forgery of Stock, Which he -Sold  Below Ruling Prices.  Considerable excitement was manifest in mining circles, this morning,  over the arrest in this city l.isl. night,  of F. C. Whitney eif Revelstoke, secretary of the; Orphan Bey Mining Co.  The wairanlwiis issued on information  sworn out by J. *W. Haskins, president  of the company, lho charge boing lhe  serious one of forgery. ' II appeal's  that Mr. Haskins had gone lo S.in  Francisco to purchase* ������i ne*w stamp  mill for tho company, and, about the  same time, Whitne*y was married, and  went on his honeymoon trip. Subse-  sequently, he went to Spokane, arid  hud a large number of stock certificates printed, representing nearly  35.000 shares in the "Orphan Be'iy," to  which, it is alleged, he appended the  president's name, as well as his own  as seci otary. These ho sold, thiongh  brokers and others, at about -1 cents  per share.' This, alone, as then price  of "Orphan Buy" stock was 15 cents,  was enough to excite'siispicion.'as it  caused the price of lho genuine stock  to'drop fifty per cent.  On his return from the south, Mr.  Kaskins happened to see'some'of these  spurious share certificates in Vancouver,' and. at *ouco, pronounced them  forgeries, and clumsy ones-tit that.  He then ascertained that Whitney  was in this vicinity, and. tracing him'  up, he arrived in tlie - city,. yesterday  evening, aud located- him here.; 'He  then swore,out a warrant, for Whitney's arrest, and Sergeant Dillaliough  executed the same, and took his prisoner Jto Vanco'uver on the nine p. m.  tram.  Innocent -purchasers of the forged  stock will watch .with' .inteiest the  future proceedings.���������Columbian.   ���������      .,  THE CORLiSS ACT VETOED..  i  INSURRECTION OF GENDARMES  IN *"CRETE.  The Mutineers Fire on Their Officers���������  The Incorporation   Act   in' the   Provincial   Legislature���������The   Vancouver,"  Victoria and Eastern Railway.      ������������������  (Special to'the Herald.)1 ���������  Washington*, March "3.���������President'     *.  Cleveland toehiy sant to, the1 House :6f   '"'  Representatives a'message vetoing the"'*  Immigration  Bill.     In  this  message.     '  which is'a very lengthy one,  ho first ���������������������������'  deals with the proposal to add tea th*e  "���������'"  classes   excluded ��������� from" -tlie ..United. -'*  Stales all   illiterate   persons   over.'](J    i.   '  years of age, save the parents or grand,     ��������� .  parents of .qualified immigrants. '        ,   .    ;  DEATH OF GEORGE THOMAS.       \ , .  Sudden Taking'Off of a  Well" Known '  and Popular Railway   Man*,   j ,, ,  Nelson;*"  Mai*.    l.'^-Geo. ��������� Thomas.' "  '.  formerly baggage-man   at Revelstoke  and agent at Ro.bson aiicr-Three Forks - .<*-,'  died1 in ��������� hos'pital. hete today of. pneu-  iiioni-t. after a'brief illness:   He.leaves,,,. -'  a wife anti-one child..who aie -visiting' ,    (  in the east.      v. ',,.,     t    .     -   ,  , _   ,,,.   .  .. Nelsox."March.3.-,The;bi>d-fjof. tli^n<).  late "George: Thomas; of NelsouTileft bv,,., 7.  oxpress-yesterday, for, Glen ..Huron.   ,_-.  Ontario, where,,his, wife iind'^friends*, (.  reside.. -,    "  '    * '*.   "''>'.  THE NEW YORK '  MARKET.  ,'���������>���������'-   ���������  ABSTRACT OF-RECORDS.  NOTICE     .  As I intend to lr-avo town, owing to ill  health. Bbnnt tho l?t of March. 1 hereby  reetucst that nil de-bUd-n- mo ho settled before  that date, after which thoy will be placed in  tho hands of a collector.  |t     febKUf W. FLEMING.  Idaho :..  Enterprise   Slocan Star...  Idaho   Idaho   Slocan Star...  Slocan Star...  .40.000 lbs. $3,715  ... .80,000  ....40,000  .80.000  .40,000  5.022  1.502  2,008  ?.409  3,089  1,510  WANTED  Situation, hv general blacksmith. Adelri*ss l  "Blacksmith," care of -ilr.nii.o, Itc elptokc, I  B.C. 21131  Where to Buy or See " The Herald."  The Herald is kept on file and for sale at  the following places:  Revelstoke-F. B. Wells." Chas.-J. Aman,  Herald office.  Kamloops -W. T. .Slavin.  A"ancouvcr���������Thompson Bros.. Bailey Bros.,  B. C. Mining Record.  Victoria���������Cashmoro's Bookatore-  Ncw WcetniinsterrH. H. Lcnnic & ������2o,  Donald-P. T. Pattriore.  Calgary���������Linton B-os., Thompson llros.  Edmonton���������Cann & 'Co.        ***,  South Edmonton���������Frank Cowlcs.  Ferguson. B. C���������Alex.ICummicB.  Thomson's Landing���������W. H- Thomson.  Hojsland '��������� Rnbbins-S Long. ���������  ILLECILLEWAET.  Our  Local and Personal Mention   from  , '. Next Door Neighborhood.  From Our Own Corrcsponelesnt.  Sandy McRae has just returned  from a business trip to Donald.  The indications on the claim being  oponed up by S. and F. Anderson aie  said to be good.  The population of our town has been  augmented by the arrival of Mr. Geo.  Bristol and family from Pnlliser. We  expect more comers in the near future.  Walter Scott, .T. P., is around again.  We arc mourning the departure of  Jas. Cullen (Casstar), who is seeking  new pastures.  The tramway and concentrator at  Laurie are fast Hearing completion.  Honor roll or the public school.  Deportment���������Jessie Stewart 100; John  Stewart, Of); Sandy McRae. 07. Work  ���������John Stewart 81; Nellie Marshall 70;  Breta Peterson, 72; Alice Beyei 70.  From the Lardeau Mining District for  *  'Januaryand February.  f' "*agreements for balk..- --*". ��������� "  "'Betwee'n "H. N. -Boss, J. C. Wagner  and G.-'A.". Bigelow of-'the* first part,  anel 3. E. Boss of the second part for  the; Hunter & Trapper'nuneriil Claims.  Between D. Dove of the first part  and G. Clark of the second part.  Between J. Robertson of the first  part and S' C * Cheznui' and D. R.  Myers of ,the second part for the Kitsap mineral claim.  Between A. Erskinc and 11 Glendin-  ning of the first, part and F. 3. Smith  of the second part for the-Minnehaha,  Quiqueon. Quixote and Algoma, mineral claim.  BILLS OF SALE.  John -Wright to Mrs. J. Crawford  a half of one twelfth interest in the  Ottawa"mineral claiin.  John Wright to F. T. Abev one  sixbh-interesb in^the-Ottawti^.mineral  claim.    - . .'  F. T. Abey to R. N. James a half of  one twelfth interest in the" Ottawa  minerial claims.  J. S. Dolcottto B. C.'Tiuv Houghton  one ninth interest in the Excelsior and  Iron Cap mineral-claims. ���������'  L.-P. Peterson to 11. N. Boss one  third interest in the Hunter & Trapper  mineral claims.  LI. N. Boss to J. C. Wagner one sixth  interest in the "Hunter & Trapper  claims.'   '  .1. C. Wagner to R. Dove one sixth  interest in the Hunter & Trapper min-  01 al claims.  L. 1'. Peterson lo ,T. C. Wagner one  thiid interest in the Trapper mineral  claim.  It. Dove lo .1. li.Boss ono sixth in-  ten-st in the Hunter mineral claim.  11. Dove lo J. J". Boss one sixtli interest in theTriippcr mineral claim.  J. Dixon to D. lliigknejr full interest  in the* Iron Mask No. '2. mineral claim.  II. B. Cosarto D. Hackney full interest in the Mammoth No. 2 mineral  claim.  D. Hackney to J. It. Cassin one half  interest in the Carbonate King. Iron  Mask No. 2 and Mammoth No. 2 mineral claims.  Ii. P. Peterson to II. Boss one third  interest in Trapper mineral claim.  .1. C. Wagner to H. Buss one third  interest in Hunter mineral claim.  J. Wright to Mrs. Crawford full' interest in tho Dublin mineral claim.  J." Wright to F. T. Ahoy'one quarter  interest in Bulfast mineral claim.  Power of attorney from J. Carlyle  to C Molson.  K. W. Nettloton to II. E. Graves one  sixth interest the Goldsmith and Surprise mineral claims.  ���������    LOCATIONS.  Juvenile mineral claim located by  D. G. Hackney.  Belfast mineral claim located by J.  Wright.  .Today's^Quotatiqns .in the  Metal, Mar-  -     '    . -       ������   .1 _ket.->      ,; ,, ,: 3,,.,  _ New YoRKi Mar. 3.���������Bar 'silver. CUt,;  Lead, strong, brokers $3.05; exchange"!  S3.32i: to $3.37i.;-" ..*. .. ���������      *.. V      .v i.u  THEPROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE'������ ,  ','������������������   ���������   '     <'������������������.-. -   '-������.-.._*-..-;s . *>  The -House,   at-Work  ^Incorporating,.   .  'Rossland._'Nelscn aad Grand Fork3._-.i~.-_-_  Victoria, /March  3.���������In' the-ho.use' " .  today, "on, consideratie'vi of(thecrep^ort'.!' .'  fi 0111 the. committee of the. whole '.on V*  the bill to expedite the t incorporation^', \  of Rossland,-Nelson and Grand- Forks",ij;'.-i  Mr;'Rogers moved- an* amendment .to "i-t,  the effect that the'borrowing by-laws"   <���������  which the'council are for" tH's' year '-'  only.to have power'to  pass, without '  submission to the ratepayers, shall be' ���������,.'',-  subject to.the approval of .the,.Lieu-,,,(,  tenant Governor in council.' Attorney v'i,  General Ebei ts supported the propo'si-vi'-'*  tioli,v   which   Mr.   Cotton ' anel   *Mr.'-'!;'*  Soinlin stiongly opposed..       '       ''!''.!. >  Pieinier , Turnery said    that    hej_;f' \  thought-it tighb,that__tli_e_ government. ;.,_  should  .have   the   contiol   until- .-the .  municipal  act comes into force next- '������������������  year. ' --"-" i'  After    ' further ' discussion,' ' Mr:"- ��������� *  Rogers' proposition was defeate'd on a '  vote of 0 to 17.'1;       ,'' ...'"','     ,';_('  ,'Another    amendment    was',, then  moved b'y Mr. Rogers, providing that ,  the cities before_ operating their own  waterworks, must .acquire any. Such,  works at present, existing. _      *     ''.'  Mr. Cotton showed the impropriety  of such .111 'addition  to   the bill.'and'' '  after a non-committal address by the  Piemier,   the ' amendment  was' de--  featcd. '  The   Attorney   General revived his,  mol.iein    negatived   in   committee   to  include lot liiO within the incorporated  limits of Nelson, and this time it was  adopted.  The Ilouse adjourned at 1:20 p. in.  The Bill introduced yesterday by Mr.  Booth, names iis tin*  incorporators of  the Vancouver.' Victoria anil Eastern  Railway and Navigation -Co., Messrs.  Wm. Templeton and Wm. L. Nicol,     .  of Vancouver. Geo. L. Milne and J. T.  Bethune, of Victoria, and Alex. Ewen,  of New Westminister. ,     '     ������    .  FERGUSON.  Mining Notes From the  Centre   of the  Trout Lake District.  They have started a winze on the  crosscut at the Sunshine.  Andy Ward is packing to the Silver  Cup arid Sunshine claims.,  Andv Craig is hauling ore from the  Great Northern to Arrowhead.  The ice is good from The msou's  Landing to Arrowhead.  THE   SITUATION IN   CRETE.  The   Gendarmes  Mutiny  and  Imprison  Their  Officers.  Caxea, March 3.���������The Gendarmes  j composed of Albanians and Bosnians  yesterday refused to go on duty and  today they ssizeel their | officers and  imprisoned them in the Governor"--  palace, the reason being it is claimeel  that the officers had received their pay  and intended to leave the Island.' The*'  otlicers tried to escape imd the mutineers fired upon them.. , ||  Revelstoke Markets.  Retail���������Oats,S30'pcr ton: butter, tub,  elaiiy 23c., creamery *2Se.; potatoes  $:i0 per tein: hay, tiiiiothyiuicl clover.  r-riJ per ton; wild hay. $17; beef, by the"  caica=e, G":c.; egg"-, by the case. 23c.-  pcr doz. - " "     1  ,  ���������H Revelstoke   Herald  JOHNSON  to PKTTIVIECK  Proprietors and Publishers  A Seinl-Wc-okly Journal, published in tho  Merest* of Revelstoke and tho surrounding  filrlct, Wednesdays and Saturdajs, making  oseat connections with all trains.  Advertising Kates: Display ads. 51.SO per  column inch. f2.1)0 porlncliwhenlnsDrtedontltJo  ].������ge. Legal ads.. 12o per (nonpareil) lino for  urst Insertion; 80 for each additional Insertion.  J loading notices, 15c per line oach issuo. Birth.  .Carriage and Death notices, free.  .Subscription Rates: By mull or carrier. ?2.00  p������r annum ; J*l,25 for six months, strictly m  elvonce.  our Job Department: Tint IlKitAi.n Job  Department is onu of tlio best equipped  vrintlng onlccs in West ICootcnay, anel In prepared to execute all kinels of printing In llrst  v ass style at honest prices One prlco to all.  .**. o Job too large���������nono too small���������for lib. Mall  i.relers promptly attended to. Glvo us 11 trial  1 n your next ordor.  i'o Correspondents: Wo Invite correspond-  mice on any subject of Interest to tho gcnural  l-nblic, anel eleelro a reliable* rcgnlnr corrcs-  1 undent In every locality surrounding  itevelstoke. In all coses 1)10 bona lido iismo  nr the writer must accompany manuscript, but  i.ot necessarily for publication.  AddruBs all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revolstoko, B. C.  WEDNESDAY.     MARCH  1S'.)7.  WAR SCARE  BILL   INTRODUCED   INTO  AMERICAN SENATE  THE  THE    KINGDOM    OF   SPAIN  WILL IT   WORK  The proposal of Lady Aberdeen  to    celebrate     Hor       Majesty's  diamond jubilee by the collection  ot one million dollars for the formation of the "Victorian Order of  Home Helpers, has not   been  received with enthusiasm by a large  ���������section of the Eastern press.    One  )iaper doubts the wisdom oi' spending a million dollars  to  increase  the  supply  of  Canadian' nuises,  ���������who are now so plentiful that they  must    emigrate   to  the    United  States and be sent back C. O. D. in  due course by Mr. De Barry and  other    immigration      alienators.  Another  paper claims that what  we really want i.s a society for tbe  purpose of amalgamating men and  women into  one     human    race,  leaving the "higher ideal" to look  but for itself.    A facetious writer  in,another journal   suggests   the  formation of a Victorian Order of  Henpecked Husbands as a sort of  sister or brother  society to  the  Home  Helpers,   with His   Excellency  the Governor   General    as  President.     Even    the   National  Council of Women has not been  free'from criticism, and tho statement has  been made that its usefulness will depart with the present Governor  General  and    his  family. . The  Toronto  Telegram  lias the following candid opinion,  which will doubtless  draw down  ��������� on its devoted head the wrath of  many devoted adherents   of  the  Aberdeen movements:  ���������'There ��������� are t great many  Canadians who believe that this  National Council" of Women is  elevoid of usefulness, unless n  caoacity for supplying ladies with  official titles and excuses for  attending conventions is proof of  usefulness. Canadians, or at least  many Canadians, are just a little  wearied at this half concealed  assumption that they are an  honest peasantry to be urged to a  higher field of thought and action  by the kindly .stimulus of aristocratic patronage. The sixtieth  anniversary of Queen Victoria's  coronation is in danger of being  turned into a burlesque by the  formation of the Royal Order of  ~Victoria~H6me~Hel_5ers1 The idea  may become a fad, but its promoters are inspired mainly by the  approval of a distinguished  persouage, who must shortly  leave the country, and whendier  active interest is withdrawn, the  foundations of the royal order will  elisappear."  One thing at all events is  certain. Lady Aberdeen means  well, and deserves credit for her  efforts to improve the condition of  tbe -people of Canada. But  whether she will succeed in  ncbieviug that desirable object by  the present means is altogether  another question.  Is the Country With Which the Declaration Deals ��������� Senator Sulzor, of  New York, Behind the Movement���������  A  Memorable  Day for  Yankeeism  Washington, February 26. ��������� The  Senate was storm swept today by such  a passionate debate, such extraordinary demonstrations in the crowded  galleries, anil such dramatic personal  exchanges between conspicuous figures  of the Senate as to make the day one  of lhe most memorable in the annals  of the upper branch of Congress.  Cuba was the theme of discussion.  Representative Sulzor, of New York,  introduced in the House a bill declaring war between the .Kingdom of  Spain and her colonics and the United  Slates of America and their Territories, and that the President is authorized to use the whole of the land aud  water forces of the United States to  carry the same into effect, and to issue  to till private armed vessels for the  United States commissions or letters  of marc.uo and pcneral reprisal in such  form as he shall think proper, and  tmiler seal of the United States,  against all vessels, goods and effects of  the. Government of the said Kingdom  of Spam aud subjects thereof.  THE POWERS  CAME TO DECISION ON CRETAN  QUESTION  BUYING RAILS  AN AGREEMENT ANNOUNCED  NOT READY  FOR     PROVINCIAL    AUTONOMY  SAYS PREMIER HAULTAIN  Mr. T. 0. Davis, M. P. protein  for Saskatchewan, has allowed his  e-liarges against the Prince Albert  Electric Light Company for  failing to hang out the necessary  Mangle to drop. Mr. Davis has so  little faith in the great unpaid  and as a rule unqualified magistracy that he has remedied the  evil to the best of his ability by  having himself appointed as  Justice of the Peace. His antag-  niiist'* may seek to deprive him of  ihe- Justice, but they should  certainly make him keep the  Peace.'  A certain personator at South  Brant on polling day, was caught  in the act and chased into the  Liberal committee room by a constable who found on the person of  his prisoner a bottle of liquor  which was pronounced by a fairly  ������ood expert to be whiskey. For  the defence it is suggested with a  flavour of North Western innocence that the contents of the  bottle were methylated spirits and  peppermint for the purpose of  Thawing out gas pipes. This is  rather rough on the vocal organs  of the prohibitive orators who  frequented the committee rooms.  RECOGNIZES    CONCESSIONS  Made to the North West Territories in  Years Past���������He is Against Adhering Eastern Assiniboia to Manitoba  ���������Will Ask for an Executive Council  Ottawa, February 20. ��������� Premier  Hauitain is in tho city on business  with the Government in connection  with Territorial alfairs. He recognizes the concessfons- made to the  Territories in lato years from the constitutional standpoint, but being asked  what his view was with regard to  complete provincial autonomy he replied that the Territories were not  ready for it. Neither i.s he in favour  of any portion of the Territories being  added to Manitoba. He points out  that all the machinery of government  in the North West now applies to the  Territories as a whole, and that if a  portion of Eastern Assiniboia were to  be transferred to Manitoba it would  destroy the system of government as  it now exists. Premier Hauitain will  ask for a change in the Notth West  Territories Act to permit of the appointment of an Executive Council for  tho Territories in place of the Executive Committee, such Executive Council to be chosen by any member ol the  Legislature who may be entrusted by  the Lieutenant Governor with this  duty.  Salisbury and Balfour Give the Terms  to Parliament Today���������The London  Chronicle Excited���������Greeks can do  Their Own Fighting, George Says  London, February 25.���������In the House  of Lords today Lord Salisbury renly-  ing to Lord Duiiraven on the Cretan  question stated that the following declaration of policy had been forwarded  to the courts of the great powers by  England:  1. The establishment of an administrative autonomy in thc_ Island of  Crete as a necessary condition.  2. Subject to the above condition  Crete ought in their judgment to  remain a part of the Turkish empire.  3. Turks and Greeks shall be informed by the powers of this resolution.  ���������1. If Turkey or Greece should, when  recjuircd, persistently refuse to withdraw their military and naval forces  from the Island, then the powers  should impose their decision by force  upon the State so refusing.  London, February 21.���������A despatch  to the Daily Mail from Athens says:  "Tho Greek army is leaving Platania,  fearing the capture of their guns by  the foreign marines.  It is reported on good authority  that the sultan has ordered 17 divisions of tbe army to be mobilized for  the purpose of enabling hiai with tho  regulars to put 200,000 men in the  field, SO.COO each against Greece and  Bulgaria and the remainder as a  reserve.  The King of Greece has published a  message enjoining the people of his  country to remain calm and dignified  and to repose confidence in the government. This message becomes  necessary on account eif the growing  excitement since the bombardment.  Today's special despatches indicate  little change 111 the Cretan situation.  The foreign squadrons still practically  blockade the island by pi eventing any  communication with the camp. -  London, February 21.���������Hon. George  Goschen, first lord of the admiralty,  speaking tonight announced that the  powers had arrived ��������� at an agreement  concerning Crete, which he said Lord  Salisbury and Hon. A. J. Balfour  would explain fully in parliament  tomorrow.  The Chronicle in an article this  morning in big type and a scare  heading calling on the nation to take  active steps in the Ctetan situation.  Says the Chronicle: "Organize, agitate, and denounce tho dishonour  of England's flag by its .association  with the Sultan aud the coercion of  Greece."  NO  I'OKEIC.N AID  Canea, Februaty 25.���������King George  of Greece has sent the following message to the Greek army: "The king  in the present critical circumstances  relies for aid on his nation, the officers  and the army, and upon no foreign  armv."  The C. P. R. Makes a Large Purchase  of Steel Rails.  Pittsbukr, February 25.���������The  Canadian Pacific Railway, it is stated  on good authority, has purchased sixty  thousand tons of steel rails. The purchase is one of the largest ever made  by a single line in one lot.  IMPERIAL BANK  ���������OF CANADA  Head Oflice, Toronto  Paid Up Capital  Reserve    -   -  $1,963,600  1,156,800  Directors  H. S. Rowland,  President   '  T.R.Memtt, Vice Pres., (St. Catharines)  William Ramsay, Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner,  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Branches  North "Wesl and British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Essex  Fergus  Galb  Ingersoll  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  Ontario  Niagara Falls  Port Colborne  Rat Portage  Saulb St. Marie  St, Catharines'  Vancouvei  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  St. Thomas  Toronto  Welland  Woodstock  Disease  Some Symptoms and Results:  shows  long  FOR THE   QUEEN'S JUBILEE  Scheme to Send Over Twenty-Five  Canadian Born Members of the  Mounted Police ��������� Their Splendid  Mounts���������A   Good   Ad.   for  Canada  London. February *i*>.���������The Canadian government is being strongly  urged by friends of the; force here  to include a detachment of the  North West .Mounted Police in the  representatives of the Canadian  forces winch* it is said v. ill be sent to  London for the Queen's jubil ee celebration. Twenty-five Canadian born  members ot this magnificent mililarv  force, mounted on then* splendid  :3Ye_s_teTn_bred_Jior_'_s.___y h i ch_ Al berta.  can supply from her ranges in any  number for the Imperial army, would  be the best advertisement Canada has  yet had in England.  A TUSSLE IN  THE  CABINET  On Matters Pertaining to the Control  of the Crew's Nest Railway���������Blair  is for Government Construction���������  Others for a Transcontinetntal   Line  Ottawa, February 25.���������It is understood that the Government's tariff bill  will retain the principle of protection  by placing England and other pari.*,  of the British Empire on a "most  favoured nation" platform,  crow's nest railway tw.k.  Ottawa. February 25.���������There i.s a  lively tussle going on in cabinet, circles  over the Crow's Nest Railwav charter.  Hon. A. (>. Blair, since his visit to the  Kootenay country, has become nn  ardent advocate of Government construction and operation of the road,  and he is therefore opposed to'the  Canadian Pacific Railway I'ompanv  securing it. ��������� On the other hand it 1=  apparent that a majority of the  Ministers are in favour of a big transcontinental company building the  proposed line.  Ji Iw-iiys'Yi'WTnhcJ-.  She���������Are  you  very  lucky at cards?  IJc���������Very   lucky.     I   always   win.  She   (archly)���������How  about   love?  Pie  (promptly)���������Just as   lucky.   1   noways lejse.  l-'xpciiillonary.  Giloa���������So 'he's broke:' again. Hew in  the world did Jis go throug-h all his  inom-y ?  Mwrrlitt-^TTe didn't. SomclXKly wont  through him.  311 thn Walrlit-H (>r thu Nilflit.  He���������I ".'-ish J hail a gun. Evidently  that cat thinks he can  sins'.  She   (drowsily)--Very likely,    He  the canary this morning.  ale  That Wat lilt nnnin������������n.  First Undertaker���������T had to bury ���������>  Tat man to-day.  Second Undertaker���������That was e.ui.u  an undertaking.  The Othi-r Way Aroiinel.  Wobbling Will���������Did yer find cr'dawg  at ther house -on the hill?  Hungry Hank���������He didn't give me er  chance ten. _. _.'__ ~  THE   GREAT   BRITISH   EMPIRE  A correspondent has compiled for  the Kingston Whig the following the  following array of facts to illustrate  the viistnesb of the British empire:  Half the ships in the world are  British.  The best of them can be converted  into ships of war in -IS hours.  We have a million soldiers in India,  Some of them have been brought to  Malta.  As the sun rises, the British drum  beat follows it round the world.  We can travel entirely around the  world without leaving the British  empire.      _     . _      ___ _.     .       . _    .  :.  The British navy is as large as that  of J* ranee, Germany and Russia combined.  There are -WO.OOfJ.OOO of people in the  British empire.  It is wiitl that our Queen would have  to live another 70 years to enable her  to see them all pass before her night  and day for all tli.il time.  She is the gri:at".st Mohammedan  ruler in the world.  God save the Queen is sung in 20  languages.  The* total value of the United King-  elom im now s-iiel to lin$.7>,iW.iy)0..yy).  Added lo thiM several thousand  million,* are Investcil outside of the  country.  We own one fourth of the railways  in the ir-iitee! Ki;il������"..  And half the railways in South America.  We own the l.iive'M pail of North  America, that i--, I aiuul/i.  Olive .Schre'iner. authoiiw, of An  African Farm, niivs that if any big  jniifoi'tuno were to happen to r'ngliincl.  SO.IXiO.wy) of English speaking people  in other countries would leap to their  feet.  There are 1.000 milts of tramways in  the British isle*.  (.'ro-mii, of ancient times, possessed  about four millions of 0111 money.  Neither of the ancient empires,, like  that of Persia, Green, or ltorne', were:  er-ual in size and wealth to tbe British  Empire of today.  London is as large ?3 Now Vork,  Paris and Berlin combined.  It is 00 miles in circumference:.  There arc. as many inhabitants as  there are in Sweden.  Each morning I here are as many  men go into London on lni.sirie-ss as  there were who fought in Waterloo in  1815.  It costs five millions a year lo provide their dinner.  Eleven millions a year are apent on  charitable objects.   |j  There are OH hospitals.  EXTRA SESSION OF U.7S. SENATE  Washington, February 25.���������The  President has issued, a proclamation  calling an extra session of the Senate  to conyenc at 12 o'clock on March I.  Agents in Great Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank, Ltd., 72 Lombard St., London,  with whom money may be deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to any  of above branches.  Agents in the United States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St. Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards l'eceived and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased. -  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United ' States, ��������� Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand,-etc.  .   A. R. B. HEARN, '���������'  Manager Revelstoke Branch.  Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1835  Paid up Capital    ���������  Rest Fun.d   -  Head Offiee-  .$2,000,000  -    1,375,000  -Montpeal  BOARD OP DIRECTORS .,  John H. R. Molson, President  S. II. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finley   W.M.Macpherson  J. P. Cleghorn ,  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. ManagPi  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  H. Lock'wood, Assistant Inspector  The   bank  receives on    favourabl:  terms the accounts of individuals,���������n_s,  bankers  and   municipal   and   olhe  corporations.  Interest allowed   on   deposits   at  current rates. '  English  and" American    exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES :  Ayltner, Ont.  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meaford, OntT  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisburg.Ont.  Norwich, Ont. ���������  CALGARY BRANCH  Geo. C   McGregor Wgp  WINWH.JP'KG ISlt.lVCIi.  T. e. Phepoe, Manager  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont.  Bridgetown, Ont.  Smiths 'Falls, Ont  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Ont.     \_ .  TdrohtoJunc'n,Ont  Trenton, Ont.      *  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstock.Ont  Winnipeg, Man  A tongue with fissures  kidney derangement of  standing.  When the gums' are obscured  and recede from the teeth, running  sores on any part of the body, ears  discharging, inflamed eyelids, salt  rheum, erysipelas, blood poiscming  and most cases of ' dropsy and  eczemas indicate refuse left in the  body by inactive kidneys. ShakiDg  palsy, a jerking of the eyes or head  as seen in the aged, St. Vitus  dance, locomotor ataxia and many  cases of rheumatism are caused by  a tension of the nerves caused in  the beginning by the kidneys.  Bright's disease and diabetes,  opposite conditions, have 0 their  cause in the kidneys.  Catarrh and other diseases of the  bladder are caused by" the kidneys  doing defectivo work, leaving the  urine in an inflammatory state.  Gravel, weak ankles, hands and  feet always wet with perspiration,  and many cases where there is a  lack of perspiration, are abnormal  conditions - caused by " abnormal  kidneys.  Varicocele, varicose veins and  milk leg originate in defective  kidneys.  Curvature of the spine, in. old or  young, and gout, are caused by  deposits from the fluids of the body,  which .should be carried away, by  the kidneys.  , A cough or a fever may come  from; congested kidneys. Constipation and female troubles may  arise from the same source..  Paraplegia i3 often the result .of  weak kidneys. Paralysis of half or  the wholo body may have its first  cause in the kidneys.  We see here quite a formidable  array of troubles which may be  originated or fostered by- these  prominent organs of excretion and  and we can readily see the great  necessity for keeping this avenue  for the expulsion of effete matter,  highly charged as it r. is with  chemical poisons, free and open.  Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Orders* Promptly Attended To.  f22-tf         PROFESSIONAL  w.  JJ. McKKCHNIK. I'  (n. 11., si. n. c. M.)  Physician anil Surgeon.  Office In  K. Bamson'B house) (next Frosby-  torlan   Church).      Culls   hy    telephone    or  t/desrraph promptly attended to.   Olllee hours:  3-30 to 11 a m., 1:30 to 1 and 7 to S p.m.  Bkvec������toke      -     ���������      BniTisn Columbia.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST CHURCH - Rcvclatoke.  i'i Preaching nervlces at 11 a.m. nnd 7:39  p.m.ii ClaiB mooting at the close of tho  morning ncrvlco. sabbath School nnd Blblo  Clam at 2:30 p.m. Wcokly prayer meeting  nvory Wedncnnay evening at 7:30 p.m. Tho  publio aro cordially Invited.   Soils fruo.  11KV. J. A. WOOD, Pastor.  DREBBTTKfllAN   CHUKCH-Revola  JC    Borvico  every  SitDrtay cvoninu:   at "���������:���������*)  p.m.     nib'o CliBS  at   2-30   p.m.,   to  which  all aro welcomo.  M. OZDDE3, B.  A., Missionary.  HOI.V  THINITV CHURCH ���������Bovelstoko  Preaching   Bcrvlcos   cvory   Sunday at  YOLLAND, Rector.  II a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  REV. P.  WOMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH ��������� Revel-  1\. Btoko. Mass every Sunday morning  at 10*30 a.m.  REV. FATHER PEYTAVI>*.  Extracts from Mining Laws of British Columbia  1. Any person over 18 yearn of ugo or any  joint Btook oompany, or foreign company, can  obtain a frco miner's cortiucnte, for one or  moro years, paying 11 feo of ?5.t)0 for each year.  2. A free iniLcr cun nt any time obtain a  certillcato conimoncing to run at the expiration  of hiB then existing certificate, by paying tho  regular feo and producing such existing  corliucato.  3. A free minor's certillcato is not transferable.  i. Any person or joint stock company,  mining or working on a mineral claim  without Uavinff tuken out a free miner's  corlilleate in liable' to puy a penalty not  exceeding 925, and costs.  5. No person, or joint, r-tock company,  can hold any right or interest to or in any  mineral claim, unless I10 or it shall huvo a freu  minerscortillouto unexpired.  ���������  Should any co-owner fail to keep up his free  miner s corttlleatc, Ills interest becomes vested  in bis co-ownorB,  A shareholder in a jointstoek company need  not bo a frco miner.  0. A freo minor, during tlio continuanco of  his certificate, but no longer, has the right tei  enter, looato, prospect and mlnn upon any  ivasto lands of tha Crown, for all mlnorald  oilier than coal.  7. A free miner may hold not moro than ono  mineral claim on lho samo vein or lode,  except by purchase  8. A frco minor may kilt gamo for his own  use whtlo prospecting or mining.  9. A freio miner shall have all the rights and  privileges granted to freo miners by tho  "riacer Mining Act."  10. A freo miner's interi'st. in his mineral  claim���������save os locla'ius held as rcalcBtatt���������  Is a chattel interest.  . LOCATING   MlNKltAT, CLAIMS.  1. A mineral claim must not exceed 1,500  foot in length by 1,5'JO fool in breadlh.  2. All angles must bo right angles.  3. Tho claim must bo marked by Iwo legal  pnbts. numbered 1-aud 2, pluced a3 nearly  as possible on the Una ot the] lodu or  vein, und not mora than 1 500 feet apart.  i. A lofral post, marked ''Discovery Tost"  mu?t also bo placcaon the lodo .where It wa  discovered.  5. Tho lini from 1 to 2 must ho ellKlinctljp  marl-od by blazing trees, cutting undt-rbrueL-,  or Planting posts.  (1. Locations m.ielo on Sunday, or any public  holiday, ure not for lhat reason invalid.  "Guide to the Mines  Preventative and curative treatment for the kidneys should be  These-pills are now~allowed"by"  physicians and people who. should  know to be the best and leading  kidney pill upon the market. They  can hardly be called .a patent  medicine becauso their formula has  been submitted to tho leading  physicians aud are themselves the  result of years of study of one of  New York's most pronounced and  successful doctors.  For that dead tired gone.feeling  there is no tonic equal to  A person feels languid, useless,  tired, fit for nothing, a feeling as if  one would fall all together into a  heap and it is a sign of a run down  conslitution. When people aro  that way there is only one really  sure and positive tonic and that  tonic is SIMPSON'S KIDNEY  PILLS. Get them and take no  others. Unscrupulous people will  try and persuade you to take  something else. Bo suspicious  of such persons.  50c pep Box, 6 fop $2.50  SOLD BY  uamm  CALGARY.  of Britisl] Golumaia"  With Illustrations.  Now in courso of publication.   Tho necessity  of the Times.  (Edited by E. A. HAGGEN.)  A volume of SCO pages, .fcunlnluiiiR tho  following information:  History of the mineral discoveries of lho  province   -  ���������Nature of tho discoveries and methods cf  treactnent.  Locations of tho various nnde.  "UeanB of access to the llelds.  Railroad, steamboat, stage and hotel fares.  Hints to prospectors.  Tho mining laws und procedure to sccuro  claims.  List of mining ' companies operating iu  British ��������� Columbia, their stocks, properties,  ollicers and places of business.  Directory of e-mcltern. mines in operation,  tin: plant, workings and class of ore produced.  Maps Bhowing locality and routes .to mining  districts.  Subscription:  Paper Cover, $1.00 Per Copy.  Cloth Binding. $1.59 Per Copy.  F. McCarty  Wholesale and Retail  Dealer in: ,  Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught Horses.  RovelstoJso Station  B. C.  JVhen^in_3-.*vncouy_eiustop_at^.tho^  Gold House  Free bus nt all trains.  Comfortable  and iirst-class   in  every respect.  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FOSTER'S VIEWS ON  PUBLIC QUESTIONS  He  Deplores the Present Attitude of  the United States and Thinks it  Will Lead to Retaliatory Legislation���������Canadian Smelters  Rossland Miner: Hon. George* li,  Foster, ex-Minister of Finance, paid n  visit to the Centre Star nuue Tuesday,  having gone through the Le_ Roi anil  "War Eagle works the day previous.  When he returned Tuesday afternoon Cnniidii must, elo  from his trip he was asked to give his  opinion of those great properties. "I  cannot say any tiling at tlie present  time,'' was his reply. "1 am milking  a trip through the Boimclay country  and the Rnsslnud, Slocan and Nelson  districts, gaining nil the knowledge 1  can of mines aud mining from conversations and personal observations-, and  cannot express any decided opinions  ^ with reference to my impressions ol  the country until I have finished my  tour. Then I shall be prepared to give  my views, and from what I iTave  gleaned up to the present I do not  think they will be unfavourable to the  country."  "Then for the fntin being you have  given up politics for mining?"  "Well, one is bound to have one's  interest captivated by the chief interest of the locality, and here that undoubtedly is mining. Of course 1 retain my interest in politics, and I have  soon to return to Ottawa to take up  the business ot the session."  "What do you expect will be the  leading question of the coming Parliamentary session:-'"  "As to what course legislation will  take do you mean? That is ns unde-  eiiled in liiy mind,us I think it is in the  mind of the Government itself,*' he  said with a smile.  A RETALIATORY TARIFF.  "Is it-likely that attempts will be  made to retaliate on the United States  in tariff matters?"  "I think it is. We may have the  recommendations of the "United States  ways and means committee to Congress to guide us in that respect, but I  do not look for a completed tariff to  be passed by Congress during our session. The probabilities are that there  will be a long discy-ission, if nob in the  lower House in the Senate. The last  tariff revision took nearly two years.  Of course this will take a much shorter  period.  '.'But I think enough is known of the  temper of the dominant party in the  states to conclude that the tariff passed will be verv closely on the lines of  the old McKinley tariff."' The protection which was somewhat scaled down  in the Wilson bill on lumber and agricultural products, and on metals, will,'  without doubt, bs very considerably  raised, It goes without saying Unit  wool will uo longer be on the free list,  and a corresponding addition will I e  made in the rates' on manufactured  articles.''  DISGRACEFUL LEGISLATION.  -' "And wliat about tho alien clauses  of the immigration bill, Mr. Foster?"  "The alien clause is simply a disgraceful piece of legislation for any  country. The thing that 'I most regret is" that the   self  respect  of the  Canadian people will very likely drive  them to legislation in kind, which I  would deplore, nnd yet hope will not  become neeessniy. But there conies  a time when this'se>lf respect of a people can no long.-r permit it to be legis-  lateel against, when it must stand* up  tor its own people and give as good or  as bad as it receives.  JIEANS CANADIAN   SMELTUUS  "In soinn tvspects the ways and  means rnnunitl.i-i-'s proposal to "restore  the McICmley duty on lead will strike  at tho interests of'United States smelters. In that respect they would  rather be without it, but 1 am afraid  tlie lai'ilf will be'persisted in. If it is,  'ut own producing  and market her own prdimct. The  gre.it bodies nf ore that arc developed, (he cna icsoiu'cos" we have close  at hand, find the, el liferent varieties of  of ore that are ii nd will no doubt, continue to be found, will make it possible to do our own smelting and leliniug  and have all the profits that accrue  therefrom."  NEW MINING LAWS  Edward Little, ������ carpenter, w is  frozen to death in Winnipeg on Monday night.  Hon. Dr. Borden is reported fo he  about to resign his potll'olio. Since  his recent accident his health lias been  very poor.  Canada's trade for 181X5 was SS30.-  000,000. Her exports to Great Britain  amounted to .$00.01*0,000, and to the  United States $-l-t,000,0(JO.  ��������� Blondin, the rope walker, is dead.  He was 73 years old. was tho first man  to cross Niagara Falls on a rope, and  never used liquor or tobacco.  Or.e of the greatest drawbacks to  the Kossland camp is the low grade  ores, w ch under the present conditions will not pay tor smelting. W.lt.  Rust, a smelting man of Tacoma. h'tis  been experimenting, however, and be  claims that by a new method of concentrating these ores can be woiked at  a, profit and that $0 ore would pay  handsomely.  Iu his examination before the Parliamentary committee on Monday  Cecil Rhodes stated that he did not  see any difference between the cases  of Crete and the Transvaal, "Except  the Cretans, who have the popular  sympathy of England, arc foreigners  claiming civil rights,*- whereas in  Transvaal they were our countrymen  seeking civil rights."'  Some Features of the New Companies  Act in British Columbia-- Registration Charges  The British Columbia Legislature  is engaged in an elfort. to improve the  law regulating mining and other companies. The Attorney General has  introduced nn act. containing among  other radical features, a clause reejuir-  irig ten per cent ot the capital ot a  company to be paid up before a charter  is granted.  There is very general opposition  tlirouglio.it the province to the 10 per  cent cl.-iu.ic. When spoken to about  the matter the Attorney General in-  dioiUed this provision "would not bo  adhered to as there was a general expression against it.  Another provision is that every foreign company shall have a registered  office in British Columbia and shall  tegister the name of its agent or manger. All companies will be compelled  to prepare a balance sheet once a year  showing receipts and expenditures for  the year previous airl this balance  sheet" shall bo printed. These balance sheets are to be verv complete in  detail.  The new rate of charges for registering companies will bo one-tenth of one  per cent on capitalization. Prospectuses are to lie prepared with much  greater care and detail than heretofore and there is a severe penalty for  any false representation or deception.  CROW'S NEST  PROPOSITION     FROM    THE  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  CONTROL IS YET DOUBTFUL  Lieut. Governor Mackintosh in declining the.itivitation of Rossland citizens to run for the mayoraltv says*.  "I am reluctantly obliged to decline;  first, the"' measure ot incorporation  contains a proviso as to residence, rendering me ineligible. Without attempting to intrude my opinions, 1  woulil urge as an issue of paramount  importance the policy of drainage and  sanitary measures practically and  scientifically applied; I would advise a  system - of rigid civic economy; ,the  selection of faithful representatives;  the exclusion of sectional aud personal  prejudices, and the adoption of stringent rules for the guidance and regulation of the .city council. Such safeguards should ensure a future of  progress and prosperity to the corporation." ������������������  Hon. Joseph   M artin   Retained by the  Company���������Strenuous   Efforts Being  Made   on the   C. P. R.'s   Behalf  Some Different Opinions  Expressed  Ottawa, February 2-1.���������The Canadian Pacific Railway asks the Do  million Government (jilO.OOO per mile  toward the construction of the Crow's  Nest Pass Railway, or a cash bonus of  $."1,000 per mile towards construction  and a loan of $20,000 per mile at a low  rate ot interest..  The Canadian Pacific Railway's offer  gives shippers into Rossland a concession, but this offer does not apply between Eastern Canada and other parts  of British Columbia.  Hon. Joseph Martin has been retained as counsel for the Canadian  Pacific Railway and his principal duty  will be to interview the members of  the Government and of the House and  endeavour to secure a majority of the  House in fat our of the Canadian  Pacific Railway's proposal.  ��������� No elfort has been left undone to  press the case of "the C.P.R. and  secure the assent of the Government  and eventually that of the House and  Senate.  The matter so far has only been discussed by members of the Government  individually and not in Council, but it  is understood that two leading members insist that the road must he a  national road, and be built, operated  and entirely under the direct control  of the Government.  Another member is said to have expressed his opinion to the effect that  the country should nob be burdened  with such an increase to the national  debt.   *    , s  "Work on the new standard guatre  railway from Trail to Robson is now  well under way. The contractors have  started work at convenient points all  along the line and upwards of 200 men  are employed. The road will be ready  for operation by July 1.  Wholesale dealeis in  Agents for J. W. Karri Co.'s Pianos, and tho Gould Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated  Bicycle.  Revelstoke, British Columbia.  Herchant's Hotel  lllecillewaet, B. C.  This hotel has just been renovated throughout, and is now  first-class in every respect. Good accommodation. Best  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  ���������/  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  The Largest Hotel in Town.  Centrally Located.  Best Accomodation.  St. [.eon Hot Springs, on Upper Arr������iv  Lake, run in connection.  Rates $1.00 Per Day.     *    Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  BROWN & CLARKE, Proprietors, Revelstoke.  The Only First 01as3 Hotel  in Bevelstoke is the  ORIA."  C. Edwards, Proprietor  The-  f^evelstoke  Semi-  Weekly  ��������� ��������� ���������  5000 readers _������* week  , , -    - as The  Herald's circulation is 1000 a week.  An ad in THE HERALD will reach the  people of West "Kootenay. __"'.  Latest   telegraphic news from all points  up to the point of issue. *  Subscription, $2.00 a Vear  ,J"-. ., Invariably in Advance .*���������'  OUP Job  Department is well equipped. We  print everything," aud do it in first class style  as we have the best of workmen, presses, type  and stock.       Give us at rial job. ���������  .  Speeial Attention to CQHI_t OPtDEi*"jS  JOfiNSOlSl  eSt,  PETTIPIECE,  P,e_elstoke, B.C.  Proprietors  and  Publishers.  ���������ew^WWjIWiM.yi^  The fast growing- centre of NORTH KOOTENAY  1X1���������  The centre of the LARDEAU MINES  BUY LOTS AT ONCE  If you intend to purchase as your field oi* choice diminishes daily  For Lots Apply   |^  Sole Agent  *.i-i_  H  V r  I-  l'  f. I  '-'  in  1%  _���������������.  '��������� 1  ������i  iv  H\  V;.  fl. Wanted*���������-��������� '  Dealers, in Rolled Oals, Oatmeal  '           and   all   kinels ol"   Grains,  Feed,' etc., to write thu  grackman &'ker Milling Co.  "   "       ....South Edmonton, Alta.  QUALITY   IClfillT���������l'l:ll'l-*3   I'i Ull IT  I.sfolic ^cralil  Kr.vi-;i.sT������KK, is. (}., "March :i. 1S07.  L06AL  AND   GENERAL   HEWS  An Interesting Budget cf Local, Persona]  and   General  Items  Round   and  About  Rcvclstoko.  The Slater Shoe at Coursicr's.  Caboose No. 3213 it  being -fitted  up  sneciallv fur llio. AiTowhc>ul run.  ,  * ... i  Mr. A. Slime of the .Stockholm  House, ivent ������onth onMlonelay night's  train.  A new lot uf prints; muslins, cashmeres, and serges just opened up at  Coursie.-i's.  Mr. T. A. Pippy, n Calgary builder  iind cimtt'itcfor is in town and intends  to locate; here*.  Ten   curs   of   ice   from   Banff havo  "> arrivi'il   for  I*'. McCarty, who  is   busy  unloading it into his icehouse.  Guy Barber won the backward skating rare for a quarter of a mile* on  Meiiidny night at tho'Victoria Rink.  * This paper is kept on file at the  Globe Hotel. St. Paul. Minn., the; best,  hotel .in that city charging i'i' cents  per meal.  ��������� The s.s. Nakusp broke, part of her  wheel coining up em Sunelay* and did  not start on the return trip till Tuesday morning.  Mr. AVnr.len of the firm "of AVordeu  Bros. Calgary, fruiterers and confectioners, was in town on Monday, after  shipping a carload of potatoes to Rose-  burg.        ,      .       ..  Today being Ash,"Wednesday, the  first day ul* Lent, 'there' was service  this morning at 1<):"30 o'clock at Holy  Trinity-and evensong will be said at  7:31) p. in.  Mr. .las.-Savage recently of Kamloops arrived on Monday, inoiiring to  take a position in Mr. R. S. Wilson's  tailor shop and help hiin.lo handle his  large and uipidly increasing  business.  The C.P.R. have put up 800 tuns of  ii-i! from the Three Ar,illoy lake, west  eif dun William, at Arrowhead and  putting 300"tons front" the same- place  in their ice huusojiere.  Messrs. C. H. Temple, loco, foreman,  and H. N. Coursier are canvassing  Revelstoke thoroughly on behalf of  the Indian Famine fund. The result  will appear in This Heuald.  Mr. John "Linclmin, of the firm of  I-inehum to Stephen, Rossland, registered at the Victoria on "Monday. lie  lias returned from a trip lo Toronto,  where there is quite an excitement  over Kootenay.  Ko\\ David .Tallies, of Midland. Ont..  occupied the pulpit very acceptably iu  the",? Methodist church on Sunelay  iiiorning and in the Presbyterian  church in the evening. '  Rev. Field Yolland made a stirring  appeal on behalf of the Indian Famine  Fund in his sermon at. evensong on  Sunday. Revs. .1. A. Wood and R:  ���������W���������-Geddes-also-urged���������their���������hearers  ItKContribute to the fund.  Mrs. R. P. Pettipiece and son; accompanied by her niece. Miss Mary Murray, will'leave on a few months visit-  to" her parents in Pullman. Wash.,  this evening, via Arrowhead.  Mr. J. M. Kellie. M.P.P.. lias declared himself as opposeel to Lhe new  act for the incorporation and regulation of companies us it stands, but has  not specified which are tho details, to  which he objects.  Mr. Alex Lucas, agent for the  Chatham Mfg. Co. camu"'in from the*  east Monday, with a view to establishing a he.iiiquartei'S agency fen* his  company somewhere in West Kootenay. * He is accoinpanie'il bv his  brother Mr. Lucas of Toronto, who is  looking up a good location for starting an assayer's, office. Mr. Lucas  was a good "deal taken with the appearance- eif RcvcKtoki*.  Still opening up new goods at  Coursier'*..  A. S. Kill-well was in town on Mem  day.  The- latest inlellige'ue-o is that Whitney was ivle.'1-.cil owing tei some' informality in I he warrant and is iii:di*r-  stcieid to have left British Columbia.  Rev. P. Yolliiiid ol" Holy 'Trinity  e-huri'b, i-ntt.-ilaincel it party numbering some twenty-live* at his residence  In".!, evening. A pleasant time was  spent.  Mr. K. M. 11 unit*, who is at. present  in New P.runswick on a vacation,  will rot urn about lhe middle of the  month anil resume hiseluties in Messr*;.  C. B. lluniocV Cu's. sluie.  A great, treat was enjoye-d hy I hose  lire-sent in the PrcsbyU-rian church  im Miinilay night to hear liev. David  .lames lee-lure- on his tour lluough  Italy. Thu reverend geulleinnn took  bis iii'iiii'rs id Milan, Vi'itiec. Naples  and ltumc and eiescribed with vivid  olTe-cl the wiinelei l'ul calhceirals  and palaces anel exejuisite wenks  of the painter's anil sculptor's art to be  seen by the visitor lo that sunny hind.  His descriptions of Milan cathedral,  lhe Deige'.s palace anel prison at Venice  iind the Pantheon at Rome wore particularly picl uiesepio. The audience  was Itept in a state of profound interest anil attention throughout (he  lecture.  On Saturday last a. Mr. lMcCrendy  arrived from" Golden. This gentleman has, we* unilei stand, full charge, of  the tie and telegraph pule department  of the; C.P.R. At Macleod he met Iiy  appointment, a representative of Mr.  Piili-r McLaren, the owner of the Mac  lend saw mill, and eliscnssud with   him  THE INDiAH FAMINE FUND  Messrs. C. B.  Hume to Co.,  Tin-: IIniiAi.n.  Rev. J. A. Wood,  Dr. MeKucliiiii!  A  l-Yie-nil  AV. P.. I'onl.  .1. U. Graham,  Thus. Gillespie!  .1. \V*. Mi'irr.-iv  Thus, llullan'el  .1. A. Leslie  .las. Little  Ralph Sidilell  Iliurv Paradis  Mrs.'W. .1. Oickey  Mrs. A. N. Smith  ICclilh Lewis  .1. O. Piper  Rev. R. W. Gedeles  R. S. Wilson  P. Goddard  Mrs. 11. Lotighecd.  \V. Me-Grcgor  G. Laforii'.i'  B. Flat  Mrs. Linilniiit-k  Tom Clinch  $25.00  t-ilO.OJ  Wl.llt)  .���������>.(>()  1 .IX)  ���������2.00  5.00  1.00  LOO  I.U0  1.00  1.00  1.U-J  I.IK)  1.00  1.(10  J.00  2.0')  1.00  2.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  5.00  2.00  1.50  >_7'v_t*_'J  ������*-CM-C������ M,*l   jyi -CJB^H JlM/l  the; question of supplying ties for a  large section of the Crow's Nest Pass  Ry. As a result tho McLaren people  were auke-el to put in a tender for lhe  supply uf lies. In reply lo a, question  Mr. -MeCreiuly stated that August  woulel by no means be time enough to  deliver these ties, iis it was expected  that lhe railway would be running  here by that time.���������Macleod  Gazette  An'Ottawa despatch to the Sunday  News-Advertiser says: It is .stated  I hat. the proposition eif the C.P.R. in  the matter of the Crow's Nest Pass  line is for it subsidy of $10,000 a mile  for the SOO miles between Let li bridge  iind Nelson to build the lino and have  it in ope-i-iitionby next .January. Mr.  Mr. Blair is saitV'lo be willing to concent to subsidising the C.P.R. company on condition that they waive  Ilm clause in their charter preventing  Government interference with freight  charges until the net earnings reach 10  per cut. on the capital invested. ]_>r.  Milne, of Victoria in still here in the  fi'i-lorn hopaor securing an independent  line from the JYiTitoi'ios of which h's  projected road from Kootenay to the  Coiist would form part.  CRAIGELLACHIE.  of  Important Meeting  of  tha   Farmers  the Eagle River Valley.  Fi-'in Our Own Correspondent.  Mr. F. Riiid of the Valley .intends,  opening^iip his mine in lhe spring. If  is hoped it will turn out rich, as it  will be; a great advertisement to our  Valley, which at present needs something to liven it up." '  Mr. J. "II. Wolsey's new house is  Hearing completion, which will make  an addition to the Valley.  At the last meeting ln-lei by the  farmers of the Eagle River Valley at  the residence of J. II. Wolsey the  following resolutions were passed:  That a petition be drawn up and  signed lo be sent t'-' the Hon. G. B.  Martin Commissioner of lands and  works for a road and bridge across lhe  river for the benefit of the settlers on  the south side of the river. ANo to in-  -terceeie-Avith_the..e^^.R._t_o_c_pjij_.t_TOC_____i  spur or siding with a fi eight shed at or  near Scots Crossing. Th<*y also reserved to meet at the residence of Mr.  Wolsey the second Saturday r,i each  issuing month to discuss general topics.  Mr. AV. Miller's bridge ,gang is busy  making preparations for the new steel  bridges over the Eagle to take; the;  place of the old wooden structure*  which are beginning to look i.-uhi-r  shaky. .Some* of the iron work has al  ready arrived.  The snow is going rapidly and the  roads are in such a condition that it is'  not Siife to go over them with a fcuiii.  The farmers predict an early spring,  anel are discussing crops in general.  Rev. Mr. decides had a large attendance on Frielay night. It is hop"d  that it will be ke'pt up in future.  .HOTEL ARRIVALS.  Central: .1 Hutchison. F .1 Smith. AV  .1 Morrison. Vernon: G Anderson, G 13  Anderson, l.-uu-io; M Leiser, A"icloria;  E C Davidson, Kamloops; .1 R Johnson,  Red D^i-; M Rudolphe. W Wood.  Montreal *, AV R Page, C Baxter,  Golden; J Muc-lio, .1 Kitchen, J Cuapp,  Field.  Columbia House���������A W Haley Antt-  gonish, N S: A Bennett, Brnckridge;  F Ramble. \i IC McDonald, Montreal:  S Walton, llavelock; .1 Ij Connolly,  New Glasgow. N S; G Harris, ��������� Calgary; A McDonald. Golden; J W Wat-  kins. Ciinmorc; P Tough, Graven-  hurst; W 11 Mack. Kingston; .1  Boucher, Almonte; J II Fleming,  .Mission City: A Freehan, G Carman,  A-'ancouver: 11 Pym, London; A Cameron, AValkerton; ,1 B Oals, L , A  Spriggs. Halifax; .13 Rodenberg, N-  Bettitison; 11 F ICerr. Ri'gina; .1 -E  Mcljcnn, Tac'ciiini; H F Hillary, Aurora;  WTIIays, Godericii; A McTaggiirt,,  A Haines, Alameda*, E J Sparling. St  Mary's: J Copp. Seat'orth. _  Victoria���������BBSt.irk.ey, R Hamilton  ami Mrs Hamilton. J J Soulheott, R  Mar, A-'ancouver; M Pigeon, Fort-  William; E Appiewhaile, Nelson; J ,T  .lames, R Re'itiinson, lleing Kong; R  Barker. B Lawrence, F Smith, F  Green. II .1 Leslie*,'Toronto; H Hiun-  blin. Belleville; G Lane, R A Wyllie,"  II M Bissoll, Winnipeg; ,T p Simson.  Wiarton; R G .Brennan. Glasgow;. .1  I.iinehiun, Calgary: A AV Strickland,  Regina; J IS Morris, Montreal; W B  Troy, Hamilton; H-Kennedy. Gait; R  B Sproule, Trail: T Johnston. Donald;  S W Baldwin. Kamloops; H Bloui-  fii'ld. New AVcstniinistor; J Skinner,  AVoodville; R U Sparling, Laurie.;��������� J"  Cowan, AVinchester; J S* Desehamps,  Ottawa;'J McAllister, J-Sloan, Carle-  ton Place: -Miss M Kane, Perth; J ,A  AVood, Slocan City; M A * Whitney,  Berlin: T Kilpatric-k, Donald. ,  Union: J A Donaldson." Winnipeg;  A Anderson.Glacier; A Lucas,Calgary:  .1 Lucas. ToronIo; J Ridley, Rogers'  Pass; J AV Clevelv. Moosumin;   James  .Brady, 11 C Graham, AV II Stephens.  F Eel'ler, Rossland; A Wood. Victoria:  W T Wilgrass. T G Wynne, A'ancou-  ver: T A Pippv, Al Midlines. T B Linton, II G AW'iden. Calgary: R Baton.  Grand Forks: J Anderson. Seattle; J  Findliiy, Jacob Dover, Nelson; Percy  F Gndenralh. Spokane; Peter Genelle.  Mrs .1 Genelle, sisti'i* and children, Nit-  kusp: W Belleck, Donald; T Gillespie,  J J Foley. Arrowhead: W .1 Rresor  and child. AViiuiipi'g; AV Yates. Toronto: J C Simon. Wi.trton; B D Ror-s.  Hamilton: J II Peters, Moosotnin; W  Macnab, Wallace:  .T Hawks,    Rogers  -_PiiKS,:__C___M__jihJLiick. Larde*an;_ James  F. B. WELLS  (SUCCKSSOK TO GlI.KKR Si WRI.LS.)  POST   OPPIOE   STORE.  Gent's Furnishings. Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobacco,  Small Sundries, Etc., Etc.  '  HBVBLSTOKE,   33. O.  Prices Right  Quality Ai  a Write for Prices  WHOLESALE AND  RETAIL DEALERS  IN  Hay, Flour, Feed of All  Sorts,  Groceries and Miners' Supplies  REVELSTOKE    STATIOU,    E.-O-  S Pnwcr, Kainlnop<*,"J Dunn, citv: D  .T Murray, Walla Walla; II F Hillary,  Aurora.  Just arrived, a choice lot of  Fresh.  Confectionery  ....and Cigars  A call anil inspection Bo'.iclted.  J. MORGAN,  One Door East of the Columbia House  Shaving Parlor Hot and Cold Bntfcs  Kootefiay-  The only reliable remedy  for Coughs, Colds, and all  Diseases of the Lungs. ���������  Prepjired^only at   -  iABEY'S DRUG STORE,  WKen at...  Golden, B.C.  ws  The'- gateway I o  the great Eitsb  Kootenay golel  fields   The KO0TENAY. HSaSE   "  will assure, you every comfort, exquisite  tables and commoelious rooms.  Headtpiarters for commercial and  mining iiieti.. Free sample rooms.'  Fort Steele Stage leaves Kootoiiay  House every alternate Tuesday.       "���������;   '  Strictly First-Clabb.  _S. ADLER, Proprietor.*  SA/n' NEEDHAW  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  r27'  RiiVECSTOKE Station  Miners and   Prospectors.  AVill find it to their inte-rest to  write for catalogues of Ap-U'cjo Harness. Saddles, ect.', to Cak&ox to Siioke  .Calgary.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that thirty (3ii elnys  from cl'itc I intend to make application to tho  Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for a  lens", fiir twi;nty-one years, of one hundred  acres cf lind, bdfore described, for the purpose  of opening up and working a "stoi.e quarry"  thereon.  Said land is situoted on the e*ast r-ide of  Upper Ariow Lake, about three miles south of  Cave Horn.  Commencing at a post placd at the northwest corner and marked *'J. K.'s N. W.  corner .-'-running-thonce-twenty-chaintj-east,  thence eighty chains south, thence twenty  ch tins we-ut, thence eiphty chains north, following lake shore to point of commencement.  9th February, 1897.  Jajies Kkli/y.  FOR A GOOD TURNOUT  TBr.F.i'iiONr: -nn:  Revelstoke Livery Stable  Uraying   and   Belivery Work   promptly  nttendeil to.  M.  PETTIPIECE  IX GOOD STYL13 AT LOWEST PRICES.  D0HGLAS  St.,  REVELrSTOKE  "Just Tell Them    .  That You .Saw  Me"  And had your timepiece repaired  and given a guarantee for  one year.  C.  P.  K. watch inspector and  repairer.  GUY   BARBER^   Go to Tapping's Building  . -      ��������� kok -  No. i Oats  Chop Feed  Creamery Butter  Fresh Eggs, Etc.  All orders by mail carefully attended to  ut bjttouj prices  .J. McCALLUM, RevelstokeStation.  ARC YOU GOING  TO BUILD THIS SEASON ?  If so, you should consult  L. A, FRETZ  - Practical Builder  and get a reliable estimate bused on a  wide_aud valuable experinnco  in the  building business.  Shop Job Work Done tss  Ontario Hard AVoods  kept   in   stock  Alsei other odds and ends which  are useful in our lino of  business.  Workmanship Guaranteed  Terms Cash.  CUMMINS,-& CQ..\.....'.;..  r ���������'        Trie Pioneer  Store.  A   Full    Supply - of    Miners'    Supplies  Always in Stock  .  -    FERGUSON,    B. Cf-  How  Vl-I arc 91-owing tho  fin cat line of samples  yet ofl'erod for tho trade in  Tweeds, Twills, Vcnetiaus,  Cheviots, Serges, etc.  The Most  '������������������'..  a Ciiit > Elegant Patterns  'i -     In    trouserings   over   ex  hibited in the country.   Overcoatinns���������correct"  Htylis, nt and llniah.  Prices Right  R.   S..WILSON,  Merchant Tailor,*'  Kovolstoko, Now Denver and Brandon;  Ftank Julian  DEALER IN  First-Class  .Dry/Wood    ������  All orders left with Mr. H. N.  Coursier will receive my prompt and  careful attention..  W-  ^   0lie  ^ Requiring* Wood  Ca n Buy it Cheaper from       ������������������! i I i  W. FLEMING  Than you can afford to steal it,  and take the chances of being  caught.  Draying a Specality  At Lowest Prices.  ������  ^_/a  ������  Sole Agents for Ram Lai's Tea  Agents for the Victoria Giant  Powder Go.    Powder from 45  to 75 per cent.   Also Judson's  and Stump Powder  Gaps and Fuse ,  ������*. .   ��������� !  A Complete Stock of  HARDWARE  And a Large Supply of  FRESH GROCERIES  always on hand  Selling oft Remnants of Prints and Dress  Goods at Cost.  Full line of Miner's Supplies carried at  Trout Lake City.  'FT^^K*������r^:^Jtr^^rwr^-vS^.a?VSS?*:

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