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Revelstoke Herald Mar 30, 1898

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Array <),>;,, ���������  ���������--.* 1..^  '('''  ''.>i:  >,'  *.r. -.' 1"  _j.  M  ''&  rxoaai  '&      ?: 'i r- g -- 0 ���������% _.   r   a    "'���������  _L^aJ a v/XVA-*.  yfrJ lyPttrLiLi    a^'^'J;  <���������������    *������_.---  ______ _^_������������^  4f:  7 *>'    ���������  I ;  -ISSUED   T,"V7"iaE-^--V^^ESZ<r--"VV-SX)IsI"35_S3D__--l_"S    A.J-T3D    S_A_T"U"I^ID_A-TrS  Vol.  II.    No.   12  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  WEDNESDAY, MARCH SO. 1S9S.  $2.00 a Year in Advance/   -  [^i_a_@__^_>%-_!-s^_f^'.-i*^  a ft  Hudson's Bay f  Company   |.  [I.Nl-OItrOllATKl) 1670  The   Most   Up-to-Date   Outfit  in Western Canada.  i _  :.tt_rs ������  Intending lVoapeetor*, s-lionlil write us  for one of onr new Koldei's tvhli'h  I'onlHiiis kii excellent Map nml ml  o.*iiniate of Ilm probubli' co-l of fl  complete outfit for tlio Hold Fields.  Hudson's Bay Stores,  Calgary, K  3^s^si^s^^^f>3^S^jyy^^^s^ei^S  Calciaxv. Feb. 1, 1SCS.  Haip; & Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  "^"^ Townsite  MINING, -  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  ARTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister, Solicitor. Notary Public,  Etc.  Office:   Smith l.lot'k,  ���������Victoria Road, Revelstoke Station. B.C.  WM.  WHITE,  Q. C,  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc.  Solicitor for Imperial Ilnnk of Cnumlii. ,  ' ' Front St., Revelstoke. B.C.  JAMES  MURPHY, B.A.,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  '    calico:   C__trit.ii Hlock.   I'.O. Ho.. 193.  Third St.. Revelstoke. B.C.  DR. MALLOCH,  Physician and   Surgeon.  Office in Dr. McLean'-* iift'ice.  .U hi*, oflit't' l-'riilny, Snturi'.fiy mnl Sunday.  McKenzie Ave., Revelstoke Sta.. B. C.  ELLIS & GROGAN,  Insurance. Commission and Mining  Brokers,   Calgary. Alta.  Agcnti for the Queen  Fire  Insurance Co.. of  America.  Represented by W. Morri*.. I.et-elitr.ko.        Outf  Our business during thcX'nas  rush equalled if not surpassed  our fullest expectations, and we  wish to thank: the numerous  friends and customers, who  helped to make things lively.1  Business must-be kept up  although the holidays are over,  nnd wilh this object in view we  ca'l attention lo the following  announcement :  Our Dry Goods Department'  lias been thoroughly  overhauled since tlie rush subsided. All our stock .is in splcn:  did shape and new lines have  recently been added. . We wish  lo draw special attention' to our  baTST'iins iu  Imported Flannels and Flanncllettes  Pieces of Dress Goods  A Stock of Hosiery, just imported  A Well Assorted Stock of Silks  Gents' Furnishing Department  Furnished Rooms Wanted  ruriiii-heil ri-.nin* nr sum 11 luiu*i> -valued.  1-itllui; nml iwn ln.il rnoi.isi.ltli u-c ..(Ifiii'liru:  central Ini'iitlmi. Itcply m "II." care nf Mi-i-r-  lliili; .'_ Cru^e, estate iiiiviit-, ll-vcliiokestailon.  li'uir-'l  ROBERT SAMSON,  Wood   Dealer   and  Drayman.  Praying nnil delivery work a ."-pceialty.  Tennis ninny*, on hand nl shortest nntiee.  c ontracts for jobbing taken.  Agent for the Standard Oil Company.  FRANK BARNARD  Brick and Stone Mason  (r-hlmiiev    buildinc  n   specialty.     Contracts  j.romptlt-  attended   to.      Mitteritil   furnished  tvlit'ii colled for.   All work lriiiininteod.  Fin.*. Street, Kevelstokk Station-.  J.   R.    HULL   &   CO.,  Butchers and-Wholesale and Retail Deal ors  in Beef, Pork, Etc.  Kamloops and Revelstoke.  All order*, in our line promptly filled.  GAMBLE &  O'REILLY,  Civil Esoineehs. Pitovixn.\L Lasu  SlJKVKYOHB.  Accountants find lleni'ral j\Rt'iit*i,  Kelson and Kossland, (We*.t Kootenay.  British Coliniihia.  F. C. Gamble, J. F., M. Inst. C. K.. M. Can. Soc.  C. E., P. Ij. S. for B. ('., (late Resident Kn-  eineor   Department   of   Public   Works   in  Canada in H. C.) Nelson. H. C.  Frastih J. O'Keii.i.v, As*iii'. M. Inst. (,*. E.. P. I., S.  for B. C, Rosslaiiil, It. C. Sjlytl  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1658.  HeRiilar meetings arc held in th"  OddfcllowR' Hall on the sncoii* anil  r J fourth Wcdno davs of each month nt  ������t������ 7:3npm. VisitlnKbrethren eoidially  ���������" invited.  ~~m. T. JErKS, W.M. T. .1. Hit 111 iMi;, Itcc.-Sec.  W. Ci. ItiKNEV, Fin.-Sec.        K. S. Wnwis. Treas.  The Revelstoke Photo Co.  Mir  Studio:  I)ou-L.ts Street.  Revelstoke,   -    -    -    B.C.  Situation Wanted  A youim iiiurrleil eonpK- dcirc a liniiitlfin.  Wniiinii 1*. 11 j_;<iii<l lniii*el;ei'pi'r; 1111111 well u*-i-il  lo -lorc-keeplui;. ftirniln^r inul ranch mirk.  Moderate miihi'*., Ilr-t i-ln*.*! rcfcrcncr*. jtpplv  to "j\. M.", Iliiii.ii.nOilli'i', Hi.-.i'1-.nil;.1.     Suirli.'  Billiard  i able  In uooil  eoinliiion.    .*'i::e. Sfl. x -Ift: Mine bed;  I'i'iiiplele .*-t.-l of iii'i-ei.'.orii  Alex. Murtiu. Milfonl, Alia.  J'ur sale I'henp by  -i.in'-l  TENDERS WANTED  jtildiiion to Imperial IJiink of Cinitiilit ltuililin^  Reve'suike, li. C.  Tender- tvill be received by the iiinnajrcr of  the above bunk for proposed addition*, lo bunk  buililnil' up to Hist Mm-i-li, l.-i'S. i'hnis nud  spec-ilicatii.:i- nitty be -e.'ii at llie ollice of -iiiil  bunk. The lov.e.storiiny lender iioLiiecu-.-nnly  ni'ci*iited.  inlSUit  '" A. It. 11. ilT'Al'.N', Mi'-naser.  Dissolution of Partnership  Kotieo is heri'liy jiiven that tve. lhe under-  ���������-iKiieil, farryitn: ' on business a.*, furiiiuire  ilQuler.s anil undertakers under the linn name  fif 11. Howson ,\_ Co., have this ihty ilesfilveil  piirtnei'-liili bv nnitiiiil eonseni.  And further take nntii'ii Hint all iiei'iiunts  owinir to the late linn of K. Howson ,'.- Co. are  payable to it. Howson. who tvill pay all debts  I'oiitriii'tud by the -aid linn, anil who In future  tvill iiiiiiliu-t'tlie bii-iiic-.-.  Duteil at Itevelstoke. J~.C, this '-'lllli dav of  Mnri'h, ISiiS.  It. HOWSON.  aimSl F. W. I.AINC.  A well assorted stock-of Mens  Clothing made by tbe best clothing bouses in C nada is now  open to inspection by the public.  Our Suits are in all styles and  for fit and cut lcok just as well  as custom-made clothes at a  third of the cost.  The Grocery and Provision  Department  is always kept stocked  with a full--supply in every line  of the best and freshest goods.  We are agents for Earn Lai's Tea,  the very best in the market.  Our prices are made to suit the  times. We always keep in our  warehouses a good stock of hay,  oats and vegetables.  C. B. Hume & Co.  Kevelstoke Station, Revelstoke and  Trout Lake City, B. C.  TENDERS WANTED  COX3TF.UCTION   _0F   TOWNIB    CREEK  ^    ' nit lDCi'.  So-Of', tenders tvill hi reejived by the under*  signed up till noon on  Saturday, the Snd  Day of April,  for ihe construction of a IJ-IiIki ov t "Ijivnic  Cieel: at or near I'ete T.evci'iue'. 1 hum'. The  lowest, or any reii'lor not nere mi iiy accepted.  Finn.! inul -pi .-.licu_:ons o.m b_i seen at the  Court House here.  J'IIN' I). FfliBAl a  Got ci'Miii-nl Agent.  ..l,.r..~i -.1. 1S0S.   . -       .       .     -' .l"f  Provincial Secretary's Office  KU Honour the I.ieutcnunt Governor has  been plcu-etl lo make the following appoinl-  inents:  .-.tlfFebrunry. 1S0S.  William Ur.XMi.v- I'i:,tsi:. of Kevelstoke, Ksq.,  to be a .lu-tiee of the Pence tiithin and for the  County of Kooteui'-y.  Sth  Mnri'h, 1S98.  Cii-i-i.::-; Khedekick I.ixdmark, of Hevelstoke,  -���������"squire, to be a Justice of the Peace within  anrl-foi-thc County'of-K-ouleiiay-.^ ���������"���������~-  This Space is Reserved  for the  which will be open about the  First of May.  THE RIVER BANK  The Correspondence Between the Two  Governments on the Protection' Question.  Vietonn. .Inn. 12lli. V.V.Il.  l'Vnm F. Cj. Giuiililu In ^V. S. (.Ini'i;.  Hill.���������AL Llie. lust. t*os*,itin nl' Lhe  House of (-(iinniuii.s, Ollfitvu. (lie Mini  nf !ji 10.51)1) Win- up|ii'ii|)i'ii(U'd I'm- Llie  pni'liti-i' of eiiiilinnnij.; llie pi'iiLecliun  til" llie Inink of tlie (Itilnnilii.-i liivei-.  ul llevel.-toke, tn lie expemlt'il, pi-n-  viiled llie. lni-.-il .utfveiinnenL enntfi-  liitliil ii lil<e 111111111111,. Will you lie  l.ii:il i'!iotio||. LhePC'l'iii-c, In infnrni me.  iur lhe iiiliii'in.'it.iini t>f llie (Jliiel' ICli-  .-Cineer, if it. i.s Hie iiiUiiuiim nf llie  lni.-fil .mivei-nnionl.-il I lie mini nfrhusnioii  nf I lie legisltil iii-e In nsk Im- un nppn*-  pi-iiilifin m meet, Llu* ;ih..t-e-iiieiil,ii)neil  t'ljiiditioii f onLrullintr lhe expenilil life  nt the .-ip|)if)pi-iiitii)ii liiinli! liyllie  llmise of (Jiiininoils.  Vielin-iii. .Inn. 1-lth, 1S07.  Frfiin-W. H. Gore lo F. (1. (i.nnlile.  Slit,���������1 lnive I lie linnni- to .���������leUiiow-  ledfje the feceipl nf yoin-k-llei- of Lllu  I2tll' in-*l;uiL, i-e iippiiriipri.iLion fur  pif.ileeiiiin of Llie li.-ink nl' llu: (Joinin-  liitt river ,-it, J'livi.lstol.e. In reply I  lie^ Lo s.-'y thfil your eoinniiinieiilioii  h.-i.s lieen luid tiefore the i_;ot-i'i-iiti!eiu,  uiifl 1 .'iin lo -inform yon thai ihey  entisiiler the protnetion nf llie lifinks of  Hie (Jiiliiiiiliiii river is n nin'.ter which  coine.-exclii.-ively nnilei- llie jnriMlie-  Lion of lllu Dominion Government.  Olliitva. Jim. 22nd, 1?07  Mr. Turte lo Mr. Turner.  Pfii-liiiinent. In.-I. si:.-*_,iun h;i.s~ voted  SiilD.uUU for proLeclion of liiink. llevel-  slnke. Uoluniliifi river, lijoviii-nnienl of  Brilisii (.Itil-.'.niliiu eoiiiriliiilin_> like  ninoiint. P,luii-ie htiile when your fiin-  trihution cun lie expteli-'il ho lluit work  eun lii'jjin without ilelny.  Vielorin, .Inn. 23rd, 1S07.  Mr. Turner to Mr. Tfirte.  The i^overiiini'iit lin.s not heen nd-  vised until rifeeiitly'-Lhiil a tuiu tv,i.-  pMs*.eil in the Ilouse ol Common-* for  piolei-tion works nt Ki'fel-Uike, ,-ind  no vote, was pushed Iiy lhe Piovineial  Le};i-liitiiri* lowanls mu-Ii work, nor  .was il iiiiileiii])liileil. No aiTiiti'.e-  tiiciiij lor i-o-operation iiiaiie.  ���������   _ Ni'li-i.n. Oct. llli. IH17.  Mr. Tiiriici' to .\lr. 'l'nite.  lll-l.tlt Silt. ���������I li.'ivi-just U'li.jJti'iiplifd  you an follows :���������'"Will you send Mr.  liny aL mire In examine nnil report nn  the iiii-,!lind lo lie .���������ulopLetl for prevent-  in},' I lie ili'striiutioii of pinpert y hv lhe  t'oiuinliin, 1 om inlviseil liini n. tviiifj;-  tlfim will I'lfeel lhe ilesiri'iV fliil. Our  engineer will iiccfiinpany Hoy. N ini-  lini'tiinj. lhat il. sliniilil lie ilfine hcfni'i*  wiuler so thai work inay be?finisheil  liel'ore next suiiiuier."  I, had. previously sent a similar leli-  ijr.-iiii to Mr. 8il'liiii fit y.-iiiioiit-i r. hut  lhis niiir'nii.! ii|t..'.li.'ijCi'iiin"-!ii'i'ived Ironi  i\lr. Oollie'f, his Hci-reLary,,.iiiforinini;  nn.' Lha I Air. Wil'Lonliiul left for _ Dye.i.  anrl iiiU'isinj? mil to itvire? you on this  tiinller.'���������,,.���������''       ??'P ''?y;?,.-?���������'���������--���������  My ri-'iisfin for.?t?L'lepi-fiphiirj: 'on this  Milije'cl is tlmt ilie.f'XJiiiiinaLion ol t he  river in list, lie? iii.-iili* nloiu-e. wtiter liu-  iiiK now low, aiidywlien the snow has  i'allijnil, will: In.' flinieull. if -nol ini-  liossil'le. to asei'.i-lfiin this condition of  lhe. river in- its'lui'iik**.  It is:a:very iiryjeiit, < ii'sri, I here beim-;  a s'l-eatilaiiger of t lu: tnwnsile liei'iij,  carrieil iiway Iiy the next ri'se otlhe  wiit.er iii'JIiiy fir .luiif'. A -j;ooil p.n I  of the?liind?all'ef.'leil i1- Dominion |-.ro-  pert.v?!; think, ,-ind you have a vote  i'oi- expenditure on 1 liis work.  A-sstnteil ill niy? teleirr.ini. the fiti-  '/.enshiivu lieen ;iflfii,e'fl by practical  eii-riiieers? anil; tliey hoM n wiiiailiini  woiilfly cll'i'Ctnally- iliverl the -I mini  Froni llie lownsile. lt tvnuld not.  however, he wise, I   liiink, .to   do  any  (I'liverniiienl inulil not i null ihule, lhe  liioney coulil not be e .peinleil iluriui;  I iial ye.it. the tote v. a- pel fiui-e all...\-  ed In lapsi-. anil tv,i*. not i enewi-il in  I lie e-1 iinale.s pre-i'UI.'il In .-in.) voli'd  ny p.irli.inieiit ;H it-la-l -i-.���������ion.  The .Minister, uniler | lie ciu iiiii-L.in-  ce.-, 1'i'ni cts I li.il h.i vinu h.ul no fiiinl-  placeil al his di-pt'.-iil by pin iiau.eiu  .it its last se���������ion lur the now cnneuL  veal, il is iinpn���������ible for hiin to I ecom-  uieuillh.il Lhe joint in linn be li-ul as  reipie-leil iu the Minute of the ICxei-u-  Live Couiifil m British (.'niiunlii.i.  which is here r.liovc referieil to.  The. CJouiuiil lee .siibmil the filiove for  Yoiii' IOxeellency'.- iipjuiiv.il.  Vicloiia, 1-t l\.l,. 1S!16.  Mr. Tin ner lo Mr. T.n le.  Unless work on rivei proteition.  llevel-*to!;e. commences iuiin.ili.iLi'ly  no time In liiii.-h liefore hii^li w.itei.  When mny tve expect your answer no  tt'i'iii.s our Ouler in Council ilisp,itched  J.-inuai y Sth.     Impoitaiil.  Ottawa. 2nd Feb. ISIS.  Mr. Tarte to Mr. '.l'lu ner.  My Dear Sir.���������Vour telegram ol  l'"i'l-ri!.iiy 1st has caused mo some .surprise. Xohoily Uiio'ta betler than  yotii'M'ir Lh.il. owiujj; to your refusal in  cnutrihiile lo the ctislot the piotectinn  ..'or!;.-al U'-'t-elstoke, I had toilismi-s  fri.iii lhe f.sl iniates llie Sinn of .-jilO.uOO  th.-il h.ul been put tit my dibpo__-.il by  I'.u li.imenl for tlial work. On several  incision.- you havecoiiimiinieati'il with  me, unit 1 have nlit-.-iys ^-iven you lhe  -.line .lustver. which lhen you (..muot  possibly ignore.     It wa-in your power  won- withoul a furlher   i-eporl, linni ,i   j(, ,.������������������,;,]<.'will) t heeoiulitions ���������.���������...,lain  pr.utie.i  and i.finipeLi'.il engineer. L,d   in   -,;,,  vf)U,  of the I'Vder.U l"arli.i  I   trust  vim   will  see vour   way  Lo  import.ml nml ter  action   mav   stive  it oiu-e.  a Ki'-eat  f. Mccarty, ���������  \Vi!0~.i~*>ai.i: Axii !~i:r.ui. 1)cai.i:u in  Prime Beef,: fork, Mullon,  Sausage  Fish and Game in Season  ^larkets   at   Itevcl*toke,   llevelstol.-e  Ftation,  Xakti.S]i, Trout Lake City and Ferguson.  Sjaif -  Photographs    0  of Revelstoke and  North Kootenay  Magic Liniment  Rheumatism Cured in Two Weeks  Mi'. Robt. Latimer, of Langley Prairie. 13.0.. writes: "I cannot speak too  stioni_;ly of the mci-ils of Ma^ic Liniment.' I Inul been a .threat suflerer from  rheuni.iti-sfii ior miiiiy ye.ir.'-, duriiifi;  which time I had tried in mj- doctors  und remedies: hut Magic Liniment has  cured ine completely. I rubbed the  liniment r.n for two week.'*, after which  my rheumatism entirely left me. and  has- not trntihli'il me since. We find it n  u-eful household remedy in onr home  mnl would not be without it."' Pi ice.  -Jo cents il hot tie. :i  A General Favorite  Mot tiers who have used Manic Liniment in their luiii-ehol:!- pron'itince it  superior to all others for :ill the little  pain" .ir.d aches. It is Lhe most popular household remedy find a medicine  chest in itself, (.'an he used internally  its well as externally. All di-ii-rgibls  -ell it.    2.") cents.  t_^'W. A. Griffiths & Co.,  Dr.-GtiisTs, Kevelstoke.  N'o  old,   lly-blotvn   br.ek   niimbcrs, hut   fresh  views taken last summer. An immense  i.stoek.    Call and Inspect it.  Chas. J. Aman,  At the Station   Bookstore  i ii   ������ ���������  Upward  Never  Try all things, hold fast  to that which is good  Here's what we tried  We advertised having purchased lrom Messrs. C. IJ. Hume  & Co. the whole of their stock-  in the Itevelstoke store, consisting of  Fine Groceries and Provisions  Boots and Shoes  Gents' Furnishings  Miners' Supplies, Etc.  And we also advertised that we  were going to sell them Cheai'  i.'0it Cash.  Here is the result  Inl-.- up thi  as prompt  deal.  1 am now on my way IhioiiLrh Kootenav. Any telt'iri.-iin or letter from  you will he forwarded lo me.  Ottawa. .Mh October, 1807.  Mr. T.u-le lo 'Mr. Tin ner.  Vour Government having declined  last year to ilo .-inytliiuu-, for prevent-  ing ilcslrm-lini. of llevelstoke. nnlliing  was placed this year in my estimates  'for tliat work. I cannot lhen send  Mr. Hoy.  Steamer Lytton. Oct. Ill li, 1S07.  Mr. Turner lo Mr. Tarte.  Owing lo travelling through ICoolen-  ,-iy ( nul.l not- answer your telegram of  the 5th sooner. Suielyas Dominion  claims jurisdiction over nut igable  waters in such a case of impending  serious damage as this: soiuelhing  ought to he done. . I trust you will  lecinisifler the .matter anil send vour  i'i'iigiiH'er-.'o''ii.n"'.ec with our.- :uii~*r_c-  port tlie best1 w.iy to avert the i1.ina.er.  Olta'tv. Kith October. 1S!)S.  .Mr. Tarte to Jlr. Turner.  Dear .Mr. Turner,���������Last year you  knew all about tin: case, "nnd you  tl.ought pioper to decline to join with  us.  Report of a Committee fit'the. Executive council, approved by the Lieulen-  aiit-Goteiiior nn the 130th day of December. 1SIJ7.���������On ii memorandum 11 om  the Iluiiouriilile the Chief Commissioner of Lands anil Works, dated 21)1 h  Di ceuiber, lS07,'5eni;lfi.sing a copy of a  report dated 13th December. 1S!)7, from  F. C. ("amble, l'"si]., C. IS., upon the  en use of. and method by wliich. the  washing away of Ihe hanks of the  Columbia river, at Revelstoke, may bu  permanently arrested. Tlie Minister  -i iLll__-nl.cn lion._lo__thc-i m iiiini_u Ld__ii__  ger of the tle.-l ruction ol large as ens, of  valuable ground at thf.'.next season ot  high waier in tliis navigable i iver. and  thiit Ihe townsito is the propelty of.  the Dominion government, who aie  most intere-tod in ils preservation:  find recommends tliat the Provincial  government agree lo contribute one-  third of Lhu cost of the necessary permanent, eiinsu-iict.ion works*, nol. In exceed t".l~-,0(J0, provided the Dominion  government undertake lo carry out  lhe works without delay; iind the  Minister lurl tier i eniinmenils Hint Ihe  report and accompanying plan-*, together willi ;i copy of this minute if  approved, be at once torwarileil to the  lloiioiii'.'ililu lhe Minister of tbe Inl'-i-  ior with a request tbat be tt iii move  his government lo such nie.i-uies mnl  imiiu.'iliale a.-ielion .-is the urgency ol  the'iiii'livr requires.  I'lie tonimijlec tif council nd" i-e approval of the foregoing reeomnii.'iii_-  utioiis. ;..���������'������������������; ' ' ? ' y." '  I Receipt nek nowledged by the -ei-ie-  tary of state, lSlli January,'.18:i!..|  Repoit of the commit tee of Lhe Pi ivy  Ooiiiicil, approved by : His Kxcelleni y  on the Mid Kebriifiiy. 1S118.���������The coin-  niiflei; of thuJPrivy Council have bad  uniler consideration a despatch, da led  101 h January, 180S, from the Lieuteii-  iin.l-Goveriior of . Riitish Colmnbi.i.  tr.-iiisniit t'uig   a   certilied   copy  nt  STILL IN SUSPENSE  WARS   AND   RUMORS   OFjWAR.--.  THROUGHOUT THE WIDE   ' ,'\  WORLD '      ,'   '  Onr business is increasing  every d y, and our customers arc-  reaping Ihii.'-em'flc of good quality good-; at close iigures for  cash.  '. You are invito.! to call on us.  Goods delive-Eed-frec to any part  of town.  FALL-IS BROS. :  ment. Von have thought lit not. to  Like .Kivanlage of tlmt vote. 1 am  t cry sorry indeed fil your action. But  of course you were peifci lly (?) to do  wliat vou have done.  12th Feb. 1S03.  Mr. Turner to Mr. Tartu.  De.ii Sir.���������I .nu duly in receipt of  yours of Hie 2nd instant, and am .surprised nt its tone. I'epie.-entiitions  made by membeis' of this Government to Ministers at Ottawa have invariably been couched in le-'puctful  terms, and I know of no ihciiiiistanc-e  in conuet-tion with Ihe cot respondent o  on the subject of tlie Revelstoke pro-  lection works jusl ifying the c-nrli:c.-s  ,,inil evident temper which your note  exhibit.-.  .Willi respect to the amount un the  Dominion Estimales. SlQ.oOO. which  you say was dismissed bi'iause it h.ul  been ignored by this Government. I  bee. to state that il was not until the  early part of the .Session of last year,  _somcrsi."~ months afte.i-.v.u.ds"; that we.  were made atvaro of sucii sum lieing  placed on the -_-.tiui.ilf>-- of your Department, and I consider that a formal  iiotifiinlitui of the intention of your  Government in this matter would only  have been courteous, not to say necessary, ns it tvas one contemplating  mnl u.il .idion.  "When the matter was , 1 nought to  our .���������mention it was, dining the work  of a busy M-s-ion. .ind we had not time  to obtain the necessary icport hy an  engineer on tthicli to base an e.-limate  even if we had legaideil it iis ptoptrly  ttitliin n,ir light-, which tve did not  then, ;ind do not yet, liiink il was.  The contention nr this Government  is Unit the' il.image.- to lhe river banks  at Revelstoke have been cmist'il hy I In*  erosion ofnavigfible water;..over which  the Dominion Govei iiinenl alone has  con Lrol.-aiHl-th.it���������mor__-Vi-_i_he_gr_:il_  or part of the towii.-ite ntlectecl is the  propeity of the Dominion government  and the title to which tests in it. Under tl'ese circumstances our lepie-en-  tnlions were entitled to greater consideration Hum you appear to have  given them. *  However, owing to the danger imminent nml as ti matter of local neces-  sily. thi- government hits decided,  without a.suining ,-iiiy responsibility  as lo tbe action of navigable w.itei**.  lo lake steps to protect tlu* l iver hanks  mid has mgeil your government, lo cooperate, lain sin pi-'.-ed, in the face  of stub ilnnirer a- exist--, j bat you  should, even if what you allege were  quite Hue. rel'u-i- to join wilh ll- nmt  in nnili'i laking pi ntcilion woik. which  in older lo avoid disaster, mii-l he  done nt unci*.  As you will see hv the icport of onr  Engineer, tt hit h tv.i- forwaiileil to you  -nine time ng.i, the .linn.ml iiecess.iry  lo complete tin- work tvill amount to  about .jlO.UuO. Vou will al-o observe  that if the sum of g-fl.OOO had been ex-  P"(teil il. would liave been fir from  in iking it ell'ective. Parliament i.in. w iu se-**ion at Ottawa.and it should  im! be diniculr. inei-e paiticiiliirly in  view of what has been doi.e in the c.i-e  of the .Sliknu'-Ti'slin railway, for you  j to arrange for tin: woik In en <>n find  hate ii provided for in tliesuppleiiicnl-  Corcgress in a Belligerent Humor;- But?  the Cabinet is for ��������� Peace.���������The Eng-!.;  lish Press is Very Sore Over the s  Diplomatic Victories of Russia in China '!  ���������Anglo - Egyptian Victories in the '.-���������'  Soudan. ���������- The Senate Talked Over ."'  the Yukon Deal Till ;Midnight. But ''  Came to No Decision'.' ','.-''��������� j"/ '"...,  (Special to the Herald.)  .'LoNnox. March !:������.���������The" .'Eii������jish<  pri-s are feeling sole against the gov---"-  eminent. The Times says: "''-The:  iiK'iubxrs of the government have not '  dispelled the dangerous"-illusions of'-  the.Rii-sMn press that Great-Britain-,  wiil do no nioie than jirolest." , \-  The Morning Po_t sirys: ."There.are "  indications that the govei'runent :ire-x  conscious of having lost thiT-Jgame-  .igaiii.-t Russia.'"     -        -   ���������_-. .,  The Daily Chronicle 'says t "The-  doors qf China are not open :' they are-  lieing stalled uphy'Russia'."' ", '    "  Tho Daily -)'t\vs, bay's: ."Russiii's-  ilipkiiniitic victory.makes Great Britain look very foolish."   -    ������������������*,-'    -. .  "Pekin-, Mar.":������.���������Ther^a.'re.2P00Rus--  sian "troops at Port "Arthur 'and' nine-  warships. *      '���������*���������:'. .   ._.. k'"  5C.\iuo. Mar.- 30.���������The:. Anglo-Egyptian troops arc* conquering the Dervish-J  es in the Soudan. The town'ofiShendy' '  h.i-  been   capliiieil'.'an'il the fort-demolished. ,      .    ,~  *',.'U "j1  *'  Washixgtox. March" 30.���������The con-'  g*iess  iind  the'eahinet nre divided on  the S]Miiish   situation.. The'congress-  are  forcing  through  war resolutions,,  calling for lecoguition of tlie'iridepend-  e ce of Cuba and 'iir.iied.-inteiventic._i.''  The   cabinet-is   for   ppiicte "and  their"  policy is distasteful  to, the pugilistic  congressmen.    ." ~"~   '���������'/'' "' "' '    *  ^ O.TTAJvji,,"iliir;':-������.^jThe .seiiate wns"~~  to-have   come 'to-a-"decision   on the  Yukon   J-ailway.'Bili   last night.'hut  adjourned at midnight'tvithout   doing  so. " ,'"    '   '-   -'     -   '   .'  Xew Yokic. Mar. 30.���������Opening quotations   this .-morning :    Lead,   $3.50 ;'���������  silver bullion, 5-1? cents] spot, 55j> ��������� cts. ���������  The Donald Shops.  Ilr. Whyte, general   manager of'the-  C. P. P.. iirrived in   Golden ,hy  special  train from the. west, on Thursday.' He  was met fit the station   by  the "editor    ,  of-the Era. and several  matters of in--  tere.-t wen*   discussed. ��������� Asked-as  to  what arrangements had   been finally  made with legavd to the Donald shop's.  Mr. WIlvte said it h;_d_he_en_dei:jded to-��������� -  remove   the   whole   of .the.   plant for  dealing with heavy engines to Revelstoke .phops. where, the  tthole,of the  mountain power,would undergo repair '  and mainlainaiice.    The  arrangement ���������  would be carried out   during  the  cur-  rentvear.  Asv to    the   divisional     point,.-Mr. ���������  Whyte said   that  would   lie   fixed*at-  Liiggmi   where   arrangements   would  also  be  made   for stationing the light'  engines   used  east of  the  divide, the  heavy   power   remaining .at   Field as  now. ��������� i  improved   Minute "of   the    Executive | arv e-tiin.ites.  Council   of   the   Province,  of ~,I$riti**h ;     I may s.iy. in case nt   di-aster occur  Columbia, hereto allacheil, dati d .'"0th ! i'lg   ulieieliy   pioperty   and   possibly |  December.   1S!)7, expressing   the   will-1 life 'nay    be  ilestioyeil.   voir.-   Dep.nt-  ~ilr. II. A. Brown tc'.iirncd from the  coast on Saturday.  Miss Grace -McGouncll of .St. Thonris  Hut. is p .yiiis a visit to her sister.  Mrs. B. A . Lawsijn.  y\\: -AV. Murtell. photographer, of  Rat Portage, is visiting town again  getting up fi souvenir hook.  .lac k������."rishy left, on the delayed N'o. 1  i for the coast, where he tvill "meet his  biother aiul ficcomo.iny hiin to Klondike.  Mr. W. R. Fallis, of Grand Bend,  Ont.. ai rived here yesterday on X visit  to hi- brothers. Messrs.. F. G. and  J. A. Fallis, of the linn of Fallis Bros..  Fiout street.  ingness of the Provincial' Government  to eon tribute? the sum of '$l'i.(KJ<) Inwards the construction of perm.ment  works ' at the Town of-lievelstnk.*. in  that Province, to protect the hank- nf  the Columbia river from the aclion ol  its water:, at tliat place.  Tho.'Minister'of Public "Wo'ks. to  whom the matter was iefericil. submits Lhiitin the" Supply Act " p.is-e.l  by Parliament for the expenditure  during the liscal year.'lS!Xi-0.. a sum of  $10,500 was provided for the protection  of tile liver hunks at Revelstoke. on  condition'that the Provincial'Government would contribute a like sum ior  that purpose, ami that upon communication being h.ul in January,-1807. with  the Honourable the Premier of Rriti-h j  Columbia, that gentleman 'informed:  the Department of Public \V<������-ks ih.it  Mr. J. 11. FoIIitt, of Toronto, son of  ment tvill propel ly lie held responsible 1 ,, ,    -   , ��������� . ��������� T .,-,  lit   Ihe  people ot   Rovelstoke and the j ll.V- lu-ad of the w^ll known firm  J. G.  piovince ge.'iei ally. ������ Follit. merchant tiilois, and a cousin  Vii-toii.i. jtn Feb.. 1873.     ! of Mr. C. E. Reid. of W. A. GiifHthsfc  Co..  Fiont   street,   is  spending u fetv  davs in town.  I     *  I    Adam     Jamieson,     the     Fairview  I preacher,   has   been   medically exam-  inc-ii. and it has been   thought  hest to  1 tend  him to the asvlum at New West-  Mr. Tinner to Mr. T.irle. ,  Veiy impoitaiil lo have an-tver pio-'  lection river hanks. Revelstoke.     "        I  Vicloii.i. 10th  Feb., ISIS.     |  Mr. Turner to Mr. Tarte.  The   Boiii.l   of    Ti.ide.    Retvl-L.ke. '  win.*   nigent   nece--sity   fnr immediate  CDiiimencement   liver bank jirotection I  anil   improvement    of   Columbia   foi i minster.     Provincial constable McRae  navigation norlh of R.-vel-toke.    Will i wiu uke hiin there   as soon as a train  you call iinineili-Ue .uteiitimi of   Dominion government to lho -object.  Ottawa. 1'it'i Feb. 180,-!.  Mr. Tarte lo Mi. Tntnei.  Dominion govern ment enirineer now  iit      Revelstoke.      Your    Government  nn   vote  had   been passed by the Pin- j -"V"'.,1.1'1   <-������ntiihuti*   to   the   co-t<.fthe  vincial Legislature loivarils.such ttm-k, j 'vori*'  nor was il. contemplateil, nor weie any j "  arrangements for co-operation iii-ide."  |      Piotiucifil   Con-t.il.h-   Page lias sent  The Minister  further   states tliat on j in hu u���������i;I1:,,.i(,tl. ,��������� t.,*,e .IT-rt from | cf v. hit hi- policy would he "when lc  i got into pi,>.te:.'"  happens along.  Some doubts have been expressed as  to whether Mr. Kellie intended to .run  or not next session. , These are now  set at rest. lie will not-only "tun, but  he is going to get'a seat- in -the cabinet. In ii recent -speech he gave an  .nve-.lruck  l<~gi-!atuiv a short outline  account of the special   provision of the!   , _  vote and, the fact that the  Provincial -L,lu hcgmi.mg of next month. Revelstoke  Herald  Published in interests of  Revelstoko, I/ardoftu. Big Bund, Trb-.it Lake  Illecillewaet!, Albort, Canyon, Jordan  _______    I~a_a and Basle Pass Districts.  A. JOHNSON Proprlelo".  ������. B. 8SOOAN Editor.  A BOTd-Wiekl]- Journal. ptibUshcd In the  taWNita ef Rerelatoke and the surround ng  district, Wedne-daTS and ttalurda.B, molclnij  -lows, eoonootlnns with nil trains..;.  AdT-Ttt-lnet R������t_i: Display ads. 5t.tt> per  ee.-u_nnUeh,t2.<~-| perlnch whenlnaertedon tltlo  Dagre. Lestl ads., 12c per (nonparoll) lino for  8r������t lowrtlo-; 80 tor each additional insertion.  Ke-dins netle������, 15o per lino oach Isbuo. Birth,  _t������m*8_ and Death notices, froo.  Subscription Kates: By mall or carrier. J2.0O  per annum: $1,16 for six mom ho, striotly >n  Oar Job Department: Thk Hikai.i~ Job  ftepartment In ono of tho bout oipiipped  print-off offices in Wesi Kootenav. and la pro*  X������rtd to execute all klndB of printing in lirst  el������s_ style at honest prices. Ono price to all.  J"'oJob too large���������nono too small���������forus. Mail  orders prampily attended to. Ulvo us a Lrial.  en reur next order* .  ToOorreepo-dents: Wo in. oorrospond-  ���������aoe cm anr s-bjoot of inuircst '.o tho Kcneral  pnMlo, and donlre a roliabl' rei?ulnr'correspondent la every locoli' . surrounding  ReveUtoke. In all casos tho bona tide namo  ef the writer mnst accompany- manuscript, but  ������_t BBcesserllT for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoko. t_. C.  K_TI_- TO CORRESPONDENTS.  I. AD e_rrMpo_dence most be legibly  written ���������_ see side of the paper only.  I. Correapondence coutaintnK personal  Battier mutt ttt signed with the pr per.namo  erf tka writer.  S. -orrespoadeBce with roferonce to any  tklBB that has appeared in another paper  must trrt be offered for publication to that  paper before it can appear in Tnu: Hebald.  -WEDNESDAY.   MARCH. 30.    1S08.  THE DREDGING RIGHTS   .  The Montreal Witness, one of the  few Liberal papers wliich has the  courage to speak out when the  interests of the country demand  it, is just as much dissatisfied with  the manner in which the Yukon  dredging leases have been disposed  of by the government, as are the,  Tast majority of the people. The  comment of the Witness,,itself a  snDDorter of the government, is  ns follows:  "The leasing of Tukon dredging  rights by tender has resulted in 81  persons nominally, but judging  from family grouping, probably  from 10 to 20, almost all Liberal  party men, and almost none of  them having ever seen Yukon_ or  . knowing anything aboucit, having  secured 1,100 miles of river bottom  in that territory, to the exclusion  of those who have undergone  hardship to reach tbat territory,  and who are its natural heirs. It  is presumable tbat these rights  have, been acquired only to trade  with and to take advantage of  ibose who are able to use them,  'i'iie principle of sale by public  auction, which has worked so well  in dealing with the Ontario timber  limits, and which was recently so  successfully adopted in connection  with the Yukon timber limits,  would surely have been better in  dealing with those river bottoms.  If it had been possible to dispose  of these rights at a time when  those who knew something about  their value might have had a  chance' at them, it would have  better patisfied the disinterested  public."  The only objection to the extract  from the Witness is that it puts  the matter too mildly. .The  principal objection to-the giving  of the leases is the indecent haste  with which these .valuable  . privileges were bestowed���������a haste  i_which_has_-been-ch&raetei'istic-ot-  the government's policy iu the  disposal of public property. The  Tukon timber limits were sold  before the government knew what  they were worth, and even for a  song. A - monopoly of railway  carriage and 4,000,000 acres'of  public land wera given away  hurriedly on the ieve of.; the  meeting of- parliament, and now  the dredging leases are dealt ont  to a favored few before anybody  knows whether they are worth 10  cents or 810,000 per mile. The  government evidently.inteuds to  ' give away everthing the couutry  has to give, and to give it as soon  ni anybody can be got to take it.  An honest government which does  not realize a "divvy" on its deal-:,  choald not be so ready to part  with the people's property, without having arrived at some  estimate of it's value.  PROGRESS IN PARLIAMENT  The session of parliament opened  with au announcement by the  government that many important  measures would be submitted for  the Common's consideration  and judging by the progress which  has been made up to the present  it will be necessary for the government either to scratch a very large  number of the entries on its  programme, or to keep members  at Ottawa for a considerable part  of the summer. Nearly two  mouths have elapsed since parliament met, nud nothing in the  way of public business has been  accomplished. The delay which  has attended the passing of the  Yukon Railway Bill through tlie  Commons has been due partly to  the peculiar manner in which tho  government introduced and dealt  with the matter, and partly to the  long adjournment had, without  precedent, for the purpose of  allowing the government and its  supporters to give every possible  aid to their friend Mr. Hardy in  Ontario. The Yukon Railway!Jill  cannot by any means be regarded  as an accomplished fact, inasmuch  as in all probability the result ot  all the dexterous manipulation of  the Commons will be nullified by  an adverse vote in the Senate.  There remain still to be disposed  of, the budget, the Drummond  County investigation, the Franchise bill and the long promised  Plebiscite bill, all of which will be  sure to provoke a good deal of  necessary discussion. With regard  to tlie budget, there are necessary  changes to be made in the clauses  relating to preferential trade',*  which involves the admisstou that  the government would havo acted  more wisely had it taken  advantage of the advice given it  by the opposition during the last  session. At all events, the blunder  then made must be corrected now.  The estimates will, as they always  have, meet with a great deal of  criticism, although now that the  critics are in power, there may be  less hindrance to public business.  The Franchise bill, which is now  under discussion will be strongly  resisted by the opposition as a step  contrary to the general welfare of  the country. To put the control of  elections to the House of Commons,  i'or instance in the preparation of  .voters' lists and in the fixing of the  qualification of yoters, in the  power ot a provincial legislature is  manifestly dangerous, more especially when it is remembered  how such powers have been used  in the past by some of'the provincial legislatures for the purpose  of twisting the elections to suit  the party in power.  Notwithstanding its express  pledges, the government will  hardly dare to push the Plebiscite  bill this season. It was never  intended that the pledge which  was given at the time of the  general elections should be kept.  The temperance people who were  foolish enough to believe the protestations which were then made  to them, will undoubtedly cause  trouble now that tbey know that  they have been fooled, and it is  not by any means unlikely that  the ulebiscite may prove even a  more dangerous plaything for  the Liberals than the Manitoba  school question proved to be for  their predecessors.  There are also before parliament  a- Superanuation act as well as a  large number of private bills.  There mnst either be an extraordinarily long sessiou or a great  "slaughter of the innocents" which  might possibly cause trouble.  Mr. McMulIen. M. P., has introduced a bill to exclude American  miners from the Yukon, not  because he has any idea that his  bill will become law, but to scare  tbe United State" authorities into  easier methods of transhipment at  Fort 'Wrangel. The introduction  of such legislation as this in  Canada and of its counterpart in  the United States congress have  no other effect than to cause misunderstanding and ill will on both  _ides of the line. If, _as the  Premier claims, our rights are  secured by treaty, it iyould have  been much better to have  withheld this sample of "bun  combe*" legislation. ���������     "  L'Abbe Morin, who arrived in  Calgary Tuesday with a large  party of immigrants is a most  indefatigable colonizing agent.  During the past eight years he has  located no less than 800 families in  tha vicinity of Edmonton. All his  immigrants have done well, and  have aided him materially in his  efforts to induce their friends at  home to settle in Alberta. The  professional immigration agents of  the government should,take a leaf  out of L'Abbe Morin's book.  IN THE FAR EAST  The retirement of Lord Salisbury  from the direction of foreign  affairs is generally regarded with  regret, although the jingo party  in England expect great chings  from Mr. Balfour who is said to be  moie influenced by Mr. Chamberlain than was his predecessor.  The condition ot affairs in the far  east is not at the present moment  at all reassuring. It is true that  owiug to tho iirm stand taken by  Britain, Russia and Germany have  nominally withdrawn the extreme  demands by them upon the Chinese  government, but it is no less true  that these countries have secured  a foothold in China which will  result iu the extension of their  territory iu that country;as soon  its a plausible pretext lor it can bu  found.  Tho Chinese government is  notoriously wenk and incapable.  The collapse uf the defence at  Kino Chau when that place was  threatened by a small force from  the German warships was ludicrous in the extreme. The Chinese  commander and his men did not  waiti'or the attack, but abandoned  their fortifications as soon as the  Germans landed. The negotiations  for a loan, and in connection with  the demands of Germany, Russia  and France prove conclusively  that China cannot cope' with any  one of the powers, much less with  a combination of two or more.  Had it not been for the attitude of  England, China would have before  now been divided up among those  three powers, if they were not  engaged in a fierce conflict over  the distribution of the spoils.  Apart from foreign interference,  the Chinese empire cannot, stand  very long. There is uo sueh thing  as . patriotism in the celestial  empire. The control of the central  government over the different  provincial administrations is  merely nominal, and the country  itself is so large and its inhabitants  so ignorant of what is going on,  that the occupation of a- large  portion of it would cause little or  no commotion in other parts of it.  Tlie condition of China will make  the task of England in securing a  permanent basis for her commerce  in that couutry very difiicult  indeed. New cloth only emphasizes the rent in the old  garment, and the solution of the  problem which involves _ the  repairing of a structure which is  crumbling to pieces from internal  dry rot and decay will occupy the  attention of England's most  sagacious statesmen for some time  to come. The eastern difficulty  is the most serious question which  England has had to consider  during the present ceutury.  WETASKIWIN THINKLETS  In connection with the recent  Ontario elections a good story is  told on Dr. McLnrg. who was  speaking on behalf of Mr. Pattullo  at a meeting held in Oxford  county. The doctor in strident  tones had asked his audience "who  has done more for the dairy interest than Mr. Pattullo ?" when  from out the'silence that followed  such a startliug query came the  .teply, "the cow.'"  ANOTHER KLONDYKER  The Ottawa .Journal in a recent issue  published the following unique contribution:  (N'otk,���������The Journal receiver! the  following contribution recently and  tvanteil io engage the writer to .send  correspondence from the Yukon, nut  tve can't find the address of Mr. Alexander .Sm.irty in che citv directory.  -Will he kindly drop ;i pr.st card from  Dawson Citv as soon as he gets there?  Iin).  My name is Aleck Smaity, I am  going to make a party of men Loth  hale and hearty, for the Klondyke's  golden strand. Every man must -be  self-feeder, but I will be the leader f I  need hardly tell the reader) and the  boss of all the hands. 1 think the  first manoeuvre in this elegant -treasure-trover. :i.. to strike for old Vancouver, thence to Teslin in the plain;  there we'll hoard our little galley and  we'll sail continu-ally till we reach the  Yukon valley; when the robin's nest  again. Then my men will go prospecting, nnd a proper place selecting,  they will finish soon erecting our  modest little shack: then in gold  before our hovel, we will "waller" and  we'll grovel, and we'll dig it with n.  shovel and we'll put it in a sack. Then  I'll pay each man in reason for his  labor of the season, and before it  startsto freezin on the Yukon'd rocky  shore, and the wintry blizzard hollers,  I will pack my shirts and'collars, anrl,  with fiftv million dollars, I will strike  for home once more. Then to Loud in  and to Paree all niy dough I'll gaily  carry, and a princess I will marry���������  one most beautiful to view���������everywhere I'll have the entree: I will  patronize the gentry; I will buy the  blooming kentry, and the people in it  too 1  ON FALSE PREMISES  The Vancouver World, in confirming the report that D. C.  Fraser, M. P. tor Guysboro', is to  be pitchforked into the chief  justiceship of British Columbia,  contrary to the expressed wish ot  the members of the bar of that  province, uses the argument that  if Jlr. Fraser were not eligible, not  being a member of the provincial  bar, the appointment of every  outside judge iu Manitoba is  illegal.  The World is altogether wrong  in its premises. Of the four judges  who comprise the court of Queen's  bench in Manitoba, one, Chief  Justice Taylor is the only outside  appointment. The other three  judges, Dubuc. Killam and Bain  were practising barristers in the  province up to the time of their  appointments. What i.s much  .mo~~__to-the-poinr_-h_weverris"~the  fact that while British Columbia  claimed to have certain existing  rights which were not abrogated  by confederation, (although  Englishmen have been appointed  to judgeships in British Columbia)  Manitoba had no such fights.   .  Apart from the question of legal  qualifications, tbe principle of  appointing outsiders to judicial  positions merely in return for  political service������, in face of tbe  fact that there are in the province  men who~e legal attainments  entitle them to the position, is not  onlv -Xtremely unfair to the local  bar, but demorali"-ing all round.  The reasons srivsn by the World, n  prominent Liberal paper, must be  somewhat discouraging tri the  lawyers and litigants of Briti**h  Columbia. After discussing tlif;  qualifications of -event! well  known Liberal _ lawyers who  belong to the province the World  goes on to say: "Tlie government  realizing that Mr. Fraser has lieen  a stalwart of the stalwarts in the  Liberal, ranks, and having per  formed yeoman service for his  party, it is felt that his services  and the representations made hy  his many friends from the Pacific  to the Atlantic, in his behalf,  cannot very well be ignored--  hence the probability" of his  receiving the appointment."  Liberals mny now be assured of  getting a quid pro quo from the  World's giant judge, but how  about the others who have not  done "yeoman servide?"' Politics-  are evidently his strong point. "  If the Canadian senate passes  the Yukon deal, that aged and  venerable body should he transported to the Yukon and settled  upon the agricultural lands, which,  according to the Globe, the government has so wisely decided to  reserve out of the grant to the  contractors.���������Toronto Telegram.  Al.l.he half vearly meeting of the  Presbyterian Homo Mission Committee held in Toronto last Tuesday, it  was decided to appropriate $17,000 for  missionary work in the North West  Territories for the year.  A Batch of Brainy  News   Culled   from  the Free  Lance  We would like to know what  branch of nines is it is that makes  some people so nervous and ill at ease  in a hotel dining room. Given a table  with four or live men and one lady,  strangers to each other, your heart  will throb with pity to hear the abashed way ono man will ask another to  pass the cream (the cream 1) anel tho  sugar, and the spoons; with a preliinin-  ery little apologetic cough he tvill  make the request, get stalled, and  have to repeat it. After pouring out  the cream he don't know where to  put the little jug, starts to put it in  liis pocket, thinks better of it. and  passes.it on to his neighbor who, alter  helplessly waving it. over the table for  a few seconds, hands it over to another  equally embarrassed individual. It  filially heaves to and throws out an  anchor next to the ketchup, when a  piping little voice from the other end  of the table calls out "cream please!"  and oil" it goes on another holiday  round trip. The sugar bowl is also it  sore on the fair surface of the dinner  table causing endless embarrassment  and confusion; and as for the spoons,  they are. a, subject too pathetic for pen  to touch. The lady who may be faint  with hunger and exceedingly anxious  to stuff herself full of pie, nibble  away nervously at the edibles in front  of her in the midst of an akward silence. The conversation of the men is  spasmodic and sheepish, (unless they  happen to be partially jagged, in  which case they will exchange cute  remarks for the amusement of the  lady), the only person present retaining any decent degree of self possession  heing the haughty dining room girl  whose beef stew and hash line of conversation is tho same for each guest  and can scarcely he called impromptu.  When news flashed over the wires that  war was about to he declared between  the' United States and Spain, and  that the fleet had been mossed fit Key  West to fight tlie Spanish foe, we  threw a,bouquet, of Marechal 'roses at  our sell tor the wise forethought we  displayed in having put up a bulletin  board outside the Free Lance oflice.  Items of general interest that occur  between' issues are fit once chalked up  on the black board and nersueel by  passers-by, who no doubt marvel at  the enterprise shown by the management. When the widow Dunn's cow  calves, it receives the same businesslike attention as do Maine, explosions  and Klondyke routes. We strive to  please.  Bishop L'Egal, ~coadjutor of St. Albert, was in town last Tuesd iv, having come up from Hohhema,. He  leaves shortly for France with Father  Belleviere, of Duliamel. This is the  second Bishop who has visited Wetaskiwin within the last two weeks  without dropping in to see us. The  next bishop that comes along and  don't drop in at the Free Lance oflice  and leave a six month's subscription  we fear we will have to roast in these  columns Even Oie Oleson and Ivan  Snorkavorivitch pay us a visit once in  a while. As a matter of fact, a bishop  ought to be good for a whole year's  subscription.  There are two storm centres in the  world. One is Dried Meat Lake, the  other is Africa. The Dried Meat Lake  situation is one of especial gravity and  will be straightened out as soon as  Mr, Chamberlain can get around to it;  but Africa makes us really tired.  There is always some rumpus going  on there. The latest is news of attempted French aggression in a piece  of country claimed ny the British.  The French preparations for further  encroachments on the British sphere  of influence would indicate a. purpose  lo provoke hostilities. The, situation  is grave. What with a war raging  between the United States and Spain,  another between Great Britain and  France, anil the horrors of the Dried  Meal Lake emhroglios, the circulation  of the Free Lance shouid take a big  jump,  _   _ ��������� ���������> ��������� --    -  -   ������������������: ������������������'  An linglish Syndicate has offered  $3,000,000 foi the North Star mine  near Fort Steele, of which ii, D." Mann  is one of the principal owners.  -Holten  Wholesale dealei s in  Ales, Wines, Spirits and Cigars.  FRONT STREET  REVELSTOKE, B- O.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  MKT1IODIST CHURCH ��������� Hevolstoko.  Preaching services ut 11 ii.ni. und 7:30  p.m. Clues mooting nt tho clnso of the  morning Horvlco. ritblintli School und Biblo  Class at 2::i0 p.m. Weokly prayer uicetliiff  ovory Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. The  public aro cordially Invited.   Boats free.  HEV. J. A. WOOD, PaBtor.  pHURCH OF ENGLAND-St. Peter's,  *~- RovelBtoko Ilourd ot service: Evening  prayer daily ut 5 o'clock. Fridays nt 7:30.  -undtiyB nntl Festivals: Holy Communion at 8  a.m.. morning prayer at 11. Sunday School  nnd Bible Class at '2:30, ovonliig prayer lit 7:30.  Flrut Sunday in tho month Holy Communion  at morning services.  FRANK A. FORD, Vicar.  flerchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  First-class in every respect.    Good accommodation.   Best  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  PRESBYTERIAN ��������� CHURCH���������Revelstoko.  Borvico every Sunday at 11 ii.ni. und 7:30  p.m. B'b'o Cliss at -2:30 p.m., to which  all aro welcome. Prayer meeting a. U p.m.  every Wednesday.  REV. P. D. MUIR, Pastor.  IJ OMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH -Revcl-  -*-*- stoke. Mass llrst and iliird Bunrluys in  month at 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER THAYER.  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ������������<* Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call and see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoko Station, B.C.-  W. d. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  ������������������~~a-______2_y  The   largest hotel   in   town.        Centrally    located  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   und   Cigars  Best    accommodation. ltates    ������1      per    day  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  to  IMPERIAL B/'NK  ���������OF G^NADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve     -  _- -j_ -   1,200,000  ������     Directors:  H. S. Howland,  President  T.R-Merritt, Vice Pres., (St. Catharines)  William K.irn.s.ay, Robert JafTrny,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner  Klins Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager.  Branches  North West and British Columbia  Brandon     ;'Portage la        |V������r:couvei  Calgary      i Prairiel Winnipeg  Edmonton ;Pn'nce Albert jRevelstoke  South Edmonton.  ONTARIO.  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Any person requiring  wood will kindly leave their orders  with .Mr. W. Al. Lawrence. Reqelstoke  Station, or with II. N. Coursier,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  17ntf  FRANK JULIAN.  PA*E!iTS  PROMPTLY SECURED  GKT RICH QUICKLY. Write to-il.iy for  our bountiful illustrated Jjookon J'atcnlaand  tlie fju-xjlnntini,' story of a poorlnt-cntor who  rnaiie ?2.-O,0fO.OO. Send us a rough ekotch  or model of yourlnv-ntlon and tvo will  promptly tell you FREE if it is new and  prnbnMy patentable.  No hnmbnjc, Hono.it Sorvico. Special! y:  Tough casos rejected In other bunds and i|  forf:l(j_n applications. Roforencos: Honorable 7'. Jf.crtliifiuiiio. prop, of "I.a I'rosso,"  Iionorablo J). A. Ilos., lho leading nowj-  papcrs. Dunks,"Kxpross Companies & clients  In any locnllty. All Patents secured through  our iifc'.ncy nro brought before the public by  _ ppcclnl notice in over 300:newspapers.  MARION _: MARION, Patent Experts.  Temple I!ulliHoff,18.~.St. James St., Montreal.  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Mention this paper.  REVELSTOKE  Large light bed rooms.  Table furnished with  the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  Rates   $1.00 a day.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  Door-s  Saab  Turnings  .Mouldings  TRY THE NEW YARD  Arrowhead Saw & Planing* Mills  Revelstoke Agonts:   PIPPY. & WRIGHT.  THE PIONEER LIVERY-  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake Pistrict  \ Ji  '. _ I___3^3^������^X$i������*,  -**-**-" _2G-\ &s-������*������ee-r-___-* .  Saddle    and     Pack    Horses  always for hire..  Freighting   and   Teaming   a  specialty.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Lauding ovcry morning at 7 o'cslock  for Trout Liikci City.    For particular- write  (JRAIG to HILLMAN, Thomson's Landixb.  THE  LAST  CHANCE  To secure one of those desirable lots  CHEAP on the C. & K. Steam Navigation Company's site. ���������  ��������� Dont wait till thu boom hits the  town in the spring like a cyclone,  but BUY" NOW.  HAIG & CRAGE  Sole Agents.  C. B. JWaclean  ARCHITECT. .  and BUILDER  Estimates furnished.   Plans find spec!-    i-  llcntions made. Am u"bo prepared to do  shop  and job   work   on   tho   shortcut  notico.    .Satisfaction   guaranteed   in  every caso.   dull or write for terms.  Main Street      ���������      Revelstoke  W. <3L BIRcNEY  PJIIdNTERand  DECORJITOR.  First Street Fast, Revelstoke Station  FERGUSON  The Centre  of the   Lardeau   Mines  Graining, Paper Hanging-.  Hard Wood Finishing-, House  Painting- in all Branches,  Carriage Painting-, Glazing-, Etc.  L. J!. FRETZ  Contractor and Builder.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Gu.-arantecd  ���������       Terms  Cash  If You .Have a  .Mine to Sell  or wish a company formed, or  want to huy amine or shares  in any mine,' want to invest in  Spokane real estate or wish to.  make a borrow,write'atonceto  gUI-MES   l.   ford   &  CO  Mine Brokers.     Mining Stocks . .  No. 9 Mill St., hettveen'Ri verside and  Sprague, Spokane, Wash.*  Tt!e Pioneer  Stores  ,���������.of. Ferguson  .. and Ten -Mile  Cummins & Co.  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods.  Everything to he found in n general store.  Post Oflice in connection.  Atoiir TEN-MIIjE BRjVNCH Store  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel;  and, all .Miners' and Prospectors'Supplies are  "    kept on hand  Be Sure and register at the  BJILM0KJIL HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  The table is provided with the best  the market affords.     Kates from $2  to $3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���������  Proprietors,  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  ���������ft -      U  In Good Style at Lowest Prices.  Douglas Street ��������� Revelstoke  .... ,-JL -i^'/l  HI IIIE Hi  ON   ITS  SECOND    READING  IN  THE HOUSE  JACKSON GETS KNOCKED OUT  Homestead Entries in the North West  Are Filling Up���������Sir Charles Tupper  Going Into the Newspaper Business  ���������Cameron Aspires to the Lieut-  Governorship���������A   Fatal    Explosion  Ottawa, March "-!.���������lion. Charles  FiUpalrick, Solicitor Gonernl. moved  the second refilling of the Franchise  Hill in the House, ol' Commons yester-  dav. Sir Charles* Tupper argui-il that  it was incompatihli! with the dignity  of Pfirlianient, to adopt any franchise  not it." own. Sir Wilfrid Laurier  claimed that when Farliament adopted the provincial franchise lists, it  made them its own. Tlie great advantage of this act was its simplicity  and fihsence of cost. The debate was  adjourned.  IN THE SI-.NATI-:  I-lon. David Milis moved the second  reading ot the Yukon Kailtvay bill in  the Senate. Senator Kircholl'er followed and said that the Minister of  Interior tvas no doubt an able mini,  but that his reputation wo.iltl suffer  severely from this contract which had  excited grave suspicion throughout  the country. . The debate was adjourned. ,  AN    EX-OOVEKNJIENT    OFFICIAL   DEAD  L. Van Koughnet formerly deputy  superintendent of Indian alfairs who  tvas superannuated by Ihe late  Conservative Government is dind.  HOMESTEAD KXTKll'--    *  Winnipeo. March 23.���������Over "-00  homestead onirics on Dominion land-"  have been filed since January 1st, IS9S.  THE SAN JOSE SCALE  Toronto, March 23.���������Eastern nurserymen are protesting vigorously  against the enactment of the San Jose  Scale Act...  TO 1'IIESS TIIKlll CLAIMS  Pout Arthur. March 2H.���������A "deputation from Port Arthur leaves today  to press on the government the claims  of the district.  ���������'KENCll CONSERVATIVE  I'AI'KK,  Montreal. March 23.���������Sir Charles  Tupper and his friends tvill ��������� start fi  French Conservative paper here, of  which ex- Lieutenant Governor Royal  will he the editor.  TliMVLAHS .MEET  Wixnipec March 23.���������Tho Grand  Lodce of the Independent Order of  Good Templars opened its session here  lasc night. , <  THE TRAIL OF DEATH  Vancouver. March 23.���������The steamship tleleu B.-Almy, bound from San  Francisco to Alaska, has been lost at  sea with all hands.  THE BOOM HEGINS ,.  London, March 23.���������The London  Advertiser savs that the natneof M.C.  Cameron.'member for West Huron, is  now generally mentioned in connection with the Lieutenant-Governorship of the North West Territories.  FATAL EXPLOSION  New York, March 23.���������Two men  were instantly killed and several  others entombed by an explosion  which took place yesterday in a Pennsylvania mine.  A FRENCH DKl'EAT  Paris, Match 23. -Six French  cers and one hundred hipii  hav  killed'iti Madagascar.  crisis has come  Washington-,   March  23.���������The  report of the court of enquiry  into the  cause of   the  loss   of   the   hattleship  ���������Main-~i--now-here-n.nd-it>-'niay-bo-said  that the crisis has been reached.  GLADSTONE RETURNS  London, March 23.���������Right Hon. W.  E. Gladstone has returned to  Hawar-  denfrom   the continent.   The venerable    statesman's     condition   causes  , much anxiety.  THE LINCOLN WINNER  " London, March 23.���������Prince Barcal-  dinewon the Lincolnshire handicap  yesterday,  JEFFRIES DEFEATS .1ACKSON  San Francisco. March 23.���������Jeffries  knocked out,Peter Jackson last night  in three rounds.  DARING IlURGLAR  Montreal. March 23.���������Wilfrid Pag-  nuello was shot at last night hy an  armed burglar who alto set lire to his  house and caused a loss of nroperty to  the value of 87,000.  REIClISRjVTII   OPENS    Vienna. March 22.���������The Austrian  Reichsrath opened yesterday.  "SOIIER SECOND   THOUGHT   .  Victoria, March 22.���������The saloons  and brewery at Fort Wrangel hmo  been closed' by tho American government.  IT'S LIKE   ONTARIO  Yokohama, March 22.���������The returns  from the Japanese elections leave  parties almost equal.  ORJECT TO CORrilN's railway  Vancouver. March 22.���������Several  prominent British Columbians strongly opposo the Kettle River Valley-  railroad scheme, which is heing promoted at Ottawa by D. C. Corbin for  the purpose of carrying British Columbia ores to the United States for  treatment.  olli-  been  CHARLTON'S BILL DEFEATED  By  the  tax  a Large Majority���������Doyle to be  Hanged on April 22nd���������Destructive  Storms All Over Great Britain-  Election Protests���������Floods in the  States���������Dark Photography Invented  Ottawa, March 2.").���������In the House  of Commons yesterday. Davis, of Saskatchewan, "lntioiliici'd a bill to  to incorporate the Klondyke Mining  and Transportation Company. A bill  to givo a bonus of one cent per pound  on creamery butter < ".'ported to England was lo*it.  The follmvins* permits weie issued  hy the Lieiil 1*1)11 nt-Unvernor of the  North West Ti'i'iitorirs since ..iinuary  1st. ISO": Alaska Cuiiiiiu'icinl Co.,  ���������I.(JI)I) gallon'-; Hi hut Mrothi'i'?. (',01)0  gallon**: T. jM. O'Mrien, (i.(J0() gallons-:  North American Ti'aiispiirintiiiii Co..  quantity not. slated; William Sharpies  Clerk oi' lhe County Court at Oak  Lake, 10,000 gallons-; A. McPhie, 500  gallons. Davin inquired if a permit  had been given I.o any person hitherto  Iiv'uur in Bratuliin I" take liquor into  the Yukon. Hun. Mr. Sifton replied  in the negative.  An Order-in-Council has been passed  providing that those persons who  have st'ciiri'd leases for dredging for  minerals in the rivers of Manitoba and  the North West Tern lories must lake  out free miner's certificates iu Iho  same way as prospectors on  Yukon.  Canada will not impose a poll  on Japanese immigrants.  John Charlton's" Sunday bill was  defpfili'd in the Ilouse of Commons hy  03 to 52.  DESTRUCTIVE STORMS  New Yokic, March' 25.���������Destructive  storms, oci-asinninir-grt'at lo������������ of life,  are reported from-Great Britain.  SPANISH FLOTILLA SAILS  Key West, March 25,���������The Spanish  llotill- sailed veslerrlay from the  Canary Islands for Cuba.    -  ONTARIO  PROTESTS  Toronto, March ;23.���������The elections  in both Hamilton?, London West aud  Middlesex will be protested.  JEWS ,1X11 CHRISTIANS  London, March 25.���������The Jews in tho  east end nf London are accused of  killing a Christian boy.  GUN ACCIDENT  Vancouver,-B.C., March 25���������Maud  Robinson, a well known Toronto lady,  is in a very low condition at Itevelstoke as a result ot a shooting ncci-  denfc. John Skene tvas showing Miss  Robinson the result of a hunting trip  when his shotgun weiitoll'nccidentnlly  shattering Miss Robinson's leg. Amputation will he necessary.  FLOODS IN THE STATES  Cincinnati, March 25.���������Floods are  reported   from  manv  places   in Ohio  and Pennsylvania,  and  serious  damage has already taken pltce.  -in the dark  London,"'March 25.���������A process of  nhotocraphy without, light has just  heen discovered 111 England.  IMPROVING THE ROUTE  Winnipeg. March 25.���������The Edmonton Board of Ti ale has decided to take  advantage of tho present favorable  condition to improve navigation on  the Athabasca-.  U. S. NAVAL commander  Washington, March 25.���������Captain  Sampson has been apnotnted to command ' the United States Atlantic  squadron.  AMERICAN OUTFITTERS  Victoria, March 25.���������United States  merchants are establishing outfitting  stores at Wransel .and Glenora.  FEVERISH EXCITEMENT  Washington, March 25.���������Feverish  excitement prevails here regarding  the outcome of the Cuban question.  War is believed to be imminent.  DOYLE WILL HANG  Nelson. B. C. March 25.��������� The trial  ofJDoyle-iilias_Sullivan._chiirged_with.  murder, resulted in a verdict of guilty.  Sullivan tvas sentenced to be hanged  on April 22nd.  I  YUKON CONTRACT IN THE RED  CHAMBER  SENATE LOBBYISTS   ACTIVE  Charleton and His Insect Friends���������Out  Goes the Sunday Newspaper���������No  More Use For the Tariff Reformers���������Mr. Bruneau and the Speaker-  Want  the   Oil    Duties   Taken Off  The report presented at the recent  annual meeting of the Great AVest  Assurance company is most encouraging. The company hns lieen rate-  1'ul ill the selection ot its risks, ami the  investments ol its fund*--, anil has already secured a good share of the 111-  .surunci* Iw-ineAs of Western Canada.  The Kuth Mines, Limited, announce  that Uie upeinlioii- of the undertaking  for the six months, ending. December  .31st lust, have resulted in a profit, of  over ������22.000 mil, nf which the directors  Slave paid an interim dividend of 3s  per share currying ' foi ward .C7.000.  The 15,000 additional shares recently  offered to the existing shareholders  ���������were over-apphi'il for. anil letters ot  .allotment have been posted. The Ruth  .Mines are situated in the Slocan,  The Mail-Empire asserts that the  Government will drop the Franchise  Bill as well as the Plebicite hill for the  present.  0 The Ottawa correspondent of the  Globe says that the Yukon Railway  bill will in allptobability be adopted  by the Senate.  P. C. McFarlane, a former resident  of Rossland died at Portland, Oretron  a few days ago from injuries received  by being caught under a log fit a sawmill nf which he hnd charge. He leaves  a widow and four children.  Au Ottawa despatch to the Winnipeg Tri lume says that there is a scandal brewing in the fisheries department. It is said that a prominent official has been using the departmental  information to enrich himself or his  friends. The matter tvill be investigated in Parliament.  K. M. Scribner!' of Brockville. was  shot and instantly killed on Tuesday  night, hv Wm. Pear. Scribner tried  to awaken the Pear family by kicking  at the front door of their residence  about 11 o'clock at night. Pear called  out, and asked his name and Scribner  being deaf, did not hear. Pear said he  would shoot if he got no response, and  soon afterwards lired, killing Scribner.  The men were friends.  The Sanitarium at the Halcyon Hot  Springs is filled with vistois to its utmost capacity, and two of the adjoining cottages are also occupied by  guests. The new hath house is now  completed/and lhe huge plunge bath is  very popular. Considerable improvements have heen effected under the  superintendence of Aid Underwood of  Calgary.  A Howley, formerly of Golmiirg, Ont.  writes from Skngivny Febntary 21st,  as follows:���������Skagway is the toughest  place on earth. It is away from all  communicat ion with the outer world,  with one exception aud that is hy  boal. There is no law, and people  can just do as thev like. There arc  .���������S.CUI) inhabitants. The jam of people  on the pass is something awful, it  being very hard work to press your  way through, as thi.* trail or pass is  only 22 inches fit. its widest point and  when you.put your horse, off the trail  to allow another person tn puss, it goes  almost out of sight in the snow, and  then th'i* trouble begins. Tliere are  hundreds on this trail who would give  anything if they home again.  Ottawa, Maich 21.���������The Yukon de-  hate in the Commons has closed and  the Senators have now an opportunity  to show their courage and wisdom.  Tin* committee stage was short. Sir  Charles Tupper explained that the Opposition was not there to obstruct and  that he and his friends, haying condemned the measure by their speeches  and votes, and discussed it in all its  details', were not disposed to waste  any more time over it. Mr. Blair  brought in tlie amendments which  opposition criticism hatl forced upon  tlu* Government, anil they were incorporated into the agreement. The  third reading followed in due course,  wnen Jlr. Kanlback of Nova Scotia,  who had lost his chance when the debate was on,-put in his protest, and  Air. Qiiiun of Montreal offered a final  amendment, a proposition that the  slock of the contracting company  should bo olfered to the Canadian people in small holdings iu order that, they  might have some share in the splendid  bargain of McKenzie &NMann. The  proposition was rejected. For some  purposes the House of Commons may  represent all the Canadian people. For  the purpose of this legislation it represents two of them.  THE BILL IN TnE SENATE  The discussion in the other chamber  will take place this week, and in the  meantime there is much discussion  between some of the Senators and  some other persons concerned in the  legislation. The contractors are still  encamped on parliament hill. Mr.  Mackenzie postpones his departure to  Europe. Mr. Mann has returned from  the scene of operations on the Pacific  coast to the scene of other operations  heie. The sleigh road with shelters  fit short stages, which Mr. Mann by  Ins bargain ivas to have ready a week  ago, is not jet open, while Mr. Mann  is trying . lo open a thoroughfare"  thiough tlie Senate for his little bill.  There are other able operators in the  Senate lobby, aided by Mr. Tarte's  Patrie which threatens, aud the Toronto Globe, which coaxes. We drop  the subject by quoting a few words  only from two speeches delivered by  strong Liberals:  Mr. Mclnnes: "I believe most cordially that fi conttact of this magnitude  should not, have heen entered into  without public compel tiion." *.  Mr. .Casey:. "The bargain seems to  me to have heen characterized by undue and improper haste, and 1 must  add, teckk'ssness in dealing with the  public domain."' * * * * * "We  are told that the Hamilton Smith proposition came too Intel 1 say it should  not have.come too late.,, * -*. * Op-,  portunity for such offers should have  heen civen before the Government  tied themselves np to one form of  contract only."  During a, quarter of a century of  parliamentary service, Mr. Casey has  never condemned his party beforeUtnd  he says only an imperative sense of  duty makes him do it now.  DEATH AND   DEPARTURE  One front bench on the 'opposition  side is vacant. On Monday it was  covered with a beautiful' wreath, the  gift ot Mr. Dupont's friends. No member of the house had more or deserved  more of them. He had strong convictions, and expressed them forcibly,  but never oit'.nsively, and when in tbe  House always in his mother tongue. In  French he was one of the most effective-speakers '~ih~-~tlie~Commons7-~s~Sir  Charles Tupper, Sir Wilfrid Laurier  and Sir Adolphe Caron briefly referred  to the loss the House had sustained.  Three days later the Chamber nearly  lost another man. Mr. Bruneati,'the  member for Richelieu, is one of the  many good liberal members who are  not satisfied with the course of his  leaders. One day last week his displeasure passed the point of highest  endurance. He concluded that it was  time he got out ot the House, and  accordingly wrote, his resignation.  The statute provides that *a member  may resign by sending to the Speaker  a notice of intention witnessed by two  members. Mr. Bruneau found his  witnesses and put his letters in tbe  common post oflice. It reached the  Speaker's oflice in due time, but before it had been opened Mr. Biunean  had been seen and had heen induced  to change his mind. So itcame about  that the repentant member waited  upon Mr. Speaker who kindly gave  him back the letter unopened. It is  not clear that Mr. Edga.* had the  ripht to give Mr. Bruneau an oilicial  communication which belonged to the  House and country. But this matter  will be further investigated, for Mr.  Marcottehas called for a committee  of the House to determine whether  Mr. Bruneau has resigned or not. A  third vacancy is impending for it is  understood that Mr. John Yeo, of  East Prince, is going to the Senate as  soon as he has finished his work in  the West Prince campaign now  impending.  A PEST QUESTION      r  In the House of Commons a  hill passed it's three readings and  the committee in one day last week,  and passed the Senate the day following with the same celerity. This was  the Minister of Agriculture's measure  to head off the San . Jose Scale. As  the farmers know, this pest is destructive to fruit trees and shrubs, and  Mr. Fisher, having traced it to the  United States, proposes stronglegisla-  acainst it.  His bill prohibits thr^importation of  nursery stock from all countries where  the seal.* exists, the United States  being one of them. To prevent the  tree men in the States from rushing  their stock over the line before the  law passed. Mr. Fisher asked that it  life hurried through both Houses. Mr.  Mr. Charlton, of Ontario, and Mr.  Ellis, of St. John, were the only  'objectors. Mr. Charlton, declared  that Rochester, New York, was free  from the evil wherein he was  contradicted by the Minister. Mr.  Charlton begged the House to  sleep  on the matter and to remember that  the United States might retaliate.  He and Mr. Ellis saw in the bill a disposition lo protect the Canadian  nursery men, This objection did not  commend itself to the opposition  member.*., who were disposed to commend the national policy even when  applied by piecemeal and under disguise. Sir Charles Tupper. Mr. McNeill, Dr. Montague, Mr. Taylor, Mr,  Craig, Mr. Henderson, and Mr. Mc-  Clenry commended the Minister and  rebuked Mr. Charlton for defending 11  vicious insect, who works on Sunday  and disregards fill Air. Charlton's  moral codes. The San .lose scale, like  Mr. dim .bun himself, is a native of the  United States anti therefore will not  waiita friend in the Canadian Parliament.  NO MORE SUNDAY PAPERS  Onr thing ilr. Charlton does not  want is for Canada to horiow from  the United States. II be refuses to  draw.the line at pestiferous insects,  he draws it at tho Sunday newspaper  habit. For the last decade the member for North Norfolk has never come  to the session without a Sunday bill in  his pocket. The hill (liis year forbids  Canadians to make Sunday palters.  The people are not making them.  _.*.,.���������.,! ;,, n,.;n=i* rv_i.i  except in British Columbia, wherethoy  prepare the Sunday Nsiir on Saturday  find do not publish on Monday. Mr.  Charlton does not intend to interfere  with this business, hut claims to he  only administering the ounce of  prevention.  Mr. McLean, who prints the Toronto  Sunday Woi Id on Saturday, pn. tested  against the interference with the  freedom of the people, and begged  Sir Wilfrid to defend popular libe'-ty.  The Premier respond eii to tho extent  ol saying that the proposed legisl it.ion  did not commend ilself to liis mind,  but that since Sir John Thompson had  consented to a, similar bill, he would  folio*- the example. Dr. Montague  vainly implored Sir Wilfrid to follow*  Sir Johu Thompson on other things.  A motion that the committee rise,  which'would have killfd the bill, was  defeated by a bare majority of two.  Then Dr. Montague' who said that  the bill did not accomplish anything  as it stood, offered an amendment to  give it value. He. proposed to exclude  from sale ��������� all papers, domestic or  foreign, printed or purporting to he  printed on Sunday. The measure went  to a third leading in that, form, and if  passed, will drive the New York and  Boston Sunday papers from our news  stands. ���������  . AFTER THE OIL DUTIES  Mr. Moore, of Stanstead, and Mr.  Davin, of the North West, reminded  the ministers of their pledges. Mr.  Moore is pressing for the reduction of  oil duties 'to three cents, and Mir.  Davin wants the House to resolve that  good faith on the part of the Government with the people of the West,,  requires that faini machinery should  be admitted free. Both (the members  want the party in potter to do as it  promised. .Jlr. Moore has already  read in the House the declarations of  Sir Louis Davies, Dr. Borden. Mr.  Mulock and other ministers. Mr.-  Fielding bad t.he subject postponed,  and found a little fault with members  for bringing tariff reforms hy items.  The Postmaster General and minister of Marine had got out of theHouse  before .this condemnation of their past  behaviour was'offered.  NOTES  ~ Mr. Lister's committee ^of inquiry  into the Drummond Railway matter  is making some progress. It has  heard the declaration that no corrupt  transaction took place in connection  with the sale of the road, and is collecting evidence as to cost of the railway and the financial history of the  company. When Messrs. Haggart.  Borden and Powell show a disposition  to be dangerously inquisitive, Mr.  Lister and the majority of the committee rule the questions out.  ��������� Two of tlie greater magnates of this  continent appeared before the Commons railway committee oh Thursday. Austin Corbin and his family  -want-the-privilege-of-huilding���������a.���������railway from the south into the Boundary mining district of British Columbia." as they already have a road with  the Trail district and the Nelson district. The C. P. R. wants tnat country for itself and asks Parliament to  refuse incorporation to the foreign applicant. Both millionaires stated their  case with force. The committee considers.  The Minister of. trade is heseiged bv  delegations from Georgian Buy and  other places urging fin export duty on  logs to retain for Canada the sawing  df her own lumber.  Likewise there   are   delegations   of  nickel men who want to stop the shipment of nickel ore, and to cause   it to  he manufactured in the country where  1 it grew.  Speaking of West Prince. P. E. I.,  that sent has now been vacant several  weeks. The Speaker has issued his  warrant for a writ, but the Govern*.-  ment though three times asked to do  so has not, appointed a returning oflicer, or called on the election.  DECORATIVt  NOTES.  Koedlotvork aud Other Pretty Occupations  For Feminine Fluffers.  Crocheted lace Is a fnvorlto variety of  fancy work in France, nnil ninny olaborats  varieties are made by women who havo  loisuro to employ themselves In thut way.  Even iiltar cloths uro deuoruted with such  handiwork, whilo table and bureau scarfs  and uudt_rwonr are lavishly udorncd with  WALKING GOWN.  lt. Bordors for handkerchiefs, crocheted  with n tiny hook nnil niado of very Ann  cotton, with a iooso stitch, aro often really  beautiful, resembling that, made by moro  claborato processes to a surprising degree.  Roman striped, cushions nro very pretty  and affective, mingled with the other varieties strewn upon couches and divans  anil furnishing tho cozy corner which in  notv to be found in nearly ovory house,  college room and, of course, studio. Tho  genuine Roman scurfs or aprons nre tho  proper things with which to cover such  cushions, but failing those���������nnd thoy nro  rather costly ond not common���������a pleasing  substitute may bo dovised by sewing together strips of bright ribbon of dlfforerit  widths and colors. It is necessary to follow some sort of scquonco in the succession  of colors if a likeness to tho real fabric is  to bo maintained, but everybody has remnants of ribbon, left from millinery, trim-  mingand fancy work, which may be utilized In this way very effectively.  .Topiincso paper hcrcens, which hnvo boon  damaged by having holes punched through  tlicm���������the common fato of paper screens���������  may bo restored to tightness by having a  breadth of pretty wall paper pasted smoothly over tlio panels. A largo brush and  plenty of paste should bo used.  A plcturo is given of a neat walking  costume for a young woman. It Is of wino  colored cashmere, and the skirt is decorated  around the foot with Goveral rows of narrow blnck galloon. The lower part of tho  blouse bodice is similarly adorned, tho upper part boing cut to Simula to a box plait,  which is bordored by two narrow plaitings  of taffeta." The bodice fustons at tho left  _ido.- Tho collar turns ovor a littlo and  thero is n full tio of black satin. The belt)  is also of black satin, und tho sleeves are  covered with bands of galloon.     '  JUDIC CHOLLET.  NIGHTROBES.  Hygienic Value of Flannel Apparel'' and  tho Trimming of Such Govii.  Plannol nightgowns scorn to many persons, something belonging oxclusivoly to  tho childish wardrobe���������garments for  cronpy littlo boys and girls who tvill persist in throwing off tho bedclothes upon  cold nights.   As a matter of fact, lt is not  The present week will he the biggest  for settlers excursions to the North  West. ThoC. P. R. are bringing SOO  passengers on one train. Thirty carloads of stock and settlers effects fire  on the road. The Grand Trunk excursion is bringing 250 passengers and  25 cat loads of stock and effects.  It is probable that another meeting  of the special committee of the transcontinental lines appointed some time  ago, for the purpose of settling the  troubles between the Canadian Pacific  and the United States roads will be  held in the near future. The feeling  of the general passenger agents of the  trans-continental roads is that  there will be no further reductions in  rates till the matter is settled or the  roads have come to the decision that  they cannot settle affairs without a  fight.  An Ov<?rlool<ed  Feature of ... .  Newspaper Advertising  An impprtant, though often overlooked featnra of  newspaper advertising is the good feeling which ft pleasant  invitation, neatly placed in typo, produces. ,_ Acquaintanceship  between our readers and advertisers'-'is begun at the very,  first lime your advertisement appears.. The invitation may  not always be accepted at once, but good will hai been  established.  t  With what a feeling of ease and serenity one enters  the store or hotel that i.s advertised ;' he is welcome : he hab  been invited to come. With what confidence you inquire Aman advertised article : the proprietor' himself believes in it,  wants you to try it. is interested in your getting it. Thi_  very good will, this appreciation of courtesy, this satisfaction  in being pleasantly asked, has been the foundation of many &  successful business. :;  Newspaper advertising is something more tha������  spending money in the newspapers. - If properly done it is  tho making of acquaintanceship and friendship that trill  surelv" be of great value in time to come:  Would you have your business or rom- article sb'  favorably regarded ? Make it known. If it is irorthT,;  people will appreciate being.asked.  Anil if you desire to talk to.' the buying classes of  North Kootenay, it can only be done'thoroughly through the  columns-of THE HERALD, its circulation being at least four'  times larger than its .competitors iri this district. THB  HEFALD gives the news while it is news, and i$ the largest  paper and only semi-weekly in North'Kootenay. The wrong  way to "compete'with your fellow business man is to drop"  advertising. In this up-to-date age you must line up with-  your competitors, or the time.will soon come when you Trill  see where you made the mistake���������of letting your opponent  do all the advertising. ; -        ���������. J -  Now when you have decided to enlarge your adrer- ���������  tising space or perhaps only begin, the'next thing you need its ;  printed stationery, and the neatest and best always enhances  your business most.    THE HERALD, has the only complete  job plant in North Kootenay and employs only, competent'  workmen.    Neat, clean, attractive printing is the kind we do  at lowest prices', but material is always the best.    No job too'  large for us���������none too small.    After getting yourstationeiT.-  and arranging for your Ad. then subscribe for THE HERALD  and you are on the. right road to do business on"np:to:date"  "principles.  Be up-to-date.   Do business with THE HERALD.  THE H6RAI9D, RevelstoHe.  Royal Hotel  '��������� _iAT_n A.R Y  Near the C. P. R.. Station.  Rates to suit the times, from $1 to  $1.50   per   day,   according to  location of rooms.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Rcilly & Archer,  Proprietors  NEW SLEEVES.  tho juvonile population nlono who ought  to wear thorn. A large proportion of grown  Individuals, cspcclully dclicutu' women,  living in a cold climate, would bo much  hotter off if they adopted woolon gowns  instead of muslin and lawn ones. Of  cour.se hico and nainsuok ciuhrolilory aro  very pretty, but tliey aro also very illnibj"  for frosty weather, for even In tho mo.st  carefully regulated houses the heat tvill  go down during tlio night, und as tho vitality Is lotvor during sleep than at any  othor timo insufilcicnt protection at night  becomes a fieri011 a matter in a climate  whero throat and lung troubles aro as  provalont and as serious as thuy aro in a  largo part of America.  It is possible to make flannel nightgowns quite as protty as muslin ones. If  thin Scotch flannel is used instead of tho  ordinary thiek kind, the large proportions  of cotton will keep it from shrinking, and  the light weight will allow of amplo fullness. Plain whito or pink or blue nnd  whito goods mny ho used, the trimming  being of heavy medici or torchon laco or  bands of silk braid or silk feather stitching  in whito or colors. Tho oxford robo pat-  torn, 6uch as is used for wrappers, is prct:  ty for flannel nightgowns, or they may bo  made with a yoke or with plaits at tho top.  An illustration is given of two novel  sleoves. Tho first, intended for n dinner  gown, is of nllo green moiisscllnc do soio  gathered transversely throughout its  longth nnd draped at tho shoulder and tho  elbotv by largo whito velvet daisies, tho  foliage of which is carried down tho out-  sido of tho sloeve. A puff of tullo falls  over tho hand. Tho second sleeve, for a  ball gown, consists of a printed guipuro  cap mounted on a shoulder strap consist  ing of strings of pcnrls hold together Ly  jeweled bars. A double frill of lace is  placed under the edge of the sleeve.  JUDIC CHOLLET.  Is thp Shortest and  Quickest Line to...  WALLACE.-PARMINGTON,���������  GARFIELD,     OAKESDALE,  PULLMAN,      LEWISTON,  COEUR D'ALENE MINES.  DAYTON,   WALLA WALLA.,  PORTLAND,    PENDLETON.  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Close conneotio- sfBttaw f_r * gsl���������i,  Kaslo, Balfour, Pilot Baj-. Trail, '-&���������__���������___  Northport and all points sooth.       . - ~  For fall information, tickets, ���������___���������_. ___-,  coll on or address  T. -W.,BRA.DSH__~~T.  Agent RcTatetok*.  Orte  W. F. ARDBB80JBT.   ���������  Travelling Passenger A������eat. Keiaaa.  E.J.COTLE. D_f.P������������engerA|pret,Ysaoo������TS������  TIME C)\RB  Subject to change without notice.  Trains ran on Pacific Standard TI_n_i  00IXOWS8T DAILY tHJtSO  8-00 a m Leave Kaslo ArriTB Ma p  8-38 am ...South Fork... Iclfip  936am       ',    Sproole's    " ' til;  l_Um ���������' ...Whitewater... " "fcOOp  10.03 am * ....Bear Lake... " MS ft  10:18am ' ...McGuUtan.... ��������� ��������������� ' US������  10_38am " Cody Jonctian M ia������p  _0--3U_mArrive.... Sandon .... I__*r*ISO_������  OODT U*B~S  Leave ll_������an_....Sandon....Ar������T������l������_aa  Arrive 11*10 a _o ....Codr Xoarall  a*  ROBERT. IRVINO  1 eEO.F.OOPHLAjn*  G. F. andP. A.       j       BaptnlaMB art The Canada Drug  BOOk'CO^ Limited---^  'CARRY -A     LARCH!    AND  --.-.���������-'���������. COMPLETE.!STOCK'  OF....  Pure Drugs,  .._....,'.??  ...���������'..patent Medicines,  Plain and  Fancy  Stationery  tJJ'  Wall Paper  Latest designs from or. to 70c. per roll.  Photographic Supplies  and 'Chemicals.  _?-y  i;_?~5  Mail Orders prnifiptly attended to.  ..Magazines.' .Periodicals'... and    Papers  '���������: .' :; alwayskepton haiiil.  \iyr-~  :-i?,v--:-  'Si'lc  ���������ftj  lift?'  IU  \:p.  im>.,  fit"  I'I;  ; LOCALuANDi GENERAL'  NEWS  ^..Anlnten-sting Budget of Local, Personal  ?_;���������?'���������'..";.and '.General ,Items .Round  and, .'���������.-���������  ?J ???-???J'?--At>out.?Reyelstbke.v ���������"������������������  fi.i-:'���������-Ranch eggs; specially good, fit W?  f y B. - Pease to Co.'s. ??; ;.',y JU:; Uu ��������� ���������-������������������ J ������������������'< 'ii'  y;yfRev.*Fj?A,;?Fi)rd is better- but is still  '?;;confitied to his bed.? /?;;;'ii.j-.-Ui.'?  ;?;??Mrs. Haig and family left for a .visit  '������������������"'��������� ?"tp.'\~an cou ver on M oiid.iy.-������������������. yy. ���������'���������:'���������_  J'������������������'.:~A large;assortment df/vegettiblc-  ������������������'- anil flower seeds at W.B,; Pease A: Co.  //-The;'party? tvorkiiig_.rin 'tiie'electrii:.  -? liglit/company's ?,da"m  havebeen dis-  ;��������� charged.v?;';:fe-..?y,,; yy'J?''/,./y/;?/���������"/?''���������??.-J?'  ���������?''-,??���������J)on't forget-; it"is;a genuine mark  -.-down -clearing   sale"' of   furniture   at  :--. y R.. Howson fc Co..;.: ��������� "'"'-/;:-;  ?yy?Mr.?WyM, L.itvrei.ci* is -asking?fiir  .y?t-?ndei-s?for the erect ion of .ti. yd tyelliiig  ^^.^,^?-SR-'^^c'0'R.^J^t-*''c^l,^,'^'''',-J'''':^  l J__-���������Yon .can get Keeler's Dundee iiinr-  '" "Tifalades,' "in 71b. find .1? 1 h. jars, also  Crosse & Black well's jams, at \V.13.  :;?.'Pease & Co.'s.;..-?/ ;'._; /v?-     '-?:;t--:;'?Jt-'''?  ?   The Salviition-Ariiiy opened  iip fire  -?ipn  Front- St., on  Saturday? evening,  ': They have rented Peterson's hall for a  ;?: temporary barrcks,    : y :-;   y-J;??. ?    .  ..���������.���������:.. ���������For good spring tonics and blond  purifiers,  go  to  the? Canada  Drug "to  ;Book 'Cii..?Ltd.   They/ ha ve ii -large  .supply''.if fill the jpatent medicines. ,  The building erected for live Molson's  ;   Bank Ay ill be ready  for occupation; in  'about.: two.  weeks, and   no? time' will  ^thenib__Jos-_in^openirig=-tip-the-bi-.-iiich;  J office for business.  'Post-office. Inspector .���������Fletcher 'has  ���������: '*.���������; notified Mr.* F. B. VVcllsthat on nnd  {...after the 15th o.f next month the isort-  ?if-ing of the.tna.il froin t.he -south tvill he  / done at the .'..Revelstoke - Statiou post  -,:' office."'-.?,,- ���������'.-:.        -   ^/?������������������?--'.'-.-v :  * Hugh Ross was in town on Saturday  t ��������� night. He has 25 men under him on  '���������'. the canyon work/divided into two two  y-y--atnps,.the nearest0 being about four  .? and ahalf.milcs.tip? tin: river. Work  :-ivill go nn till high water.  ...   .   ^.T|ie April  number of the Deliupa-  , tor is called the spring number, and it.  ,;'  confirm-, and suppli.'iiit-nts the spring  '"   styles  given  in .March.   The litcraYy  matter  for this  month range-over a  verv interesting field.  .Mr. S. Ijiillega.'ii'il is laid up fit his'  home with a severe attack of rheumatism.  Mr.-L. Mi-Taggart, formerly with C.  XI. Hum.' it Co., left ���������yesterday foi his  hoiiii'. in'Vancouvei'.  ���������Moth hall for preserving I'ur.s fro in  insert- during the 'summer months, al  the Canada DrugA: Book Co., Ltd.   '~"  Mr. Thus. Grant, of AVinnipeg, bn.-'  I he.'-in-law of Mr. XV. ~il. Liiwivnce,  arrived nn ''Alonday to take a .position  in the hardware store.  The prrifinsed entertainment, which  was being got up by .member.'" ul' St.  Peter's congregation Tor Knslor Tiies-  il.iy, lias been postponed I'or a   mouth.  (iovi.riiin- lingers has riiuimiiti.'d the  death si'iiti'iice. on Henry Crnoiuer.  wlin was ti> he hanged at Seattle last  Thursday, into   imprisonment, fur life.  ��������� Centre tallies, dressing tables,  mirrors, steel eiigi avings. oil paint nigs,  at'your own price, at It. llow.-on & Co.  We are overstocked hi.these lines, anil  thoy must go at our April sale.  ���������-Noah was tlif-'first iu.'in toadvertise, lie .-iilvertiscil The flood -aiul it  came, olf all right. Tiny follows., who  laughed got." drotyned. iiiul it served  theni right; Ijlyi'i* since jVoah's ti nn;  the .'advertiser,. has been prospering,  while tlio other fellow is being swallowed up in the flood of'disaster*  ������������������The Canada Drug it Book Co.',Ltd.  intend-handling.several lines of ladies'  and -gent's' bicycle's.'this.;.year.. The  Crescent, both ladies''aiid gent's style,  to be seen atythiiir store'at present, is  a- first-class .machine, and'.'s'uitnl'lii'for  llu*. roads of Ret'elstoke. Beforo; :..]iur;.  chasing this year call and inspect the.  iniicliilies.and get:prices.:   y?  ...TheCosgrove cum pan y's matinee for  ctiililri'i|-;tva.-i fairly ; well 'ii.t'tended.on  Sfitiii-diiy fifleriuion tiiul '.���������thi.'vyoiiiigi'r  liiuiiibers of the- cfi'i'i'i'iiiu'nit.y enjnyed  tlieiiniiiinl.eil^pict"lire's tii tbe full.yThi*  perforiiiiiniie iii thi.-; evening flrt'ty ;..aii-  ojtlu'rbii in per. house funci?"scored as big  jrsiiccessfi.s those rifitlie.'pri-'vioiis c veilings. ���������? -fi Aftet'yJydiiing ?iithl-' ?0kfitiiigiiir  couiitry, the cpiiipiiiiywill pay Reve.l-  stbke:iini)thi'r visit, in about .a"induth  on? thi'ir';tvn.Y,y tos .'.Bant- :to:liIl attvb  month's ?eiigagi'iiierit?.with Oiy Briitt  sit;the Saiiitai-iiiiii..??;.;       y'  ? Two.liuiiiii-w 1 niile.s up;��������������������������� the :St:i>.vai'i*  i-ifi>iMn?wl'iat'is knotviir.-isrihe Gri'.-it  Desert, ii'ilreiiryy.sketch of roi-ksy un-;  lirokun Iiy'.vegetiilio'iii'-.-i p.-irtyof ])ros-  pi'i-t.ors;rfo.uhd vliis'b.''A'tigiist.-',,thi.'..:-'skelo-;.  tVins ol'a iiian aiid '1/ dog. find :; iii it"; far  I'roiii' theiii ?ti,; niigget; of-piirp; gfikl.  .'weigh ii jg'.-i.ti-i flu "tiyi'tr ".hi iii~ oiiiiccs anil  several:siliallor:pii-ci\s ,of. the ^procinii-,  iiie.t.-il.. ?The iii i fort ii ua te prospect tir,-  who liiis nut been-ideht.ifled was .-ippar-  entlt-nn the Way uiit to??pi-oiOiiiui his  good; - forth iu*.'.'���������'J Where : tho ; treasure:  ei'iiiie from is'a mystery -but a |~;irty :n|-  pri.'speciot'-; is : even?.iioiv.pressing;fiir-  w.-ird iitlfi tlie? iiiikiioivnyland.'���������.bcyi-in'd.-  tlie desert-, 'whence it; is ..suppiiseit,.,the  dead iiiiin was retnrnii'.g. ������������������'������������������',  NOTE AND COMMENT      !  Our people lust week had the privilege and honor of .assisting on the kin-  i'tofrcope at, the impressive' ceremony  nf _\!r. Oreeiiwiiy, the Grit premier nf  JManitoba, slookiug grain. This is all  very well for ilm.. meridian of Winnipeg, tail, ii British ('iiluiulii.-iii audience ileninnils niore liwiil color.  IVciiiier 'I'uriier sin-king on.' would  make a telling. ]iii:turi~. Cnl. Baker  running salmon would elTect a. hit. nr  i.lu> whole i-abinel. sli-nggling with the  wily pack horse and Ihediaiiiond bili-li  might be worked up into tin uflwlivo  aiul amusing si-ene for this part, of the  Dniniiiiiin. But to insure liiuupei  houses nnil st.-lulling room only in  North Konteiiay Tin* llEltAl.l) would  venture to suggest that Mr. Ivellie  working the rnails nn the Lard can  townsite would prove a star filtrnc-  tinii, find would assuredly combine the  interest, aiiiiiseini'iit nnd instruction,  which Sir.' Cbsgrnve ileilares that lie  aims to make a specralty uf his show.-  Robert Fleming1  Is prepared to ilo fill kinds of  Light Transferring,  Carting  Will moot all Indus.'  pnreels Io.nnil   froin  'I'lii* ilelivi-'i-y of  I rains nnd tn nnd  i'riim any part, of town will receive my  special al teiition.  Tclephnne yinir nrders to XV, M. I'.u'w-  I'f'iii-i'.-nml ihey will be promptly attended Iii.���������1'obi'iT. Fli'ining.  Hay Look Alike  m  iT_  a  Successor to GILKER  _______ L&a^  & WELLS  Agont I'oi* tlio BlicUetisdcTT'er  Typcsv i'i;.ct''  Dealer in Hats, Gaps. Boots,  Shoes, GentsJ Fui'nishings. Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobaceosand Ciigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc  POST OFFICE STORE,  REVELSTOKE,  B.C. J  Hut you'll?.'Kitice a vast dilfereiiee ill  the".-ippoiii'iitice.'Of the iiii'ii ynu ilicet  every''day, a:id careful obsiirvatinn v/ill  ciiii'.'iui-o: you Thai, the,-appearance���������of  BORN  ".Ialkv. -Oiiw^liii-ch/^Sth. the;wife;of  '   .1.TMiiley, nf twiiis; sons, y  The (?stinialcsT'or roads and trails in  Norl..h Konlenay ,-ire iiot siillicieiit, aiul  our people should..unit-,- in -urging  the  'government - to   incri'iisi;   theni. : 1'he j   , ... n .....        ...  '7 , , ��������� ,     , ,-���������������������������������������������������������������   the man depends, in a great measure  two wagon  rntiils,   which   lint-c   lieenI ���������������������������  ,-isked foi-: in  lhe  Lfiriletitt. 'should- be  granted tliis-year.     The  dcvi-'liipiiieiit  of Nor I h Kontiiiiuy is; a  business  pi-o-  position.     -Kvci'v   dnll.-ir   spent    will  come .hack in increasi'd revenue.    And  the business way to go 'about   it, is. by  spending a gfiod siimtuiic for all on ..-i,  few ?: periliaiieilty roads, ...instead    of  fi'iUeriiig   lii/iney  iiu-fiy  in?Tinl;ei'ing  and  piitchiiig  in  drilisjand "'driibs? all  p'vet'.' thi!;. country;:     Of . coui-se: trails  must'  precede roads, but The: cheapest,  most"..'eitcci.ivo,; a lid- most: satisl'iicif ii-y  'met hod; is In turii the irailjiito fi -'ri'md,  iis st i'lii-as , the ? trail   lias, , proyed tliat,  f he" results from .a? road tire rcasontibly  cerliiin,"   To keep spentling siuiill sums  on? jjalel|-iigiipTTails,?w  try tnivcrsi'd?;iiy;thcni?is;?at;:a;ystaiid^.  still fni.'.-iiu'kjpf.ytii.w^'iggo.nii-'dad.-is'-p'o.iir:  biisiness ?fihd ? poor ecoiibiiiy; y"? It? is-a  policy   fity'onco? extrfivagant?; aiid ih-  efTi'Ctivo;?':';.;.?? :-:"-���������??;���������-:--? ,y'?.? ;;K'.)i ;=*' -���������:���������;'������������������-?.:  Tapping's Theatre  The ii.niioiiiicciiiHnt.'made in-'niVpther  column: Lha tin '���������future;.': the?';siirling- of  the iiifiils:;fi-i,iin the.simth.w.ill be dfinc.  inThe,I{i!velst.f)kcyStati.)iT;;ppst;pttiuic  instead ?pC?;at' the,;yRevelsfnk'e pftit-t*,  though not entirely unexpected,:"ciimu  as rnfhei'fi; sin-prise jnist ,.'ij'ptv.':.,;i.;The  'present'system ''is.'.tv.ijrkin.g'.'.y.er'j^^e'n'l.is--'  ,fact only; ? except,? forythe y; rlesper.-it ei  al.tI'iiipi's on tiie.:��������� piii-t;; of . the ..depart-,  incut':Tn?'..eoiioini'/.e.ii. thc-'triinsportsi-1  tifiii? of?tlie;. iiifiils.?"?They;will Iiiul,  liiju'evei'. that I lie : iietv . plan will lint  lie of���������a'hy.iidyantiige in this respect.:as  ittvili eiil.ftil.i.frf-'Sh lii.'iil-riiti'ai-d ii  t'r(*sll i-iinIi-iictTo convey tlio soiillu'rii  inailsTo fi'n'd froin The I "'ci'-lsU'lU';.Station post oitice. And The depart ment  ncCilTint expect���������"���������'to.'balaiice' matters by  cutting n If any Uf the present; faci!'ties  from: tho .Revelstoke'/. post. o'Iicr-._'lis  triot.;  onflie clntliiiig he wears/ The, _siiits  wc inake ?iire i ffi'shioual.ile ftnd? well  iiiiiili',nnil the 11it'll 'who', wear .them"  are tlio-tvell dressed ineii. The-re are  no suits like, (iin-suits.The workuuin-  ship is perfect, iiiul it will |i;ity ynn; lo  sec;tli,' pretl-y patterns wii arc slioivi.ng  I'm- s|)i'iiig aiul suiiiiucrtvcai'.  '���������".' ?  '���������'; ��������� y"; /:Thc UevelsinkeyTailoi-:;  ?://;/?? ':'-.������������������  Revelstoke. Station.?....  :aii-  .^iJSh'aye[J';  U ;;?/J;J  :'A;?Haircut'' ���������'���������'?y?''?;y.':;??;-y?r":; yj  :: A yB ath J??'; J?';: J J?'y; J J vy ?? :S J  JJ/fe??JSmpking:yTpbaccd;?J;  UUU'Cti^f7ing.i'to\ia.ccoif;~  .;"y.??|J?:Ghdicest;:.GigarsJJ:JJ  ??;?Big?As3ort_-ent.;..;:.y; ;;,;?/;;;;'.:;;.���������  ,':.;;,' Cohfectibnery/Fruits,;Etc.?;'?/;1  ;;?/^.TonsoTial Artist;- y/;?//?;  ; Froxt SthkktI ; 1!kviEstokk.- ;.;  Ghoiee T^as  and  Coffees  .in -great variety at-.-.all prices  Salt  Meats,  Suit   K's!i,   l'-c'irw  (I'Ti'sh   or  racltod),  Butter  (Dairy   or Git'iniiiMy), Ganiii'd   Moats, OnnneclyGoods  ���������  of airitihds,"Clioiuost Jams, .TellioPj/MaVin-tlades; ?  y/v -���������-;;/; Gidceiies, ii larg't*, fresh and complete-stock?   ?  ���������'Our Staple Qooc!s=~-Hay, EIoui* and I^eed  !~i-_rf-  W. B. Pease  \\u:uf&D:^  Corner   First  Street  and  ;?/-;/ Campbell; Avehue,i://������,"y?  y.y;?y-  REVELSTOKE STATION      ;?  JTHE   CITY  SCAVENGER,  Is. prepared ���������to-do all kiiids of scaveng-  ������������������ ���������;-; ing round town. All oi tiers left at  /;,;������������������'thiv  IlKHALiiyOffice/!inil;;AV; ��������� B.  ?Bciisc;. to " Co.'s /store ? proinptly  ;...'.- i'iittoiiiied: To. /;. Yards. Tfincsnnd  ���������/privies cleaned; /?, :??/;?,?,  JOnNJjEjWOOI);  ������___-_______  ^reliite^y  ?:?���������??;..;/;������������������ ;/;;/?/;.?;���������'Notice ?���������":��������� ??/:������������������:;?????���������;;���������/-���������  ; Tchrlpr.s f jr tlioci'cction nf a ~~rnino IIoupo.  fnr W; M.i. 'awrisnri! tvill -be r-ciit-ed up to  noon nn Friil������y;. April U,tli*. l-owc-i-i. i ra.'y  len or.;; not iicci'ssnril.v, ncccpti-il. , "F.i'-wiiril  t.'iul..-s; in Sfi: )"'l ~. in i:lop������; .tintrke.l "'render  [or. Hoiisi) to:W. M Law..eniji..";'/;'PlaiiH nnd  spucilioatio ,s tii hi: _-_i) at hia:bllicc.     ;30mi-2t.  J    On Saturday  ;?'-?/��������� ������������������/���������'!JJ"?J;a-t. especially?low/prices'f?;:J;:-;'y;;y?;',.,'J?:?:'J?;::J-//.;y--*?JJy;'  faltANITR'-'IRbN-COFFKlii/PO  "'"''"'��������� "���������,."/..://?' ���������'"���������.,? '?TBA.?POTS :. ..'../..���������.���������;;/.���������.-.'?.;���������?;..//....'..;;  ���������??;.:.,,?."���������??. ;������������������;. /f'W_ASI-.|z BASINS.:....;';....:';/.;.;..;'..'.;/,.  ?v-; ?,/'???: ., /'DISH PANS. v/;?;/.'.:. -;?... ?;;?.. :;.'://.���������;;���������. ?;.  ?v;JJi?-??.y;??.,???yi\lI!_lv:;AN.D?l-lCIij;TW  ������������������';. /y' ���������"���������' /?;? Stock cniiiplcle; iii nil; lines'.'of; Shelf;; find 1:1 ciivy^; Hard wiirp.;.?;'-���������;?/;/;  uM^^Mm:^V  0 75  $0 50  '���������'-.75;"  './'/��������� 75  nn  -';?':---" 25  1 00  '���������".?"- 75  lot)  1 25  Hardware nnd 7 insmithjnp  J  Paints:nnd Oiis. -;; :; Furs Bought  m  Certificate.;'of S'The'.?';, Registration'.': o'f/  ?;/ .Extra-Provincial; Company,?.; y  ;��������� ���������.cpin:\nii_s.?\ct' is!)"."!"'-."- y - - ;  ���������";'���������". . .���������"FniiXCII  Clll^JK MiSfSli COMI'AXV. o;;.?/;:  ; Itegiisforuil'tli'p'lotli.'day of Mnriili.'TSBS:':.''���������',.:.  I-'niirotiy niirtify tliat 1  liavo. llilsiliiy-.-repis-  tereil tho ''Jj-reiifli-Crecl-;Miniiifr  Cb:.''.fts an'  :E_-tr_'.-I'r6\-iiii.ifil. .Coin puny Tuul cr tlie "Co'n'i-  iiiinlos j\i:t. 18:17. anil to liarry -tint or.oifuiit. all  ��������� _   . ...,.-..,,-������������������      .,       'or nnv uf tin: objci'ts: licruiniiftcr, sot fnrili to  Quiteas much   niail   froin The | v.-iiieli: the .Iui.-i-iliitiv_;:aiuliorit.y of the Legis-  si.iitli i-n-..ln niiV. riftir-e -i= tn tlif* other  i lauire of Hrili.fli Columbia ei'iomls..   ���������  .siiuuvgo..- to nii<  orncc a. rp.tne ocnei. i    The i���������.n<loiru-u ofyUiofconipniiy is situate in  anil  the  l-esid .iil-*;in-t-he west i-nil will i Jlilwauk-.e, .State of -W.lscoiisiii.-U; S..\. . y ;  ���������  - .    ;    . ,-   . ,   --;���������;,;,- .,      / i:: The amount of the capituinl" the i-onipanv is  XeAk Statiox. j either   get    their   soilfhern    niail   -as ��������� fj.oi,u,(iiiiH),  diviiled   imo; 2ii!i,tn)0 shares often  ������n;T :!-\T"E I:VTEr-*������n; i proiiiptiv andsatisfactorily as They do ! dollar., '.encli  E11ECTED.1S3,  Cor.; Victoria Ed: and Ccnnaugtc Ave. ; "' i  .-V very.strong   frame  striie-LUre, .'.lixlii.,  two !  storey, each eeilin;; beinj; V- 't-elean;   a first r  I pi-puiptIV .......-*,^.,.,.>..-...j- ,^._..w_, ".j,Tho!u,.v,i���������1.1(.oofIlle company in  this pro-  fit  .present,   pi-  The   depjU-tih-tltiliay y t-i nee i-i situate at Hevelsiiike, and Artliurli.  make up its mind to hear.about it.  Our c*������tei**.iied;qot off; its; usual col  M." Spra^^e, .barrister, and so.lii-itor, tvliose  address is'kevelstoke aforesaid, is llie attorney  for -.litieo'TnV'aiiy, y ' ;'���������./;, ��������� ������������������;/ / ;.y ������������������ ������������������"  ,;:Theobji-ei,s for whicli the,compi'njyhas been  established are: ':'; .;;./���������;;:���������;���������;-:,���������;/ o"  :t__;L.._--)-iiri__ht__su^-^eaiiire.-;onerat.e.--t--veliani;t'-.;1  proveinenis.      r.veryi.nini;   s;,riei.y j -  lirst iTass.    To let _ouly ip respectable ptople.'.  N'oothers need apply. .Cnarpes mode-rate. ���������  afliu'������������������������������������ ' It; TAI'PIXp^rroprie-or.  Shoes ;Fbr M-uu.  Shoes for the pi-ospeitor. shoes  ...... _li>r .mini;.!.-*,. .*>hiii_-.*)-.."'..i|...t I ill ill hi; li,  ; .-Hid shin.'.'- foi- I'vi-i-ybiifly. .-ull  hiiiiil ni.-uli'. fllso tint,"shoes*, at  'prices.lo suit.  L^^^D. JENKINS,  First St,i*i-"r, om.* bloek from  Imperial.'Batik   of    l'.-iuail:T  IIKVKI,STOKH STATION.      -  fiver with '-the: silent:*' of the prnverhial  |"nyst(*r.. The "focal items' are skimpy  laitd .scanty... Tin?,  pditorial.s''-".lire. dull.  ! and,yporiipriu.**. jjut, she'weekly col-  iumnTifid a hiilfpf abuse iifthi: Hun AT IT  jTiev.er f.ii!s./;ii).1 tyoii'ldJii).f;i'-t S!-'.*ni:,tci  1 have iM'cr.iiiJ.. l.hf: raison d'.i-t re of t.!*r  i *-s.t!:-em(.*'i> exisleiicc. " Of/cnursi- t'tir*  ;- 1!Eit.vr.n i.4 duly   grateful;('���������ir'.-ThcTai-gf'  dams, cfitiiil-, ditches,,water-ways, reservoirs,  'irates, -fi-iiues.: raee-ways;. sluiees, : tiuinets,  wa terrnn: ins. pi ii'.-s.inaelii fiery, build in _>:'and  ii-ttui'i-'s siiiiabie, neei-'SsHry or i-i; ii, enieni for  'he ii*';n:/a*i.'-,'n >>f water for the: pi.rj.ose of hy-  ilrsi-.ye nl.t.-.'r niininir, or.oihcr'.vi-e; to flu and  P������>noi-ii. ever;. ;.;.,f ar.d.tbinii not- herein speei-  .-ri-:'t bu, -,vi;.*i-h tuny be ni*i-essary,: jiroperor  .;;<l/'d:,:.U: T,;-r -;:e siieeess ilr p'rolU of ibis eom-  yr.-t-iyrii.i/ ���������::,."������������������-��������� -ipistent,. with "law: anil iti-'rmr*  >M.vri".-.nf ;'* :/ir;,.ises, find ol .eet-Yto jmrehase,  li,.ri-nt   m.".rtjtnj.'e,-; bvpothi--  Estimates, ;plfliis -;.aii'd"/spccificiitidiis  fi'riiisiied;on; applicfit iim; .y::Shi)py?aiii!  i'eptiiiJ.:tvih-k?'-,,:proiiipt,ly.-'';.-i.t^  -Woodf-arviiig .ii'specialty> AV.prk���������'slii.i'j'C  Fi-on(;;StrceL?;.;-;/";;/';//:!���������?'/;y/;/;���������.?,//;;;, ;'���������?  .;;.;:,//y;;;/;;:;/./.;.Notice /���������':������������������ '/y.?-��������� -i'./.i���������//  -Notiec is hereby (riven Unit appiiealiou'Will  be niaile lo the I'arliniiientol' Ciiiiiiilii,"iit its  next session-, for an.Act, to- iiieorpornte n eom-  pany' to be/known ..as '-'The; Ij.vnn^Ciinal anei  DaltouTtaihvnv Cbnipiiny,".tvitli' in'iwer to eon-  strnei; eiiuip, opernte nnd maintain n railvvay  of. slandaril or anv other jianire frbiii.a point at  or noarZithe. head ol'i.ynn ,Canal,.northtvnril i  alone nnlton'sTrail/or ns infill- lliereto ns pi-ae-'I  tii'iilile to n point. alOi-tiieai- l'o'r.l yS'el.kirk.in  Ihe.N'ortInvest Territoi-ies,.\vilh: power.ui.eoii-  neet\vitli~nnv.riiihviiy in jtiiieriean.territory,  and to I'Oiistriiet, iniiiiitnhi aniloperiiie brnnelr  lines -and _all iiei-essavv ; roa.lways,._ bridges  and- ferries, and. lo build, own and maintain  wharves iind docks in* ciVii'iiec-iion.1 herewiili;  to carrv on in the J'l-.iviiice'.of Mritish <:..iliun-  l'ia. iinii'--. in tlie/.N'oi'lli west. Tei'i-i lories I lie  business of carriers, forwarders, und trims-,  portatioiias-'ents and all other/lmsiiieKS iiieid-  eht: thereto or. conneeled .therewith, ami. also,  the business, of - vi-li ai-iingers, shippers anihves-  scrotYiiei's; and-inay for iill;qi-;any of llie/siiid  purpose.-,"pu'r.:hase. holii; le'tne^*.!'. oilierwiKe  acquire timber. Ian*Is,;l_.iiiblinds, docks,*:works,  boats; vessels, -vehicles,;jioods, wares or, iner-  chandise ami olherproiierly real and personal,  niovable./and Tiiimi.ival)li',:.fiTill;.Tuiprove, extend, ini'.iini-e, /devoiiip, ** lease..,; inortitai-'e.  e.-ehan_:e, sell," dispose of, .or .turn, to account  the same.v and .may establish shops or stores  on the'said lai'ids-, mid iiiajZ purchase and  vend general, merchandise, clothiiiir, ;.provi-  sions,/stores, lnachinery- and./supplies, and  niav deal in ininei-aT priulnets, ores, mines and  pre'eiotis: inetals.:and ixenerally inay do all sueh  other tilings as are incidental or coiiilucive to  the attainment of llie above objects:/ lo biiiltl,  acquire and operate steam'-; nnil other vessels;  to take and use tvatei* for ireneratliii; electricity  and to ti'fins|-er and^lispose of'I he.power there-  ? JJ U F rp n t v:;St reetj;- R^eye 1 st o ke J? J;J?J-sJ;/J'^?:J:??'  .Bc''st-;;$i..";'.-i!;da,y;;h'o.iiseU!'i:- tdtvii.;j'i^:'/;'V.H::fe!J?*^*J.!*?y-'S^-;  A\?liilc:hibi)iir;.iinly.~?::'y,:/::'7::?;;;: /;:;;..'���������:?/'://:;y? i;??:?;?:.?;?:'??:':  Tlio;?bai'y is /supplied/ withy tliey best; brand syof? wines.?  'f;!i<l'iH)rs"'i'tud-:'.cigai's'  ; L.U N D.^ScyDU FAUUT^Proprietc-i*.  V J.?VJ PERKS,?; Manager?  and operation of smelters and conconli'ntors;  with power to,exproprinle hinds for the pur-,  poses.of the coiiipnuy, and..to acquire lauds,  1-ii.itiuses, privilei-e*;iiiid olh'eraids from any  giiveruiiiciit.-niuulciiinl corporation or otln.'i*  persons or bodies, iin.,1 to-levy:and collect-.tiills  from all parlies iisiui' and o:r all fi-eiylit pnss-  ini; iiver any of such j'oads, ruilwuy. ferries,  wharves and vessels, iinil,wilh powe* to make  trafllc or;othor nrrani;eniciils tvitb railway,  teaniboat   or, other com panics,  and   for: nil  k;^,,ii, . .." '/h^;���������i;;r^r',jollier iieccssarj-orineidentalriKlils. powers  "   I'1-"'1'1 ���������'..'������-'' Ul,     .,    i,''iiui.lpi-iiilese-  n that behalf      ,,,,.  iMir.I. ;.f   inisnlieil eii   .idverl i_*������'ti:i;'itt./ ')*������������������-.  :������������������  ! am  j which.it'llvus'scriires,'.bul- (1  lis tii-'l this -so s!'in.  .-idt-:intii__'i  lf)-,S|,i!    SO  B.C.  n  w  Our lirciid. Cakes find pastry, cannot  be bi-at. pirst-rl-is's catei-ing ?;i specialty.   ' ?.   '- ' '   - -  SMITH to HOYLAND, Props.,'  Pacific-A vciiiii*, Tii'i'i-isUike Sta.  '..;,, The: Western    ^lining ', tVnrld,   of [REVELSTOKE '  Butte.  -ilonUm'i, has again   reprinted j'  one 'of, our recent artichs nn the Big [  Bend, thus  gaining  for  thi.-* district��������� it j  widely read 'advertisement' 'iinong the  "���������mining'men of the 'western states. I  ���������   .' -_ ;/;;    ���������     '    .     y ���������. ��������� :. I. ' :     i  A party  will  leave  Golden  to pros-1  ������������������--   pect Canoe river as soon  as"' the snow!  ./goes   "siiffit-iently   to   permit  the tr ip.  ...Mr.   Griffith   tvill , arrange . with   the  party to clear out- the  trail  as they go  along so as  to  leave  it accessible for  -������������������   others who may tvish to follow.���������Golden Era.  Mr. Bobbins, formerly of the C. P.P.  office-at Revelstoke, who  h.-us joinod  i'i   ~the Columbia River Lumber Crimpniiy.  '.  r'tn'tends   removing    his    family   from.  Revelstoke  to  Golden.    The   Lumber  Company will build a house for him'.���������  J Golden Era.  Judgment wtis given   last week  by  judge Walkem in the case of Stoen v.  ������������������-���������' Bobinson. which  has  been before the  .'" coarts for some time.   The judgment  was in favor of Miss Stcen, the  plain-  "tifE.    Chas. Wilson.,Q. C. and A. O.M.  Spragge,  plff; E. P.  Davis, Q. C.'.ind  F. B. McNeill for D.  Kobinson ; Bod-  well to Duff for P. Robinson.  1 i-niil'li* ���������  ctTi;i,i!utiiiri of f-nr <-s.tr>.*in< d  as   In  gi'cit ly ii)ii,i;iii/i- thi--'..  .    Tin- llKli-M.'li' is 'l._sri-.-_*>j-<i :'  iiiiich   tr<..:ilil.*0;'��������� t iikcn y't'i. ii '  siii-h siii'iT.'1'r.'sul..s."Whynot   g'-i   tin-;  [������������������ri'giil.-ilic.n yi-oluiim aiid' ;i   half ,s(.-i*.-*  ��������� .typed, and  run   it  in _f he.-'Sfiiue pl.-U-c-  'every  issui*.    pr,������..:��������� insra.Iineritnf  itis;  i jusl. like finother,"  The saiiie '-i'-plmnt-  i J .... ���������,'���������������������������-. "  i iim attempts fit .sarcasm, tIn*  same iii-  ct>nsi'i| until ia! feelilem-ss nf :at'guii'i<.'ijt,  tl  I''  s|.<  , end franchises,; in cidentlo  :iri)'!������,"i' iiiul objects herein  if fliern. ."��������� ' ��������� ��������� '.' ���������.--  ���������;��������� haridyao'l seat of oflice nt  ��������� ,. -.1 "'..-lli-'h I'oliinilifu. this  ';..cietliou*Viu'l .;i_.'hti-. u u.i red  -  s.". troOTTri*;,'     ;i  .-finif .f'lint .-::���������>,-k (':i������!ii|.,Hn;ij-.  CEHTIFiCATESOFiP/iPRGVEr'/ihNT  iillcittir for aiijilirtuits,  .M(nur*-������lt:;0lh Dfic^ivilior, lSi������7. MtwQt  Bakery,?  Confectionery Store ^ *"������.������'. v-i.-..i������n������-e;*tv������w������������sr-.-to <���������*  press  itself, ui. tlics^ntity, vocal'tilai-j  _-'K,".,(_��������� TI r������.'"a u- i11 .%��������� RU  r i:\tsi. y  A I/"  .':���������. GfciT in rvo;  Hereriftcr the sub' eription raten to The Vancouver Daily unit Semi- '.Vcek'y Wor d will l;c  as follows: (' *  '      '        s:  at  the  command, of the styi-nting cdi-J  tfii-ifil   iiiteliei't.   y   Why.    ugnnize    tnj  sipiceze  nut ? ti  fi-e^-Ii .couple of Teet of !  this stuff every .issiii'*. Why  not con--'  centrale the bi'-.-iins of the nflire in one  supreme, eifortllget it stereotyped nnd  let.it. go .-it that.    The ellVct.   would,be.  just tho same.  .-"liua''.- i', 'he Trout  Likiv-ilininj! l>iti-i!oi r.f  tt'i.".- K,".i :...y,    .vberii )0'.Hl<.'d: On Kilver  ,C':;p  y,   >:;:faiii   bounded  ou  lhe jiorlb by  th.- .Scf.tr.1^1'. Chief. ' n   the  ������oui,-i by tb_  l-;^c l^ior ^lia^rai Cl-ir.i.  ���������   Take. ..nrir.. thai; I,T~ Icir a. liynn-jit; i-''c.j.-  Miners f Vritlciit"* No MS A. ite-Jed   it. Vie-  t.,Ti;> on lbe :'/d  Nrt>veinher. W.I', fii ai<--ni for  f-rftofi hi'.r.tt t r,i the >~nn..h:rie , i.imitJ^il. K.-e'i  1 MinerV C:r.jlKnte ,No. -II/, jt"���������isni'ii at. New  ; >.v������iStn;In*t'������r eft ihe Siitti June, ir.'jl, ir.lcnrt. W  I days   from   ihe  date")������'ri.<.f   to apiily to the  I .MIninK" Kj->���������",rdJ!r for _ Certifloiire. of Irnpiove-  ; ments forr.bi-  f.irpo?e of ob'&ifiintc ji ciown  ; %,ant of the above mineral chiira.  i     /..-ul,further take notice .that H..*li:jn, under  : *iec.'i.,n   .~r7.   .'ni.-ii:  be  comnienced   '-efor.. the  : i3-".anee of siu-h OrtiliPiie of .liitcroveinenlK.  n.ite'l this :ifjli. liny of March, IS!)!".  Kf'GAI: A. flKNNKIT.  Daily cilU:on. by mril, per ar.num   Do     fornix in  ___.���������>���������!-  ��������� ���������-  Do.    pei J.ionlh : ���������-.  The   Semi-Weekly   edi ion. loaded,  per  an u a in :....  D-.   for s.x)iioni hy....."....,..   2 7.5  ."u  1 fill  The Ideal Furniture Co. ;  As tvill be seen bj' an  ndvei-tisfiiieiit i  in  another column   ICt'-vcl-stok-*   is   to!''  have a new tiirniture store.'  The  netv l ,  enmrnit'iv will be kiintvn ns   Ideal   fi'iir-j  nitiii-e Cn., .md their premises, will be  local ed nn Front St.. ' The manager nf  the ni.-w company stated that, thr-y  tvould crcf.T, ;t building, if :i suitabli-  pliu-e could.not be. procured to display  their goudi,.  .Advance payments insisted open in every  inf-taneo.  The foreign poatnt-e (tha1 ii to all c'.if' Irien  outside of Cnnndn. NVtvfiJtiwUai-d nnd tho  United States) tvill be added to the s T.serip-  tion rates.  iti,*' Sampl'.' copies supplied on application.  Arid, ens���������  " THE  WORLD,"  J. C. McLAO ,-i. V.t.Ncr i-t-i:i!, II. C.    j Crick.    Ti-iiders an  ManaKcr. ������j|��������� n | day next, April 2nd.  Tenders Wanted  j     As will be'seen by an  advert.isement  I in aiinl her  cohmiii..the   gold   cunniis-  j Kinii'-r   is   asking   for   teiuli-i-s  for the  i-nnst rail inn of a bridg" across Dnivnii'  '" --' to be in by Sattir-  MOUNTAIN VI'. VCTION'-' I. .MINKItA1.  -.���������- claim;  Situitein lhe'front Like Mlninfc fiiviaion of  West Ko Icn^y    Where lueateil: On Silver  1 'up '.viuni.r.-in, buiin*lerl o.. ti.e east by th*-  8ci)"isii   Chief, on tho west by the Alour.t-  fiin .Mineral (Halm  Take n^tlJ-e that I. Kdirar A. Ilcnnelt. Krrc.  .Miner's Cerl.llcnie No 2IW81IA. la-md nt,     le.  toiia. on the '.'irrt" November, le'.ll. a-t aReet for  nntl on hehiilf of the. SinHhine  Llni'tofi. Free  Minors OrtinciUB No.i'1116 A, iKaiierl  al. New  Wcstniinstci- on  the Sijili  day  of  .lime. IS!'~.  iiitenil. lib dn ������������������_. Iron, the Unto hereof, to nnply  lo the, .Mii.inic   Ileeoriler for n C'eitlilente of  Iiiipioveir'.viils for  bo purpose of nb'nl  iiiK a  erotvn urrfit.l of lhe above mineral claim.  And further lake noliee lha'. nolion, under  Section 37. iniml be ��������� un;mencml before the  issuance of such Certilieate of Iinpint eiiients.  D.iteil tins Sinti Uny of Murcli, l������!>_.  I/Uiirini '  .   EDGAI! A. UKNNETT.  ' '''Notice ?'. "; ' -:?  Notice is herebv iriven that rtppllctitiou tvill  I be ini'.ilc !o the "I'lirliiiinenlyof Canaila, nt.iis  j ru-Ni Sj-ssion, to Incori.orate' a- company to be*  ;'kiiotv.ii ns tlH.T_riti.-li;("oIiiinbin nml Northern  | l:allw~ay Colu|',ariy, til coiiNtl-UcIll railway to he  j operated by sten Vn. electricity or olher .motive  lMjwcr. from or on a point of the Canadian I'acilie  kali wav Coin puny near Ihotown of Ashcroft to  run in'a. northtvesterlv direciion a Ion a the.  vaiicyof the I'raser, by" I'orfiStuart I.al.-e, to  Ihe bend waters :of the. .Stickine Itiver, nnil  iheiice. norllierlv. down the valley of ihe  .!_���������_.vis. Klver to Tort Selkirk; with fulf power to  divert the above road as inny, be found most  ���������nil__l.li- on future explonition and survey .of  eimiiieers. and with power In consiruct,  1 acquire.- operate and maintain branch lines  und all necessary bridues, culverts, rimdw.iys,  ferries, docks, cotil l.uiikers'anilAvaler; tanks in  courieeiioii therewith to carrv on in the Province uf llritisli Columbia inul in the Xorth-  ivis.1 T.-rrimries the business of enrriers,  forwarders and transportation af-'ents ami all  olher business incident thereto or eonneeted  tlierewifli1, an.l alsti the liusiness of wliarf-  incers, shippers find "ves*;el"owners; and unit-  for ali or any of the snid purposes, purchase,  itoi.l, Icatie or otherwise acquire timber, lands.  blni'linES, docks, tvorks, IkiiiI������i. vessels, ve-  hicies. ^<.bil*. wares or iuercliainll.se and other  property rer.1 and _ personal, iuovabl<i;,aiid iin-  ircvable: and Improve/extend, mnnuiie,  deieb.T,, iense. morti<fi(?e. exehance, sell, dispose of. or torn to account the same; and inny  e^tabli-di siiop,sorstiires on the said lands; and  i.-iay piirchas" and vend genernl merchandise,  clothing, provisions, siores, machinery and  su;,piles, and may deal in mineral products,  ores, mines and precious metals, and irenernlly  iimy do all such other thine.-* ns are incidental  or; ".indnelve to the attfiiinnent of-tlie above  objects; to build, acquire and operate steam  and oilier vessels; to lake and use water for  ...onorntinK electricity and to transfer and dispose of the power therefrom for lii-htlii^. heating and motive purposes: with power also to  carry on the business of a general tradinc company or an express eninpany; also to own,  niiiiifti-'e and lease hotels; to' acquire timber  limits and operate saw mills for the production  nnd sale of lumber, and to mine and develop  mineral lands; nnd to carry on a ir-vieral irlin-  iiiir and ore smeUint. business, ii:o'ni'*in>r the-1  erection and operation of smelters and concentrators. ;  .M(..I.W~- .'; "'NlIIjAVn. . - !  Attorneys,  llritisli Columbia nml Northern ft. I*, t'a. }  Mmitrrnl, ,H)tli Pecem'-.r, !S'.*7.                  .if it St !  -?,y.?-J;.?"J-?J;?"':J..,N������tice;..''-:; -���������-?/???/;J.;??'?  ? Notice is hereby iri vei) Unit, i.pplicnt ion will  be .iiutde lo lhe I'lirliamenrbf- (..'itniida,' al.;.its  next session; lb 'iiieorpbi-nte,a:(''oiiiji,'iiiy t,bbe';  know u. iisy-./eTlie: 'Slickine "aiid :. .Teslin  l.nke ..Kail way.; Company" Vto'. construct ".a  rn i 1 way . to ./be ���������*.-.operated v,-': by _ sleaiu,  electi-ii'.itvy or;; other ;;motive:; :powe" -./froin  I'ort Wi-angell follow-ini;/the; Stick Iiie. -Itiver.  north lo 'i'elei'i-nph'Crcel.; frohi thence to l-'ort  Sid kirk by .way of' Tesllny.I.ake, willi .power.to:  divert lhe aboveroiul .ns;iiiay.l>e. fouiirl.buisl  suitable on ; fiiture/exploi-iiti-on:; /anil w ilh  power to consiniet, acquire, opei'ate;aud.maiii:  laini'braheli line's, a nd all; uece:-sary7:l)riilges,  roadways, fer ri es,: doc ks >t lid/cimbbii ulcers in  .coiineeiion,; thei-etvillrjiind /;railway-" stations  aiid: Witter tanks; also lo const rue 1 and operate,  telejirapir and -telephone lines for the-Irans-  niissioii;*of )iiessiitxes for the puliliey'lo build;  ftc'quire and operate steam and oilier; vessels;  ,to:..take. nnd: use water; for "geiienitinj; elec-  .trii'ity./aiiit- to'; transfer:-and ...lispose . of ...the  Viuwei- t herefrom for lii;h I i ni;. heat i uk iind motive: purposes, witli'pbtver also,lo curryon the  .business of-u ixeiieral :.iradinij: company or Un  express company;; also to own, ,111111111^0 and  lease ; hotels; , to" nequire .iti 111 ber. limits, and  operate saw mills fiir the production nnd.sale  01 lumber/it nil lo mine;-and develop, mineral  hinds; and...to carry on iryunci'nl/niitiini; nud  ore: sniel ti n ji; business,' inel ml i.ui_c~. the, erect ion  ;ahd opei-alion of'snielters and concentrntoi-s. '  ===f=k ." '?.:? ./? ?.'������������������-*;;;? "?.t-~^i-T^ii'lTCliTlSrr:g-  : ': "'���������'. /:,.:/. A tiorneyfor applicants.  :.'������������������ Moiitreal, spili December, ISI17.;',.-'..': .;?  J'J''/J?.;?yyz^. /-Notice , ;;y/y '? -. J /' y?/: -  Notice is hereby ni veil, that application,.wili  be iiinde to lliuvl'ni-lliiiiiciit of Ciiiiiuhi, 111. its  ;next session. 10 ineorpoi'iue a company 10 be  k no wii as' the: "Y liken nud/ 1'nei lie Hnilwny  i:oni|niny," to c'onstruet n railway 10 be oper*  ateil by stenm, electricity or other motive  power from Skngivny ortllyea to l.nke Mennett.  and froin tbence bv water and other means to  I'ort' Selkirk and further to llawson: City, nnd  froin: Fori. Selkirk to a point at or on the Crent  Slave Lake, wilh power to divert, Ihe above  rond ns_iiin,v-!ic-found:most,-suitable on future  exploration; uud tilth power to construct,nequire, operate and maintain branch lines, and  nil necessary bridges, roadways, ferries, docks  nnd i-iiul bunkers Iii connection therewith;  nlso lb construct 11 mt :iipe rule; tele^rnphnnd  telephone lines for the triinsiiiissioii of mos-  shiies for the public; to build, nequire, lense  and nperalersteain anil other, vessels _.ttt take  nnd use wnter for general I nt; electricity, ami  Mi) transfer-aiid dispose of the jiower Iberefrmii  for   liiihlini;,  lieutinn  anil   motive   nurposes-  wlih power ulso lo carry on lhe business of a  general triiiling-'coinpiiny or an express cotn-  piiuv: nlso to own. maiiage and lease hotels;  lo acquire timber limits and opera lu saw mills  for Ihe production and sale of lumber, anil to  own and mine and develop mineral lands; and  lo enrrv i'ui a general in 1111 nu and ore smelting  business, ineiiuling the erection and operniion  of siuolters.iind concentrators. ,     .-    ���������  (ilCOFI-ltlON. DOKION V_ ALLAN.  Montreal, HO tli December, 1S.I7. . ��������� _>ftv9t  ;;;"??-f??;-':-?y;J-;y ;=?? Notice.?: y;;;?;?;??:-; ?'yy?;iyr;;:-y  /-Notice'isjierebyglven ?llint, application will;  be, 111 ad e:ti) 'the, I'lii-liameni: of Caiiadtt,: at'its-  next':si.:ssion, to incorporate a' com puny; to be /  knotvn  as-.'-'Tbe; Noi'lhern :ll_,., Yukon -Unilway/:  Company," to be:bin.ra(ed by .steam, electricity:;.  ;or:. other.; infil ive'power, fro'in .Kdmontoii. ina ;"  north westerly:'direct ion . by ,.:the. Pence. Itiver ;'  down  through Teslin Lake.'iind to luiitil spiirs/  To  the bend waters of the /Mackenzie   Itiver.-;  ;wi;b; power:lo divcrltlie above rond as may be ~.  found 'most, suitable  on; further, exploration-  aiul suri-ey. and Willi power to construct, oper-/  ate and maintain branch .lines and-; nil- neces-.;-.  sary bridges, roadways, ferries,.docks, and conl;  bunkers 'in^eonu'eetton '/'therewith,'" rnilwiiv"'  stations,water 'tanks,-elc.;;:also:;to .constrnet: .;  and operiitetelegraph nml telephone/lines for; ���������.  the transinissioirof messiiges for the public; to  carry on in the Province of British Columbia  and in the Northwest Terrilories,the .business"  01 carriers,;fc.r\vnr,!ors and transinirlifin agents.;,  mi'd,nil other business inciileiu thereto or eon-/  nect-dytlierewitb,;:anil: also   the   business of  .wbiirlingers, shippers and;vessel owners;/and  niiiyfor all oi*iiny:of the'said'purposes, pur- '  chuse. bold, lease or otherwise iicqulre tiiiiber,'':f  iands,,buildhigs, docks,' tvorks;boats, vessel.sy/  vehicles goods, ivm _ or inercbanilise and oilier- :  V.roperty, real .and personal, mot-ftble and-1111-/  inbvable, and Improve, uxt_nd,/iiuuiiige,_:ile-i  velop, lease, iuorlgnge,'exchange, sell, disposey  _iUj4.)-t-^turii_t_-.iieeo_uiit^thii-^sain_-;_si.iidi=niay-  esiablisli shops or stores bn the said binds; anil  mny purchase and.vend general merchandise..  clothing,,, provisions, .stores, , maolifnery and .  supplies, and may. .deal, in: uiineral '.iirnducts,,,-  ores, mines and precious metals, nud generallj-  nitiy do all .stieli^othertliiiigst as nvt iiu-ideutaTy  or condueive to the attain men t of. the above /  objects;   to build, iicqiiin. and operate steam '  :and other vessels;   to take  and .use: water for- .  generating clet.u-ici.ty and to transfer and ills-/  jiosi; of the power tlierefrom fnr lighting* heat-"  mg,and motive purposo*vtvltlr potver'also.to "  enrry, on   the ;business : of  11 /general;trading -:  company or an express company;.; also 10 own, ;.  inauage and; lense; hotels;   10' acquire'timber ~  liinit-s and operate saw mills fertile prailuction  and sale of lumber, mid .to .mine and ilevelop:  minora] lands; .and to.carrv on 11 geneiTil iiiin-..  Ing anil ore smelting business, Including the-  erection   anil  operation* of  smelters anil eon-.  eentritlors. ���������        -..--. ^-.     .       -.      . v=_.:^ :-..;,:.=-:.=; liini uNP.-UKItlNy'''':;:;������-;'-/'-v/;^:  jtttnrney fur the .Vorlhern aiul Yukon Rv. Co..'-  y-.Montreiil, ;IUth December, ]S'.I7. aiwlit.*-'  ?:'<���������  If yon tv.int einployiiieiit. nr  looking for 11 house to rent     '-.  "when you reach Vancouver  apply to the       ?  Vancouver Employment and  House Renting Agency.  3.1 Hastings St., West.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  / NOTICK.  "���������.".:-   CnrrnnFnAc'riON MiNEn.ti, Claim,  Situate in the llleeillownet Mining: Division of  yUest Kootenay District.     Where located:  Heinga norllicrly extension upon the Silver Jiow minernl claim, nearrCopper Peak.  Take notice; that I. Walter Scott, acting as  'Agent for the   Fish   Itiver, Copper and Silver  Mining Co., Ltd., Free Miner's Certificate No.  IU,l'-)l, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to  npply to lhe  --Mining   Iteeorder  for a certificate "of   improvements., for the purpose of  obtaining a crown grant of the above claim.  jtnd further take notice that  action, uniler,  section   :~7.   must   be  commenced before- the  issuance of such certilieate of improvements.  Dated this lllh day of Januarv, 18118.    _-J2j_)ttv  J. Harris & Co,  Calgary, Alta.  -IVIIOLKKA Lli  DKALKKSIN  OATS,   HAY  and Chopped Feed.  Cnrlmnl.. sliipped on short notice.  Corr-.-spon'lviK'o snlu'itefl.  12jatf  JAS.McMILLAN&CO.  INCORPOHATCO.  EXPORTERS AND IMPORTERS.  200-212 First'avc. North,  minneapolis,   minn.  Branch:. 55 whan st., VICTORIA, B. C.  - j. A. Browne,manaqch.  Q_-~ShIpments Solicited. Write for Circular,


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