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Array X  rj*  -ISSTTEID   TWICB-A-WEEK- ���������V7"E3D3STBSX)j^."Z"S   -A.__fcT._D   S-A/TTXIRID JLYS-  Vol. III.    No.  22.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 18,1899.  $2 OO a Year ih Advance.  C.B. Hume  &Co.  y  50 pieces best  English  Print���������at cost.  Great.Bargains in Laces  and Ribbons until gone.  We have secured J. & T.  Bell's Boots and Shoes  and can safely say they  are the finest goods ever  shown in Revelstoke.  Japanese . Matting ��������� a  fine assortment of. patterns ��������� at prices lower  than ever before.,    .....  ,  In rugs and squares and  carpets we think we  have the finest range  ever shown in the city.  Window shades and  curtain poles���������the latest  thing out. .  The Great Departmental  BOURNE BROS.  We are making changes and alterations.  It is for your convenience. We have  painters and carpenters tearing down and  improving our store. Last year's business  was big. This year's business will be even  bigger, Our great values gives us good  reasons for the expectation. Goods in all  departments are very low in price* Our  immense hew stock of Spring Goods are  arriving daily.  date  for it.     We  Op  enmg  Watch for our "Spring  Wait a few niore days  opening up the largest and  and most up to date stock ever exhibited  in Revelstoke,     Come in and iook around.  BiT.^-  .Don't forget we always  lead in Teas and Coffees  ���������Our Ram Lais is still  the favorite.  / -T  t  In Coffees our Excelsior  blend of Java and Mocha  is delicious.  V^e have been fortunate  enough to secure anoth-  ercar of Ascroft potatoes  ���������The price is a little  higher than some others  but the potatoes are  better.  LADIES' EMPORIUM  Tn kd ftkekt. Centre.  Opposite Cowan Block.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment  of Fancy  ._ - _Goods_in .town.  M. K. Lawson.  C.B. Hume & Co,,  WHOLESALE    AND    KETAIL  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Haig & Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  '^P  S3.S;  %?^ Adbclbdb  1 have purchased the - u  FALLIS ESTATE  and commencing  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Taylo__"Block, McKenzie Ave., RevelstoKe Sta.  Money to Loan.  W. White, Q. C. J. M. Scott,B.A.,LL.B.  F. L. Gnillim.  22na  the st jre on Front St,  will be opened to the  public.  The old stock -will  be sold at, greatly  reduced prices, and a  fine large ass_rtment  ornew stock will be  here in a few days.  Watch for.annouccement next issue.  E. S. JACKSON.  Notice. -"���������  As ive nro in hopes that our people of this  nc.v city Tmay show some signs of education  a.iel refinement all persons eiiRftgin^iiiv linll  arc requested to make arrangements Ior the  strictest ol order to be kept. Ami lhe roiuluct  of the three citizens at our Inst puhlic meeting  should be resentetl by all respectable citizens  who have the good welfare of our "new city at  heart. Hereafter all interrupters will have  their names exposed through the public press  b_mc,    , It   - K. TAPPING.  Street Car Line.  Till the roads improve, the 12 o'clock noon  and 6 pm. trips of the Kevelstoke Street Car  will be discontinued. lt      GEO. LEWIS.  Lost.c ���������  A hunch of keys tuul riii(_r anil kev chain*  The Under will kindly leave the same' at the  Heuai.d oflice. lt  HARVEY   &   M-.CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Companv funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offices:   Molsons Hank Block.  First Street,   Revelstoke Station,  B. C  DR. E. H. S. McLEAN  Office and Residence, two doors east Cowan  Block.  THIRD 81K--T, CENTRE.  Niprht anil liny Calls attended to.  Telephone connection.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Draying and delivery workaspecia'ty. Tcam������  always ready on shortest notice. Contracts for  Jobbing taken.  For Sale or To Let.  I'ull'liiii:' III vorielv f"r '���������!��������������� oc t" let.  JAl'I'lj  tv U. T.M'I'I.Mi.  ".iJ-'-'b  Pectoral Balsam  Easter i  almost here  ONE F0R_ EVERYBODY.  The Nelson   Tribune  Funny   Man Has  His Little Joke On Our Municipal  Candidates.  Tliere is plenty of ni.-itt'riiil offering  ut itevelstoke from which In construct  the first municipal i_ouu.il iu tlio history of thu newest city in the province.  It is now pretty well understood that  the face' for the mayoralty will lie he-  twL'en F. iMcCavfy and T. Livingstone  Haig. Thu lii-ist*mimed has linen in  the butcher business in Ri'velstoke feir  lhe past eight eir nine years, and ia remembered .-is the hutcher whei at one  time solel meat lieleiw cost. His eoin-  petitor in the race is at present employed as a, customs oHicer, ami also  does a real e>stute and insurance business. He lirst cutne to Revelstoke. in  connection with the smelter which  failed to smelt, and was also at one  time associated in business with "W.  A. Jowe.tl of Nelson.  So far there are seven candidates in  the Held .for iildernianic. honors, bul  the number may be doubled by Wednesday, when the oilicial noniinations  take place. There are two' Browns  among the candidates, but they represent rival factions. XV. M. Brown, or  "Old Bill," as he is locally known, has  a hotel in the town end, and is a town  end mini. The other Brown���������H. A.���������  has n, hotel at the station end and is a  station end man.* Among the other  candidates are F. B. Wells, the local  postmaster who was formerly a member df the firm ol'Gilker& Wells, of  Nelson; John Abralianison, of Abra-  lianisnri Brothers*, whose interest in  local affairs earned him the title of  mayor some time ago; XV. F. Crage.  tbe 0. P. R. time-kecpei' who was elis-  etiarged for refusing to carry orders  during the telegraphers' strike; T. J.  Grahame, who is known as the Revelsloke orator, ami Ur. .XV. B. McKechnie.  . __.   THOMPSONS LANDING  Mining   Matters   Beginning   to   Stir-  Work on the Nettie L and Mohawk  TuoairsoN's Landing, March 12 ���������  Our little camp is beginning to brighten tip in tbe way of business, as quite  a number of mining men, capitalists,  experts and laboiers are beginning to  eionie In.  The Grunt Western Mining Co. is  going to begin work on._the Nettie L  by putting about twelve inen tn work  light oft". Quili'a, number were taken  out yesterday, and it. is*'snid "tbey are  also putting men to work on their  property at Whiskey Point.  Last week Flunk" Fullmer bought  from H. A. Cook the property known  as the Four Mile House on the* Trout  Lake, road., Mr. and Mrs. Cook left  the'eountry the next. day.  * Mr. Floyd and wife and their three  little children stopped at the Laniling  on the Oth. They were on their way  to Feignson their olel home.  Jack McDonald, brother of Mis. T.  W. Grahame ciune in from Granbrook  last week, lie says he likes this place  very well and thinks he. will steip here  fur the sunimei at least and take bis  chance-here*! along with.the rest of  the poor people.  Teini Downing. Ben Reamy .-mil  Charley McKay have gone un to work  em the famous Mohawkl They expecl  to make a gooel showing in a short  time.  'Malcolm Beaton will start rawhiel-  ing ore this week from t he Beatrice  iiiine_to the .wagon roael at. Ferguson,  to be shipped Inter em "tei the smelter  at. Trail. There are about 120 tons  ready now.  It is rumored here that we are to  liuve a concentrator in the near future  soma where near Ferguson to concen-  Irute the ore from lhe Silver Cup and  oilier mines belonging lo the. Silver  Cup Mining Co.  The ie'e still holds good across the  Ann and teams are crossing every day  currying passengers anil freigdt.  Got There.  The Gazette of the 16th contains the  following appointments:  William George Paxton. of the Cily  of Revelstoke. Ei-tjuire, to be a mining  recorder for the Atlin Lake milling  elivision.  Frederick Fraser, of the Oily of  Revelstoke, Esquiie, J. P.. lo be a  mining recorder for the Revelstoke  mining elivision; a deputv clerk of the  peace foi- the county of Knotemiy. and  a collector under fhe "Revenue" and  "Revenue Tax" acts, vice XV. G. Paxton, transferred to Atlin.  ' - The Lardeau Railway.  Speaking to a Vancouver World ir.-  terviewer on Thursday, General Manager W. Whyte is reported to have  elelivereel.biinself as follows:  "Has anything i.cen settled yet re-  gareling the building of the new line  fi'oni Arrowhead to the north end of  Kootenay lake, to be the winter route  to South Kootenay?"  "The survey is being made there."  raid Mr. Whyte, "but no definite ai-  tion has been taken as to when the line  will be begun. That will come up  later."  Local and ��������� General.  There will be 100 votes or thereabout  on the municipal voteis' list.  Rev. Father Thayer lvis returned  to this parish from New Westminster.  The voters'list for the municipality  will be kept open until next Tuesday  evening.  ���������Remember the grand concert- and  dinner to lie given by the Lailii's' A'd  of the Methodist church em E.-isti r  Monday.  The St. Patrick's day daii'-e at Tapping's opera house last night was well  attended and a most enjoyable time  was spent.  The new passenger run between  Kainlonps and Field is a very tiresome  one to trainmen. ' But- they must saw  t.he wood says lhe company.  Itis reported that ex-Governor Macintosh has ue quired an interest in the  Mollie Mack group em Cariboo Creek  hack of Burton Cily.  ���������Extensive improvements are b. ing  made by Artist Birney in the dress  makingdepiii tmentof the. Cash Bazaar, wliich when completed willbeone of  the finest in the west. " lt  While, here in- Kootenay we aie  revellingiii balmy iiira\-itid'hrifii*-.VUii s,  they at'e right up against.another com  snap in Manitoba anil the -Northwest,  Prince*. Albert touching 32 degrees below last Thursday.  The ladies are especially inviteel tn  call and inspect onr new importations  of fancy goods, lints*���������sailor and walking���������ladies' silk underwear, ribbons,  laces, etc. Call and sec the new display at M. K. Law-son's.. .  The Dominion parliament openeel  on Thursday. The only mea&ure of  any importance promised in tin;  Queen's speech is for a leadjuslnient  of the electoral district. It is considered that, this measure foreshadows a  general election.  E. S. .Tatksnr, formerly wilh H. N.  Couisier em the dry gooels siele. leu  bought the stock of the old firm of  Fallis Bros, anel will combine the business in their old stand on Front street.  He will get. in a new stock of goods  mid propose. to run a strictly first  class general store.'  TETE JAUNE MICA  A    Description   by   the    Discoverer   of  These   Vast    Deposits    of   the    Best  * Mica on the Market To-Day.  Writing in 'the Kamioops Mining  Rei-oul of the Tete Jamie Cache mica  deposits John M. Smith, the., diseov-  eier. who h.-i.- frequently visited tl'.e  locality ami even taken out a considerable quantity of the mineral-says:  Mica differs from other  minerals  in.  this respect, the size and quality alone  being   tbe  standaiel  of   value.   These  essential*, are found in the  production  of the veins met with  in   the range of  mountains  in   the Tete  Jaune  Cache,  section.    In this  range  e.f  mountains-  the mica crystals are found in  regit law   '  well-defined leads, with a strike  from-  southe.-ist to northwest, dipping lo the .  west.    In     tbe.-e     veins,     which   are*;,  known  as  peginatic  veins,   the   mica .  blocks,   generally   wedge  shaped,  au-  set in the quartz in every conceivable '  manner, and therefore a great deal  of-  cue is  necessary  in   mining  out  the.  blocks   of  crystal   to   prevent    them-  being damaged.    I found in this range;  of mountains a nuinber of veins cany- .  ing mica, but they do not, all,   by  any,  means show the  necessary encourage-*'  ment.     Although I haye prospected a .  number of tbein.'yet more  than  ono"  has proved to contain   crystals sutlic--  ienily   large - enough   to'comni-ind  a*  value     remunerative    to   the   outlay**  iieeess.-uy for mining and placing it ou  the market.   -Tliese veins show si thickness   of   from 40 fI. to SO ft., and   are-  tracealile on the surface for a consiclei-  able distance.    -���������.*  * The one on which 1 have c.-iuseel  the -  most work to be elone  produces crys-. *  tals of extraoidiiiary size and' quality..  Blocks of crystal   have* lieen  obtained  from this  vein   averaging   in   weight  from 25 lbs. lo 300 lbs., 12' in. thick   at.  the butt end, giving a surface  face  in .  the rough averaging from 4 in. by 6 in.--  to22in   hy 34  in.,  and   have sepiared  clear, iuei-chaiil.-ihle crystals fiom 2-in.  by 3 in. to 20 in. by 30 iti.   These  crystals have been tested in  boih the electrical   works   in  Seattle.   Wii������li..   unci  Montiea),   Canada,   against   l'ne India--  mie'ii   and   tl e   best  niit-a   produced in'  tbe United Suites, with tiie re.-nlts that  -.the*   Bi-itish-"C~i>hini|'in *-.������.:. n.   .,;;irte.-" ;'  very much highei  pci-ivntuge* ol' elr-c-  tri'-nl volt_s ihnn any mieii nt>w on   she  market, of th- world todaj".    This mini. '  is what is known as lhe "'-Muscovite,''  or while mica." It is transparent, tongh  and flexible, and the area of its* occurrence   is   extensive."'-it   having    been  traced   for a number of miles, ar.d the -  demand is keeping pace with tbe elec- .  Mica!   appliances   with   this   mineral.  Good  quality and   large tize fetches .���������infancy price; therefore, fi om nop know-.'  ledce of the extent of  (bis  mineral in-  British  Columbia,   coupled   with   lhe  size,   quality  and  ever  increasing de-.-  liiand," I have every  reason   to  believe -  that, with-a little improvement in the  existing means of communication, that  the   orodiict of  that  section will give  employment lo a large  body of men  for  a  creat  many years to tome, anil -  fuim one* oT lhe n'm. t'imporl.-inl- min;  ing inilusti'ie'S of this piovince.  .WILL CURE....  Coughs  Colds  Bronchitis  Inf.uenza,   Cold in  the   Head,   Asthma  and all Throat and Lung Affections.  It will also be found   helpful in   Kidney  and Urinary Diseases.  O. E. REID & CO.  The ladies of Revelstoke will  all have tlieir new Spring  bonnets and your olel suit will  look shabby. Call aro tmd  and let us make yon look new  iu a new^Spriug Suit. A full  line of Spring and Summer  goods just received.  R. S.������ WILSON,  CITY TAILOR.  COME IN AND  SEE MY  CHOICE  AND SELECT STOCK OF  English Tobaccos  PIPES, CIGARS, CIGARETTES &c  Books and Stationery  a complete line  C. J. MAN,  Opposite C.P.R.- Station-  GASH BAZAAR  ...B6LLCTIN...  March 18th.  The specials we are offering tlii?  week are, a line nf Spring Blouses  at Seventy Fivc^ccnts���������which is a  snap.  A Beautiful "range of Skirts und  Underskirts in some very pretty  elesigns���������at cost,    i  Some very pretty patterns in  wr-ippers, whicli for the next week  we will run at just what they cost.  Ladies' anil Children's boots and  whocs, a splendid assortment to  choose from. These lines we will  not have room to handle', so will  clear theni out al almost any prii e.  We aie showing now some of the  newest things in Ladies' spring  ���������walking nnd sailor hats. Tlie  shapes this year are very "pretty  nnel we are in a position to give  you the latest Easter styles and  shapes in millinery ns well as in  dress    goods     anil     elressinaking.  Now is the time for ve-ils. and we  are not behind in this line, anel arc  showing only the newest patterns  and colors.  Ladies' anil Boys' long rubber  boots���������$1.75.  Ladies' and Childrens' rubbers���������  45c. and 35c.  GASH BAZAAR  MCKENZIE AYE  W\ MKLDRUM, MANAGER,  .MUNICIPAL'-ELECTIONS'  Mr. T. L. JIaig wishes the Herald  to correct eiur report, of bis speech at  the public meeting helel last Monday,  which stated that he was in' favor for  a salary for the mayor anil council,  lie did not niention'the council at all  and his reference to a salary applied  only to the mayor.  W. Crosbie of the Boston & Biitisb  Columbia Mining anel Smelting Co.,  came in last night, from the south,  when* he hael been visiting the  Republic and Boundary Cieek camp**  in tlie interest of his'company. Mr.  Creisbie is here looking over the  ground wilh a view to the establishment of large reduction woi ks by the  company.  The Trout Lake City trades commit lee ree'eive'el last, week an important letter from an oilicial of the Great  Noithern Railway, stilting that there  was lit lie doubt, lint that a line of railway woulel be roiislriicle.1 from  Argent a to Duncan anil tlience to llie  south e'ast end of Tiout" Lake. The  letter askeil for an e'stimate of the  probable amount of ore, which would  lie available by the time the line wns  completed.  Hewitt Beisiock. M. P.. purposes  fitting his newspaper in Golden���������the  Era-up wilh a new ilie.-s and outfit,  a much nei'ili'd chansie. too. savs Mr.  E. A. Haggen. his I'di'or. Mr. Bo-lock  has. nisei a-ei-ious notion of putting in  a plant, mmp plaee on Winelerini'ie  Lake, under Mr. H.igiren's faithful  managi'iiient. "Here shall the pi ess  the people's (Mr.Boslock ...Joe Mai tin's  etc..) rights iniiiiitniii, iii'invcd hy  influence nud unbribed by gain."���������Nil'.  In convei-sation with Hon. F. W.  Aylmer. C. E.. a half owner in tbe  townsite of Aythelm-ir, beiutifully  lo.-ated on Windermere Lake. East  Koolenay^ a few days ago. n Hkrald  man was inforineel that, a sawmill  plant wilh a capacity of 20.000 feet re-r  day was now on the cai-s bound for  that place. Lumber hns alreae-y., been  bought and hauled the whole 90 miles  in order tej get up a couple of In-r.-ls  before the rush up Toby creek begins.  Two stores nre also to be ei-eet'.i nt!  once. Some very prmni-'mi rojv;,. r.  ��������� properties ar'* i-itn.tii-d in elo*e pr������x ~  imity to Aythelaiar.  Nominations     Made     on     Wednesday  Morning for Mayor and Council  The following gentlemen were noini-  iiiiteil for the first Revelstoke council  ou Wednesday last:  FOR MAYOR -a*  F. McCarty.    Proposer. C. B. Hume, '  se onder. Dr. .lcl_>.  T. L.   Hale.���������Proposer,   F.   B. Wells, '  seconder. R. How.-on.  l-'OR COUNCI LI.ORS  W.A. Nettle.���������A.N. Smith proposer,  Jmlies McMahon. seconder.  . W. .J.-Lee.���������A.  Johnson,  proposer.  C. F. Liiiilmark. seconder.  Thos. Kilpatrick.���������\V. Cowaii, pio-  po>.er. Fred Robinson, seceuider.  T. J. Grahame.���������W. M. Lawrence  propiwr. J. Dickey, seceineler.  W.B. McKeebnie*. ��������� W. Abinbnnison  proposer. John Kern.-ighnn, lermuler.  J. Abi-iiluimsim���������T. E. L. Taylor,  proposer.   W. M. Lawrence,  seconder.  H.A. Brown.���������F. McCaity, proposer,  J. M. Scott, seconder.  W. M. Brown.���������G. Johnson, proposer. T. W. Jelfs. seconder.  XV. F. Crage.���������W. J.  Lee,  T. E. I.. Tnyior. se'ceuider.  r. Lewis.���������A. Ross, proposer, E.  Mnrs.hiill-.-iy. le-ci riJer.  Jas. Mc-Mnhon.���������T. L. Haig. pro-  pei<er. .1. W. Me Galium. se*ceituler.  F. B. Wells.���������S.D. Ciowle. proposer,  Geo. Lafoi me, seconder.  The Adair Group.  Ed. Aelair intends to start four men  up lo the Aelair group un Lafoiuie  Creek with supplies on. handsleds on  Monday. He' will endeavor to take  in enough supplies in this way on the  ice to last until the pack trains begin  going. He is startinti in early in older  to get 300 feel of tunreling run by  September, in time' to get supplies iii  for the winter. ,  proposer.  Tin  Laid  - .'el 1  u! !._-.  Bannockbum Sold  il.inri'it-kburii.  ,i     well-known  in   group,   em   H.-i.l   Creek, was  ;-i we;-k for   jSSO.ij1 0  e-.-s-b.    Thi������  f   tb**   iiiw'st   -mill"  I clro ivii. ks in* 11" <-- P-. '-��������� '���������'i a"-*" ���������  -a<KUuJ__k.  -__��������� t-"-.
SPORTING
NOTES
Chicago. March 12.���A careful examination by mean-; of the X-rays today
revealed the fact that something is
radically wrong with Robert Filzsiin-
nioiis' rlshi arm. Thc champion has
beon suffering acute, pain ut the lip ut
tho right elbow���that part known n-*.
ihe; funny bone���for home weeks, und
ncting   under   the   advice   of   friends.
ordeal of
Revelstoke   Herald
Published in lntcrealE o
Reveletoke. Lardeau, Eir Bend, Trout Uko
lllecillew-icr, Albert Canyon, Jordan
Pass and Bugle ""��__-���) lli-iriisli).
A   JOHNSON Proprlotor-
A Semi-Weekly Journal, published In lhc
1-terMie ot Kerebstoke nnd iho.ijUrroiiiiBinK
district, WedncsJaya and r-ntiirilaj a, mii-UiK
potest connections vtitti all tritiiiH. _
Advertising Rates: IH.piay .ei'U. ?1 i<> per
column Inch. $2.00 per Inch when nisvi led on lille
p����B.   Loiial aos.   lie per (nonpareil) lino .for
Reading
tlarrlkge,
Bubacnpiion
per an
lS2���tDra���oY\h-,,hil"Bn^,.,.Si"dl8pl,ieem or chipping off of li.e
printing oScee in West Koounay,-nel it pru- up uf i\l0 olecranon process. 1'Or an
pared to execute Ml kinds ofprli.ti~.-~ '" >''" hour or or more the doctors studied
elans atyle at hone.i prices    Ono price ion .- . ������-,,,������.   , :..���,���   ....       . i���,   miirili.fs
Ne 1ob tooln'ae���none no small���lorurt. .M'ul li.e OS-Conn I issue in me |iuhni">"-">
ordeni pritn.tly -iien.Ud to. Olvc us a trial ,bi.uvny right arm. Tliey found lhal
on your next order. _���..,,.��� ������...!  :lho  tip of the elbow  bone was  broken
To Correspondents^ W.ejni^  c^:,V��V.V ,,ll        Tlien       llic.vlol.l   Fitz       thill* he
rest for at least two
and   warned   him  against c:i-
in   any   pugilistic   encounter.--.
j'l'he latter listened to the verdict wit.ii
la rueful   face nnel  in tide      ;i  vigorous
jhe champion  was siilferiiig      from
arre*-|ioml-
ence on'iny iuUiect of lnti.rcel  '.o ijio U,\".'U. I .   ,     .      .   ,
��r.Kii��   .~a un. ��� rcllabl.   rcpilar coi.-o- (moiled absolute
oil.     Then
neoc
month!"
public, and  desire a .~ .    .-_, 	
pocdent    In     every     local! ,     mirroiinilinx
SevelMoke.   In all cases the bona tlel-i iwiii'. ,   .    ,
of tho writer must accompany inaiuisi.ript.Du!   k.it,in���
col necessarily for piitilicatio .
Address all co nniuniealloni
REVELSTOKE HERALD
Rovelstoko, B
hSTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-
1 All oorrcspondence must be legibly
written er. one side of tlio piper only. .
1. Correspondence cor.tainlnK pcisonnl
���tatter mnst be eisnuil wilh u.a pr per mime
of the writer.
3. . oriespondonce   with   reference   to  any |
thiEK t_at   has   appeared   In   unctli'-r   P'woi
nuitt tlrti be offereo for publication to t.ii.t
laper before ilcsn appear in lm: ubkai.d.      .
into a  barrel  of  whiskey  and  filling
Himself beyond  I lie  limit.
A  Kentucky fiiriiinr noticing a tree
ou  his  phice   filled   with      something
thai  looked  like black fruit, Inspected .
ii   niore   closely   and   discovered   that 1
hundreds  ofbi'tck  birds were  frozen
lo the limbs.
Mr. Daggett, member of Uie Wis-
cnniilu legislature from Hear Crook,
has introduced a joint resolution lo
appoint ii i't"mmis..*ioii to ilrafi laws
preventing  wonum  irom  tight  lacing.
Charles Kraus, of Cincinnati. is
siili.g for dlvoiv" im the ground lhat
his wife never let him know i;he had
a e.lin.s eye u-.iill after lhey were,
married.
A New England conl miner was
troubled with a pain in his back, and
tine 'lay hist week he went to a
ilicle.i- about it. Tho doctor looked
over 1-ir.i and took four inches of
luiiiV l-.iade out of him. He had been
.':.'.'!M'-~d in llie back eight ycara before
rnd the blade hnd been  broken off.
Sdi*
JL
CIIAXlilCS   IX   H.  C.  CAUIXKT
SATURDAY,       MARCH       IS,       1SW.
A VASTER  LOSS THAN   HAS  BEErl
Mail and Empire: Mr. Mulock con
ducted the postofTice at a loss o
569.000  last month.
This is a deficit of S2.200 per elay,
or of ?S2S.000 a year.
In addition to this loss of 5S2S.000
on the working of the post oflico iu
Canada we pay $560,000 a year for the
carriage  of   mails  in   steamships.
So that in round numbers the loss
is S1.3SS.000 annually. ' *
Thev are going to put a tax on tea
io cover the Mulock deficit caused
i-igely by a two ca~i~" rate.
Ten cents is the lax proposed, but
:.t six cents a pound the government
will on the 24,000,000 pounds imported
just  raise Sl.440,000.
The average man who posts a letter
a week and uses a pound of tea a week
-ill save 52 cents a year on his let-
trs and pay for this saving ?3.12 a
year on his tea.
protest against it.
���'This won't stop nie from lighting
.7iiu Jeffries," ho declared. "I will
go into the ring with him if I only
have one hand, and I'll win out al
tliat."
"How did you hurl your arm?"
.-"'.keel onc of the doctors.
���'About four months ago I was
boxing with Dig Yank Kenr.cy, ray
.sparring partner. In parrying one
[nf his heavy swings 1 caught the full
j force of Iho blow on tho point of ray
elbow. My arm dropped like u shut
purl the pain was something awful.
1 tried massage, liniments and other
'remedies, which reduced the swelling.
. but I havo nol bccji able to Ktroightcii
ilia arm since. When I try to do it
.Uie pain drives mo almost crazy."
i Willi the aid of iho fliioroscopc tlie
.displacement or fracture, of the elbow
jiip is plainly visible. The muscles
adhering to it are also nppnrenily
| torn. 'J'ho doctors warned the lighter
lhat tho consequences to lho arm.
should ho g;i inlo the ring within two
or ihr_.c nioiilh:.. wor.lei likely be most
,serious, as il might result in permanent stif��*ue-.s. Hill. Fitz nays ho is
.determined to fulfill his engagement
'lo fight Jeffries no matter what the
conseejuoncos may he.
| .Too Goddard, the Barrier champion,
was defeated in lho fifth round last
week hy Gus Ruklin. Jt is surely
time for Goddai-d io quit, llie ring. He
is -10 if h" is a minute and is losing
all  his lights those days.
V.y a score of five goals to two. the
Victoria Hockoy'club of Montreal, defeated the Skating club of Brooklyn, in
Victoria. March tf.���An extra of the
;;. (_'. Gazette to ho issuer! this evening
v.ill announce the following changes
iu the Uritish Columbia cabinet: Premier Semlin lo h? provincial secretary.
Mr. GoUon. finance minister, will also
act as chief commissioner of lands
and works, and Mr. Hume will be
minister of mines only.
SIR JULIUS VOGEL DEAD
London, Jlarch 3-1.���Sir Julius
Vogel, colonial statesman and writer,
is dead .
Upper Arrow Lake,
BRITISH COLUMBIA
gmmmmmiwiwmivtm',
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Sr
ti/\
IXCO-tL~U~t.~_.-~-D  L1Y Act
Ml I.I MI EST,
it.
IS. 15.
HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL
1 PAID UP CAPITAL      ....      $2000.000
HEIST FUND - - -       .   -       $1,��.00 COO
DIIiEC'TOI! .:   Wm. Molson   -I.w.tiiimiso-. I'n.-iili'nt:  S.  11. "I_.\vim_. Vice I'ralilcnt;
W. il. I~_ams.iv, Samui:i. I" ivi.i'.v. lli'Niiv AiienuiALi', .). P. Cu:i_ itei::e,
11. M/MIKI.A.'.li Mol.l-oX.
I'\ Wiiivi-iurroN Thomas, Uvinei _il .Milliliter.
Ivl'lUI'I'ON
$!^      A geneial Imiiking business transacted.
fl..: rates.
g��j| Manai!i:ii, li|-.vi'.Lsi'(,'.;K,
Inleresi. nllowe i'i n   cui'i'Cnt.
.1.  1). MOLSON.
II. C.
3
RATES.   $l.oq   P-5R   DAY
"Wei) Known for Thair
Health Gi-7'iog PropGrtics.
^fES5-*0    P
Botn
Hot-
Open for th
V/inter
lions
iibia
Good accommctl
well sujijjliejd
liquors and cigar
ior~.    A   good b.ir
v.iib c!:iice ninca
Fpoe B.'is Meots AH Trains
���kj *
..............
n.M.M.....
Uie
Ml,
trail
I reu
iui on
REDUCTION   If!   C.  P.
RATES
!'io   St.   Nicholas  rink
The Canadian Pacific, we arc
pleased to note, has maele a reduction I
of from -0 to 40 per cent on tho rate
for live stock shipments from the'
���North West Territories to Nelson and
other points in the Kootenay. The
J-0 per cent reduction applies to live
stock shipped from Macleod. Tliis
is due to the fact that former shipments from those: .southern points hael
tu come round by way or Calgary,
whereas now they will he able to go
light through, over tho Crow's Nest
Pass road. Shipments of live stock
bound for Nelson "will naturally go by
this route, no matter whore they
come from*. but shipments for the
Slocan will go round by Kevelstoke
as heretofore.
Tho land in what is known as
Sharphcad Indian i("servo, No.
situate cn battle river, on the
l're.m Calgary to Euiiioiiioii, V*..'.-,
placed in tho hands of the Don,
li.nil agont al luditiouLon for sale in
accordance with the Ja:id regulation:-;
of '.lie department, except that, inswa-*!
of lho throe, yoars residence and Iho
improvements required by section o
of snid -regulations, the' piu"cli"i".ci'e
vill be required to reside o/ie y*uiv
on   the  land  purchased.
C2UECH DIRECTORY.
The Avrovr Lukes Ste.iniLTS Koolenny and Minto Gall Daily.
A Gonveyanco is run'in connection with I lie Steamers
c and the Springs.
both
M1
TFlOrUST CJIUItCII ��� IlevelHioIcc
I'lMhi'tiiLg poriicus nt tt a.m. ai el T:!.1
p.m. t'la-a im-cein^ nt tlie cluiee of Hi.
iimri-ir.g service., tiilibitli i-'-ebo.-.l i.nil B.'lil'
OI.iM in. 2:I"J p.u*.. \Vi..].-lj- pnn-ci- nr.cetli'.i
every Vr'cclnc-sdny. ev.-r iiiu nt 7::il) p ni. Tie
pub.ieHre cortlmlly inviicd.    Se"ii3"fieo.
KKV. S. .1. Tlloail'SOiJ.  P.mnr.
ENGLAND MOVES
TOV.'ARD PROTECTICM !
In view of the proposed increase in
the tax on tea in Canada, due to the
~T.ormous deficits caused by Mulock's
Pest Office policy, the disastrous do- j
tails of which may be found in
another column, it is interesting to
learn that the mother country herself;
is on the eve of some radical changes j
Hu���th-j^-way-of���taxation���in-order������to-
niake a balance between the revenue
e.nd expenditure. The alarming increase in national expenditures over
tbe water is, however, not due to postage stamps, but to the increasing of
the strength oi" ths navy. According
to a London correspondent iho most
remarkable indications, however, of
the * transition stage in national
finance, is the candor of the leadin-g
EuzlUh journals, in recommending
the re-inposition of duties, which were
abolished when vfreo-trade was established as thc permanent fiscal policy
of tho Uniteel Kingdom. That great
organ of- English opinion. The London
TimcF, has been publishing a series cf
Important articles, by an expert on
finances of the last 20 years, and, ibis
"le.ck, It virtually adopts his conclusion
that the tinr* has come for considering and rei ising the entire system ol
taxation, in a bold and comprehensive* wav.
in New York
the other night. Every available
inch of room was taken up. aud the.
'poetaiors saw the laslost anel most
-.'ientific gamo of hockey ever given
in Now York.
*\V. Kil'o. jr.. lhe yaehl designer, has
boon in London during the past few
weeks, studying tho lines of the Shamrock tiH she grows inn shape. Ilo
lias not modified his plans in the
""lightest detail, so he is evidently as
pleased with ber aptienranoo ar, an
actual, beii-l as -he was with tho ilc-
si__riis. -\Yorknicii have now ru��-
'ec.eeled in surmounting tho worst dif-
flpultler. in wcritinn: the. manganese
plates, several of which were ruined
during lho first attempt.-; to do so.
,"uil work is now proceeding smoothly,
tiiough slowly. It ir, expected, how-
'n-.or, that the yacht could be ready, if
desired by the end of May. The nam"
Golden Red. which it is said wi"l be
jKlveit to the Amorican defender, is
irathor startling to Englishmen, most
I of whom never heard of thc American
jllower.
;    The Yachting     "World      says:    "No
fi.ult is  to
but all the
.uggesiivc o
I.l'ltOll."
The owner of thc Shamrock returns I
KNlli_..\NI.:-.St.     r.rer*i
Hours cl service:   Kvcnl-i
ei'doclc   Friilcys  nl.
":."-
f iii'p.cn   os*
^-J    l-.,;v:-|. lolto
prayer  il.-ily   at
.-~u:._I.iyii in el Festivals:   li'ily 1*0111*1111111101
a.rr.. 'iinrning inaycr nl  tl.   Snr.itav  School
nndriiiilc Cla--> nt ���_"._"", i_.vct.InK nri-y. r at 7:*"0.
I.'irsl. Siinilr.y in t.ho mouth Holy Cuinniuiiion
at a:o*.*'i:nj_: acrvices. ^
T>Ui:ailYTKl{IAM
l     l-5or..*ir:e  cvi.r>
t'JlUE CII���Ueyclstoke.
. u-.K-'mj- at 1! n.in. nnel 7:'.V-
p.m li!b*e trl.ss at ���Z-7.HI p.m,. to whicli
i.i! .'re welcome, i'raycr tatulinij at b 51.111
every \Vodiic^tl.".y.
I~F.V. T. MICSZIK;
P." a lor.
IJi.'VAN CATiIOI.Ii; CHUlvOH ��� liovel
'���^ -v.iiVi*. M IES Rr^t ard third Sundays ir.
iionth at 10:110 a in.
ItEV. I'-ATREIl TIIAYEU.
Good Accommodation
the Land ins.'.
Telegraphic Communication.
S 1.2:3 per day.
tl   the   Springs   and at
Brown ": <S5
Pi-'opr-icto:
Pool
Lt S
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1 o
j- \_
cf^7
^1      -i
1
_K_SB_-
Do   You   CUant*   a
This    Gnotxtii'ig
Oliaiiog   and
Baths Free.
Kates
��
fiomc
c*Jailciiay   Ccntnc   ?
The C. & K. sfoam Navigation Company have so**"���*! of lhc   im.:-fc  de
lightful jiioijei-Ly in Kevelstoko.    Itis chiuminoly*  situated,   handy   to
lo any portion of tho town,    Come uud enquire about it at once.    Easy
terms if necessary.
HHIG & C$flIG,.Sole Rgcrits
Proprietor.
Large light bed
Tnlilo 1'iii'iiislicil with
the olioieust. the lnnvket
alTortls. Host V.7 iuo3
Liquors nnel Oigars
day. Monthly race.
iVLBERT STONE, Proprietor.
F
. Mecmun
c~-
.V.mO.N- AliMY-JIrr.linj
���i I!...-;- |-,n 1 on I*l'oiit S n:rt
3 every rugh!
Loyal
I lift'i\ Mi,'i
Stc-d. Tr.
Oracgrc   Xioti^e, I-To   IQ5S.
Ilnriil.-vr   lAtvtliiir?   aro* liolil   in  11.o
<)*|il.r* ii-'U'.s li.ik  n'i ih*: tiiinl I'rulav
of t ,rU tii'-nth ut 7 *ti. va.   Vi-s'tliitr
Iiri'*!'.ft."i! (���������ltlijillv iii\*i:i~(l.
\W Cr. IJiuicv. "W.M ; li. V. l*,-tti
���   Si-v.: J>r- T. ,it(Ti, KIu. Sec : T!u-s.
Ti2G Vernon Soda -
Watep . Works . .
J. O'BRISS,   PKOPRIETOR
_Mar.ii f-ictti' or of Soela Water. 3initer
Ale. S.'.ri-upii'ila nnd all Soft Drinks.
A fr.ll Biioplr Jeep: in ��tcck ut _Ic-
Cnrt:''-' -Coltl Slorn^c, wlicrc or.lcra
can be left. . ciO-sv/'-tf
Liny      i> uriu     Hnys:      .nu    .;   :���,rii'-y^->f,iSJi   i -'i'*1-1-* *)"n    '"*��   '-"ll1*   ��1vVbiSLQKS'     s10Spi\��2,
be  found  v.-llh   the  namc.il   \l -X / ^W��f2 !  )  ,\nv"L .'::i:L 9?    o-**      * ** ���
same      it is unpleasantly |A ^fe _&M / ^H^^.1'^-^ '
f a beating for Sir Thomas j   \S.--.,-'t,.'3.C.-'J3>?/   ""'���-���'.'--"-���n    in*.i.ed    to
from the Riviera on March IGth. when
the ditto of the launching oi the cup
challeiiKci- will be fixed.
QUEER HAPPENINfiS
An Indianapolis woman wp.nts a
divorce sot nsclie on ilu* ground that
there was;r.o ground, as her hu.-,hanri,
:i drummer, kissed h _r 500 times on
the last  day  ho was  home.
A   Pennsylvania   coal
minor ivjs
iilandi'ig up
dinutr p.:i!
frozen to death last week
in a snow drift with lus
i*i his hand.
' The pride o: iho life r.f the laie y.v--.
Elizabeth Skeats of London v.,>s thut
sihe was the mother oi :-ix poiiceirif-n.
A Chicago magistrate iv.eiitiy lin-.'.l
13   Ii. C-iiinnbe'.I.     :
Ch-.ef  Ilaoger.
D.
J. C. Johnson
Use.--=�����.
Mnt"r;iil.y ltoom in connection.
Vaccine    kept     on    hnnd.
f"-rs.   McKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants
! ra
t
REVELSTOI
01 -WORKS
3Iac1iK]_3.ttIiiiairi .Tobbius
PJ.--5.__ibins'.   PiPo Fitting
TiustaithinS
f?keet Iron Work
DlacliinsE-y Repaired
Mining Work a Sp8c:a!ty__--=c_:*.
RGST. Q-OE33013"
llevelstoke   Station
rsf . ps? .f,.-j> .
��� \ >
V*i
w
!������'  .,
*sa>- rssif  ...
0? .0? . 00 .*Z0 ,
<5t>- .Rio- *'S3>- -Z&J
rTr' ��� 00 . 100 . 00 . 00 . 00 , 0S*
CZfr- <??>- *S%��- JSOfr- <&frr ��i3_>'
*o . ��� 'ejk ��� "��Sk ��� *��_*_, * >=i_K ��� *a_s ���
^_-    ��� 0Z> . ��3? . 00 .0& . 0& . 0S&
fgX" -P��r &Sar fSSfT <SO^ <MS��- ��aS>r JS^Vs,"
><3_v ��� "Si*, -via. -"tt, ->sa, ->����_. *"^��, ���^���^l7
ill fl
K
Dn Say.
.Wholesale and Itetuil Dealer in..........
" PRIJAE BEE#, P0KK,
Fish   and   Game   in    Season.        Markets   at   Itevelstoke,
Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Luke'City, and Ferguson.
THE' PIONEER'-LIVBRY-���w
Feed and Salo Stable of tbo Lardeau and Trout LrIic District
.���.addle    .-oid      P.-i
a'.whys !'< v hiie.
lion
Dailv
for Troitt'Litke Oily.
T.'ii-.iiin;
neiiiif' e-vei'v mornin;' .-it 7  n'cloclc
For particular.", write
OUAiC' & HII/LMAN. T
"ili?.lSON'.'i LANDir.*!*!.
Tiie llevelstoke >*
City directory this jJ
year will be I ho best /
eelition ever istucd. /
Lt-will-have beside, j!
de-1
A 'ior.-ov.itl house to
vn-is will
to fcceiue
ii'jiis";  ea
mado
.{.bo
^tiio
a man S25 for beiuK a ilsr.
The an'ihoriiies of Vv"i:*lii-.irti"ni, K.i.i-
sas. ] lopo.-e.-I to eci'. e the name of !.'���.."
f!'\.i j'.risonrr co-.ili'.tc.'i in fhe in-v.* jui!
to that insiitntioii. r.r.d it wa; e-all. *1
Unrton Jr.il. iiecans-* Mi*':. Ilm-ion wi i
the fir-1. She proved in br* inn-T'-'iit
and now she is si.ip.;-: t.ii" e-iiiti'y f^>"
elr.mB.K0s on a.-roniif. of th,** j.ii!'- nam*'.
"
��� was
ill Allie
vrr.
���a tl*,."
:""r'l--- h
the
'���ewi.'".-
lil.ie-hie
;ci!t who Hr-t eliscoveretl thnt for a   few   thousand
"1 *"en t'rire-.,*lee"i r.t the wrnrs end anel no invented
The rusi: lo Black river, which i.i a '
tril t larj   ���-!  th _  L'.i:rd,  and      has  its '
source  near  the  head   of  the  Finlay.
is of intense  interest ta      Kdmonton
people as quite a few of their citizen's
arc in the vicinity.     The rush is ro-'
poi ted from the coast and furthor in-j
formation  is looked  for, as  tliis in ;i
likely river for gold according "to old
timers. |
The   Be-sbe   mail   robb-:ry   ease   was
the principal event at tho sittings o." |
the supreme court  f.Iudge Scotl)  lau
ft eek at  Edmonton. Tv.enty-oisht
witnesses were examined and allliouzh !
l'J of these were for the  iiroseciuion
and nine- for the defence, the jury ro-1
turned a. verdict of not guilty.     C. Vi1.
Cros=,  advocate  ior  tbe  prisoner,   ia \
saiel to have put up a Eingularly able
defence and to his efforts are greatly I
due   the  vaunt? man's. aca.uittal.   The
amount alleged to have b~en stolen ij
iia. supposed  to have b-en abstracted ,
from a lertter address'-'!  to Mrs. 11. .1. :
Collins,   at   Armstrong.   II.   C.   11or*07*i
leaving  the  court roti'm.  the  prisoner
was again arrested, this     time on  a
charge cf obtaining money under fah-e
pretences.      Mr.  Beebe had been held i
at Fort Saskatchewan for five months
awaiting his trial, and som-*! complaint.
i? being made that there H not a p_-
An   old   el.:e-k
Illinoi.i  academy
l!'.'-' e Isss i:i      p:
lh,- Ii.wk of thr,
I ;tn. ;::.i! *.*.*!'.0*i '���'
v.-cr!'::
to
IT I'.V 11    If)
LO   In*   II-"
ysie ;  to d
ii .r.i'.'iliir.:.
r- i.'.-i. h-r :
found   n   i-i-il!  oi*
f"\2.  I'lej.-r���*!!],';  ll
: Wnrr.'.i,
! i.'ofo.v
:nt.i*. :ti*r, i'*
i-of'isr-d I J
i.t into _'. *
hills.  a*,'.-i-
:it;,*. Kpr.tne'.ey.-!
���r i farm f..r !
i tlio1.'.- ;,:o.*m !
.-.ni  eatinpc tli*"
Quitting
c-i y.
A lot Of noiil-hoil roi
cattle v.xr.t into a. lob*
.".belter elurlni; th-- Ir.
ar.d _J0 of t!-.e.m died I*
teibacco.
'A I'inevilli', Kenlu ,ky, l.ro h"i- l-i =
thi.-i si.r:n elispHiye-ri* "If you dn.i't
er.rr.c i'i and I'.-t rre: shave yi.-*.i. I i'm
fc'olr.:; to I'lr.^.-. my ;,iic���;�� and ;;t> to
!.r>ein_r coi n."
A Mafcsne.h'db'-.l.t.-, farmrr i... being
s-.iu.'d for ur.cz7.ii'.rs z;i loud on the
ptihlic highv.-ay a*, io ciiukc ths piaia-
tlff's horse to run p.-.vay.
A farmer, near Xoblei/villo. ladi-'im.
f.:"! yrnr:e cf ut:':. h:-^; never l*.;:'.l t*c'.h,
:i
I",
n.
I hrt ". yt.-.V'.;.', v. on;.--li
of tli"1 country hrid ail
'������If   tl*.r,.r  b-;;.!?   I:r;r   -:
tideiiif-I   ieui'.'o l   of
eiimbs   ih. y   ".'.���..;".
A   7'iie_hi;j;an    If'^i*-:;'.
ni;i'-:o liepior rtrir*. hers
?j  a year for tl.e pri
in
child:1-*':!      .'.:���������
in \ arloi;', pa:' i
I ',;'��� h.-ii:* !,;:i rir.'*i
���("'.:   i>y   i:i;>  .-:."-
the      e-_:!h-.!oifI
.',!* pr- !)"*ir-r;-* lo
viy ;. lir���iiKe ed'
, ii ���;;���:  oi'  dl'inh-
Vol
ito
���: v.
'U;��
m
ito
\to
yjis
���-- l y
\rj
���rSnofchep discoVer-y has been made in connection with
m
m
ff\
V,   1
y
ve
tho needle, and that is that it can convey to pei sons (I
in any part of lhe world or at any future time the ex
i'ict sound ot the- voices of men,  the sound of  instru
inonls or lhe cries of animals. This is accomplished'?!
by means of thc Gramophone or "Talking Machine" (f
lhc- most perfect form of phonograph yet invented
II Gramophones and Records.
Sip*.
ir.itpfl AXCKLL'S OIICT TEST HAL now   \i\
The ec
hiily in fnir show rooin.-*.
���If;ri'i-3, l.>i'iiioinead and others
O^GAJSI
'lanos   bv   fioriiard
playing   the
f Feint/.iiian,
s
md ail musir-al in.itriniiontr-inii  sunoik:.-!.
"I-,
ill-
V?A   A'L-
.TEMPEST
^HQIVI $25.00,
Cdlqo.rO,
Co
I SIC
&  SMITH
a    beiiutil't'illy
sigitetl    cove'r,
printed
impcir,
on
mid )
)
book l4
a loleler    ol'e-
t
two map1-,one ne:om ji
pleto miipoi'lhefoiir *!
t
townsitea     in   ojio,')
(iithogrnphetl
*
|^ ) iiyiu io
', Vj v o v
I JlOUSiO
Pullman Bro.. ,"Win- ^
nipefi)    Kiviiig   the;!
by��;
fi0��l
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_-_! <0  DEVOURED BY  BUZZARDS  BODY OF A   SPANISH   ADMIRAL  FOUND  On the Shore Near El Morro���������Belonged to Cervera's Squadron���������Identified by Military Governor  Santiago do Cuha, March 13.���������Vcs-  terday General Wood, military governor   ot   the   departmont   of   Santiago,  3. 3. CASTILIAN ASHORE  THE MAGNIFICENT NEW ALLEN  LINER LOST  On Her Lraidcn Voyage���������Thc Cargo  May F-t liaved ��������� Going to Pieces on  Gannet 1 _ocl~ Near Halifax  Halifax, March J-l.���������The steamer  Castilian Iu ijoiiiK to piece"; rapidly on  llio ledges of Gannet Hue!: v.'hero she  blrtick in-ii fog     yesterday lnornini;  positively identified the remains of n.-yho grain which, sho hail 0:1 hoard,  Spanish 'oflicer, discovered a fewdnys . no.OUO bush_!s, has beon sv.-fllimr her  ago unioni; the roeUs on tho shore, 'forward holds anel thai part of thu ship  about four miles wost of KI Morro, as. burst, tho water washing in and out  thoso of Admiral Vilhunil. who com- and carrying tho'grain Into the sea",  niaiidoil a Spanish torpedo boat Somo 1!00 sheep havo boon drowned in  destroyer in lho naval battle whicli iho hold. Thero is no hope whatever  resulted in the total destruction of of savins the ship, although a great,  Cervera's -eiuadron. It was evident deal of her cargo may bo saved,  that buzzards had stripped the bonesi |  of the llesh.  Halifax. Marcli 13,���������The new Allan  liner Castilian, en route from Portland for Halifax, wont ashore near  Gannet Rock light, at 3:10 this morning during low lido, in a fog. This  ;  was  caused   hy   the   compasses  being  ������- ..     ,,,     ,,      .-,'   . q.,1..   Tir.,.-..    deranged.      Two    compartments   are  Evans, tne Wrestler, blay.-. Bsay While. ;j-.��������� Q* w.U(?r     T__g,. ha^ gono lQ h(n.  Variety Actress Thereafter Turning |assislalu,C-    sho arrived     from  Livor-  UNREOUITED LOVE  the Gun on Hinisair  Vancouver,   March   1"!  White   was   murdered  British   Columbia,  at ii  morning by  Dave .    Eve  pool 10 days ago on her maiden voy-  ' ago and wont to Portland to load for  her   return   trip.    Sho   is   flic   hi*.se.it  of tho Allan line Heel of E-.leaini.rs  Fitly   paPHengors   anel   crow   were  saved, anil with their baggage arrived  ai  Yarmouth  in tugs.  The placo is a  few  miles  from  whero  the  Moravian  ; was lost recently.  .���������Mrs.    Deity  at   Nanaimo,  o'cloc't      this  ir.s, champion  ���������wrestler and strong man, who is 2S  years old. Ho was a -Welshman  and was noted tov his magnificent  physique. Mrs. White's maiden name  Mas Avcmyor. She was married in  Coloraelo. but was estranged from her  hvsband. who is now living ia New  York City. Betty White was a.  sir.Eor iii'a music hall. 'Evans was i paESengcr Tlai��������� Snowed Up for 15 Davs  noi-forminc in  thc same theatre,   ine .   .,.       . ��������� _,      ,        r.      .  cause  of  Uie  trasody  was  unrequited j        m Wyoir.inE-4b Pecple on Board  love.      Evans killed     himself     after;    Cheyenne, V/yo.. March   13.���������One ot  murdering too woman.     All known of tj:l, worsl storms of the season is rag-  ���������:*��������� 1  ORMS AND BLIZZARDS  1  the crime was a scream hoard coming  from nelly White's room, followed by  two shots! Three minutes later the  room tloor was burst open and Evans'  elc-dd body was discovered lying across  that of the woman. In Evans' hand  "v.-.-is the smoking pistol.  ing horo today. Stockmen say thai  thi-; hiizxurd will, uniloiiblcdly cause  i cry heavy lo:;:-; to cattle anel sheep.  Of the range stock soir-c estimate Him  loss was high at 00 por cent; bul with  Ihe stock growers who still have hay  to feed and shelter for thc herds, lho  Ii-ps will not exceed "10 per cent. Tho  r-:;ow is drifting badly and all trains  .are      belated.   ~ The Cheyenne      anel    northern   train  from  the   north,   n?,~v  Washington. March ll.���������Aftor mini- i.i days overdue when Iasl hoard  erous conferences and exchange of from, was near Iron Mountain station,  notes between  the Secretary of Stato There aro -12 passengers on this train.  SETTLING  KA.MOAN AFFAIRS  Col. Hay and thc British and"German amba.~S"~~'ors. a satisfactory im-  eli-rstUTiding has heen reached between  ihe three poweis interested it,Samoa  - at, to existing conditions there." IJr.  Se If,  GermVin.  will  replace Ur. Raffel  as president-cl' the municipal council for additional help on account ot tho  al  A'lia. * j extremely-deep snow drifts encou'nter-  .' -   - .   ed. '  Thoy wero nearly oul of provisions,  having bought all th'e ranchmen couiil  spare, and had rosorled to slaughtering range cattle. Many efforts have  been made to send out relief expeditions,  but .all wero obliged  lo-return'  BRITAIN   SEIZES  IMPORTANT  ISLANDS  M'LEOD WiHS  London. March 14.���������Tho Shanghai  correspondent of thc'Daily-Maii says:  '���������Chinese report hero that ��������� Great  Britain has* seized the Miatoas Islands (  opposite Port Arthur in the Strait of,    p.-Clii-Li   north of Tor.~~-Chaii;I~u. in  Geciar  Laieo  aud   Urand   Rapieis  gives  the north west portion of the Shan-  Kelts  eight  majority.      Thc      Island  Thirty-Six Mpjcri'T Ov:r 3e:t"s-Ftince  Albert Election Settled at Last  Prince Albert. N. XV.  T.. March 12.'  --lu  tho East .i'rince Albert election,  Tung peninsula.  BIG DAM CARRIED AWAY  * London, Ontario, March 14.���������The  waterworks dam on the Thames, four  miles west of tho cily .was carried  av.ay by a large quantity of ice. which  for some weeks past had been jammed  at Cove bridge, two miles above the  dam,'and hael been broken.up by the  uso  of  dynamite.  1.alee recount gives throe ot a. majority  to McLeod. With all polls ��������� hoard  from McLeod is elected by a- majority  of Sfi.    '  TOULON EXPLOSION  FIGHTING  RENEWED AT  MANILA  Evidence   That   the   Arsenal Was  liberate!? Blown Up  De-  Maniia,   March   1-1.���������The  Americans  ir.ado   a.  general   advance   today   cap  turing  the city of Pasi  Insurgent positions.  NORWAY AND SWEDEN STILL  BICKERING  Stockholm, March   1-1.-  ousy  exists      between  Sweden,  tho      Crown  hooted  on the streets  lute. ?  jeal-  HARD TIMES AT DAWSON  MANY MEN GOING  DAY  OUT  EVERY  . Paris, March . 13.���������Dispatches re-  i-._ived horo from Toulon today "confirm tho report ���������received from*'there  last night, and cabled lo llie Associated Press, that *2 dynamite cartrid-  ses were found behind the Toulon arsenal yesterday aud that nn unidentified person fired a revolver at a  sentry 011 duty tit tho arsenal. It  nd several |appears thnt two shots woro fired at  ' the sentry before tho magazine at 7  o'clock last niglit. Tho guards wore  turned out anel patrols woro soul to  scour the neighborhood, but tho cul-  pi its were not discovered. Tho seu-  try_says"he~5av.'���������~s_i:i���������men������������������rimnins-  away. The      magazine    .contains  ~-  -       nd  U. S. Consul Reports to State Department About Destitution and Suggests,  Reliel from America.  Washington, March 13.���������U. S. consul at Dawson, .1. C. McCook, under  1.ate of January 21, informs tho dc-  piiitnicut of mate concerning tho condition of the people thero as follows:  "The situaiion as to poison., who  v.ill be without food in a couple 01  mcnUi'- i_ becoming serious. Many  hundreds will he so situated and "'!:!  have to be helped out when navigation  opens.  "Many have gono out ovor the ice  anil  aro going out daily, while more  THE BATTLE OF MANILA  An  Englishman's  Account cf   It���������The  Americans  Did  Not  Do a Thing to  the Rebels���������Amusing Details  Vancouver,   B.   C,   March   11.���������Tlio  steamer     Esmeralda, which     reached  Hong Kong from Manila on February  11, brought many eye witnesses of thc  l.'i.t   light   at   Manila.       Ai:   English-  itr.aii.   named   Hugh   Brown,   says   the  j attack was premeditated hy lho ijisn.'-  litnls.     He says:    "1 was at thc circus  'm the day of tho fight.     Thc circus,  which      is      usually   crowelod      with  natives,  did   not  conUeln  any  natives  l'.*.at     night-      During tho     e-ircr..-", a  boielier poked  his  heat!  in at tho 0:1-  1 r.i ii co   and   sliouled:       'To   quarters,  hoys, the rebels are upon in-,' and In  '.'j seconds there was not a saldicr In  ire remaining in tin; hope that thoy  the   tent.       Foreigner.-;,   were   told   to  wiil   bo  ablo  lo  strike  some  pay  on  l.trp in hiding, for as far as Insurgents  \vv..re     concerned "all whites     loukeei  claims thoy cither own themselves  or are working on claims leased from  others.  "Applicants aro daily at this cilice  for relief.  "Tho indigent sic!-: so far havo  been taken c;uc of hy the Relief com-i  mittoo and by tho local authorities,  thc kilter .seeing (lie necessity of taking a hand in relief ivo. k.  "The di.stitiilo sie-k, while many of  thorn uro not paupers in the strict  cmis.o of tho word, boing temporarily  without funds, aro compelled to call  on the; Relief Committee and will  iiually pay when lhey hear from the  outside with remittances.  "I'ho relief committee at this p'.ace  is unable to extend any more aid, as  all funds collected have boon expended and they arc some ?2000 in.debt.  "Tho greatest evil, however, will be  ihe large number of people who will  nave    oxliausled    their    supplies, r.u  who  will  fail  to  succeed!  in  setting  paying claims.'  *'l know it is not customary for any  nation to provide for destitute citizens  out ot their own country, still .1 feel  it is my duty lo put this matter vje-  lo; c you lo take whatever action you  may deem best."  ������400.000  Fri_ie Money* Due  Dewey and  His Men  San Francisco, March 10.���������Georgo  N. Holelpsi, of Washington, who re-  llimed from the Orient on thc Hong  Hong, has in his possession 1.100  e'.iiinis cf ofileers and rae:1. on Dewey's  fleet for head money. The claims aro  lo'be filcel with the court of claims in  "Washington for final action. , Thc  head money for Admiral Dewey and  his* ollicers and men will aggregate  iflST.fjOO or SpICO per head for tho  1.ST5 officers and men of Admiral  Montejo's fleet. ' Tho prize money for  oiliccrs ��������� and men under Dewey' will  amount to S-iO0,00O plus thc salvage ot  Ihr'ce vessels recently raised. This  money will he distributed hy, the  United  States  district court.  Speaking" of Admiral Dewey, Mr.  Holden says: "While somewhat worried owing lo the exacting duties and  responsibilities of his position, .ho  saiel his health was good. He looked  fairly  well,  too."  WARMLY WELCOMED  f^*sry&^w<&y<BSGry& xsry������&y&&y&  ss-y*'  A"*  b_.~  yy!  /ll?  t:r./������8  ������rV*i!3  ,'rot on tl  io ground Hour.  ir."'  At?   SrP>   /%������>   /%������>   /$������   J%?  tt^A. **aa (+SA Z&2, *a������A ���������&*  GS& (&k <m^ ^m %8a m*  Lioutit,  !('  alike to them.' All the Liritislicrs  e/uiLide thc cily woro taken prisoner..,  hut promptly released by the insurgents on iK-ing identified under a Hag  of iruce. 1 was standing with a lot  of American soldier.; whoro. tha'bii!--  ii.ls were falling nrouiid us liko hail.  V\ (i c-julcl nel imagine whore thoy  ������������������vi,vi~ coming from. 'J'ho trees seemed  lu bo entirely empty. Suddenly an  American shell struck a tree 2,10  yards away and four niggers dropped  to lho ground. Tha trees woi".-  found to be full of niggers using  :::iieii;c!oss powder.  "J examined a spot whero 0110 shell  hail fallen into an entrenchment and  killed 100 insurgents and wounded Tl.  One  thing which is causing a lot of  Ik is that some of tho commanding  ollicers ordered lho soldiers to seize  all tho carriages fcr quick transport.  The occupants of every carriage found  lu iho city were turned out iu eloublc  quick style, and the soldiers jumping  into Ihe vehicles drove rapidly about  !ho city. Of course this was confined  I.o tho orderlies. Somo -13 carriages  s/cre pressed into service. Most of  (ho Britishers outside tho city took  '������������������c-fii.io in Mr. Fitton's house, but hael  o tear up the cano of tho floor to gei  in between0 the floor and the ground,  tho Pitton houso being simply peppered full of holes, il being taken for  un American stronghold."  James Crocker     arrived      in Hong!  Kong from  "Manila on  the      steamer [ .,  TiiUee,   February   10.       He   says   the j ���������*>  l-Iansas regiment epiartered in the roar I  ot  his  hotel   sprinted   hastily  on  tho ' fJ',97o v  double epiicit with not a'sounel but tho ] ' U-xVi\ room and pantry.     i?7.";0 down and liiilnnco  heat of their foet on "the road. Thero j ,n qo vein's nt 8 per oent.    The lotis iiOxlOO.  wore  no  confused   sounds  and   nol a; jj.O^OO will   buy  ;i,  bhi.-k   IVouciiii; 0i\ First   St. oppniito   tho Imperial  shout     could ho heard.    , It was all 1 j;ank.   SiKO I00xl.-,0_.75.   Corner Uonnau-ht   Avenue   ond   First,  business.     In the direcl.on of Mamto | Sr���������   Th   (J_ j, K    idi ,        ouo'side.     A splendid Ijusi-  the   Americans   wore      hard   prcsseel . ness lot"-"ion '  during the first day by overwhelming; t1   .     ."'  .    a'       '   .      -,,-,-���������   ,nr, ,���������       .- rr    ^   o..     1    1  odds.      The.y  fell  back  a short dis-  !?-U0U wnl buy :i bu-iii-iefis li'oek o0:cl00 Ironhnp on   First St.,  between  lance and iho shells     of     the     fleet I the tv/o banks.   A line si  helped  them  lo  make  short  work of j   ^ ^   ^ .^   ^  llie  enemy.      Shells would    rail  Into, ^pj)\  em  entrenchment" and  trees  and  men j ^y&  v.'oiild   fall      in      horribly   grotesque |    i_  shapes.     Mon falling     would     have j  gp5,  arms and logs stretched 'wide like rag ] t&yi  dolls.     T'he Filipino:; in tho city wore j     "?  plotting for some time.      During thc ��������� $&,$  Pght Aguinaldo, who was stationed al   tsgyQ)  Kalalos, sent word to Admiral Dewey: j   ,���������������������,  'For  Go.-1'k  sake  stop  firing.   .  ]   am; @"4%  r.ot to blame for" tliis trouble.''      But , giy^)  Admiral  Dewey  paid  uo attention  lo j  the message.  57C0 will buy two fine bii'-inos-- leihs 7 -mil S, b!ot.-[< 10. on lir������t street, 50  leet by 100 1'aot.    Opno-'ite" .1".  li. Sibbnltl's 1 e_eieier.ee. 13-tsy teinis  JJ23J cash will buy two nieju lots, oil hy 100. nearly ui'posite Samnson'.-  ho-.tse.   Lots -'3 .'iin.! -J, Block 11.  $350 will buy a lot 25x100, nex-j*. the Front St. I_o _L Ollies.*.  !?1000 will buy a blocic. 75x100 on'Caiapbell Avenue.  ���������iJLOOO will buy n lot 2oxlC0 in tlio centro of tlie busiuess part of ?.iue  enzio Avenue.  00 will buy two lots, 0 11 nd 7,"block !), SOxICO opposite  C.  Co.'_ w  ~ni buy  B. Hume &  iro house tin Campbell Avenue-  liou-i; iturl Int9, block -10, on Third Street-.    Five  room-  to   pay   on lot  o  ito for 11 business house".  ���������-__-������^T������ ������-*&������  -Great  . , ,.  .,  Norway  and .calamities of gun powder, melinite  Prince "'boing dynamite  frequently of  The Queen's Arrival at Nice Calls Forth  Cordial Expressions of Fublic Good  Will���������Little Fear of Outrages  Nice, Marcli J2.���������Queen Victoria arrived by special  train from Boulogne  Stir Aler this afternoon.    When passing through Toulon Jiei majesty summoned  the sub-prefect  and  expressed  lo him hor sympathy with the families '  who wore tho viciims of the explosion [  at. the naval magazine at La Cotihran, i  ���������promising 'to send  a donation to the '  relief  fund.   Ali   tho  customar *   i.~m   ]  ors were' paid lier majesty on hor ar- ,  rival.      The  streets    wore    thronged  v.ith   people   cheerln t   heart!!;.. ���������  OTTAWA   HEWS  <\~r.~!adn:ent5 lo llie Regulations Regarding* Timber Licenses  Oltawa. Marcli 11.    The regulations  granting the yearly licenses and permits. 10 cut timber or.  lho  Dominion  hinds iu tho provine-o of Maiiito!;;  the North West Territories, and with- !   ^-j  iu 20 miles on      e.iihcr side      of lhe 1 V^kjc-  Canadian      Pacific railway in British ' Cy*,*'  Columbia,   which   was   established   in | ,������-~?>  APRIL FOURTH  IMPERIAL FORCES IN DANGER  TIIE   ROSSLAND   GOLD    MIMES  Shanghai,  Marcli 11.���������The    Chinese  rebels are advancing into Hovan and  are gradually hemming in the impcvial ^"pchaseil"tTcontroinris intcrosriVthc  forces.       '     . - ���������  Montreal   Gold    Fields . Company Now  Controls the Noy;lty Property  ; Rossland.     B. G., March     11.���������The  Montreal Gold Fields      Company has  REDUCED  THEIR RATES  Thc   Territorial   Legislature   Meets   on  . That Dale.  i-.uiual  151  mils made irom  dry standing timber!  is      rescinded      hy section 21. which'  cents a cord for e-ordwood     aud I   _W#L__\  J������.  r.inion 1  te5?L?, 'ei&Jh. ^������_a "*%%  ;a and , <&g&������i\������'Srf9&y&  IMPERIAL B/^NK   OF CANADA  Htad Office, Toronto  Paid Up  Capital $2,000,008  Reserve     ...    -   1,200,000  Direotors:  El. S. Howland   President  r.R. Merritt, Vice Pres., (St.Catharine*)  William linnisny, Robeit Jaffray,  HuhiiRy.in,   T.  Sutherland Stayuar  Eiias Rosens.  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager,  Brandies  North U'es*. and British Columbia  Fr.'iiulon       Portape la Vaucouvei  .���������^iilgiiry Prairie Winnipeg  Elmririi-on   Prince Albert   RevelBtoke  Smith Edmonton. N" lson, B.  OXTAKIO.  !i."fex Niagara Falls   ISt. Ibomaa  Feruus        Port Colborne iToronto  Gull Rut Port.-iRe      Welland  Itisrt-r*.-.!    jyiiultSt. MarieiWoodntock  Listo'.ie'.l   ISt, Catharines (Hamilton  Montreal, Quebec.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  if SI and u|i-.v.i.rdB received and  iuli'iest allowed.  PelieiiMirea ��������� Provincial, Municipal  ind oilier ele.bentines purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Avail-  ihle at all points in Canada, Uuitetl  Kingdom, United Slates, Europe,  [nelia, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Golel   Purchased .  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will bo uccounted fop at any of  the Hudson's Bay Co's Posts ln the  Yukon anU nortliesrn districts.  A. R. B. HEARN,  Mariasroe Revelstoke Erateh  WALL  m  APERS  OiliF. l:i^raiiip.   Mica?.   Mm-  boss^d Gill*, ami  border* of  :tlt iicseri]ttion!-.  Tin* (.'liwjtost and be.-1 stock of  WALL PAl^KKs in the city.  Liberal   discounts   ^iven   on  all ca?h orders.  I   ileal   onlv    in     \V A   L L  T A  V K li S   and solicit an     i>  inspection of niy stock.  l7.(S. Biraey  JAoKE'JiZlE JIVE.  Canadian  Pacific  Raiivyav.  and Soo Line.  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUTE  EAST  AND   "WEST  FIRST GLASS AXD  TOURIST SLEEPERS  ' from   lWCIFIC TO ATLANTIC.  juvos homesteaders and all bona fido  ^Keillors,   ivlioio  farms  may  not  have  Regina. March 1-i.���������The   Legislative [their own supply of'timbcr, a free per-  .."-.E-seinhly for the North "West Terrl-  niit to cut dry failen timber for their  tcries has been convened for Tuesday,  r.wu  use on  their  farms  as  fuel <-antl  the fourth ,day of April. fencing is amended by leaving out lho  vi onl "'fallen."  SCRAMBLE OVER CHINA  Pf  Novelty at three cents a share. The  Novelty is between lhc Gertrude and  Coxoy, which are already owned by  tho company.    'Jjhe   rccc.it   improvements   in   the  Montreal. March  M.���������The Canadiau  War  Eagle  have  completely  changed  -Pacific   railwav  have   reduced      their ihe appearance of Lo Roi hill.      The  rates  from   Ontario   to   the  Kootenay ;new   tramway  is      nearly  completed, | j-.  -and coast points in order to meet the [and an electric hoist ir. expecteel to bo ��������� dressed  cuts made bv their rivals.      - |in     operation     within      a fortnight. . English.  (Manager Hastings in out-of town, anil  iiu information regarding a reduction  {in smelting rates is obtainable.     The  Shanghai.   March   12.���������The   gravest  fears   are   fell   that   the  partition   of  RUSSIA  REACHING   OUT  London.     Jlarch       11.���������Despatches  China is at hand.     The relief that was n.om  Ana'vjrib:Kl,  thc capital  of      thc  f.ilt      nvrn-     Ilia     TVi til n rn "i*~ 1     nf     IJlKCl!"   ������_  I -. .        .       _.��������� . -     -  i-  KIPLING WILL RETURN HOME  examination of Deer' Park is not con-  New      York, March      14.���������Rudyard .eluded.  Kipling will return to England in the  course of a few weeks.  GENERAL    BOOTH      RECOVERING  iicSSELL MAY SUCCEED HERSCHELL ,   .  London,"March 14.���������The Times says:  "The government will probably appoint liaron Russell (lord chief justice of England) to succeed the late  Baron Herschell on the joint high  tonniiission and thc Anglo Venezuelan  commission. This would be highly  advantageous, while his being a Catholic would make him persona grata  to   Laurier   anel   a   large   section    of  Canadians."  . i   CAUGHT IN. TIIE MACHINERY  Melbourne, March. 11.���������General  Booth/who was reported seriously ill ni  Australia', lias almost recovered and  will conduct tho New Zealand army  campaign in a few days.  felt over the withdrawal of Russia  protest against the new Chang loan  has been - dispelled, for today the  Russian and French consuls ad-  .i strong piotest to tlie  American anrl German consuls agai-.iit'any extension of trading  settlements under the jurisdiction of  ihe latter until the claims of Russian  and French merchants for an extension of their settlements were  satisfied.  North West provinces ot India -ays  it is reported there from Yorkanel,  Chinese Turkistan, that a large fo'-ce  of Russian troops have arrived at lho  Russian post of Fort Murghabi, on  Ui Murghabi liver wit.li the intention  of seizing Sir-L-Kel,n onc hundred  miic stretch of territory north of  the Mustagh mountains, which .was  left undefined by the Pamir boundary  comission in 1S05. Its seizure by  Russia. woultl cause complications  with Great Britain.  "CJ-yv-gl  e������^*"  Jtrish Greek camps of North  Kootenay. . Full- particulars obtained and furnished about mining* claims in  the District.  =-i_3  A big block of Carnes Creek Consoiithi tee! ac ten cents.  Theso shares will be up to pur yet.  Quick Time,      Good Service,  Fewe=t; Changes,    Lowest Rates_  Tickets   issued    through   and~  BupjjKKe   checked to destination.  East.  S25k.  DAILY TRAINS.  West.  -Revelstoke-Ive. 16.50k  C  ye-  TO AND FKOM   KOOTENAY POINTS.  S: 15k.. 1 ve���������Revelstoke���������arr.. lG.Opk  " For ' information, time cards,  maps and tickets apply to  '  *������������������- T. XV. BRADSHAW,  ..,- ,-.' AReut, Revelstoke.  ~-iv"_y.   F.. Andicksox,   Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  -E.:J. Cctyi.e, District Passenger  Ag'eiit; Vaneouver.  ACCIDENT TO AN M. P.  GOOD!    TRY   AGAIN  Montreal, . March ,11.���������Yesterday  morning at 5 o'clock thero camo iuto  the world at the Women's hospital.  SO Colhorno. street, the biggest baby  ever" horn In Canada. This lusty  young Canuck weighs exactly IS  pounds 1 ounce.  CHESS  FIEND3  11  CONSULS DISAGREE  Carborry.March 11.���������About -1 o'clock  this afternoon David Weir, employed  as iv-eighman for'the. Lake cf the  Woods Milling company here, was  caught at the bottom of of thc elo-  valor by the machinery. Tho power,  house being some distances oft he was j  unable   to   stop   the   hors?s.       Heing |  -  alone in the building he was severely | Quebec. March 11.���������Lieutenant Gov-  injured hefore Uis clothing gave way.eninr Jell" la.I ui;;ht pioiogucd the  !Weir'~> -ilesh was badly torn. | 'Quebec  Legislature. '  New   York-.   March   11.���������The   international   cl-.p.-s   match   between   ten  British and  Amorican exports    began  voHtciday|!lictwecn London and Brooklyn.  PROROGHED  Toronto. March' 13.���������W.' F. McLean.  d..u  oinci   mjuiies. French   and   Russian   ministers   havo  instructed their com.uls to block tho  pxltnsion of the Co&mopolilau soltle-  ratni. China therefore refuses to extend the latter on the ground that the  i-onsuls are uot unanimous.  Brisbane.  Queensland. March    12.���������  A terrible hurricane has been raging  along      tha  northwest coast.      It  is  known  that hot fewer than 250 live:;  have heen lost.      There wero only a  few white pecple among the victims.  TERRIBLE HURRICANE  FIRE���������Wo aro ucents for   the Scottish   Union,   Queen,   Caledonian,  Alius nnel Gimi'di _n.  ACCTIJEX'P���������London Accident aud  Guarantee.  PLATE GLASS-Lloyd's.  lAon<) to ho'an  Wo   are   agents   i'or  the Equitable Savings,   Loan aud  Building Association.   No membership fees.    Xo necessity  ���������   to tako  shares.       No fines.        The   association  offers  a  straight loan repaid in monthly instalments. Can be wiped  out altogether after two years.  J. R. Hull  & Company  Butchers    and - Wholesale   sn  Ret-il Dealers Ic Beef, Pork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  All orders in  our lino prom  _IU.    WORE CRUISERS ON THE WAY  .     SNOWED UNDER  London. Mar.h 14.���������Henry Labcu-  ehere. in the Biilish parliament last  night :ittack-:U lhe naval estimates,  hut his .r_i<"nd:ueiit was'voltel down  by 117 to 13.  London. Jlarch 31.���������Tho Rome correspondent of the Daily Mail wires  eel his paper this morning saying:  The government has ordered three  more cruisers to got in readiness to  proceed to Chinese waters in connection with tho demand Italy has  made for the concession of San lu'un.  in tlie province oE Che Khni, lo be  used as a coaling station.  ?������f  ,i-^.    K   tos f"~~~~S B  r  too.  4t  Address :   Hevelstokc.  Herald Office.  If oreinsr      iS_ eill.'  >������_!ee  Cod-  We Hav   a Good Supply of  Building  Material  and Lumber  CUT TRICES FOR SPOT CAS  Call and see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, B. Q.  ���������____���������___ Thi. ><*ar ���������  ������- Book Co  !-_-  hail  In  pric.  whe1  * ill In: luui-lcd l.v the Canada .rug  Thcvnrea lirst class wheel,���������cun  differcm color;., un.l tit ^reasonable  Don'l   purchase heloro seeing   lliene  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK 00.  I.IMITKb.  CHA?. K. MeDOXAI.U. Manager.  McKENZIE  AVK..   KKVELSTOKI"   STATION.  LOCAL AND  GENERAL   NEWS  ���������A splendid i-iiuge of Men's Hats iit  Jnine.** Gill A: Co.'s.  Nurse* McKechnie veturneel on -Wednesday evening from a three months'  trip te") Ontario.  ���������Thousand** of men's neckties at.  James Gill & Co.'s.  r red. Uonway has been transferred  from Arrowhead to Golden as baggageman anel checker.  ���������Jumes Gill .V Co. have opened up  some novelties in Mull and Fish Nel  Uiirtains,  Geo. Lewis announces that the noon  and C p. in. trips of the street cur will  lie discontinued until the roads improve.  ���������For perfect fit- and excellent wearing qualities, yon need '" The John  McPherson Shoe*," for sale by James  Gill & Co.  ���������Remember the grand concert and  dinner to ho given by the Ladies"' Aid  nf the Methodise church on Easter  Monday.  J. Scent arrived on Wednesday's Nei.  1 from nn extended visit in the east,  having enjeiyeel himself immensely all  winter among Ontario's fail- sex.  Services will be conducted in St.  Peter's church tomorrow at 11 n. in.  anil 7.30 p. in. The Story of the.Oross  will be sung after the evening service.  The Golden people have a skating  and curling rink of which Revelstoke  might well lie proud. Revelstoke  should have a splendid rink for next  .season. "-'  A gentleman who returned from it  trip thiough the country the other  day stated to ii Herald man that in  liis opinion the Boundary Creek district, is being greatly overdone.  ���������Now is the best time to talk to L.  A. Fretz about that house, yem are  goinsr to hnilil. He can -give you  pr.-ictie.-il and reliable advice from a  thorough and large experience.���������tf  A number of immigrants from  Michigan and oilier points in tlie  middle stares are going into the  Okanaguti Valley. Trallic to Rossland  and southern points is ulso on . the  increase.  W. White. Q.C, left on Wednesday  nfternoon for Dawson, where he has  a large amount- of important law  luisiiies"*. to transact for some big  London und San Francisco Klondike  companies.  Navigation will open in a couple of  weeks on the Columbia river from  Golden to the head eif navigation,  FOine 1>J miles. A railway is badly  needed between that point and Fort  Steele junction.  A Micing company is now being  formed in Gulden bv* its businessmen  to liuilil auiliiperate two boats between  that point anil Tele Jaune Cache, up  thet'iinoe river, one above anel one  In-low the rnpirV portage. Where is  the Big Bend Transportation Co. ?  Roger's Pass is ii dilapidated looking  sjiectacle j-.isc now. The belongings  ��������� f lho late victims of the slide aro still  lying unprotected by anyone, A committee shoulel be appointed in Roger's  Pass to loe>k into this matter. Kvpi-y-  1/odv's business is nohodv's business.   The. .1 )nnald   people _are_gi"adiially  moving here or to. Field. The onee  gay anel hot olel town is strictly  punk anel the owners of property are  >lil! waiting for some kinel of a settlement with the (J.P.R. There is some  likelihood of T. Forrest coming here  .���������mil building still another large "notel  To the Electors  Genti.bmkx:  In coining forward In solicit your  sulYriiges .-is ;i candidate for t.he  m-iyorulty. I consider that il is  only fair tei lhe elei'liirs to place  before, theni as far as- possible .a  sketch of the policy whicli I intend  to pursue if eiecled. .  .My chief miileriymg principle will  he economy as lur a? is consNienl.  with the progress ami welfare ol*  the town.  Our lown ii scattered and will  require its expenditure, to be of a  most careful anil well considered  cliaracler.  One e*f the Iim I undertakings  which our new municipality will  be till I eel upon to assume will lie  lhe placing of the leiivn on a biilis-  fnclory saniturv basis.  This' will be n lenglhy task  but one which in my opinion  should lie ciiiiiiueiice.l ul. once in n  plan of n permuni'iit mil nre. Onr  principal .si rents will requiie to be  graded,   siilewalked   anel   lighted.  An ellieienl system of lire protection.-.will demand the attention of  your ceuiiicil.  In my opinion no salary shoulel  be paid tei the mayor and council.  In the handling ed' municipal  works tlie first to be employeel  .should be the residenlsor the town.  Any legislation or project for the  advancement of lbe town will  receive my hearty support.  The abovo is tho programme  which 1 have; mapped out and  shall endeavor to follow. Taking  my staiiel on this platform I solicit  the votes and support of the  electors.  F. McCarty.  To the Electors  or thic City of Revelstoke.  G ENTLEMEN*;  I am a candidate for election as  Alderman and respectfully solicit your  support. If elected 1 shall givo my  best attention and judgment tei all  matters concerning your interests.  ���������20 F. B. Wells.  To the Electors  en--the Citv ov Revelstoke.  Gentlemen:  Having consorted to be nominated  feir the position of Alderman I respectfully ask your votes ami influence on  iny'behilf. Should 1 mei it yonr approval at. the pulls your interests will  always engage my careful consideration.  20 John Ahhaham-Ox.  To the Electors  oi- Revelstoke.  Al the request of numerous friends  and supporteis, I have decided to conic  forward as a candidate for Alderman  at the coming Municipal Elei'tions, and  I beg to solicit your support.  20   ' ' W. F. Ok a cn-:.  nio'-p.'iotis  V.'iiiderineie  To the Electors  oir the City ok Rkvelstoice.  Gentlemen :  . In response to the  request eif a imm-  | ber of electors 1 beg to  eilTer myself as  ' a cniidiilate  lor the  mayoralty  of our  newly const ituteel Cily.  Should you do me the honor of electing ine the following are '.ouio of the  questions which, in my opinion, it. will  be niy duty to lurlhcr by every moans  in my power us the cily's chief  i'1'prcoi'uliilive.  To uphold and preserve the> city's  iiuauciul credit, by slricl economy in  lhe administration and ceillecliou of  ils income and expenditure would be  my (lifelduty.  The moral*and social elevation of the  community must receive the: iillenlion  of everyone who has its highest end  deepest intei osls at heart, anel any  civic legislation tlmt might be needeel  lo either conserve or advance those  inleresls would receive my hearty  support.  Nothing will conduce more to the  comfort and convenience of a greater  number of our citizens than the adoption and currying out of a well considered scheme, "of street improvements,  and such a scheme, embracing as two  essential conditions, tlie greatest, good  for lhe greatest number, anil a due  regard fu'' the city's purse, woultl  receive iny careful consideration.  The iinproveiiient of our cemetery  and the aeepiisitiem of lanels for the  purpose of public recreation  grounds.  Tlio improvement and extension  oT the . means of protection against,  fire already provided by our two  admirable local brigades.  The fact that, generally speaking,  our population is spread over a large  land area anel not confined to a few  overcrowded sireels as.in many other  localities offers the best oppoitiinily  for the success of a simple system of  sanitation if strictly enforced, and we  ine thus relieved from tlie immediate  consideration of an elaborate scheme  of pipe, sewerage, the currying out of  which would undoubtedly tax the  resources of our municipality far too  heavily ao the piesent time.  The payment, of a fair rate of wages  to all employed em municipal work and  Lhe claim that city residents should  have. ;is far as possible, the lirst claim  for city employment, are two considerations which should, in my opinion,  required lo be borne in mind anrl  acted upon in all departments of our  municipal expenditure.  The consideration that if I am  eiecled T shall be. elected by Revelsloke  as a whole, must and would lead ine to  use my best eiieleaeors that interests of  no part of that whole should be neglected.  In conclusion, I trust it is scarcely  needful for me lo say that I started as  the. nominee of no party or clique in  this place, ar.il if elected I shall strive  lo preserve lhat complete, independence nf any party or ceirpoi-ation  which is in my opinion so entirely  necessary for the safeguarding of our  city's interests. Looking forward, gen  tlemen. to the. opportunity soon to be  afforded of meeting you on the public  platforms and there disc.issing more  fully these' and other questions.  "Yours very truly,  T.   LlVlNOSTDNE IlAlCI.  "THE  \J>Xro  S^WSJs^^^^S^a^l  itfgd&^^ih^  STORE."  'No lil.t'STKll, No Fuss, Jl'M' 1" li." 1.NESS, THAT'S Am..  For the Spring  and  Summer Season  we  have just  opened and placed  into stock a large and varied assort  ment of New York    tailor made  costumes,   in   White   Pique   New  Blue. Linen color, Etc.  To the Electors  on Fi_*sl street.  (JnlilfMi mining men are looking  forwnrd to a season of activity thi?  yi*;ir in their Hn<- of I-umih*s. Chiiius  an* bi������ine humled. development work  is heiiiz vigorously carried on and  ������*very thins points to a hnpy and  tiniM, psppcially around  1- ike, this coming few  months,  Th.j Kn$t Koi t-enay Miner i* a  corpse. Thoe-. McNanghf. as tht*  luortiMf.ee*. yravc Sheriff Redgrave;-  inst Mictions to Hope np tlie shop,  which hi* did on Wednesday moi-mnir. \  The plant i> likely to he l-Miioved* to  sniiiH point on Windermere Lake,  imsj-ibly io Avlhelmar. whore it will  bloom under a new name and a new  propii'-ior������hip.  A twenty-fo-.ulh interest in the  Nettie. \t mine was bought yesterday  bv the (irent Western Companv of  KeveUtoke for $2,000. As the tnni-  I winy already owned twenty-three  t wcruy-fourl lis--, they now have the  whole propei ty. Byway of comparison it may be mentioned that an  i-iirhih int*������rp>t in the Nettie L was  Miicesold ft >r $.7).���������Calgary Herald.  Gentlemen���������llu vine l'cen nominated for the  oftiee/of aldcrmnn, I consider it my duty to  ]ioinl' ont ,ihe Hno of t.olir> J intend to follow  should voii fuvor me ���������_. Uii your aupi'r.rt.  The first thunr, in my opinion, which should  have tlie boriou.- intention ef thc coiin'-il is  tlie cUv's sanitary condition. .*.���������* ihi- is a  muitcr'.Involving n very l-.r������e expenditure I  i-i-iniot'.ftt. the v^'.-fiit i__ne nippon, a p-.r~  niHiient plan of ph.e s-ewonire whu-b, :: v.c  hnd it,,.could not bo used for vant of v.ati-r.  Tlie only.fea-iblc plan, therefore, ut present i-  to improve the. system *\c hnve till the etty  can secure control of sufficient water supply  to flush a permanent sewcrtipe.  1 would advocate the takinc over by tho city  of the waterworks aud electric li{;ht ���������system-  already installed, providing It can be obtained  on reasonable terms, but"not otlierv,ise If  this cannot be done, I think the city should  Fecure control ot the 'lum-Tinn. water* across  the river'(unluas _omc more convenient place  can be found) and there build permanent  waterworks nnd electric licht power hoiiac  sufiicient.to supply the need- of the city,  I am again1-1 tne contract by-tem tro tie rally  (unless in eases where it would involve purchase by, the city of a lnrge amount oi tools  and machinery -which would nut be of permanent use to it) and wherever it wa" deemed  wise to enter iuto them would a*k for inier-  iioii-"Of-claii?o���������governSttir���������rnto-ef-, wages. ansL-l:  their payment in accordance with provisions  of the truck act. I base my attitude on this  ou the experience of one oi the biirgest public  employers of l&bur the London county council  of Toronto, Winnipeg and other Canadian  cities and the fact o'f it.-; rocoRtiitJon by several  department's of the Dominion of Canadn. The  minimum rate of wage* in Winnipeg for ?ny  lalior is I7t^ cent* per hour by resolution. I  think, it riiipht w ell be '-!'> cent,-- here iu view of  all conditions. The fact that thi? may be a  little higher rate than paid bv individuals, in  my opinion, N not to the point, for whatever  :h"e competition the community should not bo  guided oy it in fixing labor wapes at a point!] h",v7������  below which it is impossible for a -working  man to live decentlv and comfortably. I can  fortify my position on thi*- by a long Iim cl  practical and theoretical authorities.  I think that tire insurance companies should  be taxed, a-in >*el"On, or n*s:*~t ^iim1 way in  providing adequate lire protection; otherwise  the city in providint: it would be doing bo in  the intercut*- of the iire insurance companies.  1 think the" cemetery should be taken over  bv the citv from tho trustees and  fettcud and  We have also  a stock of  New York Blouse  Waists.  To the Electors  oi* tiik city ok hk\-ki..stok;-~  Iliivinsj lii't'ii ri-'qiit'^lcil In filloiv  my  nun.i'  m  bu   um'.I   .���������unmm   the  ninny  :ispii:ini������.    fur   .-ilili'i-ni.'.nic  licmu:a~. - I  lutvii mm- tli't-itli'd io st.mil.  MY IMATKIi!!.'.  I.��������� ICt'oiiiiiiiy willi   i-i-lVruiic-L'  lo  tin*  CSllftltUlllJ f'l" Lll-M-'Vi_.iuii".  2.���������Ki]iiiili7..ilioii of t.-ixi's.  H.���������All lalmr finplovL-il npnn cily  iinprnvi'iiiL'iHh lir.-l bliull lm n.'."-iiliitil>  of llii- I'ily.  ���������������.���������Tn .-ulvoi-.-ile llu*  nim.' liom-  flay  SJ>llJlll  ij.���������Ailvnt-nting ptaiiil-ttil wnsas  muni'ly what lia_= ahvay.- lii't-n paid on  p-ovei'iitimnt tiailb in B". I'..  0.��������� rhorough I'stiiblii-iinient of fire  proli'ctioii.       i  7.��������� Mitiiii-.uin salary to llie. inayoi1.  S.���������Thi>. council nol to i_>xc-i*ed iht-  liin-i'Owiiic; pii\vei*s provlilwl l.y llu-  Act nor to coiiuriem-i' any piililic work  which can mil 'ne p.iid oul  of thu sum  ,,'Vr,-.-���������..... -.  Uii-cu nisi.inr.  pcrsonil i.  Wash   Skirt:--,   Underskirta,  wliiok  iW-"'i</7":~.i:'''.'-''S  ^r7':^������fJM'^^4T0U.r^5^f-  i&&cxi&if'.  ������2ff!-&}y$k~  -^rr  will   not porinit of ;_{  ilivai-s of all votet-a. |  Vo.irs truly,  T. J. Or.miajie.  BIRTHS  ItKlD���������(In 'In* iM inst.. tin* wife of Mr.  1). Kfiil (di'Ci-as d). of a son.  A Handsome Display  A v.'iy li.-indMiuit-' display of Cliinest*  .--.nil .Japani'S-e t-uiios and fancy poods  i- now iii'iiif; niad'J at tho Chint'se  Sinrt���������ni'Xt to |>ost nflic-p, I'-ront  fji.i'i'i-i���������hy WAH CHUNG. The  i-lmk. whii h :s L'lilitL'ly new. l-.avinc  j'1-.l in lived fi-om tliu Oiieiil via tlie  ia-t- Kmpie:-s. consists of a (jcreal,  \:.ii.-iy of i-liiiiii, silk and l.ainlioo  ai lii-li's of quaint wiukiii.-iiis.hip and  oriental l.eaiity. which inns:!. In: seen  t.. !:��������������� apprrciaied. This display is  one thai will prove* of partitnlai-  iiiteit'--t. to the I.niies of Revelstoke  an.l affords a trrat whicli i" usually  Uai.1 ouly by icsi'-lcnli of coast lilies.  improve.!; anil that recreatlnn Rroiinilsshonlil  bt- [-rovlileil as soon as i*un.Is will permit.  ll'iKArdinp liquor !ii'������n:*i,'s: I wuiilil limit  tl-.._! niimbor o! hole! lint_n_<������...s to tliosi; nlr^itily  nivon. but woulil oppose tho intro'luctinn of  -..loon llcensi's. IwouUl i>rrtiii, no lic.mso to  anv house ivitliin one luindr...'! yp.rJs of ft hospital, school or "liur-h, -nil 'lo all in my  po_ er to force the observance of the law in re-  i;ar.i to.the fellinic of liquor nn Hunilay.  A ^ to the in-e.1 of ijra'le.! streets, -hull. II np of.  sidewalks and surface .lrainase I think all are  agreed. -  I hope before the'!ay of election to-have tlie  opportunity of publicly rllccussing ihc above  or any other oiie-itions which may be brought  forwanl. As I cannot make n personal canvass  of al! voter.. I a.<_lv yonr opinion on my viewH  an.l if thought to* be"for the goo.l of the community* to favor mc with your support. ,  Yours respectfully,  Thomas I.ewih.  To the Electors  (jeiitleinen���������Ilavinjj been "nominated a candidate for election as alderman, I respectfully  Bolicit your ."import. If elected, I will allow  no private or sectional Interest!;". to influence  inv conduct Injiiiblic affairs, but perform thc  duties of my oflice to the best of my ability,  looking to the welfare and improvement of  thc entire citv. Hoping to merit your approval, and. if elected, to retain your conli-  dence, I remain,  ������ Yours trulv,  ,I*A5IF-H  -Mu.MaIIOS.  To the Electors  OV TUT CITV OK  RKVEI-STOKi:  GI5NTI.KMKX:      .  At the request oT soirio of the elec tois  decided   to  offer  inyself  as  n  candidate for I he oflice of  Alderman.  I respectfully solicit your  intei est and  influence on   my ln-lialf.    If eleti-edl  shall do   my   duty Iiy   tin:   illy   as   a  whole   and   all   ui.iliers   .itTei.lii.>_;  its  welfare  will   havo   my   niosl   careful  attention.     As circnnislanee.. will not  allow me lo make u personal  caiivn������-i.  I .take this oppoiluiiity  of  askiiin llu*  siippoit, of all I may lie unable   to  sec.  T.   KlI.I'ATIiK.'K.  Our stock of  ^Wrapp-eMB-for^SpringL  aa  aa  M  eT''  -iX\)  Dealer in.  j Gents' Fu -nishing's,^  ( Boots and Shoes, I  i Hats and Oaps,������  j Stationery, ������  I Tobaccos,||  j Cigars, Etc.,|  Fancy Articles,!  Patent Medicines, Etc.!  the Season  We have just received samples of the " Perfect" and " Dominion "  Bicycles which ive now have on exhibit ian. Intending pur-  ��������� chasers should see Ihese '99 models before looking for any other  xohe.els. These wheels have all. the up-to-date improvements and  sell at popular prices.  HARDWARE AND   TIN SMITHING _____���������������������___.  Mccarty Block- W.   M.   LAWRENCE,.  Watchmaker and Jeweller  McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke, B.C.  C. P. R. Watch Inspector. Best Repair Work in the City.'        A Fine  Stock of Watches, Clocks, Wedding Rings, Engagement Rings,  Jewellry, Silverware Etc.  r^mwy1"* vi.-'ihii-1f*������ott  Our Bread Trade  ���������Is constantly incrcuslnit.   There is  ���������a, good reason for  this, nnd  if you  ���������eiveour broad a trial, you, too, \\ill  ���������become a permanent customer.  ���������l'ree 1_tiilj- Delivery.  n-CAGUE BROS.,  FKOXT STKEET.  The Best Bread  in the City������������������  Delivered every day  Mail and telegraph  attended lo.  HAKKR   AND  (JKOCKH...  -  on shortest notice,  orders    promptly  A.  N.  Smith.  and Summer Wear  is   very   select and  prices nra, wonder  fully low.  To the Electors  op ihe l~ity ok rkvei_.������tokk       |  Gentlemen: !  I linvp  (he  honor  to  announce  inv I  intention of hetoininp; a candidate  foi ]  aldoi'tiiHii.    I :������iii nol- Miiiiiititr  on   any  ticket, Iiut. if eleclt'd, I n.ean  to   woik  for the liqst interests of the lily  as  t\  whole.  \V..r.T.KK.  I  I Boys' Wash  TENDERS WANTED  Scaled Tenders wil! be received by tlie Wiider-  .-iKned up to tlie 15th day of  April   next   at  , noon for sinking lCKtx-lxr, prospect shaft ou  the  1 i.lcnsarv mine, the contractor lo  provide all  materia!, lords, powder and  provisions.   Kur-  llier particulars can !.e obtained by applying  eiiher iu person or letter to me at Kevelsioke.  The  loMu.il or any tender  not   necessarily  a'*i-,,pt<".l.  l.vvoWtuki', March 7|b. 1S'J".I.  l'J -A", JOUS 1". SIIIB'ALD.  To the Electors  GF.NTr.KMKN- :  In coniplianci' with the request, nf a  number of friends I otter inyself a candidate- I'or nomination as Alderman at  the forl,hcomiti(_; election of your city  council.  I hnvo rond Mr. Alt Daily's pi. itform  and fully ehdoise it.  If elected I will do all I cm to further  the inleiesls of the city.  TrustiilK to have a fair share of your  support, I am  Yours Lriilv.  20 11. A. IIwiwn.  Suits..,.  [Ages 2 to 10 years.]  ?.*, n;.*..v*__.-._v_..������*.  . Louisville Restaurant  oppei-ito (lomsier's.  Meals  served  at nil liours, day  or nighb.  AntonI KeBochel,  Proprietor.  'S}fe;KS���������^^5>S5K*Si'A385MKSi3S3K&;!4!SiS!S!'^JS  LICENCE AUTHORISING  AN  EXTRA-PROVINCIAL  COMPANY  "   TO CARRY ON BUSINESS.  "COJIl'ANIKS Ait, 1S07."  -Canaiia:  I'UOVINCE OF lilllTISII  COLUMBIA, i  Nn.l!M.  '1TIIS IS TO CERTIFY tlillt "The T~i-itij.li  l.ioii Cold Mining anil Development Companv  of Ontario, Limited," " Non-l*cri-final Liability," is iiiiMiori/.cd and licensed to carry on  biteiiniss wltliiii tlie l'rovinceof IlritNli Columbia, ami to carry out or effect nil or any of the  objects hereinafter set forth io which the  legi-datlvc authority of ihe Legislature ol  Uritish Columbia extends.  Tlie head ollice of llie Co in puny-i.s siluate at  Owen Kound, Province of Ontario, Canada.  The amount of the capital of the Companv is  eighty thou'-aiid dollars, divided into four  thousand shares of tucnlv dollnr.-" ea.-li.  Tlie Company is specially limited mulct  section .-.(". ot (he said aci.  Tlie head ollice of llie Cnmniiny in lhis  Province is situate at Itev.'Ntokc, and John  Mnnuine _ cotl, llarrlstcr-nt-J.nw, whose address Is Kevelstoke aforesaid, is-lhe utloriiev  for tlie Company. '  Tlie objects for which the Companv have been  established are:���������  To carry on in all their branches the operations of a nilnitu;, milling, reduction nnd development Company.  Civeu under iiivliiiud andscnl of ollice nt Victoria, Province of Ilrltiili Columbia, tliis ninth  day of Kebriinry, one thousand cl(;ht hundred  und ninety-nine.  [I..s.[ ���������    ������������������ a. Y. WOOTTON,  17���������iw        Uculstrar of Joint Ktock Companies.  To the Electors  OF Til!-! CITY  or  HKVEI.HTOKK  ClENTLKMKN*.  llii.viiifr d"t ided al the icfjuc-l. oT a  nuinlier of my friends lo inn for  councilloi-, I  he^  to  bolicit.  your  votu  \V. 31, LlKOWN.  In every variety of plain  and striped goods, neat  designs, natty sailor collars,  ranging from 75 cents to 82.00.  These'suits were made specially  for onr trade and we feel sure  they will be appreciated, We  invite inspection,  Trained,  obste  Addrces:  NURSE  LUCAS  L. O. S., London. England.  experienced,  obstetrical nu  medical,     surgical,  rse. opon to eiiRairement.  Klll'Sl" LUCAS, Itevelstoke.  Undertaking and Embalming^ .  R. Howson & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture  FAYETTE BUKER  o   Fire, Life, Accident,   Loaning and  Investment Agent -  $40,000 to Loan  On Revelstoke Real Estate  Property  ���������43-35  l3^f-  Hotel Victoria  1- J. V. PERKS. Prop.  Hotel Accommodation Hest in the city  for the nioucv.  r*Sfc  Ktndlv  fuvor ns with  h call.'nnd woMlMitisfy.  Hest bar in Kevelhtoke.  Free sample r-H)ins.  I-'reu  jliih at till LrainH. _     _  llourlv street car between hotel and station.  tlcateil by hot air aud eleetrie light and bell  in every room.  REVELSTOKE  B.C  ..DON'T..  Hack and Cough.  Your Life Away  EDUCATIONAL CARD  Pencil drawlni!, black nnil colored crayons,  oil and water color on ennvns, silk, chinn, etc.  Two hours weekly:   ?! per monlli.  English "(evening cliuss) G hours weekly, J!)  per month. Krencli, 2 hours weekly, tl per  month.     Latin, 2 hours weekly, fl per month.  Special terms to families.  Address: Miss Sleele, McKenzie Avenue,  opposite Tavlor Hlock.  Butterick Patterns."  and influence.  iAtts������ &il>l & eo.,  The Taylor Block,  McKenzie Avenue.  Abbott Mines Company, Limited  Notice  TENDERS will be received by lhe under-  sinned up to noon on Monday, April lOtli 1899.  for an extension durinji the coming summer  of the present tunnel into lhe* Abbott claim,  "iuiatcd on Ha!ev Creek, Lardeau district.  The present tunnel is 208 feet Ioiib. and this  will have to be extended until it crosscuts the  vein requiring an extension of about 300 feet.  This extension must lie 0 feetC inches in height  by I feet in width and continued on the lino  o! tlie present tunnel.  Tenders must state prices per lincnl foot of  new tunn������< excavated, which price will cover  all expenses connected with maintainance of  present tunnel while work is in progress.  Contractor to furni.-h all tools, labor, plant,  etc.. required.  The lowest or any tender uot neccssarily  accepted.  II. ABBOTT,  -President Abbott Mines Co., Limited,  Vancouver, Ii. C.  LITTLE DAMP  LITTLE COLD  LITTLE COUGH  BIGGER COUGH  SORER THROAT  IN THE CHEST  ON THE LUNGS  PNEUMONIA  FEVERS  CONSUMPTION  Tiie  WAY  TIIEY  ALL,  HEGIN  CHECK  IT  NOW  IVITII.  Dr.������������������Mackenzie's English  Cough Balsam  GEO.F. CURTIS  '���������THE DRUGGIST,"  Successor to the McD. A. \V. Co,,  P.nVELSTOKE STATION*,      ���������  >  An  .  '������!  "-.���������a!  B. C..  --*--      __-__  "f"T.,  ________>

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