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 V -  j'" \  V-^Vj  \ i  <^ V.,^'  **. A  THE REVELStOK  J  b  RAILWAY  MKN'S   JOURNA!  Urn 2.; iyjf.  G-  Vol    XVI: NO*  IX  REVELSTOKE B. C. THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 190S  $2 OO a Year in Advance  CB.  ^il. I inn  1  Department Store.  Cash Bazaar  J  UNDpR    THE   AUSPICES"  OF  THE LADIES' AID   OF   THE  -,    METHODIST  CHURCH  Saturday, March 25th, 1905  j/TU Pay and Evening  r  C. &* Jfume & Co., limited  AreTgiving the Ladies charge of their  entire stocks. of Boots and  Shoes,   Dry  Goods,    * Carpets,   House    Furnishings,  Crockery- and  Glassware  for, the^bove,  "date and'are,paying;them a-dividend  on   '      ;,  the Cash Receipts for .the en tire, day. *  . *-^'The New Spring Stocks of Men's Hats,,     , v,  -'-A-.A: C������,~>-*.:-  "Wear are in.   "This would be a good time  .u'L:1;'.  for the men'to'do their Spring purchasing! 1.  and help the Ladies." _:  i'iiS'i At  The Lines of-House Furnishings, Lace ��������� -     -"  Curtains,    Carpets,   Etc.,  are' complete.*  Come in before that date and you   might  be able to pick out something" to purchase  at the Bazaar.    _ ~- :  ������adies Aid Cash ������azaar  \���������.  tjee bargains  Fridayf and Saturday  WHITEWEAR���������Ladies' White Drawers, - nicely  Trimmed with Good Embroidery and Tucks.  Regular $1.25 Drawers will besold on Friday and  Saturday for 75c.  WHITE SKIRTS���������Full lengths' and a very wide  Skirt, nicely made. A regular $2.00 Skirt Friday  and Saturday $1.25.  MISSES' and Children's Dresses���������A complete line and  no two alike.: ,The Price on this line is cut in two  thus leaving an opportunity open for you to buy  good dresses cheap.    Prices���������$1.25���������$1.75.  EGG CAPS���������Special Line at 40c. $1.25 and $1.65  per Dozen.  Greening and Russet Apples are Cheap just  now.  You can buy a box here for $2.00.  A Special Bargain is a Table of China Plates.  C B, HUME & CO,  * Department, Store.  Local C. P. R. Improvements  That the Canadian Pacific railroad  intends making extensive improvements on tbe Western Division, ample  evidence ia given in notices which are  posted upift different parts of the city.  These notices, il will be observed show  quite a nice share for Revelstoke and  it is to lie hoped that local contractors  will be fortunate enough tn secure the  contracts. The notices read as follows:  The Canadian Pacific Railway Co.  invite tenders for the erection of the  following buildings on District No. 1,  Paciiic Division.  Freight   Sheds.���������Albert    Canyon,  Notch   Hill,   Wat more  aiid -Tappen  Siding.  No. 2 Section Houses.���������Cedar, -Redgrave, Emerald Siding, Carlin, Sicamous, Downie, Revelstoke, Golden,  and Hector.  ' No. 3. Section  Houses.���������Cut Bauk,  Snuilax.  Engine House for Notch Hill.  Employees Cottage, Revelstoke,  Coal Shed for Sicainous.  Station for Revelstoke.  Right-of-way fencing.  Plans and specifications may be seen  at the: oflice of J. P. Forde, resident  engineer, und tenders to be marked  "Tenders for Railways" must be sent  to T. Kilpatrick, superintendent*,. Revelstoke, li.C, not later than the 31st  day of March.  CHANCES IN  AUTONOMY ACT  In the Opinion of 'I Many Mem-  is worse  bers the Amendment  than the   Original  Trouble Ahead.  Clause���������  -r  IV  Ye Olden Time Social.  The Epworth League will hold an  olden time social in the Parsonage  next, Monday evening to which they  invite their friends. Those attending  are requested to wear some article of  ye olden time costume, although those  without such!������������������ costume will be welcomed. Admission 25 cents. Music,  games and refreshments of ancient  times will be provided.  Carpenters' Union  "A meeting of the.local branch of the  Carpenters' and Joiners' Union was  held in thc Lougheed block Monday  evening. A motion to adopt the nine  hour day in this city was passed nnd  a letter was sent to 'each of tbe contractors informing them "of the decision of the union and asking -them  for theii* approval of the samc/JThe  committee of the union and, the contractors are discussing the situation.-''  __ Presentation.^. ~  Mr. -andTVIrs.'C. B. Hutnejvere "the  recipients on Saturday last of a very  costly wedding present from the employees of the company. The gift was  in the form of a beautiful Hall maiked,  gold lined, initialled silver tea and.  coffee service. The whole set was  enclosed in a handsome seal grained,  plush ..lined case, and constituted a  souvenir of which Mr. and-Mis. Hume  may justly feel proud considering the  motives which prompted the gift.  ''Equal rights foi* all and special privileges to none," ouo school, one  language, and one flag'"  "Resolved, that a copy of this resolution bo.stint tn tlm Sentinel and local  press for publication, and a copy forwarded lo oui* milliliter Mr. Win.  Galliher, M.P., Ottawa.  "Signed on behalf ot the lodge and  officers, J. II. Aiiii-vtion^, XV. M.,  Thos. Steed, Fin. 80c, Edward Adair,  P. M��������� Rev. W. V. Calder, Chap."  Rocky Mountain Rifles.  Woodmen At Home  The C. W. O. W. Camp Mountain  View 220, held, an "At Home" last  night in Selkirk-Hall, at which some  130 guests were present. The program  opened with a. musical entertainment  upstairs, the ^orchestral music being  furnished by *Miss Shook and Mr.  Doyle. Dancing' to music furnished  b.v Aire. Lumb and "Mr. Doyle, began  in the lower hall as soon as tne'up'stairs  program was over, and was kept up  until the-small hours of the morning.  For those whofdid notxwish to "dance  all kinds of amusements swere introduced upstairs, and. thus every taste  was catered for. To, s"ay that every-  bod j* was delighted is to express it  mildly, and the C. W. O. W., deserve  the thanks and congratulations of all  for" one of the most successful "At  Homes" held in this city.  Ott.vwA) March 20.���������The ICommons  was put iu possession > tonight of the  government's proposed'amendmeilt to .  the educational clause bf the autonomy / nasium" fund)  bill.   It reads:    "Section 93 of the B.,' tended.   Musi  N. A. Act, 1867, shall apply to the said  province with a substitution for subsection 1 of said section 03 of the following sub-section f^ -"  "1. Nothing in any,, such law shall  prejudicially affect any right or privilege with respect to separate schools  which any class"bf persons have at the  date of the passing of Lth is act undei  the terms ot chapters 20 and 30 of the  ordinances of the Northwest Territories, passed in the year 1001.  "2. Ih the appropriation by the legislature or distributing.by tho government of the province* .of any money  for the support, ot schools organized  and carried ou in accordance with said  chapter 29 or any act passed in amendment thereof or in substitution therefor, there shall be .no^.discrimination  against schools of any class desirability in the said chapter 20.  "3. Where the expression "by law"  is employed in sub-section 3 of the said  section 1)3, it shall be held to mean the  law as set out in the said chapters 20  and 30, and where the".expression "at  the union" is employed", in said sub  section 3 it shall be held to mean the  date at which this act comes into  force," , -  '"  On Tuesday evening R. M. R. Company 5, held another of their popular  monthly .dances (in aid of the gyiii-  which wiifi largely at-  usic was furnished by Mrs.  Lumb (piano) and It. N. Doyle (violin),  and thc dance which broke up at 12:30  proved to be one of the most enjoyable yet held hy the Company.  A gymnasium h.is leceully been installed at the drill hall consisting of :  1 single and 1 doublc-eud punching  biig; 2 sets boxing gloves;  a Sandow  SHOOTS HIS  SWEETHEART  developer; 2 pairs Indian clubs; 5 pairs  The Irish Concert  The Irish concert held at the Opera  House on the 17th instant, proved a  great success. A l.uge audience attended nnd, throughout the entire  Erogramme, showed their appreciation  y repeated encores. -To add to the  charm of the evening, the Independent  Band gave selections appropriate to  the occasion. The first item on the  programme was the old favorite "Killarney." Mrs. Wilkes rendered this  song very sweetly and received a most  enthusiastic encore. A quartette  consisting of Mesdames Dent and  Lawrence and "Messrs. Allum arid  Barber then followed and met with a  similarly pleasing welcome. Miss  Myrtle Cathell's song "Bedelia" also  gained her an encore, and the snme  applies to-Master Fred Fraser's character song "The Little Boy in Blue."  These two items wore, remarkably well  rendered and reflect great credit ou  the two juvenile entertainers. -Mr.  Humphrey's song, "The Minstrel  Boy," was rendered in good style.  His voice and good taste in selection  on 6ucb occasions usually meeting  with general approval. B. A. Law-  son's comic reading, ton, caused much  merriment, amongst his hearers, for  Mr. Lawson reads wall. Equally woll  rendered and received were the quartette by Mesdames Bews, Lawrence.  Dent aud Wilkes; song (Rory O'  Moore) by Mr. Burk, recitation (St.  Peter at the Gate) by Mr.Henry;' comic  turn by Mr. Piatt, of the Piatt Fanning Co.,and a song with tableaux  effect hy Mrs. Bews. The . credit of  thc success of the entertainment  belongs to the ladies of the Altar  Guild of the Roman Catholio who  worked hard for that cause to which  the proceeds are to be devoted,  Rememlier that on Easter Monday  the Rathbone Sisters will give a ball  in Selkirk Hall.   Particulars later.  Loyal Orange   Lodge Meeting.  At the regular meeting' of L. O. L.  No. 1658, held in" the*'lodge room on  [Friday evening the ,17tlC nif}t.,_ the  'following''- resolutions we're ' unanimously passed:      '���������''.;., -  Moved by Bro. Ed: 'Adair, seconded  by Bro. Rev. W. 0.' Calder:  .     ,    .  "Resolved, that we, the officers and  members of Revelstoke L. O. L.'No.  1658, assembled in lodge room in the  City of i Revelstoke,-in the Province of  MM,-l(M;\Se^e :>ihr tK^oifr^fireC  oppui*tuiii���������y~ to "cxpiooD* our hieartfplL  sorrow with wliich ,as OrangemtJn we  learned of the untimelv death of Most  Worshipful Bro. E. F. Clarke, M. P.  We ^ are deeply conscious that in the  departure of Al. W." Bro. Clarke, oui*  Order has lost a most 'efficient officer,  the city of Toronto an honored representative, the Canadian House of  Commons a respected councillor, and  the Dominion of Canada-, an honest,  upright and talented citizen. To the  widow and family of our departed  brother, we would extend- the sincere  sympathy of our Order in this their  hour of sad bereavement, and we  would assure them that we as Orangemen will ever inscrihethe name ot E.  F. Clarke in our memories, and that  we will look back- with pride to the  record of Bro. Clarke as that of a true,  noble and worthy Orange brother and  citizen.  " /'We realize how helpless we are to  lighten your burden of grief by anything we can say or do, but we aie  prompted by the hope that this expression of fraternal sympathy may  in some degree cheer and comfort you,  may you be able to see in this the  hand of Godi and put.your.trust in  Him. We hope ypu will find that the  hand of Providence which has removed from your ' home a loved oi.e, is  willing and ready to bind up the  broken hearts, pouring.; in the oil ot  His everlasting love.  ���������"Our-pr.tyer is���������that He_who doeth  all things well, will bless and help you  until you meet beyond the river where  the surges cease to roll."   .  "Resolved that a copy of this resolution be sent to the Sentinel, and local  press for publication, and a copy forwarded to the bereaved family, also a  copy be spread on the minutes of our  lodge, ana that our Warrant he draped  in mourning for the space of .30 days.  "Signed on behalf ot the Lodge and  Officers, J. H. Armstrong, W. M.;  Thos. Steed, Fin. Sec; Edward Adair,  Rev. W. C. Oaider,"  Moved by* Bro; Ed, Adair and seconded by Bro. Rev. W..Q. Calder.and  resolved:  "Whereas the Government of. the  Dominion of Canada has introduced a  bill for the purpose of forcing separate  schools upon the inhabitants of. the  the two new provinces, Alberta -and  Saskatchewan; and whereas the said  bill does not promote fellowship and  brotherly' love, but rather bitterness  and strife; and whereas, the said bill is  not of a progressive character, but one  detrimental to the welfare* and liberty  of the community of the aforesaid  provinces;  "And whereas the said hill is in  direct opposition to the separation of  Church' and State, be ifc therefore  resolved, that we, tho officers and  members of Revelstoke. L. O. L. No.  1058, assembled in lodge room, in the  city of Revelstoke, in the Province of  British Columbia, this 17th day of  March, 1705, desire to express our profound regret in the Government forcing separate schools upon the aforesaid provinces, producing neither  peace on earth nor good will to wai d  our fellOwmen; be it further resolved,  That every man in favor bf frpedom  of speech and liberty qt conscience,  lisp (n hi������ full qti'cngthand again ud-  minipter the medicine wh(cb acted so  freely in the campaign of 1800, when  separate schools weie at tbat lime the  issuo; be it further resolve^, that we  os Orangemen  unitedly   stand   for  dumbbells; 3 pairs single sticks and  helmets; flying and Unveiling rings  and a climbing iope. A well equipped  reading room has also been .established  for the benefit of the .members of the  Company, in which is to ho found all  the latest newspapers and magazines,  also games, including cards, checkers,  chess, dominoes and ping pong,  Throughout the \\ inter the Company  members hnve been puictising shooting with the Morris tube, which, by  the way, is a tube which fits inside the  rifle bariel in order to lire a \ ery binall  bullet, and tho lcsiilting scores have  been very praiseworthy. Following is  a list of the winners of Ihe competition shoots:  1st, Sergt. ,T. Donald, box of cigars,  presented bv Capt. Brown.  2nd, Pte. H. Shardlow, sot'of mili-  taiy hair brushes by Lieut.  11. Smith.  3rd, Corpl. E. Hansen, piizo presented by Brown's cigar stole.  4th, Pte.  A.   Woodland, cash prize.  5th, Pte. T. Nel&on, cash prize.  R. M. R. Company No. 5 deserves  our best support, not alone ior the  noble cause of patriotism which iu-  spiies it, but also for the eneigy it has  displayed in its eilorts towaids efficiency, and finally for the many pleasant evenings .which -it has been the  means of .furnishing" to the citizens  during the:past season.  Awful Act of Jealousy at Enderby���������M. H. Baird Also -Injured  in Struggling With Crazed  Lover  End.kitby, B. C, March 21.���������Crazed  with jealousy, Thomas Flood shot and  wounded his. sweetheart; and her  brother-in-law, and nearly wounded  another man. The* wonder is that  there are.not two or three dead persons here at the present moment, and  n murderer in jail. . It appears that a  fiiehdship which nearly culminated iii  marriage, sprang up between Flood  and Miss Coles, sister-in-law to M. H.  Baird, of this town. The wedding did  not come off.  On -Saturday last Flood went to  Boyd's liouse and there met Miss Coles  and others.; When the time came for  the girl to go to the place  w here she  was working, a small party went tp  the door to say good-bye. A young  man named. Milligan was about to  accompany Miss Coles to her home,  but just as they were starting. Flood  raised a revolver and fired at tlie girl's  head. The bullet missed, and Baird  rushed 'to seize Flood and prevent  further mischief. The crazed man  turned the gun on Baird and shot him  through the wrist. Milligan made a  rush towards the man as he fired  again at the girl. This time tlie bullet  went through her arm in the fleshy  part aliove the elbow. Milligan sprang  on to Flood and endeavored to get the  revolver from hiin. In .the scuffle,^  Flood managed to fire.again, with the'  result that the bullet passed through  Milligau's coat. Geo..Pollard, a negro,  assisted the -others and Flood was  secured and taken to jail to await his  trial.  The Methodist Church Ladies' Aid  is busy making.; a. large number of  useful and fancy articles for their sale  of. work on April 18th. " There is a  healthful rivalry* between ;the leaders,  of the.various booths," as ..to which'will  be the liest.  ��������� '  v A'Strong Attraction.  A>''-xin,Utllix3tlClLlH--IJll  ;     lUUIlklltj ,*w..vf  March.-'J7th,-.the JJiis������oll-D.ivis Com-  pan'y"will opon a week's engagement  at the Revelstoke Opera House. The  opening play will be the tour-act  rural comedy entitled "The Pumpkin  Huslcer,"  from the   pen of  Laurence  Corporation ol the City of  Revelstoke.-  BY-LAW NO.  Russell, author of: *'A Millionaire  Tramp,M "Autumn Leaves/' etc. A  good line of specialties ate introduced  between acts, thus avoiding the usual  long and tedious waits.  Revelstoke Hospital Society.  Thero was an , unusually large  attendance at the .regular monthly  meeting of the Board of Directors of  tho Hospital Society held in the  council chain lior oa the evening of the  13th March.  After the usual business had heen  transacted the question ot the appointment of a doctor for Arrowhead was  taken up, and it was unanimously  decided to appoint Dr. J. H. Hamilton  of Nelson.  The Secretary then read a letter  fiom Mr, Geoige Gib&on, enclosing n  largely signed petition objecting to  thc removal of Doctor Chippertteld  from the mcdicnl staff of the hospital  and jifter, some discussion the following resolution was unanimously  carried:  *'That tho petition received with  regard to replacing Dr. Chipperfleld  on the hospital uta(T he filed and that  the petitioners he notified through Mr.  Gibson, that .tho:Board do'not consider  tliat the services of four doctors are  required or that tho finances of the  hospital can stand the expense of four  doctors, and that a third doctor, resident at Arrowhead has been appointed,  Dr.' Ghipperfleld having refused to  accept that appointment when offorod  to him by the B( ard. Ami that if at  any tinu* the j^titipuers have any  comphviilt against tho present staff,  the Boaid will lie ready to listen to  any complaint that may be presented  tlirough their proper representatives  on this Board and that in future no  petition will be received unless presented through * he.proper representatives of the petitioners ou the Board,"  A. By-Linv to authorize the boirowing by tlie  Municipal Cornoi.itiuii of the Cit> of Ue\elstoke  of the bum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars to defray  .the eoHt of improving and extending the power ft iul  light plant of the s.ml toiporaiion by the issue of  debentures for the said sum and interest.     _   <-  Wheicas a petition has been presented to the  Municipal Council of the corporation of the city of  lie'.elstoke Muiied by the assessed owners of at*  lea*-t one-tenth in \alue of the real proport> with"*  iu the city of llctelstnkH as shewn o.i tht* last  re\Ised assessment roll of flie'������faid\:t>t .t������*Mtip  thit a bj-Liw be introduced for the purpose of  authorizing the borrowing by the aaid corporation  of thu Hum of Fifteen 'thousand Do H ara'to defra>  tbo t-o^t of impnivmg and extending the power  and light plant of the said corporation b> the issue  of debentures for the said sum and interest;  real property /within, thewuacItirfi^'utft^siCie  according to the last ret tsed assessment roll of the  'said City istho'su'iiv of  Seven Hundred and Fifty-  Three Thousand ^I'wo Hundred and Thirty-Eight  -Dollars: -.      ^ ., CfTs - -   J*  And whereas Itvuill bc requisite to.raise'annu-  all> by special rate sufficient therefor tlie sum of  Klcven Hundred and Sixty-One Dollarsand Forty-  Two Cents (i>ll6L42) for pa>mg the said debt and  interest thereoni:  NOW THKUEFORK the Municipal Conncil of  the corporation of tbe City of Kevelstoke enacts  as follows: ���������*  1 It shall bo lawful for tho Maj or of the corporation of the city of Kevelstoke to borrow on the  credit of the said'corporation by way of deben-'  lures- hereinafter mentioned; from any persont  persons, fix in, body, or bodies corporate who ma>  tie w ill mg to advance the same as a loan a sum of  money not exceeding in the whole the sum nf  Fifteen Thousand Dollars and to-cause all such"  sums so raised or. received to be paid into the  hands of the Treasurer of the Corporation for the  purpose and with the object above mentioned. '  2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of the said  Coiporation to cause any nu in Irer of debentures to  he made, executed and issued for such sum or  sums as may Iw required for the purpose and  object aforesaid not exceeding however the sum  of Fifteen Thousand Dollars, each, of said debentures being of the denomination of.. One Thousand  Dollars and.all such debentures shall be sealed  with the seal of the corporation" arid signed by the  Mayor aud Clerk thereof.  3. -The ^said debentures-shall bear the date of  May 1st; A. D. 1905, and shall be made payable in  twenty-five, year*-from the said date. In lawful  money of Canada at the office of the-Molsoi's  Bank at Kevelstoke. aforesaid, which said place  of payment shall be desiccated by said del*enture*  and shall have attached to them coupons for the  payment of interest and tlie signature to the intei-  est coupons may ��������� either be written,~ printed,  stamped or lithographed.  4.' The said debentures shall bear interest; at  five pur cent per annum from the datc^tbereof,  which interest shall, be payable s������rai-annuall\ nt  tlie office of tiie MolscnsJiank at Kevelstoke aforesaid in lawful money, of Canada on the 1st day of  Alay and on the;lat day of November.^ respectively  ih each ahd every year during the currency thereof *  aud it shall 1k������ expressed iu said debentures and  coupons to be so payable.  5. It shall be lawful for the Ma\or of the said  coiporation to negotiate and bell the said deben  tures or any of them for less than par, but in no  case sliall said debentures or anj of theni be sold  for less than ntnetv-tire per centum of their face  \alue including tue cost of negotiating and sile,  brokerage and all other necessary-exj>enscs%  6. There shall be raised and levied in each1 year  during the currency of said debentures the sum of  Seven Hundred and Fifty Dollars for the. payment  of interest and ..Four Hundred and Kleven 'Dollars  and Forty-two Cents for thopavment of the said  debt under the said debentures bv a special rate  sufficient therefor on all the rateable real property  in the said municipality."  7. It shall bc lawful for the said Municipal  Council,to; repurchase any of the said;debentures  upon such terms as may be agreed upon with thc  legal holder or, holders thereof either at the time  ofijaleor at any subsequent time and all debentures so icpurcha.scd sliall be forthwith cancelled-  and destroyed aud uo re-issue of debentures shall  be made in consequence of such re purcha&c.  r .a.. .'.TUis hv3&n:jihaIl.takA.effect on and after tlie   0.   This by-law shall, before .the final parsing'(t  thereof; receive the assent bf the ratepayers of the .  corporation according to the provision* of and th  tlie manner prescribed by the Municipal Claused  Act and Amending Acts.'  ,   Read a firet time the 20tfi day of March, 19Q5.~  _ Read a second time the SOtli day of March, 1007.  Read a third time the 20th day of March/1905,  with the unanimous cohsentof the Council.  Received the assent of the electors  of April, 1905.  day  Reconsidered and finally passed'and adopted by  the Council, Apill ' *: ���������vl9U5.  City Clerk.  Mayor.  Tate notice that the abore is a true copy of tho  proposed b>da/w upon w bich the vote of the Municipality will be taken at'the City Clerk's office.  City Hall, corner of Mackenzie Avenue and Second  Street, Revelstoke, between the hour* of. eight  o'clock in the forenoon and four o'clock inthe  afternoon on tbe Fifth day of April, A. D., 1905.  HENRY FLOYD,   -  Cleric of the Municipal Council.  Revelstoke's Aarge Pry goods Jtouse  ���������*,  THE  SPRING  SEASON  place of business on  Lace Curtains  With all its requirements..is again  here. We take the liberty pf statr  ing" "that "nowHeTeTlautside^bf "the"  largest business centres can be  found a stock for variety to excel  that which is to be; found in bur  Mackenzie Avenue.  A magnificent assortment  90 cents tb 90.00 per pair.  at prices ranging from  Tapestry Curtains  A beautiful selection of these goods at prices ranging from $3.50 to $18.00 per pair.  Robbinette Ruffle Curtains  Most popular Goods nt prices from 20c. to 50c. per  yard.   Handsome Draperies.  Table Linens  Bleached and unbleached ranging in price from 35c.  ���������'   to..$l.V5 per yard.  Sheetings'  Bleached and unbleached, 2 yards wide," at 25c,-30c.,  and 33c. per'yard.  Ladies' Shoes  Sole Agents in Revelstoke for " The Empress Shoe"  all the latest styles.  Dress Making Department  -  Now in lull swing,.where ladies can rely on getting  perfect fitting garments, btylish and comfortable.  This department is in charge of Miss Gotigh.  Suits and Overcoats  The joyous Springtime turns the thoughts of "-men  to Spring Suits and Overcoats. Clothes may not  make the man ! but they help !. at* least the up-to-  date kind you get from us. A full range of Campbell Semi-Ready Clothing always iu stock.  SOLE   AGENTS   IN   TOWN   FOR    GEO. A.    SLATER'S  INVICTUS SHOE FOR MEN.  Xawence & Jaggart  Sl-ccesors to w; J. George.  .*������i-*    **\-**m* .  VV&f |l  lift  ���������*##  Amm  i$iii$������,.  ill  JM  J Revelstoke Herald and  Railway Men's Journal.  Ptiljli>lieil ' i*vi*ry  Thursday.     Sr.l^crtptiitn $2  per year.   Ailverti-ihii: nilus on nppHc'Uitm.  Changes r.f r,ilvt.*rt foments must  h������; in  liefm*  noon oii Wcilne.sdity tu influx, iusi-rlinii.  Job Printin;; in all  its  branches promptly aii'l  neatly execuu-,1.  Tlll-������.*-DAY.   JUHl'li   2".  V.f-.Ci.  TIIE  GRAND TRfJNh'���������SEN-  A TOR TEMPL EM A N���������  SOLID SEVEN  satisfactory arrangement miglit have  been entered into. But the nature of  his proposition was so altogether out  of proportion, thai; no self-respeeling  government, could consider it.  Jt is not yet known what explanations .Senator Templeman will oiler to  tlie people of British Columbia.  EVERYBODY CLEAN UP.  Mr. Morse,   vice-president  and general manager of the Grand  Trunk Pacific   Railway Company, left Victoria  last   Friday   night,   passing  through  ". ' . Revelstoke on Saturday night for the  east. Before leaving Victoria Jlr.  Morse made a definite statement, once  to the press and once to tlie Board of  Trade, to the effect that a proposition  had been made by his company to the  1 Provincial Government, but had not  been accepted; and thr.t,. therefore,  failing the desired provincial indiie-  meiits to commence construction work  at this end. simultaneously with other  points, the company would adhere to  their original plan and build the lino  ^ ~' from the east w'estward.  *s=m; Negotiations in this direction being  \       now broken o(V, it is worth while taking a glance���������a pitying glance���������at tho  muddle   the   Liberal   party   has   got  itself  into over the matter.    Prior to  and during the recent general election,  the people of British  Columbia wore  solemnly assured  by"-persons in high  places  that construction   would commence in British Columbia simultaneously    with    other    points    in   the  provinces and  territories lying east of  us.    The Hon. Mr. Prefontaine told us  so���������in fact, took  the trouble to come  all the way over the Rockies to say it.  The Hon. Senator Templeman told us  so.    True, there  was no word of any  such   arrangement;   in   the   contract,  ,.r-       but���������oh, well���������the   matter; was delin-  itely assured-any way.  And the people  believedMessrs. Prefontaine and Tem-  plenian���������they   being   very honorable  gentlemen   in   high   places���������'and sent  <���������lwVT.M-..  But, the election having been won.  things began to look very'different.'  It became apparent that the Grand  Trunk Pacific was not, and never had  been, entertaining the least idea of  .starting construction work at this end,  unless it was very well paid for it. No  one can blame the Grand Trunk���������but  what about the honorable gentlemen  in high places who had pledged their  words? They were a1* dumb as oysters  but Senator Templeman's organ in  Victoria undertook to drag a red  herring across the trail.  And   tlie. honing'was accordingly  dragged.     It  took the-form of a deep  and  deadly plot���������which, according to  Senator Templeman's said organ, the  Victoria Times���������had been entered into |  between the ilcBride government aud  thc* Grand Trunk Pacific.whereby Mr.  JMcBride  and   his colleagues were to  acquire vague  but   enormous   wealth  ��������� -by_;lian������ling=.ov.e������=a=.vast=expan������e^o������  territory to the Grand Trunk people,  ���������who  in  return  for sueh complacency  ���������weie to commence construction right  away.    Or maybe not, but they would  get the land anyway.  In the matter of object and detail,  tbe plot seemed to the judicial eye to  Ik* somewhat lacking in tinis'n; but it  suited the Liberals admirably, in that  it cloaked the falsehood and folly of  their leaders, and they raised a terrible outcry against the Provincial  Government for its intended sacrifice  of the people's heritage.  Then Mr. Morse arrived. Then, also  nothing happened. And the weeks  ���������went on and still nothing happened.  It began to be whispered lhat Mr.  Slorse was scared of the Provincial  Government. The lion wouldn't roar;  the rascally Conservatives refused to  be rascals. Now Mv. Morse has gone  borne with empty hands, the Grand  Trunk Pacific will���������as Mr. Morse puts  it���������arrive in British Columbia on  schedule time in 1011, and the bewildered public is beginning to sit up and  ask the Liberal party what it all  means, anyway.  In discussing the affair, there i.s one  closing woid. Had Mr. Morse's proposition to the Government been of a  business-like character, such as could  bave lieen  fairly entertained by faith-  Cleanliness is essential In public  health and general attractiveness. Tn  clean up Ihe hack yard, I he vacant  lots and the alley ways is as much of  a duty as attention to the person.  If Kevelstoke is to be clean, healthful, beautiful, the average citizen must  do his part. All classes are busy and  inclined l.o leave things to the city  ollicials.' The general desire is, or  ought to be, for a cleaner Revelstoke.  But everything can not he left to the  ollicials. Citizens must do their part,  which is to clean up their premises  aud seo that garbage is not dumped  on unused ends of streets or on vacant  lots. In this connection thn HrcrsALD  would advocate the appointment by  the council of a city scavenger whose  duty it would he to remove garbage  collections to thc dumping ground.  Tlio question of cleaner streets Uv  Bevelstoke, as in all other cities, is  always piesent. Tt will always be to  the front, especially at this season of  the year, in municipal affairs. Progress is not continuous.' It stops, goes  forward, there is retrogression, then  forward again and again. Wo move  by steps. No public progress will como  where tliere is no desire for ic. Tlie  interest of individuals' is necessary.  So in the movement for a cleaner  Revelstoke there is work for tho individual citizen as well as the city official. They sliould work, however, in  harmony. That is the way to get  'results.  LAlEITAil  X  New Field for Settlement.'  In the northern part of British .Columbia; east of the. Coast range and a  little sputh-.'of" the Bulkeley Valley,  lies a large country that has only been  seen by a fow white men, mostly fur  traders.     To ''most.people this part of  British .Columbia''..has-. ������i���������������������������������������������*'>..��������� i->������������*>  looked upon as very rough aiid .barren  in fact, a portion of .what is generally  termed the "Frozen North,", and it is  only since the talk of the Grand Trunk  railway that the public liave paid any.  attention to the occasional reports  published, of a country which in the  near future will be one of the best  stock-raising districts in British Columbia. '      .  The Ootsa and Cliastabta country is  of au   open   rolling   nature, tliu hills  being covered  with  a light growth of  poplar," amongst    which is   the driest  kind of feed, grasses  and peavine.    Tn  the bottom  lands  the soil is rich and  deep, much   of   it   well   adapted   for  ���������agricultural purposes.   -Water is plentiful,'there  heiug several   rivers   and  very   (ine   lakes,   which abound   with  lish.     To  the south of Ootsa lake lies  Anham  lake district.    Here are found  large swamp meadows, some of wliich  are thousands of acres in  extc#nt,..and  will   afford   excellent   feed for cattle.  This country is  timbered mostly with  black pine, and spruce.  ���������The���������c-}'iiii,"ite=is=taf--=froi>i=bei������g-a**  severe as might be imagined from the  latitude.     Tiie warm breezes from the  Paciiic find their way  in   through the  passes   of   the  mountains   and   exert  rlseir  influence  towards  keeping   the  atmosphere at, a more equable temperature I ban is found further east.    The  summer  is fairly free from frost, and  potatoes,   turnips! and oats are grown  by the natives.     The snowfall in winter is not. heavy, averaging from a foot  to a foot  and  a half  between the end  of   December   and   April.    Tiler*.!.are  Of the Opposition at Victoria  Exposed by their Obstruction  Tactics��������� Unhappy Plight of  Opposition Leader.  There has been little of a sensational  nature in the   House this  week.    The  routine   and   other   business    of the  session liave been  steadily  advanced,  with no hindrance   save  the  obstructive tactics  of  the] Opposition, whose  so'i* idea of their  high   parliamentary  duties appears to be lo obstruct every  measure advanced by the Government,  simply      because      it      is      advanced  by    lho   Government.    Tn   pursuance  of    this    lofty    idu*i,      they     have  with     marked      succcs-j      contrived  to delay tlie country's  business  without advancing their own ends, and  to  expose  their own   weakness  without  inllicling injury upon tlieir opponents.  .Must of theni appear lo have  realized  tlieir humiliating position  since  only  tho redoubtable  .lohn   Oliver (Delta)  and .1. A. Macdonald (liossland) took  any notable, part in the proceedings of  the past week.     Tho rest sat in sullen  silence, or  went out  inlo   Uie lobby  to whisper fierce confidences, into  the  ears of would-be railroad   magnates.  The Government maintains its steady  majority or live or six,  and  tiio   men  tal calibre of tlie  present Opposition  is not of a character  to  enable  them  to  present any arguments  that  can  alter the existing condition of affairs.  Tlie Game  Act  has   been  probably  the ."most, discussed   measure   on  the  ijo'or of the House  tliis  week.   Every  mail tikes to consider himself a sportsman,  even  if   he   isn't one; and   the  consequence ' lias   been   that'   nearly  every   member   of   the    House    had  something- to say in   regard .to*, this  important measure.    The  bill  was in  cjomniittce of tho whole on  Thursday,  and had been   put   into   pretty satisfactory shape   when   the   House   reported progress.     Tt is a very distinct  improvement on former legislation.  :   The   Dyking   Act,    debate   on   the  second   reading   of   which   was     adjourned   on   Friday,   while, too : long  for extended reference  here, jiffers, it  may bo mentioned, a-'fair solution of a  very important question.:    Natiii-alljy |  there, is   considerable . ri valry  among  the areas affected, and au attempt will  doubtless be. made  to   make  political  eapiD-iIouf of the matter, but tho  bill  is a fair and   equitable  measure  not-  -^-In t,hiv*di������cuK3ioTv - "over-thi;: Vnh.-to.  amend the unrepealed sections  of the  provisions of tho .Assessment Act, Mr.  'J*. A. Macdonald, leader of  the  Opposition, took occasion to  place. himself  ���������not fiir  the.   lirst   lime���������in   a   very  unhappy light before the House.      lie  accused the Government  of bringing  down the measure in order  to .enable  them to recover certiuii  moneys from  the I.e. Uni Mining (AXi, and announced  the receipt of   a   lefrgram  from  the  manager of thut rfiVitipany,  denying  that the company, was indebted to tlie  'Government.   He then read  the''.despatch,  and  proceeded   to .,argue   the  matter which very .strongly sugg'ested-  counse! for the.defene.-v   . .is/S-'SS-y'  Mr. MacdoiiSfirslSra>������uiinaVy conduct in this  matter was a p-iicfubsiir-  prise  to  his friends.     H%nnpeared to  have  totally  forgotten the "dignity of  | the House where  lie stOod,--,rind: to'be.  solely desiious of  plui^ing,-thc Government   into   a. di.spiife'with'n mere  private  company, whose   presiirnably  self-constituled     champion.'* he ;was.  lie   argued   tho   caso   for-thi; ijlloi  immpan\^iautJi������ijM'=Ht-K^g^,isa--to  Nnti?o   is  lu-reliv i*.iv.*il   Unit. K. J, Kerr, of  involved !>v an   attempt to   Aroiwlu-ml hns m,i<!o ,i|>i,Ii<*ntl<ai under iin*  jirovisim.s of ilx; "!.!i|ii>ir l.i.viu'i* Arl, irtli,";  lor n iriiiisfi'r of his lii'u'iui: for iho Arrmvlivml  llnicl nt Arrow lioiiil. to John <;sli\v of  l:c\������l-  sloki, mul Hint  n,i tlnj* of tli-j llimril of 1.1-  vuiinliii; Coiniiiii-MoihM-s of lhe l:<*vel-t(.ke  I.Ueliee l.'iMriel w ill !��������������������������� ItoliI lo eollshter -lit ll  ll|i;,lli*illii'ili ill llu: I'mvilli-liil 1'oliee OIVnv,  Kevi-lstoko, mi l-rhliiv lhe -Jllli ilny of M.uvh.  VJoi. ul llio hum* of 7:H'J |> i.i,  II. A. ri'PKK.  Chief l.leonro Inspector.  I'rovliicliil I'oliee Olllc**,  KevelMol-e. li.cj.. Jlnrili 10th, ISO''. I������l  absolutely worthless except to their  ���������promoters. Now, it must be abundantly clear to every thinking man  with the smallest appreciation of the  straitened financial circninstuni'os of  tho province, that if is not possihfe-at  the present time and under the present conditions, to launch out into a  policy of large expenditure, sueh as  would   lv  deal with allot* even tho meritorious  among these propositions.  The object, therefore, that the Government has in view, the problem lhat  they have t.o solve, is to tseer.ro the  construction of such railways as shall  reach those sections of tho country  whose development thereby will he of  lhe greatest benefit to the greatest,  number, and thus most beneficial to  the province as a whole.  For instance, not- a fow of these  rail way projects���������good em nigh schemes  for development had the province a  large hanldngaocounl-lravorse in the  main districts very thinly, if at all,  populated. Of such are, say, the.  Kootenay Central and a large portion  of the Grand Trunk Pacific. Other  lilies, again, would opon up to quicker  communication and better'market  facilities wealthy and long-populated  districts, whose settlers have struggled  on���������in some cases for a score of years  ���������hoping against hope for Lhat more  speedy and closer connection with the  world's markets "without whicli ..the.  wealth of their districts is of little use.  Of jjuch as these is the loiig-suiVoring  Siniilkameeii: and it is a satis faction  lobe able to say tliat, out of so.me  two or throe .'railway projects: which  are now finally��������� likely to be accepted  by the .Government one at least.looks  to the prompt 6jiening-up of this much  neglected section of .the province.  Thisois definitely known by those who  are in .close touch with .thoGovorn-  ment plans for railway ''development;1  as far as at present matured.  - The,Government is satisfied, iii spite  of the' difficulties above alluded to,  that, beforo .the close of the present  session, if; willvbe, in a-position; to  bring down legislation .wliich, while  ultimately: leading to the closer connection of the Coast aiid tbo Koole-  nays, will ensure.'the conimencc'iiient  of immediate ..construction* on iniicli-  rreeded lines in the interior,! upon  terms ih every way satisfactory'to'the  country aflarge."  :      sTiiE Max jx".Tliis Gallkhy.  RsveSstcskG LIC8HG3 BSStB'iGt  tytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyty  JM*  $ SPRING TAILORING  NOTICK.  Xoti��������� is Jieivhy-riven ll.nt��������� nn il.-.yn :if|i*l* tlnle I  ll'l.l*liil tonri'ivio III;* lIoiiimhloTlie thk-f Cell*.-  mi������**iom*rnf l.nn.ls :u:.i Wni*l:.< for iieimiuiinii to  ptiri-li.-iso the foliov.-iiiK <iem*i*il.i!il Iiiihlit in lim  Ills'.riel nf West Koeleii.iy.  rn*.iiii:eiir*lii};iitii |io:.: pliiiitei! mi the sr.iilii  shore of the .North* Hi*.*|. Ann of fener \irniv l.elie  in Illiml l'.av iiii-I Hinr!;*.-.! *(i. :*. Mi*r������rli:r-siii>nli-  eiisl. ei.niev"i������i.*.t." 111. l.ee solitli HI eh.-iins.  llienre  west, -HI i h.*i iiw.-i In !. norl li iM ehuins won* or less  lo th.,, south shore of the .Vi!1*I.|..|*:iihI, Arm of Vw-'r  Arnnvl,ii!.*e, thenee e.**,'st In ehuins to Ilie point, or  eoi'.-oneneeiwnt. eont:i.ini:*.*iSU :*.er;.*. more er h.vs.  Jlnil'it this Mill Deeir.nher, )f.ijl. .  CiH. jICCAIiTKU.  CRESSMAiX'S imported W  Spr'uig"  Goods  are   here, '^P'  and   most   of   tliem     are tyr  marked oil' and have been .fij.  passed into slock. .*{������������������  The store Is full t  oi"   Rain   Coatings,    Suit ffj,  iiii^s,   Trotisi'i'isi^s,   c������iai- X^  |'.:isti)^-   Solves, Ciioviots,. i^  I.!a:nr������^,   IV.f.cy Vostinn's. y������  Tho   u onr    find   color   is \j?" '  i?u;ir;inlccil by  tho m;tiui- ^jr  r;u*tu:\Ts, .*i:ii.i wc back \i\* .������#f  lliv i^uar.'intoo. *. j*������^  ��������� :ys'JJjs:A--'A  ';" "LEGAL;;. ,���������..{,     ';; ���������������������������-> ���������;  TpHN-.-'il-ANNlNO" SCOTT,        '������������������--..'r'i' J\.:sa^'  ''���������;:':    'Barrister, Solicitor, JEtc.   ;  First Street       /-.. ; *���������-;���������.    V .Xtcvclatbkc, B. Cl  s- Barristers/Solicitors, Ktc."      '!'  ..'Solicitors for Imperial Hank of Caiift'ln..'  Company itindi to ioaii'.HtS.percout.  First'Stkekt, Ucvelstoke U. o.  NOT! OB.  Noiirj������-ls hereby pi ven thnt tiiirly (W)dnys  nfter dnte 1 imeii'i to nuike )i)>t>lu*:uhni io tl'ie  ChU.'f fnmiiisKi.ia. r <>r Lpu<i> nml Works fur  permission i":! lense* the f������m!s lierfiimikT  iiieniionctl, v;x ��������� OunnieiieinK nt it po������t. nuirl:-  ctl ������'i.loyit A. Muniv's norm er.vt et>r* tr,"  p|nn;cil on Lhc '-v.est ImiijJ: ������-f n xninll stream  il"wii!K inti) lhe I-'otil ii I'ork of the Kiiiisur  river from the norlli east, nt V. puint nbuui  twenty mile������ uorth 'wLMerly ftimi.'i'etc ..'mtTie  f-nriiu, tlu-nto nurth* \vV*f*terly f.ilhnviau  the foiii^o <������f tiie \Jil!cy, to n point f-itmuo  li(JOi) ohniiis in a tiirect Hue Hutu the f-tHViuij;  point, thenre in i; ."-outh wvslerlv'iireetion  i-iiO.i P.iiins, liienee ifiVuih e'^ierly'^iO chtiins.  tlience nortli ci^terly Vl'M) ehuins. .thenee  t*?)Utli'easterly following t.h^ j������m:ernl eotir-fc of  tlie .vnlley 7'iiHi t'luviits1 more ur los?. thetieo  north 'Jio" ehnins more "or Jess to the point oi  coiiuheneenient, for tho purpose of eiuliug  sj>nrs. tiinber or lumber.  jVititorl'ii, U.G., Itflh Jla'rcli.liiori.  m 10 lm  IJ.OYO A. MANLY.  XTUGirS..CAVLKr -  liarrister. and Solicitor;   ; -  OlTICK-^Conicr First Street and Boyle  ���������Avemus ltevelstoke;-li. C.  Dr. Moruisox.;  . ���������"; dkni'ist;-: ' ��������� ���������'.:**���������  Office���������LauTcnce  Hardware Co. r.lock��������� Upstairs  NOTICK,  .-Not ice hi lierehy (ilven thnt * Unity days aftev  date l'iulutul tu npply to Uie .-Chief Commiiwiom'r  uf baud.-; an'd ���������'IVorks for ,n ypeelnl license, toeet  and cnrry n,\vay timber fruni :*thu folliiwin^.^le-r  ricrib'jd binda in Ltiluoet D-ijtviet. it. C.: . ;  ]: Oommeiudnj; .at a poKt mavked "Ccor^o A".  "Lainmers' xoittli enst earner'post,'.'a:al jdaui-ed 'ou  tlie west hank nf* tho Itppur Adnai.s itivev about  th;rl;y-nina miler. above Adnms lake, tbence'ir-fitb  UO .chains,'thenee west SO chaiiiSj-theiu'c tiouih 80  chains, tlience east SO chains tu place of commencement.  '2. Oonnneneiiis at a post, marked "George A.  Lammern' south 'wciib i:un;er y>"������t,-' pltinied on tlio  wi';������t bank uf Adams river jalmnt thirty-nine.miles  above Adanis lakei tlience nurth SOchains.'tbence  cast SO;chains, ihence -south'-SO' chains; thonco  west SO ehainsto plnce of conmienceuient.':-;/        ,  ;{. Coiumeneing'; at a post iiiarked "George'A.;  Laiamcrs' north enst corner' past," planted on ihe  west bank of Adams river,'.about, thirty-nine miles  -iiboVe Adii.niH lako, thenee south SO ehaiuy, theneo i  we.it SO chain.s; thenee,north SO chains, thence cast:  SO chains tt> place of conimeiiceiiieiit. ..: ; :l  ' -IS, .Coifimeiieing at; a, post .marked "George A.  Laiiiiaers' novtli.we.st corner peat,'-' planted on the  -west bank*of tbe Upper Adnms river about thirty-  nine" miles, above Adams lake, tbence: so nth. so  ehain.V thence .east SO chnins, thence nnrthSO  chains, whence Svest SO. chains to, the place of  ���������tfonti ii eiicGiiieii't.: .������-:���������' J Js -J -."J: ������������������������������������ J - ������������������,."-, -'jl  ��������� *l)ated a.Otlrday of ;raiuiary;,,-lOG5..;.;'.'    : ��������� '". -  i.i'j.  :t''  ty  G  Slit: US ABOUT YOUR EASTER SUIT  RESSffiAN, ���������S ART TIMllQR $  Often ihe Chenpest      - ty'  Always-the. Best  |####0####^#^^#####^'%^#^#*  TStcAZazsezsEsassti  ���������   KEMODELED  JitiQ -Soprs Sosst^  Gf i������*e: Kew- liKpecia!   Bank  PremUcs1 formerly ���������occupied Iiy ���������Uiiioiy'RcEtsiV.'rant.' ��������� '".  ' a ;..-.   .      ��������� ���������..:���������.������������������; '.*''���������  Mrs. WioKvtrlcAz, ���������R^ania'g.ef'.css,''.'*'. *..: *.,  Open,.'if .ill hours.  Short. Orders   tastefully scrvoil;  a. J.. Kates. ESoderate...*.*;  ^assassssaszgia^a'a'aszzz^Baig^  R  SOCIETIES.  LOfYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 3G5S.  '���������'������������������   ^ -S    I?cqnbir meetings are held Inthe  ���������" r MJ   .. Oddfellows Hull  on   tho Third Kri-  rj^ii-* *  dny of eneh moiuh, at 8p, m. sbnrp.  'fC^ir*    Visitine brethren coniiullv invited  'tft*" .;. a. At:rfK������ox,.\v. m  ^SSKES- R;J,TAJCiGKRT, Rcc-ScC  "jr\sH'S���������'.'���������- ':'.,- NOTICE.;- .;_'.. .���������.���������.>';:���������������������������'.���������  .Notice" is hereby irivcn*-thali :t!io imderaijcnetl  have*siibniitted lo the -Lieut'eumit-Governor-hi-  Council, a proposal", under the provision:*.of the  J livers ������������������= and Stivmiin Act for'..' the '^loaviiifc aiid  remoyin<; of obstructions from ^losquito Creek  between Arrow Lake itiul'. J\Iouquito;I,ako, West  Kootenay. and,for. inakiiij; the same Jit for raft-,  iny and driving tlicreon lo������>'a, timber, lumber, rafts  and craftrf", and' fur.���������erecting "and maintainhiit  booms for holding, sorting and deliverinp; logs aiid  timber brought .down ,said river and for attaching  Hbooiiis t j .the shores of aaid ereek and said Arrow  ;LaUe for said purposes..7 .. ['���������:���������-  >.!i'he hinds to hc affected by said work are T.ota  "7-^ and SlO'in firnup One on .theofficial plan of  Kooteiiay,3>istriet and Crown hinds.; :  S 'J'he rate of tolls'proposed'li* be charged arc  such as niay be fixed by the Judge of, the County  Court of Kootenay.  DatedTebruary Sth, 1005.-r.".-- ���������.." ���������  TlfK YAI.K COLUMBIA'.LUMJUSIl COMPANY,  ������������������" f<ib-10(HHi: ': " -   UM1T101). :  BQWTi SUFFES.  ;:;AMY.ioHC=E:e*:  V* Save'':*Yci!r.;,";  :SJ i"-&ESi jJy  :.j;fGU������;;;B^Ri3:E|?:,;;.;;-r^  J  !@sait  Mii\Wiffi&  (Flsh. .'::ah'.d '.'*(Sa'm'e';' I si; :Seass>Pi.:;  .Fir|t:;^treet,;;  e^elstoke^B.;Gv:  fill  represeDUatives   of   tlio  people, a ] trip thiough  netNisiuiUi.! cold sniips, whetn the ther-  iii(ni)(:tcr drops to 2H dcgiciH l.o '.{(l  dc^K.'C.s helovv, IjiiL no Ij|i7.-/.;ird,-j,       .   .  I.'or Lhe .iportsiimn this coimti-y i.s n.  piirndiso, jfftine of ���������������������������all kiritls���������catihrin,  gutiif! iind wild fowl of every desnrip-  tion heing found in abundance, Tho  huge hiked and streams ;itc full of  fish of man}' kinds.  JJttle is known as to minerals, as  very few prospectors hnvo heen in the  country, but. hu-ge bodies of coal have  been found close to the trail and the  natives have brought in pieces of  quart'/, wliich look vcry promising.  The best way of entering this country is to take pri.ifHi.go in the comfortable (J. P. R. steamboats from Victoria.  or Vancouver lo .Italia. Ooola, from  which point starts tho only good trail.  These: boats run weekly from I.he  beginning of .May, the duration of the  trip being (wo and a half days, through  most beautiful scenery. Mr. William  Sutherland of Bella Coola, who has  silent two yours in Ihe country, will be  pleased to afford any furiher information to persons desiious of making the  unavoidable surmises, and road the  telegram of a private, person, manager  of a private company, at raUier than  to tho Government, with all the air of  one issuing a defiance, or uttering a  threat.  The Finance "Minis!er. with a contemptuous brevity ' that cul. like a  knife, said that the Hntrment contained in lhe lek-gtam was not true,  and that, the sender thereof must have  known it.  The  I.':.vm;  K00TENWV STAR, K. n. P.  M(?pt.s on   Firft Taosdav.of overy month,In',  I. O. O. P. iiali. ",   . .,,. ���������...*  .1. AHKESON. IV. P. '.    .   ;__     -I-.. J. TAGUE UT,- REG.  Coid Bsng-e Lodge, K. of  P.,  Ho. 28, Revelstoke, B; C.  MKKTS EVERY WEDNESDAY  in OiI.Jfelli.HVH' -Flftll at 8  o'clnr.i: Vljiiini; Knights uro  corliiiliy invited.  B. SCOTT,  C. (.:.  *    STEWA '!T Mi; DON AI.D, K. oi R.,  It. A. UROW.v, il. of F.  ���������:������������������������������������['/���������-' NOTICE, ' ; v-  Notice is -hereby gtvon. lhat CO dnvs arter  dute I Iniend to upply lo the Chief cbnnnis.  sknorof j.nnds and .\\'orks for permission to  purchase the following described lands in the  Dislrlctof West Koolenay: ��������� .   .V  *  ; Cojnmen'ninj? at a -post nuirked . "Uobcrt  ArmstrtiiiK's .s'J.ulh westcorner posi," silimlcd  half a nifleeastof G H.McCarter's south west  post.'sitwal'ed on tb" east side of the Arrowhead liriinch nt)out*.l}.< miles w'est of the station, o/ Arrowhead, ihence -10.chains east  Ihence 'III chains north, Ihence *ll> ciiains west,  tbence *li) ehains south to place of commencement; ��������� ". i ��������� .. ' ���������; ,-  ���������t'ttilSd-Tehr'iSltdflWt. ���������-r-^^=y^*^=  mch 2 COd  Camp Mountain View, C. "W. 0. ������/,  Mrelt  In   SolUir'K   ifnil   every  afler nuai:v d:.,po:--!ng ! ^f^h Fri'!"v"' "" m''""1  of JMr. Macdonald's friend's telegram  by pointing ont that the .amount, of  taxation  its  claimed   by the province  ins  ,-w>pperi 1-oriliun} iiivited  .     F. li. J:Oi;t!NE, On. Com  H. Vi. KPWARJiH, Clerk.  '.'i-.f-'nitl   and  > ft  tn.    Vif.il-  .O r. IL^-lid..  had   heen   admitted   by    counsel   <>n j M_   ytfm   EdWaS"*tlS,  either side  when   the  case was under |  Taxidermist.  review, proceeded to read the leadei*  of I.he Opposition a severe lecture on j  the peculiar line or' tactics he had  adopted. JTis remarks, though very  harsh, wore more than jusfilied. as  Ibis i.s the second time this  session that Mr. Macdonald, opposition  leader, litis drugged the T,r: [toi by  the ears into public questions. And  people are beginning to make unpleasant remarks about it.  "With further reference fo (he railway matters now under consideration  by the Government, alluded l.o in lasl.  week's correspondence, it is worthy of  note.n.s illustrating the onerous nature  of the. lask devolving upon .Mr. Mc-  flride and his colleagues in selecting  Ihe most advantageous policy, that  lherea.ro now, by actual count, close  upon twenty dilferent, railway projects  before the Government, Motne of  these propositions have merit���������a, good  many  have   none at   till, indeed   aro  Cancellation' of Rcservs  ���������Whole'saleT.and Retail Dealers;  PRIME  PORK..-��������� VWIiTTONt-   SAUSAGE.  FISH AND G AME IN SEASON.  eaie ������e * * ooaeaoaeaaa***** **/  % FAHSY CAKES-"'*������������������'���������' 'JJ^.l  l AKD GONFECTEGKEIiY     '"S-  DEER    HEADS,    BIRDS,     ANIMALS!  MOL".VTEJ>.  REVELSTOKE, -       *.-.       B. C  Wood for Sale.  Having established .a" permanent  wood yard, the citizens can depend fm  gelling first clasfj dry wood at all  times.  RORFAXT SAMSON.  KING'S   COLLEGE  SCHOOl,  ApdmU lo iiaronti wim iti!������lrn Utfflr mitw to hrvf* homt e*rt  ���������nil cornfartJi wlilio m:������lvlnK A interior  INTELLEOTUAL, MORAL AMO PHYSIOAL TRAIHINQ.  It ha* m*-t with roin������r)������1ilt ������iiec������ii In  COMPETITIVE   EXAMINATIONS   AND   ATHLETICS,  ftnd It Iiu thn oonddoncf- nntl jiftlroriRRo ofinwtr ofthe bf������t  fftTtilllnn.   Kwipfii" Bopt. (Ith.   BflferwiWH i Tlm I/ml Hlrtiop or  Vow��������� wUtinlwteri A������ Hot. Dr.  fentraftth, Archil������������:(m of  Coia=JO>u. aio.    kev. C. J. BRENTON, M.A., Head Master,  t.,% BUttRARD BT^ VAKO0UVM, D. 0. '>  N'VITCK TS iiKUF.nY CilVKXMtnt Uu? n-ner-  vat-i.-n ������-,L'i1������li!*tif(l in puj'rfu-uicfj of, tho prnvisi.tii.'j  of th" '��������� Cdhimdi.'i icii'I Westoru  ItaUivay Snlmitty  All.. IrJMi." Ilu(,iu*id t.f Wjlifh AVL'I'i! piiltlinJlt'd   ill tllO  IlritiHi (;<iltniiltlu (.Ay.bltti, uud (IfUo.l Till May,  ViiO'.i. nml .'ilh Jujiw, YA'Mi, roipo'jth'cfly, ant hcri'bv  wwullvtl.. '    .     ',      "  (.-rottii lamlA -ituutfl within lho nroa (MiihiviriMi  Uy thi.' vaiif n'Hiii'ViitSoii v.ill )m open to t>nlv.  Ki'ttlmniMil, lt*;!HM niul Dthcr (tispnjjitiou, uihIlm* the  pmvi.-jionr! of thc "Itftwl A*rt-." Uinvj inonllit ;if(,cr  thcilnKf "I* (ho nr������ljp'.jl>>!������'rt.f,i(fji of thi.t nol iro in  !li<; iirltUU (;<������!uinhiu fj;t/.<.-Uu; pr(������vi({*>ij, hoivuvor,  tlnil ?ji Ml niAi:* v.ltuni Inudu nm auUI, prii-ciuptod,  U'it*.t'i\ (troilicrwini* ;ilt!!ii,'ilc������l hy the finv^rimioul.  iiiifl ;ti(! Huhwt-rpirirtly f"iih(lnpun llu: .Him'i'y (tf the  i'*j!it?iihia nail W'cHli'ni liuilwuy (Tturipmiv's  j block <i, talk-, wholly or En p;irt *.vi0iiri������iiuh hlmrlif*.  [ th������'ii * hi* pr-Moijrt ho at^nhii.'^HHrh lainlH Khali  I ucrpiin; tlioir titl������! tli'ir������.'t*������ frnin (he Halhvuv  I (Ututy.uiy, v/hfi Iuivm' nt;r<.'<''l \o ileal wilh Kurh  pnrcii;ifi<"r.*(, priM-niptiuM, Ii.'n.v.'.i. t-.U:., on lho riium-  trriNHiinil '���������(.nilitioriM ii* Dm iJovfi'ittniMil. wr.nhl  I ui������h:r th't pfi'ivwirum nf tin; '* hitinl Act," oxer*]it  in rp:%\t<;tl i������< ��������� tlriiliiri* h'.itrlH ������tn thi;' Crinipum'H  hU.rV.H* \\-hl'.h tiUtill hit tiuU}tu-.l lo tho recti lat h**i������n  Iwiwl hy t\m (U-ummtv rvh.llvt: In f,Jj������f cnltinj: of  tint hcr mi th������ (JulmnhUi tuv.l Wo^tirrji Itailwav  (.and timut.  WV. S. OOKK,  tiiputy (U inTBhiJmiwr nt IsawU nw\ V.'mk������.  SjlUlU mul  Wii\]CH lK'p.'Lltl!FOtj(.  Victoria, I!. C,23nl l-'ohrtiury,  \U,'i.    iii-Jt-iltv  ��������� . Jf you   wjuit  Uio  ahovo  uo   rnn  * ' supply >'������������  with anylhir.u .in thiH  e lino.,  'J'UY OLTH'.,  wiior.KHOMr.  ��������� White arcd Bswn Bread  Sconed and Bues  Dunces mi*l Piivnlo VarltoH  CiV(<;r^I fl'o.^  l<'u!l ytouk of ttxciilUmt Camlicn.  A. B. 'B.ENNE'S'ON,  - M:u:iu!ijxit;.. Aveiinc.  ;HGSSO^-&-BELL  ���������9������ooeo������oo������oaoe������eoaoee������������o������  Until   furiher   notiet;   the    Kinpirn  Linnbet*  Ooinp.-iny's  steamship   I'iper  will make only one round trip per day i  between    -Arrowhead,     Iieaton    and '  Ooniaplix.  EMPIRE LUMBER CO., LIMITED  .mm College  VJCTORIA,  B. G-.  StlORTHAND  '.TYPE WRITING  'TELEGRAPHING  UOOKKEEPING  PENMANSHIP  A thormiili hu.-iinevs Iniininf;.   /.rrnngc-  menls ;!ur lioaniin^ Canadian Pupils.  ���������NORTON PRIKTZ-, rfind^r  Iitvet'to!,-!* Clresiionuitis Scrrctary*  C   S. DENT  BAKERS AHD CONFECTIONERS  ttTtiHh ami Complete JAiui of Groeoiles.  WHEN YOU WANT  NIGHT OR DAY  KING   UP  u  .27  STAND AT UNION HOTEL  I.  For Sale  .       ---   ;>  A House and Two Lots; CJose tp  Grfijti-al Hotel. Price $750,. $500 down,  bila nee oir easy terms. Apply Herald Office.        "������������������������������������_      .-:" *.i' I**-.  h-  THE DEBATE ON-  Provincial Rights Championed  by the Conservatives���������Foster  Scores the Ministers���������Proposed School Compromise.  Ottawa, March 20.���������The debate on  tho autonomy bill goes far to strengthen (he opinion of those who hold ihat  educational ipiostions should bo left to  the. provinces to which they rightly  belong. Not for ninny years has there  been a debate in the Commons characterized by so much acerbity. On  Wednesday evening Jit*. Foster delivered one of the greatest speeches ever  heard in parliament, in which he  scored the ministers for the humiliating spectacle they presented tit thc  present time. Ho then contrasted  what Premier Laurier -said when he  posid is i stionjf ch impio i ol pinwi  Cl ll    Il���������htS    With  hla CO lill. t 1 s \c u  lhc piLiuici   hid cli  uc I lh iu his di  tue  wis  to v'o^n^'1!'   ibsoui c md  complete uitoioiiv   the Ui   t'oii  i  id  jnin sli iiion,   but   umlni ,   bulnnd  knew ten minutes later that autonomy  vould  not  be complete     It toi Id not  1>��������� *��������� nd th it the  bill  w is tna it*, ut of  consultation   with the ii pusuit iu\cj  of the Northwest.    It had no friend in  the cabinet      PuhmiL it w is not lt���������  lsliting   tod n    fo   No\ i S^oli i   "\nv  Bruuswicl:, Quebec or Ontaiio; but for  the c,ic it W i->t   md tin-, withou* Mi  Sifton being ti meinher of the cabiuet  The   piciuiLi   wis  dinjjhug thu poit  folio of  the  interior  before Wc<tern  followt.m   to   kicp   thi n  (pnet     Mi  IVstci    w uncd   Su   A1 lift id lh it toe  iin uni il   cl niscs  would hung onh in  dem inds   foi    bittei   turn*, iti c\ci\  piownci   ol   the   Dominion       Jt uio  w hen Ho l    Mi    Pit/pitn^K iosi In t  the house stirred  lhe ministe   of justice lost hi*. In. id  ut   the   \ei\   out-it  b\   ch i Binj; uiio  Consmatnes  with   ippc ihng to pic  judnTcs,    md   th if    Ihu    would   hnd  then   ippcils nothi i j bu��������� InoUi    is   ,no;lItbs   in   the    coinmuniH     m.\ei  in loOo  when thc\ sjii^'.it i-o  ippe il to   ,iUllfLS L,^ thing ioi   us  liitteiincnt  the picpidicsof tlwCitholn.cn  Cm | lmlpujVl U|N uecncs the eflo ts ot  ���������all     Pioce ding    Mi   Fu/,i .ti i.v di  i t)tiRlb     n,s   , t senilism  lc ids  clued Jit Coii������ei\ \ti\cs m lhe House \ Hubt ()L ,, s  1lh0��������� ,    md   hi  nun tumtiMipii   nt. ^i  The  Knocker  ���������Willi the advent of Spring there are  the usual signs of returning life.    The  snows tire melt ing on   the  mountains,  the   streams   tire   noisy    with     their  swelling waters, the fields  are  rolling  themselves   in   green,   the   buds   are  bursting, the soi\g birds are  with   us  again, and   the   very   air   is  instinct  with  life   and   vibrant   with  energy.  The  grizzly tind   silver-lip  have  forsaken their resting places in  the  hills  to stiliate their whctLed appetites, and  forth from  his  winter quarters  into  the hluinls of men conies the 'knocker'  rejoicing in his rejuvenated strength.  What matters it fo hitu that the days  are bright 3    His sky is always  overcast.    The glory of  to-day's sunshine  is to his jaundiced  eye  but the  ominous  potent   of   stormy  to-morrows.  The season may be  promising  to   the  healthful soul of the farmer,   and  the  business outlook cheering to the  man  of ilf ii~  bu'" thc    knot IvoV" *-piiiti->  lpp i.s*>td \ iin tin  bi   den o   inipiiitl  u -; i11*. i-Ui_  md ->ht m i���������l to mipiiii  ti io'i jl ) nn      L r < 1 ) id iu u h il i     i  - h 11 lmm r iiii c\  i\o ic lUt but not  for   him.     Like   the   poor,   no   com  l umil\   is  \ ithoi L him     Hia 1 lgi'h  u u-,   uou itcn mcc   is   sien   oi      thi  toi u i    m e\^ \ hini'ct o l the studs  ol c\t ^   town     nil   m   thc  ci iwdcd  11010 lghl ues ni t \ ci J cit\   wind iin  nn. Micholj i id   iccof his  \ma  m ij  hi   h   ul   in   ������-\u>    githcinij,,   both  sin ill m 1 g e it  thi i.   in   two   die  ��������� tlllil        is        tl i  ' knoike     b\ n ituu  md tin ' knovkii  li������    piolissi > l 'Lm   loi mil   hung  ifr'utedlH x ion���������i ml t \ist ot hio  min* il M.iou , is m ob|icl of pit\  t ithe i thm cms in 1 il i the dukn  1 c w is bo n th i w i\ ind i m t help  it     >ot so thi piolissionil  'knotkei  lit      1**      I       ill lill   l ltl       pilMlMOll     of  nihiio As i rule hi i-> uot i mm  Hi it dots Ui m-,1* Hs distinguish  inj* ill u i< tiiiblica ut u mow iiiuidid  ness mel ie ilonsv ot ill who iihuve  suicess ot gnc p'oniso of so do ng  Hois foioMi   diploiing   the  Ink  ot  TENDERS   WANTED.  Tenders will be received until May 1st. lTHi.\  fnr une House ami lot Mtuiued in the town of  Ktvelatoke, Jt. C, known ns the residence of  Krunk liitruarti on First Street, tr mure fully  ilpscrilxM in Used i"m:h C. I\ It.  TKitMS���������Oiie-tliinl onsh, bnt tin ee to he pi������Ul  in monthly instnhuetits Twenty Dollnrs per  muntii, on'the tirst day of every month with  -even per cent interest until }t:ud. Tin* present invuiT will liittoe Ueeil in a Revels* to Ice  outiI; with. inMruciiotis to hnnd deed over lo  pundiii^er when all ptiyments have heen in.-ido,  A mnrked tdieek ou cdthvr of tlie Kevelstoke  banks I'or'lwenty-iive bailors must aecompnity  eneh tender, checks returned it tender uo"l  accepted t  The highest or tiny tender not necessarily  tieeepted.  Address ull tenders to  iVbKS Iru  BARNARD,  Ottcrville,  Ont.  No. i*40  CKHTItTCATK OV   TI1K I{E(.iIST3!ATtON OF  AN HXTiJA-PStDVlNClAL COMPANV.  "Cov.I'a.mks Act, ISO".  Ofc  tinct.  KllOC1   u  3  ���������\    UltlCS  T HKltKP.V CKUTIl-'V th;it the "Knjjle Iliver  ..iitnli'T L-ujiijiuny" has this day he*in rcnisteretl a.s  nn Kxtr.L-Prtiv:m*ial Ooinpany under the ''(,'uiu*  pniiii's Art, 1SU7." t������������ cavvy out <������r efleet till or any  nf the uhjeets uf tiie Coinnany to vhirh the lcijis.  1 alive luitiiurity of the J.eyUluture of Uritish Columbia, extends.  The heud r-tHfe nf the Ciiuipany is situate at tlie  City oi Uradford, in the County of MeKean, and  State of Pennsylvania.  The lunnnut* of the capital of the Company is  live 'hundred thousand dollars, divided into live  ' thousand shared of one hundred dollars eiu-Ii.  The head oiiiire of the Company.iu lliis Province  is .situitle :it Imperial IJanlc Ulock, in the cily of  Kevulritokt^ and (.leor^e Smith McCarter, barrister  nt-iaw, whose addrut-s is lievelsioke. i.s the attorney for the Company (not empowed to issue and  transfer stock).  DSThe time of the existence of the Company is  tlfty (50) years.  .. (iiveii under my hand and seal of office at Vie*  toria, Piovinceof Hritish Columbia, this iir.-:t day  ot* h'ebruary, one thousand nine hundred and live.  [U.S.] : ".     S. V. AVOOTTON,  ncgistrar of,.Joint Stock Companies.  Tiie.objects for which the Company has been  established and registered are :  For the purpose of buying, selling a.nd dealing  in timber, timher lands, tracts, berths, licences,  (both down and standing)., wood, bark, logs and  lumber, and pivuhiehu: aud manufacturing therefrom all kinds of hnnher, shingles and boards, and  all.other merchantable products of the forest,and  to those ends to purchase, lease ami acquire, and  in its corporate name tu take, hold, convey and  dispose oi such lands, timber, trees, wood, logs,  bark, lumber, timher berths, timber limits, timber  licences. Tights or grants, and sueh other real  estate or personal property as may be. necessary  for the.purposes of its organisation, and to construct, erect, maintain any and all sueh waterways, roads, bridges, hoat-s,. rafts, dams, booms,  buildings, machinery aiul otiier appliances, as  may. be necessary or convenient in the conduct aud  management of said business aud the trausifort-a-  ticmof the products mentioned. feb-1030tl  ���������--,V   NOTICE^: ���������'",*;.. ���������:���������:������������������*) '_'������������������  Notice is hereby given that CO davs after  date i:intciut -to apply to the Chief /Conimissioner. of Lands' nnd Works'for'rermission to  mirnhnse tbe following deseribed lauds in the  IMstrietof West Kootenay:  t oiumencing at a .post'-plan ted on the east  side of the arrowhead lirauek, about two  miles west of station at Arrowhead, and marked "W.-P. OgilvieVs south west corner post,"  thenee east *1U chains, thenee north 40 chains,'  thenee west 4U etuu'ns, thence south 40 chains  'to-'-point of commencement.'  ..Dated :&rd duy of January,l905.    ,  :.'.   "JJ-.  ������������������:  ���������-���������j'-'yy.-^'^s'..; '"��������� J-: s    J\.JF. OGlhVlE.'  NOTICE.  Notice 3s hereby given tliat Iio days after date .  I intend to npplv to the Honorable the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to cut and carry away timber from the  following described lands fciimued in West  Kootenav district :  1. Commencing nt a post plnnted on tho  south tide of Smith creek ubout ���������_''.; iniles from  tho Columbia river and marked "K.J John-  sou's uorth enst corner post, tlience south 1-0  eliains, thenee wost tin eliains. thenee north SO  ehnin-. theuce east L-0 chains io thc pointof  commencement.  2. Commencing at a post planted on the  south side of .Smith creek about It.'-i niiles from  the (. idumbirt river una marked ������������������Kt .1. John-  sou's north east coruer no^t," then e south SC  chains, ihence ������wl Hi chains, t: enre north SO  chiiius theneo east bO chains to the pointof  commencement.  ;j. commencing nt a post planted on the  smith sideof Smith creek about -P.j miles from  (he Columbia river and marked "'JO. J. Jolm-  sfin's north eust corner pn-t," thence sonth so  chnins, Ihence wesi M) chains, thenre north till  chains.thence east SO chulu-s to the pointof  commencement.  ���������1. Commencing at a post planted on the  south sideof Sin ilh creek about i.).l miles from  the Columbia river and mark-u "K. J. Johnson's nortii east corner post," thence south so  chains, thencu we.-t si) ehains, ihence north so  chains, thence oast SO cliuins to tho point of  commencement.  5. Commencing at a post planted on the  south side of Smith creek about i;j������ miles from  tho Columbia liver, and marked "K. J. Johnson's uorth east corner post," thence ^outh SJ  chnins, ihence west SO chains, thence north SO  chaius, theuce cast SO ehains to tlie point of  commencement.  .. 0. Commencing at a .post planted on thc ,  south sidu'of smith creek about "i\:\ miles from \  tho Columbia river and marked "K J. John-j  sou's north east corner post," thenee south SO j  ehuins, thence west SO chains, liicneo uorth So j  chains, theneo east SO chains to the pointof  commencement.  7. Commencing at a post pl-uitcdon the  soulli side of Smith creek aboul ^H miles from  the Columbia river and marked vK. J. Johnson's Kdith east corner post," thenee north 40  ehains, thenee west 100 chnins, thence south 40  ciiains, thenee cast 100 ehains to lhe pointof  commencement.  .8. Commencing nt a post plauled on the  south side o'l Smith ereek ubout -1^miles from  the Columbia river and. marked viS. J. Johnson's sout h enst corner pust," thenee north -10  ehains, thence west IGO cnains, thencesoulh 40  chains, iheuce east itio ehains to the point of  commencement.  9. - Commencing at a post planted on the  soutii side of Smith creek ubout (ij'������ miles from  the Columbia river and marked''.^. J. John-  sou's south eust corner post," theneo north 40  chains, thence west ltJGchain's, tlience south 40  chains, thenee east 3G0 ehainsto the pointof  commencement. ;   '  10 Commencing nt a post planted on the  north side of thenorth fork ot Smith creek,  ahout GJ4 miles Jrom the Columbia river and  marked *\E. J. Johnson's south east corner,"  thenee north fo ehains, tlieueu westSO eliains,  tlience south So chains, thence east SU chains  to the place of commencement. . ������  Bated March -ith, 1DJ5.  mlG   . ' ;���������       ;'/".       "/   E. J. JOTINSOX.V  wy^*i*i^*i,'^^'rzcarrfi.?r^ji.\rxKm T^ ^rv-gunyBSm^.vjb ?*B������tt������*JffJ,Jw  W. J.  LS2KT������URiiE,   ManGSTfcr.;.  NEWLY Emu AN0 FyR^ISHED  STR1GLY FfiRST-GLASS  THE   BAR    IS    SUPPLIED  WITH BEST BRANDS  WiKES, UQJJOFiS AHD G!QARS  ARROWHEAD, -  B- C.  Cabinet Makins  Upholctorifig  Picture Framing:  VAR1HTY TO SELECT FROM.  !@hn  ri  3s������ a*  to  is   i  is-:  one  to nifltne  L'io  Pntcstuts    tin  othei   to stu  up  Cithohcs      Jio in.  cl iiiid Uio 1 ittei wen. bx u^ cncul tied  m   tn_   pio\iiine  oi   Q i.bwC   1>     thei  secictii> of thc J icquos Cxitiei Clul), |     i  1\ IllCll     L*M.<-nl*.l -KooPit������li.rj_ lo_ lilt'  le idei  of thc  opposition  ���������tp ist ten d i\s     MihibIcii ihsts cue nd  th b   icinuk.      Mi    Jjj den lose md  s i tl it e\ei\   olhei  itUeinuit of  nntiistei of  jiiotiix   ������ is   is dc\oidot  tiiith   is   thit  jiiot jitieiul���������hcio in  ui)ion tlioiMi.d his voice    W hen Ti  Uoidcn w is he ml  igim nc islvcd Mi  I'lUpatuck  to in ike  ^ood thestitc  ment   oi   \\������v.hdr.u\ at <��������� 'ihe uiiniatei  then h id to hunt his hole, .itliuitlin^  his   stitemeiiL   wis    uicoiicct      AIu  Boiden tickitdMi    Fitzp tuck i0un  nnd liiiidehiin take back the statement  tli it Quebec  petitions ci 1111 cd tiom  gentlemen on thc Consei'vativc side of  the House.     Cornered once more, Mr  ru/pitnck  cl limed hi ie\ci u icitd  the   woids   x   st ite i-iit   which   \\ is  rh illcnjcd  hi    in un   nicmliiis     J.hi  upahol  of  thc discussion h is on'j lo  ^cicitc   lud   bUioil'md   foi    this Mi  rit/mliuk wasln^ih itipon^ililL  P uliainent is ill yn^ nun is I o Hit  nutuie ofj the (otnpioiuisc w Inch the  f{ovei*ninent will propose on'the school  question. Sir Wilfrid Laurier liiir  been iii conference with Mons,  bbuelti pipil deliyitc, on si\ci il  occasions last. week. The church  authcjutits uc stiongl} opposed to  iinv itcdssion it om lhc oii/iii il piopo  sition, but it is s n I fan Wiltud Liu-  Her stroiifi['y iui])ressud upon them  that in the" present temper of public  opinion the otiIj coiu?e thnt c in Le  adopted is one ol eoncih ition  It is st ited todij thit tin school  clause now conl uns i simple deu/u i  tion that in the distribution of money  to schools the h^isl ituu sh ill not dis  ci linni ite i^nuist ui} pulieiilu el iss  of schools lhc Lihuil pipits in  nounce th it this iijodillcition has been  ueceplid bj llio Wc-.tci n dclc^ ition  ous, co n iltiti ng s\cpiicil ������������������nociiiig  uid stispic on", ht is in inonii to ill  piogiess nd i woise thin use'ess  tneiubti of socielv  n^   std   fei'iuo of   IlioLii, hov  ���������*'"-   ojoi    isj.h itjim iTMjtcssion il ' kroek  within   theje     bi,m,id iocu\c-t1ciril u^o hc ning  U s lini^uungs nc dtlneitd with the  iuthoiil\ of   i'i  oi itle   ind ue ipt to  p iss w ll thc iiiiLlunkin^ is undo ibled  \cntics      In   Ihiswn liis influence is  I hkeU loc\Und   fifithei   th in his \ i  pollings   incut,  md  the  entne con  iimiiit}   in iv   itnconseiouslv    become  innocul ited  w ith his b iseh s*. liinnen  docs     The oi 1>  sittguud iguiistlhe  knock i\g miciob^ i3  Ivii e ch i ie unit  ot  sftictj   to mfii i   to icctp' i if ith  in1      inion  *.      id  rut inti d ml c^n  c1   sion      b ui-,111^ ii    oiiumni  i u  nte'ucii'c   inlo   ncpii'-ilrn   in c it n  c ise       rinu    l'i    ' iviicicivci    will soon  linl   'ns    melinite    \ mi hid    ind h s  oceun ilioii_gqnp__ITi  will c 1' tit 1 h i\x_  to   nil     /nen   filds   mil   pi-tuies  new   01 till 111 hnt! with lhe pioii=siiin  ijs.. '������������������SJ\.ds6Ti'QEy [ :S: JiSiJ-A.  In the matter of* tlie Act respecting certain works  J;:.*in or on: luivigiible watewl bein'jr Cljapter l}2,  A, i/Jt. H.C. Kill. .:.AyAJy-yjJ'y'j::i:".Jii ':'j :  . Notice is licreliy-Riven tliiit one. moiitli after  Ante the" Kevelstoke .Lumber Company,*Limited,  Avill apply., to tiie' G.overnor-in-Coimcil under, the  provi.sio'ii-j.of. the above mentiunett*Act for appro.-  val of planH for: .the construct ion of/certain piers  an:! .booms ;for *jatheriiij;, .* bboniiiig-'ancl hoi'liii^  Io^.h ami tihiher In.tlie Columbia river at ant*, near  of itevelstolce, Uritish ColunibiaV aiiil tliat said  Gonipany have deposited*, plans of the works tiro*,  poaurt to V.o constructed and-: a description of .the  site thereof as .lequired;by tlio. said Act with the  'Minister of Public Works at .Ottawa, Ontario, ami  with the kegistrar'of Land/.Titles, at~XGlsun,  British Columbia.*   : -    7. .   -  - V;i-::   ���������:  Dated "at/)teveIstoke,*B. C this Sth day of  February, .ISMS. J..' ..'-...;. '; r:A'J.i- -.:','" "-.-A-.  V'"1 "jiUARVEV, JIcCAltTRlti&PINKUAM,":^ ���������  ���������a feb-ili llii    ":  ''Solicitors for tlie Applicants.' ;  whoso  lunn 1   is   ' Th p       1 id ������ hc-t  watchword  1 io���������'i ess  i'id^h  *���������    ��������� Chilli \ ick  '���������Ai S[iSOTlCEJ.i'i[j i'S-  Kotice is hereby !*iven; that CO dAysVafter,  dnte I iiitcnd to apply to the Chief c'oriiinis-  sioner of Lands-and Works .for permission to  purchase tho.foIloVvingdescribecl lauds in the  district of WtstKootcnay: .:. ^ *.; .;  . Commencing at a pose: planted on^the'eost  side of. t h c'Arrowhead Jlraneh,'a bout'i!^ mi lc*s.  west of .Arrowhead .'slatic^n and markvd ."A.  Johnsoii'shoutli west corner jjost," liienee cast  40 cliuins, thence nortii -It1 ch'iiiii^, thence west  ���������10 chains, 'thence south 40 chains to place of  coinmencenieiit.* *: iArii~.iJ'i'J'jiii'^���������"''���������"A.���������'���������  Dated frd day of rc6ruary,100.*. ;   f  *    AKTHUlt JOHXSOS; :  Cl I 1   I ICVIt OI   IIII    ' ! &L-11 \   ION 01  AN KXTUA-J'llOVINCI.VL COMI'ANV  Co* 1 AMI*.   >C~   1S9"  PELLEW-KARVEY,  BilVANT & GlLMAii  Mining Engineers  ancl Assayers,  .VAN.CO.UVEK, n.C.- ~Kstabli9licdl8PU  ASSAY Vt'OHK OF ALL DESCHIPTE0KS  UHDEHTAKEN.  Testy mndo up to.2.1)001bs.  A specialty made of cheeking Smelter  Pulps.  Stiinplcs from the Interior by mail or  c\������rtsi 1 roinptl> atti n b I to  Correspondence solicited.]  VANCOUVER, Q. C.  8SXsX������X3������������������*lXi^  60  YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Remember that on Knslcr Monday  the Kaliibonu Sisters will give a bail  in Selkirk Hall.   I'lirticulurs later.  Bicycles repiurod and cleaned at XV.  Sinyl he's, next Dr. McLean's, house,  lull stock of tires, all kinds Dunlop  nnd M.,aiid W.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anvono ncudliu; a ftkctrh nnd description may  qui lily io*i*i rfaln nur oi Inion frm u bother on  lUMUliiin Ih |>r ilmblj t u nu bli* < jnitnunlci  l.tmiHKi.i'leUj'couiUluiitlal. HANDBOOK on rntcuta  euiit fruo. td'Iest neeimy forneeurtmrpatentH.  I'liicutn talteti ihrouvh Mituit & Co. receive  special notice, without cbnreo, lu lho  Scientific American  Immliomoly Hlni  ilul.Um of liny ������cl  nir; four niutiLhs  MUNN & Co.  llraucu ORlco. o:  A Imniliomoly Hlti������trnto������i weoktj;,  ouhti"        " "   ' '  your    ...... .     tamest dr-  culul.loii of nny Hclnntlllti Journal.   Term*. (3 a  foiirniontliB,?!. tioldbyull nowKdonler*.  SeiBroadway.fJgyyygfK  026 F SU Wtuhlngtoa, V. C, ,  T IM IM I*\   CI J III*  tint tut      Iumli\ Tun  (t< i j ������i    -1 "���������> t      (       boci ik    **.r   (   h i i  I \ r   |r iMiicn! ( on j ui\ muki tnu    t ( npiii l<i  ^tl U i cm\     ut or l*1    t ill ������i    u\    e tht  < 1 jtct     f th    (.ouiij.li.   *     uhxhtli   1 ^i*ilKt\L  mil   m\   if tliL  J   n   Iiturc f f J r li li Cu innlji i  L\tLl (Is  I ht Ih id j *   t t f l1)   ( tn i,iin\ i   sll i i u th  Cit v of I/i-ailfnnl.  in the County of .McKean and  ^i   Lt ol 1 tm -������\h i iu  lh iMoiittfth cip il of th < iipimii  lit 3 il mi in I il 11 \r-< 1 v k I tnto U\l 1 tintl t. 1  sh ii   ^ r f 11     In tu i   I  'r'l  hui'i  '1 ht' lu-atl ^flicu of tliu Coinp.inv in tliis Province  i sitmtc nf 111J" KI 1 j i I ] I tl in tht t. in of  I Mr-1 t h,o u il ( i r*.i - ii h M (tut r i int tti  Uliw \ Ih at iid( n v i<t IW\ ht< 11 ih the tt( r  n \f(rtlt( nujt in\ (in t tuipoucrc 1 to Hint inti  tihii'-ftrsti tiv*  lit tir it <f tit lm met of 1 ]i������_ roiupm> Is  lif ^ {Jl) ^cir  (ji\tnuil r mi Inn 1 ind seilM fj'ia nt A il  t rn Pr \mi n' ri ' Ii < oliin' t i lit li\  of February, onu Utuufrnntl nine liumlrod ami tlve.  [L.S.] S. V. WOOTTOX  rt���������t trirof Jo j t Mutr Compinits  Thi*j������l> ccts for wliich tlie Crunpa.ny has beon  tst ibli ht-tl nml t^ ittrnl iri. fui th i urj ost i f  bum. ������.*_!! *i*j- iml (i(������bnr in tunl < r imibtr  h h'*,    iiii    ltrth   1 c i   t*> tree   1   th do^n ami  ti ulii \\ mI lm b i.s a id Inniltr ind pro  diiclnir and rnamifactiniii^ therefrom all lnnds of  lumber, .yhiniu'k'ji .ind board.s, and fill other mer  tb mtii'(. prf ducts pf tl forL**t in 1 toih<"^ cud  to pui h~* t Ifi4- md uqiiin uid ii i scjipni  itt mu e   t j tike   JirU   con\t\    u d di p( st of  nen i uid tiinb r rtt>* urod liri 1 it linni er  tiuiRT bcrtiis, timber Innita, timber licences,  r .Jita or jn mts lid tu h t ther n il i.st Uj r f per  sin lpiojuiii as ii lit lI(tLs^lI fir tin. pur  po t f its c it. iiu/i t ion ml to con trntttLit.L  iiMJiitnin any and all sucli waterwavH. roads,  1 ri Ij-p boi s r f di i<- boom* 1 tut Imns  mi liintix indot    r if]iliidc*s i-i in i\ lie iiLCtb  lr^ n*- c untl itit tn the ccndii in I in in if,t  m it f i ' 11 i ii <, nnd t������t- ri isp ltitiniof  the pr-Klucts uitJiilioned. feb-lOSOd  .^���������'NOTICE.   ���������  Notice is kcreby given lliafc HO days after date I  intend to apply Lo the Uhief L'oitniiiissioner of  "���������Laiidsiind' Works"for-a special license to cut and  carry away: timber from tho following described  lniubj in Lillooet district, IS.'C..:  '���������"i. Coninieiieinf; at apost marked "T. <\ Douglas's scutli west, corner post." planted at about a  mile north eatti ef 'J'um Turn; lake, thunee nurth 40  chains, theneo east 100 chains, thence .south -40  chains, theneo west ICO chains to the point of  coinmeiiueiuent. -   .-"���������'".*'  2. Commencing at a post, marked "T- C. Dottg-  las's north east corner post," planted at about a  milcwest from 'i'um-'J'uiu lake, tlience south 1(K������  .chains,, theuce west*4U chains, thenee', north 1U0  "chains, theneo .east -10 "chains to the point of com-,  .mencementv.-i-;.'-'*.";." yiJ.'AjjjJJ,J-:Ajj:.:'A ':v.���������'"���������*.  JS. ; Conimeneiiig at a post marked "T. C Douglas's south east corner post," planted at about one  mile west from 'Tuin Turn lake,; thenou north'300  chains, theneo' west 40 ehains, thence south lup  .chains, tlience* east40;chains. to the point of com-.  ���������nieiicenient.V:-;,:*.;������������������: :- J;'- ':-:'''j}yJ:...���������������������������"��������� J.a ?J:-y'..'c-iiJ. '  4." '��������� Cbiuincncing at' a: postmarked >'T. C.J Douglas's north east corner post,',' .planted*on.the,west*'  bank bfTiim 1'uiii lake about two,miles up from  the foot of the.lake, tlieiiee north SO chains, tlience  -wesfrSO chains," thence aouth SU chains, thence east.  SO chains to the point nf'.'commencement}. J :; ^'V/  '"��������� i 5..!.-Com~rtehc:ug at a posfc.iiiariced "T. C'Doug-'  3asjs_'j?mi U i_,'-'iVir.^ (i-.S!)rU?.r i ���������.liPJ?V^l,'lH^*^'''a^'.,V,0,lfc'  ary: of r. 'J'."*A. * VaTiiTiel-'s "r iim It,* tlienceinortivico  chains, theiicC east* '10'. chains,-.theneo south 100  chains, thence west 40 ehains to. the pohit of;,coiii-  'mencement.; '���������":':, -���������-.;;* '['������������������''_ J',y ;./_'��������� .':���������_. t*.;-..-: ;.'.: JS ��������� ,yj  ��������� Ci. (Commencing at a post riiarkocl,(,JVC. -Doug-'  las's "north" east corner post," planted about half a:  "mile'north froiu'the:headof Turn 'J.'u'ni lake,;thence  soiith SO chains,_theuce west .'SO chains, 'theuce.  north HU chains, thence cast SO chains to thepoint  of eoinmeneetnent/- '.'"^ * ������������������*     ������������������:.���������:J JSJJ..; j-SJ    . 7  7^'"Commencing at a post"marked "'P. C; Douglas's south cast corner post," planted, about half-a  mile north of the-.head of Turn Tuin-lako. thonce  north SO'chains,*.thence west SO chains, thence  soutii SO" chaius, theneo cast SO chains tothe point1  of commencement.. .'. .-; ;..* ; t .. ���������"   ' ���������*: ���������.-? .  S,.;- Commencing at a post'marked .'.'X-.C.-Douglas's south west corner post," planted on the east  side of Turn -Turn lake about one mile north from',  the foot of the. lake, thence cast 40 chains, thence l  north' 300-chains,. thencij  west--10 chains, thciice  south 100 chains to tbo point of commencement.".';  9, - Commencing ut a post marked ",'1.'.' C. Douglas's: south west .corner post," 'planted, on. -the  south bank of Cedar creek.; about one-half liiilo  east from' K hi basket creek, thence north -10 ciiains,  thence east IGO chains, thence soulli 40 chains,  thencewest 1C0 chains, to the point uf commencement. ; ,   ; ' ,, 'J'SJ  ..   ; ,:. *.''"'*.".'." '*'' '-.a :  10. .Commencing at a* post marked '"J1: C. Douglas's north west corner post," planted on tlte east  side of Kinbasket creek ��������� about" three niiles above-  'J'um T.iim lake, tlience south !100 chains,* thence  east 40 chains, tlience north 1G0 chains, thence''  west 40 chains to the point of comnieucenient.���������-L-:-:-'  . 11. Comtnciicing at a post innrked i'T. C. Douglas's south westcorner ���������mist," planted on tiie east  bank of Kinb.if.ket ereek, aboutthroe utiles abovu'  Turn Turn hike, thence north SO chains, tlience  east SOchaius, thence -south 'SOchains, thence  west ������0"chain's to point of commencement.  12. Commencing ata po������t marked "T. C. Douglas's north east corner poat," planted on tho west  bank.of Kinbaakct creek abont three miles above  Turn 'J'um laki-, tlu*iice south E0 chains.thence  west_80clioiii,vt,heticej_iortji_^0 chaiiis, jheiice^easti  "SO'chahiifio tiiu point (iTTftnhi:"e:iie'eiiTQiitr~~"'~���������~~^i  33. Commencing at-a post marked '^T, C. Doug*  Ins's south cast corner post," planted'on''tlhrcnst  bank of Kinlmskut creek, about three niiles above  Tuin 'J'um lake, thencu north 80 chains, jJiuuh*  we^tSO chains, tliiMico south ������tt chains, theuce cast  SO chains to the point of commencement.  14. Commencingat a post iiiarked "T. C.Doug.  lus's north cast ctiint-r poist," planted on the wct*L'  bankof Kinbasket creek, about tlve miles abovu  Tuin Tum lake, thence lumth'SO chains, theneo  Ably furnished with the  Choicest ' the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Lipfhl: tadrooms.  Rates ?i a day.  Monthly Rale.  J. Albert Stone. ��������� Prop.  ���������art J  KKVKI.STOKK,  THE  PEOPLE'S  FURNITURE STORE  n. c.  FOR   SALS  ���������At a Bargain If  Soitl  This   Month���������  ONE RESIDENCE  Iii. Central ���������'Part  of lhe City, and  Ono  Lot 50 x 100.  A GOOD RANCHE  So. Acres, close to town, 35 acies of  whicli can be easily i-lcnrcd. Suitable for  II i\ uul Mixed Kanuin:;*. Ap[)lv for  particulars at HERALD Oflice.  I*, inisiirpassoil fos- :*JI domestic purposes. It is ckviii,  lniins to ;i line jisIi, 110 \vnsfi>.  "S 011 cjih iisa it in your wood  I 1111101' cook stove.witb snlis-  i lotion. It is mucli ciienpui-  th 111 wood. Trv ;i too niul be  convinced. PaiOliS ON AP-  PJUOAI'lON.  J. 0. Hutchison,  flgent  FIRST  CLASS  $2   PER  BAY t!0'JSE  Choice Brands of/Wtneo, Liquors  anci Cisars.  ;J.* LA:USiIT������^:Prop.:I;itr;:|  Firsl-lass    Livery and l'ccci Stables, Saddle Horses.  Single and  Double Rigs   for   I lire   on   Reasonable  Neat.  SLSa  ^@S!  VIC 1  One of ilie best aind  commodious hotels in the  City ���������  Free Bus meets all trains  Hourly Street Car.  Fare *0 Cents.  W. M. Brown,    Prop.  Front Street  COIEAPLIX  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.     Travclle  Fish. Creek will find excellent accommodation at  .   Hotel.  ���������s to  this  CHIEF   YOUNG,  Proprietor  .gasaasaa^a-fjss  THE LEVELS'  "OKE WINE Ss. SPIRIT CO.  i.i.miti:d.  I7������Il'OlVrRES. AND  Vv'HOLESALE  DEALERS.  farsufacitirers   of Aerateci .Waters  ".yt.>-oiiA'i.v:i;<iii:;o  :;;s;::s?:������5*asH;;s;xs'K;s������iiSHSrSSi������i  \01ICI  N^lkc lshf**rcl>v clven thr.t thlrlv tiny* utter  ellti i������ tnui'.lt ti I ri 11 K J J ti|-ll li lm irt  n> ������iii,ly lo iliiM.'hit'l Coininlysfuncr of I.iuiils  nml Works fur a *iiet*lnl license lo cut niul  rnrry nuiiv timber iruni llic following ilcsciib-  ������<l limits in l.illooel dislrict, )'.. C  ComnH^ncinjr al a pr.*t ]ilar.it*d on tlie en*..  Imnl; ot Vp:**ir AVinins liver, tttwint ;*0 niilus  (rum Ihe !n;������d of Ailams lnlcc and lnnrfctMl 'R.  T. hiiuli>irs soutli west cornor post," iliei.ee  norlli !M1 elmtr.s lltentc enst Ki chainp, ihenre  .south to chaii,.*. Ihence wc&t SO chainijlo lhe  |M)lnt of. ccmimeneemeiit.  Dated this4th March, 1003.  inch 9  j. r. >:cGolde:cx.  wc.sfcfO elialn*; flu-neo lu.i'lli fiochnlim, llie'iice ejist  ltl chains to Die point of commencement.  1.1. Coimii'oii'iinii utap.mt in.irkt'il "'I'. (". Dotiji-  lan'stiouihenut cnrncr po.st," planted on the went,  bank of KinbMHkct creel;, ahout live inileH ahove  ���������I'iiiu *'1'uin luho, Ihence north tu cliaiiH, thence  wc-tgo cha hit', tlience hoiiUi SO cha iim, Ihence eiixl  SO chains to the pointof cunimciicimont.  1(1. Couniiencinir at a po.-'liniii-kcil "T, C. Puuft.  las'M .soulh-wutiteolufi- pn.il," planleil nil the west  haul; of Kiuhiisket creek, nhotil five miles ahove  Tlllil 'I'lim lake, thence north 80 chaitot, tlience  e.'isl Fl)' chains, llienco hoiiUi SO chains, Ihence  west 80 eliaiiiri to the point of eoninienventeut.  17. Conuuencin/t al a post inai-lced "'.I'. C. Doiif;-  lns'ri Roulh east corner pel," planted one mile  ivest from Two Mile I'liiul. on Tuin Tum lo.ke,  tiieuee north 1(10 ehains, liienee west *I0 chain.s,  thence south 100 chains, tlience cunt -10 chains to  the pointof commencement.     *  : IS. Commencing at a post, marked "'I'. C Douglas's north west corner poyl," plnnted on the east  .side of Adams river, ahout ono mile belowTuni  Turn lake, tlieiiee south Ni'l ciiains, thonce eai-t*IO  chains, thence nnr:.h 100 chains, thence west**IO  chains to the point of comiiieneeinciit.  10. Conuueuciii^ at a post marked "T. c. *l3oitf>.  la.s's nortii west corner post," planted on the  nortli side of .Mammoth creek, Iheuce boiiIIi*J0  chains, thence east. JliO chains, llicucu north 40  chains, thenee we.Ht 100 eliains to the point of  commencement. . ���������-  '   .  20. (JommeiieiiiR ata post nuirknd "T. o. Douglas's stiulli west comer post." planted on the north  side of .Maunuolh creek, tiieuee. north 40 chaius,  ihence oaRt 100 eliains, thence soutii <10 chains,  tlience west 1G0 ehuins to tlio point of eomuieuee*  ment.  ' Dated 1st Fubniar'y, IB05.  feli-23 T. C. DOUOI.AS.  U. S. Xtivy V.'lfd,  Washington, D. C,  Nov. -Jlivd, 1!K)I.  Sju ���������Tn complituici' with Mimiati of  K<liii]munt lflitsr Ko. J!)0J%), of IIk."  _3.ot.-li_ iiltiii_io.'.r li.-ivti thu hoiior to re-  poil fni lIio"inloTn7atK^rnTiTUHj~I>riT*cT!uT  11 mi'Is o1' aiiiilyei.s-jci'tioial of (.Iio sain-  pli ol toitl I'oi'waiilod thciuwilh, also  its liability lo spontanooiis ignitiuii,'as  follows  OoiniiKii'ciii-l 'inline, of coai���������Siiiokc'-  k*s si ini-antlii'.'icitc.  Sniiipk   i'liiiiislicil Iiy���������Canadian .'Pa-,  cifio Knhvay (..'oinpany.  J ot ition of mini's��������� liiinfT. Alia.  I'i 1 n lit. flxuil chti.���������S(i.2().  Pu (( nt. coml>. vol.. nwittci.���������S.20.  Pi'i: cent, non-coiiib; vol.   inaltor���������0.  I'll <int. of moisture���������O.S',1.  I'i 1 ci lit. ash��������� 1.7*1.  J'ci cent, sulphur���������0.!2.  Jiespuctfully. -���������-  (ti gnod)  .12. V..Pi'iidltilon. I  Captain (7. H. N.  Supt. Naval Gun Factory.  Tlic Commaiitlanl, '  Wusl iin jftoir'Niivy'Yard.  in  you piace your Order for a Fall Suit.  We also carrv the Best Lines of Worsteds and Serges  the market.    PRICE   RIGHT !  Latest Stvlcs and  Fit Guaranteed.  WE USE THE UNION LABEL.     ���������  5k  If  Ti  ���������Jt  ai  ss  *K������  I   G. A.  SCOTT,  Mackenzie Avenue %  ���������#  AAA^vv^>^A<^A^v^l*^/^������^AAlV^^^  " HOMES-FURNISHED -ON-MONTHLY-PAYMENTS  Ji  0  Another  Carload   of  Furniture just arriVed.  Carpets,   Linoleums,  Oilcloths, etc.  Sewing Machines.  Hcintzrmn Pianos*  j R.KOWSOM '.& CO., FURNITURE DEALERS, EMBALMERS  VVVV*V*V>A*VVS^VVVA^/^A^S^>/VS^  NOTICii!. *'*'���������".  Kollce fs. hereby ill vnn tlint 00'dnys nfter  ���������Intel Intend to I'.ld.'y I" tlio Ohluf Commls*  Muiier nf r.niKls tuul tVnrkH lor pi'mii'slon In  ruirribftxb Un'. fulliiwIiiR diiNiTlbud liindnlii lhe  Ulsirlvtof WiikI Kootenny:       ��������������������������� .  (jiuiiniciH:!!!^ nt h ln.Ht plnnlcd on the Pnst  nidi; of tliu Arrowlicnil llmno'li nbout ty, iniles  wed of Arrowhend station, and ninrked "tl  S. Mn.'nrloi'n snnih west i*nriier i.ost," thence  easl *W eliniiii, liienee ii'irlh -IH cbniiiH. thenee  wrst to ehniiiK. thenee south 4U chains to point  of eomnviii'i'inent.  llutcd 2:Jrddny of Jununry, 19P5,  O. S. JkO.VUTEa.  V. McCarty, Agt. Revelstoke  Jas. 1/ Woodrow  ER  Retail Denier in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season....  Cornor Douglas  Kln12.S1re.olB  All ordcrF promptly filled.  EBYBM$0KB,B,S.  For Sale  A HOUSK���������Price" $2,750. In heart  of city. Can be bought on easy terms.  Apply Hhicald Office. j  AAll^A������^AlVv������/vv<^y������/*>A*^^  Yes, that reminds mc that I did not send  that order of Printing I was intending" to. Now  here 1 am out of Bill Heads, Letter Heads and  in fact everything. It would not look businesslike forme to write my letters on Wrapping Paper.  MOTTO:    Never let your Stationery run out."  ���������'���������:'~:-     ���������' :':'V  P TO DATE PRINTING 1!  At Moderate Prices.  I  jl  HI  '^- tl-  i-  *^*^*fe*^'*^^^^%^^^\k^Afe.#fe,<  20 Per Cent.  Discount  C$Mc  Twenty  Per  Cent.   Discount on   All   Goods   Purchased   for Cash Throughout Our  Entire Stock, Consisting of This Spring's Importations.  11 mini miiiMiMiimiimi himiiih ii hii  FRIDAY AND SATU  Two  Days  Only  March  24th and 25  Two  Days  Only  Comprising   Dress  Goods,  General  Dry Goods,   Gloves, Hosiery,  Men's  and  Boys'  Furnishings, Ready Made Clothing, Boots and Shoes  t   -1 ���������  WEDNESDAY,   MARCH   29,   OUR SPRING  WILL    TAKE   PLACE   WHICH   WILL   REMAIN   OPEN   UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE.  INVITED TO CALL AND SEE THIS SEASON'S DISPLAY OF HATS  YOU   ARE  WRITE FOB SAMPLES  WRITE   FOR   SAMPLES  Spots  Stains  AND  Are made   by so  many  different agents.  WE  HAVE A  CLEANER   ���������  which   is   excellent  for *���������  taking out any of these '*  spots.    U is   put'up   in -*  25c. Botftbs and easy to  use.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO., Ltd  t*aaa******************  ������  *  ,*  ���������*  ���������a  ���������a  am  Birth  m.  ISS>i  ves  Moscrop���������Ac Revelstoke, B.'- C,', 010  March llth, to-Mr. and Mis. E.  Moscrop, a daughter. ;  j LOCALISMS  E.-'Carrutliers, of Kelowii.a,','spent.  yesterday*-in the ;city. renewing' old'  acquaintances.  ���������'-.  Mr. A. E. Phipps, of the Imperial  Bank, went south this morning-1 en!  route to Cranbrook.     :  The Harold Nelson company are  here and will piesent Richelieu tonight afc tha Opera House. ,r.  Mrs. R. S. Teague left by So. 2  Monday morning for Ottawa on a U:w  months' visit to her parents.  .Chief Young, of. Comaplix, came .iu  Tuesday on a business visit tS tlie citjT  returning home this morning.  Mr. R. L- Somes, of Port Huron,  arrived in the citv last week on a visic  to his brother 'Fred, C. P. R. yard  foreman.  " There is a large staff of men at ivork  'on the cut across the river and work  'is being pushed rapidly forward before  high water.  V Mr. H. S. Cayley. Mrs. Cayley nnd  son, went down to Kamloops on 'lues-  day evening and returned home this  morning.  Alexander Begg, historian and well  known promoter of the Crofter scheme  formerly of Victoria, died on March  2Uth in is'ew Vork.  \ partv of flftv Manitoba farmers  went through on No. 1 last night en  route to the Oknnagan valley, to look  up locations for settlement.  The Ladies' Hospital Guild will hold  their regular monthly meeting at the  city ball on Tuesday next, at 3 p. in.  .When a full attendance  is  requested.  Foreman McCiiskill left on Tuesday  morning for McCullough Creek with a  gang of men to commence work on  the Revelstoke and McCullough Creek  hydraulic piacer property.  4. "Shylock Social" will be held at  the Manse on April 3rd in aid of the  Presbyterian church. Admission will  lie 25 cents, and a pleasant evening is  assured to all who attend.  Wrestler Dan McLeod failed to fulfil his contract at the Savoy last night  (Thursday), as Chris Pearson, his  opponent, staved fifteen minutes and  won the S50 offered by the management.���������Victoria Colonist.  The Herald has received a hand-  ' some picture from the Ogilvie Flour  Milling Co. It is a repioduction from  a specially designed oil, painting, and  possesses quite an intrinsic value apart  from its usefulness as an advertising  juedium,  "*  ll your name is not on the voters'  list before the 27 instant, you will be  too late, us lhat is the last day for  registration.' ���������������  Mrs. Win. Miller, mother of.Mrs.  H. J. Bourne and Mr. Al. Miller, came  in on Tuesday evening from Wetaski-  win on a-visit.  Tlie city council have decided to  insure tbe firemen while on duty in  $1,000 iii case of death, and S10 per  week in 'case of disablement.  Alex*.     Mofil'OKOl*,'   C.     I>.    li.    hri<l(;o  foreman will build a handsome residence on bis lot on Second street west.  D. McCarthy has the contract.  Mr. Thomas A. Ro lger. Synodieal  Evangelist, will he in Revelstoke fir  the 1st Sunday of Apiil and will conduct a series "of tervices in St. An-  drjiv's church.  The billiard handicap at the Revelstoke Club was won last week by V.  Wells, who defeated A. V. Anderson,  T. B. Bakers proxy. Another tuiu-  iiiiment is being arranged.  Miss Stougbton, professional nurse,  has arrived in town and is at present  staying at the Central Hotel, until she  can; find rooms suited toher when she  intends practising*here.  J. A. Darragh returned on Monday  from a business trip to Spokane, and  left again Tuesday morning for Camborne to attend to some business  interests in the Fish River camp.  Footballers ond all interested in this  manly game, will please remember  the meeting at the council room tomorrow, (Friday) evening at 7.30 p.m.  sharp, for the purpose of organization.  A petition, lo be addressed to the  R-iihvay Commissioners at Ottawa, i.s  rgoin"(jTiroundithe=---city���������for��������� the--siguar_  tures of all who protest against the  building of the new station on the  north side of the track on the grounds  of danger and delay at  the crossings.  In reply to enquiries at the C. P. R.  surveyors department the Hkhat-d  was informed that the survey now  being made in the station yards is for  the purpose of deterrnining'the course,  of the decks. Thn marshy ground  e;ist of the station will be filled in and  the present curve in the track will be  straightened out.  Lord Roberts, who is coming to  Canada on a visit this year, will be in  New Westminster during fair week  and with the Governor General will  assist at the opening of the  Dominion Exhibition in that city.  Mr. Chas. F. Lindmark, representing  the interior lumbermen, returned  yesterday morning from A'ictori.i,  having succeeded in inducing the  government to give better titles to  lease holders in lhe province. ln  future the government, will grant,  sixteen year leases in licu^of^annual  licenses.        *���������  Tn a conversation with R- H. Rogers,  the employment agent, a. JIiskald  representative was informed that  there will undoubtedly lie a large  influx of immigrants, lo B. C. from tb,e  old country this season: word to that  elfect having been sent to Mr. Rogers  from paities in the east who are in the  know.  At a special meeting of the city  council on Mondav last a by-law to  borrow $lj,000 tor electric light improvements was introduced and .read  a third time. Tlie ratepayers will be  asked to vote upon it on April 5th  between the hours of 8 a.m. and I p.m.'  A copy of the by-law will lie found in  another column. -  Dr. Sutherland, of Revelstoke. made  a quick tiip to the city on Monday,  sftys the 'Vernon- News. A telegram,  Monday afternoon, called him to assitt  in an operation for apendicitis. and he  took the train to Salmon Arm and  thence drove to Vernon, arriving in  time to perform the operation at half-  past seven Tuesday morning.  M. J. O'Brien, of Revelstoke, came  in on Tuesday leaving yesteiday for a  short trip t.o'Kelown'a and Penticton.  Mr.   O'Brien  is   arranging to  form a  "cornpany'-co^operate-a^large^brewing.  and malting establishment inthe city,  i and is meeting with great success in  carrying out his plans. At present no  malt is made in British Columbia, and  there seems a good opening for such  an industry to supply the coast breweries, which now have to import from  the east. The company will be capitalized iit $50,000. in shares of ������100  each. The plans for the new brewery-  will he modelled from those of the  Vilter Manufacturing Co., Milwaukee,  Wis., one of the largest and most  complete and up-to-date in tbe United  States. Its capacity will be .7000 to  10,000 bbls. per year.--Vernon News.  YOUR SYSTEM  NEEDS A  CLEANING   OUT  In the Spring of the  year yoursystem should  be given a thorough  cleaning out.  THK BEST  SARSAPARILLA  cleans out and sweetens  the entire system and  purifies and increases  the supply of rich blood  ���������asplendid appetizing  tonic. One dollar per  * bottle.  Walter  Bews,   Phm. B.  DltUOGlST ANU STATIONKR.  *2TNcxt to the Hume Block  Card of Thanks.  To thank personally or by letter  over 100 persons to whom one is indebted, is an' undertaking of such  magnitude as ,to be with difficulty  accomplished.  Feeling therefore, that some token'  of my gratitude i.s due to those men,  all contributors to the Revelstoke  Hospital,jwho, were recently instrumental in getting up, with great  trouble and no litllo expense, a largely  signed petition, praying for rny retention on the hospital staff, I take this  opportunity of publicly thanking them  for the efforts they put forth to assist  ine. That the petition did not accomplish ils object, does not lesson  the significance of that document, nor  the good intentions of those who  signed it. Nor does it affect in the  slightest degree my appreciation of  the confidence and goodwill which  actuated the men to take up the pen  oh my behalf.  GEO. CHfPPERFrED, M. D.  Card of Thanks  The relatives of the late If. .1.  Bourne beg to tender (heir heartfelt  thanks to the many friends and lodges  who ho kindly sunt wreaths and" in  other ways expressed their sympathy  With thcm in they- bereavement,   . .  Business Locals.  Smoke Brown's Union  Cigar.  ���������A new lot of Carpets and Linoleums  just awdved at C. B. Hume fc Co.  A nice line of Electric fixtures just  in, call and see them at Moscrop Bros.  ���������Always look for the latest books at  the Canada Drug & Book Stoic.  Sweet'Pickles by tbe quart, at C. B.  Hume & Co's.  Smoke Brown's  " ftiarca  Vuelta "Cigar.  , T~i:Ki.trIxx.   j ately,* apply.at Herald Office.  Another. Car of Ashcroft Potatoes  at C. B.'Hume & Co's.  Call 'in on Friday and soo onr table  of Bargain plates, at C. B. lliune'&Co.  Dairv Butter in lib. prints and in  Tubs, .'it C. B. Hume fc Co's.  Smoke Brown's "Special"  Cigar.  WANTED���������-A  Coat and Vest Maker,  apply to-.T.  H.   Macpheson,  Kamloops. m2J  The   Rathbone  Sisters  will  givo a  bait on Easter Monday inSelkirk Hall.  Announcement Later.  ���������Condition  Powders for horses and  cattle,   fresh -and    strong.     Canada  Drug & Book Co.  Calico Ball, Mav 1st, under auspices  of Ladies' Auxiliary to B. of It. T.  Watch for particulars.  Bicycles repaired and cleaned at XV.  Smythe's, next Dr. McLean's house,  full stock of tires, all kinds Dunlop  and M. and XV.  The Ladies Auxiliary to B. of It. T.  are arranging to hold a Calico Ball on  May 1st. Particulars will be given  later. td  Ring up Telephone So. 0 or call on  Moscrop Bros, for Plumbing, Heating.  Tinshiithi ng^aiid^-Kleett'ic ���������wiring.  Repairs receive prompt attention.  ���������TO RENT���������Office and Dental Parlors over Bews' Drug store, next  Hume Block, apply to H. Longhead.  Revelstoke, B.' C.  Bicycle fittings, wheels repaired,  foil si rick of saddles, tires, rims and  bicycle lamps. Agent for the famous  Cleveland wheel $05.00, Rambler 2nd  grade 345.00.  WANTED���������A situation  by a  I).   K.  Book Keeper,   has   bail   Liti   yc.ir-,  experience in general store  ami   six  vears in srtw mill.    Addrcs**, .1. C. T.  Box 01. Kamloops.  -^Books for Machinists:���������-Locomotive  Up-to-Date  MeShane,  $:5.f>0; iCii-iiien-  tary Mechanics, by Dana,   S1.7">;   1-jlf-  mentary Mechanics, by Wood,  is!I..TO;  Locomotive    Engin'e     Running    and  Management, by Sinclair, $3.00; Hoiler  makers' Assistant, by Coiirtncv, Iii':.;  all to be found at the Canada  Drug fc  Book Store.  Salvation Army.  A big time is expected at the Salvation Ar.ny Barracks, 'Saturday. Sunday and -Monday, March 2.1, 20, and  27. Staff Oupt. Cass, Chancellor for  the Pacific Province (comprising liril-  ish Columbia, Montana, and part nf  Washington arid Idaho,) wiil i (induct,  special services assisted by Lit-ul,. McMillan from Hpokane. On Alonday  evening the 27th at S o'clock a magnificent reproduction by moving pictures  of the great, International Congress  will begiven showing tens of thousands of Salvationists of all nations in  tlieir native costumes. General Month  and leading ollieers. Tbe opportunity,  for seeing this may never come your  way again, and you will surely miss a  big treat if you do not como. Admission 25 cents, children under 12 years  of age 15 cents.    Everybody come.  Mining.  Mr. E. A. Bradley left on Monday  morning for the Big Bend. At Fiench  Creek, he will lmjk over the. work of  the Maishell Shelling ��������� Co., and put  in motion tbe preliminaries necessary  before turning on the water, as early  in the ��������� season as possible. * to. the  hydraulic ground recently purchased  by the American Mining Co., of  Indiana.   *" Purse Lost.  pmso was lost on the streets by a  little girl. The purse contained about  S)c. in c.'isb. A reward of $1.50 will  lie paid for the return ot' the purse  and contents. Finder apply at the  HisiiAtn office.  a*  o  *  ������  9  e  *  *  a  a  a  *  *  o  *  *  *  *  *-  *  a  ���������*a������***9*a****a***aaaa**  OPERA HOUSE j  TWO   NIGHTS'   ,  ItttlUUN ENGAGEMENT *  OLD    !  AND HIS COMPANY  Thursday, March 23  Biihver Lytton's Famous Dranin.  " RICHELIEU "  FR!DAY,-MARGH-24th  'J ho Great Drama nf the Preneh  Revolution  "PAUL KAUVAR"  plan nt  tho   Cnnniln.  Drug  &   Hook  Co.'a Store.  PRICES  $1   75c.  50c.  *������****************aaaaaaa  "Richclictl"  at Opera House  To-night.  Revelstoke  OPERA HOUSE  COMMENCING  MONDAY MARCH 27TH  The Premier Dramatic  Co.  of tin:  I'acilic Coast.  Russel Davis  COMPANY  /Vi'senling a   New   anil   Up-to-  Date Repertoire of Comedies  and  Dramas  Six    Hif?   Vaudeville     Acls���������  Two  flours in One.  Opening Play tlie tfreat Rural  Comedy from lhc pen of Lawrence Russel  THE   PUNKIN   HUSKER  Reserved Seats  on  Sale   al  the  Canada Drug* & Rook Store  PRICES, 25c. 50c. 75C  **���������***���������*���������������������������*���������*a*������aaa***  *  *  *  *  *  aaa  !**���������***������******** 9 0*9***9** **************************  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  m  m  *>  m  m  m  a  a  Read what BLANCHE PEERING the famous  American Pianist says of the " Nordheimer " Piano.  Ui:vi;i.sTOKK Insurance Agency  Revelstoke, B. C.  GENTLEMEN:  The Nordheimer Piano, wliieli I had the pleasure of using1  dtiriiiff the "Columbian Ladies' Trio" Concert in your City, gave mis  the greatest satisfaction. Ils lone is clear and brilliant and of- a.  thoroughly musical quality; Willi ils great volume and purity of tone  and an easy, elastic touch, il admirably adapts itself for the work,  power and expression. .  Yours truly,  lll.AXCUU Dekrino.  Revelstoke, March 7th, 1905.  Wc have thc identical instrument used by Miss  Deering which can bc had on easy terms of payment.  Call and sec and hear the fine instruments now on  exhibition.  REVELSTOKE    INSURANCE   AGENCY  LOANS  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE  ���������  ** . I]  1    ,  1    'i  !' ll  .tmm  PER CENT.  PER CENT.  ON ALL CASH PURCHASES  Of Hats and Caps, Gloves,. Mitts, Shirts, Blankets, Underwear,  MacUinaws,'Clothing, and all Furnishings, Men's, Women's and  Children's Rubbers and Hoots.  Have removed from my old quarters, near Depot, lo Fretz' building  First Slreel, West.  .. J. Bourne. First Street  ���������������a<M  -,LVr  jV*V*'yWVW*>A*A*\\V*'VWV*<*-^^  LOANS i\.   '" ��������� * .     V. "������������������ NOTARIES  gfflSH&LD & FIELD  . H_\inr.  SALE  IN ALL  PARTS OF THE CITY  COMOX COAL  INSURANCE  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������<��������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������  o ' " ���������  ���������n  <���������  o  .0  ���������  Spring  Glothing  WE WOULD LIKE TO SHOW YOU SOME OF  OUR NEW LINES OF SPRING CLOTHING.  THEY ARE SWELL.  o  <���������  New Boots  and Shoes  Wo Have One of the Most Up-to-Date  Lines of Shoes Ever Shown In the City.  Before Buying Elsewhere, Dont Forget to  Come Around and See Us.     ^  Hats, Gaps, Shirts, Collars, Ties ;:  EVERYTHING  NEW.  % J. G.  THE. UPrTQ-DATE CLOTHIER.  1.  J  ���������:<..  ���������o  ������������������<���������  ..*<���������  ���������*<>'  :.+^+i*J������jlA!*J*.*>Jk>^


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