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Vol. 12,-No. 75
REVELSTOKE. B. C. .MAY 12, 190(1
FINE WRITING PAPERS
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NEW   BOOKS
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BEWS' DRUG STORE
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$2.50 Per Year
LIMITED,
DEPARTMENT STORE.
OUR   TABLE DELICACIES
At Ihls Season of Ihe year you will appreciate Ibis list of
TABLE DKLICACIHN The market is destitute of Fresh Fruit and
Vegetables and you will be able to keep something nice and Insl v
on the table by watching our offerings I—
Crosse k Blackwell's Jams of all kinds in Glass Jars
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Crosse & Blackwell's Jellies nf all kinds in Glass Jars
Crosse & Blackwell's Fig and Ginger Marmalade in Glass Jars
Robertson's Pineapple Marmalades in Glass Jars
Crosse & Blackwell's Jams, all kinds.. in 4 Ib. and 7 Ib. tins
Crosse A Blackwell's Marmalade in 4 lb, and 7 Ib. tins
Keillor's Marmalade in 4 lb, and 7 lb. tins
Climax Jams of all kinds in 5 Ib. Pails
Climax Jellies ol all kinds in 5 lb. Pails
California Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Plums in 2J lb. tins
Rajah Brand of Sliced, Grated and Whole Pineapple iu tins
Tartar Brand ol Peaches, Pears, Raspberries, Strawberries
and Plums in 21b. tins
Usher's Brand ot all kinds of Fruit and Vegetables ..21b. tins
Pie Fruits put up in Gallon Tins—fresh in.
SHOES
Our New Spring stock of
DRESS SHOES
WEARING SHOES
SPORTING SHOES
TENNIS SHOES
Are Here for You.  Come
Here and See Them,
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY-SECOND FLOOR.
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Rovelstoko.
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Lawn Mowers
Agate Wall Finish
Wheelbarrows
Rakes
Estimates on Plumbing Work
Netting for Poultry Yards
Cutlery
Electric Supplies
Hammocks
Assorted House Paints
Racquets
Dynamite
Water Hose
Ammunition
Refrigerators
Enamelled Graniteware
Cheap and
Out of Sight.
PLACER MINES
IN CARIBOO
T. Graham, Formerly ol Revelstoke, and Partner Purchase the Luce Placer Mine.
From Our Own Correspondent.
Bullion, B. C, May 1.—The Luce
placer mine on Little Snowsboe Creek
hat been purchased by Messrs. V.
Minisci and T. Graham, ditch superintendent and accountant respectively
lor The Guggenheim Exploration Co.,
here. This is one ol the highest hydraulic mines in the province, being
about five thousand leet above sea
level, and iB equipped with monitor,
pipe, ditches, etc. A crew ol seven
men li now employed on the property
and a good clean-up is anticipated.
Mr. Killeen, late Government Superintendent of Roads for B. C„ has
been engaged by Mr, J. B. Hobson to
» lay out and supervise the construction
of the wagon roads being built by the
Guggenheim Exploration Co. to the
various hydraulic mines owned by
in Cariboo,
ALBERTCANYON
from our own CorrcHpnmlent.
Chas. Vinette, of the Windsor hotel,
has left Illecillewaet, and intends
going to the coast shortly. George
Stevenson, who has been travelling
along this division for C. D. Morris,
of Rogers Pass, lor the last few years,
will take the management. "George"
as he is always called, will have the
best wishes of everyone lor success in
his new enterprise.
Hunting and fishing are excellent.
Bears, goat and carribou are seen Irom
the track. Bear were seen from the
station on a slide lately.
T. Peller has another kiln of lime
almost ready lor shipment.
Mr. Gosling, our missionary, has
returned to take charge ol the mission
field. He has taken up his residence
here.
Don't forget when ordering extracts
°' any flavor to ask lor Seely's put up
expressly lor C. B. Hume A Co.
THE TRAIN
ROBBERY
Done by Same Gang as Held
Up C, P. R. Train at Mission
—Bill Miner, the Notorious
Robber at Head of Gang -
Bloodhounds on the Track-
Robbers Corralled and Their
Capture Seems Certain.
Great excitement prevailed at Kuni-
Ioii-ib Wednesday us soon ns it bcciniie
known the C. P. li. Express Train had
been held up within a lew miles ol the
city. Nearly every mnn who could
ride a horse or handle a gun volunteered his services Within an hour
of the robbery being reported at Kamloops Tuesday night Sherriff Wood,
Provincial Constable Pearce, and
Mounted Constable Fcrnie had their
arrangements plnnnid and expert
Indian trackers were engaged and
started for the scene ol the robbery.
Supt. Kilpatrick and Trainmaster
Klson started out Irom Ilevelstoke by
train aud engaged in the bunt.
The scene of the hold-up was near
Campbell Creek, ten miles east of
Kamloops. Two ol the robbers boarded the train at Ducks, climbed over
tbe tender, presented revolvers at the
head of Joe Callin, the enginee , and
instructed him to stop at the next
mile-board. The leader assured him
that il he did as be was told no one
would be hurt. Joe "did," the engine
pulled up and the mail cur was cut oil'
by direction ol the robbers. While
all this was being done Conductor
Elliott appeared and asked "Has the
bos,, burst?" The lender ol the gnri-u
replied "This is no low-burst,
it's a hold-up.
Put your bead in or I'll blow it oil'."
Realising the situation tbe conduct
or looked after his passengers, while
tbe mail car was uncoupled. Callin
bad evidently passed the point In
tended by the robbers lor the lirsl
part o! their operations, as Elliott saw
a man running along with the train
and carrying a sack, but did not realise he was one of tbe gang at thc
time. However this man joined tin-
other two and tbey then compelled
the engineer to run the engine nnd
car another mile west. The men were
masked, but tbe mask on the face ol
the leader dropped down aud the lire
man was able to give an accurate description of him,
On the engine being stopped the
thieves directed their attention to the
mail car, in which were Mail Clerks
Willis and McQuartie. Willis was
asleep and McQuarrie at work, The
robbers banged the door of the mail
car till it was opened, and then presented revolvers at the head of McQuarrie telling him to
HOLD UP HIS BANDS.
He did. They then ordered Willis
out of the car, covering him and the
fireman with guns while one ol the
crew sought the registered mail, McQuarrie pointed out a sack containing
a few registered letters. The mini
demanded tbe San Francisco registered
mail and wiib told there was none. He
evidently expected to make a haul ol
relief funds for Frisco. Going through
the sack indicated he took out four
registered letters consigned to Victoria.
He asked if there was any more registered mail and was told there was
none, lie got Willis in and got no
better satisfaction from him, so concluded he had all that was worth taking. As a matter of fact the car contained registered mail to the value ol
between $35,000 and $40,000, but,
thanks to the presence of mind ol tbe
mail clerks, the robbers did not get it.
Tbey then enquired about tbe express, and McQuarrie replied, " I'm a
mail man, I know nothing about express." The robbers then remarked :—
"We've made a mistake. We've got
tbe wrong car." As a matter ol fact
on the occasion ol tbe hold-up at
Mission the mail and baggage were
both on the same car, and the car cut
oil was labelled "mail" at one end and
"express" at the other, whioh threw
the thieves off the scent and caused
them to make the big mistake they
did in their job. As soon as they
found it out they swore a little at
getting such poor results for their
trouble.
They were evidently
COOL-HEADED FELLOWS.
When Willis was standing outside
the Cars shivering in his night attire
the head of the gang remarked, " I'm
sorry to keep you in this condition
but wont hold you long."
The mail car was then cut off and
the engineer ordered ahead to a point
where they told him to slow down.
The robbers jumped off, and bid tho
engineer and fireman farewell with
the words "take care of yourselves
boys." It was a clear moonlight night
and the whole performance was clearly
witnessed by those who had to take a
hand in it so much against their will.
The engineer backed his engine towards the train, picked up the mail car
and then the train and went into Kamloops where the alarm was raised, reports made to tbe police and the facts
wired the superintendent's office at
Revelsloke.
The investigation ol  (lit-  robbery
showed the following facta:   The mh
hers hnd been cmnpeil in a gtlloll lell
miles south ol the truck lor eight or
ten dnys. Their oilinp was so en-
(sealed in do- Be growth of willows nnil
poplars that men might ride around
it day alter day mul never see it.
There was a little spring ol wnter tu-iir
by and it was a perleot ouiintorpai't nl
the robbers' camp in Missim, no the
occasion of the hold up in Bopt, HUH.
nud hud ovideutly boon arranged by
tbe same men. They hud lain in Hint
camp iu comparative seclusion while
they figured out their plans as Ihey
had not been seen around, On the
chase being started the lirst thing
sought was their camp, There wen:
no Bigns of horses having been used in
carrying away the robbers From the
scene, and it was evident they must
have walked to and Irom their camp
tothe scene ol the railway on iho
night oi the hold-up, evidently ligur-
ing that their footprints would not he
very easily traced in tliis way. Cleur
prints of their nailed shoes were obtained however near the scene o! the
robbery,
Alter some difficulty their camp
wiib discovered and the rest wns then
easy. They had apparently remained
in camp the night, and started out
first thing in the morning. One of
their horses, a high spirited animal,
had evidently got away from then),
this being the first bitch in their
plans. This horse was captured by
the force engaged by tbe police. The
saddle was afterwards found. Then
tbe other two saddle horses were
found as the robbers evidently could
not get them through the country us
rapidly as they hud expected. The
chase got so hot that they finally
abandoned their pack horse, camp
outfit nnd food supplies which mime in
handy Ior the sherrilTs posse and used
in helping to hunt down the robbers.
The Indians did splendid work.
The tracking of an Indian known as
"The Skunk" was a particularly line
piece of work as he followed the trail
of thc lleeing robbers by their footprints, broken boughs, freshly turned
stones and other marks. The footprints corresponded with those found
at the scene of the robbery, and to
show tbe carefulness of the robbers to
conceal their tracks they had evidently walked on their heels over tbe soft
places so as to avoid as much as pos-
rible leaving footprints.
Beloie the night of the robbery tbey
had also marked a trail through th;
timber by which to escape. The Indians quickly caught ou to this and
followed it at a red-hot speed. The
trail of the robbers was eventually
located in a rough broken hill, thickly wooded, t-yenty miles south of
Kamloops, and this hill was surrounded by the sheriff's posse. There was
no evidence of the robbers having
escaped irom there up to last evenii g
and unless they got away during the
night the police and their co-adjutors
felt certain they had them surrounded
and that there would be no escape.
In addition to the Indians the sin-rill's
posse included ten of the best cross-:
country riders and crack shuts to be
found, and us the men nre desperale
and Bolne shooting is expected before
an arrest can be made, two or three
well-armed members of the Strathcona
Horse are in tbe front to take a band
in the shooting if necessary.
Blood-hounds were sent for to Nelson and came through on 1, st right's
train, reaching Kamloops last night.
They were immediately put on the
trail and the police felt sure that by
this means they would locate thoir
men, in the same way ub the hounds
located the notorious Smith in the
Slates recently.
The Dominion government prompt->
ly offered a reward of $,r>,000 for the I
capture of the robbers dead or alive.
Tlie C, P, R. offered a similar reward,
and the Provincial government offered
another $1,500 making $11,1)00 rewards offered. Every cowboy on the
ranches is out with bis gun and ever1,'
road and trail is guarded between the
railway line and the bo.iiiiliiry. OI
course the robbers may double back
ou their trail and make for the railway and get out in I hnt way us has
been done before in similar cases, but
when the blood-hounds are put un
their trail tbey will have the hunt ol
their lives.
The leader of the gang is known to
lie Hill Miner, the notorious American
train-robber and conviot. He it was
who robbed thc train at Mission sixteen months ago and be got away
clear in consideration ol returning
valuable securities which he had taken
from thc express car at that time.
These men arc the most desperate
ol their kind, nnd will probably not be
taken alive, but taken tbey must be
at all costs if the holding up of trains
and robbery of mail and express is to
be stopped on this side the line. Most
people expreBB the opinion these mon
will not be taken as tbey are too well
cxporienced at being bunted iu rougli
country, and will leave nothing undone to defeat their pursuers.
On the other hand it must be remembered they aro without lood and
camp equipment, have lost their
horses, have to pass through a country
often difficult to traverse, that their
progress must bo slow, that the whole
country is on the look-out fur them
lor 200 miles south, and that tbe
chances of their escape are reduced to
the smallest.
Tho uhiel ol the Detective Agoi oy
went through to l< loops ibis morning to assist iu hunting down the
hold-up men. A detaohmont of tbe
Northwest Mounted I'olioo also passed
through lo join in the man limit.
I'roviiu'iiil Constable Young, who
owns tbe only bloodhounds in ibe
province, loll. Nelson last nighl nnd
will reach KaiiiloonBtlllB0voniugwlt.il
Ihe dogs, whioh will he Immediately
placed no the lllllit, nnd II th" 11)011
iiave not yet got out ul the country il
is believed the dogs will bo useful in
locating them.
The Incident about the bloodhound*
is most discreditable to the police
nd ministration, und shows thnt u
change is radically wanted, With
creditable cnlerprise (Joiistuhlc Young
purchased ami maintained these
hounds at his own expense, rooogiiin-
ing their value in locating perpetrators of certain crimes. Supt.
llussey ordered Mr, Young to remove
those dogs from ihe Government
grounds at Nelson, where he kept
thorn. When the necessity for using
the hounds became evident for tracing the hold-up men, Constable
Young wus ordered to bring his dogs
to Kain|oops, He refused, unless
Supt. llussey withdrew bis obnoxious
order. The Superintendent hud lo
cave in and Young is on his way with
the dogs. Hot these (logs should have
been on the hunt two days ago uiul
would have been but tor the incident
narrated.
There is no further news as yet
from the scene ol the hunt for the
robbers.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Turkish Settlement is Expected
-Serious Fire in Paris—
-Lteut. Governors ol B. C.
and Manitoba.
London, May 11—An amicable
settlement of tho Tabtih difficulty
seems likely. Tho time given by
Britain's ultimatum expires tomorrow.
The Sultan says he is willing to submit conditionally, but has been
informed there can be no conditions.
The second reading ol the bill to
gradually reduce the working hours
for conl miners passed unanimously in
the Commons yesterday.
Huron Huyushi, Jap ambassador
here, will become Foreign Minister at
Tokio. Baron Koniura succeeds him
here.
St. PETERSMiRfl, May 12.—Though
picturesque as a pageant the ceremony
of inaugurating the council of the
empire yesterday was unimportant as
compared with th assembly of the
lower house tbe day before. Count
Witte bus been appointed working
member of the council.
Toronto, May 12.—President Loudon bus resigned.
Paris, May 12.—The leather market
was burned yesterday. Damage is
two million dollars.
NELSON, May 12.—Provincial constable Young, with his three blood-
bounds, left for Kamloops lust night.
Ottawa, May 12.—In addition to
tbe announcement that ,1ns. Dunsmuir bus been appointed Governor of
B, O. Laurier stated yesterday that
Lieut. Governor McMillan is given n
second term in Manitoba.
NAKUSP.
(From our Own Ci,i]i.,s|„,nileiit).
On Thursday lust, during a high
wind, tbe mill caught on lire, hut was
quickly extinguished by the Company's lire brigade.
Mrs. li. ,1. Bangs, Miss Tingley und
Miss l,a Suer, ul Arrowhead, have
arrived in town and will reside in Mrs.
.1. Genellu's residence.
Mrs. It. (Ilendenning and child
have arrived from Nelson.
It is reported that F. H. Bourne bus
Bold his Nakusp business to Mr. Chirk
of Ilevelstoke, who will take possession shortly.
On Wednesday evening; last sumo
sneak thief broke into A. Nicholas-
hen bouse und helped himself to some
of the poultry.
Mrs. R. Abbie spent a day at Halcyon yestorday visiting Mrs. (1. II,
Chandler, a former resident ul
Nakusp.
Tbo local Oddfellows sent $100 lo
Han Francisco to aid the sufferers in
the stricken city.
BOURNE BROS.
Groceries, Hardware, McClary's Stoves. Etc.
Onion Sets, Flower Seeds,  Farm & Garden  Seeds,
Garden Tools.   A Large Assortment.
Hollywood   and   Sherwin   Williams'   Paints,   Oils,
Varnish, Turps, Alabastine, Muralo, Etc.
ur Stock of Groceries, Fruits   and   Vegetables,
is always Fresh.
BOURNE   BROS.      Mackenzie Avenue
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We have left a few 5-Acre Villa Lots, suitable for Fruit
Culture and Market Gardening, which may be purchased on small
monthly, quarterly or semi-annual payments.
This land is situated within five minutes' easy walking of the
New Schoolhotise Site recently purchased by the City.
There will be no land available after tliis season within such
easy reach of thc Citv, and intending purchasers should not delay
in making their selection.
REVELSTOKE LAND   COMPANY LTD.
Agents, Revelstoke Insurance Agency,  Ltd.
E. J.  BOURNE,
Boots (St Shoes, Men's Furnishings. Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
SYNOD OF B. C. AND ALBERTA
From our own correspondent.
Vancouver, B. C, May 8th—The
annual meeting of the Synod which
closed on Friday night (4tii inst.) was
a very interesting one in many ways.
It waB pleasing to liiul that there
were no troubles to be settled by the
superior court and that all the congregations of the Synod are in peace and
ariiiouy. Many matters of importance claimed the serious attention ol
those present. As usual the Home
Mission work claimed lirst place, and
the Sunday School work was of great
interest. The public meeting oh
Thursday night was an inspiring one
when Revs. Dr. McLaren and Dr.
Herdman  gave  addresses   on   II,,me
attentiuii and some hopeful features
were noticed.
The cities of Calgary and New Westminster were claimants for the next
meet ing oi Synod. Should the Synod
not Is; divided by next year Calgary
-.ill likely be.thc place,otherwise New
Westminster.
The ladies of St. Andrew's Church
entertained the members ol Synod on
Friday to mid-day lunob and this
social feature was greatly appreciated
and much enjoyed.
The meetings of Synod were brought
j to a close ,,11 Friday night. The Moderator, Rev. D. Campbell, proved himsell an efficient official ol the Court
and worthy oi the honor conferred on
Iiim.
On Sunday the visiting members of
Synod     preached    in   the  different
Mission work, and Rev. Dr. R. Doug-1 churches in Vancouver nnd Victoria
las Fraser, ol Toronto, on Sabbath
School work. As Dr, Fraser is the
publishe. ot all the Sabbath School
supplies of our Church in Canada, and
as he bud not been west for thirteen
years it was exceedingly interesting
to see and bear the man whose name
is now so familiar in S. S. circles.
On Friday a great deal ot interesting
work was done. The Synod unanimously decided to ask tbe Assembly
to divide the Synod into two, corresponding with Provincial boundary
lines. A deputation of educationalists consisting ol Judge Henderson,
G. H. Cowan, Dr. Pearson, und F. 0,
Wade wnited on the Synod in behall
of the question of a Provincial University. A resolution was passed recommending to the government tho es-
nd on Monday the Annual Theological Conference opened in St. Andrew's
Church, for which most of the ministers are remaining, We shall speak
ol this again. J. R.
NOTCH HILL.
From our own eorrospondOQt.
Laud values are increasing on and
near the lake, nearly every available
quarter section with water front has
been taken, and the land office Das
been approached by a party (rom the
east 10 purchase several half sections
nn the nnrtli side ol the lake, when
irrigati,-;, on a large scale is tu be
introduced from Scotch Creek.
Mrs.   Sullivan   gave   an at   home
tabliehment ol a university on tbe I Tuesday afternoon.
lines ol a law still on the statin, •«••   ■ —
books and the setting apart from the Shocking Accident.
public domain of a tract ol land suit- 6kSM!i Mllv 9 _n,()B, Mf.0uigan>
abletor the endowment oia university, manugei „l the American Boy mine,
Some  discussion   took   place on the I an uld timer and one ol the earliest
question uf establishing some theulngi-' l"l'"l*">  '"  "'"' Sloi,ft.  diatrict, was
1,   1 •     ■   1, ,,       ... j killed l,v a lull oi rock in the mine at
eal training in li. L., and the overture ■ „   , .   ; ,, •    ,,
0 11 ocl, ck (hi- iilternoon.
ol Kamloops Presbytery for this pur-; T|1(, [aW| accident occurred while
pose was sent up to the General Manager McGuigan was inspecting an
Assembly.    The work   among  the upraise preparatory to putting in the
Chinese and Indians was presented by i1"1;,1";, A I1""'"" llf tlle bftn8Jn«
,,,,., 1,       ,      .    "*, 1 wall lell  on   ibe   manager, crushing
Rev, Dr. Campbell and in spite of »» him badly about the head and sboul-
iliscourageinents   it   was  decided   to ders.   Hi only lived a  few   minutes
prosecute this work more vigorously 1 alter tin- accident.
than ever.    Avery interesting report!    Deceased enme  to  the  Slocan in
on Church  Life and  Work wa8 ure.'1801 and was one of the original lo
cators of the Noble  Five  mine.   Ho
vas presented and curne-t discussion followed  , , ,,     .
has been 111 charge ol the  American
In spite oi all the best elements ol Roy property since 1896,
present day home life it seems quite! .    ,     ♦ —z—, ,
1      .,   . .,    „, . ,   ,   :    J.    .  \\ oodrow has hxed up sample /
clear that tbe Christian  home ol theL^ „, orM  ,„ |roDt 0| Ms office and
present  is  not  what it ought to he. 1 they have attracted a good deal of
Young Peoples' Societies also received, attsntiou. PHE MAIL-HERALD, KKVKLSTOKR 11.0
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Olilco.: Hevolstoke, H. Cl FortStoolo, II. 0,
rjjo. S, McCaktbb,
A. M.  l'lNKUAM.
lievulsliike, 11. C
J. A. ll.lllVKV,
Furl Steele, 11. ('
J.M.Scott LUI, W.I.Brlggs,
rtCOTT  AND  BBIUOS
IJ ,,
Barristers. Solicitous, li/ro,
Money to Loan
.SOLICIT'UtS FOR Mlll.suNS BANK
First Street. Kevelstoke, B.C
wants n,, on-
i lln- scene ol
succossliil hold-up operations, Last
time tho;'got nway with a hig swag,
ll they gel nwaj ibis ii i e, even il
they bad not Ihe .su.il-, thoy will eon
sidi-i il nil easy job lo play the grunt-'
again wiih Impunity uud Ihe danger
of business complications, want ol
snloty of tho mails, express nnd train
service, will become a serious blot oil
the public administration generally,
and on Ihal ol liritish Columbia in
particular.
Ii is to be hoped the government
will spare no expense to hunt down
and eaplnre these men dead or alive,
mul tench Ibe criminal classes of (be
United Slates lis well as ol our own
laiiil, thnl these oll'ences cannot be
perpotrated with Impunity on  ihis
side of the line.
E
(Mem,
DWARD A. HAGGEN,
A NEW DECISION.
An Important decision which may
he lar reaching in ils results us dotorm-
ining tlie relations between employer
and members ul unions, lias been
banded down by Ihe Supremo Court
ol Kentucky. The court holds thill if
an employe ol a closed shop meets
with personal injuries, nn a result of
cnrelessuesa ol another employe, he
cannot recover ilninsgea from his employer. This is a reversal of Ihe
gonoral rulings as regards liability of
employer, under which u workman
injured could recover if he could i how
that, the employer had failod to employ
competent follow wiirkinn.,nrii.sufficient number, The Kentucky decision,
as we understand it, holds Unit under
the closed simp rules Ihe unions have
taken upon themselves the responsibility ul determining who is und who
is not competent and that thereby the
omployor is released from liability for
ids ol Incompetency which cause
injury to other omployes, This decision, if sustained, will have an applied
linn in many Inslanoos in which iho
liability ol mining companies is
involved.
Minimi Enoinebr,
Auicrican Instltuto Mining Engine rs)
Canadian Mining insiltulo
REVBLSTOKE, B. C.
Examination of nnd reports on Mineral I'ro-
pertics a Specially.
Agent for Cnnntlinn Mi-tal Company, buyers
o( zinc and -ilvi-r-lenil ores,
Zinc ami illvor-lMid mine- puroltns    or operated iiii'li-r lease and bond
Financial Asslitanco given owners and  prospectors to ojiernlo anil ilevt-lii|i
approved properties.
She flltaiMfocralb
" I would . . . earnestly ndylso thorn for
[heir good to order thispaper to be piinotunll)
-erved up. anil to be looked upon as n purl ol
the tea equipage,"—ADDISON.
"SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1906
THE HOl.D-UP.
The lact that tbe hold-up ol the C.
P. R. express train this week and the
robbery of the mails is the second incident of the kind in this province
within 16 months, draws forcible at
tention to the inefficient means ol
detecting and punishing such crimes,
which ought to be impossible under
the British tlag. The lirst thing that
should be done is to make an offence
of this kind one ol capital punishment
—the severest penalty the law can
provide. The next thing ie to provide
a better means of detecting crime und
running down the perpetrators. The
best way to do this would In- to have a
body ol trained men organised lor the
whole dominion, sucb as llie Northwest Mounted Police, with an officer
and two men stationed in every centre
of settlement where they would he
available at a moment's notice. The
men would have such a perfect system of communication that they
might organi-e the covering of a country side at short notice.
The present provincial police system
is utterly inadequate, A man cannot
be mining recorder, tax assessor, and
a hundred and one other things and
fulfill the duties of police officer i-
well, in conjunction with such a
system blood-hounds should be kepi
ai proper interval.-, sc that in the
event of ,i crime being committed tbey
cuuld be used to trace tbe perpetrator.
For instance on the occasion,! the
murder oi the Japanese woman in
Revelstoke a little over a year ago a
bloodhound pul on the spot immediately next morning would have indicated the course taken by the perpe
trator, led to the discovery ol the
clothing probably, and to the detection ol tbe criminal,
These hounds should be available al
such points u 'lolden and Cranbrook
in East Kootenay, Nelson and Revel
stoke in West Kootenay, Kamloops
and Greenwood in Yale, New Westminster and Victoria, In the caso ol
the Mission hold-up, where the men
used a boot the hounds would be usi ■
less but in the interior Ihoj would
track tuccesslully. The great principle in the administration of justice by
A government should be to hound
down every crime at whatever cost,
and the people will support any gov
eminent that takee and carries into
effect this view ui its duties.
DROWN   WANTS   YOUR BUSINESS.
VEGETABLES
Will sell Carrots ill $1 ; Parsnips at
$1.201 Turnips at 75c, Irco n oars al
Iti'velslnke.
L, E, Griffiths, Malakwa, B.; C.
LAND NOTICES.
N.,ii,-,.i*In-riia nlveii tltnl n„ daysaCtmilnto I
„t I tn nni.li tn il„- Clllol i',„iiiiii*si,,ii,-r,,(
-'■ for iiclinlsslnii tn iinreliawIlia
I Iniuli, iltuiile nenr Tate Jniinn
.Hid. It.!':
posl  p
land.nml Works I
following ilescrl
l-.u-l.i-. ('.nil	
ii-oil curlier uf I
Ilti-,!   lit   till'sulllll
■iSAidiiilniiitkeil "ii.n. Naula'a
north wail  -ner unit," liioneu smith m chain-,
Ilicii nil   100 ollllllll, tllClll-e  imrlli lOeltallll,
ill omul ii-i,'linlusi,,|,,,!nt,,f in i,' nl,
,-„iil titling 010 neres innre nrlais.
lin,,I iill, ilny uf April, IIXHI.
ii, ii, NAiii.i-:.
Ilovolitoki', n.c.
Notice li hereby given that 00 dayi after,lui,, i
hitonil to apply i„ Hie chief Cnniniliilouor nl
n,l Wurk* r.ir iioriiiliutli.il to nan-haw Ilia
HI   ilaicrlhail   lands,   situate    near  Trie
 I,Cliche, cm) Hrtrlet, II. Cl
i'iiniiiioncliignU|inal planted nl Ilia smith nail
nrnernl l.„t ISO ami innrkoil "lOlottonii'isnntli
,-eit corner post," theneu ,-;>*i SO chnlni, lltanea
urihl-.il I'linliis, inure „r less. In the hank nl tho
'I.,-,,-,- lilii-i, llienee wosl so chnlns nlongthe
niikoftlie l-'i-ii-i'i- lllver t„ tlio onst I mhiryn!
iiiNSU, llienco suillli  lull chain*, mul r less,
liiniltl n*i l,„miliar) nf I...L is iln- poinl,,(
..11111101 incut,, tllltllllg lion acres inure or less.
li.-iicllh,- Dili tiny of April, 1IHJ0,
li, MollKAN,
llcielsloke, Il.C.
I. I-
NOTICE.
VTOTICE li lioroli]
.\   ilnte I Intenil I
COBALT.
The announcement that Mr. Thomas
A. lOdison lias discovered a method
for the use of cobalt in Btoriige butteries, is of interest to the producers ol
cobalt. Heretofore the cbiel production of cobalt bus been from Canadian
sources, and it is reported that Mr,
I'ldison lias secured the control ot some
of the Canadian mines. there ure
cobalt deposits in Oregon and elsewhere iu the United Stales which nre
likely to be developed il the new demand justifies it, As in the case ol
tungsten und some ol the so-called
rare minerals the creation of the
demand means the discoveries of the
deposits ill localities where these
minerals were not heretofore reported
and the same is likely to be true of
cobalt. Mr, Edison lms been inclined
to iniike rather exaggerated statements
in lite past in regard to his inventions.
Hut in view ol his wonderful record in
the domain of invention, it would
hardly be well to puss over this recent
important announcement,
HORRIBLE SCANDAL
British Columbia Reserves the
Scene of Deplorable Vice.
Ottawa, Mny   10.—According to a
Cold limine Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B, C.
i-:ts livniiv WKIiNHSUAJ'
in Oddfellows'  Hull nl s
o'clock     Vl.lllng l.nliihls ure
cn-.linllv .uvlleil.
E. W. II, I'ACIKT, ll.tl.
(I. II. IlltUI'li, K. u( K. A B.
II. A. IIHOWN, M.
if F.
Kootenuv Lodge No, 15 AF, & A.M.
Tho regular meeting- lire held In the
Masonic Tnmiile,
lililFi-llii».*lliill.i,i,
tin- liilnl Monday it,
tiaeli i,„„,ll, ul .-
p.m. Visltlnghrcth-
i-cti cordially wol
corned
C. A, I'HOCUNIKIt, HKCUIi-l-Allv.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO IS, I. O. O, F.
Meats ovoryTliursdn--
ovoning inl Idd Fellows
Hull nt s o'clock
Visiting brethren oer
dlallv invited to at
tend"
J. MATHIE, Ski-
II. .MACnilNAI.II, N'.ll.
WOOD YARD
I have Btarlod ii permanent Wood
Yard on Third street. With mv past
experience t hope to Iw in a position
to satisfy all requirements ol customers, Dry corihviitid kept in stock and
supplied In nny lengths at reduced
prices for cash,
R. SAMSON,
by given Hint thirty days nfter
illo apply I,- the Hon. Chief
niissiuiier,,( Undi and Wnrks, fnr a special
lii-cnsc t„ ,-ut anil carry aivny timber from the
following described lands:
1. CiiiiiinoiielitB at a pusl i.lii ni... I, „i (lie cast
lunik of ihu nnrlh fork „f t'lfc Crook, nl I..',
miles above tho lurks nnil marked "Iv I'. II -y's
nnrlh i-ii-t ,-urui'i- iu,*t," thonce wosl 10 chains,
iIim until im, chains, llienco onst 10 chnlns,
tlience mirth 100 chains topolnl nfennimoncaniBnl.
!), ('oiiiiiiencinc ul a pusl planted nn the oast
 k uf II Hi fork „f Fife Creek, about B
miles nbove tlio forks anil i tal"F„ I', llcnrv's
north wosl r pint," tlionco south 100 ,-liiilns,
Ihem asl In clmins. Ihui uh Mi chnlns,
ihenco wosl 10 clmins |„ point i,f ciinuneiieenionl,
::. Uniimianclng nt a post plant,>,l on the east
inini: uf tin. north fork „f Fife Creek, about 6)
mil,-* from lln- forks anil markoil -I-:. I'. Henry's
lh easl run- pusl,' ihen,-,, norlh loo chains,
Ihenm tvoil |o ohnlns, tlionco south loo elinlns
tlienc *l In chains to point of  lintel meat
I. Cnmmonctng nl a pnst planteil nn the oasl
nl: „l I'm north fork nl Fife Creek,aboutS
llw itliuve the folks nml markoil "I-:. I'. Ilonry'i
.nil, ii,-si corner post." iliein-c nnrtli80chaini
Hi nst. mi clmins. thence south sn chain,
thutiea west 80 chains lu point „f cominoneomeiil
I. Cnmmciieliig at a p„si tiljuiteil on the west
nk „f tin- tiui-il, fork of l-'if,- Crook, about 81
lies abovo tho forks, nml mnrkeil "li, I'. Henry's
,rtli east enmor post," thence wost 80 eluiltii,
llienco south su clmins, lln- asl. so chains.
llienco nui-ih 8ti,-In,ins I,, poinl nf enmmotieoiiioiit,
ii. Commencingu! a post nlniitetlui tho west
mul. „( lla-  lh link o[ Fife Crook, about si
nllei abovo tho forks anil marked "E. P, llenry'i
onlh easl. -ner post," then lorth inn cllllllu,
I e weal  In clmins, thence soutli 100 chains,
thenco enst 10 chains to point of commencement,
iill!ill ill",-I planted on the nest
I k..(ili.-imrili fuikuf life Crook and about 0
miles ahiivo tho forks and innrkoil "E, I'. Henry's
iiinllt easl nortiMt," thonce north 100 elinlns,
llienee west 10 chains, tl o ......tl. 100 chaius,
thenco east 10 chains lo poinl of enmmeneonient,
s. Cmnmoticlug at a pusl iilnnteil on (he wost
Choi, „l the nnrlh (ink ul File Crook, nbntito
mlleiabove the forks nml marked "K. I'. Henry's
south woit corner poat," thonce east 80 clmins,
tlience north sn chains, thoneo west 80 chnlni,
lh,-,,,-,. -..uitIi so chains n, point uf commencement.
K. I'. IIKNItV.
Dated May 1st, 1800.
RE-OPENED !
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FIRST STREET.
Orders lor Heel and Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and small goods
will receive prompt attention.
NOTICE TOCREDITORS
In the innttur of Oust l.elni, deceased,
ami
Iiiiiii' matter ul tlm "Official Administrators'
Act."
Sot fee ia hereby ulven tli.it hy order of Ilia
Honor.1, A. Forin, Comity Judgo, dated theOtli
day of May. 1906,deorgo Smith McCarter,Official
Administrator fur that part nf Kootena) County
comprised ivitliln the Kevelstoke Kloetoral Did-
Irict, lion fieen granted letters of odmlnistnU	
i lm In later .di ind dngulur the estate ol (Just
Lehu.deceiued luteal ite
Ami further take notice that allclalma upon the
-li'i.-i it.- iui- tent ii ti  the said Admlnis-
tratoral Ida office, Imperial Bntih Block, Kei*-]-
itoke, II. ("-. withinSOtlaysfrom the date hereof,
ifi-'v which tluiH  ul prm la will he dfatrlbutetl
iiitiotift the partfea! iwfull) thereunto cut ii led.
(1KOROF SMITH M■• *VETKR,
■ '*;    il Admintatmtai
D of M
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought.
Gash Prices Paio
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
Richard R. Copeland
JOBBING OARPEOTERI
AN!) OABINBTMAKEU
Mantles, Sbetvlng, [Storm Doors, etc
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Third Street Musl, Revclslnki
12lo
Halcyon Hot Springs
^Sanitarium.
Under the new managementJof
Harry McIntosh, Hoffman House
Rossland.
mill'. MEDICAL WATERS of Hal-
I cyou are the most curative in Ihe
world. A perfect, nntlliaj remedy for
all Nervous and Muscular diseases,
Diver, Kidney and Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rales on all bouts and trams. Two
mails at I'I va and depait every day,
Telegiu h communication with all
marts of the world.
TBRM8-$12 to $IS per week.   For
further particulars apply to
HARRY MoINTOSH
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arroto Lake, B. C
Something Pure
If you arc looking for Pure
Honey we have just opened up
a consignment of   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE  COMB
in 1 lh. boxes, or in ,1 lb. cans
"Guaranteed Pure,"
CANNED   GOODS
Our ('aimed Goods uro second
tu none, and more than that
we "Ouarnnteo every Can."
HOBSON & BELL,
GR0CER8, BAKERS AND  CONFECTIONERS.
Mrs. II. ,1. Ha.tbury Muniigiess,
First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
Imi'iin Dinlngroiim for
Hiiii,]iiels, Suppnrs, olo.
Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIHST STREET, BEVELSTOKE
LELAND  HOTEL
KAMLOOPS
R. Dowawell, (formerly of Leland Hoiel, Vancouver) Proprietor.
First Class House for Travellers and Comrnerciiil Men
Newly |Built| Newly Furnished, and the most comfortable house in the City.
CLOSE TO RAILWAY STATION.    Large Sample Rooms
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office  Toronto, Ontario.
Hrnni-lios In tlio I'rovlncosiif Mnnitiihn, AlliorlB, BnslniUilinwiin,
liritish Cnltimlilii, Onliirlii, QueliM.
Oapltal Subscribed ...       •4,000,000.00
Oapltal Paid Up        ....   13,900,000.00
Reserve Fund ....       f 3,9oo,ooo.oo
I). II. Wll.KlK, I'rcslilent; Hon. b, Jatoray, Vloe-Pi'osldenti
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Saviniik Dui'Autmunt Deposits locclved and Interesl allowed
nl hlgliesl oui'i'ont rale from dale of opening iieeounl, and compounded half-yearly,
Drafts sold available in nil purls of Canada, United States and
Europe,   Special attention given In Collections,
Revelstoke Branch, B. C. A. E. Phipps, Manager.
i^^^^^^^^^^^*r^A*r''*r'^r^r-i*-|>t»«.«*i;-ij^<*'trW^*Aft
Certificate  of Improvements.
NOTICE
Pwicuck Minor.il Claim, situate in tlm Revel.
sU.ko Mining Division of Wost Kuotffliny
District:-
WAH CHUNGS
Radisb, Lettuce, Rhubarb, Etc.
Supply of Qold Fish on hand.
Front Street, Revelstoke
return secured by Mr, Borden, there
seems to hnve been ample grounds lor
the statements which appeared in
British Columbia papers a few months
ituo that indications are apparent that
Indian children are being sold into
slavery in that province.
One official report says: Girls with
white skins, brown hair braided down
their backs, and big innocent childish
eyes are being sold to-day, and have
been sold lor years. The report points
out that many of the girls are sent
into tlie logging camps for immoral
purposes, ami urges that this practice
should and could he stopped,
Agent DeBeck makes a speoial report to the department from Albeit
Alert Hay. lie says that almost every
Indian in that agency, who is in the
Potlach, is a slave dealer. "Fathers
sell their daughters, brothers sell their
sisters or cousins,"  and   be  quotes   .
D'hara nn.   •,,,,,<! ,1   1,1a    ..1,1     „,,*-l,- '' '*       ■. ,,rk-f„f I.
wiiere one son ottered ins old mothei .... . , „„, „lrrj.„.
(,,rsale as a -lav,-. ring   le - "      In Wesl
"People come here in thegarbof K "' '
1 ommenclng at a post planted ■ ■ the n rl
missionaries, start a store, commence i  ,i.„s -,,.
trading with the Indians, taking what  i thof i   ..- R irnndmsr I  «" ,,.■...■
, .i-ii     nort    ■ Br post,  tl ence wesl s(, chains:
they can oul  : 'hem: theynderoug .,.,,, ..,,.. srlri„,,,,
shod through the Indian act, and are    -   - -      - "" i"1'"' "' r""
-:. iphi -! by tin- Indian department,
As far as the criminal code goes it is
.- n thi ■ line, All manner ol crimes
in c mmitted tmong tho Indians
,-v-i. iii irder, and it is seldom that
any  :' them are brought to justice."
NOTICK
N't/j'i' E       .-■--■ |     ,-■    that thin
■ ■'■■- . ,*■■ ,    '.'.-■    tu apply I :
• hief Cnmmias i er  ' Lai
-;.'c. tl   iceose -., cui irryava
frum Hn' following describwl the Dii
irl tnf WeatK    ■■'   -
tu at     post t"J. W hit! ■
combe     nut     .-■:■■.-,.,■    plantod al
Snofl fen ■■- rth S
■■■ i a ■  tti ■'
Apr   :-    -'•
JOHN WHITTi' OHBE
NOTICE.
VTOTICE I- HERERV DIVEN	
.>:■'•
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS,
Nlll-ll-K.
Completer Mlnoml Claim.
Situate in the Arrow Lake Mining Division of
West Kootena) District,
Where located:—Nearjtlie Needles on the Lower
Arrow Like.
Take notice thai 1. Kenneth I.. Iltirtit-t, neeiii
Inr Annie Kelllher (Administratrix fur the estate
--I I'. II. Kelliher Jeeen.-i-.l,. Special free Miner*
I'ertlflcate N.. s»l Intend, ibrty days from tin
■ tii., hereof, to ipplj to tie- Mining Recorder (,,r
, CertiScate nf Improvements, f„r the purpose ,,l
i.l.l nam.,, I r,.ii n .Irani uf llie altuve clailll.
And hirthei tnke notice thai aetton. ninler ^see
■ . mmencod before tne Issuance
tiScato nl Improvements.
- Plfteentlidsj ntEebniary, low*.
KI-.NNK1II I.. BURNET.
ASK  YOUR   DEALER   FOR
-KURTZ'S PIONEERS"
-KURTZS OWN"
-SPANISH BLOSSOMS"
UN-ON    MADE   CIQAflS
ManorACTUREO   BV
K   ■   ('ioneerCigar Factory
148, Cordova St., W,
VANCOUVER, -  •   B. C.
Where located|.
llie llond.
At   li.iulr.rcl Ititsin, in tho
TAKE NOTICE thnt I, It. Smith, Free
Minor's Certificate No, Il«8.-i2.'l. noting ns ngent
!9!i.?i»"'^u!!!0Ss, p™° Minor's Cortillenle No.
11881*1: O E. Robinson, Free Minor's Oortltl-
onto No. II 1899,-1 ami Wm. M. Kiutnu's Free
Minor's Corttllciito No. B 101115, intond sixty
dnys friimrlntolioroiifl.il upjily In lho Mining
I ocordor for a Cortlllcuto of Improvements fnr
tlio piiriioso of obtaining n Crown Urant of the
abovo claim,
Ami further, lnko notice, that action under
Section 37, must bo commenced liefi.ro the
Issuance of such Ccrllllcnte of Improvements.
Diitoil this Sociuid iluy of April, A.D., 1906.
Ap.I Hm R. SMITH.
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS
For nil kinds of up-to-date nnd reliable furniture
and house furnishings go tu
R. Howson & Co., Furnishers
THE MOLSONS BANK
lncoriHirated hy Ant of Parliament, 18'i*i.
II HA I) OFFICE,          - - MONTREAL.
Wm. Molson Macphkhhon, Pros. S. II. BwiNO, Vice-Pres.
Jamkh Rlliot, (Ii nil Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything in way of hanking business transacted without unnecessary delay,
Interest credited twice a year nt current rates on 8nvings Bank
deposit*.
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Reveutoke, B. C.
Certificate of Improvements,
NOTICE.
Martin June Fraction and   Miuto  Mineral
Claim", situnto In tho Rovolstoke Mining
Division of West Kootenay District.
Where  locatecll-At Standard   Basin,   Big
Bend.
TAKE NOTICE that I, R. Smith, Free
Miner s Certificate No. 11 m 28, acting as agout
(or (ho Prmco Mining and Development Com.
imnj. Limitwl Liability; Freo Miner's (,'ertllt-
cutoN,,. 1188189, intend sixty dnys from date
hereof to apply In tho Mining Recorder for
I ortillcules of Improvements for the purpose
of obtaining Crown Qranls ol tho above
claims,
And furthor, lake notice, that action under
Sordini 31 must lie commenced before the
issuance of such Certillcittos uf Improvements,
Dated this Social day of April, A, D., lBdi.
Ap. C-2m, R.SMITH.
"NOTICE""
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN Uuu SO days
after date 1 iutond lo apply to llio Hon. Chief
(tommlsstoher of Lands mid Works for a special
license to cut and curry away Umber from the
following described lands, situate at or uear
the Hlandard Basin, Revelstoke district.
Ctmuiienciiitf ut a post planted about 1] miles
norlli of Standard Mine, and market] "('.J.
H's South-West Corner Post"; thonce north lt)0
clmins; tliHuce east 40 chniuB; thenco south
liii)clmins; thence wost-U)chains to tho place
of commencement.
Dated (he Second day of April A.D.. 1906.
Ap.42.rn. 0. J. RUMENS.
j\
NOTICE
IITICR is hereby given that 81) days after date
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Tender for Mineral Claim Forfeited to the Crown.
I'enilei   illll. i         in.lerslgl ip
tn Hi.,, |.„k    ,..  on   *.,",M<     -i .    -'Mi  'hy   I
m   m.  - ..'-I..   ,1    ■ .:. i sntlnn
si mineral  , hlcli  >     I ,rfalte,l  tn the
.  ■    it the Tin laic held In the' rinr! lln	
.,, i:e,e|.i.,k.   i: -     n th.   -1  lay nf'
Do You r"",v" v'",r Mu"
II y. it i i. ii regularly
and " on time'" li not, kindly
j,,.-if■ ■'■ ce   ii one,-, either
'Phone 13 or by postal,
M.   J.   HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouses & Seed Ho ises
VANCOUVER, B. C,
HKADQI ABTKfW KOR PAi \TK   ' QAB'J
IARUKN  riEUl AND KI/lWRrt
|] i- .     ■:  v crop now In itot k and on UmI
\-i< yotir men bruit for
them m *cali rl pw kafltw. I'he dot. nol handle
■    ■ -      ■   "l    y poeketn nt
■ kbit u ■' ''"■' -   'c •• '■>  • itloti
ciVC-lill
•■iinnMnri'il all tendeni muM Iw rtwbloforB   ''   p»rdow| tor \l.li).  Special
pricM nn rour 'n<i\k -■ et.
ii I fiHOWN Kill II AND ORNA
MENTAL TRKB8 now ready roi pf - .■
ihloment
intond to apply to the Hon. The Chief
CiiminiHsiiiiit'i'iif Lanils ami Worki fnr a Special
[ilcenra to cut ami parry itway timber frum tlie
following described lamu in \\wt Kootenay Dis-
trlct;
l. Commencing at a post planted fti rliahw
north from the smith west comorof l»t N». 6146
and marked "A. I,. Cu's. N. W. corner post,"
thence south 80 chains, 80 chains east, 8o chains
north, 80 chains wost to point, of cnintiiciu'eiiient.
Dated this SSrvl day of April, 1006.
"    Commencing at ii  jinst planted '.hi I'liiiin--
northfrom (tn- south west cornofof lot No. 6148
ind marked "\. (,. Co's. Bouthwest cornor post,"
thence 80 chains nortli, 80 chains out, 80 chains
«nuth, 80 chains west to point of I'lniiiin'tin-inent.
Datod thin 28nl day of Aprll,ll008.
ABROWHBAD U'MHKII CO, I.IMITKh.
Ili^A	
BUSINESS NOTICE,
Cohubni \M As AT M\v Imt.
■Irtmn-I   W'Mnlruw ha- tenifl OfBf llll bflsl*
DMI   lc,  llm   I'itlare  M"a1   Murk"!,  Mr   llrnt,
MHiiHt't-tr aii neeonnUdni to J I Woodrow.
oanbapnidto Mr, Hm. Mamifrnr I'.ilaro Moat
Miirkut my 2
AWNINGS
Now lhat blight spring days are coining in, to be followed by tho heat
of summer yon want to keep your stoics and houses cool and comfortable.
The Beat Way to do this is to secure awnings for your windows, aud
order them from
L.   A.  FRETZ,
First Street.
XXXX
J. A. DAVIDSON,
Merchant Tailor,
(Lath of Ohioacio)
has opened up one of tlie most beautiful stocks of
Clothing Materials ever brought into Revelstoke,
comprising Tweeds, Worsteds, Trouserings,
Fancy Vestings, the Newest Novelties in pattern
and design, and having large experience in
cutting and manufacturing, he is prepared to do
the finest and latest classes of work at the most
moderate prices,
Prices Right Work Guaranteed
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NOTICE
In the County Court of West Kootonay, hidden at
Hovolstokc;
To Knicsl, Augustus linker, known as (Ins linker,
of Arrowhead, li. C.
Tako notice that a plaint hns hooii entered and
n summons issuod ttgaliut you In the abovo County Court by George Chapman of Arrowhead, B.C.,
for the sum of f 160,00, lieing the amount of acer-
lain cheque made and drawn by you upon the Imperial Itnnk of Camilla, Arrowhead, II. C.,aml
(laled July -1st, HHifi, which choqiio was on presentation dishonored for non-payment ami remains
unpaid and of which the plaintilt is the holder ami
an order has been mado that the publication of a
notice uf tbo entry of such plaint In tlio Mull-
llerald newspaper published at Itovelstnke, B.C..
for four Insertions shall >>o deemed to Iw good and
siitlli'leiil service of the summons upon you.
Vou aro rei*iih*eil to outer a dispute nolo within
olght days from the -2,'ird day of May, 1006, lieing
Ihe date of tho last publication of this notice, at
tlie lEeglstrv's office at ltevelsloke, B.C., and If
ymi do not so enter such dilute note, judgment
may be signed against you and the plaintiff may
proceed to execution.
Hated this intliilay of May, 1006.
W. M. McLU'CUMN,
Deputy Registrar.
Sintt Ai. llrlggs,Solicitors fur Plaintiff,        JE
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HRRKBY UIVKN that thirty
daya aftor dato I intond to apply to th j
Chiof Commissioner of Lands and works for a
epoclal licenso to cut and carry away timber
from tho following described lands near
Upper Arrow Lake, Wost Kootenay District.
Fosthall waters:—
1,  Commencing at a post about, 6 chains south
of Boar Creek ami about four tulles from the
mouth, thenco north 80 chains, thenco cast 8i> ,
chains, thonco south 8(i chains, thonce w eat 80
ehains tu point of commencement.
'i. Commencing at a post on soulli side of Hear
Creek aud about nvo miles from tho mouth, thenco
north HO chains, thenco east 80 chains, tlionco
soutli 80 ohains, thonco west 80 chains to point of
commencement.
8, Cominont'ingat No. 2 post north 80 chains,
thence west Ru chains, thence south 80 chains,
thoneo oast 80chains to point of commencement.
4. Commencing at a post on north side of Hoar
Crook, Mlimit six mill's from the mouth, thonce
north 80 chains, thonce west 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, tlionco east 80 chains to point of
commencement.
Dated May 41 h, 1000,
II. O. ROltBINS.
. price as given ■ ■ ■
lonl to He- amount tot which inch elaim
hnvo been piirchaaod by iln- • ■ nei
i nr before the Mill day of .Tune, Ififtl.to
with thntaxos which lifttoaccrued sinci
x Hale, the nosl of odwrtlidng for tendm
-,, di fj-rant foe,
Name of Claim
" flrunswlok"
l.i.i No
■1*154
Upset I'ri"
JOO.-JS
I. be
..mil.• ii ii-*l by ' i liomm
*  foi Lln foil
Knrli teiuli
ilulj cortlflod  It)   '  [•barterotl imik fo
amount thereof, payabto nl paf at Itovnlstoko, In
favour nf the undnrslgnod.
Tliiirl i f all "ii nccos '"1 Londerors will
hr imme tlyrottir I
KRRD KIMHRlt
'■ lonl \ [nnl at It" volstoki
May lUlli, IQTHi.
Plxtra nicostook of I wo and thrw yfir -Apple
Trow at t^.0O per 100, |I80,00 per l.OOfl   Haj
mini 1'iimn,  f\M Bftflhj Italian   Pptlnfl   two
year, linn, K6M per 100; Bngar Prone, two
year, line, $\tt.tti [cr 100,
KnlI Hat of othor utock al regular pricen No
oxponse, loni or delay of fumigation nr
Inspection.
I,ei. me price yottr Nil oofore placing your
order,
rirflenhotise Plante, PlorWork, BeeSupplloii,
frnll I'ncka^e-, KorUllviero, oto,
' A'l U/OOI K KCKK,
M.   J.   HENRY
,1010, WE5TWINSTKR HflAI), VANC0l.Vr.il, R. t.
Delicious all^ie>
TSble Sugars.
SOLO IH
21b Sealed ]McKages
BY ALL GROCERS.
"Paris Lurn[)5"and"5i4dr Diamonda" are manufactured entirely fronf
CaneSugir grown on our own Estotes. They are absolutely [Hjre.brilllanl' \r\
i abearance and possess superior -sweetening ouallhest-fbr table use Irievdn; delici'ousJ
THC B.C.SUGAR REFINING CO.IJO.VANCOUVER. B .C. THE MAIL-HERALD, KEVELSTOKE 11. C.
DOMINION
PARLIAMENT
(Special to iiiii M.ui.-lluit.ii.i, l
Ottawa, May 6th.—I'ossiblji tlio
most important us itcertuinl-, wus the
most interesting incident uf the past
week in Parliament, was tho pro
niiiinoiinient of the l'remier upun tlie
question ol Senate reform. Almost
Irom the days of Confederation this
has been in the category ol "burning
questions" and it is just as live an
issue to-day as over, oven though for
the moment it does not obtrude itself..
The Premier made it perfectly clear
where he stood ou tho subject, He
expressed the belief that a very large
number of people in Ontario especially,
wero in favor of the total abolition of
the second chamber, but "lor my part,"
he said, "1 believe this would bo it
mistake, end I could not be induced
to reconcilo myself tu such an idea,
A second chamber seems to me absolutely indispensable under our system
of government. A second chamber is
an absolutely needed safeguard for the
smaller provinces against a possible
invasion of their rights by the larger
provinces." Continuing, Sir Wilfrid
s»id:—"II we were to have a reform 1
would not be adverse to adopting in
one respect the system of our neighbors, and have each province represented by an equal number of members,
whether that proviuce be large or
small. This principle, having been
admittedly adopted for the protection
uf the smaller provinces, everyone will
admit at once that if we were to remove that safeguard, there would be
n natural discontent in the smaller
provinces, so that, 1 contend, we cannot seriously entertain even for a
moment, the idea ol ever abolishing
uur Senate."
In further elaboration of the suggested plan of reform, Sir Wilfred said:
" 1 have olten thought that il we were
to have the election of senators by the
local legislatures and adopt the mode
whioh is provided for in our rules' Ior
the appointment of committees"
(namely election by open ballot) "we
might find a solution,".
In view of to definite a statement
by the Premier himself further development will be watched with interest.
The long drawn out debate ou the
resolution offered by Mr. Foster, condemning the Government for their
dealings with the North Atlantic
Trading Co., has terminated as everyone knew it would in the sustaining
ol the Government by a practically
unbroken majority.
In this connecting it is worth noting that Mr. Sifton, upon his return
to the House after tome days absence
frum the city, took the lirst opportunity to give the most emphatic and
categorical denial to all and every
statement that he had had any .leal-
ingt directly or indirectly, personally
ur by agent ur iu any other way, with
tbe said company, and challenging llis
accusers to an investigation of that ur
any other act ol his while a minister
of the Crown. Even the most inveterate detractors ol the memh.'r lur
Brandon will scarcely date repent their
slanders in Ihe face of such a repudiation and challenge.
Mr. W. F. Maclean, of South York,
had a lively time the other night with
his bill proposing to cut out the increased indemnities which the members voted to themselves in the dying
hours of last session. The honorable
gentleman has an unhappy faculty of
antagonising even his own friends by
his brusque manner, and the criticism
he got came as much from Mr. Speaker's left as from the Government
benches. He has no shadow of chance
of getting the bill through, and, as
waa suggested in this column some
time ago, he ie probably counting on
that fact, but it is doubtful if he anticipated the active antaganism which
he is encountering on all hands. The
debate it not yet ended but the result
it a foregone conclusion.
After a somewhat lengthy immunity
the House has been again invaded by
death, and thit time the grim reaper
has laid low an old and much respected
member of the Conservative party in
the person of Hon. Peter White, ex-
speaker and many years member for
North Renfrew. Mr. White was esteemed by bit opponents and beloved
by hie friends and his demise leaves au
unusually noticeable gap in the parliamentary ranks.
Mr. Lancaster, Lincoln, hat a meal-
ure before the Houte which proposes
to compel all trains to tlow down to
ten miles an hour on approaching a
level crossing. This may look liko a
reasonable proposition at first sight,
but the railways are putting up a stiff
light against it. It is claimed that it
would very seriously affect the speed
ol fast trains, while the increased cost
of running is declared by the railways
men to be equal to $24,000,000 capitalised. These are big figures, but
whether they are exaggerated or not
the parties interested are making a
particularly strong lobby against the
bill, and experience teaches that when
a railway lobby gets busy the finish
of the measure under consideration is
as a rule not very far distant,
The budget is still in the future,
and so far no hint of anything startling has come out, As a matter ol
fact, it ie thoroughly understood that
there will be no proposal ol tariff
changes of any moment offered until
alter the tariff report is presented next
session.
LUMBERING
At the annual meeting ul the shareholders of the Arrowhead Lumber Co.
Hand Gibbon was appointed manager
,.-,f tbe Company's business at Arrow-
•"liead.
-  «-«» •
Buy your lacrosse stioks Irom W
Smythe,
TWO YEARS TRUCE SIGNED
Operators and Miners Reach
Agreement Which Will
Last Two Years.
New York, May lo,—Alter carrying on negotiations lor nearly three
months, sub-coininittoes representing
Niple leal
There are running Shoes,
and running shoes, but
none to equal those with
the Maple Leaf Brand on
the sole. They come in
both Tennis and Oxford
styles for Ladies or Gentlemen, Girls or Boys, and
the soles of all are made
from pure para gum rubber
Maple Leaf
Lacrosse, Tennis
orRunningShoes
Look well, tit well, wear
well and are stylish, neat
and durable.
For sale by all good shoe
dealers.   Ask for them.
J. Leckie Co. Ltd
Selling Agents,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
SVNOl'SIS   OF   REGULATIONS   UOV-
illtNlNU THE DISPOSAL OF UU-
MINION    LANDS    W1T111N    THE
RAILWAY   BELT IN  THE jVROV-
liNCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
A license lu cut timber can bo acquired ouly  ut public  cuuiyoUilon.    .v
rental vi (i pot- miliars milo is ouaigti-1
tor all timber bei-Uis exoopt tbose situ-
atod west ol Yule Ior wblcb tbe i-ontui is
at tne rate ol Ii cenls per uoi-o por annum.
lu uilOliluu to tbe lentsi, dues ut Hi--
fu.lowinK rates are obm-geia.:—
Sawn lumber, HO cents por tuounuinl
ti-ot U.M.
iuiiw.ij- ties, elgbt anil nine foot long,
1 l-i* una 1 ii-4 cents eacli.
Mutigie bolts, 26 cents a cord.
All other products, i per com on Hi.
sales.
A license is issued so soon as a boitli
Is granted, but lu surveyud territory no
Uuioer can be out ou u berth until Uie
licensee has mado a survey ibereoi.
1'oi-uilis lo cut timber are also gi-unteii
ut public competition, except in llie cussc
of uctuul settlors, who 1-eo.ulre the tlm-
uer tor their own use.
Settlers and others muy ulso obtain
permits to cut up to 100 cords ol wood lor
sale   without   competition.
The dues payable under u permit are
jl.iu per thousand feet 11.Al., (or square
timber and sawlogs of any wood except oak; from 1-2 to 11-2 cents per lineal
foot for building logs; from 12 1-2 to -j
cenls por cold for wood; 1 cent for fence
pons; 3 cents for railway ties; and w
cents per cord for shingle bolts.
Leases for grazing purposes are Issued
for a term of twenty-one years, at a
rental of two cents per acre per annum.
Coal lands may be purchased at Ilu
per acre (or toft coal and tlio for anthracite. Not more than m acres may be
acquired by one Individual or company.
Royalty at the rate of 10 cents per ton
of -INO pounds Is collected on Uie gross
output.
Entries for land (or agricultural purposes may bo made personally at Uie ,o-
cal land olliee for tue district In which
the land to be token up Is situated, or
If tbe homesteader desires, be may, ou
upplicaUon to the Minister ol the inter .uiul Ottawa, the Commissioner of lmmtgiii-
tion at Winnipeg, or the local agent fur
the District, within which the land li
situated, receive authority for sums cue
to moke entry for him. '
A fee of HO Is charged (or homestead
ontry.
A selUer who hu received an entry (ui
a homestead, Is required to perform the
conditions connected therewith under one
of the following plans:-
(U At least six months' residence upon
and cultivation of the land in each year
during the term of three years,
It Is the practice of the Department to
require a settlor to bring is acres under
cultivation, but If he prefers he may substitute stock; and 20 head of cattle, to be
actually his own property, with buildings
for their accoamodaUon, will be required
Instead of culUvatlon,
(2j If the father tor mother, If the father Is deceased) of any parson who Is
eligible to make a homestead entry under
the provisions o( the Act, resides upon
a (aim ln the vicinity o( th. land entered for by such person as a homestead,
the requirements of tbe Act as to residence prior to obtaining psi.nt may be
satlslled by such person residing with the
father or mother.
(31 If tbe setUer has his permanent
residence upon (arming land owned by
lilm ln the vicinity of his bomestesd. the
requirements of the Act st to residence
may be satlslled by residence upon th.
said land.
Application (or patent should be made
at the ond o( three years be(or. the local
agent, sub-agent or a homestead inspector.
K.fore making application for a patent,
Hi,- settler musl give six months' notice
In writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his intention to do to.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of th. Interior.
Ottawa, ifabruray Rth. UK.
the iiinliracite mine workers snd
operators of Eastern Penntylvn ,ia
agreed to oomlnue tlio award ol lhe
slrike commission for another three
years, and the men will return to work
-is soon ns practicable, probably
Monday.
All iiiini-rs who have committed no
violence against poisons or ptoporly
will be reemployed, and no one will
be discriminated against because of
uny notivity lie muy have taken in Hie
strike movement,
This outcome of a dispute which
threatened to develop Into u lout-
bitter struggle nod paralyse a great
industry wos looked upon with cot ■
siderulile satisfaction by the coal mails
presidents! as the agreement entered
into is their lir-t proposition mndo
Barly iu Maroh and it reply tu Ihu
mine workers original demands, The
mine workers had liule to sny regarding the agreement, except that it tins
tho lest ihej could get.
While the compact entered into yesterday was predicted lust week, the
agreement, was not. reached without it
liuni struggle on the port of the miners
to get something more. Pres'd, ui
Mitchell, in stating to the operators
the action ul the Soranton convention
askedjlhat the proposed agreement be
made for two years.
THE CITY EXPRESS
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prompt deliver*,' of parcels, baggage
iitc., to any part of I lie City.
Any Kind of Transferring
Undertaken.
TELEPHONE NO. 7.
SEE
Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Tea services Kilmer Hots
Plates Umbrella Stands
Muskets Lunch Haskets
Cane Chain Sinuklnir .IncL-i-ts
Handkerchiefs Silk Goods.
GOLD FISH
Finest stock of canities and fruits in town.
Front Street, Revelstoke
RFGISUHID TRADE MARK
"Buck Brand"
Overalls
Within the Reach of All
If your dealer does not carry them
take no substitute, hut enclose Si.no
in an envelope, addressed lo the
makers, lor a sample pair, stating
whether you wish pant, bib or plain
overalls, thc shade and size, and
whether you prefer swell or straight
bottoms	
Vou will receive the biggest $1.00
value in overalls vou ever saw by
return mail  .   . ORDER TO-DAY
Don't be content till you try them.
Wm-J. Inciter & Sons
LTD.,
MANUFACTURERS
VANCOUVER,    B.   C.
V
damper
/||I1\\\\V. flown a "Sunshine"
furnace without getting
covered with ashes and dust—has a
dust fiuo through which all the dust
and ashes escape when you shake
down thc fire.
This heater is so easily regulated and operated,
and so clean, that it makes the entire household
bright and genial.
Sold by all enterprising dealers.   Booklet froe.
MXIaryfc
LONDON,   TOKONTO,    MONTREAL,   WINNIPEG,    VANCOUVER,
ST.   JOHN.    HAMILTON.
BOURNE BROS., Sole Agents.
NOTICK
VTOTICE IS HERK11Y GIVEN Hint 00 days
Ll days after dnta I intond to apply to tho
Mnn. Chief Commissiouor of Lands mul Works
for permission to purchase tho following described lands, situate iu tho ltovolsttike Division
if West Kootenay District:—
Ciiiiitiii'iiciiu'iii a post planted on tlio oust
Inini. nf the Columbia Itivnr, ahmit ono-half
mile north of thu mouth of Carnes Crook, and
markod "C.J.R's South Wost Cornor Post,"
thouce oust OO chains; thouce north &I chains:
ilioncewo.-t-.iO chains, bo the sumo inoroop less,
to tho oust bunk uf tho Columbia River; theuco
fiilinwiii*/ the moaudoriiiKs or tho Columbia
Kivor in a Southerly direction to tho point of
commencement, contuininy 480 acres more or
less.
Dated this twoiity-niiith day of March, A D.,
1906
Ap. 4 2m. C, J. RUMENS.
NOTICE
VfOTICKISHKHKHY GIVEN that thirty
1.1 days after date I Intond to apply io tho
chief Commissioner of Und-* and works for n
special license to cut and carry away Umber
from tho following described lands i—
1. OommonciliB jit a [lost about 17 chains
north and about, li'' milos from th- moulli of St
Leon croek. markod "H. Q, Robbius' north
wost corner thonce south 100 chains, Liionco
oast 40 chains, thence north Itk) chains, theuco
west 4l)chahis to point of commencement.
2. CommencinLr at a post alioiil ".Ochnins
north and 7 miles from month of St. Loon
creek, marked "H. U. Robbius'north west cor-
nor," thonco south So chains, oust HO chains,
thenco north 80 chains, thonco west 80 ohnlns tn
imiiit of commencement.
3. I'liiiiiiii'iicini: at a post about \'i chains
south and 0 milos I nun mouth of St. boon
creek, thenco west 80 chains, thenco north SO
chains, tlionco oast 80 chains, theuco south 80
chains to [mint of commencement.
Dated tlih 27th day of March, 1900.
H. (J. ROKHINS,
PerT, H. Shelp,|Ageut.
NOTICE
\TOTICE is hereby given that thirty days
1\ alter date I intond to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for special
license to cut and carry away timber from the
following described lands sitiinloil in North
Bast Kootonay district, B.C.:
1. Commoncinn ut a post planted oni- mile
west from  lho foot of KhihaskcL Lake and
bout 88 chains south of the Columbia Kivor
aud marked "E. McHoan's south oast cornor,"
Ihenco west-80 chains, theuco nortli 80 chains,
tlionco oust 80 chaiiif, theuco south K0 chains Ln
jHiiiitof comaieucoinont.
Dated this 14th day of March. 1000.
E, MeBEAN,
'I, Commencing at 11 post, ulauted on the
north sido of the Columbia Slyer,about2M
milos from the foot or Kiubaskot Lake, and
markod "E. McBoun' sol tti east corner,"
thonco north 100 clu 0 Llienco wost-10 chains,
thenco south 100 clmins, thonce oast 40 chains
1 the poiut of commoncement.
Dated this 22nd day of March, 11900.
E, MeBEAN.
3. Commencing til a post planted about *-i of
n mile north of the Columbia Rivor about 2'i
miles from tho foot of Kiubaskot Lako and
markod "E. McBoan's south west corner,'1
thonco north 80 chains, tlionco oast 80 chains,
thenco south 80 chains, thonco west 80 chains to
point of commencement.
Datod this 22ud day of March. WOO.
E. MoBEAN.
4. Commenolng at a post planted on the
north side of the Columbia Rivor, just- abovo
tho mouth of Cummins Crook, aud marked "K
McBoan's north oast corner," thonco soulh 80
chains, llienco west 80 chains, theuco north 80
clmins, tlionco oast 80 chains to point of com-
meucemont.
Datod this 15th day of March, IWM.
E. MeBEAN.
6, Commencing at a post planted on the
north sidy of the Columbia River about 1U
miles below the mouth of Cummins Creek, and
mnrkod "E. McBoan's north cast enmor,'
thonce south 80 chains, thenco west 80chum*,
thonce north 80 chains, thonce oust HO chains to
tho iHiinl of comnioiicoini'iit.
Dated this Kith day of March, IIKKi.
K. MoBEAN.
Certificate of Improvements.
TIMBER NOTICES.
Notice Is lioroby given that thirty days after
date 1 intend to apply to tho Chief Coramls-
sionerof Lands and works for a Bpcolal license
to out andcarrv away timber from tho follow*
ink' described lands, situate in tho Osoyooa
Division of Vale Dlstrlot;-
1, Commonolng al a post plnntod ou the
west bank of the norlli fork nf Cherry Creek,
about eight miles up the crook, running oasl
100 chains, north 80 chains, west 60 clmins,
south 40 chains, west lo chains, soulh Id chains
to point of commoncomont.
March 28th, I'm:.
.1. It, UACKKNSSIB.
2, Commonolng at a post aboul, oncmiartor
of 11 mile from tho west, hank of lho north fork
of Cherry Crook and aboul nine miles up the
orook, running onit80 chains, north ni chains,
wesl «0 chains, soul h 80 chains lo point of cumin en cement.
March mil. 1000,
UEOROE It. CAMPBELL,
3, Commencing at a post about ono-half
mile from tbe east lunik of the norlli foHc of
Cliorry crock ami about ten miles up the crock,
running north Hi) chains, west, sn chains, soutli
80 chains, cast 80 chains 10 point of commence
menl.
March :iO[h, Mill.
,1. 11. MACKENZIE
I. Commencing at, a post aboul ono-half
mile from Ihe norlh hank of Ihe norlh fork of
Cherry (.'rock and about twelve miles .ijillio
creek, runningenM. 10" chains, soutli 40 chains,
wesl llio chains, norlh In chains io point of
comineiieemoiil.
March :;mi|i, |n00.
.1. It. MACKENZIE
0 Commencing at a post about one half
mile from tlio north bank of Ihe north fork ol'
Cherry Creek uml about twelve milos lip Lho
creek, running cud bin chains, uortli III chains
west 100 chains south 10 ohains to point of
commencement.
March 'fni.li, I'.tntl.
GEORGE B. OAMPBKLL.
0. Commencing al a post about one-half
mile from soulh bank or norlh fork of Cherry
Creok and aboul fourteen miles un the creek,
norl b SO chains, cast mi chains, south 80 chains,
west 80 chains lo point of commeiieeinenl.
March 80th, limo.
GEORGE B, CAMPBELL,
7. luinini'iK intf ai u post about ono-quartor
of a mile frum the coiillueneo of lho south fork
of the norlh fork and llio norlh fork of Cherry
Creek und on flicsouth bank of said soutli fork
of the north fork, running south 80 chains, easl
80 chains, north SO chains, wosl, Sli chains to
[mint of commencement.
.March 30th, 1IKI0.
GEORGE B. CAMPBELL.
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THE REVELSTOKZ WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin,
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
BEVELTSOKE, B. O.
HOTEL VICTORIA
(Under   New   Managementi
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,   B:   C-
Kirsl-clits iii-t-,iiiiiiii„liui,,ii inr travellers.
BeBt brands ol Wines, Spirits, and
Cigars.
RATES   $1   AND   $150   PER   DAY
REE   BUS   MEETS   ALL   TRAINS
Queens /fofe/
JS   COMAPLIX
"yjBesLbrands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF  YOUNG, - -        Proprietor
LAND NOTICES
N OTIOK li lioroby glvou that nlxly ilaya after
I Intonil to miiily I" Hi," lilof Cmniiiliiloiior
,,( IjIihiIh mill iv..,1,- forporiulwloii tu pitrcluuto
tho followltiB diaoribotl laitils on tlm Culumbln
Rivor, Nuitli-WusL Kotitennyi
Coininotioiiig nt n nosi within two chaini of tlio
A. ,in,l li. railway Iim-, about , mil,-n,,rtli „(
Arr„iili,,,„l, innrki-il "II. IVoolioy'a south west
cornor jioit," thonco north * chaini, Ilium-,, ,-nsl
40 chnlni, tlionco smith iti chains, thenco ivosUO
chaini (<» iilaco „f coiinnfliicomont.
n.-uni March loth, iimii.
li. WOOIjSKY,
1','i-lV. I-'. (iRili-ii-. Aci-nl.
NdTK'l-', is Iicii-i,v given that sixty iloyi aftor
ilnti-1 bit 11,, .-,|,|,l> in Uie clili-f Coininli-
.sinner of Isiinlsiiini Work* for porinlllioll tniiiir-
,1ms,, III,, folhiwilii! il,'si-|-ili,,,l lailil. nil tin: IMI,llm
bin Ilivor, tfiirUi-lfest!(,,,,( ij:
Gommoticlng nt a post within two chains of lln'
A.niiilK. railway lino, about h mllonuu* a ball
north „f Ait„w1ii-:„1, marked "A. M, Plnkliam'i
Hitiitb wost cornor post," thonce not-tlno chains,
tlience oasl 4(1 cbalm, tlionco smith 40cjiains,
tlimii-t, west 40 olialui („ place»(commencement.
Dated March nst.li. mutt.
A. M. I'IMvllA.M.
1'or.w. P. Ogllvlu, Agont.
NOTICE.
i.i'hli-n Kfiuli' Mineral Claim, situate in the Arrow Lake Mining IHvisinn of Kootenay District.
Where I orated:—Af |*)nln Iur Mineral City Town-
site
TAKE NOTICK llrnt I, Kenneth L. Burnet,
ftecnt for Mrs. Kllen McDoiitfalil, of Nakusii,
Free Miner's Certificate No, B BKTO. intend, sixty
day* from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improroinonta, for
the purpose of obtaining A Crown Grant of the
above claim.
And further take notice that action, under BOO*
linn 87, must be commenced before the Issuance uf
such Certificate of Improvements,
Dated this 86th day "f April. 1006,
KENNETH I
NOTICE is hereby givci] Ihal sixtviluvs after
iltitcl ini.'ii.i to apply to tho Chief Coimnls-
dinner of hands mul Works for permission in pur-
chase the fotlowliiKiloscrilwd lands on tho Columbia rivor, Nnrth-Wesl Knntt'iiay:—
Commencing nt a post within two chains nf tlm
A. and K, railway line, obout three miles imrlli of
Arrowhead, marked "E. A. tloggau's south wesl
comer post." tlionco north 40 oliains, thonco cast
40 chains, thonco south 10 chaius, tlici -rvestio
ehains to idace of conunciireincut.
Dated March tilth, iiiihi.
Iv A. IIAQ(|KN.
NOTICE is hereby kIviui thai sixty days after
date I  Intend Ui apply in flu-chief dun
missiniier of Lands nml Works for liornilsalon to
purchase tlio following doscriliedlamls nu llio Columbia rivor. Nortli-Wesi Kootonay:
CniuiiieiiciiiL! nt ii post within two chains of the
A, ami K. railway line, -11 i  tun miles im-rili of
Ariowliead, marked "W, P. Ogllvlo's south wosl
corner post," thonce mirth 40 chains, tlience oasl
40ohains, thonco sontlMO chains, (hence woil in
chains io Ida f commencement.
Dated March lillh, tINHI.
W. V, OGILVIE,
.127
, BURNET.
VTOTICK Is hereby uivon that sixty days aftel
]}i   date I Intenil Ln apply to the ^ llilol Com nil
sinner of Lands ami Works for ponillsslnn to pm
I chase the ffdlnwinj! described lands oiithoCol
I inibia river, Norlh-Wesi Kootenay!
1   Commencing at a posl within two chains of tin
A. mul K, railway line, about two and a hall
j miles north of Arrowhead, marked "A. Johnson
I south wost corner post," thenco norlh 10 cliaint*,
1 llienee east -to chains thence soulli 40 chain-.
■ llienee wesl m chains io place of commencement-.
Dated March iiith, um;
A. JOHNSON,
 Per W. V. Uullvfc, A^enl.
NOTICE
NOTICE Is hereby given that so days
after date we iutond to apply to tho Honorable tho Chiof Commissioner of Lands and
Works for n special llconse to cut and carry
away timbor from tho following doscribod
lands, situatod iu West Kootonay District:
CominoiiciiiR ut a post marked "II. If ly Mi ami
0. H. Kirk'd north oast rumor post,' planted
about 100 yards north of Cussoil Creek and about
1! miles'from Mi>si|iillo Creek, thenco uest 40
chains, thence south 40 chains, thenco east- i'-'"
elmiiH, thenco north W chains to poinl of enm-
nicnccmciit.
I1EKT BLYTH.
C. B. KIUK.
ItoU'il ;."lh Man.li, 1000-
NOTICM18 HEREBY UIVKN lhat thirty
days after date wo inl end loaiiidy to lho
Chiof Commissioner of Lands and VVorks foi n
special liconso lo cut and carry away Umbo
from the followiiiK described hinds :-
1. CommonciuKatu post planted about two
milos west from Haiiuoek Point on Upper Arrow Luke and marked "B, 11. L. Co's southeast
cornor pnst," thonco north 80 chains, tlieie-i
wost 80 chains, thnnco south HO chains, thenci
east HO chaius to point of commencement.
'.;.  Commonolug at a post,   planted abou
throe milos  west from  Haniiock Point On D11
por Arrow Lake and  marked  "H.BL. (Sis
southeast cornor post," theuce north Hi) chain
thenco wost HO cliaius, theuce south 80 clinii
thonce oast HO chains to  poiut of commem
mont.
April nth, im.
BIG BEND LUMBER CO., LTD.
* P. BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.
HEADOKKICEi OAWARV,  Aliikuta.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Puckors and Dealers in Live stock. Markets in all the principal Cities ami
Towns of Alberta, liritish Columbia and tho Yukon. Packers of the Celebrated Brand
' Luipemlnr" Mams ami Bacon, and Sh irarock Brand, Leaf Lard. A
Central Hotel
/s*-^    REVEI STOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
Newly built.    First-class in every respect.    All modem conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1.50 per Day. Special Weekly Ratet.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
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LOANS NOTARIES
"SIBBALD & FIELD
HAVE
Houses and Lots
FOflSjALE
IN ALL PARTS^OF THK CITY
INSURANCE COMOX COAL
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REOPENED
REMODELED
Union /fate/ Restaurant
Mrs. McKitrick, Manageress.
Opon at all hours.
Meal Tickets Issued
Short Orders tastefully served,
Rates Moderate
GET   YOUR   EYES   EXAMINED   FREE
A large variety
of Glasses always
kepi in stock here
Tit -i pair on
—we guarantee a
perfect tie
Il you require
anything in Jewelry
1 \< here lor you.
A complete stock
1_ of the ritfht class
\J of goods,
J. GUY BARBER,   - Jeweller, Optician
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Besl Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $ 1 a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET    STOHSTE,    PEOP.
CITY LIVERY STABLES
Hack Service to any part of the City at all
hours. Rigs equipped for Sleighing Parties.
First class Single and double Rig;,. Express
draying and Transferring. Saddle and Pack
horses for hire. All kinds of job work undertaken.    Wood for sale.
Stable and Rbsidence   Pi>one 41
Hack Stand "    27
CHAS.   W.   TURNROSS,
Prop. 'I.
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Pretty Summer Shirt Waists
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(iui' Stock  is Urge nml Inm boon carefully
Ladies' Cashmere Hose
All wooli selling at 25c,  This U bargain, bought fnnn the inantilasturer,   Regular
I'lii-i- l.'ic.   Sow Belling nl -J,r>c.
"Boot and Shoe "Department
arc sii,,-,\iiig New Spring and Siimiuei
Agents (nl Walkover Shoes—best Iim  s
Designs li,,in tlm Inini iiuikoi'8.
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Millinery Department
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St, Peter's church, fuurth Sunday
alter Easter, Services ns follows:
Holy Communion at 8 a.m., Matins
and Litany at 11 a.m., nml Evensong
at 7:30 p.m.
Local and General.
The Dominion Oovernment will
start work on Monday nn construction
of a road to the Deutsohnian caves,
Tin' two men whom Chief Bnin
arrested under instructions from
Kamloops won- sent hack there yesterday in,,riling in charge of Constable Upper
We have received the Bret copy ul
"The liolik-n Times", published at
Golden by Thomas Conner. Tbo
Time; is the smallest paper ever published in the province.
Nicola sent $100 to the relief of tlie
hungry and shelterless San Franciscans. Kamloops scraped Up the
munificent sum ol $12. There is
nothing like advertising;—Sentinel.
In tlie presence ol his bride ,,l a lew
months to whom he was saying goodbye, Engineer J, J. Woolsey, of the
Canadian Northern was killed in Ed-
Ia nton -rn Saturday m,,ruing.
The Kamloops Sentinel says:—A
lacrosse league is now being formed
which will include Kamloops, Revelstoke, Armstrong and Vernon, It is
proposed to make the fee $25 and to
play a series ol games for a cup.
In order to see the beauties of the
moui.tains in day-time, now that tlie
double service is on, many passengers
stop off at Sicamous but cannot lind
accommodation at the C P. R. hotel
there so stop off at Kevelstoke where
there is more accommodation,
No, 1 was aboul sis hours late in
reaching the city this morning, having been delayed by three .-mal! rook
slides -■. ised by the heavy rainfall
between Revelstoke and Field.    The
e:..-ii,--r -a:,1,   ;'.   -.-.,,-   '.: ,   » r-ft ram
itormhehad ever seen in then... in- ' '""*-* *'■""■ Steamer 1{"^'*'-'*""   '•
lain.. 1'. II. shops, Mi.  Begbie,  the
A passenger Iron   San   Francisco, Look-out Point at Deutachman i    --
wh  wai m Friday's train, informed Clearing Si  wslide, Hotel Hovels' -.
ui the awlulness of the catastrophe to     , , , ,,   .
that  citv could   , ■■- describeuon     At a   1 '"«    '   "*'    '»
paper. Heiaid there were open chasms Council toe, nsider the approprinl    -
in several of the Btreeta and on Market Inr the year II  -,- t Ived      el
Clill'ord Sargeant, aged cloven, was
Ill-ought before K. Gordon P. M,
charged with theft. As the boy seem-
incorrigible, lie wna sent to tho reformatory lm n term.
Owing In a wheel of a freight I rain
breaking nnd throwing tho car right
across the truck at Salmon Arm No,
liii was luur hours lato today ns tho
wrecking train had In he sent ont to
clear tho track.
At the Y. M. 0, A. three physical
instruction classes have now boon
started nl the gymnasium nml arc
lining well. These are tho senior, intermediate and junior, They do regular wnrk twice n week nnd are doing
well.
A company is being organised ai
Kamloops to lake up Adams river lor
supplying power and liglil for that
city. Although tho falls nn Adams
river art-117 miles Iiniii Kamloops, by
menus nl such valuable natural power
tlm company could supply the oity
with light cheaper than the
council can now produce it with their
present steam plant.
Three hundred painters in Winnipeg went out mi strike Monday
morning. The demands ol the men
nre lor an eight-hour day in the winter
nnd n liine-liour ilny in the summer,
together with an increase in wages to
raise the mimiiimm pay to 83 1-3 cents
an hour and the maximum pay to I'1
cents an hour.
Madame Albani will appear in the
K, M. i A. A. Hall. Kamloops, B. C,
May 19th. Reduced rates will be given
by the C P. H. This will be your
last opportunity to hear this great
singer, as she is making her last tour
through Canada, You can secure
.-eats by writing tlie secretary W, ,1
Kerr, Kamloops, B. C. List for subscribers open until Monday, 1-Ith at
llln.m.
W. Bews has published a serii -
handsome Revelstoke postcards show
ing among other  scenes, Silver Tip
Falls,  Columbia and  Jordan   Pass,
McKen ie  Ave,,  First   Street.  Frog
street tbe street car raili " ri
like wavei ol the sea
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GOING OUT
All uoods al  the  RSI)
lilll'i,   STORK    •
iside $3,3110 lor street impn vi
this year, thc principal itoi
tin ri pair ol the wharf and grading
ol i roadway to it., construction ol a
new bridge over -loam on Third St.,
to give access to Calgary llrev- in - o -
cold storage warehouse, tho laying of
in 8-foot sidewalk to tho school, nnd
ither works.
Says the Enderby Progress;—"Never
growl because n newspaper fails lo give
every scrap of news, sn long ns yon take
no pains to give the editor Information, Wo have seen readers who were
much put out at times because we
make no note of tho arrival or departure of a friend visiting them, or din
local affair, or of tlie heaven-sent
babies that visit their homes over
night. The average, newspaperman is
not a mind reader, but gets most of
his news the same way the dairyman
gets llis milk—by pumping.
II. Mcintosh of the Halcyon Hot
Springs, has arranged special excursion rates between Revelstoke and
Halcyon lor a tare and a third for
Victoria Day, May 24th, the fare
bung good from May 22nd to May
29th inclusive. On and alter June
1st a special rate will be given from
Revelstoke to Halcyon and return of
$1.65 good from Friday till Monday
each week thus giving thoso anxious
In take in bathing, boating, fishing
trips an excellent opportunity of
doing so.
Social and Personal
Miss Thomas and Mrs. Wallace are
visiting in the city.
Miss Mundy of Three Valley is
visiting in the city.
Miss Paget has been appointed
organist at St. Petur's Church.
Mr. nml Mrs, Dudgeon of Oomaplu
enme up to attend the Ladies' Hospital Guild dunce.
Mrs. li. llylainl lell .Monday evening lor a lew weeks visit in Victoria
and Vancouver.
Mr-. A. Maolntyre,of Vernon, Ml'.,
is in the oity on a visit to her brother,
Fireman J. Gould.
Mr. .1. M. Kellie returned to the
city on M,unlay night alter a six
months sojourn in Eastern Canada,
J. A. Magee was ■■.. ., visit to the
- ii ■ • sterday. He informs ns the
telephone patents in which bi it interested with A F, Rosenberger are
turning out a wonderlo    iccess
I Si Andrew -
have the tickets oul for their enter-
laii .-.--. i iday --■ - ning next in
th   -■ -. .-: Hall    'I m   >,-.-
I ■ ;ll be tlie ■ r,,">- tbe
R, -- \: apron (ale will be held
during the atternoon.
1 he shirt waist dance he d in Selkirk hall last night, under '
1-,-s ol ti,,- Ladies' Hospital Guild was,
- : ■ • pleasure is concerned a de
cided success. About forty - i| -■-
f raced the lloor, A number
ors in,m Three Valley, Comaplix, and
Arrowhead, Buppi r vat - .-,', at midnight after which dancing oontinued
, o'clock.     The Han,I ,,relit--
tea furnished delightful music ond
were generous with then •-,,,. u |
although il"- evening l ll warm (or
, lam -ing ..ii leemed to thoroughly
enjoy themselves, Miss tl nun and
Mr. Wan km,llv played >•■'- u ind
Mr. It Gordon was M C
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Hold Grand Lodge Meeting
At the Grand Lodge meeting nt
Niiiniimo H.A, Brown and A, J.Howe
represented Hold Range Lodge.
The must important item was the
institution nf n (und lm* widows and
orphans, to ho under the jurisdiction
of the grand Indge.
It wns decided to meet next year nt
Nelson, the session to convene on May
II. An Invitation waa also received
(rom the Kamloops lodge The lodge
wired the San Franoisoo grand lodge
its sympathy ill its recent distressing
losses, both nf life and property, The
lodge also voted $100 in practical
sympathy with the Sun Francisco
brethren to bo forwarded to their
assistance. Some 25 P. Cl. C.'s were
given tlie grand lodge degree.
The Mayor extended to the visitors
the welcome ol the city,
Tho following ollicers were elected
for the ensuing year:
G, 0., Bro. Win. Irvine, Nelson; V.
C, Pro. Geo, T. Mallery, Kamloops;
G, P., Geo, Hammer, Grand Forks; CI.
K. ol R. & fi., Emil Plerdner, Victoria;
CI.M.ot Ex., Thomas Walker, Victoria; G. M. at Arms, 11. A. Hrown,
Revelstoke; G.J. G., Robt. A. Town-
Icy, Vancouver; G. O.G., J. Thomp
son, Cumberland.
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RATHBONE SISTERS
Hold Grand Lodge Meeting at
Nanaimo
At the Grand Lodge meeting at
Nanaimo the Knights and Rathbone
Sisters attended the unveiling of the
monument to the late John Haddow,
P. G. C At the session of the Rath-
bone Sisters the following ollicers were
elected: Grand chief, Ida M. Roberts,
Rossland; grand senior, Margaret
Neive, Nanaimo; grand junior, Minnie
Agnew, Rovelstoko; grand M. of R. O.,
Veno M. Collins, Rossland; grnd M. of
F., Cora Manly, Grand Forks; grand
manager, Mary Harries, Ladysmith;
grand P. of T., Annie WilBon, Nanaimo; grand G, of O. T., Elizabeth
Campbell, Trail; G, P. C, Laura
Cbappel, Grand ForkB, supreme alternates, Rhoda J. Pelky, lour years,
Vancouver; Laura Cbappel, two years,
Grand Forks.
CHURCHES.
Knox.—Services on Sunday as usual
at 11 a. in. nnd 7:30 p. m., conducted
by the pastor, Rev. ,1. R. Robertson,
B.A., H.D. Sunday School nt 2:311
p. ni.
Methodist— Owing to Rev. Mr.
Sutherland being absent Sunday the
services at the Methodist church will
be conduoted by Mr, Pace.
St. Andrew's,—Sunday, May 13, 11
a. m., "Jesus the Great Delivery." 7.30
p.m., "Two Points of Interest in the
Parable of the Tares."
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Business Locals.
Nothing better than " Our Special."
All kinds of sporting goodR at W.
Smythe -.
Toilet water, the liest makeBiitthe
Canada Drug Store.
Still a lewol those choice straw
bits at C B. Hume 4 Co's.
Pleases every Smoker the " Maroa
Vuelta.
HIE LAWN WAISTS
IEI CENT PUS
For the hot weather me here, and they are
beauties.     The very newest designs and die pick
nf the best line in Canada.
See the Prioes
We wore given a snap the ulher day and our
customers can have the advantage nl it.   These
prints would he go, d value at IHJc—but you can
havo them at 10c. per yard, and there  is a large
$1.50     $2.00     $2.25     $2.50
assortment to choose I ro111.
SIM HOSIERY
Our lines cannot be lieaten, either in price or
variety.   We have jiiBt received a large lot ol
Lisle and Cotton, hulli plain and fancy, and we
have a good variety in out sixes,
TABLE (OVERS
and Sideboard Scarfs
lu Drawn Linens and Open Embroidery—
some ol the prettiest ever shown, and thc drawn
linens are all hand work.   We will lie glad to
show them to you.
COLLARS
2 for 25<
Just opened, a new lino of the celebrated
TOOKIE'S COLLARS, all stylos, all heights,
from 1 inoh to i] Indies -all sizes 15c. each, 2 for
25 cents,
Why pay more for a Collar that is no better
and in many cases not. as good. We have Ladies'
and Boys' Collars at the same price.
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ARROWHEAD
(l-'nim (lui- Own (lorraipoiitlent).
Mrs. Bangs, Miss Tinglcy and Miss
Lo Sueur lelt nn Thursday morning
for Nakusp, where they will reside in
future. These three ladies will be
greatly missed in Arrowhead, particularly in All Saints Church, where Miss
Le Sueur has for some timo been
organist and Mias Tingley a choir
member.
Mr. Whitebread has rented E. .1.
Bangs' house and is taking up bis
residence thaic.
Capt. McLennan and family have
returned to town and taken possession
ot Capt. Forslund's house.
MisB McColl ha« decided to give
piano lossons in town and has a
numlier ol pupils enrolled.
WANTED
LOST-
A Gold Locket, heart shape,
containing a hoys' picture, some
where between Reid & Young's Store
and Lower Town. Fiudci please return lo the office nt the MAIL-HERALD.
Subscribe for the Maii.-Hi-.um.i,.
NEW SPRING STYLES IN CIGARS. ETC..
WHY NOT AS WELL AS MILLINERY ?
The Finf.st Mouth Gear In Town
Right I Icrc! Prices and Style; Correct.
Cigars,   Pipes  and Tobaccos
I )rop in and examine lur yourself.
BROWN'S   CIGAR   STORE
Pretty - :miner bats "New G.iods"
jusl in—C II. Hume k Co.
BROKERS IN GOOD SMOKE-
BROWN'S CIGAR STORK.
When you want the latest hook go
to thi I anada Drug & Hook Co,
Oranges, Lemons ind Australian
Apples at. C P, Home -'•' Co's,
Cain',,nun Cabbage and Ripe Toma
-i, n al I   B, Hume ■*■ Co.
II indredi ol new gramaphone ree-
Old, (,, choose Irom al the Canada
|,        -'or,-.
A lew n i,iy - wear bats at hall-
n millinery department, C, It,
il>.        Ci
-1,1 - -  we are agents
-  chemical, and supplies—Canada Drug a Book Co,
LOOK ol T ' SEASON'S EVKN'i"
DIXIE JUBILEE 8 ING ERS,
OPERA HOI BE, MAY 19TH,
' A lull line of lacrosse and tennis
shoes.    Call ami  tee thnm, C. B,
; Hume A- Co,, I.'d.
FOR SALE, THE LARGE8T LINE
OF CIGARS AND TOBACCOS IN
TOWN AT DROWNS CIGAR
STORE.
Just received  today a lull 11.18 ol
Crosse A-   lllnekwelI'm goods—Pickles,
Olives, Sauces, eto. at 0. II. Hume k
Go's.
GANIST   WANTED-At  once
for St. Peter's Ohm ch.  Apply to
.B. Paget, Peoples' Warden, or
the Rectoi.
0
TO LET—Furnished house-cheap-
' enquire P. 0. Box 232
STAMMERERS
The Arnott Method is the
only logical method for the cure
of Stammering, It treats tho
CAUSE, not merely the HABIT,
and insures natural speech. Pamphlet, particulars and refcreiicen
sent on request.   Address
The Arnott Institute,
Berlin, Ont., Canada.
III ME
Arrowhead, B. C.
Lands for Sale
(Crown Crented)
Tho following blocks of land situate
on Galena Bay, Upper Arrow Lake,
arc for sale hy tho undersigned :
kit 773 3l)5acreB
"   2445 210  "
"   244ft 41   "
For further particulars apply to
J. V. Armstrong;,
Box 776, Vancouver, B. C.
Charmingly situated on the slums
of Arrow bike.
Good Trout Fishing,
Bonis always for hire,
Sample Rooms in connection.
First-class house for Tourists and
Commercial men.
W. J. Lightburne, Proprietor
WANTED-Ily iiinn and wife, no
children, a furnished house
close to 0, P, R. shops, Applv at this
Office or Mrs. D, M. Taylor. Room 13,
Windsor Hotel.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured Tor nil classes of Imildincs
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All kinds nf building aud plastering
undertaken.
A. PRADOL INI, - REVELSTOKE
WANTIJD-An energetic woman
young nr middle-aged, lo act ns
agent, Liberal commission, Apply
at this Office.
WANTED, To Rent, Housekeeping
Room, Cabin, nr Small Cottage
in Heyelsloke.   Address, stating rent,
T. Pr, Mail-Herald Office.
WANTED—First Class Japanese
Cook wants a position, Speaks
good English. Reply tn HENRY Sak-
tmhk; P. 0. Hon 215.
ANTED  A  position   liy a Jap-
inese, either house work or out
of ilnnr work by llm day.    Apply at
the office of the Mau-Hkrald,
w
WANTED    Position   by  Japanese
woman in n familv-   Apply to the
Mail-Herald.
poll SAI.E--A Liuly's Bicycle,
r practically new. Price $80,00,
Apply ai Brown's Cigar Store.
LAND NOTICK.
Nmi ll K Ii I.M.M. nil,.h ilm ondays after ilnle
I inl It.. .,|,j,lyl„lli<-rlil,-f ('„liiiiii»s|,,ni,r
.11,,,,,I. ,i,,l W„.ks |,,r |i„i-inissi„ii l„ iinn-liiim-
Uw following desc-rllied lmi-l- on tlio "lllg i.,"ii;,-"
., tgn ;,,[ Arrowhead Mining nivisiini, woit
K ...i.-ii.i, lli.oi.-l:
i ..tiit„,'ii,'iiik! ,,i ;i unit ul i ten clialm Hiailli
ilti I- null nil Hi,.    Illll I.Hiff" wngoll nimi
,,i,i ntarks.1   r. M< Hyinona north unit tinnier."
 ,.,,. esil in ,-liioiis, (1,,-iiri, minlli (ii onnlni,
, ss vml I- ,-liiilns, llmni-e nnrtli Mclmlnitn
i„iii,t„r i'„iiii„>'i„',-iii,',ii.
li I Mv. Ill   IMS,
(. M, HYMONS.
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Hi-Hi lit-!,,Is, Animals, Bints, Filth,   Ku,„
MOUNTED.
Animal lings MntinM
P. 0, Box 81,
Htinlli,: III'I'OSJITK H. 0.
Ilevelstoke, B. 0.
DA I tN I O   snd CopyrlfMi
' olilnin.nl III all romitriw,
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney
Mticliniitail Attorney and Engineer.
Room'!, FairfloldlBlook, Granville it., near I'.O
VANCOUVER, B. C.
A postosrd will soon™ sn evening appoint
ment for .nose who oannot call during the day
Mill Property and Timber Limit
For Sale*
TENDERS will Iio roceived by the nudetsjgn*
ed up to noon on Tuesday tbe 15th Mny,
I WW, for llio imrclmse of tlie Sow mill and Shin-
5le mill nt Qreely Crook, lately opera-tod by F.
uliiui, and for Timber Uortli M, adjoining
sawmill, and containing nn area of about IU
si iiiare miles.
Tendon; for milt property must be separate
from tenders for Timber Berth.
Rovelstoko, May lltli, lww.
W. H. PRATT.
You Need a New Typewriter
We can supply you with a NEW
" EMPIRE." This machine is known
all ever the country for its simplicity
and good work. Call atjour office ana
see it for yourself.
Interior Publishing Company. Ltd.
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SUMMER TIME
Tel  96
OOOD   GOODS
P 0 Box 44
lluy your  lacrosse Btlokl   Irom
Smythe.
w
Corley's
Delivery
Is always ready for express mid baggage of
ull kinds to all parts of
the city and to ail trains
T. H. OOELEY
The season of the year when Coolness must be
suggested in all that appertains to a man's or
Boys' apparel.
You will lind in our stock of Furnishings
(looda a variety of everything at your disposal that
are well worth the having, and at prioes distinguished lor their modesty.
Wc can fix you out lor all sorts ol Summer
outing, traveling or for business. We have any
" Fixings" a man will be seen to want for wear
during tlie Summer months.

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