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and Soda Drinks
EVERY DAY AT
Bews' Drug Store
The Mail-Herald
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REVELSTOKE. B. C. MAY 9, \m\
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LIMITED.
DEPARTMENT STORE.
OUR   TABLE  DELICACIES
At this Seasun of the year you will appreciate, Ihis list of
TABLE DELICACIES. The market is destitute of Fresh Fruit mid
Vegetables and you will he able to keep something nice and lusty
on the table by watching our offerings :—
Crosse & Blackwell's Jams ol all kinds in Ulass Jars
Crosse ct Blackwell's Jellies ol all kinds in Class Jars
Crosse A Blackwell's Fig and Ginger Marma-
fi* in Glass Jars
Robertson's Pineapple Marmalades in Glass Jars
Crosse & Blackwell's Jams, all kinds, .in 4 lb. and 7 Ib. tins
Crowe A Blackwell's Marmalade in 4 Ib. and 7 lb. tins
Keiller's Marmalade in 4 lb. and 7 lh. tins
Climax Jamsol all kinds in 5 lb. Pails
Climax Jellies ol all kinds in 5 Ib. Pails
California Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Plums it, 2| lb. tins
Rajah Brand of Sliced, Grated and Whole Pineapple in tins
Tartar Brand of Peaches, Pears, Raspberries, Strawberries
»nd Plums in 2 lb. tins
Usher's Brand ol all kinds ol Fruit and Vegetables..!! lb. tins
Pie Fruila 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 MILI.INERY-SECOND FLOOR;
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores tt Arrowhead and Revelstoke.     ,
AWNINGS
Now that bright spring days are coming in, to be followed by the heat
of summer yuu want to keen your stores and houses cool and comfortable.
Tha Mtt Way to do this Is to secure awnings for your windows, and
order them from
L  A. FRETZ,
First Street.
J. A. DAVIDSON,
Merchant Tailor,
(Latic on* Chicago)
has opened up one of the 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.
Prloei Right
Work Guaranteed
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¥ 8PEGIALS FOR THIS WEEK;;
Youths' 	
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Special and Best	
The Very Beet Stlok You Can Gat
SEE THE PRICE.      .
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The Best aesortment ever shown in the City.   Eight Style*, j .
Twenty different shades. , '
PRIOH  PROM S8.S0 to 18,50 '
HAMMOCKS I      HAMMOCKS II
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HELD UP BY
THREE MEN
Imperial Limited Stopped by
Thieves ihis Morning Near
Ducks and Registered Mail
Sacks Looted.
The Imperial Limited was held up
this morning near Kurror, between
Ducks and KamloopB by three robbers.
On leaving Ducks three men jumped
onto the (rout ond ot tbe I aggnge car
and made their way over the tender
on to the engine, when Ihey held up
Engineer Joe Callin at the point ul a
revolver, made him cut oft' the mail
car from Ihe train and run ahead two
miles. They then entered the mail
car, which was in charge ol Mail Clerk
Mcljuiirrie, rilled Ihe mail sacks,
securing all ol the registered mail.
They then forced the engineer to take
them a mile and a half further, when
they lelt and took to the hills. Tlie
robbers n issed the express car, believing that tlie car they were Inking was
a ciiiiihiniition imiii an I express ear.
When they found their mistake thev
apparently did not have the nerve to
return for the express car, which, hud
they succeeded in looting, would no
doubt liavepaid them handsomely.
Special ollicers have been sent up
from Vancouver to pursue the train
robbers. It is learned that the thieves
made no attempt tu wake up or interfere with tl\e passeugerr. They con
lined their attention strictly tn the
mail car and swore terribly when they
found they bud been fooled us regards
the express. The hold-up modus
operandi was a duplicate of the one
near Mission a couple of years ago,
which was put down to Bill Miner..
A reward of $1,000 is ottered lor the
capture of eacli of the robbers, or
$5,000 for the three deador alive.
The following is a description of
the men :
THE LEADER—A man about 5 ft.
6 in., fairly well built, apparently
young, dressed in old sweater.
SECOND MAN-Height about 5
ft. 6 or 7 inches, about same build,
probably between 40 and 50 years of
age, shabbily dressed in old dark suit.
THIRD MAN-About 5 It. 9 in.,
slim, with red moustache, wore dark
suit.
All three had soft lelt hats and were
shabbily dressed.
Conductor Elliott was in oharge of
the train and Joe Callin in oharge of
the engine, Mr. McQuarrie was in
charge of the mail car.
NORTH OF
REVELSTOKE
The C. N. R. Located Through
Splendid Pass, 160 Miles
North of this City.—Construction to Coast Rushed.
Winnipeg, May 9.—The Canadian
northern has located a splendid pass
through the Rockies between Athabasca and Yellow Head Passes and
not more than 160 miles north of
Revelstoke. By this pass it becomes
possible to run a direct line from
Edmonton to Butte Inlet. Construction to the Coast will be rushed.
Reports from the Grand Trunk Pacific
indicate the difficulty ol finding a
a pass to come up to the high standard of the east line. This may result
in the delay of building the mountain
lection.
BAND CONCERT.
The first of the series of band concerts will be held Saturday evening in
the band stand, McKenzie Ave.,
weather permitting, Following is the
programme:
March .The Field Buglers. H.Bramhall
Walts, Characteristic See Saw
 Newton	
Southern Melodies Beyer
Waltz.. .Queen of Hearts.. .Fr. Toetz
Novelett Johnson
Scbottische Beyer
March Ben Bey J. Jeodogus
CORLEY'S DELIVERY
For prompt delivery ol all kinds u'
express and baggage.
EDMONTON
TRAGEDY
Murder of Mary Fortier By
Her Lover, George McLean
Edmonton, May 7.—Nut since the
l.ilgie trial has the city hnd such a
sensation as that caused by the circumstances attending the death ol
Mary *; Fortier, who wns lound dead
from the effects of poison yesterday.
George Molxian, who was will; her at
the time, and who hud also taken
poison, but recovered, has heen arrested mi suspicion thut he wns directly responsible for the gill's dentil,
That Mary Fortier enme to her death
by poisoning, and the evidence shows
that McLean, who was with her at
the time, was a party to bringing this
about, was the verdict nf the jury at
the inquest yesterday afternoon at
which McLean denied all knowledge
of the crime. Poisoned chocolates
were found in the vehicle, by which
the girl was killed. The girl, he said,
had frequently expressed a wish to
die if he would not marry her, which
he refused to do.
MURDERER ESCAPES.
Ottawa, May 9.—A daring successful escape was made from the Kingston prison by Job. Chalabran, who
was sentenced two years ago to be
hanged tor murder, but wtiose sentenced was commuted to life impriion-
ment.   He was in tbe insane ward.
ARROWHEAD
l-'rain our nwn Giirrcs|),intlent.
The basket social last Friday evening was in every way a success. As a
result, a little over $100 was added to
the building fund of the Presbyterian
church.
The congregation ol All Saint's
church are arranging for a grand concert on the 16th of May.
Mrs. Wbitebread and family arrived
Sunday from Kingston, Ont., and will
make their holne in Arrowhead where
Mr. Whitebread has been lor some
time past.
E, McGaghran & Co. have obtained
the services ol Miss Whitebread as
assistant in the post office to fill the
vacancy caused by the resignation of
Miss Tingley, who is leaving town
soon.
James Pitblado of Comuplix, spent
Sunday at his home here.
Chas. Young was in Revelstoke over
Sunday.
T, Ludgate and R. Gibbons are attending a lumbermen's meeting in
Calgary.
Wm. Parton is now local agent for
the Crown Tailoring Company ol Toronto.
On Sunday last the s. s. Rossland
made her first through trip ol tlie
season to Robson.
A little girl has come to live at tii c
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Martin and
family have moved to Comaplix.
J. Kelly has gone to Revelstoke aB
employment agent for the Big Bend
Lumber Company.
NAKUSP^
l-'iiiiii our own corrospoiulont,
Mr, W. Robertson and brido are expected home about May 15th.
Capt. Fraser and ollicers ul the s.s,
Kootenay attended the launching ot
the new s.s. Kuskanook, at Nelson on
Saturday ljist.
Mrs. H, Ingram and family expect
to leave town for Eholt where Mr,
Ingram is locomotive foreman.
W. Kirby, mate of the s.s. Rossland
is now in charge ol the tug Columbia,
The many friends of Mrs. Walter
Scott will be pleased to hear that she
expects to sail from Scotland for home
in the course of a lew weeks.
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FOR SALE, THE LARGEST LINE
OF CIGARS AND TOBACCOS IN
TOWN AT BROWN'S cjlGAR
STORE.
Our high quality ice-cream daily,
Bews' Drug store.
Nothing better than "Our Speoial.'
MURDERED
FOR GOLD
Two Chinese Miners Hacked
to Pieces by Men who
Would Rather Sacrifice Life
Than Work.
New \vi:sTMiNSTi-:n,Miiyii.—NcwboI
n terrible tragedy niuir Lillooiit reached
here this afternoon. Constable Mini)'
of Lillooet reported that two Chinese
miners hnd been murdered In their
cabins on the hanks ol the Kroner,
above Lillooet. The investigation
conducted by the constable revealed
that two Chinamen, Yen Hlng and
Full OllOW, had been living in cabins
a little distance Irom each other, In
ono cabin the body of the occupant
was found lying on tho lloor, terribly
mutilated. In the second cabin the
body ol the other man was found, undressed and horribly hacked and cut.
A hatchet nnd a pick were lound in
one of the cabins. They were covered
with blood. Doth cabins bore truces
of a violent struggle. It was apparent
from the bodies that both men hud
been dead fully a week.
No trace of the perpetrator, or perpetrators, uf the crimes lias been discovered. It is believed that robbery
was the motive fur the horrible crime.
Both men are supposed to have had a
good deal of placer gold in their
cabins. After coming out to report,
Constable Minty went hack to make
a fuller investigation.
FOLLOW B. C.
EDMONTON, May 7.—Plans fur the
capital buildings have been cumpleted
by E, C. Hnpkins, provincial architect, and are already to bo submitted
to the legislature for approval, lu its
main features the building called lor
by the plans is similar tothe liritish
Columbia buildings but hns some
manifest advantages in architecture
over the magnificent pile on James
bay.
-the1inesT
R. R. Bruce, manager of the Paradise mine ir. East Kootenay, returned
last week from a three months' visit
to Scotland. Mr. Bruce it now at the
mine on a tour of inspection.
The clean-up at the Eva mill last
month was a gold brick valued at
$4,500.
Silver and lead both advanced on
yesterday's metal markets. Silver
gained three points in New York and
two in London. There were no English lead quotations, but the American
price was raised by the trust from
$5.50 to $5.60.
The April output Irom the several
shipping mines of the Boundary,
while below that of March, owing
largely to the repairs being made to
some of the Granby Consolidatcd's
battery uf furnaces, Is still higher than
the output for either January or February, lieing uver 107,000 tons of ,ro
for thc 30 days.
The larger mines of the Rossland
camp, Ihe Centro Star, War Eagle, Le
Roi, and Lo Roi No. 2, have been very
successful in looating the ore bodies by
means of diamond drills, indeed, it is
now considered a necessary part of llie
i-qiiinient, of each of these mines to
have diamond drills which aro kept in
constant operation. It is lound to be
the most economical method nf prospecting. Encouraged by the success
of the diamond drills in the larger
mines, they are now being adopted in
the smaller. The Jumbo and White
Bear are now arranging for some
extended experimental work with the
diamond drills, and operations will ho
oummeiiced witii the drills on both
these mines this week.
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Danee, Supper and a general good
time le -guaranteed on the nth by tho
ladles' Noepltal Culld.
New Tennis Halls, llase Halls, Lacrosse Halls, Mitts and all Sporting
Goods sold at tho Canada Drug Store.
Oo net forget the danoe on the nth
by the ladles' Hospital Ciuld.
Wo still have lots of Wall Paper, nil
New Patterns. Tho Canada Drug A
Book Company.
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Pleases every Smoker the " Marca
Vuelta."
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BEWS' DRUG STORE
$2.50 Per Year
URNE BROS.
Groceries. Hardware, McClary's Stoves, Etc.
Onion Sets, Flower Seeds,  Farm & Garden Seeds,
Garden Tools.   A Largo Assortment.
Hollywood   and   Shcrwin   Williams'   Paints,   Oils,
Varnish, Turps, Alabastine, Muralo, Etc.
ur Stock  of Groceries,   Fruits   and   Vegetables,
is always Fresh.
BOURNE   BROS.      Mackenzie Avenue
We have left a few 5-Acre Villa Lots, suitable for Fruit
Culture and Market Gardening, which may be purchased 011 small
monthly, quarterly or semi-annual payments.
This land is situated within five minutes' easy walking of the
New Schoolhouse Site recently purchased by the City,
There will be 110 land
easy roach of the City, and
in making their selection.
available after this season within such
intending purchasers should not delay
REVELSTOKE LAND   COMPANY LTD.
Agents, Revelstoke Insurance Agenc
THE MAMMOTH
SELKIRK CAVES
(('. D. A. I,iu.,- iu die Calgary Borald!
The turbulent waters which for centuries havo made these caverns Iheir
workshop, forming and fashioning,
rounding and polishing the adamantine.rock, untrammelled by convention, unrestricted by rule, dealing with
a lavish or scanty hand at will, have
at length abandoned their work, and
curious man may view with awe the
result of their handiwork.
which dips at an angle of about 30
degree.-, it is necessary to descend
nine ladders and cross one limiting
bridge.
The ceiling in this place is generally
lhii, the greatest height being about
80 feet. Alter descending the tilth
ladder you come to a very large deep
poi hole tilled with clear water. Over
this is a beautiful archway ol smooth
solid rock without a crack. Above
the arch the roof is in the form of a
cupula. To the left, high above the
arch, are two oval openings—the lookout Irom.
THE liALI.EKV OK THK UOHS.
This   gallery  can  be  reached   by
Of these caves no two are alike, and 1 means of a natural spiral staircase,
to see one is in no case to see all. I Here nature plays pranks with the
Each has its own peculiarity. Wei stout, short-limbed person who aspires
see in theae subterranean chambers; to an upper seat. She has made a
walls of dull nsh grey unrelieved ex.- succession of pot holes in the steps
cept by form, walls of Butt grey with aj aud when she has her victim around
sheen as of silk, walls of dark grey,
rough hewn, catching and holding
points of light, walls of what appear to
be marble streaked in light g rev, dark
grey and white in parallel lines at
various inclines, circular often, sometimes wavy, sometimes ol a crimped
appearance, rough or smooth with a
highly polished surface—always pleasing to the eye.
It rather adds spice to the already
delicious aud appetising stew ol gout's
meat tu know that beneath the spot
where you sit is a large holmw chamber and that presently you will be
standing about '200 feet below the
place where breakfast has been served.
The bear steak, though tender and
juicy, is not sullicient inducement to
linger, so the hot codec is hastily
swallowed and with a "Let's up and
away," you seize your lanterns and
follow your guide.
THE UPPER CAVE,
which has an entrance under the natural bridge and is., good introduction
to the tourist as being easy to explore. There is much to call forth
exclamations ol Wonder, delight  ami
admiration until
Till: INFERNO
is readied. Peering into the dark
abyss the lirst thing you discern is
a mad rushing, tumbling waterfall,
strange liirms loom up, then as the
magnesium light slowly brightens and
penetrates the recesses ol this awful
place, revealing immense boulders
piled iu fantastic heaps, deep black
holes and crevasses yawning as if
lunging to engulf you, you  gulp and
shudder and at the suggestion of your
guide willingly retrace your steps to
the surface. After treading some
distance with doner.- and ferns under
toot and the blue sky overbold, you
presently come to
NUMBER ONE  KNTHA.VCK.
Here, i! you are fortunate inough
to arrive before the middle ol July
ynu will see hundreds ol huge icicles
many of them 50 feet in length,
Proceeding   through   the   entrance
tbe curve too far up to go back, and
too near the goal to give up she
broadens, deepens and heightens, the
splash of the pool is nature's laugh at
thc expense of a slip. One tourist,
alter an impromptu Imth, cried, "I
christen thee fat man's misery." Pot
hules, by the way, are circular holes of
various widths uiul depths that have
been hollowed out ol the rocks by the
action of water after years, ay, centuries of toil, In some of theni the
work still continues, while some rest
fnnn Iheir labors, empty, showing the
polished interior or full ol limpid
wn ter with perhaps a few round, highly
polished stones.
But a front seat in the gallery is
worth any cost, for us the magnesium
light slowly rolls nwuy the curtain of
darkness, you peer down, down until
you catch the glimmer of rushing
waters nwny in the far distailce. li,
seems to lure you to those dark mysterious depths and you scramble down
the stairway and with eager eyes scan
the galleries and passages as you go
along.    Here nature simply revel) in
curved lines in every variety of position, yet the true principles ol harmony ni form are maintained—the
■mighl lines iii the horizontal setting
nl the beautifully curved and polished
boulders laid neatly mid apparently
almost systematically, one above the
other, each projecting beyond the one
bolow, so a- to form one side ol an
arch: they incline in brackets broad at
the roof and tapering downwards ia
l,,,l,l curves until lost in the walls.
White, dnrk grey, and light grey
streaks stand, lie ur slant In parallel
line*.     The  w hole result of this hold
design I* variety,oontrast,harmony,
And now we stand in that huge
chamber beneath the oamp lire known
as
THK il'IHTORIUM.
A large cave with a roof slanting to
the ll,,,-:, along one side having a
pilch ol .iboul 30 degrees.   One end ia
lighted Irom above by no opening
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dbe fl&aiMbevalb.
prBUSHKIl WKDXK8DAY  AND 8ATUH-
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REVELHTOKE.B.C,
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
tnclullng po*tagc to Knglmni, lTniiotI SUil
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ADVERTISING RATES.
!., gal ."• li .cm- por lino llrsl Insertion,
cent*',- r line one h mlnusqiu ul Insertion,
Mi-1- iirement* Sonpnrlel [Iti linen inuko ono
Inch J, Store ,nn: -geitvml butsiiioatti uu
no.. ■ in-1,'- ;".'.'■' por iiu-li per innnlli,
I'pfforred iKwiUonc, :'■ per cunt, ml-
dltli -.-■*!.  Births, M.inii.',.- ami Deaths,
to   etich iti-i-iii \u iidverLUomonUi
cl lothu approval ol tho in-anoifeiuenl.
Wanted nml L'ondensed Advortlsoment*:
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public InterwL  t  minunloatloi - to Kill-
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.. lenco uU'iimi faith. Correspondence
*ho   . 1* brief.
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It.  MOKRIlS.ON,
DENTIST,
IOkkick:
.THK  NKW   LAW I'.KNl li  HLOCK,
McKenslo Avenue.
HARVEY, McOARTER
AND PINKHAM,
BARBISTHRS, SUI.llTTOHS, ETC.
Omens:  Imperial  Him;  U!"CK,  Kbvki.-
STORK, Il.C.
>!( iii-y lu loan.
Olllct-s; Revelstoke, Il.C; Kort Steele, II. U.
ligo. 3. McCartkr,
A. M. I'IMill.lM, .1. A. IlAItVKV,
Rovelstoke, B, C, Fori BUiolo, B.CJ,
J. M. Scott I.I..H. W. I. llrlRK".
nCOTT   AND  BRIIIOS
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BjVRBISTBBH,    OLICITOHH, K'i'C.
MUNKV TU I.'His'
Bom itous i-i'ii Molsons Dank
FirslSlreel. Revelsloke, B.U.
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DWAHD A. HAGGEN,
Mining Knginkeh,
(Mom, Amerioan Institute Mining EnKiut■• ru)
Canadian Mining ItiBtitute.)
Revelstoke, B, I).
Examination of and reports on Mineral Properties n Sneolalt-y.
■igenl for Canadian Metal Company, buyers
of zinc.md silver-load ure-.
7. ic and silver-lead mines purchns    or operated under lease and bond
Financial Assistance given owners and  prospectors to operato and develop
approved properlios,
the fltotMberalb
" l would  . - . earnestly advise thorn for
:   ■ -■--1 to order thlspaper to be punctually
n I ip, and to be looked upon ns a purl of
[he tea itjulpage."- Addison,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1906
DOMINION
PARLIAMENT
([Special tn tlie Mail-Hrsai.u.1
Ottawa, April 3d.—The now notorious
NORTH ATLANTIC   TRAIIINd COMPANY
has taken up a vast amount of time
in the House this past week, and the
net results to either side cannot be
said to have- been large. The Opposition made a most determined, in fnct
vicious, attack -n the Government
over the contract, by which the Trad-
ine Company was to receive so much
per head on all immigrants sent into
Canada fr, in certain sections oi Europe.
The company was lucky, conditions
were favorable, recruits were easy to
get. new comers poured in by thousand; and the Company reaped a rich
harvest. But it was a Grit oompany
apparently—nt any rate there were no
friend* of 'he i Ipposition in the scheme.
As a matter of lact the Conservative
Government had paid twice us much
per capita lor its immigrants und paid
it gladly—to its own friends! T the
Trading C ■ ,- nti ■ . .-. re ninny
onerous restrictions and requirements,
and so strictly were these being pn
forced that the Government had Wen
Investigating the matter and finding
some feature, ,1 the agreement wen
not being earned ul had decided f
i nee I it, Ti.i.- wai what the Opposition claim,-,! to desire nnd all they
desired,
lake it altogether il has I en
a w'E.U(Y WE .,:
iu the House,   More goi ig on outside
in fact. The Prince has gone and
Andrew- Carnegie lias come, bo whnt
with royalty and millionaire! the
capital hn" been busy, How< n r, thi
budget should make its apj uci
this week or early next and that will
liven matters up abit.
In the town of licwis, across the
river from Quebec, is a small peoples'
savings bank started some live years
ago to aid the wage earning classes to
savi aud invest to advantage. Tin
vnutre has proved most successful
and great lu-uelit has resulted. Tin-
idea is not a new one, it hn* been
worked witii most satisfactory result
in Europe and in the old Country loi
j-care, and thin experience in Quobeo
encourage*, the belief thnt it could he
worked with mutual advantage and
grout public benefit in Canada also.
Thnt, nt any rnto, is the ii|iinion nf F,
I). Monk, the Conservative member
l,u- Jacques Cm tier, who bus a bill
before the House respecting
IMU STltlAI.ANlH'o OI'HRATIVKUOCIKTIKS
uiul mu' result ul bis interest will
probably be llie rapid growth of u very
iinpiirtiiiil movement in the country
generally.
The development ol
Hl.UOTltIO ENERGY
and ils utilization iu the industries uf
tin- country is a quostlnn uf cuuslnnl.
ly increasing lnipoi'tanoo,and frequent
legislation seems to be necessary. The
Minister of Justice has a bill now be
fine tbo House which proposes to give
tlio Government aotivo control uf tho
exportation of electric power development in Canada tn loreign countries
and ol course ospoolttlly tu the United
Sliiles. The bill also contemplates
the control of the exportation ol lluids
und gases produced iu Camilla which
ure "iipnblc ol transportation by pipe
line and contrivances ol thnt sort such
ns petroleum, natural gas, etc.
Mr. Fisher's
FRUIT MAKKB ACT
has dune good service iu the lew years
it hns been on the statute book, but it
seeks tu denl witii a most dillicult situation und needs much experience and
actual experiment to make thoroughly
workable. Further amendments are
nuw being considered by the Hnuse
und these when they become law will
aid the good wnrk materially,
The United States Government has
declined nil loreign
All! 1011 THE SAN FRANCISCO SUFFERERS
nnd this of course includes Canada's
$100,000 contribution, The vote will
go through, however, iu case it be
needed Inter on. A suggestion has
been inuile that it can be wisely ox
peiidi-d in the relief of ninny Uana
dian's who have suffered sovero losi
through the earthquake. Upun Ihe
fnco uf it, this would appoar tu be an
excellent proposition,
•nn: blue hook
of statistics, issued by the Department
ol Railways, contains sume interesting
nnd significant figures, Not the least
significant is the statement that the
paid-up capital invested in the railways of the Dominion has increased
in the pust 12 ninnlhs by no lessu sum
thun $62,119,406 making a grand total
of the enormous amount of $1,248,666,-
■I I-l—truly an eluqiient testimony tu
the splendid vitality and progressive-
ness ol thc country. Every department shows progress. Nearly a thousand miles increase in railways in
operation, over $11,1100,000 increase in
earnings, 1,648,000 more passengers
carried, 2,800,000 tons more freight,
4,0*20,000 additional miles run by
trains, and with it all a marked do-
crease in the loss of life, limb and
property in operating the roads, These
figures refer to stenni railways only.
The electric roads are also growing
and are becoming a very important
factor. There is $01,000,0110 invested
iu them, their earnings aggregate
$11,357,001), over a third ol which is net
profit and the number of passengers
carried reached last year the imposing)
total of 203,467,000 an increase ot
22,777,000 over the previous year.
Some idea  ol  what these  figures |
mean can be cot by noting that this
increase alone is equal   to  about   *i{,
limes the total population of Canada,
and is almost as   great  as   the   total
number carried on the  steam  roads.
Equally divided among the population
it means that every niiin, woman  and
hilil iu Canada  would  have taken
ever 30 rides iu the electric cars di"-,
iug the year,   In  the face of such
figures who  will  venture  to ullirin!
that things are not moving in Canada',
RAILWAY ACT AMENDMENTS
Maximum Penalty for Intoxication Reduced to 5 Years.
Ottaw i, May j.—Hoik H. K. Emerson's amendments to the railwir. act
wore considered tonight.
The maximum pennlty of ten years
f r intoxication while nn duty  was
made live years,    It applies t n-
diictnr.s, locomotive engineers, train
dispatchers,   agents,   switchmen,    or
itherB persons having to do with the
movement ol trains.
Among other amendments was one
to com|Kil a railway to make connection with another.
Another amendment gave the hoard
ol    railway    commissioners  greater
power in ordering of safety devices at
railway intersections and In the mat-
tor ol compelling the riilwny companies to give accommodation to the
public,
Tbe mombers aired n grievance
against certain railway companies,
that ill the reservation ol berths on
sleeping curs prelereiice was given lu
passengers having tickets over members of parliament traveling on pusses.
As member after member made complaint, the discussion developed into a
regular Innlgi atlon meeting. The
minister of railways listened serk usly
Finally he promised tu have the officers uf his department communicate
with the dilVeront railways and find
out il this practice ol discrimination
was tube continued.
"II we find it so," he Bald, "parliament can easily remedy tho mutter.
Ill the meniitinie Ihe bill will remain
in committee."
AN APPEAL FOR HELP.
Clothing and Bedding Wanted
for San Francisco's Destitute
Mrs. H, A. Hrown is in receipt of a
letter this week from a friend in San
Francisco, appealing lor assistance in
tlie way of clothing und bedding for
tho homeless nnd destitute in thnt
unfortunate oity. There nro thousands
nf people on the streets of 'Frisco to
day practically naked, particularly
women and children, and clothing iB
much more needed there at present
than money. Those who can contribute any articles of clothing or bedding, uf whatever description, are
requested to leave same at thc homes
of Mrs. H. A. Brown or MrB. R. Gordon. All contributions will receive
proper acknowledgment through the
San Francisco press.
Tho O. P. R. have lieen asked to
transport these contributions free of
charge, and it is altogether likely this
request will bo granted.
Ten Met Death
A Btory is told by a San FranciBco
refugee which illustrates the effect the
earthquake hud upon the minds ol the
people. In one house on Jessie street
lived two families related to one another, six persons by the name ol Phillips
and six named Gillignn. They were
warned by the military that the building next door was to be dynamited
but were so stunned by fright that
they all huddled together and refused
to move from their home. The authorities blew up the adjoining building,
and but one from each family escaped
lenth under the falling debris. The
names of the survivors arc Qeor
Gillignn and Gaston Phillips, lads
about 16 years ol age, who are now
thrown homeless and destitute upon
the world.
RAIL AND STEAMER.
OIc Peterson, who hns been tiring
for Joe Neeland the past four months,
leaves for Revelstoke Monday having
been promoted to a passenger run.—
Golden Star.
Walter Hill, who lms been assisting
Herb Edwards on 10117 to push the
passenger and freight trullic up to
Leancboil, the past three years, is
transferred to Revelsloke and will
leave ior that point the beginning el
the week.—Golden Star,
Thos. Carey, C. P. R. locomotive
foreman, baa l*en transferred from
Field to Golden, wheie with Mrs.
Carey they will take up their residence.
LUMBER MAY GO HIGHER.
The brisk demand for lumber and
the scarcity of logs have resulted in
another increase in liimlsr prices, and
the prospects are in favor nf another
advanee, rather thun of easier rates.
Lui il«r is scarcer on Puget Bound
than in liritish Columbia, and ibe increased demand lor building purposes
in San Francisco will ititfen the
market -till farther, Logs are now
quoted at |8, |10 and   $13, according
t, grade.—Vancouver Province.
VEGETABLES
Will sell Carrots at $1 : Parsnips at
$1.20 , Turnips at 76c . free on cars at
Revelstoke.
L. E, Griffiths. Malakwa, B. C.
The Money Saving
Work Saving Soap
That's Royal Crown kind—
Hindi! in Vancouver—Largest
Soup Factory west of Winnipeg. House cleaning and
washingareeiisy with iishelp.
And the money saving is the
Premium System
llooklct tells what we give for
llovnl Crown Wrappers. Send
for it—Free—Also try the
Sou p.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B, C.
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.,
Ne. 26, Revelitoke, B. C.
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY
in ,„i,ii,-ii,„is- Kill ii s
nVlurk Visiting Knliilus ire
cnrillnlly nvTleil.
E. Vi. B. I'AUBT, 0,(1,
(1. H, IIROI'K, li  ul B. ta.
H.A. UUOWN, M.olF.
Kootonar LndKt No. IS A F,* A.M.
The regular meetings are hold In tho
Mii-nnic Temple,
nlil Fellows Half,in,
tin- tliii-il Monday In
i-iuili month at S
p.m. VisltliiKbrelli-
ron I'lnilliilly wrl
:aTJ?*, corneil
Oi A. I'HOCUNlKIt, BKCBKTARY.
SILKIRK LODOI, NO 18,1.0. O. F.
Meets everyThursda--
evening IndlilFellows
Hall at 8 o'clock
Visiting linithron oor
dlnllv Invited U> nt
tend'
H. MACnoNAl.ll, N.U. 1. MATHIE, Ski-
WOOD YARD
I have started a permanent Wood
Yard on Third street. With mv past
experience 1 hope to be in a position
to satisfy all requirements nf customers. Dry cordwonil kept In stock and
supplied in any lengths at reduced
prices for cash.
R. SAMSON,
RE-OPENED!
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FIRST STREET.
Orders for Beef and Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and small goods
will receive prompt attention.
Something Pure
It you are looking lur Pure
Honey we huvo just opened up
a consignment ot   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE  OOMB
in 1 lb. boxeB, or in 6 Ib. cans
"Guaranteed Pure."
OANNED Q00D8
Our Canned Goods are second
to none, and more than that
we "Guarantee every Can,"
HOBSON & BELL,
GROCERS, BAKER8 AND CONFECTIONERS.
WAH CHUNGS
Radish, Lettuce, Rhubarb, Etc.
Supply of Gold Fish on hand,
Front Street, Revelstoke
CKKTIFiCATK OF IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE,
CompUter Mineral Claim,
Situate in tin'Arrow Lake Mining Division .,f
West Kootenay District,
Where located:—Nearjthe Nceille*»ini tlie Lower
Arrow Lake.
Tike notice thut I, Kenneth L. Burnet, agent
for Annie Kelllher (Administratrix (or ttieenute
f P. IL Kelllher ileceaaed). special Free Miner's
I'ertirtcaic No. aZiS intend, sixty days (mm thtt
late hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder fur
a Certificate o( Improremente, for the purpose of
btalnlnga Crown Grant of the above claim.
And fnrthei take ncitice that action, under See
tion 87, moit bt commenced before the issuance
if inch Certificate "f Improvement*.
Dated thia Fifteenth day -d February, 1006.
KENNETH L. BURNET.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.  B.  WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Richard R. Copeland
JOBBING OARPENTERI
AND OAIIINETMAKKH ;
Mantles, Shelving, ,Nlnrn>   Doors, etc
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Third Slreel Rust, Itevelslukc
Uie
Halcyon Hot Springs
^Sanitarium.
Under the new inamigemeut|of
IIaiihy McIstiish,  Huffman  House
Rossland.
THK MEDICAL WATERS of Hal
cyon are the most curative in the
world. A perfect, nntuial remedy for
all Nervous and Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates on all hoats and trams, Two
mails airive and depait every day.
Telegra h communication with all
marts of the world.
Tbrms-$12 to $18 per week.  For
further particulars apply to
HARRY MclNTOSH
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrow Lake. B, C
Mrs, H, J, Ha.ibury Managrees.
First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes
'.urns Dintngroom Cor
Rnnijuets, Supiters, etfl,
Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE
Certificate of Improvements,
NOTICE
Peacock Mineral ('lam, situate In the Revelstoke HiniiiK Division of West Kootenay
District :-
Whore located:—At tatidard Basin, In the
HIk Bend.
TAKK NOTICE that I, K. Smith, Free
Miner's Certificate No. R S8.r>33, acting as agent
for C. J. Rumens, Free Miner's Certificate No.
II88-18*; O, E. Robinson. Free Miner's Certificate No. B88.W1 aud Wm. M. Saxton's Free
Miner's Certificate No. R 8648.1, Intend sixty
days from date hereof lo apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements fur
the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above elatm.
And further, take notice, that action under
Section 37, must be commenced before the
Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements
Dated this Second day of April, A.D.. WOfl.
Ap.i-2ra R.SMITH.
JASK YOUR   DEALER  FOR
"KURTZ'S PIONEERS"
-KURTZ'S OWN"
SPANISH BLOSSOMS"
UNION    MADE   CIOARS
MANU.ACTURED   BY
Kurtz's Pioneer Cigar Factory
ns. Cordeva St., W.
VANCOUVER. -   -   B. C.
Do You 7iv" yo"r "T
v II KK a 1,11  regularly
and " on time?" If not, kindly
notify the olliee at once, either
Phone 18 or by postal.
M.  J. HENRY'S
Nurseries. Greenhouses ti Seed Houses
VANCOUVER, B. C,
IlKAIKJi ASTERS KOH I'A'IKK' COAST
OHOWN OABDBN PIILD AND K1/1WKK
BKRDS. N'-iw Ti>I, nuw in Jtjy.k anil on Ui.t
ti ,„ir R-ronnhnu-'-s. -Ck ri'ir m«rr.t¥»nt for
tioni in .i-hIo-I |mv:Vs«';o. If he -lors not l>.no>
lin-n, wi: will mail SO Assortjyt. V [swlrfltj. of
rk-i-tahlJ! and flower «-M. lour own sslection,
uii-alilii for B O, ««Mnnsi (or (L00, HruuiUl
nrir-j.-s on yonr null, seeds,
11. K. (1KOWN KIU'IT ANIi OfflfA-
MKNTAIj TkKM now r.adj for snrinK
shipment.
Kltra nine .tites nf two and three y.nr Annie
Toes al (ffli.lK, per llll, IIXUH per l.(WI; III;
nard I'luini, $1 .(.1 eaeh. Kalian Prunes, two
yenr, line, IZVIIf) ner I'll); Huifar Crime, two
yenr. line, fVUfl tor Km.
Kull list, of other .took at regular prices. No
nitiense. loss or delay of fumls-nllon or
inspection.
define prlee ynur lis! nefore platting your
order,
(Jreenhoiisfi Plants, Klnr Wnrk, Ree ,-tiipplle.,
Krnlt IVkaRes, Fertilizers, nt/;.
ciTAi/Tom', rrtCF,.
Nl.  J.  HENRY
MIS, WMTStlNSTRR ("llll, viseni Vl:», s, c,
Certificate of  Improvements.
ITOTIOE.
Martha Jane Fraction and   Minto  Mineral
Claims, situate In the Revelstoke Mining
Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located:-At Standard  Basin,   Big
Bend.
TAKK NOTICE thnt I, R. Smith, Free
Miner's Certificate No. B SUA acting as ageut
for the Prince Mining aud Development Company. Limited Liability; Free Miner's Certificate No. H8M85. intend sixty days from date
hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for
Certificates of Improvements for the purpose
of obtaining Crown Grunts of the above
claims.
And further, take notice, that actum under
Section .17, must be commenced before the
issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.
Dated this Second day of April, A. D., 1908.
Ap. Mm, R. SMEW.
NOTICE
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that 30 days
after date I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special
license to cut and carry away timber from the
following described lands, situate at or near
the Standard Basin, Revelstoke district.
Commencing at a post planted about 1} miles
north of Standard Mine, and marked "C.J.
R's South-West Corner Post"; theoce north 1C0
chains; thence east 40 chains; thence south
liiochain-: theuce west 40chaius to tbe place
of commencement.
Dated tbe Second day of April A,D., lDtti.
Ap, 42.m. C.J. RUMENS.
NOTICE
NOTICK is hereby given that .'io days after date
we intend to apply to tbe Hon. The Chief
(Viminissiiiner of Lands and Works for a Special
""ircwtui'iitand carry away timber from the
.wiiitf.Wrrilwcl liimls in West Kootenay District:
I. 1 iiiuuiuiK'inn at a pout planted 9ochains
inrth from the smith west corner of lot No. 014A
and marked "A. I,. Go's. N. W. corner nost,"
thence smith 8t) chains, B0 chains eart, Do chains
mirth, 80 elinlns west to point of commencement.
D&ted Ibis stril day of April, 1900.
I, Commencing at a post planted 90 chains
north from the south west comer nf lot No. 614S
and marked "A. I*. (Vs. Southwest corner post,"
thence 80chains nnrtli, so chains east, 80 chains
-■ut li. -0 clmins west to point of commencement.
imtfl this .'-in! day of April.1 iwn).
ARROWHEAD LUMBER CO., LIMITED.
tuft
BUSINESS NOTICE.
I'OHMBNnSfl  AH AT MAV IhT.
Jnmes I Woodrow has timed over his business to the I'amre Moat Market, Mr, Brot,
Manager. All n-ncouutsdue to J. I Woodrow,
- .iu hi wild to Mr. Brot, Manager Palace Meat
Market my 2
LELAND HOTEL1
KAMLOOPS
R. Dowiwall, (liiriin-rli oi' Maud Hotel. Vancouver) Proprietor.
First Class House for Travelld& and Comnwreial Men
Newly \Built, Newly Furnished, and the n^ost comfortable house in the City.
CLOSE TO RAILWAY STATION:    Large SamRle. Rooms
irrfrr
E. J. BOURNE,-y
Boots & Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET. REVELSTOKE.
Imperial Bank of Canada
H-»ad Officii Toronto, Ontario. ,
Branches In thl Provinces nf UaniUilii. Alberta, flaskttehawan,
liritish tlnlnmlili, Ontario, QntbM.
Oapltal Subta-nMd - •4,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up • •3,»oo,oo*».oo
RoMi-ve Fund • ' •3,0oo,ooa>«o
D. II. WlLKlKi President -, Hon, B. .U-s-kkay, Vloo-Presldent;
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savinkh Dki'aiitmknt- -i)i-|xmits received and Interest allowed
at highest current rnto from date of opening account, and 00111-
pounded half-yearly.
Drafts sold available in all purls, nf Canada, United Htntesand
Kuiopc.   Special attention given to Collections.
Revelstoke Branoh, B. IB.—A. E. Phipps, Manager.
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEImS
i
For nil kinds of up-to-date 11 ml reliahle fiiriilluii'
and house fm nisbings go to '.]
R. Howson & Co., Furnishers
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorpnratsrl bj Aot of Paillamwit, 11%.,'
HEAD OFFICE, - -, MONTREAL.
VVm. M0L80N Macpukhsun, Pres. S. H. Ewino, Vice-Pres.
Jamks Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything in way nf hanking business transacted without'unnecessary delay,
Interest credited twice a year at current rates on Savings Bank
deposits, i
W. If. PRATT, Manager, Reveutou, B. C.
Maple
Tennis hi Iw M
Represent the acme of perfection in
athletic footwear. They are made
over all styles of footform lasts and
come in either Tennis or Oxford cuts.
For durability, grace and comfort
"Maple Leaf' outing shoes have no
equals-  Ask. for them at your dealers
J. LECKIE CO., LTD.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Delicious all&ne/
T&ble Sugars.
SOLD IH
21b Sealed J>acKages
BY ALL GROCERS.
•Paris Lum^and'^uftrDidBynd^'' ire manufactored entirely fronf
CaneSugdr grown on our own febtes. They ereabsolufel*/ Jwre.hrill&nt In
i ettwrance end possess su|)erior -sweetenln-g quallKes-.-fior tobfe use ftiey are deliciou?
THE B.C.SUGAR REPINING CO.t™.VANCOUVER. 8 .C.  c
mmmmmmammmmmmmm0*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm0m0m0mmmmfk m
fHE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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■
NELSON MAY
^ LOSE PAPER
Daily  News  not   Receiving
Due Measure of Advertising Patronage.
There ie great danger ol Nelion losing its bright dally piptr, the Newa,
It appears that at present the paper is
not receiving the measure ol advertising patnjnaM in the Kootenay capital
'   that warrants its continued  publics-
.' tion. If that is so, and there seems
no reason to doubt that it is, the News
I is not -receiving Die measure of advertising patronage which it deserves,
The diiappcarance ol the News would
be a loss to British Columbia journalism. It would lie hard, indeed, to find
a more ably conducted or more enterprising daily paper published iu any
town of similar site in the Biitisb
empire. Thai tbe situation is grave
may be gathered from the editorial
announcement in a copy ol the paper
just to hand. Thr, annouuctment
rum as follows:
"Outside the cily of Nelson, through
out the Kootenay and Boundary districts the Dally News enjoys e steadily
glowing circulation, indicating In tht
surest manner possible that a live
daily newfpaper fa wanted and that
the efforts ol Ihe Daily Newe to fill
this want are appreciated. But the
circulation alone will not support a
daily newspaper, and without adequate
advertising patronage its continued
publication oan only result io heavier
lose to the publisher. The main sup*
port ol a'daily paper published in the
city of Nelson mint -some from the
business men ol Nelson. If the
business, actual and potential, does
' not justify tbe expenditure in publicity
that will make Ihe publication ol a
daily newspaper a paying propoeition,
the right and proper course ie to discontinue the publication ol a daily
and return to a weekly or twioe-a-week
issue.
. "Perhaps the simplest solution of
the problem, so (ar as the Daily News
is concerned, would be at once to die-
. continue a daily issue, and were it not
. for the (act' that the circulation
secured by the Daily News is such as
towkmntan advertising patronage
that would place it on a profit earning
basis thai course would have been
adopted ere this. But with a circulation that gives the business men ol
Nelson aeeeas to practically the entire
purchasing public ol southern British
Columbia, and in  view ol  Nelson's
-•claim to bathe distributing point tor
southern British Columbia, it would
appear reasonable to assume that the
advertising columns of the Daily
Newe ehould have an earning capacity
equal at least to the cost ol operation,
and it is upon thia assumption that
publication is continued. Whether or
not publication ol a daily newspaper
will be continued much longer depends
entirely upon some immediate evidence that the foregoing assumption
is well-founded."
MAMMOTH SELKIRK CAVES
ICoutiuusd frum Piss Oil.!
under one ol the natural bridges and
through this opening rushes a stream
ol water, boiling, seething and roaring
at the entrance, but proceeding more
quietly, and at the tame time hurriedly, through the cave. The floor is
strewn promiscuously with large
boulders, giving the plane the appearance of uncompleted work. One tour-
tit who was a prisoner for tome time
In the canyon, made his way under the
natural bridge up the rocke, and braving tht surging waters, peered into
thr auditorium. Had ht known his
way he would have made camp by No.
1 entrance, rather than climb up the
slippery rope.
Returning to camp your appetite
whetted for cave exploration, you are
ntxt brought to
THE OUCli', 1AYE,
the entrance to ivh.ch Is almost circular and about tbe the of a nail keg.
Stout people need not apply lor admission, Progress is made lot the
lirst 200 leet hy lying, flat on the
ground and drawing the body along
by means of the elbows. When you
are just about tired ol this means ol
locomotion, you suddenly emerge into
a very high chamber, about 8 leet
squire, the molt noticeablt feature
about it being the perfectly level and
smooth floor. This is covered with a
thin sheet of water which is not found
in the chambers beyond. Here we
find pot holes containing small pebbles, varying in llie from a small pea,
to a hiekory nut. These are either
round or oral, highly polished, and ol
vrious colors, resembling pearls and
predious stones.
By way of contrail whin you return
to oanip, yi-ur guide will bring ynu lo
a vertical cuve called
THE PIT.
The mouth of this c.vt is sometvlmt
circular and about 30 feet in diniielcr.
At its entrance it it large polished
dark grey boulder uruiinil which are
several rows ul what appears to be
white aeipentiur braid. After descend
ing by a ladder about 30 leet and
following along a slope a distance ol
about 100 Ieet, your guide points to
what looks like a large rat hole. Here
you must secure a return ticket in the
shape ol a rope around the body-under
the armpits. You then throw your-
self down on your lelt side and feet
foremost, wriggle your body through
this hole around a right angular piece
ot rock and then drop—you come with
a thud into a narrow pot hole, and if
you have Trilby feet, you can place
them side by side. The rope is slack
ened and you are let down into a series
ol pot holes until you hsve gone about
60 feet. The pit up to date is bottom
Iris, it has been traced down some
400 feet and passes through one side
of the gallery in the main cave, where
its diameter increases to about 90 feet,
Standing on your narrow foothold
sustained only by a taut rope, a
smooth slippery wall behind, in (rout
nothing, below, deep dense darkness,
you throw stones aud hear them down
down, down, until tbe sound grows
too faint lor hearing, and then you
wonder what would become of you if
the man at the other end ol the rope
let go 1
And now again to the surface when
the guide leads you to the top of a
precipice and points to a black hole
about 40 by 40 leet at the lar side ol
the canyon below—the entrance to
THE MAIK CATE.
Ol course you want to see this latest
and greatest discovtry, so you take
your choice ol sliding down a one
inch rope tied to a tree, a distance ol
125 feet, or of being let down by a
rope secured around your body under
the arms. The intricacies ol this
wonderful underground excavation,
extending downwards to about 1,000
feet below the surface for miles (so far
it has been explored over two miles),
make it necessary to mark the way by
, d inn |i| i(
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Prompt delirery of parcels, baggage,
etc., to any part of the City.
Any Kind of Transferring
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SYNOPSIS OP RBGULATIONS OOV-
BHNlNG TUB DISPOSAL OF DOMINION UHND8 WITHIN TUB
KA1L.WAV BELT IN TUB WtOV-
lNCJn) 01'' BltmSll OOIjUMUIA.
A LKJBNSB tu cut timber uuu Im ac-
uuiieil uui/ at public i-oiuiwUtloii. A
rental ol K> per saimie milo Is climiieJ
(ur all timbor berths except those suu-
aleil west o( Yale for wlilch the rental Is
ut tlio rate oC i cents per acre per annum.
ln addition to the rental, ulies at the
following rules art uaarfeal;-
Siiwii lumber, W cents per tliousaim
feet B.M.
Hallway ties, eight and nine feet long,
I lit and 11-4 cents eaoh.
.iiuiigie bolts, a cents a cord,
All oilier products, 1 pei- cent on the
sales,
A license is Issued so soon as a berth
In granted, but In surveyed territory no
Umber can be cut on a berth until the
licensee baa made a survey thereof.
I'eriiiiu, to cut timber are also granted
at public competition, except iu the case
of actual settlors, who require the Uni-
ui-r lor their own use.
Settlers and others may also obtain
permits to cut up to 100 cords of wood for
salt  without -compeUUos.
The duet payable under a permit are
I1.S0 per thousand feet B.M., tor square
timber and nawloga of any wood except oak: from 1-2 to 11-2 cents per lineal
foot lor building logs; from 12 1-2 to *>
cents per cord for wood; 1 cent for fence
posts: t cents for railway Uts; and w
cents ter cord tor shingle holts.
I Leases for grafting purposes are issued
If or. a term of twenty-one years, at a
rental ot two cents .per acre per annual.
Ooal lands may be purchased at tit
■per acre for eoft coal and pi for anthracite. Not more than m sires may be
mired by one Individual „r oompany.
..oytlty at the rate of 10 cents par ton
of jMKi pounds It collected on tat groat
output.
Entries for land for -agricultural pur-
potts may be made personally at tht local land offlct for tut district In which
the land to be taken up it situated, or
if the homesteader duties, he may, on
aiiplicaUon to tht Minister ot the interior
at Ottawa, the Commissioner ot Immlgrt-
tlon at Wlanlptg, or tht locali anat.for
tht District, within which the land It
situated, receive authority for tome ont
to make entry for Um. i ,
A fee of 110 U charged for homestead
entry.
A settler who has received an entry foi
a homestead. It rtqulrtd to perform tht
condlUont connected therewith under one
of Che foUowlai plane!-       , I
til At least ill months' residence upon
and cultivation ol tht land Ul each year
during the term of thnt years.
It It the practice of tht Department to
require a settler to bring li acres under
cultivation, but it he prefers be may tub-
ttltute ttock; anl 10 head of oaltlt, to be
actually hit own property, with bullalngt
for their accommudaUon, will be required
Instead of culUvatlon,
(21 If the father (or mother, If tht father It deceased) of any person who Is
eligible to make a homtttttd tatry under
tht provisions of tht Aot, resides upon
a farm In tht vicinity of tht land entered for by tuch person as a homtttttd,
tht rtdttlrtmtata of the Act as to residence prior to obtaining pattit may bt
tttlifled by such person raiding with tht
father or mother.
(3) If tht tttUer hat hu permanent
residence upon farming land owned by
him In the vicinity of nil homettetd, the
requirement, of tht Act u to residence
may bt satlilttd by residence upon tat
stld land.
AppUcttlon for pattnt should bt atsle
tt the end of three yetrt before tht loetl
agent, sub-agent or a homestead IfM-ate-
Before making application for a patent,
the settlor must glvt tig monthi' notice
in wrlUng to uit Commlssiontr of Dominion Unas at Ottawa, of kit Intention to le it.     _
W. W, OOBT,
Deputy Mli-ijs.tr ef Ihi Interior.
Ottawa, Kbruray MUX IM.
snioll cairns of Ktono.--, else yon would
lnse your way in the many tunnels
out like n fretwork in every direction
Cougar Creek Howl into Ibis cave and
lenic.
The first large room. 2110 feet from
theeiiiiiiiici-, is netirl.V 200 feet in
height nud 711 In width, and hns a
natural skylight. Farther on caverns
much higher tlini these nre found,
hut it is impossible to estimate their
height, ihe lost ol iirtilii'in lights not
being able to pierce tbe intense darkness. In mnny plnces tho walls are
covered with encrustations ol carbonate ol lime, having the appearance of
a cnulillower head and of n rich cream
color, toning and softening the natural darkness and responding to our
candle and magnesium lights like
thousands ol sparkling diamonds.
These patches ol calsite are in some
places about 100 by 300 feet, with a
thickness of teveral inches. Here, too,
are lound stnlactites. some a few inches
in length, others reaching down and
merging into thc rocks below, forming
solid pillars, some transparent, others
white, while ngain they are found in
clusters in irregular contorted shapes
like bunches of wriggling worms. And
here weariness nnd hunger force you
to turn back, promising yourself at
least a wlu.le day lo explore this, the
most interesting place of nil the caves
Sn far the mean, of reaching these
underground passages are crude, but
they are hy no means either difficult
or dangerous, even for a woman. We
must hear in mind that Mr. Deutschman made this discovery only in the
fall uf 1904, and that all the work he
has performed has been done unaided
and shows an uio,,not. of tedious labor
that would surprise any, mly.
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
Plates
llnskets
Cane Cluln
Handkerchiefs
Klownr Pots
Umbrella Stands
Lunch Baskets
Smoking Jackets
Silk Hoods,
GOLD FISH
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whether you wish pant, bib or plain
overalls, Ihe shade (tnd size, and
whether you prefer swell or straight
bottoms	
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Furnaci
The "Suwhme" furnace and     /V//Mf^&''A^
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The coM, dreary winter days can
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Is easier to operate, cleaner, uses loss fuel und
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Two shaken are used to shake the heavy, triangular-
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the old one-shaker style.
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Hotel.
CHIEF  YOUNG,
Proprieto,
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt fiO Hays
days after date I intend to apply tn the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase the following described lands, situate in the Revelstoke Division
of West Kootenay District:—
Commencing at a pout planted on the enst
hank of the Columbia River, about one-half
mile north of the mouth of Carnes Creek, und
marked "C.J.R's South West Corner Post,"
thenoe east 60chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 60 chains, be the same more or less,
to the east bank of tha Columbia River; thonce
following the meanderings of the Columbia
River in a Southerly direction to the point of
commencement, containing 480 acres moro or
less.
Dated this twenty-ninth day of Mnrcli, A.D.,
1906.
Ap.4 2m. C.J. RUMENS.
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thirty
dnys after date I intend to apply to the
Chief ('omniisaioner of Lands unci Works for a
special license to cut and carry uwny timber
from the following described lauds :—
1, Commencing nt a post nbout 17 chains
north and about 8l< miles from the mouth of St
Leon creek, marked "H. G. Robbius' uortli
west corner " thenoe south ltm chains thenco
east W chains, thence north ltW chaius, thenco
west Wchains to poiut of commencement.
2. Commencing at a post about oO clmins
nnrtli and 7 miles from mouth of St. Leon
creek, marked "H. G, Robbius' north west corner," thence south 80 chains, east 80 chains,
thouce north 80 chains, thence wost 80 chains to
point of commencement.
'A. CommenoiuK at a i>ost about Iii clmins
soutli and 6 miles from mouth of St. Leon
creek, thence west 80 cluiius tlionco north 8(1
chains, theuce enst 80 chains, thence south 80
chaius to poiut of commencement.
Dated this 27th day of March, WOO.
H, G. BOBBINS,
PerT,H,8help,l Agent.
NOTICE
VTOTICE Is hereby slven Hint thirty day
l\ after date I intond Ui ninily t,» the Chief
Commissioner iifLiuuls and works fnr spocinl
lieeuse tn cut und curry away tlmlier from the
following described luiiils sitimted In North
Kusl KiKitcnay district, 1). (1,1
1. Commencing at a isisl |,l„i,t,',l nu,' mile
wesl from thc foot „I Kinbnskct Lnko und
iihnut .1.1 chains south ul the Columbia Hirer
uiul mnrked "K. McBeuu's smith east cornor,"
tlience west SU oliulus, thence north 811 chains,
Ihence enst sn cliuini, theuco south mi chains In
mint of commencement.
Dated this Uth day uf Mnrch, mil.
E. McllEAN.
2. Commencing nt u poat planted un tho
urth sido of the Colnuibiii Itivnr. iiliuul V,
dies from the font nf Klnlntsket Luke, nnd
marked "E. Mclloau's south onst corner,"
thouce uortl. UUI clmins, thonco west HI ohnlns.
thenco south UK) chnlns, thence enst KI elinlns
tn the point ot commoncement.
Dntod this Suil duy nf Mnrch, 1W0.
E. MeBEAN.
:(. Coinnienciug ut n tmst planted about U nl
a mile north uf tlio Columbia River iilmut li1 j
miles frum the foot of Kinbusket Lake mul
markod "E. McBenn's south wost enrnor,"
tlience nurth 80 ehains, thenco east HI clmiiis,
thenco south 811 chains, thonco wost 81) ohnlns to
isiint „f commencement.
Dale,! this End day af March. ISM.
R, McllEAN.
I. Commencing at a post planted on tlio
north side of the Columbia River, just abovo
the month ol Cummins Creek, and mnrked "E.
McBean's north east corner," thenco soutli 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence north 811
chains, thenoe east 80 clmins tu point nf commencement.
Dated this 15th day ol March, 1906.
E. MeBEAN.
5, Commencing at a post pluntod on tho
north side ol the Columbia Hlvor about IM,
miles below the mouth ol Cummins Creek, and
marked "E. McBeim. north east corner,"
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 ohnlns, thence enst 80 chnlns to
the point nf commencement.
Dated this lllth day of March, 1906.
E. MeBEAN.
Certificate of Improvements.
IsTOTICE.
(lolden Kft|(1e Mineral claim, situate In tlie Arrow Lake Mining Division nf Kontunay Dlstriel,
Where located:-AdJnlnIng Mineral City Town-
ilte.
TAKE NOTICK that I, Kennotli I,. Bunrnt,
aient fnr Mrs. Ellen McDuiigald, of Nakusp,
Free Miner's Certificate Nn, 110620(1, Intend, sixty
dan from the date hereof, to apply to tho Mining
Becorder for a Certificate <d ImproTeninnti, for
thepurnme of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claim.
And further take notice that action, under section 87, mint Iw commenced before the WHiiance of
Mich Certitlcato of Improvemtnti.
Dated thin 26th day of April, 1000.
JI7 KENNETH L. BURNET.
TIMBER NOTICES.
Notice is hereby given that thirty dnys after
date I intend lo apply to the Chief fommls-
sioncrof Lauds and Works for a special licenMi
to cut and earrv away timber from tbe follow
ing described lands, situate In tbe Osoyoos
Division ol Yale Dlstrlct:-
1. Commencing at a post planted on thc
west bank of tho north fork of Cherry Creek,
about eight miles un tho creek, running cast
100 chains, north 80 chains, west Wl ohains,
south 40 chains, west 10 chains, south 40 chains
to point of commoncement,
March 28th, 11)06.
J, B. MACKENZIE.
2. Commencing at a post about onci-jimi'lcr
of a mile from the west bank of the north fork
of Cherry Creek and about nine miles up the
creek, running mist, si chains, north so chains,
west 80 chains, south 80 chains to point of commencement.
March 29th, 1906.
GEORGE B. CAMPBELL,
3. Commencing nt a post about one-half
mile from thc cast bank of tho north fork of
Cherry creek and about ten miles up the creek,
running north 80 chains, west 80 chains, south
80 chains, cast 80 chains to point of commencement.
March mil h. 1000.
J, It. MACKENZIE.
4. ('ommenclng at a post nimul, one-half
mile from the north hank or the north fork of
Clii'i-ry Creek and about twelve miles ,ipthe
creek, running cast Itin chains, smith 40 chains,
west Uio chains, nortli 10 chains lo point of
commencement.
March :«lth, VW.
J. ll. MACKENZIE
.i, Commencing at a post about one-half
mile from the north bank of the north fork of
Cherry Creek and about twelve miles up the
creek, running east 160 chains, north 40 chains,
west 160 chains, south 40 chains lo point of
commencement.
March 'Mh, l.Mi.
GEORGE B. CAMPBELL,
li. Commencing al a post about one-half
mile from south bank of north fork of Cherry
Crook and about fourteen miles up lho creek,
north 80 chains, east 80 chains, soutli 80 chains
west 80 chains to point of commencement,
.Match Wh, miNI.
GEORGE B.CAMPBELL.
7. Common-dug nt a post about ono-quartci'
of a mile from lho conflnotice uf the south fork
of the north fork and the north fork of Cherry
(-reek aud on I lie south bank of said soulh fork
of Ihu north fork, running soulli Sti chains,-east
80 chains, nortli so chnlns, west 80 chains to
point of commencement.
March mil h. liuni.
GEORGE 11. CAMPBELL
LAND NOTICES
NOTICE In hereby given that sixty days after
I Intend tn apply tn the < hief CommiBalonor
nl Luiiils nml Wiirks fnr pei'inlssinii In piiieliiise
lln-t'.illiiiiiim described lauds nn tlie Columbia
Kivi'r.Norlh-Wesl K.mteiiay:-
Comniencing at- a post within two chains uf the
A, ami K. railway line, abuut a mile north of
Arrowhead, marked "D, HUolsey's south west
corner post," thence nnrlh 4u clmins, theuce east
4ii chains, tlience smith 40 chaius. tlience west-to
hiiins tn place nf commencement.
Dated Maroh iiith, iikkj.
I). WOOLHEV.
I'erW. P, Ogllvlo. Agent.
VIOTICI'. is hsiebv given thnt sixly clays after
1\ date I iiiti'inl In tipnly In the Chief CnunilM-
sicmer of Lands ami Works for permission in purchase the luilnniii'j described hunts <m the Colum-
bia River, Nnrlli-West Kciiittmay;
Commencing at a unsl within Iwn chains of the
A. and K. railway line, about a mile anil a half
north nf Arrowhead, marked "A. M, I'inkham's
south west comer pnst," thence north 40 clmins,
thence east 40 chains, thence smith 4U chains,
I hence west 40 ehains to place of cnmmcnctniienl.
Dated March lUth, 1000.
A. M. PINKHAM,
      Per w. R Ogllvle, Agent.
VfOTICK is hereby given that aixtyday< after
il i^Mi'I iiiti'inl tn apply to the Chief Cmiimis-
sinner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following described lands on the Columbia river, North-west Kootenay: -
Commencing at a pnst within two chains of tin-
A. and K. railway line, about three miles mirth of
Arrowhead, marked "K. A. Ilaggen's snulli west
corner post." thence mirth 40 chains, thence catt
40 chains, theuce south 40 chains, thence uest40
chains to place of cnmiiieiicemeiit,
Dated March 10th, lift).
K. A. IIAUUKN.
NOTICE is hereby "given tliat aixty days after
date I Inlcmltn apply tn the Chief Com-
niisiiiineriif Land-* ami Works for iieimi.i-ii.ii i<>
purchase the following described lamhnii the Col
uiubla river. North-West Kootenay:-
Commencing ut a post within Lw» chains nf the
A. and K. railuuy line, aboul two mlle.i norlli uf
Arrowhead, marked "W. K. Oflllvlo'B lotlttl wesl
corner post," theuce north -m chains, llienee eail
40 ehains, thonce south 40 chains, thenco west li)
chains to place uf eoimiioiictmieiil.
Dated March lllth, 1006,
W. F. OQILVIK.
NOTICE
\TOTICE Is hereby given that 80 days
ll alter date we lutend to apply to tlio Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol Lneds and
Works for a speoial lioense to out nnd carry
sway timbor Irom the following described
lands, situated In West Kootenay District:
Commencing at a post marked "It. myth anil
(', 11. Kirk's north east corner pust," planted
almul llll yards north ol Ciisswi Creek nml ah,,,it
11 miles from Mosquito Creek, thence west It
chains, thence south III elinlns, thence cust mu
chains, thence north hi chains tn point id commencement,
BKHT lil.VTH.
C. B. KIRK.
Dale,! IDtll March, lDOc*.
VfOTIOE Is hereby glum Unit sixty dnys nil,-i
111 ilnte 1 Intenil tu apply lollinl'lili-f I'nniini-
slniu'r il hnnds uml U'urks fnr piirmlsslnn t<> purr-nut the fulluwing ilesi-rils-il luiiils „nlli„l'„l
u-nhla river, North-West Knntenny:-
Commencinii at a post within tivi, clmins nl II,,-
A.amlK, railway line, almut two nml shall
miles nnrtli of Arrowhead, marked "A. Jotipiotl -
south west curlier post," tlience north 10 chain -,
thenco east (11 chains, thence smith in chain,,
tiiiince west 40 chains I,, pln,-<< u( i-nuiincui-einent.
Dated March mill, li««.
A. JUIINMIIN,
Per W. K. Ogl'vic Agonl.
I
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thlny
. , daya after date wo Intend loaimly to tho
Chief Coininlfwlonor of Lands and V\ orks for a
speoial liconso to cut and carry nway Umber
from tho following described lands :--
1, Commencing at a post planted nlsmttwn
miles west from Hanuork Point ou Uppor Arrow Lake and marked "II. B. L. (Vs wmihen-t
cornor tmst," thenoe north 80 chains, thonce
west 80 chains, thonce south 80 chains, theuco
east 80 chaius to point of commencement.
2. Commonclug at n post planted nbout
threo miles wost from IlnnnooV Point on I>
per Arrow Lake and markod "B.BL. 0*
southeast corner post," thonce north 80 chnli
thonce west 8(1 chains, thenco south 80 chnii ,
thenco nio-1 80 chains to point of comment "■
m«it.
April 17th,1908.
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Large Sample Rooms.
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Hack Service to any part of the City at all
hours. Rigs equipped for Sleighing Parties.
First class Single and double Rigs. Express
draylng and Transferring. Saddle and Pack
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when it was directly opposite thc
baggage room, and was completely cut
in two.
Social and Personal
.1. E. Taylor arrived t his week Irom
nn extended trip to England.
Miss Hiirn Smith is visiting Rovel-
stake at present, the guest ol Mis. A.
Y. Anderson, McKonnio Avenue,
Mrs, II, A. Bourne and Mr, A. Miller
nre here lor a short wh ilo belore going
to Alberta lor the summer. Thoy
arrived from California und saw
traces along the wny ol the terrible
eurtliqiiiiki' which happened there.
Business Locals.
■ I j   n I    the council will not be behind  other
Local and benerai.;"™"b ■■■ ^^^s ■» m* ** *>«m «
posiilile.
i    About  ID o'clock Sunday night, a
,1. Mathie has one ol the prottiestl man by the name ot B.  Murtino, an
and best kept guldens in the city.        Italian, walking down the platform ol
A $600,000 smelter und refinery will
be built at Cobalt, Out., this summer.
There was u slight lull ol snow
throughout Manitoba on Saturday
lust.
.1. Shaw has u line showing of double
tulips in his garden, and bus early
potatoes well advanced.
James Dunsmuir, the former Premier of the Province, lms offered to endow a Biitisn Columbia University to
the extent ol $100,000.
Joe L-,ii/.o met with a nasty accident
a lew days ugo while clearing land.
A root of n stump which the horses
were hauling Hew up striking Iiim n
severe blow on the left ribs.
Charles Johnson, who was sent to
the penitentiary ior ten years (or
manslaughter, wus tnken to New
Westminster on Saturday evening by
Pi vincial Constable Upper,
A short, sharp shook wus felt
throughout Sun Francisco ami iluk-
land on Monday doingu lot ol damage,
The retugees in Golden Hate Park
were uguin hungry und Legging tor
Ii -,.*!
The Matron ol the Huspitul wishes
to kindly thank Mrs. Williamson tor
her generous contributions of bread
and cuke during the month of April
und the Ladies' Hospital Guild for
fruit ami Bowers.
The tennis courts on the hospital
grounds are in splendid shape und are
being well patronized, Great credit la
due to the promoters oi the Club for
their enterprise in securing such a
favorable site.
('. 11. Deutschman left yesterday
morning lor tbe caves, to arrange for
the visit - i Supt. iMiglas ol the
National Parks, who will visit the
caves in -i seek lui ihi p irposi ul
,s.ii,iii, ncing the construction ol trails
:  thei improvemi i ■■
,       icl .  Si        and   Braki man
Coiiii,-rs wi.-n hi M up iu ii," yards at
V -.-,,.  by  two -iturday
night.   Both ii-- i- oil   i. i i'.,-i„-
,,i.. .,    the      -   i bai i> in  theii
i -„-'.-    The I   tpadi      • I   bi
iaptured -• *
li i- -.i , ,- till :. .-   - ing - .i- .
.iu*.      ......     In     ty council  ti
,| in.,..- th■-■... ■       ii ..  tin
season,    rtiia .- .,  thing which ii
oertaiuly  badly  needed and we liopi
mii ,. >	
GOING OUT
New Hooks nl Canada DrugO
Pleases every amoker the " Maroa
Vuelta."
Pass a refreshing moment in Hews'
Palm Corner—snug nnd cosy.
The Ladies' Hospital Cuilil will serve
a Supper after the Dunce on the 11th,
All kinds of .-porting goods at W.
Smytlie's.
LOOK OUT! SEASON'S EVENTI '
DIN IK JUBILEE SINGERS.
OPERA HOUSE, MAY IHTII.
Toilet wnter, Florida wnter. any
make you want at the Canada Drug
Store,
New souvenir goods in leather ind
wood at Mews' drug store.
BROKERS IN GOOD SMOKE-
BROWN'S CIGAR STORE.
Gramophones, records, extra sound
boxes, large variety, at the Canada
Drug Store.
CITY COUNCIL.
I'hei ity council met Friday night
bul the business wus mainly formal.
It. Tapping offered tu put In n hose
.it Opera House if council wnuld put
in -inini pipe which wus agreed in
W. Watson's i plaint thai city
poll ■ were nn Ins lund wus rod immI tn
Fire, W atei md Lighl Commit!, p
Tin- application ol II. . Un I
and R. Howson to have -Severn --
cleared was red rred to Work, Horn-
ittei
Thc Bowman 1 iber Cn    equail
lor uu extra hydrant was agreed to.
The application ol V. M. C, I, to
ii drain In First Street was agreed to.
,\ contracl was Iol toClus Kedstrom
to tar flume for $100,
li wns decided to go on with purchase ol piece ol W, Blnkiii,-,r,-s liuni
ii sir,-,-t purposes.
Corley's
Delivery
Is always ready for express and baggage of
all kinds to all parts of
the city and to all trains
T. H. COELEY
LAND NOTICES.
Nfttlce la hereby given that oo days after date 1
Intend tn apply to tin* Chief Commissioner nf
Lamia ami Works for permission to purchase the
Wiring described landa, situate near Tete Janne
Cache, (hrltxHi district, 11. (!.;-
('cniiiiici)i'iii« ;tt a post planted at tho himI h
west corner of Lot *i8t) and marked "0. II. Nagle'i
mirth went comer post." thence smith 40 clmiiis,
thence east 180 chains, tlience nnrtli 40 clmins,
llu'iirc wnst mo ihaiiiH In point of I'ciinnuinrcmciit,
containing C4ii acres more or less.
Dated 14th duy of April, 1000.
(I. 11. NAGIjK,
Hcvclsti.ke, Il.C.
BOARD OF TRADE
Takes Up Important Matters
The monthly meeting ol the Board
of Trade was held Thursday night, J
Maedonald in the chair.
Letters were rend from Hon. F. W.
Aylmer, acknowledging nnd appreciating the resolution passed by the Board
on the occasion of his being transferred to Winnipeg, nnd nlso from tbe
Department stating the transfer wus
ninde in the public interest, and they
could not agree to Mr. Aylmer remaining in charge ol Eastern British Columbia.
Mr. Jackson, on behalf of the Fish
and Game Protection Society, brought
up the matter of having the district
organised to protect it from lndii.n
raids on game in tbe Big Bend, and
stated the government required tlie
endorsement ol the Board o! Trade
before taking the necessary action. It
was resolved to endorse the proposal.
It was stilted that a good deal ol
attention was being paid to the recent
mineral discoveries on tbe Seymour
River. At present the only moans of
getting there was by rowboat 20 miles
up the Seymour Arm of Shuswup
Lake, or by taking horses across Little
River at Shuswup und round the bead
ul tbe Arm, and that those going in
there hud to walk and puck their out
lils 20 miles from the head ol Seymour
Ann to the mines, whereas, by the
cutting out of the uld Seymour Pass
trail, and repairing some of the bridges
there would be a tirst-class pack trail
between the Columbia River nnd the
mines over which all kind of mine
supplies could be sent and parties
going iu there could ride from the
steamer lun,ling at Downie Creek to
thc Cottonbelt mines. Hy usiiui the
steamer Revelstoke and that trail for
sending in horses, supplies and passengers, these mines could be made
ns accessable ns any in the Bend. Mr.
McCarter, on behalf ol the steamboat
oompany, laid if the people owning
and operating these mines would use
the route by Revelstoke they would
cut out the old Seymour trail and
thus make the mines easy of nccesg.
This [act will be brought to the notice
ol the Armstrong people who are interested in these big ore deposits
Mr. McCarter reported the Provin
cial engineer Mr. Gamble, i,nd promised to ,1" all In- possibly coi I to gel
I tii,- Minister to authorise tin - ■ mpli
tion at once ,,i the trail li  Ri vel-
.ink,- to Canoe River
it was resolved to urge on the Gov-
■ • n- the necessity ol taking iteps
,,,  |,r,,twi  irom  lires the timber on
provincial lands tributary to the Col-
ia River, both on account of theirl
due as n source ol public revenue
tnd thi   growing importance ol tl.** i
lumber industry,
Notice Is hereby given Unit(iniluys nfter .late |
intenil lo apply tu tliediiet Ci,mnilinlonei-nl
l.iinls anil W „rlts for permission 1„ piii-clmse tlie
following ileHi-iilitiil luiiilH, sit imi*- near Tele
.Inline Ciii-lui. Cariboo diatrict, 11. c.i-
Comtuotictllg at ll post pluilteil nt tlie soutli east
comer nf l.„i 1sn ami marked "K, Mi-ilean's soutli
west corner pusl," tliem-i, east (>i) chains, tlience
nortli 120 chains, more ,,r lens, lo the bank of tin,
Fraser River, tlience west (,n chains along the
bunk ot the Fraser River to tbe cast boundary ot
l,ut 480. thence smith l-ll chains, mure or less,
along the east boundary.,( I,„t (su to the point ot
i-oinmeiH-eiiii'iil. containing 600 acres more nr less.
miMtire llili ilay ol April, loos.
B. HcBKAN,
Revelitoke, B.C.
NOTICE.
SPECIAL SALE
O F
£
E
JAPAN & CHINA SILKS g
POK THIS WEKK WE HAVE PUT ON OUR COUNTERS a lot ol Pieces of 22, 27 and
■ 86 Inch Wash Silks at Bargain Prices :   Yuur choice can be made Irom this list :—
PER YARD
22-lnch Silk, a large assortment - -   22^0,
27-Inch Silk, many of the best shades      - 40c.
36-Inch Silk, Black and White only.   Just the thing
for Summer      .... 80c.
NOTICK is hereby given that thirty days after
date I Intend to apply tu tbe linn. Chief
Commissioner of Lauds aud Works, fnr a special
license to cut nnd carry away timber from the
following described lands:
1. Commencing nt a posl planted mi the east
hank of tbe north fork of I'm-. Creek, about fi
miles ulmve the forks and marked "K. 1'. Henry's
nnrtli east corner post," thence west 40 chains,
Llienee smith 100 una ins, theuce east 40 chains,
tlience mnth 160 chains topoint of commencement.
2, Commencing at a post planted on tlie east
linnk of the north fork id Fife Creek, alimit 6
miles above the links ami marked "K, 1*. Henry's
imrtli west corner pnst," theuce south 100 chains,
thence east 4n chains, tlience mirth 100 chnlns,
thence west 40 clmiiis to poinl uf commencement.
8, Commencing at n post planted on the east
hank of the nnrtli fork of Plfe ('reek, about fi|
miles from tbe forks and marked "K, P. Henry's
smith east corner post,' ibunn? nortli KM rbiibm.
thenoe west 40 chains, tlience smith WO chains,
tlience east 40 ehains to point of commencement,
I. Coinmencliitfat a post planted on the east
Lank of thu north fork of Fife Creek, about 61
miles above the forks anil marked "K. P. Henry's
smith west comer post," tlience north HI chains,
tlience east .mi chains, ihi'iiic- smith HO clmins,
thence west gochaliiB to point of commencement*^
6. Commencing; at a post planted on the west
hank id the north folk of Fife Creek, atatut B)
miles above the forks, and marked "ti. I*. Henry's
north east corner post," tlience west 80 chains,
tlience smith .so chains, tlience east Hn chains
tbenee mirth 8o chains to point of commencement,
o. Cominenpiiigat a post planted on tile west
bank of the mirth fork of Fife ('reek, aboul Hi
miles above the forks and marked "K. P, Henry's
-nnl b enst corner post." thence niirtli 100 chains,
tlience west 40 chains, thence smith 100 chains,
thence east 411 ehains to point of commencement
7. Commencing Ot a post planted cm the west
bank of the north fork iif Fife Creek and about li
mites above the forks nud marked "ti. P. Henry
soulli east corner uiwt," tlience north ICO chain;,
thence west 4U chains, thence smith 100 chains,
thence enst 4u chains to point of commencement,
8. Commencing at a imsl planted mi the west
bank of tin- nnrlh fork nf Fife Creek, about fl
miles above tin' forks and marked "K. P. Henry's
southwest comer post," thence enst HO chains,
theuce nortli ai chains, thence west 80 Chains,
thence smith 80 chains to point, of commencement.
K.P. UtiNltV.
Dated May 1st. I'M;.
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands In the Province
of British Columbia.
OEALED TENDERS addressed to the Timbor
O  ami Mines Branch.  Department of tho
Interior, and marked un the envelope "Tonder
for Timber Berth So. 483," will be received at
thi- Department until noon on Wednesday, the
-ith day of .Line, 1900. for a license to cut
timber on Berth No 483, comprising theSouth
West quarter of Section 18, Township 25, Rantfe
lu, We-i of the 5th Meridian, containing an
area of O.Z'i -ji | u a re miles, more or less.
The regulations under which a liconso will he
Issued, also printed forms of tonder and envelope, may be obtained tit this Department or at
the office of the (rown Timber A«nnt at New
Westminster, B. C
Each Under must he accompanied hy an
awepied rhei|iie on a chartered hank in favour
-if ih-Deputy of Llie Minister of the Interior
for the amount of the bonuswhich the applicant i- prepared to pay for a license
So tender by telejraph will bfl entertained.
PRRLKV fl. REYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
'i taws   iprilftth, 19W
TtndtPS for a l,Iconic to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands In the Province of Brltlnh Columbia
Mill Property and Timber Limit ';TI,!:;:,:I
CiEALET) TENDERSsddrewed to tlm limber
o  and  Mine   Breneh, Depart mnn t *jf tlm
rlied nn the BnTfttopfl "Tender
IW,"  will lie receded
For Sale.
Inlnr,,., .,,,,1
r..r Tltnl
i.    Dei
ni   I.,-.
22-Inch Striped Colored Habutai
22-Ineb Black-Corded Habutai
20c.
25C.
,v%%%%%%%^%^v*%%*%%%%*%%%-%%%%vv*^%%-v5
READY-TO-WEAR HATS—Your choice of anything in the Store-$2.50
NEW NECKWEAR FOR MEN- -Another swell lot, all the Newest
Colors and Shapes, and selling from 30c. up. See pur Samples of Goods for Suits to Order. Campbell's and C. N. & R.
lines.   They are the best.
MCLEUIN-.AIsr  & GO.'
WANT ED
L09T--A Cinld Locket, heart shape,
cniitninlng n toys' -plftuif■ sonic
where between Belli & Young's Stole
iiikI Lower Town. Fiiutei please re-
I.11111 to the olliee of the Maii.-Hkraui.
ORGANIST   WANTKD-Al once
for Si. Peter'sCUiiiieh.   Apply lo
K.W.B. Paget, Peoples' Wiirilen,
the Bectoi.
1 .lANO-To lent tor two or three
1 niontlm. Onil nt MaIi.-Hkbai.ii
Office,	
TO LET—Furnished lioiine-itheiip
imqulre P. 0. Box 232
WANTED-Hy mnn nnd wile, no
children, a furnished house
close Ui 0. P, B. shops. Apply nl this
Office or Mrs. D. M. Taylor. Boom 13,
Windsor Hotel,   t        	
W~ ANTED-Bolii'il nnil   two  fin
nished   rooms   wilh  private
family.  -Wdiess nox232, P.O.
WANTED-A furnished cottage,
near C.P.B. Shops, for not less
than six months, or rooms for light
housekeeping. No children. Apply
Office of Mail-Herald;
WANTED-An energetic woman
young or middle-aged, to act ns
agent, Liberal commission. Apply
nt this Office.
WANTED, To Bent, Housekeeping
Boom, Cabin, or Small Cottage
In Beyelstoke. Address, stating rent,
T. P., Mail-Herald Office.
WANTED-A lull pup, will pay
sum for him, may he $2, must
he all bull and a good flghter.-CiiAs,
Tuiicott, Three Valley.
WANTED-First Class Japanese
Cook wants a position. Speaks
good English. Beply to Henry Sak-
tmok; P. O. Box 215.
WANTED-A position by a Japanese, either house work or out
of door work by the day. Apply at
thc office of the Maii-Hkrald,
WANTED-Position  by Japanese
woman in a family.  Apply U, the
Mail-Herald.
1
in Wnijnn-dair, the
f June IWB, for a  license t*i ent
timber on Berth No IM.comprHlntf two block
contalnin-i finarna of !M tquire miles, more or
,.    deMrlbed »•* follows:
Ml.ocl I,   Situate on  the   W»*.i   ,td» of Um
North Forh ol niecillewaet Hirer rr,mmenrinjf
al the mnntl *-' Tronl * reekabtiol \ ■ mile-up
m\. fi.r-li" purclm-niif the Snw mill and Shin-   ,n|H North   Fork from Mm North l^o'idary nf
.1-   ....'11    ...    (\ ^--1 ..    f*^Skri.L      I,.. j«l Sh*H I nt\   Vi*-    I* 2. .-m      .. ,.□      ...        .        /....    '.llS-h:,
f,ir"\liKRS ..III he recelvsH bylhi „,„lsr.is-,,-
1    ...t up -.. „..,, ,„, T„„ ,|.,y the I.Uh M.n
■Ismill.!! OrnKlj Crunk. Isnly oPfrslsd Iw [ T„.,.,.,,,,   .-, R„ .... ■-, |u,t,,(  tl„--.11, Mfli
,l,lli,iii.   .i„-l   f„r  TirnhJ-s   ll«nl    -I   „l,,„     ,- ,  ,:i   U|.fir,  ,,,„,„   ,;,,,|   s.,rtli K-.rk 2 mllns ill
„iwmill,ninl wintalninp;an mm „( ntml i ■ ,)ir„, j .,,;,„.   w;,|, ,h»i,H,„( I mil. „n tin
aiinrn mils «.. tori)   ^» Ihsreol m«;.-.irr.| «• ri«l,i unci.*
*"nn,lnr: f„r mill i,r„|,nrty mint beMptnla ,,, ,|,. !(neral bearing --( -kH North fofl
from tsnrlsr, for Timber Horit,
W. II   PRITT
tlatnke MsjOll   - " ml
l^„r:„tf
■m" n thn bl'K-k -mH Trout 'reek Uibntlie
,tl,,j.r lK„ii)Harr. cuiitainina mi arsiol 2 Kjuar,
miles, m,,r. ,,r le--
fli.,s"K J    , ,,mmennii,B «t  n   (.Mint  „u  'l,e
I North K',r- „l (hp Illefillewael Rivor ihotll V,
;milnsah.,vn ll,a Norll, h.,,n„Ury „IT„wn-hi|,
'- Rnns-ntl. Wn.t „( the jlh Herirliao, al (be
month ol lbs Wat Fork w -a 1.1 North Fork;
lheiineH.i«n'iiil Nortl, Pork I ■ miln. In direst
with i. He|,th <A n, ,-halns on tlm
We,tsrlj..iHelher«..f meMsnre.1 at riirlitaiifl"
lo (be Kennral bearing ol -nirt Norlh Fork
ttithlo (he block. f.on(nn,iiiir a,, nrnaol I1,
,|,„irn milo.. morn or la«.
I The rniru In tion. ,i„,lnr arhlflh -i lirnti-n will l,n
i-«nnrl. Alio brlntfld form, of l-ninlnr aii'l i„
rnlopn, may f,n obtniliml at tllfl l.oi.flrlmonl „r
,il the olliee ol ibni'r..w,i Timber Aire,,' „l
New Weslmln-Hlf. II. C
Karl,  tender  m,l«l   bn lecomnflnlsd  by an
; „rrei,tn,l rhe,|iin „,, a st,Hrtnrn,| bank in favour
of Iha lleptlt, of llm Mini-ter of the Interior,
for the RmouDl „f the Ik„,„- whioh (he appll-
ontlt il |,rn|,nre,t lo i„iy f„r„ llren-e
No Innder by teleirril|,l, will be enlnrlallind
I'KKI.KV 11   KKVKH,
Kerretary
Iln|,„rt,i,ni,t of the Inlerinr.
i)ll„-,v„  A|,rilWlh. I'.lll
Arrowhead, B. C.
Charmingly situated on the shores
of Arrow Lake.
Good Trout. Fishing.
Hunts always for hire.
Sample Booms in cottfleotloo,
Klrst-elnss house for Tourists and
Commorclal men,
W. J. Lightburne, Proprietor
Lands for Sale
i Grown Crintedi
Tlm following blocks ol land situate
un (ialciis llav, l'p|»r Arrow Lske,
are for sale by the undersigned :
l/it 77H 806 acres
"   244fi 210   "
"   24111 11   "
K,,r (ertlior particulars apply In
i. V, Armstrong,
Box 776, Vancouver, B. O.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mniinfaclilro'l tor all rlas*es nl holldiiim
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All kind of hnlldlntf and plaitttlng
nnderlHuen
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE
PATENTS   snd Copyrl,h(i
" i.lilniiii'il In nil rininti-Ii-s.
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney
Mechanical Attorney anil Engineer.
Iliinin II, Kali'tlelillKlwik. Granville si., near I'.O
VANCOUVER, & C.
A |Kis,i,iir.l will scotire an evetllnkappoint
ment for .nose who oannot call during the day
STAMMERERS
The Arnott Method is the
only logical method for the cure
nf .Stammering. It treats the
CAUSE, not merely the HABIT,
nnd inBures natural -speech. Pamphlet, particulars and references
sent on request,   Address
The Arnott Institute,
Berlin, Ont,, Canada.
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN Uuu. thlrtT
ui days nfter dato I Intond to apply toth-
Chief Conimlnlonor of Lnnd» and Works for a
upeclnl license to out nnd carry away Umber
from tho following described landa nniir
Upper Arrow Uko, West Kootenay District.
Fosthall waters:.
1. ('nmimjni'iiiK at a unit nlaint 111'lnilna soulli
,,( Hear Creek ami about four miles Iron, tht,
month, thence mirth SO ,-haln.s, thi-iu-l- east Ull
i-hiilni, thence smith 80 chains, tlience west HI
t-halna to point of comnienceinent.
2, CnmniencinR at a post nn soutli aide ol Bear
Creek and iilHi.it Hve miles from the month, thenre
mirth SO chains, tlience east SO chains, tlience
smith SU elm ins, thence west HO .-halns to point of
I'liiiunencement.
.1. Cnmmenctnuat Nn. 2 post north SO chains,
thence west 00 chnlns, thence smith 80 chains,
thence east gnchatns to point ot commencement,
1, Commencing at a post on north able of Bear
Creek, itlsmt six miles from the month, tlience
nnrtli 80 chains, tlience went 80 chain*, thence
smith 80 chnlns, tlience eaat 80 chalna to point of
commencement.
llninl May 1th, ltWti.
II. O, ROBBINH.
lluy your lacrosse sticks Irom  W
Smythe.
NOTICE
VJOTICK Is hereby given that thin, days
ll after dale 1 intend to apply to th. Bon.
Chief Commissioner of Linda snd Works lor a
special license to cut and carry swsy timber
from the following described lauds In the District ol West Kootenay:
Commencing lit a laist marked "J. Whitll-
enmbe s south west corner poll,'* planted st
rlniiwilui's south east comer, theses north K)
chillis, thence enst 10 chains, thence south M
chains, thence west id ehains to point of com-
menenmnnt.
April 21th, IMS.
JOHN WH1TT1C01IHK.
H. W, EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
l>i,«r Heads, Animal., Illnti, Fllh, Etc.,
MOUNTED.
Animal Ru.i Mounted.
I'. O. Hot III.
Studio:  (IM>0>1ITK V. II.
Revelllnke, II. C.
Chi,
NOTICE.
,„ OTICE IS HKItKBY GIVEN that thirty
L> days aflet dale I intend to apply to the
Ihlcl Commissioner ol Lands and works for a
special license to out and carry away Umber
Irom the following described lands In Welt
Kootenay District :--
Commencing at a post planted on lbs north
bank ol the Columbia River juit above the
mouth ol Canoe River and marked " W. Cowan's
north east corner post." thence west 80 chains:
thence south 80 chaini, thence east 80 chains;
thence north 80 ohains to the point ol com-
menceniont.
Dated this 1th day of April, UM.
W. COWAN,
 , Pert. McBem, Agent
You Need a-New Typewriter
We can Supply you with a NEW
" EMPIBI-j." This machine Is known
all ever the country for ita simplicity
and good work. (Jail at*our office and
see it for yourself.
Interior Publishing Company, Ltd.
BROWN   WANTS  YOUR BUSINESS.
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HATS!
When the Summer tun settle! on your head, your
comfort demands a Hat ol Straw, Linen or Panama,
" A cool head " cultivates a calm, contented mind,
You can have both by wearing one ol our
SUMMER
We think we hive every Block Hat desirable.
The young Smart Dresser wil And his ideal, while
the business man will tiud exactly what be wants lor Summer comlort.  We've a hat made specially lor you..
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