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EASTER CARDS
ON DISPLAY
Bews' Drug Store
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ON DISPLAY
Bews' Drug Store
Vol. 12.-No. 68
RKY'HLSTOKK. II C   AI'IML IS, | <)()*;
$2.50 Per Year
Mail
Order
Uept.
C.B.Hume&Co.
Write
Foi
Sample
LIMITED,
DEPARTMENT'.STORE,
Biscuits
For n dainty llnish to your Ltiiielioon or Ten you need sonic
ul these Lovely Biscuits:—Miiciirunns, Fig Uur, Raspberry
Bur. Wheal Menl, Protzil's Assorted lees, Rending Cracker*,
Wainnl Gems, Mecen Wafer-. I'crcollius, O'Bnres, Cheese
Wafers,eto,   Welinvcnn iuimcnsoshowing.   A Inuknt them
Will lln VUU g00(l,
Mens New Spring Hats. Soft.'Hard
and Novelty Hats.
Wo hnve n Hut fur yon, If yuu will only como in uml Id iisslmw
ymi some nf the New Style* we call easily settle llm Spring Ilul question for ynu,   .Never showed n larger rn ngo
Box Calf Shoes
EC*, flip
M ]
XI HSi
fT'SU
Si \iiW'\
111
'I
IAN
FV» IT.'*
&
BOURNE BROS.
Groceries, Hardware, McClary's Stoves. Etc.
Onion Sets, Flower Seeds,  Farm & Garden  Seeds,
Garden Tools.   A Large Assortment.
Hollywood   and   Shcrwin   Williams'   Paints,   Oils,
Varnish, Turps, Alabastinc, Muralo, Etc.
Our Stock  of Groceries,  Fruits   and   Vegetables,
is always Frush.
Earthquake Kills Over 1,000 and the City [bourne bros.   Mackenzie Avenue
Devastated by Fire.
^^jg
Tin- l.i-.-iiliei- which is ill
llie upper ol ihis Sltoe is
recognized In-day us being
ilu-Ideal Lenllier fu'- Slums,
Tanned by llie Ci-nlue pro-
,-,'*-, clearing llie skin I'toiii
nil impurities, milking ii similar; ami -Mii-.it p i.iuil the
inii-i   witter   resisting nl all
iitlli-l- lealhel-s mi Iiieliired.
Oneveiy   pair    nf    Slnler
|     S|i„e*y,,n will liiul a lllg such
usnhuve,
WE ARE .HEAIIQUAIKEIIS FOR
THE SLATER SHOES IN THIS
DISTRICT.
DKKSS.MAKlMi AND  M1M.INKHV—SEUONI) FLOOR.
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
VAXL'OI \'I'.R, April iXlh A thousand lives have hecn lust bv an earthquake in
San I'Vanciseo vestenlay, I'ires have broken oul all over ilu- cily. Market Street is
ablaze from end lo end.    Buildings are collapsing everywhere.
Dreadful desolation prevails all over the .ity and district.
Tht- water mains have been disjointed and wrecked all over the city. No water is
available, so there is no means ol fighting thc awful ll res thai have broken oul,
The earthquake was so severe il was felt as far as Los Angeles where tramcars were
thrown off by the force o( the shock,
The telegraph lines arc down and wrecked and San Francisco is cui off Irom Ihe
rest ol die world.
The disaster is tin- whim ol its kind yet experienced in the United Stales.
People arc everywhere longing eagerly for further news and cannol gel it.
I.ATEH.                           Vaxi'uiivkii, April 18.—12:30  p.m.     We aro indebted  to Supt. Wilson,
Vaxcoi vi.n. April l\—Kep,,ii-ii an -A special to the World I    San ol  iho  C.I'.R. Telegraphs, for the
I
hi
Wc have left ,i 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 Scboolhouse Site recently purchased by the City.
There will be no land available after this season with such
easy reach of the City, and intending purchasers should not delay
in making their selection.
S.in Francisco indicate Hint ii disaster I'raneisen suys the city is  practically following   Inter intorniiiti 'occivod
hy ritrihqiiukc, ciimpui'.ibli Ij in ils "l-slri.ycii   and  111 s  are   raging   on by him ill answer tn n  message ns tu
devnstnliiigclficls to those of tlie hi-,- every sido.                                          wli iiiiriiiinicntiuii  mighl   ho  refine Ciitaslrtiphies, mining  nhioh il      Fire alsn attacked Oakland ucross "poued   with    Sun    Francisco   nnd
bids fuir lutuke its [d.ice, bus nee d the bay.    The seven mi! nm ilullnr fiu'thpr news ubluined :—
at tlnl  cily.   All direr!   telegraphic t ily hull is in ruins. " Tho lire is nuw within u  block of
con,iniiiiiealiiin bus been   broken ull'.      |,-jre   extends    limn     Menl;.: t. Ihe Piilnoe llnte .
'I'b" I ■■■■ " lid   is  mm'  put  iluwn ui rlrecttu the water fi'utit. Eiglil   business  hluoks   hnve   now
uver 1,0110.                                             Thoy ure bluwing up huildiiigs witli ''-en  tnlnlly destruyed  in  lho main
Tho Sucr.itiienl I'u I the Wt.-l- ,!,,,; tc. nnd Hhnlesiilocentrcs nf the city,
em Fitiuii repuils uvory sever, eunl,-     '|vre *fil,o „-.,t,-r to light lireswilh Tin dumngc in the resfdcntinl pnr-
'iniikc west ul l.us Angeles.                     Tmi||s ,||v uu|  (|( ,,,l|jllli,.j„ll  ,„.. ti.m is very light,
Ni.w YoiiK, April IS— The Western ; ,,,.„ Sucrniuentu and Frisco, us  the     Tbe Cull and Ex im-r blocks, livo
I'nioii telegraph olliee ul Fresno any* i neks hnve sunk in iiiany |ilnces of the highcsl  buildings in llie city,
that it is the mosl -even- shuck ever     Sax Fiiaxoi.-to, Api-ii   IS—All  Ihe have been totally destroyed
known. , ewspuper olliees nre destroyed by iln-     Hundreds ul people in the tent nl
S.\, ni.Miami.   April   Is.—A   serin- earthquake. recti ns hnve Leon killed,
jeartdqiinkeshuck uccuried hci-e ul un      I'diiti.axii,  April   IK.—(lm    u-purl A tclegruin Irom Suerrmciito states    So
early liotir ihi- morning.   There   is ■ .-•-  Ihen was nu lues   i life iu  Sun that ih ree miles of railway linos have    S
great contusion and it is impossible to Francisco,   while  another suys bun- been swallowed up ns tho result nl the    S
learn the lull exlent of the dniniige, dreds ,,( people in the tenement (lis- earthquake   between    Suisino    und
Nu I'm- , i hie i- n ported here. I riots were killed in their beds. Berniciu.
REVELSTOKE LAND   COMPANY LTD.
Agents, Revelstoke Insurance Agency, Ltd.
E. J. BOURNE,
Boots & Shoes, Men's Furnishings. Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
HIS LUMP
SPINSTERS CONVENED
AWNINGS
Nuw that Iniglil spring days at iniiig in. In be fiillmved by Ilu- heal
iif summer yuu want to keep yuue stores and hutises cool and cumfui'tuhlc,
The Best Way to do Ibis Is to secure awnings I'm- your windows, nnd
order llieni from
L.   A.  FRETZ,
First Street.
^vvv^lVvyvvy^l^l^l^l^l««A<^<v^^r^^^,tJ^^l^vv^Vl^vvvs^<v^/^
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS
For nil kinds of up-to-date and reliable fiu-iiilitr"
and house furnishings gn In
R. Howson & Co., Furnishers
><M>OO**0-0O-O*O<X)-O-C^^
J. A. DAVIDSON,   |
Merchant Tailor,
il.vrr: ol-' t'llui	
has opened up one of tlie most beautiful stocks ol
Clothing Materials ever brought into Revelstoke,
comprising Tweeds, Worsteds, I rouserings,
Fancy Veslings, the Newest Novelties in pattern
and design, and having large experience in
cutting and manufacturing, he is prepared lo do
the finest and latest classes ol work at the most
moderate prices.
OF GOLD At the opera House °"Mon'
Ui    UULU day Night-
un   Monday  nighl  they  held  tho|
Love Letters of an Apostle,   omv if iho Vuung   indies'
. .        , s mil,- Blessedness Debuting Suoietv,
CiitcAun,    April   14,-Duwie   hud  inui(|0(t||( UmU ,„ the Methidi'sl
planned n divorce fr his wife, still   ^imrcli,    After the Opern House was
ing that he bad hnd u vision in which well lillcd, a nunibcrof the delegates
"God bad ordered him to divorce June arrived nud passed Ihi-ough the centre
,,,,,,,,„       i ,, . isle.     Him   ol   the   liiineh wns very
lowio wi li :i   haste,    and the papers ,   .     . . ,,      •
, ,ii-11 in iIn- reni'.niid nnparontly was
were rend) lor liiin-when Howie wn- , f.-uUI nny mnn in the 'house would
stricken with paralysis, -lip her to propose.    She repeatedly
Gladstone   Dnwic   has made public asked her sisters tu wait,   Thiscaused
two  „i  his  father's   letters  lu Mis-  the .iiulienee   ro  bursl   in   lattghtei
, , i Inch linrnlv ecu-cd ilurnii: th,- even
Holer, who suddenly  returned to Lit \-        Tho delc'iitos were —
rope niter Mrs. Jiuwic hud fnund her     .l,,s;phiii„ June  Green,   Picsidcnl,
stroking   Dowie's   [orebend   in  thiir.M's  II   \.  Riown;   I'riscilln   Ahignil
CHIEF BAIN
SCORES
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office   Toronto, Ontario.
llrniii-liB- Id the ProTlacei ol Manitoba, Alberta, Saikatchewaa,
llriti-i- Colombia, Ontario, Qnebee,
Capital Subscribed -        -        -        S4,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up ....    $3,900,000.00
Reserve Fund ....        S3,9oo,ooo.oo
I I.  li, W'll.KII-:, I'le-idelil ;   H(1X, H. .1 WTIIAY. Vicc-Pl esidelll.
Prices Right Work Guaranteed
>O<H>*0<K>O<K>O<K><KKHKK><>0^
ARROWHEAD
|,'t-iitn our own corrosiioiulciil,
F, I. Armstrong and li. Thomson
spent Saturday evening in liovolstoko,
Mrs. Jucksun, ul Trail, is visiting
hor dnughtor Mrs Win. Kcrhy.
J. Whitehead ninde a trip to Calgary recently,
All Saints' rectiii-y is nearly com-
plolcd. Ilev, Mr. Johnson's return is
1 xpecled this wook. Thoro Is boiiio
silspieiun thai Ihe roVOl'Ollll geiilli-ium.
will lint euiue buck ill,,lie.
Ilev, Mi. Meiioll arrived Saturday
from Phoenix to take charge ol
Presbyterian church here, Mrs,
Miss Mi-1'ull nro o.\| ted this wet
Ilev. Dr. Blum berger, who has
hero Iur tho past two months, is
leaving tu Ink,- u medical mission
in tlie region ol Edmonton, Alta.
I) 1 ii 111 In rgcr bus won ilm rospool
admiration uf nut only hi* nun
gregation bul ol all irrowhead po
u lm deeply regret his leaving
wliusi: Insl wishes gu with hint I
new Hold.
the
.-md
k,
been
now
field
Dr.
tnd
con-
i
nnd
li ,ine in Zi-ii City.   The I,-Her.* rend
"My Little I 1111 p i-i Hold: I am
praying [nr yuu tndny and 11111 hoping
to in nr uguin your words ol comfort.
I kiinH ymi cannot changi. lor yuu
ir,. tin Biime ycstei'dnj und today, yi 1,
and (orover.
"I wnnI 1 - .11 .1.' lin your expios-
linns ,,f  Inilh. fur   lliej   give me 11 11
Imp,, in the in-in,ml I ul Zion,   *i  ;
ii,. ill ' ■ iteil I ■ nu- ihal Clll'isl
is i,, rule in the spirits, souls und
li dii - of my people,
- 'I he en- -: ilu- world nn upon
John Alexander Howie, First Aposllo
,,: tin Lord Jesus, tbo Christ, in the
('In isti 11 , ith ilic Cl arch in Zinn.
Como lo uu- ngain to day nnd pray
with -hm Vours nil lb,- devil tin.-.
'.Inns Al 1 \ r.ni 11,"
" Child ol My Henri The devil i*
at work. IL- hns Btolen hi- win int.,
my home
■ Fern m 1 llio liui-sh -.,",,1- ,,l nil
womi 11 I"--- - "1 "I evil thuiigiils.
I h,-y Blnndei md rave at the ...ilcnine
of Imaginary ills  inl burdens,
" Tin   I.,,nl sent nn-  to you,   lie
sjiok !" mc instructions,     Loi Ihe
words ol thy nth and meditation of
thy h, mi I"- ui-'-, ptablc to the chosen
children."
Ilndge. Secrclury, Mrs. W. lieu
Caluinily .lulu- Higgins, Ti-casurcr,
Mrs, .1. I',. Oiessmnn; ll,-l eccn Hitcbel
Sharpe:'. Miss llislnp; Mnry June
In ilili,i'. Miss Mnnsiiit: Jerushi!
\latildri Sprigging, ,\li.*s Caniplicl :
1 iitioncc Desire M111111, Mis. 1,, I), ni
Suphiii Slucknp, Mi-- Hobbs; II li)
I- hi., n   Mi*. T.  II. Hurley; Chnriij
i   lllgf  .     Mr-      I'im-ii :     Ch-np.ilri
-.   .   Ilrnwn    ',li-   llcytiind;   l'nll,
J,,,- K'uti.   Mrs.   Lee;   Viulci   ,1 ne
1  iggli     \|is*r,,|.-i,,iiti: lliliiiiln III111
.- .1-   (dn -- refiiriii mli b , Mi-  \\
y.     I.UUiel.ee       Fl'llliOOS     T IllllOllut,
M I'    le  billMUI.  Il.lllllilll  IliggOlSlillV,
Mi- I Mini ley; I'rofessni' M-il;i-,,v,-r,
Mi   I,'  II  .-,1  \,r I'rul.Assistuiil, Mr,
M      llll-lllie*
A   number "I lm- il bils wen- ninde.
Kevelstoke bnelii-li'i-  were  ull   pi il
in their respective cinss nml the names
-., ie nud in Hid soeiely by lln- boci'o
Inry,   which  caused   Ititid   appluuse.
John I-:. Wnnl! Bcemcd lo be the	
: l,.it wus iin,*i  eagerly  sought   aftor,
It    hi- inline BCI llll'll   In   eilll.-l-    Illll TI I (I
intt'i'esl iiinong these iluinscls,
Professor  Mnkeovoc gul in 1,ir~ e. I
Hulk und I nn Mm n.nl (M"-l ot llm
maids into bountiful singers, elocution-
ni*. i-i,-. The pei'fui'tniuice wus hronghl
|., a   close    by    Ibe    I'l'llf's,    lllllehllm
sinking a snag, refusing 1,, ilu mure
gnnd work.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC.
Through a  nii-l.ike,  Mr-    I
tiooldeiilully took 11 huge ipi u 1 1
snll poire,   Ahh,nigh Mrs, Don
oondiiiiiii nu- quite  -11 mu*.   bIh
nuw recovering,
With hi- well-knuwn i-ni.-rprisc, C,
F. Lin,In,,, 1 k 1- chiiriiig 11  trail und
placing n rustic sent uver tin   bluff nl 10.000 Men Wanted,
the Kddv. from which tourists und
,,- ■ :- ii   I. nhli to enjoy ciueol the Wixxil'icu,  April   I8.-.1.   D.  M
pretties! scencB ,:   iml tlio cily. j Arthur will employ ten lliuusniid men
I   r Wind  1 Sim - ■ md Wall Paper "" bisGrnnd Trunk Pncillc cnntriicts.
ju tu II llnn-s n.i  Co      I'hey   huvi ' »	
in "iiiii Itirge.-l   ninl   i-,-1   Bolcctcd All kinds uf sporting gumls ut W.
iti, ki 11, lb c — t'.t.-h rn credit, Sniythc's,
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Gathers    in    Man   who   is
Wanted,
On Monday miirning Chief llain
gul 11,'tie,- ,-f :i inini ninimil lluy K.
Brink being wniili-d in North Dnkotn
[or embezzlement, A rowurd uf $M
was till'ered I'm' his nrrest, Shortly
iiflcrwnrtls ( hief Haiti spotted 11 mtin
whom   In-   considered  answered   the
desei'iptioii     mul    iirrosted   him   on       _^_____________
suspicion,   The mnn admitted ho was
Ihe puny wanted,   bis   offence   being     <|l-»c|l^C$t^n|l^^n|l^n|fc|lc|l^ jn|n||tft||||t||t||t|t|n|lt|t
llm   enihi-//leineiil    of   $71111    fl'OIll    11      A jl
-whifwiiitiit 2 Just Received Four Carloads of Goods it
Swim:- Dui'AirrMEXT Deposits received and Interest allowed
ai highesl eiiiieiii ralo from date uf opening account, and com-
I",un,led half-ycniiy,
Drafts sold available in nil purls of Canada, United Stntesand
l.iii"pe.   Special intention given I,, Collections,
Revelstoke Branch, B. C.  A. E. Phipps, Manager.
lesssend  fur  Ihink.    The  Chief   is    9
receiving iniiuycniigmtiilulinns mi his
-in oi eupliire.
fruit 'growing-
mi-. l-:i.-,,n.,'l  Kiiderby. reports Ihui
In- i- planting mil Ihis spiing 1117
ro,-. nud 2UII mini Iruits in tho
[mil in-, lun iien supplied by Ibe
Cnldslrenin mm h ul V, 1111,11 uiul cun-
■islid nl lln- (nllnwing \,ni,lie —
i'i,,1 nli 11,   Iiniii'.-.in.  Salome,    Homo
lltlll    \\ Un *;l|,.    lllllll-    the    < ,11:1111,h-l
oiiinc imin mi Orogiui nursory,   The
-11 nil   Iruits   en   in,in   Mi   Kl-,.|,'.
, -im,- ul I'ull M ly,   Nlr, KI-1,11 Buys
thnl I In,-.- from lln- Culdslri'il.ii Here
very siilisfaolury; while ,,i, ih, ulher
hmul, lln,*,- fr-iin tioruss lb,- hi,,- were
iiiu-t iinsnlisfiiotory, lu ilu- llrsl j+.
place, lu- unit 1 wn* im KI trees, ,-i 9
which only ili wore received mul
secondly thc order was much subsli
inini. Mi. I'llson says thnl In-is
pliu-eil lu leuni thnl llie Coldstream
people intend tu go extensively into
llm nursery business,—Advance.
LUMBERING
Tlm II,,u nimi I.iimher company
hnve in I I  moro orders fr    the
Noi'thwOSl lhnn I bey enn Iill UUll have
hail In pull   llieir   Iran-Hi rs   ull   Ihe
I'Ullll foi' tllO  J,resent.
The lluwiuuu l.iiniliei Co, oxpcol In
si 101 operations nl iheir Comuplix
null mi Muy Lull.
Wiib ('hung, who hns lonsed S, I),
Crowlo's I'uiicb for n term ,,(years, hu*
11 good deal of land already ploughed I
(ur  cropping   Ibis  Benson,     Among
ul her crops In-  intends pulling in livo i
acres uf celery.
Ploasos ovory smoker  tho  " Marcu !
Vuoltu."
o
Including I'oqlli-y  NVltinii  in  all  styles,  Flwood O
Liu n .md I'-.tnit Peiieing ; any beautiful design*. j k
I'uiiii-   Heady Mi\,-,l I'niiits in II Dilfcrenl Shades, J •.
Iltillywood Paints.   Special prices on all *iz,-* mid ;,
culm's,  Quints, '»'.-.:  11 di Gallons, 91.10; Gallons, ''
ijiiLlI, i *
ib
Lawn   Mowers, Rakes, Hoes, Wheelbarrows,  Etc.
* Garden Hose and Lawn Sprinklers.
T 1 1 UTAIN sTHKTl'IIIJItS   Used when drying Curtains, $
Saves tent in- and Bulling, 4 »
  o
AGATE  WALL   FINISH ,.t mid Hate, K.11~..1111111-) y
Al.ib,,iiiie mid Kalsomlne for Wall*. 9
f LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., LTD. o
T Mail 01,1,1* Promptly attended lo.        I1. (). Hox 181.
|##tH#^ ifi ill l|> ifr ill ill !_£» ill ifr
THE MOLSONS BANK
IlicorporalrxJ liy Acl ul Parliamaiil, 1155.
HEAD OFFICE, - - ,MONTREAL.
Wm. M,,i.s,in MAii'iiKiistiN, p,,.s. s. H. Kwino, Vice-Pres.
James Elliot, General .Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything in  way ,,f banking  business transacted without un-
necessary delay.
Interest credited twice a year al current rates on Savings Bank
deposits.
W. II. PRATT, Man
igor.
Revelwokk, B. C. THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE. B.C,
Che flfoaiMbevalb.h '""", , ""f1!ivi"1 ■
I, mils,  nud   these   iiuluci'inenls  uro
■ ntml lueiition und cl p power. I'm
1-1 lll.lsllr.l,   Wl PM SHAY   ANII SATI II
I'AV AT
I1EVELST0KE, B.C.,
for the fun iniinily hen- resident  I lit
a.- providing ii ft'iitureiif iittriiclivonoss
In Ihuusiinds ul mon anil h n who
tinko reiiBiuis every tnx-puyer having   ireseiirohing for nn interesting hull-
subscription RATES
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llAltltl.STI Its, Blll.il IT1IK8, ETC,
it,,,-,  i      .   :   Uank  Hlock,  Kkvxi.
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ko, l.M  , I url mmJi-.II.C.
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01*01*1    AND   HlllliliS
II ittttsi im;*. Sin ii iTuiis, Etc,
SliiNH-i   'I'll LllAS
Sni. :- run MoijKiNs Hank
Fitsl Street.
Ilevelstoke, Il.C
nDW MID A. HACIUI.X,
Minim, Engineer,
(Mem. American Institute Mining Kiinlin'orsl
.: iii,in Mining liislllutc.l
Revelstoke, ll. C,
Examination ot mul reports on Mlticrnl Pn
[,1-rii,-*;, Specialty.
Agent I     - .- ,:. in Mi-tul Colo,, il     luiyi r
■       !       II .'l   SIIVI 1   .-  Ill ■
.. ill mint-- piii-clin-     oropcl
, .        ....... nnil botul
tl A.-1-laiii-,   -  H-ii'i-* nml   im
ipei'iiti mil Ui iiinn
t-ill   ipi-rlli's,
the SaiMberalb
In     - irtie-tlj nilvisetliuin lm
_-     it - mm   :.- -,.-■. : ,11, lllj
ervt-Q -.- ■-; upon  i- ., i- n-t ol
I .*-. .     AlU'l-'iN.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1900
STICK TO Vnn: TOWN.
The '■-■   •'    :.-:::-- ngninst  which
Ri vi Ist .-.- I is I   contend are to be
I  ::. 1 within its own 1 lers.    We
:■ fer t,  tin   knocker,   and   the   iiiiiii
ith - ii: pi tayunish ideas he cannot
regar I the interests of the city in
wbid . lives with uny breadth of
view. F : insl nice, when llie question
:' tin city undertaking to supply
I -. er t tin C. P, II. sh p- mid other
ind istrii ■.■■.-, ertain business
::. ■: remarked I is if tl 'ity ' I
not  giv ghl  ..- - .'
■up]     |    er to the C IMI. hi
. ti   igaii •'  tin   bj Y,!
•;.--■ - - ■ rnpertj
in the business )    Iim     1  tin    :ity,
-,.'..       ■■ I - |   ■   ■
I •    >. rtl    ven  iti   t
:    ■ . :■    mil
Not much we reckon     i'i
example ol the ..Id i
thi       n  »
to spite hif Vi   ■
r I* II
.- i,.
'   • m -:.
nt he.nt ihe interests nl lho city
Inil, l.l si i [ij ii nl llm eiiiiiieil in providing electrical power Iur industrial
purpnsi (.and thus help poi'inanoiil up
building ul the oily,
I'licn lho I'oliitivii ci si.- of power nnd
light musl hi enusidoml. Thochiirgo
[or light i* evcrywltcro much nuiro
lhnn inr power, the reason being thai
light has lo be supplied al nighl to
iiiuny ruiisiiniiTs ul Individually
mill amounts, wherons power is sup-
pliul iu tl,,- ihiytiiuOi when ilu- pliuil
wnuld othoi'iviio he idle, to a fow con-
minors with largo accuunts. We
idniil ilm lighting ralo is loo high,
PI it- city council reeogni.se thai loo
and intend lowering tho lighting fate
nt mi emly lltltc, The Coillioil lin v.
however, been up against u heavy bill
-I repairs for pulling in new Uuu onnd
lam, ami naturally wnnl to bio the
puwer plant und eipiipiuoiil in n pul'-
in ment Iv sol. cniiditiuti beliii'c rciluo-
ing the rovenuo, In this nnsci'vativc
policy limy act wisely. A sit-uin auxiliary plant is necessary al llm power
In,use in winter tu avoid that uncertainly in the light thai bus proved
such n vexatiiitis loaturo ,,( tlio plant,
The addition ul litis plnnt will ho
secured by tho ml,,pi imi ul llm power
bylaw when submitted, and this will
ensure light und power all Iho year
round under all conditions ul woathor,
The opportunity is ono Ihnl shuiild
certainly not be missed and il is I"
tin- mutual nil in n Inge i I III" city and
the 0, P, It thai lb') shuiild pull
together In a mutter ol s ,ch mutual
interest nnd benolit,
duy trod tourist resort,   Tbo now club
is gelling down to busuiess in good
Bluipo, bus g I iii,-ii ill tho head of it,
nnl   bus u  big  Held ol usefulness before it,
We coiigrutiiluto Hon. F. Oliver on
having taken steps tu limit ininiigm-
li,,ii into Canada only of persons who
nre sound iu body nml mind uml ol
good ohni'tiotor, This country enn
learn n lesson from the indlscrimlnato
Immigration into tlie Stales in lorinor
yen*.     Nhh   is  the  tilllO In lix Ihe
Canadian standard oi population Iur
llm future, und the stringent Immigration law piupnseil by Mr. Oliver
,1,1,- m,l i-'im,- ii iiii,nienl lun 8001),
Wo eniigrulnliile A. P. Low, the
new dlreotur ul tbo Go ilogioal Survey,
mi the punctuality nud business
nicihods he is infu-ing into Ibis
department, Since the do th uf Sir
(i. II. DuHsnii. tho department bus
been out oi sympathy with tho mining
interests uf Canada nnd many mining
engincors have preferred Ihe ouurtosy
mul punctuality ul the Ainci'iean
(lenlugicnl Survey.
Hue of the musl, pinning lonturos ol
Hevelslokc is the extensive improvements hi-iiigmudcuiiull hnnds. Houses
me being milled tu, gardens luitl out
uml improved, nnd generally there is
an air of progress und prosperity about
lln- city which cannot fail to bo gratifying to all interested in il.
The Money Saving
Work Saving Soap
That's Royal Crown kind-
made in Vancouver—-Largost
Snap Futitui-y west ol Winnipeg. II,mis, cleaning nud
washing nre ensy with itslmlp.
And tho money saving is the
Premium System
Booklet tells whal wo give Iur
Roval Crown Wrappers. Send
fur it—Free—Also try the
Suiip.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
millions, They havo oomo Irom nil
uver tbo continent, lured tu this now
Eldorado by tho lust lor gain,
BANKING.
Two Toronto banks hnve raised the
rule fur cull luniis lull per cent.
Money is tight in Montreal as the
result ul the bunks I Here rushing [iinds
to New York to tako advantage ol Ihe
high rates on Wall slrect.
Wo have received Irom tho Royal
Bunk ul Ciiiiiulu the lllith nnniiiil report, which is tho best compiled bunk
stuteiuent WO hnve seen.
The sister town nf luunloopsia ulive
lu the importance of permanent Industries being established in that city
nnd nl n meeting of business men inst
week ii wus evident lhat cily is pro-
pared lu bonus industries ii necessary
iu order lu get I hem.
CANADIAN HANKING.
Tlie  Ciiundinii bunking system is
the linest in ilu-  world,  l-nl is  nol
without its wink points.   One ol ihcsc
should hnve tho in idialc nltontiun
of parliament nml sh,,uld ho reundied
right nwny, It is the practice ul rushing Canadian bunk funds to Wall
Btreel whenever Ihere is n financial
crisis there, to hike advantage ul the
high rates prevailing in nicli limes.
That mny be dune once too often nnd
Canadian banks mny be heavy lo ers
Again there is n panic in Wall street,
nml the result of rushing Canadian
money across llm border for the 20 to
30 per cent rates ottering lias bei n '■■
tighten money nl Montreal und
Toronto so that bank rates bun- been
raised to II per cent   fur  en .-.,-.
Montreal bunkers admit  tlm growth  ,,.,   ■>   ,: I farms
of Canada affords amp o demand they can get
all the mniiey they can supply.
  sbnw what  o
The bank stati    -
,   ,    ,   , '-■■-''
t^ the tank. I       ' - -.     •
no less tlinn $116 ,1  extra  I        •    .
various channels, tin - ■ - •
heii ■
Ni iv cnpil d -' ckn
FORTUNES
IN FRUIT
Twenty-One Thousand Dollars
Made on 28 Acres in a Year.
F. A, Hewer Much Impressed
with Okanagan Country,
K. A. II,-nei- bus ri turned from the
Okan igan  intry, nnd i- full of en-
ih --in-ill ci nee      ; the pi spects ■:'
from  a   (mil   .-    ling
standpoint,   Mr, Hewi   suys il
■
THfClpMIJNP
FtRFBCTIQN
■9FTMB
?l
MRfKfci
1 2lbs Net. ri
Qurililydndpunly OuAranreecl.y
COPPER MINING
,ervi " ,
I
inert tisi
posits, Ciiiiadn
[ncreasi
tie-
A Profitable Business
■'■-■-■-■'
ichii '
I'I ■
-
Ufii'...!-'-!
i■'     :
,   ,--    : tl        -..       .
citizen wort       I tin
:'■.:. '
;:•-:•       ll igllt  rati
tii ie ti   ' -   it) -   incilget thi-|
' inst lied ■ gnining the present
and pn spectivi \ due I h city-
ivi: nd light | ml tin -- irance
' . . -,..; ind .-•:.-- and Hie establishment :' ni .' : -trie- that will follow
Ihe supply I cheap p wer. 'Ihere
im lew cities bettor situated than
Hi vi -• -:- lor tin - ipply ul chi up
p wi; and      - it) - ITi i i hotter
bonus ' ■..-.-- than such p wcr,
Glancing    ■   the m   spapi r.- ive find
thi ri :- :. I i cit) ol any c  pience
that ;- not clanlnring iur industries
m ,i, fr, ring big bun .--- to gi I them,
Tin pr sperity ol Calgan tmlnj dntee
from tin- tin.' thai city h nimwl the
c p p. tu move their -Imp- tu thai
r',,|-
■
This  monej     -    -
ted States.    The Inst state-;1-'*'!.  mat
■   il
-i
s       '   " -:,:   i
' I v
inks enjuy    grenl
,..-...-.          I'hcir  lu-te  is.-ues
.... mti cd         the Dun
the    concession      ■ gri il    value
allowed,    In   rotnri tho   Dm
SflldbvCrocersEvei^;^,
NOTICE
\TOTH K i- hereby given Unit thirty dnys
_> alter dale I iiitond to uyiily lo'tho Chlof
ri.iiimi"i..ii.-i.,(l„'iiiil-itii«l\Vi.rk- for special
;■■": i- tu cm niidciirrj nway timbor from llm
following ilorfflbml lands "Hunted hi North
Easl Kncitonii) district, It C -
I    Cnmmonclng nl n post planted out* mile
wa*i fnnn Un- f.icit of Klnbaskcl Lnkennd
-i,*uli nf iln' Colnmbln Rlrer
-.;       -_ |   i; Mclii'im'- Mint li oast corner,"
■■ ici   .- - - thenco north mi chains,
■ -■ cu ■•:''■:-1.. . thoneo south -SO chains lo
., ■ ■   ■ cun   oni'oinunl
int. it,,, - Mnrch Mil
I*. MoBEAN.
- ii n |m-i nl nn toil mi tii"
io I nlnmhin River, aboul 2S
■ .,- ..I Kiiilmskol Lake, nml
M   : ,- : mill]  bast   I'nrniir,"
■  unco wosl I') chains,
■::.-. il io i-.i-i 10chains
','■-. HI CO llBIll
r Mnrd   110
K. McllEAN.
i   i ;.,, : iilaiitiiii nlmut :( nf
:, i liivornbiiiil V .
p. fiwit ul Kiiilm-lii't Lake nnd
il ■ until  wo-t Ciirnor."
■ ■ .*!■ l' i I Ji) chains,
■ ■ ■ so chains to
■
-•
K   McllEAN
u '-"I  In-
. ■ ib   ■■
■ irked   K
... ,-.■   null HI
■ ■■"    -
it nf i mn*
"
K   McBKA
■
...
■
'■' . *   corner,'
■ ■ ■
■ ■
NOTICK
COBALT
,, u     ighl -   di    ii il thnl tin -'■ priv
ileges   shall not In- iiliii-i-d »
ease by  Bending  lund    .-1|
A Mile of Boarding Holies.
(.'iilinll ml
teini I'liero ii
dt, and
Canada  into  n   loreign     | live  , n||h;,  ,.., ,      ,
tnnrkcl   tu  II"-  dotritni nl   nl hniiKi |,„ ,,..,,   f „     .. -   .■ : ti/es uud
enterprisi and industry. liko .luiiah ■  gourd
~ This i-  tt  ii idi n-wnil town
Tho   Fish  und   (latno    I'mtoclinn l|(,,   ,h,,(   ,..
Society   recently  urganised  desorvc    iui- in  the building art,   A - ■   ip
ih, hesi Biipport uf every lover ol trim
spurt,    II,ul nr gun alViinb mnnly ex
rights,   sume   Iir pupor    mul   tl   fnw
rough Ixiards .".-l      -   i - the miuh
urn, up I,, data mini        ick
trcisc nud   Irniiiing,  nud   llm   mure
attractive    the      iiiuiiiitaitiB     and
point    in Canmorc.   Itev,      ko can I streams can I mli   In Riiglers uud
otter the very inducement thai iiiunu-'hunters the bcltci will it ho nol unly
I'.vet-ybndy I.-  in   ,  hurry, und . m
hour in,Hung nn llm IriK'tsRlid u      il
tin    In .1 i-l .  ||l|| IllilK'l   1111(1 el.nie i
iii ill u ,0--     Mi ii , ni, -I'-, p nml dream
ll
rl
-
■
■
-
Um
■■
tl .,
1 1
it
'
LOS'I
i
For Sale Or Rent.
A    FARM    (IN    EASY    TEKMS
   , It'tl
ll, i „• ,■■                |„, ||,,ti
,|n|   ,,l|l ,1                        M       '- ii lilllllll     -I
I  - ■ .,■. II ,■ I '•        ■•    -      i IL    M   ,. ||l
1     I  ,, el ||i   M e.I.
THE CITY EXPRESS
G. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prompt delivery of parcels, bnggnge,
lc, lo nny part nf the City.
Any Kind of Transferring
Undertaken.
TELEPHONE NO. 7.
SEE
Wine; Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelsloke of
useful   nml   ornamental
articles:
Tell BOrVloUB
I'lilies
lliislii'ls
(lauo Chain
llillnUen-lhi-f .
'Klinvi-r Puis
Uaibrellii BUtitls
Ininuli lliisknts
HlllnklllS .IlleleU
k linisl-.
kind
Sill
GOLD FIK1I
Kliu'st slock uf rituilli'M nud Iruits In town,
Front Strool, Revelstoke
NOTICK
\1 (I'l'll'li IS HKIIBIIV UIVKN  Uiul 111 llliys
ll    ■ lily- nflnr, Inlp I inl Ilu ll|l|lly 1" ll„'
linn, t'lnnf l',nnn,is-i,„u,r ,,( l.tttnls ninl Wlirks
fnr |n'r,ni**i,ui lu iniri-luisii lln- (olbnviiii*- iln-
orlllOll llllllis, Mlnnl,' in tlm llovolslcko llfvlslllll
„( Wn.-I. Kniitniinj llislrii-l:
I'ltinnionoliiRiiiii jmibI ,.lit.it...I on llm nasi
linlili nl  lln, I ill Ii iii   Itivnr, iiiiiml iniivliiill
mill-inn-Ill ei III'-,,,,mill ,,t I'ltrnns I'rnnk, uiul
mnrknd "(' J.H'a Soulli Wn-I llnruor l'„sl,"
tlionco null uu rluiin*; 11 i nnrtli Hi oliiilusi
tilOIIQO wnst IMI i-llllin*. lm tin, HtiniO nuir,, nr In*.*.
In lit'- nn*' Inini. ,,(tin, I'nllltnliiii Itil-nr: 11 '■'■
[ulliiwlini Um nioiiinlorliiBs „f llm Columbia
Itlvor in it Snntliorlj- ilirootlon In tin' i>,,iui ol
I'liniiiii'tii-nniiiiil iitniiiini:  ISli m-rns ninrnttr
lii'iiinliliisnvniiij-.iiiiiili ilny ul Mnroli, A.D.,
iiim.
A|i. 12m. ('. .1. 111'MHNS.
NOTICK
Nll'l'lei', Is lii't-uliv itliini Uml nisi)- iluys tifn-i-
Until I Illli'llil In ll|i|lly In tin' ll„i>. I'liii'f
Cniilnissiiini'i- ,,f l.ntnls mill H'.uks fur iiurilllHHl.il,
Miut-cli-wi tlie Inlliiwliu ,l,-s,-iil,,-,l luiiils fur
,,.',st,,ri<l |,ui'|,,)s,-s, -.limo liolllH sltlllltoil in-:.r
Iillli'llil llnv. n,li,,iiiili|,|.l,,.|s|2ll.-,, 71,11 nml  TTI.
ilom-rl I iwjfnlfiiHB:       .._J
rCUiillllnoni'lllft nt ;ili,'|s„ntlirust. r,,rlti,|-,,f  f ..it
-'ll.,. tin-   linl'llt In li'il'llii'iist   ,',,1-11,'r of  l,,,l
2115, til ,- oust llli'linins, lli.-.i -.- snulliBn ,-lmins
I,, hnl 7„ll, III,',!'-,- llrsl.  III  I'lmins  In   |lnlllt ol
.....it.
l-'.'lilllnry.--I,. Ill'iii.
T. 1,1'IIIIATI-',.
112 li|> 28
NOTICK-
VTOTICK IS IIKItKBY GIVEN thnl thirl;
i\ ilnj'Kaflor(lulo llntoml to applylothi
rhii'f Conimisclonorof bniuls nml Works fur
-lici'iiil iicotuulo cui «"»ni carry nway timbor
from tho following rtoscrlbod lantin in Wosl
Kootonay Dlatrlot:—
l   ComiuoncliiB nt a ptwl inarkoil "B. Blyth
nml C. ll. Klrk'Hsniith ""^i enrner |ihbI," pliiutoil
iilmilt tun ymilsHi'st nf .Mcisijiiit" Croek, Hlt'lli'c
iiMiiii mi chaliiH, tlionco cant ni pIibIiw, tlionco
south siiflinins.tlii'in'i* wesl 80 chaliwIh|inlnl nf
cniimioiiconiont.
2. ('iiiniiienchiK nt tl |innl mnilteil "It. Itlyth
antlC, li, Kirk'ssmiiiii'iist cornor pnal/'pliinluil
about 18011 yanla wo4n( Mnm|iiltnCrook,thonce
nnrlh mi rliiiins, thenco went 80 chains, tlieiicM
south 8i) chains, tlionco caul sn cIiaIiih lo unlnl nf
I'nniinonccinoiit,
DnU'il March :inl, lOtW,
IIKIIT ltl.Y'lll.
('. II. KIRK.
NOTICE.
Notice is lioroby uivoii that al tlio next mooting
of the Itnartl nf Mcoiiullia Cnmiillssttiiiurs fur tin-
Cltj nf Uovolstnko, I «ill iimtly for permbilon lo
transfer to lb-iir\ J. McSnrloy nml John McSnrloy
nf Kevolstuko, all my rluht, title anil Interest in
ami tn the retail lli|iinr Iicbiwo hehl Ity tne In respect ttf llie premises sllnate in the City nf Itevot-
stokeknmvnasllieQneoirs linlol,
Dat.'.l mli April, 11)00.
in lil .IOIIN II. ItlM'.lNsoN.
TI.MHKK NOTICKS,
Notice Is lioroby given that thirty days after
itato I intenil in apply to the Chief tommis
sinner of Lamlsanil Work's foraspeolal llconsu
i.i cui nmlcarrv away limber from the follow-
hnt ile-icrlbed lathis, sitnalo Intlio Osoyoos
Ulvlsinnol Vale Dislricl:
i. CommonolnR al a post, planted on tlm
wosl bank of the mirth fork of Cherry tlreok,
iihonl I'inht miles up tl"' oreek, riuiniiiKcnsl
pm chains norlli »' chains, west on chains,
-mn ii 411 chains, west lu chains, south i" chains
lo poinl uf commencements,
March 'Mli. IflML
.1, It, MACKEN/.IK.
.. i lommciicing al a post about oncotiartcr
ui a mile frum llie west hitiik of the norlli fork
of Cliorry Crock and aboul nine miles up lho
creek, rnnniiiu' cum sn chains, north mi clmins,
ivesl sn chains, south 80 clmiiis bo point of com-
iiiotni nienl.
March-lltli, IflOfl,
(IB01UIK II. CAMI'UKI.I..
!(, (Commencing al a post aboul ono-lialf
mill' frum the oast bank of tliu norlli fork of
Cliorry creek and aboul ten miles up ihe creek,
running norl h mi chains, west hi** elinlns, south
-"I Imiii--. oasl BO chains to poinl of commcncc-
inent,
M irch3)th, limo.
.1. it. HACKENKIK.
I Cominrnclng nl a posl nbout oiie-half
inllf from lho north bank of Ho' nortli fork of
'   i-rry l rook .mil aboul twelve miles apt ho
■ n Ingonsl 100 chains,south lOohaliis,
vi il Ifln ohains, north In e.bnins to point uf
commencement
Mn-l, Kith, 100(1
I   It. MAi'KKN/.IK
i ui,-I-., i „' .ii ii posl   about ono half
-nil*- from the norlh hank of the norlli fork of
■ ■    Creek and al ' twelve milos up the
■I.- - i < ion i halns, north lo chains.
i,    iml in   -imiii  lu chains to poinl nf
in i'im nl
ml: iium
f)M)l«tl  Ii C'AMI'HKI.l-.
'.   i mi' • al   i  posl -il i line half
outh hnnd nf north fork of Cliorry
■ . ii.-1 i bom tijini'i* lies up the creek,
nor; '-SO chain   caul SU chains, -uuih Mich	
|| , i.     ., IHllllI uf ruiiiliiciirciili'lll.
■     rP',
I1KOKUK li UAMPIIKM.,
,,i,mn in um ,ii ,i posl nboul oiioouurtor
,f i mill froiiilhomnniioncoof thcsoulli fork
■ m ■ fork md it nli fink of Cherry
[,'rcpk H.'i "h Lho -uniii bank of said nouth fink
•A Dm hfork ri i g lonlh BO chains, oiul
 it -'i ill-no , wosl m chains lo
:   [jiniiii tn emenl
,!,, ■ mih ihui
lil <il:',|-  II   CAMI'UKI.I,.
Cold RuriKe Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
MKK'l'S KVKItY WKUNKBDAY
in  Oildfellnws1   Null  at  B
o'clock       Vlsllillu   Kllliillts   are
ennliallv invited,
15, W. 11. 1'AliKT, C.V.
ll. II  imOCK, K  of 11, A S
H. A. HROWN, M. nf V.
Kootenav LodKe No. l&AF.&A.M.
The regular meet
ing- are hold In the
MiiMinie.     Temple,
IiIiII'VIIdwm Hull,nu
ilu tbinl Monday In
.■nei) month nt >
p.m, VUltiugbrcth
ron cnrdlally wil
coined
('. a. PltOOUNIKIl, SKOUKTAIIV.    ra
SELKIRK LODGE, NO 12,1. 0.0. F.
Meets (iverj'Thursda*
OYoiUngliiOflil follows
Hall al, a o'clock
visiting brethrenooi
.Imlly  invitcil  to nl
tonoc
J. MATIIIK, Sir
It. MACDONAI.I), N.O,
WOOD YARD
I hnve slni'teil n perillnnellt Wunil
Ifard on Third alrcot. With mv put)
experience I linpe to be in a pnsilion
to satlafy all roqnlioinonta nf custom-
ers. Dry curd wuud kept in stuck nnil
supplied in nny luilgllia nt reiluced
prices lor cush.
11. SAMSON,
RE-OPENED !
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FIRST STUFF 1".
Onion fur Hoef uud Mutton,
Poultry, Fish nud Hinnll guuds
will rei'.eive promptattoiltiull,
Something Pure
ll you ure looking for Pure
lluiioy we have just opened up
n consignment ul   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE   COMB
in 1 III. Iinxes, or in 5 Hi. onus
"Guaranteed Pure."
CANNED   GOODS
Our Canned Hoods nre second
to none, uud mure thun Hint
we "Guaranleo every Can."
HOBSON & BELL,
GROCERS, BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.
WAH CHUNGS
Radish, Lettuce, Rhubarb, Etc.
Supply of Gold Fish on hand.
Front Street, Revelstoke
I-I-'.II'I'II'ICATI-: 111,' IMlMtllVI-'.MKN'I'S.
NIITICI-:.
i',,uil,l,-i,-i Mineral Claim,
rlllmilt! in lln- Aitnii l,nk,' MIiiIiik lllvlsliin ul
Wnst Knnti'iiny llislrii-l.
Winn-,, Ini'iitwli  Ni'iir.tliu N lira mi llio Lnmir
Arrnli l.nk,,.
Tnki) milieu liiul 1. Kuniitilli I,. Iluriiut, uauut
(,',- Aintii' tii'llilii'i- (Ailmlnlstriitrls fur lln- .-st.it.-
nt I', II. Kellllier .l.-.-.-iis.-.l). S| inl In-,- Mlnw'n
•Vriiilriitt, Nu. 61176 liilmiii, sixty iln™ (ruin tlio
ii.ili- hnv„f, t„ ;i|i|,li In tin- Minim; ltoranllll' fnr
n IVrtilli-iiti' nf ltii|,r,,v,'in,,lils, fnt- till]|,ni|i„si, nf
nlitaliiliinn Groivii(iniut ..ftlit-almvu(ilnliii,
Anil fiirtlioi lulcu milieu I lint ll.-l i..l>, llll.ll-r Hi','
Uuu 117, limit tm ciuiiiiiuia'oil lielnru Uu- issiuini-i,
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VANCOUVER, -   •   B. C.
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Raw Furs Bought,
Gash Prices Paia
F.  B.   WELLS,
Exnorter of Purs.
Richard R. Copeland
JOBBING OARPI3NTEBI
AND (lAHINKTMAKKll
Mnnlles, Shelving, Sturm  Duni'8, etc
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
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I2li-
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First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
Lnrao Uininirriinni for
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Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE
Certificate  of Improvements.
USTQTIQE
Poiicook Minnr.il Claim, sitimto in llm llovol-
stoke Mining Division of Wost Kootonay
Dislricl;
Whern locatod: -At
Hi,.' llninl,
liuiiltinl Bftsin,
i tho
TAKE NOTICK thnt I, II. Smith. Free
Miner's Curlillouto No, B88523, notIIIR ns nKimt
hirC, ,1. Rumens, Kroo Miner's Cnrtilicnto No,
HiSStHii; 11 K. Hubiiisoii. Free Minor's Certitl-
cute No. 1188555 nml Win, M. Suiton's Fren
Miner's Cortiflenle No. II MUK5, lutein] sixty
days from dote hereof to upjily to the Minimi
Ueeordor for a Cor ti Hen to of ImprovemeutH for
do imriKisocir ohtiilniiiifH Crown Grant of the
a hove claim.
Ami further, take Hotlco, that notion under
Section 'tT, musl he commenced bnfori*) the
issuance nt such Cortilloate of liniinivenifliits.
Datod this Hocnncl day uf Anrll, A.I),, vm.
All.4   2a. |{. SMITH.
Certificate of  Improvements.
NOTICE.
Martha J lino  Frticliiin ninl   Mintu   Minora!
Claims, sitimle in the llovolstoke Minim;
Dlrlilonof West Kootenny District.
Whoro   located:   At Sliinihird   lliisin,   lliir
Hem).
TAKIC NOTICK thai I, l{. Pmitll, Freo
Miner's Certificate No. I) IU-i,uctttig nan-gent
fur the Prineo Mining and Development Com'
Many. Limited Lin bill ty; Free Minor's Cortifl*
cute No 1188185, Intend sixty days frum date
herenfli) apply In the Mining Iteronlor for
Certificates of rmprovemenls for the puriioHo
of obtnlultlK   Crown   (Irants   of   tlio    almvo
claims.
Ami fnrthor, lake notice, that action under
Section .Ti, must he commoiicod hofiiro tlio
Issuance of such Certificates of Improvement!*.
Dntod Ihis Second day of April, A. I)., 1909.
Ap.4-2m. H. SMITH.
NOTICE
NOTICK IS HKKEIIV QIVKN Hint .-iti days
after date I intend to apply In the Hon. Chief
Commissioner of Lands ami Works for it special
license to cut nnd carry away timber from tho
following doscribod lands, situate at or neur
the Standard Hasin, Hovolstoke district.
CniiimHiiciiiK at a in ist planted nbout 11 milos
north of Standard Mine, and markod " C.J.
B's South-West Corner Post" i thoneo north imi
chains; thenco oast -HI chains; thenco south
100 ohnlns| thenco wost 4n chains Ui the place
of eommoiicomont.
Dated tho Second day of April A,D., 1900.
Ap.4 2.tn. C.J. RUMENS,
NOTICE
Do You rivo ■'""' ft!AI!"
II k It A I. D regularly
ami "on time?" If not, kindly
notify the olliee at mice, either
'I'I • Ili or by postal,
M.  J.  HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouses & Seed Houses
VANCOUVER, B. C.
IIKAIMJI AHTBItS mill PACIFIC COAST
UUOWN I1AIIIIKN', l-'ll'il.ll AND KLOWKIt
sl-il-ilis. Nrw ,-|-„|, nnw in stunk uiul un Inst,
ni nu, ki, ,-uiuiiisi-s. Ask iniir iiiiiri-liiuil (in-
liu-li, in si-nli-,1 |,ii,-l*ii|-,s. If tin ,1,,,-s not hutiill,
llu-lii in-will ttliiil .VI iisstn-li-il.   .s- |,nrki:l* n(
i-nuiilnlilo anil llnwri- m I* (ourowi. tioioatloii,
.,iii,iiil,(„ili c. s-iinli-iisi (in- tun upcclnl
lu-ii-fsun vuiir lilllk si-,:,l-i.
II, C, UUOWN I'-III'IT AMI (IIINA-
MI'.NTAI. TKKK8  now nimi)   for   up Ihk
-IlijUIU-lll.
K\tin ni,.--loci uf tin,uml thrcu-your Aptilti
Tm-nt tin.im|i,-r nm. tl"-un por 1,0801 Mny-
nun! I'i,inn. ?U.i ouclil liuliiin I'riiiu-, two-
year, lino, t--',."! P'-r '""i Sugar I't-iiiu,, two-
yenr, lino, tun.1" , or U".
Kullli-l iilnllu-r sl,,,-kut i-i-Kul'ir in-icus. Nn
i-.|n-n*,-, loll nr ilnlny „f fillilikullnn ur
iii-|i,-, Iuin.
Ij-i inti iirlco your li-t tnitoro liluolng juur
tirilnr.
(iri'i-iiluun,, I'luni-, KlorWork, l!,-nS,i|,|,li,-,
Kruil I'ni-knH'-, Kcrtllliori. el.'.
CATAUIIU'K KKKK.
Nl.  J,  HENRY
.win, VU.STMI-.STI.H ROAD, VANCOUVER, B. C.
NOTICK isliiTi'liy iiivi-n Unit:milnvsnfttir rlute
in- Inn-nil In iipply 1„ lli„ linn. Tin- Olllel
CoininiiilnuiiroCLniiili nntl Works for n Spi-i-iiil
l.ii-i'tist, In cut nml carry awtiy tltnltur fnim tin,
foltowillU ilii.srrilii'il luiiils.
1 Coiumiilii-ltig nl n post i'liiiiU',1'.'niIniius
nnrtli (rout tlio snittli iiohI cornor ol l,,i No, till
nml niiirki-il "A. I.. Co'l. N. IV. i'„rii,-r pnst,"
III,-III',--milli SH i-linni*. sn cliallll llllsl, 80 rlinins
imrlll, HI l-llililis in-st ti, nnil,, nf i-iilnm.tu-nlliunl.
Ilnlcil llili M ilny nlSlnrcli, lind
-!. Ciiiniiiciii'lnu nl ii post plantod liii'lulni
iiiiilli (ruin iiu> iiinlli ii-oil ciirncrol Iol No,Oils
uml inniki-il "A. I,. Uo'i. Si.i.ll.u.-si corner poll,"
Ilii-ii,-,-su,-In,in.- nnrtli,sn ,'Iiniii* i'nsl,sn rhnius
soutli.80clmins wiwl top,,hit nf .-..iinii.-i.tein.-r.l.
Ilntiiil llili Mnl ilny ol Mnrcli, um:.
AltltUWHBAI) I.I'MIIKII CO., I.1M1TKD,
Irannm.rks
and Copvrlghti
nliiiiitmil in nil ttountrlos.
PATENTS
■ obtained in all c<
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney
Mechanical Attorney and Engineer,
Room :i, Kairtlcld.Hlock,(iranvillnst„ near I'.O
VANCOUVER, B.  C.
A poi.icnrd will secure an ovoning appoint
ment for .uoso who cannot, call during the day
111 HOTEL
Arrowhead, B. C.
Cliai'iiiiniily situnteil un Ihe shines
uf Ai-i-uw Luke.
Good Trnttt Fishing.
Buata always I'ur hire.
S;ilit|i|i- Itiiullls in l-'illlli-,-Iinil.
l-'irsl-eliiss  hniise  flit' Tiiiuisls uml
(',,1111111 i-i in 1 nn-ii.
IW. J. Lightburne, Proprietor f
Till- MAII.III.IIAI.II. IIKVI.I.STOKI', I:. I
DOMINION
PARLIAMENT
Bitterness in Debate.
(SikicIiiI Initio Mm. Ilnn.ii.ii.)
Ottawa, April 7,—The feature uf
this »- ok in parliament has boon the
bitterness ot the tune nilnptetl by the
speakers in debute. Sonrcoly a day
has pasted thut bus nut witnessed uu
ill-1 ill111 i.ills llleOUrjsloil in the House,
iii tbe coureo nl which pei'sonalitios
have been hurled from side to sile
and Mr. Speaker bus been ns bitty us
a village sohool inarm making tbe
naughty boys behave thonisolvot.
And how
l.lKl: A LOT OF Uuvs
thus,1 law milkers ul uiirs nre ut times.
They taunt eiob othor with every ro-
linenient ul aggravation, They gibe
and jeer. They jolly lind onjole. And
thcunly reason they dun't cull names
and punch one anothor apparently is
thnt it Is nut "parliamentary," nnd
thoy wnuld hnvo to sit up nnd sny
tbey weie curry und wouldn't do il
again, lint thev sail just um close lu
the wind ns Ihey dure.
Possibly the must
UBSl'BKATK Tiixurivsi.asuim;
Inr it wn* little better—of the week—
at any rate tho must vicious and pro-
lunged—was in the debate on Prid.iy
nfleriiiiun uml ovoning, whon tho accident tu the tuwor in tbo west block
wns discussed. The accident itself—
tin- collapse ul n l.irgo stction ul n
flOCl.lKKii'xti'iisiun in courso of cun-
struct ion right on Parliament Hill,
and su clusc tu the Commons Clinniber
thnt hnd the llmisc been sitting it
wnuld have Ih'cii startled bj the crush,
and the almost miraculous escape
Irom death ol six or eight workmen
who bud lo jump fur their lives when
Ihey felt tlie building crack nnd tremble, nil this funned an incident uf suf-
lieent national interest to warrant the
attention of Parliament being culled
tu it. lint, in additiou, thc attempt
was made to establish therefrom
CHAHUI'8 Ol' I'lllMlNAI. CAKKI.tC88.VKgS
and lu.vity of supervision, which it wns
cininieil wus typical of the manner in
which public works were being carried
out all uver the country. Thut money
enough wns being paid fur these works
to ensure nothing but the very best is
admitted, und s it wns alleged anything bill the best wus being supplied
the obvious inference wns that there
was n leak sotiiowlieroaiid the country
wns being defrauded, in other words
that there was a lingo graft ur series
of grafts, being worked. Thi, wns the
text und the sermon wns
OUTSPOKEN AN'U EMPHATIC,
Whether it was well applied under
the circumstances is another question.
The criticism uf the particular case
in point was that poor material hnd
been used, the simplest rules ol con-
structiun ignored, and therefore that
the olllcials entrusted with supervision
hnd been must culpably lax in the
performance ol their duty, to sny
nothing of the morality nf the contractor's part of the transaction, From
this members branched but in every
direction. A pier ut St. John's ou
Lake Huron, a breakwater ut Grand
Bend, nn armoury at Woodstock, X. S.
a public building ut Sussex in tbo
same province, nnd many other cases
were cited ns alleged examples uf incompetence and negligence on the
part nf the departmental nllicinls, und
in each enso the accusing member declared some friend ol the Onvernnient
was alleged to have raked in a
snug little margin which wns secured
by Iriiudulint scamping nl contract
specifications, Warming up to their
subject opposition meniliors proceeded
to
IMPLICATE MK.MHKKS Of I'AIII.IA.MliNT
with their wives, their sisters, their
Cousins and their aunts until the
House got wildly excited, und every-
body wiib culling order und adding to
tho disorder.
W. H. Dennett, nf Kust Sinicne, hns
the reputation uf being one of the
nattiest—or perhaps "wimpish" would
bo a bettor description—debaters in
the House, and he justified his reputation tliis day, lle is a light weight
even with hit own tide nml certainly
is never heard ol outside bis uwn cun
stituenoy, but ho is utterly unscrupulous In debute and hikes advantage ol
ovory little ipiilihli' in ordor to annoy,
and, whoro ho can, with Impurity insult his opponents.   He bus tbo
lllim 01' A   lllllNOI'Kltllrl
und nono ol tho instincts ol u gentleman nml it will ho readily undorttood
that Ulioll a mnn bus it in Itin power to
bu qtilto ohjootlonablo at tliiios, What
bis reputation may bo in ig gontlo-
ini'l* Is anothor thing but thut doetn'l
truiiblo lilm,
ll mny be Imagined lhat lou much
space hns boon given tliis matter, but
it is well thnt the people should  poop
Itehintl the scenes sntiu-l-tin s mul  sit-
iheir
MKMIIKltS AS THKV APPKAII
viewed (rum the gallery, when one
member clinrncicrizes another us "one
nl the must artliil dodgers ovor
kiin.vn," and another suvs a speech
just delivered Is' villilicilinn nnd |ii
litionl blnokgiinrdism," while tho sumo
"honorable und gallant goiitloiinin"
(save tho mark) expresses the wonder
as tn how many vacant sonts ll.eie
would bo in tho government benches
if ihe unlawful nets ul tholr occupants
were investigated uud evetybuily wns
in penitenliiiry Unit otlglll tu be.
A racket—nnl, 11 dignified, bill quite
corroolly descriptive toi ill—un smite-
wlitti similar lines, though nol q iito
su vindictive nceiirred u cniiple nl days
curlier in the week when
THK LANI1 POLICY
ul tlio Government in Ibe Xurthwc.-t
wus under discussion. At leust two
members from the west woro ohnrged
with Irullieing iu public lands, iu participating in fuel, iu burefiicod grail,
and were compelled to sook the
protection of the chair boforo llio
tirade stopped,
As nn ull'set to nil Ibis the lluuso
hits discussed tbo laird's Day Observance Act nnd given sumo uttoiitlun tu
other mutters, iiiclud.ng lho estimates
ul 81'vernl dopartnionts, Altogctbei
things are livening up.
BE MINE.
MY LITTLE ONE
Pretty Love Story from the Old
Land. — Numerous Letters
Passed. But Rector Refrained from Mentioning the
Word Marriage.
The London Daily Mail has the
following from Del fust:—" As pretty a
little lovo story as ho hud ever come
across," wns how counsel ut Belfnst
Assizes yesterday characterized the
action brought against the liev. Jus.
Jennings Smyth by Miss .Muy Kobiu-
son of Diuiuirry, Belfast, for breach of
promise.
Whon the plaintill', who is still n
minor, wns n school girl nf fourteen,
tho defendant, mnv rector ol St.
Donard's, Dlu .infield, wns citrine ul
the parish nl Derragliy, nnd wns on
friendly terms with llr. Robinson,
His lovo for the girl, said oounsel, wus
lirst shown when l.e presented her
with a cracker motto, "Say you will
be mine, my litto One. Sny yuu will
wait fur me only a few more Christ-
masses, then happy wo will bo."
Ily Enster, 1901, they were regarded
as an engaged couple, At one time
there was a till', but it wns healed up,
and when the plaintiff's sister asked
if Unit were so, lie replied, " She's mv
Mary, I'm her Joe."
One evening lie culled nt the house,
snid counsel, nud .Mrs. Robinson was
preparing to light the lire, when be
snid, " Ynu need nut light tlie lire fur
inc. Your girl is not sulllcionlly
clnss fnr me. I am told by the elo-gy
1 oiinnot huvo her Iur my wife."
There were numerous letters, but.
snid counsel, the defondunt hnd cure-
fully refrained from mentioning Hie
word iniirringc In them. On a picture
postenrd, however,  ho  hnd  written.
Xicc place for the holiday nr honeymoon,"
The plaintiff, in her evidence, s.iid
the defendant frequently sut with her.
kissed her, und planed his ami!
around her. At her parents' house n
pair of slippers wus kept for him.
The lion ring wus adjourned,
. i.
W, J. Curtis, Pin no Tuner, will bo
In town a few days,    Orders lelt at
,eivi-Urns, ur Ii. HowiOll'i Iiii'iiitini-
lure will receive prompt attention,
Pieaeee every Smoker the " Maroa
Vuelta."
LAND NOTICES
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THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
I I.MITED.
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KIIMNU THK UlSPUiSAL Ul' UU
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Lu.iuWiiiB raits uiu ciuigcil;—
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a.i uuier piuu-cta, _ pa  iuin uii  lln
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ilufllst-.  la  .osiitii  uu  suuli  ua' u   bl'll.
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LandsforSale
i Crown Crantedi
Tbe following blocks uf land situate
on Oiilena Bay, Upper Arrow Lake,
aro (or sale by the undersigned :
Lot 77.'l 306 acres
"   24.15 2111   ••
"   2440 41   "
Pur fin ther particulars apply tu
J. V. Armstrong,
Box 776, Vancouver, B. C.
NOTICK
VTOTICE i- lioroby given tl.tt sn Jnyi
_> lifter (Into wo Intond lo apply to tho Honor
iiliin tlio I'ltii'f CommlMiouor of Urn!-- imrl
Wiirlc-- fur n iiioelnl llcoma lo nit and carry
away timber from tlie follnwlllff described
inini.-, ni in a I od in Woit Kootonnj IJUlrlcl i
CnliiiiiL'tii'lliHill .i |io.i umrki'il ' 11, lll)th nnl
. it.  icirk'i imrlli ca«l uornoi ihm|
Hllll li-ij.ml- til nf  Cllttoll I'h.k mil ilmlll
llll It'd (mm Mo-.i| ii iio r k. Uieiire wwl i
rlmliu, llivnre miiIIi Hi .li.nn-, iliciin   ■  -■    ■
• I M. llirnro nortli w I'lnilm In pnlnl nf iiiin-
llli'lir Dill Pill.
Ill l.l   HI.*) Ill
'■   it   ItlHIC,
IMlwl Mil Miurll, HMD
it'iiiiim iu ail tuauer uu uiau jjruiiit*;.
ui I'Uuiic: tu lllytli Hull, v\.it-. ill Lilt >-.is
ut   actual   bttlLiblft,   Wliu   itiiUlIU   Uiu   Uill
. . . iui.ii uwn uat.
aeliiuia  uuu  ullitis  uiuj   ulao  u«iuii
ptltliua .u tui up tu i*.u luIUs ul t.Yuuu iw-
SU,U     WllllUUl     .Uiii^ttllllUlli
im,- uuta pujuiiiu luiuvi .1 ptimii uu
*jl._U "Utr UluusailiJ lutit UiiUi, iui squ-ll'
ulilUtr    UUU   auwiuiib   ul    UU)    \>uuu   '--v
tupi uuk; iiulu 1-- lu 1 l-i tenia pei ....'-■-<
luul   lui   UUiiUlllt   lUj-ia;   11 Uill  1-  1-.   lu  -
euiua pel' luiu iur ttuud, i tent lut lt..f
puDUij -j ttiila iur raitwu) uta; uuu j
eulilb per euru lui' Biiingle Ijoils.
muses tur Biuziii(j purpuats ure i^u^
Iur u Lei in ui iweiiij-uue yuars, ut u
iLiiiut ui iwu tenia pel nut pep uiiuuiii
uuui luiiUb iiiiij uu purunustU ut tr
pei uuru iui Hull tuul ana ->Jj iui uniuru
ulte. Aui uiuie titan oJu aeie= nuj ui
ucquilvU u)  one individual or cunipuii)
iiuyuily ai Uie tale ui lu tents pu lui
ui -w-j jj-uui.Ui ia tulletted un llie Biu»r
uUlpUl.
Liitnea Iur iuinl lui utjueulluiui put
puses may Lie made ptiaulially ul Hit >u
eai laud ullite lui uie liiairitl in wii.ei.
Uiu land tu be taKeii up ia siluuteu, u.
il uiu nuiiieaieuUei desires, tie ma,,, ui
uppu auuii iu tue Mltilater ul me iiiiti "<
.a uiuiu, uie Cuiiiuussluucr Ul lUIIUI*_iU
uuu ai ■tvininpee, ui tne lu«al ugem iui
Uie LJialiiel, ulllllli whitti llie lUUU U
aituuteU, reuttive uuitiunt) iur sunn; um
iu uiuKu ull try iur liiin,
A tee ut ♦!« ia cnurge-J tor liouiesuuu
entry,
A settler who lias received un eiiiij tui
u homes lead, la itquiied Lu peituriu lm
uomlitions connected thereW1W uiidei uiu
ul Uie lu.luvviny pi-tiis;—
U; al leasi aix inuiiitia' residence ut-ui
und cultivation ui tne mud m each jeui
duriiiji the term ut three yeura.
n ia the practice ui the Uepartmeui U
require a setllei tu Oiiny 15 acres umiei
cultivation, bui it lie pretera lie muy suu-
iiiiuLu sLuuk; and 'iv heud ui cattle, iu ut
uctuuliy ma own property, with buildii-gB
lor their accommodation, will be requ.iMi
Insioad ut cuillvation,
(-> ii ihe turner tur mother, it the fu
ther  is dueeastUj  ul uny   peiaull   Wliu  it
eligible tu make u uuiiitsiL-ad entry u. ui -
the provisions oi ibe Act, resides upon
u form in Uie vicinity ul ihe fund ell
tered iur uy such person us u iiomesteud
ihe requlrementa of Uie Act as tu residence pnur tu obiainlng patent may bi
satlslled bj such person residing with tin
luther ur mother,
1.3J It the seiiier bus bis permun ui
residence upun farming land owned n>
him in Uie vicinity of his homestead, lln
requirements of ibe Act as to residenct
muy be satlslled by residence upon the
suid   laud.
App.it.iiiun for patent should be niadt
ui the end uf three years before the lucal
iigent, sub-ugent ur a homestead mspi e-
tor.
liefore making application fur a puti'iit.
ihe settler must give aix months' notlci
In writing to the Commissioner ol Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his Inten*
tion tu d<j su,
W.  W.  COHY,
Deputy Minister uf the Interior
Ottawa. Februray Hih, 1905,
"Carbo.Ma-ffnctk" Eli
iii Cushion Strops, $1,00,
t booklet "Hlnlfl to Shavers.
'GRIFFON KNIVES"
tln.li ,,( "OrllTon   lliixor si.-.-l   Thoj-
I...I.I nn cilgc longer ih.in nil)' iiilfc
rul     I   .: i--.,i'i„Mi:.   .Ml-ijl,.,
Lawrence Hardware Co,
IIBVELSTOKI. II. (!,
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D isJhim
G■*> a&»i-i? ivV.J'a£vnit *$Im%k*-filia ' ;-«MK
LIMITED
Law and  Commercial Printers
and Stationers
Publishers  of the MAIL-HERALD
REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
Import direct from Country of origin,
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELTSOKE, B. C
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DEALERS IN
Printing & Wrapping
Papers, Paper Bags,
Office and Hotel
Supplies.
Hotel Registers,  Hotel Printing and Supplies
Agents for Empire Typewriters.
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LOWS NOTARIES
SIBBALD & FIELD
11. w li
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE
IX Al.l.  I1 Mil's HI- THE CITY
INSURANCE COJIO.N COAL
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The Leading Merchant Tailors      V
Don't order a Suit because ii is cheap,   Order it
because ii will be becoming, fashionable, durable and
comfortable,   The besl is the cheapest,   We make thc 3?
best.    In making a Suit we give advice when wanted and
wc accept advice when a customer desires to give it.
Every nuw and then you are confronted with the
question, " Who's Vour Tailor"—L'resssman & Morrison, <; k
of cour
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Cressman & Morrison
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HOTEL VICTORIA
i Under   New   Management)
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   C
l'irst-i-las accommodation lor traveller!-.
Best brands of Wines, Spirit*, and
Cigars.
RATES   $1   AND   $150   PER   DAY
FREE   BUS   MEETS   ALL   TRAINS
WM. J. McMASTER & SONS,
-LIMITED-
WHOLESALE   SPECIALISTS
Gloves Shirts Underwear
Socks Smocks      Blankets
Hose, l/t Hose     Overalls     Dry Goods, etc.
Makers of "BUCK BRAND" Goods
ADVERTISED   EVERYWHERE
LETTER ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
Central Hotel
aa—  REVELSTOKE, B. O.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
Newly built.     First-class in every respect.    All modern convenience*
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1.50 per Day. Special.Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same  management
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $i a day,   Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT    STOITE,    PROP.
■BBSH-aBMUB
li OPENED
REMODELED
Union /fote/ Restaurant
Mrs. McKitrick, Manageress.
0|KM1  III  .ill  Inini*.
Meal Tickets Issued
Sin.tl   Ollll-rs  l.isl.-liilly Mili-,1
liates Moderate
GET   YOUR   EYES   EXAMINED   FREE
A In
ol' Gin
ki-nl  in
nlmns
ti-li In-Vi-
ivi- (fiim-nnl
pi-rfi'd I'u.
J. GUY BARBER,
nnj-lliini' in |. u.-lti
it i'sln-n- I'm vuu, '
A i-unipli-ii- slunk
ill    III.'      Mill     .1.1**
,,!' (imiils,
Jeweller, Optician
If You Are Not Able
I o attend to the writing of Advertisements yourself, send in your
ideas to us. We will put the matter in shape for you, and we think
ive can please you,
INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
Revelstoke, B. C.
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CITY LIVERY STABLES
Hack Service to any pari of the City al all
liiiiirs. Rigs equipped for Sleighing Parties.
First class Single and double Rigs. Express
draying and Transferring, Saddle and Pack
horses for hire. All kinds of job work undertaken.   Wood for sale.
Stable and  Residence   Ppone 41
Hack  Stand "     27
CHAS.   W.   TU RIM ROSS,
Queens /tote/
comaplix;
Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.   Travcllersjto     1
Fish Creek will lind excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - -        Proprleto,
Prop
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Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchant*: f
l',-k,-r- ml Ii.-ii,.. In I,., Stock Market! In nil tbo printipul CltlH »nrl 0
I'nuli -( lll»-rti. Ilr,ii,iii-..liiinl,i.nnillli, VuVon VKl«n.,(the ClllbraUd Btunrl }
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MIl.I.INRin   l'"l: I IS Vi iipciii'il up it lillle dliipineiil ul Unsti'i- Xuvi'lties, lluwi'
Wii .-,;.   - MM 11     Is
PfflnYrV'S /f/fl CiOfK In Lndii-s' nml Mi-,- Kvi-rv lUr lUiiiniiii.v.l.
■ i, . ■ nnd Lisle Tlireud—nil the Now Sim pes,
I'AM'V i'nl.l HIS AMI BELTS—Somo Charming Nuvolties,
-jjjjfcl
-W*|   St. I'etuiis—K ister service	
$& Peter's eliui-e.il ivere  nil  largolv at-
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EASTER WAISTS r the Ix-st,—cmbriu-iiigiill the N.nvest Silks, Liuvms   Nets,     M,
\      .    ,-. ,n-     I' :,,- '        $1.1111 K. $12. W
0Z    SEPARATE SKIRTS   ' '   "k >■*'»• V»u will be delighted willi Ilu-Styles, ijuiility nnil finish    ^
ernl
BOOTS  A.-NJD  SHOES
j.i-w . * lie,   .un i'111l.ir. r.-'      Vuu   mils!   ilispeel   thi.-   Nobby   Line   uf     W
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MEN'S DEPARTMENT
\.     -   pi-ntli-rs  New Spring (iluvcs,  Men's   U'lilkuver  Slmes—llie hest
ii-ihli'il.    Holy ('"iniiiiiiiinii nt  "■ -s
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FIR NEW STYLES OF
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Ml.   Vesuvius   Inn   |U
Patsy Clark is buying n mine in the
Uniuiiliiry.
bj        r>                 „ >     Prince Edward Island is lace to Inco
3, " I        I   ttDCl   .  with ii ru  dilliculties
<W£
AT GOOD PRICES CO TO
, Canada Drug & Book
Company. s
,,„„„,, iton.i"     Tin- Aiiit-i'ienii  Musiiuitu  Extern
W0W0WK
MUSIC
Bo ks md I lance folios
ten put in stock.
Anything" you want in
line we   ivill
.-.*.:     , iu il  lint   in
J unit,,11  "Society  is  inking slips   tu
• annihilate the mosquito trilie.
'I In Cnnndiun lluldlields Syndicate
lm- declared 11 dividend ul l;| pi r cent,
nn its $t">00,()00 capital stuck im this
quarter,
The Si n in In nl suys.—"Twu young
iii-ii  wliu iirrivcd in  Kainlimpi
The Ynle-l'iilnnihin Lutiilit-i- Co. lms
bought oul the Kettle River Lumber
Cu. lor 110,000.
Ethel (loddiii'd, aged G, wns burned
in dciith nl Pernio by her dress becoming lighted ul 11 lire started by other
children.
T.i.l. Proctor announces inquiries
lor Iruit lands from all over the con-
iim nt and iinit-s nn increasing demand
I'm--nnil (mil lands,—Economist.
Rev. W. 51. Rochester, M. A., ol
Kenora, lms been appointed western
secretary ul the Lord's Day Alliance
lor Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta
nnd British Cnliiiiiliiii.
There is, says the Economist, 1111
increasing dcniiiud lor Iruit laud along
thc Columbia river nml   Arrow   lakes.
nnd utter 11 o'cluck servic
Even-
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sung ni ;::iu. Tin- Altar held two
vases ul Easter lilies, nnd lho Chancel
wns bountifully hanked with potted
plants, The Pout, nl tho entrance,
liuiv iiiiuIIh-i- largo bunch uf Muster
lilies, All these, with the white fcl
drapes ol lho A llm. gave Ibe church 11l*^"
beautiful appearance, Speciul music
was rendered by the chnir.
The annual vestry meeting was held
nt St. Peter's Church on Monday, the
Hector presiding,    lloports wen' r I
from the Peoplo's Warden, Ladies'
• i.iilil, nnd Sunday School,
li, (lordiin wns re-iipptiinlcd Minister's Church wn 1 itt-ii. ninl E, W. II,
Paget, Peoplo's Warden.
Tin1 following wore elected sidestiicn:
,1. I. Woodrow, ll. Tapping, L. II.
Pratt, T, Taylor, A, Woodland, J.
Honlcy, nnd II. E, It. Smythe,
Messrs, T. Tuylur, Prod Eraser and
I). W, li. Pngel were nppuinteil lay
delegates to Synod,
GRIP AND PASSWORD.
Fashionable, But Not Too Fancy,
Characterizes the Display of
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
Shown nt ibis St..,-.-.   Hoods that will wear well, look well until worn mil, nnd
suid ni ihe sume price ul chenper goods
Vim will lind 0111 stuck very complete iu slylo nnd si/.es, nnd we nre adding In
il ull llie Iini,■
£\ New Spring Hats
l.ntli soft and stiff, ill   UlO   New Spring shapes nnd colors,   Wo hnve them nt
$1.50  $2.00  $2.50   and $3.00.
An Aerie of the Order uf Eagles wns
iignnizeil nt Vernon last week with a
charter membership of uver fifty. Tho
following ollicers wen- elected: P.P.,
II. (I. Muller; Pros., C. Godwin; Sec,
Morkill; Treua., A. Grunt; Chap., J.
A. Stewart; Trustees, Dr. E, Duncan,
J.T.Taylor, J. Rowatt, P. Elliott, A.
Smith,
I. 0. II.   !'.
The members of the Oddfellows Society will march to the Methodist
Church on Sunday evening whon an
appropriato sermon will be preached
by the Itev. C, ll. M. Sutherland.
ANNUAL "MEETING
I! It's Time to Step Into Spring Shoes
And we hnve theni ill tlio lli-st makes, sueh us Keith's Coiii|tloi'()l',|Sliitcr's llivietlts,
ole,   See our Bargain Table ,,l odd Sizes.   It's n winner,
£.j Spring Clothing!
We hnve opened ibis week Iw ises ol the eo'obrated C. N. & H. Suits, Punts nml
Vests.   There is uu better line ninde.   Let us show them to you,     If they dn not
buy,   We know thai ynu can't get a better Suit.
SHIRTS—White nnd Colored, in Starched 1-'runts or Negligee—collarsjtttaclied or
Separate.
BUMMER IIXHERWEAR—Katiiral Wnnl. in different weights nnd  Balbriggan
in White nnd llluck.
|j Everything For You Here;
9^_( In Ties, Collars, Belts, Handkerchiefs, Sucks, etc.   Come nnd look theni uver,
j Red Cross Drug (o* j
DIED,
Bi  k—At tin    mil}    esiili-nce, l-'irsi
Street. 01  Monday evening, the lllth
ii -: .   Irth ir   Linin      tin    li n ly
ed sun of Lionel II. uml Isabel
I _•   •    years and (i mouths.
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I  e  fin II   I    -    plncc  nn
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  -:     n   Si    i'- :• i -  Church.
Friends I    - - -    kindly
:cept tbi.-iiitiinal
Local and General.
Of Prince Mining and- Devel-
sen led car were given mini, en d.iys hy I it j, clniincd"tii'iit'ti'io"soii'is esei'llent I nnmpnt rnmnanu
Mny,-,- uuniun.  Tin c p. ii ,. hm-L1(| „,.| ,, | ,,„. (nlit wWl,gi opment Uompany.
ing cunsideralilc triiuble thrniigh the  I   Th.- uniiinil   meeting ut tlio above
breaking nl  seals nnd Inn, issued in- company was held Saturday, the l'rcsi-
titietiuiisluprusecule in every eusi     Cnpia|  anfJ PDPOnno    dent, W. M  Brnwn  in the chair.   It
OUWal (tllU I  Cl OUIIal | win. tlio most Inrgely iittcniled iuocli<-g
ycl held, seven-eighths of the share-
11, Iiim mi.ii    lell   Iur   Cmniiplix
It, I. Luwery has decideil
tg nt (Irei'iiwnnil.
ll is I-- Iii i, ,| Ihe plan lu upi-u up
tin liun.-tn  Vulloy by light nii i iyi
will   In-  carried mil  by ii nm
linn wliu have the scheme in   i I.
li -n n lurge ii ron rich in limber nnd
mineral weultli will he provided with
li'iinspnrttitiun,
II Mill   Sim     ..i,        ll    |l,
lln.ir, ussist nil-superinleuili nl ull'uu-
nil ni ti itiiiinil parks wenl up In lln-s
1", .il, i" luiik inin the prnp -,,l ivuguti
mini tu Heiitscluii ins enve-     \ n
US the siiu'.l ilisiippems n lurgi   I
in.-it will lie put to work,
While J.J, W linn.], i.nvini I
the   Buwnuin   Lumber   C   -
Ri .• stoki .  .   - - yester-
day inuming llie tight ii ight |fiu
and   was  friictui-ed,     M    -' |-  ^ r.   l
_i_B. A. has'inkifl^iHl
holders being  represented  in person
i- liy prnxy,
luesilay. * It wns decided to ininicdiiitoly coiu-
Seniitnr linstock caine buine Iur llie niencc   the  survey  ol  the tramway
I'.iisl, r hiiliduvs, '"", ' arrange Ior installation ul
tramway,
The inil,'wing weri- elected directors
 H Inr the  ensuing year:—J, T. l.ning.
Miss Munsuii,  ni   iln   city   seliunl   I'enilletnn, dr. .1. Cull'i'il-nn, Kansas
si.nl. mis inLiiii-Mi i- ii il   Scot mil   'i'1   T.  I'   llicks, UsiTuln. Mo., nud
W.   A.   Hall.   Cartilage,  Mu,  ,1.   A,
"• l,;,|.'J'.'""!1 "ls r,;i ;'"; "" st,.ne,.i m. <,nU:„„ic..i.i:„„„,,s
city and jnined the stall   nl   I .   Burns
I. McCarty camo in  fmni  -: - i ce -
Bridge   to
Revelstoke.
1  M   Smith, ni Spukane, nnd hr
CJ. Sini 1     ( St. Luuis, Mn  attended,
Ml I i I.Mi lm  IllUKl'I'OKS.
"(iLi'i-elui's held Mun-
PECULIAR CASE
Fraud in Defence of  J. B.
Henderson's Claim,
• The Full Court at Vancouver was
occupied almost wholly Thursday with
tlie appeal in the actiun ul J, II. Hen-
dorsun vs. The Canndiau Timber A
Sawniills Cunipany, Tho original
nei inn wns tried in Hevelstukc before I
Judge l.eamy, who lound ti verdict nl
"fill fur the plniiitilT. PlainlilV's original claim was Ior if'iHO us wages Iur
managing tlio defendant company's
sawmill at Trout l.ako. and for ?l)0.)
tor wrongful dismissal, In the present appeal E. P. Davis, ICC, iinpourcd
fur Ilu- appellant Cunipany, and S. S.
Taylor, K. C, of Nelson, lor the plain-
till' respiindeiil.
One of tho points sot up by the de-
fence in the original notion was that
while tlie plaintiff wns manager for
the defendants he "attempted to defraud the Customs ol Canada by sup-
Carey as I
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St.   Peter's  Chiirel    -
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lllth the enti rtninnn - -
uy the iollowing wen elect-ill officers I       .    -]]w[m o( tlin0|,i,,ery, nnd by
.Mn:     J. 1.1.mng, presi-l1   '    ° ^^^       •■    •
11   dent; J, A. Stone, vice-president; J.
M   -,-- tl   secy -treas., and manager;
ii , nens, superintendent.
pniied till the f,
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prnved places i   I
ti tck. lle bus el.
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entering other tnncliinory un (also Invoices at a Iriidiilent iiiiilervaliialiini:
tho Collector of Customs thereupon
seized  llie  mill and plant of the defendants, who were compelled tnile-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      pnsii   iii   cash tlie sum ul io'lli in
To he Put   in    Hand    Immed- order to obtain tlie release of tlio ma-
\r,ip\u I'hitieiy  under seizure;  the Oovern-
nient ol  Canada retained  $1,315.58,
irouKli   the  city ,Mrt „( tho 81li(| $5,272, as a penalty,
- rnv to Calgarv.    II,■      ,    ,      , ,    ,   . \   ,,
\i Doyle ;""'  ""'   1,etend'lllt8    wo,'c   fm'tlle1'
, obliged   In pay $619,86 costB ol  the
is the Burns solicitors in Montreal in connection
$10 REWARD
Tin- iiluivi- l-nwiu-il will In- imlil liy llm lln
minimi Kxpi-r** Cnlnniiny (nr 111,- Clllilliril nml
l-ollll-ll ot two llliti-li ntn! Tint Tmti.'M wltlell
i'-i'i,|„,l I'r Ilu: I'. P. II. Million nn tin' lilt
insl.
Any I'l'i-sin, found lii'i'luirliiiUlmsu ilnits iifim-
litis 111.1 i.-i- Will III' |i|'„-,','llli>il.
IIO.MINIQX KNi'l.'Iiss COMPANY.
i\OTI(,T,"
VIUTH'K IS 1IKHKHV UIVKN Mm. Ililrlv
i\ iliiysitftn* tllilu wi'iiitciiil tniiinilj lu Mr
t'liirf (j'tiinnilssloiini' nf liiiml- ami Worm for ft
Hpcciiil liuuiifto Lo "'nt ninl carry iiwuj timbui
from I Iir following iktiurilicil IiiikIh in WukI
Kiinli'tiiiy Histrii'l:
I. L'oinmonoiHK ut ii ihhI iiluiiLoiliiliouloiiu
iiiilr nurili from tin- iinrlli wi-l coi'lioi of K. Jv
S. Hlouk, 8IW, uml murkcil "Hit,' Itcml Lnnilicr
I'nmiinny'"- MjulliuiUil i.'01'licr pout," llnmcu
norLli 91 chnliii>; llmiicu west 9) chains; tlionco
Hindi sn clmins; llii'iin- ousl Nichnins lo jiolnt
nf I'liininciicciiii'iil
'l. (.'(inimoiiciiiK ni ii iioal iilunlcd uliont onu
mllu north from Hn* north-wcKl comer of K.
& S. llluck WiO, mul marked "Hl« llcml I. her
I'omjiaiiy's nnrdi •*n-l cornor post," Lhctico
wosl 91 olialiiH! Lhuiico south 9) dial ik; llienee
i'ii-i 9)ehaliiK; Ihenco nnrlh sn rhnius in poinl
uf t'liiiiiiii'iu'ctiiont.
Dated April 17th, 11KW,
mis      Hn; Bbnu LiMin.it Comi'AXv, Ltd.
MAXi'll TO RKNT on easy terms.
IV Apply to Mhs. I'ai.mkk, Clnti-
williiiiiii for I'tiilher pni-liculiirs.
NOTICE
VEGETABLES
Business Locals,
Mi,.|-     |||
will   he
nd   hi   i-
Irav -i up.
-
he huill
iln-   M
I in-
■
■
.
bei
,^	
Vi io.ring   to  eh
■-•■-''■'
.-::■,. .. - 1
valnii and killed. .       .
A. Wi : Wiiltoii
■      ■    -i lie! Inellilll'Ml
is also  putting a coiisidi'i
,''■'-■
..... - ■ '.inn..-
A, Willis tin-Chnl
t-il ii
the-e linn '
eal    Itcnl
round li' vi sti
'.'.   ■   gul Kevelstoke tin
pays:—"The cily at the I
with such seizure nnd penalty."
Their Lordships reserved decision.
RAILWAY SURVEYS
Parties Outfitting With Pack
and Saddle Horses at
Kamloops.
Tin    --I tiucl  snys — Preparations
- um,I,- Inr ll uUiiiing hure
- :i„ survey purlios In make
■   '
, i ,    iin.ii. , , iniiuatiuii nf avail-
im   iln- i,i.iiiil   Trunk
i' hi    prnvincc     Mr,
• n hut im  ciiiitrnct
■for supplying lln- p.,,-k nml   iilill,- nii-
tl int snnie dnys pasl  he lms
Slocan BeatS  Cobalt, ,,--l,i,| Inising the burses
■  In       Retting  nne   hundred
nl     M-   i-   N    Bros, have the
tupplylng the pack und
- .iidilles, IkiI.IiIoh nml other horse
In rn i tun
town       'A inl.  ,.!. ri um ni ii   lu his princi-1 '
- .i pltitis,   ii   i*  gonernlly
,iit ii li ■ '   -I tl il Mi  Hound  i- miiiig   i
ive  l " lm Hi md I mi'"'  Pacilic,
IIhi-s a ton     I  -      M vill    I   in  addition   tu  Uu-
pn |"     itlitting  here, othor parties
j inl    the  province  ln.ni   Kdmonton
bring   imllilli-,1
To Contractors and Builders
of Revelstoke.
That the Ciinli-iiel with Lneiil Union
Nu. Kill, expires un the lirst day of
June. The local union of Carpenters
ami Joiners wil! commence un Hie 1st,
day nl'June, IIHKI, I'm- I.". eenls an Iiiiiii-,
nud pi-esenl union lime of nine liuins
ii day. .Ml ciii'pontei'8 wishing to join
this local branch of llie union should
apply In I lie piniineiiil Het-relui-v,
I, SCIINIDK'lt,
Irll'Nl SI reel.
Will sell Cnrrots at $1 ; Parsnips ut
$1.20 ; Turnips r,t 7,ru-., free on curs ut
Ili'velstoke.
L. E, Griffiths, Malakwa, B, C.
WA NT ED
I (1ST -A Ladies' Open Pace Silver
II W.-iirh.  The llnilei'will eunfei u
I'uynrhy leaving sanio nl. liii-, Olliee,
WANT I'll) An energetic u'nniiin,
yuiiug ur midilie-agi'd. lu net as
agent, Lil,,-inl I'umniissiun. Apply
nl. this Office,
WA NT KI)   A  young lady  fur
general house wnrk.   Apply at
Ihis (Hli,-,-.
WANTED Chemist nnd Assnycr
for large gold proposition in
British Columbia where Cyiuilding is
main dep.-iiimenl. Stale age, experience nnd salary expected. Send i-el'ei •
ences willi iipplii-aliiiii. Musl. have
B, G, Ceitirlcate, Addiess 'Conglmh-
ornle," Mail-llernld office.
WANTED- A  secund hand Cook
Stove ul the V.M.O.A,
WANTED-A giil foi geneial
house work, good plain cook,
no wiisliiiig, three in family, wages
$20.1111 per mouth. Apply nl this
Olliee.
WANTED-A gii-l In attend to
baby, either during day nr for
afternoon only. Apply at Hail-
llniiAl.li Olliee.
WANTED A middle aged woman
accustomed lo children, in keep
house for six months, Apply in ll,,x
ins, Itovolstoke,
RICH STRIKE
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EASTER
Think i fit! To-morrow is Eastor, Are you prepared
to greot the day proporly '.' How nbout your Suit ?
What about that Top Coat'/ Is your Hal right? How
are y..nr tllnves, Tie, etc,'.'     ('nine in nnd size up uur Now
Spring Tilings.
See What We Have for Easter!!
II you're to join tho parade, it will pay you to come bore
Ior repairs. Hero aro only the New, Iresh styles ; not a
" lms been " ur u " lelt-uver" amnng our guilds.
Spring Top Goats
Spring Rain Goats
Spring Suits
Spring Hats
J. C. iCDONALD.
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