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Array f    ICE   CREAM
and Soda  Drinks
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Bews' Drug Store
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Vol. 12,-No. 83
REVELSTOKE. B. 0. JUNE 9, 19015
S£
Mail
Order
Dept.
C. B. Hume & Co.
Write
For
Samples
LIMITED.
DEPARTMENT STORE.
Large Consignment of Crosse
Blackwell's Pickles Just Arrived.
HERE ARE A FEW SPECIALS
O. -t B. Chow-Chow, mixed, white onions nnd walnuts, in quart
and pint bottles, for 36c. and Hoc. per bottle.
C. & B. Malt Vinegar, in i[iinrt buttles, 35c.
G. A. B. Lucca Oil, in half pint, pint nnd quint bottles at 30c,
50c, and $1.00 per bottle.
C. k. B. Olives, in half pint, pint and quart bottles, at 40c, (IOc
and $1.15 per bottle.
C. 4 B. Currie Powder, in 2 oz,, -1 oz., and S oz. bottles, for 20c,
30c and fiOc per bottle.
C. & B. Capers, in 1 oz. nnd (I oz. bott.es at 20c and 25c per
bottle,
C. & B. Mushroom and Walnut Ketchup In 35c. buttloH.
C. k B. Jains and Jellies ol .ill kinds, iu gluss juris, Irom 25c to 35c
per jar.
0. .*>• B, Marmalade in 1 lb., 4 lb. and 7 Ib. tins, at 25c, 65o, and
$1.00 each.
Seeleys Extracts
Wc also have a lull line of Seeloy's Extracts, in 2J oz. bottlos, in
Ihe following flavors, at 25c per, bottle :—
Banana, Rose, Cluve, Ginger, Orange, Pineapple, Ciunainoiii
Almond, Winter Green, Pistachio, Cherry, Vanilla, Lemon, Pear,
Fruit Flavoring, Ccffee, .\pricot, Blackberry and Raspberry.
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY-SECOND FLOOR.
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
SOUVENIR GOODS
If you are looking for something nice in SPOONS AND
PINS, BELT BUCKLES, WATCHES, " BUNN
SPECIAL" for Souvenirs, we have them here.
J.   GUY   BARBER, -    JM&
C. P. R.   WATCH   .INSPECTOR.
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FOR BALANCE OF THIS WEEK.
A "Gurtiey " 4-hole Steel Range with  High Closet
FOR  $40.00 CASH
THIS IS A GENU INK BARGAIN
BICYCLES
Por LADIES
AND
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Gull and See
OUR
Racycle
Roadsters
RACYCLE ROADSTER.
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LUMBERING
0. F. Lin (In ark is in the Northwest
in connection with lumber yards
which the Company is opening up
there so as to give consumers the
benefit ol dealing direct with the
lumber manufacturer. Already the
Company have opened agencies at
Swift Current, Medicine Hat, Wetns-
kiwin and Gleichcn and find the new
mill has orders for all the lumber it
can turn out and more.
Messrs, Henrich & Pace have taken
a contract (or tho installation of n
'/uower system in the Pallisor mill.
The Bowman Lumbor Company
started up their now mill itt O011111-
plix tti is week and It iB cutting about
80,000 leet per duy.
TOURIST ASSOCIATION.
The Tourist Association Executive
met Thursday, R. Howson' in the
oliair. It was resolved to nsk the
Pamphlet Committee to get the booklet published by the Association circulated as soon ns possible.
The committee hoped the provincial
grunt of $500 towards the trail nortli
to Mt. Victoria would not be allowed
to lapse and appointed Messrs. C. R.
Maedonald nnd the chairman n committee to sen the President, Mr. Lindmark, on the matter and arrange to
have the work put in hand lm mediately.
——**. _
Bananas, Lemons ami Oranges of
all sizes, Iiiiiii 35c tu 5(Jc per doson,
al C. II, liiiine k Oo'b.
BOARD OF TRADE
Discusses   Land,   Railways.
Development and Indians.
There was an interesting meeting
of the Hoard of Trade at the City Hull
Thursday ovoning, li. llowson presiding.
I.ANIi.
Iiii Ihe ininiiles being rend, A, McRae protosiod against the niiiiiito of
the llonrd regarding the opening ot
binds oil tlio west, side of the Columbia
river, lle said he had applied for
some nf that land anil other parlies
bad applied for the same and were
using the Board to help them out. Hu
condemned the suggestion nf the
Board Unit the land should be subdivided and offered for sale by public
competition us he contended that wns
not in the interest, of the bona fide
settler, but rat her that ol the speculator.
The chairman snid the trouble was
that land was tied up under timber
leases that was no use for limber and
yet was suitable for settlement, and it
was n serious mutter for Ilevelstoke
that although there was good land in
the valleys, intending settlers could
not get- it. As a matter of fact the
present land regulations, though
suited to the prairie, did not suit conditions in British Columbia, where 10
ucres was generally enough for a settler, nnd the huinesteading area slinul.l
bo cut down from 1110 acres us nt
present.
W. Bews said it was most important
that steps be taken to get all land
suitable for settlement made available
so thnt it could be taken up.
J, G. Maedonald supported the opening up of the district for settlement us
far as possible.
A. McRue instanced a case where
settlers had deliberately set fire to 11
timber limit to destroy it,
Letters were read from parties in
the Northwest and States, asking information as to land available for
settlement, and land, timber and
mines for investment, and replies were
ordered sent.
UiDIAX RESERVE.
The proposed Indian reserve at Tete
.Inline Cache came up for discussion.
On initiative of the Fish und Game
Protective Association, Mr. Jackson,
the secretary, expressing the views of
that body in the matter. It was
stilted there wore no Indians' attached
to the Canoe River Valley and that
the only natives who frequented there
were pinchers Irom the Northwest or
l*om Fort GmrgR There was no
reason therefore why a reserve should
he made al Tete Jaune Cache for
ihese Indians. Such reservation would,
moreover, only iie up the small por
tion ol lirst-cliiss lund in that section,
and would promote the destruction of
game in the Canoe River and Big
ueml districts.
It was resolved to protest against
the establishment of an Indian reserve
on Canoe River nnU that copies ol tin
resolution be sent the Indian Department of the Interior and the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works at
Victoria.
HOIIXOIIIUNIi WITH THE KIN'li.
Iliiii. N. A. Beloourt, M.P., enclosed
copy ut bis address on motion inviting
King Edward to visit Canada and
asked the Board's endursation, which
was agreed to.
The question of securing to Revelstoke thc trade of the Canoe River
Valley was discussed. It was pointed
oul that three railways would shortly
build into that valley—the Canadian
Northern, the Grand Trunk Pacific
and the C. P. R., nnd that Revelstoke
was the nearest point Irom which
transportation could lie obtained pending construction through the mountains or Irom the coast.
A. McRae said if the Navigation
Company would take up the mutter of
building a tramway past Death Rapids
uml placing a steamer on the upper
river, they could get u subsidy of
$12,000 to $15,(1011 Irom the Dominion
Government. He considered the
Navigation Company the proper body
10 take up the initiative.
RAILWAY WASH-OUT.
Eastern Service Suspended for
Two Days,
Owing to heavy ruins on Ihe prairie
nnd a wash-out at Maple (.'reek, trains
Irom the caBt are suspended for two
days. No train arrived yesterday and
there will be none to-day, though the
C. P. R. hope to get a train through
tomorrow morning.
lu tlie meantime locals arc being
made up from Revelsloke.
THE EVA
Turns Out Biggest Gold Brick
The clean-up at llie Eva mill, Cam-
home, lor Mny, in the shape of 11 gold
brick worth $11,000 hns been received
in Nelson and fmwarded to the mint
at Helena. This is the highest value
recorded at the mill for a single month
the average being uhout $5,000.
Cirpet squares, floor oils, matting,
linoleum. In a large number ol put-
terns and designs.   It liowsou,
THE LATEST
TELEGRAM
Trouble for Russia Terrible
Storm in Ontario Another
Railway Wreck Twenty People Injured.
|1IV Tlfl.l'llllAI'll
St. PiiTBiiBiiuita, .lime li.—Tho Tinr
is seriously considering dismissing
Premier Goreinykl 11 The latter wenl
c, I'elerlinof ihis morning
Toronto, June ll— A Hydro-Elee-
trio Poivor Commission has been appointed and the Government Is contemplating creating a portfolio of
Minister of Power.
Ottawa. June II.—A severe storm,
almost amounting to a tornado, swept
.Niagara Peninsula yesterday. The
wind reached proportions nl a cyclone
around the raco course at Hamilton
nnd disorganized tlio meeting, Peoplo
had tu lie ou the ground to avoid being
i ijured by Hying debris which the
wind was tearing along at HO miles
an hour.
Several people we.roinjured at Chatham, Ont., when the steoplo of the
Methodist church was blown down.
Many buildings were uprooted in Niagara peninsula.   Nobody was killed.
Nelson, June II.—II. A. Brown, of
Revelstoke, was elected Second Vice-
President at the meeting of the Provincial Licensed Victuallers association
held here yesterday. Next year's
meeting will he held in Fernie.
Norton, Kans., June II.—Twenty
passengers were injured when the east,
bound express on the Chicago Rock-
Island and Pacific Railway was derailed near hero yesterday.
and
SPORTS.
The Rcvelstuke lacrosse Club have
offers of matches from Nelson, Armstrong and Vernon. Meetings will
probably be arranged with Armstrong
and Vernon for 12th July. A football
team will also be organised to test the
metal of the footballers Irom these
points. Footballers are practicing
nearly every evening on the McKenzie
Avenue grounds.
Tennis Tournament.
Men's Handicap-
lli-. Morrison ( ; 15)        |  i,,,,,.,,.,-,.,,
\\-.M.Hnbei-l.s„ii(s,i--it.-l,)|  1!'lta'!"1"
Smythe (scratch) | ,,..,,,,,,.,,,
Oai'iiahaii (    15) I l •1"1*l"*ln
SlcGowan I  McGowan
Kiiii-.-iid I  by default
Remaining preliminary games must
be played by Wednesday evening next,
Ladies' Singles—
Miss Calder (plus 15) vs. Miss Spur-
ling (scratch).
Miss McRae (plus 30) vs. Mrs. McLennan (scratch)
.Mrs. Elson vs. Mrs. Hall.
Miss Hu iti ie vs, Miss McLennan,
Mixed Doubles, 1st round—
O. It MoDonald and Miss McRae vs.
T. E. L. Taylor and Miss Spurting.
0. B. Sissons and Miss Calder vs.
F. F. McGowan and Mrs. Elson.
Dr, Sutherland and Mrs. Hall vs. J.
li. Barber and Miss Hiirdie.
Rev. J. R. Robertson and Mrs. McLennan vs. Iv. C.Carnahan and Miss
McLennan.
All games in Mixed Doubles start
Irom scratch. After lirst round winners draw their opponents.
DIOCESAN SYNOD
The Synod met at Nelson Wednesday. Rev. C. A. Proeunier, Messrs. A.
E. Phipps and E. W. B. Paget represented Revelstoke.
Archdeacon Beer expressed regret nt
the lact that seven parishes were still
vacant. The scarcity ot ministers was
1 cferred to ns 11 serious problem, especially in view of the rapidly growing
population, lie advised the formation
0! 11 diocesan brunch ol the Woman's
Auxiliary, lie referred with satisfaction In the bishop's plan fur n theological college nt New Westminster.
A. E. Phipps presented the treasurer's annual report showing total
receipts ol $11,543 75, disbursements ul
$5,2113.113, the total balance being
$1,280.11. The bishopric lund now
amounts to $1,0711 Ilii.
Rev. 11. A. Steele presented the
report of the committee on " The
alienation of the workingmun."
"The socialism prevailing in this
district is the same us the ciiiiiimiuism
nf Karl Marx, with this important
difference, that it is evidently Christian
in sentiment and ethics. The committee would warn the clergy and the
laity alike of the hiirni ol patronizing,
or assuming an air ot condescension,
towards the proletariat, who desire
justice and not charity,"
Mr. Phipps' resignation waB accepted
with regret, and n vote of thanks was
recorded.
At the service in connection with
the Synod, Ilev. 0, A. Proeunier, who
was selected hy the Bishop, preached
the special sermon.
Another shipment ol Creamery
I,iiller in lib. prints, I III', boxes and
2Hlh. boxes, at C. li. llunie it Cu's.
F. 0. E.
Third Annual Convention
Elections nf Officers.
The following officers were circled
ul the second day's session held in the
city Tuesday and WodnoBday 1
Provincial  Worthy   President—A,
W Goodonnugh, Kaslo, 11. 0,
I'ruviiiolal Worthy Vice President-
John Temple, Grand Forks, II. 0,
Provincial Worthy Chaplain—II
Si-hi,lield, New Westminstor, II. 0,
Provincial Worthy Secretary -
Frank l.e Roy, Victoria, II. C,
Provincial Worthy Treasurer—H.I
W. Bohnsen, Victoria, II. 0,
Provincial Worthy Conductor—It,
II. Monro, Fernie, 11. 0.
Provincial Worth I. G.—J, G. Potter,
Sandon, 11. 0.
Provincial Worthy 0. G.—Chas.
Godwin, Vernon, 11. 0.
Provincial Trustees—W. B. Cochrane, Grand Forks, B.C.; J. It Cameron, Sandon, B. C; H. A. Brown.
Ilevelstoke, 11. C.
Hearty votes uf thanks were accorded the Mayor, citizens of Revelsloke and Lodge 432, F, 0. F., for their
hospitality to the delegates.
The next meeting of the Grand
Lodge will be held at Fernie on June
1st, of next year.
In the evening a concert and Smoker was given by Revelstoke Aerie in
honor of the delegates nnd a large
number of birds and their friends
participated, Tlie hall was tastefully
decorated and the tables were loaded
with all the delicacies of the season.
A good programme was furnished,
which all present enjoyed immensely,
Bros. H. F. W. Belli nsiin, Victoria,
and H. A. Brown, Revelstoke, addressed the assembly on the fraternal nnd
bi'iielicial features of the Order. Mr.
Benson, photographer, took a Hush
light photo of the hull. After four
hours of n good social time the meeting adjourned with rousing cheers for
the Provincial delegate* nnd Revelstoke Aerie,
BOURNE BROS.
Groceries, Hardware. McClary's Stoves. Etc.
Onion Sets, Flower Seeds, Farm & Garden Seeds,
Garden Tools.  A Large Assortment.
Hollywood  and   Sherwin   Williams'  Paints,   Oils,
Varnish, Turps, Alabastine, Muralo, Etc.
Our Stock of Groceries, Fruits   and   Vegetables,
is always Frosh.
BOURNE   BROS.     Mackenzie Avenue
We have just, opened some beautiful
stationery, envelopes, etc., of the very
best makes. No person need send
away now to get good writing papers
—The Canada Drug* Hook Co,
I
We have left a few 5-Acre Villa Lots, suitable for Fruit
Culture and Market Gardening, which may be purchased on small
monthly, quarterly or semi-annual payments.
This land is situated within live minutes' easy walking of the
New Schoolhouse Site recently purchased by the City.
There will be no land available after this season within such
easy reach of the City, and intending purchasers should not delay
in making their selection.
REVELSTOKE LAND  COMPANY LTD.
Agents, Revelstoke Insurance Agency, Ltd.
E.  J.  BOURNE,
Boots & Shoes. Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
UNDEE  NEW  MANAGEMENT
D GROSS DRUG STORE
MR. D, NAIRN has purchased this
old established business and proposes to
at once make it a First-Class Drug Store
in every respect and worthy of the confidence of the public.
MR. NAIRN is an up-to-date and experienced Druggist.
Your Patronage will be appreciated.
New and Complete Stock of Fresh
Goods are arriving Daily.
All Sick Room Necessaries have our
prompt and careful attention.
A full line of Souvenir Goods and
Toilet Articles.
THE VERY BEST GOODS AT THE VERY BEST
PRICES AT ALL TIMES. '11
IMIK MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, Il.C,
Cbc AaiUfcetalb.
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Hill nnd Salmon \rni Bend in n peli
tion to Mr, Oliver askiiiji him in visii
Un- si-,-11 1 cnipiirii into the in it
ter for himself. There is a greii'
demand for land for settlement, but
under present conditions settlement
nd in the worst way.
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MOHR|IS,0X,
DENTIST,
THK  NEW
LAIVhKNCK
Kentle Avenue,
I'lliK PROTECTION,
The action ,-i thc Fire Brigade in
pruning ,ni the City Council the
neces ity ol putling in anothoi* lank,
io be specially reserved In ease of lire
during the dry Benson, will moi I with
the unanimous supporl ol tho citizens, and ilu- petition which the Brigade is circulating should Iio largely
sigin-il. Thru- is no inure important
expenditure the city can make. A
lank like the one the C, P. li. have
put up euiild probably be Installed lor
(r $1200 to $1600, and would meet
present requirements. The value of
the services i f the lire brigades are
mainly in the first momonts ot n lire,
nnd if ihey havo then a good water
supply thoy have the best opportunity
to do good wmk. Nuw that the dry
season is coining un there should nol
he a day's delay in ordering and creeling the suggested storage tank,
hill introduced by
a slep in advance
The iiiiinigrati
Hon. Mr. Oliver
and will prevent Canada from bee
ing the (lumping ground ol tin
ol llie universe.
ARVKY, McCARTER
AND l'lNKUAM
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ific.
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First Street.
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Til I."ANII M,,i.-i,ns Uank
Revelstoke, B.C.
-pOBERT SMITH
Phivincinl l-nnil Surveyor,
Mine Surveying
Engh ring
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 100, Revelstoke.
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DWARD A. HAGGEN,
MfiONG  ENGINEER,
American Institute Mining Engineers)
i anndlan Mining IiisUtuto.)
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
Examination of and reporta on Mineral Properties a Specialty.
Agent for Canadian Metal Company,  buyers
ol sine and silver-lead ores.
Zinc and silver-lead mines purclias    or operated under lease and bond
Financial AssliUincc given owners ami  prospectors to operate a d develop
approved properties.
tbe flfoaiUlbcvalb
" 1 would . . . earnestly ndvtsc tlioni for
their k-ood to order this paper to bo punctiinlly
served up, and to be looked upon aa a pun of
the tea equipage'   Addison,
ll has been often said Ihe half has
nut been told regarding tin- horrors oi
lln-San Francisco disaster, A lady
visiting  the  district  -uw  n  Boldior
si I down a woman, Hn- mother ,,l
live children, heciuiso she lit a lire in
the park to warm hor little ones, who
wore thus left orphans, At thc Chinese quarters the soldiers blew up the
buildings wilh the Chinese in them
Such stories an- worthy of Ihe cruelty
„( llm Roman Nero, the most awful
monster of history, and that they
should have been perpetrated by the
representatives ot government in one
ol the lending cities ol the world,
(onus the blackest page in the history
of liberty ns represented by the American Hug. Not much wonder so many
thousands of American citizens nre
seeking protection under the Union
lack.
SATURDAY, JUNE 9, Willi
liCi.Ml.N10N LANDS,
The discussion of the Board of Trade
Thursduy evening on the question of
land i,-r settlement deserves some attention, Timber suitable fur milling
should be preserved. Everybody agrees
about that. But as Dominion hinds
are administered at present it cuts
little figure whether or not there is
milling timber on the land, and in
consequence large areas of laud suitable for settlement, especially in the
Eagle Pass, Salmon Arm, and Notch
Hill districts, have been tied up from
settlement, by inclusion in timber
lease*, although these lands ore valueless from a lumber point ol view. It
is clear the Dominion land laws, while
suitable ior the Northwest, are not
suitable lor British Columbia, and in
the interest of this province these
laws should lie revised and altered.
Then the distance Irom Ottawa makes
the administration oi public lands by
the department of the interior from
that ]- iini a I iree
What is wanted, snd what the
people -i, uld insist n, i- the appoint-
ii. :,-. •:' a land b ird I i u pi v
c n.j- 5,-i of ::.-.:. ui practical b:, -.
.ti.- with .-■■■•ti iarj | ers. win
can :.,. dli mds 1 " ■ nu ;.; in
ace rdanm
iu the public interest     li  the II n.
Mr   Olivi.-. Miuiiter ,,i tin  In    .
were t   visit *,;..- j ,.t  : Britii   I  .
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curre:.- ion  ^ linsl ...- i
ist.'.t'..- i.     I In .   .;.   Ihccri ,t Kam
;-   ,,.•   .-.,.-   I   blstiu      Hie)
oarryinj    H the law aud regulali ■
but ti.-    tl    ibll    :■ till ■•   .,:•  not Sllil
c Ii :   requirements.
Thi - ,- alto ., mspioi -:, that pergonal inti ri -■- ui.,1 grait t ■ mi
extent prevail in tin- land sdminitti i-
tion. Where Ian 11- mitab e I i
clem, ni an I iu occupation ' . i n I
tndangei timber limits, it should be
cm out "i the limits iii which it is
included ami I* available for settlement. As matter! stand large nn as
oi country can be i ickod up i-n ful in
speculation under the guise ,-i timber
leases and thero is a common suspicion tins is being done,
Messrs. Galliher and 11-,-s, .is members representing K- ,:■ nay and V.,i,.
have l, -t done their duty in regard i"
these matter.-. They knu« these
grievanci - exist on tho pan ol -, " • r«
and intending settlers, ninl thoy
should bui, drawn ilu- stlontion ul
Hon. Mr. Oliver to it long ago, He i.-
just the innii to remedy luch n complaint when he knows it to le justi-
lied. Fniling tin- members doing
their duty we suggest tin Ucvolstoki
Board  oi    Trade,  and  the settlers
FISH AND GAME PROTECTIVE
ASSOCIATION.
An executive meeting uf the Fish
anil Giiinc Proteetivo Ass elation was
held in the city hall Monday evening
with a full attendance of members,
This was the lirst meeting since the
President, A. McRae, returned from
Ottawa, whoro he hail been in Ihe interests of the Association, nnd was
called by him to give him an opportunity of explaining whit lie had done
while there.
lle said that his lil'orts were directed, principally, in irying to induce
the Government to send trout nnd
bass fry, for the purpose oi stocking
the local streams mul lakes willi new
varieties. It, was puinlul out Ihal Ihe
expense entailed wns BO considerable,
in a.- much ns a special ear would
have to be chartered and two men employed to look after same en route,
that he did not feel justified, merely
fur nn experiment, in pressing lor this
and proposed as an alternative course
that trout eggs hi- senl tu the Dominion hatchery at Kaiilt. where they
could obtain the fry as required. He
was promised that this would be done
as soon as the proper season ior shipment arrived.
He related nu interestsng interview
In- had hud with Prof. Prince—the
head oi the Dominion Fisheries Department—and was happily able to
give the Professor some unique par
ticiiliirs oi tin- habits oi ling and other
lucal lish, with which th,- Professor
was noi very familial' and which
astonished him greatly.
The secretary is since in reo
tome   valuable   literature on .,-i, and
iheir culture by Prot, Prince, which is
.a iii, -,-i-ue,- oi tin- luenibi ■
Association.
Tin: tumwata,
At last meeting a contract
to   cut   a   trail   along the Tumwata
THE CIRCUS
Continues to Add lo its Jollec-
tion of Wild Animals,
One ol the most interesting of natural history exhibits ;* the really line
collection of ran- wild animals Willi
ll„- new and greater Norris & Rowe
ciiciis ihis season. Many of theso
animals have been laughl tu accomplish tricks foi ui tin wiutei quarters
ol tin- show is a regular school Ior
animals, ll has its hours ul work and
piny as strongly defined as tho children's classes aiiil once hu animals
understand wh.tis required of them
they enter heartily inl,, the spirit nf
what they consider lun. However
some of lln- beasts nre tou fierce lo
train and these are tho superb specimens of the royitl Bengal tiger and
tigress; the African lions and lioness,
hyenas and leopards; wild cats, tapirs,
pumas, wolves, etc., but lln- Llamas
have been taught to drive in double
harness; the camels, the zebras, dromedaries, etc., will do vuii,,us stunts; the
llorce Siberian hears w 11 du s, vernl
hard tricks but under oonstant rebellion; lln- elephants an' llie most ducili-
uml du all sorts ol seemingly impossible feals; sea lions will go through
their performance with the hope ol
lish nl the end, anil big snakes du nut
show much resentment after they have
become acquainted wilh Ihe one person who handles them continually,
Norris A Howe hud a splendidly profitable lour lust season and in line
with their avowed progression, the
public will reap the benefit in a larger
and hotter show than they ever had
before and we are promised n o plete
now circus when the show exhibits
here—Wednesday, .liun, 13th.
COLUMBIA RIVER
Registers High Water and Does
Some Damage.
Tho Columbia river reached its highest point this week ami owing to the
groin being covered with a lug jam
threw the wuler with great force
against II. N. Coursier'* nnd W.J.
Law's land, eating out some of the
lunik. U. lli'dsli'iiiu succeeded in releasing tho log jam, thus stopping
furl her damage at these piints.
Suntli of the skating rink some further encroachment again tunk place.
Mr. Kccfer, dominion engineer, wont
out to see the effect of the high water
on llie work dune by the Dominion
Government lust, yenr fur the improvement of the channel and expressed
himself well pleased with tin-result.
He found the new channel, which had
been opened, tu he both deepened nud
widened aud expects this channel to
be opened sufficiently to justify them
in further extending the wing dam
next winter and throwing the river
altogether inlo iln- proposed channel.
Cold Range Lodge, K.
No. 20, Revelstoke,
ol P.,
B. C.
BDAY
l-.l-.ls IfVlfllY   WI.llV.l-.
iii oitilli'llmvi' Hull nl s
-I,,,-!, Vislling Knights are
rillully invited.
If  W, II. PAGET, ('.('.
(i. II   HltOI'K, li   „( II   A S.
H. A. UUOWN, M
Koulcnnv Lodire No. II
.( I'.
A F.&A.M.
Ice Cream
Hews' drug s1
iu bulk lin,-. a quart at
THE GITY EXPRESS
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prompt delivery of pnrcols, baggage,
etc., I,, any pari uf the Cily,
Any Kind of Transferring
Undertaken.
TELEPHONE No. 7.
ilm regular moot-
ngsaro heli! in the
linsonio    Templo,
l,llll''l'lllllisllllll.ll>l
he third Minnies In
iiell  tiiuulh   ul   I
..in. VIsilliiKbrolh-
i-ui-iliiilly  wel
ritOlTNll.lt. Slfi'lilTAIiV.
SELKIRK LODGE. NO 12,1. 0. 0. F.
Mccls every ThiitunV
i'Vi'UingiliUil,ll''ell„ws
Hull at 8 o'clorh
Visiting bri'thi'i-ii oor
iliiilly Invited to iii
tend
,1. MATHIE. SBC
To Trappers
Raw Purs Boughu
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs,
li. MACIKIXAl.ll, N.ll.
Something Pure
It yuu are looking (or Pure
Honey wo havo just opened up
a consignment ot   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE   COMB
in I lh. boxes, or in ,1 Ib.'caiis
"Guaranteed Pure,"
CANNED   GOODS
Our Canned Goods arc second
to nunc, nnd more than that
wc "(Ilium nt i-e every Can,"
HOBSON & BELL,
CROCERS, BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.
WAH CHUNG'S
Ice Cream Parlors
Ico Cream Supplied at  $1.50
per Gallon.
Front Street, Revelstoke
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Deer Hoails, Animals, Mills, l-'isli, ISlc,
MOUNTKI).
Animal lings Miiiintoil,
I'. 0. llnxSl,
Stllillol  lll'I'IISITIf I'. (I.
Itevolltuko, 11. C.
VEGETABLES
Will sell Carrots at $1; Parsnips at
if 1.20 ; Turnips at 75c, free on cars at
Kevelstoke.
L. E. Griffiths, Malakwa, B. C.
Trueman's Studio
Is I
now i.|u'ii
management
MR.  MEMUS.
Australia, will meet
von our umi.iI s;iti>t;i
:ler new and compelcnl
uYiitly  d Sydney,
you and guarantee
Ow
THE OLD STAND
Can.ul.i Drug os Book  Company.
MACKENZIE AVENUE,
Richard R. Copeland
JOBBING CARPENTER
AND CABINETMAKER
Mrs. 11,.I. Ilu.iliury Muiingrcss.
First-Class Table.|
Private Dining Boxes.
l.iiruu Dltdngroom lor
lliiiuiiiiits, Suppors, etc.
Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIRST STREET, F.EVELSTORE
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium.
Under Ibe new manngemi'iitjof
IIakiiy  McIntush,  Hoffman  House
Rossland,
mill'* MEDICAL WATERS nf Hal-
L cyun nre Ibe mosl curative in the
World. A pi'i'lVel, niiliinil remedy final! Nervous und Muscular discuses,
Liver, Kidney und tUomiiiih ailments
und Miinllic Poisoning. A sure cure
for "Thai Tired Peeling," Special
rates on all boats and trains. Two
mails iin-ivc uml deport every dny.
Telegra h communication with all
marls of the world.
Terms -$12 to $18 per week.  For
further particulars apply to
HARRY MolNTOSH
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrottr Lake, S, C
FREIGHTING
Inm prepared to undertake nil kinds nl
freighting and learning.
STEAMER STAGE
My stage connecting between the
steamer nnd the city leaves the Oity
at, I n.in. Tuesdays nnd Fridays, connecting with tin' Simmer Revelstoke
for the Big Rend, and also meets the
stonuu'i'on the return trip same days.
Leave word at, Navigation Company's olliee nr my Htnliles wheie to
call.
ROBERT SAMSON.
M. J. HENRY'S'
Nurseries, Greenhouses & Seed Houses
VANCOUVER, B. C.
HEADQUARTERS FOB 1'ACIKIC COAST
(IIIOWN (IAHIIKN, K1F.I.1) AND FLOWER
SEEDS. Now crop now in slot-k unit on test
in mu- groenlioiiHos. Ask your int'i-i-hniit for
theni in senlt',1 packages, If be does nol handle
tluiiti we will innii .iu assorted, fie packets uf
vi'L'i-lulili'iiiiil llnwi-r sends (uur owl. selection,
siilliilih, for H. ('. gardonsl for 81.110, S|ietlal
prices un your bulk sei-ds.
11. C. (IIIOWN FRUIT AMI ORNAMENTAL TREES nuw roudy for spiltur
sliiluncnt.
Extra nine slunk of two and Ihi-ee-year Amile
Trans al '{20.00 por 100, 1180.00 per 1,000; May-
mini I'luini. Sl.mi i-neh; Ilnlian Prune, l\vo-
yenr, tine, S-u.iki per 100; Sugar Prune, two-
year, line, tW.IHI I er Kill.
Full list nf olliiir Block at regular prices. No
expense,   lo*s or rlcliiy   of   fumigation
inspection.
but inn price your list neforo pliu-ing your
order.
Greenhouse Plnnts, Flor Work. Ree Supplies,
FrttiL Packages, Fertilizers, etc.
CATALOGUE FREE.
Nl.  J,  HENRY
3010, WESTMINSTER ROAD, VANCOUVER, B. C.
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*
aACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. McMAHON, - FIRST STREET
\
Por Agricultural [mplomoiite. CorriatfUi Wagoaii, Etc., Julm
Dooro IMniiulis, Mnliiin Wngmia, Canadu CarriatfQ liumimny'ii
UnimicM, I'liiimt jr., Qardon Boodow nnd Cultivators, Wliool-
wrttiht nml liliick-iiiiili Work uttondod to. Horso Shooing a
Spooialty,
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FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS
For nil kinds of up-to-date and reliable furniture
and house fm nishlngs go to
R. Howson & Co., Furnishers
W'aj-**"a>'^*V'a>^^rVV^I^"-i«>iV-a>''*i^l«-«y^*V'.>«>A*yi'-s)s>^
AWNINGS
Now that blight spring dnys lire coining in, tn ho followed by the beat
of summer you want to Keep your stores and houses conl nnd comfortable
The Best Way to do Ihis is lo secure awnings Im- your windows, nud
ni del-Ihem from
L.   A.  FRETZ,
First Street.
THE MOLSONS BANK
liiciii'lMiriiioil hy Act of I'tirliumont, 1855.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. MOLSON MAOPHERBON, Pics. S, H. EWINO, Vice-Pres.
James Eluot, General Manager,
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything iu way ol hanking business transacted without unnecessary delay.
Interest credited iwlco a year nt current rales on Savings Hank
deposits,
W. II. PRATT, Manager,
RbveIjSTOKe, B. C.
Mantles, Shelving, Storm Doors, etc
MOUNTAIN   VIEW.   N
C. W. 0. W.
227.
*■>■
ers  wi     ,--
-    Selkirk H«
ing in-M J  :.-   lOl
ttends I      Divine \l I -
Pen   ■ '
All will m - -    -; .
II. IV  I.
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Third Street East,
Revelstoke
to  cut  a  trail  along tue lumwata  r i   /     <    /
'-;- LAUIwj ullu luilllxt
ild i-,   : shed irum both ndes and,      f J
I    givi   access to tin ; - ids,   Mi -■
d U| .   ippoinl
committee t   - taniine the work and
n port.     In,.-   stated they I
•.. . visits and lound the tr iii had in l
icted, I
■ .    miles only al* ■   -''
yards i      I    -     died     die;
., lined tl, it in - rder to gel
I    , i   ,        . -. ■ ■
..... . Mr. Upper
mid thai   ,    pie could be d
- ...-■   I thi       ds, vhii li i-
,n oonsidei ild,
:,..'.     I    .  ',.'■     mers
i.... last  trip usl the bottle ol
. : ■       took    'Hi,  *     ..
j revi ntati      *    it colds s
i nil i- not ,-1' -.. tuld - e,   die Asso-
.,,u in will   nol   have theii
committees running unnecess
and will insisl thai the ti iii be pul in
proper ci idil in aa fl *sl instructed,
I hi A isooiation ire '- he coi
tted on  having secured, through tho
energy  ol  the  i-ict presidonl   ll A
i p| ei tho conviction nl a man named
J. A. Davidson  for    lionti
oul   ol  sea-,-ii.    'I he , .,-■ wn  tried
... re li-ii Ii.nr, 8.M., who imposed
:, fine ol *l'i and costs,   Tho magis
trate was vi ry lonionl it, the sentence
Imposed hut it should be a warning t
every person that this Association is
determined to prosecute an- one they
ran liiul ri-spi,nan In lor the death ol
birds or animals out ol season or who
ban them in their possession,
.   .        ..».
.1. C, HutOlliSOIl   lms   pill 111 ll gttSO
Iiiii! engine to out firewood, oto,
■
■
ASK  YOUR   DEALER   FOR
-KURTZS PIONEERS'
-KURTZ'S OWN'
-SPANISH BLOSSOMS'
,1'ON    MADE   CIOARS
- D   UY
'      j
ns. Cordova St., «.
-   li. C.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HBHKBY GIVEN that thirty
days after dato I intond to apply to tha
chief Commissioner of Landa and Works for a
spocial license to out and carry away timbei
from the following il escribed hinds near
Uppor Arrow Lake, West Kootonay District,
Kosthall waters:—
i. OonmioncIiiR at a pnst almnt 0chains smith
nf Hear Creek ami ahnnt four inlion fnnn the
tuimlh, thenco imrth Ml chains, thonco oast80
chains, thenco smith 80chains, llienee woat 80
chains tn [mini nf commencement.
i. Cnmmoncingatariosl on smith slilo of Hear
i reek anil ahmil live miles frnm the month, Iheucy
nnrtli 80 chains, tlience oast 80 cliiiins, thonce
wnth 80 chains, thenco west 80 chains to jiolnbof
■nnnneiicemont.
:;. Coimnonelnjr at .Nn. 2 post norlh 80 chains,
lii'in'i- ffost sii I'lmiiiN thenco smiih su chains,
heneoeaal Bnchalns to point of commoncomont.
I. Cnmuieiielng at a pnst mi nurLh side nf Heap
limit sK tailes  from  the mmilli, thi'iiee
chains, thence west so chains, thonco
last 80 chains tn point of
m-lli
mith 80 chains, tin
uinnicneomont.
Dated May Ith, 1000.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office -Toronto, Ontario.
llriuii-lius in the Pruvbicea uf Mniiitiibii, Alberta. Saskntchowitii,
liritish (.'uluniliiii, Oitturi,,, (juebec.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve Fund
D. U. Wii.kik, Presidi'iil;
Hon, R. .Iai'kkav
$4,000,000.00
$3,900,000.00
$3,900,000.00
Vice-President.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savinhh Department—Deposits received und Interest allowed
at highest current rale from date of opening account, and compounded half-yearly,
Drafts sold available in nil parts of Canada, United States and
Em-ope.   Speciul attention given to Collections,
Revelstoke Branch, B. C—A. E. Phipps, Manager.
mWBBBBBBm
II. I!   lllll'.IIIN.S.
NOTICK
.a i„
BAGGAGE DELIVERED
AND TRANSFERRED
ii ,  - ..
II -,-,!
Leave Ord
i .  -      li   ■
Street.
The Money Saving
Work Saving Soap
I'hal     Royal I
de ii Largosl
Soap Factory
peg,        II     ISI
And tin .   ,
1 Premium System
llooklcl tells nimi   -
Itnvnl Crown VVrappi r   Hend
lor  it—Free - Also try the
Hoap,
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B, C
RE =0PE,NI-;i)!
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
.  STREE1
Mutton
I sma ■
l"l|,. llll
IlllUI,
lieiel,) iliiell llllll   Iill llliys Illll,! lllltu |
;,|>|,ly  h,  tile I'llief  ('uliiliiissiullei- „f
Works for perniliiltni l„ pnrcliaso the
e.elil,e,l luiiils, -illlille lii'iir'lele. I unlll-
I'uril li-lriel. |(. I' :
iiiell'-ine ill   i<  pnll   tiliiitleil lit Ihi'suulli
nrnurnf bnl 181 1 ninrkeil "II. II. Nnilo'l
'l,'-l   eenii'l   pitft," llleil,','   Siillt ll (II i'll.'lillS,
ei*i  ii.„ chains, tlionco imrtli 10chains,
llienee „e*t 100. Iliill- In poilll of e„lllltlt'll,'L'ltll'lll,
I,,,..I Hlli iln) ..I Iprll, limo,
ii. ii. NAiii.r,,
lluralitnke, Il.C
-. bj  ii,-ii thnt Milan alter ilntii |
mi..nl in nmily in iln-cliiuf Cotniiilmliiiior,,(
l  . i  ,i„t im.iIm (orpemilsilnn topurcliaiotlio
11.,,,,.,    iloicrlllOll   I I-.   -iluule
' 1,-lu  i aril Ilitrfct, II r.
nnmi-m-lnial , pn«i pin I  , tin
,| ia,t I-', ,„,-i m.iike.i "ll,Mcllean'imntli
;„■  Tol«
iiith i
'   Illl'lle,
elm
mill
..,   le.
noi ,,.. -
KI chaini,
M tlienCO   ,,,'-1   J', ellllillS
I   III 11,1    I  "M   III,    II ,1,1    hi
i    ,      th ISO i liaini, in,,,
Imi indnrj nl   l.'.i IB lie
■ ■       ml .- (WOnero
Ihle.lOe      IM.lM  el    lpr||    1006,
I   M-I'.HAN,
llevi-lsleke, ll.l
hen,
k„llli
l.inglh
■ l„'ll,t
ur le,
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS IIKHKIIY G1VKN Mint thirty
IN days after date I Intend lo apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
spceinl license to out and earrv away timber
from the followiiiK described lands in West
Kootenay District t—
1 Commonolng at n pnst marked "A. McRao's
northwest corner post," planted about six miles
frmn (Inld SUrani, oil west side of trail, running
mi ,-ltii ins sollthi SO ehains east, SO ehains nnrlh, 81)
chains west to point of commencement.
2 Commencing at a pnst marked "A. McRae's
smith west enrilei* pnst," *|ihtiited almut six miles
from Qolil Stream, on west side of trail, naming
Hu chains north, 80 chains east, 80 eliuiiis smitli, 80
chains west to point of commoncement,
8 Commencing at a post marked 'A. McRae's
nnrtli west corner pnst," planted ahmil (light miles
frnm (inld Stream, <>n east side uf trail, running
80 chains smitli, ,sn chains east, SU'ehaliis north, 80
chains westtn point of cinnineiieeiiient.
4 Commenolng at a post marked "A. Mcltae's
smith wost corner post," planted about eight miles
from Cold Stream, on east sldo nf trail, running
8ii chains north, 80 chains east, 80 clmins smith, sn
ehnitis west in point of commoncomont.
5 Commencing at a post marked "A. Mcltae's
smith west, cornor pust,'' -planted nbout nine miles
from Cold Stream, on oast side of trail, running
mi chains north, 80 ehains cast, 80 ehains smith, 80
bains west to point nf commencement.
Dated this 28th day of May, 1000.
THE BILL BOARD
K, TAPPING has soenrod tho right-of-
franchise as Hill Duster fur tho Canadian and
American Bill Pastors Association in tho City
of Rovelstoke, and hnvlOR tho hill hoards, he
Is npw prepared to do ail kinds of advertising
on the same,
LAND NOTICE
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Nullum; Duttor than  "Our Bpoiilnl."
NOTICE
,  ,m, ,, .1 00 ,l.,ysf,„ni ilnle I
-   Liu  llm iiletlu- Chlol Coin-
nerul I.',,!   iiiii Weil, Inr nurmliiinntu
Uw Inl   ibis i Iioil Inini- hi He-
Weal if     I "i iiii I t'pper
,
Ingul   -  i eul..I 'J li. ('..iiii,im.
th v   t i inner,   ill  lln, Hi n-oil cnrliei "I
il   i    lei Uml Niikuiu,
   ti in Iw,,II eoimrth
lli.il ll - chnllia uune
'       I  ,1.      IliirH   lIlOIICC III., pile,.,I
i    '...., ,]..,,. Ilii I,.le  ihiire se ill.iie-
'    l|    i iimilieliienieill,   Clllll li'l
mnmi
I. '■ I thl
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I'm I-.i|.l Hlye
OWNERS
ol   \.111..... v..-i-  Itenl
iv.-II |,o i iiitiiiiiiiiii-iili-
Ksl.-lle
will.
wolllil lb
LIDDLE   &   SMITH,
sun Hii'iiioH'i siriK-t, Wost, Vanoouver,
fur pn-vuiliiiK prices.     I'. 0, llnx IHIS.
LAND NOTICE
NOTICK IS IIKHKIIY UIVKN that sixty days
after date I intend to apply to tlio Hon, chief
Commissioner of Lands nml Works fur pcrmissim)
in mircliaso the following described lands situate
in Ihe Wesl Knotmiay district,
i ommenclng at an hill lal pnst erected mi the
north liank of tbo l.nnh> river, aUni one-eiKht
mile west of Lake creek and mnrked "D. P. Kane's
smiih east corner post," thonce nnrtli -io clmiiis:
Ihence went Sil chains; Ihence smith BO ehaiiis,
mere ur less In Unto river: Ihence easterly following the I mi nk of ihe river 80 ohains more or lew* tn
paint of commencement, comprising one bundr
and sixty acres more or less.
iMi.-il the ".'Mh May, low,.
I). P, ICANK,
Certificate of Improvements,
NOTICE
1' -is Mineral Olnlm, iltnato lu the Rovolstoko
MJnbiR Divisi I Wnsl Knnteniiy District,
Where Incnloili Nnrtli nl troll Hill Mineral
Claim, SUuiilnnl llnsln, bin lloiul.
'Ink,' lliiliee llllll I,.Illll. I. Wuinllull, l-'.M.C. Nu.
1186170, acting as agent Inr myself ami A. IV, Mv-
liile-li. I-.M.O. Nu. Ilvililli, II Iiilinsiiti, I'.M.O.
v.. li-.-,,;-,-. Klliiiholh McMal   l-.M.i:.  Nn.
l;.-.:■;:,, Inleml »lstyila)-i Imui Uu- ilatohcroor,tn
npply In lho Mining Itoconler tor n Cortillcato ol
l,n]„,,v,-liii'lils, (ei   Ihe  |,ll|-)l„se  „( uhlnhlltig il
Cimvn (Iriiltl nf the almvo claim.
Ami fmllier liike untie,' Unit ftotioll, Ullllor 81'C-
i uui :i7, mull l«- i-'imuii'i I before the liinanconl
iileh I'erlilli-iile „f liupiuicmcnlH.
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For Sale or Rent
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LAND NOTICES.
VTOTICE i« hereby kivoii that, GO ckya after
IA date, wo intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to purchase the following doscribod lands
situatod in Wost Kootonay district, west sido
of Uppor Arrow Lnko:—
Commencing at a post mnrkeil "M, C. Slye's
north east corner," about 3 miles Hontli of Post-
hall ('reek, at the south east corner of A. K.
Hammond's applicatinn to purchase, thence west
laiicliains, thence smith 40 chains, tlience east 80
chains, tlience smilli 40 ehains, llieme east W
chains, thence nnrlh Hn clmins tn point of commencement, eon tain lit}; mn acres.
Daled tliis 22nd day of May, 10HU.
M, C. BLYK.
Per Ralph Slye, Ageni.
Commencing at a post marked "A. K, Hammond's north west corner.-' «t the south east corner nf tatot 4570 and ahnnt i'i miles south of Fm-i.
hall Clerk, llienee snath Inn clmiiis, thence east
in chains, llienco norlli 100 chains, Ihence west -in
chains to point nf commencement, containing oio
acres more or loss.
Dated this'ilst day of May.UKHi.
A. K. HAMMOND,
Per Ralph Slye, Agent.
Commencing at a post marked "V. A. slye's
nnrlh east corner," about 10 ehains wesl of the
smith west corner of Lot im< and al the nnrlh
west curner of q, j. Hammond's application to
purchase, ami about Hi miles soutn of Vostliall
Creek, llienee west W chains, tlienee smith 4(1
chains,  Ihence west SO chains, tlience smith III
chains, llienee east 120 chains, tlionco nortli 80
ehains to point of commencement, containing
UlO acres,
Hal cil this -j j si. day of Mav, innii,
\'\ A. S1,VK.
Per Ralph slye, Agent.
Commencing at a pnst marked "G, J. Hammond's north oast corner," at Lho south east corner of [,ot 4576, and about 1)4 mites smith nf post-
hall Creek, tlience wesi-in chains, tlience soutli
Hill chains, thence east 40 chains, llienee north |ttn
chains to point nf coifnuuncomeiit, containing 840
acres.
Dated this 21st day ef Mav, liuni.
(1..I.'HAMMOND,
Per Ralph Hlye, Agent,
Commencing at a post marked "M. C. Dicker-
sun's north west corner," on the shore nf Arrow
Lake, almnt 3 miles smith nf Knsthall Creek and
about 20 chains mirth uf llie huh li east corner uf
A. K. llauimmid's applicatinn to pnrcliaso, tlience
smith 120 chains, tlience east 80chains more or
less to llie slime of Arrow Lake, tlienco following
said shore In a general northerly and westerly
direction llio ehains more orless to point nf nmi-'
meiiccment, Containing*040acres more nrless.
Dated tbfsWuddayof Mnv, raw,
M. C. DIQKER80N,
Per Ralph Hlye, Agent.
Commenolng al a pust mnrked "I,. M..lohn-
itmie's smith east corner," aliont 'A miles south uf
Postlial! Creek and about D. miles west from tlm
lake, at I he smith west enriter of Q, ,|. Jlumuiniid's
application to purcln.se, thenci. north80chains,
thence wesl Illll chains, thence smith 40 chains,
theuce east 40 ehains, Uienee smith 40chains,
Ihence east 00 chains lo point uf commencement,
cmitalnlng 040 acres,
Dated tills Knd day of Mav, 1*900.
L. M. JOHNSTONE,
Per Ralph Hlye, Agent.
Commonolng at a post marked "J.I,, Hlrsch's
smith west comer," at the south oast corner of
Lut 4670, and almnt \\ miles smith of Pusthall
Creek, llienee north Wi chains, tlience east 40
chains, thence smith 80 chains, thenco west 40
chains to pnini of commencement, containing ;i2n
acres more or less.
Dated this 21st day nf May, 1900,
.). I. Hiiiscii.
Per Ralph Hlye. Agent.
Commune ing at a post marked "K, A. Slye's
i.inili easl cornor," al the smitli west corner of
Lot 4.'.rii ami about IM miles SOUtll nf Fosthall
Creek, theuce  north  40 chains,   tllOUCO  west 81)
chains, tlience smith 40 chains, thenco west 80
chains, llienee south 40 chains, thence east80.
chains, thenco north 40 chains, thenco east on
chains to point of comineiieunienl, containing IHO
imli'd this 21st day of Mav, HUHi.
K. A. 8LVK.
Per Ralph Slye, Agent.
Commencing at n posl marked "A. Dnllouinoy-
e,i's um-iii east corner," nlmiit >., mile .smith Iii
Kosthull Creek, at the north wesl cmner post of
Lot4fi70, thenco west 120 chains, thenco soutli^
chains, tbenee east 4'i chains, thence north 4o
chains, thence easl m chains, thence norlh 40
chains to puint of commencement, containing (140
acres.
Dated Ihis 18th day of Mav, 1000,
A, DOLLkNMKYKU,
Per Ralph Slye, Agont, !!■: MAIL-HERALD, UliVI-II.STOKi; ll. c
DOMINION
PARLIAMENT
l8|,oi'ial tn tlieMAli.-llBnAi.il.I
Ottawa..I uuu 2—The annual spring
donning souson has once more oome
and giino in most wel I-ordered house
holds, and Il's Majesty's loyal opposition, anxious to be in the fashion has
been figuring on a house-clean of their
own. Thc greater part ol this week
has been devoted to the debate ot it
resolution olfered by Mr. Borden,
which calls for a special committee to
inquire into the working and administration ol the Lands Act, and report
on any irregularities therein. There
is more behind, the speeches ol the
Conservative members showed they
Intended if possible to make the inquiry cover nil the transiicti ms of the
depart ment of the interior, an under-
tailing that would keep a committee
busy for twelve months.
It is impossible in the limits ol u
column, to go over the whole debate,
but one or two points may lie referred
to. Mr. Borden started out with a
complaint that since the pre-ent government came into power too much
power had been vested in Ihe minister
of the interior, but the Opposition
hnd not made any objection when the
various changes hnd been before the
House. Continuing, the Opposition
lender charged that the lands in the
west had been handed over to the
speculator to the detriment of the
hriin lide settler, and that friends of
the government hud been let in "on
the ground lloor," while Others could
not even get "odd justice." A further charge was that the affairs uf the
department were enshrouded n secrecy, and suspicion naturally resulted.
8PKE0H  IIY Sll-'TON.
This was llie stun and substance ot
the Opposition case and the Minister
of the Interior in r ply, gave a clear
and exhaustive explanation, which
pretty well cleared up thc matter, but
the sjieecli of the debate, which attracted the greatest amount of attention, and kept the House and galleries
crowded for over (our hours, was that
ol his predecessor, lion. Clifford Siftou.
With a most thorough knowledge of
his case, and with the trained skill ol
the experienced advocate, Mr. Siftou
went over the entire question from A.
to '/.. lucidly explaining tlio operations
of the department, presenting ligures
which told ol, delinite results nccom
plisbed, and comparing those result
with the results obtained by the late
government. His remarks aroused
the inmost enthusiasm among the
Liberal members.
Alter commenting upon tlie evident
luck of accurate knowledge of the subject displayed by many of the speakers,
the ex-minister recalled the several
changes that had been made bv parliament in the law governing thc procedure in the lands branch of the
interior, explaining the reason for each
nnd the improvement ils adoption had
made. Procedure hud been simplified,
settlers had been protected in their
holdings, aud in many cases saved
from beggary, and a progressive policy
inaugurated that was best justified by
the results. As to the charge ot giving
away the land, Mr. Sifton quoted
figures which showed that not only
had the practice of disposing of lands
tor little or nothing ceased with the
change ot government, but the millions ot acres locked up in railway
reserves by the late administration
had been opened (or settlement, the
railways had been compelled to take
the hinds they hud earned, and so
made liable lor taxes, and the bona
lide settler had been brought iu in
tens of thousands. The charge that
friends of the government had beon
given undue consideration, was fully
disposed of, it being shown that every
sale made, for example to Mr. Burrows, M. P., (Mr. Sifton's brother-in-
law), a specific case of which much
had lieeu said, had only been carried
out alter full notice had been given, so
lhat every one interested could bid for
the property in the market.
As to the feeling in tho Northwest
in the matter, Mr. Sifton, with perfect
justice, appealed to the verdict of the
ballot bax. The successive elections
had gone overwhelmingly in lavor ol
the government, and the districts that
were most closely concerned had given
the most emphatic endorsation.
Mr. Foster undertook to reply to the
ex-minister and he undoubtedly made
the best of his brief, as he always docs.
ATLANTIC TKAD1N0 COMPANY,
While this debate has been the
event of the week, a number ol other
interesting matters have cropped up.
Tho examination of the immigration
ollieials on the doings ol the North
Atlantic Trading Cu. has occupied
much time, but so lar, has produced
little beyond showing what was referred to in tliis column two or three
weeks ago, viz., that very unfortunate
quarrels have existed among the officer! of the department in tho old
country, for some considerable time.
A general ro-organiziition of tlie personnel of the staff will no doubt be
necessary, whatever else conies of the
inquiry.
lNSUKANOK   INVESTIGATION.
A speech contributed by the Minister o! Finance, to the debate on tho
insurance investigation, is worthy of
note, in that he warned policy holders
not to throw up their policies in a
panic. He assured the country that
so far nothing had developed to justify
a loss of confidence in the financial
soundness ot Canadian companies, and
declared that there was every reason
to believe that tho net result ol the
enquiry wold be to show, among
other things, that every policy holder
was fully secured.
A cabinet shulllc is on tho tapis, und
Indole this appears iu print, it is more
than likely Mr. Fitzpatrick will have
left parliament for tbe supreme court
llis health has been poor for some
time, und be has been anxious to go,
RAIL Ai.D STEAMER.
The 0. P. It. nre erecting u new
stiitinn building at Three Valley,
whieli is now opened ns a regular railway, telegraph und express office in
lieu of Griffin Lake, which will bo
closed. F. Urquliart is in charge at
Three Valley.
The gross earnings for April of llie
C.P.R. were $6,401,000, working expenses, $8,148,441; net profit, $2,342,-
651). The increase In net profits over
same period lust your Is, $810,768; and
[or the ten months ending April 30,
an increase ol $11,2(13,380.
Kutus Pope, ex-M. P., who has just
returned from the Northwest, says the
0, P. It. activity In Saskatchewan and
Alberta indicates tbey intend to build
westward from a point between Calgary and Edmonton and reach the
coast through the Yelloivlii'iid Puss.
It is understood the 0. P. It. will
shortly beuln work on the improve.
ment of the shops at Revelstoke.   It
is no secret the cunipany have bad
much trouble in retaining their mon
at this point and tho main reason bus
been the bad arrangement of the
present building. If uml is improved
on the same lines as at the Vancouver
shops, the trouble will doubtless vanish, and Revelstoke will become as
popular a point with thc company's
mechanics ns any other.
The C, P. R, despatching stall* lit
Ilevelstoke is to be doubled owing to
the increase ol business. It is stilted
half tho stall' will  handle  tbo work
1
REGISTERED TRADE MARK
Union Made
Garments
for . . .
Working-men
"BUCK BRAND" Working
shii-is and Overalls (our own
manufacture).
Splendid Socks and the most
comfortable underwear.
Our Smocks, too, are a little
stronger thun anything yon hnve
seen heretofore,
We also handle jusl us good
heavy li loves.
These lines nre for sale retail
by nil good dealers.
Wm. J. .Master & Sons
LTD.,
MANUFACTURERS
VANCOUVER,    B.   C.
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vindpurllv, Ouoranleed.
8<M ]y CroccrsEvery^t^re.
SEE
Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Ton services Flower Pot*
Fhitos Umbrella Stainls.
Bosket* Ijinmh Baskets
Cane Chain Snioklna Jackets
HanilkorolilofH Silk Goals.
GOLD FISH
Klncsl stock of candles nml fruit* in town.
Front Street, Revelstoke
CEMENT BLOCKS
MniMifiieiiirod for all olasflu of building*!
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All kinds of bulldlnsand plastering
nmlorliiken.
A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
between Lev- 1st,,!*,, and Fi, Id, and tin-)
other hull' will i iln charge ,,f the
business bet.-,-en Ri vclsti ke u d
Kamloops. The increased despatching staff will also handle the railway
telegrams, and lur this purpose purl ■ i
the staff will be located in the olliee
in the new station at present occupied
by Mr. Rn.d-huv.. the company's agent.
The telegraph staff will also soil
tickets. 1 he agent's olliee will be
moved i" iln- height shed.
BANKING.
Mr. e.iwthrn. Mulock, who wn* elected
tothe direotoratoof the Imperial Hunk
lust week, will be the youngest lank
director in Canada, Mr. Mulock inherited several millions, and is nlsii,
perhaps, the richest of Canada's young
men,
"■■:■•*, nrt-iaiaracaTr-jOrr-y.-,
LAND NOTICE.
VTOTICB li hore'.ij glvou llllll liu.lay- nllei ilnle
,\ I inn -ml tu ap ply to tin- chief r,,nnni*.ieii,i
e( Linn- .,,i.| w.iil,* fur poriiiliilini Inpnrchnie
llicfe||el,|lie.,|e*eril,e,ll.,ll,|*   Ml UlO  "lllg U'lljll'"
ii igon imiii. .Mien In-n.l Mining lllvlilon, tveil
Kiiutoliny lii.niei:
['innnii'iicliig atn i„,*t ul I ton chains iniilh
I llie s-nile 1»,.| ..It the  ■ lliu l.ullgo" un-jell mil,I
ami mnrkeil "('. M. Syiwini north wnst comer."
llionce ,-u-i iu chains, thenco snulli lo cluilni,
thenoe weal ID chains, llienei Hi 10 chnlns In
piiiiil el col]
I*. M, SV.MUNs,
,1,1,11 e( eeliiliiein euielt
li!iti„IM;,y1si,HKs;.
NOTICE
leroby given ihnl
I Intond to apply tothe
VTOTICE i- hereby given thnl thirty days
JN   ulii-r iiim- *
rhie(('„i„nii-*i„n„r„[ Lands nnd Works lor n
speeiul llooiiso to eul nnd curry away timbor
from tho fullowlngdoscribod lands in the District ol West llonli n
L'uminencluii ui a nosl marked "J. Whlttl-
combo's smith wosl cornor post," planted nl
Sin,,v,l„ii's soulli eut enmor, thouoe uortli 80
chains, llienco onst lu chnlns, thenoo south 80
el,lliu- I hence west tu cluiilt* to polutofcnm*
uieiieetiient.
April 28th, 1IXKJ.
JOHN WHITTU'llllMK.
NOTICE.
VTOTICE Is hereby glvon Hint thirty .lays alter
.\ ilnle I Intenil lu apply i„ ilu- lion. Chief
ciiunisstetiei'iil l.-iiiil* iiiiiI Worki, Iur a special
lleonao t„ mu nnil i'u], inini' timber [ronilho
folliiwlng ileserllieil liiiuls:
1. t'nnnnciiclng nl n posl plauleil nn the easl
lank nl Hi,- nurih lurk „f I'll',- Creek, iibmil:,
miles above (lie furki nml marked "li.1". Henry's
nnrtli ensl curlier in*i." tlience nosl in chains,
llionce small loo cliaius, llienco cost ni cliiiins,
thenco north imiclialna tupnlnl ofi inonci mont,
2. Commencing al a poil plnuled nn tho oasl
isitik nl tin- north fork „f tote Croek, nboul ,-,
miles above the forks anil marked "H. I'. Henry's
north wesl corner post," thonco south 100 chains
thonco east in chains, thouce north 100 chains,
thenco wesi in elinlns tu point ,,f commencement.
ll.   Ciiinini-n, iuciil ;i pust planted ,,n the eust
look „f thc  ih fork „l Kilo Creek, about .",',
miles (him Uu- (orks nnil mnrked "li. P. Henry's
Smith ensl corner post,' thenco north 10U chains,
Ihenco wesl In ohnlns, llienco *"„ili 100chains,
llienei- ensl lu ,-luiins I,, point „f ciiuilneucetlli'lll.
1.  Cnminonclngat a i„,-i iilanlwl on tho easl
hank „! il nli fork „( Kite Creek,nhiinl B|
miles almvo llm forks ami marked "It. P. Henry's
soulh iu-*i  nor iinst," llionce nnrlh SO chains
llienee ensl su cluiilU, thenco soulh SO chains
llienee weal sn ehnhiB iu point ,,f cuniinenceiuciit
,'i. Coimncnciiig at n post planted on tho.veil
hank „( Un- north („rk „i Fife Creek, nboul .-'
miles above iln- i„rk*. and marked -If. P. Henry's
 -til ,-ii-t  -iter post," thence wesl80cliaius,
Ihence smith su eliuiiis. tbenee eust su chnlns.
thenco iimih sn chains to point of cninineiiceinenl.
ii. Commencing al n posl uliintcd on the west
bank „( ihe nortli fork „( t'lfe Crock,nboul s.
miles above Ilu- („rk* nml lunrkcil -If. P. Ili-nri *
south enst corner post," thonco ninth ni" chnlns,
llienee wesl Hi chains, tlience south 100 chnlns,
thence east 10 chains lo point uf commencement.
7. Commencing at apostiilantcil on the nest
hank of Hi- norlli (oik of life Creek mul about 0
miles above the (orks and mnrkeil "If. P. Henry's
south east comer pnst," thenco nmili mu chains,
thonco west iii chains, tlionco soutli nm chain..,
tlience enst 40 chains I,, point ul couiiiieiiceni	
s. Commencing ntn i„,-i planted „n Hi,- nesi
hunk „( 111,- norlh („ik „( File Creek, aboul ll
miles above the lorki mul ninrkod"K. P. Henry's
southwest collier post." tlu-llee east SU chains.
thouce north su chains, tlienco wost 80 chains,
thonco soulli su chains tn point ,,f cominonceinont.
If. P.-HKNIIV.
Dated May l»t. law.	
SiNi'rSliS   Ui-'   KtXJUljjUlUN'S   00\-
BBMlNG  THE  DISPOSAL OF DO;
MINION    LANDS     WITHIN     l"b
KAIIjWAY   liKLT  IN   Tlili  PHO\-
INCE OF BRITISH COLUMLUA.
A LICENSE tu cui timber can be acquired  only   at  public   competition.    A
rental ol "w per square mile is onargeii
fur all timber ticrtlis except ibuse situated west of Yale lur which the rental is
ut Hie line of 5 cunts per acre per annul,,.
In addition to the tental, dues nl tut
following rales are charged:-
Sawn  lumber,  in cents per thousand
Railway tie-5, eight and nine feet long.
I 1-2 und 1 3-1 cents each.
Shingle bolts, 3 tents a cord.
All other products, ■; per cent on tne
A license is issued so soon as a berth
is grained, bul in surveyed territory no
liiiiuer can be cut on a berth unlll the
licensee has made a survey thereof.
Permits to cut timber are also grantea
at public competition, exccpi in the rase
of actual seniors, who require the tlm-
„ i- uu llieir uwu use. ,       ,, .
Settlers nnd others may also obtain
permits io cut up to loo cords of wood lui
sale   without   competition.
Tlie dues payable under a permit are
jLoll per thousand feel B.J1., tor sQUine
liniuer and sawlogs of any wood except oak; from 1-2 to 11-2 cents per lineal
toot for building logsi from ci- toy
cents per cord (or wood; 1 cent Ior fence
puses; il cents fur railway lies; and m
tents per cord for shingle bolts.
Leases for grazing purposes are issued
fur a leim of twenty-one years, al a
rental of two cents per acre per annum.
Coal lands may be purchased at *W
per acre ior suit cual and » for anthracite. Not inure than Z2» acres may M
acquired by unc individual or cumpun .
liojall) at the rule ul lu cenls per Ion
ut "000 pounds is collected on tlie gloss
° Entries lur land Ior agricultural purpose* may ne made pel sunnily al Ico
tui land uillte iur Hit distriot In which
he and to be taken up is Situated, ol
if the homesteads, desires, lie may, on
uppli, ullun lu Ihe Minister ol the In'?™1
at uuuwu. ihe Commissioner oi unmlgra.
nun at Winnipeg, ur the weal a«'"l,"{.
the Dislricl, wllhln which Hie laud i=
-uuuied, leceiic authority lur some one
to make eliiry iur lilm,          ,
A ice oi 110 Is chalgtd iur buIlleb(eaU
" A settler who has received uu entry lui
a homestead, le required lo iicriorni lho
conditions connected therewith under omul the following plans:- 	
Hi ai leasl six months residence upon
and cultivation ui tbe land In each jeiir
during tlie term ol three years.
It Is" the practice oi tbe Depurtmenl to
require a settler to bring li acres under
cultivailun, but if he prefers lie may substitute stuck; and 20 head oi cattle, to he
actually his own property, Willi buildings
Ior their actommudaiion, wUl be reo.uir.-a
instead oi cuiUvatlon.
i2i 1( (lie faihcr lor mother, If the father is deceased) uf any pel sun who is
elmiblo lo make a homestead entry under
the provisions of tbe Act, resides upon
a (arm in (he vicinity oi tbe laud entered for by such person as a Iiomesiead.
Hie requirements of tbe Act as to residence prior to obtaining patent may be
satisfied by such person residing with the
lather or mother.
8) It Hie settler has his permanent
residence upon iarming land owned by
him In Hie vicinity of his homestead, tin-
requirements of the Act as to residence
may be satlslled by residence upon the
said  land. .
Application for putent should be made
at llie end of three years before tbe local
agent, BUb-agent or a homestead inspector.
Before making application tor a patent,
il-,.- settler must give six months' notice
In writing to the Commissioner of Do-
-i-ilon Lands at Ottawa, of his Inten-
otl   10  QO  SO. 	
W, W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the interior
Ottawa, Fehruray lllh, lMe.
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IflP^iy   - ,'"':    '    / i
Tlm "Sunshine" furnace nnd
"sunny" ways nro synonymous.
Tho cold, dreary winter dnys can
bo mndo cheery nnd worm with a pure,
healthful heat if you have 11 *' Sunshine" furnaco.
Is easier to operate, cleaner, uses less fuel nnd
" shines" in many other ways over common furnaces,
Two shakers arc used to shnko thn heavy,triangular-
shaped grates. This jusl. cuts tho work of'shaking-
down in half, besides being easier on tho furnace than
tho old one-shaker style,
Hold by eiilei'i'i'i-;   • dent
ers every when i.
Booklet froe.
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IiOMTlUa, TonONTO,  MONTIil-AI,.   WlNIill'Ifll,
V.incodvku, St. John-, Hamilton-.
£rer.*sj?si£;*u*",t.'-.
BOURNE BROS., Sole Agents.
^00891
Light weight
Summer Suitings.
There art- Fit-Reform garments for
every whim of the thermometer.
Beautiful Scotch Tweeds—Irish
Homespuns—"West of England"
Serges—and English Flannels.
A quartette of fabrics that have
summer comfort in every thread.
"A hundred and one" different effects
—in all the new summer styles.
515.00 up.
304
J. G. MACDONALD, Affent, Revelstoke.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given tliatBO days after dale
I Intend lo apply to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner nl Lands mul Works for per-
inissiun 10 oul and carry away timber Irom t lull,lloiviup uVeribcl luiiils situiileit In Wesl
Kootonay dislricl:
1, Commencing at a pnst planted 011 Ihe
south side ,,l Smilli creek ailunit 2|... mill's (nun
the Columbia river uiul murk,-,! "E. J. John
sun'.- iiurili ensl corner pusl," tlionco south sn
,-hnins, thenco well 80 ohains,thonco north 80
eliuiiis. llienee ensl Ml chains 111 the point  ul
eoiiiincni'cnii'iit.
■2. Commenolng at n poll plnntod uu tlie
south side of Smith creek llbOllt '■'■'. miles tl',,111
ihe Ciiluiiihiii liver und marked"E, J. Johnson's norlh call cornor poit," tlionco south su
cliiiins, tlionco west80chains, thoneo ninth su
chains, thonco eastSO attains '„ ihu poinl ul
eoitiuieiu'einenl,
3.  (1 iieiielngnt 11 posl planted un ihe
-0mh side n(smiiii creek nboul i'., miles Iron
ihe Columbia river 1.11,1 mnrkod '-E..I. John-
-,,n's norlli i-ii-l curlier poll," Ihouco soutli 80
elmin- ihenco wosl stii-hnnis, Ihem rib sn
chains, thoneo oasl so nhalni i„ Hie point ui
eominoticctnont.
I Coniineiieilii: ill „ poll philllcl mi tlio
SOIllll -ill,-olMilllll,-reek abulltfiU Illiles (mill
ihe Colnniliitt river 1111,1 marked -I-l. .1. John-
 -sin.rlhci,-I corner pusl," Ihi'iu'e soulh su
chains, I honco woit sn chains, i in- irt h »
ehniiis, ihenco cast 80 chaini in ihe pnliii ol
i-olnim-lleelnelil
.-,. ennui,i-ni'iiig nl n pun planted mi lho
■oulh side ol Smith creek hIm.i.i M mlleslr	
il„> c,hn,ibin river mul innrkoil "I-:. J. .lohn-
 ,g nurih en*[ corner pusl," llionoo soulh su
chnlni, tlionco west B0 chains, thenoo north So
chains, thoncooaii80 chnlns to the point id
iiuiiliielii'i'liienl
,: commonolng m a poll plantod mi Hie
soulh side nl sniiih crook aboul lu miln Irani
iheCiibinibhi river nnd marked "IS, J. Johnson's nurih ensl curlier pusl," llionoo soulh su
eliuiiis, thonco wi-sl SI] chnlns, Ihcliee nnrlh Sll
chains, ilieiii'o oasl80 chains lo tho puint ol
coininoticoinont.
7 Commencing nl u post phniicl ,,n the
.-outh slilo ol Smith creek Hluml lljf* miles from
the ( nlnnihin river uiul iiiiirkcl "K. J. Johnson's smith otul cornor post," Iheiu rihin
ehniiis, llienco woatlOO chnlni, lhoiicosoulli-0
chains, thont mt 100 chains to thu point oft
commoncomont. ,   . ,
k   Commencing nt » posl pbmii-,1 „n lho
south side nl Smilli ereek llbulll -I'i miles Irnlll
tlieCuiinnlihi river and mnrked -If J. Johli-
son'ssouth cast cornor post," thonco nurih -In
chnlni, thonco west inn chaini, thonco soulh
111 ehnil'S, Ihoi usl UU) olinlui lo lho puint uf
ci iiciii'i'iiii-ni.
0 ('iiinmeni'tng nl n POBt plnntcl tin Ilu,
south side of Smilli en-ell iibollin.'i miles frnm
ihe Ciilinnblii rlvi-ruiul mnrked ''E.J. Johnson's soulh enst corner post," Ihouco nurih -in
chnlni, thenoo WOll Illllchulns. Ibeni'esunlh-lll
ibiiitis, tbcitci-cnst nilli'litilns lo llie point ol
commencement.
Ill    Col curing ill n pnst plliulcl ull Hie
north slilc ul lh rlh lurk nl Smith creek,
nl tr,'. nlh-s Irom lh,- Clinnl'lii river nnil
in„rki-,i--K. J. Jnhlisliii's south east curlier."
tlienco north BOchalUB, llienee wcsisn chains,
llienco Boulh 80 chains, llionoo casi su chnlns
lu ihe place nl commencement.
Iliiteil May 3, binii.
' K J. JOHNSON.
NOTICE
VOTICI! is hereby glvon Ihnl Ihirly dnys
l\ nllcr iliili, I iiilnndl,, apply- 1„ the Chiof
Cominlssiouorol Lands and Work* for special
llooiiso to cut nnd curry nwny timber from tho
fiillnwiiig ,l„s,-ril„,,l hiinls sltuatoil in Easl
Kooleiini tllilrict, Il.C:
1. fninmouciug at u i.i.sl inarkod "Arthur
Pnyno's soul h wosl enrner post," plaiit,,,! on tho
onst sldo of Sullivan Rivor about 'i mill, frum
Ktmbnskel Luke, tlioncoonsl so chnlns, ilium-,,
north Ifflolinlns, lb wosl In chaius, tbenee
south 80 chnlns. thonco wosl in chnlns, thenoo
-mu h iii chnlns to point ,,f ii commit.
2. Cnniinonolng ul u post mnrkeil "Arthur
Pnyno's nnrtli u,--i cnrnorrxiit," |,lmiii„l ,,n ihe
■innii linni. o| Sulliiiiii Ilivor nboul two milos
from Kimbaskot Lake, II co south suelmin-
thoucooiist su elinlns,thoneo north SOJolinias,
Ihence wosl Sll chains t„-|H,itil,,f cuiiinnucn-
moot.
:i. i on,, iui, ui n |Ki-i mnrkod "Arthur
Pnyuo'snorth cast ' -po-i." plant''d on ilu-
siuitli lunik ol'Siilliinii river nboul I mile-fnnn
Klinlinikol Lake. H„ i *,,ui I, HI ohnlns, i honco
wosl su ehalus, thonco north 80 ohnlns, thonco
„ii-i 80 chains to pulutorcnminoucomonl.
I.  lo,i,in iimiitii po-i marked "Arthur
Pnyno's norlh wo-t eon,,-r |Kist," plantod ou
H nib bank of Sulllvnu Rivor nlioiil I ml loi
inin, Klmbnikol Lnko,ll co lontli m chains,
ihe,,, oi pn chnlns, lluwi nl, lOohnlus,
liionco wnsl h''l cluiili-1,, point nl cnniiiteucn-
inont.
'>. Cnmmonolng nt a posl market) "Arthur
Piivii,,'* soulh woii enmor i„, I." plum,-,!,,,,
themnth hank of Sullivan Ilivor nl, I milos
fr Klmbaskol Use, tl nl. Iilohnlna,
Ihouco oasl Mi chnlns, thonco south III chnlni.
thonce west hi" chains t,»point,>f i imonco-
uiiinl.
n. tJoinmoncing nt a i„..*i markail "Arthur
Piiyiut'- iiurili wosl enruor |mil," plnntod uu
lho south honk nf Bullhorn Ilivor nl to milos
(rum Klmbaskol Luko.H i -outus, chnlns,
lliiiiicoonsi su chnlni, thouoe nurih sn elinlns,
llunie,, west80 ohains to point „f  imonce-
niimt.
7. ('iiinini)lu-ing ul ii post mnrkod ''Arthur
Pnyno's south im-i rumor po-i." plnuled ou
tho soulh bunk of Sulllvnu River nl 12 mile
Ir, ,t,i Kiinhnslint. Lukn Iheiiro north 111 ohains.
ihouco oust Pin ohaliiB, ll o -outh 10ohnlns,
Him we-i li^i cliiiins in point ,,f commoncomont,
Dated tho 21st day ol Mny, HM.
 ART 11 llll I'AVNU.
NOTICE
NOTICK Ib lioroby given that 80 days after date
wo Intend to apply l„ Hu- llm,. The Chlol
Collilnissiulierotl.nnil* ninl Works for li  Speeiul
Lii-eiHi-to rut ami carry away limber from lln-
following described lama In wosl li nr. Ili*.
tliei:
Cmnmoiicliig nt a pusl plnnii'il ai north-weil
corner of Timber I Italia 1101, mnrkeil "Arrow liunil
Lumber Co.'s north east corner pint," running
wesl 41) chains, llienee smith su chains, oii-l In
cliiiins, smitli -in chains, east -m chain ih sn
chaini, west in chahiB, north 10 chains to place ot
cnimnctii'i'tni-ut,,
May until, limn.
Jy?      ARROWHEAD I.I'MIH-'.II Cd. LTD
Pioaeos ovory Smoker -the " Maroa
Vuelta."
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
BETELTSOKB,  B. O.
HOTEL VICTORIA
(Under   New   Management)
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   C
Kirst-clns iicconininilntioii for travellers.
Host brands of Wines, Spirits, and
Cigars.
RATES   $1   AND   $160   PER   DAY
REE   BUS   MEETS   ALL   TRAINS
LELAND HOTEL
KAMLOOPS
R. Dowswcll, (formerly of Leland Hotel, Vancouver) Proprietor.
First Class House for Travellers and Commercial Men
Newly Built, Newly Furnished, and the most conr
fortable house in the City.
CLOSE TO RAILWAY STATION.    Large Sample Rooms
Queens /fofe/
COMAPLIX
Best brands of Wines, Liquorsand Cigars.   Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at"this
Hotel.
CHIEF  YOUNG,
Proprietot
* P.BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.
IIKABOKKICK: Calgary, Alukrta.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Packers anil Dealers in Livestock.  Murkeis in sll tlie principal Cities -ami
Towns of Alberta. Ilriti.ih Columbia ami the Yukon.   Packers of tbe Celebrated Bran*
^ "Impenitor" Uarasanil Bacon, and Sbamrodk Brand, Le.if lard. _i
Central Hotel
fl5»»   REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,  PROPRIETORS.
Newly built.    First-class in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.50 per Day, Special Weekly Rates,
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
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LOANS NOTARIES
SIBBALD & FIELD
HAVK
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITV
INSURANCE COMOX COAL
WVW'a-W->-W»VsV»V'/i<--*'^^
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.   Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET    STONE,   PROP.
CITY LIVERY STABLES
1 lacli Service to any part of the City at all
hours. 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.   TURNROSS
Prop.
I UNI HOI
Arrowhead, B. C.
Cliarmlnnly situated mi tho Bhores
,,f Arrow Lake,
(i,md Trout blihlng.
Iimih always for blw,
Sample Rooms iu connection,
First-class lumsc for Tom Istl nnd
Commercial mon,
IN. J. Lightburne, Proprietor
STAMMERERS
The Arnott Method is the
only logical method for the cure
of Stammering. It treats the
CAUSE, not merely the HABIT,
ami insures natural speech. Pamphlet, particulars and references
sent on request.   Address
The Arnott Institute,
Berlin, Ont., Oanada. 'HE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, I!. C
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WEN'S SHIRTS
Moo's   Working   Shirts,    in   llh.-l.   und
Slripn   Mil,
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■ I'lic Miuler's lloluikc loSt. Peter." I fe"-
-(!--. tin I- behind 11-.«* Satnn," 7:30 C
|,.ni, lln-  son,-s un  C'-lnist's strange g-
ivntils will  I milium d. ll"' subjectS>-
king "A Vulll.g .Mao's Peril." I g-
speuinl inviliitinn is givon to young IS-
Stlltcl-.iv   S.-l !   at 2:1111 p.iii.ljj-
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WHITE DRESS GOODS
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Our Slock Is
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Our Prices ti
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WALKOVER SHOES
riiis 1* ii
i,l lor drossy in,-a.
p,,ss,-ss o.,,,,l quality, shape, ,iiul
Ul. ARE SOLI! AGENTS,
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BORN.
Home—On June4th,to Mr. and Mrs.
R, M. Hume, a son.
Local and General.
i*. P. R, engineer
his resideuce.
Iiiploy
old
J.T. Pollock, K. Wilson; "Literature
Uiaclling," A. 15, Miller, Miss A. 15,
Krnser; "Text-books," Miss 15. Atkinson; "Junior grade examinations,"
('. II. Sissons. II. Dilliuoll will lake
up lln- subjects ,,( color work and
manual I.ruining. ,
0, ,1. Soutli was in ih,- oity this
wook in connection with the work of
the Children's Aid Society, ,-i which
he if superintendent. He favors us
with lln- annual roporl ol the society
The Great Northern  propose in
ing their shops uud divisional point which has dono -remarkably good work
from .Marcus to Grand Forks, B, 0.     j,luring tin-.year.    The  society   had,
AC. P, R. spotter asked an engineer  however,  the  misfortune to have iti
homo destroyed by lire und is iu temporary premises pending the erection
ol a new home for which minis are
tirgontly required,
The Verntni New* says: "A.Urant,
,■1 the Revelstoke Win,- uml Spirit Co,,
wns the victim of un unfortunate accident yesterday. He was charging n
svi lion, when the bottlo, subjected to
n pressure of 125 pounds, burst, and
the living pieces cut Mr. (Irani ill
several places nbout tho head and
luce.    The . principal  injury,  n cut
Ir the chin to the angle of tlio right
j iw. required several stitches to bind
the edge.- together.
ti, have n drink the other day and
then reported the engineer for drink
ing ou duty.
Yesterday afternoon's train frum
the east was cancelled and a local was
made up at Revelstoke to take on the
passengers from the smith.
A meeting is called at the Central
Hotel tonight to consider a scheme
for the establishment ol reduction and
smelting works nt Revelstoke.
On Wednesday the roof of H. Siegfried's house, on Douglas street, took
lire, but the flames were extinguished
Wore much damage was done.
Complaints aro inude of the am,unit
of drunkenness seen in the public
strtcis on Sundays oi late, und it
would he well ii some steps were taken
to lesseu it.
The Fire Brigade have appointed
two members to circulate a petition
asking the city tu install another tank
ti i„ used for storage purposes in case
ol tire during the dry Beason.
Chas. Davis, an employee ol ti,,- Big
Bend Lumber Company, had his leg
broken by part ol a tree he was felling
dropping on him. He was brought
int,, the ll-'-- '-' k> II- -i-ii.il.
In the Supreme Cent at Nets m, on
Monday, in Imperial Bank vs. Graham
a case Irom Revelstoke, A, M. Johnson
obtained an ordi I  I n   servh I the
writ ,-i summons on the defendant out
of the jurisdiction of the court.
Speaking ol the pr,, id pth -is
sanitarium Di  Fagan says     We now |jj't., |,.,;| |Mt evening,
haveabout $11,000, but with th.-we     *v     phj    n[ (iil, ,
'-<   '■      '""-.'.  '-   :'    '"' Bank   U -  pected hack  I
on n,v way to Kaiulo ps, An    t and ' ...     ,
Spences  Bridj   tol ok for   sit.      ;   '   " " ' '.' " ...
,-! bop. '   begin.    .     lugust.
On   ft'edneeda)   thi   roof 11
.1. A, Stone, II. Willcox and C. II.
Lawrence left Thursday nn u trip to
tho Big Bond, milking it it walking
lour. They intend visiting the Standard mine, the keystone, iiiiiI the
Carbonate Chief. Thoy will pick up
tho steamer Rcvelstuke mi the return
trip Tuesday,
The Vernon News suys: -'Mr. and
Mrs. I.. Dnriin of Sicamous, spent a
few days in the city lust week. The
many friends of Conductor Doran
throughout the uorthorn part of tho
Oknnngan will be pleased tu leu rn that
lie is much improved in health, and
expects to be at work again in the
near iiiture."
au,   Prayer Meet inn mi Wednesday nighl
*S£ at 8 (.'eloi'l', subject: The 2nd Psalm.
St. Ai,iiiti*w's--.liini. hub, 1000, 11
n, in.. "Cunfi-n-i, n." ".nil p. in. "Whal
Dntbil I'r..lit."
Mkthouibt — Al tlm Reception
s"^; service lait Sunday morning, eight
^fr? i nieinhers were received, making aboul
Mc 40 members thai have tiniled with
•Sivy, I the ohuroh during the past six wooks
0^'t Subject ii. in.—"Tho Secretot Paul's
-T'c'p I'uner." A. Le Fentix and 11. Tuggurt
-sjAt'. ,ill sing u duet. Subject, p, in.—"The
*?jfr> Heal News Possible." Gpworth
z$l(, League on Monday evening. Prayer
,%(? Meeting Wednesday evening.
^i. Sr. Peteh's—Trinity Sunday, Colo-
'w nml imi ul the Holy Communioii nt
0£! S n. in. At 11 a. Ill, Children's service
'•W' I with appropriate music and sermon.
sKi'Tlie Sunday school poholnrs arc to
W j bring lloral gills not Inter thun 10.45
in. At 7.IIU p. iu. tho Canadian
irder ut the Woodman of the World
attend Evensong. All services hy the
Reotor the Rev. 0. A. Proounier.
NEW FIRM.
D.  Nairn   Takes   Over
Cross Drug Store.
Red
Business Locals.
Must thorough and careful dispensing of prescriptions at Bows' drug
store.
Pleases evory smoker the " Maroa
Vuelta,"
Ico Cream that tastes good from
start to finish at Bows' drug store.
Strawberries to he had in any
quantities, daily, at O.B.Hume k Co's.
Ruhifdam Tooth Powder at Canada
Drug Store.
15. A. Bradley has moved his olliee
tn the Cowan Blook.
The celebrated osteimool* mattress
at eustcril prices at Huwson's furniture store.
Multiple Post Cards—14 views—
silling liko hot cakes at Bews' drug
storo.
Oiuiong's chocolates, Collard &
Bowser's butter scutch und Turner's
toffee, fresh in at C. II. llunie & Co's.
Social and Personal
Mr. and Mrs. Schoonmaker lell
Three Valley to-day for their home in
the east.
Mi*. Hopgood is in Irom Kami,,ops
,,n ii visit i i Mr, and Mrs, 11 -1
11 nine.
Miss llislop hi* resigned 1  |
tion us bead mistressol the II- vels
school.
I-I, A. Brown has probably the I ni ■;
lawn in the city, and ii never looked
belter than HOW.
Miss c,rley  of the Mail-Herai
stalt'lell Thursday fur ibe easl  0
well earned holiday.
A large number ass m   - icar
the Bin I at I       ' mil    ipposite   tht
The Enderby Progress suys; " I),
Nairn, who bus severed his connection
with the drug und stationery business
which bus been conducted in Enderby
under his t ie, leaves in a  lew duys
[or Ilevelstoke, where he has purchased
the Red Cross 1'luirnincy in that city
Since coming here (ruin the ('nasi two
years ugo, Mr. Nairn has made many
friends, nil of whom ure surry at llis
departure, uud wish him ull success
in his new location. The business,
since it. ciiiue under his charge has
been greatly improved and nuw holds
a high reputation among Ihe citizens
und country people, Iur Mr, Nairn
always gives business lirst attention,
und by strictly attending to tho wants | The whole of the Furniture of Messrs.
of In- customers, has worked up an E. and R. M».-urop willl» '.hero offered
excellent business  here.     While  in lor sale.
Enderby, Mr. Nairn lies always taken     The   furniture is principilly new
n lending pan in sports of nil  kinds,L„j wjH |r    |.| without :.-.-.: v„.
being   particularly   identified   with     Dun't miss this npp, ruiuiiy to fur-
curling, Imseball and   tennk     ll   i-  n;gi, yniirhmnc ohenply.
right   here  that   Endciby's  Ins-  i-     ,-*,,       ■   ncesutl   '-.-', k sharp
Hevclstoke's gnin.    The Progress de-     See Dtiil"i--< luinr
sires   to  be  allowed to y in wilh Mr,
Nairn's friends In ivisl ii g lii.n  t .--;. ,..„„,,,„ ,    ,-
s„c,      ii veistoke." rl, MANNING,      -     Auctions
AUCTION SALE
All auction sale will be held at J.
MoCullum's house at cornet* ol Third
Street and Connaught Avenue (west
of Mackentie Avenue) on
Monday, June 18th
FOR MEN
Now llio liol   weal bee is ben',  Villi "ill
lind uui- Nii.ro well slocked with every-
llllll will keep ynu woll dressed us well ns
emnfiu lahle.
For Women
Tii-duv's Express bl-iillght us a shipiiioul
ul Pretty Wash lllouscs and Dainty Muslin Underwear. We lmvo nnl seen anything nicer nor anything qulle so cheap.
Summer Shirts
From Ihe Iii-nI   milkers in Camilla, all
styles and all colors.   Prices  75c, Si
$1.25 and $1.50.
Blouses
111 Sheer Lawns und Organdies, wilh
Lace nt- Embroidery Insertions, and some
a combination of both, lung sleeves and
Collars
short slccvel. All sizes from oi to -12.
Prices from $1 lu $5.50.
Tooke's Pevfcct Filling, all shapes -2 for
25c.
Underwear
Neckwear
111 almost lively shade, and all Ihe liish-
lonithlu .shapes  from 25c. to $1.00,
Nnl Cotton Iml Ihe linest qualities of
Niiinsnuk with the protttost patterns of
Beading, Eiiihi'oidoi-tes mid Luces you
could wish In see, and selling al  pi-ices
Hosiery
Wo have lho boBt value In town,  Gallon.
Lisle, ('iishineii,,  Wnnl, etc.    Vuu will
Nave money hy buying from us,
Wash Goods
That will still ymi hulli in qunllly uml
ill-loo.  This is n " While " year and our
Nobby Shoes
If ynu wnnl sume llui-gains, enme In us.
Wo have some odd lines In biith Canadian
ami American lines thai sold al $6 and $11
lines In all the dllfei out weaves and inii-
loiiuls are splendid values. We have
Alpacas, Gropes, llnp-Kuckings, Linens
(white uiul natural) Cottons, Mercot'lsed
Brocades, etc
Ihey are all going at $3.50,    Nol every
size iii all, hul. all sizes in the lot.
Undervests
Underwear
lialhiiggaii, iii Blank or While, Natural
Wnnl, ill all Weights
Cotton, Mile, lliillirlKKiin, mul Silk. Wo lisvo nil
*i/.,,s ami iill |,i'ii-i's -from in cents up.
Gloves
Hats!  Hats!
All the Best Shapes in Stiff and Sul'l
Felts and Straws.
Kid, In all colon, nt llio boat makes, ninl nil nre
uunmntecil, Lisle, Tnlleln nnil Lnco, llliiek, wlilti-
nml t roam —all alnon.
Caps
In Silk, Satill, Serge and Tweed,  from
2,'ie, up.
The Best Goods
and Lowest Prices.
3
3
.J**     MOLENITAIT & COMPANY
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. J. .Nelson beg to ton-
tier their heartfelt thanks to those
friends whu showed their sympathy
with tlioiu ill their bcreavcincnt by
the loss ot their sun Henry, und they
nppreoiiito very much the sympathy
shown.
The Canadian Smelting Works nt
Frank nro now turning uut, spelter,
A amendment to the customs tariff
proposes to admit machinery for by-
riiulic mining free nf duty.
li. llowsun A Co.'s furniture stock
is complete in all lines. Call and
inspect. We deem it a pleasure tc
show our goods.
Basket Social
JUNE  19th
In Selkirk Hull. A good timo lor
all ami u handsome sniukiug set tor
one. it costs nothing to como and
sec.
BAND  IN  ATTENDANCE.
WAN T ED
TIlO LET -Two-roomed cottage, fur-
I    nlshed, o in in u tea walk fioin C.
P. It. shops, east.  Apply to llohsuu
& Bell, Ilevelstoke.
WANTED  An   energetic  woman,
young or middle-aged, to net ns
agent.   Liberal   commission,
at. this Olliee.
Apply
WANTED—U 1 general servant
I'ur fninily of two.     In  town,
Apply D. Nairn, Rod Cross Drug,
WANTED—Situation   in  private
family, reliable and steady girl.
No washing,   Box 405, Nelson,' II. 0,
Circus Day at Revelstoke
Wednesday, June 13th
1 100
'. BIG SWASH SALE!!
Men'.   ( .     Hats,   * ips,    Boys'   Clothing,
, Trunk*.   Va   -■ .   Ui ler rear, Shirts,  Overalls,
Sn      id worse than our big
- ite
THI BCAUrifUl-
the
. m   ii -i, I -     ' ivering Irom
OUR   BIG   SALE   STARTS   TO-DAY
This Sale is for Cash Only.
-,-„ ,.  .-.,ti.i- .-  -■ ""    '"-   *•;&■ ''■"l,,"r Bil1
*-'•   ' " '       ' i      Iln,
:.-•: yedbul | ■        '       ''"   '
bv   a',,-        I»«l - I      il -
buckets   : -     •-       I    ' '       the city W
j   \  \|,_.,  i ,* in th
...
elfpmenl
tr
ance -•-..'-    men |
Hre.   The ri       u lesl     ed
llr tl iei i    releasi     ran   elltel
thi  igl - re] csental ,|l
,,;     M      •   ,,.       ■    -,.    - '--.-■•   " l»IH IllUT
:. en :-r- ol parliamci I repreaei ting;   H. V
Q iebec an I  H intri il wai   btained,' gab
at, i thi pard n «ri ed.   Xeitherlai ti       M
Mi  M.„ pi eisoi ,11  P. for \ ino tivei    \    ciatioti to bo In  : *
i in)  -i the Britiih Columbia m
-. -- m ■-,-:-   led in thi n -it-1 fin Rev M   '■'  ■ A      "■' :;'    ''■'"'
W( aeku i   dgi receipt ol tin  ni
daily  papei  the   Nelso,   Canadia,    u.        , ■        '     '     ' ''
- ,-■   at >-.-:   ■:■ ti-- interest ol P"«e I :■-■* '■   I
the Comervative party.   The paper ,- the  Bain  n   Ai a congregn
newsy ami neatly printed, but from a  luture success
. isinesi p int oi view N,-i-,n cannol
. ipp rt tw    gi od dai y ni ivspapers,
and in face of the fact that a sei I
daily paper in Nelson has twice ended
with thesheriff, tin outlook is none
ti o bright for the new venture,
The ninth annual meeting of the
B, C. Teachers Institute will be held
at Vict iriaon June 2Ctb, 27tli and
28th. Among the papers will be tho
following:—"Culture Ann in Education" by Principal W. Bums, and
"Forestry" by James Leamy, Dominion Tin.her Agent, The following nro
down af leaders ol tho diecunsioun —
"Conditions ol high school education,"
A Sullivan; "Individual Instruction, I
Good     for   liule
■ ■-,.'     f 0 ir Big
ITU'-, SALE ONLY LASTS \ FEW DAYS.
J. G. NACDGMD.
I <XHH><>0-CK)--0-CK^
EOPLE
50 HORSES
MUSEUM
\ Double Menagerie
sal Boman
Scores of Trained Wild Beasts'
i • Only I.mly in the Entire World who throws
SOMKRSAUI.TS on thn Naked Buck of
n Swiftly Running Horse.
22 Famous Equestrians
Daring Aerialists
23 Merry Clowns
-i    nn
Le Fleur T'^K
10 Lovely Ladies or Faultless Form in Classic
Pose-, on a Greal Revolving Perii-stiil.
11 Arabian Tumblers
aele'brated. „.
tirk (10) Fi
Imriei'i Bmliit Cyclists nil Hollar SkiliTi
10 Reckless Rough Riders
li SHETLAND PONY BALLET
Positively We Are Not Knockers
Where di I you get thai Idea '.
IT'S OUR VALUES THAT KNOCK
Wanl to hear real knocking ? "OLD HIT HIM A LICK''
down the street works overtime al il advertising us.
BROWN'S   CIGAR   STORE
Tel. 9U GOOD   GOODS P O Box 44
Liiinr.i.        Tubulins.        CoillcCtloncrj Ice Crcum Siulns,
I   them   ,' The Can ids Drug
R, Htrangi   -      ill  give the citi
ipporl mil.   ii   !■<•
or their windows     He h»a
irranged   to  il irt a factory fit thn
■ i,-inin   blinds  in
which lie is in expei I  ind li u I iki
c  Samson's block on Seound streol
for the purpose
i',,ii  eai,  gel   anything In artlsti
Drawing Materials, wati i and oil col
 I pnhil   .md briishe   a' The Can
ad,i I bu;: Store,
m,, Thtindering Roman Ctiariol Races
^TV^'^E11''"1'''1 SEALS & SEA
p  Mr\ A COMPLETE JAPANESE CIRCUS
jl 9 SENSATIONAL EQUILIBRISTS^
Only Lady Japanese Artists in America
20 Astonishing Acrobats
HIGHEST JUMPING HORSES'
I^HERDStfERFORMINfl 1
^CAMELS, LLAMAS AND BOS INDICUS"
CAKE WALKING HORSES^
TRAINED IMPORTED ARABIAN STALLIONS
arvelous
Aertaltsts Supremo
7 Russian
Cossacks
SUPERB
GARLAND
ENTREE
PBEFORMA1TOES A.T 2 A3STD 8 P. M.
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