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Array f     ICE   CREAM
and Soda  Drinks
EVERY   DAY AT
Bews' Drug Store1
,   W,^'"\l
Vol. 12.-No. 81
REVELSTOKE. B. C. JUNE 2, I90IJ
Thr Best Ice Cream
'The Best Ice Cream Soda
THE I1KT SEBVII'E.
OPEN EVEHV NIGHT
WALTER BEWS, Pftm. B. • Oniggllt
and Staliuner.
$2.50 Per Year
C.B. Hume &Co.
Mail
Order
Uept,
Write
For
Samples
LIMITED.
PARTMENT STORE.
Large Consignment of Crosse
& Blackwell's Pickles Just Arrived.
HERE ARE A FEW SPECIALS
C. & B. Chow-Chow, mixed, white onions nnd walnuts, in quart
and pint bottles, for 35c. and Hoc. per bottle.
C. & B. Malt Vinegar, in quart bottles, 35c.
C. it. B. Lucca Oil, in half pint, pint and qunit bottles at 30c.
50c. and $1.00 per bottle.
C. k. B. Olives, in half pint, pint nnd quart hottleB, at 40c, 60c.
an4-'J1.15 per bottle.
C. & B. Curric l'owder, in 2 0/.., 4 oz., and 8 oz. bottles, for 20c,
30c. and 50c per bottle.
C. & B. Capers, in 4 oz. and 6 uz. bottles at 20c. and 25c. per
bottle
C. A B. Mushroom and Walnut Ketchup in 35c bottles.
C. it B. Jams nnd Jellies of all kinds, in glass jars, from 25c. to 35c
per jar.
C. it B. Marmalade in 1 lb, 4 lb. and 7 lb. tins, nt 25c, 65c. and
$1.00 each.
Seele/s Extracts
We also have a lull line ol Seelcy's Extracts, iu 2J- oz. bottles, in
the billowing flavors, at 25c per liottlc :—  .
Banana, Rose, Clove, dinger, Orange, Pineapple, Clnnamoiii
Almond, Winter Green, Pistachio, Cherry, Vanilla, Lemon, Pear,
Fruit Flavoring, Coffee, Apricot, Blnckt^erryand Raspberry,
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY-SECOND FLOOR.
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office  Toronto, Ontario.
Brandies in ths Frorincss of Manitoba. Alberts., Saskatcliewnu,
liritish Columbia, Ontario, CJuohec.
Oapltal Subscribed ...       S4,ooo,ooo.oo
Capital Paid Up ....   (3,900,000.00
Reserve Fund ....       »3,9oo,ooo.oo
D. It. Wilkib, President; Hon. R. Jakfiuy, Vice-President,
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings Department—Deposits received and Interest allowed
at highest current rate from date of opening account, and compounded half-yearly.
Drafts sold available in nil parts of Canada, United .States and
Europe,  Special attention given to Oolleotlons,
Revelstoke Branoh, B. C.--A. E. Phipps, Manager.
AWNINGS
Now that bright spring days arc coining in, to be followed by the beat
of summer you want to Keen your stores and houses cool and comfortable,
The Beet Way to do this is to secure awnings for your windows, and
order them from
L.  A. FRETZ,
First Street.
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Our prices on Electric Goods are Electrocuted.
We elect our Customers to prove it.
SPECIAL for SATURDAY NIGHT
50c, 75c. and $1.00 Electric Shades, all
going for 25 cents each.
!*SEE   OUR   WINDOW   FOR   SATURDAY.
o LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
j **        Dealers in Hardware, Moves and Tinware, Minors', Linn-
" bermen'l and Hawmill Supplies,  Eto, Plumbing, Tinsiiiitbiiig.
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THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Shocking Story from Labrador
— Anarchist Plot Against
Roosevelt. -Awful Result of
Mtne Strike in Texas.
I 111' Tlil.lXIRAPIl]
St. Johns. N. F., June 2.—Five
persons have been killed and eaten by
dogs iu Labrador.
Portland, Oregcn, June 2—Tin
arrest of a Russian hero has resulted
in the police learning ol Ihe existence
of a plot to assassinate President
Roosevelt. A body ol Nihilists here
were about 10 send agents to Washington to kill lho President.
Los Anoei.ES, June 2.—In a riot
following a strike at the Green Consolidated Mines nt Cnnaiiea, Texas,
ten policemen have been killed and 30
strikers. The town is on lire and
strikers arc blowing up houses ol
Americans with dynamite. Manager
McDonald, and his brother, of the
lumber department ol the mines, were
also killed. Troops are on their wny
to the scene.
Ottawa, June 2.—The Governor-
General attended tho Senate yesterday and assented to a number ol bills
including one granting $100,0(111 to
Frisco. Tbe money will be sent
direct,
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THE HOLD-UP CASE
The Jury Disagree and a New
Trial Begins.
After an absence of nearly seven
huurs the jury in the train robbery
case at s quarter to one Thursday
morning intormed Mr. Justice Irving
it could not ngree on a verdict and
the jury was discharged. A new trial
was ordered to commence at ten
o'clock that morning.
The jury came into court nt ten to
ask some questions and again retired.
About an hour later the jury again
tiled in anil lurther questions asked.
The crowd waited iill shortly before
1 a. m.
His lordBbip who had been intormed
of the disagreement addressed the
jury, "I understand, geutlenien, you
cannot agree on a verdict?"
"No, my lord," replied the foreman.
"Are there any further questions
you would like to ask, any information
on points that would help you?'*
"The disagreement is on all points,"
remarked a juror.
"Is there no possibility of your
arriving at nn agreement," asked the
judge.
"No, your lordship."
"It's an awful thing to ha\e to go
through nil this again," remarked llis
lordBbip.
■'It is, my lord," acquiesced Deputy
Attorney-General McLean feelingly.
"ThoiO is nolliing for it," snid Judge
living. "The jury is discharged. The
poisoners nre remanded. At whnt
time tomorrow morning," asked the
judge ol counsel, "10 o'clock?"
That time was lived for the whole
ense to he commenced afresh. Everybody was thoroughly disgusted. It is
understood the jury stood eleven to
one in favor ol a veidict of guilty, one
mnn (the foreman) alone holding out.
The prisoners were quite jovial,
chatting and joking with the guards.
"I want to go to my little bed," said
Kdwards, and Dunn complained they
were lieing worked overtime.
On the court  resuming  Mr. Maclntyre moved (or a change of venue to
Clinton 01 Revelstoke,
Mr. McLean objected.
Tho court said (lie case for a change.
ol venue was not umde out.
Tbe trial then went on.
An olllcer from Oregon is awaiting
tbe result ol the trial, nn, iu tho event
ul ilu-discharge by the jury of Kdwards, alias Hill Miner, he bus a warrant lor his arrest and proposes taking
him over the border on a  charge of
holding up a train on thc  Oregon
Short Lino,
furniture account, and an equal
amount ndded to profit and loss ite-
co'int. Thc premium, amounting to
$037,741.50, received on new capital
stuck, the issue ol which was authorised on June IS, 11102, aud which was
allotted to shareholders on Juno 30,
11)1)5, has been transferred in bulk ti
rest account, which now amounts to
$3,1)27,741 50, nnd will be fimhor in-
creased to $4,0110,000 when tbe'lintiinco
dne. upon the subicribed shares bus
been paid in.
The directorate of the bank has
been enlai-gnl to eleven, an-l one,if
ihe new directors i-- Mr. Win. -i-'hylo,
of Winnip'g. No person in the whole
of the Canadian west could nutter
advise the bank with regard to its
wo-tern business; nnd bis presence on
iln- board is one moro indication of
the rising appreciation of the west, ns
n field for business, in the council
rooms of thc great eastern financial
institutions. The directors' report
also draws attention to the fact that
the bank is erecting new buildilgs in
Winnipeg nnd Edmonton to replace
structures that have been found insufficient for the growing demands.
Oawthra Mulock, Esq, Toronto;
Wm. Whyte, Winnipeg; and Hon.
Richard Turner, Quebec; were added
to the Jirectorate. The shareholders
also ratified a by-law making a $10,000
addition to General Manager Wilkie's
salary."
SAD FATALITY.
SENTENCED
FOR LIFETIME
After a Half an Hour's Consideration of the New Jury
a Verdict of Guilty Was
Returned.
[HY  Tl.l.COIi.ll-ll |.
I\ASU,00l'B, June -.—After a two
day's In-ari, g an-l n retirement of hall
•ui hour, the now jury returned a verdict of guilty,
Edwards, alias Miner, nud Dunn
were each sentenced for life and Colquhoun was sentenced   tn   2» years,
The prisoners were tnken to the
New Westminster penitentiary last
night.
Owing to a report that tbe train
conveying the robbers might he held
up aud their rescue attempted, extra
precautions were taken.
THE IMPERIAL BANK.
The financial editor ol thc Montreal
Star nays:—"The Imperial Hank, at
its annual meeting held last Wednesday, decided to increase its capital
stock from $4,000,000 to $5,000,00(1.
This is the second increase of this
nature within the past four years; on
the former occasion the incrcaBO waB
Irom $2,500,00(1 to $4,000,000 and this
has nuw been raised to just twice the
figure the capital stock stood at tour
years ago. Nothing could more strikingly illustrate thc development ol the
country which the bank serves, and
the alertness which the bank displays
in matching its capacity to its opportunities.
The annual report, submitted to the
shareholders wns highly satisfactory.
The net profits lor the year amounted
10*1585,786.80, Outol this dividends,
nl lln-rate ol ID per cent, were paid
to the amount ol $33i'i,-|nli. Ill the
balance, one hundred thousand bus
beeu ndded to tbe bank premises nnd
While climbing a tree last evening
with two other boys, Henry Nelson,
eldest son of Mr, and Mrs. J. Nelson,
aged 10 years, fell to tbe ground, striking a stone which crashed in the skull
causing instantaneous death. Deceased was a pupil in Miss Mansoil,s
class at the school. Much sympathy
is felt with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson in
their bereavement,
THE ROYAL'
MARRIAGE
Followed by a Bomb Outrage-
—The Royal Party Escape
Uninjured — An Englishman
Arrested As An Accomplice.
IIY TELEGRAPH
Madrid, Spain, June 2.—King
Alfonso and Princess Enn were mar-
ried hero on Thursday last, After tbe
ceremony, rb they drove through the
stoets, Manuel .Morales, a swell anarchist, ihrew a bomb nml is still at
large, but an Englishman named
Robert Hamilton, who. it is claimed,
was his companion at tlie time the
bomb wns thrown at tho king's
carriage, is under arrest.
A Ifouso was not wounded though n
portion of the bomb struck him on
the breast.
Twenty-four people were killed und
eighty   wounded.    The liritish Embassy  hns  intervened  on   behalf of
Hamilton,   His 11 ense ol mistaken contest
identity. I. Games may
CAMBORNE MINING COMPANY
Judge Curtis here to  Start
Operations.
The people ol Revelstoke had today
an opportunity ot welcoming Judge
Curtis, ol Calumet, Mich,, who has
returned to start work on the proper
ty nt Camborne, formerly operated hy
tlie Northwestern. When here before
the Judge became a grout favorite, and
the mining and business men nre glad
to see him buck ngain.
With him came Mr. Leigh, who bus
hud extensive mining experience in
Alaska, Africa und the States, Mr.
Leigh will have charge of development work and everybody hopes to
see tho Camborne Mining Company
strike it rich, lor they have a good
prospect to start with,
THE SCHOOLS
Attendance for May.
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 Fresh.
BOURNE  BROS.     Mackenzie Avenue
I
W         9*
O,
High School               29   89.26
11
Public School—Div.l    25   92.311
11
"      "   —  " 11   28   9155
tl
"      "    -  « III 36   84.08
III
"      "     - " IV 41 "89.63
17
"      "    - "  V   44   85.69
18
"     "     - " VI 46  83.89
12
"      "    - " VII40   89.37
14
"      "     -  "VIII52   85.48
14
Totals
341  87.42 125
We have left a few 5-Acre Villa Lots, suitable for Fruit
Culture and Market Gardening, which may be purchased on small
monthly, quarterly or semi-annual payments.
This land is situated within five minutes' easy walking of the
New 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
Agents, Revelstoke Insurance Agency, Ltd.
LTD.
E. J.  BOURNE,
Boots & Shoes. Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
BOWLING NOTES.
The Young Men's Christian Association are offering a prize for the
member making the highest average
score for livo guiniis iu the coining
month.   Following  rules will govern
he
CHURCHES.
rolled  in  sue-
periods during
eesion, or at different
the month.
2. Gnines must be umpired by an
official, whom we will designate,
3. Umpires must be notified previous lo the player rolling lirst ball, if
player wishes his score to  count in
Knox—J. II. Robertson, II. D,, Minister, Usual service, 11 a. nt. and 7:30
p.m. Sabbath school at 2:30 p. in.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday night contest.
nt 8 o'clock. Subject Sunday morn-l 4.-Scores mado in praotioe games
ing : " Love, Triumphant In Faith,", will not count.
At the evening service the. Pastor will | ->■ (i'imes may bo rolled at uny tune
take third subject in tlie series of M day between the hours ol 10 a.m.
Christ's Hard Sayings, vim " The and 10:80 p.m,
Unpardonable Sin," A cordial wel- 6. Contest opons Monday, Juno 4th,
come given to nil. and closes Saturday, Juno 30th
Methodist—Services conducted by
than    theso    American
the pastor, Rev. C. II. M. Sutherland.
Subject, 11 n. in., " The Hands of
Jobiis.". There will be a reception ol
members and thc Sacrament of the
Lord's Supper nt the morning service,
7:31) p. 111., Subject: " The Songs ol
Heaven." Anthenr: "Thy God
lleignelb," choir. Solo by Mrs. Hews
Epworth League monthly consecni-
tion meeting 011 Monday at 8 p. m,
Address by Mr. John Gale.
St. Andrew's.—Sundny, June 3rd,
19011, 11 a. m., " The Substance and
Evidence of Faith.'' 7:30 p. m., the
subject will be, " What Doth it Profit,"
Arrowhead—Rev. O. A. Proounier
will conduct service at Church of
England Ori Sunday morning.
St. Peters—Tomorrow, Whit Sun-
dny, services at 8,11 aud 7:30 p. in.
Rev, Mr, Johnson, ol Arrowhead, will
conduct morning Bcrvice.
GRIP AND PASSWORD.
K. O. E.
Tho third session ol lho Provincial
Aorio ol the fraternal Order of Eagles
will open at Rovelstoko on Tuesday,
Juno 5th, and a largo gathering is
expected ol delegates from all pnrlB of
tlie Province. Thc local Aerie uro
doing nil in thoir power to extend 11
ipilable reception to the visitors,
Pieaees ovory
Vuelta."
Smoker the " Maroa
7. Other
rules govern.
The bowling contest between the
Dent House Club of Messrs, Sissons,
Calhoun, Dent, Pollock und Rose, and
the 0. 11. Hume Co. Club ul Messrs,
M. Hume, J, Hume, II,,in,-II. Latham
uud Sqiirebriggs, was rolled off last
night at thq Ry. Y. M.C. A. Result!
First g.iino won by Dents, HIS to 713
Second gaino, by Humes, 771 lo 7511
Third game won hy Dents, 8S3 to IlliS
Charles Latham ninde the  highest
individual Booro ol 230 und Charles
Dent with 194.
The Dents nre looking lor morn
world's to conquer,
TENNIS TOURNAMENT.
The lirst tournament ol the Tennis
Club will begin next week at tbe hospital grounds. The events will he
open to all and will consist of Men's
Handicap, Ladies' Handicap and
Mixed Doubles. Niiines must be banded in to H. R. Atkins, tournament
secretary; C, U, Sissons, club secretary;
or 0. tt. Mncdunald not later thun II
p.m. Tuesday, June 5.
Entries must lie accompanied hy
entrance foes, which ure $1 lor gentlemen and 50c. tor ladies, the buiiio fee
admitting to hulli events.
Prizes will be provided b" the club.
Tho entry list promises to lie large
nud a keen competition is assured,
The handicaps will be arranged and
tho draw made Tuesday evening, nnd
the result will appear In Wednesday's
paper.
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorpnnitecl by Aot (if Parliament, hVi.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. MOLSON MAOPHKR8ON, Pies. 8. H. EWINO, Vice-Pres.
James Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything in way of banking business transacted without un-
necessary delay.
Interest credited twice a year at current rates on Savings Bank
deposits.
\V. H. PRATT, Manager,        -       Revei-stoke, B. C.
*^W-<.N*'**'V***VV*'-*»---a^^
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS
For nil kinds of up-to-date and reliable furniture
and house furnishings goto
R. Howson & Co., Furnishers
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BEWARE OF THE BAIT I!
A Bait offered by a Clothier to attract you to his
Store is simply a wedge to force himself into your
confidence, Beware of thc House that advertises
" The liest Clothing in the World, made hy angels at
the cost of liutton Holes."
Such advertising is simply ridiculous.
If you want good, reliable Clothing, at as low a
price as good clothes can be sold, come this way.
We'll give you true values and an iron clad
guarantee with every garment we sell.
No baits or fake schemes are ever tolerated here.
We Sell To-Day So as to Sell To-Morrow
J. G. NACDONALD; THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B.C.
fltattoeralb.   MONUifliiNTS
ane
I'I BU8BED WKDNESDAY ANIi SATUlt
DAY AT
REVELSTOKE, B.C.,
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Im-luilng postage io Knglnnd, United States
and ('.in.ul.i.
BTtherearltliniughiioitofllci I
Hilt     -
Quarter "
1.60
. l.im
ADVERTISING  RATES.
Legal notices 10 cents per line llr-i Insertion,
Scsnlsperllne each sutisi-micnt Inurlloii.
Measnrement! Nonpai Icl 112 Hues make one
ind.).   Store  nnd   geiicml business iur
nouii-eiiieiii- $2.50 rn  in ill per  in.
Prelemd posiUons. - p, i cent, nil-
dili, -,il. Inrili*. MarriaKM nnd Dcnllis,
SOe each Insertion. All advcrlisouien -
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li.. -..-, each additional li",- I" rant*
, | .: nis ,ii standing advertisenicntji must
i- ,: -. g „. in. luesdaj nnd riidny i»
etch wi-t-k to swiirc good dlsplny.
J ill PIUSTINQ promptly exXuted'ui reason-
able rat.-*.
i'KKll- , Mh. Substriptioii- payable In ad!
vance.
ui.l:KM'iiNHKNl.'K iiivil-1   „ii ni.ito-i-s ol
nubile iiiicri-t.  Coromnnlcn'-loni lo ran-
tor musl be accompanied  by  na  o
writer, not necessarily Ior publication, mu
isevldencoolgood lalth, Con-csponaonce
should be briiT.
D
U.   MOUlilS.ilN.
DENTIST,
Ul Kiel: I
THK Nl:W LAWKEN'CK IIIaOCK,
McKcmdc Avenue.
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\RVF.Y, McOAETER
ANDPINKHAM,
barristers, solicitors, etc.
OmcBS: I.mi-euiai. Hank Hlock, Hbvbi.--
stokk, B. C,
Monty to loan. ,,     ,    ,   n ,.
OlHees: Ilevelstoke. B. C.( Fort Steele, B. C.
Geo. S. McCirtku.
A. M. I'1-.kii.iu. J. A. ilAiim,
Reyelrtoke, II. C,        ft on Steele, 11, u.
J, M. Scott l.L.ll. W. I. llriKK--
nCOTT  AND  BRIGGS
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Monet* to Loan
solicitors fur molsonb bank
Rev,-!-!,,ke. Il.C
First Street.
■pOBERT SMITH
Provincial Lund Surveyor,
Mine Suiveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 106, Revelstoke,
E
DWARD A. HAGGEN,
Mining Engineer,
(Mem. American Institute Mining. Kngiti'-er-)
Canadian Mining lii-iimu-.l
Rkvklstuke, B.C.
Ezainlnation ol and reports on Mineral I'T
perties a Specialty.
Agent tor Canadian Metal Company,   buyors
ot zinc and silver-leail ores.
Zlno and silver-lead mines purchns    oropor
aie,l under lease and liotal
Financial Assi-uuice given owners nnd  proa
pectoj&lo operate and develop
approve,l properties,
Cbe flbaiUlfocvalfc.
" 1 would . . . earnestly advise them lor
(heir good lo order this paper to lie puiiotunlly
'crved up. and to be looked upon as a part ol
the tea equipage."—Addison.
SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1906
Anglers in East Kootenay are urgent that the Dominion Government
should stock the Upper Columbia
river and lakes with bass. The river
and lake abound with useless lish as
squaw-fish and suckers, which it is
claimed the bass would clean out, and
which would atlurd excellent feed for
them. As to the danger of the bass
cleaning out the trout the local sportsmen claim trout are now so scarce on
the river and lakes that their obliteration would be no Iobs, and the introduction of bass would afford sure fishing and plenty ,-f sport.
The Djminion Government wants
to get niter the soda biscuit combine
existing at the coast and we hope the
authorities will show them up as well
as they exposed the plumbers com-
bine at Toronto. One effect ol the
tricks of the I- a-t - da biscuit combine is that ihipmcnts ol tbeii . I-
are delivered at Nakusp at ball a ■ • nl
per Ib, less then at K-■•■ Istuki I .-
city is not going to stand mi)
ev.inil.i-, and enough > lenci is l
hand to prove tin . xistence and opi i .-
tion ol the combine An inm ■ li iti
prosecution by the Government
bur-t up ti,- utrage and do a Iol
good.      	
THE MINES-
J, I). Sibbald returned Thursday
from the Bend, bringing n nice i uncb
of gold taken from the property ho i;
operating nn l-ehall of the Revelstoke
and MoCullough Creek Hydraulic Co,
He informs ns the giant i.- running
night uml day snd thegrunud is loi I
ing well, in l*ct better than he evi i
saw it. Four men are at work on the
ground, due hundred feet ol ni w
flume has been laid and the pipe lino
changed.
Mr. Sharp, M. E,, representing I'.
Burns and Co , Limited, spent tl u
days last week examining the gi (1
strike reported to have been mado by
N. McF.uchern on the west side of the
Columbia river opposite Green Slide.
.Mr. Sharp stated the property wus as
represented and he was well pleas d
witlisiM*provided his assays turned
out right. He thoroughly -amp od
the ore-body und it depends on lho
results whether the Burns Company
will take up aud develop the projieny.
Erected to  Memory   of  Sir
James and Douglas Hector. \
The monuments which the scientists
and railway men of Canada and tin
United Stairs decided some limo ngo
to erect to the memory ol Sir Jniiiee
Hector and his son, tl New Zealand,
have now been put in place. Tbo
former is a memonto to tbo grout
services which that geiitli'iniin rendered as M-ii nlisl of ilu- I'alliscr Expedition, which discovered the Kicking
Horse l'ass. Tho Kicking Horse river
was named nltor an incident ol tin
trip, when Sir James was laid ,,nl by .,
kick Irom bis horso and given up for
(load. His Indian guides were actually
p.i paring the grave for bis intoriuoiil
when bo camo round just ii linn lo
avert being buried alive Ml. Hector,
une ol the liighest peaks of llie Rockies,
is iil.o named itfter the votoran oxplor
er,   Until recent years Sir James was
ill charge,,!' Ihe (ioiiliigil-.il   Slltu-y   ul
New Zealand, nnd represented that
Colony nt several internalional oxhi-
biti ns in connection with which he
wus awarded high honors. The monument to his achievements lms just
been creeled ut Lnggiui, under tho
shadow otMi. Hector.
When Sir James visited Canada
thne years ago it was lo see tlie
changes that progress bud developed
.-inee the dnys when he crossed the
Rocky Mountains, when tin-re wns not
a white inini in tlie country save the
Hudson Buy traders, and when no
white man's homo gave even a hint of
the civilisation that was to foil av the
work of the expedition.
Sir James, was amazed to see, on
his recent, visit, the wonderful changes
that hnd occurred in the years that
I had passed, lle found n great national railway following through the puss
he discovered connecting the Atlantic
and l'nciiic coasts. He saw the great.
city ol Vancouver built up al lho
western portal, lie fouiul tlie cities
of Kamloops, Ilevelstoke nnd Calgary
had revolutionised the  Inndscii] I
the Thomson, Columbia nnd liuw
Ilivor Valleys He [mind at Glacier,
Field, Laggan and Banff Iho mosl
comfortable hotels ou !'"' continent,
patronised by thousands nl tourists
yearly nnd wondered at Ihe changes
time hnd wrought.
But his trip was accompanied hy a
snd event, the doath ot his sou Douglas,
which look place nt Revelstoke hospital. The reniiiins were interred in
the Rovelstoko cemetery, and the
friends ol scientist felt the occlusion
was one when thoy should tender Sir
James some tokon, not only ul their
appreciation of Ihe work bo hnd done,
but ol their sympathy with him in Ins
sad bereavement. So while a monument in llie honor was being erected
alongside the railway on the scene of
the labors o( lite earlier years it was
felt that the token of human sympathy
which bereavement brings to all the
human family should bo included,
and that ii should tako tbo form of u
monument to the memory of tho son.
So, hewn out of granite, chiselled,
polished and inscribed at the C. I'. R.
:|unrries, was shaped ll monument
which shall endure as lung us the
mountains. The laying of the monument has just been completed, It is
a beautiful yet mnssive piece ol work.
The stone selected is the big-grained
granite of the Cascade Ranga, polished
nd hewn to the size and sbi],e ,-i l1 o
„rave, on which it is laid horizontally,
set on a basement of the liner grained
granite, of which the C. P, R corner
stones are cut.
On the east end of the monument
is graven tlie following inscription:—
" Douglas Hector,of Wollii gton.N / .
Hied August 15th, 1903, Aged 26
Years."
The credit for the successful carrying out of the project ol erecti  ■ : < -
monuments is due to A, O  Wheeler,
secretary oi the committee, and ,*!| :
Kilpatrick, the treasurer.
FOR SALE
A Singing Canary nml new Hm
CilgC, price ifi"), wollii IS     Apply lil
BROWN'S CIGAR STOKE.!
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
lleel lle.,,1-, Allllllllls,  IIM.S,  l-'llll,   Iill'.,
Ml,l'.\ Tl.ll.
Al.llll.il   Hum Mmilllnl.
i f. II. Ilnssi,
Stniliu;   lil'I'iisllT, I', o.
It.iel.lel.e    11. ('.
VEGETABLES
Will sell Carrots nt if I ; Parsnips nt
if I."in-, Turnips ill 75o., free on cars at
Revelstoke.
L. E, Griffiths, Maldkwa, B. C.
Coriey's
Delivery
Is always ready lor express and In
all kinds to a
the city and io all trains
age oi
dirts of
T. EL. COELET
STAMMERERS
The Arnott Method is the
only logical method for the cure
of Stammering, li treats tlie
CAUSE, not merely tho HABIT,
ninl insures natural speech. Pamphlet, particulars nnd references
sent mi request,   Address
The Arnott Institute,
Berlin, Ont,, Canada.
M.  J.  HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouses & Seed Houses
VANCOUVER, B. C.
IIKA.11QIM11T1.US Hill PACIFIC COAST
GROWN GARDEN, I-'IKI.U AND I'LOWKH
sKKIis. Nuw crop nuw in *liii-k ami nu tnsi
ia uiu- greenhouses. A-k yuur lucrchaiil fnr
ilii-iii in sealed pacltngos. Ii he does nut handle
llioin wo will mull 91 nswiital. •','■ pnckols of
voKclnbleand llower Hoods, lourowi suleettoiil
suitable I'm-II  ('. eiirileiisi I'm- Sl.ni.  Sjioelal
pi-iec* nil your bulk st',',1:,
ll. ('. GROWN FRUIT ANII OtlNA-
MENTAL TREES now rand; for spring
shipment.
I'.xtra nit-.- stock ,,(t wn nnd I lu ;car Appl
Trees at SS'.'iii per Iim, Sisii.iu per I.ihii   "
nurd Plums, si.nn each; Italian I'l-um
yenr, Hue, .125.00 por 100; Sugnr I'l-um
yenr, Hue, JM.00 (.or lm.
Full llil of other stock al replnr price
oxponao, Ins* nr delay nf flllillgnlll
Inspection.
Apple
1 May-
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, two-
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prlco yniti-
l,i-l ii
imlnr.
Qicenliouso I'laiiU, Hor
Frail Pnckagos, Fortlllzori
I'ATAI.IUll i-:
It-fill
placing your
BooSuppllos,
M.  J.  HENRY
, WESTMlNSTIilt ItOAIi. VANCOUVER, II.
Cold Range Ledge, K. of P.,
Ko. 26, Revelstolio, B. C.
MlfKTS KVKKY WKDNKSUAY
in 0,1,11,-ll.ms* Hull ill s
o'clock vi-itmn KuinhlS arc
cordially invited.
Ii, w. B, PAGET, c.c.
ll. II. UBOCK, K, uf II. i S.
H, A. HROWN, M. ot F,
lite, regular meet-
In :- arc held in the
Kootoipiv Liitl,','!- No. 15 A F.&A.01
Yfcsm^~'
KmMljSi
li .' ' •\ffsr\l£n'» I' - ll'ii-d Mondnyiti
I .' ■ — '■'&'' l&V'i '"■ 'li moiitli ui -'
3 It r-^l&MRmI'-1"- Vlsllliigbrotli.
O, A. I'llOrl'NIKU. SBOIIKTAHY,
SELKIRK LODGE, NO IU, I. O. 0. F.
Moots ovoryThursdn'
evening InOdilFellows
.Hall III 8 o'clouk
nVisiling brethren cor
iliully invitiid to in
tend
. MAI'liiiN.ll.li, N.G.        J. MATHIK, Sue
Richard R. Copeland
JOBBING CARPENTER
AND CABINETMAKEK
Mantles, Shelving, Storm Doors, etc
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Third Street East, Revelsloke
121c
REOPENED!
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
\ FIRST STREET.
Orders for Heel and Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and small goods
will receive prompt attention.
Something Pure
If you are looking for Pure
Honey we have just opened up
a consignment of   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE  COMB
in 1 lb. boxes, or in 5 lb. cans
"Giiiii'iinteed Pure."
CANNED   GOODS
Our Canned Goods arc second
to none, nud more than that
we "tliinruiitce every Can."
HOBSON & BELL,
CROCERS, BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.
WAK CHUNG'S
Ice Cream Parlors
Ice Cream  Supplied at  $1.50
per Gallon.
corporation"!)? the Front Street,Revelstoke
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
REVELSTOKE   BUILDING  CO.
K-iiimtti'- |{1 vcu "ii iill kinds of wnrk-
(' irpoutorl   ■■--...
Anyone  *.* ■ Hmbfl     built,  limi'i   dp
to  [ive yimr work i<> u- I, - petmil
I'wiiii Men i  ■ or thirl
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H. LOUGHEAD.
Trueman's Studio
I [it'll lllllll"?!' lll'W    ilthl   I
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MR   HEMUS
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THE OLD STAND
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MAC KE.N7.IK   IVENI I
NOTICE
VTOTICE Is hereby given thai in case
.\ either of the City Fire Brigndi -
is called I" n Hi ■ .-■-.. - pr, p
cily outside the City Limits, lie-
ownersof such properly will lie railed
upon i" pay the I u .. he Brigade
for such iti ■
llv ui 1 -i      he '   uncil,
II. FLOYD,
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M.,y lath, r.-'i.
NOTICE
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ASK YOUR  DEALER   FOR
"KURTZ'S PIONEERS"
-KURTZ'S OWN"
-SPANISH BLOSSOMS"
UNION    MADE   CIGARS
MaNur-aeruncD nv
Kurtz's Pioneer Cigar Factorj
148, Cordova St., W,
ER, -   -   B, C,
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Oash Prices Paiu
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium.
Under ihe new maiingemi'iit nf
11A tilt Y   iMclNTiisil,   lliill'innn   House
Rosslunil.
rpHE MEDICAL WATERS of Hnl-
X cyon are the most curative in the
world. A perfect, natural remedy for
all Netvous und Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney und Stomach ailments
nnd Metallic PnisouhiB. A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates on all limits und trams. Two
mails airive and depnit every day.
Telegra h communication with all
marls of the world.
TBBMS-$1!. to $18 per week,   For
further pai'liculars apply to
HARRY MclNTOSH
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arroto Lake. 3. C
fll
Mrs. H. J. Ha.ibury Managress,
First-Class Table.|
Private Dining Boxes.
I.ariio Diningroom for
Banquets, Suitiiors, otc.
Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIRST STREET, BEVELSTOKE
WOOD YARD
1 have Blurted a permanent Wood
Yard on Third street. Willi my past
experience I hope to he in a position
to satisfy nil requirements of customers. Dry cordwood kept in stock nnd
supplied in uny lengths at reduced
prices for cash.
R. SAMSON,
The Money Saying
Work Saving Soap
That's Royal Crown kind-
made in Vane, -, i- i H ,--
Soap Factory wo ' ol Winnipeg, House cleaning and
washing aro easy -- ith itsholp
And the monoy wvin - ij tin-
Premium System
Booklet tells what wc give for
Roval Crown Wrappi rs, Send
for   it— Fn-i—Also  try   the
Soap
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver. B. C.
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NOTICE.
VTOT1CK is horoby given Hint, 60 days nftor
1> dato, wn Intond to apply to tbo (thief Com.
tnissionor nf Lands and Works for permission
to | hi re h uso llio following described hinds
bI tun tod In Wost Kootenny district, wost side
nf Upper Arrow Lnko:—
Cninmoncliig al n posl markeil "M, C. Slyo's
nnrtli east cornor," abouta inlion nontli of FoBt-
hull Crook, at tlio soutli oast comer of A. K.
ijammond'aiipplicfttloii in purchase, tlience west
IZOclmlns, thenco sniitli 40 clmins, tlionco east tin
cliiiins, llmiu'u south 411  clmiiis, tlience fust 40
chains, thenco north Hn clmins to point nf com-
moncoinont, containing 040 acres.
Dated thia E2ml day of May, 1000.
M. t:. 8LYB.
Per Ittiljili Slye, Agent.
Conunonclng tit a post marked "A. K, Hani-
moiiil's noiili weat comer,'' at tlm smitli east corner nf Loi 4670 and ahonl IU miles south of Fost,
bull Creek, thouce smitli tun chains, tlience east
Ki clmins, llienco uni'lli IG0 clmins, tlience west 411
cliiiins to point of commencement, containing 040
acres nn in1 in-less.
Dated this Slat day of May.iOOO.
A. V„ HAMMOND,
Per Kal|ili slye, Agent,
Commencing at a p**st market! '*F. A. Slye'a
north ooat cornor," about 10 clmins west nf the
smith west corner of im 4570 and atthe north
west ciirner of Q. J. Uaininond'a application to
purchase, and about Ik mliea soutli nf Fnstliall
Creek, tbenee west 40  clmins,  tlience soutli 40
chains, thenco west 80 chains, tlienco soutli 40
chains, tbenee east 120 chains, tbenee nnrlh 80
chains in point nf commencement, containing
04U acres.
Dated this 2lat day of May, num.
F. A. SLYK.
Per Ralph Slye, Agent.
Commencing at a post marked "(J, J, Hammond's north east corner," at the soutli east cor-
nernf Lot 4570, and almnt l\ miles south of Fastball Creek, tbenee west 40 chains, tlienco south
lf}0 chains, thence east 40 chains, thence nortli ion
chains to point of commencement, containing 04ii
acres.
Dated this Slstday of May, iftw.
a. J. HAMMOND,
Per Ralph Slye, Agent.
Commencing at a post marked "M. C. Dicker-
ami's north woat comer," on the shore of Arrow
Lake, about 8 miles aouth of Fosthall Creek and
itliuiit 'in chains north of the smitli east corner of
A. K. Hammond's application to pureba.se, thence
smith 120 chains, thenco east 80 chains mnre or
less in the shore of Arrow Lake, thenco following
aaidshnro in a general northerly and westerly
direction 100 chains more or less to point of com-
monceniont, containing!010 acres more or less.
Dated this 22nd day of May, toou.
M. C. D1CKKKSON,
Per Ralph Slye, Agent.
Commencing at a post marked "L. M.Johu*
itmie'a south oast comer," iilnnit 'A miles smith of
['ostliall Crook aim aholil 1J4 miles west from the
like, at Ibe smith west corner of O.J. llainninnd's
aniilicatlnn to purchase, thonco north 80 chains,
tht-iicc west 100 cliatna, thence smith 40 chains,
tbenee eMl 40 chains, llienee smith 40 chains,
iin-in-e unstou clmins to puint of commencement,
fiintftlnlnn iHOacrea.
Dated llila 22nd day •ofMay, 1006,
L, M..IOI1NSTONI-;.
Per Ralph Slye, Agent.
Ciiminoiu'Ing al a post mnrkeil ",].!,. Ilirsch's
mntli ivosl ciirner," at the south enst corner of
hi.i 1570. and ubout \\ miles south of Foathall
i i.-i-k    idem irlll 80 chains, theuce east 40
L-liulns, tlience south 8U chains, thence west 40
i-iiiim- u> pnlnl uf commencement, containing wio
,,i,-  morenrless.
I I this llatdayof May, 1000.
,i. i,. ititwcii,
Per HalphHlye, Agent.
Cnnimonelua al n po»l  markod "K. A. Slye'a
mer," al ilu--.'nith west corner of
 ■-, inlles soutli of Fnstliall
 th in chains, theuce west m
mntli 10 chalna, thence west (III
imilli m i-hnins, thonco oast 80
in,Mli 40 clmins, Ihence eastflO
'if emninoncomonti containing 04i)
PLACE VOUR ORDERS WITH '■
S. McMAHON, - FIRST STREET
Fur Agricultural Imiilomonts. (Jarrlngea, Wagons, Klc, John
Deere Ploughs, Uoline Wagons, Caunda Carriago Compauy's
Ituguios, IMimot jr., Garden Snoders nnd Cultivators, Wheel-
wrlght and Blacksmith WofV utlonded tn HorBo Shoeing-a
f Bpooiulty,
Imperial Bank of Canada
The Thirly-lli-st Annual General Meeliug of the Imperial Hank of Canada
wa.s In-Ill in piiisiiiiiiee ,if the terms of the Charter atthe Hanking House of
tho Institution, M May, HKKI.
The not prollts of the year, niter making full provision for all bad and
doubtful debts, I'm- interest ou unmatured hills under discount, for the usual
eoni i-iliiitions to tho Pension nnd Guarantee Funds and providing for Provincial and other taxation, amount to $.">:'.-i,7nii.3i, which has been applied as
follows:
In)   Dividends at the rnto of 10 per cent, per annum have been paid
amounting to $835,400 23
(h|  Bank Promises and Furniture account bus been credited with,. 1IK),IK)I) 110
(e)  Prollt and loss account has been Increased by  100,870 91
The premium amounting to $1127,7-11.'ill received on new capital stock, the
issue of which wns authorized on the 18th .lime, 11X12, nnd which was allotted
to shareholders on lllltb .lime, 1005, has been transferred in bulk to Rest Account which now amounts to $11,1)27,741.oil, and will be further increased to
$I,(KKI,()IK) when the balance due upon the subscribed shares bus been paid in.
Branches of the Bunk have been opened (luring tbe year at Cobalt, Font-
bill, London and Ridge-vuy, in the Province of Ontario, also in the Oily of
Quebec, in North Bnttlel'ord, in tho Province of Saskatchewan, and in Banff,
Calgary East and lied Deer, in the Province of Alberta. Suitable premises
ure now under construction in Winnipeg, and in Edmonton to replace existing
structures, which have been found insufficient for our requirements,
The Head Office and Branches of the Bank have ull been carefully inspected (luring the year, nnd your Directors havo pleasure in bonrlng testimony to
tho fnilhful and efficient manner in which tho stuff have performed their
duties.
D. H. WI1.KIE, President.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT.
Dividend No. Ill
for six months
at the rate of HI
per cent, per annum (paid 1st of
December, 1905)*|178,772 08
Dividend No. (12,
for 11 months nl,
tho rate of 10
perconl. nor annum (patu 1st of
March, 1000)...   1)0,821 00
Dividend No. (Ill,
two mollis, at
the rate of 111
per cent, per annum (paid 1st
May, 1000).
05,811 III
 $885,400 211
Transferred to rest account. 1127,741 50
Written off hunk premises
and furniture account.... 100,1X10 (K)
Balance of account carried
forward  27(1,81X1 1)2
Balance at credit of account
81st of May, 1005, brought
forward $170,511105
Prollts for tho 11 months
ended 80th April, 1000, after deducting charges of
management unit interest
due depositors, and after
milking full provision for
nil bad and doubtful debts
and for rebate on hills under discount	
Premium received on new
capital stock  1)27,741 50
585,780 20
$1,010,1113.75
REST ACCOUNT
$1,040,048 75
Balance at Credit of Account, 31st May, 1005    $8,000,000 (X)
Premium received on New Capital Stock.
LIABILITIES.
Notes of the Bank in circulation	
Deposits not bearing interest $ 5,018,223 00
Deposits bearing interest (including interest accrued to date)   22,581,070 70
Deposits hy other banks in Canada	
Total liabilities to the public	
Capital Stock (paid up)	
Best Account $ 3,027,741 50
Dividend No, 03 (payable 1st May, 11100,) for two
months, at the rate of ten per cent per annum      05,311 04
Rebate on Bills Discounted        82.100 73
Balance of Profit and Ijoss Account curried for'd       270,81X1 02
027,741 50
$3,027,741 50
$ 2,018,052 00
28,490,302 70
51,700 11
$31,499,954 87
3,927,741 51
4,352,110 (11)
$39,779,812 57
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I'ei llnl|,l, Slye, Agont.
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ASSETS.
Gold nnd Silver Coin	
Dominion Government notes.
8 907,252 40
8,000,805 IH)
Deposit with the Dominion Government lor security of note circulation ... . .
Noles of and Cheques on other Banks ....
Bn lance due ft oni othor Banks In Panada . .
Balance due from Agents in the United Kingdom
Balance due from Agents in Foreign Countries..
Dominion and Provincial Government securities. $  428,287 80
Canadian Municipal Securities aud  British or
Foreign, or Colonial   Public   securities
other than Canadian 1,810,284 10
Railway and other Bonds, Debentures and Slocks   1,308,301 32
$ 4,877,067 40
I .-.ii,ono no
1,750,31X1 111
•150,117 10
570,751 82
1,077,431 81
$ 8,890,780 81
(lull and Short loans on Stocks and Bonds in C'n'dii
Call and Short Loans on Stocks and Bonds iu lis.
Other Current Loans, Discounts and Advances .
Overdue debts (loss provided for) . . . .
Real Estate (other than Bank premises) . . .
Mortgages on Ileal Estate, sold hy Hunk . . .
Bank premises, including Safes, Vaults and Office Furniture at Head Olliee and Branches
Oilier Assets, not Included under foregoing heads
.   il ii,.. nortli irail corner post of
|j,| i  ,,     Onii.e   i,,-l   IS, eliliill*. Illi'll,-,-S'Hllll Wl
. in.. ..i-i In eteiiii* tlience nnrtli HI
 i-i    li.iini.  llienee imrtlilll
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-   .   i.r May, inva,
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LAM) NOTICES.
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Ilnle,!lln, lltliilnyol April, loot}.
If  MellKAN,
||„,el*l„kc, Il.C.
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11. W ILK IE,
General Manager.
Ei
3,075,1X13 34
3,899,210 03
1,000,000,00
$17,471,901 11
$21,Wil,003 511
21,020 25
71,731 III
63,642 It)
853,018 II)
5,008 73
$39,770,812 57
HAY,
Asst. (ieiieiul Manager.
Tbo Scrutineers appointed al tbe meeting reported the following gentlemen duly elected Directors for the ensuing Venn Messrs. II. It. IVilkie, Hon.
Robert JalTi-ay, Win, Ramsay of Bowland, Elias Rogers, Win. Hcndrie (Hain-
illon), ,1. Kerr Osborne, Charles Cockshiitt, Peleg Howland, Win. Whyte
I Winnipeg), Cawllira Mulock, Hun. Richard Turner (Quebec).
At a subsequent meeting of tho Directors, Mr. D. R. Wilkin war, elected
President, and the I ton. RtiU'rl Jnlfray Vice-President for tbe ensuing year.
Toronto, 23rd May, 1000,
NOTICK
fn Uio Comity Court of w<<ai Kootenay, lioldon at
IlovolsloKo;
Tn Krnost Augustus linker, knnwn nidus linker,
of Arrowhead, B.C.
Take tmllca that a phiinl, has been entered and
:< Kummona issued against ynu in tho above i'hiiii-
tyi'mirt by [leorge rluipiimii nf Arrowhead, B.C.,
fnr tin*-Hiiiii.if sir-turn, being the amount of a cor-
inin cheque miulr ami ilrnun hv ymi upon the Im-
perlal Hunk nl Canada, Atrowhoad, B, O., nnd
ilnlcil July list, 1005. which cheque was mi presentation dishonored for non-payment and renin ins
unpnkl and ntolitoh the plaintiff Is l he holder nnd
,111 miler has been made that the piihlirnllun nl a
notice "f Mn> entry nf such plaint in the Mail
Herald newspaper published nl Revelstoke, B.C..
fnr fnnr liiscrlions "hnll lie deemed to Iw gnnd and
-nitllcicnt. service nf the siiuunciiiH u|)nn you.
Vnn arc required lo enlor a dispute note within
eight days from the 2!inl day nf May. IWO. being
[he date nl Mm tail plllilicatimi nf this lintice, atthe Kcnistiars offlcoal Revelstoke, Il.C., and if
iln mil so enter audi dispute Dole, judgment
may ho Rtgnoil against yon and the plaintiff muy
proceed to execution.
Dntod ihli loth day of May, 1000.
W. K, McLADOHLtN,
Deputy Itegiatrbr.
Scott -A llriggs, yolieltora fnr Plaintiff, ji,
NOTICE.
VTOtlCB IS HKKKBY UIVKN thai thirty
1> daya after dato I intend lo apply Inl\v.
Chief Commissioner of binds and Works for h
special liconso to out nnd carry awny timber
from lho following doscribod lands near
Upper Arrow Uko, West Kootonay I)intriot,
Fosthall waters:—
I. (,'mniueiielng at a post atiout fl chains south
nf Hear Creek and nbniit four miles fnnn Uie
uimilh, thence nnrtli mi chains, thence east til)
chains, tbenee soutli 80 chains, tlience west 60
ehalus to point nf commencement.
i. CmuuiL'ticiiiK ntn post on snuth side nf Hear
Creek nud alsmt mv miles (mm the month, tbenee
nnrtli 80 chains, thence east 8(1 chains, tlience
smith B« clmiiis, thenco west 80 ehalus In point nf
commencement.
.1. Com me ncl iifi at Nu. t post north 80 chains,
thoure went Mil eiialnti, thence smith 80 chains,
llienee cant 80chains to point uf cnunnencumeut.
i. (j'oiuuieticliiK si a post mi north side of Hear
Creek, about six miles frum the mouth, thence
north 80 chains, tlience west 80 elinlns, tlience
smith Wl chains, thence vast-So chains to puint of
commencement.
Killed May 4th, 1900,
II. U. HWHUNS.
\ THE MAIL-HERALD, KEVELSTOKE II. I'
DOMINION
PARLIAMENT
(Spnoi.-il lo tlm Mlll.-lliflt.ll.li.}
Ottawa. Muy 20.—Tliis is a broken
week no "llie Hill," ihenieiuiers having quit work at the half wei k lor the
Vicioria Day holiday. However they
earned the holiday, by getting through
with llie Budget debate in one sitting.
We have become so accustomed to
surpluses that anything else would be
a surprise. Mr. Fielding had the
same old story ol continued prosperity,
last growing revenues, rapidly developing resources, that has been his theme
lor thc past ten years. He reported
increases in the customs, post cilice
and railways, with a net increase nil
round ol $512,950, and while this was
not so big an increase ns in several
rccei t years, it is only, as he aptly
termed, thc indication ol a slight
breathing spell, before the coiintty
goes forward to yet more iiipid expansion in thc immediate future.
THE NETT SUlU'I.l'S
lor the yenr is $7,803,0110 making tbe
aggregate surpluses lor the nine years
nl the present, administration ol $111,-
300,100, and for this present year the
minister figures on tlie neut little
surplus ul $12,500,000. The mass ol
figures which ie inseparable from a
budget speech may not always convey
much to the average reader, but there
are a few that may be quoted with advantage. While in the past ten years
ihe public expenditure lias increased
83:] l,er cent. •'"-' Ul'"' '""'a "' t,ie
country has increased 10!)*j per cent,
the consolidated lund revenue Kill.}
per cent, the deposits in chartered
banks 150 per cent, the discounts to
the public banks 114 per cent,and the
freight tonnage carried by tlie railways
130 per cent.
These are figures that would seem
to justify the minister's contention
that the increased expenditure bus
had something to do with the great
progress of the country, und that it
has only been keeping pace with the
marvellous expansion of the country's
resources.
Of course all who follow at nil closely the discussion of public affairs know
that a favorite charge is that the government has sought to cover up excessive expenditure. Thc per capita
debt,—aud that is the only fair comparison possible,—bus been reduced
Irom $50.07 in 1895 to $47.30 iu 1905,
an actual reduction of $3.22 per head
of the estimated population,
These are only a few points in the
budget speech that strike one as particularly noteworthy. It would pay
every Canadian, who is interested in
the condition of his country to procure the speech in lull and study
every word ol it; it is i-xhilerating
reading. The speech ol Mr. Foster,
Opposition financial critic, wns an
objection to the growing expenditure,
and a lugubrious picture ot what is
going to happen "some day" when
certain liabilities mature and the
country will have to lind the menus
to retire them.
The minister ol the interior hns introduced an important measure in the
House, lor the better carrying uut of
the work ot thc
IMMIGRATION  DEPARTMENT.
The present law was framed many
yeurs ago, and the conditions today
have far outgrown its provisions. Tlie
new measure hiutjjeen very carefully
drawn up and covers every phase ol a
somewhat complicated proposition.
It gives the officers ol the department
greatly extended powers, and will
serve to protect Canada Irom the incursion of all undesirable immigrants,
und even provides for the deportation
of those who, within a ye.tr of their
arrival, prove undesirable. It moreover seeks to give adequate protction
to the immigrant against the cupidity
or worse, of agents either on board or
ashore. Altogether it should prove a
useful and beneficial measure.
Some impatience is being shown ut
the slow progress ol the
INSURANCE COMMISSION, .
and the government is lieing urged to
accelerate its movements. It is ol
course desirable tliat no timo bo lost
in removing the feeling ol suspicion
and unrest which undoubtedly does
exist in many minds, and it must be
confessed, not without reason, and the
minister under whose direction the
enquiry is lieing lield may tie depended upon to allow no undue delays to
occur in reaching a report.
coai, nuTY.
Incidentally, an important matter
came up the other afternoon, when in
the course of a debute on the iron and
steel bounties, the suggestion was
made that thc present duty of 53c.
per ton on bituminous coal should bo
taken off. There is no duty on hard
coal now, and there seems no good
and sufficient reason why the industries ot Ontario particularly should
be taxed in this way when the mines
of Nova Scotia and tho lar west do
not attempt lo supply tho central
Canadian market to any appreciable
extent. Freights are prohibitory even
with tho duty on, so that it can well
be taken off and not hurt any native
industry, while benefitting many,
RAIL AiiD STEAMER.
The 0. P, E. is now receiving ab.iut
$1,250,000 annually in interest on deferred payments on lands already sold.
Deferred payments on lands already
sold will soon reach P,000,000,
Tbo contractors for tho Kootonay
, Central  Railway ore bringing in a lot
ol Japanete to work on the property.
K. J, Bulger, C. 1'. It. accountant
in charge of the Western Division,
inspected the work of the Ruvolstoke
office ou Thursday,
BIG CIRCUS PARADE PLANNED
In which the Spectacular and
Picturesque will Predominate
When Iho O'Culor Norris it Rowe
Oireii- exhibits here ihey have planned
ii si reef display in whioh the 'peclucii-
Inr aud picturesque will pridomimiti'
Of tho parade, a brilliant writer who
witiifssed it recently rays; "Shrie'i-
ing his rollicking roundelay, n monster marched through thc town; be
woke the echoes, disturbed the peace
and shouted defiance nl ibe police; I
frightened the horses, annoyed tlie
dogs and even the uiitos trembled; but
the youngsters rejoiced at the din in-
made and followed his way with glee,
ns youngsters have done Bince in
Hainelin-town another piper ol high
renown created havoo across the bos,
io latter day children arc wont to be
entranced by the singing on l-i o-p e
Again the painted wagons rolled
through the streets and everybody,
young und old, who could gnin a vantage point, feasted their eyes on'lie
classic spectacles ol the circus par uie.
II calendar makers could secure more
definite and certain information, I've
no doubt circus duy would ho i.uni-
hered iu red us are the Fourth ol July
and other national holidoys. Such uu
innovation would certainly add tu the
interest ol the calendar maker's plots
Certificate of  Improvements,
2TOTICE1.
.Martini .Ian,, Friidlioa nail Mint,, Mineral
rininis, siiuaiu ia tlm Rovelstoke Mining
Division i,( Wosl Kootenai,' District.
Wlinrn located: -At Slumlord Husin, Ilia
Bend.
TAKE NOTICK that 1, It. Smith, Froo
Miner's Cerlillnito No. II SSJ.a, noting ns nuont
(or Uie Prince Minim; and Dovotopmont i',„,,-
puny, Limited Liability: Froe Minor's Corlill-
i-iilo No. 11SS1S.",, Intond sixty days from (Into
horoofto apply to tlio Mining Hoconlor lor
I'ortillcales of Improvements for the purpose
,,( obtnluiug Crown Grunts of tlio above
claims.
And further, lnko uotlco, that nctlou under
Seotlon 111, must lie commenced before tile
issiiiincoiilsiii-h Certificates of Improvements
Dined this Socond duy of April, A. !>.. Mil.
Ai>. 12i,i. R.SMITH
•nnl cr a-e iheir circulnl on; lor
surely and ci Ininly lb : u- |i
cesi mi lm an imp ,i'aii.i place i
procession >,! Ibe eq, iu ,. * IVi, ., a
mail or nun n becumi - s■■ old . s lo
lose all iiiO ,-.--t in i-iii-ns day. it is
time for him to call in li et r Oshr
There i-,i,,y I.- i.i;-,-- slum's thin
Norri. .'■ II,,w ■'.- but ci r't i- ly none
better. I'm i i.- a se! lomiulu I- -
modern eiri-nses, and ouo which, do-
pamd i ,in it wnuld fail 'or want ol
putroiiaLi-. They mny vary somewhat -n '"I'm und quantity, hut ir,
spirit ilny iiuis-t f. How tiadition "
The public will not tolerate undue
liberties with so time honored nn institution. The N iris k Howe inti r-
priso is properly conducted aid ii
oilers ,11 ilu- esthetic thrills and delights we demand of a circus. The
show hens a good name and llieir
li-.,,le mirk stands for honesty ol purpose md piOgrossivenesB, If u person
can nol g,-i bis or her money's worth
with thil circus, they nre indeel hard
to please. 'I he Shows will exhibit al
Revelstoke, IVcdncBdiiy, June 18(1..
THEOiTY EXPRESS
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
baggage
I'r pi
•my |
pinery of parcels
I of the Cil V.
•\n}: Kind of Transform
Iliiiiertaken.
TBI KI'llONK NO. 7.
SEE
Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Tea services Flower Pols
Plates Umbrella Stands
baskets Lunch Bankets
Cune Chair. Smoking Jackets
Handkerchiefs Silk Goods.
GOLD FISH
Finest stock of candles nnd trulls in town.
Front Street, Revelstoke
PERFECTION
"""V
A
\'i':'"/-.\    E!A'rhS   *s ).
iiii:.;     \''-> \s r * A
ALWAYS READY
IFDHiSTAMTUSE,
■.-M.ifiiictic1'
Mr In $i50
leather case      •
Eonble Concave J 750
forheavy beards4 ••
"Carbo-Mapietic" Elastic Cushion Strops, $1.00.
tree booklet "Hints to Shavers."
'GRIFFON KNIVES"
Matloof "Crift.)ii lluswr Steel. Thoy
held im eilgo longer thun uny knife
mado.   Full assbrlinent.  All styles,
Lawrence Hardware Co.
Limili-il.
REVELSTOKE B. 0.
>M
8eld byOrocersEverywfiere.
A
Our Registered
Trade Mark
w
iHEN Inijing Overalls
'thatthey bear ibis label.
It i
a guarantee of their quality, . . .
Overalls hearing' tho " Buck
Brand " nre Union mado, by your
own countrymen, nnd as nearly indestructible ns It's possible in make
thorn. They are manufactured by
the pioneer workingincn's outfitters
of llie wesl. As!: for " Buck
Brand" Overalls and take no
others,
WmJ.IMaster&Sons
LTD.,
MANUFACTURERS
VANCOUVER,    B.   C.
,,   ' '///JQl'^m
It does not requiro an
expert to clean out the Hues
of tho " Sunshine" (urnaoe—
the only tool needed is a brush
whioh is supplied with
furnace.
Clean-out doors aro placed in the
oasing, and tho brush cun easily ho inserted,
This heater just bristles with exclusive features much as
automatic gas dampers, largo double feed-doors, steel dome,
double shakers and stool radiator,
If you want tlio best furnaco mado get the " Sunshine."
Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.    Booklet free.
LONDON.  TORONTO.  MONTREAL.
WINNII'EO.   VANCOUVER.
BT. John. Hamilton.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
BBTBLTSOKB, B. C
HOTEL VICTORIA
ROBT.
(Under   New   Management)
LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,
B.   C
First-clus accommodation for travellers.
Best brands   of  Wines,   Spiritsw and
Cigars. ^
RATES   $1   AND   $1.50   PER   DAY
REE   BUS   MEETS   ALL   TRAINS
BOURNE BROS., Sole Agents.
111 HOTEL
Arrowhead, B. G,
Oliniiningly situated on the shoves
of Aitow Lake,
Good Trout Fishing,
Hunts always for hire,
Sample Rooms in conuection.
First-class house for Tourists and
Cnininiyriii] men,
W. J. Lightburne, Proprietor
aVNOPSIS   OF   REGULATIONS   GOVERNING  THE  DISPOSAL  OF  DOMINION    LANDS    WITHIN    THE
RAILWAY  -BELT IN  THE PROVINCE Ol-' BRITISH COLUMBIA.
A LICENSE to cut limber cun be ac
quired  only   ut  public   uoinpetRion.    A
rental ut j.» per square mile is charged
for all Umber berths except those Situated west of Vak- for which the rental la
at the rate of 5 Cuius per acre per annum.
In -addition to the rental, dues at llie
following rates are charged:—
Sawn lumber, 60 cents per thousand
feet B.M.
Railway tlcff, eight and nine feet long,
I 1-2 and 1 3-4 cents each.
Shingle bolts, 25 cents a cord.
All other products, 5 per cent on the
A license is issued so soon as a berth
is granted, but tu surveyed teiritory no
timber can be cut on a berth until the
licensee has made a survey thereof.
Permits to cut timber are also granted
at publie competition, except In the case
uf actual settlers, who require the um-
t tor tholr own use.
Settlers and others may also obtain
permits to cut up to WO cords of Wood tor
sale  without  competition.
The dues payable under a permit are
$1.50 per thousand feet B.M., fur square
timber and sawiogs of any wood cs-
cepl oak; from 1-2 lo 1 1-2 cents per lineal
foot for building logs; f-ram 12 1-2 to w
cuius per cord for wood; 1 cent for fence
posts; ii cents for railway ties; aud W
cents per cord for shingle bolts.
Leases for grazing purposes ore issued
fur a term of twenty-one years, at a
rental of two cents per acre per annum.
Coal lands may be purchased at *JW
per acre for soft coal and $W for anthracite, Not moie than 'iio acres may be
acquired by one individual or company.
Royally al tlie rale of 10 cents per ton
of 2WW pounds is collected on the gross
output.
Entries for land for agricultural purposes may be made personally at the local laud olliee tor the district In winch
Uio land to be taken up is situated, ot
if thu homesteader desires, he may, on
application to the Minister ol the Interior
at Ottawa, the Commissioner of Immigration at Winnipeg, or Uie local agent lor
the Dislricl, wllhln which the land IS
situated, receive authority for some one
to make entry fur him.
A fee of tie is charged for humesiead
entry. ,
A settler who has received an entry roi
a homestead, Is required to perform the
conditions connected therewith under um*
of the following plans:-
lU At luus; six months' residence upon
„:id cultivation of the land in each year
during the term uf three years.
It is the practice of the Department to
require a settler to bring li- acres under
cultivation, but if he prefers he may substitute stock; and 20 head of cattle, lo be
actually his own property, with buildings
for their accommodation, will be required
instead of culUvation.
M If the father (or mother, If the father is deceased) of any person who Is
-iigible to make a homestead entry under
the provisions of the Act. resides upon
a farm in the vicinity of the land entered for by such person as a homestead,
the requirements of the Act as to residence prior to obtaining patent may be
satlslled by such person residing with the
father or mother.
(81 If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned by
him In the vicinity of hig homestead, the
requirements of the Act as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon the
said land.
Application for patent should be made
at the end of three years before the Ioch
agent, Mib-ngent or
tor.
Before making application for a pateni,
tin fettler must give six months' notici*
in writing to the Commissioner of Do.
minion Lands at Ottawa, of his Inten-
iU>n to do so,
NOTICE.
Notice is liercliv given that 80 days alter date
I intend to apply w the tlonorfthlethoClitel
Commissioner of Lends and Works f ir permission in cni and carry away timber from the
folluwiiiy; described binds situated in West
Kootenay district:
1. Commencing nt ti post planted on iho
soulh side ol Smith ereek about 1% miles from
the Columbia river mul marked "li, J.John-
wn's mirth easl cornor post," tlience smith 80
chains, thenco west hi ohains, thonco uortli 80
ehains, thence east 80 fehalhs to the point of
iiomuieucomfiiit.
2, Commencing nt >i post planted on the
south sldeol Smilli creek about BU miles frum
the Columbia river and marke(l"E, J. Johnson's north east corner post," llienee south 80
i-liuins, thenco wesi 80chains-, thenoo north 8(1
chains, tlience eiwtsO chains to tho point of
commencement,
8. Coiiimenctiiu nt a post planted on the
■-until siile of Smilli creek uLioul I'i miles from
the Columbia river and mnrked '*K.J. John.
son's north east corner post," tlience south Wi
ohains, thonco west 80chains, Ihence north Mi
eliuiiis, tlience east 80 chains io the point Of
commencement.
■l. Commencing at a post planted on the
'.until side of Smith creek about &}( miles from
lho Columbia river and marked "K, J, John-
mhi's norlh east comer post," ihence south Wl
clmins, (hence west ni chains, thence nortli Hi
ehains, thenoo easl 80 chains lo the point of
commencement
6 Commonolng nt a post planted on the
south side of Smitli creek nbout BU miles from
Ihe Columbia river ami marked "K. J, John*
win's north cast comer post," theuco smith so
chains, thenco wost 80chains, thence norlh so
elinlns, thence east 80 chnlus to tho point of
rommonnoment
ti. Commonclnn at n post iilanled on the
south sldeol Smith creek nbout 7W miles from
tho Columbin rivor and marked "!•'. J. .lohn-
ion's north easl corner nost," Ihenco south 8u
•nntns, thenco wesi hi chains, ihence north so
Hindus, thenco east 80 chains to tho point of
commencement!
7. Commencing at a posl planted ou llie
smith sldeol Smith creek aboul 2Wmiles from
llie tolnmbla rivor and mnrked E,K, J. Johnson's south oast comer posl," thouce norlh lu
chains, iimncc wesi 160 chains, thenoo son tl)4n
clmins, ihence east hln chaius lo llie point of
commoucemout.
8. Commonolng at n posl planted on thc
■•iiiith side uf Smilli creek about l1-, miles fi i
the Columbia river nnd marked "li J. John-
Bon'ssoutli east comer post," thence north 40
ifli lis, ihecc wesi 160 chains, Ihence south
chairs, Ihence enst hill chnlns tothe point ol
i.inieiiceinenl,
ii (aommencing at a post planted ou ihe
soutli side ol Smith creek nboutflW milos from
the Columbia river ninl mnrkeil "R, J, Johnson's south oasl corner post," Ihence uortli 40
chains, thence nest 100chains, thonoesoulh in
chains, thenco east 160 ohains to the point of
immcncoinont,
io. Commencing at a posl planted on ihe
irlh side of the norlh d.fk ol smith creek,
about 6U milos from ihe tviumiiln river nud
rkeit •■!•:, .1. Johnson's south east comer."
Ibenco north 8ffchains-, thonco west80 chains,
thenoo south 80 chains, tlionco east nn chains
to the place off imeiieeiiiciit.
lintel Mny B8, liHKI.
K ,1, JOHNSON.
i\ after
NOTICE
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NOTICE
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lioolnl lie,ii*,. In mil nml (inrry nwny liniliur
le:,, lleM. .1,,-w le etil.eil   lllllll* ill  llll-   III*-
tielef Me-lli l-IIIIJ-l
(iniiiiioiii-iiiit hi ii ikiiI mnrkod ".I. Wliitii-
iiinlii,'* snulli ivi'si ooriior noil," plnntod nl
imiwilnu's soulli onst i-nriii-r, Iliiiiii-u imrlli Sn
luiiu-, tl en iinsl in nliniiis. tliniii'i Ili in
duiilis, lliiiinlu wu.-l 111 eliuiiis lu imint uf (',„„-
IHUIlCC3.ll.lllt.
April 88tli, 1900
John wnmicoHMU,
Mllll,
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ellllsi
LAND NOTICE
VTOT1CB Is hereby given Uml 00 iliijit i
i\ l Inleml to amily.lo tho Chlof Coin
.f hnnds anil Works for permission tn.
tlio following doscrihed lands ontl lliu !<t»lp'
wagon mml. Arrowhead Mining Division, W(tti
Kootonay District!
Commonoingntn posl about icn chiihissoittl
f ilicMiiilcpust mi Um "Hig Lodge" wagon r»fti
ml marked "('. .M, Hymons north wosl cornor.1
Liionco oasl 4o ehains, tin smitli pi chnlns
timnco wost40 chains, tlience north (o chains ti
iini nf coinmoncoinont.
Dated May 1st, limn.
0. M. SV.MONS.
iby given that thirty days
dntol intend to apply to the Chlof
Dmmissionor of Lands and Works for spocial
liconso to out and carry away timber from tho
following described lands situated In Enst
Kootenny district, B.C.:
1. Commencing at n post mnrkod "Arthur
Pnyno's south west comer post," planted on the
enst side of Sullivan Kivor about '.-, miln from
Kimbasket Lake, I lumen onst Ml chains, thoneo
norlh 120ohnlns, thenoewost 10 clmins, thenoo
soutii 80 chains, thonce wosl 4'» chains, thonco
■south 40 ohains to point of commoncomont,
2. Commencing at n post marked "Arthur
Payne's norlh west corner post," planted on the
south bank of Sullivan River aboutr two miles
frum Kimbasket Lake, thonco south 80 chains,
thonco oast SO chains, thoneo north .Sil.Vlmius.
thence west 80 chains to.pointot commencement.
3. Commencing nt a post mnrkod "Arthur
Pnyno'snorth onst corner post," plnntod on the
south hank ofSulltvon river about 4 miles from
Kimbaskot Lake, thonco south 80 chains, thonce
wosl 8u chains, thenoe north 80 chains, thonco
enst Ml chains to'polut of commencement,
4. Commonolng at a post mnrkod "Arthur
Pnyne's north west cornor post." planted on
the soulh bank of Sullivan River abont 4 miles
from Kimbaskot Lake, thenco south ill clmin.i,
theuco oast 160 chain/, thenco north Id chains,
theiieo wost bin chains to point or commoncement.
"i. Commonolug nt a post nurkod "Arthui
I'ayne's south west corner post" planted on
the south bank of Sullivan Hiver about I mile-
from Kimbasket Loko, thenco north to chains,
theuco ensl 160 clmins, thoneo south In chains.
tlienco west 160 chains to pniutof commencement.
li. t'oininonciiiR at u post marked "Arthur
Payne'^ north west corner po-t," planted on
the south bank uf Sullivan Ilivor ahmitii milos
from Kimbasket Luke, tlionco soutli HU chains,
thonce east 811 chains, theuco north Ml chains,
ihouco wost 81) chains to poiut of commence'
mont.
7. Commonolng at a post markod "Arthur
Phyno's .-outh wesl corner post," planted ol
the south hunk of Sullivan Rivor about 2 mile?
from Kimbasket Lnko theuco north-III chains.
llienco ea-t 160 chains, thence south 40chains,
tloneowe-t liMi chains to pniutof commence-
mont.
Dated the 21-1 day of May, HUM.
ARTHUR PAYNE.
LELAND  HOTEL
KAMLOOPS
WS   well, (Ibrmerl) of l.el.md Hotel. Vancouver) Proprietor.
First Class House for Travellers and Commercial Men
Newly |Built, Newly Furnished, and the most comfortable house in the City.    ,,
CLOSE TO RAILWAY STATION.    Large Sample Rooms
Queens /fote/
COMAPLIX
Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.   Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at^this
Hotel.
CHIEF  YOUNG, -        •        Proprieto.
P.BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.
HEAD OFFICE : Ualoarv, Alberta.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchant*
I'nrk Packers and Usalori In Livo Stuck. Markets in all the principal Cities and
Towns „( Alberta, llritisli Column's, and tlm fukoo. Packers of the Celebrated Brand
' hnper itor" IIiiiih mid II icon, an I Shamrock Brand, Loot Lard. A
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NOTICE.
.TOTIC1! Is lioroby given thnl thirty daysoftcr
1 Intond i„ iipiily to the Hon. Chlol
inuii.-sioiiei- ol Landa and Works, for a special
license („ ,-ul mul carry unity timbor (mm the
lolloii-liiu doscribod lands i
1. Commencing at a post planted on tho oasl
tank ,,( ilm north fork ol l-'lf,- Crcok, ahontB
miles above lh,- forks and marked "K. I'. Ilonry'e
nnrtli cast corner prat," tlionco vml 40 chains,
then,-,- soulli 100 ekiins, II, -c call III ,-Iinins,
thonce north ltwchalna tomilnl otcoinmeiiecmont,
i.  C'liiiinonclng at n i>„.*, planted „n the e,i*i
bank „( ll nli fork „l I-if.- Crook, nboul ;,
miloBabove the torksand marked -li. I'. Ilonry'i
noi-lli wesl enmor post," Ibenco *,,,iili I Iinhi-
thenco enst Iii chains, tlionco north 100 chains,
thonco nest tu clinlm lo point „f cniunioncomeiit,
8. Cnintnonclng at a posl planted on tlio oast
bank of the north fork uf Fife i'i k, al t c|
miles from the forks and marked "It. 1'. Ilonry'i
south ,-nsi corner post,1 thonce nnrtli loo chains,
llienco wast 10 chains, thonco soutli 100 chains,
llienee ensl 1„ cll.-lilts lo [mini of enlllllieucelnelll.
I. Commencing ul a pint planted on the east
hunk ,,( Hn- north fork „( Fife Cruok, about ni
inllos almvo the furki and marked "U. I*. lien,-,'.
-„uih v.i-1  -ner post," llionoo north 80chains
thonce easl sn chains, thonco smith su chains
tlionco wesl sn chains lo point ol coininonccinont
:,.  Commencing al a post planted on tho n-oil
I k of ll,,- nnrtli (--il, „( I'lfo Crook,about B|
mile* almvo lln- forks, and mnrkod -If. I'. Iloiiyyi
nurih curt corner post," llionce woitsUcliilhis,
llieliee (lllltll SO ,'luil,*,  III,    HUl   SO cllilill*
llienee no,III Slleluiill* to point od'oluineneiuienl.
ii. Cniiiiiioticiiiffnl „ posl iilanled on tho wosl
tank „( ll ,ih f„rk „( Fife Crook,nbuut8
miles almvo Ilia forks and marked "K, I'. II v*
■until easl -nor prat," II ,-,- north 100 chains,
tltell,',,   linsl    111  el,lins, llienee south Illll ehuills,
ihon ii*i 10 chains to point „f coiiunonceinout.
7. Ciiiuiiieui'higai a noil |ilau1od on tin- wosl
I kot the iinrtli fork nf life Crook and almntO
milos almvo the lork. nml mnrkod "B. I'. Ilonry'i
south e.i-i norinul," limine II, nm chains,
thonce wcil 10 chains, the soulh mu chains,
III, ii. .-,., I 10,-Iinins t,,|i„iul ,,[ eoiuineiiei'ineul.
8, Ciiininoticliig nl a nml |,l;,nl,-,l mi the wosl
hmik „[ llie nnrlh bull „f Fife Crook, <il»,ut u
miles abovo the furki and marked "B, I'. Ilonry'i
soutli nest corner jmit," than nil 80 chaini
thonco north nn chaini, thonco wool 80 chains,
llienee solllll K,l eliuiiis to point of eouilneimeuieul
H, I'.'iinmty.
llninl Mny I-l  Iiiiiii.
Certificate  of Improvements.
NOTICE
Central Hotel
zb^^REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
Newly built,    First-clues in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1.60 per Day, Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
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p„u I. Ulnor.ll I'liiim
-.inkn Minim.- Dlvlsli
111*1 riot.:—
Whorolooutodi  Al   I I.trd Ruili
Hi,: llond,
TAKK NOTICK Hi
Milinr'-IWtilll'llleN,,
furl*. J. Ilnmoiis, Fro,
nssIM; O. B. Itnlihm
rain No. BSJ.'
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NOTICE
NOTICll IS IIKHKIIY GIVEN thnt an dnys
niton Iuin I iulniiil (n lip idyl" llm lion, ('hint
'iniinisslniuir uf Luud* mid Works Tur n *|iuoiiil
liconso In cui. mul c.rry nwuy tlinlmr fnnn Ilu,
riTomeiWM'Slipio- Ifplliivyliigdoscrllioil Imuls. slluiilo ill ur nnnr
j tho Stounnrd Husin. Rovolstoko dlilrlot.
Comniourliig nt n imsl idiiiilndiil I II milos
uoi-lliof Hlmuliiril Mini,, mid iiuirLnil "O.J,
K'-Snulli.Wo-i Coroor Post1 j llionoo north li'.i
chllili-l tliuncil oust 111 clmins; l.lioiu-i, snulli
100,'lmiii-; lliiini-,,WOSl lllcliiilu* In thu plllcn
(ciiiuini'iicuuiiilil.
Ilnlcil tho Bocond ilny "1 April A.H.. IHM,
W. W. CORY, I'
Depuly Mlnlslor of the Interior
Ottawa, l-'elirursy lltli, INS. Ap. 18-111,
CJ.ltl'MI'.NS,
i I. ll.  Smilli,   Froo
,,, I) 8S.'i2ll, noting ii- iikuiii
on M ,-'- Cortillcato No.
- Froe Minor's Cortlll-
I Win. M. Simon's Free
Minor's Coriillriitii N„. II 801811, Intond dxlj
dnys fnmi ilnlu bur,,,,f I,, uptily l„ H,„ Mining
llnciil'dul' (nr II Cortlltonto 111 liniu.'lemulil- do
llm |,iiri>i,s,n,r ohtnlolngnCrownQrnntof thn
abovo oliilni,
And (iirthni-,tnliu imlli-u, thai notion uudor
Hootlon al, uiit*t. lm oommonoud boforo tie-
i*.,iliinc„,,( elicit Cnrlillculi, „f Inipriivninntil
Dntod this Snciul dnyol April, A.H..!-.«»:
Ap.i-.in  It  SMITH
CEMENTBLOCKS
Miiiiiifiictiimil for all eln-.-e.-i of hulldingn
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALI
All kinds id bulldldg and plflltorlng
luidorlnlnm,
A. PRAD0LINI, • REVELSTOKE
LOANS
NOTARIES
SIBBALD & FIELD
HAVE
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE
IN ALL  PARTS OF THE CITY
INSURANCE
COMOX COAL
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GET  YOUR   EYES   EXAMINED   FREE
\ l.utfi' variety
of Glasses always
kept in stock here
Try -i pair on
-wo gtmraiUcc ;i
perfeel fit,
If you require
anything in Jewelry
t is here for you,
A complete stock
of llie right class
of goods,
J. GUY BARBER,   - Jeweller, Optician
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
Mack Service to any part of the City at all
hours. Rigs equipped for Sleighing Parties.
First class Single and double Rigs. Express
draylng and Transferring. Saddle and Pack
horses for hire. All kinds of job work undertaken.   Wood for sale.
Stable and Residence  Ppone 41
Hack Stand «'    27
CHAS.  W.   TURN ROSS,
Prop. 'HE MAH.TIEISA 1,1), REVELSTOKE, B. C
SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR JUNE
We will put ,11 our Hargain Counters line! tn ok-nr regardless ,-i cost.
SCOTCH GINGHAMS
Twenty pio
Clmmbra*-, s.
-   :   s   itch   Cjinghaii
Reyular Price :<■ . \o
MEN'S SHIRTS
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Shirts,   in   Hln
Ri-n-ul,-,,-    I'ril-i
WHITE DRESS COODS
M .-.-.-; Stripe and die
LADIES' HOSE
Ladies Cashmere
Now ' *M
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MEN'S AND BOYS'
READY-TO-WEAR SUITS
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MEN'S CASHMERE SOX
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SHOE DEPARTMENT
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This is the Season for Picture
ill Prices anil
raking.
I all Sizes.
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BORN.
Haste—At Revelstoke, Ii. C, on May
16th, to Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Hiirtc,
a Bon,
Abmstroxg—At Revelstoke, B. C,
May 29th, to Mr. ami Mrs, Win.
Armstrong, a son.
Local and General.
J. B. Cressmati intends buildine; n
14000 residence on First street west.
Mediciue Hat proposes to take over
tbe tele- hone system in th.it eity.
The early cherry crop in the Ok in-
agun valley was seriously damaged by
late Irosts.
A. F. Williamson has sold Sll acres
of his land east ol Revelstoke to C, B,
Hume.
Step, arc being taken 11 dispose ol
the Swansea mine, at Windermere, to
an English company.
Rew York state is suppressing the
use of leathers nr bodies ol birds tor
ornamentation ol ladies'hats.
Mr. Girdwood, who is operating the
Swansea mine at Windermere,shipped
last week seven tons of ore Irom the
property.
Kev. W. C. Calder has been invited
by the L. 0. L.. at Salmon Ann to act
as chairman ,-i the celebration in that
place on the " Glorious Twelfth."
The Dominion Government have
decided on establishing an Indian
reserve at Tete Jaune Cm-lie. Judge
Vowell and R. S. Galbraith will leave
by the Thomson river route north ol
Kamloops to visit the locality and
locate the reserve. Had the trail bei n
opened between Revelstoke and Can „■
river tiiey would have gone in by that
route.
Social and Personal
Miss McKaughton intcndi "-inning charge oi the scl 1 .it Wilmer.
W, W, Poster, ol tbe C. I' R • ipi •
intendent'i office, leaves shortly u i
month's holiday.
Mr. Utinuel. instruct ii il in
studies and art work, i-  visil -
Revelstoke icho il,
Cory Menhinick In- returned lr„ni
England when he ban been visil
for the past fin months
ft'. J. Mollison and J. Bradley, formerly of Revelstoki I ivi started i
hotel at Tonopah, Si-... la,
Master Donald Kilpatrick was
recently the recipient ol - I i, I- n
present from old Donald res lei *-
inscribed From uld Donald to Young
Donald."
A lawn tennis tournament wai
opem-d at Golden yesterday, Thirteen
gentlemen Iiu'-'l enieicd for the
singles and ten gentlemen and ton
ladies lor the doubles,
A lawn tennis club has been - rgan
ieed at Camborne, and the following
officers elected: (1. It. N,,rtln-y, president; E, J. Branlord, vice-president!
M. M, Galbraith secy-treas.; G. Sumner. R. \V. Lindsay and M, Galbraith |
were appointed a committee to selectj
a site lor the court.
F. W. Thomson, formerly ol the
Nelson branch ,,| the Imperial Hunk
has been appointed teller ut the Revelitoke office. The Nelson News says
"Mr. Thomson will be greatly missed
in Nelson. For the pnst t ftO years he;
hu been rover in the bookoy team
and n tower ol strength to the foi ward
men. Hi- promises in orgnnisi n
hookey team In Rovelstoko and visit
Nelson neit winter.
BEATON
Victoria Day was Fittingly
Celebrated Here with a Good
Sports Programme.
Tho ball gniiio between thn Camborne Muckers and Beaton Swampers
was the event ol the day. Tin- interest displayed was intense, as the result
meant that either unc town nr tin
other would havo nionoy tu burn or
be broke ore the no-it pay duy. Tho
Muckers were attired in n neat but
not gaudy suit, und hud ciiiblnwiic'
mi ibe hack, " Drill ye Terriers, Drill,"
while tin- Swampers wore corked l„„,ls
nnd white sweaters with the device nl
ii caul book Bewcd on their chests. At
2.211 umpire Johnson culled "piny ball"
ami hull was played. The players got
warmed up loi! uml the umpire got
hot. llis decisions wero many, hul
they Iinil the same effect ns water on n
duck's buck. Finos were levied uud
Billy Boyd appointed us collector,
which he did in u nice, quiet way
dining tlie evening alter the game was
over,
At the finish llie (core stood :
Muckers 17: Swampers III
in tho fut man's nice there were
tw,, entries, Billy Boyd and Gordon
Sellis, which resulted in Gordy winning by a head; both lost 25 lb-. Iini
Porter had charge of the refundment
keg, and when Insl seen he wns trying
tu get outside ol it ml was three
hoops up,
A v,ry pleasant dance wa- held in
tin evening at the Beaton hot.
host Bill) Boyd again proved  himself
.in entertainer par excellence-Review
Business Locals.
,,-w* s,.la- taste li-'o-l all tin
Beautiful note pup, is and tablets it
the Cauada Drug Store,
Bews' Palm Corner .- tin lesl
spot in town,
I'ineapi le,  .- mgps    lemons   and
inns  iii' 11. 11 iii ■ ■ -. , ■   .
II imniock — bi si  An i rican   make
I il , .,!.,, la ll   j Si re— ,;: prii ,-■
Mi ssrs, Kincaid  ind   .nder	
i irl  cons di tivitj    in    real
er, lettuce, mil n
ns anil   111lm     -' '   I'M
ir first »hi| Ba-I
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Carbolic   i, .: - hi . Idi ■   ii
-,,-•  n iwdei all   ne -■   ,   .   strong al
Canada Drug Si ire
Wc havi     -   | oncd up n nice line
I Lace Curtains, nev ---t designs,    C,
li ll-ii,.- .*. i     Ltd
Bews Is prepared lor i. il veil In r
ir Sodas never tasted In tter,   A
largo p.ilm 'ner in the rem       tore
unfair l,,
ii.
■eel Mr. landmark tu
I'll'   "oil-ill I   Ihu
bill
CITY COUNCIL.
Regulni meeting last night. Present: The Mayor, Aid. Aln-alianisoii,
Caley, Palmer, Tapping, and Trimble.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE,
R. Gordon,asked (or leave of absence
to attend meeting of Electrical Asso-
ciation at N agara Fulls.
The Mayor said Mr. Goi'lon hnd
also requested the Council to contribute towards the expenses uf his trip,
Aid. Trimble considered tlie city
ought to niiike a grunt as Mr, Gordon
would oltnin it lot of information of
vnl ie to the city,
Aid. Tupping said if Mr, Gordon
was going una holiday ho should pay
his own expenses. If he was going in
tlm interest of the city lie should got
bull his la re.
The .Mayor considered Mr. Ho.dun's
trip would he in llio interest of the
city nud ihey should make the grant.
Aid. Caley was willing Mr, Gordon
should havo bis time while nwny.
Aid. Abriibiinisoii said .Mr. Gordon
was gi-lling high pay ami should bo
able to tako threo weeks holiday and
pay bis own expenses.
Aid, Palmer thought if he was going
on civic business an allowance should
be made, nnd moved three weeks
leave of absence bo granted, salary as
usual und "foil allowed towards expenses.   Aid, Trimble seconded.
A 1,1. AbialiaiiiHon ami Caley said
they would oppose any sueh resolution.
The Mayor I ben asked that tho ffiO
grant be cut out and the inctinji was
amended nccordingly and carried.
Md. Palmer tliei veil thai (150
ho granted towards Mr, Gordon's expenses tu obtain information ou electrical mallei's.
Aid. Trimble seconded.
On the ipieslion being put the
Mayor, Aid. Palmer and Trimble
voted lor It, and Aid, A bra ha instill,
Caley nnd rapping against,
The Mayor declared the in lion lost,
,oi:i:i-i-,,m,i ".< i .
No. I Fin- Brigade urged lire hosi
bo put in i ipera House.—Red rred to
Aid   TriniHo
• boiild be paid,
Aid. c ley nnd Alirnhiiinsiin considered, in view nl Mr. 1,in,I,nark's ex-
pinna!ion, the city should piy it, ns ii
wn* not foil- to make ii i personal
charge iiiainsl llllll.
The Mny,,,- said there were people
wliu would be ready to r, proanli llie
counoil lur making ihis grunt.
Mr. landmark: Are you ready to
admit ymi should grant us lire proton-
lion? I nm certain >■ u would lie supported in lhat,
'lh iincil decided lu pay llio firemen and io further onquirn concerning the liability ol the mill.
TUNlllfHS
The following tenders were received
fur painting No. I lire hull: 11. Siegfried 111,,, inside main liiill $42; (ao-
copied) Pinker and Jninieson .$2(15,
llcFiilvcil Ihal work be done under
supervision of Aid Al rnhiimson.
A OU1GVAKOK.
.1 A. Stone complained nf chimney
ut lire hull endangering Ids house and
il wus resolved to tako it down,
NOTiri:.
Aid. Tupping gave notice to move
next meeting that all parties within
ihe city limits pay 'ight and wnter
dins without, any exception whatever.
INIMl'KOVIfl! TAXATION.
Aid. Tapping suggested that Mr.
Taylor, M.P.P., be invited to attend
council with view to getting him to
support increased taxation on unini
proved lands.
(HlAHiTAltl.1* All..
It was resolved to pay hull fare to
lake Mrs. Johnson and hoy to coast.
SUNIjKIES.
A.Cowie applied (or permission to
tup drain on First Street.—Granted.
ll was resolved to require parties to
remove obstructions from sidewalk oil
Front street.
Aid. Abrahamson complained the
C. P. R. had not removed tho bunk at
the crossing ns required by the Railway Commission.—It wns resolved to
represent the mutter to Supt. Kilpatrick.
11. A. Haubury's application for an
electric sign was grunted.
Aid Tupping complained the oity
got nothing from tho circus us tho
ground they showed in wns beyond
the city limits.
COLUMBIA UlVlflt  BUMCtK,
Aid. Ahrahnnison urge,I that us the
C P. R. were going to construct a
now steel bridge across the Columbia
river they should communicate with
the government and urge that an
arrangement bo made willi the company to put in u trallic bridge ill conjunction with the railway bridge.
For Carpets, Linoleums uud Wall
Paper, go to Hume & Co.'s.
F,,r first-class cotl'ee try u pound ol
our own blond ol Mocha and Java,
only loc. per lb.   C, B, Hume & Co.
Ilunyaili waler, Apenta water, Buffalo Lilhia, and several other makes ol
ianu,us ininernl waters always sold at
the Canada Drug Store.
S. McMallOll has a line stock of
buggies, wagons and agricultural im-
pli-iin-nts. lle li is the agency for tho
John Deero ploughs, Canada Carriage
Co's buggies, Planet garden seeders
nml cultivators, This week he shipped
twu fine buggies lo the onler of A.
Iiamy itt Ferguso:.
IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL
' FIND IT HERE.
NOTICJ
LAND NOTICE
SUTII I   Is
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l
ciiVKN ii,,i ilxty day"
llm Hon. Chief
i I Works Inl pelminion
- Ill    l Inn ,   el,i -,-■
. ted nn tlm
M.   Ill I    oneeejlil
■  ■ l , .-:.. I -li I' Kane .
■ ..,,. .■ ,.. rill --■ 1'liiiinn:
ll ;  JO elm in-.
easterly follow-
 , less to
,,.. hundred
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t.W.k L. committee to report. The Stores ,-i the town will close
W. Cowan, regretting manholes on during the months of June, July and
treetswen open  -      ng, but hi was A,..,,., ,,  |  ,, ,„. euoh Wednesday.
expecting covers        I      md would visl)ing tr, doabopping on thai
have theni cl I. will pit isi  do so before closing
II. Langhl      isk   _   en
building  near   Victoria   II- *•  —Re- 	
lei ml to W :■'.- - ' ■ -—  "   ~~
■
The Mayor repi rti ! !- ;- ll  Is
-
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dai
M      • ,
;
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P. Lindm
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nml lb,- old
t had
to lie done p,
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  . i ,i       is wi   , - ■   rin
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nterested ill the I ind
they Ih.ii
Kan   - |,-  they  gave the - -
free li-ilii ami water. II" therefore
,- ed H i to withdraw the claim,
fin Mayo ,--,!. Idered the firemen
shuiild have been paid whoever paid
th, in.
Mr, Floyd soi,l tho bill was n ndi n il
in usual 	
Aid, Tapping j-,u,| they mi
nine whal the town owed to Mr. landmark's enterprise and in viev  ,1 I he
del ij in lending in the account it mu
W uro ricoiving New Goods all the time, and keeping our stick complete and up-to-
date.   Here are some New lines this week.
DRESS SKIRTS LATEST STYLES
in Hie Newest Stylos and Colorings.    They are all good Tweeds—lengths 118 to 44,
LADIES BELTS ALL NEW
The swellest Iol yet shown,—Silk Hells iu White, Blnck, Myrtle, Navy, Cardinal, Blue,
LEATHER BELTS, iu Black, While, Myrtle and Brown.
Collars! Collars! Collars! Collars!
Linen Collars, Plain, at 15c. Hemstitched at 20o,, Kmbruideriod Turn Overs, In
big variety, at very luw prices.   We have them at IOc, I2}c, 15c, 20c. and up.
HOSIERY HOSIERY
Our lines in Hosiery ciuuiot be equalled.     We have Hie largest stock and the greatest
variety, as well as the lowest prices in town.     Thoy comprise Cotton,] Lisle, Gauze and
Cashmere, in Black or Tan, plain, einbroideried nnd open work.
CHILDREN'S HOSIERY—All Sizes, all weights, all prices.
DRAWN WORK DRAWN WORK
Made of thc best linen, with beautiful patterns, all hand made. Doylies, Tray Cloths,
Table Covers, Sideboard Covets, etc.   See them in our window.
ART SILKS ART SILKS
For Draperies, Kimonas, oto, Pretty designs, colors that wash, 36-iiichos wide—75u.
pel' yard.
We can supply you with everything for Fancy Work—Stamped Linens, Embroidery
Silk, Biittenhui-g Braid, Thread, Rings, Aiubroidcry, Hoops, etc,
•i*     IMI C LETS!" IN" JL 1ST & C O IMI IP .A. 1ST "Y"    -it*
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W A N T ED
WANTHD-An energetic woman,
yiiung or middle-aged, lo net as
agent, Liberal commission. Apply
at Ihis Olliee.
THE BILL BOARD
It. TAPPING lias s'ocnroil tlio rlght-of-
fruuehtso ab Bill Foster for the Onuadian ami
American Bill'Poslors Association In tho City
of Revolstoko, mid having tho lull boards, ho
le now proparod to du nil kinds of advortlsing
on tlio .-inini.
Basket Social
JUNE  19th
In Selkirk  Hull.    A good time lor
all and it handsome smoking set for
one.     It costs nolliing to come ami
see
BAND  IN  ATTENDANCE.
Pleasos overy smokor the " Maroa
Vuelta."
Buy yuur lacrosse sticks  Irom  W
Smythe.
TENDERS WANTED.
rpl'.NIH'.US iiililmxsi'il tn II. Cn.ik will la' re-
I rpivt'il ii|i till 12 o'clock, noon, on Saturday,
.iuin' 2nd, fur the cnimtnictloii nf a fence, Grand
Stand, ami Jwlgea1 Hliunt at thu (lace Truck.
Plans ami BtieulHoftHoiw may he semi at the
olilco of U. Smith, P.Ii.S.
The lowest or any tender not   nucussiirlly
nn'-njittiil,
Ti'iidi'is must hi' iiccnminuiled hyacertlHod
check fur tun per cent of llio amount of said
tender,
II. COOK, Secretary.
rpO LHT- Two-ioomed cottage, fill'-
I nisliril, it mi nu tea walk ftoin 0,
I*. II. shops, cast. Apply to llohson
& Hell, Rovulstoku,
Circus Day at Revelstoke
Wednesday, June 13th
\,\\\) NOTICE
SOTIi K I IVI
-   , ■ to tii* Hon   ' lifel
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NothinK bottor than   "Our -Special."
Positively We Are Not Knockers
Where did inn gel thai Idea ?
IT'S OUR YALUES THAT KNOCK
Wa hear real knocking ? "OLD HIT HIM A LICK''
down the street works overtime at it advertising us.
i ll ndi
the business
giv,- prompt
ing pun based
,1 ,1. II Smith, will
ervico,
BROWN'S   CIGAR
Tol   96 GOOD   QOODS
Cigars,       Tobaccos,      Conlccllmiorj
STORE
P 0 Box 44
Ice trciim Sniliis.
BAGGAGE DELIVERED
AND TRANSFERRED
Iiim Speoial Attention
Leave Drders ul Lavyronce's Hard
wan Store ur Central Hold Fronl
Street,
I DORSES
iUSEUM
lot ible Menagerie
8
Scores of Trained Wl
23 Merry Clowns
-     rm BuumuL-
Le Fleur T™ez
10 Lovely Ladies of Faultless Form in Classic
Poses on A Great Revolving Pedestal.
11 Arabian Tumblers
Oelet>ra,ted.
^%Slirk (10) Fami
-' \     '   A       Imsrics't Ortsltit Cycllili inl Mill Siiltn
Reckless Rough Riders
JM SHETLAND PONY BALLET
M^Picrt
Aerinhsts Supreme
7
H$ Only Lady in thfl Entire World who throws
SOMKRSAULTS On tin- Nekcd Book of
n Swiftly Running Horse.
r * ^ijnisi SEALS & SEA LIONS
M,s ft COMPLETE JAPANESE CIRCUS
,/(9 SENSATIONAL EQUILIBRISTS^
H^^Oflly Lady Japanese Artists in America
20 Astonishing Acrobats
HIGHEST JUMPING HORSES
ieilS:l'l!KI:OMINIi
CAMELS, LLAMAS AND BOS INDICUS"
SUPERB
,, x .GARLAND
\     \ ENTREE
CAKE WALKING HORSES\ .
TRAINED IMPORTED ARABIAN STALLIONS
PIIBFOEMANOBS A.T 2 A.NU 8 P. M.

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