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 ICE   CREAM
and Soda Drinks
EVERY DAY AT
Bews' Drug Store
The Mail-
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Vol. 12,-No. 78
REVELSTOKE. B. C. MAY 23, 1901!
FINE WRITING PAPERS
Th-l.-i,lies' Delight,
NEW   BOOKS
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BEWS' DRUG STORE
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$2.50 Per Year
Mail
Order
Uept.
C.B.Hume&Co.
Write
For
Samples
LIMITED.
DEPARTMENT STORE.
OUR   TABLE DELICACIES
Al this Seiison of the yen- you will appreciate this list of
TABLE DELICACIES The market is destitute' of Fresh Fruit and
Vegetables and you will Ik. able lo keep something nice nnil tasty
on the table by watohllig our offerings:
Crosse k Blackwell's Jams ol all kinds in Glass Jars
Crosse tl Blackwell's Jellies ol all kinds in Glass Jars
Crosse k Blackwell's Fig and Ginger Marmalade in Glass Jars
Robertson's Pineapple Marmalades in Glass Jars
Crosse & Blackwell's Jams, all kinds. .in 4 lb. and 7 lb, tins
Crosse & Blackwell's Marmalade in 4 lb. and 7 lb. tins
Keillor's Marmalade in 4 lb. and 7 lb. turn
Climax Jams of all kinds  in 5 Ib. Pails
Climax Jellies of all kinds in 5 lb. Fails
California Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Plums in 2) lb. tins
Rajah Brand ol Sliced, Grated and Whole Pineapplo in tins
Tartar Brand of Peaches, Pears, Raspberries, Strawberries
and Plums in 21b. tins
Usher's Brand of all kinds of Fruit and Vegetables. .2 lb. tins
Pie Fruits put up in Gallon Tins—fresh in.
,j£f[A  SHOES
■*r  I     \\ Jnf Our New Spring slock of
DRESS SHOES
WEARING SHOES
SPORTING SHOES
11 TENNIS SHOES
"Ti        Are Here for You.   Come
-IJ Here and See Them.
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINKRY-SKCOND FLOOR.
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Store! at Arrowhead and Revelitoke.
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Lawn Mowers
Agate Wall Finish
Wheelbarrows
Rakes
Estimates on Plumbing Work
Netting for Poultry Yards
Cutlery
Electric Supplies
Hammocks
Assorted House Paints
Racquets
Dynamite
Water Hose
Ammunition
Refrigerators
Enamelled Graniteware
DISASTROUS
TRAIN WRECK
New Steel Bridge at Twin Butte
Topples Over—Engine and
Two Cars go down in Smash
—Fireman Corbett Killed.
At lOo'clin-k nil  Mondav morning
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the lirst scOlioil ul 0. P. It. express
Nn. Oil met with nn accident at Twin
Butte east of the city. The locomotive, tender and Iwo cars uf fish dropped through the bridge. The engine
wns in charge ul Engineer Jack Purvis nnd Fireman Corbett. Engineer
Purvis escaped eriuus injury although
he went duivii with his engine, and
his escape is must miraculous. Poor
Corbett, tbe fireman, however, met
with instant death, not having a
chance for bis life. He apparently
was on tbe gang plank between the
engine nnd louder when the accident
happened and was crushed tovdeath
between the tender and boiler head of
thc engine where he was found by tbe
wrecking crew. No one else on the
received any injury whatever,
as the engine, tendei aud
went over the couplings
air brakes being in
GLORIOUS TWELFTH
At a meeting uf L. 0. !,. No, 1(158,
held on Friday evening  last  it wns
I decided tu celebrate the lit h of July
this year with  their brethren at Bill-
iiiiiii Arm.
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CHARGED WITH MURDER.
Charlottetown, P. E, I„ May 21.-
Charged with the murder ol John Ho-
Pheo ol Orwell who died last Saturday
ns n result ol drinking whiskey glvon
him by Alox. Oil lis ol Orwell, nnd
Alex. D. Gillis ot Grandview, botli
these young men nnd the widow ol the
deceased have been arrested and
ledged in jail.
train
As soon
two curs
broke  and
the
Cheap and
Out of Sight.
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK
t SLAUGHTER SALE OF RAZORS AND SHAVING MATERIAL
'^<tl^^ll'^^ltllltl$ll^'tl^^^ltl^,at''$lH'l'''0lIlltt
stantly applied held the remainder of
the train un the track.
The bridge which buckled is a steel
one being built by the Dominion
Bridge Cunipany ol Montreal, and was
being put in to replace the old wooden
bridge. Underneath the bridge at tho
time of tho accident nine men were
working und only escaped death by
making a run when they saw tho
bridge sway from side to side and then
topple over into the gully about 75
feet below.
It will bo some days before the
bridge can be ropaired sufficiently to
allow of traltio to pass over it, in the
nu a ti time a transler ol the passengers,
mail and express is being made over a
foot-bridge.
The two ears of fish, about 80,000
lbs. and valued at $15,000 is a total
loss.
The funeral of the unfortunate
fireman took place yesterday afternoon
from Howaon's undertaking parlors to
thc C. P. R. depot, the remains being
shipped to Mission Junction where
the parents of deceased reside. The
funeral arrangements were under the
direction of the B. of L. F. The
father and brother of deceased were
present at the funeral, returning home
last night. Much sympathy is expressed lor the family in their sad
bereavement.
FIELD PARTIES SENT OUT
KILLED ON
THE TRACK
Herbert Harward Falls Asleep
on the Track and is Run
Over by a Freight Train near
the Eddy Mill.
X sad accident occurred about midnight on Sunday, just west of the
Columbia bridge, when Herbert Har-
wnrd, well known in the city, lost his
He,   It appears that Harward was in
tbe city on Saturday evening and wn
under the influence of liquor when he
left- for the boarding house at the
Revelstoke Sawmill Co's. mill, where
he was employed as an edger. In
going along the railway he lay down
on i he track, with his head resting on
a rail, in which position he must have
fallen asleep. The place where the
accident occurred is on a curve and
the engineer, Dave Calder, did not see
the man on the track until he wns on
toi) of him, and the distance was too
short to stop the train until the engine
and a few of the oars had passed over
the body.
The Coroner was immediately taken
to the scene ol the accident and the
body was brought into the city.
The deceased Mr. Harward was
about 50 years of age and a native of
Toronto, Irom which city he came to
British Columbia about fifteen years
ago.
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GRIP AND PASSWORD.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Prolonged Struggle over Education Bill in Imperial House-
Dominion Budget Shows Surplus of $12,000,000,
[UY Till r.UKAl'll I
St, I'.ti'i, Mny 88.—J.J. Hill reiterates   llllll   hu   fully  iippreeiiili-s llrnt
Canada's trade Is lur Canada nnd in
building Irom Vancouver tu St. Paul
ho dues nol contemplate diverting
triiHio lo the Stutes.
London-, Muy 23.—There is every
indication of a prolonged Struggle
over the education hill which is now
being debated in the House of Commons. Lively altercations and strenuous opposition innke progress slow.
St. Petersburg, Mny 28,—The long
awaited political amnesty will be proclaimed un May 27th, the anniversary
of the Tzar's coronation. The measure will bo limited. Convicts by tho
hundreds are already lining released In
the provinces.
Ottawa, May 23.—In making his
budget speech yesterday, Minister of
Finance Fielding said thc surplus
would be over twelve million dollars.
Hon. Geo. E. Foster in congratulating
the country on prosperity, pointed out
that Liberals had reaped where the
Conservatives had sown.
SHREVEPOBT, Ind., May 23.—A negro boy named Tom Jaokson, who
robbed a whito boy ol one dollar nt
Blanshard, was lynched there today.
ROME, May 23.—The main achievement of thc postal congress which
ended last night, was tlie cheapening
of heavy postal rate un heavy letters.
Fairiianks, Alaska, May 23.—The
entire business section of tlie town
was destroyed by lire yesterday. The
food supply was nlso burned nnd much
suffering will result. The lost is estimated at one million dollars. No
lives were lost.
BOURNE BROS.
Groceries, Hardware. McClary's Stoves.f.Etc.
Onion Sots, Flower Seeds,  Farm & Garden Seeds,
Garden Tools.   A Largo Assortment.
Hollywood   and   Sherwin   Williams'  Paints,   Oils,
Varnish, Turps, Alabastine, Muralo, Etc.
ur 6 took of Groceries,  Fruits   and   Vegetables,
is always Fresh.
BOURNE   BROS.      Mackenzie Avenue
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We have left a few j-Acre Villa Lots, suitable for Fruit
Culture ami Market Gardening, which may he purchased en 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 affer this season within such
easy reach of the City, and intending purchasers should not delay
in making their selection.
KEVELSTOKE LAND   COMPANY LTD.
Agents, Revelstoke Insurance Agency, Ltd.
i. o. F.
J. Irvine,  Deputy  Supreme  Chief
Ranger of the Independant Order of I cjtt| ifniversity
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First, in   regard to "sectarian
CORRESPONDENCE.
B. C. University.
Editor MAII.-HKItAI.D.
May I say a few words with reference to your editorial on the "B. C.
University" in yuur issue of Saturday,
19th inst. I would like to guard
against any inisappreheiiBiun uf the
position which the Presbyterian
Church takes in regard tu tlie Provin-j
E. J. BOURNE,
Boots & Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
ARROWHEAD
Foresters,  who has been in the city
ji'nl-
for the past ten days, paid a visit to ] ousy" the editorial says  "the act!
Court Mount Begbie, No. 34(11, at a taken by the sectarian bodies meet
special meeting of the Court lost night at Victor
and initiated nine applicants with the <j
RIEL'S LIEUTENANT DEAD.
Robtherk, Man., May 21.—Gabriel
Dumont, the man who furnished the
skill to conduct the Riel Rebellion in
the Canadian Northwest, died suddenly near Batoche on Saturday morning.
His death was not expected, as he had
not been ailing previously. He was
about seventy-live years of age, but
quite robust, Dumont figured in the
rebellion as Riel's lieutenant. In
reality lie conducted the campaign
which thrilled all Canada. Afterward
he escaped to Montana, Riel being
captured and hanged. Dumont was
granted an amnesty, returned to
Batoche, and settled on a river lot.
Gabriel's Crossing is named alter him
on the North Saskatchewan river, due
east ol Rosthern. Living quietly, the
Indians and hallbreeds worshipped
*•' n. A peculiar coincidence is the
death at Winnipeg on Saturday ol
Louis Riel's mothor.
Pleases every smoker the " Maroa
»imu."
LACROSSE MATCH.
Great interest centres in the lacrosse
match between Kamloops and Revelstoke on the Mackenzie Ave. grounds
tomorrow afternoon, Botli teams
have been praoticing faithfully for the
past few weeks and a closely contested
game is looked forward to. The Independent Band will be in attendance.
The game will commence at 2:30
o'clock sharp. Admission 25c., grand
stand 10c. extra,
OPERA HOUSE TO-MORROW.
The Melrose Stock Co. will appear
at the Opera House tomorrow (May
24th) night, in vaudeville. The Company have been rehearsing (or a
month and are woll up in their work.
An evening of solid amusement is
promised and a bumper house will be
(he older, At the close ol tbe performance a social dance will be given.
Government to Determine Nat
ural Resources.
Ottawa, May 16.—Distribution of
the field parties of the geologfcal stir
vey for the coming summer, for the
purpose of determining the natural
resources in every part of the Dominion, will be made to the following
fields :
The very important work of measuring and valunting the gravels uf
Bonanza and Hunker Creeks, near
Dawson, for the purpose of arriving at
a just estimate of the gold remaining
in them, is entrusted to Messrs, R, G.
McCounell and J. Keele, assisted by
Messrs. McLaren and O'Farrell.
A second Yukon party, under Mr.
Cairns, will study the rich silver camp
nl Windy Arm and will survey and
report upon the coal deposits ol White
Horse.
In British Columbia, Messrs. Brock,
Young and Boyd will furnish an
exhaustive study ol Rossland camp
and will later complete work begun in
the Lardeau district in 1904. Mr.
Leach will be employed upon the very
rich prospects of coal and other minerals in the Bulkeley Valley, on thc
upper waters ol the Skeena river, near
the line of tbe Grand Trunk Pacific.
Mr. C. Camsell goes to tbe Similkameen district to study and map that
important and newly awakened mining area, Mr. Leroy will be employed
from tbe International boundary
northward, and important discoveries
ol valuable minerals close to tide
water aro expected irom his work.
ia lately was, for a purely II.
         ..  University, apparently prompted
mysteries ol Forestry, the result of bis Ittt)?eIj by \m\ jefti0U8y between Vic-
work in tbe city. A very pleasant torill and Vanoouver, etc." If such
time was spent, several interesting' were t|10 C]l8l, it wml](li „f C0Ur8e be
speeches were made by Bros. Atkins, wortny „, condemnation, but I do not
Bell, Hooley, Fretz and sume of tlie j tljink that is the case. 1 cannot
newly initiated members.    All spoke; lpcgk f(ir othel. 0i)Uro|,e8 hut in tho
discussion that took place in the
Synod of B. C. two weeks ago there
was  not the slightest savor of any
enthusiastically of the prospects of
in view for the progress of tho Court
and with a hearty vote of thanks to
Bro. Irvine fur the new life infused
witii the members by bis visit among
them, invited him to visit them again
aB suon as possible. Bro. Irvine in a
short address gave the members some
good advice for their guidance in keeping up the interests of tho Court and
Ihe Order in general and thanked one
and all for thoir kindness and courtesy
shown him while in the city, and congratulated the ollicers fur the excellent
manner iu which they conferred the
degreo upon the newly initiated
candidates. The meeting adjourned
in the "wee sniu hours." There was a
large number in attendance and all
admitted it was one of the most pleasant meetings held by the Court lor a
lone time.
Bro. Irvine goes west Irom bore in a
few days to work in other fields, he
has been five years in connection with
the Order and has been very successful
in his work. Court Begbie wishes him
continued success and prosperity both
lur himself and for the Order.
Bro. Irvine asks that all members
of the Order in the city not connected
with tins Court, make an effort to
attend the meetings held on the 2nd
and 4th Mondays of eaoh month, and
thus keep in touch with the Order.
Lacrosse match, May 24th at 2 p.m.
Kamloops vs. Revelstoke, McKenzie
Avenue grounds. Admission 25 cents
grand stand 10 cents.
kind ol jealousy cither with reference
to Magill or the Coast cities. Tho
Synod, which comprises all parts of
B, C. and Alberts ub well, takes no
promptings from Victoria and Vancouver nnd knows nothing of local
jealousies of coast cities.
Second, the action taken by the
Synod, and I believe the same is true
ut the Methodist Conference, is truly
in favor of a 11. C. University iu ,1 the
ipieslion was dealt with on ils merits,
Tlie ipieslion nf lucatinn never enme
up iu Syn.nl, but ibe Synod was unanimous iii its opinion thut the best
interests of education would he served
by the csli.hlishiiient of u Provincial
University, Tho Synod therefore is
petitioning tbo Government to revive
the old statute ol sixteon yours ago,
and will urge that a land grant lie set
aside to serve ns an ciiduwnnicnt In
years to enme.
Third, the action recently taken by
Magill in establishing un affiliated
university was nut criticised in the
least hy the Synod. It Is the feeling
of a great many that while 11. C, has
been slow iu the matter of university
work, Magill deserves much appreciation Ior its work in our Pruvinco.
Thanking you for publishing Hub
explanation of the Synod's position
nnd spirit in regard tu this important
question,
Yours sincerely,
J. R. ltOllKKTSON.
(Fnnn oin Own (-,„,,j,,...«iu.ti. .*  »
Miss Assnii, of Caniuure, Alta., is
visiting her brother, Mr. Assun, of the
C.I'.R.
Misses Hiilhcrt are the guests of
Mrs. Donovan.
II, N, Serelh, of Calgary, spent a
few days here recently.
A sad death occurred in uur town
on Saturday morning when Mrs.
Samuel Irvine was called home. During her few weeks' illness Mrs. Irvine
liiul must tender cure und the best
ineilical aid that cuuld lie procured,
In Arrowhead she leaves a husband, a
sun, Raymond, und one sister. Miss
McKay, all of whom have the sympathy ntn large number nl friends in
their great luss. Deceased, whose
home was formerly iu Toronto, was a
resident ol Arrowhead fur some time,
and being ot n cheerful   and  kindly
disposition, wus loved by all who knew
her.    The   funeral service wus con-
dueled by Rev. Mr. MoColl, assisted
by Itev. Mr. Johnston, after which the
remains were laid to rest
Arrowhead cemetery.
(hi Friday evening Bert Sharpe took
it number of young peuple uut in bis
gasoline launch nnd hnd a narrow
escupii from being overset by running
on a log. The accident, however, wus
evnd'.'d nnd the party returned iu
ilr'y. not very late for obolr practice,
T io  ciiterliiiiiiiient   given   by  All
Saints Ohuroh was a very enjoyable
affair and consisted ol a programme
Biipi ,-r und dunce.   Tlie programme
wns opened by a short address by  the
cliiiiiiiiuii, Itev. Mr. Johnston, in which
ho set   forth  sume very   interesting
fuels.     Tlie Misses HolU'rt were then
Misses Brown, Bull, Bender and Mr.
Freitag, Judging from this short
drama, we see no hindrance to an
amateur dramatio club rb Arrowhead
that could pi.t ui. pint.- lu eclipse-any-
thiui! vol given here by our neighbors.
The programme was followed by a
supper and dance, which tilled the
remaining hours of the evening.
MECHANICS!    STAY AWAY!!
tin- new
upon lor a piano duct, which
received lund applause. Mrs, Donovan's recitation " N"o Sects in Heaven"
was much appreciated, but she very
 1,-,-lly  declined  a  recall.    Some
good vocal duets were contributed by
Miss Assun and Mr. Asson, Mrs. Fyle.
and Mr. 11. B. Kirk, Messrs. II. and
II, B, Kirk. The Holy City wus sung
very sweetly hy Mrs Lane, wl
kindly responded to an encore. Sungs
by Messrs. Hudson, H. Kirk and F,
lliinnerford were loudly applauded,
line of tho best numbers nn the programme was a performance ,,n u slack
wire by Mr. It. J. Parks. A very
laughable dialogue  was   given    by
The local Carpenter's Union have
received a circular letter Irom the
Joint District Council ol Alameda
County. California, asking all Brothers
to stay away from that district until
further notice, fur the following
reasons:
Tliis district lias been visited by
onei'fthe worst calamities that has
ever visited any pint of tlie continent,
and for a number ol months to come
mechanics ul all kinds will be walking
the streets.
The city uf San Francisco is more
than three-quarters destroyed nud is
nothing more than a pile ol burned
bricks and twisted iron, and until such
tunc as the debris can be cleared away
there will be nothing doing in the
building line.
The oitics of Oakland, Alameda,
Berkeley, and in luci all cities in the
Buy district have been more or less
damaged, and trade is nt n standstill
—nothing but repuir work doing at
the present time. Sun Frunciscu has
it,, place to house its people, therefore
tlie surrounding cities ure Hooded.
Ihe cily of Oakland alone, with a
normal population of 100,000, has
I,,-day 14t1,(K.Kl extra tu bouse and
feed, and a large portion ol Ihem {are
mechanics witii nothing but what
they wear.
We have ir. our midst to-day firms
that are tukiug advantage ol tbe
uditions to llood this coast with all
kinds ol men. Employment agencies
in particular, backed by Employers
Associations aud Citizens Alliances
und one in particular, Murray 4
Beady, have seut broadcast over the
laud   their damnable   pumphletB for
il s.in,I* uf men, while the people ol
very | ihe different cities in tlie vicinity are
taxed to their utmost to feed and
house the people now here. Therefore
we v.'uuld ask you to pay no attention
tn inducements to come to this
stricken district without first finding
uut the true state uf affairs from some
reliable source. )HE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
She nDaiUlbcva^.
PUBL1SHKD WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT
REVELSTOKE, B.C.,
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Including poftago lo England, United BtnUi
und Canada.
BrthiyearlthroughpMtofllco] $--:*>
m ;•      ;:       Kg
quarter" '
ADVERTISING RATES.
1-egiil uolicoa 10 conl.- por lino iir>i Insertion
6 ft ni- per lino each sulwonuonl Intorllon
M■*■.-.•■..- n 11,!, Nonpariol 112linos mnko uut
inch). Store nml general business un
DOQnoQtnenu t--'** por Incli per month
1'n-fi-ri-wi positions, -■' por conl, ml
ditiiMl. Blrtlu, Marrlagos -and Deaths,
Joe i-iich IntorUon. All advcrtlri-oiiiunU
aut-occi to the Approval ol lho management,
Wmittxl and Condonsod Adtoril**omenin:
Ageou Wanted, Help Wanted, BIluMloni
wanted, -Situations Vacant, Toftohoi'*
WKotodi Mechanics Wanlod, in w-ardi or
Iom tSa, Mch additional lino m conU,
Changei Ui standing advertisements inn-t
win by 9 a. in, Iui-mIuj and Friday of
ofch wii-k to wonro good display,
J IB PRlKTlNOpromptlyoxocutodliToiwoTi'
able rttoa.
terms Cyb, Bubscrlplloiii paynblo In nd!
vance.
tOlUlEM'ONIiKNCK Invited on matters ol
public IntereeL Communications to Kdl*
tor mu->i b« aoooinpanlod iii naino of
writer, not nooomiily for publioatlon, bul
m evidence (jf tftxHl fnlili. Correspondence
should bo brier.
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THK NEW LAWKKNi'i: BLOCK,
McKonslo Avium-.
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AKVKY, McCAKTElt
AND l'lNKUAM,
BABBISTHBS, 80L1CIT0B8, ETC.
Urricts:  iMiiaii.u. IIaxk  Hlock, Hkvki.-
btoke, Ii, C.
.Munoj- to loan.
Oilicc-i Ilevelstoke, H. L'.: Kort Steele, I). U.
iif.o. s. McCarter,
A. M. I'lSKIIAM, J. A, Harvbv,
Itevcl-toke, II. t*. Kort Steele, 11. 0.
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J,M.Scott 1.I..H. W.I. BrlKK"-
■JCOTT   AND  BRIGGS
Barristbbb, SiiLicii'iius, Eto,
Money to Loan
suLii'iTiiiis TOR Molbons Hank
First Street. Hevelslnke, B.C
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DWARD A. HAGGEN,
Mining Engineer,
(Mom* American Institute Mining Engluoorn)
Canadian Milling InaUtUto,)
Revelstoke, B.C.
Examination of and rcpottd on Minora! I'ro'
perlicH ft SficciiUty.
Agent for Canadian Metal Company, buyorf
of zinc and allvor-load oroa.
Zinc and rilveMead mines purohns    or operated under loaBO nud bund
Financial AssljUmoq given owners and pros*
jiectorp to operate and dovolop
approvod properties,
ibe StafMberalb
" I would . , . earneatly adviao thorn for
their good to order thUpaper to bo punctually
►erven up, and to bo looked upon as a pari of
tho tea equipago."1—Addison.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1906
COMING OF A BETTER DAY
In closing his recent great speecli
on the railroad rate bill, which passed
congress yesterday, Senator Bailey, ol
Texas, struck a note that finds a pop
ular echo in the States.   He said:
"Of course. I am not 60 simple
minded as to dream that the uld dnys
of am ill fortunes and greet contentment will ever cume again tu bless the
land, but I do believe in the coming
ol a better day than this, when the
man ho knows Hint he iB just and
honest will leel that he is happier in
his circumstances than the man whose
riches have been corrupted through
injustice.
"I pray for the time to come when
we shall have a new standard to guid
ourcbildren; when we shall teach llieni
that justice is better thun power, and
lead them into the ennobling fiith
that truth shall conquer falsehood in
every home where peace abides and in
every land where men are tree.
"Under the influence of higher
ideals and more unselfish aspirations
all hate and envy will vanish from our
minds, and the only evil thought
which -till must vex us will 1* the
malice which the bad shall forever
feel toward the good, When conduct
instead of fortune is made the rule by
which we judge all men. every I y In
all land, no matter how bumblo his
parentage or how limited his opportunity, will feel the thrill ol hope, nnd
tbe carpenter's Bun will know if only
he is just and brave and bonest he
will be more respected than the lon
of any millionaire who ever walsted
his father's fortune in idle dissipation
or soiled his father's name by great
excesses."
The Brandon Sun, noting the loot
that 160,000,000 ol Canadian money
has found its way to Mexico lur investment, thinks we should be ashamed
with our country still undeveloped, ti
boast of the lact, and that Canadian!
who hie themselves to distant fields
to build up concerns under a loreigi
flag, have no cause for congratulation
SPARRING CHALLENGE.
The undersigned herewith challenges any man in tbe city of WOlbs
or under to a spurring mutch lor a
purse of ?150. Address ull communication to
K. E. Hell, Manager.
BAD MEN
AT NELSON
Three Hold-ups in One Day in
the Kootenay Lake City.
The loll,nving loonls appear iu the
l.isi issue of  the  Nelson   Daily   News
to hand :
An Italian going homo from shopping with a basket ot onus on his arm,
wns held up at the cnul chutes on the
('. I'. II. lints. A big liuni pointed u
gun ut him uud snid "bunds up." The
Italian complied cheerfully, ns he hnd
nu cush on his person nnd nfter being
si'iin-lii-d, was ullutvrd tu go. lle
couldn't describe the highwayman.
A halllup ill Iiii* west Olid wns re-
purled to Ibe police ycslerdny, llie victim claiming that no money wns
taken and that tho would-bo-robbors—
thci'O being two of them—declined to
take his wutclt und chain fnr fear ol
being traced. The authorities are a
111H- doubtful as to whother tlila particular ense was "real business" or just
a hlull'.
Another hold up on Smeller Hill
wns reported last night. It is said
thnt unc of thc orow leaving early in
e morning, whose name ciinnot be
learned wns stopped hy n mull with a
gun while coining down the hill, and
told to throw up his hnnds. He
ubcyed, but, before anything further
hiippcncd, Ihe steps und videos uf two
men were hoard, and the hold up man
with a curse, broke into thc hushes
und disappeared,
NELSON CHANGE OF TIME.
Kootenay City will shove Clocks
on an Hour.
Shall the clucks ol Nelsnn be pul OU
nn houi? usks the News.
This vexed question, which lms
come up here every summer for several years past, now seems likely tube
decided in the affirmative und, booked
hy nhnust universal public opinion, u
change will probably be made .lime I,
ub suggeBlcd at llie lust council meeting hy Aid. Seluus.
A casual canvas ut the oity yesterday disclosed un almost unanimous
feeling in luvur uf the ohltngo. There
are dilliculties tn bo overcome, but
they do not appear to he insurmountable. Many people dislike n change
ol any sort, until it is an accomplished
(net, and then they accept thc situ-
atiun and marvel at their previous
nbjectiuns. The banks und public
offices nt first ut all events mnv not be
able officially to recognize it change
and until the next schedule is announced by the railways and boat
which will not be until lall, they cun
not. be expected to fall into line
There will be u question about tin
schools, alsu, but thatoan bs arranged
fur in due cnurse, if n change is decid
ed upun, there may be u little confusion when it is lirst curried out;
that wiil promptly disappear alter the
new rule bus been in force fur n little
while. The main advantage claimed
by those in luvur of the ohange ia that
we will nil have an hour more ,-f daylight in thc evening, and that the
benefit of tliis. particularly during th
pleasant summer evenings, will a
great deal inure than compensate for
any little trouble which muy occur at
the outset when the change is first
iiniii,-.
Golden adopted the chain without
any trouble and the people there
would not now be willing to return to
the old order of things. At almost
every mine in tlie country the time
now sought to be adopted in tliis city
has been the rule, and hns worked
well.
The city council has now taken up
the mutter seriously on motion ol
Alderman Selous, and a strong eff-rt
will be made to have the ohange mads
on the lirst of next month. The mayor and the aldermen are unamiously
in favor of the move,
Pleases every smoker the " Marca
Vuelta.'
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Work Saving Soap
That's Royal Crown kind—
made in Vancouver—Largest
Soap Factory west of Winnipeg. House cleaning nnd
washing nro easy with its help
And the money saving is lh
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Booklet tells whnt, we give for
Royal Crown Wrappers. Send
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Soap.
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Vancouver, B, C.
TERRIFIC EXPLOSION.
A ti-irii o explosi n took plan on
Friday at Cobalt, Out. The large
power-house, lil'id with bovoii and a
hull tons iif ilyi.iimitt- m ur llie ninth
end of the town, was igi itid by lire,
whioh begun in u shuck a few yards
ii way, The explosion wrecked a score
uf houses and destroyed nearly evory
I'linenl glass in the town. The contents uf ninny stores were hurled by
living rucks, falling timber nnd cui by
gins., und many nre prostrated from
IIOI'VOIIB shuck. No person was scri
onsly hurt, as they were warned by
the authorities in time to lice, Splendid wurk was dune I y I'nliocniiin
Mitekiiy and Licence InspootOl' Black-
well, in the wnrk o! rOiOUO nnd fighting the llanies. About B0 houses in
tlie I'fcnch section were burned,
ludgment with cusls was given
ugitiust Mrs. Tiipiiuillii ut Nelson on
Tuesday, She sued tho K. k S. Uy.
for $1,500 damages lor the death ol
her husband uver u year ugo.
Certificate   ot   Improvements.
NOTICE
Pianola Mineral Claim, situate in the llovolstoke
-Mining Division of Woat Kootenay District,
Where loentodi-Nortli of Iron Uill   Mineral
Claim, Standard Basin-, His llond.
Tako notice that I, Job. I. Woodrow, l?,M.C. No,
118847ft, acting aa agent for myself and A. VY, Mc-
liitusli, l'.M.O. No. B88400. Goo. Jolnwmi, l-'.M.C.
S'o, IJ88027. Elizabeth McJlahon, P.M.O, Nn.
188581), inii'iid sixty days from tin- date hereof, to
apply to llio Milling He rdorfora Uortlficato of
ImprovoiuontSi for tlm purpose "( obtaining u
Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further tako uotlco thai notion, under suction 87, must in' commenced before tin' Issuance of
incli Certificate nf Improvements,
Dated this Fourteenth day of Mnv. A.I)., lmm.
■JAS. I. WOUDHOW.
NOTICE
VI OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN (thut «) daya
1\ days after dnln [iutond to apply to tlm
linn. Chlof Commissioner nf Landa and Works
for pormlaalon to purchase tho fallowing described lands, situate In tho Revelstoke Division
of Weal Kootenny District:
CommeuolUR at a poat oliuitod on tlm east,
bank of tlm Columbia Kivor, about ono-half
milo imrtli of tho mouth of Camas Crook, and
marked "('..I.It's South Wost Corner Host,"
thenco oaat60ohains; thenco north Ho chains;
thoneo wast 60 ehalus, lm tlio sumo mora or lass,
lo tho oast bank of thn Columbia Riveri thonco
fiilluwiii-' tho ninotidorinus id tlm Columbia
Rivor In a Southerly direction to tlm point of
commoncomont, containing ■Ifi" acres more or
loss.
Dulod litis Iwoiity-iiinth day of March, A. I).,
1006,
A|i, Tim. C, J. RUMENS.
Certificate of Improvements.
Cold Range lodgo, K. of P.,
No. 26, Rovelstoko, B. C.
MKKTS KVKHY WKUNUBDAY
in Oddfrltowi1 11*11 hi »
o'clock VIMHug Kiiiniiii are
cordially invited,
K. W. H. HAUKT, C.C.
(I, 11. BROCK, K. or it  &H.
II, A. IIHOWN, M, of P,
Koutuimv UiUkc No. 15A.F.&AM.
Ilia regular meet-
ii:„'~ uiv held In the
\liiFOiila    Tfinplo,
Mdl'Vllows HiilUn
in- t Iii nl Monday In
.'iicli month at b
..ni. VlriltliiKbrulh'
■rn cordially wol
C, A, ritOCUNIKU, SKQBBMBY,
SELKIRK LODGE, NO IS, !. 0, 0, F,
MoetHoveryThiii-Hili,'
ovonlnginOdtlKdlloivH
Hull at, H o'clock
V Kit iiiu; brethren cor
dlally Tnvltod to ut
tend
R, MACDONAl.D, N.ll.
J, MATHIE, Sua
WOOD YARD
I have Blurted n permanent Wood
Viird on Third street, With mv past
experience j hope tu he iu it position
to satisfy all requirement* of customers. Dry corilivood kept In stock and
supplied in nny lengths at reduced
prices for cash,
11. SAMSON.
RE-OPENED !
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FIRST STREET.
Orders for Beef and Mutton,
l'oultry, Fish and small gunds
will receive prompt attention.
nsroTiciE.
Uoldon Kaslo Mineral Claim, Bltuate In the Arrow Lake Mining Division of Kootonay Dislricl.
Where located;—Adjoining Mineral City Town-
alto,
TAKK NOTICK that 1, Kenneth I,, HurmH,
agent for Mrs. Itlten McDougald, of Nakuap.
I'ree Miner's Cerlitli'iite Nn. B 95M0, Intend,sixty
daya from tins dale hereof, to apply to the Mining
llecordor for a Certificate of Improvements, for
the purpose nf obtaining a Crown Grant of the
abovo claim.
Ami further take uotlco that, action, under section 87, iinisi in- commenced before the issuance of
inch Cortillcato nf Improvements,
Dated this 86th day of April, iww
J87 ' KKNNBTH I.. BURNET.
LAND NOTICES.
Native la liereh) given that 60 daya after date |
Intenil i" apply to the Chief Commissioner ul
Lands and \\ orks for permission to purchase the
follofflnc desrritat lands, fituate near Tete Jai	
Cache, Carll lislrlct, II U
Coinincncina at a poit planted at the south
wesl enrnerof tol IS)and mnrked -ii. n. Nagle's
northwest corner p»st| thence muth40chains,
■ ■ ■-- 1*80 chains, thence north K \ lialns
theuce «n\ I60i halns Ui point iifcommem ement,
rontalnltiK Wo n res more or less
Dated Hthday of *Vprll, :■-■
O  1!  NAOI.R,
Rerelstoke, B C
N'utico i- herel - -   |
Intenil to ap] .---. ner  I
Lands iml rt :'. ■                    I ■ it    we the
■:;-,- l-',
.1   ne I   che, Cariboi  [Utriet, B. I
comment ngato theaal
corner of Ut i" iml marked  'K M B      -       .
thence east 	
!       ■ 'I*-:.'
Pi iser Rive thence wesl
bank oflhe In-i R si I I
i
■   ■'..-. ■  |   - ..     i the point ol
I'omtnencetnet Uconi ■-■■..
Datedthe II   la    (April,IMI
K UcBRAN
Kevelstoke, Y,. C
NOTICK.
VTOTICE I- RKRKMr oivk;
^>   il.iy- ifter late I intend tc jopts to tl e
Chief CommiMloner 'if (Ands and worVs for -i
■     i at and earry away timber
,i    : ■     lowing  '■ crlbed (andu in Wert
-.   ■•        i ii ■   ■
t ;n*i-i planted on tl * imr''.
vi-'i i li   -■*■    , ■   ii".t" 'i a
month of (,fl ■ e R - ■ ind i irked   W I owai
-.      .-■ er post    thenci  vest M ehalnn i
'..i o!: thence as il SO cl i
i .-■ oe ii - 180 chain    i the poll I  of eon
.. .-,  ..- ■
,-.   f ipi    i"
r\   ' 0WAN
Pnr K HeRoan   tffanl
Something Pure
II yuu are looking for Pure
Honey we have just opened up
a consignment of   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE   COMB
In 1 lb. boxes, or in fl lb, cans
"Guaranteed Pure."
OANNED  GOODS
Our Canned Clouds are socond
to nono, nnd mure than that
wo "lluitrantcc every Can."
HOBSON & BELL,
CR0CERS, 8AKER8 AND CONFECTIONERS.
WAH CHUNGS
Ice  Cream Parlors
Ice Cream Supplied at $1.50
per Gallon.
Front Street, Revelstoke
CBRTItfiCATR OF IMPROVEMENTS,
NUI'IUK,
Completer Mineral Claim,
Situate in Lla* Arrow Lake Mining Division nf
West Kootenay District.
Where located: -Near.tlie Needles mi the Dower
Arrow Like.
rake notice that I. Kennetht. Buriiet,agent
for Annie Kelliher (Administratrix fur theoatat
nf i». II. Kelllher ilecenied), Special Free Miner1
Certificate ffo. 6875 Intend, sixty days from tht
l it-s hereof, to applj to the Mining Recorder for
tt'ertifii iteof Improvements, for tliepurpnsoof
nbtainlngn Crown Grant of tbe above claim,
And furthei take notice thataction. under Sei
tion 37, must lie commenced before tlie Isauanc
of such Certificate ot Improvement!.
Date   this Fifteenth day "f February, Ktott,
KKNNBTH L. BURNET.
|ask your dealer for
■KURTZ'S PIONEERS"
"KURTZ'S OWN-
SPANISH BLOSSOMS"
UNION    MADS    CIQAR8
Mamj.ACTupro uy
Kurtz's Pioneer Cigar Factory
I IK, Cordova St., W,
VANCOUVER, -   •   B. C.
Do You ;;■"•"■•' y,",r iV!A'!-
v Herald regularly
and "on time?" If not, kindly
notify the "line at once, either
'Phone l-i or by postal.
tfOTH
Tender for Mineral Claim Forfeited to the Crown.
Tsntlen will he 1 clvtulhy thi „„,l,-,-.i-i;>i,~i....
I„ l-i„',-|,„-k n„,,,i. ,,n Sntllnlay thn ISlli ilsjrnl
Mny, IflOB, for the pnrclmse  -f tfisnndennentlon
...I uiiiiM-il    -bill,    ,ll,i,'li    • m   ,.,rf..il,..|    !.,   Ull
Cr„wn „.i Ui,, Tiix Sal,- li,-l.| In the Court Home
it ItcveHokc. it i.. --„ .-li .I.-,-, nl Vmemliei
KKM,
Tu l,„ coml.leroil,nil tcmlnra mint l»sl Isiul
oqnnl tn tho urnel prlenni sliiin Wow, mhlcH is
,-,,,,iv ,1,-n, i" tin- amount lor which inch claim
,1 hno-i„','n i„ir<li;i*i-<l i,y tho owner nr own
,,r i„'(„r<, thn it'illi ilny ,,(.1  IBOB, Is
rs,"„n „r i,,.(',r,,' tl.., iiniii ilny ,,( Jim .
Timor with ih,-i„„-* whirl, l,;,v„.-„-,-i I ,i,,i-i
ho Tint Hale, the cost „( ailrartlslng lortemten
■nil ('r„«-n (Irani. („,-.
,„,' 'if Iliiini
BrunawloS"
I.-I \'..
4354
l'ps,'l i'rir
;in.-;'.
Knch tomler mini 1,„ acrainpnnloil i,y. choone
duly corlllleil by .. chnrtnrml honk l„r Hi,-(nil
amount thereof, i,„y„l,l„ al par al Itevolitoke, In
tavmir of tho tinnorilgneil
Therliconoi „f allnn. lessltil tonilerora ,,ill
bolmmoillntolyreturi	
I'llKIl I'HASHK.
iloverniiiniii. Agent al llovolatoke.
May llllh, IBOO.
M.  J.  HENRY'S
Kurseries, Greenhouses & $m<\ Houses
VANCOUVER, B. C,
HKAIMJI ifiTBRS KOB PACIFII VOW
fHtOWN OARDEN, HlfiW AND TlJOVfRH
-Kt-'h-' flew crop now in ^tork And nn leet
in cur ({reenhouiwe, Aak rour merehanl foi
Ihom in -e-ii'd paokagw (the doei nol hartdta
them wc will mall Bfl vagtteA, ■> packci^ of
vegetable -md flower noda (our owt wlectfon,
miiwble for H C. garden*) tot $L0f), Bpoofal
pricoa on your balk seed
It. c. OROWN KKUIT ANH OltNA
MKNTAIs TR™ now ready for 'prlng
shipment.
Bxtra niceatook of two and throe year Apple
TfOM at fW.OOper 100, $W».W per I.Wl; Mny
narrl fliimff, ll-1"! eacli, Julian Prune, two
year, (Inr, tln.Wi per Vf\ | Hu«ar I'runa, two
yenr, flan, JM.'i'i \_tiT Uf).
Pan Hat of other itock at regular priooa, No
oxpotiRo, loflu or rtnlay of fuiriiiffil.lmi or
Inspection.
[&\ mo prioe ym\r list, iicforo placing yonr
order.
flreenliii'ise PIiuiIh, Clor W'ork, RiwHnppHin,
Kniit Packatfea, rartlllKera, eto,
CATAIiOOUK rum.
M.   J,   HENRY
3010, WR8TMIN8TER ROAD, VANCOUVER, B, C.   '
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought.
Cash Prioes Palo
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
Richard R. Copeland
JOBBING CARPENTER
ANIi CABINETMAKER
Mnnllen, Slu-lvinir, Storm Doors, etc
LELAND HOTEL
KAMLOOPS
Dowtwell,(formerly ol' Uliintl Hotel, Vniii-ouveii Proprietor.
First Class House for Travellers nnd Commercial Men
Newly \Built, Newly Furnished, and the most comfortable house in the City.
CLOSE TO RAILWAY STATION.    Large Sample Rooms
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Third Street Bast,
Revelstoke
Halcyon Hot Springs
^Sanitarium.
Under the new miiniiKcini'iit]of
llAiiitv  Mcls'iiisu,  HolTiiinn   llmise
Rossland.
mllK MEDICAL WATERS of Hnl-
J. cyun uro the most curative, in Ihe
world. A perfect, niiluiitl i" uieily for
nil Neiviiim nnd Mimcilnr disouses,
Liver, Kidney nnd Stonitoh ailments
nnd Melnllie l'nlsoniiig. A nire cure
tor "That Tired Feelinir," Special
rates on all boats and trams. Two
mails ai rive and depait every day.
Telogra h communication with all
ninrtH of the world.
Tehm8-$I2 to $18 per week.   For
further particulars apply to
harry Mcintosh
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrobu Lake, S. C
Mrs. II. J. Hn.ibury Mnnagress.
First-Class Table.|
Private Dining Boxes.
Largo lllnlnRrimm lur
Hiui,|iii,ts, Hoppers, etc.
Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE
Certificate  of Improvements.
NOTICE
Poacnck Mineral Claim, situate in thn Hnvol-
stdko MiniiiK Division of Wnst Ko-itenuy
District:—
Whereloeatedt—At tnudnrd Basin, iu lho
Bit: Bond.
TAKK NOTICK that I, It. Smith', Froe
Miner's Cortiflcato No. H SA528, acting as fluent
for ('. J. Rumens, Freo Miner's Cortiflcato No.
B 884861 O. E. Robinson. Froo Miner's Cortifi.
onto Nn.BWK.Vi aud Wm. M. Haxtou's Free
Minor's Cortillcato No. B 8648.1), Intend sixty
days from date hereof to apply to tlie Mining
Recorder for a Certificate or Improvements for
tho purnose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claim.
And further, Uko imtlco, thataction under
Section 87, must bo coinmonced boforo the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this Second day of April, A.D.. 190ft.
Ap.4-2m il. SMITH,
Certificate of  Improvements.
3STOTICE.
Martha Jane Fraction and   Mittto  Mineral
Claim*, situate in the Rovelstoke MiniiiR
Divisiou of West Kootenay District.
Where  locatod :-At Standard   Basin,   Big
Bend.
TAKE NOTICE that I, R. Smith, Free
Minor's ('ertificato No. B 8H5A acting as agent
for the Prince .Mining and Development Com*
puny, Limited Liability; Free Miner's Certificate No. B 88485, intend sixty days from date
beronfto apply to the Mining Recorder for
Certificates of Improvements for tlie purtiose
of obtaining Crown Grants of tho above
claims.
And further, tako notico, that action under
Section 37, must be commenced before the
issuance of such Certificates of Improvements,
Dated this Second day of April, A. D.. 190f).
Ap.4-2m. R. SMITH.
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 30 day,
aftor date 1 intend to apply to the Hou. Chief
(!ommisaloner of Lands and Works for a special
liconse to cut and carry away timber from the
following described lands, situate at or near
tho Standard Basin, Rovelstoke district.
Commencing at a uost planted about li mil-a*-
north of Standard Mine, and marked "C.J,
R's Smith-West Corner Post": theuce north 160
chains: thence oast 40 chains; thence south
Irt)chains; thenco west40chaius to the place
of commencement.
Dated the Second duy of April A,D., 1906.
Ap. 4 2.m. C.J. RUMENS.
NOTICE
VT OTICE is hereby given that mi days aftw date
i.1 we intend tn apply to the Hon. The Chief
Commliiloner of Lands and Works for a Special
Limine to nit aad curry away timber from the
followingilcscrilmd landa iu West Kootenay District:
1. Commencing nt a past planted % chains
north from the smith west comer of lot No. 6146
■ind marked "A. I.. Cu's. N. W. corner poHt,"
t hence soul h B0 chains, HO chains nast, 80 chains
north, ho chains west tu point, of cominem-euiunt.
Dated this S8rd day of April, 1006,
*'. Cmnuieti'lng at a pnst planted 90chains
north from the south west comer of lot No. Gl4!i
nml markod "A-1.. Go's, Smithwesl comer post,"
thence 80 chains north, ho chains east, K0 chains
nouth, 90 chains went topulat of cinnmenciinient.
Dated this S8m day of Aprll,ll906.
ABROWHBAD LUMBER CO., I.I.MITRI).
111 HOTEL
Arrowhead, B. C.
Charmingly situatod on tho shores
f Arrow l,nk,-.
Good Trout Pishing,
Honls always fur hire.
Sample Roums In cnnnecllou,
Flrst-class housu for Tourists mul
Commercial men,
W. J. Lightburne, Proprietor
Mill Property and Timber Limit
For Sale.
mBMDBRS will be rortlfadbyth* undanlgU'
I oil up Ui DOO0 nn Tun- 'l*iy thn l.'ith May,
1'"'. for Iim i-'iri-u ii nf |.hn Hnw mill and Rhin-
glri mill at Uronljr Creek, lately Operated by F,
Jiilinn, and for Timbor Berth ftl, vljnining
snw mill, and containing sn nma of Hlnutl'f
.'ilium mllo1,.
Tenners for mill property mii«t be separate
from tendars for Timber Berth
W. H. PRATT.
Kevelstoke, May 8th, 1906. nil   ■
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office  Toronto, Ontario.
Ilrnnelill In tlm I'mrluesi ul Mnnlti.lin, Alberts, Hs.sltntcliewiui,
liritisi, OolombU,Ontirlo,QaiMo,
Oapltal Subecrlbed ...       •4,000,000.00
Oapltal Paid Up ....   •3,000,000.00
Reserve Fund ....       •3,000,000.00
D. 11. Wii.kiki, President t Hon. 11. Jakkhay, Vice-President.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings Ukpaiitmknt— Doposlts reoolved end Interest alloidod
at highest, eiii-it.nl fate frum (bile of ononiug iieeiiunt, nnd euin-
nounded lialf-yeurly,
llnifts sold nviiiliible in nil piit'ls uf Canada, United Stiilesaiid
Europe,   Speoial attention given to Collections.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C—A. E. Phipps, Manager.
;'-*»-*-«'V,sj-*'»j-^-'->'**-l-**-*T*|-V,-a)-,-«-,-.>-W'¥,s^
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS
For all kinds of up-to-date and reliable, fuililtliro
and Ilium., ftu nlshings go tu
R. Howson & Co., Furnishers
fr**VvW-*A-V**-A-yi-W^
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated hy Aot ot Parliament, W&.
HUM) OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. Molhon Macphkrbon, Pies, 8, H. Ewino, Vice-Pres.
Jamkb Elliot, Cieiiernl Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything in way uf banking business transacted without, un.
necessary delay.
Interest credited twice a year at current rates on Savings Bank
depusits.	
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Rkviutokk, B. C.
AWNINGS
Now that bright spring days are coining in, to be followed by the heat
of summer yuu want to keep your stoves and houses cool and comfortable.
The Beet Way to do this is to secure awnings for your windows, aud
older them from
L.   A.  FRETZ,
First Street.
NOTICE
In tho Comity Court of Wee* Kootenay, holdun at
tterelstoltoi
To Krnent Anpstim linker, known aa Gun Baker,
of Arrowhead, 1). C,
Take notice that a plaint has been entered ami
a suimiiont) Issued a-phi-H you in tlie above County Court by Qeorge Chapman of Arrowhead, B.C.,
for the sum of $160,00, being the amount of a certain chrrpitq made nml drawn by you upon the Imperial Bank of Canada, Arrowhead, B. C, and
datcil .Inly '.:Mt, llm;., which cheque waa on presen-
(-iiiim dishonored for non-payment anilremalnn
unpaid ami of which the plaintiff is the holder and
,in iirtW has been made that tho publication of a
notice of the entry of such plaint In the Mall-
Herald newspaper published al Rovelstoke, B.C.,
or four inscrtioiiH ahall lie deemed to be good and
iiitlc'lnil iM-rvice of the niimmnns upon ynu.
Vou nre required to enter a dispute note within
-'Ightdays from the Mrd day of May, 1906. being
the dale of the last publication of this notice, at
IhnltKglstrar's office at llrvclstoke, B.C., and If
ymi do not sn cnW such dinpnta note, judgmont
may Iw signed acainst you and the plaintiff may
proceed toexecut Ion.
Dated thin 10th day nf May, 190fl.
w, f„ Mclaughlin,
Depntv Ttpgislrsr.
Scott A Brig«?. Solicitors for Plaintiff. J8
Mttrinff toftUr than "our Ipsotil.'
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEHKBY GIVEN thai, thirty
days after date I Intend to apply to tha
Chiof Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
special license to out and carry away timber
from the following described lands near
Upper Arrow Lake, Woat Kootenay Distriot,
Fosthall wfttere:-
1. Commencing at a post about 6 chains south
of Bear Creek and about, four miles from the
mouth, thence north so chains, tlience eant 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, tlience west 80
chains to point of commencement.
2. Commencing at a post on south aide of Bear
Creek anil about five miles from the mouth, thence
north 80 chains, thence eant 80 chains, thence
south 80 ohains, thence west 80 chains to point of
commencement.
3. Commencing at No, 1 post north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence nouth 80 chains,
thence east SOchalns to point of commencement.
4. Commencing at a post on north aide of Bear
Creek, about, six miles from the mouth, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains tn |HtJah of
commencement. 'a
Dated May 4th, 1006,
H. 0. BOBBINS.
FOR  SALE-A   Lndy'6    Bicycle,
practically  new.   Pric«  $30.00.
Apply at Brown's Cigar .Store. ,l>
HE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE ll C
THEG.T.P.
TERMINUS
Railway Surveyors and Others
are on the Ground and have
Already Selected a Site tor
Wharves, Etc.
Preliminary work looking to the
establishment ol thellriind Trunk Pa-
oific terminus on Kai-en Island has
now begun in real earnest suys the
Vanoouver News-Advertiser. Engineers Pillibury and Hill hnve tnken
up their quarters with a corps ul
assistanli in tbe old Mission village
ul Metlakahtla, on the northern shore
ol Tuck's Inlet. From thoro the
steamer Hustler is engaged in taking
out the necessary supplies to the
townlite ol Prince Rupert. Mr. W,
0. llnys and his Inronian, Mr, Mitchell, have a.so gone up on tho steamer
Gsmusun, and will scloct a site tor a
sawmill and lumber yards iu the
neighborhood.
Engineer l'illsbury of the Grand
Trunk engineering staff, has engaged
a number of Indians to clear camping
grounds, and has selected a site un
Kai-en Island lor tho location ol a
wbarl and buildings.
As evidence that the work will pro-
ceed, and that Vancouver will reap
some benefit Irom it, Mr. V. M, Daloe,
the Powell street loat-builder, has
already shipped up a gig, ubout 30 leet
long, for the use ol thc surveyors, and
t, day will send up on the Csmosun a
neit gasoline launch, with a speed of
twelve knots, which should be ol material assistance to the engineers in
plying round the waters of Tuck's
Inlet.
With all these evidences, it is quite
certain that the Grand Trunk Pacific
Company means to keep luith with
the Provincial Govimment, and have
tlio construction ol wharves and other
necessary terminal work well in hand
before the 30th ot June, as the agreement called for. It would almost seem
also as il there were yet some prospect
of conitruction being started from this
end, in spile of stories to the contrary
MINING
The contract for the erection ol a
new hoist for tbe Centre Star at Rossland, has been let lo the Nordberg
Manufacturing Company, of Milwaukee, against nine competitors. The
new hoist will, when installed, be the
largest lode-mining hoist in Canada.
It will have a capacity of 1,200 horse
power and will be steam-driven. The
present hoist was found to be inadequate to the requirements of hoisting
the ore and waste of the Centre Star
and War Eagle ground through the
Centre Star shaft. The task ot installing the hoist and making the connection between the two mines, will
occupy several months' time. It is
thought, however, that it will be completed in six months from the present
time.
The lead bounty act has until 1908
to run, and it would be pertinent to
the question to add an amendment to
the original act. Thia is, to require
that the amount so paid ahull be expended in bona fide development work.
The inspector 61 lead bounties should
be required to certify in each case that
the amount drawn has been so expended. Were the amounts paid, so
expended, it would be certain to produce a better result than it has already.
There are properties in the Sandon
camp which have drawn liberally on
the Dominion treasury, and Irom all
the apparent facts in the case the
money has been spent outside the
country. In other cases it has been
put to worse uses. Were the condition
compulsory and strictly enforced, properties that have closed down might
now be open and on the shipping list.
The extra cost ol enforcing the
amended terms could come out ol the
amount allowed for the (ull expenditure. The idea is a correct one in
principle, The people who are taxed
to pay this bounty would be justified
in requesting that it be expended in a
way that would show a sure return on
tbe investment, instead of allowing
the money to go out of tlie oountry as
it has in numerous cases.—Sandon
Standard.
James Ritchie, an employee at the
Granby smelter, was terribly soalded
Thursday by molten metal, Irom an
explosion caus.-d by dropping a piece
ol pipe in a settling pot, He died
that ovening about eleven o'clock.
Miles Barrett, tho foreman, was also
seriously burned, and will be laid up
somo weeks.—Phoenix Pioneer.
Keijiro Nakamura, chiel metallurgist ol the Besshi c jpper mine, island
ol Shikoku, southwest uf Kube, Japan,
who is nn  important  peraonage  in
mining aud smelting in his -i. n laid
is invest igii'iug the metallurgical pm
cesses iti VOgllOat the llrii.iby mines
and smelter, in the houndiry, He
baa already-pent several il iys tit the
smelt hi); works. Mr. Nnkaniuni is
engaged in milking «lour t i the worl I
(or tbo express purpu e ol iiivestigat-
iiij- inctallii'giiail prnOi'SSOS lie is
specially inlerestod iu copper, but will
take occasion lu examine into silver,
'lead and zinc, processes on his travels.
His omployer, uno ul tho wealthiest
men in Japan, wlmnper.it-sthe ll.sshi
oopper mine, which is one of thc biggest in Japan, commissioned him tn
mako the present trip. Alter his investigations at the lluiindary mines
and smelters, Mr, Nakamura will proceed to Nelson and pay a visit tu tho
Hull Mines smelter.
MINISTER OFlllNES REPORT.
The annual ropnrt nl tho minister of
mines lur the year ending Docombi r
31, 1901), bus just been issued Irom the
government printing olliees. It is n
bulky volume, containing a masft of
statistical information, and is profusely illustrated,
The statistical tables give tho total
mineral output of the province to date,
and show in considerable detail the
aotual mineral production uf the past
year, as based on smelter or mill returns; also a summary uf the production ol each of the lost four years,
thus illustrating by comparison the
progress made in productive mining
during this period. Tho gross value
of the mineral produotion of the province during the year 1905 wus
$'22,461,325, the largest output ever
made by the mines of the provinco
and an increase ovor the preceding
year ol $3,483,966, of 18.4 per cent.,
while it is an increase over the yenr
1903 of over 28 per cent.
RAIL AND STEAMER.
Robert Wetmore, 0. P. R. road-
master on the S. k 0. division, is kept
busy looking after the road bed and
sidings of the branch line.—Armstrong
Advertiser,
Pleases entry Smoksr the " Maroa
Vuelta."
Buy your lacrosse sticks from W
Smythe.
THE CITY EXPRESS
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,
etc., to any part of the City.
Any Kind of Transferring
TELEPHONE NO. 7.
SEE
Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Tea servicei Flower Pots
Plates Umbrella Standi
Baskets Lunch Baskets
Cane Chairs Smoking Jackets
Handkerchiefs Silk Goods.
GOLD FISH
Flneit stock ot candles and fruits ln town.
Front Street, Revelstoke
This
Trade Mark
Stands For
Quality
RIQI6TERK0 TRADE MARK
No matter whether it is on overalls' shirts, smocks or gloves, it
means much to you. It's our fjuar-
anlee that the garments arc Union
made from the best of materials,
and for fit, finish and durability
cannot be surpassed.
WmJ.Mclftaster&Sons
LTD.,
MANUFACTURERS
VANCOUVER,    &   C.
A CLEVER PARODY.
Sing a s-iiig ,,l pe-tilt'iue, a i- lun
lull n( ive, lour anil two 'J' SU |«- Is
dancing iu hi* eve; when Ins i-jct- were
opened, li- sli'.n id f r hi- life, « ,81,'t
In- n pre iv ,- ii'iip lo go before his
.vile? li,- li i was tu llie |,.,|-| t ii •
dot 11011 li I l.i- iliair; his baits were in
ine hallway, hi, goat was on tlio .hiir,
his iroti.-iTs in ihe kitchen, his cullar
un a shell, but lm li isn't any ii"li n
where he was himself. When the
morning .vat-breaking, someuiie he rd
him call—bis head was in lho ionium
Which was lln- best ul all.
CONDEMNED TO DEATH.
ST, I'I'.tkiisiiuiiu, May 21.—It is
rumored thai the Military Comt
which has -u-n Investigating the
surrender ui Port Arthur and the
buttle ut tlio Sea of Japan has condemned lu lie iill Ijieul.-Clell. Stiiessil.
who Coliiiiiaiiiled the Russillll lurci-s ill
Port Arthur and Roar ■ Adiuiuil
Nebogatulf, wliu oonint ..tiled ono ol
Ad mi ru I llujoioiisky's tquadrons, und
who sin rendered iiuring1- the naval
liattle tu the .lapiiuese,
SYNOPSIS UP REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE DISPOSAL OF DOMINION LANDS WITHIN THK
RAILWAY BELT IN THE PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.
A LICENSE to cut Umber can be acquired nnl) tit'public coiupeUtioii, ..
rt-ntul ot |ii pm- square mile is chaigcii
fur ull timber bci-Uis except those situ-
uled west of Yale tor which the renlul is
at the rate of 5 cents per acre per annum.
in uddltion to the rental, dues al the
following rates are ahurgett:—        ,
Sawn lumber, Co cents per thousand
feet B.M.
Railway ties, eight and nine feet long,
I 1-2 und 1 3-1 cents each.
.Shingle bolts, 25 cents a cord.
All other products, 5 per cent ou Ihe
sales.
A license Is issued so soon as a berth
la granted, bul lu surveyed territory no
Umber can he cut on a berth unlil Ihe
licensee has made a survey thereof.
Permits lo cut timber are also granted
at public competition, except in the case
of actual settlers, who require the tini-
i.m-1- for llieir own use.
Settlers and others may also obtain
permits to cut up to nu cords of wood for
sale   without  competition.
Tlie dues payable under a permit are
11.50 per thousand feet B.M., for square
timber and sawlogs of any wood except oak; from 1-2 to 11-2 cents per lineal
foot for building logs; from 12 1-2 to a
cents per cord for wood; 1 cent for fence
posts; II ceuts for railway ties; and 5(1
cents per cord for shingle bolts.
Leases for grazing purposes are Issued
for a term of twenty-one years, at a
rental of two cenls per acre per annum.
Coal lands may be purchased at IU
per acre for soft coal and 120 for anthracite. Not more than 320 acres may be
acquired by one Individual or company.
Royalty at the rate of 10 cents per ton
of 2tui pounds Is collected on the gross
output. ,   ,
Entries for land for agricultural purposes may be made personally at the local land ofltce for the district In which
the land to be taken up Is situated, or
If the homesteader desires, be may, on
appllcaUon to the Minister of llie interior
at Ottawa, the Commissioner of Immigration at Winnipeg, or the local agent for
the District, within which tbe land Is
situated, receive authority for some one
to make entry tor him.
A fee of 110 Is charged for homestead
ontry.
A settler who baa received an entry foi
_ homestead, Is required to perform the
conditions connected therewith under ono
of the following plans:—
ill At least six months' residence upon
and cultivation of the land In each year
during the term of three years.
It Is the practice of the Department to
require a settler to bring IS acres under
cultivation, but If he prefers lie may substitute stock; and 20 head of cattle, to be
actually bis own property, with buildings
for their accommodaUon, will be required
Instead of cultivation.
(2j If the father (or mother, If tho father Is deceased) of any person who Is
eligible to nuke a homestead entry under
the provisions of the Act, resides upon
a farm ln tbe vicinity of the land entered for by such person as a homestead,
the requirements of tbe Act as to residence prior to obtaining patent may be
satisfied by such person raiding witii the
father or mother.
(3) If the settler bat his permanent
residence upon farming land owned by
him In the vicinity of his homestead, the
requirements of the Act as to residence
may be satlslled by residence upon the
said  land.
AppllcaUon for patent should be made
at the end of three years before the local
agent, sub-agent or a homestead Inspector.
Before making application for a patent,
(lie settler must give six months' notice
in writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his Intention to do so.
W. W. OORI,
Deputy Minister of Ihe Interior.
Ottawa, Februray llth, IMI.
INEXPENSIVE
~^twm'' '**^
iii
It ia not tho prioo you pay for a furaaco that mukos it oheap
or expensive, but the fuel it afterwards oonsumos.
A common furnaco may cost you $5 or $10 loan than a
" Sunshine," but if it outs thia up the lirst winter in oxtra fuel.
-what do you gain? Nothing, but all the annoyanoo and extra
work that go with a poor furnaoe.
Tho "Sunshine" is in uso from Halifax to Vancouver,
and wo have hundreds of tostimoniala from ploauoil users.
Sold by enterprising (Ionium everywhere.   Booklet free.
MXIar/is
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ST.   JOHN,   HAMILTON.
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BOURNE BROS., Sole Agents.
a. *. r.'TJWi.*«^.-.-■„. us
TH£ REVbLSTOS-CE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct trom Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
E.EYBLTSOKE, B. O.
—I nngrrnr ———
HOTEL VICTORIA
(Under   New   Managementi
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   C
Kil'st-clns aicuiiiiiiiiihiiiuii fnr travellers.
Host brands ol Wines, Spirits, uiul
Cigars,
RATES $1 AND $150 PER DAY
REE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS
is
sh m
Represent the acme of perfection in
athletic footwear. They are made
over all styles of footform lasts and
come in either Tennis or Oxford cuts.
For durability, grace and comfort
"Maple Leaf outing shoes have no
equals.  Ask for them at your dealers.
J. LECKIE CO., LTD.
Queens /fofe/
COMAPLIX
Ikst brands of Wine;;, Liquors and Cigars,    Travellers to
Fish Creek will lind excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG,
Proprietos
{ P. BURNS   &   COMPANY,    LIMITED.  '
lll-'ADOri-'ll'K:   l*\l.,..iiiv,   .UlimiTA.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Packers anil Dealers in Urn Stock.   Markets in all the prlnclpsl Cities ami
Towns „( Alberta, llriiisli Columbia anil tho Yukon.  Packers „( (he Celebrate,! Brand
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/a*-   REVELSTOKE, B. O.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
Newly built.     First-class in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1.50 per Day, Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
LOANS NOTARIES
"SIBBALD & FIELD
HAVE
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITV
-J    INSURANCE CO.MOX COAL
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NOTICE
NOTICE Is lioroby glvon Unit thirty days
nfter tlnto I iiitoiul tn apply liiilio Him.
Chlof Commissioner ol Lands anil Works for a
special licouso to cut and carry, away timber
from the following doscribod lands In tlio District of West Kootenny:
Commencing nt a post markod "J. Whim-
combo's snath wost corner post, pliintoil at
Snowdeii's south oust cornor, theuco north sn
chains, tlienco oast 1(1 chnlns, thonco soulli "HI
clmius, thence west Hi cliuias to poult of commencement,
April 28th, 1».    JOHNWHITTI(.01)HE.
LAND NOTICE.
NOTICK is hereby itiv.ni that 60 (lays aftor ilato
I Intenil to apply to Uie Chlol Commissioner
of Lands nml Works („r |ieriiiis»i,,a I,, pnn-linse
Uie following described tails ou the "Uir wilga
wagon mail. Arrowhead Mining Dlvh Wosl
Kootenay District!
Commencing nt a posl about ten elinlns soutli
I the s-inilo post „n tlio "Big Lodge" wagon roai
ninl markod "C. M. Symons nnrtli west corner,
tlience east iu i-linills, Uicnee south 111 clmiiis,
llienco west 111 chains, thonce uortli 10 chains to
ii„lnt nl commencement.
Dated May lit, 1906. ,.„.„„,„„„.
NOTICE.
NOTICK Is hereby given Hint thirty days alter
date I Intend t„ apply t" the linn. Chlof
CiimiulMlnner nl Lnnils anil Works, l„r a speoial
lii-ense to out and carry iimiy timbor Ir the
following described Inmls i
1, Commencing at n pml plantod on the east
bank of (he imrlli lork ,,( Fife Oreok, al I .',
miles above the forks ami marked "li- P. Ilonry s
mirth i-iisl corner posl," lln'ii™ west in cm in,
thonco soulh nm chains, lln'in-e I'lisl- ™ chains,
thence north nm rhahw t,,p„int ol,- lencomenl.
!, Ciiiiiiiii'iielng at n pott planted on tl asl
bank „t the north fort „( File uroek, aboiil .-,
iiiiles abovo the (orks and martini "I-*,. P. UMirjri
nnrtli went rumor prat," tllOtlOO smith Illll ehaiiis,
thence east III elinlns, Ihenco ina-lli Iim elinlns,
thonce west ei chains lo pnini ol commencement,
.1. Commencing at a post planted on lho oast
bank nl the norlli lurk „l I'ifo Creek, ahmil (,|
milos from the lurks nml iiiarki-d "F,. P. Henry's
smith,mst corner post,' llienee imrlli Iim c halns.
Ihence wost 411 cliiiins, llienee smith UUI I'lialns,
thenco enst 40 i-halus tn point "I comraoiicomonl.
4. Commencing at n post tilnnteil nn the oast
lunik of lho nnrlh lurk of Fid, Creek, about (1
milos above the larks ami iniirkuil "F. P. Henry's
soutli wont oornur post." thence north SO chains
thoneo east 80 chains, thoneo smith so .'Ii.iI.ih
thonco west 811 chains to point of i-oiniiiem-ciiient
6, Commencing at ll post planted on tlio west
hank nl the mirth lork „( Fife Crook, nboal Bj
miles above the forks, nnil marked "F. P. Henry's
north oust corner post," thence west hli chains,
thoneo ..milli 80 rliains, tin-lire enst 80 i-hahn.
thonco nnrlh 80 chains tn point „1 i-oiiinieiieiiiiieiit.
o. Commencing nl a post iilnnteil on tho west
bank nt the nnrlh fork ,,( File Crook, about SI
miles a1s.ro the forks anil marked "li. P. Henry's ■
south oust corner poit." tllohce  til UIU >■ nuns. |
thonce wesl In chains, tlionco south 160 chains,
thonce onst 40 ehains to point nl I'nlnnii iii'iil.
7, Commonolng at a poit plantstl „n tho west
bank ol the ln.rt.li (nrk of I lln Creek ami nlioiil ll,
miles above (lie links anil marked "K. P, Henry's
south nasi enmor iiost." tlience nnrlh UUI elm ill,
thoneo wost 4ii efiiiliiH, tlieni'i ith um chains,
llienco east III ehains tu point ol colllinolici I,
8, Commencing nl n post planted on llio west
hank of the nnrtli l„rt „l File Creek, alnaili)
miles abovo the tnrks and marked "H. P, lliiury's
snath wosl enrocr pnst," tliein-e enst 80 chains.
thoneo north sn chains, Uan  west 81) chnlns,
thence south »n chains tu point of commencement,
li. 1>'IIKNHY.
Datod May 1st, 1000.
LAND NOTICES
NOTICK is hereby .given that sixty ilaya after
I iiiti-mi tuapply i,o tlm i liiof Commissioner
nf Lands nml Works for purnilBston to purohaao
the following described lands on the Goltimbin
River, North-West Kootonav;-
Commoncingat a post within two chnlns of tho
A. uml K. railway lino, about a mile mirth nf
Arrowltonil, marked "D. Wools-ay's south west
corner post," thonco north 40 chains, thence east
10 clmins, thonce -south 40 chains, thonco west 40
clmins to placo nf commencement.
Dated March wtli, hhhi.
1). WOOLSKY,
Per W. F, Ogllvio, Agent.
aN
,_.OTICK is hereby given thai sixty days aftor
IX lime I intenil tn apply to the Chlof Coinmls-
hotter of Lands ami Works for permission to purchase t It following described lands mi tin- Columbia River, North-west Kootenay;
Commencing at a post within two chains o[ tho
A. and K. railway lino, about a in ili1 and a hall
north nf Arrowhead, marked "A. XI, hnkimm's
smilli west cornor post," thence nnrlh iliehuiiis,
tlienco easl 1" chains, thenco aouth 40 chains,
thonce wosl 40 chains tn placo nf commoncomont,
Dated Maroh uuh, iww.
A. XI. PINKHAM,
 Per W. V. Ogllvio, Agent.,
\TOTIOK i-i lioroby given thai Blxtydays after
IM datol Intond to apply to tho Chlof Coramis-
sionor nf Lands and Works fnr permission to pur-
chaso Hu' following doscribod Inmls cm the Columbia rivor, North-West Kootqnay:-
ctHiimuiii'iiiii'nt it post within two chains nf tho
A. and It mil way lino, about ilimu miles north nf
Arrowhead, marked "B. A. Haggoas south wost
cornor post," thonce nnrtli u chains, thonco oasl
40 chains, thenco soulli 40 chaius, thonce wost 40
chains tn placo "f oommoncotnont,
Datod!March Killi, iihiii.
K. A. HAOflKN,
vrOTIOK is lioroby given thai sixty itaysaftor
i\ dale I lilt-owl to i|>i'l". tu tin-iln."f r, ni
:ni»-ii'in-i ..I Luiiils nnd Wnrk-i fnr pi*nillusion to
purciioBo the following described l&mbi on tlm Col-
umbla rivor, North-West Kootonay;
CamtuouciiiB Rt u post within two chains of tho
A, and Ki railway Iim1, about two tullos north of
Arrowiioail, marked "W. p. Ogtlvlo's south wesl
corner post." thonco north i" chains, thonce e&si
4n chains, thonco mmtli in chains, thenco west 40
chains tn place <>f commencement.
Datod Maroh 16th, \m.
w, v. ouii.vm:.
NOTICK is hereby nlvcn thatslxt) tlaysaftct
dull! I intend t"ap|ily tn the Chief Cot i-
Hiniicr of Lands ami Wnrka fnr normisslon to pur-
rhasfl tlm f.'iinnin.'. described lands onthoCol
UttMft river. North-west Kootonay;-
Commenclnffataposl within two chains of n><
A.andKi railway line, almut two nnd a half
milos mirth nf Arrowhead, marked "A. Johnson -
south west cornor post," tlienco north 40 chains
UiL'iii'o oasl 4<i chains, thonco south 40 chains,
thonce wost 40 chains in placo nf commencement,
Dated .March nidi, wm.
A. JOHNSON,
  PerW. V. ()uihii'( Audit.
REOPENED
REMODELED
Union /fote/ Restaurant
Mrs. McKitrick, Manageress.
Opi'it at all hours.
Meal Tickets Issued
Short Orders tastefully served.
Rates Moderate
GET   YOUR   EYES   EXAMINED   FREE
A large variely
of Glasses always
kept in stock here
Try a pair on
—wc guarantee a
perfect lit. '
If you require
anything in Jewelry
t is here for you.
A complete stock
of ihe 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.   ALBERT    STOISTE,    PROP.
XTOTIPKIH HKKKIIY QIVKN thai thirl)
Vi daya nfter dale wo Inleiid loiuijily loll i
Chief ('iimiiii^-iiiiHTiil' Lands itml Works for n
speciul lici'ii-e |<i cut and carry away limber
from tho following doscribod lands:
1. Ciiiiniiimeiiii: at it |ni-l   plantd about Wi
tulles wnsl from llaiuiuek Point on Upper Arrow Lake aud markod "H. li. L. Cp's -runtli-ou
nirin-r  |H>st,"  tlionco  Iinrtli  HOeliain-, thorn
west HO chains, thonco soulh B0chains thenci'
onat HO chains toljadut of com mmi com out.
2. Ciniimenciiii: at a post iiltttitod aboul
throe milos wost fnnn linnmx-K Point on l'i>
por Armw Lmko mid marked "ll.HL, Co
soulhoast corner post," theuce mirth HO chain
thenco west HO chains, thonco south 80 clmiii .
theuco oast 80 cliiiins to point or cnnimoucK-
ment.
April 11th, ItKH.
UIO HKND LUMBER CO., LTD.
CITY LIVERY STABLES
Hack Service to any part of the City at all
hours. Rigs equipped for Sleighing Parties.
First class Single and double Rigs. Kxpress
draying and Transferring. Saddle and Pack
horses for hire. All kinds of job work undertaken.    Wood for sale.
Stable and  Residknce   Ppone 41
Hack Stand "     37
CHAS.   W.   TURNROSS,
Prop. 'II
HE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, R C
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EEID & irounsTG-
x LooK. at   Our JVebv   Summer Fabrics
^ Beautiful variety to scloct   Iruiu—Outlun Grenadiers,  Cut ton MusliiiB,  Kngli-li
■fi-i t'li;iiiil,fitys, Whito Cloods, Ualntoiie.
m   Pretty Summer Shirt Waists
#'l'liis  is ii  Sliirt.  Waist  Season.   Our Stook  ia Largo nud lms been carefully
selected,   Prices' Irom 76o, up.
S   Ladies' Cashmere Hose
All ivool, soiling .il 25o.   This is bargain, bought Irom tbo manufacturer.   Hogulur
t Prlco I-V.   Now soiling al 2fic,
Doot and Shoe Department
#\V,- are showing Now Spring and Stinnnor Oasigns (rum tlio best makers.   We
an Agents lor Walkovor Shoes—best lino slmes iu the United States,
W   Millinery Department
z$i: Now Quods arriving daily, kooping in Inucli with nil tbo Latest Noveltios,
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CAMERAS AND KODAKSl
We have them—all Kinds,
This is the Season for Picture
all Prices and all Sizes.
Taking.
| Canada Drug & Book Co.. Limited *
Local and General.
Tomorrow is Victoria Hay nnd a
general holiday.
Ibe Dixie Jubilee Singers were at
the Opera House on Saturday evening,
Bemember the lacrosse game, Kamloops vs. Revelstoke, May 24th at 2.30
p. ni.
A number ol citizens will tako in
the cheap excursion to Halcyon tomorrow.
Fred Hall, a fanner living at Mor-
den. Man., died on Monday last of
glanders,
Cobalt is still surrounded by lire,
and should a wind spring up, the town
is doomed.
The coroner's jury appointed to look
into the cause ol the death of the
late Fireman Corbett will meet on
Friday nest.
Premier McBride and Chief Commissioner Green are expected iu the
city tomorrow, en route lor a tour ol
Northeast Kootenay.
J. J. McGee, clerk ot the Privy
Council, is en route to Victoria to
swear iu Mr. James Dunsmuir as
Lieutenant Governor ot British Columbia.
On June 19th, in Selkirk Hull, the
ladit-.- ol tbe Catholic church intend
holding a basket social, at the close of
which will take place the drawing lor
a handsome case of pipes.
The it, Revelstoke will make a trip
to the Big Bend tomorrow. It is likely Premier McBride aud Chief Commissioner Green will be guests ol the
Navigation Company on tbe trip up
the Columbia.
A heavy host, which was killing in
many sections, was general over Michigan last week. It cau-ed much destruction among Iruit trees, and
especially to strawberries and peaches.
Reports indicate that a large area ol
the peach, cherry and plum orop has
been nearly wiped out,
By Saturday's steamer G, A. Starke
received another consignment ol Iruit
trees Irom Henry's .Nursery at Van-
couver.    Mr. Starke already lias the
Nelson is soon to liiiveiiniitbi-r daily
paper published in the interests nl the
Conservative party. There i-i no room
in Nelson for two daily papers, iu fact
it is apparent that one daily paper is
not keeping even, and with the two
dailj papers Nelson business men will
have an expensive proposition on their
hands.
Four known (lend, a score or moro
persons missing, hundreds ol In milieu
liomoless, several million dollars
worth ol property burned, lour towns
wiped out and a dozen mote purl ly
burned, live counties partly devastated
and 10(1 square miles ol territory lire
swept. This is the result in tho
Northern Michigan Peninsula of tho
forest tire that raged Inst Friday and
Saturday,
Mr. Chas. F. Lindmark received
the sad intelligence n tew dnys ngo, ol
the death of his mother in Sweden,
The deceased lady was (ill years of age
at (lie time ol her dentb. It was Mr.
Lindmark's intention to visit his uld
home in Sweden tliis winter nnd bring
oul to Iievelsluke bis mother nnd
lather in the spring. Mr. Lindmark
being tlie only member ol the family,
the death of his mother makes it exceedingly sad, und tlie sympathy of
the community will be extended to
him in his bereavement,
Social and Personal
Dean Paget, ol Calgary, left lor a
three months visit to England.
Geo. 8. McCarter is in Nelson
attending a sitting of tlie Supreme
Court.
!. T. Brewster was in the city on
Monday en route east, renewing old
acquaintances,
Miss E Paget, who lias been visiting Dean Paget at Calgary and friends
at Banff, returned Sunday.
Dr.T.W.Jeffs, ol|Vari(!ouver, for-
I nierly of this city, spent a few hours
here this morning en route to Toronto
to attend the Grand Lodge meeting
of Orangemen.
Mr- II..I. Bourne and  A.  Miller
beit orobard in Wilmer and continues| Wl  this '""("ing for their home in
Business Locals.
All kinds uf
Smvthe's.
porting goods at \V.
Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers at Bourne Bros.
Lemons, oranges and bananas for
tbo 24th at C. B. Hume Co's.
Hammocks, all prices, and thc best
make, at the Canada Drug Store.
The latest men's Oxfords in Slaters
nnd Bells.—0. B. Hume & Co. Ltd.
The Melrose Stock Co, at the Opera
House tomorrow night in Vaudeville.
Those new coat shirts; you enn get
une now at C. B. Hume & Co's., Ltd.
Fresh Chocolates in 1 lb. boxes only
at the Canada Drug Store. The best
make only carried.
Dan Alton, representing thc Canada Pipe Co. was in the city this morning for a few hours.
Ask fur Heintz sweet pickles, Cross
and Blackwell's olives and pickles, at
C. I!. Hume k Cu's.
Tunight, vivid views, earthquake,
lire, lam ine, lleeing refugees, all to be
seen at the Opera House.
You can get all makes ol Toilet
Waters nnd Florida Water at llie
Canada Drug Store.
Tonight at 8:30 at the Opera House
see the destruction ol 'Frisco by
earthquake,   Admission .Wc.
II you wish to get iat, don't go to
the butcher, come tu the upera house
tomorrow night—laugh and grow lat,
Dun't miss this chance to see the
reproduction ol the 'Frisco disaster at
the Opera House tonight at 8:30.
Deviled ham, Lunch tongue. Sardines and Chicken loal, the proper
things for sandwiches, at C, li. Hume
& Co's.
Miss Campbell represented C. li.
Hume A- Co's. millinery department
at their Arrowhead branch Monday
nnd Tuesday.
When you're down to posl office tomorrow night, drop into the Opera
House and see the Melrose Block Co.
in vaudeville.
Your attention is called u, our
corner window for goods suitable for
all kinds of picnic lunches. 0, li
Hume 4 Co.
THE MELROSE STOCK CO. IN
VAUDEVILLE.
At the Opera House Thursday night
May 24th. Tlie Melrose Stock Co.
under the auspices of tbe F. O. E, will
appear in vaudeville consisting ol
singing, dancing, inuiinloueg's, recitations, sketches, etc , concluding with
a social dance. The program will be
us follows:
Opening Ael   "My Willi's Husband,"
Mr, Hrown Jos, Melrost
Mrs. Hrown Mrs. |os. Melrose
Peie....A Servnnl....D. A. Maedonald
Olio.
God Save The King.. \V> ll. Humphreys
Recitations' Muster John Lightburne
Tho Dispensers of Overheated Atmosphere
 Mr. and Mrs. Melrose	
Nursery Rhymes ..Thus. Hudson
"When the Morning Glories i
Twine Ariiuiiil lln- Huor." ,   ,    ,
uir,     .i   ...       ui i ,  A. Annan
i\ lien lite Song Birds are |
.Siiijrin,; ol You." I
Observations W, A. Chambers
Pride ol' Newspaper Row.. .Mrs. Melrose
Shadow, Or .'j For Vou.
Lawyer Skiiiiiiun Jus   Melrosi
llis 'Wil',eSllglitly Demented	
 Mrs,  ll, E, Mi-Kitrii-k
Shadow Mrs. Jos. Melrose
An Animated Piece nl' Charcoal	
 W. A. Chambers
Don'l Forget Ihe Dance.
Prices 2 4 and (I.
Reserved seats on sale at the Canada
Drug & Buok Store.
WOMAN SUFFRAGE.
1 ondon, May 21.—Escorted by forty
members of parliament, nearly tour,
hundred woman suffragists, representing organizations from all parts of the
country interviewed Premier Campbell .Bannerman at the foreign office
Saturday and presented their claim
that women be allowed to vote. Only
eight members ol the numerous deputations were al uwed to speak, and
each was limited tu live minutes. But
in the aggregate of forty minutes the
premier heard about all there was to
hear in favor of female suffrage.
Thu immediate giant of woman's
rights was the unanimous demand of
the speakers, some of whom presented
to the premier their "minimum demand," claiming that immediate leg-
islat ion bestowing on women the right
to vote was necessary, and declaring a
promise to take tlie matter up at the
next session of parliament would not
satisfy them. One speaker declared
that thc women were prepared to
sacrifice their lives in behalf ol their
demands.
The gathering included ladies of
title side by side with factory cm.
ployees. The premier said be sympathized with the object ol the deputation, but asked his visitors to lie
patient until the government became
more united in favor of the extension
ol the franchise to wumen.
British Columbia Fruit Industry
|| MCLBISriTA.Isr   & CO.'IT
to improve it, lie states he Ins found
Henry's stuck the beat loi planting
here and in future will buy only Irom
Iiim.—Wilmer Outcrop.
I GOING OUT
All goods  al  lln*  RED
CROSS  DRUG  STORE
ul	
66 2-3
on tm.
Edeniville, Alta.    Tbey  have been
guests "i Mr   ,,,,l Mrs    II    A.   Ilroim
lor the past month
 ♦ —
li,- iurc aiid see Jlmmie atthe
opera limine tomorrow night,
Hit a k i,lak i.-i your child, li will
only enst yon "f I i*i for tin- Brownie
N-,. I at the Canad i liru-.- ■ Book Cu,
We Keep ilimn.
Opera House. Tonight
The Projective,,]„■ Company
bIiow views of tbe destruction :' San
Francisco by earthquake and fire tonight at tlie opera bouse. Last night
in Kamloops the bull was crowded
and tbe audience were most enthuil-
astio ovor the realistic effect  ,,l the
pid     BI -hiiiui
BAND CONCERT.
11„- weekly  band  concert  will
given from tin- band stand
Ave. on Friday evening,
is the progam,
Mnrcli M
.-ell ittiscbe     Tulip
Overture .Lighl Cavalry   Von. Suppe
N."t tlinn- Dreams Beyer
Waltz, KI Capitan  Hhiim
March F.lks of America
There is a decided increase in the
interest that outsiders are taking in
Britisli Columbia as a fruit growing
country, and a great movement is
taking place there in that connection.
Tbe land is king bought very rapidly
in the iruit (rowing districts. Places
that a year or two ago were thought
lie suitabl" only for mining arc
proving to be very valuable for orchards. A visitor to Nelson recently
said that the matter that impressed
him most was tlie interest taken by
the people ol that mining town in
iruit gardens. Tliis industry has
proven itself to lie most profitable to
the grower. The wonderful fertility
jol the soil,combined with the mildness
iol the climate, produces a perfect eon-
will ; dition which insures wonderful crops.
The enormoui territory tu the east
provides a market for every pound of
fruit ibat can Is- raised at a market
price far greater than received hy any
Other fruit growing conatry in America. At llie present time tliis market
Ii being largely supplied by Ontario,
Washington and Oregon, The distance and time laved In transportation
Irom the east and doty from the south
gives this locality a  great  advaiilsge.
Tlie Kootenay valley is what, they call
in Britisli Columbia  Moist  Valley,
Irrigation ii not required.    Ill  tlie
.Matinee Girl "ril P'wse there is sufficient rainfall
and al the same   linn-   lln-   "i-.-|,e»Ke
in,in tin- inoiiiitaiiiH. which   being   at
tin- immediate l«ck of tbe Lake nhore,
ii inffioienl to provide moisture lor
the trees ill tlie   latter   part   ol   I ha
lummer monthi.  The mow melting
'during the auininer gives source to
| numerous creeks which are utilised
lor household purposes. The meteorological record shows the duration ol
bright sunshine is not exceeded by
any other locality. Tin: winters are
mild and it is only in occasional years
lhat, the thermon (iter reaches the /.mn
mark The (act that, tbe steamers
make daily trips throughout the year
is. sufficient evidence nf the  mildnoss
 ■
McKenzie
Following
New Belts
Juit opened, the prettiest line yet shown
—the New A mason Belt, niel.el and
and it is unbreakable.
NEW GOLD BELTS-These „rt: the swcll-
c»t things Ihis season.
Collar Pins
Waist SetB and Beauty Pim in the New
designs, and at lowest prices.
Dress Goods
We have the best line in town, nnd by all
odds the cheapest.
CREAM   GOODS, in Casbtneies,   Hop-
sacking, Crepe de Chine, Mohairs, etc.
COSTUME  CLOTHS, in   Myrtle, Navy,
Black, Cardinal, otc,
MOll A IKS, in plain colors, lanuies, phantom checks, etc.
TWEEDS, in all colors and all designs.
PLAIDS, in some of the liest colorings,
—JiiBt what you want Iur childien
Only 65c Per Yard
Hosiery
Wc are proud u! our stock ol Hosiery and
know you can't get equal valueB elsewhere.
Cotton Hose 20c., 26c., 30c. aud 3fic. per
pair. Lisle Hose, 40c., 60c., 60c. and 7fie.
per pair.
Lace and Emliroideried Hose, tan and
black from 26c. per pair.
Children's Hose, in all sizes, tan and black.
Wen's Wear •«*
Wo hnve put Oil salo it
spk'tuliil tine ot Shirts in
white, colore-;! anil black
Sateen -Only 75c each
3HOE8
We can give you some
bargain!) in Keith's, Con-
ijiieror and Oxfords, in
tan or black, and some
very fine t'aney tines,
Lacrosse Shoos
In white or black,high
or low cui,
CLOTHING
Our stock is lar^e and
pita's low. We have
samples of C, N. K: U.
anil Campbells made-do*
measure (foods, You
can't beat tbese lines,
not' gel as low prices in
ot Iters.
NECKTIES
Vou should take a look al our Neckties.- all (lie
New Colorings, and, besl of all, Our New Prices.
The Latest Shapes.
2 FOR 25*
COLLARS
We are having a big
run on our New Collars.
They are as good as any
and the price is
2 for 25c
»    MC LENIN" .A. IN" Sc COMPANY    0
m
Corporation  of ihe City of
Revelstoke.
TENDERS are minima* ior paintluR the
ontsirln of the walls aud Tower ol No. 1
Fire Hall witii two coata ol Paint.
Tenders to reach the undersigned hy S p.
m. on Friday, June 1,1S06,
H. FLOYD,
City Clerk.
May 23, 1908,
WANTED
WANTED—An energetic woman,
young or middle-aged, to net na
agent, Liberal commission. Apply
al this Olliee.
REVELSTOKE BUILDING CO.
Estimates giveu on all kinds of work.
Carpentering a Specialty-
Anyone wanting Bouses   built, don't  be
afraid to give your work to good, competent
Union Mnn and save twenty-five or thirty per
cent, ou all jobs.
H. LOUGHEAD,
P. 0. Box Mi. MANAGER.
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
.Dew Heads, Animals, Binls, Fish',
MOUNTED.
Animal Hues Mounted.
Hindi,
OPPOSITE P. 0.
Kevelsttiko, 11. (J,
FOUND
An open-faced silver watch—Owner
can have on applying, alter 6 p. m., to
lohn Murknr, at A. E. Kincaid's residence. Filth Street.
For Sale or Rent
A    FARM    ON    EA8Y   TERMS
Ciiilaitiiim llll a .-res. almnt tlireJ--.iur.rtt.rH hssiI-
I  willi Tiitinlliy.    Suilaltl,- fnr Iruit growing,
IfiKisr ami nlltlilllltlltlgl in Komi I'linilltion. Situate
il I'l-alKi-llai'lii,,, a (i-ii- mill's weal ol Hevelitiiki,.
Ippl, n, It. TAPPING, Revelitoke,
WANTED-Fur the Hotel Revel-
stoke, a Waitress, also a Porter, must he steady and willing tn
work.
FOR SALE-1 Munis Chair. 1 Ex-
ti-nainn Table, I Good Book Case.
Hanging Lamps, Dishes, etc. Apply
Loi'uiiEAD Block, Second Street.
You Need a New Typewriter
Wo can supply you with a NEW
" EMPIRE." This machine is known
all ever the country for its simplicity
and good work. Call nl|our olliee and
see it for yourself.
Interior Publishing Company, Ltd.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICE
NOTICE ia hereby given that in case
either of the City Fire Brigades
is called to a Die occurring on property outside the City Limits, llie
owners of such property will be called
upon to pay the charges of the Brigade
for sueh attendance.
By Order of the Council,
H. FLOYD,
City Clerk.
May 10th, 11106.
VEGETABLES
Will sell Carrots at $1; Parsnips at
$1.20 ; Turnips at 75c., free on cars at
Revelstoke.
L. E. Griffiths, Malakwa, B.' C.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for all classeH of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All kinds of building and plastering
undertaken.
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE
STAMMERERS
The Arnott Method is the
only logical method for the cure
of Stammering. It treats the
CAUSE, not merely the HABIT,
and insures natural speech. Pamphlet, particulars nnd references
sent on request.   Address
The Arnott Institute,
Berlin, Ont, Canada.
Corley's
Delivery
Is always ready for express and baggage of
all kinds to all parts of
the city and to ail trains
T. H. COELEY
LAND NOTICES.
i herein given that on day* afterdate 1
apply to the Olllot CciuimiHHiouer of
Nxtic
Und* ninl Work-, t,,i |ieruiinHlim in purchase the
:■.!]..*.*■ 'tit' .li- 'ii id,-" I 1'iiiiln, nitUatfl lien r Tete .litiini!
C4che, Cariboo iltatrlcfc, B. 0.;—
Commencing nt u post planted at the mnitli
nrtaicorneroMiot iHOimd marked "Q, It, tNagle'i
nurih weal corner pott)''thence mmth -inrhniim,
Ihence eoil 100 oliattu, thence north (OchniiiH,
thence vwit I oo chains to point of commencement,
containing wn nerai more *«r le-n.
Dated fltiichj nf April, MOB,
(i. It NAULK,
Revelitoke, B.C.
Notice ih hereby given thai Milan afterdate I
Intend to appli in the Chief « nnimiMiom*! nf
Uniti and Worki for permluion topurchiuiethe
hillowtni iteacrllt-ed land*, iltuate near Tete
 ■< ni*.-. Cariboo diatrict, B.C.:
< ommenclng it a noil plant fd at the iiiiilli eunt
imerol ua W ind marked "K, McBenn'i south
.c'-.t corner poet," thonce cunt w chaini,thence
north ISO chalm, more oi leu, in tlw bank of the
Prater River, thence woat M i-imitui al'mgihe
bank of the Praeer ftlvei t» the eait boundary of
jt#o( <m. thence louth 180 i-iimn.. more or lew.
along tneeail boandarj of I."Umh tothe iinintut
cnmrnencemMti containing OOOarrai tnnrO orleMi
Dated Uie Htltdayof April, looti.
K MrHKAN,
Revelitoke, B.C.
nf   thn
inerciiil.
olimate,— Winnipeg  <tom-
NOTICK.
VO'IKK IH IIKKKHY UIVKN that thirty
,1 iluy-c After Oftte lint'ml In auplvtoMm
i hWOnnmifflonerof Landl nud workj» for a
KpMlAl llcoiuto Ui out Mfl wirrvaway HiiiImt
from ll>'i following 'IcMirltxHl mmlH In \Vi--t
Kootonay Dlitriot:
Cqmmlnelniat " poit iilniitnclim tlm nnrlh
lunik uf thn f'cilntnliin Kivor Jut above tin*
m<»iith of Canoo Rivor nn'i marked "W, Cowan i
north nant corner poit," thonco went NO chains:
lliftn-in K'mth Wl chaliiHi ihonr.e cm i mi dm in. ;
thonce north Wl chains lo the iKilut of com<
niencemniit
Diitml Hill Ub day Of April, I1**
W. COWAN,
Tor K Mcfleau, Agent,
Pay Week
Now that all our Spring Goods have arrived
and we know you are in need of
A NICE SUMMER SUIT, SHIRT
HAT, SHOES, OR A NECKTIE
or anything a man or boy may need, can always
find it here, Don't forget we are on Second
Street and   handle   FIT-REFORM Clothing.
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