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 ICE   CREAM
and Soda  Drinks
EVERY  HAY AT
Bews' Drug Store
Vol. 12,-No. 80
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REVELSTOKE, 13. C. MAY 80.
FINE WRITING PAPERS
Tbe Ladles' Delight.
NEW   BOOKS
.lust received at
BEWS' DRUG STORE
$2.50 Per Year
Mail
Order
Uept.
C. B. H ume & Co.
Write
For
Samples
LIMITED.
PARTMENT STORE.
OUR   TABLE DELICACIES
%+%xxxxxxx+%
Al Ihis Season of the year you will appreciate tills lisl of
TABLE DELICACIES The market is destitute ol Fresh Fruit nnd
Vegetables and you will be able, to keep something nice nnd tasty
on the table by watching our offerings:—
Crosse k Blackwell's Jams of nil kinds in llliiss Jars
Crosse it Blackwell's Jellies of nil kinds in Glass Jars
Crosse k Blackwell's Fig nnd Ginger Marmalade in Glass Jars
Robertson's Pineapple Marmalades iu Glass Jars
Crosse k Blackwell's Jams, all kinds . .in 4 Ih. and 7 Ib. tins
Crosse k Blackwell's Marmalade in -I lb. and 7 lh. tins
Keillor's Marmalade in -1 lb, and 7 lb. tins
Climax Jams of nil kinds    in 5 Ib. Pails
Climax Jellies ol all kinds in 5 Ib. Pails
California Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Plums in 2J lb, tins
Rajah Brand ol Sliced, Grated and Whole Pineapplo in tins
Tartar Brand of Peaches, Pears, Raspberries, Strawberries
and Plums in 2 lb, tins
Usher's Brand ol all kinds of Fruit and Vegetables. .2 lb. tins
Pie Fruits put up in Gallon Tins—fresh in.
SHOES
l.lui- Now Spring slock of
DRESS SHOES
WEARING SHOES
SPORTING SHOES
TENNIS SHOES
Arc  Here for You.   Come
Here and See Them.
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY-SECOND FLOOR.
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Vi  if I l*tl l1*l iti l1*l ti'i tt\ {ti iVl Inti |1*I 1*1*1 iTi if I |*t| iVfrl jt\ iTi iti ti'i ll*! ti'i {ti   lltl
* *tl H''+''+''+' w '+1 * w " V + ■+ +''+''+' w lV '*''+' 'X1'+' *Q'+' 9*
I Breezy Bargains
ON HAMMOCKS AND TENNIS GOODS FOR THIS WEEK
You   can't looking,   Ours is the " SEEK-NO-FURTHER''
STORE, embodying every excellence in
HARDWARE
Paints, Oils, Varnish, Lawn Mowers, Grass Shears, Refrigerators,
Complete New Stock of this Year's Make ol Rilles, Shot Guns
and Ammunition just arrived.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Ltd. I
Dealers in Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, Miners', Lum- 7
bermen's and Sawmill Supplies,  Etc., Plumbing, Tinsmitbing.  ?
ip id ■$ 'D >$ mm't' 't' 'i' 't' it######
SUPREME COURT AT NELSON
During the Assizes ut Nelson last
week the case of Burr und Bush
against tlie Arrowhead Lumber Co
and thc estate of W. 11. lioatty (deceased) was tried liefore Mr. Justice
Morrison.
Tlio plaintiffs sued for about $15,0(10
damages for alleged wrongful seizure
ol goods covered by chattel mortgage
to the company, anil for loss of profits
on a logging contract which plaintiffs
had with the company near Beaton,
The defendants put in a counter
claim for damages.
Tho action wus dismissed with costs
to be paid by the plaintiffs and the
Company withdrew their counter
claim, and leave was given them to
hoc for the counter claim il tliuy see
lit.
The plaintiff  Burr came iu lor a
severe  roasting  from  tbo  presiding
, .judge with  rogard to certain ol his
actions and dealings in connection
with the matter.
S. S. Taylor, K.C., and F.C. Elliott,
nppeiiretl for tlie plaintiffs, und IV. A.
Maedonald, K.C., nnd G. S. McCarter
appeared lor the delciidiinl«.
LUMBERING
Tho Canadian Timber it Suwntilb,
Ltd,, went into liquidation and has
been wound up, nnd a new company,
called the Canadian Pacilic Timber
Company, bus been formed to lake
over the timber and mill at Gemini.
Two shareholders, Mr. Barton and Mr.
I'ilkington, hnve bad the pluck to dig
up out cf their own pockets the money
required to pay off the debts of the
old company and to carry all the
expenses until they could hand tbe
property over to the new ttompany. It
is stated W, C. Wells, M. P.P., will be
the general manager of the new
company.
C. F. Lindmark is pushing tilings
in tlie Big Bend this season. He lias
started a logging camp on the Columbia river opposite Rocky Point and is
putting in another camp near Carnes
Creek. Forty men are lieing employed
at the former camp and the Revel-
stoko Sawmill Company, of which Mr.
Lindmark u manager, will have a
large number el men employed in the
Big Bend this season, making tilings
livelier than ever in that section.
Pleases every smokor the " Maroa
VlKHta."
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Steamer Capsizes, 65 People
Drowned—Bomb Throwing iri
Russia Battleship Aground
—Poliiics at Golden,
[HY TI'J.KUK.O'Ul
Honolulu, May 80—Schoone.s arriving here  roporl  the ocean in the
vicinity nl Lnysiin Island is covered
for miles with u heavy coating ol
pumice, There bus evidently In on n
stibtori'iii can outbreak,
Portsmouth, Vu, Mny 3(1.—Pies
Roosevelt toduy delivered Memorial
Day address before the Army nnd
Nnvy Union.
Rica, Livonia, May 30.—An overloaded excursion stlnmer capsized
here  last  night.    Sixty-live people
were drowned.   Only ten were saved.
St. PETERSlitma, May 30.—two
bombs were thrown at General Alik-
hanoff, governor-general ot ICutais, as
he was about to entrain ut Borjnni,
Transcaucasia, last night, Tlie General was uninjured but several ol Ins
stall' were wounded. Cossacks li red
indiscriminately into the crowd, kill
ing many.
Bkistoi., England, May 30.—The
battleship Montague, 14,000 tons, is
ashore in a bad position at the entrance oi Bristol Channel.
GOLDEN, B. C, Mny 30.—Premier
McBride and Hon. It. F. Green spoke
here last night. Both got a cordial
reception. McBride pointed out how
the credit ol the province had been re
established since the Conservatives
took olliee. Green pointed tothe
growth of the lumber industry and
defended the Knien Island deal us a
splendid bargain,
Kami.iioi's, May 30—Standing room
on.y wns tlie sign nt the court house
when the trial of the accused train
robbers was resumed this morning. It
is expected the case will go to the jury
tomorrow, at the. latest, perhaps tonight. The Crown has several new
witnesses nnd is weaving a strung web
around the prisoners.
London, Muy 30—Lord Roberts
presided nt n banquet Inst night t,,
Bishop Potter.
Madrid, May 30.—The marriage ol
King Alfonso und Princess Enn takes
place on Saturday. The foreign
princes nnd envoys have all arrived
and vust throngs hnve Hocked to the
city Irom outside points to take par!
the fortnight's festivities.
SPEARMINT WINS DERBY.
I BY TELEOlUPHj
London, Mny 30.—Spearmint win
the Derby, Picton second, and Front-
beck third.
MINISTERIAL
VISITORS
Premier and R. F. Green On
Tour. A Trip to the Big
Bend on S. S. Rovelstoke
Much Enjoyed by Party.
I'tciiiii.-r MoBride res: lied the citv
on Monday morning and wus met m
the depot by tin Hon, II. K. Qreon,
Chief Coiiiini-siiiiicr ul Lauds nnd
Works, who was in the oity lor u few
days, uml Tims. Taylor, M.P.P, lm
mediately on the arrival of the
Premier, lho Kevelstoke Navigation
Oompany, from whom the Premier
has had it standing invitation lor thn
past three years, placed the s.s. Ilevelstoke ut their disposal lor u trip to tbo
Big Bend. In half an hour nfter tlie
arrival of ilti the party were aboard
the steamer en route to Downie Creek.
Tlie guests of the Navigation Company
were: Hon. Richard McBride, Premier of the Province, Hon. It. F. Green,
Chief Commissioner ol Lands aud
Works, Thos. Tnyl ir, M, P, P., A. E.
Kincaid, representing the Revelstoke
Navigation Co., L. MuoRao, secretary
to the Premier, Mr. Childs, secretary
to the Chief Commissioner, Chas F.
Lindmark, representing the Board of
Trade, James I. Woodrow nnd A.
Johnson, of the Mail-Herald,
Both the Premier and Chief Commissioner were delighted with the trip
up the river and watched with keen
attention tlio various places of interest that were pointed out en route.
Tbe Premier expressed himself sorry
there was not n kodak uhoiird to
photograph some ol the seniles. The
guests were much impressed with the
magnificent scenery, especially with
the wonderful snow cupped peaks,
chief among which is the Frenclin an's
Cup, with its mighty glacier alongside.
Tlie wonderful quantity und quality
oi the timber was a source of amazement to both the Premier and Mr.
Green. The eminent visitors noted
with satisfaction the success that is
lieing attained by the thrifty ranchers
seen here and there.
Captain Forslund and his finely appointed steamer came in for words of
praise, both ministers speaking in high
terms of the beautifully neat vessel,
the quality of the service, tlie neatness
ot the engineer's department, under
Engineer Cnlbeck, the courtesy of the
captain nnd of lirst officer Swiiuson,
being much appreciated. The Premier, Hon, Mr. Careen nnd the gnosis
were loud in their praises ol the hospitality  shown them by the Navign-
TWIN BUTTE
DjSASTER
Summary of Evidence Taken at
Inquest. Verdict Censures
Employes of the Bridge and
Railway Companies.
I] VI
After nn ox
lending over u week, I
jury completed thou
a. in. Tuesday inoriiiii
ii continuous hearing
touring,   OX-
ic coroner n ml
labors nt 2:30
;, having held
with menl ad
journments from 10 am. thnt day. It
wns a weary audieuce that listened lo
the verdict after ihe long enquiry
Messrs. MoCartor aud Piiikham appeared for the C. P. It., J. M.
Scott lor the Locomotive and
Maohlne Company of Montreal, and
F. Fraser, Government Agent, watohed
the case on behalf ol the Provincial
Government. To aid tin jury in
understanding the various terms involved, models ol the bridge structure
in metal and wood were prepared and
proved useful aids in the evidence.
The following is n summary of the
evidence taken :
F, G. Buokham said : Am em
ployed at Twin Butto bridge by
Locomotive and Machine Co., of
Montreal, as foreman in charge. On
Monday, between 50 and 110 feet, of the
bridge under the 100 foot girder fell,
The balance on the west end under
the girder wns out. Told Mr. Flelt to
remove the old timber under tin
girder to allow balance of bracing ti
lie put on. There were throe to)
si ruts in tlie west part of the girder
where the old tinibei wus out, also
laterals in the top and wherever they
oould be put in all through tho spun.
End fi'uines wore in and bolted tightly.
Girders were bolted to tbe 30 loot
spans at each end and also to the
towers. The stringers were still under
the 100 fool span when ho lelt to go
In camp. The ties were the sume
they hnd used all through. Some
were better thun others. Tbey were
sot close, almost solid. Were supposed to keep track in us good condition ns possible with the material supplied,   Considered work safe to run
MINING DEAL
Sale of the Scout Group
Parties whom George Goldsmith
has interested in the ScoMt Group, al
Camborne, have been visiting tlie property nnd huve been so well pleased
with it they have decided to take it
up. One of the party hns gone enst
to make the necessary financial arrangements and tbey have left their
engineer at Camborne so that be may
be ready to lay out the work and get
started as soon as possible.
NAKUSP
(Fr„ln Our Own Correipotldont).
Mrs, Jos. Parent and children, nlso
Mrs. Louis Parent have gone to Montreal, Ottawn und Quebec lor a three
months' visit.
Mr. Hurry McKissock, ol Comiiplix,
is spending a lew days In town.
Mr. Roy Thomas captured second In
the 100 yards dash at Kaslo on
Empire Day.
Mr. II. T. Bulger and Mr. A. E,
Anthony have purchased Capt. Gore's
steam launch, " Pretoria," which will
lie quite an addition to the Nakusp
fleet.
We can assure the Arrowhead correspondent who is so sarcastic in his
remarks regarding the performance
given by the Nakusp Dramatic Club
if at any time Arrowhead, whom he
thinks can produce such brilliant
talent, should visit Nakusp, we would
endeavor to give the... a pleasant time
for with the exception of tbe Arrow-
bead correspondent Nakusp has
nothing but words ol praise for the
hospitality shown tbe dramatic club
on their recent visit Ihere.
Capt. ond Mrs. Dougal have returned to again reside in Nakusp.
The Captlin is buck on his old run
on the tug Columbia.
Every now and then you are confronted with the question, "who is
your tailor!" Its north quite a lot to
say "Knight k Devine ol course,"
tion Company, nnd averred no finer Iover. If lind had any doubt about
holiday trip could he obtained than ! this, would have had it remedied. The
that afforded by the steamer Revel- tie8 vm fftjr|y g00d. Found number
stoke to the Big Bend. ■  ,   ,    ,       .. ,      ,,      ,   „
■ei. ,.„.„„„   i  -.,   .-     •    ■   of   broken   ties   under   tlie    further
I here were several lntereting mci-:
dents on the trip. At Calnes Creek gi™"'' Do not know why girder fell,
the waving ol a white Bag from tho Bolievo bolts In ends ol fallen girder
bank brought an an answering toot were tightened up. If the lies broke,
Irom the steamer and its site drew to'
the engine lurching would fall to the
side c! tlie girder rather tlinn through
it.
To Mr. Scott: When accident happened, heard sounds of timbers break-
in'*', but did not see them break.   Saw
the bank-, the guests aboard caught
sight of a brawny individual waving n
piece ol discorded lingerie from n surveyor's pole. The signal wus sent by
n surveying party who bud been pros-
peeling ii route for nn aerial tram to
convey ore from the Prince Mining
Company's claims on tlie Standard engine fall. Broken ties were under
Basin to the river. 'Ihe captain tlie broken girders and in the wreck-
promised to call in the morning for ■.„ ,, ,, >> , i • ,
I, , „ ,. , , , """"{> "" uges. lie C. I. It. bad no specia
them and the Revelstoke pursued her ,b , ,*,,,,
way up the river. Charles Bunions, inspector, though Mr. Ford looked
who has evidently political aspirations, the bridge over several times, but
raised his right arm on high to wel- never gave any orders,
come the visitors by saying, "Am very ,„ „ „. ,, „„
pleased to see so many smiling laces      lo Mr* 'lnklmm :    lll,! ""Hectors
aboard today ," when the stoum- at other places wcro there to see the
er drew too fur off to boitr uny more of specifications weie carried out.
his impassioned words. ,.,. ,, .       .    ,,    ,   . ,
.,  ,,     •   n    i ,   . i    If ho Is tn cast odd of girder were
At Downie Creek several pioneers! b
of the Bend oame aboard and enjoyed | violently broken they would leave
thc evening  with  the  distinguished i mark.
guests whose "hail follow well met" |   M|, ,,;,,,„ trainmiwter, who was on
iittitnde soon brolic down the burners: ,        ,    ,      ,,   ,   , ,
of ceremony.    Speeches followed and jtho t*'"1" ll,'8cnl,d tl,e wm,k*
it  was midnight  when   thc party     ToMr.Soott:   Mr. Lucius muy have
sought  the  eouifoi'tiiblo   berths pro
pared lor Ihem.
The return  trip was begun al ilny-    ,  ,    . , ,      ,
light next,  morning  and most ol the ol the ties supplied wore nut good and
party  were up  bright und early to
enjoy  Ihe secnery  und the braoing
mountain air, The party returned ill
lime to cuicli the train lor tho Enst,
the Premier nnd Minister ol Works
intending to spend two or three days
at Golden and Field, and in making
u trip through ihe Upper Columbia
Valley. The ministers expressed their
delight with tho hearty welcome
everywhere extended to them.
Iliiring thc trip Messrs. Taylor, M.P.
P., Lindmark und Woodrow took
opportunity to impress on the Ministers tlie necessity ol opening up the
trail Irom Revelstoke to Canoe River,
pointing oui n lot ol money had already been spent (iii the trail and only
a Btniill sum was required to complete
it. It is believed the representations
will huvo u good effect.
FIRE AT CHILLIWACK
On Monday morning a lire at Chilli
wack destroyed un entire hlock,
including W. L. Smith's, A. 0, Henderson's, Marriott's, Hul. Chndsey's,
R.J. Mcintosh's, Korio Knight's, Mr.
Carvoth's, Fred. Gillunder's, Curl
Grossman's und A. Parker's stores.
Thc loss was 130,000.
complained about trains exceeding the
slow order.   He uIho complained some
more would bo required.    Spoke
the matter on returning to town. Sun
the tins referred to. Some wore rotten
at I lie ends.
To Mr, Pinkliam: Do not know
who wus responsible (or furnishing
tics,
llr. Sutherland stated Oorbett's
death was instantaneous.
W. C. Calder, freight conductor,
gave Engineer Purvis tho signal lo
puss over the bridge us Mr. Flelt said
it was ull right.
To Mr. Pinkhiini: Before the
freight train came along the bridge-
men were at work on the bridge, taking out woodwork Irom under the
spun thut loll.
W. W. Lucius, superintendent nf
construction lor tho Locomotive uml
Maohine Co., ol Montreal, gave particulars ol the company's contract lor
erection ol bridge. F. 0, Buokham
was foreman und II. Flett assistant
foreman, The work was not supn-
vised hy anyone on liobull of the C. P,
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
(Jinitinu.d ou I'usu Tlirse,
We have left a few j-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
Now Schoolhouse Site recently purchased by the City.
There will be no land available after this season within such
easy reach of the City, and intending purchasers should not delay
in making their selection.
REVELSTOKE LAND  COMPANY LTD.
Agents, Revelstoke Insurance Agency, Ltd.
E.  J. BOURNE,
Boots & Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
><HXHM>0«>-0-0<K><><^
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 the House that advertises
" The Best Clothing in the World, made by angels at
thc cost of Button 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-iVVorrow
THE MINES.
The attention ol leasers is being
11 rooted to North East Kootenny.
Mr, MoKian, ol Slocan, passed through
Monday alter a visit to the M. 1.
Fraction on Toby Creek, owned by
Mr. Gallup, and on which he proposed
Inking a lease. Ml. McKian liked
whnt lie saw ol Nortli Ea«t Kootenny
from u mining point of view. He snw
xcellent ore bodies, but considers that
till tho railway is built there is a poor
show to take up mineral properties to
operate under louse.
There are over 100 mineral claims
in North Eust Kootenay with excellent showings of ore.
The Sullivan smelter in Lust
Kootenny is not the success that was
hoped for owing to the quantity of
zinc in the ores ol the Sullivan mines.
Mr. Green and party, who have been
iiivoying the ueriul tram line between
the Columbia river and the Standard
mine, returned yesterday Irom completing their work, and estimates ni
t will now lie sent in lo tbe company,
ARROWHEAD
From Our Own ('orreipoadent.
On Tuesday evening last Mrs. Donovan guve u very plenum progressive
wliM party.
Rev. C. A. Procunier, ol Revelstoke,
occupied the pulpit of All Saints'
church on Sunday evening.
.1. P. Boyd,ot Comaplix, was in town
Monday.
Hon. B, F. Green, ol Victoria, and
Thus. Taylor, M.P.P., passed through
Arrowhead Sunday.
.Miss Asson lelt for Vancouver where
sin- will enter the hospital as a ntirse-
in-truining.
ii. Bamlord received a telegram
calling him Inane to Seattle.
The feud between the C.P.R. and
the Great Northern is very real and
the public often wonder what is the
cause ol it all. Well, the quarrel is a
p rsouul one between Sir Thos.
Shaughnesiy und Jim Hill, and the
railroads ol which they are respectively the head, ure used as the medium
through which to vent their personal
feeling,
' THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, 11. C,
Che fl&atUlbetalb.
I'I BlalSHRll WKDXKSDAY AND .-.Mil:
hay at
revelstoke. b.c.,
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
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Canadian Mining Institute,)
Rbvelstokb, B. 0.
Examination of and report- on Mineral Pro*
pertlw a Specialty.
Agent for Canadian Metal Companj*. buyers
of rifle and silver-lead ores,
Zirc itnd-ilver-k'iid mini- piiri'lm-     or operated underlease and bond
Financial AssUtancc given owners and pios-
pectore io operato and develop
approved properties.
Cbc fltaMxtalb
•■ I would ,n.i-Hy mil i-e llii-in for
Uotu-good to order this paper lohn punctually
rervcoup, arid to be looked upon as u jwi'lol
tt,,- ie?. equii ,.--.' -Aiiiii-'iN.
Wednesday, may uu, moo
THE TWIN BUTTE DISASTER,
The verdict of the jury in the Twin
Butte fatality was u lair one und
placed the blame wuere il belonged,
No railway ci mpany can avoid its liability for the safety ol its employes
and sail- transportation ol the public
by letting its works by contract.
There sin,nei have beeu a first-chiss
bridge inspect ,r on the ground representing the C. P. R Irom the time tlie
work was Btarted, just as an inspectui
is put on for buildings an i other improvements made by thi company,
The verdict was intended by the jury
to lie one insla ighti i tgainst tin
parties named, Those whosi oegli-
genie of their duties causes
di- ifjti r -i. uld I- ir thi c i - u n -
of their careleseni•-
ull-,I,'l, lupi-d
re lying dur-
iniiiil lor want ol a railway. Ha noli
liuni* havo uist been tnki u up and
improved, but at present there is no
means ni getting stock and produce
to niaiket in the full, the time tin
farmer wants to sell, ns navigation
then censes. Many inlcnding Bottlers,
who like the district, and would otherwise prefer to settle thorn, are forced
to puss it by mi account of the luck of
(i,nf-li.'.Miii ui all tho year round.
Orchards aro being plinted out, and
the hardier kinds of fruit cun undntil l-
i-illv bo raised with success, hut uguin
there i- no means nf gelling this iruit
to ii niket jusl ni the time il is ready
for shipinetil Tlio prosperity ,,! each
l-i»t is importanl to tho province us a
whole nml with ihi- fuels we have ru-
cited before us ii appears the province
would not (inly I"- justllled, bul should
i- u mitt lor nl compensation lo thai
distriol for inis-itpprnpriiititin
liiiuli lor ol In i purposes, gru
Kunlcnay Contral Hallway
subsidy
ol it
I,. Ihe
Central  Hallway millicienl
i nsiire tho immediate con-
ti-ncliiiii ot the railway in qiiestio
Wcsuggesl l" Mr. Gullihoi M, P.,
that he draw the attention of tin
Minister of tho Inteiior to the desirability ol withdrawing from the Nu-
timiiil I'urlc Hosorvu ihu part ol the
Columbia Valley south ol lioldon
suitable tor -settlement, Several settlers have liiken iqi land there mid
complain the Department ol the Interior refuse to recognise their entry,
What tho country wants is settlement,
nnd wherever hind is suitable for settlement its occupation should be encouraged. We are satlslled lion. Mr.
Oliver cannot be aware ol existing
conditions in the case referred to
while Mr. Qalliher musl. have beeu
acquainted with the fuels und should
be in n position to so represent the
matter lhat tho grievance nf the set
tiers should be remedied.
There is something radically deficient in the Dominion Guverninotit
telephone system iu North Easl
Kootonay. The system n us installed
for the benefit of the s ttlers and
others requiring to use ii in Hint
valley, nnd bus proved a grout boon,
but we are now informed that the
Columbia River Lumber Co, nnd
others who hnve applied for telephone
connection' canuol gel it, us it is
slated the line will carry no in,,re
instruments, Surely tho Dominion
Government have not built u tin-pot
line thnt it is not cqtiul t,, tin service
required, ll so the work is anything
but crcdital le to the government nnd
he matter should be investigated by
the Department in charge of government telephones,
Tin- City Council musl take up the
mutter of electric light rates, Foi tho
past two or threo yens there hns been
n constant promise ol reduction of
meter rates, as experience has shown
that llie cost ol lighting under the
meter system is much too high.
There is very much dissatisfaction
among the taxpayers at the delay in
Ilu- reduction ol these rules, mul we
hnve to   urge   the   Ciilllli'il   to get Ollt
iln- retinoid schedule us bouii ns possible and delay the matter no lunger.
A matter thai the City Council
should ink,' up at once is the installation ,4 another tunk. Tbe Fire Brigades have pointed oul again nnd
uguin the necessity of this, so that one
tunk enn be held ill rest rve iu case ol
lire. Tin- dry Benson will - ion
uml the work should be pul in hand
nt once.    ■
Pleases every Smoker tlio " Marca
Vuelta."
Buy your lacrosBi -iicks from W
Smythe.
FOR SALE
A Singing Canary nnd new Brass
Cage, price $5, worth if."-   Apply nl
BROWN'S CIGAR STORE.
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Heel He.nl-,  Allilll.ll*.   Ilif.ls,   l-i-ll,   I'll'.,
MIll'N t'l-'ill.
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IMI   IIOX81,
Nttlill,,:   III'I-osI'IT: I'. II.
II  lelslele.   Il.C.
VEGETABLES
Will sell Carrots tit "fl; Parsnips at
$1.20 ; Turnips nt 7fic„ free on curs at
Rovelstoke,
L, E. Griffiths. Malakwa, B. C.
Corley's
Delivery
Is always ready for express and baggage ol
all kinds to all pails of
the cil)* and to all trains
T. H. CORLEY
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 26, Revelsloke, B. C.
||   mkets EVKIIY WKIiSKSIiaY
J   HI   ill   inlillell.iii*-   Hull   „t  t
,,','lnel;      Visiting   K. 11 u; la I s,   ill',-
cordially mrltuil,
E W. B. I'AtllT, C.c.
(I. It, BROCK, li  nt 11  i S.
II. A. BROWN, 11. ul I-
Koolon-iv l.odsc No. 15 A F.&A.M.
%a\a,
.*«   if»,.vr tne regular mcel
-^.— \jh&—v     it,,,, un, li.-lil in He
'i^i-\y\--liTl   lliu-onlo    Temple
The Arnott Method is the
only logical method for the euro
of Stammering. It treats the
CAUSE, not merely the HABIT,
anil insures natural speech. Pamphlet, particulars and references
sen! on request.    Address
The Arnott Institute,
Berlin, Ont., Canada.
M.  J.  HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouses & Seed Houses
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
headquarters tor pacific coast
GROWN OARDEN, FIELD AND i'LOWKH
SEEDS. New crop now In stuck nnd on lest
in our greenhouses. Ask your inerclinal for
them In souleil package*. It ho ,1,,,-* not lunula-
Hit-in ive uill innil 60 assorted. Se pnekots ol
vegetable nnd Bower seeds lour dwi selection,
sniinlile for II c. Hardens) I'm-Slim. Special
prices on vour hulk seeds,
II. ('. GROWN FRUIT AND OltXA-
MENTAL TREES now ready for spring
shiinncnt,
Extra nice slock of two nnd tlu-co-yonr Apple
Tree* ni 820.(01 per lot), $180.00 per I, : May-
mini Plums, $1.(10 i-ii.-l.: llnlinn Priiuo, two-
year, line, Jt25.no por IHO; Sugar I'riuto, two-
year, lino, 530.00 ) or lu".
Full li-i of other stock Ul regulnr prices. No
expense, In*- or delay ol fumigation or
ilis|,c,'llini.
Lot ino nrlcu your li-l oufoi-o pluolng vnur
order,
iiieenl *e I'l.iui*. Flor Work, Bee Supplies,
l-'i-uii Packages, l-'.-i-i ili/.i-v*. ,-!,-.
CA'I'.M.iiiil'i: FHKE,
M.   J,   HENRY
uuu. WESTMINSTER lllllll. VANCOUVER, II. C
KOOTENAY CENTRAL RAILWAY
The  pi -, .ity  I  E -■   :.   lenu;
bingi • •  tirely  a thecoiistt
tbe Kooteo    Cenl
vide I   : -, .' tioi   for the
tween Gpl ten    id W 01 tin
160 milei *   be i    -*
miles in yet underi    ■■   ctio     I i
Dominion subi
ii subsidy I     ■ nteed by tin
Pn rince a ■■• canci  cd  ind it « nil
,:. ■    the i.i  --:. ue c n il
the railway liinges i ti tin
the provinci     ml sidj.    ll i   in i  i
.:. lav : ol railway subsidies, bul there
are special  circnmstanci - a   n oil
with tiii— particular line i   it v   ild
B|-|..iir t '     in ml "   n tu wai i i tin
-   •..;,     i he pick -,i tin I mils In tin
I'i pei   C ■ uml ..i    \ - ■ ■. -
Golden and W ii di rmen    en  . ..-
*s gubsidii - to rail* .;.- in othoi pn '■
ul the pn vinee.    Had these lands
been avail ible e sufficient  res - m
have been grsnted Irom them to ensure the construction ol thc i dl ■
but -ine- ti,,. Province ban used thc e
lond- (or purposes in no way bei eflcl d
b   K.ist  Kootenay, the govcrt mei t
owes restitution to thai scctl in, ui ,1
in no better way can restitution le
made thun by subsidising this railway
to an
struct
undoubtedly rich in mineral wealth
REVELSTOKE   BUILDING  CO.
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CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICE
NUTIi'i: i- hereby given Ihal in cu  ■
either of the Cily Fire Brigades
i* culled  '"   i llie nun-- on prop
,iiy outside  ii---   i it)   Limits    ili-
ownersn[ -in li pi     rty will
upon to pay tht
i nl tend i ■
lil  Illih-I  of tl      -
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NOTICE.
,_   I, lliiril Minnie) n
%   el nidi   nl    I
,. Vtsillnghrutli
cordially  wel
icd
c. A. I'ltOllUNlKIt, Skoiiutaiiv,
SELKIRK LODGE, NO 12.1. 0. 0. F.
Meets everyTlnirsda,
evi'iiiligiliOilill-'ellolis
Hull nt s oolook
Visiting lire! limn cur
tliuiiy invited to ut
lend
.1. MATIIII-, Se
ll   MACIIIINAI.II, \.C.
Richard R. Copcland
JOBBING (AltPENTEIt
AND CAIilNET.MAKEll
Mantles, Shelving. Slni'in Doors, etc
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Third Street East, Revelstoke
REOPENED!
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FIRST STREET.
Orders for Beel and Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and small goods
will receive prompt attention.
Something Pure
11 you are looking for Pure
Honey we have just opened up
a consignment of   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE   COMB
ill 1 lb. boxes, or in 5 lb, cans
"Guaranteed Pure."
CANNED   GOODS
Our Canned Goods nre second
to none, end more than that
we "Guarantee every Can."
HOBSON & BELL,
GROCERS, BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.
WAH CHUNG'S
Ice Cpeam Parlors
Ice Craam  Supplied at  $1,50
per Gallon.
Front Street, Revelstoke
ASK  YOUR   DEALER  FOR
••KURTZ'S PIONEERS'
■■KURTZ'S OWN''
■■SPANISH BLOSSOMS''
UNION    MADE    CIOARS
MANUFACTURFD   13/
■■  '   Pioneer Cigar Factory
Us. Cordova Su, W,
VER. -   -   E, C.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Boughi
Cash Prices Piuu
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium.
Under il„. new inaniigeinentjof
IIakiiy  iMcIntiisii,  Hoffman  House
Rossland.
rpllE MEDICAL WATERS of Hul-
1. cyon nro the inost ctirulive ill the
world. A perfect, tiuiiunl remedy for
nil Neivous and Muscular diseases.
Liver, Kidney and Slum toll ailments
and Metallic Poisoning, A sure cure
for "Thnl, Tired Feeling." Speciul
rales on ull boats und trains, Two
mails in rive nnd depiul every day.
Tolegrii It communication wilh all
marts of ih,- world,
Thumb—$12 to $IS per week.   For
I'miher pariiciilnrs apply in
HARRY MiINTOSII
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arroto Lake. 'B. C
Mrs. II. ,1. Iln.ibury Munugress.
First-Class Table.|
Private Dining Boxes.
Largo Dltilngrootn for
Uniuiunls Suppors, ole.
Furnished Rooms To Let,
FIRST STREET,' REVELSTOKE
WOOD YARD
l have slui'Leil a periuuiient Wood
Yard on Third street. Willi my pnst
experience I hope to he in u position
to satisfy all requirements of customers, Dry coi'dwood kept iu stock and
supplied in any lengths at reduced
prices for cash,
R. SAMSON,
(Certificate ol Improvements,
NOTICE
H. LOUGHEAD.
Trueman's Studio
MR    HEMUS
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THE OLD STAND
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Tlie Money Saving
Work Saving Soap
I hnl - I: il fi -1, kind—
i,.mli- in Vn Largest
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peg.       lb   .-'
washing  . ■
And the  ,■-.   ,,
Premium System
II,,-.if,el  I, il- V lull    '.'■ gi   '    [(I)
llnvni i -I,hi tVi ippcn Send
[or ii —I-'ree—A I-., try thc
Soup.
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extent to .ecure immedi       PQUgJ  §QM ^     [^
ion.    Tin- Last M-lkiik r.n.g,   - • '
Vancouver, B, C.
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A     FARM     ON     EA8Y    TERMS
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■I I--   iu llm i,,ii,   ilmrn lln m' in ' :■• iici.il
nntlirrli illn-c-l   .,   i m» tlm I   I
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)'-. LpilphHlyot Agent.
NOTICE.
VOTK'K is herein- given Ihnl, do ilnys nllor
i> dato, we Intond to apply t„ lliu Chief Cum.
niissiiuier nf Luiuls uiul Wurks for permission
lu imrcliii.se tho following lloscriliod llllllis
sitiuueil ill Wesl Kootenay district, wosl side
of Upper Arrow Lnko:—
Cnliiiueiieing ni n pnst inul-kcil "M. C. Slyo's
nr,i-i 1. eusi corner," aboutB miles smith n( Kitsi.
hull Creek, ill the snulli ensl I'nrner n( A. K.
Uniniii„iiil'sii|i)ilieiiiiiuito iiuri'lius,',thonce nest.
120clcili,*.. thenco snulli pi chums, tlience eust su
chnlns, tlionco soutli in chains, thonce oust 111
elinlns, thonco north su chains in unlet nl coin-
nieiH-i'iueiit,, ooulalnlng 040 acres.
Ilnlcil Ihis Suil ilny „( .Mny, 1000,
M. C, W.YK,
Per ltuljili slye, Agent.
Commencing at u post mortal "A. li. limn.
 nil's nortli ut-st corner,'1 ul tlio soutli ensl curlier,,! I.nl. .|,ri;il mill nliiillt I'., Illiles snulli nll'iisl.
hull Creek, thenco snulli iim elinlns, tlionco oast
iu clmiiis. thence nortli 100 ohains, thoneo nest, 411
chnlns lu jiolnl ,,f Qointnencoineitt, containing 010
acres more or loss.
Dated this 21st day ul Mri-.iihjii.
A. li, IIAJl.M(INl),
Per llnlnh slye, Agent,
(Inmni ine ut n posl inarkod "I-'. A.islye's
 -lit east corner," nl I Hi clmins tvostol tlio
smilli nest, corner ,,( l.„t 4670 nml at the north
11,-*i ciirnor "f 11. 3. Iliiiinniinil's application to
I'lni-liiis,'. nml ul 1  I'.,  miics smith nt FiMtlmll
I'n-ek, tlienco nest III clmins, Ihi-nee snulli ,11
elinlns, llienco tvesl SO chnlns, tlienco smith 40
eliuiiis, tlience ,-iisl a lit. chains, llionce north 80
ohains lu point ,,1 cuninioiiccmont, contAiiiliig
mu iieros.
Dated this mot day ol Mny, 1000,
I-'. A. si.vk.
Per ltiil|ih slye, Agenl.
Commencing nl n pest marked "(I. .1. lliini-
mend's north east corner," nt the south east cornor ei lot 4570, und about Hi mile* smith n[ Fust-
hall Creek, Ihenco tvost40 chains,thonco south
1110 ,-lmins, Ihenco eust 40 chains, thenoe north pin
chains in point ,,f commencoinenti containing um
Dnicil this nisi ilny ol May, mnn.
c. .1. HAMMOND,
I'm llnlnh slye, Agent.
Commencing nl it post marked "M. C. Dicker-
son's nnrlh west eurner," on the slioro nf Arrow
Uko, shouts mil,,* south nf Fosthall Crook and
nl 1-j ,-lmiii* mil-ill n( the soniit east corner oi
A. 1:. ie, t's application to purchase, thonce
-milli I2U chains, llienee ensl su clmins more ,,1
less to the shore of Arrow Uko, tlionco toltowtng
-,-ii,l-I™-,- in ;i general northerly ami westerly
dh linn loo chains mure nrless t„ poinl of com-
lln>li,-,-lil.-l.l Ill nilliltfti Illll iiert-s moro nrless.
Dalod ilii. 2211,1,lay uf Mny, lira.
M. C. D1CKKIISON,
I'm- Itnljih slye, Agent.
1' neiiM nl n pusl marked "I,. .M.J,.lue
.iiuiM.-'milli ensl -nor," nliinit :i miles south ,,l
I'mlliall Creek and alionl H, milos woit fmni tin-
Inke. it tin- soutli wesl corner of O. J. Hammond's
appllcatltin In purchiiso, thoneo north 80elinlns,
then,-,' west lliu chains, theuce smith 111 clmins,
thonco cast  in chains, tlionco south -to ,-lmins,
llienee en-I tin elm ills In point ot cuillnclli-eiucnl,
.illumine (Mlllieres.
Daled this Mini day of May, 1000,
1.. M. JOHNSTON!',
I'ur Ro)pli slye, Agent.
Cnmnionoiiig ul n post mnrkod "J.Ij. Hlrsch's
-Milli   Weil   eeriiel." lit   III,,   .SUIllll I'llsl Cnriior „f
Lnl 1.170, nml nli'iiil l| miles-until nt Fnithall
Crook, theiKie nnrlh sn chains, them oat 411
chRillS.   Iliell.e    -nlllll    SU   ellllill*, llll'llci-   HCSt 40
inn tupiitnt ill coiiituencoment,containing 820
. nr less.
Dated this list .lay ol ..hy. lira.
,1. I.. Illlisiil,
Por Italpli Slyo, Agent.
 ei.'i -   -I   ' pusl  -In-il "K. A. Hlye's
. ..mei     ii tin- .unlll west cornerol
i    ,  ■    ml   ii , miles ninth n( Fosthall
.■ uortli in eliuiiis. thence west su
    -.uill in chnlni, I In-. 1,,-si no
 nli  u, eliuiiis, liionco onst80
.  rth  ni 'Iiniii-. [liol stun
mint ef "itn lieeiiu'lit, cntiilnilni Ol'l
I ■ i.i Mny, IIM
K  A, SIA'K,
l'erl!.ll|,ll.slye, AgOlll.
,i |e. i marked 'A. Dellenmey
I   I .nei        ,1 1   'i lllile snlllll nf
'     Ii  noil ii.lllel |ll»l ..I
■ .1   IS, chnlni, lliene, Hi Ml
■ i -  in chains  iln-iiee  tii in
-'   ii 'I ■■ u o imrlli in
 i ' menl 'iiiiiio i-uio
r.M»   lira,
i   nm.I.i:\Mn i i:.
I'.i Kiilplislye. Agonl.
LELAND  HOTEL
KAMLOOPS
wswcll, (ioi'iiici'ly of l.cliuid Hotel, Vanoouver) Proprietor.
First Class House for Travellers and Commercial Men
Newly IBuilt, Newly Furnished, and the most comfortable house in the City.
CLOSE TO RAILWAY STATION.    Large Sample Rooms
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office Toronto, Ontario.
Ilruuclios iu the Provinces uf Muiiltiihii. Alberta, Snskntcliownn,
British Columbia, Ontario, Quohoe.
Capital Subscribed ...       $4,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up ....   $3,900,000.00
Reserve Fund ....        $3,9oo,ooo 00
I). II. Wilkiu, Prcsiilciii; Hon, It. .Iafi-'kav, Vloo-Prusldeiit,
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings Dki-autmknt—Deposits received and Interosl allowed
ul hlgllt'sl ciit't'cnl rule from dule of opening account, ami coin-
po:indcd hnlf-yi'iii-ly.
Drafts Bold available 111 all purls of Ontiada, United States uiul
Kin-ope.   Special iittcnlloii given lu Collections.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C- A. E. Phipps, Manager.
r*>rV*«>^l*i>*--ar*>i^iVtVir*s>»Vj<^»WWV^»*^r,->»'i>-,«
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS
For nil kinds of up-to-date and reliable furniture
ami bouse furnishings goto
R. Howson & Co., Furnishers
&\aV*-VV's/'**'-A*\'V'A^
THE MOLSONS BANK
lncoriiornlfid by Act uf Pnrlinment, 18W.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
WM. MOLSON MaoPHEBBON, Pros. S. II, EwiNG, Viec-Pres.
Jamhb Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything in way uf banking business transacted without unnecessary delay.
Interest credited twice n yenr nt current rates on SavingB Bunk
deposits. 	
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Revrmtokr, B. C.
AWNINGS
Now that bright spring days are coming in, to 1)0 followed by the heal
i f summer you wanl to keep your slores und bouses cool und comfortable,
The Best Way to do Ibis is to secure awnings for your windows, and
order them from
L.   A.  FRETZ,
FirstJStreet.
mwmm
iNOTICU
LAND NOTICES,
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■    iruei i , thorn- I hln ehiiliis,
■ .  in,, il"-,,' 'Hi lOclinlns,
...  In poinl III i iiiniiieUeeilli'lll.
n   im " "ii"
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Inioni I'i'i.  '" His Willi '' iliwlnnnr ol
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lit,  -ii 11j- -. I) '
i „,,.„. in- .1, in.*! planted nl llio lo.itl, mis'
i - i-e nnl mnrknd "B,,Mi H li
i.e.I. . "llie, pull,"  tlienCO   '."!   W   'I, Kill*. Illl'll'','
 I inin., ronr 1-- lo 11,,'iiiiik nl the
|-, | ,.,  j;,,,,.,   thonce wosl W -leiins nl'iimilic
i„„,k -iiiiiii 1'iiser Iti,-,-, i" ll i-t bniindnr) ,,l
|.,i  in   ll,,lee   juiltl,    ll"   -IlililH,  UUU"   "I I'-'.
iImi.mi ,,i i ndarj ul W 180 lollio poinl nl
 i„, ni containing BOO ncroi moro or Ion.
Dated the I Hit ilny Ol April, WW.
If  MellKAN,
ItenolitoMi n.c.
n ^lbsNet. t
Oualilyjind portly Cuamnteed.
WW
Certificate  of Improvements.
3STOTICE
I'eiienck  MilUir.ll Clililll, sitllHlO ill  tint   llmul-
si,,kll Mlnlllg Dl.isl f   Wosl   ll,,,ilen.ll
Dlstrloli-
\\-|i,-r„ Inciiteil: At liindurd llaillt, In llm
Mix llond,
TAKK NOTICH Hull I, It, Smith, Free
Miner'* Curlilieiile Nn. II KOii'l. noting ns nttelll
furl' .1. Itilmiilis. Prim Minnr's Certillenlo Nn,
il881801 0 li. Iti,l,in*,,|i, Froe Milior's.lVrllll-
onto N„. 1188:,:,:, nml Win M. Sniton's Free
Minor's Cnriilleiiiu No, II 8018',, inlond sixty
dnvs Inini-lillu lieieiil I" n|>|ily  In  III"  Minim,-
Kocorder for n Cerlillonto ol Iniprovoinents r„r
I lu, purtniiool iiliiuin inn ii Cruwn liiuni ,,l the
Ills,vu cluiin.
Aiel ruillior,lnko niitloo, (hut tiction uudor
Secliim 111, imi*l lm ciiinnuuicnil linfnre the
i*-uuiicn,,( -ucli I 'erl ifli-ulu nf tnijiriii-oiiiolili
lint
Ap. I
I Ihi- Sei I ilny ul April, A.I),, Illll.
in H. SMITH.
Certificate of  Improvements.
NOTICE.
Miirllm .liuni Fraction nml   Mintii  Miiiaral
riiiim". silimti) in tlm RtSTBlptOKO Mining
Dlrlfltou or Wont Kootonojf Dlatrtot.
Whoro locatod 1 At Htiiiiiliinl  Husin,   Hl«
Hand,
TAKK NOTICK ttiat I. H. Hmitli, Froo
Mlnor'i UorllflooIrO No, 11 ASA ftoluig as agent
fnr llm I'riurn Mining mi'l UOVOlppttient Cum-
iiitiiy, Lliiiit'iil liiiiltilfly; Froo Minor's I'nrtlll-
untoNn U^lK'i. inlcnil tilt)/ itnyii frum dnlo
horoofta n|)ply to l'10 Mining Roooruor Tur
(■ortlliofttos of Impfovonionto for tho punnio
of ubiiilntiiK Crowo uruuti of tlm noovo
olatmii
And fortlior, lnko Dotloo. Hint ROtlop undo.
Scpiicni :i". rauit I"" oommonooa Wore the
luonnoo of inch L'ertluentea ol IiiiprovnmoiiK
Dstodthli Socond day of April, A.D.. nol.
ftp, I 2m. K. SMITH,
In tlio County Court of Weal Kootenay. Iiolden nt
Uevolotoke;
To Krnoat Augustus Hakor, known na Gila Itakoi,
nf Arriovlii'iid, It. (',
Take nutlco that 0 plaint lms boon fiitcrrd ami
a BUimtioiiH issiird agaliiBt ynu in tho abovo Romi-
lyCiiiiit liy fionrgeClmnmanql Arrowlioatti n.f ,
fc.r t in-r-ion of $160.00, noing tho amount of n t?ov-
Inln flipi|iui miulo ami drawn by yon upon tlio In:
porlal Hank uf i'aiiiuta,ArrowlieaH3( a, anil
dated Jim Slab, iDufi, H'lilclicliQi))io waa on proaan
tatton itlahoiioroil for mm-pnymont .ind renwins
nnpnlil and nf wllloh t ln> i>t.initi(r in Uit* tiolrlcr nn<J
nn order naa boon inadatbat lliu pnbllcatlon of n
nutlco uf tbo ontry uf biicIi plnlnUu tho Mail
Herald nawapaper piibllshod at lu vrlstnke, H.c.
for four insiTiicuiH shall be doomod i" bo ruoiI and
anlfloiont Horvloo of the BUininona upun ymi,
Vnn aro required lo outer a illanuto nolo within
olgbt daye frmn the nurd day uf Mnv, Unhi. Wnj-
tlm iliilccil (In. lust inililiralii'ii uf ||]fs notice, ai
ihe Koglatrar'a olilco at Revelatoke, Il.C, nml if
yon du imt so enter such dispute note, jml«mpnl
may bo etguod against you nnd the* plaintiff may
procoeil to oxeoutioii.
liati'd this mill dny nf May, IIKHl.
W. K. MrUI'CIILIN.
Deputy Registrar,
Bcotl a- llrlggs, Solicitors fur Plaintiff,        }t
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS IIKHKIIY UIVKN Ilia, thirty
dnys aftor dntii I Intend to apply tu' lh3
(lliiof Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for a
speciul license to cut nnd carry away tiinlior
I'min the following described lands near
Upper Arrow hnke, Wesl Kootenay District,
Fosthnll waters:—
I. Cnmnieiii'iiia at 11 post llhout 6 chains smith
„( Bear Creek uml tiliniil. fniir miles lime the
11111111I1. tlience nm Hi HO chnlns, llienee enst 81)
chnlni, llienee snulli 80 chains, thence Mil so
chains in),,,iui nl commencement.
•L CmiiiuciK'iiui at 11 iiii.l nn -eul Ii siile ut Bear
(Ireck allll aluiiil live Illiles (null (he iiuiulll, thcllCS
mirth on elialns, llienee east 8(1 chains, thence
smith su chains, tlienco wesi so chains to puint ,,f
I'UllllUClll'I'llll'lll.
II. Cuininonolllg at Nn. 2 pnst Iiiii III so ihalns,
tlienco ut-st 811 i-lmiii*. llionce smith su cluilns,
llli-nci, east Seelmiii* ti, point e( eumiiieiii-elnelit.
4. Coininoliclllg at a pusl nil nnrtli side ,,1 Hear
Creek, iiliunt sll uill,. (nun (Iir mmUli, Ilieuri,
imrlli sn chains, Uieiu-e wesl hli chains, Uiciii-u
smith 80 chnlns, thence east mi chains In puint ,,l
('milllielli'emenl.
Ill.leil  Ull,   ,||l, lllllll,
  II. (I, nilllBIXS.
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HKHKHV QIVBN that no duyn
aftor dnlo 1 Iutond to apply to tlio Hon. Chief
Coniinissioiinrof Laiui- .-mu Works Tor u special
liconso lo out uml curry uwuy timbor from ilm
followiiiKdoscribeil lands, situate tit or near
Uu'Siiitnliinl Husin, Hovolstokedistrict.
t'ommeiiciiiif at a mist iilntitoilubout I! milo-
north or Stuiidiinl Mine, nmi mnrlcod "('.J,
K's Sutiili-Wi'-t I 'uniiir Post": theuce north 1U0
chains; llienco enst 4<l chains; thonco south
lOOohnillBj thonce west Pl chains to the place
of coinmoiicomont.
Dated tho Second day of April A.D., lllllll.
Ap.42.ro. C.J.KUMENS.
I li HOTEL
Arrowhead, B. C.
dim-iiiiiuily situated on the hIiiiich
if Arrow Luke.
Good Trout Plehlni.
lloiils always for hire.
Sample lioouin in oonneotlon. - \.
I''iist-class house for Tourllll und
Conniieiolal men,
W. J. Lightburne, Proprietor THE MA1LHERALD, REVELSTOKE B. C
TWIN BUTTE DISASTER.
|l iijiiiiuieil from I'uite Une|
tl., though the contrapt provided for
Ibis. On other bridge work dono the
company always had nu inspector on
tlio work. Hud crrespotidence with
Mr. Kilpatrick, Mr. Ford and Mr.
Hni 11 bridge concerning using old ties*
instead of new onea ou the bridge.
To Mr. rinkhuni: On Saturday
night 1 told lluekbiini to atari, in on
Monday morning und liniobing bracing the 100 ft. spun which lell nnd
finish taking out tlie old work.
To Mr. Scott: Telegraphed to Mr.
Kilpatrick (copy produced) condemning ties supplied. Was told to uie
boot cl what I had. The railway company were to furnish the ties, which
were supposed to carry the weight,
and believed they were capable ol
doing so. Mr. Kilpatrick and Mr,
liuinhridge ligured out the strength ol
the ties nnd suid they were snle. It is
the duty ul the bridge con puny to
keep up the traffic
T. H. Crump, C. P, R. freight conductor, stated he wus in charge
ol lirst section of 911, wliicli wns
wrecked ut Twin flutte. Engine
and train started to cross at rate of
three miles an hour. IVus standing
in cupola and looking on tiremaus side
when saw engine going over bridge on
lelt side. Remarked to Mr. Elton
engine was going over. Saw tender
nnd curs also full. They seemed to go
about 30 leet as il sliding on spun
before falling. Went down hank and
saw Engineer Purvis coming out of
wreck, but lost sight ot nim again.
Met bridgeman who told me engineer
was lying down bank. The fireman
was between engine und tender (lend.
,1. P. Purvis, C P. R. engineer, suid:
I1 us in churge of engine 1014 on 21st
and pulled first section of Oti east.
When approaching Twin llutte bridge
got signal from Conductor Calder to
proceed and pulled on bridge at about
four miles an hour. Was looking out
and felt the bridge move and slip
buck. At first I thought I wns dazzed
from smoking nnd pulled my head
into cab. Felt the engine sink, then
lull und stop. Walked off to get rid
ot steam. Laid down 20 yards off
engine us I lelt weak. Hid not leol
uny jar of engine leaving rails. Did
not bear any ties break.
To Mr. l'inkbam: The engine was
about half way across when it started
to sway. The track was not right
straight in line on the bridge.
Supt. Kilpatrick stated while clearing wreckage saw sume of the braces.
There were three top struts doubled
up attached tu girders. Suw no other
bracing. In other ports of the bridge
saw only one bolt where there were
live boles. Consider to make an iron
spun sule tbe greater number of brace
members should be iu place and
securely bolted. Had no responsibility
in connection with bridge. Had
several bridges built by contract on
this division and had an inspector to
see that rivetting was properly done,
but had nothing to do with method of
construction.
C. P.R. was only bound to furnish
contractor with ties and guard rails,
Mr. fiainbridge nnd I figured on the
strength ol the tic material and were
satisfied there was ample strength to
curry any train on tbe C.I'.R. system,
Shortly alter exchange of telegrams
saw Mr. Lucius personally ami told
him to use only the good ties, and il
he was still short, to use the new ones.
Cannot say bow lar the duties of
resident engineer are affected by this
contract. Conclude the accident wiib
caused by the 100 loot girder spun
buckling nnd girders getting off their
vertical, and the weight causing them
lu lall to the side, throwing the engine
and ear down stream some considerable distance from centre line of
bridge. Hod engine gone through the
ties it would have dropped through
the girders, spreading them apart.
J. P. Forde, C.P.R. engineer, stated
that the contractors bad no right to
take out tlie old structure without
consultation with the bridge inspector.
Braces appeared to have been put in
and taken out again.
To Mr. Pinkham : Mr. Lucius told
me and Mr. Kilpatrick if the ties bud
broken, the girders would spreud.
There was not sufficient bolting done
on the braces, and not sufficient
bracing done to make the bridge sule.
Would not have permitted a train to
cross the bridge hnd he known its
condition.
C. E. Curtwrigbt, 0, P. R. Livision
Engineer, oaid under thc contract tbo
bridge and building muster or an
inspector was required tu supervise
erection ol bridge. Told Mr. Ford an
inspector would be appointed.
W, Miller, C. P. It, bridge and building inspector, stated his duties did not
involve supervision of bridges undor
contract. Alter accident examined
fallen girders. Fouud three top struts
attached between girders on west end
simply tying the cords together—not
muoli of a bruce at all. There wero
no struts or braces below. Found
nine other lateral braces but they had
been taken out. Some of them had
apparently been used on the bridge.
Mr, Scott here complained the coroner took down the evidence against
his clients but not that in their lavor.
The Coroner said lie wanted to get
all the ^evidence and if Mr. Scott wus
nut satisfied ho could have it rectified.
Witness continued: The girders
could not be hold up and a train
taken uver salely without the bmces
Injng in. Examined girdors for murks
;t Aiincing having been on but could
not see any.
The Coroner pointed out thoro was
u clause which pruvided lor tho supervision of bridge work hy tho company's
bridgo uud building inspector.
M'itnoss replied he hud never been
advised of such a clause by either Mr.
Lucius or Mr. Korde.
To Mr. McCarter: When the company is putting in new work to replace
old the custom oo this division lms
been lo cull for the presoneo of the
bridge inspector,and Mr. Fordo 0' I
intend. Ilul 1 been nntillid oi tho
change nt llie bridgo 1 would have
been there.
Mr. Ahum usked thnt Supt. Kll-
|nitrick's lot'iuuiu for li"iiring breaking
strain of bridge he put in,
The Coroner: You could not tin-
li'i'stand it if it was.
Mr. Aniun: Well we should like lo
see it.
Mr. McCarter: Certainly, wo shall
put that in.
To Mr. McLennan: I tnkemy instructions Irom Mr. Forde.
Mr. McLennan: Hoes tho (net thnl
work is let by contract release the
company from responsibility lor the
salety of the track?
Witness:   I unilcrst od so.
To the Coroner: The appropriable are expended under supervision
if the engineer and ho is responsible
lor instructions given concerning such
work.
To Mr. Fraser: The fact of the
shims lieing used in fitting the bridge
to tho disc showed it was not made to
lit well. As a bridge Inspector 1
would not allow a train to puss within! most of the laterals being put iu.
W. Fullerton, Joseph Levy, H. und
T. Sohmiokrath. 1). Van Home, W,
Corcoran, \V. Donaldson, Robt. Go-
puuld, J. Fl. tt, F. E, Buokham, E. J.
McCarthy, ,1. and (1. Smith, and D. C.
Fraser gave evidence either as to whnt
they had seen ol the wreck or the
condition afterwards.
The Coroner reviewed the evidence
ubout 11 p.m. nnd the jury retired.
After being nwuy over two hours they
returned witii a verdict that Coibett
came by his death by being crusln d
between engine 1014 und the tender,
through the collapse of the bridge nt
Twin Butte and that tbe accident wus
caused by gross negligence on the part
of the employes of the Locomotive and
Machine Company of Montieul in not
having the bridge securely braced,also
that the C.I'.R. were guilty of negligence in not having a bridge inspector
In charge ol the work,
The coroner said he could not
accept that verdict. Thc parties held
responsible for their negligence must
he specifically named.
The jury ngain returned for an hour
when tbey returned - it .   n nmei di-d
verdict,  " that   the  cdlnpsu ol   I e |
bridge wus   -e,l  hy iieglio   ,-    mi
the pnrt of F. E. Buckhni . i n mm .
andH.Flett, employee of the I.,"--
motivo uud Machine ('ninpiiny of,
Montreal through not having ihe
fallen sp.u securely braced. We also
lind tin,! (', E Cartwright, ili.i-io- j
engineer, fur the Canadian Pueillo
Railwny i'iiiii|'ii,iy (Pacific Division)is
guilty ni i eghgeneo in not having ihe
work at the bridge under the supervision of a cninpelont inspector"
The Coroner:   Thai  is equivalent I
to a verdict nf denlh by niisadvonttiro j
The inquiry then adjourned,
Manufactured fundi,-In f building!
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All liiinl* nl building ami plastering
A. PRADOUNI, - REVELSTOKE
THE CITY EXPRESS
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prompt d-plivpry of pnrofls, IwKguye
•tc, I" 'mv i,;M' "f th*' City
Any Kind of Transferring
Undertaken.
TELEPHONE NO. 7.
SEE
Wing Chung's newly im
ported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Tea services Klowor I'ots
Plates Umbrella Stands
Banket* Lunch Baskets
('line Chairs Smoking Jackets
Handkerchiefs Silk Goods.
GOLD FISH
finest stock of candles and fruits In town.
Front Street, Revelstoke
M.|lll Kll
There are running Shoes,
and running shoes, but
none to equal those with
the Maple Leaf Brand on
the sole. They come in
both Tennis and Oxford
styles fur Ladies or Gentlemen, (i iris or Boys, and
the soles of all are made
from pure para gum rubber
Maple Leaf
Lacrosse. Tennis
orRunningShoes
Look well, lit well, wear
well and are stylish, neat
and durable,
For sale by all good shoe
dealers.   Ask for them.
J. Leckie Go. Ltd
Selling Agents,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
'X.
F0W1NTUSE,
S because ihe ''C-imo-M.ieiietic*'
Magnotic*
'."•.■■
illy temftnii—    , „_
jj ho'l iw *i:r-.«itiid in its own    /££$¥ 'BIKB
With
,   .ireful
. use, ii will" '
* its edge fo.    v ™  -y—     ,    .
" wild       s^dK^S^r       Eonblp Concave MfO
''**- (or heavy bmdi * «
'CartonMagnetic" Elastic Cushion Strops, $1.00,
fr -t!/HWI^r     Fret booklet "Hints to Shaven."
ffiP
"GRIFFON KNIVES"
Miulcof "Griffon Itazor Steel. Thoy
Imiii nn edge longer (Jinn nny knife
made.  Full assortment All styles,
Lawrence Hardware Co.
Limited.
REVELSTOKE B, C.
Jf M <»\.V,\\,,,l,.,iM,
N  lii'ii  '---laiJ ,'■-' ■>■:• "** -fPil*14*'
1*5 a"      L&^nfil
i
i
■SYNOPSIS  OF   EMULATIONS  UOV
WINING THE DISPOSAL OF Lu-
V1LNIO.N-    LANDS     WITHIN    TU
RAILWAY   BELT  IN   THL  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
A LICENSE tu eul Ululier can he u,
quired, only at jiublie competition, j*.
rental ul' H jjor square mile is ohurged
tor ull timber berths except tliuse situated west oi l'ule for which the rental Is
ut the rule ul e cents per acre jier annum.
In addition tu the lenlal, dues at llie
(ullowing rates are charge,*;—
Sown lumber. So cenls per thousand
feet  B.M.
Railway ties, eight and nine feet long,
1 1-- and 1 il-4 cellla each.
fining,,.- huils, a cents a cord.
All ulher products, ~. per eeiu un llie
sales,
A license ia issued su soun as a berili
Is grunted, bin in surveyed territory no
timber can be eul un a berth until the
licensee hue made a bUl'Vey ihereul.
Permits lu cui limber are aluu granicil
at jiuull,. culuuclitiuii except 1" the cav.
of aciual settlers, whu require the Um-
..-i- lur tln-ii- uivn use.
Settlers and uihcns muy also uuluin
permits tu cut up tu lull curds ut wuud for
Sale    wlthuul    . uiiipeOliuii.
Tiie dues payable under a perinii are
Jl.Su per Ihuusaiid feel B.1L, Iur squme
limber and sawlogl Ol any wood except uak; from 1-2 to 11-2 cents per iiue.il
(uut for building lugs; Hum 12 1-2 tu -.,
cents per curd lor wuud; 1 cent lur fence
pusts; 'i ceiita fur railway ties; and Ml
cents pel- curd fur shingle bolls.
Leases lur grazing pulpuses are issued
for a leim ni tweniy-ui.e years, ul i
rental ui twu ctills per acre per annum
Cual lands may be purchased ut W
per acre (ur suil cual und (il fur antlira-
cite. Not niuie than 32u uciea may be
acquired by unc Individual or cumpaiiy.
Royally al llie rale of lu ceuls per tun
uf 20UJ pujnda la eullected ull llie glues
output.
Entries for land lur agricultural pus
ousts, may be made personally ut the 10
eal laud ulllce lur llie district In wlllcli
llie land lu be taken up Ib situated, ur
if llie liuim-stcadci desires, he maj, un
.ippliealiuli lu llie Minister ul the Interior
ut ouawa. the Commissioner oi Immigration al Winnipeg, ur the local ageni for
the LlBUict, within which the land la
situated, receive uuUiority fur sume one
iu make entry fur him.
A fee uf lie Is charged fur humesiead
entry. .
A aetller whu bus received an oniry fui
a homestead, Is required lo perform the
cundiliuns cunneeted therewith under ono
uf the following plans:—
,1, At lea.-i six months' icsldence upun
and cultlvailun uf the land In each yeur
during tlie lerm ot three years.
it is the practice uf the Departmeni to
require a settler lo bring 15 acres under
cultivation, but if he prefers he may substitute stuck; and BO head of caulc, lu be
actually bis own properly, with buildings
for their accommudallon, wUl be required
instead of cultivation. ,
(HI If the father (or mother. If the father Is deceased) of any person who Is
eligible 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 tic
satlslled by such perion residing with the
father or mother.
(3) If (he selller has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned by
lilm In the vicinity of Ills homestead, the
requirement of thc Act as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upun die
said  land.
Application for patent should be made
j at tin- end of ihrcc years before the lucal
ng, nt, sub-agent or a homestead inspector.
I Before making application for a patent,
: tlie seiner must give six months- notice
I In writing Iu tho Commissioner of B0-
minion l.un,l» at Ottawa, of his Intention tu du su.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
Ottawa. Fsbruray 11th. UK.
Il does not ronii irn an    ■ "t^S    3i,
^.-^ijQ , ,
expert to clean out tbe Duos .'--( f'^r   \>@&2M^
of tho    Sunshiiio " furnauo —     • *^5%'-> tyfi
the only tool nooilotl is n brush
whicL ie  sujjplioil   with ovory
fumnce.
vm
Clouii-out doors aro placed in Hie
easing, and tho brush can easily bo insortoil,
This heater just bristles with exclusive features sueh as
automatic gas dampers, largo double food-doors, stool domo,
double shakers anil stool radiator,
If you want tho bust Iiiiiiuoo inmlo got tbo " Sunshine"
Sold hy enterprising dealers ovorywhero.    Booklet  free.
TOaiyfc
ST. JOHN.    HAMILTON.
1 THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED,
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELTSOKE, B. C.
BOURNE BROS., Sole Agents.
t
Ask your Dealer For
"BUCK BRAND"
Garments for Workingmen,
Overalls, Smocks, Shirts, etc.
REGISTERHD TRADE MARK
They always bear our Trade Mark and the Union Label
Wm. J. McMaster & Sons, Limited
MANUFACTURERS      -      VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
HOTEL VICTORIA
(Under   New   Management)
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   -REVELSTOKE,   B,   C
First-olas accommodation for travellers.
Host brands of Wines, Spirit*, and
Uigurs.
RATES $1 AND $150 PER DAY
REE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS
Queens /fofe/
i COMAPLIX
Best brands of Wines, Liquorsand Cigars.   Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation a£this
Hotel.
CHIEF  YOUNG, - -        Proprleto.
* P. BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.  5
I1KAD OFFICIO:   CAWARY,   AtBKRTA.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
pork I'.n-ki'rs and Dealfln1 in Livo Stock.  Markets in all the principal Cttlea and
Towns nf Alborta, British Columbia and the Vukon.   P.ickiir.*) ol the Celebrated Brand
a • impi'i'iUr" llama and Bacon, and Shamrock Brand, Uaf Lard. j
i%%^^ty%^v%^%^%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%*4
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 80 days aflor dato
1 intend to apply tothe Honoranle tbo Chief
Commissioner oi Lands and Works for permission t" cut and carry away timber irom ilu*-
following described landa situated in Wesl
Kootenay district!
1, (Commencing nl h post planted on the
south side ni Smith ereek about 'J'j miles from
thoCulumbin river ami marked "E.J.Johu-
non's nnrtli cum comer poat," thonco Bouth sn
cliiiins, thenco wosl 80chains.thonco uortli -SO
cualUB, thenoe oast 80 ohains to tho puint nl
Romineucoment.
2. Commencing at n posl planted on the
Mnitli sldeblfitnith crook about 8Wmiles from
llie Columbia rivor mul markedMK. J. Johnson's north east eomor post," thonco south 80
chains, ihence wesl 80ohains, tlienco imrih 80
idialns, thence cast 80 chains to the point of
noimnoiicomeitt,
;: Commenolinrat n post plantod mi thc
*,,iiili sideoI8milh crook about4*^ miles from
tho Columbia river and marked '-E, J. John*
son's imrili easl punier post," Ihoiioo south w»
t-lniiii.s, thence west 80ohains, theiico mirth mi
chains, thence easl 80 chains to lho point ol
pommoncontoiit.
-i. commencing nt h post planted on tho
•(.utii sldo of Smith ereek nborrifljj miles from
tlio Columbia river and marked '•¥.. J. John-
Mill's north ensl curlier uosti" HlOllOO snulli 80
chains, thenoo wosl SO chains, tlience imrih 80
(iinins, thenco cast 80 chains lo the point ol
(■ommenccmoni,
'i, commencing ataposl planted on tho
-iiiilli sido ol Smith ereek nboul oM miles from
iln- Columbia river nml marked "K. .1, John-
■.nil's north ensl cornor post," Ihouco soutli 80
chains, thenco wesl 80 chnlns, thonco north Bu
chains, Ihenco cast 80 clmins in ihe point ol
rommeucemeni
ti, Commonolng at a posl plan toil on the
soulh Bido of Smith creek abonl 7U miles from
ihi' Columbin river nnd marked "K, J. Jolin-
snu's norlh casi cornerpobI," liionco south 8u
cliiiins, ihomo west SOobalns, thonco norlh 80
cliniiiR. liionco east 80 chains lo tho polm ol
commoncomont,
7, commonolng nt n posl plantod on the
south Bido ol -iiulh ereek aboul i]A miles frum
tho l oluinbia rivor nnd marked "K, J. Johnson's south ensl corner post," thonco nurih m
chains, thence west IHO elinlns, tlionco soutli \o
ohains, thenco eail 100 chains lo (ho point of
culllllleUeellielll.
8 Commencing al n posl plantod on the
south sldo of Bmltii crook ibom I'-j milos irom
tbe Columbia rivor nml marked "lc J, John*
suii'ssoutlt casi corner post," thonco mirth 40
chains, ihuuce west loo chains, thonco south
in chains, i hence oasl 100 ohains lo lho point ol
coinineiicomonl,
0 (Vimmoticing at a post iilnuicii nn the
.ntnii-nlc rn'-imiii crri'li abontOW milos from
the Columbia rivor and iu»rke<i "R, J, John*
ion's south casi i orner post," ihoimo north 40
chains, thonco wesl Iffllohainii, llionoo soulli 10 ■ UiSmihi iH^li'lduvluilna'ui uuiisi nfninmiiJiicomont
, luiiii-, llii-m nst liHic liuliis In llie )ioinl nl1
iimoni
NOTICE
VfOTlCB is hereby -given Hint thirty days
ii niter daio I iiiti'inl to apply to tlm Chlof
Commissioner of Lands nud Works fnr spocial
licenso io ont and onrry awny tlftiber from tho
followiug described Inuds situated in Ensl
Kootenay district, B.C.!
I. Commenolng at auostumrkod "Arthur
Payne's south wosl rumor posl," plnntod nn tho
east side of Sullivan itivnr aboul l-i mllo from
Klmbaskol Uko, thonco oasl so chain-, thonco
north 120ohains, ihoucowo-t in ehalus, tlionco
south mi ohains, theuco wost 4u chains, thonco
-niilli Klohains In pnini iifciiiiinioiicoiuoiiL.
'I. Coinmonoing nt n pn-i mnrkod "Arthur
Payne's nnrlh west comer post," planted nn tlm
south bank uf Sullivan Rivor about tworallos
fnnn Kimbaskol Lake, tlionco south si)clmins.
thouce onst 80 ohnius, thonco norlh -SOobalns,
tlionco west -Su chains to point of cnnimonco-
m cut.
H. Commenolng nl a post mnrkeil "Arthur
Fnyno's north onst enmor post," plniiifl ou tlie
-mull baukofSiillivun rivor nboul I mllasfrom
Kimbnskot Lnko, thonce south W chains, thence
wo-t .sn chnlns, thonco north SI chains, tlionco
oasl 80 chains lo point nf commenccmont.
I. Cnmnieuoiiignl n pnst markod "Arthur
Pnyno's nnrlh wesl cun.or pnst,1'plantod nn
tho south bank of Sullivan Kivor nbout 4 milos
frum Klmbuskol Lako,tlionco soutli lu olmins,
them nsi ion chnlns, them rth lOclialns,
thonco wost 100 ohnlns to point nf nniouco-
ii i »i it.
5, Commouolng ui a posl narked "Arthur
Pnyno's south wost cornor post," plautodon
UioanuUi bnuk of Snlltvnu Kivor almnt I milos
fr  KiniLa-l.elUi.0. tlionco nurih lOcliulns,
iliom .i-i 100 chains, thouce soutli 10chnlns,
theuco wosl 100 chain- topolntof ( unonci-
meiit.
ii. Comiuouclug at a posl mnrkod "Arthur
Pnyno's nnrtli wost comer post," plnntod on
tho soulli bunk of Sullivan Kivor nlmui t\ mile
from Klmbaskol Uko, thence ninth U ohnlns,
thorn asl sn clmins, tlionco north w> chaius,
tlionco wo-t Ml chain-tu  iniiul   nf cominoiu'o-
7, Coinmoncliig nl a pn-4 markod "Arthur
Pnyno's south wosl enmor [wst," plantod ou
tin', smith bank nl Sullivan Kivor alintil 2 111 11 OS
from Klmbnsknl Uko thonoi rth lOohalns,
liionco onsl IHO ohnlns tlionco south lu chains
llionce wo-t inn chain-lu iiolutof coininonco'
mont,
Dntod the 2Istdiiy of Mny, 1000
AKTIIl'lt PAYNE.
NOTICE.
Noll, t;i* lieiel,, nii-eii Hint iliii-iy ilnysiilii-i
Mi,el illti-li- lOlls    In   llie   Hull.   ('Ili. t
I-.,inini-. nnl Luiiils mul .Vorki, tors 'mclul
liertlse I It nml I'lltl)  null) lilllln-l' fl',,1,1 tile
fi.lli.llil^ile-'-lilii'il lllllts:
I.   L'llllllllUltcillfl nt   II  llllll   lilillleil ell llie ensl
l.l MV.   el   11 Ill,   l„lk   „t   |i(e   C'lWlk,   „ '
mil, * uiu,.,. llie l„ili. i,n,l niiiil.eil    I   I - Hem
north ei-i  -f ii'i-l." ilieii,-,- »,-i Itirlisli
||,e||ee   .iillltl    llll  l-ll,,ilH. I||U||I'0   IWl     I"  llll
in   (.'nmmuiicliiR ui n poll |,liini,-,l „n tlio
north lido nl tlio north I'>rU ,,l smltli <-r.-.-k.
„) tr,!a milesii-uin ili,< i',,iui„i,l,i rivor ...,,l
,ii»rki-,l"K. J, Johtiion'i si,mli ensl cornor."
tl,"in,.- m,rili Nchains, thonoa west sn utmlus.
thenco lontli M eliolm. llionoo enst hi) obaini
IO UlO I'lll ,11-,,111111,'lleellll'lll.
Iliili-.l .Mnv fl, llllll.
E .1. .HIIINiSO ..
i-in-hiB nl n |,„sl I'l I "ii ll -,
,- north (ml, ,,( 111,- Until ml
UlO (ml- Sllll  llllillnil- 1.   I'. Il'-lll)
 ie, |.i,-l,'   llienee-until ll'    '
t. I'Mlllli
lllllll III III
Illiles nlinv,
mirth woil
ll ,< en.l III eli.iilh. lln- milli I
lliem-n ll,-..I 10Chnlni In |inllll ol llimlliTllli'lll.
I   3.  (I niim-lniiiilii poll plulltwl .,n II ail
tunk i,i the imrih f„rk ,,( l-id- Crook, ".liiml S|
I miles Ir  tin- Inrks nml iiini'keil"lf. I'. Hem,'.
inilUlWUl ,',,111,-r llllll,'   ll C'lmrll, llie, Iinil,-.
llll, koiICO olinlui, llioncu ...mh lOUclislm,
jtiiom i,»il„,-l,nil,si,, poinl ,,l co onco nl,
4.  Commonolng nl n pml iilanlail nil Hi
Central Hotel
/^,   REVELSTOKE, B. O.
ABRAHAMSON  BROS.,  PROPRIETORS.
Newly built.    First-class 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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;'    LOAN'S
NOTARIES
FOR SALE
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITV ri   (JJ
INSURANCE
'-»^»,-'.>*^Al'stai#I^Sl<»lajll<»t^al|il,t^a^atjtl</y
SIBBALD & FIELD
HAVE
Houses and Lots
|     REOPENED
REMODELED
Union /f ofe/ Restaurant
Mrs. McKitrick, Manageress.
Opi'ii at all hums.
Meal Tickets Issued
Short Orders tastefully served,
Rates Moderate
GET   YOUR   EYES   EXAMINED   FREE
A large vnriotj
of Glasses always
kepi in slock here
Try ii pair on
ive guarantee h   ^
\\. J,
If you require
anything in Jewelry
1 ifi here for you.
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i      A complete stock
of the   right  class
Of ROOils.
J. GUY BARBER,   - Jeweller, Optician
NOTICE
raMwara att gtti ik ! ffi^uBS^tsa g*
Chief Cami ilonorof Loudi nnd Work, for n ipnth rat oornor t, I mnro .....il.  Mm
-lioi'inl liconso Iii OUt nnd i-iirry nwny liiiilipr : I n-nn- nil B clinilli.  llio *,,nlli ■'    inl *
from lho following doiorllied Inudi In the His   tlionco woit Hcluliuto ttnl cominoncoiiionl
Irlct of Wosl Kootonay i '   s. Coi onolno al n poit nlnnloil on tlm n-cil
(jommonolnB nt  , mnrkod,•'J, Wlilttl; hank "J * rf;'»'1!,,,0' 'fJ^Yi&}
combo'i simtl, w„si cornor poit," plantod nl  mllpi ahovo tlm fnrki, nil mnrkod  l(. I', llcnrj ■
Bnowdon'i soutli onil cornor, tlm north m nor ul ooriior poit,   tlionco ;<rt »
..h.ii.. ilieiirii ,,n*i in elm iui, llionoo iimlh 80 tlionco lontli 80 clinlm, llicnc si nochnlii
• 1 i *' tlionco woit I" (-Imiii- i" point of com- - tlienco norlli so chaini t Inl ol commence nl
ll eeiM '-I-
AprilISIli, Ildil.
JOHN WHITTICOIIMK.
LAND NOTICK.
WOTICKI, h«vl.y,lti-.c'i lh.it on .lay..niter dale [, ?,,. Co.ninonoll.B i^fmlplmM mjuiml
I liili.|l,ll„n|,|,l.vl,,lll,,rl,i,'l('olllllll
„'( i.nmls ami H'orkfl lor ponnlnlon Inpnrchaso
tlio following doicrlhod Intnli „nil lliu l.,-,ln'-
wagon renif. Ariimlienil  Mining Dlvllloll, IVoil
Knotonny liisirlil:
Commencing at« posl nl I o-n ,-linlnss,,iiili
(ihe n-iiilh- posl on tin- ■ Ilii: lAidgo" imgnii roai
.mil ion,l.eil -1*. M. Kinmii- moll, wesl  i '
Hieme rail ■ halm,tlionco inutli in olinlm,
llionoo wosl io,-Iinins, tlionco miiCh -i" chaini lo
|».i„l „(  no -elin-lll
Dnle.l Mny Ist, 11111,
(J. M, BVMONS.
n, Comi ,-liinni n p„si pl.Hii'-'l ,,o tin- He i
I k ,,( Hi„ iinrtli lork nf I'll" (Jruck.n -
miles nimi-,, tin- Iwks uml marked "If. I*. llcnrj -
lontli onst corner pwt," tlionco north 160 cltnlni,
tlionco woit 1o i-li.-iiii", Hi io south 100 chains,
liionco onil 10 chnlni to point,,( coimnoi ni
lunik..(Hi„ imrlli l„rk "I life Crock 11 n
mllennliNi-ellmlerlis nml Innrkoil "K. I'. II, on -
semi, eii*t n.i -iiinti" llienco nmili mu chains,
lllOtlCO WOSl III ,-llllllis, llienee  IIIUlll   till I'linlll
Ihem-,, ensl, ,11,-Iinins to point of commollt'Olnolll
8. Cmiiinoticing at A jmil ),lniito,i an tho woil
lunik ol On- nnrlh loll* ol I'll,- Creek, nl t B
iiiiliMiiiiM,, tin- (..ik- nml mnrkod"U. I'. Ilonry'i
Intilhwoil comer poll," thoi nsl 80 chain
llmlll-o   mull,  Sn  ,-luiiils, llienee   ilesl Sllelt.ill, .
I hence millliK'.'li!'Iiis In iiiiliiU'f i lecnionl
If. !■-;IIKNIIV.
llntinl Muy l,t, 11)01).
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
I lack Service to any part of the City at all
hours. Rigs equipped for Sleighing Parties.
First class Single and double Kigs. Express
draying and Transferring, Saddle and Pack
horses for hire. All kinds of job work undertaken.   Wood for sale.
Stable and  Residence   Ppone 41
Mack Stand "    27
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LooK. at   Our jNetotf   Summer Fabr
utiltil variety to select   Irom—I
in brays, White Clouds, (laliilcns
iiinn Grenadiers, C
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Pretty Summer Shirt Waists
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a  shin.  W'nisi   Season.
Pri 'ps from Toe. up,
Our Stock  is  Largo and hns been carefully
selected.
Ladies' Cashmere Hose
All wool, si llitig ni 25c,   Tnis id bargain, bought from llm manufacturer,   Rogular
Price 15c,   \ iw Boiling nt *<!fic.
"Boot and Shoe Department
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.in  -in ivlng Now Spring and Summer Designs troiii tlio bosl mnkors
Agents tor Walkover Shoes—best lino ahocs in the United States.
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s i.i the Season for Picture Taking.
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Local and General.
Daniel Calder, C. I'. K. Hrenuin,
was sandbngged and robbed ol 168 at
North Bend.
Tenders are invited for the erection
grand
judgei
ol   grand  stand,  fence
Hand nt the race track.
P. Scholei, ,-i Coinaplix, has purchased n rinicli in the Northwesl with
thc cattle mi it. and intends moving
over there.
Good i.i.-ws conies from Camborne
wli re tilings are looking up well ninl
the people ,,l thnt town nre hopclul ol
a busy season,
P, C. John Simpson arrested Geo.
Weir and John Morgan at Gerrard i n
Wednesday on a charge ol stealing
provisions from Arthur Gowing. Tiny
were remanded.
0. D, H.oar. assistant Buperintendent
of tbe Sational Park, is putting men
on to clear out the trail to connect
the Ice River rond with the headwaters o! tlie Kootenay Valley.
C. R. Maedonald has made n magnificent collection ol ever SO butterflies and moths, many ol which are
magnificent specimens. They were
mostly obtained in the vicinity of the
powerhouse.
C, Troyer, ol Windermere, lms
received an interesting letter from his
son. who is a street cur conductor at
San Francisco, giving a [rightful account of conditions in that oity since
tiie fire and earthquake. Several
photographs were sent to illustrate
tlie awful seem 8.
11. X. Coursier lias one ol the handsomest gardens iu the city and it looks
better this season than ever. An
object ol much attraction is a pink
double hawthorn which is'a mass -i
bloom, and is one ol the finest ma-
mental shrubs to be sei ii ,-i.y. . ri
Mr. Coursier has a grape-vine also
coming into Iruit.
Social and Personal
The Diocesan Synod of ICootuuiiy
holds ils annual meeting at Ni Ison
next week.
Mr. Goddard returned yesterday
from Victoria where bo spent two
week's vacation.
Mr, Meredith, of Yurkton, Sask.,
mid dir ictor ol the Arrow head Lumber
Company, was in tlio city today.
It is reported II. Porrj Leake has
been appointed Dominion otigiuecr for
Kootenay in succession to Hon, F, W.
Aylmer.
On Monday evening the Epworth
League hnd a most enjoyable Bocial
gathering on the lawn at the Methodist parsonage.
Rev. A, X. n. Smythe came through
iiiiiii Windermere Monday to alien,I
Ihe meeting of the Diocesan Synod at
Nelson. Mr. Smythe will shortly
move to his new charge at Trail.
Mrs. ,1. C. Pitts, of Wiudormere,
intends leaving shortly lor Victoria
where sin- will remain lor two years to
givo her daughters the benefit nl
higher education. Mr, Pitts goes to
Victoria next mouth to secure n house
lor her.
The Strnthconii Chronicle savs —
Mrs. T. Lewis, of Ilevelstoke, li. 1'..
arrived in Strilthconn on Fridaj night.
She will spend a lew months with her
-no II. I*. Lewis, of the Caun :- in
Northern Railway, aud , \ m yoi
Dnviea of Strathcoun,
W, 0. Wells, M. P.,  has   -
ui a visit t,, hi- constituency and
view ol the urgent  represenl iti ms
Ins Irionds that he Bhould oontinui i ■
represent   them   lie  will   again he a
candidate i ,r Nurth-Kaal Ivooti naj ■ •
the next Provincial election.
Business Locals.
Km- high grndedriukb and ice cream,
go to Hews' Drug Store,
Local ripo tomatoes and Rhubarb
just in, at C, II. Hume k (Jo's.
Electric Hells and lights repaired.
Lawrence Hardware Company.
The linest nute papers " Eaton
Hiii-Hnit's," at Hews' Drug Store.
House Hiring for electric lights.
Lawrei co Hardware Company.
Crcscnt creamery butler in I'llb,
nnil 281b. boxes, at "(Ml. Hume ,V Co's.
AiTiingenients urn lining iiinilo to
open another furniture store in the
oity.
Pineapples, oranges, lemons, bananas and cherries, nt C. B, Hume
A; Co's.
Get your prescriptions filled at the
Canada Drug Store nnd got the pur-
int ol drugs.
Alter .lime Ist, Hews' Soda Parlor's
will bo open every night (ur the summer months.
Cabbage, caulillower,
unions und radishes,
11 nine k Co's.
leltiie,
daily
. green
atC li.
Knight and Dovine wisli to roniind
yoli no suit is good enough for you if
U is'nl ns good n suit as we can make.
Headquarters lor souvenir l„„,ks.
mountain views and post curds, The
Cnnadu Drug St,,re.
The stores hive agreed t,, close for
Wednesday afternoons dining months
of .1 um-, July und Angus'.
Very besl make pleclric light, Hi
candle power globes 25c. each. Lawrence 11 irdware (' pany.
,1. Henderson, recently ol Hotel
Ilevelstoke, has purchased the express
.md carting business ,-i .1 P. Smith,
mil intends increasing the business.
Up for Trial at Kamloops
Verdict Expected Today
Kamloops, May 28—The trial ol thc
I ruin-rubbers was commenced this
morning. Mr. Justice Irving presiding.
Edwards, Colquhoun uud Dunn
were charged with robbing llis
Majesty's mails, an,I Dunn on two
other counts ot shooiing with intent
to murder Sergeant Wilson and Constable Browning ot tho li.N.W.M.P.
A. D, Maclntyre appeared for the
prisoners, with J. Murphy, M.P.I'.,
and Deputy Attoi'iicy-Qeuernl Maclean for the Crown.
Mr. Maclntyre niaile tl strong appeal lot- the postponement of th? trial
until tbe Full Assizes, und that the
•state ot public feeling in Kamloops
made it practically impossible lor the
prisoners to get an unbiased trial,
The Deputy Attorney-General objected to nny postponement.
llis Lordship refusing the application said that the jurymen would not
lie atl'ected by public opinion.
Alter an adjournment for lunch the
ease wus proceeded with, u jury of
twelve, with J. Morrill ns foreman,
being empanelled.
Several witnesses were culled, lesti-
(ying to Ihe three prisoners having
been round the district for sonic days
before tlio robbery, and having purchased supplies in Kamloops, the
empty packages, etc., of the goods
heing lound in their camp by Con-
sliihlc l'ciirsc.
Joseph Callin, enginci r ol the train
held up, identified Colquhoun as one
uf the robbers.
Warden Kelly ul Sun Quentiii Gaol,
recognised George, Edwards as Bill
Miner, who was confined in San Quentiii Gttol from Mnrch. 1881, to June,
11)01.
On Tuesday Engineer Cullin concluded his testimony, Evidence wns
also given by Fireman KndelilV, Mail
Clerks McQuarrie and Willis, tho
latter identilying tho goggles, a red
and whito and a black haudkorohief,
and a revolver, McQuiurie identified
Ed wards
N. McFaddeii, ol Princeton, identi-
lied n horse seized by thc police ns one
lie had lent Dunn.
A leatiire ol evidence which goes to
show Miner wus the lender ol the gang
which held up the train at Mission
two years ago in September, wns thnt
amongst the etl'octs of the present
accused wiisn line automatic revolver.
Mail Clerk Thorhurti, who was on tho
train lield up near Mission, absolutely
identified the gun as the one stolen
from him by the leader of the gang at
the time tli.it holdup was committed.
The trial is still proceeding.
Nothing: better than  " Our Speoial."
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AN IDEAL CIRCUS PROGRAM
Norris & Rowe Will Provide
Many New Features,
1! IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL
FIND IT HERE.
IV Bews In- gol up - novelty in
In sh ipe il . mnltip ■ | ■- ,i,l. containing two I irge  i-.il several minis-
.. V. .     i  Rl VI :-     kl .
IV are receiving New Cloods all the time, and keeping our stock cumplelo and up-to-
date.   Here are some New lines this week.
DRESS SKIRTS LATEST STYLES
In the iSowuBt Styles and Colorings.    They are all good Tweeds—lengths 38 to 44.
LADIES BELTS ALL NEW
The swellest lot yet shown.—Silk Bolts in White, Blnck, Myrtle, Navy, Cardinal, Blue,
LEATHER BELTS, in Blnck, White, Myrtle and Brown.
Collars! Collars! Collars!  Collars!
Linen Collars, Plain, nt  15c,   Hemstitched at 20o,, Emhi.iideried Turn Overs, in
big variety, nt very low prices.   We have them ut inc., 12|c, 15c, 20c. and up.
HOSIERY HOSIERY
Our lines in Hosiery cannot he equalled.     We huvo thc largest stock and the greatest
vuiiety, us well as the lowest prices in town.     They compriso Cotton,| Lisle, Gauze and
Cashmere, inlilack or Tun, plain, ombroideriod and open work.
CHILDREN'S HOSIERY—All Sizes, all weights, all prices.
DRAWN WORK
Made ot the best linen, with beautiful patterns, all hand made.
Tabic Covers, Sideboard Covers, etc.   See them in our window.
ART SILKS
DRAWN WORK
Doylies, Tray Cloths,
ART SILKS
For Draperies, Kimonas, eto, Pretty designs, colors that wash, Ufi-inches wide-75c.
per yard.
We cun supply you with everything for Fancy Work—Stamped Linens, Embroidery
Silk, Bnttenburg Braid, Thread, Rings, Ambroidery, JIuops, etc.
MCLETsrnsr^iq" & company
i*~i ii~*sily*'*na|-»«-i^--a>,^-iiiif-M«~i.rfc»
-3
3
Norris & Rowe term their show tliis
season " The l-'ii-i Prize Ideals," and
Irom  the  programme   submitted it
would seen, ihal tlio term is not exaggerated.    The bareback riders Include such American and  European
celebrities   as   Edna   Maretta.    lady
somersault   bare-back    rider;   Frank
.nl  h    . Millei   with   thoir superb
^^^^^^^^^^^^^fiitir-h'.i -1 eaii-yin-.' m-t:   Kd.   Hoe.uio,
H cip     riders: Janel   Melville nnd
..Mil:. I the services       II I h rses   Evie Stetson,
W, McDoi '-: -■   \  i-    !;, lew women who can
Electric 0      .    ■     .      \[     -,;,    turn ii     mplete somersault on the
lition to I
li ,-.- while he is run-
W A N T ED
WANTED -An energetic woman,
young or middle-aged, to act. us
ngeut, Libernl coininission, Apply
ul. this Olliee.
nTUAYED—On Sunday morning
n last from the in'eniisiis of li.
Tapping a Bav Mill's Pony (5 years rid)
slur on forehead nnd branded F on
hip. Anyone giving information
leading to return ot same will be suit-
ably rewarded.   11. Tapping.
We keep all sizes and kinds ol Gram-
iiphoncs and records. Canada Drug
& Bi ok Co.
Basket Social
JUNE   19th
In Selkirk Hull. A good time (or
ull and u handsome smoking set for
one. It costs nothing to come and
see.
BAND  IN  ATTENDANCE.
See the best souvenir of Revolstok",
ii Multiple poHt curd—14 views, at
Bews' Drug Store.
TENDERS WANTED.
rpKNDKUS ulitroHwl lull. Outik trllllMW
1 i'1'ivcil up till 12 o'clock, noon, on Srtturilav.
.Imii' 2nd, fnr Mu' cnnslniclinii of u Whit, (Iriniil
Miami, ami Juilgoa' Htainl nt tlie Unci' Truck.
I'liuis uml snoulHciiHoiw muy lm weti til tlm
office of & Smith, IM..S.
Tlm lowest nr uny tender mil itoceBWiHl y
accnptoil.
TuiuK'i'H must l>u iwcoinpiintoil liy n certijleil
I'hci'k fin* ion [i-'f I'Miit nf the amount <>f -said
Lender,
II. COOK, Ntuwlaiy.
rpo LET—Two-toomed euttuffe, fur-
I.   nfshed, 5 minutes wnlk ft oiti 0.
P, K. shops, east.  Apply to Hobson
& Belt, Revelstoke.
Circus Day at Revelstoke
Wednesday, June 13th
JtoSltlll^
mm
Famous Equestrians
18 Daring Aerialisfs
23 Merry Clowns
... utUTirut-
The Dent housi ling team are
out with a challenge i i any team in
the city to r. .1 i a game on I rid ty,
June 1st. The hon r ol the Dents
will be upheld by Mesin Di nt, -.•■
tonii I'-.i ck. Call) u I K -
It's up to ti.- - thir ti.iiii- to get bus;,1
There ie a rumor that the C. II
and is competent to take car» of the I ning swiftly around the ring.     Edith
Mast Mark    Hayden    are
den Paris  hippodr -
rn m com dered  the  champion
Mr. mul Mrs. Anderson, ol Chici koi the world   Herberl ft ley is
with two ni is, are ou a visit  ti   Mr adare-dev    -   gh rider,  his  sonsa-
and Mrs. C. F. Lindmark   Mr. And " ' '   -" <'■  he ring creates
son is a brother  ol  Mrs.   Lindmark,  l'"'* ' lll!'- '■'■'•■'■• ng the timid
and the Misses Anderson are dang '' i|    tfttori    Wm,  and   Edith Stack
ers ■ I mother brother,   Mr. Andei ' ■ '*'  perlori horse ng   aot,
may decide tosettle in Kevolstoke - e most graceful and
.,-,. •    Mr Stack rides
Al Wi 1 in.-:. on I     i   ■ vening   M rkmei tend I       e two oo, at the lame time
md Mrs, E. I. Scovil gave a  fare ter in his ami'; in the
party in hunoi of   Mi aud Mr. Gen. si locked -...■■.   ,|    -■,,,      ...   ning all
„„,,.   Starko, who left   m   the   Ptarmigni     ei   m - ti ol pictnri  , - po*    while thi
II i ',. - . -I ■-.   lor I    lit, (Int., al   loted ,,-,.!      around
itement.
Co. isain  will try and knock down .
more pint,   Tbe Hutnei have a nti - .- :'     -' ; ln
team wil thai       pi thi ch llengi     '"' ■ : - '!'*  '
good gun.- -i...  Mult -.,    ,,,, ,| , j  |   ,,
1"' ■ ■ . ne I by the Pta
Bee   the    beautiful   collection  „| -liter a most enjoyable stay  of two
Bridge was I M
,. . .
ict
pioturei
window,
pretty,
in the Canada Di ig C
I l.e-e      I-e     VI IJ    ChlWp  Wil
nceki ,i Firlaiuiii the propi ll
.   , ■      i,      i
•
GOING OUT
All goods ni  the   RED
i [JOSS  DRUG   STORE
ut	
66 2-3
E Foster, on N„. 2  Creek,  south    ,i  !" ' "   "    '    '	
tl Idon    Mi   Hritlith leaves shortl    ' constant   pr ,-,-        eduol
;.,. Vane  ivei to   ipend   some  tinn   mnti r rntei  i   exp. lend   hm
ivlth her sister-in-law. Mrs. Beasley,     "'»' "'" ""-' "' l»KhUng   mdei
in -I r i ti... - much toi
I here is .- ry miich dissatisfaction
tmong il„- taxpayi it I lei ly in
the reduction of these rati       il "
^^^^^^^^^^Keadily  around   the
Hai    i i: Ki, .
■ i .   hurdli   rider;
. ■
:.- pure «
-    ■
these ind drli tartling
.    ■       I'ho numb
ipl ,i
i all tbi
it H       - .    Wmlnei
I l|
Pieuses ovory Smoker the " Marca
Vuelta."
Buy your lacrosse -in ks irom IV"
Smythe.
have i" urge the Council  I    et mil
the rediicul ichedulc it on n  p ssi-
IJ,- and ilelay iim matter i .-
Positively We Are Not Knockers
Where did vuu gel thai Idea'(
IT'S OUR VALUES THAT KNOCK
IIM A l.ll'K''
Want in hear real knocking ? "0
down the street works overtime
llllll
ti n advertising
BROWN'S   CIGAR   STORE
Tel   90 GOOD   GOODS P 0 Box 44
liiiiir.*.       Tobaccos,       Cnnleclloitcri       Ice Cronm Sodas,
il,  Heinle-* I), llS ; |    .     h ,-,.,i
, 11,i—i -if .1, l: Smith, will
give prompt si r ici
BAGGAGE DELIVERED
AND TRANSFERRED
llus Speoial Attention
(inil-
. ni  Lawronce'i   Hard
i'i nn,i  Hotel,  Fronl
ISO HORSES
JSEUM
Double Menagerie
- ',of Trained Wild
11 n Only Lady In thfl Enliro World who throwi
OMRI 5AULT8 on tha Naked Hook or
a Swiftly Running Horso
'7
'•-'■^'Ai
, \-.Ji %<*Wn
lliiinilBiinE Roman Chariot Races
'^djicaicd SEALS & SEA LIONS1
A COMPLETE JAPANESE CIRCUS
9 SENSATIONAL EQUILIBRISTS^
Lady Japanese Artists in Ameiica
20 Antonlshlng Acrobats
HIGHEST JUMPING HORSES'
^HERDSMRFORMING ELEPHANTS^
f^CAMELS, LLAMAS AND BOS 1NDICUS'
1 CAKE WALKING HORSES1
TRAINED IMPORTED ARABIAN STALLIONS
Le Fleur Tr-2Z£Z
10 Lovely Ladies or Faultless Form in Classic;
Poses on a Great Revolving Pedestal.
11 Arabian Tumblers
Oele'brated.
«Natirk (10) Faij
\<V \     Iturlci't Grnliil Cyclist* anl Roller Sk-.ler*
,, .^\l0 Reckless Rough Riders
^WViM SHETLAND PONY BALLET
M^Picards
Aerlaliits Supremo
7 Russian
Cossacks
SUPERB
GARLAND
ENTREE
PBEFOEMANOBS AT 2 AND 8 P. M.

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