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Array " Empire " Typewriter
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in reunite prtiduoed, thin machine
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Vol. 15.-No 31
.Provincial Library
REVELSTOKE. B. C. MAY 15. 1909
$2.50 Per Year
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Princess Dresses
New York Models
The Swell Kind that Really Wanted
White Mull, one piece Princess   Dress,   nicely
trimmed with Valenciennes Insertion on Vttl Laces.
Thn new  long   sleeves, this was a regular
$7.50 bargain, now selling at	
Extra White Mull one piece Princess lull length
panel of Tucked Mull.  Fifteen inch draped Flounce
highly trimmed with beautiful   Lace   In
sertion sellint
Splendid White Mull one piece Princess I)ress
with full length panel of extra tine Swiss Embroidery, eighteen inch Draped Flounce, i beautifully
trimmed with Val Lace and Insertion.
The new long-point sleeve at	
We invite all ladies to inspect our
window  or come in   and let
us show them to you
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
City Council Sat Till Past Midnight-School Bylaw to be
Submitted -More Money for
Street Improvements.
The City Council eat till 12:30 last
night disQUSSing the eighty mutters
coining under its purview. An atnic-
itill understanding was reached with
the school trustees on the t|tipstiun of
Submitting a by-law to raise thn emu
..[ $40,000 for school purposes, Aid.
Wells voting "No" on account oi the
proposal to erect the uew school on
Sixth street.
A by law to raise the sum of $9,001)
for the purpose of street making machinery was proposed in the report ol
ihe 1'ublic Works committee and the
proposal approved.
The council met at the usual hour
and all the members were in attendance with the mayor in the chair.
This is the season of the year that the good housekeeper wants to brighten up the home, Kalsomine some
rooms. Varnish tbe woodwork, Paint the Boors. Varnish
.Stain some pieces ol the furniture, Enamel the beds or the
baths, Regfld the picture frames. We are best able to
supply nit these wants, we cater for the trade, and we
carry the goods that give the satisfaction.
Agate wall finish, Alabastine, Whiting, Mouse paint,
Floor paint, all ready lor lhe brush, AspinaU's Enamels,
B. A. P. Enamels for bath or woodwork. Baplac Varnish
stains. Irnnite Varnish stains. Lnetpieret in all colors.
Berry Urns, house varnishes. Liquid Granite for Minors or
oilcloth, Varnish for furniture, Moors, boats or carriages,
all for all inside work.
Painters Supplies in all lines and at prices that cannot
be beat, give us a chance to quote you, we can save you
money. Leave your orders for work with us and we will
send you a man and guarantee that he will give you the
best of goods.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Branches nr Agents at all principal points in Canada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago- First National Bank, Corn V.x-
change National Bank. Seattle—Seat tie National Bank, Sun Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank, Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, anil interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
Specials for the Week
Ladies'   Duck Dress Skirts
Children's Summer Coats
Hats and Bonnets
MRS.   A.  Ci.   CRICK
First   Street Opposite   Windsor   Hotel
Chairman Manning and Trustee
Howson ol tbe Sohool Board were in
attendance anil explained the reasons
lor the request for a money by-law.
Trustee Manning outlined the conditions as to crowding in the present
school quarters. He said tbat tbe
Fall enrollment would be at least 550
pupils and that the ten rooms uow in
use left no alternative but the provision of more accommodation. The
"garret" aoome in the present school
buildings were strongly condemned as
unfit for occupancy. The propusal of
the trustees also included doing away
with the present High School building
and the ultimate use ol rooms in the
down-town builaing for High School
purposes. A proper arrangement of
the clnssee with the new accommodation would leave only one vacant room
and the outlook for increased population suggested the wisdom of the
trustees in seeking to provide tbe
accommodation proposed uuder tbe
memorial. It was proposed to temporarily use Block Lli, if purchased,
for High School purposes and Trustee
Manning made it emphatically clear
that the class of work done in the
High School under the present handicap conditions is not uullicieittly
The Mayor, while congratulating
the trustees on their look ahead policy
asked for a definite assurance oil the
question ol "centralization" and us to
whether there was any foundation for
the rumor that a sinister attempt is
being madejto move the educational
center of the city up town. For
answer Trustee Manning stated that
the proposal to purchase Block LII;
the proposal lo build thereon at a
future date auotber public school
building and to then utilise the vacated rooms in the present down town
building for High school was a sullic-
cient reply to the question.
Asked by Aid. Stone aB to why tbe
proposed building was to cost .ii40,000
as compared with the $20,000 cost ol
the present school Trustee Manning
answered tbat the present structure
w.is a cheap building and be quoted
figures to state the expenditures that
have already lieen paid out in repairs
and for other repairs that must, this
summer, be undertaken which would
bring the cost of tbe present building
up to nearly the sum criticized.
After this the discussion was desultory, Aid. Kimberley disagreeing witb
the idea nf centralization and stating
that his owu child with many others
had to be kept at home in winter on
account of the snow, aud Aid. I'rado-
liui suggesting tbat il there would be
but one room to spare alter the erection ol the new building he favored
its erection at once. Aid. Welle while
favoring centralization down town
said tbat if the ratepayers understood
the question as well as the council,
after bearing the trustees, the matter
might safely be left to a vote. Aid.
Sawyer thought it wise to build even
a bigger school than tlie one proposed
and opposed centralization. Aid. Macdonald agreed with Aid. Sawyer The
Mayor complimented the trustees on
the proposal to buy Block l.ll and
thought that in a few years they
would get credit for being shrewd
men. Aid. Wells asked what action
could he taken to inform the ratepayers as to the reasonB for choosing
the site on Sixth street and also on
the general question. Aid. I'radolini
favored tbe holding of a public mcet-
and Trustee Manning retorted that
several heavy money by-laws had been
passed by the ratepayers without public meetings and be thought it strange
that the matter should be luggestet)
when educational questions were under
objection to a publio meeting,    Trustee Howson Hgre> d   that the question
of lneiilinii was n Hve   one   anil should
be fully understood  before   the by-law
was   Hiibniitt-d      On   the  motion of
Aid.   Pradolini   and   Kimberley   the
Council resolved to submit the by-law.
The   question   ol   Isying    cement
fo .tpaths   oocupied  the  amotion  of
th" Council f.n a seemingly in terminable period     Aid.   Stone   presented   a
petition   Irum   the    property   owner*
interested asking   for  a  cement   footpath on Front street, from  King street,
to Victoria road   under  the   Frontage
Tax By-law, and it was finally resolved
to incorporate the request, in  the  recommendations  of  the   1'ublic   Works
committee,     thus       milking       three
stretches ol cement  walks  to   he   laid
during the summer under the system.
Aid. Kimberly raised a   vigorous   kick
when the clause in the   report  recommending   such  a  sidewalk  from  the
Club building west on First  street on
the ground that  the  present  wooden
sidewalk is in fairly good condition and
the matter might lay over.    On  general   principles,   he   contended,    the
tearing up of fairly good sidewalks  ou
petition   of    the    ratepayers    might
involve the cily in much expense.   On
motion of Aid. Sawyer and  McLouald
the report of the committee us a whole
was litially adopted  audi by-laws  will
be   prepared   lor   submission   to the
Council   covering   the   blocks   under
The report of the Public Worke
committee recommending the purchase ol a grading machine, road
roller and other implements necessary
for street improvements and the cost
ol crushing rock amounting in all to
$0,000 was ordered sent to the ratepayers for a vote.
The report of the Fire, Water and
Light committee recommending certain specified extensions iu the services was adopted. The report ol the
Polioe Commissioners regular meeting
already published was challenged by
Aid, Stone witb a question as to why
it contained a recommendation lur
lights to be kept in the bar and store
rooms iu hotels during prohibited
hours. The doughty alderman Irom
Ward ill wanted to know if complaints had been made, of any of the
hotels. On the suggestion of the
Mayor the report of the commissioners
on that clause was sent to the committee on by-laws.
A letter from the Ulobe Lumber
Company stating that ite request for
a share of the city's lumber purchase
had not been met with favor was
ordered answered with the statement
that this year the city has purchased
little lumber aud that contractors who
do city work buy tlieir lumber where
they choose. Another letter from the
same  company  complaining   that its
lender  for   the   cement   required  in   	
civic work bad not been fairly treated fe88<;a itB »'r"tegic assault on the wel
by the awarding ol the tender to an fare of a neighbor instead of sneaking
outside lirni, but more specifically ttway into tllc a'y corners ol obscurity
reseuiiug the reported rellections upon a,,<) carrying on its uncleau work iu
tbe quality ol ils cement was also t,H' privacy of diplomatic correspond-
read, lt was explaiued by the Mayor euce.
that there hud been   no  rellection on ■ ■	
Board of Trade in Sister City
Attacks Prosperity of Revelstoke Attempts to Loot City
of C. P. R. Shops
A revelation ol the spirit ol a sister
cily—a spirit such as is fortunately
rare   in   the   province — develops   in
Kamloops, which, according to its own
showing, is not ashamed ol underhand
and sinister methods iu the   prosecution nl its British interoBtB.      Not. content wilb bragging about the pr spent
of  three  railways  frim   Fort  Oeorgc
and the alleged development of  large
mining properties  somewhere  in  tbe
vicinity ol  the  Thompson   Kiver,  as
the Kunilonps paperB  are   constantly
doing to the obvious   "doing"  of  the
reading public, the Board of Trade of
that city furnishes an evdieuce ol the
unscrupulous character of the class ol
people who reside in and  do  business
iu the town.    The  Kamloops  Standard in its report of the last meeting ol
the Board ol Trade, has the following:
" B.   H, Oorbett  reported   f r the
committee appointed to consider the
possibility oi securing the removal of
the C. P. R. shops from Revelstoke to
Kamloops.   He had hud a conference
with a  high ollicial ot  thi' company
and learned that it  would be an easy
matter to secure this end if the mutter
was properly  prosecuted.   The company was dissatisfied with Revelstoke
tineaiife of the weather conditions ami
particularly the snow nuisance.    Tbe
car repairing   and   locomotive workB
might   possibly   be    secured,   but  at
present it might be impossible  to get
the train crews awuy Irom Revelstuke.
:\ii effort will  be  made  to  interview
the   general   superintendent   iu    the
matter and the board will promote the
matter energetically."
it is unnecessary to state that the
perusal of the item has caused no
consternation iu Revelstoke. Whether
attributable to the idiosyncracies ol a
reporter in the use of unfortunate
language or otherwise the report
places the citizens of Kamloops in a
bad light. Had they asked for the
C.P.R. to establish shops at Kamloops
there might have been a sly twinkle
in the eye ol the maiici, uui. iu
brazenly request the removal ol the
shops of the company from Revelstoke
is gi dug it at a pace which is not
characteristic of the rival cities of the
west. As is universally known Revelstoke is a railway city—and incidentally it may be remarked that
Kamloops is not yet much of a place—
and that tbe removal of the C.P.R.
shops would be a serious blow to the
enterprise and progress of this place
The only creditubls thing in the
action of the Kamloops board nf trade
is that it brazenly comce out and con-
the quality of cement offered by the
Globe Lumber Company, but that
"Eckshaw" cement was a more rapidly
setting cement than that accepted and
that the contractor for tlie city work
had stated his preference for the Vancouver Portland cement on lhe account
that it waB slower in setting. "Besides," said His Worship, we have
saved the city between $1,000 and
$1,200 aud that is sufficient business
argument lor anybody."
A communication Irom R. Cordon,
Government Agent, stating that tin:
application of the city (or authority tn
divert tbe two streams mentioned in
the proposed sewer sobeme interfered
with the water records of local persons
and tbat permission lor diversion oould
not begrauted until tliese were squared
was read. The communication stated
that the Interpretation ol the law by
the Public Works engineer dealt with
the matter. Mayor Lindmark took
umbrage at the line aud substance of
tbe letter, stating tbat the water
records are not under the control of
the Public A'orks Engineer, and "he
did not like the letter." The matter
waB referred to the city solicitor for
adjustment with instructions to apply
(or cancellation.
No. 1 fire company was granted $50
toward tbe purchase of uniform coats
for "parade purposes only."
The sum of $50 was voted lor cemetery caretaking.
A by-law to assess, levy and collect
the amount necessary (or the laying
uf sidewalks on certain streets—the
business portion ol the city—and
power to sell the debentures under the
same received three readings.
After the passing of thu accounts
the Council adjourned.
Arrangements are well under way
for the V.M.C.A. athletic meet on
May 21th. There will he a baseball
game in the morning, and a good program ul Bptnts and junior lacrosso
game iu the uftornoriu. Ample accommodation iB being provided lor speota-
Victoria Day Comedy
The evening on Monday, May 21th
cau be spent in no more enjoyable u
manner than by attendance at the
comedy to be presented by tbe Revelstoke Amateur Dramatic Association
at the Opera House on that date.' The
comedy will be played under the patronage of tbe Victoria Hospital Guild
and the proceeds will be in aid of that
institution. Of the comedy it can be
suid that it must be seen to be appreciated. The play has been staged
by several of the stock companies in
the big cities and the local dramatists
are undertaking an ambitious part in
putting it mi the 1.. a nl- here. That
they will curry it oil to their infinite
credit need not be predicted. The
play consists ul a series of laughable
situations uud the rapidity with which
one piece til fun follows iintitlirr keeps
the house in constant amusement,
There is no doubt that the llieatre
goers of the cily will patronize it to
the capacity ol the house, not only
because ol the fun in store, the encouragement uf the local Thespian
aspirants, hut tha purpuso (ur which
it iH being given,
Must Get Permits
An order bus been passed by the
Provincial Government requiring that
any person in the. clearing ol land who
wishes to build a fire lo destroy piles
or logs ur stumps, must first obtain u
permit to do so from the district lire
wardens. The object of such an ordor
as may well bo understood, is to prevent a repetition ot thu disastrous
lireB which swept the district lust year
uud have indicted such heavy damage
in several other districts thia year.
diiouseion.     He   had,    however,   no' tors and a good day is anticipated.
Five   Roses   and    Koyal
llour—Paget Supply Co.
New Seeds. Garden Tools
Wire Fencing    McClary's Stoves
Crockery. Glassware
Builders'   Hardware
Sherwin-Williams' Paints
Choice Groceries
Groceries        Hardware        Harness       Plumbing
.objects to a
fair price for
the right
thing   ~
We give our customers such good service
that they glady pay us the price we ask for our
clothing. We do not keep cheap, poor.fitting
clothing made out of poor cloth.
We have builtjup our business by maknig
;t profit but we make only a fair profit. Holding
up a customer would not pay us. We would
rather hold up the quality of our clothing for
this is what holds tip our business.
Large consignment of
Cases just arrived.
Trunks   anu   Suit
Fit Reform Clothing
as sa__W
B. B. WALKER, President
AiXXAHDKK LAIRD, General Manager
I -iTAHUMlUn   imi
Paid up Capital, $10,000,000
Reserve Fund,  -   6.000,000
sued by this Hank are a most i
\g,    I ; i j mn issued in denominaiioM td
Tbe new Travellers Cheques r	
w»y u which to carry money when travel
$10.   $20,  $50,   $100 and  $200
and tbe exact amount payable in Austria. Belgium, Denmark, France,
Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden
And Switzerland is staled on tin- Ure i-f each cheque, while m other countries.
they mre payable al current ratrv
The cheque and ail information regarding Lbetn may be obtained at every ofics
at the Hank. UU
Took Their Pictures
before buying tbem. .Mine truth
il>.in fancy In this, aa Beef, Lamb,
\'.nl, etc.,   musl   "look  pretty" in
many ways before the experienced
butcher, in justice to the public,
will acceptof meats. It takes years
ni experience In handling to Know
iiiiai "pretty" in un.at means.
Our Meat Market
is perfectly equipped to serve meal
in lini'.iitulii Ion Ice cheats to keep
the righl temperature, sanitary
surroundings, no poisonous odor.
Quick delivery from mir Ice-chests
to yours, lii-el, Veal. I____K.ruti, etc.,
m pleasing prices.
Maundrell   Meat   Market
Sausages and Cooked Meats a Specialty
"AU the Comforts of Home"
Opera House, May 24. CHE MAIL -HERALD. HEVELSTOKE, B. C.
Zbc fl&atUlfocvalb,
r|-RLI.-lii 1    IN I UN 1-H.lV  ANI.
Jntcrior publtsbittg CompanSt
Barristers, Solicitous,  liir.
Supreme  and   Exchequer Court
Practice   in Patent
befoie    Kailway
Oitise    and
C       nission.
ll.'.ll.l.,. l-'l.-iil.K.
1 mess
AM) I'INlvliAM,
IMPERIAL  ' ANK   I tlll.iM    HlAliL
btokk, u. u.
done; w> loan.
■jaiucei Hevelntoae
lino. S. JloCAKTKB
A.   11.   I'l.sKUAM
it |      i ratibrook, H I'-
.1. .1.   llAHVEY.
(iranbrook, U. (
•11.1.1AM I. BKIGU8
w   ,„„,,,.
S ■    tor for;
The Canadian Hank ov L'ommwick,
Moi Bo.s-e Bank, Bti ■
K1KST ST.,   -   Kl.VKl.sToKK. li.c.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Sin veyor
McKenzie Avbnck,
Box 1U0, Kevklbtokb
Mountain View Camp, No. 229
Moots  Bocond nntl  Ki.urtli Wednesdays
each iiiontti, in Selkirk H.ui.   Viaittn   i\o
men cortiitilij- invited to attuud.
Jul IN' CARLSON, Con. "	
J. -M.-1M VltK,
the agreement was submitted to
the men lor their vote it was with"
out the enaoting clauses ns Stock-
I'U, for the operators Btated that he
wishes the latter to be put in
strictly legal phrasing. 'Phis wns
to he done while the vote was
being taken.
As is known the inun voted in
I'livni' nl the agreement and their
ollicials wore prepared to sign up.
The agreement then presented by
Stookett wns, it is alleged, withoul
the enacting clauses nnd thus one
of the chief thing- fur which the
miners bad contended wus omitted.
The Union ollicers of count refused
to include the enacting clauses
bringing the mutter to n dead lock,
lind the public been aware of these
facte it would not have so seriously
refloated upon the Union ollicials
who. until these statements wen.
made public were considered freakish to sny the least.
In this connection it mm tin no
liiirm tn point nut llint tlir press,
! not being iii tin- confidences of
' contending partieB is often unable
to declare itself upon issues which
are of the greatest moment to the
public. Unable to obtain authenticated information und undesirous
of publishing rumor the press abstains from comment excepting in
cases where the moral is obvious.
A powerful agency is thus often
defrauded of opportunity to serve a
good cause and is frequently misjudged.
F. O. E.
ire l.iiM
,i clock
Wanted. A search warrant nnd
ii oouple of special policemen to
look for the man with the hose
whose duty it should be to sprinkle
the streets.
George II. Cowan, M.l'. for Vanoouver, u lleilgliiig politician with
wisdom if without parliamentary
experience, when challenged in the
llou.-t'   of   I'niiiiiiuiis     bv    Ralph   ________________________________________________________^^____^^^^_
Smith, M I'., to recall some epithets I P,l8se(l beI""! ai1 elephant, "lookat the
big cuiv with the In.nis in  her  nuuitli
Tell Diogenes
London, May 15.—Secretary Brown
ol the Western fair, received a Hitter
frum Saskatoon enc using 26 ceuts
conscience money. Twelve years ago
be climbed a Fence instead uf paying
toll at the gate.
Willie, accompanied by Ids lather,
was visiting a circus and menagerie,
"Oh, papa," the buy exclaimed as they
Arrange Now for Your
Summer Supply of
he had applied to the conduct of
Sir Wilfrid Laurier, offered to m-
sign his sent nnd contest il against
any candidate the Liberals might
name. Tin: Liberals of Vancouver
wromptly called tbe bluff and
George 11. is now asking who is to
run against him in cuse be resigns.
Wherefore we sny he huth wisdom
even if he is without parliamentary
eating liny with her tail.
Ti.n regular meeting
Hall   etery  Tub. liny   umhuuk    ;il    t>
Visiting brothron hid oordlally invited.
IT. J, WALSH, t'litisiiiKNT.
.    W. )■„ McLALl HLIN.SKi tu.-lAKT.
Kootenay Lodge, No. ID, A F. & A. M.
Tlm regular ineol-
iugs urn h.ii.i in the
Oddfellows Uml. un
tin, tlnnl Mnuilny in
each in.mill iu ti
ii.ni. Visiting brethren   curitiuliy   uttl-
II I'N'lKli. Strut I HIV.
SELKIRK LODGE No. Il', I. 0. 0
Moot.-; every Thurs
lay evonlug  in   Sol
Ikirk Hull tit tl o'olook
 ^Visiting brethreu tire
i-tl ti, attend.
T. r
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Cold Range lodge, K. ol P.
No. 26,  Iteuelstohe, B. C.
__.V__.KV ViEDNKsliAY,
^^^^^^^ 1 Wednesday ,,.
each anmiti, in . io iddlollow>'
Hall at 5 "VI ick. i laitlng
KnlithiH Ar,. oordlally  nvited.
3MITH, C. C.
0. H. BHO( K   K. of H. * B.
J   li. SCOTT, Jl. i.f K.
except  li
Zbc ADaiMbevato
There     so much bad in ilm lio-i Df US
tad    ' Tiach K<K)i In tho worst uf ns,
That It hardly behoove? auy of u;,
To talk ab- mt the rest of us.
SAT LK DAY,   MAY   15, 190U
The doings of miners' conventions and labor unions are not
often known to the public because
oi the iact that their deliberations
are carried on in secret and usually
the strictest inviolability of this
secrecy is maintained by the men
when outside the conventions.
Thus it happens that in many
instances a body oi men or a district ot uihuus may decide upon a
cour=e which, to llie amid ui tlie
!      ic le -      ible and of which
Bin i..    ileaj pr. - '• It an I ex
pressed, how
ever  if   the   i t.'.i-   were befi ri  thi
National Missionary Policy
Edltur Min. Hi nu i.
Sni,— it will be ol interest tu many
people in Bevelstoke to read a brief
outline uf Canada's National Missionary Policy. It is a very important
and far-reaching policy and will in
future rank as a great document in
history, It was drawn up in Toronto,
the religiuus capital nl Canada, in
April, 1009, by leading representatives
of all the Protestant churches and was
unanimously adopted by a congress of
nearly 5000 men. This congress was
the lirst national missionary gathei-
ing ever held lor the avowed purpose
of wurld evangelization. The majority
in the congress were laymen ol all
denominations and chiel callings in life
No intelligent christian or citizen cun
all'ord to he ignorant if the work ol
this great congress unci of its new
national policy. The following are
the salient parts ol the document:
"In view ol tlie universality and
and finality of the Gospel uf Christ
and uf the spiritual needs uf mankind,
ive believe that the church of our
generation should undertake to obey
literally the command of Christ to
preach the gospel to every creature.
"According to their several ability
and opportunity, we believe tbat the
laymen of the churches are equally
responsible with the ordained ministers to pr.iy nud to work for the Cuming of the Kingdom ol Hod upon earth.
"We believe that every Christian
should recognize the world as his held
ami to the full measure ol his ability
work for its evangelization.
"We recognize the clear duly ol the
churches ut Canada to evangelize all
those in the Dominion, nr who cume
to uur shores, who have nut been ltd
into the Christian lile, and also to
provide ior the adequate preaching uf
the gospel to forty millions ..f souls in
tin. non-christian wurld.
"We accept the estimates ol uur
missionary leaders, that at least $1,-
300,000 annually Bhould be contributed towards uur home mission work
and 13,000,000 annually to foreign
mission wor'-. by the churches represented in this congress, aggregating a
communicant membership ol 900,000
Assembled   in   the   :.rst   national
missiunary .    --   I   modern times
ami   deeply persuaded ol the power nl
combined  and  co-operative Christianity lo solve ail t. .    - unian
lire   to   unit" wi|
ies   tbroo)       t chi ■■■■
dorn  ae  loj     --    -    -       -ue King of
l in   a  c r..; ri                .nd ade-
FIVE   AORES  Suitable
for Market Garden
and Raising Fowl
Close to City Limits
House and Hen Coups
Price $1500
PRICE $1500.00
Phono 39       Ollico -MoKenzie Ave
Mill Wood
Reduced Prices
Now   is   ihe time tn order yuur mill
wood.    Five loads and over
$1.75 Per Load
delivered   al   any puint between Mill
and Kootenay Street.
Kiln Dried kindling $2.50 a load
Order at nUiec of
Bowman Lumber Co'y.
The current number of Westward
Ilu, n struggling magazine published in Vancouver and with more or
fewer   lugubrious    subscribers   in
Hevelstoke, Bram Thompson,!M.A)
the erstwhile editor  has a lending
article   on    Vital    Problems   for
Canada.      Mr.   Thompson   deals
with the question  of the responsibility of   Canada for its self fortiti-
calion and its share  in the burden
of   empire,—a    timely   topic.   Of
who Mr. Thompson   is or where he
came from little ii- generall) known
save that he is a critic and journalist whu luts nut lost an opportunity
to analyze   the  addresses nf every
wurld known statesman, politician,
financier   and   journalist who has
spoken  in   Vancouver, during several months.      He roars in italics;
he shrieks in  small caps, he veritably thunders in hig caps and is it
whirlwind    of   dogma   and  consequential    "1    Am     That    I    Am."
artist, from start to finish.      He is
an incarnated  ipse dixit, he is acquainted with the laws of huth (unl
and   man.      He   advise-   us that
according    to   both these it is the
duty of   Canada to become a "nation within an empire."    Listen to
the  soft platitudes of   his effusion
which, as  Mark  Twain once aaid,
sound   like the gurgling of   buttermilk oozing from a nig.
"What then is Canada '
It   is   Baid   that   she is a 'Nation
within   an   empire.'    I believe the
phrase is my own "
Again,   dealing   witb   Canada's
duty  toward   Nationhood
tinuc-     "1 say, then, oh Cana
people, ye   are   a   nation,  a   free
natiuu.   let   quibblers   descant  ae lade lor tbe winning ol   m»n-
they may.     Ye m one single | kind s the Waj
resulutiuu   of   your   own,   emerge
-   •
.1     K     It'.... K
l-'nli   I'AIITICI I \Ii- AI'I'IA  Tu
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought,
Cash Prices Paia
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Manufactured for all classes of buildings
for salo in large or small quantities
at the lowest prices for etish.
f building ami plastcriuji
First class  Work   Guaranteed.
Mail  Orders   Promptly   Killed.
R. Z. Crawford
Corner 3rd Street and Robson Ave.
cheapest in the
end because it
wears longest
trom ur remain   wuhin tun empire
i .    -   di   liahce. i    In either
-I   or   attain
...    or   ni.till   yuur .1- -
without   periurm.ng   the duui
Pinched for Usury
; . .... a.--..it.-;, were before the body I;y;auo p ,r,.., r
of men taking su i n a quan-  ilr  yourselves.      I'hey are  til
•jar;,    migi e   I
Misi                  u Glyni ■ • lager
. nt    Win
-   .
: ei       sbargi i tact-
;"•" t^BlK in for   *10O
I appr the« -•--' u I .   d or mai   eti "     Mr. Thompson
moet publi   Bpiril assure ior tl
A cast    i.   |. ii     ■■  ■    | -      tbi dian   people   lor  I •■
■   ' in the present t]. m '     ■«.,. ,• ,t pity tha
i. mil •: - -'...•    ■   lhe pi ivim e ,,.,. ;„ ,.,,.,.,)   ,,•...   , ,   .,._
of Alberta and if these are as stated powers  ihere to ad  ise thi
llcers of   thi
most un-
favorable light. So far as the public ie informed il would .-I'ciu that
an agreement had been arrived at
between thi ollicials of the Union
nnd tbe operators and tbat it had
been favorably voted upon—virtually accepted—by the men and
that at the !a-t moment the I'uion
official* withdrew il refusing lo
.-ign and piirmittin^ the -trike.
Th'- Voice, n labor paper of Winnipeg,   publishes   quite    anothi i
 ,- ol   N itionhood" ivh •
.' to say ' hal d ri
re.- ... M r    I hompson is no
editor ..i the '\\ eBtward Ho" magazine.    Perhapi that fact is lhe beat
complimenl the directors could pa ■■
to Canadian   entimenl  in '■ ancou
vr.    And what would   Hon. John
Dull   be   lining   v hile   Canada is
passing   a  resolution   to   "emerge
from the Kmpire" '
Btory.    It   -inlec. editorial
I'he I.i. i'n- ing  Commission! i   nl
  thiil   Vancouver    have   asked    lhu  City
the   agreement   reached   by    the Council to consider the advisability
I'nion and mine ollicials contained |of passing a  bylaw   to prohibit the
enacting clauses giving it the force
uf a legal document and making
each part;, signatory t" ilm contract anieiiablr lu lhe law for
infraction ol the agreement. Wheu
shaking of dice in bar-rooms and
cigar stores. Verily the influence
uf Toronto the good, with the
man li ol   ompiru   is moving wont-
eoently oirou a
■   ■ . .
• i i.i ertis
pagei     ■ ■
M,- _:,.    ....    .... nagi r   km
sel . i ti .iiiniciilii). bol   ■-
. enl ly tpp< inted
ton 'i prosecutor in thi city
.    1     '   is ' llOUg .'   '.     'Ii'! 0
id in getting «  conviction    A
.ii ■•■ i-  very recently  secured
against   the    Mi.nt.rial    manager
'I olman.
Coming to Revelstoke
'. Maj 16    1 bi poi
decided tbat all palmists, Fortunetellers and fnkirn ol like description
nuw operating In Winnipeg, must
Hiri< pastures new. Summonses have
been issued calling fur the attendance
of A number ol them In court when
thtiy will be lined nntl instructed to
seek ..ihtir bunting grounds. Moneylenders, imKKKrs, street preaohera and
such il.iiilittnl occupations an- alio
receiving the attention ul the pulice.
way  is   ^^^^^
(   i   ,nl i   ship   us   samples   of
vear, or oftencr.    We test the
icst brands fur our purpose.
Why Christie's Biscuits
are the best
pOOP   BISCUITS  are  made
by more than one or two manu-
turers, and can l>e baked from any
of a few <■ i ellent brands of Hour,
but   th''   Christie   way  is  different.
1 he he1'
flour   '■     •    j
samples and besi  brand
U'e blei j. we have proved best-
keep on blending  ii I ti  tii .   '    actual baking until
mi- pet h   lo . :■ good enough to sustain, oi better,
Every our     of raw material is carefully analysed
il iss into tin- mixing nmm,
'Ihe be ' . in', fresh creamery butter, new
• rt milk nnd deli .cun    these pure ingredi
ents mixed with mir blend of Hour, in the Christie
. ientific wa . ields that delightful, appetising crisp-
ness and delii r which bus made
Christie's Biscuits
favored ftboveall other i ible dainties from ocean to ocean,
. |. , Christie    are the besi   biscuits  money can
buy, yet tbt-i cost no more lhan just ordinary biscuits.
Sold hy iirnrern everywhere
Christiei Brown fk Company. Limited, Toronto
A Coupon Given M
f With livery forty nine Pound Sack
of ROYAL STANDARD KLOllR entitles the holder to a chance each
month to win a costly 109 pioco China Dinner Sot. The winning
numbers nre announced every month. If you hold otic of the lucky
numbers, send it to us, and the Dinner Set will   be  forwarded  to  you.
Remember there is no better Flour than ROYAL STANDARD.
It is the highest product of Canada's milling industry. liOYAL
STANDARD is made from carefully selected hard wheat of the very
tinest quality,
ROYAL STANDARD is the West's most perfect Hour.
Capital Paid Up
Rest Fund
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
At all Branches.
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
'*VJ3SB«..- fi
Make Your Home Beautiful
with one of our handsome parlor sets,
upliolutered in high grade Milk, or
tlmnaak, with (rallies that are in every
conceivable design, and innUe tu wear
indefinitely, We nave many new and
beautiful parlor sets and odd pieces for
lit'ittitifyiiig the home thnt are tasteful, effective and inexpensive, anil will
shuw your rooms to the best advantage.
Big Discount %%i]^|)
_feJ. __rf3nH^'MJiLL_.
on all
Cash Sales
1 a?
Doyle & Allum, Ltd.
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HEAD OHTICK :   Camiaky,  Albkkta.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Packers and Dealers In Livestock, Markets in all tbe priiiclj
p.tl Citlt-.s nntl Toivns of Alberta, British Columbia and the Yukon.
Packers ol ihe Celebrated Brand " Imperator" Hama anil Bacon,
and " Shamrock" Brand Leaf ljiird.
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Import direct from country ot origin.
REVELSTOKE    _fa.  O.
Central Hotel
S'ewly built.      First-olass in every respect.    All modern convoniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.60 per Day, Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same   management
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Kates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET     ST03ST_E      PEOP.
Queens jfotel
Best brands oi Wines, Liquors and Cigars.    Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Take notice thai thirty (iaj-B niter
date 1 Intend to applv to the Superintendent of Provinolal Police for a renewal of the retail liquor HceiiKf for
the Union Hotel, Ari'iitvlii'iul, B. 0.,
for the half year from June 80th, HH)t),
to December Hist, lium.
Dated this 6th day of May, 11)00.
may 5 lm \V. J. LlOBTDUJtNB.
Take notice that we Intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provinolal Police fur a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the Lakeview
Hotel, Arrowhead, B. 0., for the half-
year from June 30th, 1900, to Dec. 31st
Dated May 5th, 1000.
my 6, lm      Pi.umi'tun & Chapman.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days nl ler date I Intend lo apply lo
the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of the retail liquor
license lor tin- Queen's Hotel, Uoina-
pbx, B. C.
Dated May 6th, 1000.
J. H   Yoc.vo,
Notice is hereby Riven that 1 intend
to apply tn thi- Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the Kootenay
Hotel, burton Oity, B, O.
Dated May 5th, 19u0,
Wm. Lovatt.
Take notice that I intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the City   Hotel
at Arrowhead, B. 0., for the half year
from ,luini30ih to December 31st, 1000.
Dated May oth, 1000.
John Calky.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
tlttys after date 1 Intend to apply to
the Superintendent of the Provincial
Police lor a renewal of my retail liquor
license for the premises known as the
Hotel Beaton, at Beaton, H. I'., fur the
half vear from June 30th to December
81st, 1809.
Dated May oth, 1!K)0.
A. Ev.vnk.
Take notice that 1 intend to make
application to tbe Superintendent of
Provincial Police fur n renewal of the
retail liquor license lot- the Eva Hotel
at Camborne, B. (.'.. for the half year
from Jtiiic3i>th, 1009, to December81st,
Dated May 5th, 1909.
John A. Tuew.
Take notice lhat I intend lo make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal ut the
retail liquor license for the St. Leon
Hotel, St. L.'on Hot Springs B. C,
for tbe half venr from Juue 30th, 1009,
to Decembei" 31st, 1909.
Dated May 5th, 1009.
M. Grady.
Take notice that 1 intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the premises
known as the Halcyon Hot Springs
Hotel, Halcyon, Ii. 0., from June-30th
to December Mist, 1900.
Dated May 5th, 1900.
H. Mi I nti if it.
Take nolice that I intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal ol the
retail liquor Hncense for the Lardeau
Hotel at Comaplix, B. O., for the half
year from June 80th to December31st,
Dated May 5th, 1000.
Joseph Dumont,
Notice is hereby given that we intend to innke application to the Superintendent of Provincial Police fora
renewal of the retail liquor license for
thetilacier House, at (jlaciet, B. 0.,
for the half year from June 80th to
December 31st, 1000.
Dated May 5th, 1909.
O. P. Kv. Cu.
Take notice that I intend to innke
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the Criterion
Hotel at Camborne. B. C, for tbe half
year from June 3llth to December 31st,
Dated May 5th, 1000.
P, T. Abbey.
Tak* notice tbat 1 intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police fpr a  renewal of the
retail liquor license for the Oamborne
Hotel at Ctmhorne. B. C, for the half
year from June :Wth to December -list,
Dated May 5th, 1009.   ^ ^
Take notice that I intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the Reception
Hotel at Oamborne, B. C, for the half
year from June 30th to December 31st,
Dated May oth, 1000.
Conv Mkniienick,
I'akr notice dint wc, Ogilvie mul McKitriek, inletiil lo make application lo llie
Superintendent of Provincial Police for a
renewal ot retail liquor license for the
l.rianil hotel ai Nakusp, B. C, lor the
half year from June .to, uiot), iu December
_!■. IW-
Dalcil May oth, lyot).
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 d&Va
after ilfitr I Id ten a to apply to tlio
Superintendent  of  Provincial Police
tor » irnowal of tlie retail HaUOV li-
serine fnr the Motel Grand .'il Nakusp,
for tho ball-year from June BOth to
Deo, :tlM, \mi
Dated May 12th, MHrtt.
my '''in' u. J. LaBpavHi
OKAI.KD TKNnwm. mpersrribed -TWl^r
O fur i oiirt Hniwrt, Fernie. H (' ," will bo ro-
ceivod l>) ihu imii. tlio Miuistor of Public
Works, up to noun of WedueBday, the 9th day
of Juno, 1909, for tlm erection and eompleUnn
of a Concrete and Hrick Oourt Uouso at F'yrnie,
Plana, aiiecillcaLinu*, contract and forma of
tender may be seen ou aud after the lot ti day of
May, 19011, at the ollice of tho Qovorument Agent
al Ferule, the Government Agent at Nelsou.
the Government Agent nt Revelstoke, nnd Rt
the Public Works Department, Victoria, H C.
Kac*1 proposal must be a^compauted by an
accept on bank chetjue or certificate of dnposit
on a. ubur lured bank of ('anadii, made payable
to the Hbn. the Minister of Public Works, for
a sum i quiviilrnl to ton por cent, of theamount
of tho tondor, which Hhall be forfeited if tho
party tendering decline to outer into contract
when callod upon to do so, or if ho fail tn complete the work contracted for The cheques or
I'rrtnlriuer- iif deposil of unsuccessful tenderers will bo returned to them upon the execution
of the contract
Tender* will not. lie oonsidored utiles made
out on the forum supplied, Higned witb the
actual iKnaturu of tho tunderor, and enclosed
in iho envelop k furnished.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily
Public Work* KnKinoer.
Public Work* Department.
Victoria, H. C, May ith, LOOO. td,
Certificate of  Improvements
Dominion Mineral Olaim, Bltuate  in
the Trout Lake Mining Division of
West Kootenay District.
Where located I—Rapid Creek.
Take notice that I, Catherine Maud
Kraser, Free Miner's Certificate No, B
01203, intend, sixty days from tlie date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifloate of Improvements,
for the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Urant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must he commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated  this  22nd day of  February,
A.D. 1000.
may 12     Oathbkine Maud Fbabbr
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that Julia A. Simpson,
of Arrowhead, occupation married
woman, intend toappiy for permission
lo purchase the following described
Commencing at a post planted at
south-east corner of Lot 8300, thence
west IU chains, thence south 7 chains
more or less to lake shore, thence along
lake shore to point of commencement.
Dated 3rd April, 1000.
ap 10-OOd        JULIA A. SIMPSON.
Revelstoke Land District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, John H. Selkirk,
Agent, of Vancouver, B.C., intend lo
apply to the Commissioner of Lauds
and Works for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Beginning at a posl planted about
20 chains east of the north east corner
of Timber Limit No. 12150, on Upper
Arrow Lake, West Kootenay, running
west 80 chains, thence north (id chains,
thence east 00 chains, thence south 40
chaius, thence east 20 chains, thence
south 20 chains to point of commencement.
Dated April 7th, 1000.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take Notice that I, A.W. Dickinson,
of Arrowhead, B.C., occupation, lumberman, thirty days after date intend
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described laud:
Commencing at a post planted on
lake shore, at thu northeast corner of
lot 7005 and marked "A. VV. Dickinson's Northwest Comer," thence south
40 chains, east 40 cliains, north 40
chains, west 40 chains, following lake
shore to place of commencement.
Dated April 7th, 1000.
Ap. 10. A. VV. Drkinsok.
Tenders will he received for painting
the Central Hotel tip till noon Monday
the 17th next, with or without materials. For further partiulars and
specifications apply Central Ht tel.
The lowest or any tender not oeee-j-
sarily accepted.
House for Sale
One of tbe most desirable residences
in tbe city witb all modern conveniences. Three iiO-loot lots by 140
feet deep. Tbis property will be sold
at a bargain at the owner is leaving
the city. Apply at premises to J.
MoPHAlL, First Street, Weat.      tl
Belore the First ol May, two Bix-
roomed houses, in Revelatoke, witb
two acres ol land eacbi including, il
wanted, horse and rigs and all garden
tools. Situated weat of C P.R. track
Lower town.   Apply to
tc . Box 236, Reveletoke.
OR SALE—A Six-roomed cottage,
apply R. N. Doyle. tf
WANTED-Edgerman  and Better
for  circular  mill.    Apply Lee
Lumber Co., Wigwam, B. 0,
WANTED—Planet   hand,   able  to
handle 13 Inch match lumber,
and make inoultling.    Apply Lee Lumber Co,, Wigwam, H. c.
WANTED—Planer hand, able to
hauille 13 inch matcher and
iiiitke mouldings, Apply l*i. Lumber
Oom pany.
IjVJUND-A Rosary and Crucifix.
J owner may have same by proving
property anil paying fur thii notice.—
Apply M.\ii.-I1i:ii.m.ii offlce,
HLACK SOIL   3»> loads on   hand,
selling fust iii H hat-gain.   Apply
early T. A. LBWIH, IMione 72
I > \Ns\  i'i.ANTS  for -.il.'. Ilic, pel
I     dozen, all   Ural    i lass growing
plants.    Apply to Mrs.,lames Relgbley
at Columbia Budge. myb 2t
Recently Discussed Microbe Infects British Publicists
That   tbe   Bacillus  Csnadiensis  in
affecting   an   increasing    number  of
publicists   and   newspapers,  lecturers
j anil authors  iu   the   British  Isles,   is
I frequently evidenced.    A marked copy
I of the Scotsman ol April 24 has reached
j the office  nf  the  Mail-Hkkalu containing a column aud a  hall of care-
: fully compiled Canadian  information
Short and striking comment of immigration problems, the crop conditions,
trade ami  tariff, furnish  the subject
matters   discussed.     To   show,   that
Bfitous think well of that part of  the
empire which th"v  are still disposed
to call a "colony1' despite the fact that
Mr.   Bram   Thompson   says   it    is  a
"nation," the   following  reprodoction
Ir.un lhe Scotsman will show;
"The annual meeting of the Duns
Primrose League was held last night
In the Drill Hall, Duns Mr. Campbell Swinton of Kininierghaine, Ruling
Councillor, presided, and there was a
large attendance. Sir Henry Set m-
Karr, C.M.G., prospective UuioniBt
candidate for Berwickshire, lectured
on "Big (lame Hunting in North
Ameriea aud in Norway." The lee
ture was illustrated by about one
hundred and fifty lantern slides, lor
the most part from photographs taken
by the lecturer himself. Sir Henry
described various phases ol wild sport
in the Rocky Mountains which he bad
enjoyed when hunting buffalo, wapita,
grizly bears, and other big game. He
also gave an interesting description of
his ranching experiences, and ol his
intercourse with tbe Red Indian
tribes. Touching on the great resources and possibilities of our great
Canadian Dominion, he emphasized
the importance ol preferential trading
arrangements with such a magnificent
colocy, whose future development and
expanding markets should be oi the
greatest possible value from every
point of view to the Mother Country.
Sir Henry was accorded a hearty vote
of thanks."
Million Dollars Subscribed to
Develop Treasure
A report from Victoria says that
over twenty thousand dollars has been
sent Irom Chinatown in payment for
stock in the Ting Petig Seng—tbe
Heavenly Peace Mountain—mine in
Southern China, and Chinatown haa,
since its hard-earned dollars went
across the bounding Pacilic, been
seething witb excitement over tbe
prospect ol great riches to be gained
through the possession of mining
Charley Yip Yen did it. Charley
wae formerly the Chinese customs
interpreter at Vancouver and is well
knowu iu Victoria, whither he transported his bulky personage wheu tbe
Empress liners were iubouud, belore
he went to far away Kwongsai and
organized the company to work the
mine on Heavenly Peace mountain.
As a result ol the talks Charley Yip
Yen gave here belore he and Lew Si
Kee left for South China on the last
outbound Km; ress liner, Victoria
Chinese subscribed over $20,000. Vancouver bas subscribed liberally, as well
aa Seattle, Portland, San Francisco.
Stockton and other cities. In all
over 12,700,000 has beeu" collected in
payment for shares in the mines ol
Heavenly Peace mountain.
Charley Yip Yen and Lew Si Kee
made a tour of the cities ol the United
Statea, a semi-official tour it was, for
the Chinese government had sent Lew
in company with other ollicials to
iuveatigate mining and general com-
mercial development. Tbe promotion
of the Heavenly Peace mine was carried on wherever Chinese were located.
Orange Day Celebrations
Arrangements for the celebration of
the Twelfth of July by the Orange
fraternity of the interior at the City of
Vernun include the running of a
special excursion train from Revelstoke
and another from Kamloops. The
special will leave Revelatoke at five
o'clock, Clanwilliam at 5:30, Three
Valley at 5:66, Craigellachie at ti.30,
Rowie at 6:38, and reaching Sicamous
junction at 7.10, leaving 20 minutes
later fur the Okanagan Valley. The
Kamloops train will leave that city at
i o'clock, reaching Sicamous at 7:50
and leaving (or the aouth at v 10
fall traina will he run with ample
accommodation lor a hoat of excur
Cabinet Minister Weds
1,'uii'tiy and iu the preaence ol only
intimate Iriends, Hon. K. J. Fulton,
miniater ol landa, wae married on
Wedneaday afternoon to Mies VVinni-
(red Davie, daughter ol a (ormer
premier of Britieh Columbia, and
granddaughter of Theodore Davie, a
pioneer itatcsnian. The wedding took
place at the home of Mr. A. E. Mc-
Phillip*, the bride's brother-in-law, and
the couple left lor a abort trip Up
Vancouver Inland
Mechanics in Employ of Canadian Pacific Railway Company Have Former Wages
The Associated Press and private
press correspondents send out word
from Wiunipeg that a settlement ol
the di '.erences between the dissatisfied
mechanics in the employ of the C.P.R.
and the company has been effected
and that the committee representing
the mechanics which was in confer
ence with ollicials ot the road at Montreal has gone home pleased with the
arragement. Under the terms of the
agreement entered into between the
eomp-uiy aud the men a reinstatement of those who had lelt tho company's employ ia promised and the
akjuBtment ol many ol the technical
poiuts in dispute ban been brought
about. The settlement affects all the
men in the mechanical department of
the railway company's employ (rom
ocean to ocean ami is naturally accep
ted with a feeling of relict by both the
men and the ollicials.
That there has been disaffection
among the men and strenuous dissent
from the conditiens of employment
for several years is well known. Tbe
firmness of the company and its unrelenting resistance ol the demands
made by its workmen resulted in unfortunate strikes at different times
and at different centers ol employment and persistent efforts to nego
tiate a settlement were carried on.
The strife grew out ol a reduction of
wages and it is understood that the
schedule in force before the trouble
began has been restoied and in practical effect the working agreement in
f.irce prior to  1908 haB been cooceded.
There are now no grievances on the
part of the men and the slate is wiped
clean of differences at least in the
mechanical department. Conciliation
aud lair play on both sides brought
about the settlement alter protracted
Happenings Throughout Week
in B. C.
The decomposed body ol a woman
was tound in the woods near Vancouver on Wednesday afternoon. The
body bad a branch of a tree covering
tbe face and so far has not been
identified. Mystery surrounds tbe
case as to whether it was oneol murder
or suicide.
Northern dinners arc dispensing
with Chinese labor in their lish can
neries and substituting Hindus. The
darker skinned Orientals are employed
iu all sorts of fetch and carry work,
but are uot allowed to perform any ol
the canning operations. They are
said to be more satislactory as employees than the Chinese.
OnMouday night two C.P.R. freight
cars loaded with merchandise for
Interior points slipped off the rails
and into the Inlet, near Barnet. Tbe
cause ol the derailment has not yet
been ascertained, but singularly
enough unly the two cars went off, the
restol the train keeping the track. As
they were completely immersed, it is
expected tbat their contents w.ll be
totally destroyed.
Judge Lituipiiiiiii, ol Victoria, and
Mr. Thomas Kiddie, superintendent ot
Le Roi smelter at Nortbport, Wash.,
aod formerly of Ladysmith, will leave
Saturday lor Merritl, where on Monday they will begin the taking ol evidence in connection with the arbitration proceedings between the miners
and the Nicola Valley Coal & Coke
cempany. They will act iu conjunction with a third arbitrator representing the United Miueworkcrs ol
Tuesday and Wednesday
A first class programme will be pre
scnted at the Edison Parlor Theatre
on Tuesday aud Wednesday next week.
The programme will include "Paris
Fire Brigade at the Oymnasium" and
the beautiful oolored picture "Bra
birain's Miracles' among other good
subjects. Don't turget the date next
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Revelstoke Schools' League
Historians state that the conquered
nation  usually   receives   tho   greater
benefit from  a   defeat,   as   Ihey   are
spurred   to   greater   efforts   thereh).
This seems to have been the case with
tho Public School  lacrosse team, for,
since their doleat by the High  School
boyc on April 23rd laat they have been
practising constantly,   whereas   their
opponents  have  been  somewhat lax, 1
wi»h the result   that   in   yestorday s j
game the latter   were  beaten   to   the
tune ol 0-2 by the Public School aggre-1
gatiou. '
Jury in Kirrade Case Returns
a Fake Verdict
Hamilton, May 16.—That the Kinrade jury was laboring under » misapprehension is now apparent. Foreman Spera gave out an interview today
in which ht: said that had it uut been
lur the (act. thai the Crown in ending
ihe investigation SO suddenly gave the
jury the impression that a cerium
development would take place if an
open verdict was brought in, it would
have been more'specific in its finding.
He said that the jury was contemplating holding a meeting lor the
purpose ot piisHing a vote ol censure
on the attorney-general's department
lor its inactivity in the case.
An informal meeting of a number
of the juiyineii was held here this
morning, be said, at which the reported movements ol two important
witnesses iu the case were commented
Foreman Spera said that the jury
had come in for any amount of
obloquy tor bringing in the venlicl it
did, ami the jurymen aril anxious to
place themselves on record iu siin.c
definite way. They were anxious to
give the Crown evory opportunity.
A letter has been sent from the jury
to the attorney general in which their
stand in the mutter is outlined. The
oreuinn said that the jury stood at
onetime 10 to2 in lavor of mentioning a name in the finding, but the
majority was persuaded from doing so
on the ground that the Crown's actions
might thereby be hampered.
Delaying of G. T. P. Contracts
The delay iu the awarding of the
contract lor building the Grand Trunk
Pacific 100-mile coast section beyond
Kitselas canyon is understood to be
due to the probability ol the management abandoning tbe located line up
the Skeena, via Hazelton and Bulkley
Valley, in lavor ol the Copper river
This is apparently confirmed by the
recent action of the chiel engineer,
Van Arsdel, in instructing the engineers to take the field at once with a
view to making a resurvey of the
alternative route. The proposed Copper river cut oil' will admittedly effect
a saving of 80 tulles, as compared with
tbe circuitous route via Hazelton, and
although it affords a better grade nearly all the way, Berious engineering
difficulties will be encountered at Pine
pasB on the divide between tlio Copper
river and Telkwa river basins. These,
it is now believed, can be overcome by
means ol a long tunnel, involving the
expenditure of $1,000,000, but representing a figure far inieriui to the cost
ol l.li.si iug out the grade along the
Skeena river.
Methodists Do Honor to Pioneer
The jubilee of Methodism in British
Columbia waB celebrated at New Westminster Thursday by a great public
meeting at Queen's Avenue Methodist
church. During the week the British
Columbia conference ol the Methodist
church has been carrying ou the work,
eutailed by its twenty-third annual
session, and committee meetings have
occupied the earlier days. Yesterday
the ministerial session ol the conference wsb held in private, and in the
afternoon a complimentary dinner
was tendered the delegates to the
conference, the delegates to the Worn
en's missionary society branch meeting
and the early pioneers ol Methodism
in llritisli Columbia, and in the evening the public filled the spacious
eh in nl i lu do honor to those eluuly
Christians who fought the good tight
in the days ul lung ago.
beautiful oil paintings ot these pioneers were unveiled, and the cereuiuiiy
was made the occasion (ur it great
outburst ol religious enthusiasm. It
seemed us il nil the old-timers uf the
province had rallied to '.hieon's Ave,
church. Old, bent and white with
the mows ul many years, ihey filled
the pews and listened with rapt atte
tion to the tributes paid the men with
whom they hud worked fur the cause
60 years ago, and  who   had   laid   that
foundation upon which the Methodist
church in Uritish Columbia wae so
securely erected. From all over the
const the veterans cine, and the day
witnessed many reunion!.
The chair was occupied by Rev. .1.
Hobson, B.A.i ol Nanaimo, and the
spoakerB included clergy and' laity
prominent in the work ol the Methodist church in the province.
The portraits unveiled were of Revs.
Ephraim Evans, Edward White, E.
Hobson, Arthur Browning, J. Potta,
A.. Carman, Alex, Sutherland, N Bur-
wash, C. Bryant and James Turner.
Moving pictures at the Edison
Parlor Theatre tonight.
#m?    affcis -:© '%^1 ST%>
Baking   triumphs   are   every-
day   occurrences   with  Purity
Highest   grade   in   the   world.
Home-made bread
.    .    -y.      awarded first prize
t^y at   the   National
Exhibition, Toronto,   was
made  from   Purity   flour.
Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd.
Mills it St. Bomfacc.
Godcnch, Brandon,
Ollic Winnipeg. M.n.lob.
More bread and better bread
i  i
"■"        These destroyers cannot live where trees have been treated with     ^^
W A R N O CK'S T R li E P A i N" T
Pear Blight. Rabbits, Mice, Borers, Canker Worm, San Jose .Scale, Oyster
Shell, Bark Louse and Sun Scald. THE COST IS VERY SMALL. It will
not wash off. One application protects for two years. Warnock'a Tree Paint
Is not an experiment, li has Btood the test for six years in all parts of the
United States, ll is an absolute preventative and cure for Pear Blight. W:e
invite Investigation. The Arkansas Experimental Station has used this tree
paint for three years, November, 1907; ibey purchrsed 50 gallons for free
distribution among leading orchards.    Send for 16-page free booklet to
(i. It. LAWKS, Enderby, B. C, Sole Manufacturers for B. O.
Paget Supply Company. Agents, Revelstoke, B   C.
The Leading Cigar  Store
and Pool Room in the City
The   best  and   largest   Stock   of  Cigars  and
Pipes  in   Revelstoke.
The   Original   Mac's   Mixture   now   on   hand
and made   expressly   tor   us  bv D. K. McPherson.
" 'T(!TBC:--r1aM_________—E» III, I Hill  ■ I—«■—— _____________________■______■ |^
fTVCCi-I    CPCf\C     Timothy, Red Clover, White Dutch
KlNfl   jLLUj    -lover' La*n Grass     Ve6etaWes:
Field and Garden.
" Royal Standard " Flour. " Wild Rose " Pastry
Flour, drain Bran. Shorts and Hay. Chicken
Specialities. Agents:—Manitoba Frost Wire
Pence and Gates.
The Paget Supply Coy.
A Made-Over Mummy
SEATTLE, Wash.. May 15.—Some
enthusiastic aiiti.|iiariau at the Rational capital has gone back three
million years to lish up an exhibit for
tiie Alaska Yukun-Paeitic Exposition.
A letter from the government exposition agent describes ilss " a mummied
dinosaur, or traohodon," but even if it
is worae than that, it will be nn acceptable addition to the other old
tuners who will gather by tlie lakeside
when the gates upon on June l-t.
Not much uf Colonel Xrachodun's
anted ilt i.t.i is known, nothiug in (act,
except that he died suddenly in Wyoming mi an extremely hot day.
Judging Inun the position in which
the remain! were found by Charles 11.
Sternberg, it died with its feet in the
air and tben lay nut in the heat fur
twu ur three thousand years, which
fortunately for posterity, made it a
mummy instead of a diilocatsd skeleton, for the ekin ol the lieaet is intact,
albeit, very much wrinkled as become
ripe old nge.
The dynusaur is now lieing prepared
in the American Minium   ul   Natural
History. It is being renovated, or
revamped, or whatever it is that  ii
dime with indent dynnsaiira to make
tlii-m nt (or other Cumpany. It will
then be brought   on   t.. Seattie   aa   a
part nl the Government's exhibit.
Auction Sale
Household   Furniture
I have Instruction! from Mr, li.
Bailie in sell 11 public aucl i"". the
entire furnishings ol Ida residence,
corner Fourth  Btreel   and McArthu
Tuesday, May 18th
Aa everything was bougbl new -..ine
few months ago you ahould certainly
attend this sale.   Everything musl go,
H. MANNING        •       Auctioneer
Garden Tools
Spraying Materials
Bee Supplies
Iruit and ornamental trees
home grown, hardy, tested
aud proven Our trees du
uot bave to lie futnigattd.
They are grown in tiie only
part ol the continent not
infested with the San Joae
lu" 1'age Catalogue Free.
M.   J.   HENRY,
Greenhouses and Nurseries
3010 Westminster Road.
Iiranch Nursery      -      South Vancouver
Teiidiii- will I"' ni'i-ivrd .tl the t'ily
Hall up till (i pin. mi Saturday, May
16, fm the following worki
1. Building a sidewalk -ix feet wide
extending foi une block and a half ni,
Railroad Avenne.
2. Opening a Wagon   road  nn Hail-
mud Av.niie.
li.    I'm   the  opening   up of   Veriimi
Avenue from the city limits to Sixth
street turnniieci with the Government
ii .ignti road,
I. Building a sidewalk front the
curlier of Charles Street tu the corner
ni Kootenay Street on the north side
nf Third Street.
ii. Lt veiling the ground mi the Columbia liver bank and surfacing the
same with R ooat of gravel or cinders
from   tin-   C.I'.R.   bridge   lo  the city
1 mil-
(i.   Brushing  out   Garden  Avenne
I from  its  preeeni   clearance as far as
Broad Street,
I'm further particulars apply to
City Clerk.
Pure Drugs
combined with careful
compounding, prompt
delivery anU reasonable
priced are the faotors
which have built up our
busineaa to its« present
immense proportions,
Bring your next prescription here ..if you
want satisfactory results
Macdonald's Drug Store
t'n]| and Inspei I
S 1S E I) S
i stock of Onion Seta and Garden Seeds of all kinds
None hut new seeds kept In stock
We carry ;i complete line of
staple ana fancy groceries! and
can oiVer you the best goods nt
Hu1 sume price as yuu pay for
Inferior lines.
Our bread, cake and pastry trade
is rapidly Increasing, a trial
order for any one of the above
will explain why.   Our aim is to
keep only the best.
Hobson's Bakery & Grocery
Local and General.
A large audience enj iyed  the  first- j
class programme at the Edison  Parlor
Theatre   last   night      Tonight at  8
o'clock the same  programme  will   be
Owing to   pressure on our space the'
ohurch notices have lieen unavoidably
crowded oui   thi- issue, ihe usual »er-.
vices    however will   be held in tlie ild-
ferent places uf worship.
The whole entertainmeul ..i ' I he
Musical Eckardta ia strongly endorsed ' J   l'i' --  uml    Ptllpil   us    being j
wholesome, unique  uml  entertaining.!
Uoo'l forget tin date ttt   Ily. Y  M. C.
\    i. Friday next. 21st.
SMotoria Day is to l.e righl  royally
i'. iei rated in Enderby with h cull ..iii
all adjacent communities and splendid
pportunitiea to atti ml. A train will
leave Revelstoke in tie morning nl
May'Jl. at 7 o'clock, returning from
Enderby at 0:30 in the evening and
affording a  good  opportunity  to  sic
some ...f tin-   w lerful   valley mi   the
journey. Among the events in the
Bporting line that are scheduled lor
the day are a match between Revel
Bloke and Armstrong in liter.sse;
Kevelstoke against Vernon in baseball
nud Salmon Arm against Vernon in
fiiotball. All these contests will be fur
medals and will be hotly contested
Tbere is alremly an assurance given
that many Kevelstoke citi/.ens will
visit the valley capital on the day in
Your Insurance
Is  une ,d   ilu-   most   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Look after this branch ol your business
Successors io Kincaid & Andersoti
Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent
(Mice on First St., Opposite the Olub
Rents Collected,
NOTAKY  Ptllll.lO
I <HH><H>0<HH><HK>00<><KH><H>0<KH><!)
Do   you   know
handles almost everything for
the baby, viz.:
BABY FOODS Allenbury's,
Mellin's, Nestles, Robinson's Barley, Robinson's
Groats, Horlicks .Milk,
Lactated Food, Neaves',
E-kay's, ele. Also the
the best lines of Nipples,
SooHhts, Feeding Bottles
an i T. emu's,
__ 4_--.    ,■____ __mh_p —r,.
Stanley Kida, who escaped from the
Provincial gaol last week, remains up
In the hour of Ruing to press as tree as
the birds of the air. No trace ul him
nor suggestion as to where lie may be
found is known. Had officer Kington
been in the city nt the time ol the
escape there might have been a different Btory to tell.
The Methodist Conference, nuw in
session at New Westminster, has
elected Kev. James Calvert, B, I).,
president for tbe current year. In the
lirst draft ol stations JKev. T. W. Hull
is re-located at Revelstoke, 'Ihere is
no likelihood'ol a change us in the
case of some ol the other stations.
The second weekly shoot ofthe.Gun
Club, 25 birds, Leggett trap, unknown
angles, was held Wednesday evening
and the following scores made: 14.
t'pper, 7; J. McMartin, 10; XV. Bews,
(i; II. Miilliollaud. 11: XV. Sturdy, 17;
\V. Lawreuce. lli; .1. G. Barber, Iti; J.
R. N. Cooke, 18; A. J. MeDonell, 11);
Bruce Lawson, tl; Mr. Lockhead, !).
The work of cleaning the rubbish
ami debrie of the winter's collection
from th • city streets goes on apace
nnr! the pathway of the city workmen
looks spic and Bpan li the lants
c mid have the obj ctionable piles ol
ii-ln'S'tn l other unsightly stuff cartel!
out oi town Revelstoke might qualify
i. r n place i-i tiie CHtaiiigue nl eitus
il undid.
Though tlie Molsons Bank building
has heen removed from its former
locution ut the comer of First. Hi reel
and McKenzie avenue the stall' will
continue to do business in the building, until the new building is cum-
plcti'd and ready for occupation, The
present will be permanently located
un A. Cowie's lot on Kirst street in a
couple ol days.
There was a large attendance at the
Holler Rink both on Wednesday and
Thursday nights the Independent
Band favoring the guests with renditions ut the latest music. Mr. McKinnon, the proprietor ol the rink, has
purchased a pinner antl ulso a sanding
machine with which to keep the lluor
ol the rink in the best condition
possible so that the patrons of the
senii-thespian art may always have u
good smooth plane to skate on.
The morality, quiet und decency  of
the city at this time equals that of any
city   in   Canada,    The  police  duties
resolve  themselves   into   little   more
than keeping a watchful   eye  and the
necessity for arrests ia   an   infrequent
oecurience.      Few tramps inllict Iheir
presence ou the city and tliese gentl
men of quality receive  no encourage
mem. to remain   W'th   the  limits.    Si
far as is known no tinhorns are doing
business and  there is   no suggestion
that  gambling is   being   indulged  in
Volumes   are spokeu  bv   these  mutel
evidences nf the absence uf vice.
The Molsons Bank building no
longer occupies the corner monopolized by it during the pust 12 years,
The lot on the corner of First street,
nnd McKenzie avenue is a desolated
wilderness and only the bank vaults
remain as a landmark to show where a
big pile ul money was stored. On
Thursday the building moved gracefully uut on rollers to the street middle; yesterday it was moved ttloug
First and in n few days will dignify its
new location, Tin* ease with which
buildings are moved in tliese days ol
modern engineering was the subject
of comment by a large concourse ul
spectators who have watched the progress of the iv rk each day.
H. A. .Macl'liei'soii, manager ol the
Lardo Light. A Power Company, spent
a few days in the city this w ek.
Engineor Bungard, of Vancouver,
and Mrs. Bongard are the guests uf
Mr. and Mrs. P, llolley this week,
,1. A. .Murray, formerly editor of the
Trout Lake Pioneer, has been iiji
pointed mining recorder at Trout
Luke in the place of F. 0. Campbell,
who has resigned.
Mrs. Mayor Lindmark left on No. 97
last Monday night tor a month of
summer holidaying at tbe coast. She
will be a guest, ol Mrs. Kev. ,I.A.
Wood at Sidney.
Roller Rink Carnival
On Thursday night next the 20t'i
inst. a Grand Fancy Dress Carnival
will be held at the Roller Kink. The
Independent Bund will render a programme during the evening. Carnival
will commence at 8 o'olook and the
public will allowed to skate at !):30.
Prizes will be offered (or the following:
1. Prize for best dressed couple.
2. Prize for best (couple) lady and
gent skaters
3. Prize lur beet, lady's cost nine.
4. Prize f'.r best gent'-co-ttune
5. P iz" for best gill's costume,
(!. Prize for 'est ooy's costume
Cur B fl. Timothy hay just arrived
—Paget Supply Co.
Sporting Notes
On Wednesday evening the Beavers
defeated the Schools at baseball 13 7.
Next Wednesday the North Star and
Schools' teams meet.
The lirst game in the senior baseball
league was played last night when the
Scots Greys defeated the Business
Men 11-3. Next Tuesday the intermediates play tbe Rovers,
Strawberry Plants
From my celebrated 'DUO d ALPS'
Berry.    Thoroughly acclimatized, ol
exquisite llavor   At lj.2 tin per hundred
Revelstoke, B, 0.
Scaled Tenders
Will he r I veil hy the undersigned
for the purchase of the whole of the
machinery of the Rothsay Lumber Co.
Ltd,, as il now lies at the scene of the
lute lire al Mara, B.C., consisting of
boiler, engine, planer, carrier, conveyor, corrugated iron mulling, bolls,
chains, etc. Alsu for the purchase of
the I'o'loii ing buildings now standing
mi the Company's leasehold: Store,
shed, boarding house, stables, etc.
Tenders will be received for these
singly or for the whole, and same
musl he removed within 21 days from
date of pm chase. Ten per cenl of the
amount of tender should accompany
each tender, to be returned should
such tender be refused.
Tenders to lie opend on Saturday,
May 22nd at noon. Highesl or any
tender nul necessarily accepted,
Liquidator   for  the Rothsay Lumber
Company, Limited,
Enderby, B.C.
is called to the tinest garden and
building  Lois in the citv. juM
North of the C.P.R. track
Prices   Away   Below   Assessed
Value and   Only   a   Few   Left
For particulars writs
Revelstoke Realty Company, Limited
MUX   701,    KKVKI.SIllK K
Children's Headwear
Wc can show you one of the daintiest lots of head-
wear for children you have ever seen. We have all
styles and all prices, from the cheapest straw sailor to
the daintiest muslin embroidery hat. Silk and muslin
Bonnets, silk and muslin Mats, cloth, leather and
linen Tarns, Straw Sailors, etc.
Neat Lingerie Dresses
e have just opened
a lot of one piece
wash dresses
at the
lowest prices you
lave y
et seen.
Fliey come in
champagne,  pinl
i  .tnd
prettily  trimmed
with 1
ice or embroidery,
and e
re sure
sell   rapidly.
lor the complete i
range 1
$5 to $9.50.
McLennan & Co,
You Don't Have To
Go outside of Revelstoke to make
your Real Estate Investments.
The Revelstoke Land Company Ltd.
have the best bargains in the City.
Lots $150 up.   Acreage $100 up.
p Kootenay Agencies Ltd., Agents
Ate* in » MIL-HMD
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mvammmmtmt wtt.mt,tmtmmMmnt n
We begin our Gigantic Clearance Sale on Monday, May 16th, and expect it to be
one of the most successful ever held in Revelstoke. It has taken a lot of time and
thought to prepare for this sale and now we expect it to bring in a lot of money. You
will save money by taking advantage of these cut prices; in fact you cannot afford to
miss this opportunity of securing seasonable goods at such low figures.
Selling" for Cash
White Wear
Nigbt     ' .nu.-      SkirU      Coi sel
i ',,',.■■-   Drawers, etc. el
-;..,   ;   • rji,..
Ladies' Underwear
. ■ each' • '
Sow 1
Colored Delaines
Colored   Del ual he
regulai prii e IO   n,     . 0,   \ at yd
Prints, Muslins
Am   ini   reg iiui pi ce   B
il        .» .-.-lium  at HJi j.. .     ird
Dress Goods
'  . . li'      ; •
Bed Spreads
-|U'i ml-.
■ I ki now 11 "ii
Shams and Covers
Ladies' Rain Coats
io        • the ■
.i MO f'.r •) .
Men's Boots
We have gono through and [licked
out mid lines, sizes from -ix to
ien. These lines nre our regular
selling hoots nt prices from $4,50
to 10 -ule price S2.90. Good
strong working bools, Blucber out
-nb price $1.76
Men's Suits
i .it \ new Tweed Hints, Ilu - soason
guuil- regulai ••fl.'i. now $9.76.
I won ly-live lilni'k uml blue worsted -nie price $12. Men's Tweed
I'nii .ii fl 2'n, ju.-l lho price yuu
i-i im overall). Hoy's Kniokor
.  i   al coi i
Men's Shirts
A good range of working shirts
now selling ut 50 cents each.
I)nini\   negligee   shirts,   regular
price if I.'i'i. now selling nl "Tic.
Odd Lines
l.iidies' Oxfords nud Bills, regular
$2.50 and $.'i, sale price fl,50,
Blouse waists inude from wrapperettes and prints, 85o.each.
Table Linen
G0o. Bleached Table Linen selling
at -10c. 40c. Unbleached Table
Linen, sale price IIOc. $1.5(1 Tahiti
Napkins, hemmed, our sale
price ifl.
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