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Array '• Empire" Typewriter
Por e ise of ..peiitl inn und  perfeet me
in rvc-iuiB produoed, mis   machine
is unsurpassed.   Price, $60.00 Cash.
Interior Publishing Co.,   ■   Ajieiiis
•   1
Vol. 15.-No  30
Visiting Cards
A   Specialty
ling Company
and Publishers
$2.50 Per Year
Provincial Library
. B. Hume a co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
—and so does every other well-dressed man here. They're the
smartest shoes that money can buy—exact reproductions of
expensive metropolitan custom models. They're made in quarter-
sizes, giving you an exact lit. Regal Shoes arc the greatest shoe
values in the world—that's why we sell them.
Let us show you the new Spring styles.
C  B. HUME Sr Company
Agents for RevelstoKc, B. C.
Stores at Revelstoke and Arrowhead.
Tills is the season of the year that the gnnd housekeeper wants to iinghii'ii up the home, Kalsomine Bnine
ruutiis. Varnish tbe woodwork, Paint the Huors. Varnish
Stain some pieces ol ihe furniture, linainel the beds or the
hath-, lleglid the picture frames. We are best able In
supply all these wants, we catei for the trade, and we
carry the gbods that give the satisfaction,
Agate wall finish, Alabastine, Whiting, House paint,
Khun paint, all ready for the brush. AspTnall's Knuinels,
B. A, P. Enamels for bath or woodwork. Baplau Varnish
slain.-, lioiiiie Varnish stains. Lactiueset In all colors.
Berry Bros, house varnishes, Liquid Granite for Minors or
i.ib loth. Varnish for furniture, Hours, bunts ut carriages,
all fnr all inside work,
Painters Supplies in all lines and at prices that cannot
be beat, give ut a chance to quote ymi, we can save ynu
money, Leave your ordert fur work with ns and ive will
send ynu a man and guarantee thai he will give ynu the
best iif gnnds.
\ Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Branchoa or Agents at all principal points in Oanada.
Agents in Qreat Britain ami lulled sillies London, England,
I.lnytls Hank, Limited, Chicago first National Hank, Corn Ex-
change National Bank. Seattle Heal tie National Bank, San Fran-
cisco- Wells -forgo Nevada   National Bunk.     Spukiine    Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits nf $1 and upward, reoelved, and interest allowed at
current pate (rom date uf deposit.   Correspondence tollolted,
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
mr i    ■     ii          ii mm
Specials for the Week
Ladies'   Duck Dress Skirts
Children's Summer Coats
Hats and Bonnets
MRS.   A.   ii.  CRICK
Flrat   Stroot Opposite   Windsor   Hotel
Substantial Span Across lllecillewaet River- Wing Dam
Constructed Roads Brought
to City Limits.
The recent completUn oi the bridge
over the lllecillewaet river and the
work nf extending and improving the
roads leading out of the city in the
direction of Arruwheud indicate iu
Bomo degree the mirk thut, is being
.Imi.' by the government iu this part
of lhe provinoe for the convenience ul
settlers and us un invitation tu prospective settlers. The flew bridge is
485 feet in length uver all and is three
.-pun, with u Howe truss spun 123 feet
iu length and two shorter approaching
.-pans. It was erected under the
supervision ol Edward Trimble, now
bridge inspector, at a cost nf $5,800
und is a substantial structure in every
respect. The building ol this bridge
ut this time, while not imperative, was
considered advieablo aa there was
some tluuht ot the stability of the uld
bridge ii mile [url'ier up the stream.
The new piece ot workman.snip is cum
plete iiii.i the ixe-ptiun ul the appli
eatiim iif the ciuis ol paints with
which it will I.,' udurned at a , early
The ton e s for tbe bridge wi re
shipped in from the mills ol Roberts .n
& Hfickett, of Vanoouver.
Abuui two miles and a half nf guud
road on both sides ol tbe lllecillewaet
river have been male during the full
mil spring, atfurding employment to
abuut thirty men including the bridge
work, It is '.he intention of tbe government to extend the ruud eome five
or six miles farther iu the direction ol
Arruwheud during the coming autumn.
In addition to tbe extension of the
road it is the purpose of the government to build mattresses alung tbe
shores ul the lllecillewaet river from
the bridgt to the Columbia at every
puint where there is apparent danger
ul erosion, This will be dune after
high water.
A wing dam 100 feet in length bus
just been completed at the old bridge,
the cost being ifsuo There was dan
ger that at this puint the currenl
would crude lhe embaukmeuts su us
tu uidaiiger the abutment ol the
bridge. This has been u ti getber
averted, Tne span uf tbe old I idgi
bas had au overhauling aud new gib
plates have beeu put ou thi Btiiuger
j nuts. A bridge acroBs the slough hat.
also bieu built, the length  ol  which i-
123 leet.
The government road work nearest
the ciiy bus brought the improve
meotB to tbe city limits and the lit.
Oounoil is calling lor lenders lor the
opening uud grading ol ite street ends
te connect wiih these.
Altogether a considerable sum has
been spent iu making improvement
under government supervision in the
immediate district and a part ol the
appropriation lor the whole show piac-
tical results.
Machinery  on Hand and Timbers Arriving
W. Q.QIllett, ol Uillett & McDonald, cuiitractuts lor the Columbia ri-er
bridge, arrived in the city fn.tu Nelson
un Monday night and is asuoung in
the supervision ul the wurk on the
new structure that ia to be. An
engine I'.r the pile drivi r bus been
teoured from Arrowhead, piles are   on
band and timbers Irom the mills in
carload shipments daily.
lt is tin- Intention ol tbe oontraotors
(0 push the wurk furwurd as rapidly
as circiiniBl uices will permit and it is
tlieir expectation that the wurk of
driving piles will be oompleted befure
high water.
When this work is finished a larger
force ul men will be employed and lhe
superstructure will be put In place,
the whole wurk  b ing oompleted by
early autumn.
Wild Goose Chase.
Sin Prascisco, May  12—Bringing
buck a baid luck story, bin nn gold,
Captain lames Brown wboclainiB thai
he Is llie unly man in the wurld who
knows where In lind the OOOOS Island
enebe ol $60,000,000, has returned Irum
lhe Antipodes, Hruwn left Sydney
March 6th in u twenty-live ton sehoun-
11, nub u crew ul luur, to search lui
the treasure, The bout was wrecked
mul In und Ins crew rescued by a
l-ronch ihlp,
Happenings  Throughout Week
in B. C.
By an almost unanimous vote the
ratepayers of Fernie appruved ol the
issuance of debenturea to the am tint
of $50,000 lor the purchase ui C. N   I'.
E. L. & T. Co.  plan!, and  tin i-
pletion of an electric light Bystetn and
$100,000 for the purchase of the present waterworks system and extension
thereto. Contracts will be let at onci
fortbe completi n of this work and [i
is expecled ilu.I bulb systems uii, bi
in operation by August Ist.
The body of Henry Itichard Brown
a Cariboo hunter, was found lyiti
the suow u mile and a half Irom his
home with a gun i-le I tvi iu .1 entering at the side of hia breaal and
leaving the body at tbe neck. As tbi
dead mail's Boowsboea were on bis feet
an accidental death is certain to
explain thecase.
John Houston's paper, the Evening
Bulletin, published ui Prince Rupert,
as-erls thai il.cni are seventeen blind
pigs openly operating in that. town.
A in in named Ryan slruek u cum-
pinion n.iiiiid Waul wiih an uxh hi
the Cassiar cannery i--: week in a
dispute .ver n bo bIi mid build i c imp
lire. The assaulter took tu the iv mils
and has not be n caugbl,
Theauthuriiiet of lie. city of North
Vancouver have determined to put u
snip to pi'ifcr-siiii'iil baseball pi.-yi'|
on Sunday wilhin the limit a ol tin
ambitious city. On recent Sunday
as many of 3,000 people cotigreg ited
mi the grounds aud over the bli .n r-
lowitut.-i the games and tin resideui
complained u, uuuuyunce uud nuis
ance. 'The acting Atlurney-Genero,
bus given authority tor prosecution
under the Lord's Day Ac and a ie.-i
case will be made.
R T. lleselwi.od of Kelowna, who
bus made a euielul inspection of tin
orchards of the Okanagan valley de
elates lhat the pencil crop io thai
district this year will be eatisfaulurj
The trees affected by lrust were those
which hud an early How ul sup und
nut mure than 6 percent, uf the whole
are damaged
The Presbyterian Synod ol  British
Columbia which   lias  just   closed   it__■
annual  Bejsiou at  Victoria   has  nic
inuriulized ihe Proviumal uud  I) imiii
inn  guvernni uts   to  i nac
bibiliug iiei ting on races     ll . i
petitioned    t ie    uttorni y   eneral   i
enforce  i he  proN isio       i  the Lord's
Day Acl        Ul    •   i ■.    lu
An mg .i /-i. u '■.. ... foi n id j
ihe   woi kingmi n   of   F I!
i.i king i i all the 11.i.i      :   I I) il   |
namely,    mini is,   ci   peuten     b .
-nii'.hs,     tln-inl  lis,     i...i bei ■ ,      Cui
ooks1 b Ipei . a,iiu rs, rookmen, i • ■
•iiciitu-. tn ici,layers, masons, stonemasons, .... .rn ._■ iticrs, painters und
unskilled i.i.. ,, lOtigsh iremt-n, transfer
men. Tlio urgauiziliun will be known
us the I'rince Unpen VV ii'kfugmen'a
Association, und mis been organized i.s
ful uws : II. I'. Dunseth, president; J,
it lieatly, vice-prinident; 1'. Daly,
Unsocial secretary; W. J. Blauchlield,
warden; Julin Houston, treasurer.
I'bo object of the association is stated
to be lu secure loi its members a hit
rate ul wages, the non-employment of
Asiatics at Prince Rupert add the
establishments ol workable agreements
with those that employ workmen,
The association is said to have a nieiii-
bershlpol not).
Still Bagging Game
Nairobi, British East Adieu. May
11.—From ex-President Roosevelt's
camp,   near     Mucliakoo,     word   was
briinght down to-day thut thu luck ul
the party oontinuea and that 15 varle
ties ul game, including a bull rhin
ucerus, have been bagged 00   the   lasl
expedition,     The   rhlnooeroue    was
churging Mr. BooBevolt when thu hunter lired.    The distance wiis   I I    pari;.
uml tbe animal lell dead.   Naturalists
ot lhe party are kept busy preparing
the trophies which are brought iii
daily.    Forty-five skins  huve  already
been   prepared lor  the  Smithsonian
Institute ui Washington,
Hospital Board
There was a guud iitlcuilancc al   lhe
meeting ul the Hospital Board  which
was held on Monday night.   The chief
matter undor disoussion was tlm proposed new wing for '.'ueeii Victuriii
Hospital,   it being resolvod  thut. on
receipt uf the revised plans, tenders
will be called for and the building
proceeded withal un early date.    It, iH
expected   Hint the   tenders  will   be
culled   Inr  within  two   weeks,    other
routine matters with  the  passing ol
accounts occupied the lime ut the
Miners Sick of Strike Suffragettes' New Role'- A Revolt
Against Young Turks—Miscellaneous.
I.i i iiniiiu..i:, May 12.—Reports aro
cum r.t thai local miners are iiui
In 11,i. and have d .'i.i "1 ti ip
fi in ih local mine matiagi rs with
■_■ ' 1 i . guing back to work Thej
i' i.i. ol si rike and are getl ing no
i ippnri ..i i be international board
ami nn nt ii go b ok to woi k. The
probabili y is that tbe mini.- will ri -
tune hy Monday.
London, May 11.—Chartering a line
- earn launcb wbioh they aggressively
lab ed "Di eaduaughl " and putl ii
land ou board, u party of suffragettes
steamed up tbe river i his altci n
until they readied a point opposite
be House oi Parliament. Here the
boat stopped nnd the women attraoted
the allention of tbe membeis on the
terraces by singing the Murselloiae,
then suddenly i li .■ n in lired In in
: lie launch a broadside ..( rocketi.
L'hi .-■ bin. i ub v.: thi) tnrraci a and n
regular sn iw -t inn I handbill i Hut-
lore i up ii t lie watching mon tiers,
S'l  .Imi ,.-,, Newfutiudland,   day   12.
li in ns   ri ceived    tu-duy   bom    the
v ui ni-   di! ricts    in    Newfuui dim d
sbinv thai Sir lO.twaiil Morris has won
■ i st il -.  while   Hi.'   lullowers   of  Sir
Itjberi    iiui,   i he   foruier   I'u tnie .
Have be n s icccssful in I hree
I'uiis, May II.—Alter  two hours ol
s ,,. ig   ib bate   in   ibe  Ch imber  t.f
Deputies to day the discussion   of ti..
postal situation wetit over   to  Mny Tl.
Pauis, May   11.—The  federal  com
initteeol the postal employees to i
voted and issued an urder lur a genet ul
is miAix, May 11.—Six hundred
a istal pi J a nt a meeting here
tonight v . ed to sit ike
Syracuse, N. V., May 12—liiliie
Allen, featherweight champion ol
Cunudu, had the better of Danny
Dunn ul Pittsburg iu a six round bout
nere last night.
CUNSTIM INUI'll'!,     May       11 —I-     18
non iri d l oi. ui.y m. ii ul ; he ipirii    .
[All   u i       -.   ;   ■■"....     rgan
i move . L'urks
House Proposes Larger Sums
for British Columbia
i -i i ■   . -
I        u re n
... i 	
the lui low in
Cumberland, pu   i   bui ,..." o
( e uiti ) Vicl..,i.i Posl ( Ml . . $2,U0U
additioii.il lluib..is uml rivers $3,000.
Dredging, $25 000 Telegraph und
telephone lines (looal exohanges)
$3,000. West const trail on Vancuuver Island, $25,000.
Ti e Bupi leinenl irit - alsn inoludi
(12,600 to conn i b ■ i ■ pen ■• a ..I thi
Mill ..era ol lhe Con u i-val ion Cummin-
Hum and $10,000 for the expenses ul
the Commission; $7,000 to provide fi i
experiments iu the cold
Iruit; $19,000 in addition to tin un
required lor the Fisheries Protectioi
Service if  British  Columbia; $60,000
lor expenses   iu  uiection with arbi
trni i.n   bi I. ro  Tbe  Hague t ribui .:
and $20,000 to |    .1.1    •  t uu I..    .
tiun oi i b is of I i.  .- .yal  ■
tnissio   I inl        le n latiuni
bel wi on C md the Wi I i idle
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Drifting Right Way
.ih,..    ikai      Ma'     12,—Sir    I' l,i no
Clou    hi   rici pi   i b ni a1 il      i. ■ .
muiuignr of i le  Bank ol M real, has
made tin    uteresl ing  am	
ihat n  nn il   Briti ..     pitalista
and ill'."', tori   Will   Home   ovei    I i   1 be
Dominion thia sui uui r fur the purpose "I seeing lli.'.'. uiilry.  Kir l'_ ly. ird
expre Bed ths opinion  thai   a    scent
budget   which   pi ■■   s   burd	
Investors v 111 r i ull In diverting u
ureal deal ul capital in Oanada, Care,
ho wo ver, would have to be lukt n
again Bt prpjoots ul doubtful merit, uh
such wuuld do groal injury to Oanada.
Victoria Day Treat
Arrangement? are well In  hand lur
the production by the Amati ur  Dru-
malic Olub ol a side-splitting c ly,
untitled, "Ail the Comforts ol Home,"
,n |h,. evening nl Mny -lib.    The per-
(nrmiiiie.ii in In aid ol the Vlotoria
Hospital and pronilioe to heone of the
biggestsuooesses ol the local Thespians,
New Seeds. Garden Tools
Wire Fencing    McClary's Stoves
Crockery, Glassware
Builders'   Hardware
Sherwin-Williams' Paints
Choice Groceries
Groceries        Hardwai e      . Harness       Plumbing
;cts to ci
fair price for
" e right
J thing   "
COPyri^kt",   IQ07
We give our customers s ich good service
thai they glady pay us the price we ask ior our
Clothing. We do not keep cheap, poor tilting
clothing made out of poor cloth.
have built up our business by maknig
y .i fair profit.    Holding
'  pay   us.      We   would
rather up thi       lalii    of our clothing l'or
. ' .is up OUI
;.t of Trunks  anu   Suit
i. ■ ed.
Fit Reform Clothing
I1KAI)   OFFICE.   ItlUi'Ml)
B. E. WALKKR, President I P/lid-lip Capital, $1 0.000,000
ALEXANDER I.AIKIi,Oi-neralMTD»2er    Reserve Fund,    -     6,000,000
The Dew Trai
way in whu h to
I aro a most convenient
. ■ ... 1 .n denomiiuukHU oi
$10,   $20,  $50.  $100 and  $200
mid the cxu. i ,i Austria,  Belgium, Denmark, France,
Germany, Great Britain   Holland, Italy, Norway, Kii.siin, Sweden
.nnl Switzerland face ol each cheque, while in other rountrim
Tbs ' !i'-.|.i.-'. and W rr,;»ril nj; tbem may lie obtiyned at every ofice
„f the   Bunk. HU
Sick of Orientals
The   Daily  Mows, ol Westminster,
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11. i
th ith all Orii
1,1..        : ...   with  a
un   in
the n-  Hind
.it n 11   la ly si
good   an   i is
for un . .' Cans
diiin   colony.   i! give
iinui   lm.i    I and do
everything I
i'.mie In and ha       cn|       i ici   hot
enllei I 1)1 ■ I'U.    Ol
Vanoouvei -      in atora
DOW ("1 a i. ii lug the
iinril -..( I IOI   "." und
spioe ■      Drop It don't cost you
anytning,—C, B  Uu „■ .v Oo,
Sirathcona Trust Prizes
The executive council of the Strath-
eona Trust fur   the  Kiii'..uianeinent uf
leal   snd   Military   Training   in
Public  Schools  has  decided to offer
prizea   lur  the   bet  papers upon tbe
.   -., i. n aubjeol    "The best mttbod
ol introduoing und  developing u gen-
. i.i  lyslem ol physical und militarjh
training In  public loboola throughout
the    Dominion,   upon   the   principle
dated in the mien governing the
administration    >f     the     Strathcuua
brum.'    Sli pii/.ea ol 1260,11160, *H)0.
T-T.'i  |6Q and   lin   respectively will be
awarded,    Compelitorn are limited tu
Canadian sohool teaehera and pupils
in Normal Sob ..l«.     Kssays may be
written   in   either  Knglish or Krench
j and   iiulal   rcuch   the  deportment ol
. inililia not lutei than Aug, lat next, THE MAIL HERALD, HEVELSTOKE, B. C.
Zbc ADatMbctalb.
■■ l 1 l'i.'11 l'i    AT
jntertov BMibltsbtno Gompang,
Barristers, Solicitors,   Et<
O T 1' A W A
Supreme and Exchequer Court
Agents. Practice in Patent
Othce and befoie Railway
Hon, Charles Murphy, .M.l'-
iIak.u.ii Fisher.
UrrilEb I    lMl'KJUAI. 1 '.INK   UlNUUM. Ht.VtL
Mutiey tu loan.
OihccM jlevuietoke, li C    (Jranbrook, fl I.
\.   M     I'INKHAM J. A.   II.lltVKY,
llevoUioko, Cranbrook, 11,1 ■
rTTlLLlAM I, HUH.(is
II u i iutei
Solicitor, etc.
s ilicitor for;
Iuk Canadian Hank on Commbroe,
The Molsons Hank, Ktc,
UUt.lU SMUil
Provincial Laud Surveyor,
.Mining Sui veyor
McKenzie AVENUE,
Box luu, Revelstoke
mi,/   Noi
MeoU   oocu
aud   i
lu   Weuu
t'rtCU   IIJULlLlt,  i
in.      V loll
Uiell Wl'UIUtij
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REV hl.sluKl-. AfcKIE No, 423
F. O. E.
Tne regain meetings are lie d Id tho Selkirk
Hun every Tuu-.U)' evening al » o onion
Vi.itins brethren urn oordiallr invited.
IT   J   WAI.Sil. PKEalDBNT.
Kootenay Lodge, No. IB, A  F. & A. M.
-. ,jf*^' ...
The rosulur moot-
idus aro beld in Hit
Uddlelloi\a Unit, <■'•
tin) thiru Aloud a j iu
each moutb Bt
p.m. \ isitius broth-
ran cordially wet-
V. a. PKUCUNIER, Sbckbtary.
SELKIRK LODGE No. 12, 1.0,0, F.
Meet;-, ovory Tliur-i
day   aveniiiK   in   Sol
kirk Hall nt B o'clock
Visiting brothron are
at feud.
W. A   KOOTE, N.O.
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.
Ho. 26,   Revelstoke, B. C.
except luud Wednesday u.
each month, in ,<• 'ddfcllinv '
Hall     at     r>    u'cl >ck.      \l«ttiui:
Knight* ii iv cordially invited.
MITH, ('. C.
li. H. HKlm K
i.f  R. & S.
8C0TT, 41, .
Zbc (IDafMberalb
There Is so uiucli bad iii tim lio.-t i.f ub,
AtiU so much ii>iii'l iii tli,, worst n! ns,
Tinu it hardly bel.iuiTo- iiuy ol as,
Tu mile eboat tin, re-t ol us.
WEDNEBDAY,  M \ V   12, 190!>
AXOMALOl .- Ili.l.ATIuV-
\ ery ..-:.. the Mayoi n marked
in .1 special meeting oi the city
ucil that the public of Uritish
Columbia, particularly the rule
payers ol the cities, need education
respecting the anomalous relations
existing between civic councils and
trustee boards in the matter ui responsibility   anil     authority     for
spending   | pies'    money.      I'he
lestion arose .1 - ongideration ol
the memorial of the local boai I ol
trustees   for   the  submission of   a
bylaw to  .-■ .-■     - 10,000   for  91 hool
purposi - n ,-eral   ■:   the   aldermen
submission of a bylaw if only bo-
cause the trustees hnve no initial
ri.ulii to ilo this, it lieing the function uml duly of the oouncil, The
council lins however, no uptiun
when the submission of a bylaw is
re.|iii'Mi'il. ll is not even the duty
ni the aldermen, as such, to criticize proposals of trustees though us
ratepayers they have the sume
right as others. It i-> the prerogative mul duty of the trustees to
explain their proposals to the ratepayers and justify their undertakings with the sume explicitness
Unit is asked uf the mayor und
aldermen when handling the money
of the people.
It sometimes happens under the
present system that the council is
blamed for increases in taxation
for which they ure in no direct
way responsible, Theaverage taxpayer, un receiving hit- notice of
assessment looks hurriedly over
the items till he reaches the totul
and notes, by cuinpiirisun the raise
in thu rate on the ilullur uf assessment, Ile rarely analyses his account to see lu what speciflo department of civic outlay the increase
must beattributed, While hemay
have been in perfect accord with a
heavy-expenditure by the trustees
and would on second or third
thought suiiction such again, it is
ihe council und not tho trustees
whom he holds responsible fur the
addition to the load of his civic
financial burdens,
The suggestion has frequently
been made lhat the law be changed
so us tu place the trustees in the
same relation to the people in the
matter of civic finances as the
council and giving the former
power to submit its own bylaws
with the sequent responsibility of
these. We do not think thut such
a change will appear expedient.
It would involve the opening of
separate ollices by the iiustees; the
employment of un accounting staff
und other things which would materially increase the cost of administration. Moreover, the separation
of the financial functions of trustees and council might confuse the
ratepayer and oause him to lose
sight of the trend of expenditure as
a whole. Under the existing system the council and city treasurer
act as an auditing and checking
commission for the trustees and
the whole financial machinery of
the city passes under une review
and iniiile public in the treasurer's
iiniiiiiii statement.
\\ ith u thorough understanding
of the powers of the trustees and
the limitations of the council and
mi ever presenl reci>\lection uf these
we see 110 need for confusion to
arise. Ii shutilil also be remembered Hint 11 In law -ul.ini!!.'.I ni
the request of the trustees is not
necessarily a council's money bylaw nor does   its
the possessors of rich art 11 ml other
treasures to dispose of these because of ibe heavy succession
duties thnl will be entailed. The
Duke of Norfolk accepted an American offer for lhe Holbein nuistei-
piece on this account and it is
rumored that many of the richest
men in England will do the sume.
To sell art treasures so as to spend
the cash during life would seem lo
be one of the ways of evading a
state obligation.
A much mure likely and sensible outcome of the new levy will
probably be the looking to foreign
countries for investments which
can be made in the names of scions
mul offspring and the directing of
large sums of hitherto unexploited
capital into channels where it may
do sume goud as fn the develop
ment of colonial resources. The
London bankers und others who
Hunt Government and other foreign
loans slate that the new lax on
such transactions covers the entire
margin between profit und loss nnd
that such deals will hereafter go
through I'aris and New York.
So far us Canada is concerned a
very slight revival in speculative
and investing activities would give
a boom to the country. Thut rich
and enriching opportunities are
awaiting investors need scarcely be
pointed uu', and, if as announced,
it is the determination of English
capitalists to use a large part 01
their money iu de.e.oping some 01
these, the only erne that need be
exercised is to protect them from
the clutches of wildcatters and unscrupulous stock brokers of the
irresponsible type within Inch the
country wus a few years ago so
numerously cursed. With this
proviso the drifting of English
capital to any part of the American
continent cannot but improve industrial nnd commercial conditions
in the whole.
A carloud of Winnipeg business
men, part of the contingent that is
now touring the west passed thru'
Revelstoke on Saturday nigbl on
their way to the coast spying out
the land ana incidentally enlisting
the sympathies and getting the
promises of co-operation and dollars to help exploit Winnipeg's
dream uf a World's Fair for 1912,
The "Selkirk Centennial" is the
patriotic memorial upon which
the sentimental considerations of
the occasion will be founded. As
for the rest, it is a business matter
and is being treated us such. Revelstoke, us usual, had the inilul-
geni .■ of twenty minutes of the
time of the shrewd und alert men
who constitute the parly, while the
train halted for a change of engines, The 1 ouncil will hear later
Hilar letter ior its interest in
ubmission indi-   ;i1" gigantic  11
cute   responsibility    foi   it on   the
part ..f the council.
We   do  noi   wisl
to   In- imder-
intimating that any member of the present council is op|
to the  submission of  the pr..:
bylaw u- no   such   intiu
lieen   made       IVe   desiri    m
point   0 it   that   the trustees    ■  •■
powei under tin require the
council to pirn .■ ;t by ,ii»  befon
people       I he   latter are tbe
arbiters when mouej is to be spent
Why Christie's Biscuits
are the best
riOOI) BISCUITS are made
by more than one or two manufacturers, and can be baked from any
one of a few excellent brands of flour,
but   the  Christie   way   is  different.
The best millers in Canada ship us samples of
their flour twice a year, or oftcner. We test the
samples and select the best brands for our purpose.
We blend the brands which we have proved best—
keep on blending and testing by actual baking until
we get a dough good enough to sustain, or better,
the Christie reputation.
Kvery ounce of raw material is carefully analysed
before it can  pass into the mixing room.
The best sugar, pure, fresh creamery butter, new
sweet milk and delicious cream these pure ingredients mixed with onr blend of flour, in the Christie
scientific way, yields that delightful, appetising crisp-
ness and delicate flavor which has made
Christie's Biscuits
favored above ;il 1 other table dainties from ocean tooccan.
Yes,  Christie's  are  the  best  biscuits   money  can
buy, yet they cost no more than just ordinary biscuits.
Sold by Grocers everywhere
Christie, Brown fit Company, Limited, Toronto
The New Edition of llie
Vol. MU   iv
pajjesi   h iih
I May, 1909, contain* 1500
surly 50 por cenl. moro
tat 1 or limn the preceding edition, The
chapters with nine descriptions and on
statistics have boon carefully revised and
the bulk of the matter therein is
. in
1 i.u'iii.t Cupper History, Geology,
Geography, i heinistry, Mineralogy, Miii-
.__. M ing, LcHching,|Smcltiiig, Refining
Brand-,, in.ule-. Impurities, Alloys, Uses,
Substitute-), Terminology, Deposits by
Districts, Suites, Countries and Continents! Mines ... Detail, Statistics of Pro-
implion, Imports, Exports,
Fii I io idends, etc.
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I    -
man   ol I coura
Hie ■ mi .'   ..   . ;  comes
that   ifter
'   I        ■ -•   t tour
...      ' .   ner
ide  Direct
... n,
book con
il.'irgcil   i-dilion,
1 i Iiiiii    I he
.  better
mik.      h    is
- ilu
I UK  BR] l'l.-il  Bl lu.K'l
The wealthy aristocrat'
Mkin8   ■'   "'  '■•■' i"'1 noi ti.e  [and   received   a rude   oil dui ng re e
power io   revise   the   figured   and the last two weeks on the annoci lepartmenl
smaller ment being made of  tbe  inoreasi I be  fo nd   lo  m
of   director
■     nl      it nu- pointed -..it thai taxation and su ion d
Hie council had no such power posed under   the new budgel     io
■':   ':-' '  "■■ radical are some of   these I
'■'" '" ' ':■ ••' ]■•" ent governmenl epithet   ol   "Social   ti<     ha
';-'     '■      trustees) ive prai I call, ,,,,,„..,i   to  tbi rnmeni and
'•'""■"   '"';   Ih    w>tb Ibe mom - - I indeed, il   tbi ;   ire carried oui tbe
'•'" ratepayers - ig ,.   ibe lattei .....    upon   tbe ar  tot rai
""   ""l   themselvi     oh ect,     I'he thrift maj well ..an insterna
,r •■lc"   mfty   ' '      l"""'  M ■"!'■ ii„    empowering   of   the   itateto
sum thej wish   employ
ber   of   teai ben
■ ommain
their judgment and in all matter!
connected with tbe ordinary expenses ol currying on the schools may
send their estimate! lo Ibecity
council without fear that—liy righl
or authority—these will be revised,
lhe 1 uun .1 :,.i.- no rei ourse but to
inciU'i. ihi :i. ■. .'- ,..,:, , -1, mate
for   tbe
■"■ uum- appropriate ■'■■ pei • en! ol tbe en
" Mre property of a millionaire in
Ibe evenl ol hi death in foke i^1"'-
some nigbtmarei both lor the ultra
woalthy and their prospective
lieirj. Income taxes stock exchange tax Increase, a new tax on
land values and an Ini rease ol 20
per cent on   all   increased in land
values in. automobile tax ol (200
>'"' under tbe proper with other luxuriei in proportion
heads, Only in matters affecting makes a formidable array of assi
the spending of money for perma- monts whioh not only grouches
nent improvemenl or tbe purchase tbe wealthy but must l.nun the
of additional proper)? for Bohool smile of partiaLoontentment to the
purpose-, must the trustees go to extremist who desires the ex ti no-
higher powers for authorisation tion of the capitalist class,
and then it is not to the eity eoun- The immediate effect of Ihe anal but to the people they musl go. nounced inoroase In taxation has
I'"'   '".i1""-! to lhe council for the been, in u   few   Instancos, to cause
erville    M.P
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; ernmenl  • i
the H . . .■   I I amnion ■       I le t
denl.      ■■: li d to   thi fori •
of thi  ir iiini'iii. ibat an eight I
srnment would i
I   discontent   wi
he     i. -.   ol   'le-   .• ■.,   men .
    h .   "    to  nor:-  .
. . i   overlooked   the   i
eloquen ly  pleaded   thai
ir   day on fedi i
ford an i    fiiring     imple
. smplo)■      ■      i'or     li b
i .,■ to resisl the on thai
Hior leaders when once  ...
he cu hioned    ea te   and  resonanl
...   ..i the House of Common   i
amenable to influences whioh in- e
noi played upon tbem when on lhe |
hu tings or in the councils of their
fellows,   Some of them apparently
do   not   need to reach parliament
before stringbaltlng the  equine on
which   ihey   rode   Into   brief authority,
il impi
ri iin
e to
, i  i   i. i i.n
\lk I  -I.i.
1 HE   ' ONSI
II I.I...,
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Summer Supply of
Phone 39       Otlico   McKenzie Ave
Mill Wood
Reduced Prices
Now  in  the time tu order yuur mill
wood.    Five Iuudu and over
$1.75 Per Load
delivered   at   nny point  between Mill
and Kootenay Street,
Kiln Dried Kindling $2.50 a load
Order tit ullice of
Bowman Lumber Go'y.
te J. Stevens
11 in ■
1 . iV    ,\lli II
To Trappers
Raw Furs Boei^ho
Uash Pricos Paici
F.   B.    WELLS,
Kxporter of Fhth
Mil .I ii   ,'■■'! foi  i ■   • n '  ha (Id In gi
fof   .ilo im Inrtfd ur   imnll  | mint I
111  l.liO lnW'lll.    price I f(,|      .,    I,
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i'osi olasi  Work   Guaranteed,
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mWHISt i***., THE MOST
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end because It
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uf KOYAL STANDARD FLOUR entitles the holder to a chance each
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Rest Fund -    $3,500,000
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in all the Principal Cities of the World.
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beautiful parlor nete and odd pieces fur
beautifying lhe home that are taste,
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slum yuur runnis tu the beat advantage.
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Big Discount
on all
Cask Sales
Doyle & Allum, Ltd.
HKAD OfKIOK :   OALOABV,   Aliikiita.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Packers and Dealers iu Live Sink. Markets in all the prlucij
nul Cities and Tnwns of Alberta, British Columbia and the Yukon.
Packers of tbe Celebrated Brand  " Inofperatur" Hams and Bacon,
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BEVELSTOKE'   2=i.  O.
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/-___________ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Newly built.       H'irst-elaHs in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Kales 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.    Rates $ i a day.    Monthly rate.   *
Queens Jtotel
Best brands oi Wines, Liquors and Cigars.    Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Take tint ire tbat thirty days aft. r
date I intend to apply to tbe Stiperin-
tendent nf Provincial Police for a renewal uf tbe retail liquor license for
tbe Union lintel, Arrowhead, Ii. ('.,
for tbe half year from June 30th, 11)01),
to December 81st, 1900.
Dated this 6th day of May, 1000.
may 5 lm \V. ,1. LlOHTBURNH.
Take notiee that we intend to make
applieation to llie Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal uf the
retail liquor lieense lor the Lakeview
Hotel, Arrowhead, B. 0., for tbe half-
year from June 30th, 1000, to Dec. 31st
Dated May oth, 1000.
my 5, lm       Plumpton & Chapman.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days after date I intend tn apply tn
the Superintendent nf Provlnolal Police for a renewal of the retail liquor
license for the Queen's Hotel, Comaplix, ti. C.
Dated May oth, 11)00.
.1. H.  VOUXO.
Notice is hereby given that I intend
lo apply to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police tor a renewal of the
retail liquor license fur the Kootenay
Hotel, burton City, ti. C.
Dated May oth. lOuO.
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. C, for the half year
from June 30th to December 31st, 1000.
Dated May 5th, 1900.
Jonv Caley.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days after date I intend to apply to
the Superintendent of the Provincial
Police fur a renewal of my retail liquor
license fnr the premises known as the
Hotel Hen nn, at Beaton, ti. C, for the
half year from June 30th to Deeemlier
31st, 1000.
Dated May 5th, 10U9.
Wm. Boyd.
Take notice that I intend to make
applieation tu the Superintendent uf
Provincial Pulice fnr a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the Eva Hotel
at Camliorne, B. C, for lhe half year
from June30th, 1000, to December 31st,
Dated May nth. 1009.
John A. Tiiew.
Take notice that I intend to make
application tu the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor lieense fur tbe St. Leon
Hulel, St Leon Hot Springs. B. C,
for the half vear from June 30th, 1000,
to December 31st, 1009.
Dated May 5th, 1009.
M, Grady.
Take notice that I intend tu make
application to the Superintendent uf
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the premises
known as the Halcyon Hot Springs
Hotel, Halcyon, B. C-, from June 30th
to December 31st, 1909.
Dated May uth. 1909,
11. McIntosh.
Take notice that I intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Pulice for a renewal of the
retail liquor llueense fur the Lardeau
Hotel al Comaplix, B. C, for the half
year from June 30th to Decern ber 31st,
Dated May oth, 1000.
JortKi'ii Dumont.
Notice is hereby given that we intend io make applieation to the Superintendent of Provincial Police fora
renewal of the retail liquor license for
the Glacier House, at Glacier, B. C,
for the half year from June 80th to
December 81st. 1909.
Dated Mny .">th. II*ill.
C. P. Hy. Co.
Tako notice thut I Intend tu make
application to tht- Superintendent ot
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for thu Criterion
Motel at Oamborne. H- (■-, for the half
year front June 80th lo December Blsfc,
Dated May6tb, 1000.
K. T. Ahbky.
SEALED TENDERS. Hlpergnrlbftd ' Touder
for t'Ourt Hiiiim), Fernie. 8 0 ." will be received by tbe lluti. tbe Mmi.-uur uf Public
Works, up to norm of Wednesday, the 9th day
of June, iy09, for the erection rd<1 cumpletinn
of a Concrete and Hriclt Court House at Fernie,
Plant, specification."!, coutract and forms of
tender may be seen ou and after tbe 10th day of
May, 1909, nt the oflico of the Government Agent
at Ferule, the Government Agent ut Nolsuu
tbe Goverumeut Agent at Revelatoke, aud at
tho Publio Works Dopartmout, Vict' ria, B C,
Eaoh proposal must be accompanied by an
accepted bauk cheque or certificate of deposit
on a chartered bank of Canada, made payable
to the Hon. Ibe Minister of Publio Works, for
a sum equivalent to ten percent, of iheamount
of tho tender, which shall be forfeited if the
party tendering decline to enter into contract
when called upon 'o do so, or if ho fail to complete the work contracted for. The cheques or
cortitieaten of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will beroturncd to them upon the execution
of the contract
Tenders will not bo considered unless made
out ou the forms supplied, signed with the
actual t-Ignature of thu tondcror, and enclosed
iu tho envelopes furnished.
Tbo lowest or auy tender not necessarily
Supervising Architect
Public Works Department,
Victoria. H.C, May ith, 1900.
Certificate of Improvements
Dominion  Mineral  Claim, situate   iu
the Trout Lake Mining Division uf
West Kootenay District.
Where located:— Rapid Creek.
Take notice that I, Catherine Maud
Fraser, Kree Miner's Certificate No. B
91208, intend, sixty days from the date
horeof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certilicate of Improvements,
for the purpose of oblaiuiug a Crown
Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certilicate
of Improvements.
Dated  this  22nd day of  February,
A.D. 1009.
may 12      Catherine Maud Fraser
Take uutice thai  I   intend   lo   make
application to ihe Superintendent of
Provincial Police for it  renewal of the
retail liquor license for the Oamborne
Hotel ai Cun borne, ll. ('., for the half
year from June :t0th to December Hist,
Dated May 8th, 1000.
Dave Our,
Notice of Dissolution
the partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned as cigar manufacturers at Revelstoke, B. C, under
lhe name of the Union Cigar Factory,
has been dissolved by mutual consent.
The business will in future be carried
on by James Walker, who assumes all
liabilities of the partnership and who
is entitled to receive payment of all
sums due and payable to the partnership.
Dated April 3rd, 1000.
H. A. Brown,
Jas. Walker._
Notice of Dissolution
Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between
tbe undersigned E. J. Branford, Frank
Hill and A. Wallace Dickinson, carrying on business as E.J. Branford & Co.
as freighters and packers al Camborne
and Beaton, B. C, has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent. The said
A. Wallace Dickinson retiring from
the said firm and the said E. J. Branford and Frank Hill continuing the
business under the same name of E. J.
Branford & Co.
Dafed April 14th, 1900.
E. J. Branford,
A. W. Dickinson,
ap 14-my 5     Frank Hill.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Julia A. Simpson,
of Arrowhead, occupation married
woman, intend toapply for permission
to purchase the following described
Oommenoing at a post planted at
south-eaHt corner of Lot 8300, Ihence
west 40 chains, tlience south 7 chains
mure or less to lake shore, thence along
lake shore to point of commencement.
Dated 3rd April, 1900.
ap 10-H0d        JULIA A. SIMPSON.
Kevelstoke Land District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, John II. Selkirk,
Agent, of Vancouver, B.C., intend to
apply to the Commissioner of Lands
and Works for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Beginning at a post planted alioiit
20 chains east of the north east corner
oi Timber Limit No. 12150, on Upper
Arrow Lake, West Kootenay, running
west 80 chains, theuce north U0 chains,
tlience east (!0 chains, thence south 40
chains, thence east 20 chains, thence
soulh 20 chains to point of commencement.
Dated April 7lh, 1800.
ap 14 JOHN 11. SELKIRK.
Take notice that I  intend   to   make
application tu Hip Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the Reception
Hotel at Camborne, Ii. C, for the half
year from June Willi to December 31st,
Dated May 51 h, 1000.
Doric Mwxhenick,
lake   iiolii-e  thai   «r, Ogilvie .md Me
Kiirit k, Intend to make application lo  the
Superintendent „l Provincial Police for a
renewal   ol   irtail   liquoi   lieense   for Ilic
Leiand   hotel  ai  Nafiusp,  B, C, lor the
half year from June io, mon, lo December
ji, lyot;.
11.or,I May .ah, n)oi).
House for Sale
Ono uf tho moat desirable residences
In the city with all modern conveniences. Three Ml-foot lota by 110
leet deep. This properly will hn aolil
at a bargain aa the owner is leaving
the city. Apply al pieiniHoe to ,1
Jlcl'HA II,, First Hired, Weil.      tl
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take Notice that I, A,XV. Dickinson,
of Arrowhead, B.C, occupation, lumberman, thirty days after date intend
to apply for permission to purchase
thc following described land:
Commencing at a post planted on
lake shore, at the northeast corner of
hit 7005 anil marked "A.W. Dickinson's Northwest Coiner," thence south
40 chains, east 40 ehains, north 41)
ehains, west 40ehains, following lake
shure lo place of commencement.
Dated April 7th, 1000.
Ap. 10. a. w. Dickinson.
How the Hole is Being Bored
Under Mineral Hills
A lenmrkable machine 'a being
uaed in boring the 1 umel from Greenwood to tap the deep ore veiue uuder
the mountain between tbat e ty and
Phoenix. It is calhd the Sigafoos
tunnelling machine and ie described at
The machine is 20 leet long, 8 feet
in dian.etsr and weighs 58,000 pounds
It consists cf two frame heads, connected by a hollow 6 inch centre shaft
and eight brace rods. There are ten
pulverizing stamps, su arranged aB to
pulverize the whole breast of an 8-foot
tunnel. The machine leaves no core.
All the material is crushed line enough
to bo Mushed out by the streams of
water which are c instantly led through
pipes to the cutting face.
Each etiimp consists of a 4 iuch
shaft, upon the front end of which
is the stamp heap. The total weight
of the etmiip-head and shaft is 1,720
A revolving cam engages tho tappet
aud draws the stamp back, compressing 11 powerful spring upon the stamp
shaft, which springs back when released and produces arotatinggrindiug
blow, varying from 200 to 4,000 lbs.
Each stamp delivers from 80 to 200
blows a minute, varying with the
speed ol the machine.
Electric power is used to operate
tbe device. The rate at which the
machine advances is about 125 leet a
day through the hardest rock, with
correspondingly greater speed in softer
varieties. Witb tbis machine and
two men the work of 100 men oan be
dour, and done lar better than by tbe
old method of drilling and blasting.
The machine bores a perfectly round
smooth 8-foot tunnel. There is no
blasting, no powder or fuse requisite,
oo disturbance of surrounding formations The tunnel is also ventilated
by the water, which is driven in under
pressure aud releases its air at the
breast. Not only this, but tbe machine
pulierizes the rock, ore, etc., and
delivers it back through the pipe,
mixed with water, all prepared for
amalgamation or concentration. The
stamp-mill is, therefore, where this
machine is used, a thing unknown in
tbe past.
In operation the machine constantly
rotates, thus bringing tbe stampbeadB
into contact witb all parts of tbe
Tbe whole operation is automatic.
Two men to watch the machine and
the motor, repair possible damage and
regulate tbe feed, can do the work of
100 men with the old-style methods.
Tbe Sigafoos tunnel borer is, on the
whole, one of the big epoch markers
in tbe advance of man's conquests
over nature.
Coldblooded But Legal
Bill Miner, Shorty Day aud other
bold-up men, who take tlieir lives in
tbeir own hands when they rob a
train, are merely amateur robbers
when compared with some ol tbe
courts and some of tbe legal fraternity
and the latter are in no danger ot
having the penitentiary gates yawning
for tbem, remarks tbe Rossland Miner.
Tbe Toronto Globe says that an
estate of $50,000 has been wound up
in Hamilton, Out., and the law costs
were $40,000. "No doubt," addB the
Globe, "the legal principles involved
and followed are adjusted to a nicety,
and everything was from a professional
standpoint, above criticism. But the
public, wbo judge by results, will say
the ciictimstauce points to tbe needs
of law reform." Relieving widows aud
orphans of their valuables seeniB to be
a comparatively easy and perfectly
safe transaction when an estate gets
into tbe probate department of some
courts. The Hamilton case should be
investigated by the criminal authorities ol Ontario iu tbe hope tbat the
parties who took four-fifths of the
estale might be lauded iu tbe penitentiary — Ex.
OR SALE—A Six-roomed cottage
apply ll. N. Doyle. tf
WANTED—Eilgeriiian   and Seller
for   circular   mill.     Apply Lee
Lumber Co., Wigivani, B. O,
WANTED- Plaint hand, able to
handle 18 inch match lumber,
and inake moulding. Apply Lee Lumber Co,, Wigwam, H. ('.
WANTED-Planer hand! abie to
handle 13 inch malt her anil
make mouldings, Apply Lee Lumber
J,1()1;ND- A Rosary and t'nuillx.
3 nwner may have lame by proving
property ami paying for Ibis nulice.—
Apply Maii.-IIicuaui office,
BLACK soil,   200 loads on   hand,
selling fasi nt a bargain.- Apply
cuily T. A. LbWis, Phone 78
Alberta Preparing for Big Event;Seattle   Caterers  Enter Com-
Nexi July bine to Play Fair
Skati-le, Wash., May 12.—Visitors
*t the Alaaka-Ylikon-Pacilio Exposition, which opens at Seattle June 1
and closes October 16, will be able to
.lino to tbeir satisfaction at the city's
leading oafee and restaurants at normal prices. To leave uu doubt us to
the working out of this oomniendable
•pirit. 1 ut 1 ha part of Seattle's caterers
they receutly met and voted as a body
an agreement binding all restaurants,
ciiles, grill ana hotel men to maintain
tbe present prices throughout tbe
exposition time, and no member of
the organization to which the oaterore
belong will be allowed to take advantage of the opportunity to reap additional profits as has beeu done, despite
protests, in previous exposition cities
To the hired help must be given
much of the credit for the continuanco
ol lo v priees. Waiters, cooks and
helpers ol all kinds bave entered into
an agree milt that the present scale ol
wages shall uot be tampered with
during the Fair.
Seattle will not only have a remarkable, but will be able to accommodate
the influx of visitors in a way that
will be a cause for lasting satisfaction.
Hotels are many and reasonable, and
with fixing of normal charges at the
eating houses from the most aristocratic to humble luncb counter, the
tourists may have no fear of finding
Satisfied With Budget
During the budget debate iu the
House ol Commons Mr. Lloyd-George,
Chancellor of the Exchequer, Baid the
Government bad every reason to be
satisfied witb the reception ol the
budget. Commercial centres did not
seem to be affected by it. Even ex-
Premier Balfour, tbe acuteet Parliamentary critic of the present generation, did not Bay a word against
three-fourths of the proposals. The
Chancellor cites foreigu instances in
justification of high taxes and licenses
especially in the United States, while
New York State, he said, specially
taxed land values. He declared that
the budget proposals would result in
1010 in a substantial surplus, which
would be appropriated to pay the
inevitably largely increased naval
The province of Alberia is making
unusual efforts to place its forthcoming provincial exhibition at Cagmy
in the very forefront rank of provincial
shows. Tbe exhibition is 10 he held
at Calgary from July 5 to 10 inclusive
and the citizens of Calgary are puttii g
their shoulders to the wheel in their
usually energetic manner. In their
endeavors to make tbe Fair as widespread in ite influence as possible and
in order to make its features aB educative respecting tbe resources of the
country as possible, the cooperation
of Revelstoke and other British Columbia cities is being sought:
Last year the Revelstoke portion of
the Dominion Exposition at Calgary
was one of the most attractive of the
sectional displays aud did much to
place tho products of tbe city and
district in the full litre of big adver
Tbe material advantages of cooperation with Alberta in the matter
ol an exhibit can scarcely be reckoned
as it iB from the country tributary to
the city over the hills that much ol
the market for B.C. fruit may be
expected. While the big Seattle
exposition will no doubt attract a
large number of visitors (rom the
interior of British Columbia, thiB will
in no way detract from the intercut
tbat will be maintained in tbe pro
vincial shows. Let the city play its
part wisely in the forthcoming display.
|)ANSY PLANTS im- sale, 28r. per
I dozen, iill Hi-,1 1 lass growing
plants. -Apply tu MtS.JainM Keigbbv
ul Columbia Bridge, uiyS'Jl
Inter-Provincial   Conference
It is not improbable, Bays tho Toronto Glube, that another inter-provincial conference may be beld in
Canada thia year, probably in tbe
early autumn.
Wbile no ollicial arrangements have
been announced, it will be recalled
that some months apo a dispatch was
published Irom tbe west intimating
that British Columbia purposed making a bid lor the entertaining ol tbe
Provincial Premiers, aud it is regarded
as not unlikely tbat tbe meeting will
be hold iu tbe capitaljif the far western province. Many matters ol im
pnrtance IM likely to be dealt with at
the conference, tho outstanding business being a united definition as tu
the jurisdiction ol the provinces. The
reference iu the prorogation speech ol
Ontario's Lieut-Governor to the desirability of securing "a permanent
understanding ' is believed to be in
contemplation ol some iti li united
inter-provincial action.
Watch for our Friday and Saturday
bargain) in boyt' clothing. lil
The Copper Handbook
(A review]
Volume VIII (1908) of the Copper
Handbook, published by Horace J.
Stevens, who has reached tbe position
ol a foremost authority on all questions dealing with the mining, refining and marketing of capper, has
reached thiB otlice. To those who are
familiar with Mr. Stevens' former
publications under this title it will be
atillici. nt to say that the present
volume is in every way a masterpiece
on the subject matters treated. It is
much larger than previous editions
and ia as fully up to date in its treatment of tbe various mines aB any ol its
predecessors notwithstanding the considerable additional matter that had
to be reviewed.
To those unfamiliar with the former
volumes it may be said that the Copper Handbook is a complete compendium on every eubject associated witb
even the thought ol capper beginning
witb tbe history uf that metal and
dealing exhaustively witb its chemistry, geology, mineralogy, mining,
milling and concentration, subatitutti
for and the uses of. Following these
iB a comprehensive description ol tbe
copper deposits of tbe various countries where the metal is louud wbile
following this ib au alphabetical list
of the copper mines of the wo.ld with
a complete statement of the present
condition and commercial statue of
each. This list, as may be surmised,
is of great length, but in no part does
it give evidence uf careless work or
unauthoritative statement. This chapter takes up 1,185 pages of the book
and deals with some 6,757 properties.
It has been completely re-written Bince
tbe earlier editions. The book is a
valuable addition to any library, but
more especially to th .so desiring technical information of tbe sort afforded.
The selling price of the volume is
$5, in a strong buckram bindiug and
tbeir selling plan is unique as the
book is sent to anyone ordering it
from any part of the world without a
penny in advance, the publisher evon
prepaying postal charges. The purchaser is allowed a week for inspection
of the volume, after which its return,
il unsatisfactory is accepted in lull
payment of the aame. Otherwise a
remittance ol $5 covers tbo cost. Anyone interested in copper or in copper
shares will find the volume invaluable
as an inspection ol its contents will
conclusively demonstrate. The address ol the publisher is 558 Sheldon
Boilding, Houghton, Mich., U.S.A.
Further Investigate
Fire Insurance Co.
31fT.  DECEMBER,  1008
Security Fop Policy Holders
Paid on stock ..$ 39,490.00
Iiul. uncollected 118,470 00
Govern meut requirement.. 192,608 Oil
Balance at cradil      24,976 29
Total Security $375,584.32
(established HAtr a cknturv)
Gazette Notices
Among the appoiiitmoutB noted in
the current isBtic ol the Provincial
Gazette is that of J. C. Murray, to bo
acting mining recorder lor Trout
Lake mining division, and acting sub-
recorder lor Ainswortb mining division
during the absence ol K. C. Campbell.
The reserve existing since June 30,
last on lands on tbe Mud, Blackwater
and Euohiniko Rivers, in tbo Cariboo
district aud Range 4, Coast district
is cancelled from May 1st,
The following lots iu the Cariboo
district are reserved lor university
purposes Irom pre-emption, sale or
other alienatiou. 1259, 1260, 1263,
to 1271, 1273, 1274, 1282 to 12811
1306 to 1309, 1330 la81, 1371 to; 1376,
1377 to 1390. In addition/)!) lots have
been reserved lor pre-emption.
Five new land recording divisions
bave been established, to be known
respectively as Hnzoltun, Peace Kiver,
Fort George, Fort Fraaer and Cariboo
Seeds lur the l-'iirin, Garden, Lawn or Conservatory, Tested stock from
tho best growers in Bug-
land, Franco, Holland,
United States, Canada.
I-Vuii    and   (ir11111uent.il
Trass, Small l-'ruils, Lug
lish Hollies, (.iinvn 111
Ibe only (i.iit ■ if|A iiii-riiiin
Continent not    Infested
wilh the Nan Jose scale.
Uur I rses do not   have In
be fumigated and oonso
quently damaged.
140 Puao C.tnloicuo   tree
M.   J.   HENRY
Orccn Mouses nnd Scad Houses
30IO WrstniiMStiT Road
Boloro the First ol May, two Bix-
roomed housoa, in Rovelstoke, with
Iwo acres ol land each; including, il
wauted, horse aud rigs and all garden
tools. Situated wost ol C.P.K. track
Lower town. Apply to
B, I'lCAltD,
tc Box 236, Revelitoke.
Baking triumphs arc every'
day occurrences with Purity
Highest  grade  in  the  world.
Home-made bread
awarded first prize
at  the   National
Exhibition, Toronto,  was
made from   Purity   flour.
Western Canada Floit? Mills Co., Lm
Mills 11 St, Bomfice.
Godcrich, Bmndcn.
OH.cc   Winn.p.,   M.n,l»l»
More bread and better bread
Prince Rupert, B. C.
A great city is springing into being in British Columbia.     It is Prince Rupert—the city of destiny.
Prince Rupert is the terminus of the Grand Trunk
Pacific—the emporium of Northern British Columbia,
Alaska and the Yukon—the centre of the great fishing
industry of the north and destined to be one of the great
commercial and industrial centres of population on the
Between .1,000 and 2,400 lots will be offered for
sale by public auction in Vancouver, B. C, May 25th
to 29th. Terms:—ono-quarter cash; balance one, two
and three years at six per cent interest. Titles are absolutely indefeasible, which means that all titles are guaranteed by the British Columbia Government.
No city in the making every presented to the world
greater possibilities than Prince Rupert. What San
Francisco is to California, what Portland is to Oregon,
what Seattle is to Washington, and what Vancouver is
to Southern B. C, Prince Rupert will be to the great
developing region of the North.
For maps and further particulars, write
Agent for Government and Railway
Vancouver. B. C.
elmi ;-. entir ly ol flour and lard.    These  ars
pal and my.it valuable (ood-elements.
SODAS  ars ma6
two of ths pri.. .
Now a perfect flour _..id a prro lord combined cannot be surpassed
In nourishing value and \ ou get this combination In Its most satisfying and moat delightful form in Folcy'a BODA8.
The   flour   usci!   in   them  is
specially  ground and  prepared
for the one purpose—that oi pro
tlucing  the   lightest, creamiest,
must   delicious  eoilasi   that   nre
sold in Canada,    Every particle
of lard thut goes into   Foley's
Sodas is proved "choice'' after
No material can ever be used
m  Fole< - Sodas unless it has
Ikjcii proved perfect and pure.
Kvery bo isewife will know what
tli - rare means,   She will know
thai   Foley's  Sodas   bave  the
■ food '■ ttlue and that
■ r\ 1 olo) Soda Is all pood.
i'housands of homes already
know   this   fact.    Docs   yoursT
Foley  Bros. Larson & Co.
Wo want you to Judge
Foley's Sodas by tho
Mvoroet toot» »nd decide
for yourself whether thoy
aro BEST.
Teot thorn for 1hs
quality of tho materials
usod. Tost them for as*
aro they always fr«eh,
so crisp that yon know
thry k\r% not long from
tho ovon I
Test them for flavor
waa tho yeast nllo* cd tn
"work" prop rly. to thai
the bl»cuit« arOU'ltorm.
ly pleasing and satisfying
to the tasto T
Aftor ih. m, tout* wp
know you will always buy
thOhO perfect-marie,
westorn-mado   bis lu I to-
•*•       These destroyers oannot Hv* wtiers trees havs been treated with    *"*^
W A R N O C K ' S T K E E P A 1 N T
I'e.u Blight. Rabbits, Mice, Mm its, Canker Worm, San .lose Scale, Oystei
Shell, Bark Louse and Sun Scald. THE COST 18 VERY SMALL. It will
not wash ntT line application proteots for two years. Warnook'i Tree Paini
is not an experiment, li bas stood tbe test for six years In all parts of the
i'nited states, ii is an absolute preventative and cure for Pear Blight. Wc
invite investigation. Tbe Arkansas Experimental suiiimi bas used tbis tree
paint for three years. November, 1907i they purohrssd .» gallons for free
distribution among leading orchards.    Send for iti-page free oooklst tn
t;. II. LAWES, Enderby, B. O., Sole Manufacturers for B. U,
Paget Supply Company. Agents, Revelstoke, B C. THE MATL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE !'». <;.
Ladies' Dress Skirts-in Panama
.in.I Venetian Cloth. In Brown, Navy and
Black colors, I hese goods were selling
at the regular price of $6.50 and $S.OO.
Sale prit e $4.50.
Blouse Waists
In While \ci and Cream, all this
season1! goods and of the very best materials on the market today. Regular price
Ijr.ooand $S.oo.    Sale prici $4.50.
Table Linen
,' inch Damask pure Linen al 35c,
per  yard,     Do not miss this opportunity.
Men's Shirts
We have a swell line of Travelers
Samples which we bought at a low price
and we can give you the hest of bargains
in this line oi goods, Now selling al 75c.
Men's Pants
Good every day working pants,
made of the besi of Tweeds and guaranteed
lo give the besi ol satisfaction in wear,
now soiling .11 $ 1.50.
Lace, Embroidery
See our window for bargains in t.ace
Embroidery and A Hover I .aces.
\\ Q-<><><ya<>ocK_K><KW
x       Boa] Estate* Insurance and Commission Agent
I    Office on First SL, Opposite tk Club
}      Rents Collected. Loans Notary Puhlio      O
* 0-0-0<X>^<_K>-<><H>00-0^^
REI13 &  Y
Children's Head wear
e can
show \
on 1
ne 0
f the
daintiest lots
or chi
Idren you 1
and a
1 price
i, fr
1111 '
ie el
lea pes
t  sua iv
iii 01
the di
in ties
muslin em
Silk and
Bonnets,  s
Ik   and
Is,    C
oth,   le
* THIS space is HELD Foil
c. P. ft. TOW NS1 i r  U.ilSN
Neat Lingerie Dresses
We have just opened .1 lol ol onn: piece wash dresses
at ihe lowesl prices you have yet seen. They eome in
while, champagne, pink and blue, prettily trimmed
with lace or embroidery, and are sine to sell rapidly.
I'rices ior the complete dresses range (rom $5 to $9 50.
Pure Drugs
pricei   an    thi     fncton
,   ■ up unr
■ mil - -.- ■    it
iramenfi pro|
ptioi ... n
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('.ill nut) iusji 1 i cm, ..■ ,,,-k uf On ion Sets a ul lianlcn Seeds of all kinds
Xnhr hui new    ■ 'da kepi in si nek
\\ ■ . \    11   ['oinplete   lim
[iii    ,'■■.     •   wi ttcerit s,   and
f.ih ofl'i r yuu the   host   goud ■   ;il
um    pi ' m   pay   I't'i'
, 1 •■ .. -1   line
Macdonald's Drug Store
Local and General
1 Mu Iii earl, •■ ik 1 I pasti y I ratle
lupidlv     hi Tensing,    11   trial
...y one  ol  1 li ■  nli 11 .■
will r\plain ivh       On
I .   i       ■   -j. .   ,
Hobson s Bakery & Grocery
Intermediates Form One   Tho
Schedule for Summer Play
I        ! I •.;•: di ■  nivlil   the interim [-
.iii  bnsi hall   1     t and I .rined 11
111   .■   tean         1 ule up of   two
: 11 na -.;   ihe   t-mpli   ■ ■■  '   ys and
.mi    ol    i I"     - lim .."
known aa  1 h
rs ninl the  ;■■■■ uol       I'he   lii-si -.
Police Court
\ neighli '■-' fi ..il was n i'i a in t !•
p 0 ."". I ... ' I' ■ 11 ■ _-1!: i v mm ir. I,- a
.■ iple ol families on l iral bi el hi -
c . ing inveigle I into I he qu irrelp ol
. 11 :. ■■■ i< ci ive children, Fi d li'le ' i
ham wan oh.1 rued with in-spanning nn
: i 111 :■■.'.'• .t'- properly 11 1! >■ " " imi i
otl'ei .   -.. ii   ■ -1. ■■ "■ e   I
"   ' I   JO    lilt!    ...ll"       I
that then lind bl md h   wi   11
IHakepI .        'i. the )' M.C.   H>»» hotwes fm ,-th.ugh in        ,;
(■ 111 j 1U i n I  w ji
cLennan & Co,
The Loading Cigar Store
and Poo! Room in the City
A.   gn 'ii..! u       ■   Be .ver and
: .    le culled
11 ii o'elitcl
limit il i ny
Bevelstoke Independent li.iinl.it the
Several pieces of the maohinery for
the Revelstoke Sash and D ior Factory
are at iiand aud are being installed in
the new building.
The new otlice being built for the
Globe Lumber Company aoross the
railway truck from their tiniahod lumber storehouei i- nearing completion.
it will be .1 cotninodions nnil well
lornished business ollice.
Bu;ii fires in the neighborhood of
Revelatoke and Arrowhead huve called
it the Bervicea of u large gang ol men
i.t each place to tight the flames, The
lire nardens made a reoruiting station
of the city and distriel yesterdaj nnd
have enliati d 11 largi  corps
The luueral ol Mra. Inn 1 Jane
Kainplin took pi 11 a it Ilm.. niauaioui.
Vancouver   yesterday   afternoon  at 2 \ f\       •    1 JO 1
"""'i'1'"v' bocia! and Personal
Your Insurance
Is  (ine nl   lli.-   must   important   item.
in \ 1 iur busiiK-ss
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch ol your business
Successors lo Kincaid & Anderson
the wife ul  Jan   -    \.   llamplin,  past
bead consul  ci 11 1 nd   pruviu
cial manajfei ol th   '  inadiau Urder ..I
the '•'■■       ■ en ol   the  World,  who   ia
known in Revelatoke.
;, ilji ,1 foi by the
Citj   .   ■  ,.   I     ci •'.-i.ii  wi 1 k
lone foi   he cor] a      1      lity ol
....  _i  .  .    riu   ivorl -   lay-
I side wa 1 ka, s t reel a
and gradiu■• ther atieel
j parti tin
■ ity     1 bi -      , ol  ih.
-• commi odati ma of th   lJu    io Works
i- iiiii.ai. • « hie icci pted by the
Council ..1   ite special   meeting   In
-- Friday.    An  advertisement  witb
sitjeations of the work   appears  in
anotbi i ■   .  mn uml  particulara   may
be obtained at the City Hall.
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tc   al (I. .:
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[thi    il   ti    ..
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.Iny gu   Frid
Pi ,.r ■
Dr. .unl Mra   S>
returned from a  wi
llardwtire 1
death ul ter iu 1
W, 1
M 1--   K 1! 1.     ;-. .
be I'reabj
111 Mond   ■  tl
Hon   i
hi Mond
r two weeks a
Final Drive at Bridge
1       [otli « .: •■
8 v llpnvi'l     IUy 1-itli
Si-liu    ii'S, Sla        "     I!
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.    v Si In ols Hill
X, stni> v Beavi  a l'i I)
Beavers v Sebo ila     "    23rd
Schoula v X. Stars    "    BO h
N  Stai-B v Beavera July 7th
Schools v X, Stars    "    1 h li
li. avers v Suhoola     '     21el
r, avers v N  Stars    "    2Sili
At   Ihe   meeting ol  the   V .M.C.A
baseball en  tains on   Friday uigl
scb dole was drawn up for the bi is hi
The league consists of four teams, viz.,
Soots Greys v Business Men May llih
Intermediates v Rovers "   18th
Intermediates v Gn y- "   24th
Business Men v Rovers ''   28th
Scots Greys   v     Rovers       June   lat
Busiucaa .Men v I utenue iates "      Ith
v Lntermedi ites "     8ch
\l> 11 v Greys "    1 lib
- Men v It iv rs "    15th
. Irey- t I nti 22nd
■•    .  H" inei-s Men  '    2Uth
v Soils Greys   luly   2nd
v Business M 11    "     llth
il    tts v Hovers "    lUth
Hovers 23rd
. lli vers -1 :h
1 ... tliates Au
Knl -■     lid     'i'i Airly for the
\i      2-1      A full ilny'e
i'.M.i '■   ' ■■
into   Bhapi    I i I he
ugh      The :. .ii-  ty  ol   1 hi
i ■ .1  wi     iiph  M    -   ' h III                 of n
■i Ifl 00 uud  i--' i.ln    .!  fen I   nl
l.nid   that  I i-inlitetl   lie
oriininala ■_• .1"   m    n sting   cj 'el ii u
[ro     liia       ghl 1       .: ntt'en-
B'.VI    lllilgll   . .     ....   .1 11     i      W,     W.
Pi   ■    .     . -'   ■ 1 I',' ■ .    '-.     1 !'. 1!   I .  r
p .11 ies iu I he '•.:-   r   tl -ii '.1 Ftjua bbles
Bhould hi) -• I  li 'I "iii  of  noun   ami   if
I necessary 1 lie inti ivetition uf 1 he chief
ol police c iuld alii ,;,. bo si cured
. .—.._.._.~-,-__.-_~._-_..„.__r,__._._»_-___,___„a.J_»._.
The   best   and  largest   Sunk   of Cigars and
:s  in   Revelstoke.
The   Original   Alms   Mixture   nuw   on   hand
made   expressly   for  us  by 1). K. McPherson.
Clean, Sweet, Attractive
,- C/
May 24th
'_, 'fl
is everything about our premises
and   uin   stock   uf
Corn-fed   Pork,   Beef
and Poultry
is always in prime condition. Sanitary
surroundings,   experienced   handling
at d prices that really aiiv 1,
See us today,
eat   Market
Sausages and Cooked Meats a Specialty
rhe Musical  Eckardta   wl
peat   at   tbi    Ry    V. M. C. A.    01
rii .1   May -l.-t. in    n thi
the Alaska-Yukon-I'acil c I t|   -
■•ihert   they   bavi    n   threi     nontba
gagi ment under a bi.. ;■  _• lai
and sre breaking the jump I
id dat. - the C.I'.H , „
. 1 ;r i ■   i ■ • he  11. ■
Col, Holmes Well Pleased With
Opera House
Business Locals
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Timothy, Red Clover, White Dutch
over, Lawn  Grass.      Vegetable
Field and Garden.
"Koyal Standard" Flour, "Wild Ruse" I'.tstn
Flour, Grain Bran, Shorls and Hay, Chicken
Specialities. Agents: -Manitoba Frost Wire
Pence and (iates.
The Pa^et Supply Co'y.
Go outside of Hevelstoke io make
your Real Estate Investments.
The Kevelstoke Land Company Ltd.
have the best bargains in the City.
Lots $150 up.   Acreage $100 up.
I Kootenay Agencies Ltd., Agents I
Auction Sale
Household  furniture prices Away Beiow A8se8Scd
is called in the lim"-! garden ami
building Lots in the city, jtiht
North nl' the r.IMi. track
I Inn.- insli rn i iiiii ■ ii ..in Mr, 1).
Ilnih.. In .11 by public unci ion, tho
.■ii> ii .■   im in ihinu    ..I   Iii. residence,
■ ...hit I iih   Hired   nntl McArlhur
Tuesday, May 18th
\   ... i vi hing win bouglil new soini
feu inuiii In   ago v...i ■ i hi ci'i-tainly
al li nd i hi   --'I. ■    Bvi i > thing tnu-.i gn.
Ilovel toki , Mil) I:;. 1000,
M'.i; THK II \M
Value and   Only   a   Few   Left
l'or particulars write
Revelstoke Realty Company, Limited
mix   704,    Iiiil l-.I.STiiKl.;
Tenders will hi
received n
i pitlnllng
the Ueutrnl Hotel up iill noon Monday
the 17tb nexl, with or without nn.
terlals. Fnr Further parlliilmg uml
Bueeilleations apply (Jentnil n. toi.
lhe lowest or any lender not neeoi
Miiily accepted,
I You Don't Have To I


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