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 fQ  '     '      . , t -wr-irv*  lune-99  Provincial Library   , J  PUBLISHED   TT^ZESHD-^IT ���������-AJSTI}   irflRZID^'y.  Vol. 7.-^No. 30.  'RE7ELSTPKE. B. C./MAY 18, 1900.  $2.00 a Year.  (fa^&$Q&rib<fi?*$b $������>$>4h<$M!h&} ^tfeffaffarfatfnryjii (fatfafa&,rfa<&<������Zif$  THE  Ij ll /���������*  QTfll  m?*  TO EVERYBODY:  ,\Ve   are   g'iving- ,away ,all   kinds   of' Dress Goods,  T  Shirt , Waists, Silks,   Satins,, Hosiery, Men's   and   Boys'r Ji,  Z  Clothing", Hats,'"Caps,,Carpets, Oilcloths, etc., etc.     .   '���������   ^  ���������    All wc ask in return, is enough  money to make, vou* Z  feel that you haven't got ahead   of us, and we guarantee  you will be satisfied.    So .will wc..        ��������� .���������.,-"  * i ��������� e  V&  MCKENZIE AVENUE, REVELSTOKE, B. C.  /^^<*|ji^<|o<|j("|j<^c|j <|ic|it|j(|i(;|it|it|i<|i(|j(|i (^^{^(^^05|jt|>t|jt|j4|j  *" Just Tell TIiciii that You Saw Me and They Will Know thu Rest"  ��������� 't       '  .Witli One of Wilson's Suits on, made, up' the-Very Best.'  i t   ��������� ~  Scotch-Tweeds, Irish Tweeds and Worsteds of the Very Best Around,  Aid more than "that We'll Tell You, Your (Mis are'lade-in Town,  \jj  iSOJST:  ' Incorporated by act of Parliament 1855.  K,  HEAD OFFICE.  o-  'MONTREAL  ~ Wm-.Molson Magpherson. Pres.      'S.?H. EvaxG, Vice-Pres.,  " F. -Woju-'ERStajt Thomas, General Manager, *  ���������PAID'UP CAPITAL*'  ' *"'    -  '.'' .    '-'   '       ,$2,000,000  RESERVE   . ���������      -,.-*������. .-, .-   ,     r,500,000  general banking basiucs-- Lransiielc.l.   Interest allowed on deposits at, current rales.  J. D. -MOLSOH, Manager,   ���������'      ,-    ���������'���������     BEVELSTOKE, B. ft  verwa're  T<  ears.  Knives, Forks,' Spoons,   the  Best in the City at  .Gut; BARBER'S,.,  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.  Tlie. Fpsd Hofiinson   .  ;' 'hwkf :Cq; limited.'  On and after this dale our prices for  cut firewood will he as follows :  Relief of Mekiii!  ' r. '  Loyally Celebrated.  0 ,    ' ���������-     .  .   Word was received j-esterday morning about eight o'clock that Mafeking  was relieved, arid as, the news spread  excitement was rife on  -ill 'sides.   The  Bevelstoke City Band was ordered out  at once nnd   opened   the* day's   celebration by the playing of patriotic airs.  In   Lhe  afternoon  a half holiday "was  ,dcc)aivcl   and   nearly   nil    the    town  turned out to see the procession which  started out at three o'clock  aud  was  composed   of   the   bund,   inilitia' and  school   children.   , Marching   to     the  station the procession leturned to Mc-  Kenzie avenue where a halt was called  the militia arid school ��������� children' being  lined up and  speeches were given   by,,  MayorSniilh.'Capt. Taylor and Robert  Tapping,  the school children  singing  the "Red, While-arid Blue" and  'AThe  Land of the Maple." , Returning to the  school grounds' the children  weie addressed (>by' Rev.  Calder   after   which  they dispersed,  the band .and ' militia  continuing the   inarch" to   the   lower  town. . '       ' >  No. 2 train was at 'the station when  the news ,was-received, and'' when  Pritchard-Morgan, M. J', for South  Wales,"a passenger on boaid returning  from Yokohama Id England, heard of  the British victory lie handed $50 to  "\[r..S.,L. .Saunders with the request  that it,1 be "given the school children  to celebrate with. Needless to say  they made the best of ,vlhe funds at  'their disposal, and before1 dispersing  three hearty cheers were given Tor Mr.-  Pritchard-Moigan. '   '  ��������� QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY.  , ��������� <-  Celebration Committee Makes Another  Offer to, Lardeau 'Football Club:  i ' - o  A ' general "meet ing of the sports  committee* wis held in, fire hall'.No. '1  .Wednesday evening with W.J'. Lee in  the chair.  Latest News      ' "'  i*      -1 '��������� i  From The Front.  Minutes  of previous  meeting "'read'  and adopted.     ' ' ���������  ' ConiiTJiinications wave read from the  .secretaries :,v of Golden and Lardeau  football clubs; also fiom Alex. Mcllae,  Trout Lake Citv, in   reference to-foot-  , ( Wm. Woodhi-use ��������� asked that ������25  additional be voted for football provided lie could raise $50 in the shops.  Moved ancl seconded by J. McLeod  and T. W. Bain' that ofler of Mr.  Woodhonse be accepted.    Curried.  ' Moved and seconder! by T. W.  Bain that offer of 'Mr. Woudhouse be  accepted.'   Carried.     " . ,      y  'Moved and seconded by T. W.'  Bain and Mr. Jehu that secretary be  instructed'" to wire- Trout Lake football teai'ii that a .guarantee1 of ������������������jvK)  towards expenses would be made with  medals valued at $7,0 for competition.  Cari ied. ��������� >,,-,,,  /The mayor consented Lo allowing  the   prisoners   work   on preparing the  $1 per ��������� cord at Mill  $2       "      delivered.  Prices Cut for Cash.  A large range of read)- made  summer suites just opened up  twelve patterns to choose from,  all the latest, -well made aiid  neatly finished. Drop in and  compare prices before buying  elsewhere.  ZSXSSIl  Fred Robinson,Managing Director  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  Drnying and delivering a specialty.  Teams always ready at shortest  notice. Contracts fo������" jobbing  taken.    Agent,   for   B. C. Oil Co.  Robert Samson.  '  Tough on Poor Sir diaries.  "Saturday Night," a 'Journal whose  genuine independence and conspicuous  fairness, command more than ordinary  attention     and v respect,   observes:���������  "After tearing loyalty  to  pieces and  wrapping   himself   up in   Che British  (lag,  burling  hims-'lf into  space as a  loyalist  meteor, and claiming to have  been'the father of confederation, and  the grandfather of British connection  and the   great-uncle   or  our ' military  system,   and   , the     mother-in-law   of  everything   that   could   be  put into a  loyally piocession. Sir Charles Tupper  is       suddenly   ���������   missed      from,    the  front of the outfit, whicli  was so recently beating  ton-tons, waving.flags,  pounding .drums,   lighting     bonfires,'  Mowing   bugles,   and    screaming-for  more   soldiers   and 'more' money and  inon- war and more  blood ;  and���������God  save  us  from  such   another sight���������is  discovered   in   the adjoining province  playing   to- a different  audience and  'makingspeeches which aie remarkable  not only  for their   untimely   diskryul  spirit,   but  for   the   inaccuracies   for  which he, as an Imperial federationist  and   British   Empire Leaguer, must he  held   strictly   responsible.     So   many  years he sei ved in (because which he  now denounces without sparing either  language   or  truth,  that, he  muM   be  held   as  either an   actor  who i.s more,  anxious   in   exhibit   his   versaliliility  the     Celebrated j than his, virtue, or else as a politician  rOSpeCLOr     Shoe,     no J who is absolutely unscruptilou.', either  as to fact or theory, and like the barns-tor mer who is described in the car-  loon, anxious to produce any sort of a  play suited to any sort of an audience.  Thi.-, of course, is the role which Sir  Charles has a riglit as a citizen of a  free country to play, hut Canadians  who, occasionally, are willing to be  entertained by harlequins, fakirs, and  curtaiu-chewers in the theaties, are  not quite dense or reckless enough io  choose their' political leaders irom  amongst the performers of a political  playhouse."  Queen's Birthday Lunch.  f, I  The ladies of Hi. Peter's parish will  seme, refreshment", with tea and lemonade from 1.2'to 2 on the twenty-fourth  in aid of the; completion of the bell  tuwur.  that   we   sell  Coote   P  other will give the comfort ancl  satisfaction, this wc know from  long experience.  Special Attention given to  ���������Prospectors Supplies.  Remember   the   Place:  grounds. ,  Moved and- seconded by T. W.  Bain and ,-W. G. Limey that'the finance committee be instructed to hire a  team for rolling grounds. ���������   Carried.  Moved-liy E. MaVshallsav seconded  by. W. G. Birney that we offer a prize  for best float on - the 2-tth'bf .May.  Carried. , , ,���������. -      ',  Moved by, J., McLeod seconded by  T. )V. Bain'that secretary be instructed to invite the secret'societies to take  part in parade.    Carried.   -  Moved by T. W. Bain 'seconded by  W. G. Limey that a tug-of-\var( be  held for a prize���������Shop, Men vs. All  Comers.    Carried. '       ������  . Moved and seconded a prize be given  for baseball '���������Wigwam " vs. " Dents."  Carried.  \ The , general committee ���������the'n - adjourned and the afternoon committee  held a ���������meeting. / -     '  lb was decided to have baseball  match ;at 13k. aud the football, match  at   1-ik.   to   be    followed    by   sports.  A general committee meel'ing will be  held in fire hall No. 2 on Monday  evening at 8 o'clock, the, afternoon  sport committee meeting and making  report, of pragrammc  Stereopticon Service.  A most-interesting !-,ti*i:coplicoii set'-"  vice will be given by Ensign Staiger,  of the Salvation Army, in the S. A.  Barracks on Saturday, May 19lh atS  p. ni. Thii, service consists of nearly  '100 views, compi isintr,  Army Scenes and  Lands," "Mrs. Booth on tho Drink  Question," " Beautiful Bet muda," "The  Prodigal Son '" and " Poor Mike."  Admission   LY cents, children 10 d-mls.  j"  Special services will be conducted on  Sunday the 20!h by Ensign Staiger.  {[.S'li-cial lo tlio Mail.) , ,    ������������������  Lonuox, May, 17. ���������A despatch from  7Jr5oTenzo Marques dated to-day < says  'that Commandant ftlofl, with a'patrol;  enter ad Mafeking. Colonel Baden-  Powell opened fire orv the burghers  killing se'v-enteen of lhem and taking  Commandant Elo'i' .ind ninety of, his  men prisoners. An bfiieial, Boer report confirms -Baden-Powell's success  but adds that fifty British   .vere killed:  General Hunter occupied Christ'iana,  in   the Transvaal, without-opposition,  thev enemy   having  retired to Klerka-  dorp.-   LGeueraI, Bundle's force is close  to   C.'uciau, southwest   of' Ficksburg.-'  i     . '���������  The country is clear of the enemy.  The' resident commissioner iu Basu-  laud reports that a,  number   of "Boers'  liwng  in    Ficksburg   and' Bethlehem  districts,have applied to him for advice"  as to conditions of surrender.     This is ���������  very satisfactory. .   General   Methuerr  reached a point-12   miles on the Hoop-  stad.roiid without  seeing   the   enemy.  The natives   and   local 'whites confirm  the   previous ��������� report's of the disosgani- '  zalion of the Free Staters:   ��������� ��������� >''     ,  The situation is still.unchanged at  'Krooi.*tsUidt.    " '"        --���������,-������;-,'..���������  General'Buller reports that the sec-  ond division of his army has reached  Uanuliauser, Nutal, a- little less than  half way between Dundee'and ~New-  castle. <   , ,  The    Canadian     artillery  -reached ������������������  .Buluwayo, 490,-miles  .frcni' Mafeking  ou May 2nd.    As there i.s a railway to  Ptsani,   28'miles   from   Mafeking,,tlie  garrison is taking' heart in relief.  L  ��������� President TCruber' is. said'lo be preparing lo leave Pretoria. *'-,������������������  . General French .fouiid ��������� the Boers  under Commandants Botha; l)elancy  aiid Oliver.at Rhenosten Spruit, 30  miles   north   of "Kroonstadt, holding'a  strong-position.  A CapetOA\n despatch says that the  proclainatiun 'iniiexiug the Free. State  will be- published on the Queen's  'Birthday. L ,  ** Salvation  Work   in   Maiiy,  orns  FRONT   STREET,  KEVELSTOKE.  Halcyon Notes.' ���������       ���������  Tom Taylor, of Trout Lake, was at  Halcyon Hot Springs last Saturday on  electioneering husincs-s.  A fine specimen of tlno black bear  was killed at Halcyon Springs la������t  Saturday near the eulrance to Ladort-  Falls.  This week haymaking , was commenced at the Halcyon Mot Springs,  a magnificent field of clover having  been laid under the sickle to make  hay.  An angling parly al the Halcyon  Springs had a very .successful basket  on Monday. A magnificent trout  which weighed 5j pounds was caught  bv Miss Mabel Htiabnnd, while Mr. P.  JI. Large landed one at.'] pounds.  Comedv drama'. "The Deacon" in the  opera house, Thursday evening, May  21th, under auspices of the Bevelstoke  Cily S-Mrt-"  Well Received  At Vancouver.  (.Siicci.il to the IM ai il.)  '��������� Vaxcouvk!1., May 17.���������Premier  Martin received a magnificent reception at Vancouver on his arrival today from a lour - through the interior.  A long procession of carriages headed  by the city band marched from the  station lo the ��������� oinuiittee, rooms, where  the Premier delivered a short address,  in which he stated that it was not he  but the opposition who we-'e feeling  tired. .Many candidates from other  coiihlituencies participated in the reception and will fake a hand in lo-  uight'.s public meeting to be addressed  by Piumicr Martin, 1). G. MacDon-  uell and others. Great enthusiasm  was manifested and to-night's meeting  will be,a recoid hicakc.r.  Destroyed by Fire.  St. Catherines, Ont., May JC���������The  entire plant of the Welland Vale com  pany and Canada Cycle and'Motor  company's works was destroyed by fire  about 3 o'clock this morning. The fire  started in the hardening department  of the cycle, works. The fire throws  500 men out of work, rnd menus a Io-jS  uf q. half y. million tlullar-},  ���������   ,*  siHEiiuumynan-i  atHsennm&MHHtiins  aifeWMijaiiiMBiM!im������i,Ji^^ 'h  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Zhe IRootena^ flftail  PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY.  ' . ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ���������UY���������     '  15. K. OAMPMKLL.  VUlilASUKU AM) PltOl'l'IKTOIi.  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per "Annum  ADVKUTISING HATES quot on appli-  cutioii.  JOB PItlNTIXG of every kind at uiont reason  able l-iitcs and shortest notice.  ACCOUNTS for job printing ;or advertising  payable on the first of every month.  CORItKSPONTDEXCE on all matters of local  or public interest invited and carefully considered. All communications to the Editor  11111.--!/ be accompanied by the name of the  writer, not necessarily for publication, bill  ms an evidence of good faith.   '  Address  THE  Kootenay Mail.     '  ' ���������   Bevelstoke, B.C.  FRIDAY. MAY IS. 'ISOO.  DOINGS AT OTTAWA.  Commercial  Incercased 'Activity, in  Circles.  Ottawa,   May   12.���������Now   .that   the  budget debate is finally out of the way,  "  there  is   promise of some progress in  the   serious   business   of   the session.  Very, little lias yet Iwen  done with the-  estimates,,and it is seldom that they  ,   are disposedof in less than live weeks ;  moreover the Opposition threatens to  ���������;iclivi'de(.he house, early and often upon  many.items therein  contained, so that  there is   small   prospect of   any  time  Jjeing   saved, > and   if    tlie ��������� session   is  brought to a conclusion  in time, to let  the   members   reach their homes   by  Dominion Day, everyone will be profoundly,thankful.    There are however  those who doubt if even that distant  ��������� date will   see   prorogation   an  accomplished fact.  Evidences of the dire disaster which,  accoiding to Sir Charles Tupper, was  to overtake Canadian' commerce when  tho liberals came into power', continues  to accumulate. ,, According to   "The  American  Miller-," orders for machin-  '; -ery for six  new roller flour mills"have  '   been sentlroui Ni-w  Brunswick points  p within a tew weeks  past.'    The   mills.  will  have a'  capacity of   fifty -banels  daily each; and will be located at And-  ��������� over,   Lakeville,   Bristol,   Centreville,���������  Canterbury, and  Killem's Mill, and it  is said that another- mill may be built  atMoncton.     When these'new mills  are  built and  running  there  will   be  eighteen   mills   in   operation   in New  Brunswick, and it is expected that the  combined capacity of tbe mills of that  province will  soon'reach  1,000 barrels  a day.  Nova Scotia too. is getting her share,  for "The Maritime Merchant," asserts  , that the greatly increased demand for  Nova Scotia coal will be one"of' the  most gratifying features in provincial  industry this year. The collieries have  been kept hard at work for the past  nine months, and  the output has been        .  marketed  readily at increased   rates. I ������r.vate Hus-nll, R. C.A. to D battery;  Both at home and abroad tbe demand | Private Roberts, R. C.A. to C battery.  lias increased, and it is a welcome sign        ������ ' ������������������������ ���������  ,  of a greatly enlarged measure of activity in all branches of' trade.     During i  1000 many coal  pits in   Cape   Breton [  ��������� which have not been worked for years !  Trout Lake Notes.  E. A. Bell is busy doing assessments  this week.  Wor;k on the E. G. oii Seven Mile  creek, a'tributary of Trout Lake has  begun.  A'picked specimen of Ethel ore tested in Philadelphia,went $1,000 in gold.  Enquiries are already being made for  .likely properties by outside parties.  CA. Irwin went up to,the Mabel  group i this week to do assessment  work. , '   '  O. M. Johnson and Nels Andersorr  have completed tlinir assessments < n  the John Bull gionp and are back, to  Ferguson.  Geo. Shonman, of Spokane, a well  known mining man then* will come in  to look ovi-'V lower lake propel ly in  Trout Lake shortly.  Messrs. Westfall and Smith paid a  visit to the Idle Hour group, on Thursday. Win. Howard' is still pushing  ou his property..  Jack Atkinson and Harry Jones are  doing the BaulF, a pioperty on, the  Great Northern hill owned hy Kuowles  and Atkinson. <        ,   ������  Messrs. Gleason, Jacobs and Huffman are busily engaged driving a  tunnel on the Tenderfoot group near  Selkirk. They are making good process.   ,    ���������      '  ' ���������  R. Leckie Ewing and brother arrived  in Ferguson on Wednesday night. Mr.  Ewing will push work on the Empire  Mines as soon as practicable. He is  now erecting a house in Ferguson.  - Messrs. WestfaU and Smith visited  the Silver Cup'and,also the Kootenays  accompanied by J. C. Kirkpatrick.  Mr. .Westfall,of, course thinks a. lot of  the Cup ' and pronouncas the Kootenays a good property. ���������  ��������� E. G. Moyer, says a contract for 100  feet of tuuuel on the Monitor group-on  the North Fork, will be' let by the  ^Monitor Mining and Development Co.  of London, Ont., during" the course of  the next few'days.     ,      * '' "  The Jewel, a, ciaim lying to the  north of Pasr creek,'will !be worked  duriug the coming summer by an eastern syndicate. This property was  located by.'E. G. Moyer and ;has a're,-  uiarkably fine surface showing.���������Topic;  Kootenay Lcdg-c  i;o. 15 A.F. & A.M.  The i-f -jrul.ir meet ing-  rsre lielfl in llie Masonic Temple, Bourne  third  r_& H-Mllt'l al 8 v- ni.  Viiiihis, brethren  coirii-illy v. deomed.  REVKIiS?.'Gi������X: LODO  a&%3S������Sf&i  . 7. O. O. Z\, No. 25.  Resnli'V liif-etiiij?-! are held  in brtdK'llowi' JTall every  ^   co  T..1.GIIA1IA.M. N.G.   K  A: ICKTTLK.SOX.S--*'  SSZ.SIKIC LOUGH. NO. IK, I. O. O. I'\  'jled-- cv.-i-y Ti.'fi-d-*,  cv.'iiini; iiiOildfelU'v,  H. ILVXBURY, X. (!.  Hall    'at    i    o'clo. !  Vi-Hiii;-- lir-- lhi'i'ii ui'  iliiilly   iavit'���������'d   lii 'iu  rend.  ,   W. JIATllI]-:. Si*  "TARGE AND WELL .LIGHTED  JL SAMPLE ROOMS. Heulcd by  "Vs? hot air and electric belli* and  light in every room. Free bus meets all  trains.  REASONABLE' RATES.  Night Grill Room in connection for the  eonvenieneo of guests arriving nnd dc-  parting by nigijL trains. Hourly street  car between hotel and station.  .JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR ..���������...���������..'. REVELSTOKE, B. C.  l^liA A$.*fljL%\ 'fii'l.illoii llio second'and  ���������i':^f^A...'-:7^ii-:..4./ tornih Mniicl.n** of each  *&&>' L.������.C**$j</  mor.tli." Viaitiutf .broili-  i-eu   inviicd  Lo attend.  K. 1). il. C. JOttXtJON,  O. li.  CAV. MJTCHKLL,  Ji. ii.  Canadians Promoted.  .   .  Ottawa, May 16.���������A leport has  been received' from 'Col. Otter correcting the nominal roll, of the first contingent. He reports that the following non-commissioned officers have been  transferred for special service from the  battalion : Lar-ce-Carporal Southey,  Forty-sixth Durham Regiment, to the  Duke of Edinburgh's Rifle Volunteers,'  in which corps he has received a commission ; Lance-Corpcrai C R.. Moly-  neux, Fifth 'Royal Scots, to Roberts'  Horse, having been granted a commission ; J. R. Ramsay, Forty-eighth  Highlanders,    to     Brabant's    Horse j;  Going Ahead in Ontario.  The session of  the  Ontario Lfigisla-  GoIiT Etanso L.c<2ge,  -it. of P., NC 26,  ' ' Etsvolstclnc, XJ.C.  J. W. CROSS, M.U.,  c c  '' W, WTN'SOR,'  ���������   K. ok R. & S.  ��������� A      1-J. HOLDKJII     .  A,." ��������� ���������   ������������������    '    .,  ANALYTICAL, CIIliiUBT ANJJ  'i ASSAYKK.  Royal School of Ivlinc-'. London.'  Seven vcars at, IMorf.i Woi'k.*,' ywr.iHca.    .  Seventeen   yours  Ohio! ,Chei<ii--L  to \\ laan  Coal and Iron'Co., V.ni$. y        ���������  ^LtiLel.'heniihtiiiul A->-������yer. ILill Mine.-*. Ltd.  Every rio.-ci-iplion   oi!  as .ay  und  analytical  work ii'ndorbiicen. - >  Oiaims cxiiiniiiL-d mid.reported upon.  RKVEJjiaTOKJ-;, 11. C. , 1  AIIVBY &  MdUAItTEP-  ABRAHAMSON BROS;  PROP'S.  Newly built. First-class'  in every respect. All  modern conveniences.  Lai go sample rooms. Fire  proof safe. Free,'bus,  meets all trains.  Und  er same management:  QUEEN'S HOTEL,  '   TROUT LAKE CITY  Q^KK>pi>0<H>O-Opi0^ p.  BARRISTin-JS, POLfCITORS, 'KTC.  Oi--i-tces :   Jloi/'o.vc   lLs.vk-   Rr.ocic,   Rkvki.-  v   <���������' fr-'J-OKIl,, iJ. O.,     q  IMonov to loan. '     '   '    ������ p  Oilice:-: Rcvelnloke, JJ. C; I'ort SI cole. 11. C.  Guo. S. nrcl!.vi-Ti;i:. .1. A: l-.'.\ttvi*v,  llevolMoke, R. C.        ���������.  Kort Steele, 11. C.  will be  re-open^d  and   ..b^ir store* of i tu're   which I;as  i0^ closed���������the lirst  coal utilized.    The result of this larger I sess1011  of   tne  reconstructed   govern-  has  just  Ix-en   marked  by an  W. CUOSS. M. I).  SDHGliON TO TJU'-. C. i'. IL. ClT'i-'iniALTH  OK3''ICLCK.  Oflieo: Taj lor Block, Jlaekenziu'A venin;. ���������  Gold,  W.  Lead,  GoTfDOT Ores  ���������JUL v Uj  and  PMI.iililTV  PB  IfMYEY  E. a. s.,i'Ati.'  ��������� Ao=.ny Oniec--.iiid ?.rol'.-!]Iu!,"-i������-al Works,  VAXCUUV1AI, 11. C.   "  Sampling; "\\"orl:H, 717-7KI J'endor -sl.recl.  Is prepii-.-ed. Lo   j.;-l-i ha'su   l.lic   nhovo    o!ii.-f-c->  of  ores for il>-_   t-ollownii;  Ko^liali  hoin-es  whom hi-io; .esenIs. via.:  Vivian fe-So'V, S\v.in--Cri, Elliott, Aiutal Co.  Ltd., R'.rrypot-l,   South   V.'alo-,.  ymeltcrs  ifeti;i l-K^Dc^ilvei-izcrs, -^.'anul'iioturers.     .A  Chec)''mj;   smelter    pulps   a    3-pecialty  /  R. OALEY^.PROP'R.  i        ���������' '��������� ������ ''  r i ,       i, i      i -*   i ���������  6-<><K><><>^><>-0<KKK>^^  NTAL HOTEL  J. A. Stone, Proprietor  ���������*     ^    '  Rates, $ i per day  Electric lig-hted, furnace heated  Newly buik and furnished... .  0'Fincst .and  best  supplied/bar  in the citv  vuluttie of activity, cannot fail tn be  reflected in the course of ordinary  biisinesa and tiie general dealers in the  ment,  unusual amount of progressive and  agressive legislation which cannot fail  to give tremendous   impetuB to the de-  man's���������^  vicinity of these  coal  producers  will i  ��������� , '   f f��������� ,i , velopmeut or   the resources of the pro-  enioy a greater volume or trade. p   .    l      T..       , , . '   ,  .  .     Liberal .terms have been made  vincc.  Neither   is  there any   indication  of}  comnieicial  stagnation   in  lhe  report!  that Lhe   deprn tment  of  railways and  canals  had   laid upon the table, of the    "**. '"     -.        , . r   ,    ������,  , ti     .   .  i    -i r i .   r    tario north and west or J^ake bupcr:or  house.   1 he total mileage of completed < f  r-ailwav.-. has been incieased during the,  with various development companies  commanding ample, capital .by which  the vast- possibilities of   that-'new On-  tbe legislators  year by nearly .ji;;j tnilijs.     Tbe paid up  capital  has   increa-ed oyer ^,0'-������),l)0'.),  the total earning.-* by !?2,."0:))(K)0 and lhe  net  earn'yigs   by    nearly    .-jil,(':W,000.  There  has   la-en  an  increase of nearly  7(,"l.f;'K)   in   the  imiriber of   passengers  carried and a I most 2,o0(l,(>0(j ions in the i  volume'   ol'   freight.      With regard to J  the   Intercolonial   railway,   lhe   g'io������*s(  . earnings ha ve   increased 2-)0'2(',('������,''J':  and |  the excess of   <*;irtiiiilt-   over   expendi- j  Hire  .^-fij!.(K|.J, as  ag.-iiiift  an   excess  of j  expenditure  over  earnings in the pre-I  vioiis vcfii" of .'r^lO.OlKl, op ,-��������� betterment  of '^Tt2,Cii.').     Tbe grons cji-ningr- of all  the government roads show an increase  of SG.'������>,()0i) over the previous 5ear, and  the   net. earnings   $3211,003.     The net  profits   on   the  operations of  the year  were .-Jj-WJOO.  It is expected that before long   work  will be recommenced on the LiiUnsoru-;  of the finest of the  Tenderfoot creek  propei LijC'H.  whicli   was   visited   by  last summer will be opened up, and in  a short time   millions   will be spent in  the   erection of  pulp   mills, and other  industries.      Ft   is the beginning of  a  movement   which    will    make Canada  the greatest   paper-producing  country  in the world.      The new mining regu  lations wiil do   much to prevent speculators from   tying   up   in.ni mines, and  svill insure the expenditure ot miilions J  of dollars in this   pro vine'; in the ercc- f  tion of works   $<>v rWming nickel ore,-,.  The government's policy of supplying  cold storage facilities to farmers is al.-<- ;  likely tu be productive uf good results; 1  and in a score of other   ways, both by  enacting   new   legislation, and   by improving   that   alrcafJy   011   the statute  books,   has the ��������� Ross   Administration  shown   itself   well worthy of   the confidence repoied in it by the people and  fully  capable of successfully governing  the   premier   province  of the premier  colony  of   the   premier empire of   the  world,  &A)4J*J9-  ii.    h.  )������������������ a;;-.m 1 i-iimns.1-  F'  1 i '  Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke,'B. C.  ������K>aO-0-QO<K>-CK><>^^  k' I i~i    i    rr1  ������ ���������   -      JL _td tLi     ..  .ayr Liifflbep  (Limited Lialiility.)  Manufacturers and Dealers in al! Kinds of  iu'    o.1  Iced Drinks  Heine  ��������� 1  '',  1���������itr, x jn  r\  m  )  Lent!/it. Si ni" ���������  ViaAAJ.t ,'  '/'///, ('li";ijf.  I't.//v.'/'Jtii',  O/iCii//.;   /'If     'i.-'lllf/.  o  REVELSTOKE  Of ihm    lh\ittUn\  (&*A~\ ,*  Also shingles, mouldings, base boards,        -   ,  casings, finishing .lumber, extra  wide    . ���������  ' clear pine ancl cede)r. Long dimension timber cut to order. A laree  assortment'of .season lumber kept on  hand in the yard and sheds at Revelstoke by the pioneer lumber dealer, of  Kootenay who also has had considet-  able experience in .eastern Canada  which enables him to cater for what  the builder requires.    You will always  ' find him ready for business.  Prices Right.     Terms Strictly Cash.     Leave Your Order.  Work  ^    RrTapping, Agent, Kevelstoke, B,C  Wi  /Mav-"-"-'  if.'*?  GEO.  8.  HOGI-AN, Prop.  fhoiK-i   A3,  ?  Furniture and Undertaking,  Repairing k Upholstering Done  \V;ii'*lintisc in connection for slow Re of family and other fiit'rtlrfirV,  trnnki, i-ic., at monthly or other rate;-. Agents for Raymond .-Se\v=  ing .Mnchine. THEIXOOTENAY MAIL.  ".WHIMS OF .RACE HORSbS.  TricJcs WliicI: .Toefce-j-H Mast G*sarrt  AsrrsJ7j������t on aud Oft the True!*.  "Tall*.;!:-,- about people being peculiar."  remarked an old tinnier, "if there i.*> ;uiy-  , thing more peculiar than race horses I  'haven't come across it. Itaoc horses. I  moan tlioroujdibred:-. of course, aie 'at*  full of whims as���������well, as a woman, and  you've jjot to humor them just the siuim;  its women. 'I remember one 1 tiained  some years .ago���������a horse, 1 mean,, of  cour.-e. lie was a jjreal one, anil few of  them could show liim tlio way ifiT Yet  ' that'fellow couldn't1 bo exercised in pre-  pariuK liim for a race unless the bo^ on  liim was rijped out in the stable's rofj-u,-  lar colors. 'You couldn't fool him about  it, cither, for ho knew just as well whether the boy was fully dressed as wo did.  and if he wasn't you couldn't fret the old  fellow on (he track. f>u't when tho boy  put on tho duds, why, tho old horse would  *-'������- otl----;Ji-(- t*������ a-l that was., wanted of  hiin.   " ~ "   n  ''Then iliere was another (hat I had  that wouldn't associate with oilier horses,  find the consequence was lhat we had to  train him by himself. Actually had lo  'wait every time until every other horse  was off tho track. Then,-when he had Ilii?  whole track to himself, wc had all wc  could do to get him off when wo thought  . he had boon f-ivoii enough. This same one  wo had',to .-end to tlio pc-t by himself,  and when wo got"liim there wo had to  Icec-p him away to one side, off from the  bunch. Another ono L had v.-as ju������t the'  opposite, for he wouldn't go on tlie track  cither l'or exercise or for a race unless ho  '  was accompanied by another horse. ,l"  -'������������������Then "there is tho horse that runs true  ' ns lorn*; as'lie is in tho lead, but will stop  aik* give up Iho tight the moment another  ' one gets near him or passes liim".  'On tho  other hand, there is the horse that, trios  all  the hardcr'ns long as ho is  behind.  .,'Thon there is the horso ,that will, not try  if tlie jockey carries a whin, while ���������'there  ' arc others that will not ?ry unless Ihey,  aro given both whin and spurs. ��������� l������ut. as  il sjiidr0hcj''*.'ijieV,very peculiar and  have  ns many, whims as mankind."���������'Washing-  "ton Star.'  charity ward.    It's very strange."���������New-  Orleans Times-Democrat.  That's 1Vhnt Tliey Meant.  "He's looking- for a, wife," they said to  her. pointedly.  "He would be an'object of .sreater. interest to me," she replied, with'some asperity, "if he were looking for a single  woman."���������Harper's Bazar.  The people of Cleveland complain that  their streets are dirty. Here is illustrated  one of the differences between the people  of Cleveland and those, of Chicago. The  latter refuse to -waste any energy in voicing' complaints that bring no returns.���������  Clucsoio Times-Herald.  THE HUMAN  FACE.  -.*.    ->.    -o.    -t.    -^    jj.    ���������>    -J-    -J.    J*,     jy     jj.     j?.     .->.>>    sy     if.    .JL    Zjl     ->    Zj.     ->     >    -J-     .-y      ~y     .y        *    fl.    ,>    jjt    .>    .>    j>     ^    .>     *    .>    o-    ������    ^������      ���������������    3-     ->    -*���������    ->���������    -f-     ���������*    -*���������  ORIGIN  OF THE  PHILIPPINES.  .Earth's   L'isIicaVal   Cli.i.>������e<l   Swnmii!"  Into :i,'Valuable Arcliijielt-fsn.  ,   A million,or so years ago, according to  .the   government   geologist,    the    l'hilip-  ' jiines  consisted   largely   of  swamps  nnd  shallow   sea1-.    Tliere  was  an, iiumou-so  ���������luxuriance  of  tropical   plant, growth   iu  the "swampy   regionv where   accumiil.-i-  tions of vegetable debris werc.eveiitually  covered with mud and transformed .into  ,n kind of cual called "lignite." which today is probably the most.valuable mineral   asset   of   the  American   India.     At  longtii  there came a crumpling and upheaval   of  the  catties "crust  so  tremen-  ��������� dous,>as 'to be felt all the way from  Switzerland to the Himalayas, where the  bottom ��������� of tho ocean was uplifted into  mountains three miles above sea,level.  'Indeed the strata representing these ancient marine beds are now found in the  Himalayas at an elpvation of 3U.000 feet.  The   Philippines  shared   in   this   uplift.  '    which   also  formed   the  laud   bridge 'to  ,As'ia already mentioned.  Across the land bridge from the mainland came' all sorts of animals to the  archipelago, and in a later age they were  cut off from returning by a general subsidence of the islands. The hitter sank  so much indeed that the group was reduced to a mere sprinkling of hilly ir-lels,  four of which existed within tho present  area covered by Luzon, while Colin was  completely submerged. At this time there  began- a series of volcanic eruptions,  mostly submarine, which threw up a  great a mount: of material from the ,bow-  . els of the earth, thus adding largely to  the laud aiea. and about 10.000 years ago  there "came another uplift, which raised  the archipelago to its present status ap-,  proximately. Tt ds believed, however,  that lhe islands are still rising gradually,  occasional earthquakes being merely jars  incidental to the slow .process of elevation. Tho volcanic phenomena have not  yet ceased. A few years ago there' was  a.violent eruption of Mayon, in southern  Luzon, which is the most beautiful, symmetrical volcanic cone in the world,  sharply pointed at the apex.���������-Philadelphia Call.o   .  Dean Stoken''Story.  "The lute Dean Gilbert Stokes of tho  Anglican church," says the Rochester  Post-Express, "used to tell the story of a  conversation he had with the old verger  of a certain English parish church. Probably he embellished it. polishing it like  old silver with much using, but anyhow  this was the lale:  '" 'Who, my good friend, takes the lend  in Sunday school matters here?' asked  the dean of the verg-'iv  *' 'I do, sir,' was the proud reply.  'Tliere aren't no other srholards but mc  nnd Sir John in the pari-di. . 1 Tarn.-, the  children ou Sunday afternoons.'-  " 'And what routine do.-you follow'/'  said the dean.  " 'I fust reads 'om a little cataplasm,  and I generally winds up with a few interesting antidotes* ju.st* to keep 'ei'n  from getting too restless, but of course,  'sir, I always telld 'em iu bibulous language.' "   TtvllJ   Vxi7,7,lT9.  "Why f-hell hacks follow the sea and  razorbacksi follow the cirrus are ,tvin  mysteries 1 have never been able to fathom," said n Canal .-.treet philosopher.  "Yon don't know wliat 1 U'cun by shellbacks and razorb.ioks, eh'/' V-'oll. a shellback is a common sailor man. pros'ii'iably  en old timer, and u razurbaek i*. a '-i-iii-  won roustabout who doe.-, the ordinary  manual labor in a circus StyX- Motii lives  are barbarou--ly hard, and blest il I can  nee where the coinpeii-.uing tea in res  come in, yet llic'nieii who follow them  ���������stick there year ai'ler year until they  drop in tlicir U-acJ;*, uy peg out il)  (!���������?  Kot  Alivay.-*!  n. Trnwt-ivoi-tliy IiuTcj  of  ItH  Ownur'M  diameter.'  The human face is n most ���������iniiruit-  wortliy index of human character;  Can you think of a single great humorist who had a merry face? Artemu������j  Ward had the face of'an undertaker.  Mar*-: Twain's face is a study in beetling  lirows, furrows, wrinkle.4 and solemnity.  Nasby, in whose funny war' sketches  Abraham Lincoln used to find endless entertainment, had a' face as'.serious as a  tc������i baton e.  And who, 1o look, at Lincoln's own pathetic features, would believe that he was  a,man of infinite humor and-jest'/  If you think of ineu of great intellect,  how few of them have had faces that  suggested it! Ciibbon, the king of histo-.  riaiss. had a red, Dabby, vulgar face. Dr.  Johnson had one of''the same type and  'was so blear eyed'that; his expression was  one of extreme dullness. Voltaire's'inight.y  intellect was masked behind a face that  was almost" repulsive. His nose and chin  nearly met, his 'checks were hollow and  wrinkled, and his eyes were curtained by  a pair of beetling brows.'  Hume,, tho ��������� famous English historian,  had a fat, gross face that had in it no  . suggestion of his intellectual power.  Charles Dickens' face .gave no assurance  'of the splendid'range of his powers as a  writer. And to turn from George Eliot's  novels to a portrait of the author, is to be  not only disappointed, but shocked.  The same failure of faces' and charac:  tei'3 to correspond with each other is  found in the portraits of famous criminals. Very few murderers have had cruel  faces. Many of them, have had very  agreeable ones, suggestive of amiability  and tenderness. This has been' especially  true of poisoners���������Carlyle Harris, for ex-  n triple! ' ' ,-  The most famous rogues aad swindlers  have usually had extremely pleasant  faces,,inviting tho confidence of all who  'met them. 'But for that fact they could  not have been successful swindlers.  ������������������ Physiognoiuyis certainly not an exact  science. It is rrvery risk" thing to judge  men by their faces. .    "~ '    ���������      '    "  .c  < ������=>  ,-  ���������<  *',~  'i"  ' ij  ������. -\-  .*?  *T  *?.* *  "<���������*--  A-  ^  r-  ^5-  ���������������*r>-r  .9  -JW  -TvJ  cc  *i-  5?  pi-  <~Ji-  *ir  ���������am  <���������'<:  **?**  -4-  ������5  *S,1  'if  *  .������?  "T*  *!������������������  fs*  -i*  r5A  '(���������  "*^*  ~;-  >\-  k -  X  rj-  ---.:'  '{������������������  Ai  '������-  AA  A't  $ *���������:'-  A*  fit  /,  <r    *-    ���������*���������!   -f.  {     V    !'  XS&Ek  *iit2&"  Just received a large assortinent of  Samples in Beautiful Designs,  -to-v.,  **/{���������  ti: "r  t-d~  ��������� ii*. >>���������'  ,A*Zjy  a4.~  A .<v *sr  ���������-r^.'f -./i.  At!? J~  '4<iy  4*s  ���������KB  HE GOT. THE PASS.  Ai:"' J?  fP;r'  AaAs*'  &&   *  f*X  AxfiL-L  ���������w*  And Tt Win ChnrK'C'l Vp Jnot ri' He  Hatl Su������i*:e.*������ted.   ,      l       ��������� ,  "Some years ago I was broke in New  York," said a newspaper correspondent,  4i$iL  aA$ ?;  "'" Q >���������������������  %     *>I -"A:  A*. ���������������������������' i*?*  4*'****  ! A*  *"-V������.*������*-^-.;*-^-.!<tf^.^*<5..C<������-T=-.^-^-.;������r  ������   Vf    i-   *   -t-    ifr   i.   <r    f   *   tr   *  ���������<-  *i^jff '. ,  t.-������ r  ^*%*[-  ���������^* -i\ **-��������� !  J. J* '  A^A^  1   i !9   *    ���������  ���������"*>A rf. $A*.  -~>*9 ;-^-  ���������~"5        *;-     '  4<$&  A*9. .Z  * *v ������������������'  * It -j .  A������$Jy  ^���������*   *2s.  ���������rrjti iff ������j-  ', ff -'  A^A' -  '     --?���������.?���������.������-     "  ' 2.   i '  A*  4t$.  9  ..*&9.*L'  (if-   .,i������  1 ***  ,rAy  -/.-"  ^9  ���������'���������'i i  ut \ representative -will - -call:; on yon  ��������� this week for; x  "and hearing that Colonel B..W. Wrcnu,"i 4*'^^ ^  passenger traffic  manager of the Plant,' A^Ak*  system, was in town, I called on him and  asked for a pass to Jacksonville.   It was  a pretty cheeky request, considering that  Wrenn did not know nu,<:from Adam, and  ho very properly turned me down.   How- >  ever, 1 had to have that pass, so 1  kept ���������  on   tackling  him,   each   time   presenting !  some new reasons why the road should  carry me to .Jacksonville.   The last time  I called the clerk wouldn't let me in and ;  handed  mo one of my  cards, on  which !  Colonel Wrenn had written:  'Keep this j  fellow out.   If he bothers mo any more !  I'll.so crazy.'    ������        * \  "That gave me an idea, and 1 made a I  bee line for  Mr.   Plant's  private office.  '.Mr.   PJiuit," 1  said," 'I   want a  pass lo j-  Jacksonville, Pla.' !  "The* old  gentleman looked at me in  amazement.   ���������  " 'On what ground'/' ho asked.  " 'In   exchange   foi" treating   Colonel  Wrenn for threatened mental trouble,' I  replied.  "Mr. Plant's face clouded. 'What kind  of a game is this, sir'/' ho demanded  sternly. 'Colonel Wrenn is perfectly sane,  sir, and I won't permit'���������'  "'Pardon me,' I interrupted, 'but Colonel Wrenn is at this moment apprehensive of lunacy and believes firmly lhat it  rests entirely with mo to avert the attack.  I have his written statement to that effect iu my pocket.'  " 'Let mo see it!' Mr. Plant fairly  shrieked.  "I handed him the card and got ready  to run. As he read the inscription his  face relaxed. His piercing eyes began' to  twinkle. Finally he lay back in his chair  and roared with laughter. 'Here, Mr.  Smith!' he culled to a clerk, 'give this  young man transportation to Jacksonville  and charge it to medical treatment for  Colonel VVreuu.' "���������Xew Orleans Times-  Democrat.  ,, Keveis  ���������yt9.^r  _y. iff , *?  ^ ������ rf**-  'rJ *\      ^     r'  ^**������.*S*..'  *&&*& ���������  ���������- AsS-L'  ~sz*9*'jir  ���������i**.*.L '  f if  AJ*z^UX&rf<,*&Al~i$<r>Jr&^^ ^li-A*^^:hi^h^U  S^'^-ft'-U-J^v^^'^tV'^-ft'^rPi'-Ss-Si'^rW'^ft'^'-V-^       -rt-^.-4<y.-*������-';-}.-tS-^.-tS-^.*������*5<**--Jj--^.;f^^^ ^���������^\^-^.:a-^..^'i^.^-^'^-^.^.-\^^\i^jf-,^  *.**���������&  ���������V*  in-)  V%**C*%>*W'-*l*VV^^  ���������ion  .'���������-���������'l!������  -listJ  >.&jinb Link  A W 2 p i p a? q    fi <ip ������I  VJ  a ��������� Navigation Company  ^  paBS"0oniin8!sial Route  Limited.  npi>r;vl,iug ICailo & Hiocan Knihvny,  liili'i-ii.-m'oiia! Xavirfatiun & Trading  Coinpfiiiy. ������������������  OGS AN' STEAMSHIPS  , Koyal Kail I.!iics.  CIicr,;--os-, Tcouto to taa OUI Country.-  .A LLA X LIN"K��������� Krom. ,I'ort*.n,i>rt  N'liitidi.-iM - '..'.'.      ml-i,-'.  lUrlsiim    -       -      -      ���������       '    r      -      l\,,j. ='  J.aiii'i.iit!nii  'J'llliihill!!    -  --N'lllilKllftll  ' L  ���������Al  ���������'.'���������  i "fc'vX  .Quick Time!  G-ood Service!  Class and Tourist Sleepers  Fi'onr  UUUhi  eean  SoJicdwIo of Tlmo���������Pacific Standard Time  Kti'cclivo ]���������'(:)������. 1st, l!)0!l.    ''  Kaslo ������s Slooa-a Slailway  Piweiigcr.ti'.-iin for Sandon and way stations  li'iiws 3vii*-.!ri ������ts a.m.; dally, icfuriiing, louvc-i  S.md'jti ut 1.1.3 lj.in., arriving nl ICiuilo 3,iVi p.m.  jrtnscrtiatio-aaZ A'aviyation and Trading  Costiiazty  Op'-i'.iLhi'rim Ivooienuy Luke und liiM.-r.  ���������.  I      S.f<. I.NTl'iCS'ATIONAI. U'il VCs IvIInIo for Xel.-Oll  nl fin.in.(Inilyexcciu rinndny; returning, leave*-.  DOMINION' LINK-Krom Portiinui.  Doiuiairm  t.'a in bir.ii nn  ���������'roin  Jfonlrciil."  Aiii lit  Apl. a-������  ?.fch -J3  Ajil  I  "   il  "iii.ct,-- I-.-neil TliMiiri:.!!   nnd l?ii;:iriigi  1 Uln-ckt-ri lo i>.'.-iiini!ic>n.  S.'Jl) leave  To A  S. 10 leave  Daily Trains  i{!;vklwto!-:k  .ij ;-uo.-i i:uo������'i:.vjv  Wc.-,!  .   !-.'(ivo tr.yi  i-yKW-j.  arrive Ki.tu  ! Nelfon nl  l.'-W p.m.. culltuif at linii'oui-,  i ilot  ! Hnv. Aln-'worih, rii'l all way point--; r'oiiiiocts  wiili S. I1'. Br S: train to tv.nl t'ruin ."ipokauc, al  Kivo'.'.lilu l'olni.  Lartlo-rn-.ncRii Division  I'MIKil   ALHKJ.'TA.  An Cncivil Conclnctor.  A New York lady traveling abroad  writes in a letter to a friend of her first  experience in a London omnibus:  "Tho conductor obeyed my signal to  stop and as I climbed (in assured rn*  that there was 'room for one more.' evidently meaning 'on top.' I stepped insidf.  and, seeing th-it the scats were all full,  thought nothing of- it, but braced' myself  against the door and prepared to stand as  I had so often done at homo in New  York.  "Imagine, then, my -surprise when the  conductor took mc by the arm, saying,  'You cawn't stand here,' and without a  word of explanation about rules or regulations thrust me out on the sidewalk. I  now declare that New York conductors  are models of knightiy courtesy and good  br-eeding as compared with those one  meets on the omnibuses in Loadou."���������  New York Tribune.  m  Tit  Canadian   Pacifie  Steamship Co.'s  5TEAME31S  ' IH ij.SS I,A N I ��������� a iul KOOTENA Y  Lsu-.'. .'.���������.���������rowl'������.'.i'l d'lily fo-.' ai! point,.4 iu ICoot-  cnny, making eon:H-ct.on       XakUsk for all  ]>oini,s on X.ikiHii. ic sJiocini  railway  and  Slocan Lake.  Clot'o eoiinei-tlori r.tKoh.-on  for Keh'oii ICooto  lii-y 1^-i;:o and Itiver -io!tif.\   Trail. Hom-  iund and all p<-n.l<. in Ho'.iud'U-y Cosititr;/.  '-"or foi!   iiifr.i-iiii.'tir.ii, ticket**. miip5, etc., elill  on or odd res-.  T. V/. fiHADSHAW  Agent, licvol.-itoke.  hlenniia' .Ml-crla li-i'vc-. Kr.-.hi for  Argfiiln nt-*:HUii.m. W'i"!iH:-d.i,\*-.  Lardu uud  Vniiemiver -  .   UKAVKll LLVE-I-'roin'st. John,  Ai'.-.wn,     '.  Lal'i' .'iiipcrioi-  l.nko 'liitnriu  Moiili'(,*a> ,  Jyiike Huron      ....".���������'        ���������-   .?-,  I'M-H-ni-cr-lu.-lcr.lcd lliroiiglt lo >dl j-.-irl.- oY  (ircat, l!rili*,in und Ireland, .ind ut -*|i<-i,-i:illv low  rales I ii nil | >. 111 -< <n' Ihi; Ktirnpciin I'oittinein .  Apply to nearest railway or .-u.'.im.-lii]i a^-eiil oi*  T.  \V. BRADSHAW. Agont,  IlovelstQkc.  TX^rS    TABLE'  S. " Lardeau.'!  .Sl'-i'UH-i-f. i-.OI at priiu-ipu,! Iiiiidiu^   in   both  direction-*, and ut "l.lier poinN whi-n sij'iiiilleil.  Tickets hold lu till point-- in tlunuda und the  United Kl ii le-*. . ,  To  iKK'f-rluhi  r.-ilo-i   and   full    inforiiiritlnn,  add res -:  liOISKUT IHVING,  5 U  ^lau.iKur. Knflo. IJ. 0.  s.  ('iiiniiM-itdii',' ?luy l,-(. lil-fi, Sicniin" ���������.<(,'.' run  as |i-l|'iu .���������!, ucallif-r |ii;rniiliiii-<:  Li'.nlu-,' Ari-uu licud l\\lc*j diiil> (nv C'oin.ipli.v  aiid 'I'lKiuihon's I.Hiding ul ink. i'nd \.jU.  Ifinvlnu Thoni--on'N f������'indin'.* for Avniw'lii'.nl  twice daily, at ::W und Klk.. m.-ikiiiK '.'lo'-*; connection,- with all (.'. I'. It. trains, and i-tennipr*..  Thn owners rc-ervo the right to clmngc tlnif-  of "ailin*;*. wlthoul notice.  V  UOlllXriDX.  .Mtllili;  ���������<���������!'.  ^rln  XV. V AXDKI.'SOS.  lr.iv. J-'.-.--. Ayctii.  K-SlrOO, B.U.  B..I. COY L7C,  A.G. I'. Axcnl.  Vancouver, b'.-V.  Canadian Paoitto navigation Co, Vi  -  '   At-ASKA   3������5'JT?J.  Steniiierr. for \Vr,ni>'Vl. .Ir.iiclit) and Sl:il/;wny  IctVc \ icl'ii-ia  'iivesy Wccl������o������tfay at 0 v- *n.  ii lid '-/anc-ouvci'  55vei-y ThnzuOny ai 2 v. ;n.  ^teamcf- for Northern  r-i-iiish ('oluinl-:,'t, poets  U'livii Viclorin and Vancouver weekly.  Kates, etc., on application lo  C. S. P,AXTF.l?. '  Uuircial l'-ivwcoiicr Agi'iil.  Vicloilu, IJ.C,  BAUER & ASHC1I0FT,  Boinion and Provineial  nd Sarveyops,  hai  .Surveyor*-of Mine-, .".liiieru! Cliiiiiis*un<l t'ro-.\i,  Land.'.  VANHOU VISII,   v>. LA iv
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harp,   or   any-   musical |
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sheet,music,  folios, etc
Will order   at the price jj?
registered     if     "nr   ""- *���
stock.
not   in
GanadaOrns * BookCo |
Messrs. Ralph Smith, Woodman and
Ilawthornwaite. of Nanaimo, came in
from the west this morning and will
probably hold a meeting here tomor-
iow evening,
Tickets will' be sold to Vancouver
and return in connection with ' the
Queen's Birthday celebration at single-
fare for round trip on May 22nd and
23rd good until May 23th.
The ladies are noted for tneir gentleness. This was evidenced Tuesday
evening by the careful man net in 'which
two of then) were seen^to handle a disabled bicycle on Lhe way to Ihea-epair
shop.
Archdeacon Pentreath, of Vancouver, will spend Sunday m Kevelstoke and preach morning and evening
at St. Peters 'church. ��� The Sons of
England \villnattend at the evening
service.
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At the City of Bevelstoke
��,OILS,.GLASSS
May 24th, 1900.
Revelstoke Station.
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IiOOAL ANB PERSONAL BRIEFS
J. B., Ores?man   is   hack   from
springs.
the
lid. Adair went up to Laforme creek
..Wednesday.
/'Wat" its the subject dealt with \\n
the Epworth League on Monday night.
A paper on the history of ..the war together with patriotic songs, recitations
and addressed make up-the programme
for Lhe,evening, Everybody invited to
attend.'
^
The rifle company will hold its first
shoot '(in Lhe. lange tomorrow afternoon, The regular drill; of the 'li. M.
'li. will not be held on Monday evening
next, but during the shooting season
drill will be held every other Monday
commencing May. 28t.h.
Ed.   CarrnLliei's  left  yesterday   foi
Ivehnvn.'i.
W. ,1. George is now manager of Jas.
Gill & Co's store.
. Yesterday's No. 2 had 2.j()  Empress
passengers on board.
,Jns. Taylor, purser on the  s s.  Kossland, was up last evening.  .
A death by drowning is reported to
have occurred at Leanchoil" Wednesday. . A young man working with a
survey party while overturning a large
rock lost his balance'Und fell over a
precipice about twelve feet and rolled
into the river being lost sight of.'
$'800'IN PHIZES-$800
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Just received One Carload of  Paint and Oil
(fa
a consignment of Stan ell Tools'
i^rsimiriuwx^t-ax^raamxjua^-a
WRENOE.
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Football, Bicycle Races,
Caledonian. G-ames,
Patriotic Speeches,'
Grand . Street    Parade,
1    , llevelstoke   City Band '    ���
. in attendance    -
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To conclude in the evening
'<   ���'    with a
MB CONCERT &'.BALL
T: KILPATKICIv,   Chairrnai:; '   '
B. 11. CAMPBELL;' Secretary.
tjp  Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass,'agent for Hamilton Powder Co A
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M ,      New ���iric'TsM.ylisli wash silks in three aiid'a ihlf yard length?, no Mil
^      \ two alike at 50c, 75c��� and,$1, call and see tl^inf        < " W
f CRASH SKIRT^��*s^>   ���'        ' -   ' '      ' ?   "���-   ��!
We have a line of. crash" skirts  which we want (o lilear so have  W
reduced the price from 53.50 to $f. , Mp
WRAPPERS AND BLOUSES.''    -    '      '      "    X
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VX���1 r"V*?-?'.th{l(,.,w<:S1,,R sel,|��S Wrappers at 75c. and Blouses Wp
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at 50c.   btyli?h and nice assortnient left, call and see them.
li.    Jelly,  ^telegraph    operator ���  at
Sicain'otis, is in .town today.    ,
A.  Johnson,   of   the   Herald,"   went
dou-ii Lo the coast last evening.      .   ���
l?'.,Ji3. Smith, ol'.fvamlooptr, 'came up,
from .Nelson yesterday returning
home.
Wm. Simons, who last fall for a
short, time rendered valuable assistance
to the band as solo alto player, went
through Iievelstoke yesterday returning homo Lo Montreal where he will
aga n join hU old band, the Royal
Scot*-:' Billy spent the winter in California and' says that he had.. the
pleasure of playing with some good
bunds while there.
���a nn
Waverley Mir.es, Will Resume.
'GOD SAVE Til III QUKISN.
NOTICE.
"VTOTICIC i.-j hereby'.'���i'.'cii tlwit nl the cxpira-
J_>' tion of HO days from lliis d.ito tlio liend
;Olli(;c oi- ))i-iiK'ii'iil]'liiLeVjt' liiu*iiio*i-30l' Mio Hi-own
Jiear iMioiny iir.d J>o\<-1o-jiiiui)(, Co!i)])ij,n*,' Limited Liability, will be ch.ingeil from Donald, B.
C.J to ltevoi-tolv-e, 11. C. ,  ,  ' ' :
Dated 27tli April, I'.U'J.
GI-;t). 3, JtoCAUTKlt,
.   ������   '' "SQlicltovl'ortlieCoiiipitiiy.
THE
^ISSII
Fresh Cod,  Halibut,  Salmon,' Htc,  Smoked
, Fish & Kippers ;t Specialty.
Family, Groeors, "ancl Procliiee Merchants,"
Second   Street,
CAREFUL ATTENTON.
PROMPT   DELIVERY.,
.l.U.ites, of Thomson'-- Landing, was
a 'visitor do Revelstoke on Tuesd.'.'.y
evening.
The Sons of l-Jngland are pri-pariiif.
a float fur the parade on Lhe Queen':
llirthday.
(���'. li. Manuel, of Donald, spent a few
days in town Lhis week returning home
this morning.
A Japanese working on the railroad
east of Golden was yesterday stnu-k
by a rock and badly injured.
F. McCirty returned ' Wednesday
evening fr��,m the Ok.-m.-ig.-ui with -.
carload of stock for- P. Bums & Co.
H. J. Pratt, of Nelson   but fortnr-ilv
v , of Revelstoke, is spending a Ikw  da\>
in town having ����� good  time amongst
old friends.
Seem
lire you: ticket for the conceit
oil the evening ��,f Uu- Qu,.e���-H Klr.tJl.
d.'iy. Plan al. the Cmuida Drue fz
Hook Co.V Mrnv.
Ha vi
���'����� Ji Inuk at flh-s-uiiplesof w.Ul
imiu'i-jii^op,.,,*.*,! ;ll [,|���. (���;,���.���,,,, I)n]���
���fc Cook Cn.A, ,,|)(.y ;u���. vt,,.y ulvllv.ul"'
prices r'-asonable.
tl
^\ . .M. L.-iwr.Mice .-.ii,| T. T;iv|,.��-.c th-*
politic;.! i-andi-l;,,,,...*, made ,\" trip m,
I'"1 line U-cdni-vl.-.y |10Irli,lf/ ��� f<)int
"ic.-tingat Hicf.-nicw,,,*l ,JimL ovenin-.
.Tickets .-ire now (,n s,.,i(. j-or. lhc,
fluiinato lif-iirev-riterl �����,!,.,. ai-spiVcs
"f Lhe Ifevr-l.iokc City |;.,nr]# j>uo{.
vour .eats eai'ly,,,. ,,|K. (:,,���.,,,., lh ^
I'��)(ik (.ci.'n store.
After   considerations  of   numerous
schi-rncs the shareiioldei's of   the  com
panics organized by Graut-Govan hope
that they have hit upon a plan  whereby thoy may get back tho money they
have invested"   in     these    concerns.
Sonic few years back Mr  Grant-Govan
came out to Crilisb Columbia 'and  or'1
ganiz'-d     the.   Goldliulds     of   Uritish
Ci'Insfjbia, .Limited, whioh had a   nominal capital of ,��-'371,042   in fully paid
���shares of It I 'each.    The company  acquired several claims in   the neighborhood of   Revelstoke. as well as several
in the. tjlieal Buy district on the Coast.
It also purchased the townsite at Shoal
/jay.,    A considerable amount of work
was done o i the Tangier and Waverley
claims'i>i C'ip fitJvelstoke   district,and,
i subsidiary ewi.-'panies were  formed   to
I acquire and ."-eveiop   these  properties.
2\ong of the coinp'-in'es. isxrwever, have
had a very successful career "a.-}4  for
some time past all work has been   suo
pended on. all thi-properties.   On Monday'last the shareholders of tbe   three
companies   htj.d   meetings  nnd   after
considersble discussion agreed to aih&i- :
garnate the various concerns under the
title of the J'Jriipire Goldfieldu. Limited. |
The rem aim" i ig suiii of Os per shaie  in j
'.he Tanirier find    U'avcrh-iv   coiniianies
- - *- *���     .
will bi- eali'id up ,uiri lhi<,    with   other
Hi-ct-, uiii.it. is thought,, provide ample
capital    fur' (Ih*   development  of the
V.-1I iiiU-   plopel'tics.
VANCOUVER.     .
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RATES   S2.50, PER    DAY.
Wagons, Delivery .Rigs,
Buggies,  Etc./ .
JAS. MOMAHON'S
t>
Blacksmithintr and Woodwork
done on short notice.
Carriages   Built   to   Order,
Vour Pocket-book
may ljo low but nobodj-yces it., but.
.if yoni- clotlios ni'c shabby thaL
sul.l It'h it, nobody wnnts to know you.
Ladies or Gcntf. Tailor Made C'IoLIk-s
vteCajrcd and cleaned in yoocl sij-lc.
Call or kcivI pos-t card.
Samuel   Needham, Dougias  St.
,  ' KstablMied Vo year--.
ft'Jj'iolly L'nion Jjiibur &ho]i.
FIRE & "LIFE INSURANCE. AGENTS,  ' ���.'
p " "^^-^NOTARIES sPUBLIC, ETC.
FIEST   STRBET,-   BEVELSTOKE:    .
THE SPRING; STYLES;    ���.   - ���.' ���
are   beauties.    The   Spring*   wiH   bc here before yoir
know   it   and   you   will   be   uncomfortable with your
heavy  winter  suit.      Pick   our your pattern now and
,    have your Spring- Suit in time.        ' l /       ,
New Spring Styles in Woolens.
JrL    .CIRIESSIMLAJSr,'
First Street, Revelstoke.
Our Assortment of
*-g-c*--yw^*^.*TO*^'��-g^
"cKdc-n 7f>*> n license to Cut Timljtrr*
on Dominion Lands in the Province* of Brftis}) CcJumbia.
B
Highest Cash Pric-i, Paid for
.MiMiih.-i.s f.r <;oiuf, ,mi,. rj,.Ki,i{. i. o.
I'\ and vi-,iHi,K hrct Invii mc requested
to licptvsenfcHf the |(,fjS(j r()0m llL <j
o'(.'Iri(.'k on Thur-'-d-iy moniint,' nt-x!, lo
join in th*; p-n-.u]-.
'������"..���Id's phntrr, .in..,-||| i ijrliL. lie will
hnv��' more help next, week jlMr| he n.blc
lo finish ;ill ordcis in t, f,.w d.-ij-s.
O.ihiiict-- nt, nboul UnW pric-f.* for- a few
-fc'---"- ���      ' ' o
days 1
ontrci-,
(i.'.Ai.l'.H i'KXfiKi.'r--, adflr-'-'d u> (lie i-iulr-j-
I ) w-:'ii"il ,u,(l ni.'ir!.','l nn llirt'm'.'loj-e ������'i'iuAia-
lor 1'i'iibi-,- H i.li ���.'.')," fo b>- i.;>--r-'-d on fh<; |m!i
dny ol .lii!if,.-.c\i. v./II Ik- iv<-<-i\i'd nf. ihi-
IicunrinK hi I'nfil noon on Morcl.i\, ilic l^fb
(luvii:'.linn- I'.JIH!, fur,i !ii-fii-i: fo flit tilnbi j-ni) ,
tif-i-lli >. >. -J.Ti. i f.n.firi-ni},' 11 jr.- Xorlli li.tJt j
oi   Scr-I ion   ;.-,: i!���   .--ouiit     i),,|j-    rind     X*jij.1j-i id
'Act      i,ll,lll(l-      .)f      -,r>|-|,irm,    :'(/;       -J,(J        .-"oil til
li.ill    ot      .-("-lion     -JI,     ilir-   K-jiirh     i,f,i|-     ,,f
J-ci-Ik.ii   U'J. :���;"(���; urn,  .'.:, .'.-,, -JI], ���>-   .md   l.lirj  Wllnl
li.ill   of- **'(���(';nut  -j'.), iu 'J'ov,-ji,|,i[i ���_>.-,,   J*,u)��|.  n
W I -I  of (lie .",\\\ M(-i"W),ili. ill Uic >ui(l J'|-OVII|r;r;,
(''ujj.iiiiiiitfiiii ,'iic-'i of ii,7,}.soi|,i|v- uiilcj, moi-fjoi-
le^.
Tlie ivj/ijl.ifioji-. nufloru-liiffi a i,;/jciiuc will h"'
i'.'ii'jd ni.-ij' he olil.-iinci) nt flit-, nc)i,(i-(iii(;nl, rn-
��� iMIic (i!li'-r- of | In.- Ci-ov.-u Tit)ii)i;r A^rjuf. .it,
\'-\t  Wr-I'iijii-i.-r.
!'..n J) I, nil'-i-  inn  f lir;  ,ii;"oiiJ{i.'iliird   In. ,iji ,i<
' "p|rd <'l|i ';i|(' oil ,1 < ll.ifl^rcd  Ij.ll.k  III  I'.lVOIll* ot
I In. I��i-jjiiiy ol  tin; Miui.M.i-or Mir; ; :j f r-i-j'r��j-r for
tlio iimoiirit ot1 ihf l.on'i-- whicli (ho .-tjjj)!ir;fiiit U
prcjMrcd lo jiny for.i Iii-'oinc.
No tdiirlcr liy telegraph will bc fjuloi'liiliujd.
All -Jii|��i,i' iii ��� (in c-.'.'imined liy mc iiri
-orjn fi- 11'cv .il I M'c. i'ioni|it rr-liiriw ns*
r.inrd. i 'r',<:i ��� .ir ��� loo }i.j;h lo w/ii'i-anL
holdi'mf grjodn for ,-niy lc|i';ll! of liiiiu.
j'flli    "IIO'll'J   k'JI'll    ported on    (Ifc l-L-tlll'lln
yo11 v;.'/ Irom
C, >7  EAIiDWIN,
P. O. f{(i\ {.'il       "   A;-. ...'. for.liw. l/llinan
V/innipog, Kt.'-jj.
ATTINGS
ALL PAPERS,
ERY GOODS,
Etc., is the Largest hi the West.
Samples Free en Request.
eanmiess
is next to GrO(iliness.,,
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