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 ^Provincial Library    June 99  ik  V0L8.-N0. 6..  B.EVFJLSTOKE. B. G, MAY -1-7, LOW.  $2.00 Per Year.  <,  Come ancLSee Our,Beautiful Display  i     of .Spring Merchandise.  I BEAUTIFUL WHITE GOODS;  m "       F<,uic\'\-Whitc-'.Mucins; '���������    All-over  W Laces, '.Valah'cines^etc. ���������'���������';:���������'���������    ���������"���������..,  ���������M , . ...\������   ;.-*���������**��������� ���������"-���������.      '_"-���������'.    :**-''  ������SWISS & DIMITY MUSLINS. . w  i . .   * * ��������� ' ���������  \m A most beautiful assortment-of* these  slii6nable"'2*oocl's 'in'various^blors at  //7 Session This Week in Revelstoke.���������-Complimentary Bahquit Given  By Gold Range Lodge in Honor of the Occasion. ' t  Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias  came lo order at 9:30 a.m., Tuesday  with Grand GhancellorM. L. Brown  lhA7.  :-2a;.-.2 5-ahcl 30,"cents.  j UNDER SKIRTS;^ !������������������ ���������.'-'  ,m<   ���������  , Mercerised" Sateen . Skirts '.'in endless  colors���������AH'pnces. '   .  lEASTER GLOVES.,  "  ;    " L"      We sell .the "famous -Perrin's. Gloves  ���������Once worn always asked for.  i  BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS.'  -���������'���������-,  '      , j ������". J _ ��������� ' , t* '  Just  to "hand  the  finest shipment of  '.Boys' Blouse  Suits. ' These are the M*  ���������   ���������' ������   ���������   . -"best  macle^in ^Gariada; and don't'rip -M  wli  ere;  I MEN'S CLOTHINGi.  \Ve.' have ";-just opened-- up a .j large ||j  range of ' beautiful*/ Satin--lined;;J?AlJ- ~A  wool Serge'arKJ -Worsted" S'u.its.-ahd |^  marked thc'nr-'-away' dQvyn. Call and pj  *ie us before buying*,elsewhere.  .    ���������   ps  MoSenzie.-'iiven-iie."-, i:  HilllilllHIIll ^iSl^:^;.^.^'ffl  in lhe chair, and lhe following  Grand Lodge officers in attendance:  Grand Vice-Chancellor Noble Binn?,  ���������Trail; Grand Prelate II. Hoff-  mcister. Vancouver ; Grand Keeper  of Records and Seal Emil Pferdner.  Victoria ; Grand Master of Exchequer Geo.- Johnson, Xanaimo ;  Grand Master at Arms A. Ferguson.  Xew Westminster a Grand Inner  Guard C. F. Nelson, New Denver ;  Grand Outer Guard John Thompson', .Cumberland; Supreme Representatives H. JV'A'nstic, Vancouver,  and T. Aekcrman, New-Westminster.-     .-."'     .  ...The following    delegates "were  present:  .Far   West. 'No.   1, Victoria. T.  Gold', W, P." Smith. '    ���������  Wellington,. No. 2, Ladvsniith.  D. D. Griffiths.   ,...,.,    .  Granville, No.' o,"Vancouver. J.  Irvine.  Nanaimo,   No. 4,  Naiiaimo, A.  Manifold. Ii. Rcifel.  Roval, No. 6, New Westminster.  G. Bl'akeley. ��������� ;  Rathbone, No.  7, Vancouver, R.  Brooke.  .-   Damon,   No. 8.   Extension, ,R.  Haddow.  Benevolence, No. 14. Cumberland.  R. H. Hudson.  Maple, No. ,15. Duncan'.--.  R, N'.  Whidden. ',   ; '���������  Granite.  No.- 1G. New Westminster, F.T.'Maxwell." c  'Victoria,  No.  17,"Victoria, E. P.  Nathan, A. E.' Greenwood.  Coldstream.  No.  18,-Vernon,' R.  W. Neil.  Crusader,' No.  19, Vancouver, J.  H. Simpson. ...  ���������  Primrose.1 No. 20. Kamloops, G.  T. Mallcry.'R. Mackay.  Rossland, No. 21,  Rossland, A.  G. Creelmaii.  New Denver,,No. 52. New Denver,  G. Sutherland. ��������� '       ���������  next place of meeting'which will  held in Mav next.    ���������.  be  Trail,  No.  0'->  Trail, J. R. Wid-  FUT  IB  ->-/  fi-rorporuted by net of PmliaiufinUSoG.    .-  HEAD OFFICE .-".      ������������������-  -   '���������'.���������'MONTREAL  V>"ii. Molson AiAOi-niinsnjr, Preu.      8. II. EwijfQ,'Vke-Pi-es.   ������������������.'  J.vmks Elliot, General Manager  . ,  PAID UP CAPITAL- ��������� ���������      ���������       ��������� "'     '$:>; 500,000  RESERVE  1,050,000  ucticr-il bunking business Ivunftictcl.  Interest allowed on deposits fit currciit rates.  J.-D. MOLSON, Manager, - '       BEVELSTOKE, B. C.  Sandon. Chas.  group of claims owned  by  Messrs.  Ma gee and Bostock.   The company  expects to  work its property Ibis  , - ,    n r     'summer   with    J.  B.' MacKenzie.  Hem) Items From till SitlVJundmj   ]0Ci[\  representative and manager'.  in charge.   This is a well known  group in which all mining men who  have seen it 'have great confidence.  F. R. Blockberger is-, expected .in  Mining Camp:.  The force of men on the Eva will  be increased now that..the trail is  open and supplies-can be taken in.  The owners' of- the Black Bear  and Eclipse are calling for tender.-"  properties.  A crew is at wor-k getting the  sawmill in shape and it is expected  that they will be ready-, to start  cutting next week.    ,  Lust week Messrs.. ,Rowlands,  Butler and Derosia made a big.  strike ot free gold on (he lAickj/  Jack,-a propertv ��������� located., near -flnr-  Eva.  Angus McKay and J,  B. Mac*  Kenzie made a strike while doing  assessment   on   their..propcn-jlv at  7-Mile showing tip native copper.  '.'Assay-samples have been sent out.';  ���������:]i:'.J." A. Magee. has-', soleh a-'half ���������  interest in his pack train to JY A. ���������  Hhicldsand they intend, putting on  moi e. horses ii nd'-.ii, f.rciglu',teii-m, this  kimnier. The pack train is now  busily engaged'.inking, iii supplies  to the properlics. ���������       .' '���������' '; '  befpro.tlie end.of the month to do  01  mei\ S. F. Peterson.  Sfiiidon, No. 24)  Culver.  Nelson, No.  ^5, Nelson, L. frcott.  Gold Range, No. 2G. Revelstoke,  J.W. Cross,-  Okanagan, No. 27, Kelowna, J.  Downton.   ���������  Greenwood. No? 29. Greenwood'  1). Smith,'  1 he reports oi tlio Grand.Chancellor, --Grand Keeper of Records  and Seals', and of the different committees were read and adopted,  much favorable, comment being  passed as to the success attained.  Those entitled to the rank of lhe  Grand Lodge v.cre then instructed  therein. - .      ' ���������!-,;*���������  The remiind'er'oi "the morning  session was devoted fo.the 'despatch  of the. usual routine business.  D.oubtlessi .some of the ^representatives must1 have.felt very tired after  their long journey from the differ  , . coMPUMicxr-AitY rit:'���������;-]���������;������������������.  Tuesday- evening the. Grand  Lodge officers and dele-gates logethi r  wiih representatives from the sister  societies of .the eitly and a member,  of the council were entertained by  Gold' Range Lodge at a complimentary supper' in the opera house  followed by a'programme of music,  recitations, etc.  Three table?; tho-.length'of the  hall, were spread for the occasion,  the caterer being A. N. Smith of  the Revelstoke Bakery, and these  decorated with menus representing  the colors of the order, as did also  tho bunting Used in the decorations  of the hall throughout, presented a  very pretty aspect, Chancellor  Cpmmanckr Buvridge '.presided at  the head.'of the centre table  supported by Grand-.Chancellor-  Brown and .other members of the  Grand Lodge, while" Vice Chancel-;  lor Buck, at the, foot,-had on his  right and left 'the Supreme Lodge  i"epresentatives,Bro3, Aekerman and  'Anstey.  .  'ihe following toast list, was taken  up when all had satisfied themselves with the'good things provided  for the supp?r: The King ;" The  President of,the United States; the  Supreme Lodge,, responded to'by  Bros. Anstey and Aekerman;. the  Grand ��������� Lodge, Grand Chancellor  Brown ; Subordinate i Lodges proposed by Vice Chancellor ��������� Buck  coupled "with' lhe name of Chancellor Commander Burridge; 'Visiting  Lodges, Bros. Evans and'McGrum ;  Sister Lodges, X)\ G. Bimcv, for I.  OX., R. Gordon for I.O.Q.F., J. A.  t-tinger for I.O.F., B. A. La.wson-'for  -A.-F. and A.M.-, Wi G, Watson-i.for  S.O.E., L, Scott for. Grand .Orient;  Army and ,Navy,  H.  A. Brown ;  oflicial \isit to.our lod.^e in-M;ucl)  last, you. Grand Cliancellor, were good  enough to s-iy kind words aliou.t ii-*,  and your cnroiira^ing nnd instructive'  remarks were, fully sippi-t'ci-itc-d. ]  lliiulc ] can safely as*-uic- you, Sir,  that Gold I{;iiii;e Lodge will ever  sl.iiie to give a good account of ilself,  knowing full well tha'., peipsislenl ed'ort  is I lie. key to tlie casllu of succ'cds. in  conclusion, llrother Knights, lot nie  express a hope lliat'-you may thoroughly enjoy, and profit liy, your,all  loo lirief ���������jojuurn.wiili us .so that when  you reliini lii your respective lnnues  yiiii will carry wil li you pleasant, and  abiding recollections of this your first.  oliicial vi.sic to lhe aspiiiug young city  of lte\elj,toke.  ���������f Hail! Pyiliian Kni������hls, all liail!"'  Let friendship long prevail  , And liiud us'fast ;  May liarinnny and.peace  Cur happiness increase,  And frieni^hip never ?ease,      -   ���������  Whilci life, doll) last."-  LlC.VUL 11. "Duck, V. C  NOMINATION  AND ELECTION  Contests in Election for Mayor and  Aldermen.  Si-leclinn, olTlicslra, Messr.-. Tavlor.  O.irrtitliei'.s mul O'Neil; song, Lawrence  O'Ni'il ; recital ion. Frank Day ; selec-  linn, orcliePlra, iless-r.--.' Kincaid and  O'Neil; sotifr, W. XV, Winsor; jecila-  lion, J. XV. HeniH'Ll ; soup;, If. Cuuk;  elnrinnet. solo, L. O'Neil ;, serpi'i-.lir.e  danee. Irene McOiuin; song, It. McKay ; cake walk, Walter and Hazel  Buck; H-lfcclion, Messrs, Kinriii'l muicI  O'Neil: recitation', 13. A, Lawson; song,  Ouv Barber; diiiice, "(\1111iu lliro'(lie  rye," Joe McCruni; song, Di.Camith-  ers ; song, R. lladdow ;. piccolo solo,  Fiunk Day ;, song, E. G. Bui-ridge ;  j-rdection, Messrs. Kincaid and O'Neil;  song,'J. W. JJeiineli; clarionet solo,  L: O'Neil; song, ll.'Uook; God save lhe  King.  Dr. Gaii'iilliers and It. M. SmyUie'  presided at," lhe piano thioughout Hie  evening. ,, ,  Noiuinaiions foil, mayor of0 the  City of Revelstoke and r an ' alderman to fill the, vacancy caused bv  the resignation of Aid. Newman  were held on Tuesday there being  a.contest in each casei For Mayor,  W. S. Newman was nominated bv  C. B. Hume, and R. Howson. while  \V.,'M. Brown's ]">apers were signed  by,R. S. Wilson and W. Cowan.  For Alderman; John McLeod was  brought out.by Jas, Mathie and I-J.- '  J. McSorley, and M. J. O'Brien by  C. B. Hume and F.'B. Lewis.  The election was in progress today, and   was   warmly contested,   ,  ''Cliuiimaii. I teams and vehicles being on hand  "  early this morning hauling voters  to the polls. '  The vote was not a ���������  large one owing to the number who  had neglected  having their names  placed 011  the voters  list at  last  'revision.     The   usual   feeling  of  town   versus   C.  P. K.   was v'erv  much in evidence during, the few  days which elapsed   between, the  nomination and election1 and verv'  few ventured, any odds/on either"  side  in   tho    mayoralty  contest,  while but very little interest was  taken in the aldermanic election,-  At four o'clock the poll closed  and within' half an hour Returning  Officer Shaw announced the count  development "work  on   groups  u- . . ,        - ���������-  claims'in which'Jac is- interested. \ X n?s 0I'0U.r f^r province a in,  Mr.'DeStDelmos, who is associated j]  ���������B1JW!������ wel1 t?r-111'-e c������fluranco ������  for tunnelling on  their wpcclivftLwith Mr. Blockberger has  been in   tho������C coiwcrncd  lhat  they turned  h l 'the old country during the winter | up on the "dot ot time-.     .  and it is reported that'he has sue-!     Hw aitc-rnoon session was'caled  seeded 'in interesting considerable ! l0 order b-v lho Grand Chancellor  capital in.this  section   and  shortly return to the camp,  will  ������������������ \j  Made During the Week by Revs/-  .   .'      sioko Merchants.  IL Howson���������FeVguson.  ... Morris'   &'��������� ��������� Steed���������Illcciliewaet.  Arrowhead.'  ' 'Taylor ���������& George���������Ferguson.Jlle-  eillewact, Arrowhead. Comaplix.  Thomson's  Lnn'ding. Craigelhichie.  W. ��������� Ail. * Lawrence���������Ferguson.'  Thomson's Landing. Comaplix.  Wigwam.' Illcciliewaet. ..Camborne,  Glacier.; ���������  C.  B.'pHume & C11���������Arreuvhead.  TheMinnesota Mining & Develop-'  liient CbM which is-being' incorpo-1 Comapliy,    Thomson's     Landing,  rated under the  lawn   of 'British   Trout I Jake, Fqrpuson. Fire Valley.  Columbioj -line bowght- th������? Xt-llic J fjicamou.", i?nlmon Arm,  at '2 p. 111. when ro.utine business  was taken up for the balance of, the  day.  Wednesday forenoon the.bfilance  of the routine business was completed and,the following officers  elected and installed for the coming  year:  Grand Chancellor���������Noble Binns,  Trail.  I    Grand Vice-Chancellor���������H. Hofi-  moister, Vancouver.  >. Grand Prelate���������A Ferguson. New  Westmin*ter.  Grand  Keeper ,of  Records,-md  i'eal���������Emil Fferdr.er, Victoria.  -'Grnnd Master of  Exchequer-rE.  ;P. Ndihdn. Victoria.     ' '.,.,.  Grand   Master at  Nelson. New Denver.  Grand Inner Guard���������J, Thompson. Cum! crlr-nd.     ���������   "  Grand Otitc-r Guard���������G. Johnson,  Nanaimo,   !; '  Vii)ic9uvcr. waff chosen flg-.thv  Citv of Revelstokc,- W. S. Newman:  The Prjss. G, IC. Grogan and B, R.  Carnpbjll; The Ladies. Bros. Nelson, jiayne and Hoffnieister; Our  Guests, Dr^Cavruthei's; Gold Bange  Lodge, Bros. Buck and -Bennett.  ' Next cam? tho programme with  Vice Char.cc'.lor Buck in the chair.  Tho chaiiman read the following  address of welcome which' was afterwards handed over' to the Grand  Ch'a'iieellov'. ���������  AMMJLU Ol-' WliLc'OMK. , ������  Wrand Chiincullor, Olii.Kis. mid Dele  gilPR, Grand Ludg", Jvnights 0!  l-'ythiiis. ' ������������������'���������:,,.,.*  Brothei' Kniglits,-7-.lt is not my in-  leniinii lo   keep   y>\.v unite'than a few  minutes   from   the   enjoyment  of   tin  Hiiieflainuieut   which has lieen proviii  "fl fur   vou   by   the local artists'wliosi  names wm will  see nn the programme,  'i'he duty   which- has  heen "assigned  me this ew niug is uf 'a   veiy" pleaMim  natuie  and   I   may  he pardoned, perhaps, if I .say it'wills with a me'asuYable  degree of  pride''and gratification that  1 learned   i   had   heen selected, by lhe  Maimuiii"   Cninmitiee,  fin   hehair'   o.  Gold Range Lodge, tu foinnlly px'tem.  in \1111, Sirs, 11 iiiiiMt, cordial we.lcuine* li  our city, more especially when we con  sider   the   worthy   motives  thai  hm  iirought Vo'if-from   nil parts 1 if our fan  province  lo  assemble   and   deliberate  iu convent inn here iu our midst.  Your   aiming   heie   to   review  ilii  prnspciily   thai   has a.'. I ended llie'mn  1 eil   ciTui'ls of  iuii-   noble  older in lh-  ,ni*t   and   to  ndnpt  methods  of pi<..  rediire nudei which the success; iiliend  altained   may   be   continued   and  in  creased in the  future  should have the  best wishes uf the, people, of Itevelstoki  for you are the   accredited   represent,  lives of a society .whose chief aim is !���������  benefit, the indii idiudjiud family, and  through lhem, society 111 large.  J11 your select io'1,1 of iicw-lstnkc f<������  this coin cut i.uii 1 dfisiie, on behalf (���������  iIik brellnen heie, to thank and cm  ���������,'iMtulate yiiu, and to...assure you tin t  vour presence at ibis part irul.ir jun ,  uirer:givi-s us unalloyed pleasuro, and  '���������ve. sinceiely   trust   that your sessioua  Unsuccessful Attempt' at Removal.  ������������������,  ���������Petition Circulated.    ���������������  as follows:  0  l-'OH  MAYOtt.    '  '  ,W, M, Brown  108  ,W. S, Newman  86  l-'OK   AliDEKMA.V.  John MeLeod  31  ,'     M.J. O'Brien"-  :-3  Some of the residents of the upper  town being of the opinion that the  band stand wtfs'iidt situated-]n'the  proper locality 'formed a"party for  its removal during the small hotfrs  of   Saturday    morning.     Shortly  after midnight  two of  our gallant  young men appeared on the scene  of. action each armed with an axe  and, after sizing   up the situation  ' rocoeded'to business,    These were  followed' by others and in a short  time about twenty men and two  teams were ' to hand.   Next came  .the difficulty of removing the flag  .-taff, which it was found would interfere by catching on  tho electric  light  wives,   and   after discussing  tho question of who was to remove  th; stuff a-ladder was procured ana  ���������On ������������������ gentleman mounted it reaching  th ' top in safety bringing down 1be  off jnsivc pole with an axe,   Skids  wjre roon  in  place and the teaiiu-  "hi died   on  but  after two or three  trials it was found that theyweie  11 jt   equal  to ,the occasion. \ The  irrty then decided that rollers wen  11 ccssary and started out in search  0" these  but as  yet have not returned.'  The episode of  Friday night was  nit all, however, as the following  morning R. "Tupping   espied   thi  d sfigurcd 'structure and   at - onci-  s arted out  with   blood  in his cyi  h j having taken  up the original  s ibrcripUon  towards the  erectioi  if the stand.   He then started ;  pMition    which    was     circulate!  iiuongst   the.     subscriber.-,       If  if whom expressed their wish tha  tic stand'should   remain on th.  present site.  It is  now up,to the band whicl .  i' may be said, are the principal .  he member.-" having done the maj< i  pjrtion of the work of constrnotioj  i.'sides   contributing' about    oiu-  t'lird of lhe cost in cash.  SCHOOL ELECTION  Secretary Graham's Term of Office  ��������� Expires on June 30.���������$8000  ' For New School Building.  There being some doubt a^ to the  dates of expiration of office of the  trustees on the, local .school board  now that the amended act is in  force, the matter ^-as referred to the  superintendent of education wl.o  replied as follows:���������-  Victoria, May 11th, 1901,  T. J. Graham Esq.,  Secretary School Board.  Revelstoke, B. C.   '   ���������  ', Sir,���������Your letter of tho 6th insi,  has been duly received,  I enclose copy of tho'A'meridmciit  to the School0Act. Your term cf  office expires on 30th June next,  If you are re-elected, you, as- well  as the other Trustee's, will hold  office only until the 31st December,  15)01, when a new election will le  held.  In reference to the comer piece  of, ground adjoining the seheol  grounds I am * informed by tie  Lands &, Works Department thr.t  the land does not belong to the Provincial Government., It probably,'  belongs to the Dominion Government.  A sum of .1=8000 has been provided  for the erection of a new schot 1  builditw in Revelstoke,  I hive the honour to be.  Sir,  Your obedient servant,  Alexander Robinson,  Supt. of Education,  lu onnection   with   the   abets  Mr. Graham informs  us that   10  nil be a candidate for re-election.  LEASANT TO TAKE.  :*i.rnif;���������G. <1'. ^deliberations may be of a most iinii  .cable, nature, - productive! of., lastiiiL'  ���������good 1 and a wholesome example ol  'unify and fraternal charity so essential, to t'lie,vvell.,beiii'r of our bekivci���������'���������  nrdei  '6  On the.ai'Mwion' of ythr iutlividuu.  *   Doctor of' Optics.  ,  W.J. Harvey. F.'O.M.O.-I . Pm,!*">-"���������  ��������� f   Oplilli.'ilinoliii.'y,   Ducliii'of   Of il i'  ml' h*i'ii'iilillc  Optician,   will   be at 1  ���������I. Alluin'n   ji'Wi'h-'iy Vim���������'(-, (in   f-j tin  ay.    May   23lh,   for   th.'   puipose   i  iitin^   special l'"s   and' doing ^ciii'i. '  Oitienl v nr..  1),". llai'Vcy boliN lei li-i ,-  of   ler'oin'uien'datidn   frnm   niany  p-r  -ons in Canada and the U. S. who h-iv.  u'l'U relieved,I'runi  iom'|ilii-ated visua  lefecls,  and  their'.'-'sialic  coinplcleh  Will.-,' En^li.-h Pills are pleusuullo  ���������ike, never Ktipe, .u-.-fi-.-f. from pojmji ���������  u> ingredients, ad gt-nlly and nattii-  ily, and are a gua ran toed cure f. p  "'im.tinaliou and il.-i'vil--. Each In x  i.mrra 11 t"d to civv iznni] ������-cc,iii^ ,,...��������� u  noney refunded. At all dru^ists 23  1 box. or n-i it  liy iii.nl on i t-L-t i| t  cenl.  of ni-ii-i'. - Th.. U'f  Limited, Montre.i  ���������& Hicllardson L'i  Seven ships have ulreJuly been cbart  e.i-d to io,fu\ salinon. The eai v  ''ove'ment indicated lliat a big p^ck ef   v   "n" nuiv a  .*tlil������ i-Jt'SjH'ctetl'thl������ 5(.nisoii,; THE KOOTENAY-MAIL.
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A. McKim �� Co., Agonls.   -
Dcsbiii-iits Advertising Agency.
I   "
"Alexander &  Co.,  Advertising Agent,--. o-M.
VirQ. Ave.
K. (!. Ihi'.-e, GI and Uj Merchant.-. Exchange,
Kciningtou Lrbs,, 3JG Broad wuyi ���
Tin; Kootexay Mail has a first-clans oir-
dilution in the I'itv of Kevelstoke ami sur-
rmiiirliiig disiiiet, and also at the following
Albert C.uivon Illeeilicvvaut
(llneier lingers l'a.-s
���    ('olden Salmon Arm
��� Arrowhead Thomson's Landing
' Coiimplix Camborne
Trout I ake City Ferguson
Halcyon Hot Sprint;.-" Naknip
Bus ion City Fire Valley.
. Vicroi'iA.' May H���Parliament was
pmronued tiatnrday night liy Just|cp
Walkoiii, administrator; acting for
Lieui,-Governor Sir Henri Joly, who
���s in Ciilifniiiiii Hying tn regain his
health which lias bniMi niucli impaired
dm ing liis residence in British Col-
uiiiln'i.        c
Dining llio- spssimi just closed the
Iiriusi: passed��� SI hills, ��� .vliieh were
assented to, cariyin^ fippt'opriations
amnuniing tu i?7,-J7o,335.50,'live mil
linns nf which is. fur railway subsidies.
Fifteen of tho hills passed wete
measures incoi jiorat in-r railway cnin-'
, panies and curry charters and building
lowers. , ���        ' '
Tim tneinliPi's fiiund tinie duiiug tlie
nst  fi-w   days  of   tlie session In give
some  uLluition   tu   jileasnnter   things
than   lawmaking.      Thursday   niglit
Price  Ellison, East  Yale, tlie, government  whip,  was   the   recipient of  an
address from   the  party and was presented vviili   a   purse of gold in appreciation   of his   services   dining   the
session just passed.    Friday afternoon
Finance .MinisterTurner was presented
with nn address signed  l>y every mem-
lier of   the house, lecouiitiiig liis many
services   to   the  province in the yeais
gone  hy,   expressing  their  regrets ut
the   prospect of   his  retirement, and
their  hope,  for   his success and happiness in his new' field   of  labor,in London,,us 'agent-general for the. province.
Fiidny  night  after adjournment  the
Speaker   gave   a ���banquet to the members iind   lccoiding  angels,   otherwise
the members of   the 'piess gallery, and
on   Saturday  everyone   al tended    the
��� 'vinkhana of   the Victoria Hunt Club
���   OFFlCKi:.  '   '
Office: Taylor Block, Mackenzie Avenue.
Orncj-s:   Molsonb  Ua.vk 'Block,   ItEvn.-
stoic is, n. e\
Money to loan.' *
Olllee.-: Kevelstoke, B, C; Fort Steele, II. C.
GliO. S. McC.vktkk. J. A. IIauvky.
Kevelstoke, li. C Fort Steele, B. C
McKenzie Ave.,   -   Ifovelstoke, B. U.
However,   the   last   few days were
ii   ��� i ��� "
nrt all guen to making merry, tarrying with the. wine, and' funning mutual
admiration societies', and a gieat, deal
,of woik'was finished liy holding morning, afternoon and night sessions and
orders were dischai'ged and hills paused
at a rale which taxed the ability of-the
an-ji'ls tir-rpcorrl. ' ���   ,
Tuesday, Wednesday,.Thursday and
until its final passage Fiiday afternoon
a continuous li^-hl was kept up on the
loan bill, hy Smith C'inl is and a fevv
Y. V. i'i.' E. sympathizers, and at every
stage Curtis and 2*Teill offered amendments which weie aimed to defeat the
purpose of the bill, but all weie. lost
by majorities ranging fiom three to
thirty, Thursday afternoon nil attempt
was made lo insert a clause prohibiting the C. P 1!. from tendering for
the   construction   of   the   line   from
and give that road, ingress into the
wholb Boundary country nnd enable
them to feed the Montana smelters
with B. C. ores, while the latter road
could be cheaply .built across the level
prairie to Cloverdalp.'in.ike tlie connect inn dpsired, and by putting a
steamboat on the Victoiia run for a
year the promoters would pull down-
the bonus of 8175,000 voted by Victoria iu its famous ferry by-law. This
amendment, oflered by Tallow, Van.
couver, was  defeated by a vote of  1*2
to25*   ��� .ll-  ^
Tt   is  now said  that the members
will not be allowpd to remain at home
many   weeks  before  being summoned
to the. capital ' to   ratify a contract for
the  construct imi  of  the Vernon'-M id-
way'railway which will be commenced
this year and pushed In completion as
soon   as   possible.      This  road wIipii
built  will   reduce  the, time from the.
Coast  to  Kootenay by  21 hours, will
give the fanners of the Yales a maiket
fnrtheir produce and   cnabl.. the. miners of Boundary, llossluwJ  and Slocan
to   secure   home,   grown   supplies at
much   lower rates than thpy now pny,
and'  at  the,  '.same  time   satisfy   the
coast demand   for quicker coininunica
tion   with   the southern interior,    If
all   these things  can   be accomplished
by the construction of  this line of one
hundied   and   thirty   miles, and there
is no doubt that ihey can be, it should
stop  the.  clamour  for  the immediate
construction  of n direct Coast-Koote-
nay line.
A   usit  to  the agricultural department yesterday repaid  us by giving us
the information   (lint the C. P. 11., influenced   by   rpprespiitations   made by
the  government  and   interested shippers,   had   so   greatly     reduced    the'
freight   rates'   on   produce,   from   the
Okaiuigan    valley   that   a   saving of
$30,000 per yeur   would   be  made'to
the rancher's and fruit farniers'of  that
district, basing the shipments on those
of   last  year.'   .This   reduction  it is
claimed   will1 enable  the producers to
place their products iu  markets which
have, heretofore  been   barred to them.
This   week   the   'government ' was
pleased to say,   " Well done good and
faithful   servant, entpr   thou   into lhe
place we have prepared for you."   Alex.
Lucas,   of   Revelstoke   and   all  over,
heard these words and   has packed his
grip for Kaslo, where he will serve the
I SAMPLE ROOMS.   Heated by
"^<^S> hot air and electric bells and
liEht in evory room.' Free bus meets all
N'lfflit Grill Itooni in connection fcr ihf
convenience of guc>ls .iriiving and departing by night trainn.    Ifourlj* street '
car between hotel and ntfttiun.
The Wonderful Coring
jiovernnipiit as ininiti"; recorder.
Art Johnson, of the Herald, is here
looking for stray crumbs falling from
the government table. Nothing less
ihnn a whole loaf1 would satisfy Art,
Wherever men and women woik,
strive and battle with Iif-'s duties and
H't-pons-ili'Iilies, Pliine'o Celery Compound is regarded as a true friend and
helper. In shop, office, factory, nnd
among the , weary wives and mot hers
who bear the Inirdi'ii of domestic work,
Paine's Celery Compound is prolonging
life by strengthening every bodily
function and driving out disease.
Paine's Celery Cuinpoutul is a peer-'
less Spring medicine in all cases of
enfeebled nerves, foul blood, kidney
disease, iheuiualisin, neuralgia aud
dyspepsia. The virtues of the great,
medicine subdue and banish the most,
obstinate case of disease.
Mi. It. XV. Daniels, Lawrencetovvn,
N, S,, writes thus:
"I feel constrained, for the benefit
of smlleiing humanity, to add my testimony to the wonderful effects of
your Faine's Celeiy Compound. 1 was
induced to try youi compound through
its wonderful effects'upon a Mr. Patks,
I hud previously used a vast quantity'
of patent and doctors' medicines, only
to (Ind myself growing wraker. After
using your Fame's Celery Compound,
to the milliner uf five, hot lies, I gained
forty-three and a half pounds, and I
am able to woik hard all day as a
mason with comfort to myself. I feel
like a new man, which condition I owe
lo the blessing of God and your Paine's
Ci'leiy Compound.
m*mmmm*m^*im*m^^*m~~*~���^*mm*m        ,m.     ,    mtm^m^mmm^^mmmmm    .IJ ....        _ i      ' 	
Revelstoke Gun Club,
'      PROP'S.
y built.      First-class
every  respect.     All
modern cor.wnirticcs
Laige sample rooms.   Fire
proof   safe.,,     Freo 'bus
meets all trains,
Under same nianiigeiiiriit,
ft Saved His Leg,
P.  A.
Daiil'oith,  of LaGiaiigc, (Ja'.',
fi'i' .six  months with a fright
ful running sore on liis l��-g ; but, wtites
that, ljiukb'ii's Arnica Salve wholly
ciin-d it in live days. For Ulcers,
Wound."', Pih'S, its tlie best salve in the
vvoiid, Cure Ktiaiaiileedr^Only 23c.
Sold by lhe Canada Drug fc Book
Itoytil rieliool of Mines, London.
.-"���even yours al Morfa Works, Swansea,
Soveiitoen yeiii's Chief Chonii.-it to "U ifiin
Coal iind Iron Co., Kiiy. ��� ��� ,,.       T   ,
Late Chemist and As-ayor, Hull Minos, Ltd.
Kvery description of ns��iy and analytical
work undertaken,
Claim- examined and reported upon.
Coast  to   Kootenay, and
by   its   suppoitets,   was   intended   to I
force the  government to give the con- i
tract   to  the V
i.s admit ted j rro-iK-ctor.- and mine-owner- arc invited to
contribute to the lvnon'N.vY .Mail information of a reliable clinmelcr regarding their
propertied, describing surfiiuu showing*,
rtuvelopnient work and results nl lending it,
n>-,iy-. and new discoveries, The editor
dcMi'e-- to make the Mail a nienns ' of
fnrn.oiling to investor-- reliable iiiforuintion
concerning lhe progress nnd development
ut the mineral rc-sourcei of North ICooteiiiiy,
other tenders.    This really prove.-* the;
fight,   of   the   session, all    the   heavy i
weights taking put in the debate,   At \
rme   time  it seemed that the V. V, Lv :
E. people   might   win itniii  they were
uunijsked   bv   the allurr-i-v sen*'rai in , .... ���.-.������
- ' 4 ���'UfCidi'd on  crown  granting their pro-
The shareholdi-r-i of the Jul dan Pass
ine   una   Wi'diies-ilay   evening   and
n short
which Dioved that the
ll i  '
JillXINl!   Knoinioku,
PGCCll l*(ll<.il U��W��t->J      IL.MW     III-- ..I I I t *        ���        I 1     !        -
.   '    .  ,,    i ..   '   ��� ; pert v.   ft is expected lhat a trial ship
promoteis ot   the laltpr cninnanv were   l '        , .   , ,'
r j     ���     ;      e i '���       '   i' i       j ; menl wi    lie tiiaile t us���iall
pure   and    -jiinpie    Likiri   and place' ���
iMcin.  Americiui  In-tiLcue MiniiiK Ka.^iiictri)
(Mem. Canadian Mining Institute.)
K"iaiiiiiiatioii of nnd report-, on Mineral Pro-
pcrtlc: u Specialty,
XCbc 1Rootcna*e flDail!
Fit I DAY, MAY 17, 1001.
and    -jiinpie    fnkiri   and placed
: thei.- supDor��ers in the hou-"e. in a verv
! unpleasant   position   to   --ay tne lea>t,
j that of   aiding   charter, dealers to'loot
I the   treasury.       .McPhillips   had    de.
', manded   lhe   leading uf   the  contract
' which the govenimeut desirefl -o make
Land wantei] to know if the V. X. & E,
i people were not   prepared to accept it, ;
j and also de-ired to   know lhe lesult of j
thela-'t conference  between   the ijiiv ,
orument  and   the   | rnmoif-r-".    Fre^h'
from a conference wiih E. V. Uidwcll, :
On .Monday laM T. R.D.ivey brought
down a piece of ijii.-ii-tz. containing a
consiileialile amount 'of ore, from lhe
Amy ^l-uiip of'claims he and Arehle-
McDonnld slaked on Apiil 27ih last at:
lhe mouth of (he canyon .about a,half
mile, away from the town. The lead is
about, i-i^ht feet' wide between walk*".
On the fooiwall there. -N about 2i feet
nf ili-compoM'il (jnartz carrying con-
siib r.ible giili'iin and carbonates,
Above (hi-- a lit lie i< expo--ed a leadi I'
of galena and cop-
Following are the scores of last
Saturday's shoot, unknown tiaps, 20
class i. '  ���
A. J .McDonnell" 18, gold'meda.1.
11. Upper, 13, silver medal.
J. Guv Barber 13.
C. K. "Skene 10.
:r- Shoot, off- for. silver medal Upper 1*.
Uarber 0. *     .'  -     .. ;
'" . CLAS-"! II.
A. E. riiipps 8, ^,'uld medal.
]). \V. Steannan 7.
S. McKay 5.
Sweepstakes, 5 birds :
Upper 5.
McDonnell 3.
Steannan 2.
Phipp 2.
McKay 2.
Skene'2.       v   ,
The' electric traps work fine, Mr.
Stonex having given them a thorough
overhauling. The competition last
Saturday was keen, everyone wanting
to win the. medals. The grounds aie
in splendid shape and next week,
where the bird.s__J.ilI. will be harrowed
to prevent unhit birds from breaking.
Mr. It. Upper is coining to lhe front
wonderfully fast considering I his is his
first vear us it regular shooter,
, Ju" Class '2 Mr. A, E, Phipps is
doing well. Lust Saturday .was the
first time the Class '2 men,shot over
the 'electric tiaps and they found
them a little bothersome at fiist.
A dry, powder put up in 5II). packages ancl i'n 25 beautiful shades.
'When house cleaning be sure and use IVIURALO anc- h^ve something for your work. , Easily applied and wont rub off.
McUnnan, McFeely &, CO, Ltd., IZ2 Cordova St., Vancouver, B. C.
Everything to furnish a Home in modest or elaborate style.
Write for our 1901 Catalogue���-free. It contains 1000 illustrations, all priced.
Complete Furnishers,
Victoria, B. C.
No. 4 B>W.��C. BfcOOK, NELSON, B. C.
Gold, Si1vcr-Tjcn.il and Copper Minon wanted at tlie KXOHANOK.    ���
KItKK JIIbljlNC") OOI.I) properties wRiitctl at oiioc for Knhtcrn invcstoiv*.
I'lirticx hnviiii? inliiini; properly for salo aro requested to Bend samploB of their ore to th9
EXCHANOK foroxhibirimi,
All Kiimplfii' hIiouM bo sent bj- nxprows. PrtKPAID. '
Cui-rcspoiidonco Holleited,   Addreun all cominiiiiicutloti<''to
Tiiloplioiio Ko. 10|,. P. O. Hon 700.
TIh> nwnei ���< ui'i'.wni'kinjj tin liy (in
Tenders foi�� a LIconse to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands In the Pi'o-
vlnco of British Columbia.
'nKAIJCP TKNDKIiS addrcFscd to the under*
i")   '���iifiicd iiiul mnrki d oiijlio < nvclopo " 'J'en-
del- fin1 Timber ilcitli No. 271," to be opened on
t.hc 101 li day of .Iiine next, will be received at
i t.liN  Depni'imciit  tint il  noon  on Mondiiy, tho
. ', , ,     ,    | lici' on.Herth No. i"l. comprising Sectiqn.-i 10,
il I md y    ;>n, 21, i*, 2,i, :m. Xi and Hint, lioi-uon of 32 not
.... id.. I covered by Timber I'cith No, 32, all in Town-
n l      | sliiii 23. I(nn^i27, West dt the otli Meridian,
Dates and Places at Which  They
Will Bj Held. !
The annual examination of cuii'li-
dates for certificates nf 'jiialific.ition to
teacli in tlif-public sell i"l-i of the province will ha 1 ir-KI ;is fo'ji.wx, f'iniim(-n-
ving on Wednesday, J dy -T. nt S \"> >i
tn : Victoiia, in South l'ark scho'nl
building, Vancomfr, in Jli^'h school
builcliiii,', Kumloofjs, in public school
buildiii-;; Ni-Uoii, in public st-hnol
Inildinjj. I') ich Applicant must forward a notice, thirl v dav.-i Ijfforp the
iixniiiiiiatioii.   slating   the.  "cl-is-s'. nnd. |
. ������f.rude ;if ceitilicalf1. for which Ik? vi!l.!
bo a cnndifl-ii'i-, tho optional subjects
selected, and at which of lhe above-,
named places he will atlerid, Every
notice cf intention to he an applicant
must bo accompanied with satisfactory
testimonial of moral character. A fee
of ijt'i  niust also  be forwarded   with
'W:h ".pp'i'.'ilii'J!.1!       .',-���"���.'
solicitor   for   liie    V,   \*.   it   ]���),   M r, j r-.u ryinu: (|ii.mli(i
Ebert.s   was   prepared   tu   ^ivcnll i lie. I pei
infnrniali jn   di"��in-d    and    his speech
proved the death w.n r ml of lhe. iioj.es | linii-- tf" for any tiling, lo exim-e a body
of   lhe.  proiri'.tPi--.      The  company le. ' ofon',     V. (Jnlkeen lia- a claim
fused to accent the. r-nnt i net ns drawn, i s,inii> !-m(1   Imt on   lh" opiKKiti* ��ide of j con'inlnintf iin area of 7,:i;S '-oiiiu-e iiiil'.-s,
���,, , ,   ' , ,.   i , , ,   .    .    .,      ,       ,     |    "J'lio i-ijkm atloiiij nndor whleli allc-en.'o will bv
Ihey would not accept,   it  unless modi-    L-ii'ib'nn   ci-.-ek   niul   i.i-t   .Moncl.i.V he , iKf,iicd, aHo printed lorm of tender mid envu-
lied so as to aim   th-;,,, .ho /U��M.Jy at, commenced   wo, k  ..ii   it.-Tioot Lake | lo^m i^^^V^lvlfUltr A^^N^
once   on    lliirly   'niiei   of   road  tu lie ��� Topic. , W'esiinlni-tcr. , ',���-,���.:
i   ,i,   ,i ��� f      , ii ��� i   f, i    Kaeli  tciuli'i1 iiUMt bo aeeoinpnnled  by un
built   tins   year   imni .Midway to Las  . TF/rK JAi.'N*K MICA. ; accepted ehciine on a eha-tercd Hank In favor
cade, and   another   tliirtv   miles   fiom :     .,   . ,   ,   ,.    .        .,.,,. ,! of ihe Iieiiuty of the MlnMter of the Interior,
1 It. i<-  i-i'poitei]   Unit a syiidic'itp nas   for Hie imioiint of tlie bonus wlileh tho nppli-
n fmmr-1 in ll-v.-l-Kikc lo prosj^ct    ^"-r ��" >>Wi-crl to pay /or |i.Hco��Mr.
��SAT ?,    "WHY. S^TlXlfTGr I
and willi- it conies' the question of where you can purchase to the best
advantage  A  NEW  SPUING  SUIT.    We have just  opened  up our1
Spring Stock of Suits, Pants, Shirts", etc., and feel safe in saying that wc
can  more-than please you in those lines.   We also,carry the SLATER
Needless to say our Groceries are always satisfactory. Drop in when
passing and see for yourselves. Costs you nothing to see goods. No
trouble to show' them.
Front Street, Revelstoke, B.C.
line,  of   the
from   New
minVcr,    T
uff   to   Ciu\ enlfile,   on   tl.o
Gre.it ��� Noi thei n lumiing |
Whitjom to' Xew West- ]
m Com nn nv  to be allow ed !
to l.-ike ils ouii time, in building t he'T
balance of the ro <d, some three hum j
dred miles, and t\ou!d not build it. at j "'"
all unless they received tbe. Dominion
bonus of .98.000 per miloin addition to
the provincial subsidy, Tln-y would
build the two short, lines with provin'
cinl subsidy iilnne and Inke cli.-ince.s nn
.seem -iiig lhe -dominion siilii-idv'. This
wis the priiposiiiiiii sulanitted lo tin;
g7iverriiiient-, by the V, V, it E., or
riflher liy the Cheat Northern ojficials
.\londay.7 The building "of the first
line of, road mentioned would make,
connection at Cascade.with ihe.ljrieof
the. Great. Norihern now building from
Marcus Falls to Cascade, would tup
(hi-';,fJrr-en.vroM'l  ���'{iiii;j    Vfl'.Tfl!,-! ''WV?
Nu tender by tclcgr.ipli will bo entertained.
Dopirtmontof i!,p Intf.'Mii',
Ottinvn. May'.'in!. ID'il.
in   Ihe'Big  Bend  for t.u>>  pin pn<e of
examining  into  !})-���  mica  deposits re.
ccnily  fniirnl 'in   Unit di.-irict. .Then-
arc two claini" emrying  mien situated
Ihe north side of .S-ied creek, about
l t wm and a h
! Caeli".     Til
i ahoiit  lo  f''i't,  wide  and .nv lux cable
; for a  ronsider.il'le distance on Ui>.'sur-
f.iei".    A niiliiber of elmte" of excclli-rit , mTkiicI nnd'-i- lhe iiiuiieoi' the l!i:vi!lntoke t'i��ar
, mica have heen   fmiud. and nmnv -im- '  Maiinfiietm-lni/Ci.iiipini)'. (���.irryiii��iin Uu-lw-**
���',,���''��� i ,- i        c , .    'j I,  --,    - ,,' |"-ns-eifar ,mainif.ietiinii,'< al Uevelitokci II, (-.,
] ti|i-s liave In-en'taken Irnio 6 lo �� liiox 7tl,M tliU (lav li':eii ii!-"ih'i.-.l bv liiiilnal ��on-cnt.
10 of very line rpialbv
ably furnished with the choicest the market
affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.
Rates $ i a day.    Monthly rate.
I I     .- I X I ���       " ' I        ��� J' i  >     " I     '. i   t    ��.   r* |      il
-niif miie, lidou- T-te j.uine ��� j^ 0TSissoluUon of Paptnepsliip
ie  vein*  are n-prn t>'d to be t '
'VOTICK i< iK.H.'liyifiviiiiliiii.tlie purtnei'iliip
iN    h':n I'ifiiYi: i-xKHiiK   l.d uei ii  the niKlcr
ri-'fi'i'i'cfV.tO nie located nor. far from iln*
Bomfii/a propeity, which shijiped'
���|i.liout$:-'0.f).'.H). woriliot' mica,in 18i/)at
a big cxpeiiMe intlinwny.tif traiis|ioi'.
Iiuion. It is expected that ��� lictter,
(���oinmiinicHtion -will be made lie'tween
ItKVflsl'okc and Teie Jaiine Cache, and
when this is brought, about/ it, will help
greatly in thi! development of Uni-ie
)��*[lA:    'Jn!'Jf)lt:!(   ' ,
micji Tiimoji!
'Iiim th[-�� duy ii'ien ii,!--.'i:
'J'lie liitlillitli-s <'f llio Into pnrlw.Trflilp will be
pitlfl liy thee'iiit.iniiliiK piirlnur-i.loliii I'. ILirri-
,iti(l .liiini;/- K.  Iliti'rk anil nil iieeoiintM due tin;
late llriri ni'e to do puifl lu tbe Snnii! persons.
Oiited tlil.iiitli day of April,'.S. 1)., IVA,
CJ ico. 3. McCuiTiiii.
J. f, UMmia.
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-SS."1! THE KOOTENAY MAIL  V  t  r  CANADIAN PACIFIC  AND 800 LINE.  Kirst clans sleepers on all train*,    ,  Tourist Oars  Puss Rovelrtoko Paily for St. Paul,  Fridays for Montreal and itonton,  Sundays and Tuesday-- for Toronto.  Trains  for  Kootenay  ' Points  Leave Revelstokc nt 8iI0."'  ������������������ m'm  Main Line  Kootenay' Lodge j  * No. 15 A.F. & A.M. i  The regular meetings  are held in the M.i.s-  onicTemplo. Bourne  ���������.Hull, on the third  Monday in each  month nt 8 p. ni.  Vta'ting brethren  cordially welcomed.  G. S. McCAItTKK.  Secketakv.  A Beautiful Engraving of  QUEEN VICTORIA,  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F.. Ko. 25.  Regular moetinjji* are held  in Oddfellows' Hall every  Thursday nig-ht at eight  o'clock. ViHiting hrothcri*  cordially welcomed.  B. WATBR80N. N'.G. J. A. STOXK, K.S.  H. V. COURSIER, R.S. ���������  For Only 10 Cents.  i:n������t  , DAILY TRAINS  Went  SiOOarr. ���������  ItovclBtokc  arr. 17.10  8,20 lv.' "  Itcvclvtoke  ���������     lv, IL30  For rate,?, tickets, and full information apply  to  W. BRADSHAW,  "/ cr.t,  Revelstoke.  E. J. OOYLE,  A. G. P. A.,  Vancouver.  N\ mtdiaii  1 J.LI im.ill  Sicilian  Coriii*>'i-4an  Tunisian  31-it  June Ttli  " inii  ������������������   aist  ��������� " jsth  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Boyal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  ALLAN LINE-1'roni Montrcnl.  .     .     .'     May ".'Jth  June  I.-t  .      .      .      . ������������������     bill.  .      .' -  .      .      ���������'       "    16lh '   "    (Win!  Numidian    , '     "   syi'1  DOMINION LINE-From Portland.  ���������riomlirioa-    .. ���������       ���������   V     '     A .���������T,,,."������ }$,  Csmbromatr    ���������                  ' ���������    Jf!'  Vancouver  *m"  ���������   BEAVER LINE-From Montreal.v  .  Lake Ontario"    ���������     ���������'   ���������     ,���������      ���������.   M-iySUh  S.f". I.tititoniu  Luke I'lniuiplatn    ���������      ���������   . ���������      *  I.nko Mcgantic      ....  Lake Suiiurioi   Lake Simeoc      ....  ��������� Pa^cngcrs ticketed through to all parti of  Orent Hrituin and Ireland, and at specially low,  rate-to all parts ot tho,European continent.  Apply to nearest railway or steamship utfent or  to  T.'W. BltADSHAW. Agont, Revalotoke.  TIZMIIE    TABLE  S. S.'M Lardeau."  Tlumilns hctwocn Arrowhead and Thomsons  LamliiiR commencing: June 10, 1900, will sail as  follow* (weather permitting!!  Ix'iivo  ArroiVhend  Tor Thomson'* ��������� Landing  ' ttnd Coinnplix at 7k. dally. '���������  ' Lenvo Thomson's Landing and Coniapli* for  Arrowhead at 17k. daily, conned liitf with all  C. V. 11. traintnnd boats.  Tho owners rcucrve the riglit to'change- timcu  of nailing."* without notice.  TIIE i'UED IIOUINSON LUMI'.Elt CO. LTD.  Y. ItOIilNSON,  . MaiiugiiiK Director,  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets every Tuesday  evening in Oddfellows"  Hall at K o'clock.  Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.  A. E. KINCAID, N. G. J. MATHIK. Sec.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE NO. 1658.  Regular nicctlngH aro held in  tiio Oddfellow's Hull on thu  Third Friday of each month, nt  8 p. ui. sharp. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  TIJO0, STEED, XV. M.  , W. G. UIRXEY. Rcc. Sec.  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I, Oi F, No. 3������1.  Meets in tho Oddfc low8  Hall on tho. second and  fourth Mondaro of each  month. Vlsltitig brethren ihvlted to attond.  RINOEf?, K. D. J. <\ JOHNSON,  C. It. It, S.  REVELSTOKE  TEAM  LAUNDRY  All over the world these picture-* will be sold  ���������'None knew her but to love her; None named  her but t<i pnii<*e." There nre ten million people  in I lie Dnitcd States and Canada who will each  want, one of thc->c hcauiiful picture*. They are  ftilt *\7.r, 16x20. No expi'iiiie lm.-* been -p'ircd  and the picture is well worthy of a handsome  frame. Agent* can sell 100 a day. Samples by  Mail, post paid, H'e.  I dozen pictures, 75c, sell for SI.:"'-, profit J.tc.  a'J pictures    ,       S-tO-J    ������������������      $.5.00    "    S2.0II  IIJ0      ���������'      ' ?o.00    "      510.00   "    ������5.00 !  Hotter order 100 at once/and strike while the  Iron Is Hot. The time to sell good* is when  the people want them.    They want them now.  THE CITY COUNCIL  Regular Meeting.  HOME NOVELTY MFC. COMPANY,  P. O. Box 519, Dopt. C34,  CHICAGO,        :        ':        ILL.  Attack of Boyal Canadians at  Paardebepg. , ���������  The present is a time when war pit-turns aro  in greater demnnd than ever.   Tho conduct of  the British ������oldicrs on the battlefield bus won  tho plaudits of admiring nations.   Wo have  of great expense published four large, beautiful  pictures, slue 20x24. on licnvy, superfine, calendered paper.    A  picture that will commend-  itself and nciid ii tliPlll to thu heart,'of every  tr*uo Canadian  ii the ono called Attaok of  Iloyal Canadians at PaardoI*crg, there arc  liurally hundreds of flgnres on tliiH picture,  the mountains or kojijecti strctchitiK out into  the distance are ."���������wnrtnivg with nieni while  here and there a prostrato .figure speaks only  too well of tho Boer riflemen.    It was on this  battlefield the .gallant Major Arnold met  death unflinchingly.   It is only too true thnt  many of thoso gallant hearts thnt bent so high-  when tho encoring thousand- bnrlo them  God speed as they sailed from (.'iniuda's shores  now Ho ftlll forcvor In lolicly graves on tlio  other sldo of tho  world under African skies,  To evory Canadian heart. In every Cana������  dian homo, tho deeds of their bravy soldier  bnj-a speals with an  irresistible   thrill of  Patriotism nnd prtdo,  Gordon Hlgnlii odors at tho Battle of Bolment, Charging  the Boor GuflB at KlandSlangte, ana, the  Charso Ot GoneVnl Frenoh's Cavalry on  tlio Itotroatin? General Cronjo's Army.  These aro all stirring pictures aim cannot fail  to commend thcniselveb to any one who will  'examine them.   They aic ItED HOT SELLERS I   .Agent*   coin    money.    IMg profits.  Enormous success.    Ono agent sold 08 in one  day. 'Sample and terms'25 cents (none free)!  four for liu-cents; $1.50 per dnjien; 25for$2,7oj  50 for,So; too for S't.o'i.    Write to-day for a,  dozen and make money. '  HOME NOVELTY MFC. COMPANY,  SOX 519, Dopt. 631 D,  CHICAGO, ILL.  There Benson Of Tt.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop,  Prompt. dL'livr-iy.df parcol.*-, l)ngg'������3n,  etc., to any part ut the City.  1   ( * '  .    Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  .'All orders left nt R. M.-SinyMiuV  Tobnccn Stoic, or liy 'iVlc|ilioni>, No, 7  will fpceive pnniipt attf titiun.  if:  9.  IP  St  i":  .9.  S������  if:  Patronize Home^ Industry  AND' SMOKE  Revelstoke  i ���������  a i  I!  There isn't one reason ��������� there are  tjozons why our work is,, f better  than���������any-, other    laundering--~works.  /', " Conie iii and see. how we  ��������� do it. See .our machinery,  nicely and exactly adapted-  to every need. Our soaps,'  too, of the best, long tried  and proven good,  F. BUKER, PROP,  For Sale  A BLAOKSMITHIHG & CARRIAGE  BUSINESS.;'  .  An A. 'i opportunity for one de-  sirinar an openinj,'. ������asy terms.  Satisfactory reasons for wishing to  sell.   Apply to  JAMES MCMAHON,   -  REVELSTOKE, B. 0.  ���������SItf   " '   ��������� '  Size 16x22.  Ono of tlio most beautiful pictures in  colors.' L'pon n backgroiintl'of Pure- Solid  Gold; ro.<ts the Family' Record in tlie  slmpe of <i linndsoino volume with Gold  Clasps tijioti u cushion ot cl-llnsoH velvet  with a beautiful gold tassel. On tiie  paged, under different licndinys, arc" apneei*  in which to write tho name nnd date of  birth. On cither side in a beautiful scroll  on which lo record 'niurrliiBcs'niid dcntlm.  On top of tlio picture aro the wordx,  "Family Record,*1 in the richest lettering  known to the printer's nit. Under thin are  I spaces for father's nnd mother'* pictures.  In the lower part of the picture Is a beau-  tiful homo socno,   i he dear old grand*  garents, tlio bandtioinei stalwart hua-  and, and happy young wife, the loving  daughter and Da"oy ��������� boy-tlio idolized  grandchild���������arc nil umbered around the  tabl<\ while grandfather rendu a portion ol  God's Holy Word. A trulr beautiful  seen.'. ' Underneath ;ire tho wordu, "God  Bless Car Family." Around <1hh iiletiire  nro oiifht Hpaees lur photngrnpln* uf other  incniborH of the family, I'neli npiice eneloslti(r  li jjeni 'flower piece. Elsewhere on the picture are rieaUertd creeping > inc������i buds nnd  bloj-gnins In rich confusion, the whole rest-  .ing on, and thrown into bold relief hy the  I Rorscoin* bit ok-mm ml of JioUd Gold which  oduc'         '"  '-J������������������--'���������-      '-  *T  1 Special Cigars.|  UNION LABOR. % i  ' S :  Revelstoke Cigar Mfg. Coi'yli  '4* i  ��������� Revelstoke   Station. jll  ti  UNION LABOR.  Buy Only Union-Made Shoes.  Trees  .Seeds' Plants  Sixty'varieties of Apple, extra choice  stock of Cherries, Apricots, Peach,  i'liiuisand Prunes.  New importation of first oln.i-* Tlh<nlo-  deuclroii'-. Hosi'S, ('lemiitls, liny Trees'  llnllies, lledije I'liints, etc.   ..  Ko agents nor coni'niisslons to pay.  'Orders dug in oncrlny you can itctthe  wine week. No fumigating nor lii!-pcc-  linn charges. Greenhouse plants,"nyri������  cultural iniplinicnts, fcrtilizorx. etc.  Largest and ninst coiupletn slock in the  1-rovlnec. Send for catalogue or cull,  nnd make yuur selections before placing  your orders.   Address:  M.J. Henry, Vancouver, B.C.  Greenhouses and Salerooms:  3C09 Westminster Road.  ��������� t  produces a picture of daWiius beauty.  is Vour time, our  _ r iiriucinftl cents, but in  iiiiv one who seinln tills mlvt.' wu will semi  one for'.'.-i centi������. our price lo ngenlsO for  ft; 60 for 8-3 i  1CK) for 80.50.-  ��������� \\ e pay "11  j charges nnd return Jncim-y for utn--old pictures.. N. U. .lacksoli. Kilinore I'ity, bought  .'175 8lt.7.-i,Sol(l thcill for hrtll" price, 25 cent:.-  each, in" o days; making ?JJ.5U clear profit:  | Can you do better 1   ,  "We have j,00ti   tcstiinoiiials and  v.-i'int  I yoursi  Addru������ I  HOME NOVELTY MFQ.GOMPANY  Dopt, C31 B, F. O. Boa, 513,  CHICAGO, ILL  The city council met on Friday  evening "with.Aid. McCarty in the  chair; Aid. Newman. Bourne, Nettle  and Abrahamson being in atlewl-  oncc.  ���������   COKKJiSI'ONDKNTi;.  Under  this  heading   the - resignation   of  Mayor  Kilpatrick  was  read as follows:    "Owing   to ..the  fact that I have been  called' upon  to fill the position of acting super--  inlendent   of   the   Mountain   and  Shuswap divisions of the Canadian  Pacific Railway I find it quite impossible for me to longer give the  time and attention to the business  of the city of Revelstoke that its  interests require. I therefore tender  to you and,the city, of Revelstoke  such-resignation to ,trtkc effect ns  soon as the same is accepted by lhe  council, and I trust that the rensohs  advanced will uppeul to the council  us sufficient to justify them in accepting same,   If at'any time I cati  be of 'service to tho city   or   the  council ih-any matter aiding and  not  conflicting ; with    my    other  duties, I shall be happy to rendei*  any assistance in my power,"  Moved by Aid, Abi'ahnmsoii,  seconded by" Aid. Settle, that the  resignation of Thomas Kilpatrick  as mayor, of the city of Revelstoke  be accepted and, that the oflice of  mayor be and is hereby declared  vacant and tli'at this -council' do-  place on record its appreciation of  the valuable services rendered to  the city by Mr, Kilpatrick in his  capacity first as alderman' and  later as niayor, and do express the  regret of the members of the council  at the loss the city will1 assuredly  sustain in being deprived of- tho  services of such a capable muyoi'.  Carried. '  Gold Range Lodge Knights' of  Pythias extended an, invitation 'to  a representative of the council to  be in attendance at the compli*  mentary supper to be ' given on  Tuesday,evening-'ih honor ,qf the  visit of the' officers and delegates to  the grand lodge meeting. Aid.'.  Newman was the chosen representative,  Fire Inspector Bain reported a-  fire at the steam laundry, .stating  he had' ordered that an extra 15  feet be placed on tho smoke stack,  Report was laid over to allow tho  proprietor time in which to comply  with the instructions of fire inspector,      -\ . <  r.liroit'rs of cojimitmiw, *  The' health   committee   recommended that the scavenger work bo  done by the city and that the dry  earth system  be   enforced.   They  would also recommend that a good  horse, cart and equipment be purchased for this purpose,   Also that  householders provide a barrel with  a cover or other proper receptacle  in which they shall deposit 'their  garbage 'to   be- removed   by   the  scavenger.   That houses with earth  clostt5,bc charged fifty cents per  month   and   houses having   flush  closets without earth closets 2oe per  fnoitth*���������bourdiiig  houses,    hotels,  store,*; ahd  buildings   other   than  private houses to be specially rated.  The report was  returned to the  committee  to   have  .the '-bylaw  amended oh the lines Of the report.  Aidi Newman tendered his  the   General  Assemlily, whs M.iy 1st.  TIip Committee |irnl(iii������i-d  l,ln? ������l.tU������ to  May   28th, unci   resolved   to   it)ak<- an  earnest appeal  to  every congs-egi-tiun  itnd mission station  in  tlie chuicli for  a special, additional contiihiition   on  Sabbath 19th May,  or,   when-  this is  not convenient, on Sahbalh 2(Jth May.  Envelopes   have   been   prepared, eon-  Iniiiinga In ief appeal, with   blanks forth e  name of (he contributor and the  amount of   tlie offering.   These have  been sent out, in parcels to every min-  iste),   and  it  is hoped  thai without, a  siiiKlw exception,  the people in evei y  congregation���������member? and adherents  ���������will have the envelopes distributed  among  them,   and   Ihe    opportunity  given (o contribute on  one or other of  the Sabbaths named.   The.committee  are most anxiou-* I hat the effoi I should'  prove  an entire success, as they un;  confident it. will, if lhe people in every  congregation . have  the    oppoi Liinily  given I hem  to subscribe.   During tee  pii.it year, neaily $100,000 was got from  ilie chinch  upon  behalf of the India  Famine Fund, 'without   much <-i7i>rl,  'iind, considei ing lhe prosperous condition of lhe eomili'y and the gccit bene,  (it lo lie derived lo the church in all il?  departments   by  thu    Century   Fund  ������clieme, the fullest confidence is enter-  mined regarding the result.   Attention  is culled to Ihe. following points t  1. That the envelopes be immediate*  ly distributed kii that every member  nnd adherent iu each congregation  may receive one.  ' 2. That if, from any cause, envelopes  have not reached the mini>ter nr mis',  sionnry in any di.-tricl, iipplicalitm be  made, immediately-for' lhem to Rev.  Dr. Warden,' Toronto,  S. That niini.-ters bring the iiiatb i  from (he pulpit before their congivcit-  tinn������ on. lhe Sahlmlh preceding the  return of the envelopes.  4. That the contributions from the  envelopes, (t-gelhei1 with oil oth. f  moneys for the Common Fund be for.  warded sn as lo reach the treasurers on  or befme Wednesday, 2'Jth May. This  Is specially important,Jiecause the report fur the General Assembly requires  to be printed thiit'afternoon so lhat it  ti'iay lie stitched wilh the other reports  tu be submitted to the Assembly. In  the inemoiial volume lo be published  will appear the names of. all who contribute by means of these envelopes^  together with,the amount of their  contribution, us  well'us the-nanies of  those who have already subsciibed in  - ���������      i  connection with the canvass of individual congregations'.      '  5. This S.ibbath envelope collection,  Jit should be distinctly understood, is  special and' additional  to any contribution previously' made,  .0. That if, from any cause, anv one  desiring,to respond to' this appeal may  not lt'ceivii'aii envelope, theit contribution . may be sent direct, before May  2i'lili, tii either of the treitmireis of the  Fund,���������Key. E. A. McCurdy, Halifax,  (for the Alaratime Province.-) or Rev.  Dr. Warden, Toronlo, (for Quebec,  Ontario ancl the North West).  Of the amount subscribed for thu  Common Fund $265,000 have already  been received by the treasurers. Nearly  $300,000 have, in connection: with the  Century Fund movement, been raised  for church debts over and above the  timnuitt subsciibed for the Common  Fund.    ���������  mend their hotel to the general  public as being one where tht-y are  made at home, and the best in the  j house is never considered too good.  Resolved, That a copy' of these  resolutions be published in the  Mail and Herald of this city, ako  the Ferguson Eagle.  '��������� Signed,bv twentv-eii.rht"u-;K'.-t,-*.  Deafness,   Noisss_ in- the Head. &c,  positively cured   by UAH LEY'S KA1! ���������  LOTION.     This   new    Iten'ied.y   goes  right lo (he actual seat of the di-vase.  and has effected such remarkable cures  that the greatest hope is" held out to all  suffeivis, no  matter how had or longstanding the case may be'.    One  bottle  will  cure any  ordinary  case, and will  be sent securely packed and post-paid,  with  full directions and  testimonials  upon .receipt   of   $1.00     Oi'der direct  from James E. Harlev. 2i Stockdah-  Ro.id.'South L-nubeth,  Lo'idun, ENGLAND.  r-  11 Praise tlie sea but  keep on land."  Admire window  shoes ��������� that's what  ihey were macie for*  But keep on wear-,  ing the shoe you know  to be "as goocfas it  loofo.''~A4.00, $5,50.  'TfieSlattrSW'  "Goofiywr Wclttd"  0. B. HUME & CO.  Sole Local,Agents.  $25,000   Oup Grand   $25,000  ' OraitiiQlogioal Ooflt3St. '  Something entirely new an.l intc-vastiiig.  Ileiiil���������wliat you nre to du.' Vou may get Sluw.  Our contest is to seo who can nuko iliu largest,  list of iMiiuis (or kiiid.-i) ot birds rrom the follow ���������  ni({ list of letters :' 0    ,  yVDOOOGCKQUL IAP.RTARIOQ  -E8PNIELVEBrtOIMWADOHTL  Wo will recognise as n, bird anything belong- '  ing to the feathered tribe, whether u oc a Hen,"  Urow, Singer or any other kind. Voucmiu.-u  any let tcriid many times to make n name ns 3r>  appears iu the list ot letters above; for iii>uuii.u  Woodcock, Plover, Snow Bird. etc. "Jo'Hiiy  persons who.cnn make a list of ���������������'."������ or more diitei ���������  cut names of birds, wo will give absolutely ���������  Jj'HEli; a beautiful Prize value Sl,������0 or less.  ��������� BIG-PRIZES AWARDED DAILY.  Fought for Ms Life.  WHITE   LABOR   ONLY.   0  Tliis sfntrip used liy the JOHN Mc-  PHtiltSOiS* CO., Limited, nf Iliinii!-  ton, the only Union Factory iu Canada  Th<! cusloins ofllci-.t.-s in Si'iitllc-hitvi-  ���������1iscoVr,iri-d and- st'tviiMl -a iu1|ihthii  launch, Mint inp siippoardto htlVil iiiadi'  s^vi'i'.-il successful plj'ips .���������i������'-t\yi'..t!iii V-tn-  t-oiiver, .Victoria ami: SlviVfrli'.''in";-'th������  iirjuti'abuncl.tmdti ���������   ..     A ������������������;:  Firewood.  Firewood from the Fred Robinson  Company's' mill supplied at $2 per  j cord, prompt caah with order,.-   Or- j  ! ders may he-left at the mill office or  | at my yard."  j R. SAMSON.  i  I   ; NOTICE.  PUDUC XOTIc'Ki-- hcrcliy givti thnt, at the  expiration nf one month from the rir������t  piihllmtion of this notk-e. the lirad office or  pi'inr.lpiil place nf business nf th,- f'reat West-  nrh'-Mliicrf. Limited I.inhilit.v. will ho chnnRcl  troni riovolstiikp. IV c, to.Koreusoii, H. cm  Rceorrliuicu with tho consentof tlie (���������lmmhuld-  ors and a resolution of tho Directors ot the  nnmiKihy, < '  WfttoilU������ls'Hl< .divyof April, IMI.  MMUMWIWWIW^WWlW.-IIJ^JOilLWlliUil-*^  Jas. I. Woodrow,  .    BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer ln"--������������unEZ2E^������-  BEEP,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season,  All order-* promptly filled.'  Comer   DougliiK  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  and Kiii!,'etroetti.  ,    A, JMIqtDItl?,  Sssreiar}' -ta lav '.'Wiysiij'.  WANTED.  Agents for Kootenay and Vicinity  for the sale of, hardy lines   '  of   standard    fruit    stock,  "small    fruits,   ' ornamental  trees, shrubs, etc.     Terms  liberal.   Apply now to  PELHAM   NURSERY  COMPANY,  Toronto, Ont.  Notice to Subscribers.  The proprietor of iho Kootkxay MAiL.ru-  suenti- MibscrilwrB to ndyino liim of any Irrcflu-  larit}' Jc tic 4clir:rr vt their raperr,  resignation as alderman stating that he  had been requested to stand as a  candidate for the mayoralty.  Moved by Aid. Abrahamson,  seconded by Aid. Bounio, that, the  resignation of Aid. Newman as  alderman for Ward 1 bo accepted.  Carried. ��������� -���������  A proclamation was thch issued  for the election of mayor, for the  city and of alderman for Ward L  Aid. McCarty was appointed act"  frig mayor un'il election of his sue--  CCSSOl'i  On refolution tl.u pofllloii of  pound'lcceper was1 declared vacant  and W. Fleming was appointed ns  acting poulid-kccper to net until  Jiermaiielit appointment is wadei  The council adjourned.  centuryTund  . "My father a ml sister both died ol!  0mi!'(t'ii|itiiinl" writes J. T. WcatlK't'.  wax, nf W'jniuliit'tt'i Mich., "nnd' I was  snvi'd fniin the SMiiii-f.-ite'otily liy Dr.  Kiiin'-j Now Di-scuvery. An attack of  lJiit'iiiiioi)i;i left nn olistimite cuii^h and  very severe Iiirj*; liMiilile, which an  'esci'lh'iit doctor could not help, liiit a  .few montlis' use of this wonderful  medicine innili* nie us well as ever and  I(j;nini>il much in,weight." Infullilile  fur Crti^lts, Golds nnd all Throat and  lain}*; (roiilile. Trial Imi lies fivj.  Guiiruiiteed hottles C0c and $1.00 at lhe  Camida Drii-jf it Dunk storei  RESOLUTIONS  Men in Quarantine Express Thanks  to Hosts and the Public.  At a meeting of the men quarantined in the City Hotel the following preamble ancl resolutions were  adopted unanimously,  Whereas, During our confinement  We have been furnished from the  outside public, as well as from the  hotel) with everything that conduces to the comfort and welfare' of  humanity, therefore be it  Resolved, That our thanks is due  and hereby extended to the generous  people of pilevelstoke who so kindly  furnished us with interesting and  instructive reading matter furnishing food for thought and ���������inform-'  a tion'whichlater on may bo useful.  And be it further: resolved, That  wo extend our heartfelt thanks to  thc;Mcsst'Si Caley Bros, of the City  Hotel,;,,for the ��������� uniform courtesy,  kindness, and generous treatment.  The1 lime JUed fur the completion of accorded during our prolonged stay  the effort; nceorfling to the action '.of | and would cons cicnt-iwwty recom-  Of ihe   Presbyteridn   Chufich  of  Canada*  The Executive of Ihe Century lAmd  Committee met in Toronto'on 1-Yidny  last, and carefully went ovnr tiie reports  received from congregations or Unchurch. These indicnled that the sum  of Ji*523,0O0 was actually subscribed for  the Common Fund, including estimates  of subscriptions yet. lo lie got in a num.  her of,'crinpjipgiilionsi' iii .the North  Wet-t. There is thus liuking $75,000 of  the $(100,000 asked for..  ��������� When you have Hindu out your list (111 out tho  lino on th<! bouoni ot  tliUnclvt. imil ,-iuiiil i.s.  wall a -jt.impoi . AiUrcj ������ftl cnvclope.sciiiiip of ',  your country will do, thuu 1( you uru r.warded ���������  ii prliM! you L-iin if you desire get tlie pi-ixe by  beeuiniiig  a submribcr    to    "iiik    ^OMAN'S  Would.   Wuulmil nwiird a price to every pel ���������  son who sendn tho name of 'io Jiiids, nnd our  girts will bo n,i followb :   .l'or thu bi"*t list, re-  eeivi'd eueli duy, a Uold ^^���������Qteh ; for the second '  lii'M. solution  ouch day ii bountiful Imported  Ten Set; tor,the seven next be>t solutions c.icli  day, a Konruh Sakih Diiiiiiond and Uuby HiiiKL  for the next best solution, u Guidl-'ieee; unit  for nil other correct suJutions. Hi-iuc? of Good  Viiluc.   Theno prized will be fui-warded dtiily.  yuu will not have to wait a lung tune in unii-i'  utility before you know the roult,   Tliere i>; nu  oleiiient of lottery in our plan, it makes no  diU'erenoo whether, we get your solution lute or  '  early in the day.    All you need U lo,mail this  Advt. to us, and on the day it renchei: w, if  your lint  t*  tiie  be.-t,  You sbaU havo tho '  Gold Watch or it second bc?t the beuutiiul  Teu Sol, and so on,   Wu gtiaraMtee thai w.- will  award, you a  prize.     'I here  is ab-ulutcly no  opportunity for deception on our part���������we can-  nut nit'ord  it.     We want to get 1,01,0,00^1 well  satisfied .������������������ubiicriberi, and for "that rtason wu  don't want you to send any money until you  know exactly what pnuu you have tjained l,y  aiiciweriiig tho jiuxzlai.    At ?oon after i p.tn,  eueli day iii* poin-iblo. the examiner^ willjudfu  thu lisiri to tho OL.it of timir ublJlty and will  designate tho prixci-.   %\'e win write to you at,  once notifying you what prine liai been luwird'  ed you, then ir you are mtislted, you can ecml  your uubscrlpt.on to Tltu  Wumas'h ^^���������olalJ  mid your priso will go by return of moil ear>  rlutfu paid,    To a person or  narrow ideas it  soenii-  impossible that  wc  should bo able to    ������  make such a gigantic otter; but we .have tho  money,   brain.-',  and    reputation,    we   know  exactly   what  we  are  doing, and  if   wc can  legitiiiiatcly.gaiii a million ,-ubseiiber*'by this  grand idea   we know that this million ot  well  pleased subsuribers can be induced to recommend Tiik Woman's   Would to all triend*,.  thereby building up oureirculation still further.  Wo m-u willing io >pend ?-io,(Kjij in this contest  in building up a bi-������- -iiiuscripiion list, and when  tilts money  is  ������*pent wo-reserve llie riglit to  publish a nutiticfttiou that the eonlcs-tlma been  discontinued.    Don't delay until it i.������ too lato.  Tlio contest will continue until July 1st-, 11X11.   ,  Wo give a llonuA lJm-j or Sioauu independent  of till other;' to the person , wno * cud-, in the list,   '  gotten up iu the be.<t and handsouient munnot'.  Uur,committee wil! decide and award prizes  daily, but tho ipcclal ?/5J primj will bo awarded in Septcmbur, it'Jl,   Any bird's name found  In the dictionaries accepted,  WHO  WE   ARE '  Tiik Woman's Would ia a thoroughly reliable concern, we arc known to do exactly as  we adver.tlac. ' As to our reliability we refer to  any Advertiilnx Agent or business man of  London or New 1'oiki  KAMI"  STMUtT  TOW.V ...CyTNTllV.  N\ tl.���������i3e careful nnd prepay your letter*-, ns  v.-e do not receive underpaid Ictter-i. Addrewi  Tlio "Woman's World," Brontford, Lon������  don. W��������� En3lan<L  H. B.  ST0NEX,  :'/       Gunsmith and  Machinist.  Over., Lawrence'*- "Hardware Store,  ���������'   .:���������.   '���������'& ,<: '��������� ������������������'   .���������. ���������'    ." .���������  REVELSTOEE.  All classes of repair and machinist  ; work .prompt!}' attended to,  ft  ���������e THE KOGTENAYi MAIL  A PURE*. GRAPH   C1CAM   O? T1RTAS   PGWOIR  'J&MS  0  9  ,V  Jt-  .9  f.  9.  If."  .V  us  i  | Sold in 15c.  Cakes, f  A --in'ciril train of Orientals pins'''!  through the city eastward yesterday  morning.  Tlio Kandnops and Atlin Railway  Rill was-advanced In its third reading  in'tlio Dominion IIoiisi* Monday.  Tin1 Iini|-iii'S--of India landed al Y.in-  X j i-ouvi'i'   cu'v     Wi diii'sd iy     ini'i niiiir  Maypole  Soap wil! dye v th.'lUu.^  ���������M   |,aiu] a |Jlf,; ,.,������������������]���������,, ���������������������������  mv shade.     Won't wash A  out.      Do   not  stain   the |  IniuN, and can be used on _,-,.  all kinds' of cloth, gloves, is,  handkerchiefs,      ribbons, |;  etc. ��������� .  '   " S  .    i      . $  .9  ������?  .9  m-  .9.  ������!���������  j,-  .9.  $  .9.  .9  . and all colors kept on'  . Inn.] :it the  lauouajjFDgA  Revslstoke  Station  hfli  BORN.  IrHAHAMK-At Ri'Vid-tuI-e, oii.Siiiulny,  May 12lli, 1SJ0I. the wife nf T. XV.  Gralianie, of Thomson'-- LamiiiiKi"-'!'  a daughter.  LOCAL & GENERAL.  For   c'liiliiigi.'   plants   call   on   J.  C.  IIiilcliiMin.  The. Xi'Imiii Ti ilmne  i.s about   to  in  stall Iwo   .Merp'iillialk'i'    type-sell nig  'machines.  The Big'Eddy Mill Co. hi ought, its  first raft of lug-; Wednesday fi-uni thu  Suinsnn liinil*-.  pass'-iif," !--.  C*. F. Paget, has been appointed a<-vnl  and night opeiator at, X'lli'h Hill and  left lo assume, his new dnliet, Wednesday evening.  Cutlin-jr in  freight rales   has   coin-  inenced  among steam-hips l iinning'ln  Skaguny,  and   passengei   rates   it   i-  ! said will go -till li.wer.       " ' '  tf  '       I'l'i'll .Vi'-!i'V,  ful    Vi'.'il''   i'lli|i|i'Veil'i"l)  g 'lij,'   |ii(i.imiiiM>   1.1,1(1:   nl   Him i'MuIm-,  j)) ! ng.iiii   \i-itcd   tlie   city   on   Salinday  nulling froni  Trail  when''' he ia  now  '���������stationed.  Albert Caeo!c, an (Italian, aged -ill,  peclion foi einan at Eholl, died -utlden-  ly at Oieeiiwotid on Monday of double  piieuiuoiiia. An 'examination of his.  lied iifter death dNcln-ed a wallet containing nearly. $1.")(JU in cei lilicatcs of  di-po-ii, lime chei ks and cash.  F. McCaily has made airangement-  \ulh ,I he '0. P..II. fur- the n-e of theii  ways at, N.ikns-p for t he conbt i ui'lion  i i: lhe t-leaniei' for the., nppi r i iver.  The woik of coiiMt'iiclioii will he pro"-  ceeded with as boon as the plans,  which  are being piepured by Captain  Troup, are received.  . i,    ' '���������  The eonsti net ion depai (tneiit'of the  C. P. It. has been movid fioin Winni-  ppg (o headquai tets al Montreal. Air.  XV.' F, Tye and his il,iff of ns^i>taul?  being removed lliere. The headquarters of ihLs depai I incut have been  in Winnipeg for the past year and a  half. ���������  n  Light and Power Plant for Trout  ake and Ferguson.  Loin  _  M   ^ 7 V Si,  Highest Honors, World's Pair  Go!d Medai, Midwinter Fair  A\i;M  H-iJt'.Hjf *P������\vdars   eontalnJr;?  nlu:.i.   T':ey,:*.*���������= i-.' u-Issisi t.) I.enKU  The t-tilion hull**' at Spence's Bridge  was compli'lely destroyed by fire List  Friday. It ,-i|ipe.us that the agent lelt  the Mai ion lo  have a cheque cashed a  It  is' expected   lhat   lhe lumber for : tl"'hotel  opposite  I he Million and nn  his lelui-n (lie whole building was in  Maine.*. The cause of lhe lire L- unknown.  Master Mchanic Old, of the 0. P. U.  weMern (liviM'on, left Winnipeg on  Sunday for lhe east tn enter on his  new duiit", on the Allanlic division  \\it!i Mi. Oborne. Ue will he, replaced  liy .Mr. (-i. II. iMelviai'ion, of Ihe Ontaiio  & Quebec di\ i.-ion. .Mi. Old has been  master mechanic at Winnipeg I'm the  Prex iuiisly'   he   was   air  the Uig I'aldy miil will all lie on the  ground this week.  , Friday next, being a public holiday  (he Kootenay jM.ui, will be issued  Thur.-day evening.  S. JNeedham has just (otnpliled an.  addition to W. A. Monis' house.op-  posite the court house. '   ���������  i  Kamloops Provincial Industrial Exposition will (his year lie held on  September IT-ih, 2olh and 27ih.  past,   veal  '   Jas. Iteighley is iu charge of  a crew j ,������������������,.,, i[)M, wl\iv |||1(U|illll,lld ovei. [hv  which is working on the Jordan Creek ; (..)tj,v SVtteiii.  trail foi' which fjilUO has"been appiopii  ' ,ated.  Don't fail to avail yourself of the  opportunity of 'having a first-class  photograph. II. II. Ti i.emnii xvill be,  at his studio, Smith Block, a few daj s  only.  The census enumeratois from Coma-  Under the present'sy.-Leiu of "hand  coupling lietxxeen I he cm is of lhe C. P.  II. there is a heavy lo-is of generated  poxver, hofh of steam ancl air, especially in the winter, at Ihe impci feclly  tigiit j.iinl--  of the couplers.    Til" coo-  ,    SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  '' A. M. Craig .-pent Sunday in illicit y.  Fiank Ilulleii was up from Ferguson  this week.  J. P. Kelley returned from Itosslaiul  on Tuesday.  Mis. It. Tapping leturned firm Banff  last evening.  John D. Bovd ichimed Saturday  finiii the Duuvegan. '   '  T. V. Downing came up from I he  Landing on Monday.  J. 'A. Magce, of 'Ciimapllx, was in  the cily Wednesday.  I. T. Brewster ai rived down from  Carnes Greek yesterday.  Mis, Diaper left ycsleiday on a six  iiinulh'a \ i-iit to Winnipeg,  Mr.'aiid Mrs. 11. A.Biown relumed  fiom Peunj's Mondaj-. _ >   ,  II. B. Gihimtir, M.P.P., of Vancouver, was in the cily yesteiday.  Mrs. W. Johnson came up fiom  Thomson's Landing- on Monday. '  Mr! and Mr-. S. D.uiey, of Ferguson,  xvei'e in the cily on Saturday.  L. Thompson leturned Wednesday  from an extended vi-it to England.  It lip!) .Smith pa-ised through on  Wednesday evening going west.  S. Shannon, the Feigusoii assayet,  was a visitor to the city ihis week.  F. II. Well-and A. McRie leluined  Sandiiy evenii gfiom Tiout, Lake City.  ' F. W. Junes of the Columbia  Luuiiier Co., Golden,, was in the. cily  Tue-d.iy.' '  ''  T. Taylor. M. P. P., and Mrs. Taylor  came in from Victoria Wednesday  morning',  T. W. Grah.uue, of Thomson'.- Landing, came d\i Satin day relni-ning Wednesday. , u  M". L, D 'iilenheiui, .���������icconip.inied  by hia 1 is iii.-, lelui-iied lioin Europe last  Saturday'.  J. M. Dojle i- away on a visit tn the  coa-t cities and will probably go as fai  The Lardeau Light & P.ixm r Con-  i.iny, Limited, has t-uhniilled il-������  underlaking lo t he govei nnient foi up-  pio\*a! aud approval having been gixen  the obj.-ct-. oi* the company ai'i' published in lhe current issue of lhe  Gazette. They are; " To eon-lnict- a  dam across the south fork of the  Lai dean river, West Kootenay  di-dict', at a point nine hundred fct t  above the junclion of the noith and  -in11h for k-"o| the said riy. r, to ,-i((|'iiie  I.i i. d a- a site for a power Malinn aid  a.-a right of way along Ihe'line of tie  inlended fiiiine, to'Yonvcy the xv.ili r  iiy means of (lie said flume, tu 'tie  power house, at which place, lhe water  is.lo bo used -for (he development of  power. That for (he purpose of gener-  ating power lhe company.have obtained a record of three hundred inches of  water from the said south fork.  "Thi", pin pose lo ivhich (he power is  proposed to be devoted is to coii-tiucl  and maintain a' system of ,electric  lighting, to supply any foi in of power,'  and lo furnish electric lighting ,an<l  electiii: power tn lhe towns of Ferguson and Trout L'ike." The-company  under!nKes lo have $5,0U(J of its capital  -n!-scribed for (he purpose of the  power works., within six months and  Ihe wot-Ua liiTiVl be cniniuenced in nine  mouths iind be completed in one year  and six months.  ������IWIIIWl.lW-.-^UW������^M������*ILJ'WU'������l.J^  -.   Cold water Kalsomine in delicate shades.    Floor  -Paints���������"Irpnite"  best floor painl   in the   world.  Ilouse   Paints  all   colors     Enamels.    Stains.,  Varnishes.    Paint Brushes.'    Kalsomine Brushes.     Varnish Brushes.  Ask to see our Adjustable Clothes Dryer, only $1.  * i    -*   -I c  ������������������' - ������������������, '        I,  ardware and  -   .^zcz-s-^Tiiismithing.  W. M. LAWRENCE, ���������Hardwareand  Carpel--*, Linoleums, Floor   i ���������  L'lntlis Blinds, Wall Paper, &c           ',.        .,..       Second     Hand     Fiunitiiie  IJought a'ud Sola.   Wan-house, for Stoiage of Furniture at uionlhly tales,  /"gut for Pianos, Organs, and S wing Machin s.  ma. no"W"soJsr.  Spriiig ^ SUii^EQer Goods to Hai^d  " lixtra strong* Serges for pants at $5, made to order.  First-class Spring" Suitings from $20 to $28.  sequence i- that an engine supplj ing a  sutllcienl  auicunt ot steam to keep the !     A,   ~,-.  "    ��������� "    ," ,���������',,    ��������� i,,..,:..������   ���������  ,.     n,. ���������    t       i-        -I-      .  i    1     ' . .   ,    ���������- .      ' as ban ri-anci-co betoi-e retui niug.  Ji'ix, lliomsoti s Landing.   I rout Lake ,.cars,piopeilv   wanned   dues  mi, owing | "  mid Ferguson were in town this week ��������� to Ihe hakage ulenvd to, al the ex- ' J" D" -^hu-Ken/ie, -.'McMillan, 1-red  making their repons- to Assistant ' pen^e of the eill.-iencv of its engine, > A' M"1'iM'" ,L,lti Cm ' tY;"- l,f ������:"'1"  C.mimissioner McK'ae.   ' ; which is  baldly able, "with' ibis ex,,-.,. \ l'lis- u^-rl'li "* lhl' CVl,lla! on ^������1.1*  In   connection    with   Yiclofia   Day i --i^" diain' upon   it,   to  keep  up that j (1'1-*   " ���������_ ^ ^  tvle-bi-alions lhe  C.P.R. x\ ill sell i ound : !���������������"���������'���������'   of   st-am   xxiinu   i-uece-arv lo .     J-���������!���������   Lang-laff,   of  the  Tiout  ^ake  trip  lickeis   at   rale  of  faie  and'one- I obtaindhe speed  lupiiied hy -.- iu-dule. , Topic, came up from i he ,outh Tuesday  ijuaiter.   -Tickets  will   be on sale Ali.y ' Cm*! queiiilv  the  piss-ngeis   have to i |'vi- lie- lelui niug the following mm n-  i:jul and 21ih good to lettirn May 27th. 1 sulf-r in  01 e  way or ihe othei.   The   hi,'.  By appearances at  present  Viaoli^ C:. i^ it. oliicials h.ix e !avn ogi,'ing on       A.   J.'iri^i,     of   _(he_    Revelstoke  Day xvill be (juicily observed in  Itexe  n method   to obviate ! iii- i:i"t;!ci"iicv. | He,'alii ,md R.iilw ,iy Men's Journal,   is  btoku except  for lhe .eproduclion  ,.f . ���������'l _'������"  '���������"���������;   m :,ing Lvm-s; ei iment    on a  ba-na-ss  nip  lo  the   ciM-t tills   , i,.. c-on 11-I i ������n������-i 11 ii 13-*-ti|if������ 1- nitd c-cbiioc-i-  "Milky While" undei' the ninnn'gement   nr   ll!!l'1'-'   l!l''   l'"'"' '"!l" L' ^'^���������v-'> '    ������"^- :.��������� Hie CJr.iml Lo.liyc oftli-prs ntirl deli'  of Mi. T. II. Dunne ut the^pen-i house   '"'������"'������-H'������ ?l"-',i' ���������������������'; >"\r'A'- ^ypu-y       C; ...   13.1IS.11 tl.   C������ nnplisj   J. W. j g,,,,..,  ������������������   Tu������mI.i.v   evening tile  ](il  in the evening.                    '                         Ir 1.-llmught di .1 * \-h ������������������������������ :;-e m ilie-e _ Til . .,...���������.,_   ';���������,,���������.,������������������������������������.,  Landing', Jas. j ,������������������,, ( ���������;|  ���������������������������r. u,|lid, |-, gI,.lU.fuilv apiire  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  a. 0, i". xj. s.  The local lodge has changed ils meel-  ing night from Friday to Tnesihiy in  the hall of Revelsloke lodge I. 0. 6. F.  Ilev. II.\F. Clinton, di-trict depuly,  is expected (o visit the lodge thi.--  month.  <    I. O   V.  The delegates nl Couit Ml. JJeghie to  lhe High CJoin t meeting n-poited Monday evening. ��������� r  An election for the o'Jice ol Senior  Beadle wa-* held at, l.i^l , meet ing oi  Com (Ml. Ucgliii! lo fiil the vacancy,  caused by the leinovnl of Iho. Palmer  from lhe lily.   1). M. R.ie was elecled.  r  If. 01' I'.'  Win.   Mather-,   P.   0.   C.   of  Gold  Range Lodge, came up fiom Trail  to  attend the Grand Lodge meeting.  *.        ' ,}  An cxciu-ioii'wiU'he held fio'iir" JSV].  son  lo   Kokanee   creek   011������ the  24th  under   the  auspices  o,f"the' uniform  rank.  Gold   I? ihge ' Lndgs  ��������� assisted     ly  In el hern   fiom   soutliei 11   lodges who  were present, confeju-d,' the third rank  0.1 a v indidate Wednesday evening.  - C'ABD Ol' THANKi-".  Tin; bi;;-|l:i>������n of Gold Range Lodge,  Iviiig'hts of Pylhhis ,-it their regular  meeting on Wednesday evening last  unaiiimon-ly passal (he-folluwing  lesolal ion ;  . v  Thai!, lhe llianks'of thij lodge he  extended lo the i.n'.ie.s and genlleiiitn,  not forgetting tin; litlie"foIks of Rev  el-loke and Kitniloops I'm lhe kind  seivicis rendered 0:1  tiie occasion of  t  1, Moment's Consideration.  , i ,  'i' :'.Tiic.pnLy difficulty in selecting yotu^suit hcuc is due lo the  fact tli gut - "we liavey such a.  great variety.  If   you  want  a fashionable  spring "��������� suit   or   overcoat   we  " ��������� suggest   a   look   at ��������� our new  ���������   ' goods.  Suits $18, $20, $22, to $35;'  ' "'Trousers from $2,5,6, to $10.  Laches' High Class Custom Tailoring.  .", Gressman, McKenzie  Ave.  limited:-  Wholesale Hardware, Ship Chandlery and  Mining Supplies.  Hardware'Department, 8-10-12 Cordova Strett'  ' Ship Chandlery Department, 8-10 Water Streo  9 .  Ono Block &ok CPU Dopoi  ancl Stor.mboat "iVharvcs  Rc'furnlQhod and Ko-raodollod  Rates $1,53 to $2 per day  . Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  R. DOWSWELL, Proprietor, ��������� "Vancouver,  B. G.  V. ,11)  ihe  .111.1'  i! \v 11i i (,\\  v i' li-nil   ih i   ->r.  (r.  inSyip,ilinuii..uilhi,iiflk-e|.veviou*U>    ���������-,,_   ]. ln. i,,.,.,, IWl.,i If t h,llir��������� ,.,,.  Ul!lt't!:lL"- , ':.,t   \Vir.ni,-r.  h.'.t the ������,..-.,  TO THE DICAF.-A  rich  1,-i.Iy,   iid    i,,Sr.,n\.-d . mni* ' ���������    ���������    ���������  Of her Den I'i is'-nnd Niii->e- ill lhe lltviil ^tmi'-'li' I h" i'  hy D -. Xiclml on'- Ai i n i..l IC.ir Drnm.-.  fjiivu S-5.C0I l"' l'i-s In^H'iiie, mi i Imi  ill-Hi' |ie('|ilc 1111,-l'nle lu |-ri,ClliH.' the I'",it  DllllliS III.IV ll.ue llieiii I'ii'i'. All.ll" ���������  ,.\ i,  t'Jl   'Jin-  Ni.-l.u!--ii:i   In-Liliii.-, "in  fillings whnh   h.nv^vei n;e -i,nn-.\ ii U     K_  (ill,    ']���������,,, 1|L   Like:<s'.n.l   Alec   C.  1 ' " "*'' ' ���������"'- '"*"'     " *        K- i-_rn-n:i.   i.nne   npfrom  l in- -i.ti" n nn Wi (lne.-d.iy.  !���������'. ( . Wulferiilen, uf Ai'iii-li-oii'jr, w.is  a pi���������r-tip-."i' nn Xi>. 1 Tiic-il.iv   evening  i).i*.in^ h"i ii ,i- I'.ir ;i^ Cil.icn-i'  to   inciM  iii-wile v.lei   ^',<-   reinrr.iiitf   from   ;in |  i'Nt''ieltjd v r���������:r to ;ln> e.^r, ^ |  G"i'. T. Miileiy,  ���������>;'  K,inilii'>|i-.  foi-;  Jlmi.iir lie.ioi'dcr I'i-.-imm' annoimcc.-. .   . ,,    ,    , ,  ,..?.,.. . expeh-!ve. I lie Ii\lk.l_V ,!rd t.it!^ f,"ll in     (���������,,,,.,. ;,  th it    ;i        lliill-JI a     llceilM's   eXiilieOIi , ,. i    ,,      t     .   i- t,,  ,���������-���������"","'  ' ] Id.--* Ill   pOW el   .Mil! .l(lC!iri,l.,l   ill-( OillfAll  the .Ust  in.r.   A. a  h.r^  nmnher of <m   ^  ^u n\   ,��������� .-, ,n r,i.���������..m.    Th-  thesu pupcr, arc lo h,   i.-.ncd he would ��������� (|,(i|1   ���������   m,w ^^ fi|I,(1 ���������i(|j  he plensed to wr.il on  any pe. .on m.-,k-; tl)|,se  |lHU.  ���������,���������,,.,.  f<lt   iu f..lMlri,,���������fi  giau'iiiiiy npjiri  ci.ili'd;   and   tii.'it   llii.-i   iCMihiliun   he  enleied   in   Ihe   miniilci of   lluilod^e  .md inserted in ihe'loral newspajierb'.  .'iJ<ip.U'"-ii -- Via- I ,  i ,  midn1ght~~blaz.  F  llll I lv     ,1     I i -!  I'-li! I   f     U'^'l  l-h'k"       II-  '  ill ill i ;i'l    r ii    lie- ."uYI.1 n\e!i,    A I km-, i  VV. l-i n   ( o ,    ui- 'le-i'^'-'    I !l '   di-ie- '  u' n   - (i '��������� i.d.n^ i !i> '���������".    >\ I' (  i:i\ ��������� nv id'. I  ,                   > I  I 11 (-   \\ I"' l\.  Eighth Avenue, New Vi.ik.  Fac'or/ of Rjveistoke Char Man:  faciuring Company Bun ed.  Ed. Adair mil T. IIoiii" ictiniicd  J'Y'day I'vcninx 1'imii tl.eir I rip .noni.il  the L'ohiinli'.'i, Thi'V w-nt up ('.imi''  liver "fir coii-idcr,i''le ili-i.M'.cc .md  report viry law ralily of Unit -eitinn  nllhon^ii .Mi. Ad.i'f think- il i- Ion  heavily tiniheted ti r a^riciiltni'.il pin-  pose-*,   Th'-y sinkcd qi.ilc a niimhcr ol    [$()   |-"unCiiiv ' IV, c I'll !)  . timber lt'i-tisa. ��������� '      Burrlfho wlio  XI     ' yi..-i ''  *1 H ,' lv nl ��������� li - P  M'- li .M ( '.i'.  ',,,.- w -I, i' ii'i '!���������  ic^f -,v .������>p. i '.   'j;,  'o ' iji-i,    ': i' i-'i'.'i ,  i iii  I, .In-  i  .Vl'l  ��������� -.I i\ I' 11 i',   i li'.i i !i   ,i I  -  '   ..    M'.nll.l V   I  \ ^I.IIILr  ,i   ���������!   i ; 1   .i-,i nl >A i'ii-  :'���������    -    ,l'!.h"i    -^11  i;iru   wii-- i- -ii:   l- a'a.'j: i; c>m the  fiicory   of   ih.'   Ih'-cI-;o!:i'   ("'ipar,  Mancftictuvii-ii  Oon'iMiiv ; t about    i'i . .Mm-d 'i.  'hy Mr-r, E.' T1- .' j ��������� i ��������� t I. *  i in- pi iyi ' ''"'' "'  i * 11   ii  IfOTICE.  KSTAHLISIIMUKT Gl? I't'DLlC HIGHWAY.  TAKK XOTlf K tlmt lliii'lydny-, nftwdiitol  intund tn iippl> tv) lhe C'hloi' t'uniinlM.iaiH'i'flf  I.ntuli v-c Woe*:-, in chtublNli a Pnbliu Illglnviiy:  u"iiiii)niicl!ii? ni .i piifnl oboiiConn liumlrcd niid '  ll'ty ynrdn ������.nr-t (i/..l|ii) lirltlifo mi the llloulll'j-  m'iuI, njiIlecpi roiul; Uu'iiou nlimit u iiiniiier of a  in lo iioittict'l}' nlunK the fpnt of tliulniicli lo mv  liro-i'iinillnn, Suulli t-iist (|i:inlcv ifcllnn '.'S,  Lowti-hlp -li, i niiKu-J,   i.titi':, Hi, L'l'iiti. 1131,  Iliitcil nt  ltc\cNtolii', II, C��������� tbifj iltli iiny of  M.iy, IUU1.  , c-;'i ���������'     . , Thomas i.i'*\vi.-v  The Yepy Latest Styles  in millinery and novelties,  in belts, fancv combs and  pins can ncybe pure based  (i I the  NOTICE.  Madison Millinery Parlors  Missns.Shepard & Bell,  McKenzie Avenue,   Revelstoke.  UKvi':i;sTo:a-; -\VATEr;, light &.i?o\vj-:ii  COMrANY, LIJIITlCn.    ,!''  ' Tliu tnnisfi r lmolcsnf llio I'c- clsUiku Wmcr,  Iji;;!ii iS: I'oivur Couipany will be cloayl from  thu .'llli Jn it^at to IIk.'.J/.I pi'j'-inii-.   '  .,  ���������'      ,- II. I"']/)YJi,  "-"ccrttiiry,  May lOtJi;' 111)1. ���������!(  pro;hj;tiy ri-n izciw ,  ll'yo'.ir head   m.-he.-   and your eye-    fvoni    li.jr     ro-ldonct1    itin!    called ' *'' ��������� "''  i' .   11  It  ( , ,ii, i,'. V.   lin.'i,' ���������-.   ��������� :   !-.i:-l nr^U,  ��������� l   'i iiid.iy   '.'^i.l ���������  ��������� '   ,-,   i'i  ii ei! ii ik  i)    i .  -���������!>��������� AJ M.I   ,.  .if' v...   i)   E.   ,\  heconii'lircd or .-ore and r-pot.-aie ?een    f'hjcf Bain.      1 l;c   Cliit-i fi'.lr mpf-d    fh.ui!-y   i-   m..i,,i^ i     (aft.  Jii -'h'"- ,  lloiitiiiK hefoie lhem, and jniican'ioi    io riji,^'in an a iarrn from c it"'oi tiie   a!-n int>������������������ d- o.. i ],������������������.',:  ���������>������������������ . ..- v.j.o!.- f)',-  read, or  if  m>  ������,ti   iliii'ciiliy, or for [ ntreet   boxes  hut without avail, l-.e , ^"'ui io-ih.'-  in ' ' < ;������������������>   -'  ������������������ :>i -'i'  cm-   i'\ (.'-, (h-Iecr..-   i.f   viMon, or   lhe    thou ran for th'*' iiri^hnll and found , 'hadl-y, w.:!i a   uev.   lo  ; m.'.,,' !e  in  lilting of .--i eclacle. that are a!i olntely ' thrt t thu   box   (hero' ;il-0 1'f'fu- fd to | w-tniii.C-   !'��������� I  con.'C.-"on nit \V. J. llai-ve;-. K.0..M. , work   making  it  no(f;,-.-ary to rin.cr   ,'1---  C.I., ni K, M.AIhiin'-,  one day only, j t]u,   alarm    in* means,  nf ' the j-o]jc*  .-i.itm-Jay, jl.-ry :0th. .which i- i'ltachd. 1 he hripadc i .,. ,|I(1 ,,..���������!������������������,,. r y,y.. i\ \\..\\,.n  Tifcilyua- iivale.l yc.-tcrdav l.y ' w* quickly to \v,\w\ hnttlic flnnif- ! Iir���������| r ��������� |���������.,,,,., ,,,.. ,,-��������� if.,, f,.id , - ("-mM  clctgynlt'ii h tinning fiom ihe .Mi'ihod- were bin-ling from .all ,-idt"-of the , (,f .si. [vi,-,*,, ;,,ii. ;,. 'j ... !,.,,.������ iV���������-  i=tconference at XeNoii. In the lir-t ' 1-uildinff bt'fore water v.-a3 tiirned I v,,.]! h-ht-d a-el pcml, .leim, i.d u.i  appointment-, Rev. J. E. Uetl--. of. Van- ' OH and the only hope wa.-* that of ih. ,.Mm������ioii -n d, ���������, ,,,11,1 ,e, ih,. u ,..  convei, was.-1 nnl for I.Yvcl-toke lmt    keeping   the  flarne-"   under eonlro] j ,nKIah   wa- cm! 1 ami  iMiimm.ited ; n  Careful Study,  on.  y careful study  I. l-t  I ', "I   l,i!/   .!)   Al -!fi.  tno  (iii'^'ist  !,ccoiik.*j 11 factor  io   i!.e  -initio  for health and  i '1'*)���������):!.'.-.Si ^--     ,  .���������",' ,',', Our reputation has bce'ti won  by studying where to buy  and .vhat to buy,.    . .*    * ,, -  Wo r.i.ii:.{ai:i that rcputa- |  liMi by r a refill attcnlir.n 10 per- j  f"M h;iu;'.' '.( p:c.-,crij)iior-i> and \  Vy-yy [ \aaj ���������, -' j  KOTICE'TO CONTRACTOR-?.  Ti'iidci's will lm rcc I vi il by tlietintlLr.-lifiicd  uplii iiii.l iiu-hulln^ SnI tn day, .lime l-l,i!)ll,  for llio urci 1 Ion of a ilnou s-tousy hotel bullMIng  fit, SI. I.cmi KprliiK'-. en (li������ I'piicr Arrow I.iikc,  1 ���������'Inn-, iind siici'llli nliiiii- ii.iiy Ijij tccll at thu  olllco ol' tlio Koorux.w "Mail.  Th ��������� lowest or iiny tcinlci* not ncccoaiirily  a j optal,  . M. (HIADY.  Mdj'Kt'i, lUM. Halcyon, li.U,  iuAomiin& CARRIAGE  BUILDER.  licit  Chatham   Wagons,   Delivery  -.-'  Wagons     (heavy    ;ind   light),  J^uguies,    Ploughs,     Harrow?,  and Cultivators.  'REVELSTOKE.  Baker, Confectioner,  Caterer/ Etc,  Choice  Groceries.  Graham Bread,  rMf Mendolino,  Boot and. Shoe Maker,  Curlier ul duroiul St., & Victoria Koiul.  Boots Made to Order.  Repairs Promptly Executed.  Prices    Defy    Co'mpetitipn.  I his wns l;it< r on i-lnn.geil nnd Uev.L"  Liiilncr, of Kiiiiil'i()|)H, who \\i:l twii .lie  n slriiiiK'T to- IN'vel.stol-i.in.-' of tin-  eurly Wh ������t which time hi;.was ytnliiin-  iid h<-iv, was choscii t.n 'iiRfiin (ill lhe  ti'ihiit of ll"-' jpf-al flnircli.  for the .-iifcly oi -urrounding hr.ih  ing.-i nnd. thin was succf^Hiolly  .���������icoomplis-lied,. .tho ./ire licing i.'X-  ti.ngnir-'hcd i.n a. very s-liqrfc. tink\,  The water. prcssJiro. wan (lie he.^t \rt  nvaihthlc in tho tiii'ic nf fil'i'.','  thus ,is������!-iin^ it, lii" ,w ' i,iniiii 1; il em  of Jlie lar^e mniiiier (if v^iii sN nt.  senf'liled. , R-'fri'slimeiiL-i were .served'  lifter wliich imi inipi (iniplii jii.-n^rii'iiillif'-  vviis .rendered, lhe lurUilfee of I he evPlr-  iiiK liciiiK HlliTj j|j W'ilj.l.d.:i|]ir'ji)^.  Ueorge h.. Curtis,' feMing Cakea,Specialty  ���������"Thc-brugg'Gl,"  ������������������'���������'. '/':.-. ^ ���������-...-  "A-iAA :<).(���������.,':'"   >     ������������������:  ���������    Sit.ry.tmor loXht-Mcl). A.AY, Co.   '  ��������� ���������'���������"���������A.:A0a<A:Ai'-   ,. ���������"��������� ���������'-.. .���������,-���������" - ���������  Rgygt������T.Qj<g. STATION, .P. c;  P  Mfi'il (.|i-ile'r''s'; lii-Hi'iirVflpy and  ,- 'cii'n fiilIj--/UL'|ndeii,tn.'      , .,  , clip mmmjui  GUY BARBER,  Watches,    Clocks,  Jewellery and Sil-  . :;'r' verware.  Engagement Rings a' Specialty,  ���������^p;r: watch iHSPEcnroft: /  A  T^^^^W ^^:=S?S^^^^^


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