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 a. l^t--J--1*"--'-^-"-'"^'-*������fr������,'i  lutr   --.JlKSlS. Jt* -"'l.j'i-tllulrus. -f^ujflfl  ��������� c,t^_c_Blu_^.u>liJ<H������>iV_r>44. j.w.1' -*__._* ,*/**,,,  --*) **  Published in Interests of Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lake, Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan Pass and Slocan Districts.  -ISSTTIEID   'X",*Vv"ia"E]-^^-*vv-*E3EIC--'Vv"EID3SrESIDjf*4.'YS   -A.3STI3   SATTT:R,:D.A"*5"r������3-  Vol.   I.     No.  31,  REVELSTOKE, B.C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1897.  $2,00 a  Year in Advance.  _5".  it '  Shopping  by Letter  f)S. 'T'HK first thing wise p- op'c think of S3-  (S< 1 when ordering; troois by mall is the &  $8. capacity for business of those tliey write &  l������ to. Tho reputati- n we enjoy for prompt- J?-  ress nmkes our Mail 0i-d<r trade foigo &  ahead at a gratifying rato. v%  IS, ** *      -gi  fg   Our Specialties ��������������������������������������������� i$  Sj Groceries Dry Goods -       -    g-'  \\ Liquors Boots and Shoes    8  |S Cigars Men's Furnishings (V  wi Crockery .  Tailoring                  K-  53         ,     . Dressmaking ���������������  SI      Requests for unco 1'sts and samples &  }n   roceive prompt attention. ft  ffi       Hudson's Bay Stores,      jji  St, -     . ....Calgary..'.. fti  T.   L.    HAIG  Sole Agent for  ftgvclstoke  ^"^ Townsite  MINING."  FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE  QHAS. R. CARUYON,  * BARRISTER-AT-LAW.'  '_      '    SOLICITOR,     .      '."'*���������  AND NOTARY PUBLIC.  -tfSrOFKICE :   Mail building, Revelstoke. B,C,  ,, --Dealer, in Wood.  DraTing nnd  Dcliie-y Work a specialty ? at  lowest prices.  Teams always read*- ot a moment's notice.  Agent tor tho Standard Oil Company. J-..--  T.   ABRIEL,  NAKUSP.  B.C.  Real Estates Mine's and Insurance  For information on m'neral el'iims on  Cariboo t-retk. write nt once and get particulars. 58mrtf  J.   R.   HULL   &.,CO.,  -successors to Hull Bros. & Co.,  " Butc-hereand Wholesale and Retail Dealers  i   Beer,'Pork. Etc.  KAMLOOP8  and   REVEL8TOKE.  All orders In our line,promptly filled.  All  New Goods  Ladies' Shirt  Waists  i  Muslins  Prints  Dress Goods  Trimmings  The Largest and Most Complete Stock of DRY'GOODS  in town at  '1*  Dressmaking Department ,  under management of  Miss  Ciia'sk.  GUY BARBER  .'  .Jeweller arid Watchmaker  C. P. R. Time" Inspector  .,.,'"._        .   Lost    "* . -  ' '.  A searf pin containing a plecn of gold quartz;  Tho fliido!--,*A-tll.bo"towarded,by l-.-aving the  sameattbo Victoria hotel. - . ,2<l_������p2t  Lost'  -_.���������������  On Sunday, 2"Hi inst.. a gold scatf-pin, with  topsz stone. Finder will please leave at ibis  orlice;  ' -     .        . - . -    ���������        It  R. H. RAMSEY,  House P������iinter---0  and Decorator  SIGN' PAINTING A SPECIALTY  MAIN STREET, REVELSTOKE  Spring���������,  House Cleaning  Send feir samples of our Wall  Paper. Primes from 10c, 12-ic  15c up to 30c roll. Mail orders  carefully attended to.  Linton Bros.,   \  Booksellers, Calgary.  $ $ $ $  SAVED  HY BUYING YOUR HKEAD  AT THE  REVELSTOKE BAKERY  A. N. SMITH, Fropr.  <p     ������p     *p     <p  To the.Printii.tg Trade  of. Kootenay   . _^  _H  J. C. Crnmo, for many years with the American Typo Foundrv Co.. hits been appointed  agent for tho Toronto Type Foundry, with  headquarters at Vancouver, IS. C. A full lino"  ot Job anil Keiwn ink Mil be kept in stock  there. A stock of Cylinder pi esses Job Presses and Paper Cutters will be kept at Revelstoke, so thut primers can be supplied nt short  notice. Don't buy" until you see mc? The Toronto Typ-< Foundry Co is sole agent for tho  product ot thu American Typo Foundry Co. in  Canada. ~" "* ""      '     "  A nnmrsa .    Cx? ���������   ���������  d. C CROME,  Vancouver, B. C .  MITCHELL  &  CO,  INSURANCE AND  COMMISSION  AGENTS,  MINING BROKERS,  CALGARY, ALTA.  A. McGUIRE,  Dealer in all kinds of .  Farm Produce,  SALMON ARM, B.C.  Write for Prices.,  REVELSTOKE WATER WORKS  ���������WATER RATES PER MONTH  A FAKE SCHEME.      -  There is a vast, bundle containing  500 cowies of No. W. Vol. 2.of the  Hanker. Merchant and 'Manufacturer  of Chicago, stitndiiig'in.the.Revelstoke  post office*, and another companion to  it in Mr. T. L. Haig's ottice.- They represent $100 worth o'f "advertiSe'-iuent  for Itevelstoke and the district, on  which* the 'issue'of the 'journal *in"  ciuestion contains a three column  article of more or. less reliable information.' The article* is illustrated by-  a map over which the* artist of the  Banker, Merchant and Manufacturer  litis sprinkled liberally scpiares labelled  "Quartz" on much the same "principle  as the olel cartographers used to fill up  lhe map of Afticti with fancy pictures  of elephants and Prester John. Neither  Trout Lake City iimuFergusi-n.appear  on this valuable production,' so that  theie need be no ill-felling on the,  score eif partiality. The Herald does*  not wish to suggest that the $100 contributed   hy   our  residents    for . the-  V _���������  "write-up" in lhe Banker, * etc, of  Chicago, has * been utleily thrown  away, but wc do not think that a husi;  Hess journal, containing boiler-plate'  matter on "Crime and More "of it,"  "Horse Tips" anil '-How to" make a  Waterspout in Miniature," can' have  much hold on the serious'attention of  Chicago capitalists and men of busi-  .n ess, .and we do .think that five years  henee.au" active search.aniong .the  rubbish* of the Revelstoke post office  and Mr. Haig's office, if they exist at  that time, will reveal quite it stack of  No. 13, Vol. 2 of the Banker, etc.; of.  Chicago. ~\Vu think in "slmit that the  Banker, Merchant &" Manufacturer."**  a fake, and that its principal .-raison  d'etre is to raise amounts of $100 as  easily os it did in Revelstoke.  Dwelling only $1 50 to $2 50  Dwelling with lot under  cultivation 2 00  Dwelling with lots under  cultivation,     for    each  additional iot   300  Hotel....,  800  Boarding house  4 00  Saloon   Restaurant   Meeting houses   Store   Workshop   Laundry   Office and sleeping room  Public bath   Stable   100  Parties wishing water for irrieation  purposes will please make application  to the comnanv.  W. COWAN.  Jmyt"  200  200  100  4 00  400  125  20 00  10 00  500  10 00  100  3.00  2 00  20 00  100  10 00  500  NOTE AND C03131ENT.  Tin* Cassiar Railway Aid Bill was  considerably modiUedfrom its original  villainy during, its passage tjiroj.igli'  committee:". _In*"^ii'cal..".defiaifee -of  public opinion.-hbwever,^ the-Premier  lntroduced'and'-feircecl 'through a new  clause giving thfi'company the same  rights wilh-regard to placer as they  are to have over mineral discoveries.  And an to the tiinendnients in favor- e>f  the prospector which the opposition  have been at so much pains to bring  down, they might just as "well have  saved themselves the trouble. No-  prospector will ever go into Cassiar as  long as discoveries on its best mineral  sections have to' be shared with the  company. The criminal principle of  the liill'is unimpaired by amendments-,  which will be inoperative. The.government are* siiTiply"ifinking~jMi_rPike  a present of 750,000 acres! of the best  mineral lauds in1 Cassiar for a" period  of 50 years in order to induce, him-to  build a railway which will be available  for four months in the -year. '.Mr.  Pike litis been an annual visitor to  Cassiar for the past two or three years  and knew well enough where to pick  his lauds, before he proceeded to -the  job of stealing thein from the people  of British Columbia'. '"  le province.     One   plank of the  m  which will sweep this pro-  f w,  piatfor  vince at the next election will be the  repeal of every act whereby the family  compact and its masters have benefitted iit the expense of the people of  this province, and it will be exceedingly advisable for investors who may  he inclined, to put money into any  projects *n this province on the  strength of- concessions made by the  present government, to wait and see  whether they survive the fire test of  the'next election. * As .to Warburlon  Pike*, he has about as much chance of  keeping his. grip on Cassiar, .as a bur-  gla*r*'\,vith the Hand of a 'policeman on  his shoulder has of getting away with  tliejswag. The sooner the Pikes,  Rithets, Ileinzes, et hot: genus oniii'me,  recognize -this fact, the sooner they  will "perhaps release the present minis-  try,|yoni its; dirty work, and let the  province commence a new era of de-  ce'ntV administration., The present  farce being enacted at Victoria is not  only_ ..disgraceful but useless. The  ministry are wallowing in mud for  nothing.  .,    DONALD.  Gun' Club Notes ��������� Better Times in the  '.       ,       [Workshops  From Onr Own Correcp*ndont  ' Donald,* B.C., May 4.���������On Satin clay  afternoon last quite a large number of  pe'ojjle turned out to see the gun club  match   Donald" vs. ���������Gulden,   as good  shot),ting;'was .expected   from    hnth  teams;   butrtheir  expectations were  doomed to disappointment,- the shooting of both..,teams being ridiculously  small, possibly on'account of the bad  light and .high wind/ - The following  was the score���������18 birds each:���������  Plowrighl ,  Warren"..-.  McNe-ish ..  Bacon   ...V  ,l_V Taylor..  Dr. Taylor   3  .".....-. 6   i    7  ........ 8  .*..:, .13  Total-..,..' .....:.40  Edwards ..'   ' McRae .*....  Mack ay ."r.  Bams   -Bea-ley   .'.  .Spragge      ", Total  '..  It seems lo the Herald that with a  government prepared to set public  opinion at defiance from behind its  majority in the house, it only remains  to this province tei summon the federal  government to its aid. It is ejuite  apparent that the Victoria family  compact have 'audacity enough to  carry out tlieir criminal projects to  the last. That one by one their adherents sickeii of the dirty business and  turn against them does not affect their  equanimity in the least. Their own  speaker at last denounces them and  is answered with unabashed effrontery  hy the gang. Every newspaper in  Kootenay, except one pap-fed sheet,  and every newspaper on the whole  mainland except two, uuile in a  chorus of vain protest, but their denunciations trouble them not. They  ale too busy to attend to trifles of that  description.    ..j  The Herald fails to see why the  members for West Kootenay trouble  to remain at Victoria at all. They  had better he down here consulting  with their constituents as to which of  the acts ptissed at the present session  we had better petition the federal  government to veto. Such a course  might open the eyes of the present  government to the fact that something had gone wrong, even if the  Dominion house is prevented hy the  constitution from coming to our  assistance. Luttkily we arc not dependent altogether on a. federal veto  to get the criminal acts of the present  legislature expunged from the statutes  t"A_,l_il_rge'j gathering of the hoys con-  McRae's on;-Friday evening last, the  occasion being sit farewell supper to  Tom.'-Downie' and "Jim Fraser.1 who  were leaving on the following day for  Revelstoke*; the" company 'having  moved their despatching office to that  place.- Some very able speeches were  made by Messrs. Proctor, Pitts and  others, whilst jovial Al.Puiizer, with  the assistance of th'e rest of the boys,  kept up the singing progitiiinnc until  2 o'clock a.m. Spragge filled the chimin his usual satisfactory manner.    .  Archdeacon.iMcKay has decided to  leave,for the Ytikon'abont the 1st. of  June. " He is intending going as far as  For t y ~M i 1 e~r i verr-r I he - presen t-head-  quarters of the police, before making  auy more definite plans.  It is-reported on gooel authority  that quite an improvement is to be  made in ".Donald shops this summer.  More men have already been employed, and the staff is to be increased  all round, as a lot of the western repairs are going to he done here instead  of being' sent to Winnipeg as formerly.- "  * '"Dad" Birney is leaving us for the  summer; having come to the conclu-  siem that butchering is not what it is  cracked up to be in the hot weather.  Mr. W. Clark from the Calgary shop  is relieving him.  Donald papulation is still on the  increase, Bob Davis being the proud  possessor of a boy and Tom Needham  of a girl. Beith mothers are progressing favorably. J  The Donald gun club is going to  Golden next Saturday to endeavour to  prove that they can shoot. We hope  you can boys, but yo'u will have to do  better than last time, or, to use the  vernacular of the country, you'll be in  the soup.  Tlie gun club committee have decided that the Macnaughton medal be  shot for on the 15th May. All members of the club are eligible, and every  man must shoot on his own merits. A  lot of rivalry .is expected, as theieare  quite a number pretty nearly equal.  We are glad to observe that the lire  wardens aro making more improvements. They have had barrels placed  alongside the fire pails and tilled with  water; they expect shortly a consignment of the regular fire axes, which  they intend placing in cases handy to  the pails and ladders so that everything will be in shape should occasion  demand it.  The Ladies' Aid of St. Peter's church  are iutending giving a bazaar and sale  of work on the 12th  inst.   They have  arranged a very nice piogramme for  1 the evening's amusement, comprising  instrumental niid vocal music, after  which there will be. .1 dance for those  who may wish to stay,'      '  George Ferguson, an old Cassiar  miner, gave an ] interesting anel. instructive lecture on gold placer milling in the I. O. O. F. hall on Monday  evening." Llu hud a small hut appreciative audience*.  Mr. Doyle, an old Winnipeg dispatcher, arrived in Donald today to  take up his duties as day opeiator.  Mr. C. II. Ouise doing tlie night work.  Engineer .lho, O'Walsh' is expected  to arrive hern the latter end of this  month. His friends and accpiaintanccs  will be glad to learn that his arm- "is  ilmost as 'good"as it ever was.  We are as yet without n minister in  the Presbyterian church, which position hecaiuu vacant, by the. dcpai tare  of Rev. Mr. Ulassford. This is very  inconvenient to church goers. We  hope the Piosbyterv has* not forgotten  that such a place as Donald exists.'  Tn spite of constant kicking there,  does not seem to be any improvement  in our school. It is crowded how to  its full extent, and some* children have  to stay away on that account. A good  hauling over would not hurt out- not  over zealous Minister of Education for  not looking into this matter "and trying to meet onr school trustees tit least  half way. ;  '" Mrs. J.'E. Griffith and her two sons  are leaving for Wales  on  the* 15th of  the month for a prolonged visit,"  -   j     - i-   ��������� .        ,.  There arc quite a number of Orphan  Coy shareholders in the town who are  willing to put in "their share towards  the investigation fund. Such- as was  started in" Vancouver and Rossland  witli a view, to "annulling the sale  of the Company's mine to C. N. Davidson. Should Revelstoke shareholders  be doing the same thing it would .bo I  a good idea to amalgamate, the two j  towns being so close together.  Seven or eight prospectors have already gone up the -Bluewater. - There  is very, little idoubt ,but, that Donald.  AfUl .be. quite. a��������� niiiiing;tjrsn,j_^i8.-_gitm-.  merras there is vry fair placer mining  not'm.re than.*������nii!es out; aiicl.sevc'ral  good qiiaitz'claims have already been  located.*^ We'are also anxioiislyawait-  ing news frome the Blaeberry, as several men have been out there all winter, mid it is-reported good- claims  have been located.      '���������  , .  James Cullen of Illecillewaet, is in  town and leaves this evening for the  Bluewater district, afwhich place he  litis one or two good claim's.  DEAD PILED IN HEAPS  TWO HUNDRED OF THE FRENCH  ARISTOCRACY PERISH  A Bazaar Crowded with the Elite of  Paris Society Takes Fire and Collapses  on Top of a Fashionable Crowd of  Ladies  (Sl'ECIAL TO TIM! llKHALD.)  Paws, May 4.���������A fire broke out in  a densely thronged fashionable charity  bazaar, which was being conducted by  the ladies most piominent in Parisian  society, and tin awful fatalily.liasbeen  the-result.      The   niiuiagoi-s   of    the  bazaar had arranged the stalls so as tej  represent a street of old  Paris, and il  was opened yesterday, tin event which    -  was greatly looked feirwaid to iirsoci-    '  oty.     The.proci'eds of eacli.stall wens. ���������;  to be devoted to a separate charity.""'  The stalls weie presided over by, the  elite  of,..Pai-i.s.     Before; 'the'firemen  could arrive tho roof crashed in, burning a large number of people.   .-Every,  door   was   jammed   with   screaming, *  struggling"'women.     Then ihe'whole"1 .  building,  ti   flimsy   wood   aifair,   col-'  lapsed.- .When the fire broke ouU'this-"  place was crowded'with  people.' " The*  dead1 are. .piled   in   heaps,  especially   ',  neai-one exit of the building. "Among'  the m-ist distinguished of the victims -  are General  Meunier, Marchioness De,  C.-ilIefot, Duchesse De Alencon, Coini-,'.",'  tissivDe Mun, Marchioness De Florez." * V  Viscountess llolstein, Baroness'Mac-  '  kan,< the. wife   of   the leader of -the-..  Ptcrallists, and Mine. Morlsuiciel..   *-  ,The Delineator.  The May number of the  Delineator  is-callecU'the.Spr'mg number, and its  resume of up'-to date modes includes a  lengthy illustrated article on the appropriate attire for this season's fair  gill graduates. 'The lithographic  plates show the summer styles in costuming and millinery. The literary  miscellany of the number is excellent,  one of the 'most noticeable papeis being the first of a series of Metropolitan Types by Jennie Drake, author of  tho "Metropolitans" one of the cleverest novels of 1S00. Isabel F. Hapgooel's  account of some gifted and titled Russian . women is accompanied l>y  photographic portraits (or ' several of  the Czar's fair subjects. Dr. Grace  Beckham-Murray's talk on health  and beauty is this month devoted to  thecnio of the eyes. Mrs. Wilher-  spoon is as interesting as usual, and  Mr. Vick's Flower Garden has firmly  established itself in his readers' good  graces. Ami there are also new ideas  in the various departments devoted to  fancy needlework, knitting, crocheting, etc., and a review of the new  hooks. Order from the local agent  for the Bntterick patterns, or address  the Delineator Publishing Co.,''ljtd.,  33 Richmond street, West, Toronto.  Subscription price of the Delineator,  $1 per year, or 15c. per single copy.  '.THE   CASSIAR" STEAL   "*  A Line of Steamers from Vancouver "to  t> South America -  ',    ."���������'  .Ottawa, _. May 5.���������Sir . Richard: ].  Cartwright told the B. C. mem-"- "  hers who interviewee" him -"regard- "  ih'g t a' line 'of steamers .from *'  Vancouver to South America, ��������� that-  the government would send a commis-  sioneivto Se������utlir-Ai>������arictv--.t������,-*see= what. .  can be done. ���������-    .  __ - ���������   .,._, ' ;-*j.'^v_T*!"  . -Sixty-two petitions have' been .presented to the^government asking that'  bicycles be carried on all  personal baggage.  Victoria, May 5.-  Railway bill was read,  yesterday.  railroads as-*."  -The    Cassiar^-  a third . oime"  THE   AMERICAN   TARIFF   .  Changes   Made  in  the   Senate ��������� The ���������  Duty.on Lead  <, Washington,   May  5.��������� The  tariff'  bill was reported to the senate, yesterday.     While lead is cut down from 3-  to���������2J���������cents���������pei'-=pouud, leaeLbearingi.  ore is raised to 1J cents per pomfil for*  the lead in the ore, and lead in pigs to-  2 cents.     The bill is entirely different  fiom   the, Dingley   bill, many minor-  changes being made. '���������" '  1  '    THE BADSHOT MINE."  This   Well   ICnown   Lardeau   Property  Changes Hands for $150,000.  Mr. Jas. Dixon,-of Vancouver, litis-  bought the* well known Badshot mine-  near Ferguson for the large sum of "  $150,000, fiom Messrs. Campbell .anil  Johnson, who are reaping the reward  nf the steady development work, which  they have done on the claim .light  along. The Badshot is one of thir  finest properties on the Lai dean.   "  Public School.  The following is the honor list for  the month of Maich :  Class V.���������William Beavo, Bert Temple, Frances Deul. ''  Class IV.���������Edna,  Knowlton  Fraser, Ernest Wood.,  Class HI.���������Myitle  Temple,  Wood, Katie Allan.  Chis-j   II.��������� E������sie Hamilton,  Thompson, Ansin Hillier.  Primer II.���������Delia Morgan,   Joseph  Morgan, John Fraser.  Primer   I.���������Robert  Caillie,  Harold  Toombs. Winnie Wood.  Edith  Clinton  Pearl v  * For Nails, Builder's Hardwaie and  Paper 0. B. Hume*. & Co. lead the  trade.   Call and get their prices.  The Coming Camp on Cariboo Creek  Mr. W. R. Hull, the"owner of the  Button townsite, went down ' river  Monday to visit that place. The  engineers- are busy surveying the  gi omul out into town lots. There are '  now about 000 claims staked out on  Cariboo Creek and its tributaries,  Simw Creek and Trout Creek. Theie  are both quarts and placer- claims on  the list. John Hector of Nakusp has  bought out L. Sherrin's interest in  the hotel, anel will run it as a first  class house. G. XV. .Ionian has opened  up a general store. Considerable development will go on on the creek this  summer, and several companies are  preparing 10 begin work. It looks as  if Burton City was going to be till  right. m '"���������    .  Revelstoke Markets.    "'���������  Retail���������Oats $30 per ton: butter, tub.  daiiy "h-., cieamery 2Sc.; potatoes  $2S per ton; hay, timothy rtnet clover.  $25 per tern; wifd hay, $10: beef, by the  carcase, 9c; poik. by the carcase, 13r.;_  mutton, 15c.; eggs, fresh, 25c. per doz.  t,  *,   I  r  31  The Ten per cent clause of the new  Companies" Act has been ->tiuck out  by the select committee ap'iointcd to  cutis-ider .ind icpoit on the bill.  ���������-v Agents :  Victoria Powder Oo.  C. B. }iUjBE 8t GOyiPRTlY  Wholesale and Retail General Merchants.  Agento :  RAM LAL'8 TEA  JiBVit D$Y GOODS . . .  Now Opening, Consisting of Dress Goods, Prints, newest  patterns, Muslins, Cottons, Cretonnes, Flannelettes,  Cambrics, Floor Oil Cloth, and Carpets in Latest  Designs.  flOttl Rf*������$lViriG . . .  Three Cars of HARDWARE, comprising everything needed in  in that line by Miners and Builders.  Our Stock of GROCERIES is the largest we have ever  carried.  IN QUALITY Our Goods Are the Best That Can Be Procured���������IN PRICE We Can Compete Witb Any.  STORES:     REVekSTOKe,    TROUT  feARG CITV,    F6RGUS0N  Revelstoke   Herald  'JOHNSON  & PJSTTIPIECE  Proprietors and Publishers  A Semi-Weekly Journal, published In the  mcrrt-te ot Bovelstoke and the surrounding  lstrict, Wednesdays and Satunlo> b, making  osest connections with all trains.  Advertising Rates: Display ads. ?I.S0 per  columniaoh.|2,OOporinch when insertedoa title  pago-" Legal ads.. 12c per (nonpareil) line for  first insertion; 8c for each additional insertion.  Heading notices, 15c per lino oach issue. Birth,  Marriage and Death notices, frco.  Subscription Rates: By mail or carrier, $2 00  per annum ; 91,25 for six- months, strictly in  dvance.  Onr Job- Department: Tun Hkiiald Job  Department is one of tho bcBt equipped  printing offices in West Kootenay, nnd Is prepared to execute all kinds of printing in llrst  class stylo at honeBtprices One prico to all.  No job too large���������none too small���������forus. Mail  . orders promptly attended to. Give us a trial  on your next order.-  To Correspondents: We invite correspondence on aDy subject of Interest to lhe general  public, and deslro a- reliable regular correspondent In' every locality surrounding  Revelstoke. In all cases lho bona tldo namo  of the writer muBtaccomrany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publication.'  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD.  . Revelstoke, B. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  PLACER MINING  THERE     ARE     TWO     CLASSES  OF   CLAIMS  1 All correspondence must bo c_ibly  written on ono side of the pnpor only.  2. Correspondence containing; personnl  matter must be signed with tho propcr.namo  of the writer.'  3. i orrespondenco with refcronco to any  thinc that has appeared In another paper  roust first be offered 'for publication to that  I apcr before it can appear in 1 he Herald.  WEDNESDAY.        MAY  5,       1S07.  If the N. P.  is really dead as tho  Globe claims it is, its   ghost has  remarkably robust appearance.  ���������Gritzovali"    souuds    like      he  name of  a Liberal constituency,  but it is only the name of a - town  "irTCretev ~  There's no offensive partizan-  fchip about Mr. Tarte. If a man is  a relative of his he gets a job, even  though he may be a Tory.���������Kincardine Reporter.  Talk about Irish bulls ! Here is  what the Lord Mayor of Loudon  said to Ambassador Bayard at a  dinner recently given to the U. S.  repieseatative: "You, sir, have  distilled, from the bosom of the  English public that torrent of fraternal love which will cement the  love and affection which we, the  English and American peoples,  should and do entertain toward  each other." To turn the English  bosom ��������� into a distillery -is bad  enough, but to extract a torrent of  cement beats Boyle Roche, who  f-melled a rac and saw it floating  in tlie air before him, and heroically promised to nip it in  the bud.  TO CORRESPONDENTS  If you've got a thought that's happy  Boil it down;  Make it short and crisp and snappy--  Boil it down;  When your brain its coin has minted,  Down the page your pen has sprinted,  If   you   want    your    effort    printed,  Boil it down.  Take out every surplus letter���������  - Boil it down;  Fewer syllables the better���������  Boil it down;  Making vour meaning plain���������express  it���������."  So we'll know, not merely guess  it-  Then, my friend, ere you address it,  Boil it down.  Boil out all the extra trimmings,  . ;     Boil it down;  Skim it well, then skim thetrimmings-  Boil it down;  When you're sure 'twould be a sin to  Cut another sentence in two,  Send it on���������and we'll begin to  Boil it down,���������Exchange.  A Short Summary of the Regulations  Recently Made Regarding Placer  Mining Along'the North Saskatchewan River  By order-in-coimcil passed on the  17th day of April last, tlie new regulations became law. The "following  synopsis is published at the request of  many readers:        ..  There are two classes of claims,  namely bar diggings and bench claims,  which are defined as follows:  Bai diggings shall mean any part of  a river over which the water extends  when the river is in its Hooded state,  and which is not covered at low  water.  Bench claim shall mean a part ot the  present bank of the river overlying a  portion ot what was originally a gravel bar in the river, and shall include  bar diggings.  Bar diggings claims consist of "a.  strip of land 100 feet along high water  mark and thence extending into the  river to the lowest water level.  Bench claims shall be 100 feet along  high water mark tind shall extend forward to low-water mark and back to  the bank of tlio valley. Provided,  however, that if the distance from .  high water mark to the lank of the \  valley exceeds J.000 feet the length of  the claim shall be continccl to that  number of feet.  Entry may be obtained for a bar  digging or a bencJi claim upon complying with the following regulations:  Any person who desires to work bar  diggings may upon payment of a fee  of s>t to the agent of Dominion Lands,  obtain a Free Miner's certificate upon  form A in the schedule. This certificate will entitle the holder thereof to  stake out bar'diggings at, any time in  accordance with the provisions of  these regulations, and work the same  without further reference to the  agent.  A. bench claim . shall-lie   recorded  with the agent of Dominion Ijinds  within three days after the location  thereof, if Ioc-ated within 10 mile" of  the agents office. One extra day shall  be allowed for mak'mg such record for  every additional 10 miles.  An entry fee of s*s-~ will be charged  for the entry, which is good for one  year. ".  Every claim is to be worked continuously by the holder en some person on his behalf, and shall be deemed  to be abandoned and absolutely forfeited if unworked for T2 hours of  working time, except for reasonable*  cause, power being given to the agent  of Dominion Lands to cancel entries  for locations not being worked, in a  bona liele manner.  Parties not exceedinr/ four holding  adjoining claims may obtain authority  from the agent to woi k any one of  their claims, the work being accepted  as if done on all.  When steam power i.i employed  claims may be 21)0 feet in width, but  no longer than already prescribed.  The sahie concession as already mentioned is lo be given to miners holding  two or four adjoining claims and who  desire to operate them by steam.  , No miner shall receive a grant of  more, than one mining claim in the  same locality, but may hold any number of claims by purchase or assignment.  Any miner may sell or mortgage his  claim, the agent to have notice of  same.  Every miner shall have the exclusive  right of entry on his own claim, subject to the right of the Superintendent  of Mines to grant such right, of en try-  to holders of adjacent claims as may  be absolutely necessary for the working of their claims.  Provision is also made in case of  entries for claims upon land which is  not the property of the Crown, whereby arrangements may be mnde with  the owner, if necessary by the aid of  arbitration.  I.EXfrTII OV IjEASKS.  A lease for five years may be granted  to dredge the bed of the river below  low water mark for a distance not exceeding five miles upon such terms as  I lis Excellency the Governor m Council may designate. Provided that any  person who may receive entry under  these regulations shall be entitled . to  run tailings intothe river at any point  thereon, also to mine two feet below  the surface of the water at low water  mark by putting in wing clams  whether he shall locate before or after  the date of such lease.  ALBERTA  Is Expected to Have a Mining Boom���������  Some of Present Drawbacks���������As  Others See Us  -From present, indications it would  seem that the district of Alberta, in  the Canadian North West, is shortly  to experience a mining boom. For a  long time it has been known that rich  deposits of copper and silver are to be  found on the east slope of the Rockies,  and most of the river beds contain  gold. Besides, there a re enormous  deposits'of Anthracite coal at the head  of the Little Bed Deer river and elsewhere. But at present the Territorial  Assembly has no jurisdiction regarding mineral lands, whilst the very inadequate laws of the Dominion relating to this subject prevent prospectors  going into the country, as certain  formalities are required to obtain permits to explore the land staked out.  It is to be hoped that at tho present  session of the Dominion Parliament  measures will be be taken to remove  these restrictions, so that the district  may be opened up to the prospector.  At Calgary, the. municipal council has  petitioned"the Federal Government to  open and maintain a government as-'  f.-iy oflice and mineral department,  under-the charge of Commissioner ol  Mines, who resides there, so that the  outside world may know of the district's rich resources, which await de-  velopincnt.-Spokane Mining Reporter.  ADVICE TO  PILGRIMS  __s"e\v Denver Ledge.  As a bright liqht attracts moths' to  its flame, so do the riches and fame of  Kootenay attract t housands of people  anxious to better their fortunes. We  would like to make a few remarks  upon the rush to Kootenay:  ' It is true that the district is a rich  one, but its inhabitants cannot  support all the paupers, drone's, hoboes  and broken people of America.   >  It is true, that Kootenay has plenty  Tif-goid-and silver���������butrit-is^ in-the solid-  formation and cannot be picked up  from the roadside like shells from the  ocean's shore.  It is true that there is plenty to do  but, every job has more than one man  for it.  It is true thatlivingis comparatively  high and that the man with only a  nickel or two is strictly out of it.  t is true that fortunes can be made,  but seldom without capital to start  with or extraordinary luck.  To the pilgrims and teneJerfeet who  art* thinking of coming lo this glorious  country we woultl nay:  Have money in plenty* or an assured  situation helorc* Vein bid the folks  adieu. If you don't vou may have to  ������leep in the street und chew scenery  for breakfast.  Do not come e.f.t lien* and expect  that yeui are sm.iiter than llie n.ative-i.  Some of the brightest minds on earth  breathe the ozone in Kno'e-nay and it  is hard to keep even with them.  If yon have failed every where; <*lse  elo not expect to In; any better he-re,  and you will not be disappointed.  If vou arc tough nnd ordered i,o  leave your community do not come al  all. You will hnei competition too  keen.  " If you have little money hut plenty  of manhood and are conipos"d of the  same stuff us the trail5 blazers e,f this  great country, como along, you will  win- in the end provided you do not  bond yourself to boozereno, cards and  the woman in red.  Wholesale dealeis in  r\tes, Wiqes, Spirits and Cigars.  Agents for K. W. Kara Co.'s Pianos, and tlio Goold Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated  Bicycle  Revelstoke, British Columbia.  It is announced that Canadian  Mayors will not be knighted on the  occasion of the jubilee.  Mr. Barlow Cumberland, Supreme  Grand President of tho Sons of Kng-  land, has formulated a scheme for the  celebration of Jicr Majesty's jubilee,  which has the charm ot novelty ,-ls  well as of patriotism. lie has issued  an official circular, ordering all lodges  to attend Divine service on .Sunday,  Jund!29th. nnd has arranged that the  National Anthem shall be sung anil  priiycis said for Her Majestv at e.icli  service. The services will begin at  New Zealand and Australia, afterwards in South Africa and westward  following the sun. An astronomical  time table will be furnished so that  each lodge mav know exactly where  it comes in. The service should furnish a striking example of the magnitude of the British empire.  IMPERIAL BfViK.  OF GA.NADA  H_ad Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital     -   $1,963,600  Reserve     -   - ��������� -   -    1,156,800  Directors  H. S. Ilowland,  President  T.R.Merritt, Vice Pres., (St.Catharines)  AVilliam Ramsay, Robert Jaffray, -  Hugh Ryan,   T.-Sutherland Stayner,  D. It. Wilkie. General Manager.  Branches  North West and British Columbia  Braudon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage In.  Prairie  Prince Albert-  Vii.couvei  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  Essex  Fergus  Gait  Ingersoll  St. Thomas  Toronto  Welland  Woodstock  Ontario  Niagara Falls  Port Colbornc  Rat Portage  Sault St. Alarie  St, Catharines  Agents   in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St., London,  with whom  money may he deposited  for. transfer  by. letter or cable to   of above branches; ~~~"*~ "~  Agents in the United States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal,' Bank of  America; ' Chicago, First National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Ba,nk Department���������Deposits  of .$1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points-in Canada, United  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased.  A. R. B. HEAR.N.  Manager. Revelstoke Branch.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1855  Paid up Capital     - - $2,000,000  Rest Fund   -     -    -    1,400,000  Head Office���������Montreal  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  John H. It. Molson, President  S. II. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finlev    W.M.MacpHersoh  J. P. Cleghorn  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manager  A. D. Durnfoi'd,  Inspector  II. Lock wood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of individuals.firms.  bankers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest .allowed on ^deposits at  current rates.  English and A.rnerican exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES :  Aylmer, Ont.  Urockvillc, Ont.  Calgary, Alta."  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Out,  London, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.    .  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisbnrg.nnt.  Norwich, Ont.  CALGARV BRANCH  Geo. C  MeGregopMgp  WIBI-IIPKO BUIiltCll  T. 8. Phepoe, BTanaerer  Ottawa, Ont.  Oweij Sound, Ont.  ltidgetown, Out.  Smiths Falls, Ont  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Ont.  Toronto.func'n.Ont  Trenton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstock.Ont  Winnipeg, Man  rierchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C."  This hotel.has ;just been renovated throughout, and is now  first-class in every respect. Good aceoinmodatiou. Best  AVines, Liquors and Cigars'nt? the Bar.  W; J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  The Largest Hotel in Town.. ;'���������"-  Centrally Located. . :     '  ;-' ' Best Accomodation. ' -   ,  St. Leon Hot Springs, on Upper Arrow  Lake, run in connection.  ���������  Rates $1.00 Per Day.     ������     Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  BROWN & CLARKE, Proprietors, Revelstoke.  WheTaf  Golden, b.c  The gateway to the great  East ^ootenay  j-THETpQfEHATHoUSE  gold fields  assures you every comfort, exquisite  tables and commodious rooms   ��������� *  Headquarters for''commercial and  mining men,    Free sample rooms.  l-'orl Steele Stngo leaves Kootenay  Ilouse    every  Tuesday.  Strictly First Class  S.ADLtR, Propr.  "When in Vancouver stop at the  Oriental Hotel  Free bus at all trains.  Comfortable   aud   first-class   in  every respect.  Rates:   SI.00 and $1.50 a'day.  LANT'Z & GIBBONS,  1'20-ti: Proprietors.  Any one Requiring  WOOD  * Can buy it  Cheaper from  W Fleming  Than you can afford to  steal it and take the  chances of being caught  D#ay  ���������i y\f"*KSpeeialty  *���������*������������������* y IiSca Prices  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Ordersi Promptly Attended To.  "22-tf  UEE 8t ATKlRSOfl  Builders and Dealers in  ;  Carriages.   Buggies,   Buckboards,  Democrats,   Road   Wagons,  Heavy Cartage Wagons,  Etc., Etc.  Second hand Buggies, etc. always  on hand.  Write us for prices and particulars.  , We can build you a rig to order  they can't be beat. ���������  ���������-  CHUGHI-Y,  AUBEHTfl.  L.   JI.   FRETZ  Contractor and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed  ���������"!       Terms Cosh  CID.M,MI,NS & CO.  The PIONEER STORE,  always keeps in stock  a full line  of  ���������Miners' Supplies  FKRGUSO-N. li." C.  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Style at Lowest Prices.  Douglas Street ��������� Revelstoke  ( Hi  j������^P!^SfEii^_i_3^5?_r|!r^!?T!T^^^rv  Keep Your  Eye   on  The Great  Lardeau Townsite  Lardeau  is the richest mining district in British Columbia  Promising Ferguson Claims  Cascade Group Pool  Group  Galena Prince Gr'p   Silver Chief Group  Great Home Group Big Five Group  Waggoner Group  American Group  Black Eagle Group  Pilot Knob Group  -Highland Group  Abbott Group  Glengarry Group ,  Blackburn Group '  Holy Moses Group  Ped Plume Group  Each group contains from 3 to IS claims  M  is right in the heart of  Lardeau's richest mines  Ferguson Working Mines  Broadview  Old Sonoma  Gieat Northern  Hillside  Sunshine  Badshot  Black Prince'  Silver Queen  True Fissure  Towser  Silver Cup  All within a radius of 1 to 3 miles  I'*N  Ferguson is the Terminus  of    the    projected    Lardeau   Railway���������to   be   built   this   summer.  -*Lt the present ground door price the best real estate investment on  -        ��������� ,  . the market is FERGUSON lots. U  C. E. SHAW  GENERAL AGENT  REVELSTOKE  A Corner, Lot at $160 ca?or b$e4o EST*  An Inside Lot at $110  be_    secured  . for $27.50 down-.  CANADIAN  TUESDAY'S      BYE - ELECTIONS  TURNED OUT  AS   HAD   BEEN   PREDICTED  Liberals   are   Three   Seats   Stronger-  Bill to Establish a Railway Commission��������� Western Representatives Kick  ���������at the Tariff���������Oliver Asking for More  Winnipeg, April. 2S. ��������� Fx-Mayor  '~3 ."TmiesBTiT^Ei beral r~ has'-heem" elec ted  over Tavlor. Independent, by about  1.200 majority. The official majority  will not be made known till this afternoon. Jamieson had cu minority in  every division" and Taylor has very  like.lv lost his deposit.  SATISFIED  WITH  THE  BILL  ANOTHER VICTORY.  Portage La Pkaikie.���������Dr. Kuthcr-  ford, Libaiiil. has now l.M of n m i-  iority with five places to hear from,  which will likely increase his majority  to over. "00.  A LIKELY WIN.  Charlottetown. Ap.il 28.��������� There-  suit of the election here yesterday is  not definitely decided yet. Perry,  Liberal, litis seven of a majority over  Hackett. with three places yet to  he heard from.  PARLIAMENT DOINGS.  Ottawa, April '2S.���������In the House of  Commons yesterday afternoon Iteed  introduced a hill to establish a railway  commission similar to the Interstate  Commerce Commission of the United  States.  The debate on the budged was resumed by Patterson, who declared  that the Liberals had redeemed their  pledges to the letter.  N. F. Davin said that the Liberals  had adopted the Conservative policy  and vindicated their principles. Western men generally are complaining  about the taritf. Frank Oliver stud  that it was' not satisfactory, but he  would accept :.t and'hope for better  in the future.  But  Then   the   Railway Freight, Rates  Are Excessive���������Lieutenant Governor  Kirkpatrick Returns   to   America���������  '   A Conservative   Candidate Chosen.  Ottawa. April 30.���������Itev. Mr.  Douglas, M. P. for East Assinibo'a,  spoke from a -western standpoint on  the taritf and said that he believed  that the Government had gone as far  as it could in thu interests of the  people.  Mr. Davis, of Saskatchewan, also  spoke favourably  on   the   taritf and  .complainedj.,of the   excessive-freight  rates.  Lieutenant Governor Kirkpatrick of  Ontario has arrived iu New York on  his return home.  CONSERVATIVE convention.  Virden, April 30.���������At the Conservative convention yesterday there  was a good representation from all  parts of the district. James O.  Simpio-iw.is th" unanimous choice  as candidate.  THE PEOPLE CRY "TREASON"  VANCOUVER GROUP FLOATED  HOUSE OF COMMONS  Premier  Laurier   Will   Survey  This Summer.  Again  Ottawa, April 20.���������Mr. Laurier in  the'*ilouse of Commons yesterday  saicitlrat the Government proposed to  prosecute surveys this year to find out  the best way from the Pacific Ocean  to the Yukon country.  $30,000 Provided for Working Capital���������  Mines Are in' the Slocan.  Kossland Miner..  Leslie Hill, of this city, had a cable  from London on Thursday announcing  the successtul flotation o.f the  Vancouver group, consisting of the  Boomer, Zilor and two other claims  near the celebrated Galen Farm on  Four Mile Creek.   The report on these  Eroperties was made by Mr. Hill, who.  y the way, is the engineer who made  the report upon which the well known  North Star mine of East Kootenay was  purchased by its present owners.  ��������� A. N. Pelly went over to London  several months ago to place the  property. A company was organized  with a capital of -eSd.OOO, the shares  being oue pound shares. Something  over 13.000 fully paid shares were  turned over to the original owners of  the claims as full payment, and ������0,000,  or nearly 830,000, litis been placed in  the treasury for development  purposes.  Work has been in progress on the  property under the direction of Mr.  Hill, 200 feet of tuhneH'mghavingbeen  done since Mr. Pelly went over to  London. 100 feet of which is in good  ore. The assays of ore taken from the  claims is of the most satisfactory  character, being remarkably high in  silver.  Under the new organization Mr.  Hill will be managing director and  will give his personal attention to the.  work of development. Mr. Pelly will  leave for Rossland shortly.  The Whole Population-Takes Up Arms  ���������The King Confers with Leaders,  of'the Opposition���������An English Bye-  Election���������An   Electric Car Accident  Constantinople, April 27.���������The  triumphant, success ot the Turkish  army has caused the liveliest satisfaction here. The following telegram  from Edhem Pasha is posted everywhere: "Larissa occupied today- by  the cavalry ot the Imperial army. The  Hellenic troops retreated in great dis-  "orderra I Bin d oh in girl a"rge~qu an ti ty" of  arms and amunition." This is nit up  as a bulletin in many places, while the  people were also reading Edhem  Pasha's dispatch announcing the .possession of a strategic position in front  of Tyrnavo, which runs- as follows:  "The hill of Lesdaki,'the most important dominant poiut to the north of  Larissa, was taken by the Ottoman  troops on Friday, Hamdi Pasha's  division having left Karya to effect ji  junction with the other Imperial  troops at Milouua. The town of Tyr  navo, which is situated two hours  from Larissa, was occupied today by  tlie Elassona armv corps. The - Ottoman troops continue 10 advance  wards the plain of Larissa."  interesting  against the Government in the strongest terms they can commander:.  ELECTRIC RjULROAD accident.  Portland, Oregon, April 27.���������An  electric car was thrown from the track  at the corner of East Morrison and  Eighth   streets   this    afternoon   and  Eluuged into a slough twenty-live feet  elow.   Four   persons'were drowned  and fifteen seriously injured.  AN IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENT  to-  RYE.ELECTION.  . &  The Government will offer a further  amendment to the tariff, with regarel  to foreign gooels which arc invoiced  at a fictitious price. Statutorv declarations arc made when ret|uirecl.by the  Canadian importer-, but the Government intends to throw the responsibility for the future on the foreign  shipper.  The Dominion Wire Manufacturing  Company is closing down as a result of  the tariff. The company employs 200  men.  It. G. Hill, charged at Vancouver  with 'attempting to murder his wife,  has been committed for trial. The accused reserved his defence.  New York, April 27.���������A despatch  to the world from London says: It  happens that the bye-election foi Parliament has been unexpectedly sprung  on the Crewe division of Cheshire by  the resignation of the Tory member  and the Liberal candidate, a nephew  of Joha Bright, has boldly declared  that he will make his campaign on the  Greek question. If the Liberals can  carry the seat by a good majority, will  compel the Government to modify its  eastern policy in favour of Greece. A  Tory victory, on the other hand, will  strengthen "the hands of the ministers  in maintaining that there is no mandate from the English people that  England should do anything beyond  conserving her own interests. Therefore, the situation has suddenly become one of momentous importance,  not only to Greece and  Turkey but to  the British Government.  ti  THE SITUATION   CRITICAL  . Athens, April 27.���������The situation  this evening is critical. The fall of the  present dynasty is seriously threatened. Crowds of excited people arc  ilocking to the gun makers and other  places where arms are sold. Scaicely  a man can be. met who has not armed  himself to the best of his ability.  Meanwhile many of the most prominent men of the capital are frantically exhorting the people to remain  calm and to preserve order but with  indifferent success.  The downfall of the ministry  is      imminent. The       opposition  leaders who were summoned to a conference with the King this afternoon  were still closetpd with His Majesty  at a late hour. Outside, large crowds  of people were assembled crying  "Treason"  and   venting    their rage  At Velostinos the Turks Were Repulsed  iind Driven Back Into the Country���������  An Engagement at Gosfakia Is  Cause oflhe  death-of 400 GfeeKsT  Athens, April 20.���������Public excitement is increasing every hour.  Foreigners are hoisting their national  flags over the buildings inhabited by  them.   A popular outbreak is feared.  ENGAGEMENT EXPECTED.  London, April 29.���������A special  despatch from Athens this evening  savs a general engagement between  the armies of the Greeks anil Turks is  expected tomorrow at Velestinos,  where the Turks have just been  defeated.  TURKS REPULSED.  London. April 28,���������A aespatch from  Volo announces thut the Turkish  advance forces attacked tbe Greeks at  Velostinos eight miles west of Volo on  the railroad connecting the latter  place with Larissa and Pharsalos.  The Tuiks, the despatch says, were  repulsed with "heavy loss and driven  as far back as Teherfis. -  GREEKS RETREAT.  Constantinople, April 28.���������An  official despatch from Salonica says in  the engagement at Gosfakia the  Greeks were compelled to retreat with  a loss of 403 killed and many wounded.  TIME CJ\RD NO. I  To take effect on Wednesday, November 25  lSDj.   Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  GOING WKST  DAILY  GOING EAST  8:00 am Leavo.  . ..Kaslo   Arrive 3:30 p m  8:30am      "   .  .South Fork.  .   '"      3:15 p m  1:3(i a m      "   .  ..Sproulo'a...  "      2:15 p m  9:51 a m  .white water.  .   "     ,2:00 pm  10.03 am      "..  . Bear Lake .  .   "      1:18 pm  10:18am      "   .  . McGuigan..  .   "     1.33 p m  10:30am      "   .  ... Bailee's...  .   "      1:21pm  10:38am      "   .  .. J unction ..  ..   " -   1:12 pm  10:5u a_m "Arrive;  . LeavCI-CO p m"  For rates and   intormatlon  apply   at   the  Company's olllces.  '     R. W. BRYAN,  RO BT. HIVING. Supt. acd jVsst. Trees.  0 Traffic Manager,' Kaslo  DR. ALLEN'S  Hoof  anadian     1  Pacific I-fc)  SC* ~, PACIFIC LINE  The cheapest, quickest and best  route to    -  .- -     ;.c,-,.  Toronto     New York     Philadelphia  Montreal    Boston  "Halifax  and all Eastern and European Points-  c--  Tourist  Cars   leave  Revelstoke!  daily for  St. Paul{   for  Toronto  every Monday; and for" Montreal  and Boston every Thursday.'  GREEK    CABINET    RESIGNS  - London Apail 30,���������A dispatch to the  Times, dated from Volo on Wednesday says: "Yesterday the Turks tried  to cut the railway to Velestino. The  Greeks fought bravely losing three  officers killed and many men wounded  but they were finally repulsed."  GREEKS MAKE   A CAPTURE  i Athens, April 30.���������The Greeks  have captured the magazine at Philadelphia with :i large quantity of  amunition and shells. There have  been a number of minor skirmishes  today along the line.  The Delyaniss cabinet has resigned  and the Opposition under M. ltalli has  taken hold of the Government.  AN j*.RMISTICE.  Berlin, April 30.���������Der Frankfurt  Zeitung publishes a despatch from  Constantinople saying that owing to  the Greek foreign minister having  made a reciuest to the Russian minister at Athens the ambassadors of  Great Britain, France and Russia at  Constantinople have asked theTurkish  Government to grant Greece an  armistice.  For   use  in   cases   where  disease   eats   off the homo  of the hoof  Try It and Save Your Horso  A sure cure  for this  disease  For sale by  W. A. ALLEN  Veterinary Surgeon       Calgary  F. McCarty  Wholesale and Retail.  Butcher  Empress of India, Empress of  Japan and Em press of China sailing  every four weeks for China and  Japan;    - Warimoo and Miowera sailing  monthly for Honolulu, Suava and  all Australian and New Zealand  ports. -   -  For full particulars apply to  nearest C. P. It. agent, or to   -  J, W. BRADSHAW,     -    -  Agent, Revelstoke.   "  H. M. McOREQOR. Travelling PasM>n*e*._  ��������������������������� . A~-nt, Nelton.B.C. ��������� . ��������� ��������� ."-���������'  GEO.  McL." BROWN.    District   P������������������eiiBerf"'  ' Agent, Vancouver.   - ���������   - ���������   ���������  =?���������___-������������������    i        ������������������=..= ___a. ���������  v-.R.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  MKTHODI8T CHUHCH ���������Revelstoke.'  Preaching services at II a-m. acd 7i30  p.m. Class meeting at the close ot -the  morning service, tabbath School and. Bible <  Class at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meetind  every Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. The  public aro cordially invited.   Beau free.  HEV. J. A. WOOD, Fulor,  Dealer in:  Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught Horses.  Revelstoke Station    -   -   B. C.  When You Reach Sandon  Buy Your Supplies-  HAY, timothy and prairie); OATS,  CHOP, BRAN, SHOUTS FLOUR.  POTATOES EGGS. BUTTER,  FISH, HAMS, BACON, Etc.,  FROM I^ELLY BROTHERS  Reco Street* SANDON  GUY BERBER - - j  Practical  Watchmaker-  C. P. R. WjVtch Inspector   ���������  AND   REPjURER  C.JVI. WOODWORTH  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH���������Reyel-rtoki-i  Service every Sunday evening at 7:30  p.m. Bib'e Cliss at 2*30 p.m., to "which  all aro "welcome. r  JI. GEDDE3, B. A.. Missionary.-  UOLY TRINITY CHURCH-Revelstoke.  *���������*��������� Services every Sunday at 11 a.m. and  7-30 p.m.  RKV. F. YOLLAND, Rector.  li  ll  POHAN CATHOLIC CHURCH ��������� Revel*  -*���������*- stoke. Macs fourth Sunday iaQnontb  at 10-30 a.m.  REV. FATHER PEYTAVIN.  PROFESSIONAL  w  ~   B. McKECHNIE.  IX. 13., M. D. c M.)  Physician and Surgeon.  Omco:   Nesr the Union Hotel.  Calls hy telephone or teleeraph  promptly  attended to.   Omco hoars:  930 to II a m. 130  to 1 and 7 to 8 p.m.  REVEISTOKE        -       ��������� BRITISn CoLt'-MBIA. Wanted  .'k'.ilr-'.sin Rolled Otits. O.-it.meal  and   all   kinels  of   Grains,  i'Yi'il. etc., to write llio  JJrackman & Kcr Milling Co.  ....South Edmonton, Alta.  IJl'AI.ITY   ItlClIT--Vlile.'lCS  1IKIIIT  Agent:  A. B, Gray, Nelson.  LOCAL AND JGEHERAL   NEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  and   General   Items   Round   and  About  Revelstoke.  .*5tlpt  Iri'.'tl.  i For   good  Jlutne it Ct>.  Miirpole is on a visit  lo  Mon-  potaltiL's   go   to   C. li.  agent   for  Hie  * II.  X.   Coursier  Ilciiitziiian Piano.  Mr. F. (Jockburn. representing Dim  & Co., was in town on Monday.  A stampede rf eight, or ten prospectors, is litling out for Sicamons.  Inside ltits'iu Ferguson will be put  up to $200 apiece, on June 1st.  ..Dave   Ferguson  has a party of men  clearing mil. the roael into Ferguson.  Tin; alien clause litis been struck out  of the amendments,"to Llio Mineral Act.  |- The best stock of minor's supplies  in the country at O. 13. Hume to Go's.  Messrs. C. 13. Unmet it Co. intend to  open up their store in Lho lower town  next week. '  Miss Stella Brown, daughter of Mrs.  II. A. Brown,, i-elurncd from the oust,  on Monday.    -  Mr. A. Cummings, storekeeper and  postmaster at Ferguson, wtis . in town  yesterday.  Mr. Howard Estcy has taken a position with C. II. IlutiieW: Co. in charge  of their warehouse  Rev. J. A. AVood went Lo Kamloops  last night lo at Lend the district meeting of the Methodist, church.  J Fresh eggs, good dairy and gilt  edged creamery butler can bo got till  tho time at C. li. Ilium*. to Co's.  The Railway Conductors' excursion  passed through last night on the delayed No. 1.  Mr. II. M. MncGregor. Travelling  Passenger Agent of-the C. P. It., Nelson, wtis in town today.  The C.P.R. Telegraph Co. have open-  oil their hearts unci put cm a messenger  boy, in the person of Charlie Dent.  ; Bridge foi eman John Fraser and a  gaugol 1-1 men are busy inattressitig  ihe'river bank above the bridge this  week.  - Mr. John Bourke. of the Senate, has  sold the Trout Ijtikc hotel tit Trout  Ijttke. City, to Mrs. Jowett, of Van-  couver.  The B. C. Mining Critic, published at  Vancouver.is the latest venture on the  sea of journalism. AVhatever it says  is going to be so.  ' Mr. Harry Symons, n well-known  lawyer tand "iitiancial agent at Calgary  and in this province, wtis in town cm  Sunday and Monday.  H. Howard with a party of six or  seven men, including Prof. El Paso,  left with a boat load of supplies for  Goldstream Monday.  Mr. J. T. AA'ilkinson, the World man  on the wing, ptiiel the   Hl'itAi.i;  a  fraternal  visit on   Saturday.     He  went  "-down-to-tlic-lowei'-cenuiti-y-oii Monday-  D. G. Williams, of A'ancoiivor. is  bringing suit asainst J. XV. Haskins.  Sheriff Hedgraves and 0. N. Davidson  lo contest tlie title of the latter to the  Orphan Bov.  Daily evensong will be said in Holy  Trinity church til " p. in., except on  Fridays,,when it will be said with a  sermon at 7 p.m. Choir practice will  follow at S p.m.  I minifies with regard to   Revelstoke  as a business  location  are  coming  in  ��������� till the time, and there is no doubt that  this   place   will    take   a    tremendous  Mritli.' ii". the next few munlhs.  Mr. Frank Meib.'rley pafd lhe II KHALI) a visit em Monday, lie ha- just  ct-'ine from ICamloops. which hi- thinks  will turn out a valuable copper camp  - in lime. lie left on Moiuliiv for Rossland.  A. (,'. McO.illuin and .-I. G. Howarel-  Piiitn are bringing an m-linn against  John Grant, (lie Snubcrg anel J. P.  Kennedy over the title to the SLrnntl-  li.-i-c fraction mineral claim at the  heitde]ii.irli*is of Downie Creek.  Mr. McGce.or the Kootenay Lumber  Co., Comaplix. paid us a vi������it on .Mtm-  day. Hin company inter.els to start a  lumber yard here, but so far has not  been able to rush enough in let start a  yaid with, ns it is bought up as soon  .is it leaves the car. It. Tapping is the  agent.  Vun. Arrhdenrom Small pei formed  the ceremony of inducting Hev. F. A.  Ford as pricst-in-charge and vicar- of  Holy Trinity church on Sunday morning. He also preached the sermon,  taking for his text the words, "Iain  lhe Good .Shepherd." -'Rev. F. A.  Ford was the preacher at the evening  service. He took his text from the  saint! words, which begin tho gospel  of the day.  The Herald  regrets  to  learn  that.I  Mr. Chas. Amur, lias been laid up with  a bud   relnpM*   of   malarial   fever,   in-  uri'i'd in Africa.  Fifty men arc lo be despatched  shortly by llu; Hoi-ue-I'ayni! Co. from  Laurie to start, work on the construction of lhe aerial t.ramwuy and cemcen-  Ir.iliii' at Ferguson.  As-ist.-Kupt. 11. IC. Iletitley of Donald, was in lown yesterday. Mr. 3.  \i. Cii-illllh, the civil engineer ot this  division was with him ami surveyed  out lilt* spin- to C. 1!. lliimu iV. Co's.  w.-ii-elioust'.  Capt. Edwards uf the A'icloiiti, wtis  fakini sei-iou-ly ill on Stinclny and (lie  reports of his condition today are lo  the I'tVcet. we ai-ti sorry to say, that,  mil iniit-h improvement has taken  place.  Sitl. Ilm-liiuii's party came down  from the head oT the canyon on Monday, anil -n-e now working at this end,  .-is, Llie liver has now fallen enough lo  pi'i'inii. work being done on the obstructions there.  Mr. Angus Mucdonald, foreman nf  the AVavorit-y mine, wishes the  Herald to state that lit* is in no way  connected with the A. McDonald who  was up liol'ore the gold commissioner  lust week on a charge of drunk and  disorderly.  According to tho advertisement  calling for lenders for the Big Bend  mail contract, the llrst mail of the  season should start today, but. as yet  Postmaster AY el Is has received iin 'intimation as to who iL is who has got  the contract this year.  Mr. Boyd of Boyd's ranclie, Downie  Creek, came in by trail on Monday,  llu had to keep down by the river till  tliu way. and Lhe going is very bad  owing to the high" water. The pack  trail up above will not be. passable for  another two weeks. 51 v. Boyd is  milking coiisidi'i'.'ibli* additions and improvements to his stopping place.  The meeting hold last night to organize a St. George's society was a  success. Quite a number" of gentlemen turned up and iL was unanimously resolved to form the snciely. A  c-iinmitltx* consisting of Messrs."Haig,  Crage, Wells and Grogan was appointed lo prepare a constitution find report til, anrither meeting, at which  officers for the year will" be. elected.  Another commit lee composed of  Messrs. Haig, Cr.-tgc, Wells and Shaw  was appointed to inter-view the business ltit-ii anil residents and start a  movement to celebrate the Diamond  Jubilee in lit Lin-*; style. They also received instructions to call a public  meeting on the subject on Saturday  livening.  The adjourned meeting of the  Church of England vestry was held in  the cliuri-h yesterday afternoon. The  building fund shewed S'VIS.'tf) owing  on the church, which collectable subscriptions and the S. P. C K. grunt  will reduce) Lo $217. The following  oflicci-s were elected for the current  year: People's warden, AV. F. Crage:  rector's warder.. A. R. B. Hearn ;  sidesmen, G. 1~. Grogan. T. L. Haig;  secretary, J. AV. Vail; delegate to  syneitl, T. L. Haig. A unanimous vote  of thanks was passed to lhe Ladies'  Guild for I heir assistance in tho lin-  ntires of the church last year. It was  decided to take a vote of the congregation whether a" certain number  of seats iu the church should lie allowed to be rented.  NOTICE ii hereby ir'vun that. GO days from  (Into I, I-\ S. Ilurnni'd. intend to Dimly to lhe  l-liiof Ctnitiitsioner of j.incl-) ttntl "Vuiks fur  l'oi-iiiisioii to pin elm e 100 acres ot lui <1: ���������  C lininciicini. front ti post situated about 11  miles noith of KurKiiaon Forks, on tho o st  burl; of tlio North Fork of Ijirilcn.il River;  thoriccruiintni. wett Mihnlns; ihei.ee north III  chillis; the coru-tluchains; thence south ID  chains lu pvlui ol cotiiiiiuiiui-iiii'iit.  V. S BARNARD.  Dnlcil 2.1th March, 1S������7.  NOTICE it liTttby k'v.-ii Unit GO days from  ������������������nte I N. P. yiu.wilun nct.iiicn������H<i.i t for  A. K M -Pliilllt-s. intend iiiiikliiKiii)|)lii:iitItiii tn  I lui llti'i. tlio Chief Ceitiiiiiis oner of IjiiulHiinii  "Yoiks for imiinU-lon in lmri-hnsu one luintl-t-tl  tuitl sixty nurus of I- ml in Trout I.tilto Minimi:  Division of West Ko itciiny District, do ciilti-tl  us follows:���������c.'nnii!ici.i:ini' al a lost intu-kcd  "JiiIIIrI l'-'fl A," HlliiiiH'il in. tin' iiori!i-\U'Sl  corner "f 1). l'l-r-cu em's pre uniptloii of three  liuiitlrtil nnd twenty lu-ris; lln-iice west folly  ���������h.tin*: tlitinc-* toiilli fjriy chain*: thenco inst  fony t liuins; llicncu north forty clialna to point  of cuiuii.cnuutiiur.t.  N. I'. SNOWDKN.  Ammt for A   K. Mcl'hillipn.  Trf.nl Lake-, ffllh .Mui-cli. 1M17.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  TOWSER MINKltAL CLAIM.  Silimtt* In the Tionl Lake Mining Div'sion of  Wi'Sl KoolJjiitiy D.strict.    1 oc cttl norllicrly  extension of Sunshine c lniir. on Silver dip  Mountain.  TAKK ' OTIOE lhat I. F. S. I"arnard, asrnt  I    for John Knowlc*. fruu in'.tu-i-'s .e-tillcate  No. ."S051, intend, 01) d-iy- from lho datu hereof,  toapplv to tlio Mining U'-'CO-ilcr  Cor a oonitl-  nilc of imnrovt-niiiiiis. lur the purpose ot ob-  laimrg a Crown Kinnt ot the iihovi*. cl..im.  And lurlher utko notice that action, under  s c'lion   :17.  must b-2 contitior.cc'l   before  lhe  i-sii-itjce uf siu-lt certillcato of ituprnvciiicut-i.  IJntcrl lhis Sllli (lay ot Ma: oh, 1M)7.    ���������  F. S. Barnard.  MEBMAMT  jV^Fil  '������> -CM 'CI &T %% ;S'(tl    M.HVt -ftl   ^--D 41 Vi  -fiiLif ���������&������&> if tjif'A'&  in $w   _r rim tl,  in)  r. B. WEIihS  Agent for the Biickensclerfer  Typewriter  Successor to GILKER & WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Caps. Boots,  Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc.  POST OFFICE STORE,  REVELSTOKE,  B. C."  PEASE  Zl  G0.  SUNSHINE MINERAL CLAIM.  Sitiutc in llie Troiit Lako Minim; Division of  V est Kootenay District. Lncatcel northerly  extension of the Silver Cup Mineral Claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, 1". P. Barnard, acert  B for I), l-'etj^'ison, Ir. e lMincr's cei'tinea'o  No, oS04l>, inicnd, sixty d..ys from the tl to  herco:. t. itpp-y lo tht: __tliniiii; Rticottler for a  cc tiflcate of iiiiprovt-inciii3 ror tlio iiurin'.tjo of  ohtai'iinir n Crown j_n'������������t-t of the alio v.: cluii't.  And fiu-tliei-titltc nrti.'c tha* nc'tjit, under  -stctioi37 ntii-'l bu c-uninencctl ht-fort! lho  issuance oft-u-'h ce.i tillcatetii i:iiii-oveiin.nts.  Dacc-el this Kkh daj ot Jli-i-ch, 1S07.  F. S. Barnard.  ��������� i  COLONIAL MINERAL CLAIN.  Siliiatein thcT-outlj-ikc MininR Division of  West Kouttnay District, bortited abiuit 0  miles from Trtait Lake and being asoutheily  extension of the .-liplt i JMincittl Uluini.    -  TAKE NOTICE thit 1.1-\ S. Dirnard- "lan-  nt_hi(_; Dir^clc.r . f llio l.illnoct, Fraser llivcr  and C-jriboo Gold l-'it-lds Litnito'.-froo miner's  ccitilicato No. filOlS, itnend. sixty days from  the dale hereof to apply f) lhe MininB Reror-  der for n c.-rtificato cf improveti'cnts, for the  purp-.se of obtaining a Crown gitl-jc of the  above claim.  And further take notico that action, under  section  37, n ust bu  commenced heforo  tho  issu'-nec of such certificate of improvement--.  I'atcil this-tilth day of March lf.17.  F. S. Barnard.  Messrs. Chas. I'ayior, F. j\. Siills. E.  Ricl and T. Kvans arrived from Mon-  tteal on Monday. They have brought  with Ihein tin hydraulic pump ."mil  tliie-e- gold separating nnd saving  machines with whicli to work on the  placer leases acro'-s tho river. There  is $5,000 worth of niachiiie.-ty in all.  Mr. Taylor, who invented lhe gold-  saving uitii-hines, had the three, wliich  are now here, built in Montreal under  his supervision during the winter. He  in! ends to manufacture Ihcm here in  future. He and his associates in the  entcipii*3i.' will build ,-t scow anil set up  and operate the machine-.-, on her. The  Hkimlu wishes the undertaking every  success.  ABSTRACT OF RECORDS.  Illecillewaet Mining Division for March  and April. '  TRANSFERS, ETC.  March 12.��������� Four-fifths interest, in  the AVarspite mineral i-laim from A.  G. IL Potts to W. B. Dennison.  April 0.���������Third intere.-L in the Mom-  ing and Sunset mineral cl.iiius froni  J. Cnllen to H. Benning. c   :.  April 16.���������Power of attorney, from  Alex. McRae to A. (i. Il.;%P������tts;  Power of Attorney from David "AVool-  sey to A. G. H. Putts; Power of Attorney from Thos. L. AVcn>l**ey and  Emily AA'oolsey to A. G. fl. Potts.  April 2~.���������The St. JJ������l<"") niiiie.ral  claim from Messrs. Brewster, Temple.  McCarty, Bourne and Kilpati-ie'k to  the Carnes' f.'it.-ek Consolidated Cold  .Minos Limited Liability Co.  T.eiC-.TION'".  April 1.���������Morning and  Sunset min  era! claims, A. Stctistrotj.e,   XV.  Scott  and J. Gullet).  April 11.--Ample ntiii":--.! claim. Otto  Steele.  April Ui.--Black Diamond iiiincr.-il  olaim. A. Stenslionic* and W. Scott.  April '21>.���������Mountain miuerii claim,  Alex. MiR.-u*.    ,  April 23.���������Xinc'ly-severi mineral  claim. 3. XI. Met'ormick.  April 28.��������� A*-oii Liko mineral claim,  A. H. Utley.  Rervclstokc M ining Division to Date  jVpt-il 20.���������Philadelphia, placer Maim  at Smith Creek, C. E. Trump tej  Columbia Hydraulic Mining Co. Pittsburg, placer claim at Smith Creek,  W. If. Trump to Columbia Hydraulic  Mining Co.  To Rent  j\horit. the "th of Juno, the office no*-v ocon-  pi<_ri l>y the Ivootenn-y Mail. Apply to JuIps  I'errin on tlio same ljull(lin������. .r.tr.y2t  TUITION  Miss Lewi Martin will give Piano or  Organ Inst ruction at pupil's residence.  Private Le.-sons in German, . Shorthand, tuitl (JalistJienics. Typewriting  done by the hour. Apply at the  Kindergarten from 0 a.m. to 12 noon,  ���������tiiiytf  HOTEL LICENSE.  Nolice is hereby given that 30 elays  after date, I intend In apply for a  license to retail li'piot- in the: Lain ie  Hotel, L-uiiie. |J. (.'.  G. A. .UitouKt;.  A i>l. 10, 1SG7.      liw  W. A. NETTLE,  Carpenter and. Contractor  Plans and Estimates Prepared,  REVELSTOKE STATION,  REVELSTOKE STATION  )  TIMOTHY by carlond. ton or bale.  '  PRAIRIE offered today  at Arery low prices to make room.  MANITOBA 'POTATOES---Carload just arrived.  J������GrGfS���������^ large consignment. '  "fH^ e<r53 _    fS3 ""f?1 -r** ���������  W%M  Before hitting1 the Hills  Gat your Medicine Ghest refitted at  B.C.  G. E.: SHAW,  NOTARY  P.BLIG,  REAL,   ESTATE AGENT..  Desirable Residences f ;r Sale (tr to Let.  Convey,-ir.ci**B in all its branches*.  Fire Insurance.  Parcels Delivered  .  We Never Sleep  REVELSTOKE- STATION  *w  riAft  NOT RAISTSI)  "TlTET-'nTCJE-O F~���������  [gars  At J. MORGAN'S Shaving Parlors  Another larttjc and complete Btcck of Tobaccos  just received, al-o a fine 3tock of  Confectionery  J.   MORGAN, Tonsorial Artist  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS  ULACKSniTMINO and   JOiiUINO,  PLUnBINCi and PIPE-PITTING,  TINSrUTt.l.Na ami1 SHEET IRON  AVORK,  MACHINERY REPAIRED.  Mining Work a  Specialty.  Robt. Cordon,   -    Revelstoke Sta.  "���������"������"**  IIDENTIAL.. LOTS  FOR SALE���������situate between lhe Methodist Chinch, and the brow of the hill,  near the obi town.    For prices and particulars apply to - ''   ���������   -    -  ^SSSSESK-  T.  L. HAIG, Sole Agent;  w.-G. biknby;  Paper Hanging a Specialty  AtldresE: Care of Union Hotel. Ilovcbtokc.U.C.  IS  To Suit  Our" Customers.  And judging by the; increase in  our business, we arc succeeding in  suiting them, probably better than  outside tailors we read about.  We have the, largest stock in the  town to select from. The very latest  in Baitings.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Wilson, Tailori  Opp. C. P. R. water tank.  If-.  " Apparel oft doth proclaim the Man."(  EVERYBODY READS THE HERALD  m  mtm&m  tr^^���������tA ixU ->SJ kK< t^U^^i ^yJ'SfU Hot K<lSi������'lll&&v*Sf  From Brantford, the Home of,Good Manufactures  vC<_*-*  f|-THE ON12Y-  " CANADIAN BiGYGLE  m  C'?3  m  m  m  m  "73  .1-  -i  Th.it reoeived an awarrl at the Worl .'rf Culiiin- ',  bitin F:>:!)0^itIon for iittinltt of [<<.ncral exce-IIenco  wa^ lhe Brantford Re.cl Bird, the st-oriKPSt,  spec "its t an.l most heautlfal bicycle sold in the  Dominion tclay.  7"HE WISDOM  OP  THIS  AWARD  Is veri.lccl by lh-i f.ict that four out of five of the  Class 11 chnrni-icnsh jis fur '!)j. and four out of  flvo of tha profcs-ional championships for 'SC  were won on a Rj*c1 Bird- NotvlllistandiDK  what the ildcrs of other wheel* may do, tho  fact remains that when anything worth winning  i3 won, the trifle i-i tfeneinlly done on tho fast  nnd beautiful Hed Bird. \  IBRAHCHE3:  IToronto,  Montreal,  St. John.  Winnipeg,  Sydney, Aus-'  tralia.  -I  THE  GOOLD   BICYCLE  ThQso famous Wheels aro sold by tlio  COWjlN-HOLTSM-DOWNg  CO.  CO.** Ltd.,  BRANTFORD.  wm  f F you Avant to be avcII clothed Avith up-to-date good-*, call  on us ai d ljave your orders. "We also keep in connection  Avith our Tcilu'ing Establishment a large stock of Ready-  j.\Iade Clothing. Our Ordered Clothing cannot be competed  Avitli. Our Rtady-Made Clothing is equal to Eastern Ordered  Clothes, The following are some of the prices of our  Ready-Mades: -       ���������  SUITINGS  Ile'ti vy Canadian Tweed ���������  $0 50  Navy Ulne Serge  7 00  Heavy Blue Serge .". '  0 00  Dark Grey Tweed, trimmings to match  10 00  Ili-owii/Tweed. squit re corners ' ,  II 00  Pine Navy Clue Serge ." '". ...:.. 12 00  Heavy Navy Blue Sorgo 'I (/ 13 00  Very 1 luavy Tweed, fancy  14 00  Pine llrnirn Scotch Tweed -  15 00  Fine Grey Scotch Tweed '. 18 CO  English Worsted Grey * .'  10 00  English Worsted Black " 14 00  Fine Heavy English Worsted, Cashmere finish...".....'  20 00  PANTS  Men's Working..  1 75  -Men's Heavy Working ..'...-1 ��������� * i  2 50  Pine Narrow Striped  3 75  Heavy Blue Serge  4 00  Heavy Fancy Knglish '.  4 50  Black English AA'orsted, satin shape  4 50  R.-S. WlhSON,  1      MERCHANT TAII20R,  REVELST0HE STATION,  B.G.  '���������I  'f  &  taaam


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