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 -��������� ,-v'"  ,-"  ���������Si!.:   IX >..u.  ., ������   .*/ &'"*.������.���������  Published in Interests of Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lake, Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan Pass and Slocan Districts.  -  Vol. I.    No.  36.  -ISSTT*Eir)   T-Vv-IO"E3-^-"Vv-EE1_K: ��������� "Vv-"_BnZ)iTESIDA."^"S    -cVIL-TID    S^.TTTI__D^."SrS-  '  REVELSTOKE, B.C.. SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1897.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  TIIl-j first ("hing wise p' ople think of  wh"ii ordering goods by mail is the  capacity for business of those they write  wh"ii ordering goods by mail is the ^  ���������,idty for business of those they write &  to. Tho reputati- n we enjoy for prompt- JJ  -...���������_. .       _r_   .-- ,��������� til,  neas makes our Mail Order trade forgo |3-  ahead ac a gratifying rate. S-,  Our Specialties ���������;��������������������������� ft  Groceries  Liquors  Cigars  Crockery  Dry Goods g  Boots and Shoes R'  Men's Furnishings g.  Tailoring &  Dressmaking ,   @-  llequests for price Vst3 and samples B<  jcuive prompt attention. Xj.  Hudson's Bay Stores,      g  ������ .."..Calgary....       - ftrt  iaggg_s������3gsa!rggg~?������S~Z5r;~2'gy~  Established 1885.  T.   L.    HAIG  &  Sole Agent for  Revelstoke  "^ Townsite  MINING  FIRE AND LIFE-INSURANCE s  Qhas. r. carlyon,  .    BARRISTER-AT-LAW.  SOLICITOR,  AND NOTARY'PUBLIC.  ������3"OPFICE :   Mjil building, Rcvclstoko. B,C.  "   ROBERT  SAMSON,  Dealer in Wood. _  Draring  and  Deli\o-y Work a specialty at  low est prices. ���������  Teams always road;- at a moment's notice. .  Agent for the Stand lrd Oil Company.  6 T.^ABRIEL,  NAKUSP.  11. C.  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance  - For information on mineral cl-iims on  Cariboo -Jroek, write at once and get particulars. 28mrtf  J.   R.   HULL   &   CO.,  Fueccsiors to Hull Bros. & Co.,  'BufchVrsaricl Wholesale and Retail Dealers  i   Eecf, Pork, Etc.  KAMLOOPS   and   REVELSTOKE.  All orders In our'line promptly filled.  R. H. RAMSEY,  House Painters"-**  c    and Decorator  SIGN  P.MN1INO  A  SPECIALTY  MAIN STREET, REVELSTOKE  Spring.  House Cleaning  Send for samples of our Willi  Paper. Prices from 10c. l'2hc,  l~e up to 50c roll. Muil orders  carefully attended to.  Linton Bros.,  Booksellers, Calgary.  'HIRC'R IXC ISM  MITCHELL  &  CO,  General  Merchants  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  Our Grocery, Dry Goods.  Boot and Shoe, Hardware and  Stove, Crockery and Glassware, Miner's Supplies' Departments are - w_U stocked  with new and seasonable goods  but space will not allow of us  to particularize on any of the  departments. A.call and inspection of our immense stock-  will repay you.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  Premier .Laurier's speedy response  to a telegram from Kossland on the  smelter question tlmt the parties owning the Le Roi, who want to huilcl  their smelter at Northport hud better  go slow, must have conic .-is an unpleasant surprise to thu Witt'lkiuds,  etc., who have* dared to assert that  Canada dare not put an export duty  on ore. In the present temper of the  Dominion parliament an export duty  would he put on" with scarcely a  disscntent voice. As tin intelligent  community we do not want, to adopt  these haibiirous and ��������� antiqiri.ted  methods of restricting trade and intercourse, such as alien acts and export  duties, hut if forced to do so in self  defence, wo shall use Iheni with some  effect. In accordance*, with .the host  traditions of the old country," there is  not a country on tlie continent,.in  which foreigners have so much freedom and opportunity to make use to  the utmost of its natural advantages.  But il would he a great -mistake for  them to imagine on that account that  Canadians have the least intention of  allowing, anybody except themselves  to run it. ."    ,"  '  The Government cun arrange to hold  the river, bank, Allen's Brewery will  stand., lie ciininiiiiagt* the test .himself.    Send in your orders.-    '  The Revelstoke Breweiy  If You Have a  MINE TO SELL  or wish a company formed, or  want to buy a mine or shares  in any mmc, want to invest in  Spokane real estate or wish to  make a borrow, write at once tei  JAS.   L.   FORD   & CO.,  Mine Brokers.    Mining Stocks.  901 llivcrside Avo.,  Spokane,   Wash.  GUY BARBER  Jeweller and Watchmaker  C. P. R. Time Inspector  ABSTRACT  OF   RECORDS.  For the Revelstoke   Recording   District  to Date.,  LOCATION'S.  April 27.���������White Swan, four miles  south of Itevelstoke, J. A. Wood.  "lay 7.���������No. 1 claim. 10 miles from  the mouth of Isaac Creek,J.T. Murphy  mid J. 1~. Bate'.  May 10.���������Golden Crown, forks of  Carnes Creek, J  C. Kirkpatrick.  Ironclad, forks of Carnes' Creek,  Angus Hamilton.  May 17.���������Primrose, 11 miles from the  mouth of Climes' Creek, W. Whit-  more.  Black Boss, 1 mile "from mouth of  Ciirnes's Creek, J. D. Graham.  May 21.���������White* Bear. Isaac Creek,  15 miles south* of Itevelstoke, J. T.  .Murphy and D. J. Slorwald.  Robert  Ro.ve,   Isaac   Creek,  Bates and G. XV.  Thompson.  Morning View,   Isaac "Creek.  Storwald rtnel M. XV. Storwald.  Red Owl. Isaac Creek, -M. W. Stor-  walil and S. J. Bates.  Ajock, Isaac Creek,G. W. Thompson  uidS. J. Bales.  Black Diamond, Isaac  Creek, G  Thompson and J. E. Bates.  TRANSFERS.  May U.���������Hard Pan. one-twelfth  terest, J. M. Kellie. to J. W. Vail.  Warburton Pike has sold his Cassiar,  charter to the Transvaal Goldfields  Ijtd., of London, doubtless making i an  excellent thing for himself out of the  concessions granted him out of the  property of the people of British Columbia ,hy the government. - A survey  of the line is to be commenced at once,  anil according to 'the terms of the  act the company may commence  to select its lands afc once.  Tlie Hii'UAiD - not ices " that. M.  Pike is to head an exploration survey  into the district in the course of a few  weeks.'1 The construction of the,"line  need not commence till July 1,'1S9!_>,  but failure to" comply with this requirement does not prejudice the privileges of the einpany. They can pick  out all their land and so bar out free  miners fiom Cassiar without building  a mile of railway, if they choose to do  so.  Prospectors!  Now is Your Time  Make a Strike!  Money,  time and   trouble  saved   by  buying your supplies In sight uf tho  in.ncs at Itevelstoke prices.  Yours for business, >  to  I.  M. CITRON,  General Merchant.  Thomson's Landing, B. C.  Smylm  COLORED MAP of...  Norths  Kootenay  Showing tho Big Bend, Trout  L ike, Ltrdcau and Illecillewaet  Mil ing Districts.. All the prin-;  cipal gro tips of claims and coi rcct  courses of rivers and e-ceks  given.   Price Sl.CfJ.   Appjy:  P.   Leake,  H.E.,  Revelstoke  Smylm J  INSURANCE  AND  COMMISSION   AGENTS,  MINING   BROKERS,  CALGARY, ALTA.  A. McGUIRE,  Dealer in all kinds of  Farm Produce,  s. J.  D.J.  XV  in-  The   question  for this -province   to  decide  is  whether we   intend   to.let  this business go on or -not.    We can,  if we choose,   elect repiesentatives at  the next provincial election pledged to  repeal this Cassiar act   or any   other  concessions, in which'the government  has-been-to-Iiberal-iti-parting-with-the  resources of the country for the  benefit of the faintly compact at Victoria  and its friends.   But if   we  intend to  do so, we certainly ought to warn  investors, who may he disponed  in  perfect good faith to put money into certain enterprises on   tho   strength   of  these  concessions, that  we   mean   to  retract them.    A  petition should   be  'drawn up.-iskingthe Dominion Government to veto .the obnoxious acts and  clauses, such    as    the    Cassiar    Aid  -Bill and the ltithet clause in the Railway Loan Act.   Perhaps constitutionally they cannot help us, but it would  shew outsiders what the temper of the  people i.s with regard   to   these   measures.    We shall then  be able wilh a  cleat' conscience to instruct our representatives in  the new pitrlianicnl lo  repeal lliem.   We cannot afford to allow  a  gove.'i-nmi'nt   which   has   long  sincelo3ttheconlider.ee ol* the country to foi co these flagitious measures  on   the  people   with   a  cynical    impudence, unparallelled  in  the history  of parliamentary   institutions.     The  acts must be repealed.   At the same  time the good faith  of  the province,  though pledged  by a breach ot   trust  with the province itself, must as far as  possible   be  maintained.    As   to the  members of the government and their  supporters, it is high time an  example  was made.   The temptation to squander the magnificent resources of  this  province for unworthy ends is becoming to great to be   eombatted e-by the  dread of mere   expulsion   from oilice.  We'shall not get a good  government  till a more drastic remedy is provided,  anil we have it to our hand.   An  impeachment of the present government  for betray.-']  of tlie public trust will  restore a much needed sense of  personal responsibility to our public men  and provide a day of reckoning for the  anticipation  of defaulters, instead  of  that complete impunity to which they  are no doubt loeiking forward.   Public  C 4 T ill_f**_N   AD1VT    "ft P     ������"*ce wi'* become public ti-ust, as soon  OALl'lUl"   AKlel,  D.L.   as the fnc-t is clearly established that  hi each of trust is certain   to   be   fol-  Write for Prices  | lowed by adecjuatc punishment.  FERGUSON.  Programme of Sports Arranged for the  Queen's Birthday.  A committee .composed 'of Messrs.  D..Ferguson, H. B. Crockett, G. B.  Batho, .Andy Cummins," Alex. Cuni-  mings, W. Holmes and Fred. Fallis  have arranged ti programme of sports  to be held here on May 21th. They  extend a cordial invitation to everybody, particularly the ladie*s, to attend. There will be a grand ball in  the evening, at -which the. Ferguson  orchestra will furnish the music. Tlie  programme of sports is us follows :  . PIvOGBAJIME.  r 100 yard foot, nice. '.    '       ,'',",  50 yard fat man's race. '��������� ���������  50 yard ladies'race. ',  Three"leg nice.-  Egg and spoon race.  100 yard puck race. ;  Throwing the hammer.  Hop, skip and jump.  Long jump.  High jump'.'  Close leg jump.  Tug of wav, Ferguson vs. Trout. Lake.  Horse race*,���������free for till.  BURTON-CITY  Surveyor  Patrick  Arrives  to,-Lay Out  " "llie* To whsiteT- -���������  . -  _Burton City, May 10.���������Mr.. A. P.  Patrick, D.L. S.. P. L. S., arrived here  last week; and was met at Nakusp hy  A. M. Beattie, who accompanied him  in. Mr. Pati ick is we'll pleased with  the prospects of Burton City that he  has decided to send for. his' family in  the Northwest und establish his office  at _this point. On being asked his  opinion of Burton City's prospects, he  said he was not surprised, ns it was  only iirepeLitiou of Mr. Hull's shrewd  speculations and thinks whoever  secures lots when they are put on the  market will elei well,  FERGUSON  A Lively Town and   Business   Rushing  ���������Struck the Main Lead of the Silver  Cup.  Frim Our Own Correspondent.  FurtfiusoN', May IS,���������Any doubt that  might exist, as to whether the Lardeau  is going to be the liveliest camp in  British Columbia this summer, woultl  be immediately dispelled by a visit to  Ft'igusiui, the distributing point, for  this great district. There are no idle  men in the. town, everyone is busy.  The three stores. Cummin's, C. B.  Hume to Co.'s and Butho's are all doing  a good business1. Pack trains are passing through to the mines all -the time,  the hotels are full to overflowing, two  and three men in a bed and the dining  rooms and passages strewn at night  with sleeping forms. New enterprises  are being started every day, among  which are a wholesale store (flour, feed  and produce) by Mr. J el lands, a barber  shop by Mr. Courtinanche, Mr. Holmes  of the Gold House, Vancouver a hotel,  Mr. O'Loughliu it hotel. I. Citron is  moving in his stock of gtjneral merchandise as soon us lumber for his  new building, opposite C. B. Hume to  Co.'s, can be had. Mr. Sessions has  decided to start a boot and shoe store,  it meat market will be established inside of two weeks, and Mr. Lundy, of  the Highland Group, intends erecting  nn office." Mr. Lundy" states that the  Bank of B. N' A. is considering the  advisability of establishing a branch  at once in this Alladin-like city.  The great need is lumber. ' Everybody is anxiously looking forward' to  the time when the* toot of the saw  mill will resound through the prim-  ieval solitudes, heralding the arrival  of that great factor of civilization and  "commerce���������the iron horse. That Mr.  Clink will fulfil his promise to have his  mill running within 10 days is a consummation devoutly to be wished.  There are two families here, and three  more coming in at once. - Tlie' ladies  tire in love with the beautiful situation  of the., town. We hope,- to -have'- a  school'b'y the end of June.  May 2-lth is lo be " becomingly "commemorated by a dance. Cummins is  inundated .with orders for dancing  pumps, Conrtmanche has sent out a  wire to Joe Morgan for n large _{-on-  sigtiment of cosmetique, and Shaw is  getting out" the invitations' on his  type-writer.  Mr. C. Ii!. Shiuv reports real estate  active.   He is selling lots every clay.  The Horne-Payne Co. have struck  the niain lead of the Silver Cup. The  ore body is 22 inches wide mid they  h-ive not yet reached the wall. .Mr. T.  J. Jones, ti pioneer of the Rossland  e-aiiip has just come "down, and says  the Cup is the biggest thing he has  seen in a mining experience of 27  years.  THE BILL OF FARE  THE WORK   OF  THE   PRESENT  SESSION OUTLINED.  The Fast  Line   Contract  Endorsed   by  Great Britain���������The C. P. R.  Arranging Terms lor the   Crow's Nest Rail'  way���������Increase in Trade Returns.  (Special to the Herald.)  Ottawa. May 22.���������Trade returns for  the month of April show an increase  in the volume of tt-iide of over $2,000,:  000, and an ine-rc-ii.se in the duty col:  lected of $197,003.  Sir Richard C'.irtwrighfc announced  in the house last, night that he had ie;  ceived a cablegram from -England,  stating that the Imperial Government  had approved of the fast Atlantic  steamship con tract. The Canadian  Government gives $"00,000 and Great  Britain $250,000 as a yearly subsidy.  The vessels will run 20 knots an hour  from port to port.  In voting $5,000 towards a statue of  the late Hon. Alexander MacKenzie  in the house last night," "Sir Charles  Tapper said that Mr. MacKenzie was  a man devoted tn Brilish institutions"  and a lover of his country, and this  grant should have been made- sooner."  He voted for it .with pleasure. Sir  Richard Cartwright, who was leading  the house in the absence of Mr.  Laurier, thanketl Sir Charles Tupper  for what he said.  Toronto, May 22.���������Tho Globe's .Ottawa correspondent, says: An .announcement regarding the Intercolonial Railway extension at Montreal may  be expected soon.' It is understood  that Sir William Van Home and Mr.  Shaiighnessy are .hard at work with  the sub-commiltee of ministers. :arranging the terms, upon which the C.  P. R. shall construct the Crow's Nest  extension through Kootenay.  ���������The-rvotp o5-",000,000 for deepening  the St.'Lawrence canals, will pass as it  matter of course. ) These four things,"  the Fast Line,, Intercolonial extension, Canal deepening and the Crow's-  Nest Railway, together with the tariff  and the plebiscite bill will probably  be the sum of the session's work.  Our Jubilee Edition. .  The IiiiiiAM) is making arrangements to publish about August 1st  next a special illustrated edition, descriptive e>f the mining country round  Revelstoke, taking in the Big Bend,  Illecillewaet, Trout Lake. Lnrdeaii,  Fish Creek and Jordan Pass districts.  The edition, which will be got out in  the same size and shape as the B.C.  Mining Record, will bo printed on  heavy book paper anel profusely cm-  hellished wilh half tone photogravures  in the .very highest style of modern  magazine illustration. A well known  local mining syndicate has already  subscribed for 500 copies. The issue  will consisted 10.000 copies and will be  of the greatest value in calling attention to the iniiHiiiliceiit resources of  thisscctionof West Koolenay.now beginning to rise into such prominence.  We solicit the co-operation and patronage of every business and mining  man in the district to ensure the  success of this undertaking, which  will be the llrst attempt on any considerable scale to bring the country  tributary to Itevelstoke as a whole  before, the attention of the outside  public. Single numbers, 25c. each.  Advertising rates on application to  this offh-c.  The Two Friends.  The Vancouver company, who bonded the well known Two Friends mine  near Slocan City in April, 1800, have  failed lo make the last payment of  $37,500 which fell due on Uiul2i.Ii inst.,  and the original owners have resumed  possession. They also claim the net  proceeds from SO tons of ore, which up  to diito has been retained by the company. The second payment of $10,000.  which was made Inst November, was  paid out of the proceeds of previovs  shipments amount ing to S0J tons, except $1,-i7i~.:*7. ��������������������������� The company was  stocked at $210,000 in S00.O0O shares of  !t() cents each fully paid up. of which  280,000 were eill'tireil to Ihe public at  pur.- The stock was readily taken up  and a. large block is said to be holel in  Toronto. Thu company paid a  dividend of 2J per cent, last .March.  The ore averageil 250-.JS0 oz. of silver  por ton, and '.18 to 52 per cent. lead and  netted at the smelter S150 to $1G0 per  ton. The had failli or bad management of the company has created a  feeling of great indignation in Slocan.  BOXED HIS EARS BUT NO DUEL  Hostilities still Carried on.���������The. decision  of the Powers.  "Madrid, May 22.���������Afc a heated and  tumultuous debute in the senate yes"  ���������terday over Senator Morgan's resolution in the United Stales senate, the  Duke of Tetiiiii), minister of foreign  alfairs,-boxed-the- ears _ of. Senator  Gonitis, and he (the Duke) then resign-'  ed his portfolio.tind he and tbe Senator'  selected their seconds for a duel, but  tbe seconds have decided a duel is"  not necessary.  Athens, May 21.���������In "spite of the"  armistice: the Turks have advanced to  Daitsea' and occupied and fortified  several positions, and Greek warships  have fired upon'and sunk it vessel flying Turkish flag, but the main part of  both armies are inactive. The powers  make their peaca offering today. Tliey  will consent to u strategic rectification  of the frontier mid to an. indemnity  not   exceeding 115 million francs.  Ore Shipments.  Through Revelstoke this week.   Slocan Star, SO.OOJ   lbs, valued nt $20,510.  The Sultana Makes a Good Shewing.  A. Gainer and C 15. Bailey have  completed their assessment work on  tho Sultana claim, which lies next to  the Great Western on the Arm. They  have jiiacle an open cut, 20 feet in  length and found on 'going down that  the surface vein of quartz disappear  ed and gave place to a vein of soliel  galena, much beyond their expectations. They are going prospecting  now but will return in the early fall  and dtive a 50 foot tunnel on the lead  and expect from the present shewing  to begin to get out shipping ore from  the start.  Revelstoke Markets.  Retail���������Oats, seed $30 per ton. feed  $23 per ton; butter, tub. dairy 23c,  creamery. 25 to 28c. ; potatoes $28  per ton; hay, timothy and clover,  $25 per ton; wild hay, $15; beef, by the  carcase. Or.: pork, by the; carcase', 13r.:  mutliin, 15c; eggs, fresh, 20c. to 25c.  per dew.  JUSTICE TO IRELAND AT LAST.  The Poor Rates and County Cess to be  Paid by the Government.  Lo.s'nox, May 22.���������In the; house yesterday Mr. Balfour stated that Ireland  woulel get an equivalent for the relief on agricultural rates' given in  1'jiigland. At present the land owners  are liable to half the poor rates, which  the government propose to pay hereafter out of the Iiriperial futiels. Tlie  tenants are liable* for the other half of  the poor rates anel tlie' County Cess.  The government propose hereafter to  pay the County Cess out of the Imperial funds.  Railway Collision.  Last Tuesday, engine Xo. 53-t and  ���������I0S were lakiiig a train along about  five miles east of Itevelstoke, 53-1 with  Engineer. Cluttorbuck being ahead.'  Coming to the decline .>H steamed on  ahead nnd stopped to examine a hot  box. Engineer Clulte'i'mic-k was under  the engine, when the train was heard  coming around a sharp curve. lie had  just got into the tab w hen the collision  occurred- He anil hi--* fireman, jumped as d<d Engineer Little -ind fit email  Glenn on 408. Glenn's wrist was sprained and his be-atl w;is cut. Little's back  was hurt and lie was slightly _>c.-ilded.  '  C. IL 11. Pcntreath. M. B.. is visiting"  at Dr. Madem's and helping him witii"  i Ins large practice. i___.kOk.4i_a ~j _..'i jr-n n.'.i  h  Agents -'  "Victoria Powder Oo.  C  Agento :  RAM LAL'S TEA  Wholesale and Retail General Merchants.  flEW D^V GOODS . . .  Now Opening, Consisting of Dress Goods, Prints, newest  patterns, Muslins, "Cottons, Cretonnes, Flannelettes,  Cambrics, Floor Oil Cloth, and Carpets in Latest  Designs.  JiOUl IH STOCK . . .  Just arrived three Cars of HARDWARE, one Car of  TINWARE and STAMFWARE, comprising everything needed by  Miners   and   Builders.  Our Supply ot Builders' Hardware Is the Most Complete in the Country and our Prices Are Right.  IN QUALITY Our Goods Are the Sest That Can Be Procured���������IN PRICE We Can Compete With Any.  STORES:     REVefcSTOKG,    TROUT hhm CITV,    F6RGUS0N.  Revelstoke   Herald  ���������JOHNSON  & I"KTTIPI"ECB  Proprietors and Publishers  SILVER VS. GOLD  A Bemi-Weokly Journal, published in tho  nterests ot BovelBtoko and the surrounding  iscrlot, "Wednesdays and Satnrdaj s, making  osest connections with all trains.  Advertising Rates: Display ails, $1.50 per  columniuch.S~.UOperineli wheninsertedoo title  page, liogal acts.. 12c p>-r (oonparail) line for  first insertion; 80 for each additional insertion.  1 leading notices, 15c por line each issue. Birth,  Marriage and Heath notices, free.  Subscription Rates: -By mail or carrier. $2 00  per annum ; ������1.25 for six months, strictly in  dvance.  Our Job Department: Tin: Hkhalti Job  Department is one*, of the bost equipped  printing olllces in Wcsr, Kootcnav, and is prepared to execute all kinds of printing in llrst  class stylo at honest prices One prico to all.  No iob too large���������none too small���������fonts. ~ l������ tl  orders promptly attended to. Give ns a trial  on your next order.  To Correspondents: AVe invite correspondence on aoy subject of interest to the general  public, and desire a reliable regular correspondent in every locality surrounding  Itevelstoke. In all eases the bona title namo  of the writer must accompany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publication.  AddreSB all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  SAMPLER AT NAKUSP  1. All correspond enco must bo Icgiblj-  written on one side of tha paper only.  ���������2. Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with the proper namo  of the writer.  ."S. e'orrespondonee with reference to any  thiDg that has appeared in another panel*  must llrst be ofTcrea for publication to that  paper before iteau appear tn Inn IIkkald-  SATUBDAY,  MAV 22,  1S!>7  MINING A S -1 A7 IN VESTMENT  It bus beeu a common saying I'or  years tluib mining is a "gamble,'  aud that no man knows how a  mine will turn out. In a degree  this is true.    But  not wholly so.  There was a time when certain"  surface indications were accepted  as positive evidence of the value  of tbe ore beneath them, and sales  were made based- upon such  indications", butscience liasstepped  in, and ore supposed to be worthless has assumed a new value.  Consequently the old surface indications are not considered infallible guides by the prospector  of this day, and., are sometimes  entirely ignored by the mining  expert.  "Gold is where you Iind it," has  become a modern prospector's  axiom, and not without good  reason, for valuable mines are now  being worked whicli have been  tramped over for months by  supposedly -well posted mining  men, and carefully turned down  in the past by the experts.  When a man puts his money in  a mine now. he not only knows he  is buying a mine, but he knows  just about how much ore is in  sight and about what it is worth  per ton- He therefore takes not  so great a risk in reality, as many  merchants do, who credit goods  a thousand miles from their homes.  When the return* from a paying  mine are compared with the investment the risk becomes of no  moment, and some mines are so  productive that they pay  dividends as regularly as, and  much larger than, bank stock or  any lirst class security.  Jn any well managed mine the  risk is out of all proportion to the  returns, for where it may cost  $20,000 to open and develop a mine  s-j that it pays expenses and  finally dividends, the returns  . frequently run as high as SI00,000  in a single year. There is no other  legitimate business that pays  such profits  Professor Carlyle   on the   Prospects of  Silver   Mines.  In his excellent report on the Slocan  Prof, A. W. Carlyle. Provincial jMiu-  eialogist, says: "For sometime back  there has existed a strong antipathy  to silver properties, and foreign investors especially have refused to entertain any proposition that was not on a  gold basis, but now the fact is being  realized that with silver even at its  greatly reduced value, 'if there is a  sufficient number of ounces of this  white metal in the ore, a silver or  silver-lead mine is quite as profitable  and its desirable iis a gold mine, and  tbe handsome returns from the very  high grade ores being minediu Slocan,  Nelson and Ainsworth, are attracting increasing attention, as is testified  by the numbers now seeking silver  properties and the transactions recorded. ;is many mines or claims have* been  bought or bonded by English, American," and Canadian investors during  the past season, not only within these  districts but other parts of British  Columbia.  Pari in 11 lent will in all probability be  pi-eirogiicil about June 15th.  Calgary has a lady citizen who was  present at the coronation of Queen  Victoria.  Montreal   City   Council   has   votec*  $10,000   towards   the;   expense of   the  Queen's jubilee celebration.  A company ol American stockmen  has locatctl in the Cypress Hills with  one: thousand head of stockers.  Metallic tin litis been discovered on  the North Fork .nf Salmon river, the  first instance of tlie kind in the Kootenay.  ThecHohsnn branch nf lhe Columbia  it Western railway is i-xpectecl to be  running by .June 1. Work is being  steadily noshed on if,.  Tho factorv of Geo. P.. Tuckett it  Sons, of Hamilton, manufacturers of  "T. it B.'* tobacco, closed down on  Saturdnv last pending arrangement of  tlie tobacco duties. Five hundred em-  "pleTycf^;rr"e_thi'e3'.virTs"ni-firji-wDrfc7   The i-PDort issued by the Northern  Pacific i.nilway Company states that  the acreage of wheat, in Manitoba this  year will be increased fullv .Viper cent.  Prospects are excellent owing to the-  favourable condition of lhe ������oil and  welcome rains.  The Macleod Gazette: stale-: that the  final location of the Crow's Nest line  has been made*, past Macleod. The line-  runs d'atronally thiough IIk- north cnM,  corner-Vjf the r.ioe track fenee-. The  flatiim will In* itbout a mill! from llu*  present business street of trie town.  The- steamers plying liL-t.ui-en Golden  anti liifi ICcotenay pejints are at present eloing il lucrative business. Since  the sii.ash up south of Fort Steele this  has been the only route anel us a rt-Milt  tne steamer*! are carrying all {be*  freight and passengers they can  handle-.  The Archbishop of Rupert's I.antl  speaking at the* recent meeting of the  Anglican Synoel on amotion expressing  approval of the proposed plebuscile fen-  total prohibition to lie taken by the  Dominion Government, stated distinct-  Will Treat Ores   From the   Slocan and  Lardeau Districts.   '  Ore sampling works similar to those  already established at Kaslo, will he  built ;it Nakusp by the Colorado Ore  Sampling     Works. George    W.  Pierce, it representative of thtlt company has been looking the field over  iind considers that, Natusp oilers riiany  natural natural advantages for such a  business.  The C. P. R. is to some extent responsible tor this, as that company is  desirous of diverting ore shipments  from the Slocan via Kaslo as much as,  possible. The works will be of sufficient capacity to accommodate what-  business may he obtained from the  Slocan as well as the Lardeau district.  It is reported that the business then  of New Denver oll'erecl to subscribe  $10,000 worth of stock in the sampler  company m-ovlded a plant was erected  tit New Denver. The oiler was refused.  ���������Nelson Miner.  THE BRITON'S    PROTEST  it pri-  The following extract is from  viite letter from Johannesburg :  "Lieutenant ElolT, this President's  grandson, got a taking down at Kru  gersdorp.  . "Yesterdav he was at it bar, and said  that all the Englishmen here, ought to  tie shot, and then went on to call the  tho Queen a lot of Intel names. So  I'ttite a common chap named Jim Crow  whe}, trains horses (it was at a race  ���������jieeting), who was standing by, knocked him tlown and knocked oiit two ot  his front teeth.  ���������'When the Zai-ps tried to arrest him  the crowd rushed them and took 'away  their revolvers."'  A patty of twelve young men from  Winnipeg will leave shortly tor tbe  gold fields ot the Yukon rivet".  The voting on the Sunday car <|ues-  Lion in Toronto is said "to have caused  more interest and excitemcnl than the  last general election.  . Uudvard Kipling's latest lines on the  Canadian t.arilY. entitled "Our l'_,:idv of"  the Snows'" will add nothing to sp'o.-ik  of lo his reputation. It"bus called  forth miles ot parody anel is really a  libel on the climate of Canada.���������Vic  toria Province.  Rossland is intensely indignant  owing to Uie determination of the Le  Roi company to build its smelter at  Xorthport. "Wash., four miles south of  the boundary line. Steps are hi'ing  taken tn petition lhe* Dominion Government to piace a heavy export duly  on ore-  Mad.irnt' Laurier. wife; of t.bc premier,  Mrs. Cote- an.I Mif. T;i*-fbi'ri'.-tn, have  been visiting .Mrs. Colonel Viilnl at  \Vol������elcy barracks at LontlWi, Ont.  Tile party aro making a trip over the  (_.'. P.P.. sy-Jte-rn iintl were to le-aw- for  tin* ive",(, last Saturday on tin.' priv.-ile  car '" I'timlit'rl.inci.*"  .Maiiaccr Whvte eifthc C. P. R. has  relumed to Winnipeg from a Western  trip. II" i-ejioi ts tbe 1 rnpt all .'dung  the line looking well. Mr. Wnvti; s;ii<l  that annotinc'-'inents as to the new  lime cards and the new aii|iuinrriii*nts  to follow the   recent   change'   m  the  ly that he'would vote against Probibi-1 division of the roael. would be definite*  tion. Ifelincl come to the conclusion  that while the Holy Scriptures condemn drunkenness in severe terms,  yet, it regarded wine as a gooel gift of  God and tbe very emblem of joy. He  believed that prohibition would b" a  failure, and that in enacting it the  country would be interfering with thp  free: rights of the people and doing a  grievious wrong to a large: section of  the community.  The inquest held at, Moose Jnw  on the * body of tbe child  in the Flack case resulted in the verdict th it death was caused by neglect  to procure proper assistance during  birth. The mother, Maggie Coulter,  was charged before the mngistraU'S  the next, clay. The report, of Professor  Kcndrick, of St. .John's College*, Winnipeg, stati'tl lhat, analysis *-ht>wctl  strong alkaline inaction, and of fraces  of ammonia, sufficient ft) have caused  death, but. which might have liee-n  produced by putrefaction. Dr. Turn-  bull lestiliecl that lhe appearance 'if  the mucous membrane of I In; lips ami  tongue: of the child would justify (he  opinion that, a corrosive lluiil bad  been med. The woman was committed for l.riiil, a nil was taken lo Regina  jail. The charge of concealment, of  birth .against the stepfather. Samuel  Flack, was dismissed, but Sergeant  HefrVrman was-bound over to appear  it necessary for prosecution at the  next sitting of tbe Supreme Court,  ly m.'ieli' toward* the* end of next, week.  The action brought by the I'tovmce  Publishing Co. of Victoria against, the  Vancouver World for- having slated  that, the company was replacing white  iiy cheap Japane'-e labour has been  withdrawn. The World published a  complete denial, and exr>r<.-s-������el regret  for having published the itaie-ment  complained of anel agreed tej pay the  cost-: incurred  A cable clc;sp,i,tfti annoiirte.--s the  dp.-ith at Dublin of the Right Hon.  Charles Robert li.iiiy, fwx Jt.-iice ot  Appeals in Ireland since l>-Ki. Trie  deceased judge, who w,is foi r.-ie-ily  solicitor-gen"r:il for Ireland t.'i:irlu(-!.eil  the: prosecution:-! against, tin; Fenian  prisoners :n lPiiSnnel wasal-o ,1 ni"in  her of the* commission appointed to  draft, a criminal code for I'.ngl.iriri. lit  was one of the: ablest judges e,n 1 In-  Irish bench, and exceedingly popular  in private* life.  A well known resilient of Chatham  Ontario, was picnictyig nn Thursday  afu-rnoiin 111 a. shady nook atCediii  Sptiii'/s, wilh a lady formerly of the  Springs, but, more recentiy of Toledo,  Ohio. The bitly's busbatnl, whei got,  wind of the; intimacy between the  two, came upon them suddenly and  opened fire on the man with a, six  shooter. Tbe latter fled and got out  of range witnout being hit. Arrests  were- made and the case lind it bearing  All the-parties are highly respectable.  Wholesale dealeis in  Agents for K. AV. Kam Co.'s'Pianos, and tlio Goold Bicycle's Co.'s Celebrated Bicycle'  .-- N.\ ���������  Revelstoke, British Columbia.  iPERI/^L B/\NK  m OF CANADA  Hoad Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital     -   21,963,600  Reserve     -    -   -   --' 1,156,800  Directors  H. S. Howland,  President  T.R.Merntt,Vice Pres., (St. Catharines)  William Ramsay, Robeit Jatt'ray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner,  D. R. Wilkie. General .Manager.  Branches  North West and British Columbia  Brandon      Portage la Vnncouvej  Calgary -        Prairie Winnipeg  Edmonton   Prince Albert   Revelstoke  Ontario  Essex Niagara Falls    St. Thomsis  Fergus        Port Colborne   Toronto  Gait Rat Portage       Welland  Ingersoll    Sault St. Marie Woodstock  St, Catharines  Agents m Great Britain��������� Lloyd's  Bank, Ltd., 72 Lombard St., London,  with whom money may be deposited  -for^.transfer .Iiy 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 Bank Department���������'Deposits  of SI 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, Cli'ma, 3apan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased.  A. R. B. HEAKN.  Manager Revclstoko Branch.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act of Parlie ment, 185j  Paid up Capital     -     82,000,000  Rest Fu-d   ���������     -    -     1,400,000  Head Office���������Montreal  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  John II. R. Molson, President  S. 11. Kwing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finley    W.M.Macpherson  .1. V. Cleghorn  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manager  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  IT. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  Tlie - bank receives on favourable  termsthe accounts cf individuals, firms .  bankers anel municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits vat  current rates.  English and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES:  jVylmer. Out.       ! Ottawa, Ont.  Brookville, Ont.  I Owen Sound, Or���������������.  | Rielge.'town, Ont.  | Smiths Falls, Out  ' Sorcl. P. Q.  | St. Thomas, Ont.  | Toronto, Out.  i Toronto "unc'n.O .it  ' Trenton, Ont.  "Waterloo. Ont  Wnodstock.Ont  Winnipeg, Man  nerehant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  This hotel has just been renovated throughout, and is now  first-class in every respect. Good accommodation. Best  Wines, Liquors und Cigars afc the' Bar. ��������� -.  .J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Rates $1.00 Per Day,  The Largest Motel in Town.   .  Centrally Located.  Best Accomodation.        ."     ' .  St. Loon Hot Springs, on Upper Arrow  Lake, run in'connection. .  Choice Wines, Liquors and .Cigars.  BROWN & CLARKE, Proprietors, Revelstoke.  Wherrat^r  The gateway to the great  East ^ootenay    j  gold fields   QDTENXYi|0U8!  assures you every comfort, exquisite  tables anel commodious rooms. ���������  Headquarters, for commercial anel  mining men,    Free sample rooms. *  Fori Ptoele Stnj<n leaves Kootenay  House    every  Tnc-adiiy.,*.  Strictly First Class S.AOLER, Propr.  "When in Vancouver stop afc the  Oriental Hotel  Free bus afc till trains.1  Comfortable  and   iirsfc-class   in  evory respect.  Rates:   $1.00 and $1.50 a'day.  LANT/j & GIBBONS,  l'20-tl'        ��������� Proprietors.  Any one Requiring:  WOOD  Can buy it  Cheaper from  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  Kxeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  JjOiidon, Out.  jMenforil, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisbiirg.Ont.  Norwich, Out.  CALGARY BRANCH  Geo. C   McGregor Mgrr>  "VHIHVII'-KQ   llltANCH*  T. 6. Phepoo, Manager  Fleming  Than you can alTord to  steal it and take the  chances of being caught  braying  RSpeeialty  Iiouu Prices  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist Calgary  Mail L'rdersi.Promptly Attended To,  i-22-tf :i  LiEE & ATKI-fiSO-H  Builders and Dealers, in  Carriages.   Buggies,   Buckboards",  Democrats,   Road    Wagons,  Heavy Cartage Wagons,  Ktc., Etc.  Second hand Buggies, etc. always  on hand. '   ,. s  Write us for prices and particulars.  We can build you a rig to order  they cau't bu beat.  CKIiG-r-LRY,  HUBERT"**.  LSJ9," RRETZ  Contractor-arid Builder*.  Shop opposite Imperial Ennk.  Workmanship Guaranteed  ���������*���������������-���������Terms  Cash  CU.M.MI.NS & CO.  The PIONEER STORE,  always keeps in stock  it full line   oi'  .Miners' Supplies,  l"KI'GUSO_N". li. C  Sam Needham  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good, Style ot Lowest Price3.  Doci.".as Street ��������� Rfa'ri-stoki: r  ye   on  The Great  Lardeau Townsite  _B_LK._ri-tMigna.___n  is the richest mining district in British Columbia  is right in the heart of  Lardeau's richest mines  Promising Ferguson Claims  Cascade Group Pool  Group  Galena Prince Gr'p   Silver Chief Group  Great Home Group Big Five Group  Waggoner Group     Abbott Group  American Group  Black Eagle Group  Pilot Knob Group  Highland Group  Glengarry Group  Blackburn Group  Holy Moses Group  Ped Plume Group i  Each group contains from 3 to IS claims  Jtt^  t  <!~><!~ {.:  ~������ *  <--_.<  '���������/������...,_-*. _r.  ~<t-A  ��������� .S3.  <r  ' S3.  ,*.    S^-*-.  -^^  4-*-/  *"/*.  ���������/��������� ���������-.- ^-. ,.,r, ������. ._.  -,.<_-/;    /Sec  Fergi^son Working Mines  Broadview        s   ' Badshot  Old Sonoma  GieafcNorthern  Hillside  Sunshine  Black Prince  Silver Queen  True Fissure  Towser -  Silver Cup  All within a radius of 1 to G miles  -    Ferguson is the Terminus  of    the    projected    Lardeau   Railway���������to   be   built   this   summer.  At tho present ground lloor price the best real estate investment- on  tho market- is FERGUSON lots.  C.   E.   SHAW  GENEBAL AGENT  REVELSTOKE  A Corner Lot at $160 ca_or b$e4o C  0 '  An Inside Lot at $110  -.'-   be     secured  for $27 50 down  AN   ASSINIBOIA   FARMER   COMMITS SUICIDE  NO DECLARATION OF POLICY  \  On the Crow's Nest Road This Session  ���������A Bill to   Stop  Prize  Fight Ex-  .--.-���������hibitions��������� Toronto   to Have Sunday  Cars���������Bylaw   Carried   Dy 479 Maj.  Oxiiow.i Assn., May 17.���������George  _~Iulmes, it bachelor "farmer living  ai)ouCliiilf"ttiiiile~\vesrJ���������of-"the-town-  comniitted suicide this morning by  hanging himself. He became deranged last week and since tho Christmas  revival some time ago, tlie Plymouth  brethren have been trying to destroy  the work of the churches and "it is  knpwn that they lost no opportunity  to influence Holmes.  NOT THIS SESSION.*  Ottawa, "May 17.���������The growing impression is that tbe Government- will  not make the declaration of their  - policy regarding the Ciow's "S'est Pass  railway this session, but owing to the  elilTerences in the niirty and the legal  ijuestions involved the Government  ���������will postpone their decision.  Alownt drafted the bill to .prohibit  the exhibitions of the Corbett and  Fir-simmons light by viascope or any  similar contrivance in Camilla.  SUNDAY   <"A It-S.  T011ONTO. "lay 17.���������After' tlio . most  exciting contest on record the people  of Toronto on Saturday settled the  Sunday Street car controversy carrying the bylaw for tlio introduction of  additional street cars bv a majority ot  479. The ligures are: For Sunday cars  1C.1*": against. li>,7~l. Both sides  .worked hard and the clay being fine  every available vote \vti3 brought out.  SEDUCTION   BILL   ADOPTED  PRIVATE   MEMBERS HOLD THE  FLOOR  fVTKINLEY'S MESSAGE-  SENATE   APPROVES  OF AID TO  AMERICANS IN CUBA  Charlton'sBill Prohibiting Sunday News-  Papers Endorsed by the Premier���������  The Sabbath Must Be Observed  ���������Mail Facilities for the   Far North  .Ottawa, May IS.���������In the House of  Commons the private members business took up tbe entire sittings. By  Charlton's Bill for Sabbath observance  the publication -j\\\& sale of Sunday  newspapers will be p.-ohibitecl in Canada. Air. Laurier endorsed this portion of (he; bill and the iiieasuiit will  lie altogether redrafted anil then put  through  lhe committee.  Cbai lion's seduction bill was also  put through the coininiltee stage and  tho clause raising the age or consent  from 111 to 18 years was adopted.  Replying to Oliver the Postmaster  General saiel Hit* Govi't-nmi'iil were  considering the advisability of extending mail facilities to the .Athabasca  find Mackenzie river regions.  The Democrats in the House, Who had  .   Talked    "Friendship     for     Cuba,"  .Blocked   the   Way   on the  Result  "Vasiiinoton. May IS.���������President  McKinlev's expected message asking  for immediate aid lo American citizens who tire* sutiering in Cuba mot  with an instant response from the  Senate today, but failed of any prompt  result in the House by the Democrats,  who bad been shouting about' their  "friendship for Cuba," blocking the  way���������by���������which���������it���������was���������proposed���������to.  give aid.  "INSECT SPIRITS" PROHIBITED.'  The following is from the official report of tho House of Commons on the  21st ot" April. Mr. Nicholas Floorl Davin  was replying to some rem-uks of his  colleague from the North West. Mr.  Oliver, and proceeded: "I did not  manifest the miserable, wretched, insect spirit ho has manifested here, and  that ranks him not on it level with hon.  legislators in this chamber."  Air. Speaker���������I am afrnid both hon.  gentlemen in their last fow remarks  have not been unite in order. Tho hon.  gentlemen, (Mr. Oliver) spoke of mean  insinuations in regard to the speech of  an hon. gentleman, and the hon. gentleman who is now addressing the  House is going pretty far into the use  ot language which should not be used  by one hon. member to another.  Air. Davin���������Am I to understand that  it is henceforth the rule in this House  of Parliament, that it is abreach of the  rules to say of a member lliathe shows  a miserable insect spirit.  Air. Speaker���������Yes. I wish to sayiio  the hon. member (Mr. Davin) thatsuch  is mv" ruling. Language that one  gentleman would, not use lo another jn  any other place withoutbeingolfensive  should not be used by one lion, member towards another in this House.  That is the simple rule which I would  like to see followed.  Air. Davin���������Shades of Disrael*. I  wish we had Air. Disraeli here; 1 wish  we had Air. Gladstone here as a witness. I am very glad to know, Sir,  that the Parliament of Canada has  risen to such a high dignity that vie  have ti Speaker who lays clown laws  that would condemn DisracliandGladstone���������  Some hon. member.;���������Order. -. .,  Air. Speaker���������When a ruling "has  been given by the Speaker, there is  only one course open to anv hon. member" who objects to th.it. ruling, anel  that is, to appeal to the House against  the decision. I shall nut permit any  more di.-i'ussion upon tbe ruling that I  have. made.  Air. Davin���������Well, Mr. Speaker, I  won't show an insert spirit and appeal  to tiie Ilouse. If I were to appeal to  the the limine on the -subject. I think  j woulel show an insect spirit, and I  suppose I do neit break the ruler- of the  House*, if I ii'fer to myself as possibly  likely to show an insect spirit.  Air. Casey���������"Not at all.   Curtied.*'  THE BASIS OF PEACE IS TO  BE DECIDED BY THE SULTAN ��������� ���������  Another Engagement at Griborro���������The  Greeks Were the Aggressors���������Over  400 Killed and Wounded���������Ninety  Earthquakes   in    Australia���������Racing  -*    CONSTANTINOI'I.E,     AIllV    15.���������A Will'  correspondent says: "The-. Sultan  acting upon the advice of -Emperor  William has declared to Al. Gumboil,  the French Ambassador that he cannot agree to the granting o������ an armis-  tiee-imtil-the hasis-of-pcarc-is-decided.  upon aud approved of by-him." ,  FIERCE FIGHTING.  Auta, Alay 1.1.��������� Desperate lighting  was in progress all day yesterday near  Griborro. Filippiada. Two brigades  of Greek troops with uiiiny guns, two  companies of Sappocs and a sepiadron  of cavalry attacked the Turks, who  were almost without artillery. The  Greeks forced the first line of defence  but met >vitli a stubborn resisttince at  the second. The fighting ceased at  night. The Greeks occupied various  heights in the neighbourhood. Some  _>." officers anil 400 meii were killed and  wounded. The battle will in all probability be resumed today.  lots oi* i-:.\iiTiiijUAici-;s,  London. Alay 1.1.���������A despatch from  Melbourne, ^Victoria, says that !H)  earthquake shocks have been felt in  South Australia during the. past three  days. The subterranean disturbances  were particularly severe at Kingston,  where buildings were damiigeil iind  tbe inhabitants are now living in tents  for safety,  ROYAL TWO-YEAR-OLD,  London, May -15.���������Lebaudy's bay  selding. Chan Kin.-i, won the Royal  Two-year-old Plate of 3,000 sovereigns,  of which 2.100 sovereigns goes to the  ���������winner, at Kempton Park' spring  (Jubilee) meeting today.  A HIGH -PRICE FOR   PEACE  The Powers Will Not Agree to Giving  Thessaly to Turkey���������Old Turkish  War Party Is Hard to Manage���������  Proposed Conference of the Powers  Constantinople, Alay 17.���������The  Porte has replied officially to the note  of the powers and declines to agree to  -an armistice until the following con-  ditions arc accepted:  Tbe annexation of Thessaly.  An indemnity  of .CHMXJO.UOli (Turkish) anel lhe abolition of capitulations  The Porte proposes  that the pleni-  potentiaries of   the   powers   meet at  Pharsalos   and   discuss   the  terms of  peace and declares it these conditions  aie   declined   tbe Turkish army -will  ) continue lo advance.  '.    It is believed representations will be  j made    personally   to   the  Sultan   to  ' induce a modification of these terms  but it is foreseen thatvthis will be  dittic-nlL owing to the attitude of the  powerful old Turkish war part}-. If  the Porte should prove obdurate an  European conference isnotimpiobable  although at present Russia is opposed  to sitch a step. * It is' remarked as  certain that the powers' will not consent to the retrocession of Thessaly.  liven Germany is believed to be resolute on this point, and altogether the  reply from the Porte .caused the  greatest surprise.  TO CUT OFF. THEIR RETREAT  THE  GREEKS LOSE   ANOTHER  SERIOUS BATTLE.  Powers Asked   to  Intervene- to   Check  the   Progress   of  the  Turks���������The  Powers Find the Protection of Greece  . an     Extremely     Difficult     Matter  London, Alay IS.���������The latest news  from the sent of hostilities by way of  Athens shews that the battle of yesterday ceased about nine o'clock in the  evening, but will probably be resumed  this morning. Thus far the only  account of the lighting has been  received from the Turkish side. , It, is  evident lrom the Greek account that  the Greeks hn vc> sutTered a most serious  defeat", and if the left wing has given  way as appears probable, l-Mhcm  Pasha may be able to cut oil'the Greek  retreat iind separate General Sinolen-  at Souroi from the main army.  This is 1'Jdhcms reply to tlie foolish  attempt of Col. Manns to snatch a  victory in Epirus. If Greece had prevented Alanos lrom playing this last  card of a gambler, Turkey might perhaps cease hostiliiies, as it is now she  is in full possession of Thessaly and the  powers will find the task ot protecting  Greece more difficult than ever.  Disuatches from Athens represent  the .populace as bounded when the  news of the fighting came. They hoped  to the,last that the powers would present Turkey from going any further.  One account reports the Greek government as threatening to take very  extreme and desperate steps unless  Europe arrests the progress of the  invaders.  SECURES A DIVORCE  Mrs.  Langtry   Is Granted   a   Divorce  From Her Hubby.  San Francisco, Alay 1.1.���������Airs.  Langtry, the fair Knglish actress, is  now assngle woman. The* Superior  Cr>urL eif Lake County, California,  where she has a home grouted her it  divorce. There: was no defense. The  case of the nlaiiililf was presented on  depositions taken in London in which  desertion is alleged. After considering  the case for a few hours the Judge at  Lake Port granted a decree.  The Regina Indian ofiic-es are to be  abolished and Air. Porget will move to  Winnipeg with his staff at the end of  the month.  TIME CA.RD NO,  To take ellWsl on Wednesday, November 2j  18!) j.   Trains run on i'acillo Standard Tililo.  GOING-WHS l' BAII.Y  8:00 a ni Leavo Kaslo.  cinsa kast  .        . Arrive 3.30 p m  S:3(iani      "    ...South Fork...    '"      ":15pm  Mlltiam      "    Sproulu'a ....   "      2:1") pm  ~:5lam ' .'..wmtewhter... " 2:tlpm  10.03a in ' ... near Lake ... " 1:18 pm  !0:lSam       "    ... McGuijran....   "      Ulpm  10:30am      "    Bailey's    "      l-'Jlpm  10:33am      "   ....Junction....   "      1:12pm  10:5'J a m Arrive Sandon 'Lcavel-10 p m  ���������For-Tale5=and���������informa tion-appl v_ at-the  Company'aolUces. *  B. XV. BRYAN,  RORT. IRVING. Supt. and jVsst. Treat).  Trunin. Manager, Kaslo  DR. ALLEN'S  Hoof Remedy  For   use  in   cases   where  disease  eats  off the horn  of the hoof  Also a Never Failing Remedy  For fungus growth of llesh  in any shape whatever, or  old   standing   sores   that  other remedies have Failed  to cure.  Try It and Save Vowr Horse  Here is a never failing remedy.  For sale by  W. A. ALLEN  Veterinary Surgeon       Calgary  F: McCarty  Wholesale and Retail  Butcher  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; Oj\TS.  CHOP, Bit AN, SHORTS FLOUR,  rOTATOE-t. EGGS". BUTrER,  FISH, HAMS, HjVCON, Etc.,  FROM HELLY BROTHERS  ItccoHtrcot SANDON"  GUY BERBER - -  Practical  -_-__________������______.  Watel. maker  (J. P. R.  WjVTCH   lNsi-Ecron  AND   REPAIRER  ( anadian  \   Pacific fry  SCO PACIFIC LINE  The cheapest, quickest and best  route to'  Toronto     New York      Philadelphia  Montreal    Boston    Halifax  and all Eastern and European Points  Tourist  Cars   leave   Revelstoke  tiaily~for_St:-paui","-foi"-Tdronto=  every Monday; and for Montreal  and Boston every Thursdaj*.  Empress of India, Km press of  Japan and Empress of China sailing  every four weeks for China and  Japan.        '      ���������  Warimoo and Miowera sailing  monthly for Honolulu, Suava aud  all Australian-and Xew Zealand  ports.    l  For full   particulars   apply   to  nearest C. P. It. agent, or to  J. T. BRADSIIAW  Agent, Revelstoke.  H.   M. MacGREGOR. Travelling   Passenger  Aurent.  Nclton, II. C.  OEO.   McL.   1IROWX,     District   Passenger.  AkcoI, -Vancouver.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  "\,[ ETHODIST CHURCH - Revelstoke.  j.*..!. Preaching services at II a.m. auel 7:30  p.m. Class taoeting at tbe close ot the  mo) ning service, -rat-bath school and Bible  Onus at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meet-ng  every Wtdnetsaay evening at 7-30 p.m. The  pub.ic arc cordially invited. Beats free.   UEV. J. A. WOOD. Pa*tor.  f "HURCH OF ENGLAND ��������� Rovelbtoke.  "-^ Services: Duly, evening prayer 5. p.m.'  except on FrMayB when it U at 7 p m.  with addrecs. Sundays: Ho y Conunun on  8 a.m.. morning prayer U. evening praytr 7:30  I-'irst Sunday in month Holy Communion at  morning services.  FRANK A. FORD  Vicar.  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH-BevelstokP.  Set vice every  Sunday eioning   at T-.TH  p.m.    llib"e Clits at   2:30  p.m., to which  nil are welfonm.   31. GEDUE3. n. A.. Missionary.  ROMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH-Revct-  ���������'������������������������ Btokc. 31ass fourth Sunday in month  at 10*30 a.m.  REV. FATHER PEYTAVIN.  PROFESSIONAL  XXT    B. 3IcKECHSIE.  ������ V ��������� tji. ii., m. r. c. v.)  Physician anil Surgeon.  Office:   Neir the Union Holel.  Calls hy  telephone or tcl**������r*ph   promptly  attended to.   OtHco hour*,:   ~30lo 11 am . I:������J  tn I and 7 to 8 p.in.  llKMj.sioKe -        I'ttiTinn Cdi.vmbia.  C.|VI. WOODWORTH  M. A..   LL   B.  Notary, Coavey-mcer. Etc  Mines and Real Estate-  StCC.VN  CITV        ���������        ���������        BBITIDIf  COLVjIDIA.  L OGAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  and   General  Items  Round  and  About  Revelstoke.  The Herald foi'.Job Printing.  Conductor Hopgood  is again on the  branch.  is   reported   at   Craigol-  Sciii'liitina  lac-hie.  ������������������11.  K.  Coursier  llcint/.mtin Piano.  is  agent   for  I he  * A 'J lb. can of tomatoes or corn tit  Bourne llvoH. fur 10 cents.  P. P. Clarke has taken a position iis  bartender in the Stockholm House.  -I For fine toilet, 'mil medicinal soaps  see the slock at Abcy's Drug Si ore.  K. Pnriii. Pctlipii't'i! has got set tied  in his new hoiit-e on the -Mara townsite.  * Choice* creamery butter, (kept on  ice) at Bourne Bros'., at 30c. a lb.  Rev. ,T. A. Wood returned froin the  conference ul "Vancouver yesterday.  H. A. Brown went to I'.-unlcinps last  evening and will lcturn in the morning.  ���������| A carioitd of Ogilvie's ITiingiirian  Flour just received* at C. B. Hume it  Co's.  ]". S. Wilson, merchant tailor, has  Dilinted his new building, which presents a good appearance.  A subscription list, to build a small  parsonage for the vicar of lhe English  church, is in circulation,  L. A. Fretz, builder, is erecting two  houses, for private residences,on Third  St., on the Alara townsite.  Genelle.it Co.'s new saw mill is now  running al, Nakusp. It will cut 50,01)0  feet of lumber in 10 hours.  A refrigerator has boon put into  Bourne Bros.' big general store to keep  hutter, etc., properly.  J Prevent diptheria by using Disinfectant Carbolic Soap, for sale at  Abey's Drug Store. -  "Bridge Foreman AIcBirney is commencing to build a residence on block  -11, lot ij, on the Alara townsite.  Air. anel Afrs. T. E. Marshall aud  Aliss Marshall, of lllecillewaet, registered tit the Victoria on Thursday.  W. J. Law, tailor, has built an addition to his tailor shop, and milled a  sidewalk for the convenience of the  public.  C. ii. Maclean's ability as a designer  is well shewn in the artistic and unique  screen just received from Vancouver  at the Gold Hill hotel.  Lou. Plumber, nf the C. P. H. shops,  is making considerable improvements  on his house and property in the east  end, below C.'H. Temple's residence.  One carload of W. AI. Lawrence's  slock of hardware arrived yesterday  morning, and another car is expected  Monday. His ad. will appear in nnv  next issue.  Air. Alontgomory's house in tho lower  town was placed in I] tiara nline; Friday  morning, two of his children being  down with what is suspected to be  diphtheria.  G. T. Lundy, manager of the  Highland Group Alining Co.. has  taken   up  ��������� his quarters tit Ferguson, to commence  development   work   on   their  claims,  lie will open an ollice there.  Alessrs. IS. G. Roberts, of Kaslo. and  Arthur Robinson, of Trail, are in  town. Air.'Robinson intends moving  his family to Revi-lsloke shortly as be  likes the prospects better here.  A meeting of the Vancouver shareholders in the Orphan Boy was held  last night to receive the report oT the  committee on the legal proceedings-  taken to recover the control of tlie  -   properly  Air. and Airs. Watson have tbe sympathy of tbe community in the lots of  their little daughter. Emma, who died  nf measles, last Thursday liiorninir, at  the family residence. Tin* funeral  took place*the same afternoon.  The Cariboo Creek and Canadian  Alining and Development Compuny  was organized in Rossland on .Monday.  The company will develope tho Trio  group, adjoining the Silver Queen,  about 0 miles froin Burton City.  D. McCarthy's and Bert Gainer's  htni.-e, at the station, was put in quarantine on Thursday, because- of n m<.<.  nf diptheria. James Lauder'.- infant son  being st'izod with lhe disease. Tbe  little child, whose mother brniisht him  here only last week to join ber husband, died on Thursday inorniner.  Ctipt. Gore has recovered from his  recent attack of rheumatism and is  again in charge of the Nakusp. Capt.  Ne.-bitt. who'relieved him will supervise the finishing touches now beting  put. in tei the Kootenay. which will be  read}- for passenger service on June*  1-t-. when there will be a daily service  between Trail and Arrowhead.  The Trail correspondent of the Ross-  laud Alincr says: A meeting of the  promoters will be held at McAnally to  Cnli'iimn's tonight lo organize* the  East Knotenay Prospecting to Development company. I he* company will  be ot-ganizetl with a, small capital to  send prospectors into thu Kent Steele,  Lardi'.-iii anel liig Bend districts to  locate properties for the company.  There appe-ar to be a few sne'ak  thieves around town nt present. This  week while Mr. Anton ISmgiison w.-m  iiway from home- at, work some party  .-toli: a number of fine young apple  trees thai, he plarit.-'il on bis lot. No.  2>> east of the C. P. If. bridge-, three*  years ago. As Air. Fiiirguson is a. hard  working man, it is a great shame.  Tin- Colli Commissioner will make. it.  warm feu- these gentry, if he gets hold  of tbi'in.  ���������'The Star Alining Co.*' is the naniton he first mining company inaugurated in tbe Ediiionliin district. The  i'iimp:iny will work placer diggings on  the Saskatchewan river, which .seemingly a ic-proving to be; :i rich preipu-  silicfn- The milling inelitstry eif this  district coinbineil with its wniitle-rful  agricultural pitidut.-tivi-ni'ss ought to  briiiK it ve-iy piriiiiine-nlly before; th'*  oiit-idi- worlel. and will In* away ahead  of paid immigration " blarney-" as an  attraction to. immigrants.  The pay cat arrived this morning.      I  The Gold Commissioner left for  Trout Lake yesterday.  Air. L. 11. Doll, the Calgary jeweller,  is in town on business.  * Good potaloos. turnips and carrots  ,-ifC. 13. Hume to Co.'s store.  Air. J. AlcCallum is putting up a  livery stable at the station.  A train load uf Chinamen passed  through in bend for Boston on Thursday afternoon.  Messrs. C. B. IItune to Co. will be  closed up on Alonday. The Imperial  Hank will also bo closeel.  The Heiiai.o gives the news while it  is news. Delivered free, 101 papers for  $2. Latest, telegraphic to liotti of issue.  A. 15. Kine'iiidi! loft yesterday to  commence operations on the Great  Western, with \V. Best, and C. Carl-  sou.  Airs. Hugh MoCiu-dy and family from  Trail are'in town today enrotite to  Brandon. Alan., to visit 'relatives in  lhat. city.  We call attention to the announcement of the. sports to be held at Ferguson on Alay 2Uh, which will be found  in another column.  Airs, "elf's arrived on Wednesday to  join her husband, Dr. Jell's, here.  They have taken up their residence in  tho Maclean Bros,' house on King St.  Air. ,T. McLean received a, fi'legratn  this morning from thn Kamloops base-  ballers slating that Ihey will not be  able to come on Alonday.  We have received a neat leaflet  sotting forth the advantages of Trout  Lake City from the enterprising lirm  of Ellis & Grogan, real estate agents,  Calgary.  Prof. Nasnn, who started out a week  ago yesterday lo make the Big Bend  by boat, was'cnmpelled lei return after  reaching 10 mile camp, on account of  high water.  Air. and Airs. Alike Dalton came, up  from Bouike, Idaho, yesterday and  went em to Laurie this morning, where  Air. Dalton is going to run the saw  mill for tho Lanark mine.  Tho Vancouver Worlel announces'  that. Air. E. Duchesnay, O.K. has been  appointee" Supt. of the Pacific Division, with headquarters at Donald in  succession to Air. Alarpole. *���������__  George Lafnrme has returned-front  Calgary.In company with John Hamilton, the well known horseman of Calgary he purchased CO head of horses  whicli will be here on Monday, "  A jaii'. of logs came down the Illecillewaet. tit the 13th crossing, at the  beginning of the week, and carried out  part of the structure of tlie new steel  bridge, whicli is being erected there.  t Fancy parlor table lamps' and  hanging lamps, the finest assortment  yet opened up in town. Also some  very ch'gcnt brass and onyx centre  tables, tl'ie latest thing out, at C. B.  Hume & Go's.  Dr. I'.IcLi'an, as health inspector, is  issuing a circular containing directions'  for t.hi* guidance of householders in  placing their premises in a proper  sanitary condition. These regulations  will he "strictly enforced.  The livery stable outfit, which W.  Fleming purchased from F. Hamilton,  of Calgary, arrived this morning. It  consists of saddle anel driving horses,  harness, buggies and eveiything requisite to start ti first class livery business  in good shape.  Air. II. Alf-Dowell. of the well known  firm of McDowell, j\t.kins tot'.o.. chemists and druggists, eif Cordova Street.  Vancouver.' was in town yi-sterilay  ami mudi* arrangement*- lo open tip a  druii stlire in the vacant store in the  AlcCiirty bloe-.k. u  A contract has been lot for the erection of a handsome* cot lane, opposite  I.Ik* Homan Catholic- church, for a  residence; for Mr. anel Mrs.II. W.I limn:.,  the. parents  of  Mr. C.   B. Hume, who  -it.t/CT'.d-tt*���������C'"-'U10 axil t������������������w.   iiovt.   month  to  spend the summer.  Tn spite of the general indiU'erenco  whicli apparently prevails over a  propel- celebration of the Queen's Jubi  lee ��������� here, certain arrangements are  being privately made to that end.  R������*v. F. A. Ford intends to hold an  open air service in fruntof tlie English  church some time dining Sttndt'.y.June  20th. the real dale of tho accession nnd  lho St. George's Society have sent for  a lot of fireworks for the evening of  the 22nd.  Dr. McLean is giving up the whole  of his time to the" sanitary work of the  town. Dr. Pentieath look'ng after his  practice in the meanwhile. He inspected the school children anil closed the  school yesterday and litis taken every  precaution for insulating even suspected cases. There is no cause for  alarm or any danger (hat (lie epidemic  will spiead. Anti toxine. the famous  new remedy which has reduced the  death rate in diptheria cases from !>.">  to 15 per cent, anil has practically  stamped the tlisease out in. places,  whore before its discovery, it was almost chronic, has boon wired foi- and  the government, has nuihorized Dr.  AIcLoan, its health inspector, to spare  no expense*.  ���������5    I.M >':"���������������. isn ,       .  UI    w  An   Outraged   Householder.  To the Editor of The Herald:  Silt: I wish to draw the attention  of this health inspector to the remains  of the old slaughter house neat the  brewery, on the Alara townsite, where  some dozen families are now living.  Tlie odor is unbearable, and if the  stagnant water iind decayed animal  matter is not removed or burnt and  buried ut once, an epidemic of any  kind may be expected to break out.  A Sufferer.  DEATHS.  On  Thursday. Alay 20,   lho  ton   of James  Lauder, aged  Lauder-  infant  eight mouth  Watson���������At the fumilv residence on  May 20th," 18)3. Emma, daughter of  Air. Wat sun, section foreman, aged  G veiirs.  TUITION  Aliss Lesa Al art iu will give*. Piano or  Organ Instruction ttt pupil's resido.net'.  Private Lessons in German, Shorthand, and Calisthenics. Typewriting  done by the hour. Apply at the  Kindergarten from 0 a.m. to 12 noon.  tmyti  EVERYBODY READS THE HERALD  Good Business Building to Rent  Enquire of " W. F. 3." at this office.  Fcr Sale  Six-roomed house near the station.    Price  reaaonahlti, terms easy.   Apply at this oliicc.  MniytC  WANTED.   i  j\. Brewery Workman, or steady young man  willing to work.   Apply to  O. II. Allen,  Revelstoke Brewery.  Wanted.  Atorce a ������;no" cook nt Thoir.son's Landing,  App y at tho Herald Ollice. in!i2  Wauled  An intplligon" hoy. to deliver milk nnd to  ni.,kD him-.."if gcm'raliy n-'cful; nuiist he nnlo  CO milk.   A pply ut this ollice. 12tnytt  receipt  ot a copy |  Tbe Herald is in  of   the   f1r-*t   i.-sue   eif   th"   I-voclenav j  Guide,   which   i-*t>ntain=   a   steainhriiit j  and   railway   tini'*   table and mining; mI2tf  directory   to   the   mining di.-.lrict   of  British Columbia.    It, i-ttib<-   published monthly ������i   Iio--!.ine|  and  Calgary  by Toting iv Luxt'tn.    Tin-   iti.-t  number   is   ve-i-y  creditably   geit  np anti is  full of information   with ri-garel tei the  Keii'tetmy i-om.ti y. of   gi'-ut,   Value   to  tourists and visitoi-.  News of the Midden death or .Mr.  John Rootipy. ���������.tipi'rinHMieli^'nr, <>' railway m*i,il" sorvic-c- in I'riti.-li Columbia,  was received lion- yesterday, and un  account of it".s*udelim anil imfcpee-tesd  nature carnt- as a. gr**.it shock. /But  meagre* details of the* sad event, which  occurred at Bantf, have yet been received, but it soortw that in hurrying  to catch a train at J?eve]sre,l;e, rlpce*a.*-  ed over-exerted himself anil wa- taken  ill. At the Glacier ho was examined  by .-i physician, but obtained no relief  and at, UanlT lie expired. The dec*t>a--e>d  was about 1(3 years of age nnd had !v*t>n  in the Postal service for 20 years, lie  leaves a. wife and daughter for whom  much sympathy is felt.���������News-Advertiser.  To   Local   Contractors.  Tf'NDr.r'S WANTED al once for removing the buildings at the back of  tin; Rovelstoki. Brewery and   erecting  it lie*"* i.*-**"* Im.i-ie. -Tbo biwi'si. eir any  te*nili-r tint, n'.-e-t-^arily accept ed. Plans  and spi'iificili'ins can be seen on appli  cation IC)  Tenders to' In* in by noon on 20th inst.  " O. H. ALLEN.  For all lhe Difference  It makes in the price of ycur bread,  ���������why not order It dally from  A. II. Smith of the Revelstoke Bakery,  and h - vo it de-IIvcrcel free; nt yenr door-  ������ "Wo r.-e In the biniiie*es and havo to  , hokt* i".ury d.iy, v, he her .: it hot or  not. hut v.ith yon It should to tllll'ercni.  Just try It nnd you will b'; surprised to  And how Utile iHIIi-rimco in tin: price  there Is -all lh nits considered.  A letter was received yesterday hv a  firm liere from a gentleman in an Ontario town who is'a shareholder In the*  Orphan Boy Gold Alining Co. II" says  that'"the ���������Orphan Boy' switull" Undone more* to "knock the bottom'out  of mining stocks than you can imagine*.  As ii. result, all stocks have pf-tereel out  and you cannot think e.f selling sf or-k-i.  If the shareholdi'is and biokor** e!o not,  mak'j some attempt to piole-rt iIh-ui-  se-lvt-s, you might as well 'pull in yum-  shingle'"' The writer says that hiatal others will bo propai-'-tl to subscribe't,n a fund in secure :i, IliciroiiKh  investigation of the; matter, and to  piotec-l, the; interests of the shareholders ���������Nowa-Advertiscr.  Tho London eni-rcspondent to Ihe  Rossland Miner says : A rt"W roin-  p.inv jn-t, registered is Ihe Sunshine'  .Mines', liinito'tl. The; capital is l_:W,W  in .������1 sharo-. of which aO.OnO an* pre-  fernnci* shares. This company is tiin-  ii"c1cd wilh lho Lillnot Golel , Fields  (Horne-Payne's company) iind ue-ipiii-cs  among other properties in Hit- L.-irrl������.'iii  district, tlio Silver Cup, Sunshine*.  Towsc-r anil any nil joining e-l.tiins that  may bo considered advisable'. Th"  direct oral e- iiiehiili-s Air. lliii-iie-Payiii-  anil Ihr- lion. Forbes George Vernon,  iigeiit-gencral of British Columbia.  LAND  NuTICE  Notice* Ij hereby szlven that, iixty dny? after  rlnle. I Intend toi>p;>ly to 'I.e.- Chie-f e.ninrnia.  winner of LnneJs .tnei Vl'ork-i to ;������tii*ohit'.e the  f..Ilo-A*lnj_; liindtt. pitutttcd in 'Iroyi Ljikc dls  trict on ihe pouili fork of llu; Lttreleatt river, at  the* Elcht Mile tin.iLri;.  C-)iiitiien..*tiiK at a post mari.ed "Iniii.'tl Post,  Robert Jattii:*,on. S'ortnu'*-tt ce,rni,r post";  thence "as' t0 clmi>-.������; ihe-nce M.uth 10 rhalnv;  tccr.'-e* w������tHI e.'ti,tin������: trieriti; ri'rth 1(1 cluim*  tn the 1'oir.r. nf r..:iii:i''n'.'e.inent, contii.nirj^ Ifiw  acrt-rf more or less).  r-iiert jamieson.  Sttnfhir.e Mine, l.'nb Mtirch. I1:'?.      Kmr-svOt  HOTIC'E 'i hereby i{.ven ih.-u <V> day-, after  date, I itiien'l to at plj-1-. tn.; Chief Commit.-.oner cf l.nri.is and U rKJ t 'r :.f-pioin--ifin  to piire-li^-.t"'the-fejlI-j-A-iriK d'ji-rib."l latid t*ir.tt-  arcd in lh������ Rev>*:i.rj)J,-p hivislun, Wc-t Kootenay DistrlPt- fomri-.e-ne'lng ���������" * f.-e*' '.lamed at  nr i.cnr .he- noi thejn-t: ci.-r.e-f hi l_ot Illel,  e'rottp I. We-.r Kootenay Dl.rr.e:'. tir.d it,;-.rVe-d  "e.*. K. Sh.-'.w'j N. W. rorne-r.' y.tir.y '..J f-hain^  e-.iHt. th.)ne'e- 10 . li������.lli-e -oijt h. tn--ti'.- lij e'liHiri",  ^^-f-���������.'4t. il.e;nce I'I e-h.-etrt t.eirth te, tr..- ..e.Int of  comrnt*ncemc-ri������, coii'alniriie; it.lt a'-re ^ ni/irrt or  leM-e  Dntcl. March 2ith. 1������!~.  3.tp-j;ft'. C   '''.  SlIAW.  Grand '1 ea  and Concert  Will be given iu Pr/rKi.'.-tei.*,1- !!,\i.r. on  AloneI.iv, May :2.|lii,  o  liel eif   Ibi'   I'liib'i-g.u !e:i.     lliitnl  Ti'ii     from   (i   In  S   |  priigl'iiiiin  inn:.if.   |i;  tit  attendant-'-,  fnlliiwi-el by :i  iii"<: riiiiii'iiiiil  tabli-iiiiN    vivaittt,   in  bc-it tuleiit will ai_,->i������l.  ill  li   In  S   p.  III.  it- "I* im al anil  nttiiiiiiii-s and  which    all   the  ^���������kMM^lEE  ^0*^SDOI!rilc-_r  ' fwiMft m\i miTiT.rvTOW"  m^W'iEL'L^t'&lk'll   ^IWlG^    -tfltilkl'L.   1__>U t>_  EhliS  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.  Agent for the Bliekensderfer  Typewriter    ���������  1  i i'i  B. PEASE & G0.  REVELSTOKE STATION  )  TIMOTHY by carload, ton or bale.  PRAIRIE offered today at very low prices to make room.  ANITOSA FQTATQES---Niceb' P"fc ������p in 00 lb- sacks, good and  sound,  FRESH    EGGS-A large consignment.  1  t  Before hitting the Hills  Get your Medicine Chest refitted at  Parcels Delivered  ��������� " We Never Sleep  REVELSTOKE  STATION  \  <a  ^uiLMjnxKZ&EZi/JSWiiBiuS^.  >'i  /'I  FOR SALE���������situate between the Methodist Chinch.,.arid the brow of the hillT  iioiir the old town.     For prices and particulars apply to  -T. L. HAIG, Sole Agent;  FOR SALE  A Strong Frame Building 24x40  i etorics. If) feet ceilings, studt-inif Cxli, Hi inch  oentrcH, roof and outside pninted, t-itunled  nenr tho old smelter. -*or pai-ticulars .13 lo  price and terms cull on or write  ii. A. Fretz.  nioylOlC Rcve-lstoKo Station  G.,E. SHAW,  NOTARY PtlBLlC, '  EKAL   ESTATE  AGENT.  Dcsiralilo ReBtdcncoa for Sale or to Let.  Conveynncinf.; in all its branches.  Firo Insurance.  Kow 'about ���������****  Your Summer Suit ?  Have; you dcoiilod to got one? If  so, ive; can fit you. cither in a  ri'.iily-tri-wcar or'tailor niiiclo,..-ind  at u'rumarkably low prico. Our  stot-k was never bettor or larger lo  e-hoobo fi-'ini, and the* workmanship iind lit, is gtiai-iinloc-d. Itpays  to get good c-ltil bo.-t. and wo ask  you te> (i-y tis with your next  cutler. Come iu and look over our  goods anyway.  R. S. WILSON,  Alcrcliant Tailor.  IIKVUI.H'IOKI.: STATION,   II. C".  ski ' ��������� ��������� $th  ^       From Brantford, the Home of Good Manufactures       Jg������  y  A  M  , M  1 THE ONL2Y-  .That received an award nt the Worl.i'8 Cc.liiin-  hiaii Kxpocition for points of general excdlenco  was  tho Brantford Red Bird, the plroiiKcst,  p,-ecdie-t and moat bciuitiful bicycle sold iu tho"  Dominion today.  S3 CANADIAN BIGYGLE  (3S-  ������._-,__  ���������������*'??  m  m  6SS3  m  m  m  *?_??  BRANCHES  Toronto,  Montreal,  St. John,  Winnipeg,  Sydney, Australia.  THE WISDOM OF THIS AWARD ,  - la verified hy tho fact thut four out of live of tho  Class B championships for- '1)5, and four out nf  five of the profcaMonul clia.upIoni.hips for ''X  were won on u Red Bird Notwithstanding  what the ildcra of other wheels may do, tho  fact remains that when anything worth winning  is won, tho trick is generally done on tho fast  and beautiful Red Bird.  i  1  iB-ja  ?'������5_  THE GOOLD  BICYCLE CO.,  Ltd.,  These famous "Wheels are sold by tho - BRANTFORD,  The Tariff...  HAS  NOT  ItAlf-KO  Till-:   I'lllCli <>V  Cigars  At J. MORGAN'S Shaving Parlors;  Another I'irjjr n*n*l rompioto, synt'k of Tobaccos  .jtiHt rucuivGcl. nl"0 p fine stock of  Confectionery  J.  MORGAN, Tonsorial Artist  W. A., NETTLE,  Carpenter and Contractor  I'lans and Estimates Prepared.  REVELSTOKE STATION,  B.C.  FOR SALE  ONE   CAR  TO  ARRIVE 14tli"MAY  Saddle,     Pack,    Driving,    and  Team Horses  For ISargains apply .to...  J. McCALLUM,  I2tnytf  Revelstoke Statim, B.C.  W. G. BIRNBY,  PAINTER  Paper Hanging a Specialty  Ad dress: Care of Union Hotel. Revelstoke, B.C.  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS  BLACKSHITHING and  JOBBING,  PLUriBING and PIPE-FITTING,  TINSniTHING and SHEET IRON  WORK,  MACHINERY REPAIRED.  Mining Work a  Specialty.  Robt. Gordon,  -   Revelstoke Sta.  H  - .s~

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