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The reputation wo enjoy for prompt- \  nosa. makes our Mail Oe-der trado forge  'ahead at a gratifying rate.  ."$$��������������� ���������  Our,"Spocialties ���������_���������������������������  Groceries Dry Goods  Liquors Boots and Shoes  -Cigars Men's Furnishings }&  .Crockery Tailoring        -        g<  V' ' " Dressmaking '                 ������  it: Requests for price lists and samples &  ';.i receive prompt attention.   ' vj  S  Hudson's Bay Stores,      jj|  ....Calgary.... ������)  m  ���������ma.  ':^sssi  ���������-.".',.  m  Sole Agent for  ii  Revelstoke  ���������' Townsite  MINING  FIRE AND  LIFE  INSURANCE  Established 1885.  General  Merchants  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Nakusp,  New Denver, and Burton City.  Grocery Department.  Wo carry a largo and very complete stoik of  Staple nnd Fancy Groceries. Our aim is to  obtain the llrst quality of all articles for. con  sumption. Tho long experience in business  bas enabled us to ascertain which brands oC  goods aro the best value and will gi vo greatest  satisfaction to >ho purchaser.  Baying. in tho best markots and soiling Cor  cash enables us to give very close prices.  Particular attention is given to orders from  a distance,.extreme care being taken In the  selection o * goods and packing for shipment.  Goods in cvory case shipped same day order is  rcccivctl.   .    -  Dry Goods  Department.  Our s'-ook of Dry Goods is carefully Beleetod  and up to dato. In Ureas Goods we havo a  nice range in all tho leading shades ot Cashmeres, Serges and Ilcurioltts. In Black and  Fancies wo show the latest, novelties, making  a specialty of those in dress lengths, of which  wc ahow but one of each design. We are  pleased to send samples.  Our range of Velveteens, Blouse and Waist  Silks, Ribbons. Trimmings, o_c, is very complete.  -        -  - <j  A largo range of Print". Sateen", Muslins,  Veilings, Lares and Lawn Tabic Damaiks,  Towellings. -White and Unbleached Cotton.  Sheetings, Lao and Chonillo Curtains. Flannelettes, Tabic Oil Cloths. '   '  A Dressmaking Department in.' chargo of a  tl ret; class dross uiiikor,���������Miss ChaPc,  A tine rango ot Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths and  Linoleums.  " . '.' -  0HAS, R. CARLYON,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW.  SOLICITOR,      - -        .       ,  AND NOTARY PUBLIC.  ������3"0FFICB *' Mail building, Revelstoke. B.C.  A  RTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister. Solicitor,  &c.  Notary Public.  *'Offl������'''Tipstali8-In-t**ni:".������i'l>-Wockv-i*������cifloAvo.-  Revelstoke Station. B., C.      LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No." 1658.  Regular meetings are held in the* Odd Fellows' Hall on the second aril fourth Wednesdays  of  each  month  at ":~J'p. m.   Visntirg  brethren oprdinlly invited.  E. "Adair, W. M. -     T. J. Graham, R. S.  -      ROBERT  SAMSON,  Dealer in Wood.  Drawing  ������nd   l'eli\ery Work'a specialty at  lo%veM prices.  Teams nlwairS ready at a moment's notico.  agent lor the St jnd ������rd Oil Company.  T.    A.BRIEL,  nakusp. n.c.  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance  .otr information on mineral claims on  Cariboo "-reek, -write at onco and get_ particulars. "Smrti  J.    R.    HULL   &   CO,-  Succes-ors to Hull Bros- * Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers  i   Beef, Pork, Etc.  KAMLOOPS   and   REVEL8TOKE.  AH orders in our lino promptly filled.  R. H. RAMSEY,  House Painter^"-  and Decorator  -      SIGN PAINTING A SPECIALTY  MAIN STREET, REVELSTOKE  Spring-  House Cleaning  Send for samples of our Wall  Paper.    Prices from 10c, 12"c,  15c up to 50c roll.    M ail orders  - carefully attended to.  Linton Bros.,  Booksellers, Calgary.  COLORED MAP of.  North  New./.   '     ������������������'���������"-  ardwarc  Store.  now*, open and ready to cater  to the pt-oplo" of 'Itevelstoke.  and surrounding district, especial   attention  being given to   Builders' and  Miners' Supplies.  Dealing as we do in only the  one line, our stock is new iind  complete and our prices are  right.  A-Tinsinithing-Establishment-  is run in connection, and anything in thu tin line will be  made to order���������tin-rooting,  cave-troughing, etc. Estimates  given on furnace work.  Agent for the Manitoba Stencil &  Rubber Stamp Company.     *      u  NOTE AND C031MENT.  The batch of changes in tho tariff  introduced by Mr. Fielding are mainly  in the direction of a return to the old  duies. It is obvious that the ellect of  the numerous deputations that have  been waiting on the Finance Minister  since the new. tariff was:.announced  has not been so slight as onr Grit contemporaries have lead the public to  imagine. At least it is curious that  almost every change made is in favor  of ���������'the-manufacturer, as against the  consumer. As far as mining machinery  goes everything obtainable in Canada  has been taken olf the free list and  made dutiable at the rate of 25 per  cent. Agricultural machinery remains as it was, in spite of the strenuous 'efforts of the 'Western members to  get it placed on the freo list, but it is  only fair to adel that in sympathy no  doubt with tbe woes of tbe farmer the  duty on grindstones have been lowered  tn 15 per cent. In fact the remonstrances of themaiuifactntinginterests  have outweighed .free trade theories  in Mr. Fielding's mind anil have  had ��������� precisely ' the same effect  on hiin as they had on Mr. Foster,  when the Conservatives attempted to  readjust the (ariff in'favor of the consumers. Both statesmen ultimately  came to the conclusion tbat low prices  owing to a reduceel tariff would not be  of much benefit to a community which  hud lost its best market for its natural  products by tbe ruin of its niannfac-  iuring towns. Tlie men who place  their country above theory and party  interest u'.tist when face to face with  the facts of the case arrive at the saint*  conclusion' no matter whether thoy  label themselves fret* traders or protectionists. Mr " Oliver, the.member  for Alberta, hit the right nail on' the  bend when he declared thai 11 readjustment of freight rates was what the  West needed far- more than any alteration of the tariff.  FERGUSON.  Business Still Lively���������The Wagon Road  ; Getting Into Shape.  From Our Own Correspondent.  Fekouson, June 1.���������Tlu* wagon road  to Ferguson is in fair shape to haul  light loads but wants about $1,000 expended on il. to make a first class road.  Lois of lumber is being hauled over the  road.  P. .T. O'Loughlin is building a large  hotel, which will be first class in every  respect.  li. Le. Kinman arrived from Revelstoke to take charge of trail wotk on  North Fork above Ferguson.  J. D. Graham, Gold Commissisner,  paid us a visit on Monday.  Win. Holmes i.s getting along fine  with his hotel. He's a rustler from  away back.  H. B. Crockett of the Hotel Ferguson  is building an addition to his hotel and  putting it in shape to accommodate  the traveling public.  "What's Shaw doing in  Lots of people looking for  one to sell them.  W.  1*1.   LAWRENCE,  McCarty  Block,   Revelstoke Station...  9?B^  ������������������e^.  mmmm  desires to publicly thank his  custeiiners for their . liberal  patronage tluring the past  eight years. Ht* regrets as  much as themselves that the  brewing capacity at present  is too small to fill their orders  promptly. But as soon as he  can get the roof rain-proof on  his new. brew house he.can  supply you with .quantity as  well as the usual good quality.  Revelstoke  Brewery.  {&&������������������  ���������eQj  Kootenay  - Showing  tho Big Bond, Trout  Ij'ike. Lardeau and Illcclllowact  juicing Districts. AH tho principal groupsof claims and coi rcct  courses of rivers and c-ecks  given.   Prico f 1.00.   Apply:  P.   Leake,  n.E., Revelstoke  Umylm 'Ij  JOB PRINTING  AT THE  HERALD Ic. P. R. Time Inspector  If You Have a  MINE TO SELL  or wish it company formed, or  want to buy limine or shares  in any mine, want to invest in  Spokane real estate or wish to  ' make a borrow, write at once to  JAS, L. FORD <Sc  CO.,  Mine Brokers.   Mining; Stocks.  001 Riverside Ave.,  Sl'OK A N K.   W A S H.  GUY BARBER  Jeweller and Watchmaker  The Victoria Colonist thinks the  Herald's notion of vetoing the Cassiar Aid Act aud the ltithet subsidy is  hysterical. The Colonist" is not much  in touch", with public opinion iin" the  mainland or it-.-would_.know_that the  Herald ' is '. only formulating" Uie>7  opinion of every mining and business  man in Kootenay. This community is  the very-last'in the Dominion to go  into hysterics over political matters.  It is too busy with the work eif developing the resources of the country to pay  as much attention to politics tis it  ought. But it has quite made up its  mind that it has had all it wants of  government by the family compact at  Victoria, as the compact will (ind to  its cost when' the day of reckoning  conies and it has also made up its mind  that this province cannot afford to.ill-  low ti set of men, in whom the*, people  have long .lost confidence,"to. fiddle  away, iiirder^h"elt'ei;=<)f"a"pai"liaiiie'ntiir.v  majority, the resources of the country  for the benefit of ch.-irte.rmongers  and railway promoters. The Governor  General in council will be petitioned  to veto these concessions and, if the  constitution of the,Dominion does not  afford any relief, we shall send representatives to the next provincial legi���������  ltiture pledged to repeal them. It will  no doubt be very astonishing to the  Pikes and Ritbets, who probably look  upon Victoria as the whole province of  British Columbia, to iinel themselves  deprived of their concessions and still  more* humiliating for the. member' of  the present parliamentary majority in  the local house to wake up to the fact  that all th'ei "dirty work has been done  for nothing, iind that the grants, for  bestowing whicli they have covered  themselves with obloquy and contempt, have been rescinded by un indignant community. But all this and  more to is what they and their friend  the Colonist will see come to pass before very long.  Saturday,  gth June  Peterson's Hall,  (Opposite tbe Victoria Hotel)  Grand Variety-  1111111"  Entertainment  Musical I   Vocal I , Dancing t  '���������   LITTLE  LOO   MAYFAIR  Famous European, Mandolinist.   Skirt, Step  and National Dancer.  Admission, 25c, a few front Seats 50c.  Doors open 7_30 p.m., performance at 8 p.m.  A Delicious^Drink  is the verdiefcof everyone who tries  SOFT DRINKS  Bevelstoko?  lots anel no-  CHAS. J. AMAN'S f&ST  A complete line of Tobaccos, Stationery and Fancy Goods at tlie  lowest prices.  DONALD.  A Budget of News From the Railway  Town.  Donald, May 31.���������The Queen'.?  Birthday passed off quietly in Donald  excepting that a' number of Union,  .lacks indicated the loyalty of tbe town  aiiel some of the people enjoyed themselves on horseback. There was also a  tennis match in the afternoon, which  w.is kept up until dark. '' *  * On Tliurstlay tin extremely difficult  and serious surgical, oration was performed by Dr. Proctor, assisted by Dr.  Brett and Dr. Richardson of (Janmore.  The operation was successful and we  glad to say the patient, Mrs. Kimpton,  is doing as well as could be expected.  i The. new Presbyterian missionary,  Rev. Mr. King, has arrived and has  belt! two services. -From" .what we  nave seen of him his work is likely to  be appreciated in Dqiiald..    ,  .'-"Mr. T. A.'B.U'f6n',"B."A.. the* teacher  of the public*school,-was made .the^re-  oipient of���������an'address and a-box-of'silk  handkerchiefs by his.pupils on Friday,  the occasion of his birthday. The address - was read by .Miss Christine  Mitchell and the*gift was presented by  Miss Katie Atkiuson. Short speeches  were made by Mr, Bari-nn. anel by Dr.  Procter;, who was present with Mr.  Clark to show an interest in teacher  and pupils.  .      CORRESPONDENCE.    a <���������'  To-tiie-Editor"ov. The Heuai.d:  Sir:���������Permit mo "to draw your attention to an item appearing in your  issue of May 20th in which you refer  to a certain ease of diphtheria as being  very mild and the measures taken as  inefely^precaiitionary;���������Allow-me-to  state that the case would have proved  one of the most severe that has occurred but for the timely use and effi-  e'.ent aef.ionof the Antitoxine treatment.  Anel furthermore, had the Antitoxine  been in my possession during the days  in'which it lay in the express room  some* of the other cases that-have  proved so nearly fatal would have  given no more trouble than did the  case in question.  W. B. McKeciinie, M. D.  IU-velstoki; Station,  B.C.  THOMSON'S LANDING.  Fish   Creek   Coming  to  the   Front.���������  Prospects of the   Potato Crop.���������Business   Booming���������Boiled Shirts Scarce.  From Our Own CorroBpondont.  Thomson's Landino, May 31.���������A  gang of 7 men have started up Fish  creek to repair the old trail so that  prospectors can get their supplies up.  Mr. Carrie, C. Fj��������� and a gang of men  aro surveying a railway route from  Galena Bay to Ferguson, by way of  Thomson's Landing, so as to connect  with Fisli Creek at this point.  A large number of prospectors have  gone up Fish creek, no less than 10  went np yesterday. We hope they  will be as lucky as the old timers who  have prospected on this creek. t  T. V. Downing, B. F. lteamy and  Geo, Bole tire working up Fish creek  on a group of Si claims they discovered  this spring. They report having struck  one of tbe best propositions in B. C.  and have brought down 3 or -1 fine  sucks of ore*. From appearances Fish  creek is destined to be one of the best  caiups.in Koolenay. .   _,  T* W. Graliaine has opened his new  hotel building at this place.and none!  too soon as he had over 50 guests last  nighl.  Tbe s. s. Liirtleau made 3 trips between here aud Arrowhead yesterday.  Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Walker are  registered at. the Exchange. Mrs.  Walker is a bright and genial young  ladv nnd"will be quite, an acquisition  to the town of Ferguson.- We arc. now  more convinced than ever, since seeing  Mrs. Walker, that P. W. is a man of  good tiiste, and we're your correspondent single and 50 years younger he  might be inclined to envy Mr. Walker's  good fortune.  A laundress is much needed at  Thompson's Landing. The hoys have  no starched shirts this we-.ek.-  Tt is reported that Mr. McCarty of  Revelstoke intends to put in butcher  shops at Thompson's Landing. Trout  Litke and Ferguson." The coralls are  to be at the Landing.    ,  This country is booming. No one  has made any attempt to boom it, it is  li'rifaming on its merits.- .    ,   *  " .Messrs. Craig & Hillman have completed-a new addition' to*.their livery  sfilble."     , ���������       "  /'-Three new buildings are under construction at Thompson's Landing and  it still retains its position as the biggest  town in Lardeau and Trout Lake districts.  Everyone around here is giving -Mr.  J. W. Thomson credit for being one of  the best workers in the Kootenay. Ho  has planted or caused to be planted,  which is all the same, 40 bushels of potatoes besides an enormous quantity of  other vegetables.  Mr. Kobert McDowell," brother to  Mrs. F. W. Graham, arrived here from  Ontario it few clays ago. He says  nearly everyone back east who can  possibly get away is talking of going  toyBritish-Coluiiibiii.:.  -.���������......,  CROW'S HEST ROAB.  WILL BE BUILT BY THE C. P. R.  AND; FINISHED NEXT YEAR.  Germany and Belgium Protest Against  the Preferential Tariff���������Changes iii  the Salmon Fishery Laws���������Address  to Her Majesty from Canadian Leg-  lators.  (Special to theTIeuald.)  London, 3une 2.���������Belgium and Germany have protested against English  goods entering Canada at a lower  tariff than their own.''  WiNMi'KCi, .Tunc 2.���������An ' -Ottawa  special says: The Government and  the C.P.B. have practically arrived sit  an understanding'for building.-tlie  Crow's Nest Pass road. It will be  completed by the fall of 1S0S.       '  Ottawa, Juno2.���������At the request of  A. "Morrison, M.P., with regard to the  salmon fishery laws, the net mesh is-  to be reduced and a proper signal provided for starting the fishery.  Liist Night Sir. Oliver Mowatt and  Sir Mackenzie Bowell moved an ad-  eh-ess to the Queen in the Senate. The  address will also pass the Commons.  The 'Government Cold Storage.  ���������On Saturday evening Prof. Robertson, head '������������������'���������of the government creameries. Prof. Shutt, professor of chemistry for experimental farms, and Mr.  Grindley, who litis been appointed to  manage the government colcl storage  warehouse here/ paid the Hkkald a  visit. The warehouse lun-o is in con  nection with ;thc* government aid to  creameries in tlie territories, but will  be available to any one who wishes to  store perishable goods at this point at  a fixed charge. Tlie bulk of articles  collected in Alberta for the Koolenay  market: will be stored... at Calgary,  where the government has a splendid  warehouse, but sufficient slock will be  kept on hand here to supply the immediate demands of the marke;t. Mr.  Grindley will also act as a business medium through wliich people in tho  northwest can obtain information with  regard to the markp.there. Theestab  lishment of this institution here cannot fail to build up si hiij trade between  the territories anel British Columbia.  POLICE COURT.  (Before J. I>. Graham, 8. M.)  On Tuesday Gabriel Ticino,  charged  with assaulting one of the  women  of  the town cm tbe Queen's Birthday, was  fined ������20 and costs.  This inorning S. Quan made his, second bow to theStipendi'iry Magistrate  on a charge of druiik and fighting. He  was discharged on solemnly promising to leave town, with an intimation  that a third appeal mice would land  him in the Kamloops jail.  F. Appicost. "Kamloops. also appeared on ii charge of having looked  upon the wine when it is red too fre-  qtientlv and was remanded.  Mr. A. Johnson of the Revelstoke  Herald paid us a, visit this week, He  took in Trout Lake and Ferguson and  was so well satisfied with tlie progress  Lhis country is making that we expect  be will be one of these days moving  his paper to" Thomson's Landing,  Trout Lake or Ferguson.  Mr. Wm. Holmes of Vancouver is at  the Landing. He is waiting for lumber from Cnmaplix to erect a large  hotel at Ferguson.  Messrs. Humphreys & Dunn of San  don paid ns a flying visit this week.  They came, saw ami . were convinced  and will return shortly.  Revelstoke Markets.  Retail���������Oats, seed $30 per ton, feed  "2S per ton; butter, tub, dairy 23e  creamery. 25 to 2Sc. ; potatoes S32S  per ton; hay, timothy and clover,  !{'25 per ton; wild hay, %lii; beef, by the  carcase, 9c; pork, by tbe carcase', 13c.  mutton',' 15c; eggs, fresh, 18c. to 20c  per doz.  to-'  ALMIGHTY VOICE"-  Pay3 the    Penalty   of   his   Crimes  gether with his Companions". "  Duck Lake, May 31.���������Almighty'  Voice and his two companions were  shot dead yefterday afternoon. . A-  combined rush of police and civilians-  was made on the bluff in which the'  Indians were entrenched, and when-  the rifle pits were reached., the rebels  were found dead.in them.  BIRTHS.  Morgan���������At Itevelstoke, on the 1st  inst., the wife of Mr. J. Morgan, of  twins,-a son and daughter.  A daily newspaper to bo called The  Standard will shortly be issueel in  Kamloops. It will be Conservative in  federal politics and will support the  present local government.  ������������������Mr.'It. W. Wilson of the Min'ingand  Scientific Press of San Francisco paid  the Herald a fraternal call yesterelay.  He will pay a visit to the Lardeau  country."  The Horne-Payne Co'.s engineer, Mr.  H. E. Carry, is inviting tenders for the  construction of a waggon road from  Ferguson up the south fork of the  Lardeau to th" Silver Cup group.  The members of Columbia Lodge,  No. 31, I. O. G. T., gave a very successful iit home last evening. The evening's entertainment consisted of games  and excellentprogram and whs brought  to a close by an ice cream and cake  supper, everybody .expressing themselves as having had an enjoyable time.  The Mayfiiir Variety'company' have  rented Peterson's hall for a year and  intend to give entertainments,, from  time to time and to get other companies t o show here. Tne Sisters May-  fair, who are at the head of the company, have been showing very successfully in Montreal.: The first entertainment will be given on Saturday evening.  ���������  :.l  THE NEW YORK MARKET.  Today's Quotations in the - Metal-Market.- _ _ '. ���������;���������  New York, June 2:���������Bar_silve*r, COJ:  copper, easy; br'oker.'s, 11.18, exchange,  11.25; lead, firm; broker's, 3.1S,' ex-.  change, 3.30.                    ���������     <��������� -    -  WILL NOT GIVE UP THESSALY.- '  The Peace Ne gotiations Approaching a".  Critical Stage. '   ' '  * London, June'2.���������The peace negotia-'  tieins are in a_ drifting stage.    Turkey  is  playing for delay:     Turkey claims'  Thessaly by conquest and will not give",  it   up.,-     Greece  sends. word ��������� to"' tlie -'  powers that she will submit to,-any-'  thii"ig-"l������iV"tl"i .large-"inileinnity,,."yh.ich'K.'  she could not pay."  - ��������� -:      - "' *    *'.-,'  -Hfl  The  World on the Political~Situation.-  The   Vancouver  World,   the   chief  provincial organ of the Liberal  party,  bas tbe following editorial remarks on  the political position in British Coliim-' ���������  bia:  Mr. .1. W. Bengough, the cartoonist,-  is usually accurate in .his "delineation  of matters affecting Canadian history,  and it is surprising that his last effort  should develop an ignorance of some  political condition;-, that one of his  large experii'tice might not have been  expected to share with the noodles who  persist in maintaining tbat the government of British Columbia is Conserva-'  tive, and the ofily Conservative'administration in .Canada. The cartoon,  which appeared originally in; the'  Toronto Globe, and was copied by the  Victoria Times, represents Mr. Laurier  as sighing for more provinces to conquer, ..with British Columbia looming  up, solitary, in the distance. It may  bo well to state for the benefit of the  unknowing that Liberals support the  Turner .ministry and: that the leader of  the Opposition is Mr. C. A. Semlin,'. a  rank Conservative, .whose chief lieutenants are Mr. F. C. Cotton, the editor of the Tory organ in this city, who  loves Mt\ Laurier with about the liame  intensity that His Satanic Majesty, is  supposed to love holy water. Mr. Ad-  olphus Williams. .���������*. died-iti-the-wool  follower of it defunct pat ty and Mr.  Donald Graham, who endeavored to  defeat Mr. Bostock, the'-Liberal standard bearer, in tbe general campaign  for the Yule-Cariboo district. If Mr.-  Bengough will take the trouble to look-  over the PailiamentarvCompanion for  1S07 he will find men lfke J. P. Booths  G. A. Huff, Capt. John Irving. James  M. Kellie. and D. A. Stoddard, all of ���������  whom sign themselves Liberals, supporting the government that now  guides*the destinies of the Province.  XVu know nothing of party politics  here yet, and Mr. Bengough ought to*  be aware of it.   /  John Shaw, who has been acting US'  a constable during the past mouth,' te;  going prospecting in the Big Bcnd>  country tomorrow.- . . Agents :  Victoria Powder Co.  C. B. MU1VIE & COMPANY  Agento :  RAM LAL'S TEA  Wholesale and Retail General /Vierchants.  fiEW ������>f(Y GOODS  Now  patt  Camb  Designs  flOUX in STOC-K  Just arrived three Cars of HARDWARE, one Car of  TINWARE and STAMPWARE, comprising everything needed by  Miners  and  Builders.  Our Supply oi Builders' Hardware Is the Most Complete in the Country and our Prices Are Bight.  IN QUALITY Our Goods Are tbe Best That Can Be Procured���������IN PRICE We Can Compete Witb Any.  STORES:     RBVekSTOKG,    TROUT  hhl{G  CITy,     F6RGUS0N,  Revelstoke   Herald  JOHN SOX to l-ETTIPIECK  Proprletors and Publishers  A Semi-Weekly Journal, published in the  ntereete ot RovelBtoko and the surrounding  istrlct, Wednesdays and Saturdays, making  OBoet connections with, all trains.  Advertising Bates: Display ads, ~1���������"~ per  calumnlnob, "2.00 por inch wheninsniledon title  page. Legal ads.. 12c per (nonpareil) lino for  llrst insertion; 8c for oaoh additional insertion.  ' Heading notices, 15c por line each issue. Birth,  Marriage and Death notices, free.  Subscription Ratos: i~j" mail or carrier. ?2 00  per annum ; ~1,25 for six months, siriotly in  dvance.  Our Job Department: Tub Hehai.ti Job  Department is ono of the best equipped  printing offices in Wcbc Kootenay, anti iu prepared to execute all kinds of printing in lirst  ctaBS style at honest prices. One )>rice lo nil.  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The effect of eighteen years enjoyment of oflice seems to be making itself felt among Tory, oflice  holders. Under the present system a Tory forty years old is a  doting old man. utterly unfit for  public ollice, while a young Grit  spark of eighty seems to be iu full  enjoyment of all his faculties.  EUROPEAN  A     NEW     GOVERNOR-GENERAL  FOR   CRETE  PRINCE   FRANCIS   JOSEPH  To Be the Man���������The Turkish Government Hear from the Powers-Germany  Has at Last Given Her Consent  to be Peaceful.  London, May 20.���������A dispatch from  Berlin says that the power*-, iiit.-lnding  Turkey. nsM-iiled-to tlie appointment  of Prince Francis Joseph of Baltonburg  as governor-general of Crete.  THEY   I'HISS EXT A   LETTISH.  Vienna.-Mily _2(i.���������An identical note  of the powers was presented to the  Turkish Government to-day.  CONDITIONS  Ol-'    PEACIi   A 1'1'HOVED    ill*  Vienna. May 20.��������� The Ni-ite Friei-e  publishes a dispatch from Constantinople: to-day .-aying that Germany has  finally approved of tbe conditions, of  pence.  A   PRINCE  ALBERT  INDIAN   ON  THE WAR PATH  SLAYER 0FSGT.C0LEBR00K  THE  GRECIAN-TURKEY  SITUATION  WAR  TURKEY    MOBILIZING    MEN  Liberty of the press in Xicnr  iigua is something that does not  exi.-it. The telegrams tell us that  u week or two ago the editor of a  leading newspaper at the capital.  Managua, criticized the Zelaya administration for some of its flagrant practices. He was arrested  aud fined one hundred dollars. He  paid the fine, and on the following  day called attention to the matter  .in an editorial, unci properly criticized the government  for its arbi-  -trary action. 'He was immediately  re-arrested and another fine of one  hundred dollars was imposed upon  him. He paid this rather than go  to jail, and since then his paper  has been discreetly silent respect-  ' ing the doings of the powers  that be. z   The U. S. paper- claim that  diamonds are being smuggled into  the United States from Canada hy  means of pigeons. The scheme  ���������was accidently discovered recently. A pigeon alighted on the  steamer 1'arnell in the middle of  Lake Erie and was shot by Capt  Griffin, who says he had no idea  the bird was a homing pigeon.  ��������� Fastened to the bird was found a  diamond stud with a silver tag  bearing the number *'T 13,800."  All of which is suggestive of the  troubles that will overtake the  custom house officer when the  air ship comes inco popular use.  ���������- Asa smuggler the air ship will be a  boss medium. Governments will  either need fleets of air ships to  watch their boundary lines, or  customs tariffs must be abolished  altogether.  Turks in Readiness to Advance Into  Thessaly���������Complications Arising ���������  Russia Wants Turkey to Occupy  Thessaly ��������� Great    Britain    Objects.  London, May 27.-��������� A dc-.-patch to the  Daily JMn.il from Vienna says that the  Turki-h Government lias mobilized  50.000 ail'Jitional troops, who are now  in re.-idme.-.s to advance into The*-������aly,  aud is muking active preparations for  the administration of the province of  Turkey.  The Alliens correspondent of the  Times say.-: "It i> believed that  compbetttions have ,-inV-n. owing to  the ulvocacy by ~ome of the powers,  including Russia, of the Ttirki'h  occupation  nE The.-saly until the war  indemnity- is     paid, and r_n     i"4i-p.-jt  Britain's fit m Vi*sist_ine-e* te> such a  project. The Greek Government is  preparing for   it   possible  renewal  of  Shoots Three Men���������Great Excitement  Over the Affair���������Police and Citizens  Hunting for the Fugitive���������Indian  Now Surrounded  in a   Small Bluff.  Piuxce Alijekt, May 2S.���������It is  reported here that an Indian) named  Almighty Voice shot a'rancher named  Vennes near B.-itoche yesterday.  Great indignation is felt by the people  of the surrounding country and large  parties of citizens are helpi np; Inspect or  Wilsou and the Mounted, Police  to run the culprit clown.  AN  OLD  OI'l-'ENDEi:.  It will be remembered by a great  many of our readers that this same  Indian is wanted for shooting Sergeant  Colebrook alter escaping from the  j gaol at Duck Lake for cuttle stealing,  j iind although a reward of $300.00 was  offered lie managed to avoid capture.  He is known as Almighty Voice or  Joan Baptisle.  HE SUOOTS TWO .MOKE .MEN.  -Batocije. May 2S.���������The excitement  here overthe crimes of Almighty Voice  is intense and the c.tsr, bids"fair to become a repetition uf the celebrated  Charcoal tragedies in Southern  Alberta.  A pursuing party came upon  Almighty Voice this morning at nine  o'clock. ' He shot Capi. Allan, the  well known ". XV. "I. P. Inspector,  breaking his arm. He also shot Sergeant Raven through the groin.  The Indian is now surrounded in a  small bluff a few miles from Duck  Lake. All the available men at West  Prince Albert have been sent out.  Sergt. Raven is well known in Calgary, having been stationed west of  here at one time.  )'������������������������������������!  the war.  HIS SCHEME A SIMPLE ONE  LAURIER'STARIFF COMMENTED  ON BY THE  LONDON TIMES.  The Greek Government Sends a Letter  to the Powers���������She Protests the  Turkish Indemnity���������Peasants Sent  Home to Gather the  Harvest. ,,  London. .May *iS. - The Tiinerf in an  editorial 'in Laurier's tariff says : "1 he  scheme l.- simple and ingenious, and  while its respiiiblnm-fi te������' Davis' proposal of 1M)*2 proves thnt it i*-. no hasty  invention to dish the irate Conservatives witlieittt saying all possible ob.j"c-  t.ion������ have heen met. ������'e do say hematic t hroughout a strong ease for bis  proposals, and even shoulel they be  defeated on technical grounds they  Will nune the less have assisted enormously the ultimate soluHon of the  problem. Whatever their fate be they  constitute- by fat- the most important  and elfc-ctive combination ever made  lo the commercial unification of the  Km pi re.  THE eilUIEI" eiOVEHN.MKNT I'lMlTE.-TS.  Atiiksh, May 28.���������The Greek Government has sent a. memorandum to  tbe poweis protesting nzainst the  indemnity demanded by Tur-k-jy, and  also protest ing against tho proposed  reoce-iip.-ilion of the; Greek frontier. Ir.  is lepeirteil that the Turks con fiscal r-tl  1.2"0.(flK) bushe-ls of wheat at .Volo.  The Turkish cornmniider issued a proclamation calling upon the pe-as-ants to  return anil gather I lie harvest,, as  otherwise the crops would be confiscated.  Five convicted fire-bugs at Orange-  ville ha*ie been sentenced to twelve  years confinement in the penitentiary,  It is itimoiue-il that Lie-uti-naiit  Governor Ch.ipleau, of Quebec-, is  following the course; taken by Lord  Aberdcr-n in refusing to assent lo  orders of the: th-feati-'l premier making  appointments.  A member of tin* Nebraska. legislature proposes to iniikc it a misdemeanor to have more than four  aces in a deck nf cards. This is the  reform for which the world has  wailed.  Vijlunte-crs and irregulars  are cms  int_c much trouble in Greece.  ���������H mit-th-p���������Mnrchri_Tid"has"be*GiTcail_d"  to form a ministry for Quebec*.  Frost last Friday did much damage  to the "Veste-rn Ontario fruit crop.  St-rions trouble to the Spanish cabinet is threaten.! by tin.- Teiitaii-Comas  incident.  ICx-Prein'er Flynn of Quebec has  bee;n declared e-lected for Gaspe by a  majority of l.-n vote-'.  Lilicui'lie-re has withdrawn the;  chaws he made iu Truth against the  .South African Company.  It is thought the Suit an evades peace  negotiation-, in order to have his  Hoops maicb on Atln-ii>.  If in -tilted that a bi-Ant-h of the  Hank of Montreal will -.hnrtly be  opened at Gr.uiel Feu ks, li. (I.  Sixteen k-atJing broke-:*, of Reis-dund  have piiiine-d a I'l���������ohition deciding to  reorganize the -le>"kexchange.  The Canadian Governiiif-'it will stib-  siiTI/.e the I'a'-t Atlantic: service te> the-  extent of S5"KJ.(/I.'<i a year for ten year.-!.  Sheriff lukst*'"'-". Nulla Bona won the  free-for-all at Ilrnnelon en -Monday iu  Ibi-i'i' straight he-it*. Time "J.2I1., :>.___."...  -ii".  Tbe; proposal te������ iiuve Canadian gejld  c-oriver:t-d into CaiiJieiiaii eoiii at it  Canadian mint is meeting with ve;ry  great .success.  Sur-elay cars w������re in operation in  Toronto In*-! Sunday. The receipt*.  arnouiiling tn nearly .S'j_C'JO will be;  given to Ihe ho-pital.-.  The Government, bas finally rc-fu.-ftd  to give- the Winnipeg and lluel-on's  Ijay Company a i-fipresc-iifative in the  Hudson's Bay exp'-eliti'in.  A despatch from Berlin say the  eipert snot, Kruger, while firing backward sent a bullet through th*: be.itl  of his sister, wh" v.-as ahsist big hirri in  the William Tell act. She di.rl in a  tew minutes.  The new Quebec ministry i-t likely  tn consist of Hon. G. Mnrr-bancl, pi<;-  mii'i"; Duffy, treasurer: P. r-nt, public  works; Di'eihpiie, agrieti tll"c: Are-li-  nmhiiult, iitltirney-geiieral; Ttirgeou,  t-iowii lands; Bickerdike.-, mint's; Mar-  cil, speiker.  The Whitewater mine has been sold  to the Pugct Seiimd f"eclticMiin Company of Kverc-I (,. fo.i _j_~fX),IJfif) tasli.  The mine- which w.-us not itie-oi ptu-jitecl  .was owned by.I. (.'. Katon. .1. L. I{e--  tallick. 3. fi. Meititgomery jintl XV. (.'.  Pe-ar-ce. all of Kaslo. It" has already  paid huge sunn in dividends.  Wholesale dealeis in  i\!es, Wii)es, Spirits and Cigars.  *? ��������� ,: ��������� * *  jAgenls for K. W. Kara Co.?s Pianos,1 anti tho Goohl Bicycles'.Co.'s C'elobratod Bicycle ���������'  Revelstoke, British Columbia. =  IMPERIAL BANK  j    ___0F CANADA  Head Oflice, Toronto  Paid Up Capital    -   $1,963,600  Reserve    -   -   -   -    1.156,800  D)re9tors  H. S. Howland, President  TjR.Merntt, Vice Pres., (St.Oatharines)  William Ramsay, Robert .Taffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland. Stayner,  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager.  Branches  North West and British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Essex   *  Fergus  Gait  tngersoll  Portage la V.-ttcouvet  Prairie Winnipeg  Prince Albert  Revelstoke  Ontario  Niagara Falls    St. Thomas  Port Colborne  Toronto  Rat Portage      Wellaud  Sault St. Marie Woodstock  St, Catharines  Agents  in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  London,  with whom money may be deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches.  Agents in _the JJnite__il_J3tates���������New.  York, -Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St. Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank 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. HEARN,  Manager Revelstoke Branch.  Tr|E MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1855  Paid up Capital    ���������     $2,000,000  Rest Fund   -    ���������    -    l,40P,000  Head Office���������Montreal  BOARD OP DIRECTORS  John II. K. Molson, President  S. II. Kwing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Arch bald  Samuel Finley    "W.M.Macpherson  - J. P. Cleghorn  F. Wolferstan Thorntus, Gen. Manager  A. ii. Durnford,   Inspector  IL Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the .JKtcounls of individuals, firms.  bankorB _ and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  -Knglish and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES :  Aylmer, Ont.       J Ottawa, Ont.  Brrickville;, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.  jMontreal.P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  ."lorrisburg.Onl  Norwich, Ont.  CALGARY BRANCH  Geo. C   McGregor Mgr  "tVINIVlFKO  imANCIl  T. 8. Fhepoe, Manager  Owen Sound, Ont.  I Ilidgetown, Ont.  ! Smiths Falls, Ont  1 Sorel, P. Q.  St. ThomaK, Ont.  Toronto. Ont.  Toron to.Iun c'n, Onl  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 evei'3" respect.,. Good 'accommodation. ' Best  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  . - ���������_!__��������� ���������.-   ., ���������'_____.'��������� * i  Columbia House  ���������Tlic Largest Hotel in,Town.  Centrally Located.    "���������-' -.  Best Accomodation.  St. Leon Plot Springs, oil Upper Arrow  Lake, run-iiLConnection.   *  Rales $1.00 Per Day.     -    Choice Wines, Ljquors and Cigars.  BROWN & CLARKE, Proprietors, Revelstoke.  When at ..  Golden, e.g.  The gateway to the great  East^Qotenay   f  gold fields   THEK00TENA������  u0USE"  1  assures you every comfort, exquisite  tables and commodious rooms   ���������  Headquarters for ��������� commercial and  mining men, ' Free sample.rooms.  Fort Ftccle SttiKO len-vca Kootenay  House    every   Tuuseluy.  Strictly First Glass        S.ADLER, Propr.  AVhen in Vancouver stop tit the  Oriental Hotel  Free bus at all trains.  Comfortable   and   first-class   in  every respect. ���������  .  Rates:   S1.0O and $1.50 a'day.  LAN T/j & GIBI36NS,  i'20-tf Proprietors.  Any oi is Requiring  WOOD  Ca a buy it  Ch eaper from  W pleming  Than, you can alTord to  steal it and take the  chui ices of being caught  Wendell Maclean  Wh< "lesale  and Retail  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Ordersk Promptly Attended To.  f22-tf  IlEE 8t AT^IHSOM  Builders and Dealers In  Carriages.   Buggies,   Buckboards  Democrats,   Road   Wagons,  Heavy Cartage Wagons,  Etc., Etc.  Second hand Buggies, ete. always  on hand. a  Write us for prices anel particulatH.  We can build you a rig to order  Ihey can't be beat.  CHHGH.RY,r  HUBERTfl.  LA FRETZ  , Contractor and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Sank.'  Workmanship Guaranteed  .   ���������"      -Terms Cash  CVJAJAUiS & CO.    .  The PIONEER STOKE,  always keeps in stock  a .full line  of  .Miner-s' Supplies  FFjRGUSOjV. li. c.  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Style at Lowest Prices.  Do_gljV.~ Street ��������� Revelstoke Keep Your  Eye   on  ..-? -^  Great  Lardeau Townsite  ~j  Lardeau  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  Wagner Group  American Group  Black Eagle Group  . Pilot Knob Group  Highland Group -  Abbott Group  Glengarry-Group  Blackburn Group  Holy Moses Group  Fed Plume Group  Each group contaius I'romS to IS claims  -������-/>       ^*t--<_.^___       &y  -/?<-.  -������_���������  A,*-".   <!.���������  ^(���������+ __  ������-'_<  .-  Si-  --������-������ <_-.__  -<\Sr,  .&.  <"  **..  "���������"���������-  - w.v .-*.*  -5������-  Ferguson Working Mines  Broadview Badshot'  Old Sonoma  Gi eat Northern  Hillside  Sunshine  Black Prince  Silver Queen,  True Fissure  Towser  Silver Cup  All within a radius of 1 to (i miles  Ferguson is the Terminus  of    the    projected    Lardeau ��������� Railway���������to   be   built   this   summer.  At the preseut ground floor price the best real estate investment on  the market is FERGUSON lots.  C. E. SHAW  GENERAL AGENT  REVELSTOKE  A Corner Lot at $160 oaLV?^6d  An Inside Lot at $110   for $b2e7.5o8d���������d  ���������ii  - )*  4  sm  CANADIAN  CHARLES'     AMENDMENT  DEFEATED -*"  DOWN  ON  MERRY DEL  VAL  responsible   Government.      The - bill  was read a first time.      ;  . '  ���������    *v .      HEATS A RECORD. -.   ���������   "���������  .Toronto', Mny 20.���������Fine weather  and a good track charaelerized yesterday's "Jockey Club races. Joseph  Seagram's Patrol went the fastest mile  overrun on tbe track in 1.-I3\.  Clarke Wallace's Annual Report���������More  Tariff Changes - Placed Before the  Dominion House���������A Bill for the  North .West���������Seagram's Fast Horse.  Windsor,     May   26.���������Tho     Grand  Orange    Lodge    of - British    North  7 America ccmveTied hei-f-ftliisllfternbbnT"  ' The Grand Black Chapter hold a session  at which it is reported  there was a  renewal   of  the    hostilities   between  Sovereign     Grand     Master.     Clarke  " Wallace      and      Grand      Secretary  Birmingham.    The following officers  were   elected   for   the   ensuing term:  ��������� Granu������ Master. Armstrong, St. Johns.  New     Brunswick:      Deputy    Grand  Master,     Scott,    Kincardine:    Grand  Registrar.  Williams. Toronto; Grand  Treasurer,  Wilson'   Toronto;   Grand  Lecturer,   Fulton,"' Toronto.   ' Clarke  Wallace in his annual Grand Master's  address   proceeded    (o    discuss     the  Manitoba     school     question.        He  expressed   regret   that  he   could not  speak of it simply in retrospect.    He  feared that it would be a much heard  of question yet. It was to bu regretted  that Premier Laurier and his ministers  in  the ir    .speeches    had    given   the  ' inajoritv   a   pledge   that   the   school  settlement    as     effected     by     them  was not to be regardee) as linal, but.  simplv    as   a   first   instalment   and  tentative   in   character.     Tbe Grand  Master  objected in  vigorous ,iunns to  the presence   in   this  country of the.  delegate from  the Pope in the person  of Mgr. Merrv Del Val interfering in  the   affairs   of  the   country.     If the  delegate is well advised he will inform  lhe   bead   of    his    church   that   the  Canadian people are not incapable of  managing their  own'ail'aiis.   but are  resolved to brook no interference from  abroad, and that the papal authorities  -  will  display   in   marked  degree,  the  discretion  "  which      is      sometimes  claimed      for     them      bv     heeding  the call "Hands Olf Canada." ''  - DOMINION l"ARXIA.ME>"T.  O.TTAWA, May20.���������Hon.Mr. Fielding  brought down  another batch of tariif  ..,.' ........ 1...-*- ...,������,, i.trv     'I'U, ��������� ..1..,..,.*  changes last evening. They arc almost  as numerous as those proposed by lhe  Finance Minister a momb agoi'n bis  budget speech" "��������� and materially  iiiodify the policy of the Government.  In Uie House of Commons yesterelay  Hon. Clifford Sifton introduced a biil  to amend the North Wcs'- Territories  Act, wliich will give to that part of  the Dominion an executive council  -similar to the executive councils of  tbr provinces. The effect of this  ���������would be rather as io the method of  "letter administering the (lovernnient  ���������ihnn as to the powers of Government,  anel the result will be to more e-lc-lrly  anti  definitely  define   the system cf  GOOD FOR THE WORTH WEST  Premier Hauitain and J. H. Ross, of  the North West Government Secure  Important Concessions for the West  ���������A   Breezy   Time    at    Windsor.  ---0-"TA"VA,-May-=-2G.���������The-Uouse-of-  Common.s yesterday - continued the  discussion * of the preferential  resolution, m -Hon. Mr.- Fielding's  revised tariff. The members on both  sides of 'the chamber sparred in  debate. Sir' Charles 'flipper's amendment wilt* voted down by 7-1 to 12.  . Hon.'-'J. 11. Ross anil Premier  Hauitain, of the North West Government, ieft for tbe West yesterday,  having received intimation from the  Dominion~Government that all the  claims which they have been pushing  for the past/ month have been conceded anil a sett lenient finally reached.  The subsidv which amounts io S"2~0,0!)()  will be 'raised " to $:>00,00<J. and  practically all the other powers  enjoyed by the other-. provincial  cabinets tire to be conferred on the  executive. The people of the Noith  West Territories, are' tube congratulated on the magnificent fight made  by their executive and upon tbe fact  that so many important concessions  are secured.  It is understood that the unpaid  debts contracted in ceinnection with  the Territorial Fair will be paid by  the Government.  . Dr., McEacbran, chief Veterinary  Surgeon of the Department ot Agriculture, told the committee of agriculture  that lie did not know of a single case  of glanders in horses in Canada. The  practice of the United States cattle  Deing brought into tbe North West  and put to graze on the ranches during  tliesummer to be taken back to the  States in the fall, was discussed at  some length and a recommendation  from the committee invoked with a  view to puttitig-a stop to the practice;  which might under the present  regulations grow' up to fattening  United States cattle on tbe large  r.-ine:he3 of the North West, which  should Vie stocked from the farms of  Ontario and other provinces of the  Dominion.  MAVOIl  HUGllliS AND  ES.SEHY DIFFER.  Windsor. May 27.���������At the Orange  Grand Lodge to-day a tilt occurred  between Mayor Hughes and E<sery of  London, in which Clarke; Wallace's  tide triumphed. Hughes'party, which  is strongly opposed lo Wallace, was in  the minority, but hoped to oust Wallace tei retain Birmingham as secretary  and I o pass a resolution condemning  tbe Dominion Government in connection with Mciiisigneur Merry Del Val's  visit.    All  three  miscarried  so strong that he was not nominated,  and Wallace's treatment of the Ablegate matter in'his address headed off  their third plan.     / '>'  In the morning session the report on  correspondence contained a reference  to the Manitoba school epiestion, anil  Essery. commenting, saiel some members of the society bad proved traitors  and carried news to the bishops.  Hughes took this as a reflection 'and  in resenting it s.iid Essery's covert  insinuations were false and  cowardlv.  He lefused to withdraw anil was  given the option .of withdrawing or  leaving the meeting, anil on appealing  to the chair was overwhelmingly v8ted  down.   He then withdrew his "words.  EARTHQUXKE^IN^IVlONTREAt  THE PROHIBITION   MOVEMENT  DISCUSSED  ~~~"~"~~'���������"       .   \  The Third Shock Within a Few Months  ���������A Panic at Some of the Theatres  Averted with   Difficulty���������The Next  Session to   be - Called in December  Ottawa. May 27.���������The Government  i,s apparently finding considerable difli-  culty in making' up its mind with  regard to the plcbescitc bill. Part of  the Cabinet, desiring to load tbe dice  against prohibition, want to submit  the question of direct taxation along  with a proposal to abolish intoxicants.  This is strongly resisted by lion. .Mr.  Fisher, who is a prohibitionist, and  'also by other members of tbe Government. The matter was discussed at  the meeting of the Cabinet yesterday,  with the result that it is extremely  likely that when the vote is taken it  will be taken on both epiestions. In  the event of prohibition carrying and  direct taxation being defeated tbe  Government will then have a loophole  by which to escape from the responsibility for their action.   *  EARTHQUAKE SHOCK.  Montreal, May 23.��������� Montreal experienced an earthquake shock 'last  night, which makes the third within  the last few month's. About 10.1."  there was a terrifile shock which lasted  for ten seconds. The> shock was very  perceptible throughout the. city and  the reports state that it was felt in the  surrounding districts. In some of the  theatres in the city the shock was so  great that tbe people made a rush for  the doors iind a panic was prevented  with difficulty. The first shock was  followed about half anhour afterwards  by a rumbling noise which lasted  several minutes.,  THE NEXT SESSION,  ...  Montreal, May 28.���������Hon. J. I.  Tarte writing from Ottawa says that  the next session will be called_ in  December or January, by which time  the Government, after watching the  effect of the Tariff will be in position  to make all the necessary amendments.  BOISTEROUS    LEGISLATORS  Riotous Scenes in the   Austrian'  Legislatures--Air   Thick With Missiles  London, May 25.���������The Standard's  coi-tespondent, at Vienna says: "'The  obstruction which has characterized  the proceedings of the reichsiatb during the last, few weeks, culminated  todiiy in an unprecedented scene. The  president became so much excited in  anticipation of trouble that he fainted  before the session opened, and the  vice president had to take the chair.  For hours the Opposition hael recourse  to every parliamentary device for obstructing business, and finally when  tbese_where-^exhii listed,-���������overturned  desks, smashed inkstands, flung books  in the face of the speakers, indulged in  coarse invectives and finally came to  blows in a general riot.*'  Teacher���������"James, can you tell me  what is meant by a cubic yard? James  ���������"I don't know exactly, but I suppose  it's a yard that the. Cuban children  play in." - *  "Young man." said the stutesnian.  "I eleeline to be interviewed." The  hopeful reporler looked sad. "I always  interview myself," the statesman explained. _"Itis a great plan for missing mistakes. Just sit down audi  will have your e-opy ready in about  five minutes."���������Ciiiciiiatti Enquirer.  McNAMARA&GO.,  Assayers, Milling ai\d  Milling Engineers  Office and Metallurgical "Works at  523, First Street, a few doors  west of Hotel Spokane,  SPOKANE - -  WASHINGTON  TIME C/\I.D NO. I  To take elfcet en Wednesday, November 25  ISO j.   Trains run on Pacini: Standard Time.  GOING WEST  8:00 a in Leave.  8:3������ am      ���������'   .,  -..HI]a m      "    .  9:51 a 111 * .,  10.03 a ill ' .  10:18 a in " .  10:30 nm " .  10:33 am " .  10:50 ti m Arrive.  DAILY  . ..Kaslo   .buuth Fork..  ..Sproule'8 ...  .Whitowutor..  . Bun r Lako ..  ..McGuipan..'.  ... Bailey's...'.  .. Junction ...   Sandon   GOINO EAST  jlrrivo 3:30 p m  . " 3:15 p m  . '" 2:15 p m  . " 2:00 pm  . " 1:18 pm  . " 1.3)pm  . " - 1:21pm  . " 1:12 pm  . Leivel.00 p m  For rates  and   information  apply   at   tho  Company's otlices.  n.W. BRYAN,,  ROBT. IRVING. Supt. andlAsst. Treas.  Trntllc Manager,' Kaslo  DR. ALLEN'S  Hoof Remedy  For   use  in   cases   where  disease  eats   oil" tho horn  -   '      of the hoof  Also a Neyer Failing: Remedy  For fungus growth of llesh  iu any shape, whatever, or  old   standing   sores   that  other remedies have Faded  to cure.  Try It and Save Your Horso  If ere is a never failing remedy.  For sale by  W, A. ALLEN  Veterinary Surgeon       Calgary  price: list for assaying  3iIv.*r_''aRsay.._'. 31 IX)  Oold and silver.  1 to  n-fiiy..   Golel, silver and  lead, pssay   Ga'd, silver and  copper, astay..  Gold  and silver  bullion, assay..  '/��������� nc, at say   sulphur, assay...  Mercury, nssay..  Melting andrellii-  ingbars   Lime, analysis.. ? 3 CO  Silica, analysis. 2 00  Coal partial, an. 5 00  Tln.ae.say  j oo  2 50   Nickel, aisay S10  to  1500  3 00   Cob-in,as:.ay������10  to  10 00  2 00   Antimony, nss'y 10 00  3 00 Arsenic, asiny.. Aid  3 PI) -Muminum.ass'y S 00  5 00   Platinum, assay o 00  Mel ting, refining  2 00      and assaying..  What  tbey  bit   is   history,   what  Hughes', they mis* is mystery,"'is a efuotation  found lie bad  no chance of winning, j used by Senator Morgan.    It is a fine  The  opposition  to Birmingham  was' description of modern journalism.  3 oo  lutes given on application for working tests  of ores on samples of one to ilfty pounds.  ' We hare llio meis-. complete equipment in  the North West for'.csling ores and determining the kind of machinery necessary for tlio  reduction cf the same.  Postal rate on ore one cent per ounco. Bend  at least three ounces for assay.  Inspections and reports itiado on mining  prspertr.  .Wr. F. K, McNamarn. of this firm is the  inventor of "Tho McXamara" Two .stamp  Mill, which has a guarantt-cfl capiclty of from  live to seven tons per day: 85 to 0') per cent, of  the gold is saved in lhe buttery- Can add as  many batteries as de-tired. Estimates and  prices on application Remember than we  make a Epcclally of Real Estate and Mines.  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, timothv and prairie: OATS,  CHOI-*, BRAN, SHORTS. KLOUR,  POTjVTOES. EGGS. BUTTER,  FISH, HAMS, BACON, Etc..  FROM ^ELLY BROTHERS  Reco Street SANDON  ( ahadian  V Pacific  SCO PACIFIC LINE  The cheapest, quickest and belt  route to  Toronto     New York     Philadelphia  Montreal    Boston    Halifax  and all Eastern and European Point*  Tourist Cars leave Revelstoke  daily for St. Paul; for Toronto  every Monday; and for.Montreal  and Boston every Thursday.  = Empress of India, Empress of  Japan andEmpress of China sailing  every four weeks for China and  Japan.   Warimoo aud Miowera sailing  monthly for Honolulu, Suava and  all Australian and New Zealand  ports. i,  For full   particulars   apply  to  nearest C. P. 11. agent, or to  J. T. URADSHAW  Agent, Revelstoke.  B.  M. MncOREGOR. Travelling  Passenger  Atrnnt,   Nclton, U. C.  OEO.  McL.   BROWN.    District   Passenger  Agent. Vancouver.  The militiaman w~s undergoing an  examination for a non-commissioned  officer. "What do army regulations  make the first reciuisite in order thata  man may be buried with military  honour-;?" was the cjuestion fired at  him. "Death,' he promptly responded. And after mature reflection  the examine!; corunittee held that he  was light.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  MKTUODIST CHURCH ��������� RereUtoke.  Preaching services at 11 a-m. and 7 "0  p.m. Class meeting at the close of tbe-  morning rorvlco. Sabbath School and BiMe  Cl.it-H at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meet'off  every Wednesday evoking at 7:30 p.m. The.  public are c-ordlally invited. 8e������ts free.  " " REV. J. A. WOOD. Putor.  f-HURCH OF ENGLAND ��������� ReveUtoke.  ^ Scrvico*: Ditly. evening prayer5. p.nt..  except nn Fridays when it is at 7 p. rn.  with eddross. -Sundays: Holy Coiumunto-D  8 a.m.. mornlnp prnycr II. evening prayer 7:30  First Sunday in month Holy Communion at  morning services.  FRANK A. FORD Vicar.  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH-ReTelotokr.  t-     Service every   Sunday evening   at 7*~fr  p.m.     Bib'c  CIiss  at   2iW. p.m.,  to which  all are welcome*. ,   ST. OEDDE3. B. A-. MtMlonarT'  ROMAS   CATHOLIC   CHURCH-It eve!*  ���������*-v   stoke.    Mass  fourth   Sunday in  month  at 10-30 a.m.   REV. FATHER PEYTAVIN.  PROFESSIONAL  I-/   B. McKECHNIE.  W . (m. b., u. o c. y.)  Physician an 1 Surgeon.  Offce:   Near the Union Hotel.  Calls by telephone or telesraph   promptly  attended to.   Otr.ce hours:   "~0to Ham. la)  to i and 7 to 8 p.m.  Ruveistoke -       BaiTisn Co__.i_.wbi.*..  C.JVT.WOODWQSTH  M. A..  LL. B. '  I  (  i 'fi  ,i )f  i  Notary. Conveyancer, Etc  Mines and Real Estate.  StccAs Citv     -     -     British CoictfBH.  -iV.-T LOCAL AHDJEHERAL   HEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal \  and   General  Items Round  and  About Revelstoke.  ���������* H. N. Coursier is agent for Uie  Ileiiit'/.tniin Piano.  I A car load of good timothy hay at  C. B. Hume & Co's. store.  George Boavo left Monday for  the St."Loon Hot Springs.  Tin; hospital is expected to be. ready  for use about the middle of the month.  -An elegant resilience for Mr. T. Kt I-  wartls is going up on the edge of tbe  hill.  Mr. .T. J. Foley, or the Lakeview  llotel, Afiowhead, Was in lown yesterday.  Anew 'bus ���������arrived for the Union  llotel yesterday, ami is a very handsome alc'aii-.  Mr. Fred Edgar is taking a holiday  and will pay it visit lo the St. Leon  hot springs.  * Tangloroot. Tanglefoot. Tanglefoot, Go to C. li. Hume to Uo's. for  your fly paper.  Mr. A; Treinblay of the Senate Restaurant, returned from' the lower  country yesterday.  Mr. J. D. Sibbald is going to Ferguson next week to commence operations on the Glengarry.  Speaker Higgins of the local house  was in town on Monday.and. paid the  Herald a pleasant call.  Mr. A. N. Smith's new building  makes a.''handsome addition to the  business blocks of the town.  G. Robinson, son of Fred Robinson,  arrived here on ��������� Saturday from Mexico, where he has been seeking health.  Tie will remain here for the .summer.  A meeting of tbe ladies of the Church  or England congregal ion is being held  '������������������in the church this 'afternoon to discuss  ways and means for the proposed social  on June 23d.  After it brief stay here Rev. V. Scott  has been transferred to Asbe-roft and  Rev. 1'. D. Mini' litis taken his plttce in  charge of the Presbyterian chinch.  He wilt conduct services twice on .Sim-  day in future at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Mr. N. Luxton of the Kootenay  Guide-is in town today. Tlie venture  proved quite a success. The first edition of 5,001.) copies is all disposed of  and more had to be run oil' for the  U. P.R.  The Park Hotel, a Calgary-house,  was burned to the ground on Sunday  nighl iinel there was a nooil deal of  tremble to prevent the living sparks  from setting lire to the Royal and other  buildings,in the neighboi-hood.  Mi. Chas. Stindisoii. an old Slocan  prospector from Sandon, was in town  yesterday. lie hits been visiting  friends in Kdmotidon and is goinjr to  Fet guson to do some prospecting in  ��������� the Lardeau.  . Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Jones oT Kamloops registered at the Columbia on  Sunday. Mr." .Tones has been appointed purser on the lllecillewaet.  '.���������.���������which began to villi daily ri-oiti Arrowhead to Galena Bay and Thompson's  Landing yesterday. I  The waggon road into Ferguson has  ���������been' put into such shape lhat. hauling  can be done over it. iind when fully  ���������"completed there will be a first"class  road from: Thomson's Landing direct  lo Ferguson.  Mr. Win. Peai'te of Sandon, who  has been on a Miree week's visit to bis  ���������old home in Edmonton, ari-ive-tl in  town cm Saturday evening, iinel left  again on M'inday for Burton Citv.  where be contemplates putting in a  saw mill.  ���������Mr. AV. B. Pool went down to Fer-  ���������guson-bn-Monilny-.-laking���������^~_^"i_Qlli!r_  .'way and J.'Chapman with him to continence work on'the NellieL. iind'Mayhe  claims in tlie Pool group -arid do assessment work on the Silver Row on Pool  creek. He will also act as agent for  the townsite in Ferguson.  Tlie Herald gives the news while it.  is news. 101 papers for $2. The only  newspaper in North Kootenay giving  a telegraphic service. Delivered at  vour door,���������free.���������just olf the press.  Weekly circulation, over four times  ...greater than any other paper in tbe  district.   Job*'office unexcelled.  The Stockholm Ilouse annex bas  been rai.������ed iind live comfortable bed  rooms more have been put in upstairs.  The lower portion bas also been refitted tind the interior.has been thoroughly papered and painted by R. II.  Raiii.siiy. A reading and writing room  has been provided and the genial proprietor, Albert Stone, is endeavoring  to make it as neat and comfortable as  possible.  I Li.-; pleasant to learn that there are al  ready outward and visible signs of Hint  .increased prosperity which our mines  were to bring to us. A recent, visitor  to Revelstoke informs us that tbat  long neglected centre is now being  rapidly built tip, tbat business is booming there and that the stores are well  equipped to -meet the demands' upon  .'them.���������The Province. ���������������  W. R. Collins. R. B.Collins and John  Hailey of Spokane are in Rossland on  their way to tlie mines on Tenderfoot  creek:in tbe Trout Lake district. Th  first named has a contract to drive a  -100-foot. tunnel on the Lulu claim,  owned by a Spokane company, of  whom J. M. Burns and H. L. Lilientbal  are president anel secretary. Work is  to be begun by June 1 and the company expe-cts to strike shipping.; ore: in  00 feet. ' Assays from the cropping"  run as high as $208 in silver.���������Rossland  Miner.  The Calgary Herald bas come out  with a special edition, devoted to a  description of the elisti-icts known by  miners as the Liirdeau. The. edition  contains a gre-it. deal of useful and  valuable information about that part  <if West Kootenay. and will no doubt  have considerable eifect, in calling the  itttention of outsiders to its wonderful  mineral resources. Our Calgary contemporary acknowledges with pleasure  'its indebtedness as far as tbe prepara  tion of the edition is concerned to our  own columns and congratulates this  paper on the work it has , done; in  bringing the Laiilt_.au country to tbe  front. I  Messrs. C. B. llimtit ete Co. opened I  up their new store in Itevelstoke yesterday.  Mr. ii. Macle.'in, owner of the Calgary flotn mill, w.-is in town Monday  and was much si ruck with the progressive look of everything in this  place.  The C. V. R. have granted a special  rule for the. Orange celebration here  on July..1*21.11 next. From Donald on  the east...Kamloops on the west and  fro tn nil points in Knoti'tiiiy a return  ticket will be given lo Orangemen attending tho celebration at a single fare.  Tbe early closing movement was  inaugurated last night, when all store's  closed atS o'clock. The IIeualo hopes  our merchants will give the plan a fair  trial. Once it has been properly  started no one will ever feel any desire  or. ��������� necessity ' to go back to tlie ttld  methods.  The old freight, shed litis been moved  to tbe town end of the new one, and  will be used partly iis a bonded warehouse and partly as Mr.,Sydor's ���������'oflice.  A gang of men aro busv laying down  the new track in front of the platform.  Beyond the freight shed comes the  Government cold storage and next to  that again the. B. C. Sugar Refinery  are putting up their warehouse'.  Messrs. Bourne Bios, contemplate  building a largo warehouse next to  the Refinery's, and Mr. F. McCarthy  another one beyond them.  Rev. F. A. Ford has decided to hold  tho open ait- service, on Accession Day.  J tins 20th, in the evening in front of  the English church, commencing'', at 7  p.m. Tlie choir is preparing special  music and hymns prepared for tbe  occasion in England have been cabled  for. If the weather is l.hreal'.oning the  service will be held in the church. Invitations have.been sent to the. various  fraternal societies asking them to attend the. service.       .  The 'Butte City Mining World has  tbe following sensible remarks on the.  smelter epiestioii in British Columbia:  It, does seem strange to those who  have* been used to look upon a smelting plant as sotiiel.hing more than a  mere toy to hear of one being built for  every mine in the province. There  lire four iir five smelting plants now  in that country closeel down. Would  it not. be hotler to open up one nr two  of these plants than to talk of building new iiiics. Onr friends across tlie  1 llie will lind out sooner or .later that  it is much better tn haul the ore It) ti  suitable smelting sile than to build it  close to Lhe mine and then look for the  necessary fluxes, water, markets, e-.te..  in other ipiartcrs. Cheap smelting  rali'.s are not usually obtained by  building ii plant in e:Iose proximity to  the mine, but on lho other bantl by  hauling the ore lo .-i. natural smelting  point where everything necessary is  h-uiily und cheap.  Good Business Building to Rent  Enquire of " W. F. B." at this office.  TUITION  Miss Lesa Martin will give Piano or  Organ Instruction at pupil's residence.  Private Lessons in German, Shorthand, und Cali.il.lieiiics. Typewriting  done "by the hour. Apply at. the  Kindergarten from 0 '11:111.. lo 12 noon.  Iniyif  For  Sale.  A 11x22 new h -use and 50 ft.. Int. e*n 2nd St,  Mara, towi.site. For particulars addiws "P.P,  IlgKAT.D oftlec  A Tenderfoot  "Wishes tn irrubitake nnd accompany r-n  0x1^111*110^'. pfo.pocor fora *."..- -week*. For  particulars arpb* at ilr:i*-*.i.ri ollice*.  Wanted.  ���������\ t,-onel practical hnrber.    Apply at once to  J. Morcan. He viImo'<*   Wanted.  jUnrce ft coot*, cook at Tboriaon'a }*������dl"Z<  "Apiry-STTihe-KerHi-i-O'tiee.������������������ '���������"*-������������������   Hotel License.  Notice is herehy Kivin thai f" days from the  date he-roof I intend to ar.tly v>t>-t-.Sticc*idiAr7  Mt-t.i;*trate tor the }tev,I:-iolie I-'ivi-ion of *������*.*e*j.t  KootfiT-.y for pe-'ttii_*yioa to sell liquors at to;-'  hotel at Ferguson. U. C.  W~i.-Hor-"ES.  Fcretiann. Mav 1.1.1KI7. May 10 lins v:  FERGUSON  The Centre of the Lardeau Mines.  The Pioneer Store  of   Ferguson, B. C.  CUMMINS &CC,  General nerchants.  Dealers in   Groceries, Hardware. Dry Goods,  Mining Supplies, 'Etc.  Miners and Prospectors Outfitted.  Post Office in 'Connection.  Our store is onlv from one lo six  miles from the richest mining prospects on the continent ol America.  By purchasing from 'is '* will save yon  many a weary step.  Batho & Co.-  ., .  -a������������������""^  General  s  Merchant  iners and Prospectors  Outfitted, &c.  So-^ ���������"c"~  Ferguson, B. C.���������The centre of  the Lardeau Mines.  Balmoral Eotjel  Cummings & Sparling, Proprietors.  First Class aci-oiniiitulalitm.   The. bill-  supplied  with lhe. besl. Wines,  -   Licpiors anti Cigars.  ���������  F*BI*L(3"TJS03<r,  IB- O-  ..lA-/n    fl  Now  is Your Tiffie; to  Make a Strike!  Money,  time  nml   trouble saved   by  buying your im'P*'ic" "> siK'1*. <** tl10  ���������  "    mines at, llcvelstiike prices.   ���������  Yours for business,  I.  M.  CITRON, ���������;  General Merchant.  Thomson's Landing, B.C. ^^  _    \  il  Is the place.' 10 Imv vour Tobacco,  -  Cigars, Slationarv.Fruits. Candies,  Patent Medie-ines.  Perfumery'lite.  Agents for the White Swan Creamery  Butter and Cheese.  We sell for cash and give our patrons  the  benefit, by selling our goods  at the lowest prices.  Small profit's, epiick  returns; live and  let live is our motto.  Teaming and jobbing done promptly.  Moiisics Foil Sai.k.  J. M. McCALLUM. Manager.  Revelstoke Station.  \  R rtr<\'%  \ % %* P"  WILL PK RECKIVI'D BY THE UNBBP-  '" si. ncel up to .".un- Dili, tor the conjunction  of about Five (5) iniie s ot  WAGON ROAD  bit wren forks nf the LardCaUlUvcr and a point  on ���������South fork thereof.  Spffcu-citi ������na may.hftfirjcn at 0. B. Hume &  Co., Kcvelstoke and KerKUfion, aid fit l^oley'd  "Hotel, .-.rrowhea-t.  ���������^The latyea^^Qn^a _^'^J.nr.de_rt_na_t .nuccs.arHy  accepted.  H. CARRY, C. E.  Fcj-Ij F. R.&U. G.F. T,. Co.  ���������Transfer of License.  Notice i3 hereby sivr;n thai. 30 days after date:  I shell make iipplic.11 ion t.te truntter my license-  to s-dl Ho.uor at the Trout J_je*k-_  Hotel. Trout  Lako City, to Mrs. Jowett.  J. Bocukt:.  Juno 1, 1SS7. Jur.e2 1t,w  Hotel License.  Notico is hereby j-iv<_n that 30 days after dtito  I Intend lo apply fjr a licer.so to retail liquor  at Fertirnson.  P. J. O LOCCHII.IN".  June 1.1897. Jun-������ 2 liwkly  Hotel License.  N'otlc.i Is hereby jfiven thatsi days after dat/_  1 Intend to upply for ei liccnto to retail liquors  ontheHOUth fork of Ln.rdcn.il river, about C  milOH above FerKUson.  A PA  IlELLMA-N.  Jone 1st. 18". June 2 Itwkly.  MITCHELL  &   CO,  INSURANCE  AND  COMMISSION   AGENTS,  MINING  BROKERS,  CALGARY, ALTA.  Auction Sale For Rent.  Acting under instructions from Mr. P It.  Peterson, of Revelstoke., 1 will Hell nt public  tiucion on Baturtlay. the "eh day of .tune-. 1&I7.  at )0 turn., at Air. PPtcraon'spremisesonWrlKht  ptreet, a quantity of potutoes belonicinK io w.  H. Howard, of Kevelstoko, to satisfy rent dne  by the said W. 11. Heiwanl to the said P. Tt.  Peterson in rct-pecr. of lot, 3,block 1. Itevelstoke.  and nil casta loyally inr;urred. Intendiog purchasers can inspect potatoes at ar.y time 1-7 applying to Mr. Peterson.   Term3-0a^h.  Oated this 2nd day of June. ViS)-.  S.V-M'l Needham,  Deputy HherifT.  Notice  Vntie-e Is hore*by Kiven that, sixty days nfrer  d^c we intend to apply to the Chief oornm^-  slone'-r of Lrmdi and Wnrks .for pcrrnisston t<>  on?ehaaoU>o followinft elescribed Iand.situate "  fn So lte'elsrokc division, Koot.sntiy el.striot.  at Five i'ile creek, about 5 miles from Carnes  Ireek. and1  obout: 7 milts from: Macrt.tosh'a  i h������c5immenoin(? at a post 200 yards on tho wc-t  ' fidc^hScrcck.on 'the Coinn.bta river, and  mpfktd "P. It- Peters/on anel ..T. ir.A.liiti'X  SW corner post," anel _runnin(t north in  chains thenco east 80 chains, thenco er.uth to  th? Cb nrnbia river, 10 chains, thonre tip  the Colt mhSti river lo place of commencement.  SOchains. contnlninK.S'.fi acres������������������������J*^  J. H. Wjiitb.  May 7.1807.' HfmyOkw  Revelstoke Hospital  -Maternity room in eortnection.  'Vaccine kept on hand.  Drs. McKcchnic & J~ffs, Attendants.  A. McGUIRE,  Dealer in all kinds of  Farm Produce,  ^SALMON ARM, B.C.  Write for Prices   C. B, Maclean  ARCHITECT . . .  AND DF-SIGKER.  Estimatcf furr.u)lie:e3. I'ians and epedflija-  tlons made. j������.m ulso prttpared to do shop  and job work on the .^horrent ne.tit-e.. Satiti-  faction j-naran'-cetl in eiv.ry ratej. ejall or  writo for terms. "  Hain Street, Revelstoke,  B.C.  JAS. HUTCHISON  Heavy Draying and  Transfer Work  a Spcialty.  Teniuing or all kinds ic-ciivcs pieuni't  attfiiiiot).  Tlie ���������'blaze face" horse is Ihe sign  hoard.  REVELSTOKE STATION,   B.  C.  If-I-,     -wt     c^^*^ 4^E3^a silia sJSj ttfc^^ ",^=^*tsL ^"i^ ^^^ ^41^^  /IPiiaaiawj.���������������������������  __':lai_IlEllMt MEillfeTffHn  ���������R^l^"8^���������tft^':-.f���������t-.:ft.���������i;V'  Agent for the Blickensderfer  TypeNvriter  . VEbhS  Successor to GILKER & WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Gaps. Boots,  Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc.  POST OFFICE STOBE,  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  aw   SO  CO--  REVE12STOKE STATION  HAT-Timothy by Carload, Ton or Bale.  POTATOES, nicely put up in 90 lb Sacks, good  and sounq.  FRESH EGGS. BUTTER, always on ice.  AGENT  FOR  THE   NELSON   MINERAL WATERWORKS  CO.  Before hitting the Hills  i~~  Parcels Delivered  We Never Sleep  REVELSTOKE STATION  DT^ QII? A "RT -"P  ^^MsnassZSzaSBH&SSSt*.  .FOR SALE-situate between Uie Metbodist Churo^and the brovv of the hill,  near the old town.    For prioe/and particulars-apply to  .T. L. HAIG, Sole Agent.  FoKrail-llie-Differeneb-  It makes in tho prico of your bread,  !wliy no6 order it thuly Troui  A. N. Smith of the Revelstoke Bakery,  s    *ird h wo It. tlclivcrcd free :it yt\nv ������ioor  '���������'Wo arc' in-Th'j busincES anrl linvo to  bak-i everyday, v-licihcr it ii hot or  not. but with you it t*hmi������il be dilluvcnr.  .Tnsfc try it inul you will Ins tiiiri������riactl to  lind bow littlo tiiil'croiu;'* . in the prico  there is-all ihm'-tS'Cont.idrrert.  He-fa TUT. JOC*.  ft.  r������3-  B_������a;  ^':'  &������������������  m.  m  v2������t  "yl  THE ONbY-  CANAD1AN B1GYGLE  *!  cYour Summer Suit ?  Have you decided to get one? If  K'i, we can fit you. cither m a  re'idv-to-weiif nr tiiilor made!, anel  nt a"ri'lJiii!-kably low" price. Our  Mock was iit-vei- better or larger to  chooM. It'Oiii. and the \v:>ikni:iii-  Kbip and fit is giiiiranteeel. ItpiiVH  to cj'-t good cleitbe!5". and we asK  vou lo l)'V us with your next'  fiT-dt-r. Cum>* in arid look over our  grMids anyway.  R. S. WILSON,  Merchant Tailor.  KUVKIJSTOKK STATieiy.   It. I.'.  HAVING AND  IHAMPO.OI.NO  iATHS, Hot  or  Cokl^ "  At J. MORGAN'S Shaving Parlors  Another lnrRO nnil complete stock of Tobaccos  jnst rcccivetl. nlao a line slock of  Confectionery  11  J. MORGAN, Tonsorial Artist  B!"  ���������sSa  B-  Tlmt received an iiwurd at the World's Columbian Kxpoi-ition Tor ltointH of Kitncriil.cxcullenco  wtis lho Brantford Bed BU*d, the stronitcst,  specdlc-t tuitl most beautiful bicycle Bold in tho  Dominion toil0.7.  n-lE WISDOM OF THIS AWARD  1h verified by thn fact that four out of flvo of tho^  Class B clinnipicnshipa for '1)5, find four out of ' 1  flvo ot tho professional chatapionsliips /or 'Ofl  tvero ivuu on u Rod Bird Notwitbbtanding  what the tiders of other wheel-i may do, _the  fact remains that when nnythlng worth winning  is won, tho trick is Generally done on tho fast  and beautiful Red Bird.  BRANCHES:  Toronto,  Montreal,  St. John,  Winnipeg,  Sydney.Aus  tralia.  THE GOOLD  BICYCLE CO., Ltd.,  x" ,��������� ^   +VlQ BRANTFORD.  Those rarnouB Wheels are sold by tbe  COWAN-HOLTEN-DOWNS  CO..  W. A. NETTLE,  Carpenter and Contractor  Plans and Kstlinates Prepared.  REVELSTOKE STATION,  B.C.  FOR SALE  A   Strong   Frame   Euilding   24x40  * stories. 10 feet ccilinf?s, studdinp. 2x6,11! inch  centres, roof nnd outside painted, situated  near the old smelter. Kor particulars as to  prico and terms call on or write    .  Tj. A. Fretz.  mtylOtf Itevelstoke Station  G. E. SHAW,  NOTARY PHBLie,  EEAL ESTATE  AGENT.  Desirable Residences for Sale or to bet.  Conveyancing in all it* branches.  1'ireV Insurance.  W. G. BIRNEY,  PAINTER  SIC3-35TS  ���������������  Paper Hanging a Specialty  Address: Care of Union Hotel, Bevelstoke.B.C.  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS;  BLACKSniTHINO and  JOBBING, \  PLUriBINC. and PIPE-FITTINQ,  TlNSniTHINQ and SHEET IRON J  WORK,  MACHINERY REPAIRED.  Mining Work a Specialty.,J  Robt. Gordon,  -   Revelstoke Sta-


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