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Revelstoke Herald May 11, 1898

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Vol. If.    No.
$2.00 a Year"in Advance'.
I Hudson's B?>,|
I    Company?
The   Most   Up-to-Date
in Western Canada.-��w
Intending Trospectors slionld write us Vf
for ono o( our new Folders, w*-ich jV
contains an excellent Map and an W,
estimate o( the probable co-t of a r>
complete outfit (or the Gold Fields. 5.
Hudson's Bay Stores,     K
Calgary. &
CalgaI'.y, Feb  1, 1S9S. Is
Dry Goods
Otu stock in the above* department is
now complete, enibiacing nil
the latest novelties.
We nre showing a large inrlety of the icrv
latest -tiles from fl up. A Job line ��e lire
clearing out at "Oc. and 7,'ic , worth fl and .1 w
Sailors and Walking for ladies'and children's
wear In newest and best shapes.
One make onlv, which wo consider the best.
Kmil l'ewne. ._ .Uo.'s rrench Kid, es cry pair
Good in point of quabtv at right prices.
Tne hundred pairs to select from.
Haig & Crage
Notaries Public,
Sole Agents for
Revelstoke   -
*r^-? Townsite
MINING, - _  -���
Barrister, Solicitor. Notary Public, Etc.
Oflice. Molson's Bank Block,
, First Street, Revelstoke Station, B.C.
WM.  WHITE,  Q. C.,
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc,
Solicitor for Imperial Bank ofOanada._.	
7. ,     -  -     ���~     " j~~
. -  Front St., Revelstoke, B.C.
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc..
Oflice:   Cowan Block.   I'.O Bo\ 1B8.
Third St., Revelstoke J B.C.
taped edges, .1 jicr pair.
_. *    '   taped edges,
Three .mils long.     . ..    .
ihri'O and a half jards long,
.1-5 and upwards
Our range of these goods cannot be
From 72 in to SO in. In plain and twill
Circular Pillow Cptton, 40 in. and-Mill. Also
Read.-Made Sheets and Pillow Cases.
Bleached and unbleached, from Oc. per j ard.
A well assorted stock nl ���n}_ on hand.    Pure
Linen Towels from lai/fc     These are special
lalue and cannot be beaten at the price.     --
Special Sale tins week of Dress Trimmings:
Trimming tit lie. per \ard, reduced to     .. lljc
Trimming at ale. per .ard, reduced to 1 >c
Trimming at 2~>c per \itrd, reduced to      17J.��c
Trimming at .He per jnrd, reduced to '-itc
Trimming at 5l)c. per \ard, reduced to     .. Aii'
Other lines at similar reductions.
Silks for Blouses and Trimming, worth .Oc ,
~(le., 7"ic. ~1 and "".""> per \ard; this week, 40e.,
"0c., I')., 7.~c und Tl per \ard.
A line of All-Wool Cashmeres, usual price,
00c., reduced to lie. ,
& Co.
Tlie Revelstoke Pboto Co.
Revelstoke,    -       -   -   B.C.
Studio: Douglas Stiifet.
Physician and  Surgeon.
OCiieniP- Mel enn's oflice
'tins nllirc rrulft), Saturdaj and Sundai.
McKenzie Ave., Revelstoke Sta., B. C.
Insurance, Commission and Mining
=~~    -~_'Bro"cersr~Calgaryr'Alta7-:       "~~~
-.gents for the Queen Tire Insurance Co, of
I'_i._._-_nted b_ XV. Morns, Beeclstoke.        Gun
v Company
i^_^^ Kamloops
D alers in Dry Goods, Grocer.es
and Liquors
(������in fin nihil nil 'necessary out- ^
fits and supplie*s loriiiineis .ind
pios)iecloi** going o.eil.md to
the Goldlields
Via the Cariboo Road,
i .and _ an ijnge   for   supplies   at.
Our Dry Goods Department
has been thoroughly
overhauled.' since the rush subsided. All our stock is in splendid shape and new lines have
recently been added.- _ We wish
to draw special attention to our
bargains,in       v * K"
Imported Flannels and FJanacUettes
.    *
* - j
' -'���    - ,
Pieces,of Dress Goods i-
*       * *  * I
A Stock of Hosiery, jusHmporie'd'
**,_..._.-,   .   .^-^^-S-iltf-i.^__-^-*��� ������ ?_* - _.
' A Well- Assorted Stock of Silks   .   ''
1 is always kept stocked
with a full supply in every line
of the best and freshest goods.
We are agents for Earn Lal's*Tea,
the very best in .the market.
Our prices are-made to suit the
limes. We al -rays keep in our
warehouses a good stock of hay,
oats and vegetables.
. __ t _
The terms.,which the provincial go*'-
eriiiiier.t have made wilh the c-ontr... L-
ors, who propose to build the liiilw.iy
to.Teslin Lal^e. in return foi the bonus
of $1000 per _i>ilc." must meet with the
appiobntion of'e very bod v, who admit,
that the rotti. ought to he built at ail.
The bargain" is not much of the nntii.-e
of a bonus at. all. as that expiession is
usii.illy understood, i.it her the government become!* a p.utiier in the enterprise, letainiiig contiol of the rates,
the choice of'.i. smtliern tei minus and
i ecei ving a'pei c entage ol the oai ning.s
It at any'time the l.ulway company
wishes to gee.rid ol the government
pai tnci-hip they" must pay back th.*
bonus. At the same time* the company
lias to begin woik onjjiitie 1st. anel
have the section i I om the Sticke*en to
Teslin Lake completed by August .'list.
1S99 and to ' immediately construe t n
wagon io_u.,_frt"e_to the public,th rough
this'saine.sectioii and assume the expenditure already undei taken bv the
government on the wagon road froi..
the Stickee'-h north.  v
The whblejai rangement is busine   -
like anel sittistni'toiy.   The only oh'
ions possible'tolt aie  that thesys,
of  bomiises is wrong or that the .
is. unnecessary.    With leeaiel to  .
fiist point  this-paper advocates  ��� c  -
struttion antj> owneisbip  of inilw.iys
by the government, but if ever there
was a case, in which it is  nioie advisable for the government to let. private
p.uties assunie__he lisk of a line, it is
this one. -In  ten  ye.us,  pei haps 1 ���**>
its usefulness .may be a thing of  f .*
past.    It niuy'iiot'be*. at. the s-inie ''
the't h.ince* tli ft it_A\ill is e onsidei.     *,
unless the history'ot Klondike is,v  " ,
to   elilier 'Ireiiti - that   of every  o.'er
placet .-iiiinii'g   c.unp  yet on  lecoid.
And   an 'abandoned    l.iilw.-iy    would
se-.ueely be'reg.u tied in the  light ot  a
veiy~d"''-iral>li* proline al :i-set. *_
At the same tune the line shuii'd' be
built. .-We in .Kootenay \~~ant to see
Vancouver and Vidona net all (heie
is coming out tijf tins Klondike st, ��� -
ede. We want'-lo see it build them i :
into cities twice anil tin ee times tl. .
pi esent size." There '-ii e immense possibilities befoie eit.li of these sea pints,
which il pn>pn.ily u-ecl will bring I hem
right to t iJe'feir". .tino'ng the t ities ot
t he empire and with theni the whole
piovince* of| British (Jol.'.inbia nnd
Kooteiiay'along with it. This Klondike husfness will give them _im"d n- a
big lift in this, direction tmd nu govern--
ment would be cluing its*duty to thii.._
pi ovint-e as li-.wliole^w.hic h'^liegli_.t"/ejd_.
to take advantage^) the fullest ..to the
extiaordinary opportunity, which" the
discoveiy ot geild^ on . the Yukon h.is
placed in its wav,* to increase tlieli.ide*
of -British f Columbia and in ike1 its
IiountllesH * lesoiitces anel  capabilities
Preparations for   Invading   the
Colonies Completed.
known'to the world.
Hazleton and Glen-oka.
Writo for particulars. ,
Wood   Dealer  and Drayman.   ���
Draving and deli\er.- work a specialty.
Teams alwajs on hand at shortest notice.
Conflicts for jobbing taken.
Aec.t for the Standard Oil Company.
J,   R.   HULL   &   CO.,
Butchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers
<*   " -inBeef, Pork, Etc.
Kamloops and Revelstoke.
All orders in our line promptly filled.
This Space is Reserved
for the
-���   a
SUHVKYOKS.        /
Accountants and General Agents,
Nelson and Rossland, West Kootenay,
British Columbia. >
which will be open about the
First of May.
r Gamble, J. P., M. Inst. C. E., M.Can. Pop.
C E , 1* (j- S. for B. C , (late Resident fcn-
"inecr Department of l'ublic Works in
Canada in _'. C..) Nelson, B. C.
i.. sen .1. O'Heili.t, A'soc. M. Inst.C. E., P. Ij.P.
:or B. C , Kossland, B. C. 3J1> tf
VjlHtii 7:��ipm
1~3K~~* invitoJ.
Ill    T   ~FFF*I, XV. 5f.      T. J. Ckaitame, Rcc -Sec.
\\   i.'. Bibkev, l'ln.-Seo.       It. S. Y""lI_so.v. Trens.
Tte^{ul��r mnotings are he'd in th<*
Oddfellows' Hall on the socoid ar.d
fourth Wi-dno-dajs of each month at
Visiting brethren cordially
�� O
Painter and
First Street East, Revelstoke Station
-k f i,I?, Paper Hanging, Hard Wood rinr-
i.    House Painting in all   Branches,
'���tirriage Palming. Olas-Ing, <-.('.
Gents'-Furnishing Department
A well assorted stock of Men's
Clothing made by the beet clothing houses in C. nada ^is now
open to impection by the public.
Our Suits are in all styles and
for fit and. cut look just as well
as cus*on~-made clothes at a
third of the rost.
Chas. E. Reid & Co.'s
Will appear In this _paee in our next issue.
The Grocery and Provision
Court Mt. Begbie,
I.O.F., No. 346,
Meets 111 the Oddfellows' hall on the
���_lid and 4th Frid-*.'!
of each month. Vi��ll-
mg brethren imitcd
to attend.
J. B. Si orr, C. K.
J. I.. S.MITH, R. ��*.
C.B. Hume & Co.
Kevelstoke Station, Revelstoke and
Trout Lake City, B.C.
The Fir st Party of Prospectors Leave for
"�� Peace River.
On Tnesd.iv a pmty of thiee p .- -
pectin, II. Knoi r. AliCjieuor and Fi *'~
Kreta, all tioin Deer Paik c.iinp .in ic
Inwer Anon L.ike left Kevelstoke j'o.
l'eue e ltivei b\- the Kevelstoke roi-..-
to the gold fields of the north. Thin tend to go by way ot Big Bend,Canoe*
Kiver. I'i riser River and at loss to the
P.u.stop and so (lotto to the head
wateis of-the Pent.e'.^-They_wilI-,pi expect along lhe unite* and cany 1400 1'
of piovisious. which they calcula'.
will 1.-st theni for half a year. Th* ���
transport consists of two dogs, aPeter-
lioiougli c.inoe and a light cedar low
boat. Ihey called iu at the HERAT-D
oflice on Satuiday and weie furnished
wit hall the information as to the* route
nt the disposal of the office. Their pio-
giess will be watched with considerable interest, as ,1 successful trip will
tlotibtless be the means of sliewir.
other piospcc tors Uie w-iy. The His*j
AljO does not believe that any formidable obstacles an* before them and
wishes theni hon voyage and lots of
gold. ^
The Coroner's Inque.it and Interment of
the Remains.
AijiiKKT Canyon. May 10.���L:-._
Tlmisduy the 5th inst.. a party of fo -.-
staited to biingin to the Canyon tl.-*
body of Thomas Henderson, who pr -
ished in the snow lust December. This
body" had been found about 2 days
previous to the party slaiting out. As
far as could be learned the body of the
missing man had lain alongside the
wagon road fiom the time he diss t>
pe*ared until very lately and had th 11
heen dragged from that place pie..~ i-
ably by beais. When found the I -c"y
was badly mutilated.*the upper p- t
of the hotly and left aim being miss lg.
The party consisting of Mpssir. Gillespie, Taylor." Herbert and Patterson returned here on Sunday evening with
the boely. A coroner's inquest was
held ye-teid.iy forenoon.- The jury
returned a verdict of death from an
unknown cause*. The funeral services
were concluded here pesterday a? -r
noon'iiy the Hev. J. A. Wood of Re*, ci-
stnke, tbe leniains afteiwards v. :e
convpyed to Kevelstoke for interment
this morning.
Manilla Still Holds Out-The Ei:'.:sh
Pacific Squadron   to   Protect   British
. interests���Capture of a Fishing
Smack Off Havana���The United
States Will Retain the Philippines-
Spain Selling the1 Monasteries to Raise
Special to the Herald.
Washington.   May  0.���A    further
and complete account of  Dewey's vic.-
toiy .it Manilla has -just been received.
It indicates  that  the  Sp.111i.11ds weie
epiite    unpiepared.   anel   weie   taken
completely by snrpiised.  It i.s believed
that the Spanish  ships did   not even
have ste*.uii up. anel   weie  completely
at the mercy of the  American battleships, whicli had come upon them so
suddenly and unexpectedly.     Dewey's
oideis   .eie to c-nptuie or destioy the
.Spanish fleet. Never weie instructions
executed in so complete a fashion.    At
the end of se.vcn  bonis theie was absolutely nothing  lelt ot   the Spinish
fleet but a few relics.    When it is considered that the  Spaniards  lost   ove*r
000 men in killed   and   wounded, and
that all   their ships, amounting to lt,
weie destroyed, and  that   their naval
aiser.al at Cavite  was  also^deslioyed
with  its detent es, it  will   become ,ip-
p.ilent'th.it the vietoiy of the Uniled
States comniodoie is one  of  the 1110 .,
complete and wondei ful achievements
111 I lie histoi y of 11a val   wai I'ai e.     Nol
a  man  011   lio.itd   tbe   United   States
fleet was killed.     Not a ship was diiui-
.iged     to    any" extent,   nnel   only   (5
Mounded slightly on bo.nd  the  Balti-
inoie.     The   Sp'.iniaids   longlit   with
tlespeiate   biaverv.     When the  commander of^ the   Don   Anlomo   Ulloa
found she was so lorn   by  the United
Slates shells  that    she   could   nut'be
kept afloat, he nailed her i olois to the
mast.     She sank with all hands fighting to the last.      Her   hull was com;
pletely  liddlt'il. and'her   uppe ��� dec k
had been swept  cle.in   by   the   nwtul
Hi ing of the* United States guns.    The
Spaniaiels, ,though   their   vessel   wa-*
siuking*   beneath''   them,    continued
wnrking lhe"gui]s"bii~~"Uie_low~ei 'decks
until slie'sankHiei/eathithe. wateis.      v
,,An ace unite iepoit. places the Spanish loss- at .Manilla at (SIS killed.
Ki~yWi:st.'M.iv 9 ��� M.itiiuzii*. tvas
boinbiiided on Saturday by,the U,nited
Slates wai ships. Sevei.il _K_>.irii.ti_!s
a.ie iepoi ted killed. "       '  _
Ha van \, May 9.���A t half past eight
o'clock on Satuiday iroming tw'o
United States cruisers, which were
pm suing a Spanish schooner Santiago
bound tiom Yucatan with salt lish.. p-
pione lied the "Vodado batteries, wh'i h
fired at them when about live miles '.'
the shoie. Si*" shots weie disc h.M ".*
at the ships. The local p.ipei.s say t" ���
one* ptoi'ec tile c.*.riied off the smo
stack ot one of the United States crt.'-
seis.which was in the 1 ear and another
pro.', tile fell upon the detk ot the
ofh'cv 'uiser. The Anieiieans leplied
uith 1 ,'elve shots, lint then ptoii'Ltiles
fell two miles olf the b.itleiies. The
cruisers then-ietrented uudei_full heatl
steam. One of tho shots from the battel ies fell on one of the United States
vessels, covei ing hei deck with watei
and it is asse-i-ted positively that a hole
was made in her hull below t lie i\ . .
line. Thelitoral of San Lazare Vai" i"n
was full of people watching the encounter through opera glasses and
applauding'the filing of theSp.111in.1ds.
Pout Au PitiNCK.May 8.��� The* Moni-
ureiinery.'a third rater, acting picket for
the Sampson, off Tatoi tm e at 5 o't lock
on Satin day evening.eng.iged a powei-
ful Spanish cruiser at long i.iiig.-. . A
tlnoiigll [he llritisli (~on*nl to .ice
Adiniial SeViiioiir i uuim.unlet in chiet
nl Ihe station foi lm thei-naval assistance and it is anticipated that additional vessels will be- sent, iheie 011
Wednesd ty. The Uritish Consul is
working in .1 tlitnoughlv h.u nioiiious
"Maimer with the Aiiieiic.in 'Commander, but it is fell 1l1.it 'he overwhelming Bntish c oiiiii'C'ie-ial inteiest? le-
quire supei vision bv a foice suflicient
to keep the Sp.ini.iids and natives in
01 dor.
Washington. May 10.���Fifty thousand legular noops are being sent to
Cuba with at my wagons, mules and
The Vatican piess ciigan says it. fe.us
nioiiastei ies .tie to be sold bv the government of Spain to i.ijso money.
Dewey wiies leconiinctiding that
the sm lender ol Manila be demanded
and provisional got ei ninent be established over the l'liillippiucs.
Cubans art; i.tising in aims all over
the island and i.singeieiy means to
join the Americans.        ^ _"
Washington. May 7.���The plans has
just consummated for the letention
ot the Philippines and the immediate
invasion of Cuba and the occupation
of Porto Kico.
Revolutionarv Chief GoiiiPjS s ivs
th it be will co-opeiate with Miles and
Hunger follows the levolutionisls.
lO.OU) died ol hunger in tht* last four
months, 40,000 Cubans aie willing to
Lisbon. May 10,���A Spanish fleet of
nine vessels passeel 21 miles -until of
this port at 1:30 p. m. Sunday.
Stands Off Three Spanish Gun
Capt. Slim t. of the si earner Kootenav, has been nsing the hydraulic
steeling apparatus since he took command, whicli does away with the labor
of turning the wheel by hand. The
boat is guidi'd with no mote elfort than
is requited to turn the lever on a
switch board. The apparatus has been
in place for more than a year, but was
never used until C-ipt. Shcut took
command.���Trail Creek News.
running fight followed, the Montgoni
cry diawing'the Spaniaids towards
Sampson's Heet. A score of shots w*- e
e\cha'~ ged, while in sight of her. Both
c 1 niseis iindei'iforccd di.aught heii'led
for the Cub in coast. The Spanish fleet
is supposed to be following the picket
and a general engagement seems imminent.
New York, May 9.���A special fiom
San Domingo signed by the ivtnld'**
was coriespoiideiit leports heavy c'a'n-
nonadi* _.�� ninth of Monte Chi iito, live
miles h 'ite. It is believed to be Ad-
mir il K .mpson's fleet engaging the
Cape Vet de Heet, as the filing is teui-
fic. It began at 9 o'clock yesterday
morning. Sampson's fleet and t he-
Spaniards were both due at Porto Rico
Key "WEST, May 10.���The Spnnish
fishing smack Santiago was captured
by the gunboat. "May-flower" otf Havana yestei day and In ought in by a
prize crew this afternoon. She was
hound from Yucatan for Havana with
a cat go of lish and had a t re w of ten
men. she was 1 minded up with one
blank shot.
Madrid, May 10.���A cable fiom tlu*
Captain Geneial of Potto Kieo.says
that he has information, that the
American fleet is apptoaihing.
Madrid. May 10.���Govei noi General
Marias of Poi to Rico rabies the government that a Spanish mei chant
.steamer was puisued by an Aiiieiican
Trans-Atlantic liner hut escaped with
the aid of a Spanish man-of-war.
LeiNDoN, May 10.���A despatch to the
Daily Mail fiom Hong Kong says that
u communication fiom Manila asseits
that the Spaniaids aie still auogant
nnd not likely to sum aider until the
city is blown to pieces.
The Hong Kong conespondent of
the Daily Chionicle says: The British
in Manila have loi warded a petition
The Terms of an Excellent Bargain made
by the Provincial Government. *
The Hon, J. H. Tuineiv-Pieiniei. >
De\k Sin,���Retelling to my e-'oti*-
nuuiicaliou to you of the ISlh mst. le
TeslinTiiiilway. Mv understanding nf
the ni.itleris.th.it on April 20lh the
tei iiik therein -et out were discussed
and amended tofmlhei meet the Government's di-ni.iiids'and that the pio-
position verbally ateppted by the Gov
eminent now-lands a- follows:
The railway to be a thiough nariow
gauge line fiom Teslin Lake to an
ot e.tu pint iu Hi itish Columbia.
The poi t. to be selee Led jointly by the
Pio\ incial and- Dominion "Governments. _    .
The railway to l;e divided into .two
sc*t tions. s ^
Tbe northern section from theStick-
���iiM' River tf) Teslin-_tjike.J- * - "*''-*--.   -���-
The southern.'seition fiom the Stickine to the ocean port.
"iVoilc lo be toiimieiicpd simultaneously 'on both sections at the Stickine
befoie June 1st. ne.\t.'   _ '
Noi thei n see rion to be finished hv
August 31st. 1S99.
Southern sPction to he finished within two and a half yeais alter selection
of ocean port.
Government to grant cash subsidy of
$4,000 per mile tor both sections.
Payable upon completion of each
sec tion. - ,.-
The railway to be assessed at, ��2,000
per mile when completed.
The Government to leceive 4 per
cent of the gross leceipts of the iail-
The l.iihv.iy company to have Lhe,
option of repaying at any time the
total subsidy.
We to immediately construct, for
the_!~m p0_.,.s cf thc-i.iilwaf. a. wagon
l oatl oi er the noithern section along
the located line of l.iilway.
The wagen load to be free to the
public for ti.uispoitatioii purposes dining the i mist nation of the i ail way.'
We to lake over and a-suine .ill expendituie in lespect of anysuch wagon
load ureler consii uction bv the Government at date of eontiact with u-.
Set-in ity for the due pel foi ma nee of
the wbofe woik to be gi\"*n to the
sati-tatt'ioii of the Lieutenant-Governor m council in the sum of -"To.lKXI
for each section foilhwith upon the
cxc( ut ion of tin  eontiact.
With lefeience to the nioilifie.itioii-
of the above tei ins suggested vei bally
by the Government today. 1 may sav
that I am willing to accede lo the following:
���1st. The subsidy to lit* Sl.000 per
mile fiom Teslin Like to an ocean poi I
in Bi itish Columbia, to be iioininated
bv the Lieutenant-Governor in Council
and the Goiei noi--Geuer.il in Council,
such subsidy no;, to exieed the aggie-
gatesuni of .s.l.G'JO.000.
2nd. The Lieutenant-Governor in
Ccrincil to have supei vision c��f the const l uction of the wagon road, al-o of
the railway rates, which two matter-
shall he mutually adjusted and agieed
upon before the execution eif the eontiact.
I beg to -ay that niy film are* prepaid! foi thwith, upon the granting lo
them of the said subsidy, to execute a
contract* upon the above tc-im-. so
modified, with piovisjon theiein for
the full and -ati-factory equipment
aticl opeiation of the iailway.
I beg ti loin.iin.
Yours faithfully.
Lewis Lukks.
For Mackenzie, Mann to Co.
A devolution  Threatening Boih'  Spain
and  Italy ��� No Further News'of the'.
Supposed  Great Fight in the Atlantic" -
���The Annexation   of   Hawaii by the
United   States ���, A   Sudden   Drop in
Wheat���The Defeated Spanish Officers iito be Court-martialled
Special to the Herald.   ���
Key  West, May 11.���The torpedo'
boat Winslow engaged  three Spanish  "
gunboats  oil'  Cardenas  Bay on" Mhu- *
day.    She di-.ibled one when all  tliiee
rt-'tie.iteil   to the bay.   The   torpedo"
bo it w.u, uninjured. " '   -1
London-.   May   il.���Bread ��� riots  at ���
Alicante, a seapoit in  Valencia con-    <
tin tied  all   night   Monday.    The  mob    "
wiecked the public  buildings, and de-
stroye'd the contents.   K o s in Naplef,"- '~,
Italy, continue and many were killed.
Thestie'et  cats were o vei turned  aud     ���
buildings weie wiecked.    All cheering   '
for'ievolntion. '     J1
*-    * c*
"- Washington. May 11.���The vote on ' :
the Hawaiian annexation  bill.' in con-.' ''.
gie'ss arid the senate will take place on-.-,
Tbuisrlay.     *    -_     ���       ' \\.\U .
- London.  =May -11.���The" .'Police 'of-\'
Italy have seize'd coi respondeuce show-  _*,
ing that   the revolution against "the''-
ci own had  been planned prematurely  *
by uumbers. \ * ' -
Key  "West, May 11.���OflfCii'dena's* '<
the Briti-h  trail.p steamer  Str.-ithdee' '
ai templed  to run the  blockade.   Shej
was jDurned h it-k. ;    '" -
London, ' May 11.���A temporary'"-
sliuup in Jniy Wheat from $1.25 to,ri
Sl-07. rising to $1.14 at the close. .   -
- Washington. May 11.���It is believed - ~J"'1
that theie will be no peace till the Span-1' ,' *
~__.li nayy is destioy eel and the United -;.'.,��
^States'uiust make up-its mind to go,'").;?-"
after the navy.���' Thc-alii listers '.of thei.'', j��
-""--.fweW in-Spnin'nie exchanging viows/^'jj
ii ith .va idea of'sav'ufg Spain from her- 'r. -
self. y -.--.'*,   b"~'1*     "! "'   'i
It is said in Spain that A'dniiral Mon- "' '.**
tijioandhisst-itf will be court-martialled ' ,",/
for his iinpjtidoiiable defeat. - ��� >. \
- Rome. May 11.""���Rebels'are besBiging, " -��
Milan. Two lioteis were at rested in a' ' \)
mon.-istei y yestei day. Tbey filed upon""- J,r?
some soldici-s as they were passing and " ' '"'
the soldiei-s In ought field guns to he.U'j
and made a breach in the walls. The-,
monks iiei>* all _.uiesteil. The Calho-'/.! __,.
lie press has all been confiscated.' A", *r'
state of seige isproclaimed in Livoutne >, ','--
Pisa.' Linen. M.issa. Gios-selo and7,.";
Spezzia. At Lugeno all the workmen - ,_,
in the* e-ilv struck woik and demanded " .*>;
a republic and an immediate reduction \ , ,J
in the pi-ice of biead. They broke - V
open the prison and the public houses.'" T�� ."
A Promising Industry Started on the Big r
Bend Trail.
A pleasant walk on a Sunday after-
; -ion takes one out along the Big Bends
_il as far as Geoige Lafonne's farm,'
. hicli   is  now  occupied  by J. Maley.
and is lapidly being  converted into  ar
!ii-st-t-lass market garden.    Mr. Maley    >'
imes   from   a family of   floi ist-s and   .
nit gtoii ers in the celebrated inaiket'
gaideniiigdistrie-t of Kent near London
iind has also had considerable experi-"
ence   in   the, business   in  Canada  at
Montreal.    He has aheady got a great'
deal of the gioiind-around  the house ���
under spade cultivation  and  is going
to laise ve*gel.ililes of all kinds, for the. '
Revelstoke   market  and . also flower"
plants.   l-~verythiitg,Js. (if course,  in
an e.u ly stage* at   present. l��nt_ the ap-"
pe.u.nice of the'young plants "s""very
piomisiug    and " when   the_ pansies.
slock-,  petunias, sweet Williams and
nil lhe oilier ililfeieiit kinds of flowers
ate in blossom the   place will  make a_"
magnificent showing of color.   There"
i- a luge bed of strawberry plants and
Mr.-Maley will  have any quantity of
these delit ions hei ries" for sale later on...
The. gioiiiid   is    iirigitcd   by  water
brought down from the spiiugs which '
pour out abundance of water from the
roo'    of   the   hill   behind   the   house.
Under Mr.  Maley's  capable management tln*re is no doubt th.it here aie
Hie   beginnings   of   a, promising and
lucrative  business.    According to his_
iidgnient the soil and climate here aie*
exceeding favorable .for horticulture,
with proper cue and attention.
i Fire  Brigade.
At the meeting of the fire hi igade
held on Monday night, the follow ing
new nieiniieis weie nominated: Jas.
McLean, F. L. Lemon. A. Fallis. A.
Mc Rae,R.BuIlock and J.Edwaids. The
following list of ofliiers for the coming
year was ptoposed: A. Mc-Rae, chief:
R. Bullock, vite chief: J. McLp.m,chief.
engineer: J. Shaw, captain of hose: W.
G. Pa-ton. seciet.-iiy-tieasurer. The
meeting adjoin ned till Fi id.iy at the
same tune mil place when the above
ticket will be voted on and a statement ot the affaiis of the brigade laid
befoie the meet ing.
The Beattie Group. ���
Situated within half an hour's walk
of Ti out LakeOitv.is the Beattie gioup"
of claims,   owned     by   Me<sis.   Nix,^
Vei-schoyle and Hamilton.    This prop-'
ertv is�� leioking  very well.    A piospett "
shrift some 10 feet "deep ha�� been sunk~
and   has   lesulted   in   showing   up   a
prettv fair grade of ore.    Assays re-"
eeivecl from  samples  taken  from the _
Beattie claim,  last summer,  gave 76'
(Minces  silver. S47 in  gold, and  84 per
cent. lead.    It  has a strong and  well
defined lead which can  be traced for a
tonsidei.ible distance,  and    it   is'ex-~
pet ted   that development   operations
this -iiminei will i'*siilt in a good bond*
being secured on the propel ty.���Trout--"
L-.'-e Toplc.-
I Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interests of  Revelstolee, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lake  lllecillewnoc, Albert Canyon, .lordau  I'osa and Eagle Pass Distill ts.  A. JOHNSON Proprlelo".  Q. E. OROQAN Editor.  A Scml-Wcokly Journal, published In tlio  iulere.u of RevelBtoke and the uurroundlni.  dl������trict, ~~~ednea1a)-������ ond riaturdajH, making  ;loee_t connections w ith all trains.  ��������� Advertising Kates : Display ads, SI SO per  column Inch. $2.00 per inch wheiiinsortidon title  page. Legal ads. 12c P-r (nonpareil) line for  rtrst insertion; tic for each additional insertion.  i.__din_r notices, I_c per Hue each issue. Birth,  jamaKe and Death notices, frco.  Subscription Italcs: By mail or carrier S2 00  per annum; "p.". for sis months, strictly in  advance, '  our Job Department: _iik HMijU-n Joh  Department is on������ of tho best equipped  pri-Uug orhecs iu Wcbc Kootenay, and i-i pro*  pared to execute nil kinds of priulinn iu llrst  class Btyle at honest prices Ono piice to all.  No job too lame���������none too Binall���������forus. "Unil  orders promptly uttended to. Give us a triul  on your next oidcr.  To Correspondent-: Wc mi correspondence on any subject of interest *.o the general  public,'and deairo a reliabl' regular correspondent in every local)1 surrounding  Kevelstoke. In all cases thu bona ilde name  of the writor must accompany manuscript, but  not nec_j>sa*-ily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke, 3. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  WAR AND CA TTLE  The Chicago Drovers .Journal  thinks tho American live stock  and meat trade ought not to be  affected to any appreciable extonc  by the war. The conversion of  the big American liners into naval  vessels takes uivay the capacity  for carrying the equivalent of  about 1000 cattle pur week in refrigerate ~>. There are no American bout -rying livo cuttle, and  outsuio   i 1    meat    carrying  to    the    war  Iference at all.  ���������~ or less talk  ���������ice   rates.  ' ".porters  THE FRANCHISE AGONY  -i  capacity   i  should   ma.  There has  l.  about incroftb-  but Chicago liv  say they  have tn.  get insurance any  the present timo.   .  will     continue   to   g  United States   princi,  the British Hag.  bio to  at  ock  the  tnder  THE BILL GETS THROUGH THE  COMMITTEE  But in a Mutilated Condition ��������� The  Effacement of McMullen and Charlton��������� Tarte's Antidote for Lying-  Colonel Comville's $300  sioner Borden asked why he told a  clil-crt'iiL story lo Parliament. Mr.  Tarte's explanation wus characteristic.  He said: "It was ut the enel ot the  session. If I had told the Ilouse Hint  Mr. Greenshield- gave his own cheque  the Tory press would have lied about  me." Mr. Tarte has not. yet applied  foi a patent tor his anti-lying device.  4  FR ANKBA RNABD  Brick an_Stone Mason  lltS  1.-A.11 correspondence must bo lcRibly  written on one side of tho papor only. -  1. Correspondence containing., personal  .ratter must bo siitned with 1 i.s :pr per name  of the writer. ' .-���������    '     -' .  3. I'orrespondcnce with reforonco to any  thin); that has appeared lu another ,>-paper  rmiBt first bo ofTercn for publication .to that  paper before it can appear in The Hekald.  WEDNESDAY.     MAV    11.  181IS.  TIIE WAR  One of the unsatisfactory  features of the campaign is the  difficulty of securing . definite  news of the light in Asiatic  waters. While Washington has  heard absolutely nothing officially  it seems probable that Admiral  Dewey has had everything his  own way in the Philippines and  that after subduing the Spanish  lleet with his superior forces he  has taken possession of the islands  in the name of the United-States.  Thi", however, remains to be  confirmed.  While the battle of Manila has  been a comparatively easy victory  it is not to be inferred that the  Americans will so easily sweep  everything before them on the  other side of the world. Not'only  is the Spanish Atlantic squadron  vastly superior to the Asiatic  fleet both in number, strength and  armament, but Cuba"' is solidly  guarded by laud forces and forts  and has a still more formidable  repelling element against invasion  in the yellow fever which is fatal  to new comers. Spain, hts a  military force iu Cuba nearly three  times as large as the .��������� whole  standing army of the United  States. General Blanco has fully  80,000 troops massed ' around  Havana, and while it may be  admitted that the Spanish soldier  is inferior to the American in  arms, training and - fighting  qualities he has the advantage of  being acclimatized and not subject  to being carried off by the fever.  The game of the Spanish is evidently to draw out the Americans  and allow them to land iu Cuba.  They know the effects of the  deadly climate and aie evidently  determined to call it to their aid.  This is .why the Spanish lleet  ���������reniaiued-so-long-at-Gape-Verde  and is still lying low.  CHEAP NURSES  The Cunndian   Lancet and   the  Montreal   Medical Journal    have  been paying their respects to Lsuly  Aberdeen's   new order of  nurses.  The Lancet objects to the unfair  competition   with    the     regular  trained nurses    who have   spent  their time and brains iu obtaining  a profession by nmaus of which to  make an honest  living and   who  are entitled to some consideration.  .  The Victorian  nurses have been  established in Toronto, where'it.is  advertised that their services-may  belhired at from 5 ceu'ts to 50 cents  a "visit.   The 'Montreal    Medical  J.burnal    denounces ,  the    whole  'scheme in uo'uncertain language.  As to the sending of nurses to the  cold fields it points out that there  is both a   moral and   professional  reason    against  it,     The   whole  trouble seems to be that the progenitors of the scheme have been  very ill-advised and though ��������� Lady  Aberdeen's   efforts aro   evidently  well meant, public opinion does not  "catch on."    As a matter of fact,  except  in    isolated    settlements,  there    is    usually    no    lack ' of  deserving     women���������widows    and  others���������who    are    unassumingly  doing   untold 'good   in    tho  sick  room   and   to  whom   the   opportunity of going out nursing is a  welcome aid to making a livelihood  for themselves and their families.  Tho  war  is costing Uncle Sam  $25,000,000 a month.  Ouly    one    Congressman  enlisted lor tbe war.     The  fight best with their mouths.  has  rest  Since the war began they are  eating smaller loaves aud drinking  "smaller glasses., of beer in the  States. So the burden falls on the  just as well as on the other chap.  Fault was found with the late  Government tor delaying the fast  Atlantic service. Now the Laurier  government proposes to give  Peterson & Co. until the end of the  century before the contract is  even commenced.  A very useful publication is  being issued monthly by the  Incorporated Loudou Chamber of  Mines. It is crowded with  statistical information relating to  Australian and Canadiau mines  and mining companies.  WHAT A DIFFERENCE  S-- When  the   Senate   sat  on   the  bold attempt to carry through the  Drummond County railway deal  the government promptly made  other arrangements. When the  Upper House dealt likewise with  the Mann-Mackenzie proposition  the Ministers dropped ic like a hot  potato. The public are naturally  wondering why such lavoritism  was shewn. If tlie government's  ca~e was sound, the Yukon  railway had a do/.en claims on its  immediate attention for every one  possessed by the other scheme.  In the one case Canadians were  alleged to be losing trade and the  only salvation was a railway  through our own country and  that immediately. In the other  case no particular persons or  interests were urgently suffering,  unless it was that the friends of  Mr. Tarte who wanted to sell the  Drummond railway were hard up.  . Why then were Mr. Tarte's  friends so considerately dealt with  while Mann and Mackenzie���������who  had already spent a lot of money  ���������are left to the* consolation of  their unpaid bills?. Can it be that  the latter gentlemen are not yet  "on to" the ways of this "business  is business" ^government? Public  curiosity on this little point is  sufficiently aroused to call for an  explanation.  Iu tho eyes of the Laurier government, Jiho Auditor General ha=  become an"'t)fi'ensive~"parti'/:ah"rand"  Sir Loftis 'Davies openly says so.  Luckily for the oilicial, long  experience has shown the, public  that the severity*of the attacks  upon him is generally proportionate- to the size of , the job he  exposes. The government just  now is very severe.��������� Montreal  Gazette.  Oceau freights are advancing.  The war is causing  geography.  people to study  The Spanish note to the powers  has been protested for non-  acceptance.  Owners ot live stcck ought not to be  in any rush to marxe.. unripe stock on  account of war. Make the stock good.  It will pay.���������Drover's Journal.  Ottawa,   May    2.���������The    franchise  agony is approaching   an   enel.     The  whole of lust week and   nearly   all of  the week before except, private   member's time was spent by  the House in  committee, on   the   measure'.      It was  late lust Friday afternoon when chairman Uiodeur "reported  the  amended  bill to the   Speaker.     It   was indeed  verv much amended.   The   most intimate friend of   Mr.   Filzputriek's  bill  would now have   dilliculty   in   lecog-  nizingthe shattered and   battered   remains of what was   once a promising  bill.   Searching examination  revealed  astonishing disciepuncies   and   eccentricities   which   the    committee    has  struggled to  remove.     The  measure  was introduced as a simple and easy  device for for the transfer to  the provinces of the whole responsibility for  the Dominion tranchisc.    Yet. before  the   bill   was   reported   the Solicitor  General in chai-ge'of it   had   incorporated a clause preventing the provinces  irom disfranchising federal employees,  another to   prevent   the  adoption   of  lists which the provinces might adopt  on the eve of  it  federal election.     A  third making an arrangement of polling places different from   that   established by provincial   law,   while   still  another is   promised   to   provide   for  printing the lists  at   Ottawa.   -Then  aro all departures from the provineise  idea anel it is   claimed   by   oppositioal  mem hers that the new system will not  save the country a   cent  ot   exponsp.  The onlv change is that a part of the  cost is transferred from the Dominion  treasury to the municipality.  DISPUTE!"   TOI'ICS.  A long and earnest discussion took  place over the opposition amendment  to provide an appeal i'roin the revisor  lo a judge. The argument against a  partisan revision was strong .indwell  presented, but the members who made  it were voted down. Another interesting debate arose over the question  whether the juoposud act is constitutional. Mr. llaggart takes .the  ground that while tho parliament of  Canada has the power Lo" adopt the  provincial franchise of-any piiiticul.ir  particular time, it cannot 'delegate to  another body the power to change the  federal franchise ar, its own will. Mr.  Powell iind Mr. Borden also have  doubts on Lheconstitulion.il question,  -but the Solicitor General seems lobe  satisfied Lha fhe is safe. The government got some comfort ouL of a speech  of Sir. Belcourt. who lead a clause of  the proposed constitution of the Australian federation.'assigning the control of Lbe federal fianchise to the  local legislatures. This comfort w.is  afterwards rtidelv taken awiiy by Sir  Charles Ililibert Tupper, who showed  that Jlr. Belcourt was reading from  lbe constitution proposed, in ISO I.  The subsequent conventions'in ISO"  and 1S03 changed all LhaL and trans-  lerred Lbe federal franchise to federal  control, wliere; all other federations  place it. As icmaikcd above,' t.he  franchise bill emerged from committee  with almost every clause altered. ' IL  nnisb now be printed, so that when  the bill comes up for a third rea'cling.  the members may. as a distinguished"  congressman would say, know where  they are at.  A   ~t~-"I~Or..1IEH SNl"I~I"~~l~   OUT  Thiee other public bills of some  general inteiest were before the House  of Commons during the week. A  public bill in the hands of a private  member has a slim chance at tbe best,  and one which tends towards Lhe reduction of public expenditure and  government patronage fares worst ot  all. So when Jlr. McMullen. once a  great man with the Liberal leaders,  proposed to have supervisors appoint-  i*d to inv_sti-Hte the ptiblje offices and  _o cause the "dismissal of all superfluous oflicers and clerks in the customs  post oflice nnd excise service, he made  no head wav worth mentioning. Sir  Wilfrid told" him that he meant well  hut that really the project could not  be adopted just now. Mr. Pateirson.  the Minister ol Custom-, added insult,  to injur}- l.y.tellhig Mr. McMullen that  the re-p'onsibiiity of a-Minister's position had the i-ITecr. of expanding his  ideas. This explained Mr. Paterson's  de.-ertion of his olel friend, hut it was  -no comfort to a private member who  thinks that ho had a better- righL than  ���������Mr. Piter-son to be a minister and so  have his ideas cxpande el.  rOOIt C1IARLTON  Butif Mr. McMullen complains of  the ministers who buried his bill, Jlr.  Charlton is in red hot wrath ovr r thn  fate of his amendment* to the criminal code, containing certain provisions against seduction anel abduction. Mr. Charlton got his bill ready  for the second reading. When it came  np for discussion no one spoke foi or  against ir, anel when Mr. Charlton  rose to denmr.d a  vote  he   could  not.  ( himney building  promptly attended  when culled for.  a   specialty.     Contracts  to.      Material   furnished  All   work   guaranteed.  First Street, Revelstoke Station.  C. P. R. land sales in Winnipeg during April amounted to _j>l-IO,-_7_.  A destructive cyclone wrecked several towns in lown on Sunday.  Miss Eyu Booth und a party of Salvationists are en route to Klondike.  Five thousand immigrants were received at the Winnipeg sheds .during  April.  T. A. Brydes, a Hamilton Klondiker,  has returned from the gold fields  poorer by !~(I00.  The Presbyterian Synod in Liverpool has dismi-sed the charges of  heresy against IanMaclaren (Kev, .1 no.  Watson).  The French paper in' .Edmonton  started issuing a daily sheet of war  bulletins but discontinued it for lack  of support.  The Imperial Bank has bought the  building and lot in which its Edmonton blanch is located. Price about  $10,000.  The Broadway Methodist Tabernacle  Toronto, is likely to be sold under a  "mortgage held by au English company for $75,000*  The war has started an epidemic of  small dailies. The latest outbreaks  are the. Kaslo Morning -News, tbe  Kaslo Evening Kootenaian and the  Nelson Daily Miner.  If Spain possesses anything in the  line of a'solar plexus she would do well  to keep it out of the reach of Gen.  Fitz Simons of. the Illinois National  Guard. -'    ',  THE JVUjNLNG  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  EXftHJ_J_<3E  If   you   want  employment, or  ' __      looking for a house to ront when  "    " you reach Vancouver apply to  The Vancouver 'Employment  and  House  Renting Agency  331,    Hastings    Street.    WcbI.  The City Scavenger   JI. WRIGHT  1 ' o  Is proparod 'to do all kinds of scavenging  round town, All order-left at Tin: liinui.u  olllco' and XV. H. Pease *fc Ciunjmi.y's storo  piomntly attended lo. Yards, lanes und  priviun cleaned.  ROBERT   FLEJVMM  la  prepared to do all kinds of  Ligftt Transferring  and  Carting    .    .  Will moot ull trains.   The delivery of parcels  and from trains ar.d to and from auy part of  town will receive special attention.  Telephone your orders.to W.M  Iiiwronco  and they "will be,promptly attended to.  --i-L ROBERT FLEJAIJIfi  Best $1.00 a day house in town.    White labor only.  The bar is supplied with the best brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  LUtND & DUFJIULT. Proprietors,      cJ. V. PERK.S, .Mgr.  F. JWeOHRTY-  ufiSS. .  M  War reports from "Washington are  enough to make a man ill. but the lack  of despatches from the Philippines  make a .Manila.  There was a warm discussiou in  the B. C. legislature a. few days'  ago on a proposal to aboli.-h the  position of Agent General in  London, now filled bv the Hon.  Forbes G. Vernon. Mr. Macpherson  charged that the office was "conducted as a harem," an imputation  which was wrathfully resented by  Premier Turner. Dr. Walkem  aI=o defended the AgentGpner.il  and was going on to say, "had I  heard that his oflice wa= conducted  in   such   a  manner "   when   a  member interrupted with the  remark "you would have stopped  right there." There are some nice  people in B. C.  As there seems to be some difficulty  in getting a, man to act. as Lieutenant-  Governor of this great and glorious  country, how ivculd it. lie to advertise  anel let tlie job to the lowest tendcrei"'  The Kegina Lender is busil v engage d  searching for Hows in Lhe administration oil he last. Conservative government. How would il do lo drop  ancient histoiy and help tu p,ile;li up  some of the (laws in lhe present  regime?  Corporal McNnir, of the N. W.M.P..  killed himself with a revolver at  Wardner, B.C.*, last week while in a  state of delirium caused by typhoid.  Corporal McNatr was one of the  famous ."Jubilee contingent and a fine  fellow geneially and his death will be  heard with universal regret.  Lieut, 11.D.' \Vise\of the United  States Army, was the first "American-  to make a iiight through the air by  the aid of kites. In an "article he has  written for the Youth's Companion of  Lhe ivoek of ��������� May 5th he tells  the story of tho evolution of ..the  kite from a toy to a scientific' instrument, and explains some of the uses to  which it can be.put'" in modern" warfare.    '    -        ' '  * ...  Montana 'stockmen are' troubled  more from the devastations of .volves  than from all other sources combined.'  Their losses are enormous every.year,  notwithstanding the fact that a bounty  of 1.3 per head exists, which, in ,111'Uiy-  cases is . increased .to -S$o ��������� by? priVate  contribution;"-': The- mnn "who. can  'invent "some-' means of destroying  these thieves of the-plains will make  a lot-tune. ! They, are too sly to be  trapped,,too sagacious Lo cat, poison  and too cunning to be shot, so the  cattlemen have about despaired ot  exterminating them. "  IMPERIAL B^NK  --���������OF CANADA  H-sad Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve     ...    -   1,200,000  Directors:  -II. S. Howland, President  T.R.Merntt,Vice Pres., (St.Oatharint's)  William Ramsay, Robert Jaffra'y.y  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner,  Elias Rogers.  D. R, Wilkie. General Manager. (   .���������.=���������^-BranolieSi^-- _= -.-.- -.  North "West and British Columbia  Brandon     (Portage la V-ucouvei  Calgary    - j Prairie Winnipeg  Edmonton |Prince-Alhert  Revelstoke  South Edmonton.        '   ���������  ONTARIO.      .  Essex Niagara Falls   ISt. Ihomae  Fergus        Port Colborne .Toronto  Gait Rat Portage      jWelland  Ingersoll   ,.Sault St. Mariei Woodstock  ,St, Catharines |  -Montreal, Quebec.  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 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-- Provfncial, Municipal,  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in. Camilla, Uuited  rose-ii iit-ii'"i.i. *���������   ������������������������������-  ���������"-   t.......  ...... ame at all p0,nt������ m.-lanjieia, uuitea  get   the   rp.iiured   four   members   to   Kingdom.    United    States,    Europe,  ... ������������������ .1   .--��������� ���������.1.1.  I.;.., Vrtfr    _-.������,_.     j.I     tl.jr,      .      *,- .-..   - - ....       ������.*  Chicago Di over's Journal: To say  th-it our relation* with Spain ar"  "sti.'fined"' is not putting tli'- case half j  strong enough. They bav.* lenlly  .���������(���������iclicd the liner point of hygienic  filtration.  ii  A Griui'-l'v (Out.) paper repoit-  increase of STl lamb.-.-fiom !.">(-..' -.  more extraordinuiy ca*-<* of i ui'-d in  Alberta some vats ���������.-������������������i.o. wn'-r. : n  industrious i.uicbei (?) i-oiii.ut tl up  eleven calves as one yeai's increase  his team of woik oxen.  A  of  stand up with hiin. Xot one of tbe  ministers ro*-e to his feet, and Speaker  Edgar, whom jMr. Charlton once described as an "unscrupulous machine  politician" appeared to enjoy the duty  of telling Mr. Charlton that the  motion w.is lost and th-itthe author of  it, had no right to say another woiel  on the subject.  .1!!!. TARTE'S CO""!~.~-SIC.������~  Mr. Tarte has created a new astonishment. Last year in parliament he  gave what he represented to bo a full  explanation ofu the. purchase of La  Patrie newspaper, the Montreal organ  of fhe government, whicli is now the  piopeilvof Mr. Tarte's sens. ft bad  been e'liargccl that Mr. (1 reenshield'-,  the man from whom the government  bought the Diummond Counties railway.-.L a huge ptofit to Mr. fiiccn-  shi'-lds. had piirchn-ed the paper for  -Lhe Tarte family. The ."-ImMcr indignantly deni'-d lliecli'd'ge -Hid in tonne d  th" Hon.se (bat, Sir. Otccn'-hields had  | a rliripi'* in Iii-*h.-'id*< not, of hi-, oivi  1 rnoru-v but of the tinui'-y of llu* Lib-  ; ei.il p.nlv ������������������Then* is no si met .-ibnnt  ! i������.".!'lili d Mi. Tarte. "ih-il, was Die  ' c-hi'(|iif thai Mr. Crceii'hield- .gave."  1 Hut la-1 -.veel: lie snou* tlitl Mr.  (;_epri������-lii������"ld-. so f.n- as I.e kn'-w, had  1 no r-hcipi" for party monev in bis  hards, .mil that tbe rhripi" uriven foi  La I'.-ttii" w.i-s Mr. Oii-.'ii-bields' iron  lent lo Mr. Tarte and repaid the next  d.-iv bv  Mr.  Tarte   himself.    Couimis-  India,   China,  Japan,  Australia, New  Zealand, "tc  Gold  Purchasf-d ,  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted for at any of  the Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts in the  Yukon ank northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN,  Manager Revelstoke Bpar.uh  -  PATEWTS  PROMPTLY SECURED!  G~ST RICH aniCKLY. Writo (o-d.iy for1 '  onr Intuit.fill illiMtrnl. d-I^iokon I'-tcnUnnit  tin: (.fcintitin^ dlory of n poor Inventor who  nude S.'.VtOoO.Wt. fiend ns a rough skotch.  or model of jour invi'-ntion nnd wo v/lll  promptly ti-II > nit FREE if it ia new and  proh-ihly p.i'r-ut iblr*.  Mo humbng. Honest Sorvieo. Special! y:  Ton;. 5; caaos rci. .led in other hand i anil  forti.."! I'liiUcili.ins. Rofcrcnces: Ilonor-  t.lile T. l-irilila init*. prop, of "__a Prc-io."  Mono-.hie I). A. Ko'h, iiii Jcadins: no-.Vi-  piper*. I~.iii~.h, l-MirensContTJiinies -__cli.nt__  in any loc.ihtj. .'II l'iiiiiiUn.i'iir,:d through  onr agency i-1 o hi oucliL l> _i'o t olho publio by  s Fpru.il tint if o in over H'-O nownpuppra.  MAHION (t "-A-IION, Patent Exports,  Temple ninliliiij.-.lR.'iSt. Jamt-s.St..Montreal,  'lho only.linn of GraduateEnRinoorBIn  the Pomttiion truiistiethitc pntcnt --Sines*  exclusively,   Mention this paper.  The Vernbn Soda  Water Works . .  J. O'BRIEN, 'PROPRIETOR  Ma-Ufaetu1 er of Soda Water. 3inftcr  jVie, Saruapi-illa and till Soft Drinks.  A full supply kept in "took at Me- **  Carty'e Cold SiortiKO, whero orders  ,do1 - -" *"  .Wholesale an(l-Itctail Dealer in. .r   ''PftiM beef; pork,  .MOTTOJi JU-D SeTllDSJKSE  can 1  .left.  aM-sw-tf   /  '   JAS.   McMAHON      .'  General  Blacksmith  .   AND WOOD -WORKER.  lush   and   Game   in"   Season. V*.   Markets   at   .Revelstoke,  Kevelstoke Station, ISaknsp, Tront Lake City, and Ferguson.  flerchant's Hotel  HlecHlewaet, B. C.  I        First-class in every respect.    Good (iceommotlatiou.   Best  '  *   Wines, Liquors and Cigars at tho Bar.  J       W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  ' Wagons, heavy and light, built, to ordor or  repaired    Horseahobing a specialty.   , ������������������:/  Shop "on DougliB Street,, EaBt, Ksvelatokc.  S. McMahon, "Manager. " . .      '.  Shop' on First Street, iust vest of Union  llotel, ltevalstoko Station. Jhr McMahon,  Manager.       - ��������� ���������        - aU-lf  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material . (  and Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call and see us. AVe can fix ydu '  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Kevelstoke Station. B, C.  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist; Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  -     . -  *   f22-tf   RFVFISTQKF  ;l| _rrw_~r-i'V ��������� a _���������-  Black-mi-hine-' Jobbing:  Plumbing.   Pipe Fitting  Tinsmithiiier  Sheet Iron Work      ���������  Machinery Repaired  Miniqg Work a Specialty.  ROBT. GORDON  RevelBtoho Stn.  Itevelstoke  Hospital  Maternity Hoom in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on    hand.  Dr3.  McKechnie   and   Jeffs, Attendants  Wood! Wood!  Guaranteed Full  ���������  Cord Mea9ur~!.'  The nndersi-tiiecl has a large 6iipply  of Hc'inleicik, Sprue.e, i; Ifir and Pine  W'ontl for sale. Any person reeitiiriiig  wooel will icindly leave their orders  with Mr. \V. M. Lawrence*. Reqelsloke  .Station, or with II. N. Coursier,  I'Vont Street, Kevelstoke. ' ,  17nlf FRANK JULIAN.  L.   JI.   FRETZ  .. Contractor and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imporlnl Bank.  Workmanship Ounranteed  ���������������������������������Terms Oash  Sam Needham  Clothes *&J3L  In Oond Style at Lowest Prieea.  The   largest hotel   in  town.        Centrally    located  Choice   Wipes,' Liquors "and;j Cigars  Best    accommodation."'       Rates    $1     por  - day  BrpwnJ& Pool, Proprietors'  . REVELSTOKE  SiocKholrrj House  Large light bed' rooms.   ' Rates  Tnble furnished' with  the choicest the market  nlTords.- Best Wines  Liquors and Cigars  $1.00 a day. Monthly race. " '  J, -ALBERT STONE, Proprietor. '  DouoIj,\s Street ���������' Rrvblstokk  _<i__l_.-D$m__  Lip ID BER  DpOPS    ;,  .  .Sash ���������  Turnings, J;..'  .Mouldings  TRY THE NEW/YARD  Arrowhead Saw &:Plaiiing Mills  Revelstoke Agents:   t������i_|Pf.Y &,WRIGHT.  THE PIONEER tlVERY---���������^  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake District  Saddle    and     Pack  "   always for hire.  Horses  Freighting  ���������'���������', specialty:  and   Teviming   a  ��������� :���������: -K, ' *.---   ..  Daily./iStage leaves Thomson's Landing .evtu-y-morning-at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.  'For piirtfcjiiTitl's-ivi-ire "  ''     '.",.  ' CRAIG .tv HILLMAN,'Thomson's Laxdinc".  THE  _ i  LAST  CHANCE  To" secure one of-those desirable lots  CHEAP.-on the C. &K.~Steam Navi-  'gation Company's site.     ;  Dont wait-till the boom hits the-  town in tlie ' spring like a cyclone,,  but BUY NOW.  HAIG & CRAGE  ...   Sole Agents,'  C. B. jWacle^n  ARCHITECT.  arid BUILDER  Kstlmntes furnished. Plans nnd specifications mado. Am also prepared to do  shop and .io") work en the _hortent  notice. Satlsfoctlon guaranteed ia  ,   every case.   Oall or write for tcrnio.  Main Street'  Revelstoke  W. <3L BIRNEY  PJl INTER and  DEC0RJ1T0R.  First Street Fast, Revelstoke Station  Graining, Paper Hanging,  Hard Wood Finishing, House  Painting ' in all Branches,*  Carriage Painting, Glazing, Etc.  If You .Have a  .Mine to Sell  or wish a company formed, or  want to liiiy a mine or shares  in any mine, want to invest in  Spokane* real estate or wish to  111:1k- a borrow,write at onceto  c_.J_.ME3-  L.   FORD   &' CO  Mine Brokers.     Mining Stocks  No. 9 .Mill St., hetween Riverside and  Sprague, Spokane, Wash.  ^Pionqep  Stores  *" "   |l ,       ���������   r  .of'. Fepgvgon  and Ten. Mile  Cummins & Co.  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners' Supplies,-. Hardware,  Grbceries,'Dry Goods,  Everything to'lie  found in ft general store.  foet Oflice in connection. '  At our TEN-MIIjE BltAJfOH Ftoro  ���������    Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  and all Miners' and Prospectors'Supplies ore  - ���������       > kept on hand  Be Sure and register at the  BJ1UM0RJIL- JIOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  The table is _rovieled with the best  the market alToids.     Rates from $2  to $3 per day.  CUMMINGS-BROS.,  ���������  Proprietors.  .'i  ife ���������\  K li 111  No  Official   News   Received   at  Washington  Dewey Said ,to be Governing* at  Manila  A Secret Society Formed in the  Spanish Army  h  -London, May 3.���������A despatch to the  Daily Midi from Key West, sent by  way of Tampa in order tu escape censorship, asserts that the. sender lias  positive knowledge that .Commodore  Sampson's fleet is steaming full speed  to Porto .Rico cither to destroy or  occupy that coaling station as a naval  base before ' the' .Spanish squadron  arrives, then pur, to sea and try to engage the Cape-Verde lleet..  ���������SPAIN'S DOMESTIC VrROUHI.ES  London, May 5.���������The Madrid correspondent of the Morning Post says  the Government is aware that ifc cannot rely __p"bn the army. It is an open  secret that a society.has been formed  within its rai'ks to put .in end to' the  humiliations Spain has sulTered at the  hands of incompetent ministers.  Judging bv what .one hears very  terrible things may shortly happen.   "  "      XO'SEWS FROM DE1VEY  Ho_~a Kong, May 4.��������� Tne cable to  Manila .is" still interrupted' and no  oilicial despatch has yet been received  from.Admiral Dewey.  New York. May 4.���������A Herald  special  despatch from olf   Cuba says  . Deep draught and shallow water "on  one side and a disposition for flight on  the other prevented the torpedo boat  Porter from - destroying three gun  boats of the enemy. Scouting along  the const on atrovi'ng commission, the  Porter curried her investigations to La  Boca*, a small p ort neai- -Sagua La  Grande in Sauta Clara province,  and  -em the north coast of Cuba. The' bay  is'do'tted with small islmds. and as  the Porter "came in there yesterday  afternoon h.r eoiiuiiander.Lieut. John  C. Fremont, discovered two small gunboats aud an armed' steam" launch  patrollinc in the -b-iy. -The Porter  made a clash at her foes the moment  they;were.discovered. The- Spanish  boats promptly fled and Lieutenant.  Fiemont, greatly to his disgust, found  that the water was too shallow for  him to follow at the speed ot the  fugitives. The Porter can go 30 Knots  knots an hour, but as soon as he had  iung."full steam ahead," he felt bump,  bump, bump,-as the vessel's stern set-  tlecl in the water from the increase in  the impetus of her powerful engines,  hot wishing to jeopardize his vessel for  so small game, the engines were sloiv-  ed and the crews of the rapid firing  guns.weresent to quarters and shot  afler shot sent after the flying Spaniards. The distance was too great and  ir is -not known whether any of the  gunboats were hit. or not.   They were  'roo busily engaged in getting away to  return the fire,  -"- Washington, -May 6.���������Thpre-is si ill,  no hews from Admiral Dewey at  Manila. It is feared'that the United  States fleet may be bottled in -the  harbor. .,    ���������   ..  .Neiva is expected today from Admiral Samson's f-qiuulrou in Atlantic  waters. "  Spain's Atlantic fleet will" not be  allowed to reach Poi to Rico or approach the coast of the United States.  Hear Admiral Samson has perfected  his plane for meeting the, enemy on  the high seas and for giving battle at  the time and place of his own choosing.  NO OFFICIAL NEWS  Secretary Long said at the close of  office hours today that up to that time  lie had received  no word   from   Ad-  . tniral ��������� Dewey. .He added, however,  that he felt no apprehension of this  lack'of good news because in ..the  first place reports are not expected  with the cable* from Manila cut. Furthermore no fears, are entertained as  .to Admiral Dewey's ability to maintain his position. There was no doubt,  the secretary said, that Admiral  Dewey's-lleet had annihilated 'the  Spanish fleet,   and with   that  much  ��������� -wcomplished Dewey was master--of  the situation at Manila.  It was suggested to Mr. Long that  the shore batteries ub Cavite and' on  ' Corngedor Isl.md'might be a serious  menace to the United States fleet, but  the secretai y did not share the view,  holding    that    tbe strength   of   the  ' Olympia and other ships'were ample  to make him master of Manila.  - ..'. SAGASTA'EXPLAINS  '  M__-i"H~, *. May 0.���������At'the cabinet  ��������� -council ycste~\dav the Queen Regent  ipresidedand 'Premier Sagasta ex-  rplained tlie war situation. He announced the safe arrival at Porto Rico  ���������of the-Spanish-Transatlantic Com-  ,pany's steamer Alfonso, having on  . 'board alarge reinforcement, ot troops  .and a very valuable .cargo, including  .ammunition and supplies.  A iMtlVATE.TELEf-Il-VM  IiOxnoK,   May 0.���������Admiral Dewey  |\   followed-up his llrst victory with a  'second and- llu;   Americans  are    iu  control of  the Philippines.    Manila,  having lieen captured by the American  . jKect,  the'government is  now   being  .rfaxriedon by Admiral  Dewey.   This  news reached   London   by   a  private  '.despatch from Hong Kong today.     It-  as the (lirst news from Manila that does.  "' mot beiir the .stamp of Spanish author-  : ship. . IIo*. the news reached -there.*,it  is not slated, but possibly it came over  .bv   some, swift    merchantman.   This  priv-ite telegram confirms the news of  the destruction of the Spanish fleet  and the binking of the flagship Reina  Christina.  C-IRAN'S  IIOME RULE  PARLIAMENT  Havana, May C ���������The Cuban Cou-  gress, elected under the new autonomous government system, was form-  .illy opened - with great ceremony  yesterday by Captain General Blanco,  who made a sppech, during the course  of which he said if the declaration of  the United Slates- had been sincere  their guns today ought to be saluting  the fir_t Culm parliament instead of  threatening the lives of its members.  WjVlCniNG FOR THE OREO ON  Key West, Alay 6.���������Four Spanish  warships are reported off Dathadoes  prepared to intercept the battleship  Oregon, which is one of lhe finest belonging lo the American fleet.  ������-        TliooPS SHELLED     , '  '  Key ".Vest, May (>.���������The cruiser.  'Wilmington' shelled a "company ot  Spanish ravahy, who- attacked va  Cuban expedition while landing "yesterday. It is said that General Blanco's  men retreated towaids Havana, taking  00 wounded and leaving 10 killed on  the field. ' ,  A SPANISH LECTURE  Toronto. May 0.���������Senor Dubore,  secretary to Spoor Polo, lectured in  Massey Hall itvA, evening on tlieCIib.m  question. Theie was a large audience,  lie deuied that the people of Cuba bad  heen overtaxed oc illtreatcd and said  that the countiy was vei-y prosperous  and taxation wa. very light up to the  time of the outbreak ol'ilie rebellion.  He'apppaled for syuipiLhy -with tbe  Queen Regent.   ���������    '  ,      ���������   TELEGRAPHIC  TICKS.  The .Yukon contingent left Ottawa  yesterday... * , -'  The Spaniards report having defeated bands of insurgents in Cuba.   .  , It is reported that five Spanish  warships are without amunition.   , .  The Cuban autonomist congress  opened at Havana on Wednesday.  The Queen regent of Spain is reported to be preparing for flightl,1  Tliere is much speculation as to tbe  movements of Admiral Samson's  fleet.  - .  A bill to amalgamate the L. M. iind  C Co. and the W. and.G. N. R. passeel  the senate yesterday....  The United States cruiset Wilmington.has landed a party near Muriel 15  miles from Havana.  The annual'   report    of.  Canadian  _Iii_u _aiice_eomDauies shows a large.in--  crease of business.        .  Tin* Stickine river is open.  Thenar has sent'up' the   price   of  lead. o  stores    handling  Regina   has  ten  haidware.  H.   B. Commissioner' Chipman  has  gone to Vancouver."  ��������� Railway   Conttactor Foley has left  for Italy for his health.  Medicine Hat bicycle club will hold  a Queen's Birthday celebration.  ���������Two Qu'Appelle sportsmen bagged  208 ducks last week in two days.  The C.P.H. hotel at Banff is making  preparations for the summer season.  Geo. H. Ross, one of the oldest citizens of London, Ont.,. is dead, aged  S_.'.  - Havana has been captured but once  in 400 years, and then by British  forces.  A .Nepp-iva druggist is appealing  against'a fine of $400 for selling- liquor  without a license. - .  A rattle snake four feet long and  two inches in diameter was caught  near Medicine Hat on Wednesday.  Freight traffic over the C.P.R. still  continues heavy. The daily average  over the mountain division is 180 full  cars. '  C.P.R. engineer Ash Kennedy has  gone to Montreal to discuss some  engineer's cjuestions with the management. .  A Montreal man has secured a verdict awarding him $0,000 damages for  injuries sustained in a street cat  collision, the car running at- 15 miles  an hcur.  The C.P.R, is adding to its rolling  stock 500 new box cars. 23S flat cars.  oOcoal cars, 30 cabooses. "10 sleeping  cars and 10 compound passenger locomotives, all of which are now being  built. * -  Robert Laurie died at. Regina on  Wednesday after a lingering illness.  He wa" lho first boy born in "Winnipeg after it wns proclaimed a citv. His  father is editor of the Saskatchewan  Herald.  Major Young inspector of customs,  returned Tlnin-cl.iy from.-itrip through  Knulhei'ti Aljierta. Hundreds of  lidrses. he states, are coming in by the  way of Macleod for the Klondyke  trade, and for the Manitoba market.���������  Free Press.  CAPITAL NEWS  THE  FAST  ATLANTIC  CONTRACT  .  MAIL  Sir Richard Gives Notice of a Resolu-  ton���������A Long Extension ��������� Major  Walsh Not Returning  Ottawa, May 3.���������In the Commons  yesterday Jollictt's l>ill to amend the  adulteration act was put through its  Html stages. Sir Richard Cartwright  gave notice of a resolution to conlirm  the supplemental contract with Petei-  son to Co. for a fast Atlantic service,  extending the time for commencement  to May MIX) and providing for an  Irish port. '.  Hon. Mr- Sifton told Mr. Wal'.v.e  that Major Walsh was. not returning  to Ottawa from the Yukon.  Sir Charles Tupper returned after  a week's absence.  - THE EDMONTON ROUTE.  Bpfore the Senate special committee Frank Olivei, M.P.. gavu evidence  to prove lhat a pack trail could be  constructed from |I������dmontoii to the  divide between the* Liaid and Pelly  rivers, which lie claimed was the  beginning of the gold" bearing area  which extended down to Dawson, for  $30 a mile. The head waters of the  Liard and Pelly rivers, he said, wis  the objective point of parties going  into tlie Yukon from" Edmonton, and  he believed that as gnodgold prospects  existed there as further clown the  Pelly and Yukon liiers, in what is  known as the Klondike. The distance  from Edmonton to the divide between  the Liard anel Pelly rivers was only  740 miles, so that' a pack train could  be opened up giving'communication  with the gold bearing 'district ot the  Yukon for $23,000.  -NEWS FROM  INSP.  MOODY  In the Commons Mr. Oliver asked  for information iesp?cting' the police  force that set out last autumn from  Edmonton to the Yukon.,  The Premier stated that two communications had been received from  the partv, consisting of' Inspect:!  Moody and seven men. and who had  with them a number of horses and  dogs. * The first communication was  elated December 2, and at that time t.he  p.irty was the on Peace River.- The  intention.iv.is to push on and use the  horses as'far as nnssible. -Then they  were* lo'be slaughtered and used ns  food for the .dogs. Last' night thn  Government ' received a second  communication from the pai ty.  -At the',time the partv was encamped  at FortiGraham, on (he Findlay river,  where the winter had been passed, as  it had been found to be impossible to  proceed, 'owing to the snow being five  feet deep, 'and also because foncl for  the dogs wa_ notobtaimible. The men  were well, and in good spirits. The  party expected soon to push on ton ard  its destination.  "How are the dogs!'" enquired Mr.  Bergercn.   There was no answer.  ,      ENGLISH RACING     *  London. /May 5,���������Yesterday, the  second day's racing at the Chester  189S meeting, Major. Westenvia's four-  year-old bay colt "Up Gnat els", won  the Chester cup ot 2,i_.50 sovereigns.  BRIEF  WIRES. -  Gladstone grows steadilj'iveaker.  It is said Spain is ready "to .sue for  peace.  ������ The Spanish fleet is said   so   be   re-  tucning'to Cadiz troni Cape Verde.  Civil service dismissals were discussed in therCominons yesterday.  Serious riots have occurred in several Spanish' cities.  Canadian fishing, protection cruisers  are being fitted with machine guns.  Placer gold .has been discovered in  V-rmillion river near North Bay.  The British Consul at Santiago,  Cuba, is in,' piison for killing a  Spaniard. ... -  GASCOIGNE,ATTACKED  Sir Charles   Accuses  Him   of   Cooking  Reports���������Drolet's Dredging Lease  Ottawa, Mav 0 ���������In the Commons  yesterday Sir Charles Tupper made a  fierce 'attack on - General Gascoigne,  who. he said, made reports to suit Dr.  Borden. Sir Wilfrid' Laurier, Dr.  Borden and others defended Gascoigne  In replv to Mr. Davin," Hon. Clifford  Sifton" said he had given'his consent  in writing to Chevalier Drolet, of  Montreal, to assign his mineral lease  on^the North Saskatchewan river to a  company.  Alex Calder. of Winnipeg, has gone  to Toronto to engage men for, the  Crow's Nest railway.    .  The Globe of April 30th contains an  interview with Capt. Walker, the  man who covered over 3,000 miles last  winter on foot in the norther regions.  The interview is sent by an Edmonton  correspondent.  While going to the Catholic church,  Centreville, Ont. last wppk to have her  infant christened, Mrs Phillip Martin  muffled :t up tightly, as tbe wind was  very high. The wrappings, however,  were too tight, and the result was the  babe was smothered. It breathed its  last as the parents entered the church.  Lieut.-Governor Mackintosh's company has purchased in conjunction  with the London and Globe Finance  Corporation over 50 claims in B.C.,  mainly in the Ros-land and B jundarv  creek districts. The company is still  negotiating tor the Le Roi.and Centre  Star, two of the most valuable mines  in Rossland.  Another shooting scrape is reported  from near Kuskonook, B. C. The  affair took place in a railroad camp  seven milesfrom that place on Monday  morning last. Some Italian navies  attacked the foreman of the gang,  Pete Cline. who shot two of them in  self defence. Neither of the wounded  were"fatally injured. Cline walked,  into Kuskonook and gave himself  up.'  A daring attetnpt was made at Chatham on Monday to kill Judge Houston.  A man named Twohey, who had  formerly been ������ent to j iii by the judge,  wavlaid bim in the court house,  grabbed liini by the coat and tried Io  discharge a revolver into his breast.  Had it not lieen for the athletic struggles of the judge and the timely arrival  of a policeman th" assassin .would  have carried out his design. As it  was the judge was badly cut.  INDIVISIBLE.  A monunt fiiee to faco thoy stood,   ���������  While soul n.ot soul in honest eyea  That   trembling  elo'vad  through unshe.  ���������tears  Born tf a love that never dicB.  Thoy met to speak the __.d_.oit ivord  That e'er on human lip 1 ran dwoll.  But, oh, tho mockery to dream  That auch as theso could tuke far-tvelll  For as two roseate clouds unite  In ivnko of the dopartcd sun,  Thoir kindred .ssonco pure nnd sweet,  These tivnin had softly merged in on*.  They might be ���������nv.red polo from pole,  Might livo thiough nil tin* yen��������� spurt.  What mattered tune und _p_(.(* to them  Whoso homo was in ouoh other's heart f  Be craved it tress of thnt (Ine Koltl  Whoso ivuvy wreaths her iorehrad graced  Bonding to grunt the boon, ho'claipcd  A 70110 of pearl about lur waist.  r  A moment mere, nnd he im*. gone  From light, naught else. High honrt an.  mind,  Stronghold of tenderness and truth,  Dcr.ed the hour aud staid behind!  Tho seasons rolled, and ne'er agum  Thus lace to fnco 'twas theirs to stand.  Yet hemt lo hemi Ihey walked t'r.o world  ' Oil to the goal, the silent land.  Oh, gift of gifts, a noble soul  That wraps our own in full embrace  Till all mean things in loic's great sea  Are lo=t nnd self hath no moio place!  ���������Jane C. fcinipson in Good Words.  A COLLEGE CALL.  "Thestories printed about Smith college lately appeal to nie very strangely,"  said a? Harvard man. "Mau is of sc  small a part in it all.,A senior year experience of mine will illustrate.  .. "When I met the girl, I didn't know  she was a college girl. Tho front of hei  waist [was decorated with crazy shapetl  jewelry of various sorts, but I was not  sufficiently enlightened at tho time tc  know that they denoted tlio feminine  life academic. She was a mighty nice  girl. 'She wasn't afraid to wet her bathing suit. ��������� Siie did't mind chasing around  iu tho mud after her own fiddler crabs,  . and, more wonderful still, she wouldn't  even shudder when they crunched as sh.  ran the'hoolc 'through theni. She was nc  stem, analytical, * cold * blooded thing  cither."'You ought to havo heard her  yell when tho fish bit; also, she knew  enough when her baud was squeezed tc  sciucezo'back. I had a very inteiescing  summer of it. In the cqtuso of the season I learned, of course, that she was a  Smith'girl, just as I learned whero she  lived aud who her folks' were and what  her lirst name was aud that she wasn't  engaged to anybody (and never meant  to be)'anel-all (hat sort of thing. The  Smith part didn't'bother me at all. 1  began'to feel that she was a type. The  higher education was tho thiugwomau  had needed all theso years to mako .her  a littlo-more rather than a littlo less  than the augols. '  "At the end of the season my goose  was cooked all right, but I lacked sand.  I wanted time to think it over. I .also  had a sneaking idea that perhaps after  we-had been separated for awhilo the  girl wouldu't be so all fired indifferent  to personal considerations and niy passing tentative expressions'of interest in  our future existence. I asked her if I  could .como up to Northampton to see  her aud if I'couldu't tako her to the  Yale-Harvard football game at Springfield. She fairly grabbed at the chance  to go to tho game. She had never been  to a Springfield g_n:e, sho said, except  with -an Amherst man, and that, of  course, didn't count. It "would be too  awfully jolly, for any use to go with a  Harvard man.       , "  "I suggested that I would like to go  over to Northampton a week or two before >tho game. "Of course sho said I  must. .Tiist at tlio time of the game  thero were so many nienrin i the chapel  -every-morning-that-tliere.was no particular glory in having one there. -But  about two or throo weeks beforo the  game ifc. would be gloriousto have a>  real Harvard man in chapel all' by his  lonesome.  "Somehow this sort of response waE  not altogether* satisfying, but I was too  enthusiastic to inquire toocuriously. Iu  the fullness of elapsed time I, don't  mind telling you that I had somo protty  definite plans about that visit to Northampton. In mcditatn e moments I had  pleasing ideas about certain confidences  I would make to the boys before I ap  peared with th'e girl at the game.  "I went to Northampton.    I arrived j  on a Thursday eveniug.   I went  to the  cottago where sl__ lived.   I waited half  an  hour  beforo sho came dowu.   Theu  6ho appeared with her hat on.  " 'I'm so glad you'vo come,' she said,  'and I'm so. sorry that I havo a voice  club meeting to attend to! Tho president is sick, and I'm the vice president,  so I really havo to go. I'm really awfully late now. You may walk over with  mo if you like.'  "It was about threo minutes' walk.  She told me in tbat time hew to coma  to chapel the next morning.  "I wont back to tho Norwood and retired to the littlo box iu the basement  tbat they could call a cafe and contemplated things. After awhile tho  things' contemplated bocame " lesa  gloomy. I met two Amherst men down  there and told them my experience and  disappointment. They looked at each  other and laughed'a good deal aud said  that it was rather strange, considering  that I was not au Amherst man. They  weie rather bitter about it and not altogether polite, and I went to bed.  "I went- to chapel in the morning.  The girl was -waiting for me in tho  vestibule. I was looked oyer impersonally by COO or mor������ young women as  they camo in, also when they went out.  Then I was told to hurry away like a  good boy and come bock after dinner,  say, about 8 o'clock. I gently intimated  that 12 hours in Northampton was a  lonely prospect. Sho was uxv}ully sorry,  of course, but thero was ������n especially  important basket ball practice that afternoon. If she staid away, she wouldn't  be allowed to play in tbe match* game  the next day. Might I como to watch'  the practice? Good gracious, no 1 Men  were never'allowed except at match  ganios, nud theii only the very olde������t  and marriedest moinbors of tho faculty.  -.."I went over to Amherst and h?.iv*  some follows I kuow over there. Tho-  inan I knew best was going to havo a  beautiful time iu bis* rooms that night.  The window seat bulged with beer bottles. Ho wanted mo to stay, but I regretfully broko nway and went back to  Northampton. I reached the cottage at  7:35. Tho girl was in the rocoption  room waiting fnr mo.  "'Goodness, but you are latoP Baiel  she. 'I camo very ucnr going without  waiting foryou. Abtronomy leoture this  morning was postponed until tonight,  so that we could have tho real stars,  you know. I'm sorry, but of course it  isu't my fault. I know you don't want  to wuuder around towu tonight, so I  havo asked my roommate to c.omu down  uud talk to you.' ~~  "She'went up into the hall and called  her'roomiiiiite, who was short and globular aud wanted to discuss Kant in relation to the future of woman. Sho  wanted to know also what that dear  Professor James of Harvard was like  and whether I had over heard bim ex-  ���������plain what ho meant by certain passages  in his blamed old textbook. Sho iveufc  to hor room and brought down tho textbook to show exactly what she mount.  Aftor an hour aud a half I fled to the  cato of tho Norwood.  "Next morning I went'to chapel  again, 'as had been ordained'by the  evanescent young woman before ' sho  trotted away to look at the stars Then  she wcut an ay to the basket ball match  game. Sho said that if I wanted to walk  down by tho gymnasium.I could havo  lots of fun hearing thorn cheer. I thanked her. She told mo to como around at  about 4 o'clock and ive would go for a  trolley rido to Florence. I didn't go  down to the gymnasium to bear tho  girls yell, hut my drooping spiuts revived. ->I found that Florence wasn't  much of a town, only a settlement really, aud wa-i flvo or six miles out iu tho  country. ,  "I was a., tho cottage promptly at S  o'clock, also at 4 o'clock. Sho camo  down very penitent at 4:15; said sho  was awlnlly put out, but tho board of  editors of somo blamed magazine, or  other had had a meeting, and she didn't  dare-to stay away a minute for fear'  tbey would voto to print au article by a  girl she just simply hated. Tbey had  been trying to get it printed against hor  will for two mouths,,'and she didn't intend that thoy should tako advantage of  tho fact she had a man iu town to slip  it in, so thero!  "Wo got ou the car. So did 18 girls  who seemed most interested in us. Tho  car swung its rattling way out into the  couutry.. Wo talked about scenery. I  saw lot. of groves and shady lanes along  tno way. 1 spoko about them once or  twice.  " 'It's over so much prettier near  Florence,' she said.  '��������� SVo ran olf ou a aiding, and tho 18  girls climbed out and began seeking asters ami things beside tho track.  ' " 'Goodness!' s.iid the girl. ,'Thcy are  getting "their botany specimons. I had  forgotten all about mine. .Won't you  get some for me?  That's a nice boy!'  "I did. Tho car started and sailed  away while I was picking .tho- lovely  things. I chased a cjuarter of a mile.  The 18 young ladies back near the siding were amused.  " 'Look at your watch, please,' said  the girl. I did so. She saw it and was  much perturbed. 'I'm going to bo late  for dinner,' sho said, 'and it lyill be tho  third time this year.'  " 'Why,' said I, 'aren't we goiug to  getofl?'  "Gooduess, no! We nre going back  on this car as fast as it can go.'  "'Bud  I haven't  seen Florence,' I  wailed.  L=_lLlSilly-_goose,i- sho^said,,-ithis���������is  Florence I  '' Wo only stopped onco on the way,  back. That once was at tho siding, and  all the IS girls piled on again. They  rememborcd me, I saw.  '"Phi Kappa meets tonight,* said the  girl as wo hurried into tha campus,  'and of course I have to go. Chapel tomorrow'���������  "She said a lot more, but I confess I  didn't hear her. She was very much  surprised when I told her I couldn't  possibly; stay'over.  " 'Anyhow, p"~rbaps it's just as well,'  she said, 'because you couldn't come to  the houso ou Sunday.'  " "Yes, I took her to tho gamo. I bo-  lievo she had a good time. I havo seen  her onco or twico sinco. But I don't  think as much of the higher education  of women as I did."���������Now York Sun.  Ub Wouldn't.  Fact and Fictiou prints���������under the  head of fact, wo may assume���������what  purports to be tho application of a mail  who wanted to he an army chaplain  during tho administration of President  Lincoln:  ,  Attached to it are a number of indorsements which aro not only interesting in themsolves, but as disclosing tho  characters of tho two meu whoso influence largely molded the policy of the  government' in those turbulent times.  The indorsements read as follows:  Dear Stanton���������Appoint this man  chaplain iu tho army.���������A. Lincoln.  Dear Mr. Lincoln���������Ho is not a prcach-  Br.���������1_. M. 'Stanton.  Tho following indorsements aro dated  a fo-.v months later, but como just bo-  low :  Dear Stautou���������Ho is now.���������A. Lin-  loln.  Dear-Mr. Lincoln���������But thero is no  vacancy.���������E. M. Stanton.  Dear Stautou���������Appoint him chaplain  tt largo.���������A. Lincoln.  Dear Mr. Lincoln���������Thero is no warrant of law for that.���������E. M. Stan-ton.  Dear Stantou���������Appoint him anyhow.  ���������A. Lincoln.  Dear Mr. Lincoln���������I will not.���������E.  M. Stanton.  The appoiutment was not mado, but  the papers were filed in tho war department, where they remain as evidence of  Liucoln's friendship and Stanton's ob-  itiuato nerve.  *?o  WOULD    YOU    INVEST  MONET   PROFITABLY?  If So Come to Revelstoke th'e: Mining  Centre of North Kootenay   -   -   -   -  It bas been predicted by li������-idinir men of Canada that Revelstoke will  be one of the leading cities ot Wi*-*t Kooieniv. Thnt its unique position  where the C. P. R. crosses the hpantiful Columbia vallev. with water transportation ..n the not th nml >*oi)th and in dncc proximitv'to the richest mines  in Kootenny. making ils location unii������uallv favorable. If vou want to invest  vour money in iiiaiiuf.ie-toi-ie=, teal estate, or mining property, visit ���������  Revelsloiti*, the "Gatewav to the Kontenay." -  ",We aie moving to the front and no obstacle will or can impede our  wondeiful progress. Do not forget 1 bar. vou Vvill never buv real estate as  .���������li(*->n a0 vou can buv il, today. Figure the increase of the past and speculate  in Revelstoke, the "Gateway to the Kootenav."'  The h-inks of the Culuiiih'a, on wnich river the town is situated, have*  been the stage upon which strange scPries have been displayed and wild and  daring exploits pet formed by the thousands who entered this district during  the '07 gold boom in the Big Bend.  Revelstoko is nroliably one of the oldpst towns in the interior.    And it  wa.. not until this  title  question   was  settled that Revelstoke reallv hoean to  forge ahead, commercially and otherwise.   Growth was slow until 1897, but  the olel tinieis and newcomers had great confidence in lhe town and smarted in *  to make it. a mining centre worthy of note."-   '     <t , /   -���������  ,   The_ C.  P. II. is   concentrating all  its   principal wnikshops on thp  western elivision .it Revelstoke.    Rpve]*-t.(*ke is not only-a mining lown, but, in  now and will bn increasingly so in th" future a railwav'point of considerable  impoi .mice in the C. P. R. system and a di������tnliiiting*ceiitre for the business of ���������  the rich .mining distric-rs  included  in the section pnpulatly known as North  Koolenay.    Its itnpotqance in ,lhes(>  connections- is due. to'its uniqup geogra* .  phiral position.    Seated in a beautiful  open i alley at tbe point of intersection  of  the Columbia  river and  tbeC. P. It. main  line, it commands  the passes ",  running norlli and south, to the f.iniou-*' gold  fields of the Big B**nd m*.d the  rich minernl lead*-   ot the Lardeau. while on  the .east up the  Illecillewaet.  another district of great piospec-t is  being opened up.    The town is the point  of junction   of  the  i]i.iin  line and  the* Arrowhwid ht-.inrli of the C. P. tt.. hy  which access is gained to the*  South Kon>enay hy rail and stPiunpr.    Another  line of steamers will  make  Kevelstoke  their'stnrting point fnr the Big Bend,  for which country it is afc present the sole outfitting point anil b .se of sunplie..  Tims by the mere force ot  geographical -position alone* Revelstoke has forged   '  to the tront until the little mining camp of a fpw years ago bas become a tovtrnj  of considerable importance to thp business of the province..  -'"     The ruining industiy is still in  its infancy, but with the careful expen*  diltire of capital in development work ������vill giow to large dimensions. - j  Large.-ueas of bind  in close proximity to tbe town are covered with   *  fmber suitable for lumber, but nrobablv just  as  valuable  as tire wood, there  being no coal deposits discovered near at hand as vet.    This land when cleared ���������"'  is  pioving  to  bo  exceptionally tine farming and  gardening  land. ,nnd ^the'-  demanel for produce is always  many times larger than tlie supplv. train loads  being impoited  fiom  oilier points everv season.   Tins should be taken into  consideration by intending settlers. ��������� r. -  Across the river from Revt l=toke an excellent clay exists for the mak- *  ing of brick in vast quantities, wliich commands a high price at anv time.  The  town  enjoys   many advantages:    A 'fill'*.-healthy��������� climate���������the'  death rule being exceedingly low���������good wjrer."supplied by a system of water  winks, from  the nintinUiin side just north of the town, underlying which is'a  stiatuin of gravel that ensures a natural drainage. 'A short, distance up the C..  P. It. track. r.is(. to the" Illecillewaet rive'r,  is a canyon and falls,   which must "  be seen to be tullv appreciated.    The power from these fulls is now being utili-   .  zed by ahe Revel'-toke Water. Light & Power. Co.. for ��������� ���������������������������.������������������������������������"���������> their'line electric lighting plant.    They have an  nnlim fd  power  ivUicl.   Ut������r on  will   be  useful for manufacturing purposes and running the proposed street car line.  - >,.,  ; ��������� *. * * w  y hi ''.'."  ' V*--'-.";.  ". ' '"���������"'*M  ,",i ���������"���������/���������  '���������.J_.  -    '        ,*   *' m  .'��������� ��������� ���������;.���������>.-���������'I  v -.-:'vP  ' v-'%  -���������V '.:  Subscribe   fop tlie* Daily .op  Semi-Weekly  -<Hepald and K,eep Posted-on -Noptft Kootenay.  O.R.&N.  Is'the Shortest and  Quickest Line to...  AVALEACEr^FARM lNGTOXr^���������  GARFIELD,     OAKESDALE,  PULLMAN,      LEWISTON,  ���������COEUR^D'ALENE MINES.  DAYTON,   WALLA WALLA.  PORTLAND,    PENDLETON.  SAN FRANCISCO, MOSCOW.  CRIPPLE CREEK,  AND   ALL rOIN'TH   EAST OK   fcOUTH.  Canadian  Paqific  Railway.  j- <���������-  .- ���������?-  ANDSCOPACIFICLINEr  THE ONLY  LINE   .   .  EAST  Via S'llt Luke, Denver,  Omaha and Kansas City.  Steamship Tickets to  and from  Europe and other foreign countries  Train for the Kast anel Portland  depaits 7:l~i p.m. daily. Wallace and  Moscow accommodation depaits 7:13  a.m. daily. Through service. No  delays or lay overs uny where,  Get thiough tickets and futther information of O.  K.  to N..city ticket  oflice,   No.    130.   Riverside    avenue,  corner Stevens St.,  Spokane. Wash.  J. Cami'iseu.,  General Agent, Spokane.  XV. H. -Hurlburt, G. P. A., Portland.  Spokane Falls and -Noptfyepn  .Nelson and Ft. Slieppapd  Red .Mountain R,ys.  The onTy all rail rout*1 without chinjre o  c.ira between Spokane. Nortbpoit. lto������Mand  anrl Nclton; aibo between ito-b-alaxul and  Nelson.  DAILV      EXCEPT      SUNDAY  L-AVK. N01ttIII~OIVT AIlfclVE.  ForSpokoce��������� From Spokane���������  l::0p.m  Ir_t0pm.  For Hossland��������� From Ho-nlnud���������  1:10 Din 1 10 cum.  For Nel-On��������� From Nclton���������  1:10 p.m l~-~Spm.  Close connrc'io"3 at __.rl"nn with steamer  for Ratio and till Kootcia) Lake points.  Passengers for Kettle Kiver rnd Bonrdarj-  Creek connect at Marcus *-ith stage daily.  .Shortest and  Quickest Route  To Yukon and   Klondike Gold  Fields.  To Eastern and European points.  To 'Pacific Coast," China, Japan *  and Australia.  TOURIST  CARS  models   of  are  Run daily and  comfort.  Magnificent sleeping and dining  cars on all trains.  Tickets    issued    through   and  baggage checked to destination.  Easthouud-D.M_.Y TitAis-Westbound  7:10 a.m. lve-Reyelstoke-lve 5:20 p.m.  Connection * .with Kootenay  points, S a.ra. > leave Revelstoke,  arrive 4:30 p.m.'  For    information,   time    cards,  maps and tickets apply to  ,    T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  W. F. Anderson-, Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. J. Coyle, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  TIME C\RB  Subject to change without notice.  Trains ran on Pacific Btondard Time.  GOING WEST  SOT am Leave*.  8*36 am  0_36am       *   ..  i_.lam      "   ..,  10.03 am      ���������    .  10:18 am      *    .  10_~S am      "  10_~UamAirive.  Leave 11*0 am.  Arrive 11*30 s m  I-U_Y  - ..Kaalo....  -South Fork.  ...Sproule's....  ..Wnlte water...  ...BearLako ...  .McOniffan....  Cody Junction  .... Sandon ....  QOINO KjiBT  ,-Arrive-:50 pm  3.15 pm  .   "      2:15 pm  .   ���������'      Umn  .   "      1:48 p m  "      1-33 j> m  "      1:12 pm  Loavel-rOpm  CODT UN_  ...Sandon Arrive 11:45 am  ....Cody Leave 11:25 a m  ROBERT. IKVEJG   ��������� GEO.F.COPELAND,  G. F. and P. A.       I       ���������.operinten tot Silver Soap  Silver Polish  Ox Gall Soap  Pumice Soap  and all first class Toilet  Soaps and articles always kept on hand at  the  {"panada Drug &  Book Co.,  Ltd  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  LOCAL AND  GENERAL   NEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  and   General  Items  Round  and  About Revelstoke.  ���������Call on Pete after" 9:30 p. m.-for a  nice, sandwich. lui  From Monday's Daily.  The legislature is expected to prorogue on'Thursday.  The latest war daily among our exchanges is the Daily Piaindualer, published in South Edmonton.  James Gill leaves '.-'-.lon-ow morning  em a lour of the eastern markets on behalf of the new firm c*.i. James Gill & Co.  I)yke to Temple, general merchants  of Arriiwhend are* going to instal om*  of the 15. CJ. Gas Mnchine Co's. ncuty-  line generator.--.  William Halv arrived on Saturd.iy  night from Winnipeg, to accept the  position as ace-rmiitaiiit in XV. M.  Lawrence's hardware store.  - Jack Powers, a cowboy of Calgary,  -gave an excellent exhibition  of how  they bust, the* wily broncho in Alaska,  on .i horse belonging to Mr. Pettipiece*,  yesterday,  Cory Menheniek's brother. H. Menhenick: has ieturiied to Kootenny  from the old country accompanied bv  Mr. Murray. Tbey will all-leave for  Fish creek"tomorrow.  Mrs. Barbara Clark has greatly improved tbe look of Douglass street by  the handsome appearance which he*r  residenee and garden presents to the  street now that it is completed.  Mi-. Holten is having the staircase of  his new house fixed up. It will In* a  handsome one when compli'tcil. the  newel posts will lie* the* finest in li-'\'el-  stol.e. Mr. Wood has the work in  band.  The ladies committee of St. Peter's,  who got up the dance on St. George's  Eve. wish to announce thai lliey have  cleared S33 net by the dance and also  "���������~to~thank���������pvei-yliodyr-whn-he������lped���������to-  iinike the affair such a success.  Cory Menhenick intends to start up  to Boyd creek for the cable tot- tin*  ferry "at once. Theie is a lot of snow  in  the Irish  creek   country  yet,  aiid  - the season 's not sufficiently advanced  for any development work.  .V large number of people attended  lbe exhibition of tin* new iic-tylinc  g is machine invented bv XV. T. Love.  on Satuiday night. The exhibition  was very succ-e.-.-ful and seemed lo fully  demonstrate the practicability of the  machine.'.  The Revelstoke Watot I'.iwpi- and  Light Co.. i*. having some slight  tiotible v.'uli the lluiiii"*, the supports  ��������� if which have bce-n c.-iiii-'d av.-ny for a  short space, .-md the company i-> putting in )i truss to strengthen it.it thai*  place. Theie i- nothing wiong with  with the dam. but tin* maii.igi'iiieiit  are afraid to allow the weight nf  ivete-r tej pas<= over the flume in j(.s  weakened condition. They expect tu  have on the light again on Wecliiescl.-iy  evening.  From Tuesday's Dailv K_-A__.  Mr. I. T. Brewster left again on tlie  Lytton this morning.  ��������� Mr. WI. M. Brown left town   for the  : St. Leon Hot Springs this morning.  Five; hundred dollars will I-e spent.  on the bridge across Pingston creek at  once.  ���������Tetlcy'** tea. A consignment of  Hint famous tea has arrived at W.U.  Pease to Co's.  Silve: ton is putting up 3500 in cash  prizes feu-the .sports to be held there  on the Queen's birtbelav.  Contractor   Cayley expee ts to have  ' the Downie Creek   bridge finished  by  the end of the week.  Mr. Mohun: the govcenincut sanitary  ��������� engineer, was in town yestei day, looking over the ground in order lo form a  I plan for the disposal of our sewerage.  ���������Tliis si-;u������on"s creamery butter at  W. B. Pease* to Co's. Also choice  varieties of teas nnd coffees, including  Tctley to Co's.-well-known Indian and  Oylon blend.  Rev." Charles' Anlt Procnnier. who  has been in "Kaslo for line'..* years as  pn-tor of the Methodist chiue-li  pi'VK.'hcrl lit<- J.ir"~Vf'll *-"i-liie.n  elav.    On iicccniii.   <*f   ip-(l..i  A pair of Smilli to Wasson revol vers  have boon sent hero for the use of the  police'.  Rev. J. A. Wood left last night to  all eiid the conference of the; Methodist  church in Victoria, which, commences  on Thursday.  The gold c-oirtmiHsioiiei' has authorized Hen Green of Albert Canyon to  stint, work cleaning up the old trail  between tho Canyon and lllecillewaet  and also to fix iip'tlu* trail up the cost  brunch of the north fork of tbe lllecillewaet.  Trout Luke City is very snro because  it cannot get an nppiopi iation for lire  protection or for the erection of a  school house. Tin; llMH.M.O certainly  thinks that this lively and important  town should have lit ith, and urge's lhe  government to ac-ct'ile to iheir very'  reasonable rcejiii'st.  A te-legram was received by the po-  lic.* last night from Warden Vicars.* of  tlie- ICainloops jail, stating that Sam  Kwanson, till! mini who was sentenced  lie'i-e rcciiiitly for three* months for  stealing tobacco out 'of Coursier's  warehouse, hail broken jail and miide  bis escape.  Mr. Alex. McGregor, bridge foreman  of Illecillewaet. anil Mr. W. .1. Lappan  the proprietor of the Merchants hotel  of llie same place, are! visiting the  town. Mr. MiGn-giir, who is nc-coiii-  pniiiecl by Mrs. McGregor is sult'cring  from a .sprained wri^t.  The gold commissioner intends to  level up the .ground .-ill round the government b.iililings, s'jiv it with grass  nd fence it in this spring. When  completed it will form a very pretty  plat-e and add considerably to thu appearance of the neighborhood and I In:  value of residential property in that  quarter.  A very handsome bar and mirror  has been installed in the bar loom of  the Oriental bouse by Air. A. Stone.  Tbe whole thing was designed by Mr.  C. McLean in tliu Romanesque style  and ri'Hects great credit on his talents  as a designer and on the enterprise of  ���������nino host of the Oiieiitnl fen- adding  such ii splendid piece of furniture to  the* fittings of his ��������� cr uifortahlu new  house.  The remains of Thomas Henderson  were at 10 a.ui.lnid to rest in the ceniel  cry here. The pall licurers were ,1.  Patterson, Joseph Eiringtoti, L. Lind-  holm, Charles Carlson and XV. Harper,  all residents of the Canyon, and R. A  Upper, of Revclstoki*. Mrs. Henderson was accompanied aud suppoited  by Aliss Miu-gei-i.tr Moore, of Kamloops,  lier nit'ce. Besides the pull bearers  Mrs. Berger, Miss Johnson, II. liini'r-  son. Joseph Hislnp. Alex McRae, D.  P. Gillespie, Thomas Herbert.. John  Taylor, all residents of the Canyon.  Mi". Andrew Derby of Kamloops."  and Dr. McLean paid the last tribute  to the deceased by folio..ing the lieaist*  to the*, grave, where l__v. Thomas  Mcnzics of the Presbyterian church  performed the closing liies.  Today's. Local News.  ��������� The*    Martian,  -THE-  SHERWIN-WILLIAMS  miJrilXll   JLtW-ie  cover most, look best, are most economical,  and are always full measure  Specially prepared paint, for exteriors.  Specially prepared paint, for interiors.  Specially prepared paint for Moors.  Specially prepared puint for painting cupboards, flower stands,  brackets, boxe-s, bottles, etc.  Special er.aincil paint for furniture, shelving, wicker work, etc.  Special  varnish  stain.      lt stains and varnishes al a single  operation.  For  Prices, Color  Cards  and   Information,  apply   to  BOURNE  BROS., Agents, Revelstoke Station.    A Large Stock  always on hand.  Mr.  the ei  A. R. B. Hearu will  st this afternoon.  ���������eturii from  Du    Maimer,    at  of  the Leal   by Lyall, at  - The  Land  Aman's.  Dr. McKechnie left on yesterday's,  train for Victoria.  ���������A fresh lob of fine tobaccos just  opened nb Am.-iti's.  Rev. F. A. Feud has returned greatly  benefitted by the change*.  ��������� The sod.a wuler fountain is in full  swing again at Aman's.  ���������Try our nice fresh confectiouery  just opened up.    CJ. J. Anian.  Mr. J. R. Hull of Kamloops, has be-sn  in town tho past co.iple of days.  ���������The chronicle** of fount Antonio  by Anthony Hope, at C. J. Am.in'--.  The steamship Kootenay will be oil  the slips at Nakusp by Thursday.  Mrs. Chas. McMillan of-Calgary is  ���������visiting-iil-lit.i'~=i~iiei!s.���������Mi-s*.-���������S.���������S.-IUU-  dcir.      .  ���������The latest���������the -Quaker Vapor  Bath Cabinet���������i.- now on view and  going oii'fast at Aman's.  Mi'!*H. A. Brown announced .it (lie  meeting hist night that, the gun club  will probably visit Donald on the-  Queen's birthday.  Mr. Otto Abeling. managing engineer  tor 111" Waverley Mint* Ltd., arrived  from hi1* home* in Moscow, Idaho, on  vi*st._rcinv"_. No 1.  The regular practice*, shoot of the  Gun Club will take place every Thursday and Saturday in the future.  Mrs. Thos. Henderson left for Calgary this morning, and her niece Miss  Moore left for Kamloops lasb night.  Ed. Andreen. Lindgren and Nelson  have* been working all winter on their  claims on Canyon creek, at the lower  end of Trout 'Lake* and are. down 92  feet on one and 81 feet on the other.  They repoit the properties as looking  very satisfactory.  The Vancouveir World says that it is  reported that a requisition is being  prepared for signature asking_,Hcm.  Joseph Martin lo run for Vancouver  as an Iiidedenilent-OpposiUon candidate'. Independent-Opposition seem  a long way louiid to spell it.  The concentrator of the ���������Wnverl.y  Mine has been shipped and the company intends to resume active operations as soon ,-is tlio - state* of the  waggon road permits. The company  will be employing about 150 men. as  soon as their operations are in full  blast  this sutuuii'i-.  In Alberta they judge of the fitness  of a cayuse* for the* suiiiiner's work by  tbo amount, ol* bis fab in the spring.  "Rolling fnt" is the highest terms of  praise a cayuse can attain to. To judge  by tlie.il- generous proportions some, of  the officers of the Yukon detachment  must, iiiivt: lie*e".i selected for the job by  tlie same.criterion.  Jlr, Moliun, the provincial government sanitary engineer, is collecting  information with a view to forming a  plan I'or the best system of disposing  of the sewage here. He is waiting for  some plans and levels to arrive! before  lie-can express any opinion. Mr. Mo-  bun is much surprised at the evidence?  of pi-ogress visible here since his last  visit thiee years ago nml thinks the  place has a prosperous future before it.  The hi'siness of "W.A. Griffiths &  Co.. Cheiinsi. and Druggist, Front,  Street wns taken over ye-slerdny by  Mr. Cli-is. E. Rijiel, ivfio hns been  manager her.- for Griffiths .t Co. since  l.-i.-b July. The business of the new  firm will !>���������_ ennied on under the name  of Ch-is. E. R -id to C.i. Mr. Reid, who  i.- well .imi. favorably known here, will  cloiiht!'**-s iiutki- a success of hi.*, neiv  vontuie.  We wish hiin all prosperity.  The Revelstoke Brick Co. started  thi.- afternoon with a carload  of .uj -  "pTif'S-a hil"~"C1i~-o~fonr--Tinr se-���������t en 11 ra ���������f or-  llieii-lii-i'_k yard on the  other  siele  of  J the l-ive-r. Sis men nre beginning the  work unile-i- Mr. Samuel Webb,, eif  Winnipeg as foreman, an old and experience.- hand at the business. T. e  cninpatiy- expect to he able to put a  first e*ln**** brick   on   tin-   market,   at,  G. PETIETTO.  Boot and  Shoe Maker  Mackenzie Avenue,  Two Doors south Molsons Bank  Harness Repairing done.  Moderate Prices.   Work guaranteed.  Carpenters Wanted,  jl few First class ("nrpentors wanted iinincd-  intclv.   Steady employment to good men.   .1.  Kki'.nachan*.   ��������� , .   .,     Sins.  r:ss.  __  Agent tor the  Blickeiisderfer'  Typewriter  Dealer in Hats, Caps. Boots, Shoes,  Gents' Furnishings. Stationery, Patent Medicines,  Tobaccos arid Cigars, Toilet and Fancy Articles, |  Fruits, Etc. >>      '  Revel slice, B. C.  AT..,  %  %^Wa  11  Ete-s-  ���������D1  kELlCIOUS Creamery Butter, this season's. Choice  .sorts of Teas and Coffees, including' Tetle.'s Indian  and Ceylon Blend. A grand assortment ol Candies just  arrived from Paulin & Co., of Winnipeg. -Al Oats, Hay,  Wheat, Shorts, BraD, Mixed Chop, Barley Chop, Etc. We  Buy our Eggs in small lo.tt?, and so constantly have them in  fresh fiom the farms. v  spsia  ;Watch Chain Found"'  Found    tills    morning,   it,, gold   eliatn   and  charm.     Tlio owner can have, tlio same  by  proving property nnd paying for this advertisement.   Api'lval'tli-Herald Oflice.*. It  "     ,   , Wanted  ' A furnished room to rent. Koom in a nentriil  locnlltv between court house and the Union  hotel prolerred.  Address: IIEha.1.1) Oillce. U9n2  Liquor License  Take notice that I, tho undersigned, intend  to applv, GO davs Irom date, to the Stipcndinry  Magistrate for, the. North -tiding of the 1'lect-  oral District of Kootenav for a license to sell  liquor bv retail at niy hotel at the mouth of  Carnes Creek "  Dated this 1st dav of May, 1898.  Imv-ftW - M. M.   "nclIASKAN.  Ol&fo    "Jo    ^k^  The Latest Colonial Library Books  Spectacles, Etc.  Scientific and Geological Books  Many a Han  With the Reputation of Buying  From the Highest Priced Tailors  Buys His Clothing  Frcm "Us.  Why shouldn't he ?  Wo can 111 him in tun minutes, and  have the* largest stock in the town to  choose from, a saving of time.*, a saving  of money.  Our Spring llondy-to-We-ii- Business  Suits fit, as well -is thu most expensive*.'  We* don't, make these to"older, but we  make tbein to fit.  Trtousirns.��������� The choicest selection  of suitable patterns. New stripes,  quiet checks, dressy plaids, etc.  Phinc-k Ai-WiiiTS.���������Tho correct, and  fashionable kind, made of,the finest  Engljsb Worsteds and Venetians.  Stylish Suits.���������-Cutaway Coats,  single ;*.r double breasted sacks in fine*  Clays, Worsteds, Serges or Tweeds,  elegantly trimmed.  Ovkkcoats.���������With ii distinct superiority of style which, only a sight .of  the goods themselves can demonstrate,  box back or centre scam shapes���������the  linest and best.  Clothing for titk boys.���������The best  of our previous etl'orts has been eclipsed  ibis season in-the variety and extent  of styles and patterns on display in our  Kemly-Mriile department. Mothers of  boys are welcome to sec and critici'j~e.  This Space is reserved for^     "  JAMBS GILL &  CO-  Who will  soon   be  opening up  in  the-DRY  GOODS   and  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS  argam Sales  For Saturday only we are offering pure mixed 1'alnts and Painters' Sundries, guaraiitcccd to .  be equal to the best brand in the market.  0             * --a--~t'~"-.u9hes'.  ... ''Deems - Flat Paint,:! in   .. in cents. Susli Tool : -.  ,.. -1<j cents    . ���������-.,...,,      ,  UOcents *{c<1 ��������� alnt llrimti...   SI si) Kalsoininu lirush   TAINTS  Half Pints   One Pints   One Quarts..-   llnlf (iiillons- '.  One Gallons '  30 cents  10 cents .  10 cents  " '27, cents  1"AIjSOM1~"~,~ IVAIjTj FIXISII, easily applied, in f> lb. pttpkascs, -13 cents.  W.    M.    LAWRENCE  TINRMITIIING,  I.OOriXCl,  Kt'KNACi: W'OIIB.  Hardware, Paints, Oils, Class  s.  The N'orth Kootenay Tailor.  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  AN0THER GAR  UAKE GF TRE WO0DS  Shoes for tlie prospec tor, shoes  lor miner.**, shoes for trainmen,  and shoes for everybody, al!  hand made, also Hue; shoes, at  prices to suit.  JENKINS,   '��������� '  ���������First Slrct, one block from  Imperial   Bank  of   Canada  RRVELSTOKI- STATION.     -     B.C.  John E. Wood  price at which brick has not been .olel  hitherto in this part of the province.  A   meeting   wii������.   held   in llu* court  house hist  night. II. A. Bmwn   in   in.  chair and W. O. Pay ton .lecretary.    A  ., , ,.   i e oiniiiitlcc  w.us  appointed   to    t-olle-t  Const. Mcl-iae ninde* an arrest tins , .Sui1M.i-i,,ii(.in, Lw..-thii.l���������of the amount  moiiiingof .am.in who h.-irl broKi'ii into ��������� (.��������� f(l, lo ,;,,. cpr.rt- on tli" QueenV  ���������md en-i-nnec'd linii-,elf  in   a  C.   P.   K. 1 nirthd.iy, and oii.*-tbird for noniiiiion  r.ow in our warcrooms.   For the bet Flour  or Bread, buy from -  A.' N:  SniT.H  Baker and Confectioner,  Victoria Ro^d,   -    -    -' Hkvoj-tokk Station.  An Invitation  tin* "-..ation.  Mr.  and   Mrs.  XV.  Mnr*ki������ny.i  ���������les-ie (' lover) propo*.e i;ivin  licli  Old  la*:t Sun-  ,::.- mi ]���������������������������-  '.i-i: i iv '.(*  stoi-i! cm  (Mis*.  a.Siolli--b  enler'ainiiient      lie-re     in     Tapping'-  theatrii on the ISl'n and 1 1th.  ('has. P. McKay, manager of the  Mm kenzie-Olover Conceit Co.. is in  town today 'billing bis i-ompaiii- Io  plav in Tapping's Theatre, on '"rid.iy  ami Siituril.iy night.  The boiler and engine for the new  steii iner to be built on Tiout Lake this  spring is now at ("oiu.ipli.-and will he  moved in ai soon as the statu of the  wagon load pei mils.  Itis it-ported that the Halcyon Hot  Springs bus-in ess lias been sold to the  I"rit.i-h-AmericaOnrpor.ition. of which  llu; Hon. ('���������. II. Mriikintosh is resident  diiector.���������Calgary Herald.  By a printer's error the IIkrand was  made to say yesterday th.it tin; party  left Albert. Canyon lo fetch clown  Thomas Henderson's body '___!) days  nl tei it. was found. It should, of  course, have read two days.  Commencing today, steamer ICoka-  nee leiivei Kaslo at. 9:15 p. in. I'or round  trip to Lardo and Aigeiitn, nnd will  continue making i e>_,ii!ai- trips on .sin li  smite. Tue-d.ivs .it.(I Fridays of each  wuck until furl lie-i-,-ul vised.  D.m Keen li.i- three men working  on tilt; Trout Luke iv.igeiii io.ul going  over the mn.st, nccc-ssaiy pi,ices. Hi;  will then stait liom the Lnndiiig unci  work up. pulling the toad in good condition lor the* Miiiiinci-'s li.alfic.  The Lytl'iui made a I iin yesterdav  up as far as CiiriicsCieek and n-i uriied.  She is now wailing for inniscof water,  bul it. is expected thnt she will leave  for Lipiule ten in it i >>iv iiiornitig with ;i  '.'.-id ,of I'ri'k'bt foi Il-.c ricncli Ci-'-ek !  ( ,,., /'i ��������� .,:.' ���������ii'Mi" men going up to!  ,1 i.-evil -..  ,-iy,  Pay, consisting of T. B. L. Taylor. J.  Abruhaiiisoii and F. 13. Wells lor tln-  wesr. c-n.l. -ind .1. (1. Allen. XV. C.  Uit-ncv and J. M. Doyle. |.-u the ea_t  ������������������in! of tin* town. Th" committee will  r-port to a public iiu-i ting on Mo~-.il.  night, which will '.hen >,|>-cl the.* vai  committees.  Prospectors  niners,,..  -.day I -tr  Hill", >     Y  Ve-tI'.r.lay about 7 p.   tn.   the  train j und  coiive-yiiii; the Yukon   detachment  of >  the    Canadian    iuu.ul.ir   corps  passed:  through Revelstoke on its way to  the I  roust.    There-were* .".Aj on   bo.eiel  alto   I  ge'Jici- it if 1 the il'it.-ie limciit is iiinde up \  of the lliici*  arm-*' of  the sin-ire.   in-  f-mtry. artillery nnel cavalry, thelatler  (���������(insisting of 1.") nienibt-rs of that  very  sitinil   coi ps-. the   iViiuiipeg   troop   of  tbe  Tfoyiil   Cniiadian   eliagoons.     The  di'tiii hiiienl    fete bed    some    mn:.iins  and e|iiickl!ring  Ilo'.chkis.. gnn*.  -.villi  thi'in. The soldiers stietched tli'-irlegs  on 111 pl.ilforin to tbe gic il.adiuiratioii  of ji large crowd of people and paraded  iipniid down in gieat style for nbrrur  0U ARP:TNV1TED tocn.il  r.t 'our storo fit any lirne  c-:;iiinine  our A 1  stock of  Miners' Supplies  Provisions  Boots and  Shoes  Clothing  Miners' Picks and Shovels  Blasting Tools, Powder, etc  of which we  have a largo anu  well ys-_<.rt������d variety,   fc will  Architect  and  Builder  Estimate's, plans nnd specifications  furnished on application. Shop mid  repair woik promptly attended to.  Wood carving n speci.illy. Work shop,  l'roiil. Slicet.  HOUSE AND LOTS FOR SALE  For Vale, a house and SO foot lot on'Third  street, near lhe 'Cowan bloclc, and a .10 foot- lot  nearly opposile the Court House.      "-  Apply at the Herald oflice.  '������   IF YOU  WANT   PURE COW'S  MILK  G'i___r_i.-U'{.<. U nml ult crated,  Go to the Europe Dairy  e  MSS. F   JULIA-"  0  ',TO...  Fortune  Seekers-  If you, try your hick pi-ospectiil;  tlio  I.ardeau   District,   don't   pass'  1.   "-.'Citron's    general   store   at  Thomson's Landing, when you can -  buy the cheapest and best minors'-  supplies in the district.  tt  ���������Imysivtf  I.   M.- CITRON,   .  TIIOMSON'SIjANDINO.  THOS.   HILLIER,  Builder and  Contractor  Ollice    In   Tdiiplii|j;'_    Tliontro,  ground Iloor.  K-i'Jina'cn fui-niBhed on all kinds  nt bitildiiiKs.  Address :  ~apif  Thos.  Hillier, Revelstoko.  pny you to accept  tion. *  the   in vita.  l  quiirter of in houi. For ,i while th"  Hovelstokt* HiortAi.u newsboys did .���������  land office lni!sinr**.s.   ns  long as  their  supply l.-i������l(*d.   "When the train at last '    inove'd oli again, the detachment made ���������   ,������������T,,*-Ts������sr������i-.r._,.     .   _->r-.  its fui-owell toP.evt_I._oke with a Ill-arty ; T^O 11 0 JSEKEEPJ'iRH   A SN D  cheer. B rT -ir  Hotels :-   vVe  nre  o Albert Canyon.  Ax.HF.irr. (jjVNYos, .Mny 10. ���������Perry  Li'iikc'.'" survey party lisis* leached tlie  Ibiiel biidge on tlie waggon rond her':  nine miles from the; Canyon. This i  survey ii much shorter Ihnn theiiiag-  gon road survey and has a much better  graele-.  Oie S.uidlii'i-g. oneof the locators ol  the Waverly and Tangier claims on  the north .fork, htii -iriivcd in town,  bnviiig iir*t let uriied from Swcdeii.  Tbe ily'mg ^(|iin(li(iii stalled froin  lhe* (taiiyon today under scaled oilier^,  ll will slcer.north over the summit.  We nre woll  .stocked with the hitest unci  freshest canned good.--, procur-  iuri, tons and coffees, and fresh  butler and t'ggn, potato-.*.*-, and  everything .uaiia'ly found in  an np to date grocery.  Free "and  prompt delivery.  is Bros.  SfcJBSTlTBTIGN  is tho. Greatest Fraud  of the Dav  Thoro Is no substitution in our goods. Every  article of  Groceries,   Provisions,   Flour and Feed,  Conlectioncry,  Etc..  Ih a . n $.0 Kolil plcco.    Ko cuibstitiulon, irj  friiuel, but every a'ticle Kuaruntecd.  Kreo dc.Ivory to any part of tho lown.  2uptf  RBTGRISON Ei GO,  J. KERNAGHAN,  Carpenter  and-Builder  OrrirE ani> wen-Kino!-:  OntisiTi: Coi-isT Horsr., Kevelstokt..  NOTICE  Courts of Assize and Nisi Prills, and of Oyer  and Termler and General Coal Delivery, will  be holden at the places and on the dates following, vi/..:  City of Kelson, on Monday, the ilOlh day of  .lune, l-'.W.  'lown of Donald, on Monday, lho '.17th day of  June, 18US.  lly Command. '  .IAMKS IlAKKIt,  Provincial Secretary.  Provincial Secretary's Ollice,  Sth March, 18!W. limy  THE   MOLSONS   BANK;  -   incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1855..   -  Paid Up Capital        .       .    ���������  Rest Fund       ������ .       .       .  Head Oflice: Montreal.  _______-_~l_0_,V ItI)_OI~   DIRECTORS.  2,000,000  ,1,500,000  IV.Moi.son JlAcriiiiusos President  K. H.'hiviNQ, ..   ".:  Vice-President  IV. M. Kainsav, Henry Archibald, Samuel Flud-  loy, .1. P. CluKliorii, II. Marklaud Molson.  F. Woi.KEitSTAN 1'no.MAS tleiicral Manager  A. 1>. lluiiNroiti),..'. Inspector  II. Lock wood Assistant Inspector  ' jl general bunking business transacted.  Interest allowed on deposits at current rates.  . Kiif-llsli and American exchange bought and  iold ut lowest rates. . *  ,    BRANCHES.  ItidRcton, Out.  Kmith's Kalis, Out.  Sorel. P.O.  St. Ilranch. -   *  St. Catherines, Out.  St. Thomas, Out.  Toronto, Out.  Toronto .miction, Ont.  Trenton, Out. *  ���������  Vancouver, II. C.  Victoria, H. C.  Waterloo, Ont.  IVoodstocU, Out.  IV111111 pen, Man.  J. D. Molson, Manager.  jVvlnier, Ont.  lirockville. Out.  Calgary, Alia.  Clinton, Out.  Kxetcr, Out.  Hamilton, Out.  London, Out.  .Meaford, Onl.  Montreal, IMI.    '  Morrlsburg, (int.  Norwich, Out.  Ottawa, Out.  Owen Sound, Out.  Itevelslokc, H. C,  Itevelstoke branch  I'laiii. -pct-iflratiniis and ('--tiinatcs piien on  application, 'lhe lnrKest stock of ilnor", msh,  brni-kcts, turning", iiinMin^s. bn.*e du-inir*.  kiln-drlc"! Iloorini:, ceiliiijr, and all in side Iln-  ish Isiluc tonrriw here nn the lStli May and  - ill Ik* nfTori'd at v.rice:1 n^ver lietore quoted on  this sirie of Vanroiner. Any one re.iulring any  of till* iilinvi- maieriitl will lie rnnsmtini; their  .���������u n intcri-t- by getting iny price? before  .���������rderuiu'el*ev, here. ' _7ap_-tf  PP.OVIXCIAL SECRETAHV'S OFFICE  EDUCATION  Notice is hereby given that the annual  examination of candidates for certificates of  (|iiiillllc_lfon to leach in the publio schools of  the province will bo held ils follows, com  lnencing on Monday, July 4th, 1898,at 8:43 a.m.':  Victoria In South Park School Building  Vancouver In HIkIi School Huildiiig  Kamloops In Public School Building  Each applicant must forward 11 notice, thirty  days before the examination, stating the class  and grade of certificate for which ho will be a  candidate, the optional hubjeets aelected, and  at which of the abo\ c-named places lie will  attend.  Every notice of Intention to be an npplicant  must be accompanied with satisfactory testimonial of moral character.  Candidate, are notified thst allot the above  requirements must be fulfilled before their  applications cun be died.  .111 candidates for First Clasi, Grade j\. Certificate"!, including graduates, must attend in  Victoria to take the subjects prescribed for  July 13th und llth instant*, and to undergo  required oral examination.  S." D. POPE,  Sui _rintendcnt of Education.  *  Education Ollice,  Victoria. May 4th. 1S08. 7my4tsw  CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT I  EXCELSIOn FRACTIONAL MINEHU.  .   CIjAIM.  Situate in the Trout I_ike Mining Dliiolon cf  West Kootenay. Where located: On S1I1-1 r  Cup M untnln. bounded on the north by  * tha ScotUnh   Chief, rn  tho  south by lh >  " Exctrleior Mineral Claim.  Tako notice that I, Elgar A. Bar.njtt, Krot*  Miner'a Certiflcut' No. ;W089 A, Issued at V!c-  loiiaon thu 3rd November. 1837, ns agent (cr  ���������end on beha'f of th_ Sunshine Limited. I'ic.  Miner's'Ccriiflcalc No. 0111 A, issurd at New  Wcstmin-tcr mi the 30th June, 1897, lntend.tiO  days from tho date b������reof to apply to llio'  Mining Hccordcr for a Certificate of Impicve-  nients (or the purposo of ob'aillinga cro-.vn  ginnt of the above mineral claim.  And further take notico that Bcti^n.- tinder  .Section 37. must be commenced nefoj-o tlio  ieunance of such C-rtiflcateof lmnroveniont-.  Dated this 3Uth day of March. 1898.  EDGAR A. NBENEIT.  MOUNTAIN FB VCTION/l MINERATj  CLAIM.  Bitnate in ������he Trout Lake Mining Division rr  West Ko tcnay. Where located: On silv-ei-  Onp Muuntiin, boundod on tne east by tho  Scottisn Chief, on tho west by tne Mountain Mineral Claim.   i -,  Take notice -that I. Eilgar A. Bennett. Free  Miner's Certlflcatfl No 20689 A. Issued at v i<--  loria on tbe 3rd November, 1807. as ageot lor I  and on behalf nf the Sunshine Limited, Fre-.' '  Miner's Oirtiflcate No. 6116 A. issued at _\'ov,-  We8tmin-ter on the 3l'ih day of June, 1S97.  intend, GO days from tbe date hereof, to apply  to tho Mining Racorder for a Certiflca'o oC  Impnivements foe tho. purpose of obinijing r.  crown grant of the___y_ mfneraL clai 111.  And further take n_tio_ that-action. under  Section 37. must be commenced before tbo  issuance of snch Certificate of Iqiproi eineni-'~.  Dated th's 30ih day of March, lt98.  30mrlm EU~GAR A. BBKNEIT.


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