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 ry~r)Hrt,tJt^fi,i   AU.'tt~)n)���������r~t-/  ���������?/     ..--���������  ISSTJE3D   TWIOB-A-WBEK -WEDK-BSDAT. S    J^HTID  S-A.T'TJI^ID^.irS-  Vol. H.    No.  S3,  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, M-AY  14, 1898.  $2.00 a Year in' Advance.  1 Hudson's Bay I  Company  -I  [iNCOBroniTKH 1070 *$*  The   Most   Up-to-Date   Outfitteis  in Western Canada.  Intending Prospector. should -rite us ej  for one of our new Polders, which g  contains an cicellent Map and un ft  estimate of the probable cost of a >?.  couiplele outlil for the Oold Field- <*������  Hudson's Bay Stores,     K  Calgary. ^  Caloap.y, Feb. 1. 1S5S S  K  Haig & Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  House Furnishings  Just recoiled direct from Scotland.  If you will come and look at our...  l-ltUS-I"!."!           .. .     TA Pi~STH V    .     . .       WOOL.   .  ... .Maori  Carpets  Dry  Revels  evelstoke  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  JAl-iNl-SI" RUGS AMI FQCARES  ~\ 001. MJUAKKS  FLOOR P*Ij-<"S  C0C0AXUT M.VIS  You will be pleased    jliul don't forget that i.e  ha\ca  Full Range of Linoleums  Also LACE Ol-RTAINS ART Mlif-LINS,  TOWELS and 1OW1jI.I.IX0,UI.1~ 1C1U"I>  nnd u"HIj1'ac:iii~i> table  linen,  Etc . Lie  Dry Goods  ARTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister. Solicitor. Notary Public, Etc.  Oflice: Molson's Hank Hlock,  First Street, Revelstoke Station. B.C.  WM.  WHITE, Q. C.,    .,..  * - r.    *.i-j.^."*-,u^i-"j--"-*"  Barrister, Solicitor^ Notary Public, Etc.  Solicitor fur Imperial Hank of Canada.  Front St'., Revelstoke, B.C.  JAMES  MURPHY, E.A.,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc. ~  Ollice.   Cowan Hlock.*-, P O. Ho" 19S.  Third St, Revelstoke. B.C.  A line assortment.  B-Ots and Shoes  Our s>tork in the nhovi* dep.u tiiie.nl, is  now complete, embracing .ill  tlio latest novelties.  BLOUSES  Weare showing i lingo la-iety of the icrv  luiest --Uie-, fnnn "fl up A jnii line x.enrv  i-leu.ing out at ,~e>c and 75e , 1.011I1 .1 and .1 <jU.  STRAW   HATS  Sailor*, and Walking for ladies' and cliildsc'i's  wear in licue-l and licit shapes.  GLOVES  One make onl"., i\huh we consider the best  Ennl l'euiiei ii. Co.'= rreucli Kid, e\try pair  guaranteed.  FLANNELETTES  Cood in point of quiililv at risht prices  LACE  CURTAINS  Ei.e hundred pair*, to select from.  Thiee vards long, taped edge*-, V per pair  Three "and a half > arils* long, tape 1 edgos  ������1 _.. and upwards. '  CRETONNES AND ART MUSLINS  Our   range    ol     thc__    goods    cannot    be  sm passed.  SHEETING  J-iom 72 u-.. to Nl iii. in plain and twill  Circular Pillow Cotton, III in. and li in. Also  Head.-Made Sheets and l'llloi. Cases.  COTTON^  r,lc-ihed and unbleached, from Ge per laid.  TOWELS   AND   TOWELLING  1 well iiisoitcd stock ul-a.-. on hand.    Pure  Linen 'lo-el. from 1-J^c.    'I h(-se are special  mine and cannot be beaten at the price  bpecial bale this week oi Dress Trimmings-  Iriniiiiing at lie. per mid, reduced lo Hie  1 ii mining at ���������_.)_. per _ard, reduced to  Trimming at Tie per >aril, reduced to  I'riiiiimiij ai -.-._*. per..nrd.ieduced to.  Tr).inning ut "Oc per - nr.l, ruiliiecd to  othi i lines at similar reductions.        -  Silks fur llloi.ses and Ti .'ii'i'iu'-. worth Mr  W)c .".'if ,*l unci ~l.*"'i pe. >url;  tins week, lUc,  "iOl . l.u . 7.-.c and ~l per , ar.l ,  A  line of All-Wool 0.'i-hn'.e:es, usual price  r,0c , reduced to l"e. *  l."ie  17' -tc  _ ic  .1).  ~_._B.est and hest a.soiUncut iu lliu town.  And ici'icinbcr to ask to * _e our lines of  Straw and Felt Hats  We will -ell  at  rock.bottom  prices,  tr.. tu plea-e .ou.  .".id v. ill  C_"B_'Hume &'Co.  Revelstoke Station, Revelstoke and  Trout Lake City,  B.C.  DR. MALLOCH,*  Physician and  Surgeon.  McKenzie Ave.. Revelstoke Sta.,  B. C.  - ELLIS -&=.GP.OGAN,-   Insurance, Coiiunission and Mining  Broker..  Calgary,  I ire  Alta.  Insurance Co.. of  -maran������������������ M. num.JHJJuaaxt*  ���������""���������  BOURNE BROS.  THE   Two Jolly Nights ....  Friday and Saturday  _ -  _. Mav III .md.ll.       ._  _.  Agents for the c_av>;r  America.  1'eprescnted by XV, Morns, Ho\ elstoke.  r.nlf  ROBERT SAMSON  \. Wood   Dealer  and  Drayman.  Uraying and deli.cry work a specially.  Teams al'iais ou IihiuI nt shortest notice.  Contract-; for jo'.'b-.ng lukeu.  Agent for the Mmuliird Oil ("on-.ptny.  Tilt' Fatuous  MacKenzie-Glover  Grand  Saltish Concert Co?  <^__^-~ Kam loops  Dealers in Dry Goods', Grocer.es  and Liquors  can fin nihil all necssary until is "and supplies lur iniuci s .-ind  piospciloi-s going civeiiand to  tlio Goldlields*  _V-i_Uhe_Ca.iboo_Road,.  and   .mallei'   for   sunpli*;-.   at  -i" Hazlcton and Glexoka. ,    -  Writo tit parti-uhirs. -apt  JUDGE   BY THE   RECORD.  The opposition pii~-.sh.is elc.ired up  the dic'ticmiiry in sen: tli of epithets to  apply to tlif Turner goiiu nineiit. hut  the cliiL wlicn panned out beems generally to leaves two small colcn.s in lbe  cililoii.il p.m. "iiicipabli"' and '-iin-  scinpiilii.i-." It. ib passing strange In  iind men of over llie avci ige ability  and Lonspic noil's probilv in the; mini-  noeiiiL'iit oi their pi iv.itc.ill.iiis, tiaiis-  fornit'cl into a gang of unsci upnlou*. incapable-, when joined loj-elhcr load-  minister llio business of llie piovince.  But putt iiu; aside the .1 pnon inipiob-  alnlit.v ol Ihe charge, how does it tallv  ivith the acty.il lecinil ol the I'm ner  .ulnuni-ti.itioii.-Jioiioily can deny that  the piovince has fliiiuts'-ied, nay nd-  v.iiKcd bv leaps and bounds under  their guidance. Tho must, notable pi o-  giess b.is been made in our own liiin-  inu: eli.sUicl 'of Koolenay and this  pro<j;i('Sb has been i ee'intiii/'. tl and ii'.i-  t"ii.illv aided by thu ejovcinmeiil.  They have done,.i tfie.it. deal towaielb  opeuimr up the c-ouiitiv unci m advei-  lih'mgf ilMC'&onit'e-. -Moi e inu_;l:l have  been done had "Wesl Jvoolenav been  ii,oie foi tunati'iin her l epicsentalioii  m the lct_~i_J.itdie.*. All Lhus ib undu-  ninlilp.  But, let us take tbe -rs'.inn now draw-  inet  to  .)   dose*'.md  ivb.iL  do v.-e lind?  This, incapable goiei nmeiil has di.iwn  ,up   one   nf   the   mosl     sttite'siu.inlikc*  schemes ior helpins- the fainit'i*. out ol  their   dil.iinlt.ies   yet, put   loiw.ud in  Ci.in.idii.   Tin*1   incapable .mil  uiibcru-  pulous  .'idimnislr.ilioii   has  iust   completed   oik* ol   the most   hiismc-s  l.l.e  .md s,itisi,i ileuy b uir.iins tin   (lie ((instinct ion ot lhe Yukon rr.ltt.'v xel on  recoid, in   the _ Diun'iiion.    This    in-  cip.ible and   unsi i upnlouo (.ibinct has  just completed iiilhoufc a Inul. of sc.in-  clal, e\tiavas. ini-i-  m "meiTieieni y  the  iiin;-=t" irovei ihiicnt lviilduiir  iii Canada  ouUide    of    the    Dominion    eapit.il.  Uniler   then-   ie(.i*.li*bs    ifiiidancc*    the*  eiedit. of the pioiimu siinds.   limber  th.in lh.it of any colonial  -.oveiiiiiient  on   the London" m ul'-if, nilic.li   ib  no  toiioii.lv ntti.iL'l.'d by lack 'it   honesty  mil   I'.ipu-il.v   in   the (oiid'ie t ot   tin-  ait'aiisiil    people th it o.ie   it    nioiiev.*  ll seems io t.lut IIiiiiAi.n, and  the tail  -. wins to be d.i wniiitr  on.t  _i������i;l   manv  ollii'i people*, lfi.il    til's kind   of   liiea-  n.ic ilv and ups'.'1-npuloii-.iii'Ss-mils lhis  jiioviuce   to '.i*  dot.    It   seems lolhe  llBlt .1,1". and,llu" nwu'  tiie cli.u.iLtor  of lbe pci-so'iieli'ot -tlie*   opposition dt-  velopes ity"J(.~Sie.i*l������io,r,0'X"i-. its-opinion  b-.-oiiVc.*s.3ili,a   this kind or   mim rup'i-  itiusnc'b*; and  ine.ip.u'ity uould   b'l  ill  e\( li.iiif.cd lor the hi ilb.iut fienins nf ,i  H.-mlin   or   .)    Kellie  or   the- politic *)l  mle^i ilv of  Hi.n. Jos_.p>   jM.uti'i.    It,  mnv seem  very  d-1 eadltil. but  that  is  abo'iit the l* av'the  tIiiii-C looks  to the  HiiRALii. and .igood  many other people,   ivlio   h ive" li~'c;n    n.iti huiij    the  ���������came! (iiiielly, iiithoiil i~eel.ii inp; lliein-  sc*lves on one bide or the olhei   appear  to In* coining  aioiind  to lhat.  opinion  theinselios.  PANISH  Formidable Force   Despatched  to the Philippines.  A SPANISH  FLEET  VANISHES  THE CONDUCT OF THE WAR.  tvery-  of the  J.   R.   HULL   fit   CO.,  B utch-ro and Wholoanle and Rotu.ll Donlors  in Botf, Pork, Etc.  Kamloops and Revelstoke.  All orders iri our line promptly tilled.  GAMBLE & O'REILLY,  Civil Exgiskehs. Phovixcial I_axd  Subvkyohs.  Accountants and ficnenil Agents,  Nelson and Rossland, West Koolenay,  llritiih Columbia.  Jlr. William JMaekenzie   Atibtialabi.i'.s Famous I'.iriloiic  and Huinoiist. The peer of the  Kii'.-it KKNNKUY.  Sliv, Jessie Glover   New Zeal.-ind'.s talented yomiK  Sli.iki'speaie.'in .'ind eliarae-ter  art ibte.  Mirth - Music - Mirth  Kndeii.sed  by press and  public alike.  The event of the season.  Pi-lech :   2a. 50 and ITi c cnlb  Chas. E. Reid h Co.'s  ������ Advertisement   -  Will appear In tills space in our next issue.  Death of Dalton McCarthy.  TnitoXTO.M.ii-lI������������������D.illiui MeCnlhi.  Q.0...1 l'..dii*i"l loii'srlit about. Ou'i'lock  rioiii the elTci'ts ot llie accident on  Hiindav last uhen ue ivns thn-wii liom  bis i-iij'.iu-.linst a li'leioal'h pole All.  ~.Ii'(~.nlliv h.is hoi'eiccl between hie  and de.ilh (*"cr situe. "ilcmib.'i-ol the  ianuly-weie .lioiipd-lihii.ibu'^h'i-.h.i'l.  been "imi mm ions some bonis befoie  death. Ml. .".iet-l.u thy was drivinur lo  the Union slalnm lo lake the ti.nn to  Ottawa when the accident, oceutvo'l.  The nic'.ilestic'itii't is felt in Toronto  where he was pei'.-mi,illvpopular np.u t,  fiom lIliedis.inie.lion he bad won iu bis  ptol'ession and politic*.. The funeral  takes pi'in* on Siiuiday and will no  doubt be made a meuioi.ilile niaik of  icbpeet to the deee.-u-eil.  ��������� Iust, anived one; c*ase of new lies  consist mir ol bmvs. knots and derbys,  the iiolihiest in toMH at Bourne I'i o-s.  Ih'(is._  ,'.r,L,yrrll_i mjwnrj������TFV*~-n  Gladstone Sinking Fast���������Attempt to  Poison U. S. Soldiers at Mobile-  Spanish Prisoners at Key Wast Forced  to Live on Fish Straight���������Vancouver  Eoard of Trade Condemns the Laurier  Government���������Kindly Wait Till Next  Tuesday and the Grand Invasion Will  Eegin.  Special 10 the Herald.  London-. Mav 12.���������Gladstone i<*-*iiik-  ir.K* He cannot ht-tem to eonvei.salion  ind is unable in talk. lie gives his  l.uewell hle-bins to thobu who visit  him. .  Wasuincitov. May 12.���������Spanish  pi isonei *, at Key "West weie found in a  -ad plight, by Red CJioss volunteeis  loi uniled Slates. They had b.'en liv  im; on nothing but fish, as ihe United  Stales [leet had no msli net ions to teed,  them.  I.ear Admii.il R.impson has been m-  slii.eteei not to seize poito Rico, but  to leinain with the Heel oil Havana.  The iiii-.ision.oi Cuba mil begin on  TiicmUv ne**.!. Atli'i the island has  -suueuileied. il --"pain does nol dee l.u e  hei sell whipped, the attack on II ivana  will begin.  Ati.axtv, Gi~(H~oi v. May 12,���������Spanish spies li ive made a^.ocund atteinpt  to poison United States snldiei:* at,  camp Mobile hv pulling *a(.ks of .-u-  .seniein theslieaui the uoldiuis drank  Yaxcouvi"!!, May 11.��������� The Bonid  of Trade heie consiileied at gleit  length last night the aciiuii ot.lhe D i-  iniiiion Goyeriiineut in. shipping Dt������-  n.mioti supplies into the Yukon by u  Yankee Go. iia.. Seattle'. Tliey due id-  eel that ab tivo lliudb of tile supplies  'vei e* going via. Yaiicouvcr lhe goe ei n-  ini'i.t wus toinniitlmg apioss iaull nut  llielitsl. -shipnietit hid lo he rushed  through at nice hy method mentioned  as the ease now .stands.  Piuiie Albert of "Flanders was in  Yancou-.-ei vi'&teiitl.iv on his wnv east.  . M il)RI!)..".M.iy 12.���������An oilicial despatch liom Havana-says:-Tim t-uoniy.s  s(|iiadi on has disappeaied. Fue uar-  blnps li.ive gone eastwiiid. -  Lon-dox, "iMay I-i���������A Al.idnd d".s-  p-iteh savs that, 5()0i) .men have been  ordei ed to join the Spanish colors on  mi expedition againsl Dewey. A most  lui unliable force bus been oidcred out  to he di.pall lied to till* Phillippines.  Nothing ii halever h is been seen ot  the Spanish All.inlit lleet.    It  is lost.  Kfy Wm, May 12. :J:oO p. in.���������In  a small eiig igcmenl oie O.ude.n.is b,iy  tli- Aui'.'i'iiaiis nii'L with a leveise.  The toi pedo bo it Winslow and the  gun boat Hudson ian in along thei ear  slioieitnd the\Vin*loiVgeiting hetween  the Iiie of the loi ts and lho Spanish  gunboats was distilled. Lieut.  Badglev and a nun.hei ol ntheis ivtiic  killed, "The Hiiiilm.it Hii'l-sOT tlnew  the Winslow'a line and steamccl with  her out of danger. She iv.es beached  on Pedros Island and I he wo.milecl and  l~ill~~d-lTikf*irto-Ki*y-Wi*si7-��������������������������� "  A special lrom Foil do lu.ince.  H.ivli, says that the Amerii.in  sciuadron's ships .ire now boiuliaidmg  S.in Juan di Porto Itico.  OTrAWA. Tday 12.--The liberal  caucus at Ottawa told the govoriuiienl  today to wind  up the  session  <piickly  Nothing Decisive Done so Far.  thing   Depends on the  Result  Daltle in the Atlantic,  special to the ili.i'i'l.n.  llAl.nwx. -May->.���������The situation lt-  iniiius unchiinged. Tin; >\ lieie.ilioulb  ul lhe CJ.ipe* S'eule fleet, is unknown  and the Tollv (il lhe fust lianlie i lish  ��������� ���������I S,imps.iu's M|ii.ulion lioinKey West  to Jl.ii .iim hei-oiues nioie and mole  apparent, eveiy day. 'Tin* idea m.is  tliat lbe Amei leans had only to elicmse  lhe: spot, and lhe Spaniaids would he  obliged lor some uivstet ions leason lo  com'e oier and light them theie. The  Spanish ualuially reluseel to see things  in Ihe .same light. Instead ot " '  straight Ior Havana nobody  when* thev .lie. Today they  pin led at Cadiz, the next el li-  poi l is denied, tliey have  the Pnihppir.es and the next day they  .ue pioiiLiuueeel lost altogether, llie  simple t.iet ol lhe matter, is thai  sailing  kllOMs  art*  le-  llle le-  sl.iited  toi  iltogelber  thev  have oiilnianoeiiveied their oppeiiients.  and me duiilitle-s waiting loi  a. l.ivoi-  able oppoiim.ity to niHi(-t a   toiinid-  able iiouiid.    The laet lhat the Spanish goieuiui'-'iil is sending oulsupplti-  aud uoops to the Philippines  is sittli-  cient   lo   shew    thai   tliey   intend   lo  pioseeule lhe  inn lo the end.     They  unow peiteetly well   that   lhe  Americans cannot, l lsk  lhe  bolih.iiilmeut   ol  ll.iv in.i until lbe issue has heen decided bel������ eel) the tv.o fleets in lhe Atlantic.   Thev evidently do nol. intend  lo  nsk evei vthing  cm  one  lluow   themselves.    Thev   will   attack   when   ihey  are leady.    The c.ipluie of onion boals  and the Iioinbaiilmi'ii". of u-eless  foils  in Cuba eul  no  tiguie  in  the-  icsiilp.  Neilhei, ii iheli nthistold,does Deiiey s  sho������ v piec e of woi k at Manilla. .Man-  lll.t  wnl eeeniuaUy belong to wbicli-  ever ot  the  tuo  poweis  manages  lo  s.veep  the    olhei    lrom   the  Atlantic  sea.    At pie.seiil it does  nol mutter  two sU.n\s lo the ultimate re-iill. who  holds it.    J. ut lrom now out it ��������� will he  ;i tegular while elephant, to the Amei-  li.in goieinuient, until the war ib over.  Tlie ..'me mav In*said ot  Havana and  (Juha general'lv.     And  in   altemplmg  lo iniaile the island beloie their  navy  hashi'ltlcel matti'is with  the Spanish  lleet in lhe Alantie, lhe United  rtLates  aie simplv tempniig Lite.     One would  think lh.it even iheu-1'l.'theisKitepresb  couiel   haidlv    pi event   t.he   coninion  sense ol Lhe American people fiom see-  in.*-1 h.il the relative size, population  and    Health of  the; opposing  nations  toniit ior nothing at-tlus stage (>t the  game, that the  only s.ipenoi'.ty that  coiuil*. ib superiority iu guns and ships  riiidlhiit. hamliere'd   by  inleriority  ui  these particiilais the iiiostfianticcoiu-  age, as evinced bv the Spanish  .-.ultii-s  at   Manilla,   is  useless.     .Now  m  the-  matter of their Allanlic fleets the two  n.ilions .ue so tie.uly equal that, any ol  lbe niiiiieiousaecideiilb to v.'Iuch  the-  niD'leiu btei'l tlad men of war aie  exposed,* may convert at any  tune  t.m  pi ebeiil. hl.ghliiiferiorily ot Spain into  a verv ie.il superiority.    As it is tbey  h.uolit this very tune .in adiantageiii  thai their movements aie secret and  Ihev hiivu i.o vellow journals  to con-  ti'iul with.    I" consequence the American leaileis arc entirely in the dark as  to the wheieahouts and  intentions  of  ANOTHER-DEFE/tT.  For the Americans at Cardanes ���������Railroad'  for tlie Yukon.���������The Grand old Man  Weakening.���������Lord Aberdeen Resigns.  _M.\m:in,    May   ll'.���������(!)   p.. tii.)     A  despatch received lonip-ht say's that the.  American   ships   reassembled    before  *.      .       i i    -  (.'ai danes vest erd ty, but th-it, the gnr-  rison. which  had  lieen" reinforced! repulsed lhe enemv. '  '           ���������                 -     *       ���������;  .   '  'i -   -.  Yictohia, May li.���������"Word h-is bee'ii  received  that a railway will  be  con- .  -*ti ucted at once from Skagwayjto Lake  Bennett, to' b'.* opened  by  December.,  Xo     bonus     is   n-ked.    KiSglish  and'  Auieric-.in capital builds it.  Canadian Pacific Navigation steamer  Monte Ciisto li.is le.icbWl Glenora, being th'e Iii st boat to sail up the Stikine."J  llAV.'Aitonx, May 14.���������Coiiditiofi of  Glad-tone is painless, bill there, is. evi-  deuce of increasing ive.ikness anti" f-iil-  ure of circulation.  Ottawa.  May 11. ��������� Lord* Abeideen-  bas resigned .-us Governor General  of  Canada and his resignation" has  been  iccepted by the Queen.  Condensed Despatches.  The casualties on the American  side  in the bombardment of S.m Juan  di  Poi to Itico were one killed and three     ,  wounded. -'   .      " ^_  A Spanish' squadron 'li'sis been re-. ���������>'���������  ported west of the Windwsvrd isl.inds '������������������-  and the fii ing st]'uadi on' has put to sea' '  in pursuit.        ;     ,       *       .    ^_-���������>���������-    -,'-5-l.J:  ' A United State's gunboat has" landed !.  tieiops at Ciibarne-s under a heavy hre^',  to convev arms lo the Insm-gents.' No lA  Ameiicaiis  killed,  but the Sp.iniiutls,.  io'st he.ivily. -      -    ' ~, .'���������  ��������� A   special   desp itchj from - Havana  slates ih.i-'.XX) Spaniaids  were  killed" ,  in aiec-ent light with  the insurgents."   "  The location of the battle is not given/  *t<M  **V*|  U\������i  ��������� {���������-/  ��������� *. ^'i-  their  their  block  \ ,m,i  lfU._f,_.,-.l.-"_.JV-V,���������  F. C. GAMIU.K. .t. P., M. inst. (\ K.. M. ('an. Pnc.  C. i:., P, Ij. S- for K. C. (late Kesulcnt hn-  glnecr Department  ot  I'ulilie   llorks   in  Canada in 15. C.) Nelson, I". C.  FnAvcis .1. O'Ukiu.v. Aisiw.M.Inst.C. t., P.Ij.s.  for IJ. C ltossliind, II. C. * -ljl.it'  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1658.  Ttrgulir tifctinga ore held in th<*  Ocldtellowti' Hull on tho ucco-id  and  fourth Wcdno'daya of each month al  it 7 :������i p 111.   Visiting brethren cordially  invileo.  On   T   In-I-S-. XV. M.      T. J. Or.AUAMK, Rcc.-Scc.  ,'llir.MV. yin.-i.ep.       Il.fc. wn-ios. ireu*s.  Sale.  IV. G.  Painter and  Decorator \-  First Street East, Revelstoke Station  Graining, r.per Hanging. Hard Wood 1 iiu.sh-  inc. House Painting in all   Pranchc*,  rarr.asc Painting, Olnring, <vc.  I'  MRS.  Wednesday,  May 18  ANNIE   WI.  SARGENT  If it suits you.  2antf  ond you hai c the time to call nnd see  rrc, I can arrange ulih you as re  gards a  Business Suit,  Evening Suit  on .1 Ball ������uit,      _  mado of tbe be_t matciai. manufactured aid iMih v-orkminship that  cannot be excelled. Thirty-eijfht. scara  iNpotience. .....  'ire rrpalrlrK of clothm? receives  sp"eial care. , _, ,,.   _.  Shop���������one door cast of. Fallis Bto_.  ���������-, QEO. HILLS  G.   PETRET'fO���������.������������*������i2_..v  The Roman  Shoe Maker  ni:.\i-i:i: ix hoots axd -.iioi:s   Mackenzie Avenue.  Two Doors south trlolsons Dank  o  Ilnrness Hepu'riiiK done. ^  Moderate Pri( es.   Work Kicirnrrtced.  and giv.i nei aid to any Yukon railway  schemes.  .Mai-iim-. May 13.���������Tlio Americans  attempt ing to laud munitions at Cien-  luecros vesterday weie Hied upon liy  t he land forces and Toi t battel ies. The  Am'eiieans sustained heavy losses/  Another Sp<inish despatch says: Besieged by lhe Ameiicaiis at Cienliiegos  the Spanish repulsed them and diovc  tlii'in oil" with iitucli loss.  Kisy Wr.ST, Mav ll'..���������The Anieric.-in  gun boats dent toyed hull the town of  Cudi'ii.-i-iii vesti'i'tliiy'slight. Through  Lhe smoke a large steam bout, e-.ui he  seen sinking. The town seems to be on  lire.  opponents, ihey have lo alter  plans" lio'iu day to day. now  idiiig Havana, now leaving li.i"  tor Poito l.i'.o. now leturiiing  .witliouL.-11-i omp_lib_h"ug_au vniing^Aml  so until ihev loL-ato the Spanish lleet  nnd 11 v conclusions with it the game  will "-ci on. Itis nut veiy thrilliiigly  inteu'sl ing. hut il is war all the s,,lne.  Meanwhile we aro pKiniibi-cl a ie:il in.  v.-ision ot (Juh.ishoitly.  DROWNED  IN SALMON   RIVER  Mining Expert Swept  Down' thi  Rag-  irfr Stream.  Ymir. B. 0.. Mnv !).���������One of tbe sud-  " ' "   1*11111- (le  vel  White  elest events in the history o  curred  there   lust   Silurd.iv evening  ..bout   1   o'clock.   Mr.  li.i |;h  cent ing 11 l.u ge Si ott tsli **y ndii at <  ippii  Will dispose of tlie follow inn nt a bargain.  "Pobitiiely no rcsene.  1 roll lledroom Suite, M-ittress and Springs.  1 Sideboard. Solid Oak.  1 Heating Stoic.  1 Seuini. Machine.  IHiilne Itoom Intension I able. .  ������    I  I ued-tead (Mutlre's and Spring-).  1 Cluck (Iron Case).  1 Small 'lablc.  Chair*).  Dlshe^'and Crockery. L  Ucsidcnce near th"  nobiiiton''. Mill-    snlc  i-onimi'ncr - kl I p.m *aarp  Court Mt. Begbie,  I.O.F., N0.346,  Meets in the Oddfellows' hull 011 the  '.Mid and Ith Pridajs  of each niontli. Visit-  ini; brctliien iniilcd  to attend.  .1. B. ccott, C. K.  .1  li. Smith, Jt. S.  Dissolution of Partnership  ���������"-niiec is hurclivBuen that the" partnership  heretofore subsistou. between Oust. Mind arid  ppti*- niifaull, cam lm: on business at the  iilnl'ii"��������� Kxc anrc ���������'eielsloU', has been tin*.  da'M consent.    Cln.sl. Miiid  -iiii coiilinuc to carry on tho businesi, to  1. in all! .".onius ������'.'.n.~ to the hue i.n.. must  be paid.   He will also assume all liabllilie*  (.-igncd.)     f.isT. I.t-s'P.  P. Du-.iui.T.  llnijdnUv  Witness: .1. V l'erks.  The Revelstoke Photo Co,  Revelstoke,   -       -   -    B.C.  NOTICE  Public JicclniK ������-' Mouduv eieniiif: at R "W at  the Court House lo hear report of cnmniilP'es  appointed to collect subscriptions foi tliu  ���������reason's-ports ^ ^ ^^^  Scrretary.  THE DEAD  A Drov/ned Corpse Rising out of the Biff  Lor; Jam of the Illecillewaet.  Last, Tuesday night 11 railway hand  mimed McDonald, woiking in P. Jl-  (.ody's gang at the IMth ciossmg ol lhe  lllee'.llew ml. about t hiee* miles auove  here, met with a curious and slailling  expci iunce on the big i.im in lh'' river  theie. lie saw a coat, as he thought,  lying on the top logs of llu* jam and  went to grasp it. When he* gave a |crk  nl the cD.it to his ani.'r/L'inenl ���������_ human  arm rose up .mil the hand of a dead  111:1:1 almost, siiuck him in Hie Lire*  AB he let go of llu* coat in hoi ior an I  spi.mg back, the body., elisiui bed m  its position turned louiid niniil the l'Vs  ol'lhe*.i.in. anel dise'l(.se<l U. (he* hor. 1 ..''I d   , .  gaze of tbesolil.uv   witness  the  liul|;|,-'  and s������ 1 illen f.ie e of the driiii n"d co: P-e  of.-i man appaiently -still m his youth.  A- he looked the body was swept  un-  before bis eies and sunk  between  w.is having a budge placed over the  Salmon river at the mouth of 1 eircsi-  pine creek, and while out oiitbetiin-  liers' lost Ins fooling, fell mo the*  Salmon liver and ~ia*- dioiined. Mc  White was an f-pt'it .-wiiiimer. Iml,  the cm rent, was so swift it. was iiihiiv  sihle-for him lo make shote. lbeie  was citiite a foice of men at wen k on  the bridge' at the. tune, and. all was  done that mis possible, lull Sir. XX lute  could not. he saved. Me landed about  :m v.iids down the river, nut was dead  befoie the men could gel to hiin.  llinj'_t  el tt  STCMO      DOIGL. S STtCET.  HOUSE AMD LOTS FOB SALE  For side, a lKu.se and *0 loot lot on Third  rtrcel, near llie ( oiwin block, a:'d a :u foot lot  ncnrlv opposite lh" Coi.rt lions..*  Appl* ni the Herald ofiicc.  the logs of the jim It still lein.ims  under the logs and can he felt 111II1 a  slick. Mr. Codv leported the occur-  niic-e to the police, and Ihey went up  theie yesterday to see what could lie  done.  ���������You cm have voiu choice of $2 00  and $:{.00 htUs for $1.00 at Bomnu  Bros.  The Spanish claim that' the Mont-  seuat his urn the blockade ami enteied Iluiimi'.-  "Miss Francis of Yale." - (  Mi. Jas. 11. Love, advance agent ���������������  a lirst 1 lass comp my which is playing  with gieat siicilw "'Miss Francis of  Yale"' is in town today, .-md has uuidij  .(dale at Tapping's theatie for next  Tiiesd.iv. The ' company comprises  Mr I-"li(>niic Getai-dot. who Lie.ited  the role of Ohm lie's Aunt on this continent. Mr. Ituyiiumd Uapp. long i-oii-  neeted with tin* Globe und A audevilk*  llit'.irres in Loudon. Miss I'r.uicis  Young. Mr. J~ienton Thorpe, the 111.111-  01 igimil "Little Billee in  1'iilbv and other--. Tliey will give*  Keveistokcatie.it. such as this place  has hitherto had but little chance to  enjoy. .  pair of oVeralls  ���������Get your boy  from Bom ne Bios.  Mens' tweed pants from $1.3') aiid  upwaids at Bom ne Bios.  Men and Ruv's sweatee- iu nil cole is  and prices at Bourne Bios.  A London despatch says that many  11 ell infoimed people believe tint the  pope. L-o XIII. ins heen dead for  some weeks, but the Vatican .���������mtlio.-il-  ii'.-li.i. i-suppie-scl the .-ninoimci'mt nt.  The Quaker Vapor Bath. ., . ���������" ,'������^  As will be seem  iu  his  advertising (' -    ^  space Mr.  C.  J.  A'man has  been  ap-~- , J."  pointed general  agent  for Kootenny     r 1 , "��������� I  lur the famous Quaker Bath Cabinet.. "   ,,  These cabinets pi e'sent an opportunity    - "*���������; ���������>,  in a cheap and poi table form of taking      , \ ^ _;-  a 1esul.1i' v.-ipoi* bath,' and  experienc- -���������*- - ':**'.,  ing'the  mai-vwlfous  eff.Tcts:"upon  the     i(   .' ,f  sv'stem of this cleansing, purifyingiiud -     , * ���������*f  iiivi^oiating    method   ol    treatment.-       ,v  Call at Aman's and ask to see them.       ''     g  We Are Now a City. __    -,    ~ -. _..' _ /  The' Kevelstoke Incorporation bill,,- ,_��������� J  was lead the third time and passed m^;., 1,  Thursday. ' ������ - ''--v^  DIED - t\'lZ>  Co~~"~~~-\N���������-VT-. the. HalcTon . Hot -'"*'-., ",-f *  Springs uiiSth inst. W. J. Coffiman, '*- v.'^-o  aged 30, ot bionehitis. * ~'rUi,'-  " *'     -   '��������� ,*(j;"*ji  Toduj'5 Local Xe������s. J-"*   ,  ���������See. our black sateen shirts for SLOO ' '/ -'"'  and $I.2."> at Bourne Bros. '     , ' ' ,7l'C  ���������Sl.OO will buy the best and heaviest \ "J ~'"���������  sbitt in'town at'Bourne Bros.'.' ,"    .    -    v*  The lumber of Tbe extension   outlier . '',','  Holel Kei eKtoke is on the ground.     _     , - , *',,"  A: AV. Mcintosh", the father of Key- -    .',  stone.t.itno in on theLytton Inst night. &.������  Ycirload of canned  goods  is being ^ * .'<  unloaded tiidiiy at C. B. Hume to Co's.. -  ^  ii.-ielfouse. ;   '.'  There is to be practice for No. 1 lire J     j.  brigade   every   evening     next   week, J.  coiiiinencing ut7::J0.          ~-^  Ladies call nhd insppct our new stock-  of iin'poi'letl diess goods, liices m.d  prints.   The finest selection in town -ic r  O. B." H11 ine to Co's. n . -  Messrs. IT. A~. Turner nndT. D. Pick- ���������_      ' ,;  ard are leuving  tonight for Lillooet.  They intend tut-turn in ubouta iiionlh  niid'opcn np an assay olVu-e in town.- '  Tlie Lytton tame down yesterday  a tier fust making a trip down as far  as Carnes meek and up again lo Laporte during the: day. In the evening  she left for Arrowhead.  R. XV. Piitinori! has wiitten to A.  Mcl.ae saving that the shoot for t he  Kevelstoke cup will take place on Dominion Day and not on the 24Ui, so the  gun" club will be able to t,-ike part in .  onr local celebration of the Queen's _  biilhduy.  At the meeting of the No. 1 Fire Brigade l.isc night the nomination*, of tne _  offiivis made on Monday evening w.-re  confirmed. Undei the energetic 111:111-  a"emeiit of their new chief, Mr. McKae  tlie* biig.ide will no doubt take a fresh  lease ot vitality.  The IlkKAUi would suggest to Chief  Mcltaeth.it the iiie alarm should 110  longer be allowed to summon'' the  bugade to" meetings, but be strictly  confined to the signal purpose  of icuising'the brigade lor duty. Those  old iiie saws place this town in class  J" anvhow. As soon as the town -  gets down to biibiness we must have a -  proper bell.  Piov.   Const.   McKae and  a party ,  went up to the 1st crossing yesteitlay  afternoon to see if tbey could una imi  trace of the bodv found on the* log jam  at the foot of the big slide there below,  ihe bridge.   The coipse had however  been suJked down out of all possibility  of finding it and the party returned  without     accomplishing     anything.. -  There is no opinion offered as to tlio..  identitv of tbe dead man. nor is any-  liodv known to he ii_"i������mg. >V.  &  Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interest*. o������  Revelstoke, Lardeau. Big Bend, Trout Lako  lllecillewrtct, Albert Canyon, .Ionian  Pass and Eagle Pass Oistriclu.  A. JOHNSON Propplelo".  G. E. GROGAN Editor*.  tion bat to wax wroth when the  same healthy scrutiny was turned  upon their sacred proceedings.  Apparently tho Liberal creed i.s  that Auditors General tiro needed  for Tory governments only. But  Sir Louis Davies and his colleagues  will find that they cannot mako  wni'Oti the Auditor General without putting their own motives  under something darker than  -suspicion.  A Semi-Weekly Journal, published in tho  interesta of,RevelBtoke and lho Burroiiiidini.  district, Wednesday- und _alurda. h, iimkins'  .loscsl connection- with nil trains. .  Advertising Rates *. Display ads, ?1 "0 per  coltminiucb. ������".t>������ pcrinch _vheninsc-ru.don title  paire. Lepal aoa. 12c p-r (nonpareil) lino for  ttrst insertion; 8c for each additional insertion.  Heading _otices. 1 Jo per lino each issue, Birth,  _arn_KO and Death notices, free.  Hubacription Rates: By mail or carrier. $100  per annum ; jJI.'o for hix mouth-, strictly in  advance. _        .. .  ,  Our Job Department: lliu H~tie������i.i> .Tob  IVpartment is on", of the best equipped  urintmKOiBceii in West Kootenay, and in pro-  lM.rcd to execute all kinds of punting in llr.->l  class style at honest prices One prico to ml.  No job too large���������none too small���������for us. Aliul  orders promptly attended to. Givo us a trial  on yourne_toid_r. .  To Correspondents: Wo mi correspond-  "ence on any subject of Interest  "o tho geiicr.il  .luelgiug from reports l'i'oiu_ S\n-  drid, Spain lui" tisiiKiny enemies at  home a*i abroad.  The American navy lias cup*  tured a Spanish lishing smiicl".  Thus tho war wags merrily along.  In view of tho fact that America  was discovered by :i Spaniard,  Spain no doubt thinks the Yankees  a highly ungrateful people.  Uncle Sam : "All 1 hopo is  SSS.&t'"^���������? "&>' fCBLur?ouCndfnaK my navy isn'ttakinff schooners        ���������   small as the  beet has ri'-"  that  is  ^envdeei?Ujke������Jln aUriaBes������ai'e bon^Hd^namo | small as'the kind i'lii getting since  ottha writer muataccompany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke. 3. C  NOTICE Tl CORRESPONDENTS.  1. All correspondenco must be legibly  written on one sido ot the paper only.  2. Correspondence containing personal  matter miiBt be signed with ti-_ pr per name  of the writer. , . .  3. i orrespondencc ivith reference to an}  thing that has appeared in another paper  rauBt flrsc be offered for publication to that  paper before it can appear in The Heuai.d.  Mr. Mulock hns dismis-.-d 521  postmasters since he came into  ollice. Give him time andhe will  make a complete job ot it.  SATURDAY.  MAY     11.  1S0S.  THE A UDITOR GENERAL  Itis to be hoped tht t Admiral  Samson will not follow the  disastrous precedent set by his  illustrious tho' unfortunate namesake but will endeavor to keep his  hair on.  PR01IIB1 TION A ND  DRUNKENNESS  As a piece.* of practical evidence  apropos of the coming plebiscite  thu following from the London  (l'-iiglatiel) Spectator is interesting:  "The Times of Wednesday published a  valuable account oi the  working   of   prohibitory  laws   in  Norway.     The peoplo   thero   are  genuinely alarmed  at the spread  ol'    spirit,    drinking,    and    after  trying   the   Gothenburg   system,  which purilieil  tho pot houses, IX  towns resolved to prohibit tho sale  of spirits   altogether.     They did  prohibit   it,  eio.ing   every   spirit  shop, with the result that drunkenness immediately and decidedly  increased.   Not only was a strong  kind of port wine drunk in epian-  tities-, but illicit stills were set up  in   most   buck kitchens, and   the  people drank the raw fresh spirits  with   lamentable   results.   _ Even  the children  were   found   intoxicated, and  tho arrests for drunkenness increased by from 30 to SO  per   cent.      Prohibition,  in   fact,  totally failed, as   it always   will  fail where it is not supported by a  popular    conviction    that    it    is  criminal to drink alcohol.   Then it  succeeds,    and    then    also   it   is  totally unnecessary.    IL is always  forgotten  that the population of  any town  or village can prohibit,  the   sale   of   liquor at   once   and  iinalIy  by   tho   simplest,   of   expedients,���������viz:   Not buying them.  The dram shops will not give away  one   drop.       Drink    is    not   sold  because   it   is   seen,   but   because  it is wished for."  OTTAWA    CORRESPONDENCE  FRANK BARNARD  Brick and Stone Mason  inlluence has again  itself. fn order to be  ____��������� -_ Mr.' Richardson. M. P.,  has kindly consented to withdraw  his government employee garnishee bill.  Party  asserted  obliging  THREE MILES OK TUNNELS  Montreal Star: The attack whicli  the" Liberal   Ministers   appear   to  meditate     upon      the      Auditor  General is more than an   exhibition of the notorious ingratitude  of political  parties���������it is a threat  against, perhaps   the   chief  safeguard   possessed    by   parliament  anel   the   people    for    tlieir   protection from the always possible  encroachments    of     an     always  possible   aggressive   and   corrupt  Ministry.    The  Auditor   General  was not appointed   and   has not  been paid all these  years  to   do  nothing but read the proofs of the  government's cash account.    His  oflice was created for the express  purpose ot  making sure that the  Ministeis would spend the money  voted them  by parliament in the  way -' intended    by    parliament.  Through  the long years of Conservative government, the present i  Auditor General stood at his post  and insisted upon this Ministerial  obedience to the decrees of parliament     amid     the     enthusiastic  applause   of    the    Liberal   Opposition.     The Liberals, from Mills  to McMullen, could find nothing too  eulogistic to say of his work; and  if- ever a   Tory Minister   showed  irritation at the objections of the  Auditor     General,    the     whole  nhalanx   of  Liberal   desi.s   were  banged with indignatiou, and the  government was accused of trying  to   muzzle  the watchdog   of   the  people   in  order    that' it   might  euiDty the public, purse at its will.  It is significant that this government, which has broken theiecord  for extravagance, iinds in less than  civo years that the Auditor General  is in "its way. SirLouis Davies, than  ���������w-h~6i_fu"n~"one~was~louder ir~"the-c_ kit-lays of Opposition in* denouncing  the Tory treasury board  when it  ventured     to     override   the   objections of tno Auditor General, is  now ��������� as    loud    iu    Hailing   that  official     for     daring    to   ornrpst  agnin-'u the payment of SS.0O0 to  the, Quebec  and   Lake   St. John  Railway Company, for which he  w could see no provision in the esti-  mates that alone had received the  approval of parliament.   The case  was certainly  a curious one.     A  railway company, absolutely without any understanding with the  government at- all. certainly without   the   authority   of   a   parliamentary vote, engaged in elTorts  to  attract    immigration   to   thei  district that it serves���������a worthy  work.    After this was all done, an  Order-in-Council       was       passed  granting the company "HS.ODO for  its efforts of this kind "within the  last two   years."      To   this-,   uio  Auditor General   mildly objected  that, there wns no warrant for it  in the supply bill.   A long corres-  ..onderice ensued, in which it wus  brought out  thnt the government  were presuming that they had the  right to use the general  immigration vote in this way, which presumption  the Minister of Justice  and   thetreasury   board   subsequently '.sustained.  When it is rpinembered that the  first Order-in-Couneil did not even  state.that the grant, was made  under the. authority of the general  immigration vote���������giving no  authority for it at all���������it is .surely  plain that if there ever was a ease  in.:which the Auditor General  ���������mould check a pnyment by a  Minister, pending the action of the  treasury board, this was one. Yet  it is for this that he is now being  violently availed by some, at  least of tbe Ministers.  This is a matter in wliich every  tax payer in Canada, is interested.  If the powers of the Auditor  General are reduced, or if the  official " himself is cowed, the  Canadian treasury will be much  less safe than itis today. It is like  the hypocrisy of a party, which  talked economy whpn out of office  .nnd then increased our expenditure when they came into power,  to take advantage of the services  of the Auditor General when they  were the critics of an administra-  A fowl "Jot has been discovered  in Washington. " A number of  black Spanish hens who were  believed to have been laying for  the Americans for some time have  been sentenced to death.  After all is said, the slaughter of  a, mule at the bombardment of  Matanzas is a more dreadful waste  of life than is likely to happen  throughout the ontire. campaign of  the .Globe against the Senate.���������-  Toronto Telegram.  Under the proposed post.nl savings bank order of things the (!ov-  ernment will encourage thrift, but  not too much thrift. It will pnv a  depositor ot $500 the sum of $15 a  vear interest, but Min depositor of  '$510 will only get $12.75 a year.  ..Some wicked enemy of Laiirier-  ism has suggested that in the prohibition plebiscite the an ti.. should  abstain from voting and so obtain  a good big embarrassing majority  for the Government. To those  who take to politics for the fun  that is therein, a, more promising  idea could hardly suggest ici-elf.���������  Montreal Gazette.  The many friends of'Max O'Rell  and the public in general will read  with avidity his "Reminircence-*  of a young French Oflicer" in the  Mav number ot the North American Review. They consist, ot* a  succession of incidents, humorous  and grave, culled here and there  fro tn Ma_s_.0_U._el )_s_po_rs_o_n a l__e__-u__i___.  euces in the field during the Frtm-  on-Gf-rman and the civil wars of  1S.I0-7J, narrated in the inimitable  style of tbe author of John Bull  aiid His Island.  Afler several months continuous  work, says the Itussland .Miner, the  connection has heen completed between lhe imiiii workings of tho Le  Koi .inc. the tunnel on lhe Black Bear  ground. The connection was made  on Wednesday and the two sections of  the work met without diverging a  hull-'-breadth. The survev was made  by F. A. Wilkin, P.L.S., and the  officers of the Le Hoi are much pleased  with the exactness of. his work. An  upr.iibi* ot about 10 1'eefc was constructed at an angle of 15 degrees from  the wobt !-_."_0 foot level, aud it was at  tliis point that tlie junction with the  Black Bear tunnel was made.  The love! as it now stands from the  shaft, to the mouth of the tunnel on  the Black Bear ground is close to 1200  feet long. The connection was made  not only to improve tho ventilation of  t.he mitii', hulnlso to enable miners to  escape in safety if any accident to the  shaft shoulel hamper egress in lhat  diiection.  Only :i very few feet of work would  be necessary lo drive a shaft from the  Le Koi'-, workings to those of lhe  Centre Star, tlience into the Iron  Mask and from there to the AVar  l"ugle, for the ivoi'Kings of the l.-tlier  minus are already connected. I'roin  the War Eagle it ivould lecpiire only a  feet of work lo connect with the Poor-  liiat), and as the latter already opens  into the .lobie, it would thus extend  the chain of connecting properties  through to the latter mine. The  hori-/.out;il ivot-kiugb- thus connect ed  would measure about three miles; in  length.  A lew issues ago ive published an  extract from the .Stickeen river journal in which was mentioned that "W.  S. Simpson w.i- out fiom his trailing  pobtat the junction of the Muddy and  JLiiLtd rivers, and reported a gold prospecting having wintered there. It  r.o'.v appear*, from information received Iiy 'Chief Factor C.iinseil during his  recent visit io Winnipeg, that, the  party was the Wright and I'oily expedition, which Mr. CanVseH'-s hon?  accompanied.     Then   sent   out   word  -I Kr-i IfttU - t Ilr-    nildsJ-rn's    RltV- Co..   -VJIl  the coast, announcing tlmir safe  arrival on the UDper Liard, a, number  of hundred .mile-; above the rapids.  They would be light in the legion  where Si. C. Lars-mi washed S'20 a "day  in the 'ISO's and would have only a  short stream to Dawson if thev  chos-e  Some of the American papers  are likening Manila to Trafalgar  and Dewey to ..reliou. This is  slopping over with a vengeance.  There i������ as much difference between NeUon'o glorious victory  over a superior force and Dewey'��������������� _  massacre* of an inferior force j  which had not even steam  up as there is between tiger  hunting in India and pnt-bunting  tor du_-._. in the North We*-t.  Japan, the coming nation of the  east, which i.s having 50 new war  shins built, could lend many a  valuable wrinkle to other civilized  countries. One excellent idea it  has i������ ,_ time limit for the sessions  of its parliament. Here iQ the last  oilicial proclamation: "Wo hereby order that the Imperial Diet  be convoked on M.~i3* llth of the  current year, the elm-ation of the  sps .ion to be 21 day~~. Tfis Majesty's  Sicn Manual Privy Seal, l������t April,  180S.. Countersigned bv the  Minister of State." Premier  Laurier might taken pointer nnd  curtail some of those winrly chaps  like -McMullen and Davin.  to go that far.���������Edmonton Bulletin.  _._]riu  Aceoreling to Kx- Postmaster  General Wnnamaker. Pennsylvania politically is almost ns bad  as Culm. So strong and unscrupulous is the Republican  machine I Int. it, ruirismiy ordinary  partv man who venture's to oppose  it. If an independent Republican,  he says, is the employee nf a corporation, lip is thi-(!nteni~d with  discharge: if'lmis n merr-limit. lie  is boycotted: if lie is a clerk, the  head of the firm i-; notified tliat lie  must he suppressed: if Ik*, is int������*r-  c=ted in a corporation, the company's interests are threatened; if  lie ijjii director or a,������t.<icl-:lio!d>'r in  a bank, large customers nre IVuuicI  to threaten the* withdrawal of  tlieir business; if'he is a phy-ii-ifm,  good patrons object: if he is n  lawyer, his clients are given orders  and threaten to leave hiin: if lie.  is a preacher, members of his  congregation protest.  IA.HK.  CANADA  Toronto  32,000,200   -    1,200,000  Directors:  .71. S. Howland, President  T.K.Me-rntt.Vice J~re9., (fit. Catharines)  "William liamsav. Kohiyrl .Talfniy,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayncr  Eliiih Kogers.  D, R. Wilkie. General Manager.  ...jrr-OF  Kt_ac3 OfTice,  Paid Up Capital  Reserve - -   -   -  SrsEOhea  North West and British Columbia  Erandon     'Portage l.a _     'V-.r.rouvei  Calgary       | Pr.iiriejWinnipeg  Edmonton (Prince Albert iRevelstoke  v South Kdmonton.  ONTARIO.  Ksshx |Niagara "alia   'St. Thomas  Fergus        (Port Colborne .Toronto  Gait, j Rat Portage       "vVelland  Ingersoll    Sault St. Marie Woodstock  |St, Catharines i  Montreal. Quf'b"c.  Agents   in   Groat   Britain���������Lloyd's  Batik,   Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,   London,  with-whom money may be deposited  for  tr.itiHlVr  hv  letter or cable lo  of .-hove 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 $1 nnd upwards) received ar.d  interest, allowed.  Debentures- - Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Draft.) and Letters of Credilj��������� Available at all points iu Canada, United  Kingdom, tinitc-d Sl-ite-s. Kurope,  India,, China, Japan, Australia, New  J-eal-ind. etc  Gold   Purchased n  Thifi Hanlc Issuci Sp-*olnl I.ocelpl.s  whioh v/lll "oo fi-countc-l lop nt.inv of  tho Hudson's Bnji Co's. Posts In tli!)  Yut-.on emit northnrn el'strlcts.  A- R- B   HEARN,  Mnnaproi* Rovelstoko Branch  THE AUDITOR GENERAL AWAKENS THE WRATH OF DAVIES  A S300 Mystery���������No Yukon Bill���������Postage to England���������The High Com-  niissionership���������Rat Traps  fSjicciul. Coi'rt'.Kponilcnec.)  Ottawa,   May  2.���������Auditor-General  McDougrl, whose objection!-! to  payments were over rulsd by   the   ministers composing the treasury boat cl,hns  Luken his case"into the public accounts  committee.   The   particular   expenditure di-ctissed is tlmt  of  the  Quebec  and Lake St. .T0I111 Kail way Company,  which got $S,0U0 out of money voted  for immigration.   There  hud been no  contract for this payment.    The  company induced some people to settle on  its hinds for its own benefit,, and afterwards   asked   the   government   for 11  grant out of its immigration   vote for  this service performed during the previous two  years.       The  Minister ot  Justice said that the Governinentcould  ttike the money for carrying families  from one part "of Canada   to another,  if ministers   thought   it  was   for the  benefit of immigration.    They might  even apply the menev tn reward past  meritorious services."   The protests of  the Auditor-General have awakened  the wrath of   Sir   Louis   Davies  who  says that Mr. McDougall is   going   beyond hi? duties. ' A suh������coinniitiee of  the public   accounts committee   has  been appointed to try to   eifuct   some  sort of a settlement of the case.  a S--300 mystehy.  The public accounts committee   has  hnd another interesting matter under  investigation.     Jjiist    May,    Colonel  Domville, M. P., being  then   nboul-, to  go to Kngland with the jubilee expedition, presented an account to the militia department  on   helm If  of   Milton  Barnes, of Hampton. New Brunswick,  for five year. rent, at $0U   a   year',   of  rooms used for the armoury of Colonel  Dnmville's regiment.      A checpio   for  $900 was drawn-in favor of Barnes and  given to Colonel Domville,  who got it  cashed on his own order the   next elay  in Ottawa.    Some  months   after   the  Auditor General   met   the   item and  called attention to the   fact   that   the  cheque had apparently  been-paid to  ���������mother person than the one to whom  it was due.  He ulso showed that there,  was no   receipt from   Barnes -for the  money.    Some months after, a receipt  from 'Barnes wa& produced   acknowledging the receipt of $U0 a year from  F.ed Wedderburn, who hud* the care  of the regimental arms.    As Wedderburn hud an allowance of  $300 to $1S0  a vear for    the    care    of   arms, it is  thought     that     he    paid     the    rent,  from year to year, and that  the   $300  paid to the Colonel is   yet   to   be   accounted for.    Colonel Panel, who gave  the money to Colonel Domville,   is exceedingly penitent.     He. admits that  the payment wai irregular.   . He says  that he will never do the   like   again.  For the reFthe* sorrowfully testifies: "I  confess that 1 felt at the'time   the   influence of a. member  of   Parliament."  But. Colonel Panel  has  one   comfort.  The account, paid bears the initials "R.  .1. 0.," which means that  the  member  of parliamentralso   got   in   his  work  with Sir Richard, tlie acting minister  of militia.  SUN OKIES  ll; i.s now supposed that there will be  no Yukon bill this session. Mackenzie  and Mann will probably build-the  Stikine railway with a small subsidy  trom the British Columbia Government, the province repaying itself by  inking a percentage of the traffle  receipts.  Mr. Mulock has explained to Mr.  Gillies that his plan for introducing  11 three cent imperial postage rate last  Christmas was nipped in the bud by  the action of the home government.  Rut it seems that -1,600 confiding Cana  dian people took . the Postmaster-  General at his word and mailed letters  to .England with three cents ou them.  ~Tfii"~~departmeriU~1-::-wa.s=-iconsiderate-  enough tn pay the short postage which  amounted to $02.  The new member for West Prince  was introduced during the week and  was greeted with cheprs from Government supporters. "The opposition  is pressing for the election to fill the  vacancy in Bagot.  .Mr. Clarke Wallace thinks that the  policy of t.he country in regard lo the  high coinmissionership should be  rt-rons-ideroel. lie believes that agencies should be established at the chief  ports nf Great Britain and Ireland to  promote the sale of Canadian products. Sir Richard says that when  the-session is over a minister will go  to__hc motherland to attend to these  matters. On this subject Dalton Mc-  Cirthy olTeted the; first remarks  heard from him for two sessions.  Rufus Pope calls the attention of  the ronniiittee of supply lo Sir Henry  Jolv's c.penditnre for "three rat  traps." He wants to know whether  thev were u-'-d by the .Minister to  provide fie-di meat for his late fellow-  traveller Li Hung Chang. ��������� ������  The resignation of General Gascoigne  came lather-suddenly. Minister Borden decllilps to explain the reasons for  it, by it is known that a long seiies of  disagreements between him and the  Mini**f**i- have taken place.  The flag of th(~ Parliament Buildings  was at half mast all one day because  of Mr. GIad_-tune's death. The next  morning it was discovered that the  old statesman was still alive.  '.himney building  prouiDtly Httonded  when  called  for.  a   t*P-_i-lty.     Contract-  to,     MiUcrial   furnl-ihcd  All    work   guaranteed.  First Street,' Revelstoko Station.  THE JVU.NI.M BXGHJDiSH  FRONT STREET, REVELBTOKE  it you want employment, or  looking for a houso to rent when  you reach Vancouver apply to  The Vancouver Employment  and House  Renting1 Agency  331,    HastlnRU    Slrcot.    WohI.  Tbe City Scavenger  ____������_____JI, WRIGJ-IT  I3 uroparod to do nil kinds of scavonein).  round town. All order. le(t at Tm: Hi:uai.u  ollice nnd W. 1)7 Pcaso is Company's utoro  promptly attended 10. Yards), lanes and  privies cloaned.  ���������13est $1.00 a day house in town.    White labor only.  The bar is supplied with tho best brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  LDJJD & DURHULT, Proprietors.      -J.' V. PERK.S. JWgp,  F. JWeCJIRTY  ROBERT   FLEJAIJie  Is  prepared to  do all kinds ot  Ligfot Transferring  and  Car-ting    .'  .  Will moet all trains.   The delivery of parcels  nnd Jrom trains ar.d to and from any part of  town will receive special attention.  Telephone your orders to W. Jt. Lawrence  and thoy will bo promptly attended to.  -���������ROBERT FLEMING.  Tfye Vernon Soda  Water3 Wopk,s . ,  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Manufacturer of Soda Water, 3I-Ker  Aio, Barsaprilla and all Soft Drinks.  - A full siipplv kept in stock at McCarty's Cold Storage, where orders  can be loft. . a2U-sw-tf  .Wholesale and Jictail .Dealer in.-   PRLME BEEF, PORK,  MUTTON JIHD SJ11DSME  -JAS.   MeMAHON  General  Blacksmith  AND WOOD WORKER.  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at  ...tfevolstokc,  Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  flerchant's Hotel  IHec-Ilewaet, B. C. .  First-class in every respect.    Good accommodation.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars afc the Bar.  Best  J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Wagons, heavy and light, built to order or  repaired.'  HorseshooiiiK a specialty.  Shop on Doue'is Street, East, Bovelstoke.  S. McMahon, Manager.  Shop" on FirBt Street, just vest nf Union  Hotel, ltevolstokc Station. Jus McMahon,  Manager. ���������. a'_-lf  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  and Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call aud see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW. MILLS  Kevelstoke Station, B. C  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist, Galgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  f'22-tf     '    Columbia House  . The" largest hotel ' in  town.        Centrally    located  Choice * Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars  Best    accommodation.        " Bates    SI     per    day  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE    . '"--'..-,  Stockholm Ifouse  Large light bed rooms.     Rate-i  Table    l'lirnisbeil   with"  the choicest the market  affords.     Best   Wines  Liquors     nud, -  Cigars  $1.00 a dny.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  LiUflDBER  Doons  Sasfo   '  Turnings  .Mouldings  TRY THS NEW-YARD'.  Arrowhead Sa,w & Planing" Mills  Revelstoke Agents:   PIPPY & WRIGHT.  THE PIONEER LIVERY-  Feed and Sale Stable of tbo Lardeau and Trout Lake District  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  MBTIftlpIST (--HIKCrr ��������� Kcvelitoke.  FrranhlriK ._ .rvici-.- at II u-in. nnd 7:S0  p.m. (~la.-( i-i'.etiiii. ftt tho c!nw_ of tlio  nnrninK .ervlco. ."-..hli.th riche.ol nnd lilhlo  Cln-Srt at 2-.-10 p.m. W.-nkly pmynr mc-iinK  cvrv Vv'-ilnp.-ir'ay cvpi.in^ lit 7.3(1 p 11). Thi)  pub.icuru rordlully invited.   Bciti free.  Jtf-'V. J. A. WOO P. I'nitor.  r-Hi;ri(.ir   on-  X-i   Hercl-toko  pr.iy'.T  (I illv   at  KNOTiANIJ-at. Pt-tor'H.  Iluiir-nf sorvieo: KvcnlnK  fl eiVlivIc I~ii(lny- nt ":3e>  ���������.nridayi- and I-'c^tiv-ils: Holy Cninmtinion nt a  a.m.. (imrrin-j; tn-nve*r at, 11. Sunday -.olinnl  and BHile CIii-h at '-':.Ti. C'vor.lnn; prry* r lit 7::i(~.  Klnr. Kni.il.iy in i_i������. month Holy Comn-.unlon  at lnorij'nie si'rvir ���������...  I'lvASK A. FORD, Vicar.  PRK-U'.YTKI! IA .-J ~!nu~",-'~r���������Roy elsloVr...  Harvi_.(������ fvrTi Sumliiy lit 11 a-in nnd 7:3*")  p.m itllic ('1 iho .it 2::''_ij pin., to which  __.11 .-ire* "'"!' nun!. Prnyi-r u-cotiiiK it M V.m.  evr.ry Wcilii-t,.lii>-  BEV. ''. D. MUIR, IV.Htor.  'ATlfuf.M   (7IITJROH- Iteivi-l-  .".I.ri,.!   Ilret nud third t_uni!���������y������ In  month at lO-T" 11 ���������".  HEV. I'-ATIIEK TIIAYEK.  ROMAN  ���������loUe.  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Blacksmitliine:- Jobbine  Plumbing.  2������iPe Fittiner  TinsmitUinS  Sheet Iron "Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty_-~������������A  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke Stn.  Itevelstoke Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  lYncciric   kept    on   hand.  Drs.  McKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants  Wood! Vvood!  Guaranteed Full  Cord Measure.  The undersigned has a large supply  eif lleirnlock, Spruce. Fir , .'incl Pine  Worid Tor mile. Any person recpiiring  wood will kindly leave their orders  with Mv, XV. Al. Lawrence-'. Ileqelstofco  Station',1 or wilh II. N. Coursier,  Front .Street, Kevelstoke.  17-ilf  FKANK JULIAN.  L.   JI.   FRETZ  Contr-actor and Builder.  f'hcjp opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed  nn       Terms Gas  Sam Needham .  Clothes SL  In Good Style at T_oivc-t Prices.  Douglas Street ��������� Revelstoke  Saddle    and     Pack  always for hire.  Horses  Freighting  specialty.  unci   Teaming   a  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning  for Trout Lake City. - For particulars.write  tit'7  0   ,  o'clock  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Lanoing.  THE  LAST  CHANCE  To secure one of those desirable lots  CHEAP on. the C. & K.. Steam Navigation Company's site..*  ,Dont wait till the boom hits the-  town in the spring like a cyclone,,  but BUY NOW.  HAIG & CRAGE  . ' Sole Agents..  G. B. JWaclean  ARCHITECT.  and BUILDER  Estimates furnlslicd. Plans and specifications made. Am also prepared to do  shop and io!) work un tho shortest  notico. Satisfaction fruarantoed ia  ovcry case.   Oall or write for tcrmn.  Main Street      ���������      Revelstoke  W. G. BIRNEY  PJIIJITER and  DECORATOR,  First Street East, Revelstoke Station  Graining-, Paper Hanging,  Hard Wood Finishing:, House  Painting1 in all Branches,  Carriage Painting, Glazing. Etc.  If You .Have a  .Mine to Sell  11  or wish a company formed, or  want to buy a mine or shares  in any mine, want to invest in  Spokane real estate or wish to  make a borrow,write at onceto  CJJI.MES   L.   FORD   &   CO  Mine Brokers.     Mining Stocks  No. 9 Mill St., between Riverside and  Sprague, Spokane, Wash.  The  Pioneep  Stores  of Fepgusor?  and Ten .Mile  Cummins & Go.  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods.  Everything to ho found in a general _foro_.  Post Olllco in connection.  At our TKN-MIIrE BlMNClIfctoro  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  and all Miners' and Prospectors' Supplies are'  kept on .hand  Be Sure and-register at the  BJILMORJ-L HOTEL.  When you reach FERGUSON.  The table is nrovided with the best"  the market affords.     Rates from $_"  to S3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,  Proprietors.- 7  ������3-  Heavy Cannonading Heard-:-Supposed to be Between Sampson  and the Verde Fleet  Further Particulars of the Battle  of Manila  |SI'ECIAl. TO THE   IIEHjILO)  V  Key West, May 0.���������Mantan-zas  was bombarded on Saturday by United  States warships. Several Spaniards  are reported to have heen killed.  A SMALL TIGHT  Havana, May 0.���������At half past 8  o'clock yesterday morning two United  States cruisers which wero pursuing  the Spanish schooner Santiago, hound  from Yucatan with suit fish, approached the" Vedado batteries, which  lired at them when they were about  live miles off .the shore. Six shots  were discharged at tho ships. A local  paper says that one of the projectiles  carried off the smokestack of one of  the United State-*, cruisers, which was  in the rear, and another projectile fell  upon the deck of the other cruiser.  The 'Americans roplied with twelve  shots, but the piojectiles lell two  miles off the batteries. The cruisers  then leU'eated nuclei' a full head of  steam. One of the shots from (he  batteries tell on one of the Unileel  States vessels, coverinir. her deck with  water and itis asserted positively- that  a hole was made in her hull below the  wtiter lino. Vedado was. lull of people*  watching the encounter through  opeia glasses and applauding the  firing of the Spaniards.  OENERAI. ENGAGEMENT 15IJIINENT.  Pout au prince, May !).���������The Montgomery, a .third rater acting picket  lor Admiral Sampson, off Satortue at  5 o'clock last evening engaged a powerful Spaniard cruiser at long range. A  running fight followed, the Montgomery drawing lhe Spaniatd towards  Sampson's fleet. A-score of shots  were exchanged while in sight of here.  .Both cruisers under force'd draught  headed tor the Cuban coast. The  -Spanish fleet is supposed to be following the picKet. A genernl engagement seems imminent.  HEAVY  CANNONADING   IIEAltl).  New Yoke, May 9.���������A special from  'Sandomingb, signed by the World's  war correspondent, says: "Domincal  ���������officials report heavy cannonading  north of Monte Christi. TiO miles from  here. It is believed Admiral Sampson's lleet is engaging the (Jape Veicle  lleet. i>s the firing is terrific. It. began  at !��������� o'clock yestei day uinrnins.  Sampson's lleet and'-'.the Spaniards  were both due at Porto Hico on  Saturday.' !'  THE SPANIARDS  UNl"I".l"l*Alt"~l".  Further and complete accounts  of  Admiral Dewey's victory   at Manila  "haveyiust-been-ieceived.-���������Vindicates  that the Spaniards were quite unpre-  paied and were taken  completely  by  surprise.   It   is believed the Spanish  ships diel not even have steam up and  .were completely at the mercy of the  American battleships which had come  ujion theni so suddenly and unexpectedly.   Admiral   Dewey's orders were  to "capture   or  destroy   the   Spanish  fleet.    Never  were  instructions executed in so complete a lashion.   At the  end of seven hours there was absolutely nothing left of the Spanish lleet but  a few relics.   When  it. is considered  that the Spaniards lost over (KX) men  in killed and wounded,  that all their  ���������sbips.   amounting   to fourteen,  were  <deG(roved,     and 'that    their    naval  .arsenal at Cavite was also destroyed  with its defences,  it will become ap-  iparentthat the victory of tbe  United  States Commodore is one of the most  ���������complete and wonderful achievements  in the history of naval warfare.   Not  a man o"n board the   U.  S. Heet was  killed, not a ship damaged to any extent and only six men slightlv injured  ou hoard the Baltimore.    The Span-  .._-*-! s fought with desperate bravery.  When  the  commander  of  the  Don  Antonio de Ulloa found she was so  lorn by U. S. shells that he could not  keep her afloat he nailed her colors to  ���������the mast and she sank with all hands  fighting to the   last.   Her  hull   wns  completely riddled and her upper deck  had been swept clean by the awful fire  of  the I'nitPd States guns, but the  ' Spaniards,   though   their   vessel was  sinking    beneath    them,    continued  working the guns on .ber lower dejek  (it;til   she sank beneath  the*  waters.  -_Scit''inK further of a reliable nature  has b*'en  received legarding the   re-  ���������noi'ted     engagement     between     the  squadrons noith of Monte Cristi.  DEWEY'S HEI'OIIT.  Washington,     May    '.).���������Admiral  Dewey's oilicial repott~ Fays : "Llevcn  ' Spanish cruisers were destroyed, also  S  gunboats   and transports and   the  Manila", batteries silenced.   I cut cable  and   held   it myself.   Had   not,  ���������enough to land and hold town,  remaining at Manila, with lleet.  killed and only a few injured.  CONDENSED DISPATCHES.  Mr. Gladstone is growing weaker.  St. John. Newfoundland, is to he  fortified.  The total loss at Maiiil.i was six  hundred and eighteen killed.  Dalton McCarthy was thrown froin  liis carriage last night and sM'io.lis.y  Wasiiington, May 10.���������There is the  best authority for the statement that  yesterday having passed without a  report from Admiral Samson, the  navy department does not expect to  hear from him within several clays.  The authority for the statement is  fully acquainted with Admiral ;Sam-  son's plans and his remark would  seem to indicate that the admiral  having failed to iind the enemy at the  place expected, had turned his attention to an alternative project. What  this is cannot be- ascertained. .Evidently, however, the department is  under no apprehension as to the  lleet nor of any vessels of the lleet!  Yesterday the ��������� Senate voted the  thanks of the countrv and a sword to  Admiral Dewey ami,, medals to his  ollicers and men.  The   Spaniards   still    hold   Manila.  Serious riots aro reported in several  towns in Spain. -  Admiral S.nnpson may not be  heard from for several clays.  United States houses are buying all  the sulphur obtainable in Montreal.  Rioting continues in Milan aud other  Italian cities.  Admit-il Samson has heen created  Rear Admiral.  - Admiral Dewey is to be reinfoiced  at Manila by 5,000 United States  troops.  A United States warship captured a  Spani~.li lishing smack" nil Havana  yesterday.  The steamer Cusso hi" sailed from  Tampa with' troops and stores for  Cuba.  " "Two Uiiited .States- warships - were  beaten olf by two Spanish gun boats  near Cardenas. "  The Spanish ship Paulina after being chased by a United States cruiser  reached Porto Rico yesterday.  SAW A SPANISH   SljUADKON   ,  Lisijon. May 10.���������A* Spanish lleet  consisliiig of nine vessels passed Onue  Espichel. 21 miles south west of this  port, ye.teiday, steering a souLheily  course.  - NEAUINCi l'OKTO HICO.  Madrid. May 10.���������A cable despatch  from the Captain General of Porto  Rico says he has information that the  United States Heet is approaching.  WETASKIWIN NEWS  lice it to'ay that one of them has a  name highly suggestive* of stock raising, anil is iilenullecl with that popular  paper. The Calgary Herald.   -  A meeting of thu Grand bodge of  Interdicted Topet** was held in lhe  Slioa-iMiquelou Hull Friday night.  There w.is a large attendance. The  following new- olliceis were elected:���������  Grand Pii*"t!iil.~rtirl' dMan..l Shorties'"  Family Interdicted Man R. Tame  Lodge Intel dieted Man...\V. Faraday  Self interdicted Man II. Leeward's  Police Interdicted Man I. Skeesick*-  Ghnrch Interdicted Man... Ii. .lohuson  This completed ihe roll of ollicers in  the Lodge*. The hours of the previous  meeting have been rend and reduced  to minutes, the followii g business wa*.  transacted. F. I. M. Tame delivered  an instructive nddre-s on ginger ale.  arid after comparing several brands  recommended the Queen's brand.  Mrolher Tame' iiclclcd that in calling  for ginger ale it was both requisite  and necessui-v to closes the left eye tor  a fraction of a second and state* that  they wanted good ginger ale. with the  accent on the gin. The speaker paid a  glowing tubule to tin* virtue of  I'oyce's hard cider, and observed that  the j.ig he was laboring under was due  to its balmy and comforting influence.  The following resolutions were passed:  Resolved, that bartenders be recognized as belligerents. Resolved that  fleet footed Time he memorialized to  gut in some fast woi k till our interdictions expire. After ~oi~ic rather  flippant remarks from P. I. M. Skee-  sicks on the effect of whiskey on the  imagination, the members rose and  sang in a reminiscent vein, "Wc won't  go home till morning" to the tune of  "Abide with mp." L. I. M. Faraday  made his financial statement for the  month, explaining that he had blown  in all the dues. U. T. M. .lohuson, the  receiver, stated that, tho treasury  was empty. Being called upon for an  explanation, brotner .1 ohnson entered  into an elaborate and detailed account  ota little game wherein, while holding  ace foil on queens-, he had run up  against four lit tie tray spots.   Brother  l-\Ki.-.nn'i*     nv _���������������!   __-.___.r-_Y. ir.ic  force  I am  None  "'Mw.'stcrnnmen lias been ac/piitle-d those drnw.svMason*-had  on the charge of poisoning her |act back to town. \,eh,  .husband.  U<-rom the Freo Lance.)  Our bulletin board ,with the latest  despatches concerning the war has  made a big hit. It has also given us a  line on the sympathies of our fellow  citizens. The majority seemtofavor.the  chances of Spain. whilit asuiall minority, ourselves amongst them, hope to  see the Americans fade that fading  country. We occasionally chalk up  a Spanish victory just to prevent the  pro-Spanish. element from tearing  clown the board,.but truth will prevail,  nnd they have to swallow the defeats  just the same.  There is something rotten about the  mail service on these prairies. The  other dav nut- druggist addressed a  letter down to Calgary, and it landed  at Medicine Hat. A lew mails back,  Justice Rosenroll received an important registered letter from Edmonton  by way of Calgary. The delay caused  several parties the greatest inconvenience. " Ou Saturday last we sent down  matter for this paper to our publishers in Calgary, lt eliel not reach them  and we had to sit up all one night to  coolt fresh hash for the Lance It subsequently turned up, too late to be of  any use." As for papers we send away  to subscribers, a good portion of them  never reach their destinations at all.  Complaints about this are continually  coming in. If there is such a thing as  a Post Office Inspector in the land, he  might come around this way and do a  little inspecting at either end of the  C. and E. line ami iu the middle. We  cannot afford to Wave our paper queered at this stage of the game and are  prepared to ride tough shod over any  party who shows carelessness where  the proper handling of this paper is  concerned.  Several Calgary gentlemen who attended the Mason'sjneeting at South  Edmonton last Wednesday evening  had a peculiarly sad experience after  the meeting had closed. The hour  was not, so very late, but they had forgotten that they were in a jay town.  The hotels were nil shut, up "for the  night. The only sign of life wus the  watch man with his lantern calling out  "twelve o'clock anel all's well." The  cut few had rung some hours before.  These lour gentlemen walked the  streets till near the break of morn,  yjien by a happy thought tbey adjourned" to a pa-ienger coach at the  '(It-pot whe'.ie ^liey snooze 1 comfortably  for an hour or ttv.-j Hut while they  snoo/.ed. those darned trainmen moved  tlie car a milo nr two out. of town and  to do .the tie  ive been re-  Iguested not to gLi>~~" tlieir names.   Suf-  Johnson's explanation "was accepted  as perfectly satisfuctoi y and thi; meeting adjourned.  Being called away last week to a  funeral in a neighboring town, wo engaged a good naiured friend to write up  our locals for this issue., He had never  writ leu up locals before, but, we encouraged liim'lo go ahead and tell the  plain liaie lacta. You want the  Uutil, says he? Nothing but the truth,  says ive. Luckily we got back in time  to Kill the following:���������  John J. Jinks the well known rancher, cune into town Thursday and got  beastly drunk.  ' Peter Fox. the gonial mossback,  visited the burg Friday and got paralysed?  ".Iim Dttnlop of White Fish Lake,  was in after a load of lumber. He  took out a load, but not of lumber.  Aleck Griggs dropped in at our  oflice Friday with a bottle and made  us very slopp'y.   Call again.     ' *-  BubAndre.ws was so drunk Saturday that they had to put him to bed,  Olo" Feii'gersoii. while under the influence of liquor, engaged in a scrap  last Friday with a bleed, and had his  face pushed in. " -.*.  II,--will be easily seen, that we.  could - not publish tlie , above  without losing all Lh.se gentlemen as  subscribers. It would have been just  ns easy-lo sav "Our friend Mr. J. T.  Jenkins, the popular rancher of Rabbit Wan en, was in the burg Thursday having his plough lixed,"or "The  genial Peter Fox drove into town to  post a letter," and soon. If that stuff  had gone in we would have heen hiding in the foothills today.  in North  AVest  Canada  Ihero are  three staple methods of earning a livelihood, ��������� through' the    Government,  the C.   P.   R.   and   the  North West  Mounted Police.   'The rest is a mere  scramble.   If you have t.he good luck  to be the second cousin, two generations removed, of the Secretary of the  Interior's cook, you can bring that in-  flnence. to  hear  in  securing  a civil  service appoint mehl~~~~Tb~e instant~the~  Government falls,  of course,  off goes  your coco, but what is life without a  little excitement?   Study railroading  and tplegraphy for years until you become-an   expert,   and then you can  honor  your   futher  and   mother   by  cominf?"into the North West and taking charge of the Krokenolc junction,  with the distinct understanding that  when    somebody's    liver    is   out of  whack you get removed to Sagebrush  siding, this lastassignment also being  handicapped   with   the    proviso that  when ho jams his finger in the eloor or  accidentally swallows a chew, you get  lii'i'd.   If  you are a hopeless wasteland have proved that in ordinary concerns of life you cannot control  your  self,  join   the   Mounted   Police.'and  after a while you will be   sent,   off  on  detachment to some little burg to control the town and   the  country  side.  1'hese jobs can be classified this'way: ���������  A   Government  job  calls   for   tailor  made   clothes:  a   C. P, R.   job rendy  maele clothes an*, bulk whiskev; while,  in the police, clothes costs nothing and  any   kind   of  whiskey   goes.       Who  wouldn't be a policeman?   As for tbe  rest of  the   population,  the farmers  and    the   common    horde   of bread  winners, to say nothing of the riff rat-  to which we belong, all have the aw-  fullest time rustling a suit of clothes.  It is as much as we can   do  to   get a  haircut.    At  the first favorable opportunity we are  going to   chuck up  the Free 'Lance and hustle around for  a -Government   job.   Almost   everybody else has one.   We will fix up our  politics to  suit the  idiosyncrncies* of  anv man who will get  us  a job that  calls for tailor made clothes.    We are  wearied to death  of  the  strain anel  worry attendant upon our journalistic  exertions, which si far have consisted  in a great measure in explaining away  ill advised jokes,  The best informed man in this country is Wallace Ryan. Hois the man  who understands the new Brand  Ordinance.  We are soon going to call a meeting  of our subscribers and advertisers out  on the ince track to secure permission  to turn this good old weekly into a  -porting paper. Our pen fl.-igs  when we tackle creamei y problems, and on the smutty wheat  question we arc hopelessly "at sea.'  Three fomt lis of our subscribers are  dead game sports and know- more  about agriculture and stock than  ive  ceded that the approaching mill  between .(cileries and Sharkey will  make much uioi'O interesting leading  than au article on tbe fence law.  We take this opportunity of announcing tliat the beautiful painting  of a bull's hi'iul over our new ullico  docs ueit signily that it is a ment market, lt once was, but nol, now���������not  now. People waneloring tin cuig'u our  portals in search of pork chops will  have to go empty away. Our patience,  as it is, is well nigh exhausted by little  childien coining in and rapping on lhe  counter with a dime, while we ate  clashing oil'an editorial onC. 1".lt.iiti'ii-  citics, and calling for ten ceuls woi tli  of head cheese.  ' The amount of betting Unit goes on  in this town is something (.errilic, It  is a wonder everybody don'l. go broke,  The only thing that saves theiii is the  fact that all the bets nre g.is bels, hollow, deep sounding Hash bet-. Strangers standing nroiiiid are profoundly  moved bv this reckless wagering. It  is an off day when the air does not resound with cries of "I'll bet you $10 it  nint!" or "I'll tell you what I'll do  with you,���������"I'll bet you $-25 you don't  know what, you're talking about!" It  is an unwritten law lhat the man who  talks tin*, loudest and the*, fastest and  wngcis the l.ugest sums wins the bet.  No money changed hands.  Now that the winter has coine to a  close we bog to lliank the various  owners of woodpiles in the vicinity of  our office for all the wood wc have  stolen. Although not caught on any  occasion, we consider it our duty lb  express our grateful appreciation of  the wood. It was all right. The only  improvement we can suggest for next  winter is that Mr. Ketchen get his  wood cut a little shorter, and Mr,  Keble his a trifle longer.  The geueinl spring clean up is about  completed. The ultimatum issued by  Constable ICetchen had due effect.  Our citizens have been tumbling over  each other taking up yards, burning  rubbish and hauling off debris. House  cleaning operations have also been  very much in evidence, and neatly  causing cvory married num in the  town to run off anel join the Aiueiiciin  forces mobilising at. Key West. We  ourselves propitiated the Furies  by having fresh sawdust put in our  mammoth cuspidor.  SHORT NEWS ITEMS  Wheat Sl.30_.fFoi t William.  Robert J. Bui'dette has been lecturing in Manitoba.  Manager Whyte has returned to  Winnipeg from the east.  E. Fearon, M.L.A., of Maple Creek;  who drove thi.- first-band of cattle to  Dawson City proposes to repeat the  experiment with sheep.  It is reported that the Halcyon Hot  Springs business has been sold to  the British-America Corporation, of  the Hon. 0, U. Mackintosh is resident  director.  A depart ment store is being established at tho capital by the Regina  Trading Co., the piovisionul'directors  of which are Gustav Michaelis, Jnines  Franklin Bole, John Dawson and F.  Gunlner.        . ',.,_.-���������  '.'The' commissioners, "appointed to  investigate the- charges- made by  laborers 'against .contractors on the  Crow's Nest -railway construction  have coiupletPcl'-'aiid presented their  report to the Government. The finding is that the men have good reason  for their complaints. -  r Under the caption of "The Situation  in Cuba."'ihe Norlh American Ueview  for'May presents two remarkably important and timely articles," viz:' "Our  Woik and Observations in Cuba,"  from the pen of Clara Burton, president of the American National Reel  Cross, and "The Insuigont Government in Cuba," by Horatio S. Rubens,  counsel of the Ameiic.-in delegation of  the Cuban Revolutionary Party.  Prorogation of Parliament is ex-  pcetecl-before the S-Uli. - - ��������� -���������.   The South Wales colliery strike  means a loss of $1,500,000 a week in  wages.  A largo number of Califormans tire  taking the C. P. R. route to the east  this spring.  Five cyclists were arrested in Winnipeg on Friday, for riding after dark  without lanterns.  Pugilist Sharkev was defeated at  San Francisco on Frielay in a 20 round  fight, with James.1. Jeffiies. '  The Western Stockgrowers Association has withdiawn the offer of $230  reward for thu capture of Clay Fallis.  The Hudson's Buy Company are offering their Saskatchewan steamers  the Noith West, tbo Northcoto and  the Marquis for sale by tender.  Richard Bolton, nt Prairie Grove,  Man., advertises in the Winnipeg Free  Press, for a wife, who "must understand dairy business." She must not  be younger than 25, nor older than !50.  Battleford Herald: Local markets  are well supplied. Prices paid by the  stores are: Eggs plentiful at 20c;  butter offering in excess of demand at  "r-Oc; oats, clean, nominal at Wc; b.'uley  ���������15c; wheat 50c.  The late Mrs. T. P. Roe bequeathed  in her will, which was probated last  week in Montteal, the interest on four  shares of Montreal bank stock to her  little dog, Frolic, during his lifetime,  anel at. hi*, death it is tc revert to St.  John the Evangelist church.  Thu lirst train over the Crow's Nest  railway went through here Saturday  morning. It was taken through by  the Dunmore crew and had Supt.  Niblock's private car attached, with  S*l. J. Haney's wife and family on  board.���������Lethbridge News,  The C. P. It. dining hall destroyed  by lite at Moose Jaw was a brick  veneered structuie erected' in 1882 al a  cost of $5,000. A. Smith, who owneel  the fqruiture est'mates his loss at  $3,000, with $1,500 ot this insured.  Origin of fire unknown, but saiel to be  a spark from a pa-sing engine. The  town fire engine proved useless-.  The Rossland -Miner has issued an  excellent "Miner's" map of the Rossland C.imp. The map is printed iu  thirteen different colors and shows  over-100 of the principal mines in the  vicinity of Rossland. The railroads,  wagon roads, unci trails of the c.imp  are clearly shown, and the mountains.  EASTERN.CANADA  THE GOVERNMENT AND YUKON  AFFAIRS  Fatal Earthquake in Quebec���������Yukon  Railway Bill in the Senate���������Richardson Withdraws Another Bill.  Ottawa, .May 10.���������In tho Commons  yestei day lho Premier said the. Government, would bring iu a bill for the  oi gani/.ation ot the Yukon, hut not a  full bill because (.hey hnd mil. full  data yut to act upem.  lion. Mr. Sifton said settlers in the  North West, owed llie Gtivt>rnm_nt  $115,01X1 for seed grain.  Mr. Richardson withdrew his  garnishee bill yesterday.  In the Senate, Hamilton .Smith's  Yukon railway bill was reael a second  time.  SWALLOWED IIY AN EAKTIIC)UA1~E  Queiiko, May 10 A little girl  was  swallowed up   in   an   earthquake   on  Sunday morning lis St. Thuriba.  Que.  Dnlloii    McCarthy's    condition    is  ciitical.  WOULD    YOU    INVEST  MONEY   PROFITABLY ?  If So Come to Revelstoke the Mining  Centre of North Kootenay   - _-.  -   -  SWEPT  UP  There is said to be great cquineiinity  at thu Toronto horse show.  Toronto is once mnru in the throes  of its hoi.se show. As usual it is hugely a close horso show.  The vote on prohibition is to be  taken in the autumn. This autumn  make'tho tempeennce  peoplo  spring.  If lhe rest ot the Spanish Heel, does  not hurry up and blow a few holes in  Boston tliu woild will losu nil respect  i'or it.  When the Yankees boinbatded that  poor old mule nr. jMatanzas and killed  him. nobody shed ii'iear, not a single  muleteer. ,  Some of the farmers are hoping the  price of wheat will go so high that  they will have to get on top of the  barn to see it.  - There are great statesmen in Uncle  Sam's country, nntl great scholars,  and great preachers, and gieat merchants, and great scientists, and many  other great men of peace; Dewey is  the greatest Yank of them .ill.  j ,     ~r������  "Wheat $1.50 per bushel in Chicago.  C. P. R. stock sold at S7 in London  last week.  lt is said that tho Le Koi has  changed hands for three million dollars.  Customs receipts' at Montreal decreased by oyer $200,000 during March  and April.  The C.P.R. is building a new pile  bridge over the South Saskatchewan  at S-iskiitoon.  Low Chung, late porter and laundry-  man at the'Glacier House,'has been  ai rested for chopping a fellow Celestial with an axe. ,'  Sit* Charles Tupper, in an abusive  tirade agaiusl Major-General Gascoigne, said he had ho respect for a  "cad" because he had a red coat on his  back.  ���������      '" '.'.'"  Henry Howard, Eai I of EfTiogham,a  descendant of the lamous Loril How-  aid, who commanded tho English fleet  that destroyed the Spanish Armada in  15SS, is dead. He was born Februarv  7, 1S37.  Captain Kent, R. E., of Halifax, a  torpedo expert, expresses the opinion  afler a study of the testimony and an  interview with Captain Sigst.ee, that  the Maine was bloivn up lrom the  outside. His is independent testimony,  the lirst of value that has been given.  Tho very fact that the Roman CaLh-  olic hieraicby is in league with Spain  in the war with the United States persuades Sir Charles Tupper, Bail., who  knows a thing or two of tho value of  the hieraichy as a co-fighter, that the  scrap_is_like.ly_J.o___gc)___hiird__.wit-h the  dusky eyed Castilians.���������Toronto Telegram.  Tho stage is said to be- threatened  with a dramatization of the Parnell  scandal, witli Mrs. James Brown  Potter as the woman in thu caso and  Kyrlu Bellow as the Irish lender.. Such  a piny should have* its first performance in Dublin, because that would  faitly well insure its first performance  being its last.  Victoria despatch: Much indignation  is expressed iu local tianspnrtntion  circles at the action of-the Dominion  government in entering into au arrangement .with the Boston and  Alaska Transportation Company" to  deliver 400 tons of freight, comprising  stores for the Mounted Police into  Yukon. This morins that ySO.OOO gf  business thai might have been clone  lhrough Vancouver and Victoria firms  has been given to Seattle. The Government has given Americans business  that should have been handled by Canadians. One shipping agent wlio has  been in communication with Ottawa  on the subject said this morning. "I  have been a Liberal for IS years and  yer, the Government put me oil' for  Americans." llu has been trying to  get the contract for a month past.  YUI^O-fl WRP  Published by The  ---_rtAi_~-_ acknowledged to  oe the most complete and  iicvarate map obtainable  oi tho overland loutes to  -tho Yukon   Lithogrnphed.on heavy  or light paper   It bas been predicted by leading nion of Canada thai RevelBtoke will  bu cine of the leading cities ot West Kootenay. That its unique position  where the C, P. R. crosses the beautiful Columbia valley, with water transportation co the north and south and in close proxiniitv to the richest mines  iu Kootenay, making its location unusually favorable. If you want to invest  your money in manufactories, renl estate, or mining property, visit  Revelstoke, tho "Gateway to the Kootenay."  We arc moving to the frout and no obstacle will or can impede our  wonderful progress-. Do not forget that you will never buy real estate as  cheap as you can buy it today. Figure the increase of the past and speculate  in������Revelstoke, lhe "Gateway to the Kootenay."  The banks of the Columbia, on wtiicli river the lown is situated, have  been the stage upon which strange scenes have been displayed and wild and  daring exploits performed by the thousands who entered this district during  tho '07 gold boom in the Big Bend.  "Revelstoke is probably one of the oldest towns in the interior. And it  wns not until this title question was settled that Revelstoke rcallv began to  forge ahead, commercially and otherwise. Growth was slow until 1897, but  tho old timers and newcomers had great confidence in the town and s.arteil in  to make it a mining centre worthy of note. .'.  The   C.  P. R. is   concentrating all its   principal wotkshops on the''  western division al Revelstoke.   Kevelstoke is not only a mining town, but ia  now and will lv_ increasingly so in the future a railwav point of considerable  importance in the C. P. R. system and a distributing centre for the business of  lliu rich mining districts included m the section popularly known as North  Koolenay.   Its impotianee in  these connections is due to its unique geographical position.   Sealed in a beautiful open valley at the point of intersection  of the Columbia river anel  tho C. P. R. main line, it, commands the passes  running north anil south, to the famous gold fields of the Big Bend and the  lich mineral leads-   of the Lardeau, while on  the east up' the lllecillewaet  nnother district of great prospect is being oppned up.   The town is the point .  of junction of the main line and the Arrowhead branch of the C. P. It,, by  which access is gained to the South Kooten_y by rail aud steamer.   Another  line of steamers will make Revelstoke their starting poinffor the Big Bend,-  for which country it is at present the sole outfitting point and base of supplies.'  Thus by the mere force of geographical position alone Revelstoke has forged-  to t.he front until the little mining camp of a few years ago has become a town  of considerable,importance to the business of the province.- y.    -        ' ." ..  The mining industry is still in its infancy, but with the careful expenditure of capital in development work will grow to laige dimensions.  '_   Large aieas of land  in close proximity to the town,are covered with  limner suitable for lumber, but probably just as valuable: as tire wood, there',  being no coal deposits discovered near at hand as vet.   This land when cleared  is proving-to be exceptionally line farming and gardening land,   and-the.  demand for produce is always many times larger than the supply, train loads"  being inipot ted from other points every season.   This should be taken into *  consideration by intending settlers. * ��������� ,*-". -",-���������-.,  Across the river from Revelstoke an excellent clay exists for the mak*> '  ing of brick in vast quantities, which commands a high price at anv time. ,  ' The town enjoys many advantages: A fine,', healthy climate���������the  death rnte being exceedingly low���������good ivater.Tsupplied by a'system of water  works, from the mountain side just north of the town, underlying which is a  stratum of gravel that ensures a natural drainage. A short'distance up the C.  P. R. track, east, to thu Illecillewaet river, is a canyoh'Rud.'falls, which mu-b  be seen lo be fullv appreciated. Thu power from thpse falls'is now being utilized by alio Itevelstoke Water, Light to Power Co. for rni*"!|~i~ their fine electric lighting plant. They have an unlimited power whichi.l-.ter on, will bo  useful for manufacturing purposes and running the proposed street car line.  Subsepib'e   fop tfye Daily  op  Semi-V?eekl_y ;  Jlepald and Keep Posted on Jtopt-������,K.oqteria������y/ .  - _   'Vl  - ^ f ** ir I  i       (,, I  *-7, -f^l  ;-- .s^v"!  "Ui]  i. J- ',W',i L  * I���������.- -V|  I -r ,'- r.'  ��������� Ui'^i  ���������-.---. U'  *-->.-'--" "I  .R&N.  Is the Shortest aud  Quickest Line to."..  WALLACE,   FAR-MINGTON,  GARFIELD,     OAKESDALE,  . PULLMAN,      LEWISTON,  COEUR D'ALENE MINES.  DAYTON,   WALLA WALLA, -  PORTLAND,    PENDLETON,  SAN FRANCISCO, MOSCOW,  o   CRIPPLE CREEK,  AND   ALL POINTS   EAST OR   SOUTH.  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  AND SCO PACIFIC LINE..  .     "-' V ':  . :'U:t  ���������'*'" '".'il  '" -<J'' '-"il  '    '" . !- I  *. r    . *'1  can   ever  tell   them,   and  the   olher  quarter are only stuffs.* Wherefore valleys aiid streams are also depicted,  we think it wnnl'd only be right lo let The map i.s the* best production of its  the stuffs go, and cater to the el. g. j kind that has been published of any  sports.   It Will   be   generally     con-'mining camp in the West.  'rice  $1.00.  Together with a copy  of special edition of The  HkKj-.~-.i~, containing complete information regarding   routes,   supplies, etc.  The Herald ^  THE ONLY  LINE   .   .  EAST  Via S'Ut Luke, Denver,  Omaha and Kansas City.  Steamship Tickets to aud from  Europe and other foreign countries  Train for the East and Portland  departs 7:1.~< p.m. daily. Wallace and  Moscow accommodation depaits 7:45  a.m. daily. Through service. No  delays or lay overs anywhere.  Get through tickets and further information of O. lt. & N. city ticket  ollice,    No.    430.   Riverside    avenue,  corner Stevens St., Spokane. Wash.  J. Camtbeli.,  General Agent, Spokane,  W. II. llmlburl, G. P. A.. Portland.  Spokane Falls and .Nopttiepn  .Nelson and Ft. Sfteppapd -  Red Mountain R������/8.  Shortest and  Quickest Route  To Yukou and Klondike Gold  Fields.   ; *  To Eastern and European points...  To Pacific Coast, China, Japan  and Australia.  TOURIST  and  CARS  models   of  are  Run daily  comfort.  Magnificent sleeping and dining  cars on all trains.  ���������  Tickets    issued    through   and  baggage checked to destination.  Tlio only all rail route* without charite o  card between Spokane. Northport, Rossland  and Neleon; a'.BO betv.-ocn ltowlanil and  -���������elson.  DAILY     EXCEPT      SUNDAY.  T.KAVK. NOKIHPORT aiuuve.  For Spokane��������� From Spokane���������  1:20 p.m Ir-Jp.m.  For Ko_sland��������� From Ro������_-aE__���������  1:101) m 1:10 a.m.  For Kelson��������� From Neleon���������  1:10 p.m l-.-_-~p.ni.  Clise connections at_le_?on with steamer  for Kislo and all Kooteiaj- Ijake pointa.  ���������   Itassengcrs for Kettle River ."-nd Boundary  Creek connect at Marcus with stage dailv.  Eastbouud-D..iLY Train-Westbound  7:40 n_ni. Ive-Reyelstoke-lve 5:20 p.m.  Connection with Kootenay  points, S a.m. 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. Cot le, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.,  TIME CJ\RB  Subject toc___*airtt___ro_t___l-������.  Tralnaron on Paelflo Stands!- ____������.  GOING WE-T  &00 a m Leave.  838 au  93G a ua       '   .  ",__am      "   .  10:03 am      *    .  10-.1S am      '    .  10-Bam      "  10*J0 am Arrive  Leave 11:00 am  Arrive 1120 a m  eoiso ���������___  ..Arrive ."MO pm  3:15 ������ a  8.15 pm  StfOpm  l:4Spm  l_3Spm  1:12 pm  . Leave 1*0 p ������j  DAILY  .. ..Kaalo.... _  ...South Fork...  ...Bproule'a   ..Whitewater...  ...Bear l_ake...  .-lIcGuiican....  Cody Jnnetion  .... Sandon ..  . CODY UN-  ..Sandon Arrive 11:45 a m  ...Cody Leave 11:35 ������ bj  ROBKRT. IRVING  G. K. and P. A.  GEO-F.-OPJOiANM  Baparlnt-- out   -- il]  ��������� ���������! ���������  Hill ��������� H1_���������_���������!������������������!  Ill  ��������� fl  ���������T'-IIX',  m  Silver Soap  Silver Polish  Ox Gall Soap  Pumice Soap  and-all first class Toilet,  Soaps and articles always kept on hand al  the  C  anada Drug &  Book Co.,  Ltd  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  LOCAL AND .JDENERAL   NEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  and   General  Items Round  and  " About- Revelstoke.  ; FromThursday's Tutu- Hki'.ai.h.  Mr. G. F. Grundy left town for  Thomson's Landing yesterday.  A fine* line*, of ready made c-lotliiiig  JII.-.1 opened up at 11. S. Wilson's.   .  Mr. C. II. Giirii*.t'y of the French  Creek Co. left for Texas tliis morning.  C. B.-Hutiie to Co. are putting in a  .spur track along side their warehouse.  Purser Wells Green and .Mrs. Green  oT Comaplix paid a visit to town yesterday.  The Province is booming .Ids. Martin  I-i lfrul the opposition fotccs in the  coining election.  The Lytton left, for Laporte this  liKirnin" loaded wit b forage and horses  for the French Creek Co.      _!,  Chas. McDonald, manager of this  branch of the Canada Drug it l.ook  Co. left this morning for Nelson.  The No. 2 Are brigade had a run last,  night to put out a lire of lo^s nnd  stumps, which was attaining dangerous proportions.  ���������Don't wait till the week afler next  before ordering your new suit for the  Queen's birthday, at It. S. Wilson's,  he Revelstoke tailor.  Mi-, and Mrs. Rati* of Calgary, who  ���������were at Thomson's Liiiidiiig'.inst' year,  registered at llie Central yesterday  and went south lhis morning.  The latest daily in Kootenai- is the  Xel.-on Daily .Miner, which is a very  bright, newsy sheet, with all the la test  about the war in ils telegrams.  Great complaints are made of petty  _th i e_vi.ii g g oin K on rom id Albert 0. in vein  and residents are an ..ions to see a permanent constable placed at that, point.  Mr. Roy   Smythe   is   pulling   up  a  building uu Third St. ive-l. which will  s he   u_ed   as   a   toliaccuui;-t'.*--lore, .co  cream  parlor,   and   bicycle   repairing  and renting warehouse.  Mr. W. M. Lawrence ha"the contract for putting in the* hunting apparatus and the. roofing of the now Taylor  block. He i.s also pulling in a new  furnace in Dan. Altons new residence'.  Mr. J. I. Wondrow. manager for J.  II. Hull A: Co. here, left this morning  ior C.ilgary to meet his brut her. si-le-V  and intended bride. Miss Dunn, w I'm  aie all on the way from llie old country.  Capt. Kidd had a brief interview with  the stipi'iidinry yesterday afternoon.  85.00 or 15 days hard. The cant aiu had  the money lint elected to "do linn;" tn  give the benzine a chance to' evaporate.  Messrs. II. A.. Turner nml T. I).  Pickard of New' Uriiriswii-k, both uf  whom were in this district .last summer, returned from the East last  night.    They have he-en putting in the  .���������winter taking a course at the celebrated Mt. Allison college. Sack villi*.  ~*~. B.    After spending a month ?pros-  "pecting on Bridge Creek above Ashcroft.   they  intend  to  open an  assny  "ofHce in some place in Konte-iiay ami  ine beginning to think Revelstoke will  suit them as well as any. The Hkkai.u  has no doubt that there is a good  opening fnr the establishment of -such  a business here.  From Friday's Dailv Hr.aAI.r-.  ���������Call on Pete after 9:30 p.' in. for a  nice sandwich. lm  Last night Was an oiT night in police  circles.    No arrests.  Floiir has gone up in town to SI a  hundred by the car load.  Editor Dean of the Kamloops .Inland  Sentinel is in town today.  Miss Maud Robinson was able to sit  up yesterday for the first time.  ���������Linoleums, all widths, all shades,  all pue-Bs. at C. IJ. Huiiie to Co's.  Cjapt!;Taylor has received orders for  Lt.-'?C<ilJ. Peters   to get   his  ��������� I'ippy A: Wright have received  allot her car loud of sush, doors, mouldings, laths and fence pickets,  ��������� IjIIcc curtains from $1 lo $10 per  pair and lots of them. Special lines  for hotels. , C.Li. Hume A. Co's.  The'sports rnmmilU'i1 for Ihe wc.-i  end wns out rustling subscript ions this  morning. They were well on their way  to S'M) by iioiin.  The 1Ii.ii._i.i_ would suggest Hint  during llio summer months 'the iiieel-  ings of the council of the boaid of  I rude be cut down to mice a fortnight.  Next.Sunday In the iibsi.iiei! of the  piiNt.iii', Alt*. AV". j\: .iVt>t llu will ���������pri'iich  Hi llie i\Ii'ihiiilisl, church in llu; morning and Mr. It, Howson probably in  the evening.  There was no lnei'ling of the eiv.iiiril  of ' the biiard .of trade last night, a*-  llieri* was no (pinriim present at H:'.V).  Then: was nolliiug very iinporlant lo  coiiio U[) anyhow,  Thomas Underwood of Calgary raino  up' from' the* Halcyon Hut, Spring**.  where he hns completed his rniilracl,  ye-slerduy and left for llniilV thisiiinrn-  ing, to do home work on a e lunch  there'.  Roy Stnythc has finished thei-ri'dion  of liis very chi.'i'i ful .-mil attractive  looking More on Third .street west, and  is putting'iii his stock (if tobacco's.  conTeclinnci-y. elc, ready for opening  tomorrow iiiuriiing.  Next Sunday services in St. Peter's  will he held as follows. Rev. F. A.  i'~cirel  olliciating:   Celebration  of   llu;  I Icily KucliarisI, 8 a. in.; morning  prayer and Hi any. 11 a. in,: Sunday  school. ~_:'0 p. m.; evening, 7:1.0 p. in.  ���������.Lovers of fine (lowers should; call at  Charles IS. lSeid to Co's. store. Front  .street, and see the magnificent fuchsia  on exhibition there. This lino plant is  the result, of several weeks' patient  care and labor and reflects great credit  upon .Mrs. 11. It. Atkins, who raised it.  II is iinclouhUidly the finest specimen  of its kind ever seen in1 town.  The following scores wero liimlc al  tin* practice shoot of the. Gun Club  vi'slurdav out nf 20 birds: I.. G. While.  8; .1. G. Allen, S; A. McDonald, 11; .1.  ICdwaids. 13; W. M. Lawrence*. !); G.  F. Curtis, 8; A. McRae. 12; Guy Barber,  1*1; 11. Sherman, 8. Practice, will be  held in ful uie tluve times a week, on  Monday, Thursday and Satuiday afternoons.  Mr. Ij. A. Fret si lias nearly finished  the alterations in the lockup and the  look of things there! is greatly unproved. In front is one large cilice with a  store room and living room opening  oil'it on the right. Behind are four  roomy, well aired and lighted cells on  each .side of :i passage and behind is  llie kitchen. I'olicework here will In;  greatly facilitated by these alterations.  Today's Local .News.  ���������Two nuir of woo! socks for "lot-, at  Bourne Bros.  Men's print shirls, nil colors, for '��������� 5 .  at Houinu Bros.  ���������Men's while duck coats and vests  al Bourne Bros.  Mens' straw hats just opened out at  ���������10c, o'Jc, Sil.00 anil 1*!1.'_'*" at Bourne  Bros. _,  Mr. Claude Wood-of Okanagan. a  shareholder in the Glengarry iliiue, is  iu town.  ��������� We carry the largest and best,  stock of Mens' furnishings in town at  Bonnie Bros.  ���������The. large-!*! and hu-1 stock of mens  and children..' clothing kept in town  ul Bonnie Briis.  Mr. Pettingill arrived from Nelson  t..i lake ciiargi* of (hi* Canada Drug _-  Book Co's. store here yesterday.  .1. II. Curiae, of New Den vim. has arrived in town and will take charge of  C. B. lliiinc _c Co's. store in Trout  Lake; City.  SirT Turner"-! old "~iir-T'mn._-_i y���������?*-i-.-  St'iiilin ll.at it was probable th ir. tie  : e.iei.il elections would be licit! in tlu-  e niy pari of July.  Mr. Oie Saiitlherg nf Tlli'ciiie'iviiei.  who has just relumed from a trip V,  his home in the old country, was v:._i_-  IIAV1' ltKC 111 Villi SKVUitAI.  (JAIU.OAIIS OF  ceries.  Flour and Feed,  .Ind nre-. iii .n. position  to; quote  PRICES.....  that are  bound to sell.  Full Lines of Hardware  Full Lines of Crockery  Prospectors S   Miners!  With the Reputation of. Buying  From the Highest Priced Tailors  Buys His Clothing From Us.  Why shouldn't lie '.  We can lit: him in ten niiiiiil.es, nud  have the largest stock in lho low n lo  choose from, a saving of time, a saving  of money.  Cur Spring Ready-to-Wcnr Business  Suits lit us well -is the most expensive.  \Y'e> don't, muko theso In older, but we  make theni to lit.  Tuorsi'i:.*-.��������� The choii'i'*-! seloi'tion  of suitable patterns. Now stripes,  epiii'l checks, dressy plaids, oie,  I'l.-iNt'i" Ai.iihiit.*".-���������The correct and  fashionable; kind, nuiilc of tin; llnest  Miiglish Wurstods and Venetians.  S'i'Yi.iHii Si;ri'i-'��������� ��������� Cutaway Coats,  single :-.r doulili* breasleil sacks in line  Cln'ys. Worsteds. Serges or Tweeds,  elegantly trimmed.  Oviii.'COATs.���������Willi ;i dis!im I. superiority of style wliich only a sight of  l he goods themselves can demons! rate,  box back or conli-i; seam shapes���������lhe  li.'iost and best.  Ci.otuino roi! Tin,; novs.���������The bev-t.  of our previous flTorls has been eclipsed  this season in l he variety and extent  of styles and pat levns on display in our  Hc'iiiy-Madc department. Mothers of  buys are welcome to see and crilici'/.e.  ilson  fc1  ri.fi  _Z1  W ^,'jfa':a_^.a=_^^a.  Agent I'or' the  RIic1.giisc-_ i~Ter  Typewriter  Dealer in Hats, Caps. Boots, Shoes,  Gents' Furnishings. Stationery, Patent Medicines,  Tobaccos and Cigars, Toilet and Fancy Articles,  Fruits, Etc.  The \'orlh Koolenay Tailor.  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  I-I  Shoes for llie pro-poetor, shoes  lor millers, shoes for trainmen,  and shoes i'or everyliody, all  , hand made, also line shoes, at  prices to suit.  D. JENKINS,  First Street,- one block froin  ,,   Imperial   Bank  of   Canada  BKVEIjSTOKIS STATION,     -     B.C.  AT.,  W:  ���������us Ji  ��������� \i  ���������yij'vy  I  i^'.'-'S'v^������^''W  m  mi  ^ELICIOUS Creamery Butter, this season's. Choioo  sorts of Tons and Coflces, including Teti.ev's Indian  and Ceylon Blend. A grand assortment ol Candies just  arrived from Paulin to Co., of Winnipeg. Al Oats, Hay,  Wheat, Shorts, Bran, Mixed Chop, Barley Chop, Etc. Wc  Buy our Eggs in small lots, and so constantly havo them in  fresh from the farms.  fi  An Ir.vitation  ___a__E~___  ?Coinq ^an-r:;sce?iviint(;wb-voV|*bt?iny.-(.iir:  ��������� ���������'line..:'-- ti::innkc aspct'ialty o_?t]iis,:truiIc,  . iiiul eari^ j~'t'_-d'"i"c.iit .quicklyJtuiclytit riglit"  ���������*prii;os:'''::y.-y;y:^y:y? - ���������_::<_:: -?���������?': :-y::'??w;.:yy'y-.y  G. B. HtinE El GO.  T-H?E?JM;OLS O'N S?|B AN:K.  'if���������Vr'liicorileiriltc.t'liy/Aet.of l'aHiume:ity_?w. -*���������";.���������  Paid Up: Capital JJ:-:.1 ���������'.'".'"? ,:.y yy'S2.cce_,c>__:  ^Rest;;Fund '?���������"??;.',';- ??.?.? J;;*y'y: ;$:,soo,coc}  ?>?���������:..???;';?*?��������� 1 Icinl Odicc: Jto'iitreal?;;'���������.?; :������������������?;;���������,.;'y  :y.:-;.J.i^^  V.'?Moi_s()X-si,.ie'i'iiEitsox,':.f.'V.,:.'.:-..j.. ..Tr''si'!.nt  H. II.��������� Kivise:. ...:.:;..'.-;.;..:';'���������_..YIcu"I'riisidoiit-  XV. M. Riimsav, I(.!iir-.- Ai-.lill.alil, Kainui-l'Fiui!*'.  ... lcv.yi. I', cllt'idiorn; II. .iliirkliMielMolsiiii.yy.  -F..XX'6t,Fr._i*TAN't'iioi:A-,....:.. (-ieiuralMiuiii >(���������_-.  A. D:!)*.:i:Kr*(.>i:i), ......;....;.:.......... Iri*>l>i;i;tor  II. JiO(-i<w:o()r...:.y ..::'..::..vAssistaiit InKpector  :  "A iic'noral^Iniakl!ii_;;l.iisi:ic^'.*1 traii.*:a.i_iJ..������������������-���������.-"  . Tiit.,-res; flUj������\v(i(r������ii;.Ioi'..,)*it.. at enrrt-nt rat*.'-:.  .;.. EtiRlisliiuiil.AiTic.-lcant-.-ciiaiije. boiiglitaud  solil at lowest rates,: _;       :..,;"���������;.; .;:? ^.?!y.;~>";  JJ?J '���������:y';..Jy_'BItAXCI.KS;:;;;;^y;''.'??'?->?J  Arlnicr, Otit.   ���������'. ':.:;:���������: ':; .-'���������Riilpcto:*.. Out"'? _  ��������� Brockvilie.'.Out: .'yiy    :--|*.;;lb'.*.- Falls, Out....:-.:..  Calgarv. Alta.  f:; :      ������������������   Sure!. I'-'l. .>,"  Clintonl OlitV'V;   ���������; --yst. Hraapii: .:>..  Exescr.'OntJ'������������������������������������','���������;       ' ���������':. St-e'iithc-rlne-vOnt.���������:���������    .  Hai-iitoii.Or.:. '-.--t-T. Tluimi.."*.. Cj-.it.   y  I.o-i'liin.'int. .. >���������      - -Tor-.it'VOnt.:,'        ���������������������������  iloa(e>rrl. Cmi.' ."������������������'.';        Torinif.vJtin'ctlon.iOnt.  Montreal. l'.O? '-'������������������������������������     '��������� Tre'iiton/Oni.... :  _)I_-___Jiu-g^(lat.-__L__y^?^J_:_________^|LJ_^^  John E. Wood  Architect  Builder  Estimates, plans and. specifications  furnished on application. Shop and  repair work promptly atleiided to.  Wood curving a specialty. Work shop.  Front, Street.  THOS.    HILLIER,'"  ilder and .  Contractor.  O/licc    in   TnppiPB'ti    Theatre,  ground lluor.  J_^t:i)iatc_ fu-.-iii-linil on all kinds  of l_<ir.l(!iii__*i.  Address: Thos. Hillier, Revelstoke.  :aptf  ��������� i) ��������� a  -5 rOU 'ARE INVITED lo call  J^     at  our fatovo sit any time  and examine  our A 1  fBtcck of  Miners' Supplies  Provisions  Boots and Shoes  Clothing  Miners' Picks and Shovels  Blasting Tools, Powder, etc  of whicli ~.vo have n large unwell yssortecKyaricr.y. It will  pay you to accept, the inviti^  tion.  *y������0 HOUSEKEEPERS AND  * Hotels : , We .are well  stock eii with- the latest ar.d  freshest canned good:*, groceries, teas and coffoes, and'fresh  butter and eggs, potaU)(js. and  everything usually found in  an up to date grocery.  Free and   prompt  delivery.  -TI 11!-  SHERWIN-WILLIAMS  JAS.  McMAHON,  "fl * 1  f  fl T /-> T^t*^i ���������* "fr-  lieneral BiaCKSHUU  and Wood'Workei  >'<i--.vie-t'.. o;  i Otta-.(R. ('-.-.*..  Olitn rr.ill-..!. ">;���������:.  1 il^vcl-:-'--'*. ','.. (-'.  "~rT~~~~)-~~~n~7("T"  1 ������������������',;_Revol-:b  I J���������-- _  M's'vrl'rt. O'lt.  IX". ,)fi--.i..-k. nut.  ~.\l__-..:i.':2. Hi*!*..  Slrinch: ���������'. 1'- ?In.*..,n, r-lann-rer  itiff town.yesterday.  The adjourned iiii'i'liiier to net np n  e -leliralion here of tbe   Q lei'ii".*.   Iiirth-  ���������v will he held iti the court house at  8:3 ) on Monday'.even'mc..  A service for the heneiil of Scandiv.-i-  vi.u;.- win lie held loiiioii-n..' afLei-nnoii  at t'ouv o'clock in the Pri-shyioi-inii  cliurcli. The Kev. .1. Kisleitisel). Nor-  xvi-^iun I.utlic'i-.-in past or, will preach.  The body of the unfortunate section  man, .los. Paoli. who was liurii-d in th>:  l)i_C *ii.i)iv**li(lo at (jlacier la.**! ivo.k.iva**  f.iiuie' on ThiirMl.iy .ilti'iiionii aiul  liiou-jhl down here lor liuri.il la.-t night  on No. 1.  Ouo of our local toiisoi-in! arti**l.-> met  willi a .���������Si____;111. misliap y."*i enl.-iy all er-  uooii.While lireaUin^ an niilaiiioil  I.Texas niii.-tan'_r lienor, violenl lv dis-  charg''d feet. Hint into .1 dried up._n.it  lui'-r." He i-xti ic.-fti-d lihiiscli' (oveiecl  v.'ith Klory fiom head In foot, hut. eiifjer  foi- lhe fray.  The liev. .!. I'lisl cin.sen a minister ?nf  the Ni>rivej_;iaii I.ulhe-raii cleiioinin.i,-  tion. is in tcm-n on ii .trip ' eastwards,  having started from Califnriiia. when*  he has lit en i i-sidont for over two years.  He will alt'-nd the Norn (-(linn IjiiIIi-  i.iran conference', which talcs place at  Kedivinf;, Minnesota, next Oceiiier.  At. Victoria last AVedne'selay in the  J_i-iti.*-ii Coluiiiliia Methodist i (inference I lev. J. F. IJctls. of tin. (.'enteii-  nial ('liuifh, Victoria, v.'.is chosi'ii  presideiil and Rev. .1. P. Howell'reelected seere-lai-y. The lii-.-t di-iifl of  stations solid*, Hev. .S. .1. Thompson lo  Kiivedslnki: and Rev. .1. A. Wr.od to  Nelson.  Mr; K. ��������� P. Davis, the ivoli-knowii  Vancouver lawyer, was in town yesterday, lie was reticent on iiiavlcr.-i political and could not say v.-hetj.er Hon.  Jos. Martin was oomini; out or not in  the r.oxt provincial elect ions. Ili-_*iiy.s  there is an iiiidouiited lull in lho Klondike stampede, ivhe-thei it is dm: I o the  .".laiii'.-Maoken'/.ie  deal   lieinp;  knocked  IMPERIAL.   BANK  OF   CANADA  Head Office:   TORONTO, ONT.  "���������Y\.(r_.-ir3,-"li_.-u-\-aii(~ li_flIt~TbiiiIl to onVsr or"i  rcpaiicd,  KOKSESHOEI^G'"'A SPE "TAI/TY  Shop on noiiRl-.s Street, ens', llevel'tokc.  S. riir.-jliibon, in n.i(.er.  Shoy on I'ii-st St'ee'.. just v.-oat. rf <*lJni ir.  Hotel I. _vol-lol:e S-.ution. Jus. IMoMnlion  m'lr.iijt-r. Saplf  cover most, look best, ar*e most economical,  and are always full measure  ���������  Specially prepared paint for exteriors.  Sjiecially prepared, pain I for interior.*-.  "   Specially prepared paint for 11'oors. ' ��������� '. . ;  Specially prepared'-paint for paiuline; cuplioards, flower stands.  hi ackets.'hoxos..bottles, etc. -   .  Special enamel paint for furniture, shelving, wicker work. elc.  Special  varnish  stain.      Ic stains  and  varnishes at a  single   ���������  operation.        "   - . -  For-Prices, Color Cards  and   Information,  apply  to  BOURNE-  BROS., Agents,  Revelstoke Station.    A Large Stocl"  alvvays on hand."  tSMM'S  JJJjnJ.JJJ  .^0rtun:  S'&ekers.  e  CapitM. -    ,    .  Re__i'Vft Fund,  S2,OOO.COO  ������l, 200,000  -iikaVi lif." 1.V-- I  , l-TH*l.*l   TKI! I'ITOKI'-*>".  J. KERNAGHAN,  .If.you.lry your l~i~7~k;prospeelTirgyiiry  . tlio"'���������i.ardi'iiiiyDistrict? (loirt vimssy.���������.���������;";"���������'.'  . I??My Citriiii'sygeiieriil :y store;: ill- ���������;-'?:'.  .Thoinson's; I.n nil iiij_,\v heir yim. cn:i y. :"���������:??  liny the elieap.est nntl bo_t iiii:iei-_': y? ,  .'.siilipltcs in the.district?. ;y ?.;;?':;:y��������� y.'v;; v'1  J;J?JyJi;J^.;;:;;.CITRONj;JjJ  _wtf...y-.;'      '.���������''     ;,.i ;y.Tiio;[50>:!s L-ixinxci.  ���������  *fAS-!T"!'..e. :.'. I-TIIVK^I   TKRI'ITOI'.ICS, ,   /-������ J   i"N^;v*rvrr. \ T.-'|,',:i"i,*,:.,\,i::?Hi-4'    ! Oarp8iit>er  I      ItKVLI>"KK, A   I:, i!  I!k,ii:k, Miinnn.-r ~  andfBuilder  n.-ir^xsti'xVor.Kunori:.:  ���������.'C'CRT IlfJl")!:, II-VK^TflKK.  l__>t.k?il~jlotitr..-!, h-AN'l'it.,:..;is.o, Well-,���������Y.a.'Kt} \    j.^,,, ?-j..-'.,*s.l������������; 1<.t^rtnU '-timutc:*���������:j?!v������n on  :i\i  i  .,.   ���������   -���������   ������������������.���������'-..   :- = -r������'ij:s~������jj~-.y   , ' ���������{,  |..citr....T Hr-JTAIS-. l.loy'i's llimk; !.;<!.;������������������f'liisA -\mi [ '���������  1 .l.U'A.--, Hon.. Konur./*'shiiiiirh.-.i   l|ankln.^ (,'..r-J  IK.riiiioii: I-'h.in. K. (.'r.'.Ht r->.,:in������Ih; 7<������\v Youk."  r������n.������������.tt^l.   ���������:���������   ��������� i.in-.he-t.^rr;-,,: lii-r- e.n tli������l"ri)  May .iml.  Uble* In ������il.ij������its u..;i; j,,, ,,Tfj.r.���������j r; f>rI(.w nc.Vor ri.'tr,ri*f|no.U"l on  .-,..' -siil*. *;i!lei.(.:��������� VKririi'iivfr. Anv.oii������ reviirlns'nny  K.������q(l.-; .,t ���������tii,, ������!_,,.-,. niKfrialv.-ill 'Ix! e-on-niloiii?. tlieir          .        ,      'Iih.*.1'!. <���������.*_. ..nt.-p-.:i-   :.-.-' Ke!���������.tI3Iri.nly���������.-'f'rll!~',   l>'-i"r������*  3^  A (-'.'-tii'*-al .jHTikiniT tju^i  I?.' LeMeir*. of credit ivsm'ii,  "if llie- world.  M'l-ii'iipf'l (lo.h(*iHnr>-'x 1  (.old d'.u.t itiv.i ai:  i:  'r here i-s  j article of  Is t~.������ Gi-oatoi.t Fraii-  ' of tlio.Dav  ���������*.'; '-i.'j-'ilution In O'l1* '_nod!*.  Hvi-ry  -���������OF- jaI  LAKE OF Tf\E VO0DS '! Groceries,   Provisioas.  Flour and Feed,  Cor.l0ctior.er7,  Etc..  J ,3 a, a $-j; j-���������!r-i  \,i'-:n.    y.o sn~._~i-ull._n_ no  '. frii.rt. Imt -very a'tl -c (.uaranttiyl.  '���������    I ri-'. dc nvcry t'j .my r"". of tli������ lown.  ANOTHER GAR  - 01-  LAKE. OF TR  FLOfeiR  NOTICE    .  \ Coiirl-.of As.*ize nml Nlsl I'rius, anil of Oyer  aii'I T.tiiiI-t Hii'l (Iciieriil (Soul Delivery, will  lie l'.ol(|.-ii nt the i.lncc*. and un the dale-i following, vi-.:  City of Ni'lion, on Monday, tho ailli day of  Jinn'. !i'.|w. "'  Tii'in of I'ounlil, rin Monday, the ''7th day of  .linn.-, li-.'-i.  Hy -Oiiiimind.  iJAMKS HAKKIl,  I'rovlnclal Secretary,  rrrnlnrin] Sce-retaryN Ollice,  "Hi Miirch, 1S'.H. limy  now in cair war.rooir.h-.   I'or tho best Flour  .   OrTirdi'-d, buy fi-r>!ri I'  A.  Nj SKITH  Baker and Confectioner,   .  r'rrrrortrA Jiotn,   -,'������������������.���������  -    K'kvp.i^tokk' Kta".':o  i 'iiptf  RatGPUSON Ei G0.~  This Space is, reserved f--.r"  JAMBS G-ILL .& GO.  Who  will   soon   be  opening, up  in  the   DRY   GOODS   and'  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS  l-iiiS'iiluriliiy only we are offering pure mixed I'aliit-i and I'ainters' Sinidric-i, gunraiitcc-d to  be eiiiuil lo the best briiuil in the miirket.  l'AIXTS - l'AINT ISItnsiIES.  Half Vims  ail-cuts Klnl Pnliit, ;1 in  30cents  ini-IMiils  :i."i(etiis Sash Tool   Ill rent*!  ii"TfVVinoMi-::::::::::::::::::::������"!.'!.'        "���������������������������> '���������"v1' r,s,\ "T "  One (iiillnns         S*l SO Iviiliuiimiu llrusli  -..cents  KA1-.OMINI: XVAI.'. l*~r~CI"~IT. easily Hiiplieil, in S lb. luicknitPS, I'i cents.  -   W.    M.    LAWRENCE  Hardware, Paints, Oils. Glass  TlXSMITIIlNO,  ItOOl'INO,  I'l.'llN.K.'K-XX'OItK.  Revelstoke  Hospital  organiteed at once.  Tne  Gold Commissioner  will   leave* out or to t ho. fact,  that   noht.dy could  tomorrow inorninc; on a visit to Thorn- get, up   the Slickeen  or  wliat is  the  son's I_andinf. and Coniaplix. cause- he* did nol (ilTer 1111 opinion.  M.iU'inity Itooin iu c-omiocl ion.  Vaccine ke'.it, on hand.  Drs.  McKcclinii: and  jcf.  Atlc;i(la:it~.  CHAS.   J.   AMAN  ICootcnay Apl^ut  Quaker  ~~"l~���������������" ���������"!-��������������� ''  Folaing  Hot-Air and Hot-Vapor  Bath Cabinet  Carpenters Wanted.  A fi-.. rir't pIii1" fiiriienters wnnled iinineil-  Int'li.   .-'.ciiily einiiloyinent to k<kk1  men.   .1.  Kkiis.m.im;:. \___ :il"s-  Liquor License  'Inl.-'- notice tlmt I, the iinder.sleneil, intend  to ,.,.:,!!. (jiirii.vs from date, to the Stil'endiary  M.U'.-init.: for'llH'X'irlli "lldlnif ol tli. I.loi-t-  or.il in-lni'l "f Kootenny for ������ li(eii������t* to it'll  lI'lM'.r l.v rctiil) at my hotel at the moiitli of  Cann'J ("n-c't  lull"'! tlu-i 1st day of Mav, ifc*.  1,.,-im- il. il. Hcciiansas.  0 ������  .. ..II"  YOI'   WANT   PURE C0W?S  MILK  *���������  (iutirnntcud Uiiftdwltcrato*.!,  Go to the Europe Dairy  IvIKS. F. JULIAN  0  I'IIOVIN'CIAIj SEOIIKTAKY'S OFKICK  EDUCATION  Notice. Is hereby given that; the annual  examination of candidates for certilieates of  quiiliHeatlou to leach in the public schools of  the province will be held ns folloiVHi.com  iiieneiiiK on Monday, July Ith, 1808, at 8:45 a.m.:  Victoria .'.'..Tu South I'ark School Tluilillng  Vancouver'..:..In Hiuli School HuildliiB  Kamlopps In I'ulilic School Jiullding  l-lacli applicant must forward a notice, thirty  days before the examination, stating the class  aud jrrade of certificate for which ho will be a  candidate, the optional subjects selected, and  at which of the above-named places he will  ntlend.  Kvep.v notice of Intention to be an applicant  must be accompanied with satisfactory testimonial of moral character.  Candidates are notified thst all of the above  requirements must be full.lied before their  applications can lie filed.  All candidates for First Class, (Irade A, Certificates, Including graduates, must attend in  Victoria to take the subjects prescribed for  July 13th unil 11th instants, and, to undergo  required oral examination.  S. I), rori:.  Superintendent of Kducation.  I'clncation OOtce,  Victoria, '.ay .th, 1S,_. 1iny4lsv;  CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT  ��������� KXCKLSIOU 1~1" \CT'0_~A__ JIINEltAL  CLAIM.  Situate in the Trout LlkeMininR Dhislon of  West ICootenay.  XV here located: On Silver  Cup 2X1 Untnin. hounded on the north by '  tliu ScttiRh   Chief, in   the  south by ..tint  lixcululor Minernl Clnii.i.  Take notice that J, EJpi*- A. Bornjit, Freo  aiiner'8 Ceriifleai^ No. _!(Hi8!l A. issued -it Victoria on the 3rd Noveinber. 1897, ns agrnt fur  nnd on beha't of tho Sunshine Limited. Freo  Mincr/a Ceriificato No. UHS A, issued at New  Westminster on the 30th* June, 1807, intend. til>  days  from  the date hereof   10 apply 10 the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Iinpiove-  ments for the  purpose of obnining n. crown  (.cantof the above mineral claim.  And further take notice that action, under  -"pction 37.  must be commenced  before.the.,  issuance of such CTtillciite of Improvements.  Diicd this 30th day of March, 18?8.  KDGAR A. NBENETT.  MOUNTAIN FRVCTIONaL MINERAL  CLA IJt.  Situntoin the Trout L*ke Mining Division of  West Ko :tenay. Wliere located: On Silver  Chip Mount .in, bounded on tlio cast by the  Sco'ti'sn Chief, on the west by the Mountain Mineral Claim.  Tako notice that I. Edgar A. Bennett. Free  Miner's Certificate No 20689 A. is?ued at Victoria on tho 3rd :November, 1837. as agent for  nnd on behalf of lho Suni-hine Limited, Frco  Wtner'a Certificate No. G116 A, issued at New  Westminster on the-Ztllh day of June, 1897.  intend, BO days from" the dale hereof, to apply  to tho Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements for tho purpose of ob'ai.ing a  crown (?ra ������t cf tho above mineral claim.  And limber tako notico Uiar. action, under  Kectioi. a7. must ho coir.menced before tho  issuance of*such Certificate of Improvements-  1)itcd this 30ch day of Alarch, UK.  rSOmrlm KDGx\R A-BENKETT.

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