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Array Uy  VEL  -ISSTJE3D  TWIOB-A-WEEK- ���������W-EXD3_TES1DA."Z'S   J*J3ST1D   S-A-TTJI^X__A.TrS-  Vol. III.    No.  27.  ICB.Humdl  &Co.  FOR THIS  WEEK  50 pieces best  Print���������at cost.  English  Great Bargains in Laces  and Ribbons until gone.  We have secured ^jr&T.'  Bell's Boots and Shoes  and can. safely say they  arethe finest goods ever  shown in Revelstoke..*:  Japanese    Matting ��������� a  fine" assortment., of \ pat- r  * .terns'��������� at-prices lower  -than ever before.   "  In rugs and squares and  carpets we think we  have the finest range  ever shown in the city.  Window    shades    and-  curtain poles���������the latest  thing out.  Don't forget we always  lead in Teas and Coffees  ���������Our Ram Lais is still  the favorite.  In Coffees our Excelsior  blend of Java and Mocha  is delicious  We have been fortunate  enough to secure anoth-  ercar of Ascroft potatoes  ���������The price is a little  higher than some others  but the potatoes are  better.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  The Great Departmental  BOURNE BROS.  Emblems of Spring Fill the Big Busy "Store.  In New Dress Fabrics we are this season better prepared than ever to furnish the -world's Newest and Choicest Dress  Materials in assortment, not only equally, but positirely surpassing- any similar showing made in any single store in this  city  and  at prices  that will  once more (and very emphatically) prove our supremacy in the retail Dress Goods business.  Wash Fabrics .' _  New English Prints, In the latest colorings. Exquisite Muslins, ln dainty and  artistic designs. White Muslins, White  , Piques and colored.plain or fancy new  Ginghams, In cheek anil other effects.  A Shirt Waist Event  The chief charm of this Shirt Waist offer  is the charm of novelty* combined with  lowness ol price.  eO Ladles'Fine percale shirt waists, in  handsome plaid designs, woven* on the  0      bias ln pretty shades, green, rose janil  " violet, made with three~point yoke back,  full pouch front, self collar and cuffs; a  very smart shirt waist,* special $1.00 each:  Metallic Satinette Skirts at $2  '��������� 10 of these beautiful skirts will go on  sale Monday. They nre the balance of a  > lot; the re,������ular,rvalue of'which is ~2.60;  they are in black foundations, with wide  silver metallic stripes, woll made full  skirt and gored band; a good $i.S0 underskirt Monday for |2.'-'-"---'  Wash Fabric Bargains  Every lady should bestow more than a  .   casual glance al these beautiful fnbrics.  ,' Besides being pretty thev are marvelouslv  cheap.  '27, pieces new fast   color Prints, in a  choice assortment of lijrlit grounds, with  new spring designs, suitable  for chilel-  -    ren's dresses, shirt waists, etc.    Regular  ��������� ,     15 cent goods. Monday 1214 cent". * .  "*"  '* :15 nieces English Cambrics, excellent  washing fabrics, light and dark effects,  - -   checks-and'stripes, also fancy designs,  worth 1_>J, "j cents a yajd, Monday 10 cents.  Ladies' Wrappers  These pretty percale wrappers will have  hosts of admirers Monday. They're new,  stylish and moderately priced.  25 Ladies' new percale wrappers in very  handsome plaid effects, latest style, full  fronts, skirt cut extra wide, perfect fitting, a regular $2 Ofl article, special $1.25.  20 Cent Cretonnes for 15 Cents  Monday we sell exactly 200 yards of  these new cretonnes. When this quantity is sold the Opportunity to buy at this  price ceases. They are in new art patterns, bright colored effects. Regular  -20 cent cretonnes, Monday 15 cents.  Ladies' Hosiery  These lines of Ladles' hose are' only  hints of the innumerable specials prepar-  ��������� ed for Monday's offering. '  Ladies' plain black cashmere hose,' fast  dye, seamless, special 35 cents.  Ladies' line quality plain black cashmere hose, extra solt flni .1, special 40 cts.  Special Curtain Cuts  Housekeepers will havo a gala day in  -���������-   * the curtain department oirMonday revelling among bargains like these:  511 pair white lace curtains, neat styles  and rich designs, 3 yards long. Regular  ifl.23 a pair, Monday for 83 cer.tsT -  -, 4 pieces curtain i-orim, in' cream and  ' '-line, plain cream, cream and red, cream  and mahogany. Regular 35 eents, Monday 25 cents.  Items for Home Needs���������Monday  The second floor of the Rig Busy Store  is a veritable housekeepers' paradise.  This list has been specially prepared for  them for Monday. every article is useful, of reliable quality and moderately  priced for Monday's special bargains.  Glass Pepper and Salts, regular 40 cents,  Monday 25 cents.  Small Japan Tea Pots, regular 45 cents,  Monday 35 cents.  1       Glass Tumblers, regular ������1.25, Monday  SOcents. -  Cake Plates, with handles,regular price  90 cents, Monday 60 cents.  China Tea Setts, regular price $7.50, on  Monday for $5.00.  Sin. Scollopes, regular price*GO censs.  Monday for 40 cents.  QIass "Water Setts, regular price $3 00,  on Monday nt $2.25.  Gla������s Water Pitchers, regular $1,50, on  Monday for $1.00.    ���������,  Goblets, regular price, $1.73, Monday at  -   $1.35.  Fruit Stand, regular prico 90 cents, ou  , , , Monday Ior 60 cents.    ._        -.     ...  Covered Vegetable Dishes, regular price  *������ 60 cents, on Monday for 40 cents.  Cut Glass Fruit DUlies,  regular price  85 cents, on Monday 60 cents.  Carpets, Oil Cloths, Japanese Matting,  x  Art Squares, Rr.gs, Mills.  Hundreds of other bargains offered on  Monday throughout the store.  Revelstoke s Great Beprtmenta  LADIES' EMPORIUM  Til  11D   STIIEKT,   f'EKTIin.  Opposite Cowan Block. -.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment of Fancy  Goods in town.  M.. K. Lawson.  Haig  & Crage  Notaries Public, ���������  Sole Agents for -  o  Kevelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  ^p?j^  Soine Great Snaps  Having hought thc Bankrupt Stock of  the FALLIS BROS. ESTATE at a  reduced prire, 1 c in now offer bin-gains  that cannot be equnlled in the city.  Twenty Bars Royal Crown Soap.. $1 00  Three lbs. of English Bfst. Tea...    100  White Star Baking Powder 12 oz.       15  Rolled Oats, 80 lbs. for     2 00  French Peas, 5 Tins for.     I 00  Pure ��������� Gold   Flavoring    Extracts,  5 oz        15  Peach, Pears. Apricots,   5  2J Ib.  Cans for only     1 00  l;C.B. Hume&Co.,|  1  1 \9***^*jH^m������jp,iy!9!*+*'>������*.+������������'*  WHOLESALE    AND    RETAIL  GENEllAL MERCHANTS  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Ave., RcvclstOKe Sta.  Money to Loan.  \V. White, Q.C. J. M. Scott, B.A..LL.B.  F. L. Gwilllm.  HARVEY   &   M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors,    Etc.  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.    -  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Olllces:   Molsons Bank Block.  First Street,   Revelstoke Station,  B. C.  DR. E. H. S. McLEAN  Office and Residence, two doors cast Cowan  Block.  THIRD SIRECT, CENTRE.  . Night and Day Calls attended to.  Telephone connection.  NURSE LUCAS  L. O. S., London. England.  GREAT SLAUGHTER  IN GENTS' FURNISHINGS  Come and See my $5.00 Suits  FREE DELIVERY  STRICTLY CASH  REVELSTOKE A CITY  E S. JACKSON.  ST0P THAT  G0HGH.  WHICH HAS TROUBLED  YOU ALL WINTER.       experienced,  obstetrical nu  Trained  obsti  Address  medical,     surgical,  rsc. open to engae-csient.  NURSE LUCAS. Revelstoke.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Draying and delivery work a speria'ty. Teams  always ready on shortcut notice. Contracts for  Ji-bM-i: tale* n.  D.D. Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil  With HypophospMtes  Will Cure Your Cough.  $1.00 AND 50 CENT BOTTLES,  '   ..FIELD & BEWS..  TriFFKr>jct CS. TV. Htvg, MtBac'"'-  Our town's incorporated.  And if perchance lt is belated  - The vale will be* related  . .    "*    By aud by.  -J"ui we're hoping for the better  ' If the people won't beset her,  And the government wiil let her  llaic her dues. -  'This town's Incorporation  ' Shoultlarousc tlie inspiration  And the general confirmation  Of its good.  Then wc want no Ill-bred feeling  Trom the ones of different dealing  __-"'liile_this towjiat present is.recling  With the change. - ;-"**-     ***"   But just lend a helping hand  To unity's fair demand  Don't allow thc place to strand  At such a time.  Wc should plan no ruination  , Of our city's destination,      '       -      ..  But encourage recreation  ���������. All we can. , ,'  And, if there U contamination,  Or maladministration,  Then raise a proclamation  To oppose it.  For resources never fear.  The future's bright and clear  bo go in with hearty cheer  And do yonr best  Thc means ol navigating  To Big Bend is vigoratini;  And the ore wilt eome a'ireighting  0        Down from there.  The commercial locomotion  Adds to the lown a potion  And the shops bring money-lotion  To expend. ..  s  Then don't appear so weary.  But don a look that's cheery,  And yc sceptics ne'er be lcary  Of the outcome.  With the aldermen we've got,  No place should go tu rot,  For wc have a business lot  To council us.  Then let our hopes be hearty  And refrain from being tarty.  While a man like F. McCarty i,  is our major.   ,  Then three cheers for our first mayor,  Who occupies thc chair;  lie is a man that's squaro  Is K. McCarty.  The aldermanlc people, too!  We give three cheers to yon,  Anefinay you to this town be true,  And good,  - Administer Just laws;  lie strict adherents to tlie cause,  And never, never pause  To do what's right.  Then shout hurrah for Revelstoke,  Fair young city of the west;.  Prosperity is her motto  And honor is her crest.  TO THE CANOE RIVER  INTERESTING ACCOUNT OF THE  NAVIGATION OF THE  RIVER  REVELSTOKE TO CANOE RIVER  A Distance of One Hundred and Five  Miles���������Vivid Description of Death  Rapids Canon���������Two Steamers Required Connected at This Point bj *?.  Short Tramway���������A District Rich in  _ Mineral and Timber Waiting Development.  The following account of lhe navigation of the Oohunbia, river is extracted from a report furnished tbe  Dominion Public Work.*) Department  of a trip around from Beaver to Revelstoke made during the hitter part of  April, 1891, at ������. low stage, of water,  by R. Gamble,'the resident engineer  at Victoria:  " From Cunoe river to Death Rapids  Canon, there are no serious obstacles  to navigation by a 'powerful stern-  wheel steamer, other than strong  fifties, :whieh can , be - overcome by  lining up with a strong capstan, lt.  would not be possible to inipiove any  of them by artificial means, except iit  a great expense and even,tben permanent success would be.doubtfiil.  -The cation itself is very crooked and  nair'ow, tlie wall'iock being rugged  and almost ^perpendicular from the  water's edge, very" strong' riffle's or  rapids, increasing_ in velocity, being  fiecjueiit with dangerous eddies'and  boils on either side at "the lower enel.  On entering the canon the river gorges  from 500 to 200 leet, in" lae-t is turned  on edge, while at" Death Rapids itself  the width is still further reduced to  100 feet. This sudden contraction is  caused by two roekslid. s, on the right  above the crest, while theotlier comes  down from the bluff'on the left a little  lower clown. It-is easily understood  after viewing' this pliirc. wherein its  danger lies. The* "great- volume- of  water is suddenly, obstructed and  thrown against the rock wall on the  left and is theie piled up, rushing  through Uie narrow channel in heavy  eiuTnig swells, in which no "ordinary  boat could live, lt has never been  attempted by a steamer.' To improve  it would require the lemovalof both  the slides mentioned, a very difficult,  dangerous and costly pieces of-work,  but it is" a question whether the  removal of these, while iinpiiiving  Death ltapids pioper, would not have  the opposite elfeet on the liver above,  perhaps rendering it impassable for  either boats or steamboats. The  gorging of the river at this point, has  the effect of backing the river up,  thus partially eliminating tlie dangei--  ous-places abo~v~.e._lfjtt_������ny future time  Gamble speaks of tbe abundance of  timber, apparently of Rood quality,  hemlock, spruce and cedar, along the  banks from Kinbasket lake to Canoe  river, of which the outlet to market is  of course down lo Itevelstoke.  MURDER AT CRAHBROCK  Tcrrance R7. n, of   Montreal, Murdered  by an Italian  VAKtoaviiis. Mm eh 31.���������Woi d bus  been received here from Cranbi-ook. on  lhe Crow's .Nest Pass railway, that  Terrance Ryan, of Montreal, has been  murdered there. It is supposed that  the* crime was committed by an Italian  who mistook the murdered man for a  countryman, with whom he bad a  row.  Et.KO, B.C., March 30.���������The Italian  and bis companion who murdered  young Ryan at Cranbrook, B. C,  while attempting to escape to the  United States, were, arrested todny by  Constable Barnes and Frank McVitty,  and Constable Enas Campbell. The  constables followed them day and  night after the murderers left Cranbrook.  FERGUSON.  NEWS  FROM   THE  DEAU.  BUSY, LAR-  A   VERY   PROMISING   GAMP.  The Primrose'ahd~ Old Gold Properties  to be Worked This Season��������� 'Work  to be Resumed on the I X L���������Capitalists Looking Over the. Union Jack  ���������Ore Going Out and Freight . and  Passengers Coming In. -  Fekguson, April 1.���������All Fool's Day  finds our interesting *little~'etuii'p in a  more flourishing condition and with a  better outlook for good times than .'it  any time-during the lust -18 months.  What with Nettie L and Beatrice  rawhides -coming in every day and  Cinig.& Hillnitiii'- three aud-four  t-~ams'hauling ore to Thomson's Land  THOMSON'S   LANDING!  THE PROSPECTOR'S  EXCHANGE  ON FIRE  . Glengarry  The owners of the Glengarry have  given a contract to ,Watts' Diamond  Core Drill to sink GOO feet of prospect  shafts on the lead, in 6. places. 100 feet  in each,.  the development of the output of the  mines and forests in this section of the  province" demands cheap and ra|~ji'i  ti'Hiispeirtntion. then a sti'iiiijet-'should  lie put on the river above Death  Ripids .ind another below, connection  between the two to be uiiide by wagon  road or tramway. This woultl not be  in nib longer than 2J or 3 miles.  Between Downie creek and Revelstoke there are places where a steamer  would run no inconsiderable risk. I  refer piuticiilarly to the Little C.inun,  situated about six miles above Kevelstoke. This canon is about 1G00 feet  long, straight, but narrow, with  jagged, 'perpendicular wall rock on  both sides. At the upper end, 011 the  left, there is a, sunken rock, which  would doubtless cause a most dangerous eddy at a higher'stage of water.  (This rock has since been u-moved).  Above the Canoe up to Downie creek  there are 11 great many rapids which a  steamer would have senile difficulty in  making without lining, especially ut a  low stage of water. What tbey may  be at high water I cannot say.  There can be no doubt that the Big  Bend country, that is the countiy  traversed by the* Columbia river north  of the railway, is again attracting the  attention of miners and it only needs  cheaper transportation than at present  obtains, that is by pack trains at'd  boat, to increase the oul put of the  mines, both gold and silver, now being  developed in that section.  According to my estimate the distances following the sinuosities of the  river from llevelstoke to Canoe river  is 105 miles, Revelstoke to Death  Rapids 50, Death Rapids to Canoe  river 55. The fall from Canoe river  to the foot of Death Rapids is 220 feet,  from that point to Revelstoke 1.50."  Ir. another part- of   the report   Mr.  ing,' and bringing in* passengers iind  freight, we are as lively as at any  time last summer; let. us hope capital  will also come?hefore long, and that  the present good outlook is not only  an April fool delusion.  ilr. .T. W. Westfall was in town for  two days this week. While heie  he visited the Nettie. L and was' vety  favorably impiessed wilh tbe .showing of ore on that property. Mr.  Westfall will be here again in a few  weeks with men to re-open the work  on tbe Primrose and Old Gold  mining properties, both of wliich  under his skilful management we hope  to have on our shipping list before the  beason is over. Mr. Westfall will also  superintend tbe work on a properl.y  irdjcTiiTii-Tg~t!iB-Pi'imrcii,i'-rfor-wmill-he-  was successful in forming a company  this winter.  31 r. Schiiell arrivi'd yesterday and  io looking aioiuuVfoi- a good location  to open up iti the b.u-ber business.  The'boy*" will be able to get a Sunday  shave now.  Hugh McPherson is rushing the ore  through from Beatrice to Ferguson  on rawhides. lie lias some 15 Horses  at work. Ciaig & Hillman have taken  six sleigh loads from here' to Thomson's Landing the last tw;o days.  Mr. Beer, of Nelson, one of the  owners of the Beatrice, paid this camp  a visit for 11 few elays during the week.  Andy Daney bus the contract for  hauling ore from the Nettie L. His  two men have so far brought down  one hundred sacks which have'' gone  through to Thomson's landing.  The owneis of the I X L are expected here any elay. when work will  be resumed more extensively.  D. G. McNeill has returned from his  winter holidays and it is expected the  Silver Cup under his able management  will work in good shape this season.  J. C. Kirkpatrick had two parties  looking over the Union Jack this  week.  D. Ferguson is getting in lumber to  furnish bis new hotel for the insli of  business expected in the near futurel  The snow is going fas', but a few  men with shovels doing a little denning iip around the business establishments would make a vast improvement.  Several of the Trout Lake "ladies  paid the camp a visit the first of the  week.  Jomes Snell will commence work on  b'w property.at 8-Mile next week.  ICE ON THE ARM BREAKING UP  Ed. Hillraan's Had a Narrow Escape���������  Rawhiding Will Soon be Over for the  Season���������Good Results on the Mohawk  Improvements to the Prospector's  Exchange.  Thomson*'.; Lanoinii, April 2.���������It  seems that excitements never come  singly, as on Marcli 30th at 10 o'clock"  in tl.e morning it was discovered, that  , -   1  T. W, Graliame's hotel was on fire in  two places on the roof of the' main  building, having caught from th'e  'stovepipes.' T.'W.-Gr.ihiiiiie*r-anri-*-J.  McDowell were the only* two.men at .  the Landing. Never before were all  the men onfns.on that- day, but the  two worked desperately and finally  put the.fire emt, with but little damage  done. . ���������'  Mr. Grahame is getting his hotel  painted and varnished throughout and  some alterations arc being,made. ' He  says he will soon be tvadv forthe  spring rush.  Craig   tc   Hillman's teams are still  hauling     Beatrice   ore.   * They    have  several.tons in now, but the* teamsters .  say the roads are getting quite bare of ,  snow in places.      M.* Beaton  ciuie  in.  last night with' one'disabled horse. He- .  says that, in" his opinion about ten days  more will finish'tlie rawhiding fin- th'e  Beatrice; " ���������     -  *-        .   >.   ,.  Ed. Ililhii.-ti came/near losing liis  team on Fiiday when lie was leaving  Arrowhead for the Landing' \\ ith the  mail, passengers and freight.' "Justus ,  he was leaving the shore to'lake the .  ice the team* biok'e threuigh"when only  about 30 feet-out. 'Both' horses'went''  in, but after a'hard light'' he" managed  to get them safely on solid ice; without  posing anything. _ c' .     .  *   Tom   Taylor -and -Mrs.   Taylor.. of "  Trout llake.-came" in ..on ..Wednesday.  They were on tlieir way toRevelstoke  where Mrs. Taylor intends to stop, for  a time. ��������� Turn returned on Saturday.'  G. XV. Beers, one of tbe owners'-of'  the Beatrice returned lo Nelson,on.  Saturday. ���������   , -   ���������  Billy Pool'nnd bis sister, Miss Pobli.  en nie in to-day. Tbey lire stopping at  tbe Prospector's Exchange.'. _���������   *   Mr. Bales is.seriously, thinking of  building a-good sized hotel ,here iii the  spring.- ��������� ,  ,*-..'  Pcirtiesin Fenjuson were''offering $1  dozen for fresh' eggs lust week: ' A  chicken ranch would do well in. this  neighborhood.' ���������    ,  Tom'   Downing..  Ben'Reamy   and  Chailey   McKay    are    still   wo'tking'*  opening���������up_thc_Moliawik._\vjth_^go.i]d_  results.**    "Will send in a report =oi������n.  V  SURPRISE^ GREEK    *���������>.'  The Locality of ths New Placer Strike  Described by a'Pioneer Prospector  Mr. John F.'Smith,  a* pion������"������;i* pros-  discoverer  .'���������a >',*-i;i;.--,l-\  S'.ai.d.it.J.  the  creek  litis  pector on Canoe Kiver and  of the Tete Jaune O.-ic-lif r.i*.  says'- in'   the     Kamloops  speaking of Surprise Creek,  on which'the lecetit placer -trike  been made:  " This creek takes its source out ot  that portion of the Rocky  nieiuiiliitis  which   is cut through by the   south  branch of the   Fr.tser  river and lies  east of the-Yellowhead Pass,    lt beads  in from   the .south.   Hows noi tli and  enters the Fraser river at or  near' the  point  where  the  north    and    south  branches meet', sume' 15 miles east of  Tete   Jaune   Cache."     To   leach  that  locality   there arei three points from  which entrance'could  becgaitied  viz:  From Edmonton through the Vellow-  head  pass,   a' distance   of-about 480  miles; from Donald or Revelstoke,'B.  C, via Columbia'ahd C.moe rivers,  to  the   crossing  of   the   Canoe river,  a  common point' to 'any* route south or  west, the distance  being-187 "aiid5108  miles respectivelv; from   Ki'mloops to  the same point is '220..miles jiud .from  C.moe riyer_crossii!g.__toi'_Tete Jaune  Cache is 18 miles.     Tliis'lattei- place  which will '110 ^ivilil-beVtime the distributing -point   for, thiit'.  vast .area,  extending east, north .ine_Lsouth.qf.tho  locality of Hie piesent find. ..Thejioiiit  of preference of . route. then liesj between the. Canoe.river ^crossing, and  the nlaces'DamediilKive.  .   .   ..   -..���������:  r Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interests o  Rev dstoke, Lardsau, Big Bend, Trout Lake  lilecillewaoi. Alben Canyon, Jordan  1'aee and Eagle fans 1> IilriUB.  A   JOHN90N.  .Proprietor.  REMARKABLE ENDURANCE  The powers uf human endurance  seem to be limitless. The sufferings  of Lieutenant Clreeley anel the 111 fated  members of tliu Januclto Arc lie expedition show thai the spark of life  is bard In iiuciich in a healthy body.  Given courage, a strong will, a I'oar-  l������ss niliid, anil il i.s astonishing what  prodigious funis of eiulurance may be  p-rformed. The iiuighborhood ut W'e-  tasklwln lias provided several, astonishing '-'Xaiiililos of this. Last suni-  nn  olel   lady,   (.Mrs.  Mackenzie,  of  A Seml-Wt-ckly Journal, published in tho  lowretta of He.<*.l_tu_e and the tiirrouiieliiiK  district. Weduesdnj-j and sriturda*B, making  :l__*."_i connections -iin all lialns.  Advertlsinc Rates:   Uisp'ay ads, ?1 !Q per  column ii.ch. J2.U0 per inch when Inserted on titlo  rnpe-    Leual aos.  lie p>-r (nonpureill lino for  Brsi itisertt d : 5c for euch addilloiinliiiBcrtion. ,  Heading notices, lie per line each issue. Bi 3 h, '  _larr atce-ind lVntti uoticcs, free. I  tjcbecnplion lUtw   By null ur carrier. ������2 WI   ,-,,,.  per annum:  |l.'~i for six months, -triolly in ,  ��������� cvMice. f:il>'   Lakes),   abuui   fi.i   years   hi   ukc.  uur Job Department: _iik HmiAtn Job' . . . ,,>nil1111.,...ii.. ..tone ovcrniirhl  t>cpartmenl is one of the best equipped :'" '������S "-11 le nipni .11 u> .none, oici.iibiu  printlDic oHuob In Weae K-tit'-nn., nnel is pro- ��������� \,v ]101. SOM   WlMU  foi-tIi  Into  tin; brush  paied to execute f 11 kinels uf printing in  "11    class Btylc at hone-i prices One prico to all. i c lose by her house' tn fulfil 11 mlleli  .So.lobiool.i-Ke-nonet^Ofliiiall-forus.   Mai  ' s|      ,     t   t       ,   llf ,       slM-roiilul-  ordere pr./inptl* Mttenduo to.   Ono us ������ ir.ni  on your next oidir. .    loss,  ilhln'l  llml  llie cow. anil  kept mi  .n��������� _S'__W<������ of Imer's. 'o "hSWSl ' ������ niiflerliiB.     Although liunleel fcr hi" 1>  Endeil*B?n *"������_? '1������S' ���������S.I���������������3ta������ , "nt1 ,0"' ,J>' ������vor w ������^>������>'*' the old  Kevelstoke. In all cases the bona lielo nainu _ lady was not fouutl till lliu llfth librlil.  of thi* writer niu'-tft'ieomsaiiy manuscript, but j j-el,   (1|SC(n.vl.y   wns   jmroly  acciileni.-il.  COST  OV THR  CROWS IslCST  The Deimiiilcin of Canada paiel $11,000  n mile towards tlio cost of the Crow's  Ncsl I'.iss railway. The statement  has often been made; that tiie roael did  nol cost that much per mile, but these  statements were always Hindu by persons who had not access to llie- books  of the Canadian I'acilie Railway company. According to the books of the  crmp.'itiy, ihe rond has cost, so far,  $.~17"~.Su6.01. ot- '-I0.-M2 a mile, and the  most expensive piece ot* the road remains lo be built. Last year llie  company exneiided on construction  :ucount ?.~i,rini,..00.!i3.  44.  SANK   1  ^������a_s_^  DIS1IONKST   BOOKKEEPING  not ne"*--,-H'-liy for wihlieiwio  _ddrc������s al! communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke, B.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  Cr^-  iNCOuponA'i'KfJ nv Act oir I'.uti.i v*u_:nt, lS.~.*i.  HEAD OFFICE MON7RHAL .  ifc  32 000.000  31.&OO0CO  liw-ixu, Vlt-o IYr3lclt.nl:  .1. 1'. (Ji.uniuici,  =3  ���������^_  3t  I .\'.I correfpo .eiirico must, J10 legibly  j ritien nn onc-ide of iho paper on.y. .  1. Correspondence containing personal  P-i.i^rnvn������ be signed with 11.3 pr per mimo  ' fjhe "1 ������pondencc with relerenco to any  M.ioit th_T has appeared In another pai cr  nS flr-t be offer*, for public*.Ion lo Umt  reper before it can appear in Inr. Ueicai.u-  V.'HDNESDAV,  APRIL" 5,  1S99  THE GROWTH OF  MONOPOLY  of  the  Con-  In the current number  tf-mporary Kevi.-w Mr. Mauristy describes the growth of monopolies In  British industry. The facts stated by  him will probably come as a "surprise  to  most* readers.  Consumers have grown so accustomed 10 the continuous falls in the prices  of almost every article largely or Bcn-  -i-ally bought, ihat ihey are inclined  10 resard it as llie result of a natural |  ltw. The mocess hus been gradual,  r.r.d it wears many forms. Jt besun  in mosi industries, with tliu substitution of large shops for small ones. In  1I10 retail trade, Uie revolution is far  from being- complete. The small mini  tlill retains a fooiliiK. though with a  il-syeratu birujrgle. 'I'hero are still  noine small shops who keep their cus-  tom by some special excellence for  which ihey have a rupulatlon. Hue  their numbers are decreiisiny. and a  .'���������well known or v.ell advertised name"  i^ more and more laken as a auarantee  e.r quality. Kvt-n ihu country districts.  where the small trader once hud everything bis own way, have been invaded  bv   lhe   branch   system.      .Lipton.   for  One of lbe seiirchers happened to be  I'idiiif.r by a clump of brush and funded  li--. heard some 0110 sobbinir. I.>i*>-  ii'ounlliii'. he followed the sound and  came on the lost "lie wiilkintr :iim-  l"ssly about, softly crying to herself.  Phe bad been mil nve days am! livo  uiirlils without a bite In eat. aiul no  shelter. The        stransesi        feat  ure of this case is that 21 hours ufier-  v ards   she   was   as   well   as   ever   and  attending;   to   her   household       duties.  Fortunately   this   ouciirreil   in  suinmer  time.       Last    winter   11   teamster,    nn  bis way from  1'uiioka lo  Pigeon  Lake,  after  n   load   of   while   fish,   had      hisi  ti-ani  run   away.      JJe  started   lo  take  ���������a short cut to ihe ltike anil of c-ourso  Kot.   lost.      The   unfortunate  man  wan  lout-seven   elays  and   nights   with   lbe  ! Umrmomcler   far   below   zero.       When  'found,   he   was'sealed   on      tho  snow,  jltanlng   agaiusi   a    tree,   suffering   no  appareiH  discomfort.       I-Te joked   with  I rue members of the search  parly.  His  , extremities      wero.      however,      badly  fiozeii and   the  poor  fellow  died  whii.:  Laving  them  amputated  in  Edmonton.  But  those   lwo  foregoing eases  wero  frilles   c-oiiijiarccl   with   the   cxnci-icnco  lindergciie  the olher day by an  Assyrian   pc-dler   named      ficortto      Nofleld  .--.bout   CO   miles  east  ot      Wetaskiwin.  rJ'l:is   man   was  actually   lost  afoot  on  iho  prairie  from   the 12lli  lo  the'22nd  I of   ibis   month,   nine  days  and   nights,  I lbe   weather   being       frightfully   cold  I nnel   lie  limine: linlhing  lo  citiench   his  I tliii-.-i   but   snow  am!   nolliing      to  c-al  bin     snow     balls.       His       wcaknes*  111.wards the Inst  m������y be     judged      of  from   Ihe  f.-ici   that  il   took  blm  three  days to make lho last three miles 10 a  ranche*.      But he doggedly stuck to the  t' sk of saving his own life and i.s now  doins-   fairly   well   in       the   J-ilmonion  hospital.  Neither Croat Britain nor tho United  States does whnt Canada does, namely,  maintains n fictitious bookkeeping  system. If lirllnin or the United  Sitiles spends more than current  revenue ll'.e extra amount is slated  plainly U> be a deficit. If Canada  s/i.'iid.- more lliiin current revenue  (and she bas done so In nine out of  eiery 10 years since Confederation) it  is nol called a deficit. Tlie loss is put  clown lo a funny thing called capital  account, which is then calmly retired  into lhe background, while the politicians come out with the rest of the  figures .ir.d shout "surplus!" Thus it  comes llml despite a large amount of  alleged surplus during our national  life, our net public, debt, has reached  two hundred and sixty million dolls rs.  Upper Arrow Lake,  URITISH COLUMBIA  PAID HP CAPITAL      -  I.EST FUND -  MI-ERTeil"*;:   Wm. Mo'i.������on  SIaci inniscix, I'lvslilcut;   S.   II.  \v. M. ltAMi.AY,s.\.Mi;i-:i, I'*ini.i:v, Ilixiiv AiicaiuiAi.p,  II.  .IIAIIKI.A.SI) Mul.SUN. ,  ].\ Wuiiria:iu._ Thomas, Clenuiul Manager. .   _^,  luLori'st. "illnwi'il a' airri'iil, ~~2  __ .1.  I).-MOLSON.    '        =3  S: .-"Iaxaiikii. lii;vi i���������iioi;i:. II. c.     3|  Jj^     A general bunking liiiiinesK fi-1111-sicli _1  f������Z rates.  RATES.   $lo3   PZR   DVY  Weir Known for Their  Health Giving Properties.  The  Co  Good accointii'cil.lion.   'A.' ^bod bar  well supplied   *,..������], c!ioico \1inc3  .   liquors and .cigars.  Free Bjis Meets All Trains  Both Hotels Ops&i for the Winter  s  Jliss   Mackintosh,   elatighter   of   the  ox-lieutenant governor, is to be mar-  ~.        . T    ,        c .r , -...   ,     r,  .. ,-.   .,  ried in Ottawaw shortly to diaries'Hic Arrow J^ikcs Steamers Kootunay and jNInito Call Daily.  Needham,   barrister. - .  A Conveyance is ran m connection with the Steamers  c. p. n. expenditures  Sir AVilliam Van Home in .his annual report to the C.P.R.. shareholders says:  "Vou will be asked to approve expenditures for improvements o������ permanent way, aggregating $1,140,979.  for additional station, yard, and tormina! facilities at Montreal. Vancouver and other points, ?78S,S47; for  completion of air .brake and auto-  i;~~*tic coupler equipment $305,010; for  branch   lines   to  mines   ln   connexion  and tlie Springs.  Good Accommodation both  tlie Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.'  $1.25 per day.  Brown ���������& Pool.  Proprietors.,-*, ���������������;  at   tho   Springs   and at  Baths Free.  Bates  BEHOLD. YE CROOKS  New and Improved Method of Cracking  Safes. Just a Touch of Electricity  and "Open Sesame."  instance, has 1S1 branches in lhe province*, and 72 in London, and one to- Within every bank in New York are  bacco llrm alone has 100 branches, the means by which, without noise and  "Combinations," which resemble in without danger, if once a properly  many ways those of America, are .equipped burglar'can get to the vault,  t.-king the place of ������������������firms.'" Twenty-jibe doors of the slaunchest "liurirlar  four firms in the engineering trade proof" vault can be penetrated within  have become one. and another com- j t.he space of a few minute.*-. A pice-.-  bina'tion of companies boasts of being ,01* carbon, a coil of-wire, and n little  lhe only firm capable of turning "lit (knowledge of electricity and  banleship complete in every respect.  ited   modern   burglar  .an  the  do  inili-  The Acme���������*  Soda   ',  Water  Works -  Miuiiifactiu-ers ol' all kinds of.  Aerated Water?, Soda and Mineral  Waters in Syphons anel Bottle?.  l-\icfcoi-ies afc Veruon and Kevelstoke, \>. C.  M. o. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Do   Vou   Cilant   a    J-lome   in    This] Groining    Alining' and  '   I^ailtxiay ' .Centre   ?  The C..& K. s'eum Navigation Company htva sdti i of ,ht most  lightful jiiop'Tty iu. Kevelstoke. It ia charmingly : situated, haudy to  to any ~.oriion of this town. Come and enquire about it afc once. E.tsy  terms if necessary.,      ; ' , ..        *, ":  HMIG SlGHRIG, .Sole figents  Proprietor.  CHUECH DIHBCTOB.Y.  ne  ,f   & B. Coaies. thread manufacturers, j quarter of an  hour what the- most  have swallowed up four of their rivals, Icomplished   cracksman,   with  his  clril  and the uniled firms have a capital of land high explosives, might fail'in aft  nbout ������10.000.000, in which lhey pay ii  dividc-nd of 20 p<*r cent.  The prospect as regards the con-  V. nuT undoubtedly looks serious.  ���������Traders." as Mr. Macristy says, "are  t-.m in business for philanthropic purposes." Thoy will cut prices until  Ihe numb'.".- of those who have escaped j  "has  bc.-n      brousht to  a  figure  could  open  their safes perf-ctly noi.--  a lit Ue instru-  in hi.-i pricket.  -eiin���������further-���������fa".-[Th">���������gifn?���������hhiTTrTilirhi'ci  a night of work. Ollicials of a Kar.sa*.  City bank v,*er.' treated 10 n nenel and  diverting exhibition last week uf li.iw  their lire and burglar proof safe could  be rilled as easily as mi old lady'.,  bureau   drawer.  A.11   electrician,   .Mr.   C.   il.   ."lalliew=.  had  assume]   Uie  bank  owners  tl-.r.t  hf  ~\,r ETiiomar    ckuiicii ��������� novciwoicu.  -<-!��������� pror-ehiiig icrviir*. at 11 n.m. anil 7:-IC  p.m. Cla'-a mae'.ir.s- nt. tho clmei of the  niorning sorvieo. .-nhbith !*ehn.'l e.nil Hible-  OIa.->b :it 2:30 p.m. W~.:c*Kly prnr-ir mccrn?  cvory VVedne-mlay evs'.in^ _t 7:ru p.m. Tli-*  p-.ib:ic._70 conltally invited.   Bs-iM free.  KKV. M. .1. THOMPSON",  Pd.*tor.  f'HUV.CE li? E-.-OI.-V'N'D���������St- Tstc-V  *~- Rovi'l-:)!'o TlonrJOf fri-Icr : Evrnlrp  urayrr riff ly .it 5 o'elor*:, Frlilsya nt ,"::*1  Sun'-.iyj ami F,i.,ti-."i!a: Holy Comninr.ior. nl.  a in.. >i;or..liiK prajnr at 11. Sncday School  ane! Bib!.', Cm" n-t *!:.������>. cvc-lrcr pray r ������ 7S"'-1.  (���������-<--t Snn(!.*.yin th������ mon-.ii Kd? Ccmmcnlon  at moriiini; VM*vlce������._ __^_____  M  %  Ti  TO PKOSPISOTOSS AND MINERS.   Mineral propsrties  opened, up by.tas-""���������*"--^--"^���������.  i-TERIA :  rum.  -.������������������htcli in.-ikcs acreement possible." ami   !, sfcly in *J0 seconds with  ilicn   they  v.ill  combine      to  interpose jrne.'it 1l1.1t he could carry  '"'--[ iii  -oa^mer���������aj^nnyr-  nve-li nir-:  .*.'.:-.  .Maerisly would seek a  remedy inland lie did it  ftate action: and he is alarmed by lbe'  Hauler   arising   from      pronts-       being  fxc-d   ������������������sol-'ly   from   tbe   s-tiuitlpoint   of  iiie  manufacturers."  and from  the ia-  tci-esti of the operations being enlisted  -r.-iins-t the consumer  LATTER  DAY WARFARE  to prove -t.  Ib- look his ap'iaratu-s  mil of his pocket and unwo'ind two  ceils of s-ilk incased eiipppr wires. Tli--  . 1 ds of these lie attached to llie an.-  Icrnp electric wire with ������hii*ii t!*,������  building      was      lighted.      Om   of  tii..  CI: L' B 0 K��������� F.-^ve!.' tok e.  Innriav at 11 ...ui. i.nrt li���������������  r.i  C;B   p.m..  :o ?hlcb  II .-.re wc-co..>i>.   Prayer   itxc'r.r.c ax a p.m.  .r_v>?r*--J_Ce_!'~c-S'!-~_u.  pT-.I-SBVTI  17    -bcrv'-.w  p.m      Bi")'-*  C1\!H_  ItEV. T. MF.NZrfSS. P.iFlcr.  K  OMAN"   CATHOMO   rn;;,~>.~-,K ��������� Kcvcl  Vioin.     Mies   fir, t ..rei ir.ir/J-���������siiadiiye in  ion:h it lfl-li-1 s in-  .     KEV. FATHi;7C THAVEK.  AHMV���������Memin-js every jiIkI'I  Front S.n-i-.L  formation, had     i.ractlcally tj, ying open  A  b.itilf- r.o.v refulvod Its.-'.fJii  unnth.-r  ^ 'melt'-d av-ii  Lord  Roberts presided at a meeting  cf  the  Military  Society of Ire-land  on  ihe Tth instant, and made some  t< rc-siing remarks gn modern war'  He  said   that   the- characteristics  battle had of Ian? greatly altered.  .-!..>:" of ������.'tuar������K. v. ith men and offi  l >  close  tf. 'i-i hy.  !:.-..j a s'-ri���������* of ri.--t.-i. hed flKli*.*. !":*  c liis diBj-'inted. and e.>:is"fiu-;:u'y  'lii? control .-ift'-r a shori time de%*������ivi--,'.  on sub..-.*.l:n.ii- ..:!!'-rs. TU1. c>.'ariy  e-.o-.w-d that ������*v.-ry > .lebfi- should  |. M-n light infiir.try v.*.iric, and tliat  ��������� ���������v.-ry tittle r mu. I !< ��������� ��������� diic.r...-.l to f-*.'-  . *-<-i,.������ hi" o*.-n Ji.n!gii*..-ni un-l lo a-.L  or. his ov. n r.sponMbillty. it was th.i  natural .iptiiiiiie f..r scouilns and skirmishing v-hi>.li made- \\\r. tribesmen oC  our intiian fro.iti' r sutl!  li.tlo  copper   wires  lie  connecii-d   wuii !  a  projecting corner of  the  saf-.      71" j  held  the enel  ct'  th.--  ot!ir*r  wi:v  in  h...-  band.   atlachrd   in   a   peculiar  looking  c-Jeclrlcal dovlce.      lie .-nljust���������1 tlu- l.y  a. hand  on  a  dial  looking like th>*  regulator of a  watch...A stick of carbon  _ formed   the-i*nVi"^or o!.'cti-.ie|..  "f      th -  in~ .mechanism.       lt<*-   apoli-d   ih>������   e-ir!i..-i  are.   to   the   saff  just  over   th"   mn.-   I1"'!' "  of,In  an  instant  a stream      'f      uliiti-*:-.  ���������rftn : iTult-.-n  me-iai  began  10  imm  .1..". u  ii...  ~f.ides  of  th"  s.-if...       In   imi      1..inul  ������������������  'ner-*-  was a   liol-  ail   Inch   In  <l>..iit-i--r  ill.- i it.ll  part 1 '���������( 111 ��������� lock.  ninill.-  ihe  loele   |i ���������.-If  >������ a ,  *,  un.I   tin-  big .I....1-  *v iiir."  cai.vatios  *-J   ir. thi'.r ha 1 0;  Lcya.1  Orangrs   Lodge, I*Io   1C53  11h.-1i.11  ' 1 ;i. ni  I  i |,'i in;  I'ifll.n.  I'. I".  LWholcsalc and Botail Dealer in.'....   FRUAE BEEF, PORK,'-  "���������  .MIDTTOJN JUiD S^USJISE  Fisli   and   Game   in    Season;       IMark'cts   nt   ]..i;volstoke''  Bevelstokc Station, Naktis]), Trout Lake City, and j'ergnson  THE PION'EER'- LIVERY-^-  Feed and Sale Stable of tbo Lardeau and Trout Lako  S.ul.llc.    and      Rude  always for hire.  =E~S'~  I lenses  P'leiijbLinjj  s'l.'oially.  .11.1l   T.  .������������������.���������niiifj   a  Daily ytiiire leaves Thomson's L-uidii'iif every morning at'7* o'clock  i'or Trout Lake (Jily.    .Air particulars w;ii!o  .    . ....   OKA IG* & HILLMAN, Tuo.uson's Landing.  difficult fo<*  ],-..,st  fuund ;h-m  oticn.     In 1 ���������.-.-. 1 iin.r.' .'uliu.t. s ib,  elcor  of  th-  sal'.-   was      111.-It,-I  .���������ironml   Iii--      l.'fk,  an.l      i!i������  tlel'.-illr.'   !:>v   < XPOS.-il  Nut a "..'in.! li.-t I li.-'*-n h.-'  f-..-:i so murh as th" -"putt.-I'll'  bi.'.-niiig i.-jt:.!'.,. T!i������-i*i- v.������������������!*' n,  hersuii:.- l-.-v, :'.;. jurulli.-s and d.ir'T ���������  pii'-kacrs >*.' dyi.imit,- to bunl-M  s-ife blow-T. Th- Iiaii't ollicials  su,,"chless. Their t"!i).i00 ui' lu-d-T  v.'.iilt was riiii,."!. Hut llisn w.i . lh  it.       Tii.-   -..lull   r-.-inld   1. ���������   r.  ourt   Mt.   iiej;b:c,  I.O.F..M0.35C1.  To ejhtnin iMpidly the knowledge ot" the value of reel's or Iedpes  r.othink i. to be compared with the Diamond Core Drill, which will  prove more in 'KJ day-* than an outfit of men tunnelling, or sinking  ���������"Imftscjuld Drove in ten years. ��������� . ������  Tho Diamond Core Drill can pierce the mountains and take the  ������-.-.cr'.*i'.f what it contains from their very hearts, and the more solid  Ui. rock form -ition. thc '-nicker it will do its work.  Tip.' Di.".ii)--ul Con.' Drill i * ������o constructed that ifc ear.  bo  taken  c >  iiicri'** nnd pac-k'*'! on th_ b-ickn of horses and carried   nud' worked  ���������ilni"-t inacccs-ihL'plrtc.o-wliere water can be obtiiinetl,���������and  it  iji.> in (iliuo-t any (;:i!C o' H riciiih Colmnbin. * ".      ~:   P.n- full infui-.-uation nnd prirticuliir-j apply byletter or in person to  ���������d., i-  X,    ol*  , f\i:.  ill-  ���������,-��������������������������� I'. ���������  I'ii el  J.    D.     S I  B  REAL     ESTATE   AND     MINISO  B A L D,  8BOKERS,     REVELSTOKE  n ii-al with. One i.over found :n-in .i->!fjr-c=tl. Tint of what lis. w.i-, .1 vnul  c-iUsK-ring togu-.hcr or waiting for the 3J,y mor.:- wlih yiich a in-w. all povv-r-r-  wcrd of command. Uath man bin own fu) fl<rr.. thnt rr,���������],i br,>ak thioii-rh nil  leader. IJ������ kr.cw r-Nactly what ho bad .1.,|1.r;,..rs? Th-v enjoined sil'-ne ��������� oa  1.. .lo. and bow :.. d" it. It was Ibis >sl,. ,,,(.f;i_..|. !������'���������( ,),,. f:���������(- ,.���������.,., l,e-  indi\ i.l'i'ilily   n- should      '.-n- *, _,,,,..   |iuIJ.Vii        Th  of  K-11SC-     I  .'. ;.\..l-   I.  .1 f.----!ing  ability IO a  tli.-y .inight  their 'pow������-r  eourair.- in our own uioa--  self c'.nrirlniii*'-* ln their  ���������l on whnt'>v-r ground  find themselves, yud in  :o take advanlage of cover  ; i|4-9i_������-.o 3 _s^~.  P.ls?o]r=3iiithirif-r. ������Tnbhij_e  Fls.irabir.fr, ?ii>c rittia?  -i'i-sr-raieliijQ  -l"cln  i'i'i  nco.  S-t'O  till-  p.-it-nl.  :-���������'- r-i  *,'. ,'iy   to   .���������'-.',    'l'ti\ I:   (o   give  lb.  of   the   m.-iropoiis      a   simil.n  I..-LS0.1.      lb-  prnlcst.'! that   h'-  ���������   .ei   li!--  ban ..<*:'_!  .ilil- l  - I'lrml-  aiacmi)-0,;  Work a Spjcialfy..  Yiiniqg  Wo vie  y I-Loi'-.iix-od  and to u;e their ritlcs with effect.  SOUND DOCTRINE  rd     r.f  a.'iip.J  Nelson Tribune: Kvery r>"U  produce consumed In the mining  I.i Kootenay ond Yal- ,-hould b- f.'������:.i  t'he farms of I'.riti.'h Co.urnliia .'ind  Alberta. Th-*- farmer.-* of thi-. province and of the neighboring tc-iri-  tory can raise the pro'Iui". but the  trouble is lhe produc- corsum-d by  our people Is rais'.-d by farmers i.i.  Washington,  Oregon  and California  ,ing his el.-*-, ice iitrnir,."! its falling : 1.t������*.  'tIi��������� - h.-.nds of l-.:r.k robber.*-.. Hut v.bo.  !.--,-er V.r.'-:v tli" __!:_ S'-itlTtii rX i'���������il  j prof or?'0-1 tr, fo'- !..-.f!!.-^ j-i tb^-o- rff *-l 1  l'... ge' hold of <<��������� ��������� "-.t>.et '.tilM-n-.-eme*" .  ;-; .   n.-eb.inir-   .--id   fji.icr.oo   t"   U"~.-   I-  tllei.-   Woik"  CfOBBOJI '  -volsiolio   Station  n *ii * i ' ���������    5  i' ij;;-", "C'trr './ ���������"���������      ->*������r,?**.!-*���������'"'������  room  tate-i  Tulili*. furnished with  the choices"-, the market  alTonU. 13twt Wines  I/iejnrirs     nntl       Jigurs  $1.00 a 'lay.     .Monthly  race.  J. ALBI-RT STONK, lVo])iietor.  i Hotel Ferguson i c  Ferguson, B.C.  !".  "I  The Post o.Tic-c at Nelson issue-d ,'  monev order.' to the fare* value of,  ?Sf'.90ti.1D eluiing tlie yea:* 1S!)8. nnd I  paid orili-rs amounting I'i ?,2ri.2'i!.!"! !  Tli" differenco,?;".!.CCH.CS,went towards J  helping out T. Eaton and other poor:  people  in  the 'east. I  .M.iti'i nil}* Ilo,uu i.i I'l.uiiectirin.  Vaci'iiu     I."I'",     '.n    b mil.  riKST J'*.f'r:fi.-.:.i;ejii.".Tfov  i:-.* tiik li.'.iipi:".!'.  Writes ;g2 Pen, Dnj.  ' d. fekguson]'  Prooricloc,  1 -  j:cv_ei,3TOic"   SaLih  anti  Door*  F������ cto  ;-~ritiiirn-t-.ircps ol*  and Dcaloi's in     ���������* ������'  Hrs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants  17 fc  Snl.. [>..-)!���������!. T-ir'iI-.���������---'. T In'*������'*. '* .ni-r  it- ���������< L-*. .Mniil*!!'!^- "f .'ill kin;:-', R.ncy  {i.A l> \. 111! V- ..tn i ih u-.trr.. II .'--?:������"-���������������������������  t,i i'\ (TV *!' *��������� "i 1 mi i I'M in.wi*: ���������'������ "ni'.T.  Si*-1"*1 :'>nl i^'filf I-'itthi'.*". v'iniii*\v  l-'r.r'ii- j.^i-ilh ('.i,-h !t'.(-'l :i ^i '-clilrv.  .'ill ll." I '���������'" "I MLT'IMli'TV. I>rv IcIIci nit Jl<*  Jiri'llli-i'.*. '--il '.n' T 1 ���������_!���������-(���������������������������& blifon-  l;n',\ ��������������� i:l������t;v. Iii. n*.  SAWYER & MANNING.  t  i  . '- ���������'-'���������.        >,  \  Tho Itevelstoke ',  City directory this i  yenr will te the best '1  edition over issued, "j  It- will h,'iveirbesides J  a benntifully de- t  igned cover, nnd'/  printed on , book i  liaper, 11 folder "ofj  two inap-~,eir>e<i com |J  plete iiinpof the four',  towiiHi'tes' in one,'  (lithographed by p  JJullmnn Hroy.,Win-������'  nipeg) giving the i  mum!'- ol'st reels find ?  avoiu-o", tlie vitrioi s|!  lots and ��������� width t  of sH'-rets, lhe citv j!  limit", o(c. Thi".  other will In* 11 key /  ni.'ip to Niirtli Jvoot- i*  eniiyiind Ilevel.-itnLe J  in particnl.'ir. The <J  Directory wiil con- f  tain valuable in I'or- _  niation as to how  and wli 11 lo reach -,  our mine!--. A re-.^  view of the cifcj 's /  prngrrss for the past <  year .'mil its pros-������  pect,s- for the future, t  A pergonal housetop  hoiHe canvass will'  bo ninde to secure ?  the name.'", occnpa-<  tion and place of re- /  "���������idi'iicu of i" very J  man in Revel-toko. /  E v 1* r y* b u s ine-". '.  I  't  r  i  I  i*     '  *%  I       ���������-���������  /  ���������_-  'I  t house  J city will  111      the  oe .repre-  J aented iti some man-  /new v  -Rovelstcike's  j[ ni'a'ny 1-e.soiii'ces'will  / bo. brought���������to  tho -  J front. "A large edi- .  t tion will- bo issued,  J so   that    il;  caunor.  '. fail   but   to   be   of -  /Ri'citi.    inierost    to  {out-iders as well ns  r ruM'lents. Tho price *  / will only lie 50 cents '  Ois belore: the maps \  / n Ion a are wor t h that  jjniui'h to niiinv.    As  /ftn adverlisin-f nie-  jdium ifc is uno~cceI-.  jjled, nml as a bureau--  J of   itil'oriiuition    ic '  ^citi't be beat.   -Tho '  $ city    council,     the *  /'school  trustees, tho  *) board of trade, time .  i tables, directions as'.  5 to names, etc..   tho,  j police, the   doctors,  ,itho hospital?,   law-  <J.vei*3, iu fact   evcry-  J thingjwill bo found"  /inthe  iitereisloke  h  /  !DiiS0OFL.  i-ie:-il it*, your oiders  Hrti .>f April, 3SK). to  or ini.Hijiati'.u   I'm*   the   directory   before (lie  11 PETTIPIECE Jlill J...{,  rl7  m*  !____������ Ud  !*'.  REACHING A CLIMAX  Soiuoa.i Villages - Bombarded by  American and British Cruiseis ���������  King iviataaf.-. .J. ii.-      .>._ _,  Apia,  Samoa,    March     !!9.���������Troubles  growing   out   of   tne   election   uf   K.iiH'  Mataafa  have  taken   ei  more      serious  form   and   have   resulted   in   lhe   bombardment  of native  villages along  the  shore  by the      United States      cruiser  Philadelphia,   Admiral      Kaulz      rmn-  Riandlng.  nnel   by   the   British .cruisers  Porpoise and  Royalist.     The bombardment   continued       Intormitlonily       for  eight  days.      Several,     villages      have  been   burned   and   lliere      have..      beon  many   casualties   aiuoiiRst       American  and  British  sailors  and   marines.      li  is  Impossible  to  estimate  ihe  number  of   killed   and   injured.      Mutaafa  ami  his chiefs.  uonstliulinR    a self    styled  provisional   government,  continue      lo  defy   the      treaty.      Admiral      Ksiut-.'.  has  Issued   a   proclamation   dismissing  the   provisional   government   and   asking  Mataafa and  his  chiefs  to  return  homo.      "Mataafa. encouraged     by the  German   consul,   has   on   his   part   issued a proclamation upholding the provisional   government   and   has   assembled  a  large force by  which      he has*  hemmed  In   the   town.      A   destructive  shell  from the Philadelphia     exploded  near  the  American  consulate,  a  fragment  of      which  struck      the      Ivj: of  Private  Ludgo  shattering   ll   so   badly  as to necessitate amputation.   Another  fragment   traversed   the   ilerma*.'.   consulate      causing  much      havoc.      Tl-.e  ilormans   then   went   on   board   of   tlie  Herman   cruiser   Falke.       During   tlie  nighl the rebels made a. hoi attack on  the  town   killing  thi-fio  British  sailors.  A  P.rilish  murine was shot  in  the  leg  l*.y a. senlry of bis own party. Another  v.ns shot  In the foot, while an  American  sentry  was  killed      at   his      post.  The   bombardment   is   continuing   and  the   inhabitants   of  the      town      hnve  taken refuge on board of the  Royalist,  greatly   overcrowding       that       vessel.  Many people are leaving Samoa.     The  eaplain      of   ilv   Royalist   is      urging  ihpm to go. so as not to interfeiv wilh  military operations.  F-iACE   MEASURES  SPLENDID   PAUPERS-  far! Waiwick, Husband cl Th  "Babbling Brook" Turns His Estates  Into a  Company.  London, March Si".���������Karl Warwick,  a great friend or the Prir.o* of AVales.  hiis transferred his whole estates and  oilier interests, from l*,imi--?,f and the  countess, to ihe Warwick Estates Company, limited, with a capital of .C120,  MO. and i!~!Ifl,tiOO debentures. This  unprecedented departure i.s attributed  10 iliinnc!.il embarrassment.  DEBATE   CONTINUES  Warrants for the  Ntw    Election to  be  Issued at Once by  The Speaker.  Ottawa: March 30.���������Sir Charles  Tupper called the Speaker's attention  to tho vacancy in Winnipeg. The  Speaker replied that now liis attention  bad been called to it. he would issue  a warrant .-il once. The Speaker announced thai he having been notified  by two members of the House of the  death of Mr. Wood, of Brcckville. he  would at onco issue his warrant for a  new election. The d.b.ite was continued and will not conclude before  lila ster.  AS   IX   THE   OLDEN   TIME  Cairo, Illinois. Marcli 30.---Tlio slcani-  ���������"���������r Howena Lee suddenly and mysieri-  f'usly sank in tlie Mississippi river  yesterday afternoon near Tyler. Mo.  Sixty lives are reported to have b������en  lest. Tiie boat had just backed out  from the landing, and was headed  down stream, when thero was an ex-  Plosion from beneath. She raised  .lightly in the centre, broke in two.  -and���������both���������the-bov.���������and- stern-piunge'd"  downward and disappeared. All on  board perished except Captain George  Carvel! and one of the mates.  A GOOD IDEA  Winnipeg. March 30.���������rThe Winnipeg  Ki'uin exchange will. petition lhe gov-^  eminent to have grain from Manitoba  aid tlio North West Territories inspected at Winnipeg and warehoused  in the eastern elevators on that inspection.  -PEG   LEG'1  TO   HANG  VOLS RLE Y     EULOGISES     BOXING  I.ondoir. March 29.���������In a boxins. exhibition this evening al the National  Sporting club. Dave Barry, of Philadelphia. bo.it Charley Under, ol Louden, in tlie third round of a six round  contest. Genoral Lord Wolseley distributed the prizes and eulogized the  n.anly art.  The Gcn'.'e Czar. Afraid the. Poweis  May Take His Peace Proposals  Seiijt. Ij, will Spend f4j,uvc,ioo  o-.i Kev Quick Firing (juus buo;e  I he t ui'feicnc*   '..pai s  London, March 30.���������The Morning  Post's correspondent' in Paris says  that Russia has practically resolved  lo supply all her artillery with a new  quick firing giui.tho principle of which  Is similar lo the French weapon,tlmt  a battery has already been ordered  from a firm, that guns ot other patterns will be ordered, Kiis.-ia i-  proceeding with the matter with unusual haste, ner reason boing her desire to decide what gun will bo used,  and to be able to order them within  two months, so that if any cpiostiou  is raised al the peace conference, it  may be said that thi* order has been  placed and cannot be wilhdrnwn| The  proposal has been under discussion  for a long time. The ohief osblacle.  to carrying it out bus been lack of  money, which tlifliculty. bye-tlie-bye.  has not yet been removed.' .Tho estimated cost ot the change will be  $���������10,000,000.  Jabs with The Lance  From The Free Lance.  STONE MOUNDS IN ALASKA  Even if They are Russian Boundary  Marks Th'-y Cannot Give the  U. S.  The Klondike.  Washington, March -20.���������Dr. II. S.  Pritchett,, superintendent of the coast  and geodetic, survey, says that the  reports from Alaska regarding the discovery of slone mounds In the Klondyke counlry, to miles east of Dawson City, are "all nonsense and rubbish." These mounds, according to  the stories telegraphed from.'-V"ictoria  and other points, ii was believed  marked thc eastern boundary of the  czar's possessions on lhe American  continent, and as the United States  succeeded by the terms of tli* treaty  of sale of JSC7 to all of the territory then -uniler Russian dominion,  therefore. Dawson City and thc wholo  Klondyke region belonged to the  United  States.  "I3v.n if the mounds were Russian  boundary mounds, which* 1 have not  the least idea they are,'* said Dr. Pritchett. "it would mean nothing regarding the boundary line between  Alaska and British Columbia���������would'  not change tho situation one iola, nor  give the United States one additional  inch of territory. By."the- treaty of  1S25 between Russia and Greal Brit-  tain, llie boundary lino between Alaska and British Columbia, from  Mount St. Elias to thc Frozen Ocean  on the north, was' fixed at lho l-Ust  degree of west longitude. When tho  United Stales bought Alaska it bough I  subject to the provisions of lhat  treaty, and the only question is one  of scientific determination of that  boundary. Tt has been located at  two points by United States surveyors, at the crossing of Yulcon River  and of Forty Milc'creclc. By that.determination Dawson Cily is 100 miles  or thereabouts east o������. the line and  that far in British- territory.  "Nothing can now alter, the fact  that the Klondyke gold region is In  British .territory." continued Dr.Prit-  chett, "but if the Russian, plenipotentiary who negotiated the treaty fixing the boundary line between Alaska  and Britiib Colombia had only stuck  to hiss original proposition the Klondyke would havo belonged lo - lhe  United States. Throughout the negotiations tho only boundary line discussed was the iHGth degree of west  longitude, and when it came to making the treaty, for some reason not  disclosed by thc correspondence relating to that document, tho Russian  consented to tho Insertion of the Hup  of the l-Ust- degree as the boundary.  That added a strip about 250 miles  wide to British territory, wherein lies  tbo rich and valuable Klondyke of  today. But the Russian of 1S25 had  no idea of- thc value of the territory  -lie-thus-surrendered.'*-"  ~ ���������"���������  BACK HOME AGAIN  PONTON" AGAIN  ���������Napanee. Marcli KO.���������Iu llii> case of  Ponton vs. Dominion Bank, the former  bas asked for the postponement of Lhc  trial, -which has boon refused.  WHITXE"  HONORED  Toronto. March 30.���������A most happy  incident took place last evening when  the entire Conservative in"iii~>"r_ihlp  of the Ontario house, and :i number of  friends assembled, in tlie rcoptloii  room of I lvM rouse to do honor to Mr.  Whilney, the lender ol" Hi.* opposition,  presenting blm wilh a li_ .iiitifiil B.;>1 I  watch and chain, together with ������  handsome- seal  rinsr.  Wm. Whyte Tells Them East of the  Progress of the West���������Everything  Satisfactory  -Wm.Whyte, of the C. P. R., reached  Winnipeg on Saturday after a trip  of inspection to Vancouver a.ud ovor  the western branch lines. In an Interview with a Telegram reporter Mr.  Whyte stated that his trip had been  a most satisfactory one in every, re-  specl. ' He had been particularly  pleased with the amount of trallic  bundled by the main aud branch Hi* s  iii British Columbia', and with tho  prospects of Increased trade In the  neai' future especially with tho  Kootenay and Boundary Creek districts. ��������� Of A'ancouver Mr. Whyte  spoke iu most, sanguine terms In respect to its present rapid' progress in  trade, and population, and its marked  improvement in the matter of buildings and general appearance. The  city Is especially fortunate In the matter of station accommodations, having a nine story building, and a completely roofed in enclosure making  ono of the finest station facilities and  ono of tho most Imposing structures  on the line.  Speaking ot tho Kootenay district,  Mr. Whyte said there were at present  about 50 coke ovens at work, and  50 more under construction. The  traffic is large and the new towns  on thc Koolenay branches are developing rapidly. Thc smelters are  -.'���������r-n-uiir at full capacity, and the output is likely to be increased rapidly.  A new aud"first class station will be  erected at Ricauious and many other  works of minor Importance undertaken. Ad to the reported alterations  In the Pacific steamship service Mr.  Whyte had very little to say. except  that, it would eventually conic, and  lhe .��������� Mistral ian service woulel be stip-  pil"el nv the present elegant ornament-  ; nl steamers, and nov.* first class passenger transports. It was a question  of ntic'li 'magnitude as could nol be  .vPlcd at short notice. The steamers  i Athenian and Tartar on the Klondyke  service will be continued on that route  I for Hi.' ptcsi'iit season. Llie indications  1 being that the trallic will be large..  been      up  coaxingly,  let's hear  have'nt I  11 i.s not often our friend Dr. Baldwin, ihe modern Aesculapius, who  cures the ailments of those that  di\ell in. near, at and about Wetaski-  uin. loses his good nature. A short  lime back, however, he drove in from  lhe country with a very reel face and  lire in liis eye. Throwing the lines to  llie hostler, the doctor stalked into the  holel and shouted: "Gimme a glass of  briiiiiiyansodii ��������� anbeeiuickaboutit ! "  "Why, what on earth is the matter'.'"  asked tin* bartender.  "Neveruiinilwiilhlh-ninrr!"  Il being an unusual thing for iho  Doctor lo enter lhe holy precincts of  li.e bar, llie eyes of the gentlemanly  b.irkeep popped in and out of his head  as lie ilxed up a good .tlif dose of the  usual creejsnte and condensed (ishhooks.  "Now. lull us all about it," said the  sen ljuma niy barker p.  '"Not on your "life:" shouted the  doctor, wiping of!" his chin, "Gimme  .neither of  those  brnnnyanscidns."  "My.   my!"   murmured       the   gentle-  ir.inly      barkeep.   "you've  against something sure."  "Gr-r-r-r-r!"  "Say," said ihe g. b.,  '���������have another on me and  lbe yarn. Come now. Doc.  always been a good friend of yours?  "You have, you have, my boy."  _ -plied the Doctor, considerably mollified. -"T believe I will take the other  on j uu, us you suggest. Well.���������hold  on till I down this���������gr-r-r-r-r���������Lha's  all right. T went out into the country  this morning io visit a patient who  v. as dying, and took a gun along to  poi rabbits on the roael. iiy patieni  was unfortunately breathing his Last  as I reached lhc house. On my way  back Lo town���������gimme* another branny-  aniisoda like a good fellow-gr-r-r-r���������  I met that drivelling idiot Nunneley  riding along on horseback. Vou know  v. lull a sarcastic beggar he .is. He  slopped and asked how the "grim  reaper" feature was coming on. I said  it was coming along all right, as one  of my patients had just died 'a few  minutes before. Then his eye caughl  siejlu ol" lhe gun and what do you  think  he said?"  "AVot did he say. Doc?" said the g.  li.  leaning far over.the bar.  "Tlu said: -Took a gun along, eh?  Were   you  afraid   of  missing  lilm?" "  '���������Ho   said    lhat,   did   lie?"   said    lhe  barkeeper slowly.  *"A"ou bel lie did."  "Jt was a foolish question. He  might have known you dld'nt need a,  gun in your business."  The doctor lines liis arms abovo hid  head, and r.ank to lhe floor, screaming  like :i panther, while the friendly  barkeep poured another brannyansocUi  down his epiglottis.  , *    *    *  AA'e wish lo make a humble suggestion with regard to the Chinamen in  Calgary. Tax 'em.- They make lots of  money out of the whites and they  spend' practically'nothing. Theatrical  people, pc-dlers, circuses and .other  concerns that light,on a town like a  bee on a posey, extract a. lot of  honeyo and then *f!y away. arc  \ery properly taxed. Chinamen should  li.*! placed In this category, for while  tbey handle lots of our coin they do  not mako il circulate in our midst.  Therefore, tax 'em.  *    *    *  Tt is noL generally known that Soulli  Edmonton contains within its caslel-  lalod walls one of the brightest wits  north of Lcdiiu. He is a friend of ours  and bis name i.s William Halliday, we!!  Known on'both the North and Soulli  sides. It appears that the water in  i"lr. well has had a most offensive  (r.sto all Inst summer and this winter.  IL wtis* not often'.thai AA'illiam drank  this or any oilier water, but when he  did* he becamo violently sick. Last  week steps were taken to have tho  well cleaned out, and when the water  was all hauled out in pails tbey fuun.1  Uie decomposed body of an old squaw.  How she got  there     Halliday cannot  s.-.y,���������but-���������as-hc philosophlcally-re-*  riafked, gazing at the well, "I knew  there ivas a woman at the bottom of  it." This is a pretty good sally for  South Edmonton."  How about lho English church at  Mitford? The people, aided considerably by the personal efforts ,of Lady  Adelaide Cochrane, subscribed for it.  Lady Cochrane herself contributed  her share, the same as other contributors. The people of lhat locality  wi"-h the church removed to Cochrane  where there are hotels, stables, anel so  fi.ilh. At Mitford the hor.-.es have lo  b- tied to troe.-i and wait a couple of  hours in the cold under the shade of  a leafless tree until the Magnificat  and Te Deum features have been pulled off inside. The Hishop wont consent to comply with the wishes of the  people until In* gets permission from  finely Cochrane. We think we see'  Lady Cochrane at the breakfast table  it; the gubernatorial mansion In tlio  Isle of AVIght, tearing open the bishop's  letter and saying to our old frl-:nl  Thomas IJ.. "Oh ��������� Tom. those dreadful  people in Alberta want the church at  Mitford moved to Cochrane."  ' Whore is Cochrane?" will T. P..,  Fay, helping himself to another poach-  o-   egg.  "Near Mitford, dear."  "Oh yes, to be sure! Pass tbe  toast. L<*t *em have the i hurcli by  all means.     How's the coffee feature?"  MCDONALD'S   MUNIFICENCE  A LAUGH  Here I am, perched at my open casement  Enjoying tlie  laugh    of    some-    unseen  miss  That comes  rippling    up    from    some  room in  the bascnu-nt  Jusl  below   Lhis.  Morning,  noon and  nighl I  can    hear  her  ljabbling away  wilh  hor chatter    and  chaff,  And it seems as if all    creation    near  her  Was just one laugh.  Picture  her!    Isn't lier  face jusl   made  for If.'  Crinkled  anil   curved   for   lhe  laughing  fit,  Could  she-     be  solemn,  d'ye  think,   if  paid   for  |iv  Devil  a bit.  I .*n:i  fancy  the.- dimples      her cheeks  Imprinting,  And  see   llie   ini-uili     corners    upward  run���������  t can catch lier eye:;    with    llie    frolic  glinting.  lirlmful of fun.  Sho     musl     be prottv tn     lausb     so  prettily���������  Such a   laugh    couldn't   belong   to   a  frump;  Humorous,  too,  to see things  wittily���������  Probably plump.  Thore liow, .'die's off again.     Peal upon  peal of it.  Clear as a clarion, sort as a bell.  AVhy.  its  infectious!   I'm  catching   lhe  feel  of  it:  Chuckling as   well.  What  was  I  dreaming!    That   musical  melody"  Trips up lhe scale, arpeggio,  . i>  like  a  voice  thai   was  hushed���������ah!  ' well-ii-day,  Long, "long ago. '  Knigh-ho!   lo       think   of      what  little*  straws  Liekle  us!  JusL a  girl's   laugh���������and   my  laughing  onc  lies  Silent, and  I���������well, now,  this    is ridic-  uluus���������  Tears  in my oyfcs.  Revelstoke will Quintuple., its  Present   Population  of 2000.  .iicvclslolco   litis   boon    selected  by   the.  C.   1\   .R.   us Uie tcnniiiiil point for North  Kootenay and Okanagan.  it musl. go  YANKEE SAILORS RIOT  Squabble Amongst Themselves Over the  Santiago Battle, and Engage in  Bloody Affray  Kingston,- Jamaica, March 29.���������The  crews of tho American fleet ashore on  1 niivo started rioting among ��������� theiu-  sclvcs lasl night over an old feud  about the flagship Xew York's alleged  absence from tho fighting al lhe battla  oT Santiago. Two sailors are seriously ���������wounded. One hael his bowels  ripped open, Lhe othor was Slabbed  Lwlce in lhe side. The .chief assailant,  a negro of the. - Texas,? surrendered,  nnd  is now in irons. "  AMERICAN      TROOPS      MARCHING  OX   TO   THE   CAPITAL  Manila,, March _S.���������Military engineers are busy" repairing bridges and  Lhe American troops will advance at  daylight takin��������� wilh them four days  returns and 200 rounds of ammunition.  1 boy expect to take Bocavo tomorrow.  Later  -.liinila, March ii!).���������Bocavo has been  I. ken by the Uniled Sieiles troops  and flu* 'railroad bridge is uninjured.  General Macartbur is now within eight  miles * of .MndluMs, tlie insurgent  "apital.  C.P.R.   CONDUCTORS   GRIEVANCES  AVinnipeg, Marcli 2!!.���������There has been  considerable friction here lately' between Iho Canadian Pacific. railway  conduct ors and some officials. Tike,  chief of lhe order of railway conductors,, has been ae.iu for., and .when  Osborne, 1 lie "new! y appointed" western  supsrintendent. arrives here tomorrow  >i. damnation of conductors will wait  on blm with a statement of their  grievances.  TARTE AT THE  BAT  OLlnwa, March 29.���������J. Israel Tarte  t'edc tbe most of thc time of the house  yt sterday telling how loyal the French  Canadians were, anel how much lho  Dominion was indebted to bis provide.*. He said his and oLaurier's  visit to the pope was* not political.  T"r_nch Canadians desired the reform  or the abolition of the Senate. Ho  sr Id lt was time lo make Montreal and  Toronto  great  national  ports.  INFLUENZA RIFE  ahead. The judicious   business man  will  invest in  kevelstoke Real Estate^  while it can be got on the ground floor.  S7C0 will buy two fine lm sum _s Inl*. 7 anil S,.lj!fiuk 10, on  first street, 50  '���������    Tiefc hy 100 feet*.    Opposite J. J). Sibhnld's resilience'. Easy terms.  $2."/) wish will l.uy two nice lots, fit) hy 100, nearly  opposito Samnson'.s  lroiue.   -Lots 3 anel -l, Block 11.  $330 will buy a lot 25x100, next the Front. St PosL Office,  $1000 will buy it block*. 7.1x100 on Campbell Avenue.  $1000 will buy n lot 2,3x100 in the centre of "the  business  part  of .Mac  enzie Avenue.  $700 will buy two iots, 0 anel 7, block 0, 50x100 opposite C. B. Hume &  Coi's ware house on Campbell Avenue.  !<i!)7.j will buy a hou-e, unci loiO, block '10, on Third Street.   Five   rooms  bath ronrn.niicl pantry.     !-;750 clown anel balance   to   pay   on lot  - in  10 years at S per cent.   The lot, is 50x100.  $8,500 will  buy  ������.  block   t'reintiiiK on First;   Sc. opposite  the Impprial  ���������    Bank:^ S:z*> 100x150x75.  'Corner,'Joii.'iauj.'lit   Avenue   and   First  S-. . The C. L'. J{. siding runs 'along one side.     A splendid  busi-  - .nes-* location.  ip2000 will buy a, buoiuQoR block 50x100 fronting on  First  St.,  between  the two banks.    A line site for it bu-itiess hoit~rt.  IMPERIAL ./\Nit   OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital.       $2,01)0,000  "esorve     ....   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S. Ilowlanu   President  r.R. Mem tt, Vice Pres., iSt.Uatharii es)  William liamsav,  Ro'ierD Jatfray.  Hugh Ryein,   T.  Sutherland Stay tier  Elias Rogers.  D. R, Wilkie, General Manager,  Branohes  Norlh Wes. and British Oolumbia  Brandon      Portage la        1 Vancouver  Calvary Prairie Winnipeg  I'Muiotit.-in   Prince Albert |Revelstoke  South Edmonton. ' N Ison, B.  ONTARIO.  Essex  Fergus  Gait Rat Portage     ...-..<,__  Intrersoll    Sault St. Marie Woodstock  Liblowell  |St, Catharines .Hamilton  Montreal, Quebec.-  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  jf SI and upwarda' received and  interest allowed,  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  in.l oilier debentuiiiH pureiiiiwea.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Avail-  ible at all points in Canada, Uuitod  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold  Purchased  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted for at any of  tho Hudson's Bay Co's.-Posts ln the  Yukon ank northern districts.  A..R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Bran eh  Niagara Falls   ISt. Ihoma  Port Uolbot-L-e iToronto  ! Welland  Grog-an &_ Go. are handsome of the. finest  ^ininingLpr-opositions4-n-the-  Big1 Bend, Lardea.u and  Fish Creek camps of North  KpDtenay. 'Pull paticu-  lars-'o'btained and furnished about mining claims in  the District.  A big block of Carnes Creek Consolidated  :it ten cent..  These bhiires will be up to pur yet.       0  m&  -py  WALL ^N  Hill*. Ini.'raiii'*.   Mli-a*.   Km-  lio������-ei! OlltJ. nml iKirdeli of  all description.,.  Tlie liie-M" .1 ninl lieit stuck of  'WAL!. f-APEIfc- in tlie city.  Libera!   ili_>e*niiiit3   eiven   oil  all caali orders.  I   deal "only    in    W A L L  1* A I' K ic S ��������� mul solicit an  Inspection of my .-tot-k.  W. (5. Birney  Canadian  Pacific  Railway  and Soo Line.  WORLD'S PICTORIAL' ROUTE  EAST   AND   WEST  FIRST CLASS AXD  TOURIST SLEEPERS   from   PACIFIC TO-ATLANTIC.  ���������Quick-*Tiiup-���������*���������-Good^Servieer1^-  Fewest Change*-*,    Lowest Rate3  Tickets   issneel    through   and  IJaggage   checked to destination.'  Insurdtic  London, Mui'cli !!!������.���������A despatch lo  The Dully "Mail from Vienna, a.iys  there are -,000 cases uf Inlluui17.11 in the  c!!y of lirunn. the capital of the province nf Mum via. Austria, and lhal lln)  death rate Is enormous. .  AIoutie.il. March 2D.���������Sir V.'. C. Jfc-  Donalel liat* added another large sum  to his already iirinc.c-Iy gift to McGill  ���������inivcrsity. School mining and metallurgy, which he- established, was ham-  r<~i"'~d f<*r funds for a sufficient staff,  ar.d i'.c- l*.n:- no-.-, given enough to provide a sul.-.tantial increase in tbe  sisit. Jn addition, he ha-s endowed a  r.-'lle.wshiii in mlnir.s and metallurgy,  and nropo-.-'S to call it the Dawson  fellowship.  ItlKKET FOSTER BEAD  London, March 29.���������Rirkc-t Foster,  Hi.* ������.*!1 known Hr.plish landscape  artist.  di'*d  here  yesterday.  A private bill for the incorporation  of the Edmonton club will be introduced at the coming session of the  Legislative Assembly.  _    Vi'rito for onr intcrcslini; books " Invent-  i or's IJe!p" and '-iluw you arc n-niaellcel." /  . Kcnel us a rough sketch or modilof your )  i invention or improvement anil wo ii ill tell e  i you freo our opinion as to whether it la )  probably patentable.  V.'o mako a specially /  , cf applications  rejected  in ctlicr lianels. I  i lliEhcst references fuiiiLhcil. /  MARION & MARION <  | PATENT SOLICITORS & EXPERTS >  , Civil _t Mf-clifinical rriHliiciTS, Clr.'ui'.mtrB of llio )  , Polytechnic School or i:iig!tiecr!n������. 3!:>c].rif_rs lu /  . Ani l^d   fccli'iic'-a,   l.iival    University.  Members )  lialcnt Lv.v Acfiociation. Ain'Tlean Watir Worlia >  Asco'-lilfon, ....v.- 3:n_.la..r! w.-.ti r Work; a_,t,c. /  2������. l). Suivovors A_._.o<-l.itton, A������_.uc. ilciKber Can. }  Society of Civil l_iiBlne> rs. - (  FJ[_I.���������Wo nre iiRonts l'nc   the Scottish   Union,   Queen,   Caledonian,  Atlna nntl (itini'di'in.  ACCTIH-XT���������London Accident nml  Guarantee.  FLATE CiliASS-Hoytl's.  Wo ..-'in t'oi- tha 13 I'liciblo Sivi , Loan and  building Association. No membership lees. Xo necessity  to tako shares. No Dues. The association oilers a  straight loan repaid in monthly instalments. Can be paid  off altofcethei' after two vcars.  DAILY TRAINS.  East. . AVest.  S.2ok. .lye���������Revelstoke���������Ive. 10.30k  TU AM) FKO.M   KOOTENAV POINTS.  >S.15k.. Ive��������� Revelstoke���������nn-.. 10.0.5k  For    in formation,   time    card*:,  maps and ticket* applv to  T. NV. 1UIADS1JAAV.  Asrent, Revelstoke.  W.   V.    Axdkhso.v,   Travelling  l'������-"=enger Agent, Nelson.  li. .1. Coylk, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouvei-.  J. E{. Hull  & Company  . (IPFirFS-iHEWOSK LIFE C'lD'C, MONTREAL CAM.  i ������ff,l,M' IAUANTIO BUILDING., Y/ASMNCTCH, D.O.  JAN.   )  .t^i  no  Address :   Revelstoke.  Office :   Herald "Oflice.  :   Moreing1    jMeill.  $Aaj&A& ������&������-3*   ������gA������������&A&������b*JOi&\fi&i&^jfa&������sA  Butchers   and  Ketail Dealers in Beef, Pork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  All  orders in  our line prom  nilcd...   We Hav   a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ttnd Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CAS  Call and see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS.,  , Revelstokto Station, B. C.  *.r  .������������������������������  f Tl--���������-'--.VI  .jp-.vj^jj.  Ito  __������������������ Looking;  Around......  Wc like !���������> have people null anil see our  kooJ, niter looking: oroiinel lhe other stores  ior ll irives them nn idea ol llie splendid  values we are offering in  New Plain and Fancy Dress Goods  New Plain and Eancy Silks  flew Trimmings of All Kinds  New Laces in Silks aud Valenciennes  Capes arc very fashionable this year and  we have all the newest styles and  colors  In fii-t v.c are only showing the very latest  njrlei In all departments, vo that when you  buy Irom us you can rest assured you arc buy  Ins: what is right.  Our Millinery Opening was an immense sue-  ,-e- and pleased everyone. The Dressmaking  department, under the efficient management  of MI������s Austin, i>* kepi bu������y all the time turn-  in.? out many natty spring suiti.  We are always pleased to show jmi our goods  whether you buy or not.  GASH BAZAAR  W. MELDRUM,  fiOWSON BLOCK,  MANAGER,.  Mckenzie ave.  This year will be handled by the Canada limit  A: Book Co. Tliey area first class wheel,���������can  be had ln different colors, and at reasonable  prices. Ilon't purehaso bclore seeing these  wheels.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  LIMITED.  CHAS. R. MCDONALD, Manager.  McKF.SZIE   AVE..   REVEI.STOKE   STATION.  COMING EVENTS  April 4���������Kevelstoke Brass  Band   Concert. Opera House.   The Dramatic  Club aie taking part.  April ��������� 5��������� Salvation   Army    cake and  coffee social.  April 5, 6 and 7,���������McPhee's  Big Co. at  ;    Tapping's opera house.  April 13���������Concert in the Presbyterian  church.   7:3(>i~.ni.  LOCAL AND  GENERAL   NEWS  Jas. Temple left town this morning  for Kelson.  R. Hodgins has taken a position as  bookkeeper with "\V. M. Lawience.  Perry Leake, M. E., returned from  the. coast on Mondiiy.  Roxy Hunt, vard master at North  Bend, is spending a few days  in town.  All accouuts.clue ns iiiu������t be paid on  ot before May 1st. Manuel & Rut-  tan. Donald.  Mrs.-Hiirvey of Beaver spent Easter  with friends in town.  . B.-ixler Robinson has secured thc  the erection of the new Oddfellows  block.  *W\ Grasley, who has heen delivering  fur F. McCarty for some time past,  has taken a position as brakeman on  the C.P.R.  A meeting of Fire  Bripade  No. 1  is  called   for   Friday    ut    8:31)   o'clock.  ���������Business���������important.-���������.-All���������men: hers,  requested lo b>_- present.  Tbe uniform for the Kootenay rifles  will he. a dark green, the same as the  other rifle corps of the Canadian  militia. They will not be issued with  a tunic, but with two serges instead.  En=ign Kirkpatrick, district officer  of the Salvation Army, is in town  anil will take charge of the S. A.  meeting this evening. After the  meeting a cake and loti'ee social will  be given in lhe barracks to whicli all  art: invited.   Admission lo cents.  K. A. Hall, of F.au Claire, Wis., bas  nrrivi'fl at Comaplix to take charge of  the mill for the Kootenay Lumber Co.  .Mr. Hall comes well recommended a**  a mill man nnd will be* a valuable  HCi|iii.*.it:nn to the stall of the Kootenay Lumber Cu.  Jus. Gill Ic Co. are- announcing their  intention of during up-every Tuesday  afternoon from two ei'clock from May  1st to Sept. !iOth to give theireinployes  a. half holiday. This is a move in the  right diii-ttion. which Ihe firm aie  aeloptiug of their own motion and ihe  Hkrai.ii woultl like to see olher stores  in town follow their example.  Mr. Advertiser: Do you want to  push your business in Revelstoke rend  vicinity? Do you wunt to increase  your pales anil establish a "standing"  among the wholesale.*-? If mi, use the  columns eif the semi-weekly Herald?  It alone,- covers the field. Circulation  considered, its rales are'Iowe-st. One  pi ice to ali.     - - .  It is the intention of the Great  "Western Mints, (limited), lo publish,a  monthly report of progress on such of  their properties as are being worked.  Shareholders .wishing to keep in touch  with the comptny cannot do better  than subscribe to the Hkiiald. which  has made 'arrangements for Fuil and  eaily information on the mining  interc. ti������ of the whole district this  ������*������ton������  XV. Crosbie left for, Boston on Sunday.  Expectation of a goneral election is  rife in Ottawa,  The work trains will start out on the  101 b, which will mean'the employment  of from two to  three  hundred   bands.  The Lyceum Tluiat re Co. have made  a date for Tapping's opera house from  lhe 3ul to the 10th of next month.  A capital account of an East or  Monday dance ut (SuMe-n i.s unavoidably held over until mil next issue.  The Oddfellows are talking of  getting up a ball ou the 20th inst., the  anniversary of I he foundation of tbe  order.  Rev. E. O. Paget, the vicar-elect of  St. Peter's, has written to the vestry  lo say that iiu will nut be here until  the second or possibly even the third  Sunduy in May.  XV. I). Pool, manager of the Great  Western Mines (li.nitiidl, left on Sunday morning for Ferguson to inspect  lhe operations on the Nettie L and  will be gone a couple of weeks.  At a meeting of the directors of the  Great Western Minus (limited) held on  Saturday evening, G. E. Grogan was  appointed secretary of the. company in  place of 11. Walton, resigneel.  The entertainment given by the  Itevelstoke Brass Band iu Tapping's  opera house last night was a ��������� very  successful all'air. A big audience was  present, by whom the concert and  dramatics were highly appreciated as  evidenced by frequent ami continued  applause. A full repoit will appear in  our noxt.  J. M. Kellie, M.P.P., bas been working in the capital in answer to some  communications of the Revelsloke  board * of trade' with regard to the  Canoe Kiver gold strike. As a result  he has ascertained that the. government will send an official up into that,  district, to report on it at once, and as  soon as there is a demand will open a  record oflice in the district itself.  Rev. X. S: A. B.istin arrived from  Lytton on Sunday morning and took  the services during the day ih St.  Peter's church. The services consisted  of a celebration of tbe Holy Eucharist  at 8:30, Morning Prayer'and second  celebration at 11 and Evensong at 7:110.  There were large congregations at all  the services and the singing of the  Easter hymns and other music was  very hearty, Evensong being,, fully  choral.  II.'A. Keswick and fl. E. Harvey,  the proprietors of the new steam  laundry, have their building, which is  situated near tin; old smelter, on tbe  Hkiiald creek, ready for tbe reception  of the machinery, which is now on its  w.-'y. part from the. east and part from  the const. They expect enough of lhe  plant to be here next week to commence operations. None but while  help will be employed and the firm are  advertising for four white laundresses to begin with now. Everybody who lias the. real interests of  this place at heart should patronise  this new enterprise, and help to keep  some of our good money at home,  instead of vanishing for ever in the  direction of China.  Kev. T. Glassford and Mrs. Glassford  arrived in town from Trail on Sunday  afternoon. "Mr. Glassford for tbe  past two years," says the Trail Creek  News, "ably discharged the duties as  pastor��������� of��������� the-rPresbytcrian-i .liirish.���������  The reverend gentleman preached in  lhe Presbyterian cliurcli here to a  crowded congregation. As a token of  the esteem in which Mr. and Mrs.  Glassford were held* in Trail on the  night of their departure the citizens  turned out en masse, beaded by th"  Trail brass band, which played several  selections, and Col. Topping, the  father of Trail, presented them with  an address and well filled purse, to  which Mr. Glassford made a suitable  reply. As the traiii pulled out thiee  cheers were given for the pastor and a  ti>;i*������' for Mrs. Glassford. They lrfr.  here on Monday morning for the east.  Business Locals  Do not forget the grand siicred  concert iu the Presbyterian church  under the auspices or the Ladies' Aid  Society on the evening of April 13th.  ���������Fresh   make  of  eastern creamery   cjf  and dairy butter, in 35 and 50 lb. boxes  and 1 lb. blocks, at Bourne Bros.  ���������syc&iij.-A''  ���������We are receiving daily shipments  of new laid eggs.    Bourne Bros.  ���������Hotline Bros, are showing a complete line of china nnd glass,vare,���������  dinner and tea scls, cut and engraved  tumblers, in fact everything required  by housekeepers.  ���������A full line of bar glnssware just  openeel np ut Bourne Bros. The  iilU'iitioii of hotels is invited.  ��������� The best assorted stock of boys'  an.l youths clothing ever .shown iu the  city now opened atC.B. Hume & Co.'s.  We are selling these goods at eastern  prices.  -Extensive new slock men's ready-  made* clothing, best, lilting and best,  looking in town, now on view at C. B.  Hume it Co.'s.  -Fresh eggs 1 fresh eggs 11 fresh  eggs 11 I at C. B. Hume & "Oik's.  ���������It. Tupping is preparing to supply  this district with gulden plants,    lui  ���������-The first floor of Bourne Bros.' big  busy store bas beeu^'coiiveited into a  showroom fni- house furnishings, anel  ii very complete line of carpets.sqtiares,  matting, flour oilcloths, blinds, curtain poles and mountings is being  shown. The goods are all new and  carefully selected. The virions departments are worthy a careful inspection.  -S3  " The Leading Siore "  &&&m  SLOCAN SHIPMENTS  Ten Thousand Tons for the First  Quarter of the Present Year  The shipments since January 1 to  March 31 will reach in round numbers  10.000 ton_. . For the same period in  1S00-0S the shipments amounted to  possibly 5,000. Below is a list of (lie  shippers, showing the number of tons  shipped since January 1 in comparison  with the shipments for the same  period in 1S0S:     -  VK03I  SANDON ���������  Payne .'. .'...:   Last Chance   Slocnti Star   Riitii....'   Sapphire   Coin   Ajax   .Sovereign   Reco   I vanhou   Treasure Vault   Trade' Dollar .,   i--ito.it TIIIIKI* IfORICS-���������  Idaho      500  181IS  1809  1700  3000  000  1000  480  1020  210  " No Bluster, No l'nss, Just Business, That's All."  *������*���������������������������::������������:������ **ii*������:*&^  Having now opened up our Spring and Summer stock of  MENS', WOMEN'S and CHILDRENS" BOOTS AND  SHOES,��������� "The John McPherson Make," We invite  inspection. Our BOOTS and SHOES hav: earned a  *$$ Good   Reputution for   Durability,   Style and Comfort, and  is  ������K REASONABLE PRICES.  Kl  ������M :#saR:������:X������'+:.������!>*^ i������;'S'->;������i!S'K':������''K*K :.-���������:���������:���������:*:������������������:���������'���������:���������:���������.���������������_������-���������.-.:-;-.  S3  IBS5  ������������  H  m  ft  838  tf$S  P  M51  sga  as.  @5  SPECIAL NOTICE  Commencing with the FIRST TUESDAY IN MAY, and  until the last .Tuesday in September, this store WILL  CLOSE AT TWO O'CLOCK EACH TUESDAY  AFTERNOON. This is to give our staff a chance to  enjoy a few hours liberty during the summer. We respectfully request our customers to make their purchases early  on the morning on closing days.  ������*E������-KS18S8aE3;������������$X������������������3s2':3������XX������������ 8S5S-'SS'5'-5:K3i23������S2;5Si;i:ES'������S?KS  Gill & O  McKenzie Avenue.  m  mwmmmm  E  fretlLa  Xfc*"HH  .Dealer in.  Gents' Fu "nishings}||  Boots and Shoes,!  Hats and Caps,|l  Stationery,!  Tobaccos,!  Cigars, Btc.,1  Fancy Articles,!?  Patent Medicines, Etc.|  Queen. Bi.  Wild Goose   Monitor   1~I~0~II  WHITE. WATER���������  Wb iu-water   Jackson   Bell   1--HOM  M'GUIOAN-���������  Anloiiiu   Kambler   Diirdanelli's   Great  Western   FKOSt  NKW   DENVER���������  Bosun   Marion   i--iie>.M sii.vr:ivro.v���������  Vancouver   Wakefield   Ciimsteie-k   Etnilv Edith   200  18  12  .  40  2(1  160  100  35  18  800  1000  15  ���������10  9001  500  30  80  250  ]t<)  -18  310  2-0  310  5M)  120  SO  The New Vicar of St. Peter s.  A call to the rectorale nf the Episcopal church at the growing town of  Revelstoke, N. W. T., has been accepted by the Rev. E. C. Paget nf this  city, the re.ison for the change to a  new and '.vide Held of labor being the  pleasing opportunity it affords Dr.  Paget for the first time, since coming  to America of having charge of a parish  in which his brother and family re-  >ic]e.., they being the only relatives, of  Rev. Paget and bis sister. Miss F. p".  Paget, residing in tbe new worlel.  Dr. Paget has been rector of Trinity  church in this cily for almost twelve  years, ank the keen regret, felt by his  parishioners over his approaching departure is shared by many warm  friends regardless of church affiliations, who have learned to esteem and  love bim.  An added tinge of regret is experienced in the knowledge tbat. Miss  Paget is also to leave us. She will  spend the coming summer in England,  expecting to sail on April 30. Dr.  Page't's ~-i.'signa.tiph" is to take effect  April 17th, his wish being to begin his  rectorate at Revelstoke on the first  Sunday in May.���������Muscatine News-  Tribune.- -  Totals   1710    10,240  . Prior to January 1, ISJIS. there were  several small shippers from .S.indini,  among theni the Amei-ic-.in Boy,  Slocan Boy. Wonderful, Ajax. Majestic, Freddie Lee.   Mt.   Adams.   Good-  -Enaugh. Candid-, u -mnn,. _-"m-t>re*icr.  and Trade Dollar. Tbe last two  named are the only ones of these  small properties UVal have shipp-el ru <;  since,the. lirst. of January. The Noble  Five was closed down in the latler  p.-ut of 1S97 anel has shipped nothing  since-, though development work has-  be"*n pii-Oied steadily fur lbe past year,'  and gi eater ore bodies have laf.-ly  btfi'ti struck than were ever known on  this properly before.-" The sann* can  be said of the Slocan Star and Ruth.  When these piopritics ii'sunic ������hip-  menls as of old. which will be in lln*  near future, tbey will adil several  thousand tons nf oie- tei the* year's  output, and ought I.o bring the total  shipments for ilu- year from Sln.nn  mi lies ii(i to 50.CHJ0 tons. Putting lhe  valiif of tlii������ or., ni, $".���������; per ton. the  year's out put wiil be valued nt S3,750,-  <>_0, a very conservative estimate.  The Citv Council.  A special meeting of the city council  was held in the council chamber in the  court house last night. Mayor McCarty in the chair, and Aldermen  Grahame, McKec-bnie anel Brown  present. The object of tbe opocial  meeting was to appoint a cily health  officer, and Dr. Cross received the appoint ment, after wliich the council  adjourned.  Scarcely one business man in five  hundred can write as he would talk.  But it is one of the knne.-k. thai, must  be acquired���������or employed���������if eifee tive  aelwriting is to be done.  The Hkiiai.d jol> oflice is not "the  only cine;" in Kevelstoke*, but if. certainly is the best, price, quality and  promptness considered.  The HERALD has just received a  fine assortment of stationery, l flat  papers, etc. ' "Call and' leave your  orders'for job work.  EASTER DINNER AND CONCERT  The Entertainment of the Ladies Aid of  the Methodist Church a Success  The annua! Easter dinner and concert in the Methodist church on Monday evening under the auspices of the  Ladies' Aid society w.-is a decided "sac-  cess both from a financial and social  standpoint. The church was crowded  to its full capacity, and the tables  which were loaded with" the good  things provided by tbe ladies of the  congregation were kept fully occupied  by the assembled guests.l'rom 0 o'clock  till 8:30. A more sumptuous dinner  was never served in Revelatoke, and  the ladies tire to be congratulated for  their efforts in providing such a splendid repast. After the dinner was over  the following programme was rendered and the appreciation of its merits  was demonstrated by the continual a( -  plimse of the audience :   Choir   Mrs. McClregor anel  M i.*s Savage   Mrs. Dent  .Mrs, Laurence1 and Mi.-s Sorley   Mr. Sullivan  e^uarteile  -Mrs. Dent. Mrs. .laekson  and ."leasi'!.. sulliian and Harbcr  Duct Mrs. Jeffs and Miss Cowen  -"olo Mr. Meld rn in  Clarionet solo  Mr.Saur.ders  Auibcm Choir  Just before the programme commenced the pastor. Rev. Mr. Thompson, in a short address wi'lrnini'cl the  guesls to the annual dinner and concert on behalf of the ladies of Lhe  church.  The piocceds amounted to $C0.  I HAVE ALL THE LATEST  By Kipling, Anthony Hope, H. Rider  Haggard, (.tutter, Hull, i tiin, Slenkie-  wiez, etc., alto n new lot of lirilish  Columbia  ���������PHOTOGRAPHS  ENGLISH TOBACCTOS.  Anthem   Instrumental Due  Solo  Duel  Polo.  Opposite C.P.R. Still inn  ;, Game Traps ������������������  We have Just received a slock of- Traps, Numbers 0 and 1. Send in your  orders al once as lhey are going fast. Hmiters and Trappers are  right vp to date with our. new Savage Rifle, 30-303 ; always a slock  on hand. A good heavy reliable revolver is nol lo be despised when  31r. Silver Tip is al close quarters. Wc will close out our present  slock at cost.    '  HARDWARE AND  TINSMITHING.  McCarty Block-  W. M. LAWRENCE,  LIKE HOMEMADE BREAD.  t,    The Hreail mailo by ns Is the best in  llevelstoke. Our patronage is steadily  increasing. Give us a trial and bceoiue one  of our customers the same as tlie rest of  them.  t39~ UA1LY BKLIVERY.  M'CAGUE BROS.     -    Front St.  i *s-K:r3'ft--v--S ���������KS-fciX _������������������'  The To) o.ite. V.'eu-lil state's on whnl  appear.-, tu .t i". be lhe best of authority  thai tin* Gr-iii'l Tiunk and C.P.R. h.*i\e  made a deal whereby tbe former will  remain neutral in the coming fight  over the Kettle River railway charter.  This looks a.s if the Kettle River road  will be thrown down again.  Laundresses Wanted At Once.  Fnnr coin) vtcut -.fam  laundresso-*.    Apply  aE-.WI' K .t HAKVEY.  I:--.vlstokc Station, B.C.  __"">  A  Sargain.  tir.r N*n   9 e*ook *-[oi������, In Rood order, thre.  ������-!inln> and one* small Man'!, can be bought Ior  flgrn-h.   Apply "i~ I.." ������t Hkrald ofllec.  Here is a Good Investment.  Hon*-? and outbuilding" and I-ot I. Blocit II,  Mura lOAli^llc, for >-ale at a great ift'-riilec If  tal>.-_ at oi.ee. S-*������l ipent In Improvements  uo-.il't make it a ;-ro;,.-rty iliat would rent for  at !.:_*>! Tl- li month- Terms ^J-'.-dow n and tlie  purrha."T (o a-,������nme loan of $:17I, repayable at  fr. a m.nth. Now rented a*. Jiei a nioiitn, Fine  high and elrv lot. -^jclii-i, in garden 1.T.-1 sca.-on.  Oils ������������l"r fi.inc.-tion������, etc. I! ������o!d at all must  !_- 'Altliin 1.1 day-. Apply "R.P.I^" IlKKAI.Il  office. Vl-'Z)  PICTURE  FRAMES"  ���������XSXwK-K  Si  :-|    . Louisville Restaurant .   g;  .-i opposite e:oursier's. ::.'  <'    Meals sewed  at all bonis, day   i'x  3 - in- night. 5;  ���������;i        Antoni  KoBochci, Proprietor.       y.  |   fsawos *m*:e-&_x.s $  :R!������'K!;SvS^X->KftmS->������S!*iftK������*ft5:;-;-*at':'  EDUCATIONAL  CARD  Pencil drawing, black and colored crayons,  oil and water color on cau\as, silk, t-hiua, etc.  Two hours weekly:   ?1 per month.  Knglish teveninu; clns--) I*. hours weekly. ?:"  per mouth. Frencli. '2 linnrs ..eckiy, ������,i per  month.     Lathi, - hour* v.e.ckly, ?l per i.uin'.h..  Special te-rtir- lo lamiHe*-.  Address: Mi*' Steele, McKejuie .".veauv,  opposite Taylor Klcie".-.  -M'*������+*t't4''i''t-fr'I:*t*fc'i'-fc-fc'l^''>-r'i"''I''-,-M'  Have you got  Your Spring1  Suit Yet?  If not, now is thu lime lo  make your selections, nnd  leavo youi' orders. The. fit  and finish is rental to any  in Canada, and your money  is earned in your own city.  R.S. WILSON,  GITY TAILOR.  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  ���������*  ������^  .���������++-f+-M'++++++++++*+'I''**'f*f'*f+  ���������M-M"H-^-H"l"H"H"H"H-+'H-4"t++  FAYETTE BUKER.  pf>rton������ having or'lTert Picture P'ramc* from  A.C. <"*������.��������� wan ftn^i not r������i������!**������,��������� mIng tbern upon  fiHivorv, **m now obtain tliew from m'i at a  GREATLY    REDUCED    f?*TE,     \\\tsy    having  i������o'_!r_ I"ft fn mychnr^H. Anjo_., of ^oijr������fj, <*������n  bnr���������fim pome, first cIir>i*r*(���������������of a Hpl'.n'-H- lot.  Cali   Rt   reaMencu,  corner   Kin^   trni    Front  """' M. PETTIPIECE  CAN  Insure your property against loss  l.y fire.     ,  Insure  your  I.ifi: ��������� "Accident   or  heath."  Offer imi a chance to Invest a rtnall  or large amount i.f your earnings  or capital at a profitable rate of  Inter'-'St.  LOAN YOU   MONEY-  -_������9  o/TO i������  <1_   PT  Hotel Victoria  J. V. PERKS. Prop.  Hotel Accommodation Best in the city  for the money. ������  Heated by hot air  and eleetrie light and bell  in every room.  Hourly street car between hotel and station.  Large and well lighted sample room.  Free bus n.ect-s all trains.  IB.IEJ-^ZEIjSa.O-SCZE!, B. C-y  STXf^Only  He������t Companies Keprcscntcd.  Ollice McKc-n/lc Avenue.  *++*M"f*M������f-I"H'*M"������������M-f'I"W������l'+*M'+  ���������f'l"W'*'W"M"l������f+*H"M-W"l-f++'H"f-P  J   K"jritrr-     -lip  ". Watchmak&r ..'and' -'Jeweller  McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke, B.C.  P. R. Watch Inspector. Best Repair Work in the City. A Fine  Stock of Watches, Clocks, Wedding Rings, Engagement Rings,  Jewellry, Silverware Etc.  i"iii������ii'_. iT,inlr*lTT**r^~���������."������������������>  ��������� NOTICE  In  the   County   Court of Kootenay  Holden at I'ort Steele.  No. 41', of IMS.  Tn lhc matter of Kdna Demon deceased, and  In tlie matter of tlie "Ofllcinl Administrator's  Act," dated lnth elay of Mnrch, 1SW. upon reiul-  Inc the atlidarltsiif Walter Hejotl, and .lames l~.  Armstrong, it is ordered thut James F.  Ariti'-trniig. Official Administrator for the  County Court District of Kootenyy. shall be  Administrator of ull and singular the goods,  chattels and credits ol Edna Demon deceased*  And that tills order be published In two  consecutive weekly Issues ol the Hkrald, a  ni'wpapcr published at Itevelstoke In the said  County.  2H-27 (Si'd.)      J. A. FORIN. *  TENDERS  WANTED  Sealed Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to ttic 15th day of AprlMnext at  noon for sinking 100x1x6 prospect shaft on the  C'.Iengary mine, the contractor to provide all  material, tools, powder and provisions. Further particulars can tie obtained by applying  cither in person or letter to me at Kevelstoke.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  Itevelstoke, March 7th, 1899.  19-2C JOHN I). SIBBALD.  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson &. Co.(i  Mackenzie Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture  LICENCE AUTHORISING AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY  TO CARRY ON BUSINESS.  ' Companies Act, 1897."  * GROCERIES!  BREAD!  A.N. SMITH, BAKER.  Abbott Mines Company, Limited  Notice   *  TE>'DI~nS will be received by the undcr-  sicned up to noon on Monday, April 10th 1899,  for an extension during the coining summer  of the present tunnel Into the Abbott claim,  situated on Halev Creek. Lardeau district.  Thc present tunnel Is 'JCS feet long, and this  will have lo be extended until it crosscuts the  vein renuirinir an extension nf about 300 feet.  This extension must be 6 feet 6 inches In bsijrht  bv I feet in nidth and continued on the line  oi the present tunnel.        ������  Tenders must state prices per lineal foot of  new tunnel excavated, whicli price will cover  all expenses connected with malntaihance -of  present tunnel while work is in progress.  Contractor to Jurmsh all tools, labor, plant,  etc.. required.   ; .: -  Thc lowest or any tender uot necessarily  accepted. ���������������������������_���������������������������  H.ABBOTT,  President Abbott Mines Co.. Limited,  ?  -Vancouver, B. C..  Caxaiia : (  Province op British Columbia, t  No. 128.*  THIS IS TO CERTIFY that "Tho British  Lion Gold Jlinlnc and Development Company  of Ontario, Limited," "Non-Personal Liability," Is authorized and licensed to carry on  business within the Provinceof British Columbia, and to carrv out or effect all or anv ol the  objects hereinafter set forth lo wliich the  lcpislative authority ot the Legislature of  Uritish Columbia extends.  Tlie bead office of the Companv Is situate at  Owen Sound, Province .of Ontario, Canada.  Thc amount of tbe capital of tho Companv is  eiqhty thousand dollars, divided into four  thousand shares of t������cntv dollars each.  Thc Company is specially limited under  sce-tion SG of the said Act.  Thc head oflico of the Company in this  Province is situate at Rove*lstoke, and John  Manning Scott, I5arrister-at-Laiv, whose address is llevelstoke aforesaid, is the attorney  for the Company.  The objects for which thc Companv have been  established are:���������  To carry on in all their branchci the opera-  ons ofamininpr, mi'*'  velopment Companv.  For Sale or To Let.  Buildiugs in varietv for f ale or to let.'  20-28 ��������� lApply to R,Taitins.  _  "J?  tions of a mininpr, milling, reduction and de-  Given under my hand and seal of oflice at Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this ninth  day of February, onc thonsand eight' hundred  and ninetv-nine. {<���������������������������'.  [L.s.[ S. Y. WOOTTON, ,  1"���������iw        Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  -H

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