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 ______M__Hi  BSPW~~~~~~~~~~P~"~~~~~~~~~~"  ..!//  tr  -ISSTTIEID   TWICE-A-WEBK- 'W'^ITHSTEIBIDJ^.-Sre   A.3ST3D    S^LTTJI^nD^."Z-S-  Vol.  III.    No.  28.  REVELSTOKE, B. C. SATURDAY, APRIL S, 1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  'iai^^w.fa^W****'*********^  I  POR THIS  WEEK  50 pieces best  English  Print���������at cost.  Great Bargains in Laces  and Ribbons until gone.  We have secured J. & T.  Bell's Boots and Shoes  and can safely say they  are the finest goods ever  shown in Revelstoke.  -Japanese- Matting���������a  fine assortment of patterns ��������� 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.  The Great  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 positively 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, in dainty and  artistic designs. White Muslins, Whito  Piques and colored plain or fancy new  CiiiighiLins, in check and other effects.  A Shirt Waist Event  The chief charm of this Shirt Waist offer  in the charm of novelty combined with  Ion ness of price.  .10 Ladies' Kinc percale shirt waists, in  handsome phud designs, woven on thc  bins In pretty shades, green, rose* and  .violet, made with three point yoke back,  full pouch front, self collar anil 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. Tliey are the balance of a  loi; the regular value oi u-hlrb is $2.50;  they are in black foundations, 11 Ith wide  silver metallic stripes, well made full  skirt and gored band; a good .$"..-.0 underskirt Monday for $_  Wash Fabric Bargains  Every lady should bestow more than a  casual ghinee at these beautiful fabric--.  Besides being pretty thev are miirvolouslv  'cheap.  2.-> pieces new fust color Prints, in a  .*, choice assortment en* light ground-, with  new spring ilesigns, suitable for children's dresses, shirt wuists. etc. Ileu'Ulnr  13 cent goods, Monday it'ij cents.  10 pieces English Cai'iurics, excellent  washing fabrics, light and dark effects,  checks and stripes, tilt-o fancy designs,  worth l'_!}������ cents a ya.nl, Monelav 10 cents.  Ladies' Wrappers ���������  These pretty percale wrappers will have  hosts oi admirers Monday. They're new,  stylish and moderately priced.  25 Ladies' new percale wrappers in very  ' hand-, mc plaid effects, latest style, full  fronts, skirt cut extra wide, perfect fitting, a regular $2.00 article, special $1.25,  20 Cent Cretonnes for 15 Cents  "Monday we sell exactly 200 yards of  those new cretonnes. When this quantity is sold the opportunity to buy at this  * price ceases. They are in new aft patterns, bright colored effects. Regular  20 cent cretonnes, Monday 35 cents.  Ladies' Hosiery  These Hnca of Ladies' hose are only  hints of tlie Innumerable specials prepared for Monday's offering.  Ladies' plain black cashmere hose, fait  dye, seamless, special 33 cents.  Ladies' fine eiunlity plain black cashmere hose, extra solt finish,special -I11 els.  Special Curtain Cuts  Housekeepers wil! have a gala day in,  lhc- eiirtiun department on Monday revelling among bargains like these:  fill pair white lace curtains, neat-styles  and rich do-igu.-, S yards long. Regular  Tl.25 a pair, Monday for 83 cents.  ���������1 pieces curtain scrim, in cream anei  blue, plain cream, cream and reel, cream  .and mahogany. Regular 33 cent's,'Monday 2.r. cents. ' >  Items for Home Needs���������Monday  The second floor of the Big Busy Storo  is a veritable housekeeper!,' paradise.  This list has been specially prepared for  them for Monday. fivery article is use-  Iui, of reliable quality and moderately  priced for Monday's special bargains.  Glass Popper and Salts, regular 10 cents,  Monday __ cents. ;  Small Japan Tea Pots, regular 13 cent.1*,  Monday 35 cents;   .  Glass Tumblers, regular $1.23, Monday  90 cents.  , " Cake Plates, with handles,regular price  *      90 cents, Monday CO eents. '  -ChinaTcaSetts, "regular price ?7..~>0, on  Monday for $,1.00.  8 in. Scollopes, regular price CO censs,  Monday for 10 cents.  Glass Water Setts, regular'price $3.00,  j   on Monday at $2.25.  Glass Water Pitchers, regular $1,50, 011  Monday for $1.00. ,"  Goblets, regular price, $1.73, Monday at  . $1.3.1. -     .  Fruit Stand, regular price 90 cents, oil  ._-   Monday for f.0 cents.  Covered Vepctnbie Dishes, regular price  CO rents, on Monday for-IU cents.  Cut Glass Fruit Dishes, regular price  83 cents, on Monday 00 cents, '  Carpets, Oil Cloths, Japanese Matting,  An Squares, Hugs, Mats.  .   Hundreds of other bargains offered on  Monday throughout the store,  LADIES' EMPORIUM  Tn nn Ft-ieut, Cfntrb.  Opposite Co whii Block.  Latest, Daintiest and Best.  Assortment  of Fancy  --��������� Goods���������in~town;  ,M. K. Lawson.  Haigr  &  Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Kevelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  C.B. Hume & CoJ  !  WHOLESALE    AND    RETAIL    $  G EN EH A L 31EHC1IA NTS  [feC***-*******  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public? &c.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Ave., Rcvcl-toRe Sta.  Money to Loan.  '.V. White, (l. C. J. M. Scott. B.A., LL.B.  F. L. Gwillim.  ���������&_   -^6������^    J&      -^-     .^--    ^&.   ���������"&-   J7a.  Some Great Snaps  Having bought the Bankrupt Stock of  the-FALLIS-BROSr-ESTATE ���������=nt--~ir  rednced price, I can now oilier bargains  that cannot be equalled in the city.  Twenty Bars Royal Crown Soap.. $1 00  Three lbs. of English Efst. Tea...    1 00  White Star Baking Powder 12 oz.       15  Rolled Oats, 80 lbs.'for     2 00  French Peas, 5 Tins for     x 00  Pure   Gold    Flavoring    Extracts,  5 oz        15  Peach, Pears, Apricots,   5  2J  lb.  Cans for only     1 00  CREAT SLAUGHTER  IN GENTS' FURNISHINGS  Come and See my $5.00 Suits  FREE DELIVERY"  STRICTLY CASH  HARVEY   &   M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors,    Etc.  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Company funds to loan at 8 tier cent.  Olllces:   Molsons Bank Block.  First Street,   Revelstoke Station,   B. C.  DR. E. H. S. McLEAN  Office end Residence, two doors east Cowan  Block.  THIRD til BEET, CENTRE.  Nljtlit and Day Calls attended to.  Telephone connection.  NURSE  LUCAS  L. O. S., London. England.    -  Trained,    experienced,     medical,     surgical.  obstetrical nurse, open to engagement.  Address:   NUltSK LUCAS, Kevelstoke.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Draying and delivery work aspecia'ty. Teams  always ready on shortest notice. Contracts Ior  Jobbing taken.  E. S. JACKSON.  **$r^4r -=c*>"  ~<-^ ���������"  A SPRING   .  REMINDER  ������  NO TOXIC TO EQUAL  "The Best Sarsaparilla"  PREPARED FROM TUE  Purest - Drug's  By the most modern scientific methods.  Beatrice.  While* in the Fish Creek district  Aid. Bi'er made .-irt-angeuieiits for  taking the ore from the Beatrice mine  in which he is i 11 te rested, to Thomson's . Laniling. When, he lel't IC  horses anil nine men were at work  bringing clown the ore. The seiason  being late before the trail was made  -liewill-notrget���������dinvii���������;is^iiiuc,h~as"^lfe"  expcct.eel, but hopes to have over 100  tons clown before the. road breaks.  While, he was at the mint', they drove  16 feet in the lower tunnel, striking  the,vein, and completing 320 feet, of  work. Tlin -showing is very satisfactory. They arc now drifting on the  vein and pushing the woi I; as rapidly  a.s possible. Tin* appearances continue  favorable.���������Nelson Miner.  ..FIELD & BEWS..  CHEMISTS   -   DRUGGISTS    -    STATIONERS.  REVELSTOKE. B. C.  Stampeding from Edmonton  The R"kvi-:lstoki~ Hkrald ment ions  that there are reports raging around  Golelen, B.C., of ;t stampede fiom  Edmonton to the sceni*. cf the new  placer strike near Tete Jaime Cache*.  The Herald (hem goes on to state  that the idea of largo puck trains  leaving Edmonton now for llie Cache,  as stated in the Free Press, is absurd,  "as the middle of April i.s tho earliest  that pack trains ever start from Edmonton for the west, as there is no  feed ��������� until then." The Hkrald is  slightly in error. It is a remarkable  fact that pack trains follow the Jasper  trail all through the winter and the  snow is seldom so deep that pack  animals are unable to paw their  living. The Jackson-McLaughlin party-  left Edmonton in Novembeir. Howard  Rosling's train of fifty, horses lel't the  first week in March and three prospectors left the week following with  eighteen horses. Others will follow as  soon as they can outfit and none of  them anticipate diUiculty on account  of their early start, in fact their 'iim is  to get through before the snow goes  and the ice leaves the rivers.���������Edmonton Bulletin.  It is reported that J. J. Roy, resident engineer eif the Dominion public  wcuks department, is to make an extensive survey this season of the navigation of the Columbia, bsginning at  the head of navigation and following  the river down*  THE GOLDEN LARDEAU  A NELSON  ALDERMAN  ON  THE  DISTRICT  TEN SHIPPERS  THIS   SEASON  A Li������t of Properties 0:1 Which Work  Will Be Started Right Away���������A  Waggon Road Up the North t-'ork ef  the Lardeau, the Most Immediate  Want of the Region���������Expects the  District Will Prove One of the Richest  in the Province.  Speaking of the Lardeau district  generally Aid. Beer told the Nelson  Miner that he expected to see great  activity in the properties there this  season. Heretofore the owners of  Lardean claims stood in the way of  its advancement on account of the  prohibitive prices lhey asked foi'  their properties. There'iiro signs now  that it will be worked at a more  businesslike basis than heretofore  which will encourage a large amount  of capital to go in. There is no doubt  about the district being exceptionally  rich and when the weather.permits  active work will start on a great many  claims. There* are several good companies interested in properties there  and the showings thus far have been  sufficient to encourage them to push  on the work. The (good prospect of  the earlj~ building of a railroad  through the richest mining rwgion has  greatly stimulated development, work.  This menus considerable to Nelson as  this city will be the supply point for  the southern part of the district and  alsofor the camps as far north as the  enterprise of Nelson merchants can  make itself felt.  The most immediate want of the  region is the extension of.the waggon  ro.id up die north fork of the Lardeau  river not less than six miles. This  would give shipping facilities for 20  good properties and .be-of immense,  benelit to the district. It* would be  easily constructed and would not be  an 'expensive piece of wen k.   .  While he wiis at his property, men  were put to work on the adjoining  ciaim, ths Silver Queen. Work will  also shortly commence on tho Black  Diamond, Nettie L, Liltle Robert,  Union Jack, Rob Roy and others,- J.  W. Westfall. of Rossland, was in the  country wilhiYfr. Beer. His firm is  interested in several properties upon  which development will be pushed as  soon as tbe season permits. The Old  Cold Quartz and Placer Mining Co.,  and the Primrose Gold Mining Co.  -have���������done���������considerable-work.-*- On-  each property a working tunnel is now  being driven and both,have considerable ore on the dm 11 p. A shaft is  being sunk and drifting continued on  the Nettie L, under tlie.supi. .vision of  D. ,T. Cameron.. Tiie receul, strike on  this property has caused quite an  excitement in the country and brought  hosts of congratulations to Mr. Pool,  who is largely interested and ,who is  one of the most popular mining men  in the district. , The St. Elmo, owned  by Hugh McPherson,. is one of the  most promising claims and uctivu  work is expected to commence in a  fow days. While tliero Mr. Beer  heard that several valuable chums had  changed hands and ii. each case work  will be commenced as soon as the.  snow admits. The Bad Shot, on  Gaynor creek, owned by Messrs.  Johnston & Campbell, will be largely  developed and considerable money  will be spent on it this spring. This  property should become a shipper in  the near future. 111 fact there should  be not less than leu shippers in the  district this season.  The probability of the C.P.R. building up Fish creek as far as Pool creek  will result in a large amount of work  being dime there. Already plans aie  completed to put a large number of  men to work early in May.  The Mohawk is one of the piomising  claims there. The Towser, owned hy  Messrs. Ferguson and Knowles, aeljoining the Silver Cup, will have considerable work elone at it with the  probability of its being one of the be.-<t  properties and largest shippers ir. the  district.-  In conclusion Aid. Beer said that he  had everv* confidence in the district  proving one of the richest in the  province and that this season would  see it make great progress.  Easter Monday Dinner at Golden.  The "Light Fantastic" celebrated on  Easter Monday evening by the elite of  Gulden was thoroughly enjoynd by .'ill  in attendance anil got up regard less of  expense, as Was seen by the elaborate  decorations and sumptuous repast.  The talented musicians deserve gieat  praise feu their eillcient rendering of  their pioi'i'.-t, whuh were all new ami  most iipptiiprt.ilc anil very "fetching."  Happiness reigned supreme uiiinug..i  nil thi: gny dancers. The* toilets nf all  were "swell," anel would put In the  shade! some of the bon ton celebrities  of our Bohemian cities. Golden may  welt feel proud of its society circle as  the ringleaders of the dance.  The sma' wed 'ours were very sum'  when the happy dancers left for their  respective homes, perhaps tu ii renin  for ninny 11 night of one (at least) of  the most enjoyable evenings spent in  Golden. The floor was in prime condition, .-11111 reflects great credit on Mr.  W. McNeisli, the owner and proprietor  of che Columbia House, of which the  hall forms a part.  A Herald Suhscriuei".  PLACER COLD  Expert Theory as to How the Deposits  are Formed  It is the general belief among prospectors and others that where rich  placer ground is found that above and  in tbe near vicinity there must be rich  lodes. This conclusion is erroneous,;  Fays B. F. Gilttier, in Ores and Metals,  as we shall see from observed facts.  To say that no plarer of gold is derived  from lodes carrying gold would not be  the exact fact. From observation and  experience it has been demonstrated  that where the richest placers exist  that near by the least number of gold  mines have been, found. The reason  must, be ti prime condition in which,  and on account of which, gold   occurs.  Now, the source 011 prime condition  of gold must be the first consideration,  and .we must also -be.able to'.compie-  liend the cause of the tiansformation  ftom the primary to the secondary,  gold in placers. The greater part of  the auriferous sands found throughout  the world are black or red ferrugiiieous  colors, thus showing that'iron in some  form must be the active element in the  tiansformation. Now, let. ns see in  what form iron exhibits itself in the  primary rock from which the gold is  derived. Pyrites accompanies gold in  most all of the original in whicli gold  is found; these pyrites are acted upon  by the oxygen in the water and ail-.  Tbe waler carries the gold down in the  lower level in solution until it comes  in contact by its flow with something  .which most cause a redisposition of  the gold in the gulch or valley below.  The chemical conditions  must be ex  actly light to cause the gold solution,  and again, must be right for the second  deposition, which makes the jilacpr  gold.  It is evident that in America nearly  .ill placei* grounds curv 11l.uk p:o-  to;;id*i of iron. 'Now, where did this  black piotoxide of iron come fiom. as  this lonn of iron is only secondary and  the sulphides of iron are the primary  condition. Let us see what causes  this chemical change.    ,  Dr. Emmons and other eminent  chemists have solved this problem by  t'xperimentation. They dissolve the  gold into a lerchloi-ide and this solution is converted into gold again by  lir. t dropping a cube of pyrite into the  solution anil then by placing some  chips of wood, dried grass and leaves  into this .solution, which causes the  gold to precipitate onto the cubp,  thereby causing it to be made a veritable nugget. Tbe black protoxide  which encases tbe grains which are  frequently found in the auriferous  gravel and sands, is bnt the excess of  sulphur resulting from this chemical  change. The general 1 uie to be followed is this, that the finding of great  placers is no evidence of rich lodes,  but where rich placer gold is found it  is evident only that the country from  which the golel is derived is evenly im-  piegtiated throughout, exposing a  large surface area upon which the  water and air have the opportunity to  act. Also, where this last named condition exists is also good evidence that  the source from which the golel is derived is tbe center of the greatest disturbance. And while this eternal  force was being exerted on the earth's  crust it fractured the whole mountain  into an infinitesimal number of crevices into which the gold was ejected.  CP.R, LARDEAU BRANCH  F. T. Brewster has resigned his seat  on the council of the board of trade.  WILL BE PUSHED THROUGH  WITH ALL SPEED  TO HEAD OFF CREAT NORTHERN  Tho Engineers Started the Survey from  Argenta ou Tuesday���������The Work Will-  Commence from the Southern End of  the Road���������The Great Northern Plans,  of Extension of the Nelson & Bed-  lington .Through Kootenay North.���������*  A Race for North Kootenay Trade  Speaking of the proposed C.P.R./  extension through the Lardeau, the*  Xolson Miner of Tuesday Inst snys:  Every indication points to the early  commencement of the work froin a  point near Argenta, at tlie head of-  Kootenay Lake, which will make'  Nelson the direct source of supply forthe large gangs of men that will  necessarily be engaged.  Monday afternoon a  party  of etigi-^  neers in the employ of the C.P.R.  left-  for Argenta  and   will   commence   at*  once to Iny   out   the_ line   fiom   that  point.    The party was composed of A.- ���������  E. Doueet,  G. II. Gordon,  G. L. L,uv,'.*  P. C. Grant and Gordon Grant.   These'   .  gentlemen  have  been   for some  time,'  working on the line out.  from. Arrowhead but received news   thut brought,-  -  them off post haste to   Nelson   and  on   ���������  through to the head of  the Kootenay -  Lake.      They   did    not   stay, 'here   ft -  moment longer than   they   icni'd   help*  a. tlieir older., wei e lo  push   i.tiy.viih-'  out delay.     The   reason   for   nil  .this  haste could not   be' learned   from   the'  engineers, who had nothing to say  of  their movements, but  when  two   and - ���������  two are  put   togelner   the   reason   is  easily figuied out."  At the present time engineers of the  Great  Northern   are   locating   a  line ���������  into   the   Lardemi ' anel    Trout   Lake ;  districts   to   tap   that    rich     mining '-  region.    It is "pretty  well   understood's  that this is a scheme   of-Mr.   Hill   to  extend the Nelson & Bedlington   road ���������  up the east side of Kootenay  Lake  to *'  ultimately connect, with .1   line  in.the*-  Trout Lake district. -  The C.P.R. does I  not view the intrusion with favor and."  has decided to offset it  by losing no '  time  in   building   into    the country"  itself.    Jlr. Hill has  shown   himself so _��������� .  active that the C.P.R.   will   lose   no,  more time in checkmating him.  As the CP.R. first  intended  to  get  to work,   the   road.would turn  from -  Arrowhead     up   Fish" River,   thence  -  southerly   to  Trout  Lake,   along   the   -  west, side of that lake and skirting the   .  Latdeau river to a point near Argenta,  on   Kootenny   lake.      Now   the   program me-^is_rovi'i-sed~and��������� work- will-1-^  commence, from   the   Argenta    end. ~  The   engineers    will  get  tn  work  at ���������  once and it  will  probably  be  only  a -  short time before an   annutiilcemetit is  made and actual work of construction  commences.   When the line is finally -  completed lo Arrowhead  it  will   provide  a   much   shorter connection   be-  =-  t.ween Nelson and the main line of the   ���������  C.P.R.   nnd make  only   one   change  necessary    between    Revelstoke and  heie. n  Tiie, pioposed line of lhe Great  Northern runs from Argenta, along  the west side of Duncan lake and  Duncan river, into tin; Troiis Lake  district. The proposed terminus is  not know 11. the line would undoubtedly i-iiti far enough north to tup a  large number of mines.  Both roads now sc-i'in to  be  ont for  the business the rirh  Lardeaii-Diincan   -  and Trout Lake districts have to offer  anel in the scramble the eoniitry  will  benefit greatly."  To cover the field use the columns of  the Herald. Its rates are higher  than other mediums, but the service  rendered is better.  Special Edition of Kootenay Mining  Standard.  D. It. Young, publisher of the Kootenay Mining Standard: is busy touring  Kootenay in the interest of his special  edition, whicli will appear about the  first of July. Thc pages of the edition  will contain over one huudred handsome half-tone views of the principal  mines of Kootenay and Boundary districts, also a complete and authentic  write-up of same. Engravings of all  the leading cities, including Rossland.  Trail, Nelson, Sandon, Kaslo. Greenwood. Grand Forks, Fort Steele, Revelstoke, Silverton, New Deliver, Nakusp, Cascade. Whitewater, Cran-  brook, Moyie, TTinir. Ainsworth,Trout  Lake, Erie, Salmo, McGitigan, Cody,  Three Forks. Slocan City, and several  other smaller camps, will also bu  shown therein.  Wing  Chung has  bought out Hip ,  Chung's Chinese store on Front street.'  --,-������--.���������������������'-": Revelstoke   Herald  Published in Interests o  Revelitoke, Lardeau, Blf? Bond, Trout Luke  READ DAVIN'S SPEECH  Albert Canvon  Poos and Eagle Pass U  lllecillowaet.  Jordan  IsirlclH.  A   JOHNSON Proprietor.  A Beml-W^eklr Joornal. imbllBhcd In tho  lc*-*r.n~ of RovcUtoke nud the eurroundlm;  dlnrlct, Weduewlar* ar.a Saturelajs, making  ;lo������rtl eonni-ctlonii with all tialm.  AiSvertlaiag Bales : Ui!>pl������y lull. Sl-.iO per  colB_inli.ch.*_C~!ipcrlnch whenluiertcdontillo  utca. I*(ml _���������*:_. 12o per (iior.pari-lt) lino for  first innord.m ; Sc (or evu>h ftddllleumlmi-ertloii.  I*,������������dlng t.otloey>, Uc per line each issue. His ".  -tlarrioKertiid Pcath noiice-s. free.  -u-scripllon ltates: By inuil or carrier. 82 0<)  f _-r annum :  *l.li tor six luoniln, elrlctly in  On? Job Department: Iuk Hkuam; Job  lH.-p.irime.nl is one of tho beet equipped  prlntlr.it o_.e_._i In Wcm Koot'-ims-, and Is lire-  pared to exi-ciiK: bll kinrtu ot printing In fi"l  cl_-.s style at honeft prlc-CB Onu lirico to nil.  S'ojob too lariro��������� none too Rinnll���������tor lis. AI.ui  orders promptly attended to. Ulvo us a inul  on rour next order. , .  ToCcrr^pondcnw: We lm corrcHpond-  mcv on any suhjoct of In'titriX '.o tho ^neml  public, and deslro a rcllabl' reKiilar corroj-  {.indent In every loc-i' siirrouiidlriK  Pevolsto _>'. Inallcajcfi the bona fide immu  nf the writer niiislaccoinrany iiiiinusirlpt, but  i.o: nt-cew>or!ty for publictuln .  Address nil co'imiunlcations  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoko, Q. C  HOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1 ".11 correspondence must bo legibly  ������Titt"ei.ooonefeideof ihe papor only. ,  t. Oirre-'por.denoo contalnlni? Pcr3������"������;  matter must be blamed with ll.a pr per naino  Crsthf-or.e������Cpr<indence with rolcreneio to any  thirz that ims appeared In *������������������������<; P*J=J  roun flmt be offereo for pubhcation to that  1-aper before it can appear in 1 he nnitAi.n-  SATURDAY,  APRIL     S,  1890.  PERKIN  MIDDLEWICK YACHTING  Thy  mysterious    preliminaries    connected  with  the      launching      ot   Sir  Thomas    Linton's  "Shamrock,"   which  is coming over to try and win back the  America  Cup,  are,   i������   that  were  possible,   just   a  litte  more   tedious  than  Jthe  preliminaries  to   the  JeKries-Klti"-  slmmons   fight.      The      same  "hidden  h:.nd"   feature  makes   itselt  obtrusive  r.ot  in  a sportsmanlike  sense,  but  ln  an      advance-agem-like   senso.      The  clubs scoffed at thc temerity of Chas.  "Rose,  of Toronto, making a  challenge  after  the  Bunraven  disaster,   because  lv    was    nol    or-aw-qulte    prominent  enough, you know.     Now swell yachtsmen like Isflin. (ipuld and the rest oC  the Newport coffee coolers are  tickled  id  death   to  have  dear  "Sir  Thomas"  to race against. .   If he had dared  to  make the ehallengt without thc knighthood   fsaiure,   and ..sent   liis   challenge  ui     Tommy Lipton,     the     successful  cheese,   butter  and  ham   shop   keeper  of     Jamaica      Street.      Glasgow,  and  JUcholson       Street.      Edinburgh,   ihey  ���������would  have  thrown up iheir hands in  horror.      Bui   the   gentleman   sills   a  whole lot      of butter, cheese anel-ham,  g"ve������   some   splosh   to   Guy's   hospital,  gett*  knighted,  and  as a  step  towards  "Marlborough      House garden      parties,  challenge-?   the   America   Yacht      club  fcr the cup.     Lipton is more American  than  Knglish.      Anyone who has met  Lipton���������we have*���������is' struck by his uu-  scCectc-d,   business   like   ways,   and   no  one  knows  bettor  than  he  does  that  hnd  it  not been  for      his  title  (.which  r.t-vc-r fails to call forth an ill concealed  smile in Scotland) his challenge would  r.%ver have  been      considered      for a  moment.      There is  not  the smallest,  faintest shadow  of a chance     of ihe  Shamrock- winning,  for  many  reasons,  but it will  mako      a  pretty function,  likft   the   Horse   Show   or   Ascot;   and  Tommy,   of   butier   and   cheese   fame,  will   shake  hand-*   with  "Vales,  win   r.r  los**.   and   he   happy.      The   worlel  will  still  wag on,      At least, ii looks lhat  way.  As Nicholas Flood Davin in debate is  aivays nn interesting personality on  account of his scathing gibes and  shafts of satire, condemnatory of the  policy of the present government, we  need offer no apology for reproducing  the main portion of ihe brilliant speech  delivered by him some clays ago in the  hmise. Mr. Davin commenced by  chuffing the milliliter of trade uud commerce (Sir Richard CltiYlwright). lie  denounced the plebiscite us a sham  ond a fraud, and said that llio government had wasted u quarter eif u million dolhirn of tin: people's inunoy. Tho  plebiscite; wns unknown lo the constitution of flrout Jlrltuln, nnd lie did not  think It wan any Impnivcmenl lo the  constitution of Canada. The money  which" hnd been wauled on It could  have been much bolter employed  lirigatlon work in the North  where largo areas of  v.ere  lying wasl  The Groat Slump Dictator.  Referring to penny postage, he said  the'postmaster general would go down  to history as the great stamp dictator,  the postmaster general who was perpetually issuing new stamps only lo  Withdraw them, and had at last managed lo issue a "vaster" stamp thai  had beon. (Laughter). He ridiculed  the mosgrencss of the bill of fare  provided by lho government as outlined in the speech from lho throne,  scored the government for its record  cf broken promises, and snid that one  most essential thing under our constitution was thai the people* should  have confidences in the promises of  the 'government. In this country we  had presented io us the extraordinary  spectacle of men gelling into power  on a scries of pledges, every onc of  them whicli had been broken, and  then Uiriiing round and laughing al  the people who had trusted them.  'Applause).  totallers go, luiinely, to partake of the  Roman punch In the middle of the  dinner." (Laughter). Mr. Davin  continued speaking up lo G o'clock in  general condemnation of the policy of  thc government.  THE ATHABASCA TUKATY  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  MKTHODIST CHURCH - RovelBtoke.  , Preaching sorvlcos at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Clum mooting at tho closo of the  morning service, "���������nbbath School nnd Bible  Class at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayor meeting  ovorr Wednesday evening at 7:80 p.m. Tho  publio uro cordially invited.   Bouts frco.  REV. S. J. THOMPSON, Paitor.  CHURCH    OK     ENOLAND-St.  -*-^   Rcvi'li-toko    Hours of service:  in  West  ���������iiluiible  land  for   want  of   waler.  The   Indians  In   the  Athabasca  district lo be treated with by the government  of  Canada    lhrough    a commls-  Kiou this coming summer are estimated  tu   number   about   2,700.      Theiv      aro  also believed to be In the district somo  1,700   half   breeds   to   whom   scrip   will  be  issued.      The Indians arc* of three  tribes���������Wood     Crcos,     Beavers     and  Cliippwyar..".     The Wood Crcos in tho  district  mlgratce!  from the Saskatchewan country several years ago.     The  other two tribe,  arc natives of lhc soil,  and  arc      nn  allied      race,  ciuiic  distinct   from   llie   tJroos.       The   Heavers  occupy   the   Peace      River      region���������u  prairie area���������and  own      horses.      Tbo  Chlpewynns are  hunters.  Usher.''      and  river men. and occupy thc Lake Athabasca region northward    to Great Slave  hike.      The  Chipewyans      travel      by  canoe   In   summer      and   by   dogs      In  winter.      Tlio   Wood   Croes   are   found  a*. Athabasca Landing,  along the Athabasca  river,   nt   Lesser   Slave   lake,  nnd also on  the Peace river, where It  Is said they have lo some extent displaced   the  Heaver...      The country  of  the Wood Crocs is valuable for timber  and   agriculture,   that  of  thc   Beavers  for agriculture and grazing, and of the  Chipewyans for fish,  furs    and    minerals.  Peter'8         _    Evening  prayer dully at a o'clock, Fridays at 7:30.  Snnelaya and Festivals: Holy Communion ot,  a.m.. morning prayer at 11. Sunday School  nnd Hlbl. ~i|i������.,������ nt. 4:30. evening pruy-r Bt 7:30.  First Sunday In tho month Holy Communion  at morning services.  PRE .HYTEIIIAN ("HUKCH-RoyelBtO-i*.  .-uivloi! ..vci'i Sunday mil a.m. mul 7.0  p.m. Blh'o CIhs .it 2:30 p.m., to which  nil nro welcome. Prayer meeting at 8 p.m.  every W'odncudny.  HEV. T. MKNZIES. Pastor.  ROMAN   CATHOLIC   CHUROH ��������� Rovolstoke.     Mass  drat and third Sundays In  month al 10:30 n.m.  REV. FATHER THAYER.  SALVATION ARMY���������McotlnCB every night  In tho!r bad on Front. Stroot,  HOW IS THIS FOR A STRAY  FEATURE?  Loyal Orange  Lodgo, No. 1058.  Ilcmiliii- mei'tlng*! nre held In Ilia  Uililfclloivs Hull mi the lliiril Friday  of i:.iuli monlli nt I.m p. in. Visiting  brethren e'nrellnllv Invited  XV. ������. I'.inii'v, W.M.: ll. I', l'ctti  Sec; Dr. T. JclTs, Fin. Sec.; Thos.  i&ss.  p-ece;  lio  S.eeil, Treasurer.  Court   Mt.   Bcgbie,  I.O.F.,No.346i.  Mcots in t.ho Oddfellows' nail on tho  2nd and Ith Fridays of  each month. Visiting  brethren invltod to  attend.  pETTIPIECE'S  Directory  and  Mat)  of the  City p Revelstoke  1899.  I beg to inform tho public  that the Third Annual Directory and Map ot tho City ot  revelstoke will bo Issued  from tho oflice of publication  on or about the 1st of May.  Resides containing a comploto  list of tho names, occupation  and residence of every mnlo  resident of Revelstoko and  vicinity it will contain valuable information concerning North Kootenny. Placo  your .order   now.  PRICE   FIFTY   CENTS  Remit   to   R.  P.  PETTIPIECE,   ,   Revelstoke, 13. C.  i -i ���������' ,���������. 1 r���������r r���������m      mr  These Are Facts  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS,  opened up by the  Mineral properties  Diamond Core  Drill  . .C.w'^t'-'tg- VM .-������__=-  ���������--"��������� ���������-'-r~=-*i*^?.-?~^-."^������________c_3_____a  R. Campbell,    K. D. J. C. Johnson  Chief Ranger. Itec.-Suc.  The   Stand   in   1S03  ln IS!)3 thc Libera! party mot in con  volition In   Oltawa nnel propounded    a ' arce company, deciding  Toronto,   March  31.���������Judge    McDougall   this  morning  delivered  Judgment  ln   the   cr.se      ejf   Bridget      McCarron  against   the  Metropolitan   Lifo   Insur-  a point      of  policy, not of tariff reform, but of I firoal Importance to the insurance  tariff revolution. Sir WilTi-id then do- , uorld. In 1S91 Bridget McCarron in-  c'.arod hinisoir in favor ot froo trade, ; Bl,rpd ]]er uncl0j Miics Burns, fer $120  and denounced tho Conservative pro- ��������� ,n the 00mpany without his knowledge;  gramme of tariff revision as merely*-,. conSl.nt. the premium being 50  peratching off tho paint, pulling on a CCTlts weclUv- A������tei. paying this sum  new coat of varnish nnd cabins: it fol. scvcri ycal.Si Bhe found thfU she  in riff reform. Thoro couhl bo- no . ,.lul IKlid in Sl8!)> m01.0 than thc  tariff reform, said Sir. Laurier, in bonefu undei. the nolicy, and com-  which   llio  principle  of  protection  was j mcllC0d   ncUon   to   rccover   $200.       His  honor found thai Roberts, the agent  who had takon tho risk, had mado  false  nnd  fraudulent    representations  retained���������(laughter)���������and     whon     Mr. I  Laurier   went   to   the   North   AVest,   ho 1  . as   pictured    by   Tlio   lClobo   as   the  Good   Samaritan   bending      over      thc '  bruised Norlh AVest farmer and  pour- '  Ing   into   his   wounds   lhe   oil   of   tarilf  reform,   and   int.i  his  gaping      mouth  the ^winej  of  freo clrncle.  The  Oil  Wns  Scarce  Well, said Mr. bavin, if any of that  Ml reached the farmer's wounds il was  such an infinitesimal quantity as  would scarce lubricate the main spring  of lhc* tiniest Geneva watch ever  made, and if any of the wine of free  trade reached his gullet it was in a  quantity that would not disturb lho  cerebral equilibrium of tho smallest  chipmunk of the North West prairies.  'Laughter).  Marvelous    Changes  Thon Mr. Dain went on to compare  lhe present tariff wilh thc old Conservative tariff ln regard to articles required by the farmer, such as agricultural machinery, on which thc duty  was left nt 20 per cent, springs and  axles "reduced at a run" from tlio 30  por cent, Tory figure to 35 per cent,  and cottons reduced at a run from  !-2 1-2 per cent lo 25. "Wasn't it mar-  wlnus? Handkerchiefs wero similar-  l. reduced from 30 lo 3:1 pur cm. and  woolen., the samo. The statement  made to the farmer by the minister of  customs was. however, different. But  look a.' iho one-fourth preference io  rln? Uritish manufacturer. The fact  was shown by tho trade and navigation returns thai only an inf.niicsimsl  The Acme���������������  Soda  Water  ��������� -" Works  Miumfucturers of all kinds of  Aerated Waters, Soda and Mineral  Waters in Syphons and Bottles.  Factories at Vernon and Revel-1  stoke, B. C. ;  HEVELSTO^E  lip WORKS..  Blaolismithine- Jobbine  Plumbing.   Pipe F-ttins*  TinsmitiiinK  Slieet Iron Work  Machinery HePairetl  fining Work a Specialty.^-****  ROBT. GORDON  Revelatolce   Station.  P^eveSsto^Q Hospital   * ~~j:~;,~~a~is   To obtain rapidly llio knowledge of tho vnhio of n el's or Itilgi a  nothing'is to be compared with tho Diamond Core Diiil, whioh will  prove more in 30 days than an outfit of men tunnelling or sii.liing  shaft-s could prove in ten yoars.  The Diamond Core Drill can pierco tlio mountains nud take the  secret of what it contains from their very hearts, and tlio moro solid  the rock formation, tho quicker it will do its work.  Tho Diamond Core Drill is so constructed that ib c ir.  bo taken c 'j  pieces aud packed on the backs of horses and carried   and   woi keel  almost inaccessible places where water, can be obtained,���������-aud it  bo in almost any part of British Columbia.  Jj-or full information and particulars apply by letter or in person to  J.    D.     SIBBALD,  REAL     ESTATE   AND     MINING     BROKERS,     REVELSTOKE  Maternity Room in connection.  "Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR' Hrs. McKechnie  and  Jeffs, Attendants  thai be had signed Burns' name and  filled up all blanks. Under lbe circumstances the plaintiff was entitleel  lo recover tho money paid in. according  to the law of Canada. The plaintitt  had no insurance interest in her  uuele. Judgment for S1S5.3C and  costs was given against the company,  nnd Burns' name ordered to be struck  oft the record.  CANNY   MCALLISTER  t. Leon  Large light ���������bed  rooms.  Table furnished with  the choice*"!*, the.market  afford-^ Best "Wines-  Liquors and Cigars  Rates  $1.00 a day.     Monthly race.'  . J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  $mmiwmmmmmmmmmmw.mmm,mmmmmte  1   THE MOLSONS BANK   1  6: Incorporated by Act <iv Parmvmknt, 1855. -3  -"���������^"THE-DEIL-LOCKS-AFTER.'-*--   Telegrams in the latest Winnipeg  papers give prominence to i railway  ai-ci-ent ir. Kansas wherin Dr. Watson (Ian Maclaren), -.he author of the  Bonnie Briar Bush, was sitting in ihe  list coach. The despatch lays considerable stress on the fact that Ian  Maclaren was unhurt, and we have no  doubt but what Ian himself lays considerable strc-s on ihe happy outcome  of the las: coach himi-elf; hut  became of ihe people in ihe  roa/*h-5_ Th.y  Injured.  mmc* -. froni-i  it all.      It was      this brazen !  Dorti on of these -nod *=  it is evident that the cnlhuniastlc  professor of the story boiow was not  of a mathematical , turn of mind,  ���������Says  tho London  Chronicle:  A professor in a Scotch university  had been advocating the advantages  of athletic -exercise. "Itoman athletes." he said, "used to swim three  limes across the Tiber before breakfast."'  A Scotch student smiled, at which  thp professor exclaimed, rather testily:  .Vr. McAllister, why do you smile? AVe  shall be glae! to share your .amusement."  "I was Just thinking, sir," replied the  student, most respectfully,, "that the  Roman youth? must have had some  difficulty in  gettinjr home." ,  "How so?"  demanded  the professor.  "They must have left their clothes  at the wrong end cf their swim," was  the Scot's reply.  rings  Upper Arrow Lake,  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  3  =3  PAID UP CAPITAL      - -  .      - -      $2 000.000 . ~3  REST FUND .... -      $1,600,000 31  DIRECTORS:   Wm. Molson Maci-hkhson, I~rc������lili>ut; S.-H. Kwixu, Vice I'reaidi'nf, ^3S  AV. M. Ramsay, Samckl Finlkt, II.xuy A iiciiiiiali*, .1. I*. Ulkguurm, "���������  II. MAllI'I.A.-l) Mdi.sos. Z3t  F. AVoki'EHTOS Thomas, General Manager. X^|  A general banking business transacted,     Interest allowed at, current :2  rates.  J. D.  M.VN.IUUII,  MO I.SOX.  liKvm.s.'ivi:,  H. c.    :3  RATES.   $l,oo' PSR   DAY  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Well Known for Their  Health. Giving Prop*3rties.  C olumbia  House.  Good accomnicd'ili-jn. A. good bar  well supplied v.iiii choice wines  liquors and cigars.  Froe Bus Meets All Trains  what  front  may liav������ been kill**-1  R.-iitt.iy accidents are  b_ coming so common nowadays that  when or.o occurs the employees chase  through lh" cars among the wounded,  d^nd and mairr.'-d. to find a live celebrity, and then telegraph all ovor the  c-Unlry that he is we!!. This is In  th** United Etatep. In Canada we are  li: ble r.ot even to hear that the celebrity is well.  L'ngland  disregard of their pledges lhat was !  disgusting the Liberal party with j  I heir leaders and widening the breach j  hetween  them. I  Appeal to Honest Liberals !  Making an appeal to honest Liberal-  Ism   on   these   linos.   Mr.   Davin   hap-  I i"*.r.od to observe:    "And there musl be  : sonic  Liberals  in   this  house  who  nro  I r.ot, office seekers." whereat  tho retort  I came  in  angry but  sleepy  tone   from  '. .ii-ross   the   floor:       "There   are   none."  j Tl-.o   Opposition   fairly   roared   nt   this  r-mtreiemps.   ami   Mr.   Davin      miiokiy  |repll--d:       "Well,   that's   strange,   hut *  I at   least   there  are   many   honest   Lih-  era'.s outside."  SPORTING    XOTES  Mr.   Sifton's   I'siii. r ]  Then  Mr.  Davin  proceeeied      tn deal  will-,  ministerial  df-llvc-ranr.*.i      on  tin*  tariff.    "Th.'r..-'.s :i. pap-T In Winnipeg,"  he   began.   "   which  always   heads   Mr.  Sifton's address:      "A  (r.r.**ai Sp.-och.''"  "What  paper is  II?"  "Why th������ I:'r.'_  Preon."  Doesn't  the C.  P.  II. own it?"  a-;k:;l  Mr. V!onn<"t~.  "Nn,"   v.-.-.s      tho   r.-ply,   "Mr.   Sifton  owns  it  hiinsr-lf."  nnd   lh-.-  question   Is!  A Xew York Journal correspondent i being asked with regard to it that ha������ i  cables from London:    The coarse In-j ^en-"!l,sa ab','ut V* 'TT'   ,H"W/H'* '  'Nr.  5-ifton.  p. bankrupt��������� because  when  SCANDAL IX  HIGH LIFE  truaion of a private detective has  made Lord Cottenham and Lady Rose  Leigh, two of the. beat known figures  In titled English society, the subject  of club gossip and social ostracism,  and it is said will soon bring both  into the divorce courts. English high  life is just hearicsr the first breath of  this seasation. Cottenham is a belted earl. a. roaFler of hounds, that true  eign of social pre-eminence, six feet  tali and a Picadilly clubman. Lady  Leigh Is tho daughter of Marquis  Ahergarvenny. the former pregidsul  of thc- Carlton club, and a wealthy and  prcmlnent peer. She holds her title  in her own name, being Lady Xevillo  before her marriage to John I'iundeil  Leigh. Lady Leigh's beauty is well  known. A Scotland Yard detective  followed Lorel Cottenham and I.ady  Leigh and reported- their actions to  her husband, who was  restrained  by  his   solicitors, from     wreaking    ven- .  gesance upon .Cottenham: Initiatory '��������� think hei has backslidden  sta*, toward divorce proceedings have | take .-hiiripngne, ������i i"nnt  cWn lBSlituted. . than thc extent  he left Winnipeg ho could not raise  enough money to pay hi3 taxes���������hnw  did he get i'M.W) to buy a newspaper?  Did It como from the rami' source as.  the money that bought a pap-'-r for  two promising young men who re-joici:  U*. Hi" name of Tarte?  A   f'.lobo   Cartoon  "Dut," Mr. Daviti went on. taking  up ji copy of Thc Glob--, and pointing  ! to an illustration in it representing  ! Mr. Sifton, "I think he has been dono  | Injustice hero." I do not regard him  las p. walking Apollo, but at bis worst  I he. ne-ver looked so like a, criminal at  large ns this. fLaughter). Homebody  ] stige;est"d lhe- p'ctur.- might hav.- been  made- after the banquet, but Mr. Davin  ', would not ner.-pi thnt excuse. "f,Tl  ��������� r.o." h,- sjiid. "the mir.lsfr of int'iior  !u.oy hav bai-ksliddem to the e*-~t"-.t  .o' d'-iichiiiig in the twnr.g of lhe  '"lldl" or lln- li-illing m'-lody of th'-  ; pipe, and indulgence- in the hilarity of  j t"i-pise-hf,.rean      c>:erc:_.-s.   bin.   T   do-rt           ,;o  far  as  I"  ii. .1   furl he-1" ,  most te-e- '  lo  which  Chicago, April 1.��������� George (Kid)  Lavigne passed through Chicago yesterday from San Francisco on his way  to Saginaw. Mich., his home. Th*  boxer does not sc-em to be very much  crestfallen over hii. defeat at thp  hands o������ "Mysterious" Billy Smith,  he simply says th.it Smith was a  !itt;_ too hoary .and strong for him  with the exception of a slightly  bruised eye, the boxor left the ring  practically unmarked. His fight with  fJurpr- In Knsland is practically arranged, and aftor a two weeks' ri~3t nt  his home the "Kid" will sail for Loudon.  Joe Choynski, who Diet defeat ut  the lists of Kid McCoy p.t Pan l-*rni-  cisco Friday night, has nnnoimred  his retirement from tho ring. Jo<*  gave out that he consiaered himself  a "has been" and lhat 15 years of  "���������ready bruising fighting had taken  tho  vim  and  snap out  of him.  The New York Sun's special cable  on the. result of the tournament of thc  Amateur Boxing Association of England says: . The annual amateur  championship boxing bouts began at  St. James Hall today. The number  of entries surpassed the record. A  new feature ot the tournament wa������  the entry of a dozen h'-avy-weights.  International interest was created by  the entry of John L. Scolcs. tho Tor"  onto featherweight champion who! il--,-  featcrt R. Russell, of Sydney, X.S.W.  S<*!ioles was handicapped  by wearing  -���������dippers with leather soles. The  Canadian was--cheered by the spectators. Tho Evening Telegram's  cable saya: The. victory -was a. vory  popular ono. the winner getting tremendous applause. He Is considered  a very clever boxer but lacking thc  necessary strength to stay with it.  ��������� Sir Thomas Lipton has decided not  to enter his new racing cutter Shamrock in trial races, involving n declaration of her me-isuremcnts. Any  trials she may have must be  private.  The special services at the Baptist  church will be continued this week,  excepting Monday and Tuesday evening's. The first mncWug thits week  will be oa Wednesday.  Both Hotels Opej|for the Winter   _. .������������������ -��������� ���������._-������������������ *  The Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily.  A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers  and the Springs.       ���������    ���������  (ioo'cl Accommodation both   at   the   Springs   and at  Lhe .Landing. -  Tclein*apliio Communication.      "Baths Yrec.    '' Kates  51.25 per flay.  .    BROWN,  Proprietor.  Hotel Ferguson ���������  Fcrmison, B.C.  Br--.?T AccoMjroi"atio.v  l.V TIIK r_,AKI"I~.".l~  Rates $2  Per-   Day  D. FSROUSON,  Proprietor.  P.EVELSTOKE -  Sash  and  Poop  facto  t  Kli'inifna', i- t-ra n f  r-ucl Don.U*ro In ~~  .___.jB.pown-*  Prcppi  etors.  1RM1  E li S T O  Do  You   UUant  a   flome   in    This], Gfocuing    mining' ond  -^oilcuay  Centfe   ?  The C. & K. s'eam Navigation Company havo sami of tli ~       i   t  lightful piopprty iu Itevelstoke.    It ia charmingly   situated,   handy  to  to any portion of the town.    Comes and enquire about it at once." Easy  termB if necessary.  HAIG St C$HIG, Sole Agents  F.JleCJIRTY  .Wholesale and Eetail Dealer in.*.... i;,. t..  PRIME BEEF, PORK,  iMDTTO.N JIJJD SJMSJ-GE  Fish   and   Game   in   Season.       Markets   at   Itevelstoke,  Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardean and Tront Lake  S,if*Ii.   iv.ors.   TMrnliiK*.   Plinth'.   (  IJl'H'k*. Miviliiiiiir. '>.*kM rtitifU, Kancy  (riit.ti s anti Vt.-raiirf.ilj.vorl:. Bnickois,  nf ������_\i rv* fjc*<irij>i!uii in.iiflc to order.  str.ri- Tnrl tiRice I'lttli.t,". I'inilow  Krur.i-.fl. wi'.Ii mbIi liUtil t\ s;������.'Oialty.  AU tho lasc������t innchlnfiv.   Dry kiln on   lie  prfMni-if j.   tJ.ill and get  prices beforo  SAWYER & MANNING.  i  Saddle   and     Pack  always for hire.  Horses  Frei(_jlilincr  and   Teaming  specialty.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'olock  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  CBAI'G & HILLMAN, ThoM6'oi. b La_.d"iko.  /���������:  ���������_bM BUSTED      HUNGARIANS  six  HUNDRED        FOR  NORTH'     WEST  THE  To be Brought Out This Year by  Interior Department���������Van"' Rajcs  Is   the    Engineer    of   this.  Ottawa,  April    4.���������Zoltan    Vanrajes,  ment  by which   live  or six  NORWAY   AND   SWEDEN  TROUBLE     BREWING     ACROSS  THE   POND  Norway Said to be Preparimg  to _. ttac'_ Sweden ��������� Sweden  ihe    V, eiker   of    the    two.  UNPLEASANT   INCIDENT  ENGLISH   SAILORS    ATTACKED  BY   FRENCHMEN  Crew of Queen's Yacht Driven to Beach  and Compelled to bwim for Their  Lives���������French Comander Apologises  London, April 3.���������There has heen one  decidedly   unpleasant   Incident   In   con-  London,   April   -1-���������The   Daily   Mall's  correspondent in  Sweden,  reverting to  lho Hungarian journalist, has made an .v.nrllke preparations in Norway, says: lnPCtion  with  tho  Queen's visit  to  the  airangement with the interior depart-��������� "The only  possible     object     ol' these  juvlera.     A boat from tho Royal yacht  hundred  preparations  Is      to attack      Sweden,   o_borne  was  sent     ashore     at Ville-  ;:whoso defences and armament arc in-  revanche,  und three of her     crew  en-  vho  treated  ies  igocl      to swim      to their  boat.     Several of the boat's crew wero  li jurcd, anil tho captain of tho Queen's  EWirdshlp complained      to  lhe      commander of the French     seiuadron, who  promptly  apologized.    T.ui   tho  affair  PERFIDIOUS  ALBION  here  have  Berlin, April 3.���������It Is stated  that the British government  declined to join Germany and the  United' States in the proposed joint  commission to settle Sairioan troubles.  There Is a bitter feeling against England hern on account of her attitude  in tho affair which contrasts with her  expressions of amity. Germany is  pleased ovor the friendly course the  United Stales are pursuing. Complaints aro made thai ISnglan-l is  taking advantage of thc situation to  further' her own selfish ends. Tho  oilicial world is pleased that ihe  T.-iiited Sta"fs has endorsed the scheme  so   thoroughly..  SHAItP  SKIIIMISH.    "WITH  1N012S  F1LIP-  J.LKVATOIt  ESCAPES  TION   .  DBSTriUC-  I'uriago hi Prairie. April 1.���������Fire  broke out on the premises of .the  Dominion Elevator Co.. just north of  the C. P. II. track at U o'clock this  morning. The main elevator and  drier wore r.ot touched, tho flro being  confined io the engine room attached  to  tho roar.  A BUCKET SHOP DOWNFALL.  "Montreal,   April   4.���������Arthur  Tisbet,   a  notary of  this     place,   is  under      ar-  Manila,   April   3.-A      roconnaisaiice  *las lotl biUl blooa between tho sailors  was  mado  today  by  a detachment of  of   th,e   lwo      squadrons,   which      has  cavalry under Major Rucker and de  velopcd Into a sharp skirmish with  1.000 Insurgents entrenched nt Quin-  oua, five miles north oast of Malolos*.  The main portion of tho rebel array  are stationed apparently between  Quino.ua and  Pulitan.  greatly annoyed  Her Majesty.  CJIINA MAV WAR WITH ITALY  MURDER   AT    CRANBROOK  Victoria,      April      3.���������Tho      steamer  Tartar arrived  from  Ihe  Orient  today  after a rough passage.     She has news  from   tho   Japanese      papers      wliich   :  ichargc   Germany      witn      designs   on  Murderous    Dago   Slays   Another   and *"���������m,' . T',ey n��������� ^"^ntrating their  ��������� ,      ...   ��������� _ .,   ,. .    .       feet at Amoy.     The native papers say  MakesHis Escape���������Full Description t)iat aI1  (;hlnese provinces, have been  of the Assassin. ordered to make preparations for war  ... , ,     .',      .,    -,..   -.       ,,  ,,    ,     with   Italy.  Noison,  April      2.���������XX.  H.      Bullock-  \\ -lister,   chief   of   provincial      police,  has  received a telegram      from   F.   It.  Morris,   provincial   constable   al   Cran-  brook, staling that a murder had heen  ceimmiclod   there   last   night,   and   lhat  CATTLE  THTEF  GETS  IT  Moosomin.  XV. T.  on  April ;i.���������Tn  llie  Saturday  Frank  an  Italian,  who      had   fled      from  tho  S"P>'��������������� court    i,.\vii,   was  suspected   ot  having  com- |^ ^r.,-Ci^rB.e.tLw'.!!l_C-"1������..^?,a_1!!?  ir.itted   tho   crime.       Mr.   Webster "at  ���������"*"-*--*     ' -- --        *���������  once wired instructions to have all  possiblo precautions taken to prevent  thc escape of the murderer, and this  nitornoon received another telegram  -statins; tliat Constable Barns and Constable Morris arc working on the caso  ���������-.i Crunbrook, and thai an ollicor has  beon_ engaged at Creston to watch1 the  ... _..-,.,,. , trail'leading* to Port Hill.     The Italian  rest at Albany. New lork, being short j s described as a     nmn oC aboul  'at Woodend. Assa., was convicted and  sentenced to livo years in thc Sloney  Mountain penitentiary. Ho was convicted on two charges, the sentences  i.o run consecutively.  BIG FUl'~ IN -MONTREAL  some $15,000. most ot which is duo the  York County Loan Institution. Bucket  shoos caused his ruin.  Alontreal, April 3.���������A bad     lire  five currcd here yesterday afternoon.  oe-  The  LOWE DOWN  Ottawa, April 4.���������H. E. Lowe, the  iratent agent, has skipped, leaving  many creditors and inventors who  uiourn his departure.  MILLIONS WED MILLIONS      '  ~ Now York, April 4.���������W. K.' Vanderbilt, jr., and Miss Virginia Fair will  bo married today in New York.  IVel, eight inches in height, 23 years of full of a roof e*aused serious injuries  age, dark complexion, with stubby to several members of the city's fire  beard of aboul a week's growth. No. brigades. The . principal sufferers  Cither information as to the name of  from the blaze     are     Paquette Bros..  U'.e murderer or his victim, or the circumstances of the crime could be  learned from the police.  SENSATIONAL* REPORT  Uowln anel Bissoneite, Fogarty Bros.,  i.nd tho Novelty Corset Works.-The  ! first named firm have lost ?2,i.000.  partly covered  by insurance.  Sixteen Prospectors in the Yukon  Said to Have Been Masacred by  Indians for Their Kits and Supplies.  FERRYBOAT   COLLISION  New York, April 3,���������The large sea  E.ning Lug, the Argus, collided with a  Biooklyn ferry boat at Pierre Point  lust night throwing 700 passengers  into a frightful panic, so that men  even wrenched life preservers from the  women. Ten persons were , .injured  _,..,_      ., ,,   and   two   women   were   knocked   over-  r-NGLAND   IN   CHINESE   WATERS   the story is lo the effect that the gold   bCiard#      A11>   however,   were   saved   as  ' ' ��������� : seekers  were  killed   while      asleep by   u,0 boat suceeeded      ln      making.  the  - Indians  who" wanted  their      kits  and  Hong  Kong.   April   I.���������Great  Britain   EX.Dpi[es.      The  crime   is  said  to  have  is sending troops ar.d      ships     to the  bpen  committed  a  number  of  months  "San   Francisco,   April   3.���������A      special  frcm Juneau, Alaska, to the San Fran-  iciFco   Call  contains  a   report      of  the  ! murder ot 16 prospectors  from      Kentucky.      No   details  are  at  hand,   but  pier.  vicihity'of Canlon to protect  interests.  British  CASH FOR IRRIGATION  Lethbridge, April 4.���������The Irrigation  benus bylaw voting $30,000 to tho pro-  vosal was passed by 92 of a majority  yesterday.  asro.  CHAMBERLAIN'S    BROTHER    DIES  TURKS ATTACK BULGARIANS  Vienna,   April   3.���������A  serious   collision  has   taken  place  between      Bulgarian  Birmingham, April o.-Richard Cham-   arui Turkish  frontier guards at Kosy-  berlaln, head     of     the     Chamberlain   ingob,  between     J.imboll      in  eastern  interests  in  Birmingham,  brother     of  noumania, and Adrianople in Bulgaria.  KIPLING  GRATEFUL  tbe  Hon.  Joseph,   is  dead.  EAKIN   FOR   SPEAKER  London, April 4.���������Rudyard Kipling  has wrilten a" letter of thanks to all  who manifested sympathy for.him in  his recent illness.  on the banks of the' river Toonga, 5G  I miles south of Kamdoli. The Turks  j attacked a weak Bulgarian outpost,  I but the Bulgarians, aided by armed  ; inhabitants repulsed their -assailants  after  several  hours   fighting. Both  sides  suffered  considerably      in  killed  and  wounded.-     The  Turks  are  soek-  GREAT CURLING AT GOLDEN  Regina, April  4.���������It  is  now      definitely known that Mr.  Eakin,  M.  L. A.  for   Saltcoats,   will   tomorrow   be  pro-   ,       .       ,     , ...       ,.,.*.,,  posed ���������   by the     government     as  tho    ng to  obtain a position hitherto held  rpoaker  of   the   Legislative  Assembly.  Eakin   occasionally   acted   as   deputy  by  Bulgarians.      Kosylagob  railway  station  nearest  the  is      the  Turkish  ITALY  TO  OCCUPY  SAN  MUN  Golden, April  2.���������On  Saturday last  the printers of Golden defeated what  was chosen as' the best curling rink  -iu-town,^with-a-score^of---16-13,-and.  consequently  are  now   champions  at  the 'game.      The International Navl-     London, April 4.���������The  Rome corres-  gatlou   company,   however,   contains poudent of tho Daily Chronicle says ho  several   curlers   ,and   they   forthwith learns through  oilicial '   circles     that  issued a challenge to the "type sling-1 Italy and Great Britain have arrived  ers"  for  a  ganie, "-which  was  accord- at an  agreement  which  will  result in  ingly    played    on   Good   Friday,   for nn Italian occupation of San Mun bay  printers the',world over never let    a In  the province of Chi Kian.y.  China,  challenge   or. any   other   manuscript beforo April 25.  phase   them.   In   this   game   it   took - _____   _  some time for them to get their motions properly adjusted, and in the  meantime their opponents "navigated"  6-0. But hefore the "jig was up." the  typestickers "stuck" the.sailors 12-11.  Dave Rao's Inst shot made a. "pi" of  the opponents form, and made an  apparent end of 1 against into a gain  of 3, the score Anally heing as above.  If is said the printers' "30" is in  sight, however, as there is talk of  sending to Calgary for assistance to  down tho journalists, but they are  still looking for'trouble.  speaker and is thoroughly competent frontier in Bulgarian territory and  for the position. Tho choice is said to ^V0U!lb,e_anJmp������rta,?t ftrategic point  be generally popular.   '  for Turkey if     she  decided  troops  Into  Bulgaria.  to send  THE SHAMROCK  GREEK   CABINET   RESIGNS  Athens,   April   4.���������King  George    has  accepted      the      resignation      of tho  Greek cabinet. *   -  FEARSuFOU   TIIE   POPE'S  HEALTH  London,  April  ���������!.���������The   Pope      had  a  Lipton   will    Take     the   Cheese���������The  .   Sporting'      Butter     and        Cheese  Knight bound to Win America Cup.  London, March 30.���������A representative  o' the Associated Press has had an  interview wilh Sir Thomas Lipton,  owner of the challenger for the America Cup. He said the Shamrock will  probably be launched during the first  week of June, but she is not so far  advanced that he is able to fix the  exact date. The launching will be  private. Tlie owner of the Shamrock  also says a decision as to the mode of  crossing the Atlantic will rest with  the captain of the Shamrock and her  builder. Everything will be done  r.trlclly according to the rules of the  cup competition, and nothing in the  nature of sharp practice     will be at-  Tho    rinks   .were  Tnlornntional fainting lit  yesterday,  according  to  a'tempted.     Sir Thomas Lipton  refused  init-lUUllUll.il     , f        " ...     .,. .���������..���������_-...,..     I.     /I._,���������,,���������_-     ii.a ../...elniAllnr. ,.f    tha  Navigation company:    Captain Bacon despatch rece  C.  H.  Parsons,  D. Good, M. Dainard telegraph fro  _ _ - * ltn.     rtf      .lull      tri".  eceived  by  the     The  Daily . I '  discuss  the     construction      of the  rom Rome, which proved tu  k,  .. .be  of the gravest character.      Every  ���������Printers- F. XV. Grant, Bob Wil- effort is being made by Cardinal  ������,/���������_��������� Alov c?tnlth nivp Rao skiD���������12.Kampolla, Papal secretary of state, to  son, Alex. Smith, Dave Itac skip   *". oncea,  the  rea,      condition      of  the   ������������������ (supreme pontiff.his object Is to prevent  "Silence is golden", is all very well'^���������?������rrS fr������m W������X'ki"e up thC "'  For folks who have  secrets    they d  rather not tell,   ''  But if you havo goods you desire lo  sell  You'll nnd it more "golden" to stand  up and YELL  conclave.  A FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT  Wm. Hodgins'and son, who arrived  in Edmonton from Kcnirew, Ontario,  on  the 17lh, were so seriously injured  vacht.  THE SAMOA DIFEICULTY  A Joint High Commission to be Appointed With Representatives from  the Countries Interested  "Washington. April 1.���������A new plan  comes from Germany for the solution  r.f the Samoan trouble and other  powers interested are disposed favorably to look upon the same. This  proposiiion is lo appoint a Joint High  jjodgins and his son, who is 10 years i  W. K. Vtmaerbllt presented nis son of aKO> WQro putting the horsa in the  W. K. Vanderbilt. jr., with valuable ptablo, and the vounger one was about  j,ecurftte_ worth $10,000,000. The lat- ir, t|n h)m UD ^rhen tllc animal kicked  ter will marry Miss Virginia Fair ���������:t viciously, the shod hoof striking  shortly. Mm In the face, breaking: his nose and  The Manager's report on the Net.tto  rutting his  face  terribly  TltADE  IS  POOR  London,     April     1.���������Reports     from  The  older  oiasrow  state  that trade      is  had  In  Canadian cattle  this  week.  INDIAN* APPOINTMENT  X,. mine,  dated     March 27th      says a  man.  on  seeing     his      son's position,  trail has been made from the inlne to  nnrang forward to drag him out. when  Ferguson,   an   oro      car      snipped   In,   the horse kicked again with both feet.  ���������miner'.,  nuartc-rs  built, -and  100  suckn  This time the blows struck on the left  of high     grade      ore      shipped      out.  aim and hip with force     enough     to  Twelve men are al work sinking a  f>0  break them both.     The two     Injured  foot winze'at the end  of     the tunnel  men wero     eventually      rescued      by  r.iid rumiiii?  two Oil  foot levels  along, neighbors  who  lVd't  attracted  by  thi j been appointed     principal  tb* ore body. ��������� jnclee. _ ll'aul'E Indian school.  //?<���������  MANY   LIVES     ARE     LOST  IN  TERRIBLE      DISASTER   TO  PLEASURE   BOAT  Steamer Stella Runs on the Dangerous Casquet Rocks, near the Island  of Alderney and Her Boilers Explode  Southampton, April 1.���������A disaster in  which 75 persons were drowned in tlie  English channel occurred Thursday  (���������rternoon. The pleasure steamer  Stella ran on the dangerous Casquel  Rocks near the island uf Alderney In  a fog, and before all those on board  could be taken off In life boats the  lcilers exploded and lhe boat went  down 10 minutes after striking the  rocks. The- suction from the sinking  steamer caused the loss of many lives  li the smaller hunts. The Stella,  wliich belongs to the London and  Southwestern Railway Co. left Southampton Wednesday, conveying the  (list excursion of the season to the  Channel Island. There were aboul  l-'S passengers on board and the crew  numbered ������������������- men. The weather was  ffffgy, but all well! well tinlil Thursday afternoon whon the fog became  most dense. At 1 o'clock tlio Caseiuet  Recks suddenly loomed up through tho  fog bank and tho steamer almost immediately afterwards struck amid-  f-hin. The last tiling the survivors  saw was the figure ot the captain of  lho Siella standing calmly on lho  bridge of his ship and giving his last  orders. Tho brave captain perished  with his vessel. Owing to the suction  c.'.used by, the sinking steamer being  very great the people on board were  trapped and mostly all perished. Tho  steamer Honfleur returned yesterday,  and after having made the circle of  Ihe Casquel Rocks she picked up lwo  hoeus. containing women's clothing,  money, jewelry, and an opera glass  case, the last had evidently been used  in bailing. Many most pathetic incidents are reported. In several casos  men lifted Iheir wives and children  Into boats and then perished thorn  selves in their presence. One wife,  uho was bereaved, has lost her reason.  A large number of the survivors aro  left without any clothing, only having  a few blankets.  MALOLOS   IN    FLAMES  American Aimy Caryir.g Everything  Before It by Fire and Sword���������  Insurgents fleeing.  Now York, ApriP'l.���������The following  despatch has been received from  Malolos: "Am writing this despatch  seated in an* open "square before tbe  burning insurgent palace. As I write  these words the roof falls in and lho  walls crumble making ruins, of the  chamber where only a -few days ago  (he Filipino congress .was In session.  The "whole insurgent "army and lis  government are now fugitives. Our  brown battalions are sweeping through  lhe streets of Malolos, which are in a  swirling vortex of smoke, while Aguin-  aldo's palace burns like a sacrifice.  Hundreds of terrified Chinamen are  running shrieking among the falling  walls, praying for mercy,"tossing their  hands in the air, and kneeling in supplication. Some are throwing themselves into the river, while others are  looting. Through tlamcs and smoke  our cheering troops move meeting but  little resistance. The-insurgent army  continues to fight, but the prestige of  their leaders is gone forever. Our  prisoners Fay that llie Filippinc re"-  public is chaos. insurgents surrendered some field works today with  which ono thousand determined men  ���������hoy could defy an army.  ���������      (Signed): JAMES CREELMAN."  $700 will buy two fine br.-unes.'" lots 7 unci S, h\cmk 10. on  iir**t street, 50  feet by 100 i'eet*.    Opposite J. 1.). Sibbald'a rnfeicleiiee. Easy terms.  ������230 cash will liny two nice Iot.=, 50 by 100. nearly opposite Sainpbon'.  liouso.    Lots 3 and -���������(, Block 11.  $330 will buy a lot 23x100, next the Vvant St Tost Oflice.  $1000 will buy a block,.75x100 on Campbell Avenue.  ^1000 will buy fi'lnfc 25x100 in the ccnti'o oi' the  business  part  of :*Uc  enzie Avenue.  $700 will buy two lots, 0 mul 7, block 0, 52x100 opposite  C. B. lliuue &  Co.'s ware house on Campbell Avenue.  $975 will buy a hou~������ and lot!), block -10, on Third Street.    Five  rooin**  bath room and pantry.'    $750 down and balurice   to   pay   on lot  in  10 years at 8 per cent.    Tho lot; is 50x100..  $3,500 will  buv a  block   l'rnnl.in~>: on Kirst,   Sr. opposite  the Imperial  , liiink.    Size 100x150x75.    Corner Ci~i~.ua.~~gliti   Avenue   and   FirFt  St.    The C. 1*. R.- siding runs along one side.     A  splendid   busi-  .ness location.  $2000 will buy ii business block 50x100 l"ro:Uii)~t on  First St.,  between  the two banks.    A hue-site I'or a business houso.  MARTIN   AND   SIFTON  Winnipeg, March 2S.���������There is no  telling but that Hon. Joseph Martin  and Hon. Clifford Sifton may meet  on the political platform in-Winnipeg.  It Is settled beyond doubt that the  Ottawa "machine" nominee will not  be tolerated by Winnipeg Liberals, in-  pendent of., government, offices., and  favors. "  Thoy  will  nominate  a, straight  independent     Liberal     candidate,  , and  Martin of British Columbia, as repre  senting the best elements of Liberal  ism in the west, is expected to take  a  hand.   On tlie other hand  Sifton's  friends expect that he will come west  to   champion   the   ".machine"   candi  date, if one is placed in the field.  FITZSIMMONS-.TEFFRIES FIGHT  New "March, March 30.���������Managers  Brady and Julian, acting for James  Jeffries' and Robert Fitzsimmons, this  afternoon signed articles "of agreement  fcr a fight before the Coney Island  Sporting club. The articles call for  ������i 23 round bout. Marquis of Queens-  bury rules, to lake place between 12  o'clock noon and 2 p.m. on May ?tl.  George.Slier will act as referee. The  fi. lit will be for $20,000 with CG 2-3 per  cent of the revenue derived from tho  pictures to be paid lo the men. Fitzsimmons and Jeffries and the club  posted  $23,000  to  bind   thc*  agreement.  PREPARING FOR WAR  London, April 1.���������A despatch lo the  Kxehange Telegraph company from  Bucharest says that there is a general  impression there that Turkey is actively preparing for war with Bulgaria.  Trains laden with war material arc  distantly running from Constantinople  to Adrianople.  SIFTON  SCORED  Ottawa, April 1.���������The cabinet sat all  elay Thursday. In the speech in the  house of commons Thursday evening  cn tho reply to the speech from thc  throno Hlbbort Tupper scored Sifton's  administration of tho Yulcon mosl  severely. Later lie moved the adjournment of thc debatp.  Revelstoke will Quintuple its  Present   Population  of 2000.  ]lcvolsloko hns boon selected by the.  C. I.'. J{. ns Llio terminal point I'or Xorth  Jvootciifiy nml Okiiniiynn: Jt must go  ahead. Tho judicious   business man  u*i!l  invest in  Revelstoke Real Estate^  while it can be got on the ground floor.  slice Down mis List.,..  G-rog'an & -Co. are handling* some of the finest  mining* propositions in the  Big^^Bend^^Isardeau^aiid"  Fish Greek camps of'North  Kootenay. Full pa/fcieu:  11'? 3 o'jjx 1 a ed and finished about mining1 claim  the District.  IMPERIAL B/\NK  ���������OF G/\HADA  Htsad Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve    -   -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors:  R. S. -lowland   President  T.R.Merntt,Vice Pres., (St.. Catharine*)  William I<amsav, Ilo her t Jaffray,  Hugh Kyan,   T.  Sutherland Stay uot  Elias Holers.  D. K. Wilkie. General Manager.  Brano-tea  North Wes*, and British Columbia  Krandon     [Port-ape la  Calgary Prairie  Edmnni-nn 'Prince Albert  Vancouvet  Winnipeg  RflTela^oke  South EJmonton. X .son, B.  ONTARIO.  Niagara Falls   ISt. Thomas  E-sex  Fergus  Gait  In?er������oll  Li-to wei I  Port. Colborne IToronto  Rat Portage       Welland  Sault St. Marie Woodntock  St, Catharines |Hamilton  Montreal, Quebec.  Savings Dank Department���������Deposit*  of  .$1   and    upwards    received    and  interest allowed.  Debentures��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Lett_!i-s of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe.  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold  Purchased  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted fop at any of  tho Hudson's.Bay Co's. Posts In the  Yukon ank northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager RevelstobLe Bnutih  WALL>i  aperS  e*;it������. Ingrain.-.   Mien?.   Km-  busscel 0:ll.������. and Iwreleri* of  nil descriptions.  Tliei'lii'..pi*5i anil hest stock of   - -  WALL PAI'Kl"- In the citv.  Liberal   discounts  given   on  all easirordefs.  I   ileal  onlv    in     \V ALL  1' A PKIiS   ami wlli-haii  inspection of my stock.  ���������W-fi/Bipney-  .MCK.E.NZIE JIVE."  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  and Soo Line.  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUE  EAST  AXD   WEST  FIRST GLASS AND  *    TOURIST-SLEEPERS   from   PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.  Quick Time,       Good Service,  . _Fu_w.es t���������Gh an ges,^_Lo wes b -Rates-  Tickets   issued    through   and  BsijrjjaKt"   checked  to destination.  sin  A big block oC Carnes Creek Consolidated at ten cents.  These shares will bo up to imr yet.  itisuranc  PIRI5���������We at-o nRcnts fot*   the Scottish   Union,   Queen,   Caledonian,  Atlas and Guardi-in.  ACCIDENT���������London Accident and  Guarnntcc.  PLATE GLe-SS-Lloyd's.     *  on\J to hoan  c. We ���������vjji'h Co.* "bin E i tit ible Si vi , Loan and  Building Association. No membership fees. No necessity  to tako   shares.       No Dues.        The   association  offcis   a  straight loan repaid in monthly instalments.    Can bo paid  i.  off alto~~cthor after two years.  DAILY TRAINS.  East. West.  S 25k. .Ive���������Revelstoke���������Ive. 16.50k  TO A.VD FHO.M   KOOTENAY POINTS.  S. 15k.. Ive���������Revelstoke���������arr..10.05k  For    information,   time    cards,  maps and tickets apply to  T. W. BRADSHAW.  Af~ent, Revelstoke.  XV.   F.   Anderson,  Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E.  J. Coylk, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  J. i]. Hull  & Company  PROROGUES TODAY  Ottawa, April   1.���������J.  G.   DajTg   baa  of lhc St.  Toronto, April 1.���������The Ontario   local  . houso of parliament has paiiseil a num-  be*i-  or  Important      railway  subsidies,  lhe house will prorogue today.  Butchers    and   .  ~ Retail Sealers ln Beef, Pork eta  KAMLOOPS and REVX-LSTORS  All orders In our lino prom  filled   Address :   Revelstoke.  Oflice :   Herald OfS.ce.  Code :   Moreing*    Neill.  We llav   a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ���������d Lumber  CUT PRICES  FOR SPOT CAS  Call aud see us. We can fix you  REVcLSTOXE SAW MIUS  Ravel-toko StatioB, W. C. I  i.  ft  Looking  Around   Wc  i'_.e  to have  people nail  and see our  . ii":'-7 lo-.iiinj iirounil the oilier store*  w.i*. never in better shape than at  present unil the greatest enthusiasm  prevails among the parly in the older  provinces where they feel coiiliduiiL of  victory at the next general election.  .1. lCnowles is staying at S.ivon.is for  a short, time, cn route for home.  Business Locals  A carload of hardware just ni rived |'S2yc!^l^������^   'Jo.'s. g?  the   grand    sacred   ���������������������*  Presbyterian  cliurcli | 4w;  !or I: '.-i.i- :������������������  *.&-;k\- v.-j i-.r-:- >  em  ten nlcn  iK-ring In  ot*  llie splendid  New Plain and Fancy Dress  Goods  New Plain and Eancj Silks  New Tria-.i_ir.gs of All Kinds  New Laces in Silks and Valenciennes  Capes are vary fashionable this year and  we  have  all  the   newest  styles and  colors  In tin ������e -ro '.niy i-howing tlie very luto.-l  My lei in all department'', so tliat when you  liny fr.im ni- >ou can rc-l ic-stircd you lire buy  lag what I.- right.  Or.r Miliinery Opening was an immense mic-  o������.-.~ and pleA.-c.! cve.-ye.iie. The lne-ii-miiklng  elepartnie-i-.i, uniler Hie eilU-ient management  ��������� if M!������i Austin, I* kept busy all Hie lime turn-  it!',- nu'. many natty spring suit-,.  at (J. li. Hume & Co.'s.  Do   not   forget   the   grand    sucrcd  concert   in   I h  uniler lhu auspices of the   I.adie';*'  Aid  Society cm the evening of April 13l.ll.  ���������To cniitriictni'-,! O. 13. Hume & Oo.  have jusl. placed in stock u large sup-  II. N. Coursier has been appointed ply of lirst, qualil y nails uud building  judge of the Small Debts Court here, ; paper. We 'ire milking special prices  thus  reviving this  useful  institution, |lo ton tractors.  "     '    mnko  of  eastern creamery  v.'o are alwaj  ���������- he-.her vou !.  ; pleated to show you our goods  v or nt'!.  GASH BAZAAR  w. MKi.nuoi,  HOWSON BLOCK.  .'lANAGKI".  Me-KENZIF. AVli  THE  This vear will bo handled by the Canada Drug  .t Book Co. Thev area tir.-.i class wheel,��������� can  be had in different color", and at reasonable  prices, lion': purchase belore seeing these  wheel.. c  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  LIMITED.  CHAS. R. MCDONALD, Manager.  Mckenzie ave.. kevelstoke station.  COMING EVENTS  April 13���������Concert in the Presbyterian  cliurcli.    7:30 p.m.  which   bus   been   in  iibeyitnce since J.  D. Sibbald left lbe ol'llce.  M, Axc-lruel, representing a big firm  of London fur buyers, came in on lust  iiiglil,'.-. Nn. 1. Pur has gone up in  price, and niiirtt'ti especially lias advanced (I.") per runt.  The store of XV. ,1. Let* on McICeir/.ie  avenue i.i being thoroughly overhauled,  papered mul painted. Thr new premises now present an attractive .ippi'.-u-  ance. -Mr. Lee bus bail ererteel ul. lbe  end of lliu confectionery store n com-  fnrlable ice cream parlor, which will  be a convenience fur llie. young men  during the hot evenings of .suiiimi'i-.  W. (1. Birney 1ms l he coiitrnct for tbe  painting anil papering.  The Uki.'AI.ii regrets to -iinnoiiiu-e  Lhu de.itb of Charles Nellis, one time  proprietor of lhe Nellis House ul Donald, and we'll known in North Koolenny generally, which occurred at tlm  I'uvclhtuku hospital at l a.m. on  Friday. Deceased had only been  sulfcring for a few days of the disease  which carried him olf, pneumonia. The  funeral took place this afternoon at  two o'clock from ll. llowson's undertaking rooms.  The Andrew Alt-Fee Co. played in  Tapping's opera house for tho past,  three nights to fairly good houses.  The pieces played were the Fane-lion,  the Midnight. Call and the old established favorite Uncle Tom's C.-ibin.  The plays were well put on and presented nnd the specialiies between the  acts were not only good of themselves,  but, kept the nutlieiicu interested nnil  .���������unused throughout. The ilandcville  children in their songs tinel dunces  and the novel gymnastic feats of the  Downics were capital.  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  -Fresh  and dairy butter, iu 3o anil fib lb. boxes  and 1 lb. blocks, at Bourne llros.  ���������To Hlacksinitlis:     A carload of all  kinds and sizes of steel and irons ut C. I  11. Il.iiiie ct Co.'s. !  ���������We .-mi receiving daily shiiuio t.'.s  of new laid eggs.     liiMiine I'm.-.  ��������� Pur Ihiilge Carpenl ei-.-: Wc have  just receive,1 n sliipnien! of iIn* ecle-  lii'.'ileel llroad's ad'/.e. C 1). Iltiine &  Co.  ��������� Hi uu in* Urn*, nre showing a coiii-  p!-.|.. line of I'liiii.-i (ind glass*...'!!'!'.���������  limner and leu sels,   cut   and engraved  I iiinlili'i'S. in fact everything reiipiiivd  by housekeepers.  ���������A full line of bar glassware just  opened up ul, llournt! limb. The.  intent .inn of hotels is invited.  ��������� Tbo best .assorted stock eif boys'  .iii.l yoiiilis clot hing ever shown in tliu  city now opened at, CU. Hume & Co.'s.  We are selling these goods at eastern  prices.  ���������Extensive new stock men's renely-  inadei clolliiiig, bus!, fitting and best  looking in town, now on view at C. 13.  lluine & Co.'s.  -Fresh eggs I fresh eggs I I fresh  eggs I 1! at 0.' H. Hume & "Oil's.  ���������It. Tapping is preparing to supply  this district with, garden plants,    lm  To Plumbers: A large consignment  of galvanized pipes aud fittings bought  and sold at right prices iit C.' B. Hume  & Co.'s.  --The first floor of Bourne Bros.' big  busy store has heen'converted into a  showroom   I'or bouse  furnishings, and  II very complete line of carpets,.squares,  matting, floe ir oilcloths, blinds, curtain poles and mountings is being  shown. The gooels are all new and  carefully selected. The virions depart incuts are worthy a careful inspect ii in.   *-���������   Card of Thanks  The Ladies' Aid .society of the  Mc'tliodistcliiirrh wish to thank those  who so kindly helped in making their  li isler entertainment such a grand  siiccerfs. Tbe proceeds amounted to  R0.5.  m  tea  m  ������-?  ts-J  fc--3  " The Leading Si������re  " No Muster, No Fuss, Jusl Business, Tliat's All."  rR_E;i5-Kai:tiaw>KiS:-'-!?KSi3;-������������������3^ ������������������Ka-EJSaS-KKffiJSffifK-KiKSC-S  "-���������--^  ;���������>**  ;...*������  m  ?"i.~\  ������  B  &  m  ***s_  caa  t.__  S*3  tf_.-u.~i  __a  Having now opened up our Spring and Summer e'er.'.; .  MEN?', vvr.TvTTlN-s and CHILDREN,':;' i-iOGTS AMD  S-:>iCJ:l!i, --"Tl-.e John Mi:Pl:erso.i Make," Wc. in-ill".  inspection. Our HOOTS and SHOES have earned a  Good Reputation for Durability, Style and Comfort, a:id  REASONABLE PRICES.  ;_'_--K$������������-;vK&-:'*^^^ >K*x^::-''S:i-;-t>K*!-r-;-:;-K-:v:<-x-:-::-  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.  JS'EJK-E-K-J-K'I-^-K'K-K-iiiK^KSSiKSSS'aiS" S'ffi>**S'S-SSK^S������3;-S?S2-3-3i3t*������?K-S  aSEC-E'-KKiEK  Thursday was pay day on the river  bank work.  J. AI. Kellie, Al. P. P., returned from  the coast on Thursday morning.  Ed. Kottleson cune down on Thuts-  cluy evening from the Tangier mine.  Tickets for lhe Presbyleiian conceit,  on the 18th (Thursday) nre going like  "not cakes.  Tbe roof of the C.P.Ii. baggage room  i< being raised lo give fresh ollice  rooms upstairs.  Divine service will be conducted tomorrow in St. Peter's cliurcli at 11 a.  in. and 7.30 p. in.  G. B. Nagle has returned to town  after spending a couple of months in  lhe Joidan P.iss.  K. Tupping is converting the upstairs  ball of the old opera house into flats  for dwellings.  Tliere was no meeting of the* council  of the lioaul e.f trade lust niglit, there  beiug no epiorum.  J:imes Douglii.-i, of Kdmonton, went  through here on Wednesday evening  on a visit to points in tho lower  country.   Gu-f-L'ind.-p: .ipl-ieior-r.f-thfc���������Aline**.':--  Kxcliange hotel. Front street, has assigned to D. E-i-nithw.iite for the benefit of his ci eelitors.  ('old CYunmi.-siiiiier and Mis. Coursier entertained tbe membeis of the  city cuiint-tl to it dinner at iheir residence on Thursday evening.  Rock work ou the river bank came  to nn end on Thursday. There is still  a good deal of work' to be dene in  sloping off .iml cribbing the bank.  The 11 KHALI) is in receipt of a handy  litlle map of the Atlin gold fields fiom  tlie office ot the B. C.  Alining Ret-end.  Meeting Gun Club  The  annual meeting unci election  of  officers for the Con  Club  Wiis  held in  N'o. 1 lire hull on Wednesiliiy evening.  The  following   officers  were   elected:  President,   .lini   Kd wards;   vice-president,   A.   McDonald;   secretary-treasurer,  A. AlcDonuId.    Commit tee:    II.  A. Brown  anel   W. 11. Lawrence.    At,  the meeting it was decided to purchase  two 11,'Oie   electric   traps.    Three   gold  medals will be put up for  competition  nudtlie members will be divided   into  throe classes nccorcling lo their ability,  namely,  A 13 and C   classes   and   one  medal will be put,  up  for  compel ition  in each class.     Tiie  secret.iiy.   A.AIc-  Uao, reported lhe club in   good   standing financially,   "jSiiO  remaining  in   the  treasury since last year.  Card of Thanks  On behalf of llie members of the  Itevelstoke city band we wish to tender  our sincere thanks to the Dramatic  club iind all who so willingly assisted  in making Tuesday evening's eiiler-  laiiiiiient such a success; "and nlso  l liiink Jlavor AlcCnrcy for a donation  ofSlOlo the band  fund.  It. Gordon. Pri'sident.  1.!. It. CAJirurcLr.. Seo.-Treas.  ������>S Taylor Block.  _va  F^r*^-^r^rz^r:-??r?7i$&(^\%  McKenzie Avenue.  _-������������������ *  ���������I:- j  v$  V/J  is'*.},  h  Wj  m  S3  m  ������s  m  m  rm  m  m  r'.s_>  ���������*���������$  /���������:.  r UV  $  ������t  ���������;������-���������  -tcsr  O  ^_t_4  Genfe' Fu -nishing's,!  Boots and Slioes,i  Hats and Caps,:  Stationery,!  Tobaccos5i|  Cigars, Etc.,||  Fancy Articles,:'  Patent Medicines, Etc.i  0  W  M  o  B  CD  y}  r.  >  (8  MARRIED  IIiches-Wim-is���������Ou the 3rd. instant,  by Rev. Thos. Alonz.os, l'lcderick  Arthur Riches to Aliss Lottie Willis.  DEATHS  Nellis-At the Revelstoke  hospital,  on Friday,  April 7th, Chas.  Nellis,  aged 44. of pneumonia.       -."-*'  Fiinoriil tii-il.iy at 2 p.iii.  NOTICE.  I HAVE ALL THE LATEST  Musical and Dramatic Entertainment.  One of tbo most successful onlerl.uin-  inents  ever  given   in   town   was  presented   by the. Itevelstoke city band at  Tappings tlieatre last Tuesday night.  The capacious   theatre was well  lillcd  by an audience assembled to enjoy oneof lhe best amateur  performances yet!  seen   in   Itevelstoke.    Ihe   liist   p.ut.  which  consist eel  of selections  by the  band.      a     olo     by      S.      Saunders,  a duet by R. Edwards nnd Vv*. Sawyer,  and a violin selection  by A.   Mathews,  w.-is greatly appreciated.    The concert  was   followed    by   a   comedy in  three  nets  by Scribe, entitled '-The Russian  -Huiievinoon.-^which���������was���������vui-y^-wc-ll-  played   by  lhe  Revelstoke  A.   D.' C,  Mrs. ('.. S. McCarter aiding  the elfeet  considerably   by   the incidental  music  which  she "rendered   during the   progress of the  piece.    New  scenery w.i.������  piovieli'd for this piece, painted by the  indefatigable slaaro manager of the A.  D.   (!.,   W. F.  Crage  and F. B. Wells.  The furniture from ilowson tlc Co. nnd j  tlie      carpets     and     curtains      from |  .Ins.   Gill   fc   Co.   greatly   h-dp^d    to!  stage   the   piece   with   artistic   elfe'-t. \  Tbe Revelsloke* city band and A. D. f'.  nre greatly to  be toucrriiliilatcd on tin*  happy lesult of their combined efforts.  The Millie Mack.  Lead Values  The unit value of lead ore is based  on New Vork cpiolal ions at $1 per 1IJIJ  lbs., says the Denver Alining KepoiU'i"  Each per cent, of lead contained in  ore is equal In as many units. Ore  c-in lying fit) per cent, of lead, or 00  units is wort h, for example. Oil ceuls  per unil. or f>D times'.--J ciiimls $30 per  Ion. if New York ciuotat ion is ijil per  hundred. For cncli decline or rise of  ii roiil1* in tli'i iN'ow Vork price, a deduction ur addition of 1 cent should  be niiuli*. For instance, il' the N">v  Vork quotation on the day of settlement is "J3.!1."), then 1 cent, from the;  prii-i*. (50 cents, should be taken, making 5!) cents ns the set! lenient price, j  and so on, as the New Ten!* price ,s ���������  above or below SI. i  WING CHUNG wishes to notify the pulilic  Unit lie has moved liis Chinese store Iroin  Douirlns street to tbe builillue hitherto occupied, by ��������� II ip Cluing cm l'ront street, anel tluii  ho hus pur-hosed Hip Chuni. s stock and busi-  i pu  Any  ........   .....   person  having nny claims against  Hip Chung will plef.'-o send  lliem  in  lo Wing  Cluing within thc next len days.        np b, -1 I  FOR SALE.  A 1'IVE ilOO.M-U. ouo-si.iry house, wilh  l.iuhrrioiu anil puiitry.-nii'I 50.\l(m fnui lot nn  Tlilr.1 -tn.-et wi-i. for si.l.;. I'rle-e "I.W'O. tlii)  ilen-n iin.l biiliini-con linn* I" suit iiure'liii-er.  Apply ul this ol'.'we        - '���������  Laundresses Wanted At Once.   .  I'our eompetent steam luunclresscs.    Apply  Hv Kipling, Anthony Hope, II. Hider  ll'aggnrel, Cantor, Hall, -I'liin, Sienkie-  wiez, etc, also a new. lot e>I Uritish  Colli in bin  'PHOTOGRAPHS ���������  Bff-ENCILISI! TOIIAC'.-OS.  1'  ^  Tt  ..Game Traps..  We have jusl received a slock of Traps, Numbers 0 and 1. Send in your  orders at, once as Ihey are going fast. * Hunters and- Trappers are '  right vp lo date wilh our new Savage Rifle, 30-303 ; aim ays a slock  on hand. , A good heavy reliable revolver is not to be despised when  Mr. Silver Tip is at close quarters. . We will close out our present  slock at cost.  HARDWARE AND   TINSMITIIING���������. ���������������a__.  W. M. LAWRENCE,  y     -i~ a  Opposite C.P.R  IT  Station  l-SO  KESWICK ._ HARVEY,  r.evel*'to":(; Station, U C.  i       A  __3,-.rtfain  No. '.- -J... k "-C  ��������� .-ir.'i ..ui- -,r.,".'l ���������  ...    .'p. ly"'*  I  '���������(;, in j_j'K������.! ostler, thr~*f'  \_nl. mil b������  bini^lu  l'oi'  CiTY COUNGiL  e Cily Fathers Meet  Committees��������� The Police  Commissionirs  and   Strike  and License  i Notice,  i The partv that to������k a wig from th-atru on  ! April I*, hail belli'l' return it and save being  ! nrrc-U'd. All persons are warned against buy-  I iua or bavin-.' this ������ig ip their possession, as  -.l-.'e   partv v,il! he prosi-ruio'. to the full CNCent  I .  K. TAri'iso.  It  at  llu* I  i  EDUCATIONAL  CARD  Pencil drawing, black anel colored crayons,  oil and wiiter coiur on canvas silk, china, etc.  T'.vo hour- wceklv:   tl per monlli.  English (cvcninir vlAs'-l 0 hours weekly, "5  -fr:T-���������rOrti!_^���������Prenc-'.-rf=---)',onrs--,������Oe!:!y,-?I-per-  montli.     Latin, -2 'nours weekly, ?i per month.  Special terms to families.  -.d-res.-: Mi-s Steele, McKenzie Avenue,  oppopitf Taylor Block.  : ccuirieil was ndeipt'.'d as j  ci'ediliirs of til  nmeniii-'d.  JJiiilMITTKRf*  _      ���������,        ,, ��������� ...,,. The     following      eeililiilittiar"-!    -we-telj  On  Blue  Grouse  Alruintnu,. in Car-.- . <vwk. Gi:m.v:l, v;x,.tlll iVe.-,nd Finnne-.*. I 1  ...       '. booCivekCiiiiip. 0.__*"i)  f'-.*l   abf.yi* se.i. U(,     w   M    Hl.(mnt   K. R Weils  an.l  The map is on a large  scale and gives   level ni.d but. 1.) miles trom the (,tui:i.>- ' ---  There was a full  nr" entlaiu.r.  covneil meeting last  night.  COMMUNICATIONS  Fire Rriiraile No. 1 eiii-losiiig invent  ory nf .-iiiplinnees lei balurned over te)-_.'  UiT* city: R. Tapping." offorinir lo leu!  :i cinincil cbiiiulH'r eive-t- lhe opei-ii  hons,^, which was l-efei i"d t" >t i-cini-  min.ee coiiipoeeii of Aid. Crage and  AIcKeehnie: D. Stumper, retoiding  secre.aiy e-.f Reform and fjibor Coin-  niittee, asking assistaiiee of eounc:il  in gelling a ce-ulrnl pf.stof'iice and  mail eleliveiy i-slabli.-b'-il in town.  Laid over until next meeting.  Report of the commit tee l.o secure a  -nituhle place for n city eifiice was 1 -iiri  over.  .'lie   resolution   governing   th<*   pro- i Xhil'Ci   St. EaSt  Of SChOOlllOUSe  HARRY   EDWARDS  Taxidermist.  DC Eit HEADS'.  JUIUJS. ANIMALS, Etc.,  Tre-*-rved tend Mounteel.  TIIE CITY BAKERY  HOE"- NOTHINO ELSE lint make good  Dread���������il requires all our attention���������  and we priilc iiurselvcson our promptness nl delivery and lhc satisfaction  civen te. customers **  M*CAGUE BROS.    - ' -    -     Front St  PICTURE  FRAMES      "     -  Person", lm\ ing onler"il I'leturo rrain.***! fre-.ii  A.C. e:iv���������-un nml not rctleoniin..; lliein upon  '.lelivcrv, cm noev e.bu>i:i iheni .".ua u.e at, a  Q*'ii-ii"LY KcOeJ^cti il'. I ������, tliey !_a\ii._;  been left in iw clmrKC. A n; ci.o, i-f coin's-. ("in  buv��������� first. ..mc. tir.-t. ct-.nice���������ef n splendid bit.  Call   at   r.!_>i>lc-r.cf,   i-e.ruer   King   ������������������.ml    >"ru'..t  "!"'-1"' M. PETTIPIECE  REAL ESTATE  MINING  .AND *  -  INSURANCE  ���������   '   AGENT  tf 4 i  ^r.iiZie-  ���������l-'i"l--i'-I"l-!'-:-Il:'l"l"li"t'i"l"t"i"I"I'*'i"I"i">  I Spring Suitings  t       The   Latest,   Best   and  TO SUIT ANY TASTE  a good idea ot the lay of  the  countiy.  C. E. Shaw, city clerk, his opelied  the city office in the board of trade  room on the left of the entrance.' bull  of the Government building, flours,  0.30 ;o l.li-O. iind 2 00 to o.'Xl: Saturdays,  r!>.30 lo l.OJp. in.  Now that be.th the C.iriT*^ Creek  Coiise.lidiited and Great Western  Min.;:- have gone up to twenty-live  cents, there is a hi i������k inquiry for any  biocks of stock lh.it can by any chance  be obtained nt the old ten cent rate  figiiie. With the Nettie L shipping  nie Great Western shares are liable to  take another jump hefore long.  An interesting social eve*nt took  place on Wednesday last nt the residence of Percy Clarke when Aliss  Lottie Willis was united in holy  matrimony to Air. Frederick Arthur  R thes. Tin'* R'-v. Air. Alenzies tied  the knot, and the Herald joins with  the nunieious fiienei? of tlie contracting parties in tendering congratulations.  Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper went  through to the west on Wednesday  ���������.'veiling. He expects a lively session  nnd pays the fun bas only just begun.  Conservative organization in  the east  lii.i river, is located wh.it from present  indications   promises   io be one of tin*  rie-hesl    mines   in    the*    Slocan.      The  Millie   .Muck   i-   tin:   property in qui���������_-  linn.    On the face of   llu-   precipitiotis  volcanic ino inlain, l.ObO feet below its  summit,   the   outcropping v.-in of  the*  .Millie   Mil-k   can   be   traced   four feel  wi.lefiu a dislanee of  two   and  a h:������lf  miles.    An   upper   vein, exposed  feu* a  distance of  150 feet   along   llie   nop-  pings. shows an avi-rnue width   of four  anel   ii   half   feel.    Sele-ted samples of  ore I un i" values from i}'.'']1) in   gold tei  3,0)')   per  cent,   silver.    The   properly  was loi aled in 1S0O. and was piii-chnseil  hv lhe Kiiiriloops Alining and Development  companv   from its original lora-  ler.     A    law   ."nit.   however,   i-nsuecl.  ai isiiu; out of lhc ae-tion e.f a man who  claimed to have grubstaked   tlie   original   localer.    The  case was sett led in  August lift, nnd   the   present   owneis  having se'.-iired n clenr title,  procecde el  ;il,  once   with   the active development  of the property.    Since   beginning op-  I'r.ilinris   (be   compniiy have put, in 350  feel, of tunneling and done  !..J  feet, of  surface tross-cu!ting; winter ipiartei.s  were consl ructed. anil to facilil.-ite* the  tinnsport.it ion of ore; a live and a half  mile   raw-hide   trail  was luiilt to Blue  (Irons'.'  iind   two  and   ii   half miles of  sleigh-road   from   I hence   to  Aliiieral  Citv,   nt   which   point a   wagon    road  connect'- willi Burlon nn lbe Columbia  liver.    The* Alillie Alnc-k will  doubtless  proven bonanza  to   its   owneis.    The  values in I he ore are sue-h as to encourage Ihe  iiiHiiiigi'inent   to  tlii'grc'iifjst  activity in developing the property.  W.F. Cr.igi':    Public Works and V  n*i| ���������  erty.A Ids. T. Kiikpali ick. .McKechnie'  nnd Graham; File*, Water and Light.!  Aids. AI'-Ke*ch_ie. Kilp.*lrick and J  Hi-own; Il-ullh, Mylaws and Trade!  Licenses, Alels. Oraham. Grage ,'inil !  Wells.  Tbe Health and Bvl.i-.vs cnmiuitte",  acting in conjunction with the cily  solicitor, were in-triiet r-el to brititr  down such bylaws as tbey consider  ui'ie's-Miy at nsearlv a elate ns- fir,v<iii!e, |  Tii" Gi'iii'r.il Kxecut ive-.'ind Finar.e-e !  Committee wen' inst rn-leel to report,  on the i-nrri'iil "xpenditiircs of" tin*1  ���������eiT'poratiou nnd tin* best iiiphiis of!  mee'tipg il nt tbe next meeting of the i  coniiiiiitc'i*. j  The Finance* fomniitlee*. ncling witb !  the (lily ('lerk. wus ins! rnctcd to i  e.oniuiunie.il'* wilh the; provincial j  goveriiirie'iit. iiir|iiirirg iis to the ebane e  of the* city iretling a i.'.liate on fli������.*|  licenses nlready paid for the half year.  CUMMUNICATIONH  .Moved by Aid. Btnwn, .secoi:di*d hy  Aid. Ali Kei linie. tb.it lbe ronncil  recomine-nil Aid. Wells and (.',. V.  I.indiiinrk 'is licens,-. roiiimissiciner to  the Liculf-naiit-Oe.vernor.���������C-irricd.  Moved by Aid. McKecliiiie. se-coneleel  by Aid. Griiliiimi*'. I bat the council  ri'e-'iiriini'nil Aid. Brown anel Mr. T. E.  L. Taylor as police cei'miiiissioiiers- lo  the Liriit-Ooverne.r.���������C.u rie.l.  Aloved l.y Aid. AIcKecIniie, seconeled  by Aid. Brown, that lbe Finance-  Coiiiiiiitl.i'e be instiMcIi'd to* piocurea  table' for lbe use r.f the press.  The council adjourned till Wednesday evening i)';\t:i!  7:!!0,  ONT BE ASLEEP  To Vour Own  Interests.  OUR GOODS ARE-FRESH  OUR PRICES ARE LOW  OUR TERMS ARE CASH  Or Strictly 30 Days.  OUR TEAS-  From 20c to 60c  Arc Kitamnioed.  OUR FRESH GROUND  COFFEES  From 25c to 50c  Are ijunram.t-l and ul.*'ay_* enjoyed.  Apples $2.00 a box  Potatoes $1,25 cwt.  Full .-teick e.f  SHORTS, HAY AND OATS,  VEGETABLES Alivny on Hand  Geo. D. Bell & Co.,  H. Amas, Manager.  WATCH   -   THIS   -   SPACE  Most Up-to-Date Stock j  in .the Citv. .MADE UP. t  ._   .��������� j.������ ^_  ���������;*  ������{.  ���������5-  <i-  ii*!���������  >{.  1-  .���������_-T"I":J"I"T"*;"I"f"f-I":I*'I"T"i"?"I">*T":l"t'*I"I"I"l-  I R.S. WILSON,  I CITY TAILOR.  ���������t-!-.*---i-__-_i"i":"j"i"t"t-t-i"t-t-+t--*-i-i-  FAYETTE BUKER ������^_  CAN  Insure your property agAlnst loss  by lire.  Insure   vour  Life ��������� "Accident   or  Heath."  Offer you 11 chance 10 invest a small  or large amount of your earnings  or capital at n profitable rate of  interest.  LOAN YOU   MONEY.  -^SP)  ������_jy-Only Rest Companies represented.  Oflice- McKenzie Avenue.  +++++*+'M'+*M"M"f**f*M������H-'i"f'**i:������I'  ."f"f-~-*:-l-f*H"l"I"l"l"f-l"!"I-*I"l-l"H-I"I"I-l-  " GROCERIES!  BREAD!  A.N.SMITH, BAKER.  Watchmaker and Jeweller  McKenzie. Avenue, Revelstoke, B.C.  C. P. R. Watch Inspector. Eest Repair Work in the City. A Fine  Stock of Watches, Clocks, Wedding Rings, Engagement Rings,  Jewellry, Silverware Etc.  NOTICE  .. * ���������  ������������������  In  the   County   Court of Kootenay  Holden nt I'ort Steele.  No. IC of 189S.      *  In tlie matter of Kelna Demon deco.'i'-eil, nnd  In llie mailer ol the "Oilicial Ailmliiistrntor'n  Aci," dalPil Ijth dav of March, lb'.i'.i, upon reail-  iiiK the adielavitsof Walter Scott, and .lames I".  Armstrong, It I.i ordered that James 1~.  Armstronc Olhcial Administrator for the  Coiintv Uniirt District of Kootenyy. sliall be  Administrator of nil nnd singular the kooiI .  chntti'ls anil credits of Kdiin Denieui deconsed.  Anel that tills order bu published In two  consecutive \icekly Issues ol the Hkiiald, i������  newspaper published at Itevolstokc In the said  County.  23-27 (P gil.)      J. A. FOR IN*.  it  i  $������tt&������z&tt������&z������$������i&2^^  TENDERS  WANTED  Sealed Tenders will be received hy theunder-  slgncil up to the l.ltli day of April next at  noon for sinleiiiK IDOx-lxi*. prospect shaft on the  eilenpirv mine, the contractor lo provide all  material, tools, powder am! provisions. Further particulars can lie obtained by applying  ei! her in person or letter to me at Revelstoke.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted. "  Itevelstoke, March 7th, 18M.  1S-26 JOHN D. SIBBALD.  '%r&-  4?  ���������fas?  Hotel Victoria  J. V. PERKS, Prop.  Hotel Accommodation Ilcstln the nity  for I be money.  H-iiited by hot nir  nnd electric light and bell  in every re.om.  Hourly street enr liotwecn hotel and "tation,  J.nrrec and -.veil lighted "ample room.  F"rcc bus meets all trains.  ���������REYELSTOKE, *B. C-  Undert-iking and Embalming   q  R. Howson &. Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture  LICENCE AUTHORISING AN  EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY  TO CARRY ON BUSINESS.  'Companies Act, 1807  Abbott Mines Company, Limited  Notice  TF.NDKKS will be received hy the undersigned np to noon on Monday, April 10th 18M,  for an extension during the coming summer  of the present tunnel into the Abbott claim,  situated on Halev Creek,* Lardeau district.  The present tunnel is L'CS fc-ct long, and lhis  will have 10 be extended until it crosscuts the  vein ri'iiulrlnu; an extension of about HIK) feet.  Thi������ extension must be C feetC Inches in height  bvl feet in width and continued on the line  ol lhc present tunnel.  Tenilcrs inu-^t state prices per lineal foot of  new tunnel excavated, which price will cover  all expenses connected with maintainanro of  present tunnel while _ork is, in progress.  Contractor to Inrnish all tools, labor, plant,  etc.. required.  Tlie lowest or any tender uot necessarily  accepted.  II. ATinOTT.  rresidc-nt jlbbott ."..Ine". Co.. Limited,  Vancouver, B. C.  ' Canada: |  Phoviscb op British Coi.UJiniA. j  No. 12H."  THIS IS TO CERTIFY thnt "The British  Lion Gold Mining and Development Company  of Ontnrio, Limited," " Non-I'ersonnl Liability," is nu'hori-cd nnd licensed to carrv on  business within the rrovlneo.of British Ccilum-  bin. and to carry out or effect nil or anv of thc  objects lierelniifter set forth to wh'lch tho  legislative authority of ihe Legislature of  British Columbia extends.  The head oflice of the Compnnv is Fitunte at  Owen Sound, Province of Ontario, Canada.    -  The amount of the capital of tlie Company Is  eighty thousand dollars, divided into four  thousand shares of twenty dollars each.  The  Company is specially  limited   under  iction oO of the said Ac6.  y In  thl9  And John  sec  . ___  Thc head office of the Company in this  Province is situate nt Kevelstoke, and John  Manning Scott, Barrister-at-Lnw, whose address is Kevelstoke aforesaid, is the attorney  Ior thc Company.  The objects forwhrch the Company hnve been  established arc:���������  To carry on in all their branches tho operations of a mining, milling, reduction ana development Company.  Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this ninth  day of February, one thousand eight hundred  anil ninctv-nine.  [L.s [ S. Y. WOOTTON,  17���������iw        Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  For Sale or To Let.  Buildings in variety for sale or to let.  20-23 ;A ppl y to It - Ta an so.  j������-_e-.

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