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 H^'o-'^-"  '.Vi'rC  I"-'  -ISSUED   T',VICE-A-WBEE - "WED1TBSDAYS    -A-ZsTID    S-A-TTTIELD-A_~5rS -  Vol. III.    No.. S3".  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  WEDNESDAY, APRIL. 26,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  iy^^^*-*^^^^^*^^***^:*^--^-**^'-*^ $  50 pieces best   English  Print���������at cost.  Great Bargains in Laces  and Ribbons until gone.  V/e 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.  }&7STj clay acids to  eftartments are  We are opening' goods daily.  tlie interest of shopping1 here/  brimful of new goods, and as a matter of "course  every imaginable dress need has heen. anticipated.  Hundreds of buyers, have found out to their- sati  faction that at this store goods can fos bought with  e������  ���������hO  security. - We have iiQ'ver been in a position _���������  oiTer our patrons greater inducements. If there  is anjr virtue in dependable qualities or seasonable  good combined with low prices, thon 'we certainly  origin;  expect a big business, at-this store. -The  and happy signs of spring are pictured throughout  our great store/spring* ' and-summer goods fairly  blossoming irr eaoji department, and everywhere  are temptations in-price, quality and stj'le, /Gome  and do your shopping early, especially in the afternoons,   It will insure better attention and greater  S3*  satisfaction to aI.L*as cur facilities are tassedto the  utmost; and; we wish.to'do iustlice to'all." ��������� '" ���������"������������������?" '  0.1 %j&ii  H*^1  4-f\-eA)i  u.  ^ABIES' EMPORIUM  Tn ud FT7!i:r.T. Ckntue.  Op].o.iit(������ Cowiui iilouk.  Latest,* DaiiUiest and Best  Assortment  of Fancy '  Gooels  la  town.  M.  K. Lawson.  "Haig-  &o  Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  J^eyelstoke  .Townsite  A .*. .������, .4. ,t;_      _<. A. -A-  ci'i-;.-.-^^*;^ z&y ^j><^>s<&' -/*U  ri Ir- .*** r. ,-t. n &- Ifi  Some Great Sheds  Having bought tht* Bankrupt Slock of  ���������hi* FALLIS HHOS. KSTATft .-it. a  reduced price, I cm now oiler bargains  lli;it-t-a'.itio'_rbe-oipiii!i*_>it-in-l!ic-eit-y.--������i  Twenty Ears Roy.il Crown Soap.. Si oo  Three lbs. of English Bfst. Tea... i oo  White Str.r Baking Powder 12 oz. 15  Rolled Oats, 80 lbs. for  2 00  French Fcas, 5 Tins for  1 00  Pure   Gold    Flavoring    Extracts,  5 ������r-  *5  Peach. Pears,  Apricots,   5  2j lb.  Cans for only  1 co  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  CB. Hume & Co J  WIlOI,ESAI.K    AND    RKTAIL    |  G ENEUA L M EKCJ t ANTS 4'  I ftVAr#bKf*&r.r.r.eMb^.w^.**^-.������-**''. t.  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Taylor Hlock, Mc-Zcii-Io .Ave*.,   UuvtljlOKO _ tr..  Monev lo l.nnii.  IV. White, 0. IJ. ,1. Jl. fccott. H.A..TjIj.I~.  1'. I.. Oullllm.  HARVEY   &   M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors,    Etc.  Poll cl tor for Impel'!:). Rank of Ctinnila.  Com).any fiimi��������� to loan at 5 per cent.  Ollliie-'-s:   Molkoiii Hank Hlock.  First Street.   Revelstoke Station,   B. C.  DR.E.H.S, McLEAN  Oflic'C mill Kcsiiloiir'-. two iloor-i cabt Co-,rnu  Iiloe-k.  Tieiiin sii������i:f.t, cextt.i:.  Nlclit nnil Day C nil's attonelcil to. ''  Te?K'['lu>ite rotiiieit.ti'.n.  NURSE  LUCAS  L. O. S., London. England.  Ttainr.l,    cxporionrcl,     nicliral.     ^'.ircioii.-  nl .t'.tririil nnr>-t\ oj.o-.i to onpacoiiioiit.  j.ililrc���������-:   NUit.-i-: I.t'l-AP, llevuMckc.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Iimiliip an.l .lolivcry *.vorka������-pcfift"ty. Team-  iil.niys r^ai'y on shortc-: riotio'. Contracts for  jobbing tnt.cu.  OOi-AT SLAUGHTER  if.  Come  and S  GENTS' FURfiiSHiHGS  rny $5.00 Suits  F  VMFAi DELIVERY  STKICTLY CASH  S. JACKSON.  rnni*ii!r.-( j~  Famous  Nettie  L  and   Beatrice -  The Mail Conditions  o  Nettie Ij  "^t?:-   ^f>3   rSiT^l   t-'cT^,    S77-,   t-^T-i   C^'*-   fcttjfc*  ine Keason Wny  Yon s.inuM liny Tlio IlCat Sar.^ajjttrilla for  a i-prini; tonic."  Because   ���������~������������-  i. It is .1 IftrpiT holii*1* than llio olhci^.  Ia It   i<- co:i-*unirAK'l, thcrufcira tho flof-c  ij   i4- "-ni.tlK  3. Takuir  <hri'0 <ln'**������3 a iJrty it will In*I  jet: ������.:i ^ ir.f.ntli, ihurt'ijy cc._-.iiijr yuv  hr.t-_n (*otit<> ^l ������liiy.  ���������;. It foiiifiiii^ {'������:ti*r>f-������reapnrllln, >ulIov.  <U������ok, ^ti-Iinfrin. uith iorlido uf put-  n.-'t*u:n.  5. H Mills on it?-ov;n merit-.  ..FIELD & BEWS..  CHEMISTS  1 KI,. 'JS.  l>~l~~C~i~l!������TS   -    STAT'.ONEKS.  KLVLLSlOKli. B.C.  Feisguson. April 20.-Th  is looking be'llt-r Hum over. Two days  ngo ri.nlit ine-lii'S of s.oliel grey ���������.���������opiiur  wns bLruck in 0111* of the drifts. There*  is'no doubt, this proppity will be  i-qnally ns p;ood as tho .Silvor Cup  Avheirlho-biuiie-iiii.-iiitity-of���������ih*velo|)-  meiit, is done. Eii;lite:t*n men are now  working on Lhe property.  The new si like* em the Boalrii-e  property also shows grey toppi'i- in  gooel cp.iiintitius all over the fitceof the*  luuiii'l. The workings were elose'd  elenvii yostereliiy until tho snow lias  rle'iirt'tl e-.IV.  The coiitrae:tnis on the Silver Queen  havi' st.rue-k a laige body of [;ali*na  wbifli looks In be1 nf a hii^ii grade.     *  Jlr. nml Miss I'oul. Mr.' and Mrs. .1.  (_. Kirk put riek and Mr. U. G. lOiiton.  puiil Iht* Ni'llii- Ln visit yi'.*-li*rday and  report, uvorylhinjj working in lino  sliiipi*.  AliuiiL Lwo c-.irloadw ol' Ilcili-ico eue>  is now lying here lonely lo send  rorwniil as soem as llu'. roads arc  pa������'..'lbli! for the team���������*. :);r,iin.  I'-'r.'iiik T.t'lii'iin is busy nl, liis old  trade again putling up siove: wouil.  Billy'llli'ii mul l''il/. make* a gioal  tciiii! i:iking up MipnJii'S anil briiiging  dov. 11 111 e fieiin t In* Ne'l Lie* I,.  'J'u n nr thri'i' Kei.-slaiul nnel Spokane  I'liinpiiiii'S linvc boon looking over the  Uuii'ii .lack uiiiier.il olaim on the  S'liith Fork, abuul two mill's frum  Ferguson, with a viow to bonding  same'.  Tiie mail sorviec* (o lhis town is in  great, in'i'd of hnprovi'iiienl,��������� one mail  11 wook is hi'tli'i'lh.111 uoiii'. Iml. il is a  poor servii'C feir a caiiip liko tliis. l.i-l  no hope our iiionibe'r will neit forgot  cun- uoeels for at, least, I wo mail.-a week  iinel may be 11 money tinier oflico, Imlh  of which are neci'ss.-iry for lhe lii-nelil,  of mining and hir-ini's.*! men anil lho  opening it]) of n good mining country.  The Lyceum Co. '  The: Lyceum Co. will airive' hore lo-  niglit, i'i0111 (J.ilg.iry to fulfill :i four  nigiil'-s eng.igoiiioi'.l al Tapping's  opera house. The play loniglil will  be:  Woelnosday night���������"All tho Oomforl,  of Home.',"' a roaring farce cotni'dy.  Thursday night���������"UiulorTwo Flags"  Friday ilight.���������'-Othello,   the Moor  of Venice."  Saturday night.���������"Alabama," the  greatest of Southern plays.  A BRIGHT OUTLOOK  The bright prospect., for Hevelsleiko  end lhe fe-iirrouiiiliiig district, with  which this season is commencing, are  'all tho more welcome; from the depression 'uot li in mining activity and  business, which has prevailed fur the  last twelve monllis, l.irgely owing to  the ntte'iition of lhe outside public  being diverted from Koolenay to tlie  Yukon coupled with the fall in the:  fall in the piece 01 silver. These causes  are now removed, Tlie prices for tbo  products of euir mines haves increased  and steadied lo a very large, extent,  while copper is in big demand at  almost double ligures. Already a  number of cioals in "Fish Greek mid  Lai dean propel tics are pending, while  tlicm is overy reasonable hope that  capital will take holel this ye.ir of the  valuable properties in the Big Mend  district, particularly in the Cnrnes  Creek camp, where Ihe surface showings aro of extraordinary richness.  rho transportation problem, which  has hitherto been the great obstacle in  the road of development of the whole  tlislrirl, is now on the.eve of the only  s-itisf.tetory solution, railway extension. The-road, which the C.P.R.  have projected to tap the Lardeau,  will he commenced in a few weeks and  there is no doubt that it will start  from bolli ends at once. The. C.P.R.  authorities have no iiitontiein of  diverting all Lh" traflic. which the:  construction of this road will occasion,  from their main line. At the same  timo lho company is fully cogni/.anl  of the great future beforo the lich  mineral district whioh lies to t.he north  of their main liiu- and a railway from  Revelstoke. to the. Big Rend may con-  fldciUly lit*. e>:u .etcil immi-iS* I'm* verv  first developments of the future.  With its construction Kevelstoke  will leap the whole; .benefits of lier  unitpir* geographical position as the  central point of Yi'ost Kootenay. It  has hei-.t a mere accident that the  southern portion of tho dislrict has  come to the* front first, flic situation  al present is awkward, temporaly and  bound to be reversed. As it changes  Kevelstoke is hound to incivaRe in  importance ns a railway and business  (���������outre*, until ils t realioti as a terminal  point becomes imperative. It is the  future financial and business capital of  West Kootenay and the first decade of  the new century   will   see.   il   firmly  Metropolitan Opira Co.  The product-mi of lh������ Mikado on  Saturday nighl by tin- ?>!oti-i.pi*lilan  Opera Co. drew a good house. The  piece was well put on and lviidorcel.  The costumes wero bright and pretty  and lhe grouping on llie slag.: w.is  very ol'i'octivo. The singing uns irinitl  and tlie cliiuuso.-* woll roiitloied,  though an orchestra would have  greal ly in-lped the* swing of the piece:.  The antics of tlu* star character Koko.  Lord High Kxecutioner. provokeel  considerable merriment and applause,  and Miss .leanettc: Lincoln a- KatKhali  and Miss lilnncho Aldrach a������ Yum  Yum wore: received with much applause. Edison's Dream- Realized,  which was priim'o-cd in the newspaper  notices was not ri'.ili/.ed as far as S.-il-  iii'dav night's audience was concerned.  The llstiAL.tt is not disposed to he  severe when people are out for a  night's fun, hut there* should ho a  li.mil even to tiie expression of the  feelings nf tlio gallciy and ihe practice  of smoking whicli prevails up lliere  should be stopped at onco.  THE  GREAT  Ki'i'fifc  WILL PAY FOR ITSELF FP.o:-.i  GRASS ROOTS  CREAT SHEWING OF SOLID ORE  The Churches  R'*v. IT, Fiennos Clinton, rector of  Ut. James'. Vancouver, look all the  services at St. Polei's on Sunday last..  There was a good attendance at all  three' services.  In thi'.MoUuidist church last Sunday,  the pastor. Rev. S. J. Thompson, took  the result of the recent prohibition  plebiscite for lhe subject of his discourse. The action of the Liberal  government in deciding to do nothing  was severely censured- and' if vote  taken on the Dominion Alliance resolution calling for prohibition "in '.hose  provinces which gave a decisive vote-  in its' favor. .Some members of the  congregation veiled in favor of llie  resolution, but I lie others voted neither  for nor against il. The subject of the  evening discourse was the all too  prevalent vice of swearing, on wliiili  ilr. Thompson preached a stirring and  impressive sermon.  established in Unit enviable position.  * Not that there will nol. be a number  of other busy, prosperous anel important points in Kootenay, hut the all  impoi lant test of geographical position surely points to Revelstoke sis the  chief centre of them all. It will not  depend on one mine or one disli ict for  ils business, but will be the supply  point oT Iheni all. This may not  happen for some limo. Solid prosperity is as a rule a plant of slow  growth. But I hut. gradually and  surely it will como is the" opinion not  onlv of the IIkiiaIjP, not only of llu-  musl progressive and fur-seeing citi-  '/.ens of Rove-lsloki'. hut of those oul-  side of the town, who are not. ouly in  11 position to be able to a eeitain  extent lo forecast lho future but also  lo help out the fiillillnii'iit of Iheir own  predictions.  Early Closing ,  A   meeting   0C1 the   fiionels   of   the  early closing movement   wa** held  on  .Monday night with T. L. Haig  in   the  chair.  Moved by XV. M. Lawrence and  A.  Hobson that, (i.IJU is Hie most elcsir.-ible  limo for closing tlie stories.    Carried.  Moved by W. M. Lawrence: and J. I.  Wood) ow that 11 petition ho piosenL-  od to the city council asking that a  bylaw "Oc itilrodue-od for to govern the  closing nf si ores at (!.:!() p.m.     Carried.  Moved by A. Hobson and I?. Hon son  thai a committee composed of Messrs.  Meldrum, Haig and Lawrence Jm appointed to wait on Messrs. Hume fc  Co. and ende-ivor to bring about the  G:'50 hour of 1 losing.   Can icd.  Geldfe'.ls.va' Church   Ps.ra.Ic*  Thore was a goeid I urn oul of tbe  turn of the Oddfellows' lodge to the  church parade last Sunday. In order  In accommodate tho large: congregation the service was bold in the opera  house, whii her tlie procas.sion, headed  hy the Revelstoke brass hand, wended  ils way from the lodge room on Mackenzie: avenue as tlie sun was setting  on the first, summer day we have  enjoyed Ibis season. Tin* opera house  was well filled. The preacher was  Rev. Thos. Men/.ics of the Pte.--hyteri.it)  church, who took the subject of  ���������'Charity" for his disceur. _.e, which  was greatly appreciated hy Hie large  congregation. The. choir of the 1  Presbyterian church rendered lhe  music of the sei ~ ice ve.iy accept ably.  At the close lho membc-is of thc  ���������society-.i'ti.ttirneel in.procci-sion to their  lodge room, the band playing the  familiar hymn "God be With .You Till  we Meet Again."  Chan Shipping Ore iu Sight EveryJ  where in the Workings���������Four Inches  of Clean Grey Copper in the South  Drift, Giving an E.'.ormous Assay in  Silver.  The north drift  lias  been extended  from Xo. 1 tunnel  about oO' feet arid,  shews   It   inches   of   clean   ore.    The.  south drift is in about 10 feet.    On one.  side of lhis drift thoro is* a vein of four,  inches e.f solid grey copper nntl on  the.  other about nine inches' of solid  grey,  copper and galena.   Tiie winze is down  il feet and the bottom   of it   is  all   in.  ore, grev copper  and  galena.   Three.  lecent assays  taken  of the   ore  give,  200, 001. and :U77  ounce.- of silver to.  tin* ton respectively.    The   l-i?l  assay,  is lOOoiir.ees'bclter than any yet taken  ftom the Silver Cup.    The ore has not  been assayed vol for gold and  copper,  but should run high in both.  The i.ivrhide trail'is broken  np and.  tl*.e Troul Lako.  waggon   road  is   im-t  pas-sable for  1 earns.     For  this reason.,  there will be some delay in gelling the   -'  ore out from the mine lo  the lake at.  Thomson'.-; Lmnling.     There  are  now .  25U sacks of hre in   transit,  131 at thc  Lauding and the balance at Ferguson. -  If the smelter returns ceune up  to  the.'  expectations,   which  the','assays fully,.'  warrant, the Nettie L.will pay  for* its ���������  own d.'vi'lopmeut from. '-grass roots'*,-  aiid  the treasury  slock  will  soon be  withdrawn from the market. -  -   The   following is  clipped from  the  Trout I-nk-Topic o'f the 22nd ins't:   -  ���������  "On.. ,\Vj'i!nei~day���������   last,  some vevy,,'.-  in.Lo;ostii*ig item., \vcve. gathered   c.on-  cerning the Nettie L. , Tlie  work  on .*  this property   is* progressing  lnpitlly. .  The winze is now- down 21 feel and lhe .  pump put in a siioil time ago is  work- .  ing very svccessfully;    The ore streak .  here varies   from   eight   to   eighteen "-  inchos in thickness.     Work   is  being  pushed ahead on both  the  north and ������  south ilrifi!-. the fori ner is in about 30  and    the   latter  about   30  foet.    The  north drift 'was diiveii .alongside  Lh.-  oie body and this, is now- being  taken .  out and sacked for shipment..* The ore  in tlio sontli drift lies iu" three stringers in I hv face  of  tlie  tunnel.  n:_  Tho  hanging wall tiieslreak *,- >.'. *:ic:.o.--it)'  thickness, and a bo-.: I   mi'i-.i a"**   tiioioi^,  -ix in che.- of grey copp'-v and  1,11  tin;  foot wall about four inches,    lt  is  iho  intention of the manager  tu  continue  -tiie-w-inze-dov.ii.to _ .loyal.  r-.-.-~".-f.'o:. . ,  After provinc the. Vc-'._ for  thi  ��������� this ''."pin  it is proposed to drive a ci ii.-.-c.-.'.. of  about 400 foet to tap the chute at a  depth of over 000 feet. Some oleye'ii  assays were taken on the ore, the  ledge filling and the wall rock resulting  as fei'.lows:  0 No. 1 sample, containing sonic native  silver, 1.111 201.S3 ozs.: No. 2, zinc.  SXJi.71 ok-., and No.'I. grey copper.  ".ITO f-zs. silver to the ton, Tlio lodge  filling and wall lock,-, from whicli  >-igi.'. as- ivsv w.'i o mado, gave au  j ai cage of .*i7 or.-, in silvor tn  the  ton.  Silver Queen  Thirty-three feet of crosscut lias  heen driven with a wondeifnl showing  on lhis prnpei 15- by IJ. Cowan since* he  began wejrk on his coutrai-l. Right  from the end of the tunnel eliiven t������ n  years, ago. snys the Topi'*. tli������y came  on I o a body of solid zinc ore some  two feet 111 thickness: next te* llii- is  boeiies of galena in a epia-.tz gangii.'���������I  coiicoiilraling oro-for over" leu fool, j Tlu* ^'t-.tX. Wostoi 1: Mine--,(limited)  Tlie-n comes 12 im ho-.>! iron oio, ntui j ������>.iv hi-U '"��������� pioi-.d of the" .-.bowing  next 1 his is IS inches of solid stool | 'H"l'' "\i li-.o p;o-otit deve .opineul, ard  galena. The filling i*- ipi.ti-tz. ')���������!-,,. j it will 1 oaeiili l-.--.ooii fiom tho above  foot wall h-is not vol Ivon roruhed and I f'u"1-' "> a ' ���������"-' I'" \l>v'-'l> for tills  mine  tiie work of i'i<)*-sciittim_   uill'still   I.o  continued.  Queen's Birthday Celebration  The* posteu-s mi" now out announcing  llie* Queen's Birthday ck-hralion in  I liis city uniler lhe au'-pices of the  Caledonian si.cioly. There will lie  prizes to the v*ll*.ie of ������700.     The  pio  110 of Lh.- vi 1 y blight es!  Th; Odilf-licv/s Dance  Tin* u.iiii-o give-.'t by the Oddfellow's  loelge in Tapping"- Opoi.i House last'  night was a very -uc-ci:ssful a {fair. In  spile of the I'einiite-r attraction of the*  Sons of Kngland dinner, there were  about th'lrty-five couples present, who  gramme will enn*is.L of hose r'-e'l r.n o-. _ kept up the ball with groat .-ininiafion  pig.'iin --hooting. athlolic spoi ts. ; until .111 early liour Hiis morning. A  biiyclc and horse 1,1111., Tlio pi i/.o ' .itnt-e-la-s so'.oclion e-f il.-nice music was  lisls will ho published later. All in for '��������� furnished by I'm* Matthews orchestra,  niation may be obtained by wr'.tir.g J. and'an excellent supper was put up by  11. Scott, the secretary. A.N. Smith.    The Oddfellows may be  congratulated ou another very successful social event to their credit.  A Dcubic Tragedy  I*_i->:-*.>:-*T*������-', Apiil 22.��������� Love, opposi  ho.iv.iy ! ti'111 and -live, bin ie conspired tocauso  oiiaigo.l wil li gie-y copper its value in j WilKam Roland and Lottie Brunette:  silver will be* very high. About fAX) \ te. lake their own lives at 10::-S0 last-  sacks of ore yet leniain at lhe mine, i nitrht. The young couple were highh  the balance; of tho shipment of 2.000i l-e'pvctt'd. and their rush act hai:  sacks is at the Landing aud between i eatiseei profound sen row in the town-  the landing and Ferguson.���������Topic.      J and district.- **  Beatrice .  The   Beatrice' novor looked   better  than il does at present.    In the lotvost i  tunnel thoro i** about two foet of  se.l'ul 1  shipping oro,   and   as   it ~~j~~~~~i
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It was in this manner that Mr. Car-
iioRlo first became acquainted with
books, anil tlie value he derived from
his   reading   in   those   early   days   bus
METHODIST CHURCH ��� Kevelstoko.
Pruuobiug services at 11 a.m. and 7:311
p.m. CjIiibb luuotlng ul tho closo ot ine
morning service. Knobath school and Bible
i_luss ni -i.'SU p.m. Weekly prayer meeting
every Wcdncsuay evoking at 7:31) p.m. Tne
puDucuru cordlully Invited.   Bouts Iree.
HEV. S. J. THOMPSON. Pastor.
Faance Gets a Vast African Colony-
Lord * Kitchener Replies to hi;
Assailants-The     Wheat    Situation
L-iiclon, April 3.���(Special)���It was
announced on Wednesday that an as-
lcement had been reached in tlio momentous negotiations between Franco
und Knyland, which bad been prevailing ever since the F.ashoela Incident.
France by this arrangement gels n
vast African Umpire slrelcblng from
tho -Mueliicrraiic.-iii lu lhe Atlantic
Practically, the hinterland ol* the
Mediterranean const of Africa���except
the Nile Valley���now belongs tc
Franco clown to the .main stream of
the Congo- -lorocco, Tripoli, our and
:he: German West African colonics
being merely enclaves. Tbo question
now   Is.   what   will   she   elo      with   11?
The  reception  of   the  news  in   "Europe    ^^^Utoofl^vx^Tciir':
made   lilm  an   enthusiastic  believer  In
free libraries.
Something   "Wrong.
The engineering strike is still leaving ils baneful consequences. Large
ii'dors. Including locomotives for the
Ureal Nurtliern Railway company,
inel a bridge fur llio Soudan railway,
have sioiK* to America for no other
reason Ihan lhat Knglish firms ennui.I execute lliein within the reel ui reel
iInn'. In tlii' face of so much outcry
���gainst foreign competition, this Is to
t*e reurotletl. There is this fear, loo.
'.bat such orders, once sent away, may
never return.
V    Lady's    L.stlmule   of    lhe    German
I  have  boon   talking  to  a   lady  well
'���mown  in  llie  musical  world  who has
nude lho aceiuainlaiicc of many roya'
���ind   lU.slmguislieil   personages. Her
of   tho   German   Emperor   is
CHURCH Ob" ENGbAND-St. Petcr'e
v-s Hovolntoko Hours of servico: Evening
pruyor d-ily ut fi o'clock, Fridays ut 7:30.
aiumuy. unil Fcativilla: Holy Communion at,
a.iu��� morning pruyor ut 11. Sunday School
I unelblblu UluoS at *_*_���, croiiing prayer ul 7:30.
First Sunday lu the nioeiib Holy Communion
ut morning services.
PUE3HYTE1UA.N (.HUH01I���llcTelsloko.
Bervico cvur> Suiiiluy ut 11 a.m. und 7:.')0
p.m. lilb'o Oliu.i uc 2..I0 p.m., to which
..11 uro welcomo, Pruyer mteiiug in 8 p.m,
every Wedneniiiiy.
HEV. T. MKNZIES. P.istor.
1^- a .uko. Muss Urol unci third ouuiluys In
monin ut 10:30 a.m.
O ALV ATION AllMY-jMcnlings every nighl
*-J   in llio.r till I on Front li-rout.
Thero is no retail store, whether at
-ome country cross road or occupy-
in-t a desirable city coiner lot, but
claims within its circle of trade one
or more customers whose decided
���wbvs of trading are scarcely inclined
to "lend briefness to the hours ot duty,
or brilliancy to its calling. They are
readily distinguished and as readily
remembered. One "deeming teatur.
of their presence, however, is tin. tact
that thev are not of '-various kinds
but rawer seem to have acquired
their porcuoine natures at some lount-
ain wnere diversity played no part.
Neither are they, ever found among
the reailv poor. That would be incompatible wilh their natures. At
the 'counter nothing at first pleased
them. K they are being waited on
bv an assistant, they want to see the
o-Wnor or the manager, in order to
be given the article in question at so
niucn a vard or a pound less. It is
difficult to reason with them because
the same disposition which impels
them to haggle ovor the price of an
article, aided by their daily encounters of a similar nature, creates a
harshness or perverseness in their
conversation which is at times wont
to baffle the most congenial spirit m
the  effort  to please or pacify.
Herein lies the commercial value
of courtesy Being taught to believe
there is a better side to every nature .it is a most Interesting task'to
r��4 bring it to view, There la no
tiie, place or occasion in *which this
task can be practicen so opportunelj
as when serving at the retail counter.
Being aware ot what is on the customers' mind, and knowing the dis-
posiion to be encountered theie is
no reason why that caller should not
S�� made a-iriecd of thc store There
inhere a two fold object to be desired:
the custom of this individual, and
the result of the test of tii art to
please in  an  exceptional  case.
It has been sometimes been heard
said bv a retail merchant. "I'd rather
not have that person's trade, for it
is productive of more harm than
good."' But in reality such'callers are
necessarv to establish iu one's mind
_ the_deDt'h_oLaatiencejii .tlieir.P��ssess-
ion when brought to tlie" lest. "Such-
customers not only display the opposite side of business life, but show
the necessity for calm judgment and
quick perception.
To please and hold such trade and
gradually improve their way of dealing is to become accomplished in the
art of readily pleasing all. In. addition to the interesting features it
exhibits, it causes the time pass more
spedily, pleasantly, and with greater
profit to the store.
has been decidedly favorable. The
Russians do not care, thoir views
being llxcd on Asia; the Germans see
their way tn some sort of compensation, and are delighted that France
should waste lier strength; and while
those in Fiance who understand the
question exult in the magnitude of
thoir India, the ordinary Frenchman
heaves a deep sigh of relief. The advantages that Franco rwaps from tint
founding off of her great Kmpire, lhe?
solution which lias been carried out,
without being ideal, has certain distinct and unmistakable merits. The
bt.st thing that both countries have
secured i.s unquestionably the amelioration of jealousies and animosities
ind thc consequent lightening 01* the
burden which all imperialists have
been   bearing.
Lord Kitchener's Iteply.
Despatches  were  published  on  Wednesday from   the  Sirdar      and      Lord
Cromer denying      the  charges      made
by  Mr.  Bennett  in  The  Conlemporar-,
'is  to  the   treatment of  tlie  Dervishes-
wounded      at Omdurman.      Lord  Kitchener  denies   positively   that  he   was
ordered,   or   lefl   It   to   be   understood,
that the Dervish  wounded were  to  be
massacred,   and   stales   lhat   no   completely disabled  Dervishes  wore  killed
by any of the  troops under his command.      Ho  denies  also   that   thn  cill
tvas  looted   for   three  days  after      ils
capture, and that the gunboats openui
lire  on   mixed   masses      of      fugitives
in  the streets  during  tbo  British  advance.      As  lo      the      wounded,   their
number  was     unnianagely  largo,  bin
all   wtis  done  for   them   that  could   be?
done.      As   to   tho      _la.hdi's   tomb,   n
���.'.���as  destroyed      partly      because      it
might  have  become  dangerous      as  a
place  of  pilgrimage,  partly  because   it
was a dangerous structure.     But only
the  skull  was  preserved,   the      bones
were  thrown  inlo  thc  Nile,  and  there
was no coffin; consequently lhe allegation that certain  oiricials have bits  of
ihe remains as  relics  '  arc      baseless.
This  surely,   will   finally  settle   for  all
lime lhe mischievous      reports     made
from time lo time of undue cruelty in
llio conduct of iho campaign.
A Dark Horse
"There is," says The Iron Trade
Review, "no greater or more interesting personality in the worlel of industiy, whether ai homo or abroad, Ihan
Mr. Andrew Carnegie." ... It is
u given thing for a poor boy. who Inul
io drudge at a vory early age at some
of the humblest ot" occupations, for his
daily bread, to have mado himself n
master of two continents. But this
is what Mr. Carnegie has actually
clone. He: is the master of the steel
trade "T the old worlel, because it" he
were to let louse, on Kurope his stores
of steel the situation woulel at the
time be seriously changed, and he is*
lhe one Ilgtirc In the worlel of industry
that is most feared today by the manufacturers of one half of ih. nations
ol' ICurope. He i.s almost cquallv tho
iiiasier  of   the  steel   industry      of   lhe
Xjoyal Orango  Lodge, No   1G5S.
lii'iriitnr  nirctlug.'  lire  held  hi tlie
oililli'llciu-s Hull  uu llie thinl Friday
..I e.ieli monlli nt ;.:.n p. in.   Visiting
luviliruii-i-iM'iliiill. Invlleil
W. l.~. Illnii'v, W.M.; It*. I>. Petti
piece*, Id c. Sese-.j Ur. T. Jeffs, l-'in. Sec; Tnus.
Steed. Ti-i.'iii'ui'ci'.
rem in England anel elsewhere. She
says ihai his versatility is not super-
'lcinl, anel she concludes that in this
respect he compares very favorably
villi the late Mr. Gladstone. Mr.
Oladstono would talk volubly of
music, painting, and .literature, and
'alk, too, ns If what he didn't know
-vas not worth knowing, but in respect,
���it all events, of music his acquaintance with (ho subject was shallow.
On the other hand she has found tha*
���.he Gorman -Emperor is deeply versed
In the subject, and. indeed, in all
other subjects upon whicli she has
heard  him  converse.
ltovicw of tho Grain Trade
Spring- was heralded by bleak.
Crosty weather, tho glass running
down to 13 and 10 degrees of frost in
Uie middle eif the week, the most
.severe we have experienced throughout the winter. Under the influence
of bettor advices from America. a
lather firmer tone pervaded the whoa1
market during the greater part of thc
week. In somo few instances a smal'
rise in price wns established, bu;
towards the end of the week, tra'i'
.vas again inactive and disappointing
lincnurageel by what occurred la .
spring, farmers appear to" have hcU;
their wheat somewhat tightly this-
year and to have missed their market. "We aro scarcely likely to wit-
ii! ss Ibis spring and - early summer
ths extreme buoyancy which prevailed
n year ago, and those who held on i-
nny such hope seem doomed to .grievous disappointment. But lho 'same
reason for holding outdid not prevail
this year as. last and farmers anel
others would have beon well eidviseei
to realize on their stocks, while values
were fairly high. It was known
oi.rly in thc autumn, thnt tho world's-
yield of wheat was a very large one.
but sellers doubted the accuracy ol" th-
figures published and preferred f
wait for a rise with unflagging conll-
���lence. Instead of tile hoped for advance, prices have been gradually
tumbling awav, and the average Is
now two and *a half below what It
was ut the beginning of November.
Unless we have some improvement In
the outlook in America and Canada for
noxt. harvest, within tlie next few
w^eks. ti moderate advance ,may bet
i-ckoneel nn, but at present the position of ihe trade is one " of great
Court   Mt.   Begbie,
I.O.F., N0.3461.
Meets in tho Oild-
fel-nvvH' llall on thi:
Unil mid Ith Fn'eliiy^ of
c-iu-.ii mouth. Vis.ihiK
bruilireu invited to
B. R. Oaiiiphell,    IC. D. .T. O. .Johnson
Olni'f  I-iaiigpr. Itec.-Sec.
of the
City? Revelstoke
T beg to Inform the public
that the Third Annual Directory and Map of the City ot
rcvclstoko will be issued
from tho oflice of publication
on or about thc jst of Mny.
Besides containing a complete
list of the names, occupation
and residence of every male
resident ot Itevelstoke and
vicinity it will contain valuable information concerning North Koolenay. Place
your   order   now.
Remil   to	
Revelstoke, B. C.
These Are Facts
opened up by the .   '
Mineral properties
Diamond Core
The Acme-�����*
BlacTksmlthina-* Jobbins
Plumbing.   Pipe Fitting
Tinsmith; ne
Sheet Iron Work
Machinery Repaired
Mining Work a Specialty.��������&
Revelstoke   Station.
To obtain rupidly Ihu knowledge of the vnhio of rref._ nr U-iIri'h
nothing is to be compared with the Diamond Core Drill, which 'will
prove more iii 30 days th.111 nn outllc of men tunnelling or sinking
shafts could Drove iu ten years.
Tlie Diamond Gore Drill can pierce (he mountains nml   dike the
tecret of what it contains from tlieir very heart?, and lho  more solid
he rock formation, the quicker it will do its woi Ic.
The Diamond Core Drill is so con_t.iK~led that it cm  bo tnkon  l >
pieces and packed on the bucks of horses and carried   and   woi k. d
almost inaccessible places where water can be obtained,���ninl it
be in almost any part ol British Columbia.
For full information and particulars'a|>ply by letter or rn person to
J.    D.    SIBBALD,
Revelstoke  Hospital
Mntiuf-icturers of all kinds of
Aerated Waters-, Soda and Mineral
Waters in Syphons and Bottles.
Factories at Vernon and Revelstoke, B. O.  -,
BI. "J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETORI Drs.  McKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants
Maternity-Room in connection.
Vaccine   kept    on   hand.
From  The  Calgary  Herald
Soon after the Assembly mot Mr.
Bennett ���* . ��� e . for a return showing
the cost of consolidation of the
ordinances. The return has been
been brought do-.vn and it shows tbat
consolidation as they do it at 'Regina is pretty expensive business.
He-re i_> the return.
I-jtuin showing in .1 tail the co?.-.
of consolidating the ordinances ol
ehe Territories, giving names of .ill
liisons to whom money was paid,
and for what purpose. .i.il r. Justice  Wetmore.  * 1000.
Mr   Justice   Richardson   $1000.
C.  C.  HcC'aul.  Q.   C,  J1000.
These accounts were paid these
gentlemen for services as commissioners.
Mr. Justice Weunorc. travelling allowance and subsistence, $131.10.
i, ��� C.  C.  Mct'aul,   travelling allowance
and   subsistence.   S400.
T. Powell, stenograph
commission.*'-1 paid at tin
]>er  month.   S1531.30.
H. A. Robson. preparing index and
other special clerical assistance. %25(l.
R.  B.  Ferguson,  typewriter.  5120.
Martin & I^amont. stationery supplies,  $7.70.
Leader Company, blanks ami ruled
paper. J13.50.
Mr. Justice Richardson, advance for
Incidental   expenses.   $10.
Postmaster, postage stamps. $8.
Dominion Express company 4:*is.
Leader company. printing roll.
Leader company, advance ou work
done. $1000.
Leader company, advance on work
done. $1000.
S. C. Miner, president of the Oranhy
Rubber company "has given $40,000
for the endoivmcn of a chair in the
Congregational   college   at   Montreal.
It is understood that 150 men of
(be Yukon field force are to return
east this summer: tbe other 50 will
remain there for the present. The
Mounted Police are to have their
strength increased by 100 men, so
that it is not unlikely that the 150
will have an opportunity given them
of joining the North West Mounted
Polico ii they so desire. Captain
Burnstall. R. C. A., will remain in
Upper Arrow Lake,
Large light bed  rooms.
Table furnished with
th" choicest, the mnrket
afford-*. Be��t Wines
Liquors and Oigai-s
Rates $1.00 a dny. ' Monthly race. *���
'���-     .1. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.
- 3,
��� ���**
g;  .  ^
JC PAID.UP CAPITAL      -    "     -���        - -      $2,000,000 "Si
5- REST FUND - $1,500,000 ^8
Cl DIRECTOUS:   Wm. Molhiin Maci'ii _iison, Prevlilrnl;  S.   H. I'.winc. Vie-eM'i _.'s!il._iil: ^_J
fc                XV. M. Kamsat, Samuel I'ivi.kv. IIikiiv A111.n111.iLP. J. 1'. I i.s;.-iiioi:.\. " ��
Z��3 . ]|. .MaIIKI,-..!) Moli-ox. ZS&   ���_
tl      - -      F. WoKrKKTO.. Thomas, Genernl Maunder. ^f?
A general banking business transacted,
reiles.    * ,
Interest allowed ut I'lirreiit '^g
J. D. MOLSON. ^ss
'Managkh, K-vi:i.. ii.ki', II.<~.    '"^3
RATES.   $ioq,PSR   DAY
2 ft.'��
"Well Known for Their
Health Giving Properties.
to     the
i:i:e  of  560
"We have just unpacked a very large stock of
Golf Goods which we have inipurted direct from
London. This .stock includes thc following nnd
players may now depend upon liciriy aolc to secure
their supplies at reasonable prices:
Wood Clubs, all kinds for right or left hand player-
"Wood Heads do . do
Iron Clubs <
'Extra Shalts
(rolfP.all Tresses
Golf Balls (���'Agi*ipj-a,:;
.Score Cases
Brass Ball Cleaners (with sponge}.
Painting Compendium?;      Golf Hall Paint
India Rubber Tecs.
Mail orders will   receive our most   careful
and    prompt   attention.
ioih Hotels Opgii for'the Wiriter
Tlie Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily.
A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers
and the. Springs.
Good Accommodation both  at   thc   Springs   and at
the Landing.
Good accommodation. A. gooi bur
well supplied villi cLcicc wines
liquors and cigars.
Free Bus Meets All Trains
Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free.
Sl.i.") per day.
M.    BROWN,
Captive Balls   (for practice.)
Golf P.ngs (Gadflies).
'Lureka'' and -���Silvei'town"').
!Itides f.f Golf.
1 �������
Hotel Ferguson
Ferguson, B.C,
JiKriT Acf'O.MjroDATIO.V
Rates $2 Pep  Day.
Facto *y.
MnnufnctU'-ers of
and Dealers In       imu-'
S.i��li, Ilnor*. Tnrninc*. I'linlli". (V.rner
lllci'lcR. MmilelinK- ..full kinel*. Fnni'r
ilnht.'A ninl Verandah *"*..rk. Bracket},
i.f every description nindu to order.
Stun; nml eufl.-e Flltiii����. "Vineloir
Kr:ini''.'��, with pasli fitted a ��].ee-ialty.
All tlie l;it.__>t mn.c'liiiier. . Dry kiln on lie
premise.", e'ltll nml yet yricw l#cfor
ifoinsr elsewhere.
E tt-S T O
Do  You  ttt&nt  a   Home  in   This] Onocuing    mining  and
I^ailcuay  Centre  ?
The C. & K. s'eam'Navigation Company have s:>m_ of them
lighlful piopprty in llevelstoke.    It is charmingly   situated,   handy   to
to any portion of the town.    Come and enquire about it at once.    Easy
tcrmB if necessary.
HAIG St CftfllG. Sole Agents
.Wholesale and Retail Dealer in. /	
J PRIAe beef, pork,
Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Kevelstoke
llevelstoke Station,.Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson
Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Tront Lake
Saddle    and     Pack
always for hire.
Freighting  and  Teaming
Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock
for Trout Lake Gity.    For particulars write
CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing.
^';l $������������������'���������  IE  ENGLISH AND AMERICAN   WARSHIPS  RRING  GERMAN  CAPTAIN  SENSES  TO       HIS  A CURIOUS SCENE   IN   THE BRITISH  I .     COMMONS  THE PLAGUE RAGING IN INDIA  20,000 Ficii His Leave  For the -'Slates.  KAMLOOPS MURDERER CAUGHT  ������,  $������������������_  ren*  fS.'  Li'"~  C.  P.  A   Serious   Revolt   in   the    Island    of  Madagascar-  Ottawa. April- 20.���������Yesterday boing  the first private member's clay the  whole afternoon was taken up in answering ciueslions.  It was stateel by ministers Hint ths  plebiscite cost SlSii.601 nntl ilm Anglo-  American   commission   ?33,GGH.  The premier spoke feelingly on the  subject as to why should not a Biilish subject write to thc pope or any  one else if he wants to. Thfs was  in answer to Mr. Cn-.grain re Manitoba schools.  Tho Western Grain delegation was.  cngageel in conference* nearly all elay  with Commissioner Miall. of the inland revenue department, ami Western member's of parliament. A bill  is being drafted to cover the views ot  thc Winnipeg men, as they have-been  practically conceded to be fair aiul  just.  ���������EXODUS FROM QUEBEC  Montreal, April 19.���������The exodus of  Canadians to the Nt-w England-Siatcb  this spring is the heaviest for many  years .autl is causing the. iinniigra-  tion ollicers some uneasiness. Thc  liuckwartl spring in Canada, lifghei  wages and tmp-.oveil 'outlook for  manufacturing in the states, arc the  causes which have led to the move  ment. It is estimated that almost  20.000 persons, a large, proportion ol  ���������whom arc French * Canadians, havc-  crosscd the line this spiing.  "WORK OF INCENDIARIES  Washington. April' 20.���������Consul  Ayone reported to the state department yesterday from Pointe Pitro in  ���������Jaiitleloup.e. that fires, alleged to have  been incendiary started lit midnight  last night in that town anel 16 squares  near the consulate were burneil. Four  hundred houses " were 'consumed. 30  lives lost and 2000 porsns rendered  homeless. Tho loss will approximate  milious.  '   MURDERER   CAUGHT      -  -  Vancouver. -April 20.���������The Indian  Casiinir. murderer of Phiiip Walker,  was arrested on the reserve opposite  ihe town this afternoon. He surrendered quietly without firing 0rf  his remaining cartridges.  SIR CHARLES NEARLY RUN OVER  Ottawa. April 20��������� Sir Charles Tupper, Bart., had a narrow escatie from  what might have been a serious feculent yesterday. Ho was driving  flown Elgin avenue from tlie House o"i  Commons in the afternoo when hi<*  horse struck the wet pavement on  bparks street, slipped and foil diiectly  in .front of nn approaching electric  car. Sir Charles jumped ciit of the  IIs and ran t0 the sidewalk. 1^11*.  the car stopped within a few feet of  the horse.  FILIPINOS SCORE.  _ ���������Washington, April 20.���������Tho following despatch was received here* last  night from Admiral Dewev: Manila  April 19���������Lieutenant Gilmbre and IJ  of tho crew bolonsring to tlio U S  cruiser  Yorkton  were    captured  ves-  _tcrday__.bj-^Ei]iplnos.���������-=-TheIr-fat6^is-  unknowu.  MURDERED SENTENCED  Hamilton; April 20.���������Benjamin Pa*.*-  rott, Jr.,' was found guiltv of murdering his mother anel was sentenced lo  hang on June 23rd.      '  REVOLT  OVER A HAREM     ��������� *  Paris, April 20.���������Advices from yUl-  agascar  say. a. formidable  rovo.t  h.i.*-1    F.   W.   Downer   of   Luthbridco   ha;  broken out, against. French- atu.iorif-. I beou  appointed  U.  S.  consul  at  lhat  R.  FAST SERVICE TO START \U  MAY  Victoria, April 21.���������Stamer Aori-  tangt bii*:gj intelligence of tho nr-  lest of tho Ctipmln of tho German  warship Kalko, nt Apia by tho Captain of 11.M.S. Porpoise for supplying  arms to Mataafa. It is reported thai  the United States ship Philadelphia  unci the Porpoise lie on cither side  of the Fallic anel threaten to blow  hor out of tho water if sho moves. .  HOUSE   OF  COMMONS  Ottawa. Ap-.-il 21.���������This was an-  ollitr privnte members day in the  House of Commons. Charlton's bili  to raise the age of consent iii seduc-  ion cases from Hi to IS years of age  ���������was   read   a  second* time.  Douglas' bill to regulate llio trade  in grain in Manitoba and the Territories  was road   a  second  time.  A    POLITICAL   EXCITEMENT  Mi'.nitou, Man., April 21.���������Greal ���������excitement, exists in- lown today over  tho refusal of Registration Clerk Slovens to allow .lolin .I.Slivcns to renin in  in his ollice. Stivon was placed there  by the Conservative association and  was forcibly turned ouL this morning by the clerk, who produced tin:  ���������nitliority from (he attorney gcnei-al'.  elepart-.aont for committing the outrage  LIBERAL ELECTED  Brockviilo, April 21,���������The result of  today's bye elejcllon foi-' the House  ���������*.t Commons 1c_ult1_.1l iu tlie return of  CJcmslock (Liberal) over White (Conservative) hy a majority of 2-13.  SUDDEN KLOP  'London,Apiil 21.���������A. curious scone  H'turicd at question time in lhe  Houso cf Commons yesterday. .lames  Maclean. Conservative member for  Cardiff distiict. who i:- biterly antug-  a"i*-tic to thy Lillian countervailing  luties 0:1 sugar, commenced questioning the sscrotavy of stato for India  Lord Georgo Hamilton, in an" Irritating*.maniier.forwhich ho wa3 frequently called to order b> ministerialists  and tho speaker. Finally ���������turning angrily to the ministerial benches. he  shouted:, -'lf the Unionists <"clo not  want mq I can'join the opposition.''  Suiting tho uction to the woi els he  ciossecl over tb the Opposition nencurs  whoro ho was received wilh a storm  of Liberal applause.  TORONTO'S WOMAN LAWYER  Toronto. April 21.���������Miss Clara Brett  Martin; Ontario's only lady lawyer,  made'her first appearance in the high  court today appearing in a suit at the  civil assizes. Moreover she won her  caso. She appeared for the defendant in an action for the recovery of  1 balance of 5500 alleged to bo due  cn account of a mir.itig slock deal.  The case was dismissed. lt is ��������� the  fi-st caso won by a woman lawyer  in Canada.  FASHIONABLE WEDDING  London, April 21.��������� Lady Primrose,  daughter of tho Earl of Roseberry,  was married to Earl Crewe yesterday.  DAY TRAINS  FOR  CALGARY   -  Mcntredl,' April 21.���������The fasl service 0:1 tie main lino of the C. P. R.  will b_ inaugurated about tho middle of May.,Between Winnipeg and  ���������.ha coast the time occupied will bc-  ���������jl hours.  '    .QulTls  RIGHT.   EonaBnTApriI SlT^EaVi ofXbei-cieVcn  at a meeting of the Colonial Institute  yesterday referred to-tho wisdom of  Biilish journals appointing their own  reliable correspondents in'Canada, Instead of dope-ding cn news from the  American  Press  association.  Fatal Accident  in Winnipeg���������  Lady Crushed to Death~  Filipinocs     Capture   Yankee     Officers  and Men  New York, April 17.���������A despatch  to tho Herald from Hong Kong says:  "Thousands of Chinese advanced toward the British camp at Taipohu on  Monday and fired several rounds of  artillery at an ineffective range.  Major Goneral Goscoigne, whose forco  Is less than 300. ordered the Asiatic,  artillery to engage the enemy, who  occupied the surrounding hills, with  shrapnel. Thoy drove the Chinese out  and the Indian Infantry advniiee.l  the Chinese retiring several miles,  burning villages. * The Chincses losses are unknown, as they carry away  thoir dead. With the exception of  his staff General Gascoigne utilizes  only Indian troops. Hong Kong is  guarded by volunteers and the XX-'-'-  Fusiliers. ���������  AUTHOR OF  CYRANO  London, April 19.���������A Paris despatch announces that Edmond Ros-  ttnd.autlior of Cyrano de Bergerac has  become mentally deranged as .the  result of prolonged insomnia.  HOUSE  OP  COMMONS  Oltawa, April 19.���������Tho long drawn  out debate on the address terminated  last night when the amendment of  Jlr.. Bertram to the amendment carried on a vote of 701 to 48. lion.  John Costigan voted with tbe government.  TERR10LE  ACCIDENT  IN  *   WINNIPEG  AVinnipeg, April 19.���������A lady was  killed hero last night on Main street  while riding a bicycle! A' team of  horses hitched to a load of cordwoon  started to run away. Tho victim of  tho accident is Mrs. George Middle-  Ion, who attempted to pass towards  Centre street. Sho fell beneath the  horses' feci and was terribly .crushed  by the wheels of the heavily loaded  wagon. Mis Grieve, her sister, had  a narrow escape. The unfortunate  woman was removed to Dr. Baird's  oflico, where she expired in-a few  minutes. Her husband runs the  elevator in the Bank of Ottawa building. The driver of tho team was  thrown to tlie sidewalk and seriously   injured.  GRAIN   INSPECTION  Ottawa, April 19.���������Delegations regarding grain Inspection were heard  today by the members of the government. The Western grain men succeeded in having all thoir resolutions adopted with slight" changes.  Hie Winnipeg delegates will meet the  Western members and draft a bill  .arrylng out tho changes'" suggested  and present it to the minister of Inland revenue, as showing what thoy  desire. It approved by Mr. Joly it  will ho adopted as- a government  measure. ''  QUARTER OF A MILLION DEATHS  Bombay. April 19.���������"According ��������� to  statistics gathered regarding ho bubonic -plague it has l-iacn* established  that thero* have been 250,000 deaths  recorded in India since its beginning.  These figures however aro undoubl-  edlv below the actual total, as the  natives are known to hav? concealed a large number of deaths. Bombay presldencv suffered most, being  responsible, for 134,000 deaths, without counting thosa which occurred  in thc city of Bombay.  .MISSIONARIES - BLAMED  Loii'don. April 19.���������Henry Labouchere, of Truth, says that the blame for  the Samoan troubles rested with the  London   Missionary   society.  AMERICANS CAPTURED;  New Yo*.k, April 19.���������Filipino insurgents have captured several officers and men of the cruiser Yorkton.  CHINA OPENS A**BAY  London, April 19.���������China will open  San *Muu  bay  to      trade,  thus forestalling Italy "s_ demands.  PERTINENT FACTS  RE  THE   WORKING    OF     THE  N. W.  LIQUOR   LAW  LAWTON RETIRES  .Washington, April 18.���������General  Law-ton has evacuated the villages  ho had "taken in the Philippines and  has withdrawn his forces to Manila.  on the east coast of the Island, as t'. -  result of the conduct of the Fi "-i.-l;  agents thoro. One of these, it is re-  ported, recently corraled all lh,. yirlV-  in the neighborhood for his harem.  ���������Another agent is accused of confiscating native property and raiding  the ranches. ?  MOLINEUX .GOES   FIU2E  New   York,   April       20.���������Veoline*.iy  charged hero with the murder of Mrs.  Kate   J.   Adams,   was   dismissed - ves  terday.  Eggs sold as high as GO cents a  dozen in Indianapolis during the last  cold snap whicli froze the lieu fruit  in the bud.  A motion hats heen made by the  crown for a change of venti in tho  case of the queen vs. Ponton, chargetl  ���������with complicity in the bank robbery  at Napanee. Judgment will be given  next week.  Vancouver World: A. McBrido, of  Calgary, arrived in Vancouver on  Tuesday and will tako up permanent residence here. Mr. McBride was  until recently in the hardware business at Calgary, and  Rossland.  Macleod Gazette: It is reported in  ���������usually well informed circles that  James Hill, manager of the Groat  Northern railway, proposes to' run a  hranch of that line from Macleod to  tho international boundary, following the route for -which the C. & 13.  point.  Cattle shipments which have been  made rroin Lacombe this spring already amount to  19 cars.  A Lebanon, Pennsylvania.' woman  died lasl week after suffering for 2,-*  years from a pin wliich sho swallowed  A Kentucky woman has secured a  judgment of $700 from a man who  kissed lier when she didn't want him  to   do  so. .  Twenty-five placer claims have been  located oii the townsite of Greenwood  City, B.C., and groat excitement is  said to prevail.  "Waterloo, Out., has carried a bylaw to purchase a waterworks plant,  from a private company and enlarge  it.  ��������� The Ford-Thames party supposed to  have boon lost wilh tho! yacht Thistle  is safe at Albert bay, according to a  Victoria despatch.  Los Augeles.Cal., chamber of commerce is trying to raise SS000 to pay  an artificial rainmaker to coax a  sprinkle from tha sky.  A Pennsylvania man gave a, hoy  a cent for returning to him a lost  pocketbook containing $300. He evidently believes honesty is its own reward.  11  II is satisfactory to learn from  Ottawa that th government intends to  secured   a charter.    This   would   give  ^Z-^^ a^XWta  important matter.  Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper denies  Ihe truth of the sU-.tement wired from  Oltawa that he was about to leave  for  Cotiser-  a competing line to British Coulmbia  nnd the coast.  Wm. Mackenzie and D.D.Mann were;  'defendants last week at Ottawa  In a  suit brought against them by the Al-   .   .      ,       .... ,    .-  herta. Railway & Coal company to re- ro,,,?������l1 "������ lL-u* ���������* '"  cover $100,000 for steel rails and'vf"1V0 P"������������������ ������������' ��������������� c-  rolling stock otipplied for the* Canada It is announced that the main line  Yukon railway. When the. senate'of the Northern Pacific in Manitoba  threw out tho deal last, session. Mac-1 is to bu extended northwesterly to  Kenzle & Mann cancelled the ordor. I I'.irtle, with spur lines to Rapid City  jrudginent was reserved. jnnd  Brandon.  THE BRIT SH* MEMBERS  OF THE PEACE CONFERENCE  Lord Cromer and Sir Julian Paun-  fote will be the British delegates at the  International Peace ' congress. No  better choice could have been made.  Both are strongmen and with diplomatic record that cannot fall to  command  attention,  nnd  give  weight  to their recommendations. Lortl  Cromer's success in Egypt has gained  11 im a world wide reputation,while  Sir Julian Pauncefoto, in Washington  his discharged his duties In a manner  that has won the confidence, not only  of his own countrymen, but of Americans. Neither of these delegates  is likely to be influenced by unattainable" ideals, and each will be able  to present in a practical form tlie  views of the government. It is no  secret that Lord Salisbury is hopeful  that something may be accomplished  In tho direcion of arbitration, thougn  he does not share the dreams of the  advocates of the Czar's scheme for  an arrest of armament.  Bank of British North America has  cpened a branch at Atlin, B. C.  Dominion government has disallowed an ordinance regarding the  legal profession iri the Yukon and has  passed another amending the same  The ordinance disallowed, provided'  that a barrister or advocate had to  practice six months in the office of  11 local firm in the Yukon before he  was ^entitled 10 he admitted to practice i*~ thc courts. There were certain fec-s to be paid in addition to  the production of e.vldence that the  applicant was a member of the profession in one* of the provinces of  Canada.' or the North West Terriorles.  1- - - ���������-*���������'<*->' tr, the ordinance being recast, the principal party preventing  1 p. harrister from practicing-before be-  I ine six months Ir. the Yukon has  I born struck out.  Some of the Inspectors Inactive-  Drunkenness too Prevalent ��������� Pro  h.j~ited Hours  a Dead Letter  Kegina, April 10.���������The deputation  from the temperance people, wailliif;  i.l'on the members of the North West  government several days ugo, prcscnt-  i'ii Into't-'iiiliiK. Information 011 the nei-  iiiiiiistrulloii uf tin.- Territorial lleitiur  laws. A short time ugu llio cciiirul  ni. ijlscliu committee* for * llie Norm  Wi mi ToiTlloi'le.'- iilijlze-'el Its ui'SfuniKU-  lii'ii to obtain llio liil'orniiitlon. A  si Hus of nine imeslloiis were uil-  Urcsseel to each local comnilttci.'. Tho  eruditions \ve*re us follows:  1. Is there in your district uny illicit sollinij of liquor by unlicensed  in rsons?  2, Is there* any selling by licensees  during prohibiten  hours*.'  ;i.   is there any selling to minors''  ���������1.    Are   the   Interdicted   sections      of  lho ordinance put in force,- if so,  wilh  ���������.vhat   result?    -  5. is there much visible ilriiiilien-  i-.ess? It' so what means tire taken to  e_c>i>o ,with  the evil?  6. What is being dono to enforce tliu  existing, law?  7. Have you 11 police of any kind?  S. Do the temperance organization:!  do anything to assist in carrying out  lh" law?  I). Havo you any suggestions lei  make as to the best means of causing  iho law to be effectively carried out'.'  Answers to these questions weru  sent from 11 centres covering tha  whole of thc Territories. . Those an-  ftiors are interesting, important, in  many respects gratifying, and in  other respects quito the contrary. In  regard to the selling of liquor by unlicensed persons there appears to be.  quite a respect for the law in the  matter. The; practice does not seem  to obtain anywhere. At .Medicine Hat  llie-ro is but the faintest suspicion  t>C-such .1 practice, while-the. .possibility of; it on the dining car at Maple  Creek is but hinted at*. There uru  equally faint suspicions at Olds, Alberta, Anthracite, Alberta, and Este-  van, Ass-. From nil other points  ionic a "No" more or less emphatic.  Lhough hero and there, where thero  are wholesale licenses,- a retail tradei  is carried on, but as one of the reports says, -'It is difficult to nail  them." There had'been some illicit  selling al Pincher Creek, but' the report says the police were active, got  convictions and  put 11 stop  to  it.  The abovo is gratifying. Not so  however, the replies to the question:  ���������'Is there any. selling during prohibited  hours?" Tlio answers show that  breaches of the law in .this respect are  llie ;riilp and not the exception. Even  at places where the evidence is not  positive the suspicion is strong. 'Tha  reports of such are "frequent," says.  Olds: "it is almost unan.niiqiis.li-. .believed nnd reported that tliere-Is" says  Mcohc -Taw and Regina; "have reason  to believe there : is," says Oxbow,  Assa.: "circumstances would lead lo  thai conclusion" i.s the report' from  Smith Edmonton; "it is understood"  so," comes from Pincher * Creek,  Yorkton, Fleming, Wapelia, Estevan  and other places. An emphatic*"yes"  conies from by far Ihe majority of  places, including Sinfaluta. Prince  Albert, Calgary, Whltewood, Medicine  Hat. L'arnduff, Lethbridge, while  Ijiinff reports that "no hours seom to  he? prohibited." ' Tt is pleasing to  turn to a different picture. At Crescent Lake there are no complaints of  any lapses Inl this respect, while nt  Olden. Assa.. Saltcoats and Klnistino.  Busk., similarly favorable reports come  lo hand. Cottonwood, near Regina.  seems to bo a model place. No  liquor goes into tho place, no man Ih  r-vc-r seen drunk: the temperance organization is strong and they have no  complaints of uny lcind to make, they  thank God thiit il is so. and fire willing to do all they can to make other  localities  like unto their own.  Another pleasing feature is that 110  liquor is sold to minors, and..the utmost complaint is that at one place 11  minor  is  a  bar  tender. As   to  th.(  Interdicting Sections    ��������� ���������  of tlie ordinance, lhey do nol seem  lo be very widely availed of. In many  places their existence is not known,  and as to the success of , them, thu  cpinions pro and con are ubont-equal.  All, however, who have said anything  rq all ,on .the subject lament llio.dlf-.  "Acuity nf obaining a conviction for  procuring liquor for an interdicted  person on account of the almost impossibility of proving guilty know-  lodge; The answers on the interdict-  ins sections discover great ignorance  of law, an instance ol" which " is tho  statement that' the interdiction of a  man "was withdrawn too soon to say  what the result what miphl have  been." This was at Indian'Head and  it will puzzle both Premier Hauitain  and his able deputy, Mr. .Hugh Hobson, lo fathom the procedure ln thu  case referred  to.  The answers as to the prevalence of  visible drunkenness are disheartening,  because only 20 out of the _4 report  that there is a great deal, and 22 report not much, yet seven of. the latter  places are feir removed from any  liquor shops, and only see drunkenness when persons return from thu  nearest towns. The great fact, is lhat  wherever liquor Is sold there* visible drunkenness is sadly too common. 1* 4Ji ���������-ii-iJ'iSJS'  As to the means taken or to be taken  to cope with the evil, as inquired for  by sections i> and Si, the matter Is ono  that  demands  much  consieleratlon.  First, as to the means at present in  cDeration. ��������� There is an almost unanimous opinion that proper persons arc.  noi appointed license inspectors. It  Is reported that they are cither Incompetent, or they have no sympathy  with the work lhey are expected to  do. Whitewood and Medicine Hat  report that they "try" to get the inspectors to get a move on...- Calgary  saj*s "it we had a better inspeeitor  atmething might be done;" in Indian  .Head the Inspector "never sees anything;" at Wolseley, "the giiardians of  the law are invisible when they are  wanted;" "the license inspector has  not done his duty" flatly declares -a  second report from Calgary; at Moose  Jaw there is an inspector "who look's  alter the matter somewhat;" from  Prince Albert conies thc strange report that the officers themselves aro  In league with the liquor traffic, and  it is left to the preachers to lay Informations; whilo .-is to Medicine lint  ���������tell it not in Oath, publich it not In  the streets of Askolon���������it. is ileclared  that the license inspector - scorns to  favor  liquor.  Police Are Vigilant.  It is appropriate to mention here  that the answers returned show that  wherever there is a police, especially  a N. W. M. P., tliere the law is as ii  rule carried out and the stato of the  locality from a temperance point of  view is comparatively satisfactory.  There are exceptions to this rule, but  generally speaking, all the Information  that weas received on this head eoes  to show that what is rr-ally wanted Is  more general police supervision.  Revelstoke   %  REAL  ESTATE  S STIFFENING  The Lardeau railway is assured.  Steamboat communication with  the Big Bend and Canoe River  gold fields is being* pushed forward.   A great future is opening  up before  The City of Revelstoke  Now is the  time to take hold of  the remaining chances of bargains  in business and residential  property.  These are some properties  we are handling  S700 will buy two line bu^mes lot's " -tnil 8, li'nck 10, on first street. 50  by 100 1'eot.    Opposite li. 1'. L*������iti|jit:t:tf'.- resilience.     E isy terms.  $250 eas.li will buy two nice lotf, 50 by 100, nearly opposite Sampson':*  house.   Li >ts 3 and 4, Block 11. . "  $'?50 will b-.iy a lot 25x100, next l.lio F.onf- St Vost Oilift*.  $1000 will buy a block. 75x1$) on Campbell Avenue*. ~ ""'  $1000 will buy a lot 25x100 in the cuntrc of the bu-iness part of Mackenzie Avenue*.  $700 will hny two lot1;, G and 7,'block 0, 50x100 opposite C. B. Hume &  Co.'s ware bouse on CunipbeU Avenue.  $1000 will buy a bousu aod-lot 9.block -10, on Third Street. Five rooms  bath rooni and pantry. $100 down mid balance ou time to suit  purchaser.   Tlid lot is 50x100.  $:J,300 will buv-a-block I'mutinR on First St. npi osito tl-.e Imppriai  B ink. . S;z-~ 100x150x75. Corner (Jonnuu*iht Aveuitd and First  S". Tlie U. P. It. tiding i-uiiValoiig onti aide. A splendid business location.      , -',  $2000 will buy a binine5"! block 50x100 fronting on First St., between  the two banks.    A fine site I'or a bu-intst hou*~<~.  Grogan &. Oo. are handling some of the finest  mining propositions in the  Big Bend, Lardeau and  FishCreek camps of North  Kootenay. Full particulars obtained and furnished about mining claims in  the District.  CnrneB   Creek  Consolidated   and   Great   Western Mines  0 -        Limited, at 25 ecut-j.  #  <#  FIRIS INSURANCE���������We nre ap-cnts for It. V. Rithet & CV=-. coin panics.  MONEY TO LOAN  Canvassing agents for the Erjuitablo Savings, Loan aud  Building Association. No membership fees. No necessity  to take shares. No fines. The association offers a  straight loan repaid in monthly instalments. Can be paid  off altogether after two years.  &CO  IMPERIAL BW  ' OF 0/VNADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,080  Reserve     -   -  ���������-    -   1,200,008  Directors: ..  H. S. Howland   President  T.R.Merritt,VicePrei~..(8ut_-tharinM)  William Ramsay, Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Kyan,   T. Sutherland SUyij. r  Elias Rogers,  D. Ft. Wilkie. Genernl Manager,  Branoboe  North Wt'E*. and British ColumhU  Kranrloo  Calgary  I5_mnn_r>n  P.u-tagp la  Prairie  Prince Albert  V������neouY������~ '  Winnipeg  RovnUtokt  -���������South 15 liuonton. Nrlson,'B.  ONTARIO.  Niagara Falls  Port Colborne  Rat Portage  Essex  Fergus  Gall,  In^l'T-^nll  List u .ie'I  .Sault St. Marie  I.St, (laiiharinca  St. lhoma-  Toronto  Welland  Wnoetntock  Hamilton  Montreal, Quebec*.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of .*i_l anel upwards received and  intert^t allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial," Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Eurejpe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, N~r~*  Zealand, etc  Gold  Purchased  This Bank Issues Special ftecnlilta  which will be accounted for at any of  the Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts ln tha  Yukon ank northern districts.  a: r. b. he ark.  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BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  W.   F.    Anderson*,  Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson. -<  K. J. Coyle, District Passenger  Ageut, Vancouver.  J. R. Hull  & Company  Butchers * and  Retail Dealers in Heef..Pork ete  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOK.Z  A11 orders in onr line prom  filled   Wo Hav   a Good Supply of  Address :   Revelstoke.  Office :   Herald Office.  Code :   Moreing    Neill.  #^������#������^^ ^#^������#������#*#������#������#  Building  Material  'ana Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CAS  C.\Haiise_��������� ii. Wj-nnflryou  REVELSTOKE SAW MilLS  Revelstoke Station. B. C  T cs__;__rrt..?&_;  Wanted; ;'-:::"r  Norn is the lime  Blouse Goods  are icanted and   ive  have Jusl  received  a  beautiful.range  in  Zephyrs, Sateens, Piques, Faney  Ginghams, Elc,   They are all  in   dainty   colors   and  pretty  patterns.    The price* run from  lento   twenty-five cents, which  makes tlicm  extra good values  Wc  also   show   some snajis in  black Brortvie and plain Lustre  :���������_'...   skirts,fahng  with  aj'cry  fi������c  assortment of linen starts, these  ' with all the  newest novel lies in  :    , Bells,    Gloves, Hosiery,   Etc,,  s'-iould make a vi-dt lo our slorc.  profitable.  Millinery.  Dressmaking. ^&  < The 'Cash- Bazaar:  LITTLE THINKS  7 XV. IIKLDRUM  3IOWS0S BLOCK..       -  MANAO.EIl. ������������������ . ���������  '-���������? ~i|c:KEXZIE-AVE_  Tlio Lyceum Co. nl tliu opera' houso  tonight.  .T,���������. .13,,,'Uc ol rout Luke. Oily, len T]lis U;, ;.lllt:(i esUol, we.h*oni.  lust night lor All,.,. so nine-li about is a. nasty mil to crne-k.  The Troul. Lake.City Oddfellows will ! Aiul un John Houston of tliu Nels:in  holel their annual church parade next j lYilnme says: "Itis liaril to ho con-  Simdny. sislent.    Few  people  will  allow any-  XV. Cowan left this morning for  tlu. \tM"S,to i,,l';,"rul-'' u'iUl -,'lu>il'  f l!c~Hil1  l.nrdeaii  .���������otintrv to  Us up   Ihe   tele- j i"t<*i���������ts..   A man may   he  a  howling  * j ail vocal n   ol   prohibitum, .-yet  were  a  | eli.-4.iHer or brewer to  e-il'er  him  a job  i I'onlr.ii'l he woulel   not refuse!  it.  phone   line    between   Onniapli..  Trout Lake anil Ferguson.  One iiiiliieiki'il fur result of the Alien  law was recently oxoinplUied iu Ash-  '���������riil't when";nt lhe last county cniirt. ill.  (Uiiiiaincn.applied   lu  becnine  I-Sri I ish  Sill'ji'fl s.  Tlie' May number.of I helVlinonlnris  i.alleel the (voiniiietii'i'iiii'iit Number,  .-ili'firiliiig ii clear prospect nf the whole  lii'ltl eif fashion. The literary features  are I horoughly enjoyable ami the  hoiisi'liolil anil social discussions crisp  anil piquant.  Ol>,--'J    Ul      >.i>l/ii-rli_U  Royalty Lodge Inaugurated and the  ? Members     Celebrate   : Their    Annual  Dinner. '_��������� ��������� ���������  Last nighl?wns nn eventful one in  t he history oft lie newly fonneelvftpy-  i.lt'y Lnils'.'  eif the. Sons? ol'.-'.Kngliinel  THE  ^^^,fM;i0.'Mt''0-- TheiproiiceiliugsComiiieiiceirwilh?,lhe  ���������etir��������� tl: "lJ__.__T5.tS 'A _. -3 "i&fr initiation   of  new^, members?Iinel?  lhe  \f=^-i ���������������������������^>.:U'..<L>.'i2=y*i=  xizr.iLz  Thi? vceir wil'llie hanellcl bv the Cn'nhilii' Drui;  i. Hook C:o. Thev (tn-n first class wlic-l'���������cmi  lk; had in .H/fesreiu.colors, nm! at reasonable  j.rires. Don't, purchase before seeing; those  wheels, y - "?    .'���������'������������������.��������� ���������'������������������'��������� .- .' '"-.  )K CO  THE CANADArBRUG &  .::���������''������������������__?-:    ' limited:--..-'--:? :?;..:  .CHAS. R. McDONAI.D, Manager. ���������?;������������������ .-','.  McKEKZlE   AVE;.?  KEVELSTOKE   STATION.  COMING EVENTS,  . unil -29��������� Tlie*:-Iiycqiiiii  : in.v-.Tappiiig's-::."��������� opera'  April 20.  27.  2;  -Theatre "Co.  .house. y  ���������'-���������April-,?25.^Otldfellow'srcliuicbiin- ?Tnp-  ??ping's opera'house. ?;: '"���������'?.:?y'y?.? "--.y-"���������??.':  :M;iy:2iV-rC;ili'eloiii.'in?.spoiis?-n  ���������"{viiiispicesof'tiie St.?Audiew's Se~c*ict.y.  LOCAL" AHD:;?GENERAEM:HEWS  Others again have exalted ideas on  morality..,yd ' they aie. not aliove  accepting work from tluiso who?nre  believed To lie immoral. .People should  pi-ieliee What they preach or epiit  pieaehiug."  ?-..'_E. L. Kih;i.n.-iii';.left?fbi- TrpiitLitkejpn  TiTesdity iiiorni.'ig. ??:--'-::-?v";:fU  ~'f'<"f::f  ? *S.?;by? Saunders : is-lititt;u*r):::\yitii? an  * attack of hi grippe?       .'? ? ??;  ���������?y ??'' Al 1 t lie Coinf oris eif H o i n e. - iit'.. I li e  ��������� cipeia house tonight. -?f-f'-'f .__?  * Be v. 11. .Fieiines :.'CiUiCon:. .lc:Cyes';?.f;-i'  -:'ViihcouV.ei-..by?tT)tlay's.iNi).;;:l;/",?  ;;?.??'?  ���������";  T.JD. Pickartl has lelitrncd  to_?towir;  after spending the v.*iliter in Kossland.  '?-������������������,Sir?."Chai-les yHibbert-Tiipperywent  through ;. on.^/Siinilay.;': liitiriiing ?lo  ??Ottawa;_-  )'/UU:''f',.7 :'U'���������''''7:' -. :?--':'- -''?.  y??M!*.y}icI,;_iinanyof:' ?tlio -? Windsor.  hotel. Trpnt Lake City,   was in   town  '-;? yesterday.?-:/?-?y??y??:.->:?.--y'���������;:?-,??;?;??���������??:?--'  ���������'"  ��������� "J..' G.; HtiU'Hisoii is  <-tai*tili'g  a.--Av.ooil  ;?ya;i1 opjiosite. the Cily.-hotel. y.He.  is  ? clearing it touay.       . ���������?*.?._ ?>: ;_���������.:, ? ?  : ..The Cor! iin rnilwrty t-hai-ter? will not  ybe asked ��������� 'for,'.;at  this   sessioii" of-tlie  Domiiiiob parliiiiiient. '.;'"���������" ,. *."'fff,  ���������'. W-.''Holloway ciime up -co Satur.*]ny  fi:orn?Ft'rg'itsoii'.��������� iuicl went J:o Calgary  on Siiniluy nu.iii.iiig tin' business.? ;  ~~~Tiie' i'o'i'vc says lltaifCl!_r?;i~~~iTr^SrrTgr  ir.ipnil to? yigi?.ri*.iis!y.���������'^(leyclpp ? the  showings   uisi-o.vc-ie.tl  oil   thtiir  group.  .'iavtlaiL .?, "??-'.'y"      ry\:Ur-'7/.7fr'.'rf'.  ilecliciitio.n of.I he. loelge by. tlie .District  Depiily Grain!,? Hey; 11. ,?F. ?Cliiitnn:  Twenty-live members were* iui fiat eel  and     the     following, 'ollicers'- were  installed:���������'���������,*.; ? ,..    -. ?T.;Ky?L. Taylor., piv'sident- *\V. C���������'.'.  ���������Wats'on,;- viee-pi-esideiif;: li.? A^ai'ii.es.  see-rutiiry'j P. A. .Riches, treasurer;? .1 as.  Gill, chaplain: III.. Jlarshiillsay. WniiLli-  ci;s. P.P. Clarke.-T/SkiniicivWilliiims,  11. :B:i:kIey. ??: f ff 'r^U'rU UU 9:':?'::'-;  OooiiiiiUec: : \Y.?Lawrenct*,? 1 nsidp  Guard; . S. Smith,-Oiitsiele'Giiard; I'I.  "Aliirsliail'say,:::" Suiitliersy?Dr.? Cross,  trustee������s;?l?)i\ Oi'Viss.yljodge Siirgeoiv.?-?.?  ???.After t he? proceedings ?al, ?llie? loelge;  i'C"eiiii?wbi'eLover, which-.',.\viis.. not till  jiea ri y? i n ill niglit; .,tlie,?.-.iii'oViil)i'rs':::.'acl-'  .joitrii^tVli.it.lie. ?\zi^  .spieiielid eliiiiii.'i-?; y.*as?clishbd? tip : by  Mine Most.;UrU:HPei'ksy ��������� The*;?.tiVbies;  ivciri;^ iuost? t;istofiilly?l,-iicl out? a'nd ?,lhi?  (���������iiei.kery .aneV...sC'i'viee. /rei'i.ec'li'd-gi.-i'.'it  credit?? nir the? management '.'of.: this  popukir?, house.:".;The ?:intinn:v.'iis as  I'eillbws":.'.?:??-?-.'. . ,?v???-~?.?;"?? f.:-:7f.f7;'f ?���������?'::'?  y'?:???"y'S-'y>y:?^yK.ter.Geiektail''yS  Turtle Heuip ���������?'���������:';??? Hare Soup*y: .  ,; Be iii ed Sturgeon,A iichnvy,.S;nit.-o; :?".  SHceeVTolli.���������iioes-Shl'iI!lpSalac'l?TA'ttllce  ? yl-iaciissee'.'of.Spring Chicken? ???.  ���������?-.?���������?' ?���������:???.?'��������� ..Oyster Pal ties;. ���������_ ?,'? ���������"'���������..;. ?���������?'.  Roa^t. Sirloin l_!eef,?Yeirk.sli ire Pud ding  Roast Leg of .Lamb,? Mint .Sauce y  .Re'iasl Loin nf.Poi.k, Apple Sauce.    ???  .' :?:Beiiled l'jeg of ilutton. Caper Sauce  Mashed .���������Potatoes. ? Fresh G.-ifdciiI'cas  7 rr:  .?���������������������������??? AsjiaWigns ?;.??? ?   :'-y;  ;  T PUinrPtidding,,.l!i'audy.Saui*e'%  CreaiiiPio.??'; ri.asplu.rry T.-iit  Poi'tvWine Jelly;.'-,  "��������� '.tyivi'tiipiigne..lolly  Tee?Cream     ,���������.-', Assorted Cakes-..,;'���������:  :???,??   Stilton Cheese*'.'. ? ':  f'U/r' '-'reUU ' C- rrf U'"^' r;V; -  ���������'���������'���������:.������������������'..,;��������� Apples.'..Oranges!.;, Uanahas .������������������'���������  '���������'"    -Nuts ���������',:������������������   .iMusciilels   -?????,?'  !ee? ?- :  In Kelsnii IheOddfi-llnws liave  eri'eleel a ii:;\v ..freit ot mil hall ,-iiid tlio  tlilferi'iit' fm-iefies have iihil.i.'d'"iii a  linion lieclii'ittion lo lake pl?ie:o May  2nd. The ReveOstiike Oddfellows will  have their hall hero com pie ted before  long and' our local societies iniglil  take a  leaf oiit, nf llu; Nelson book.  -'���������As. hikes are now becoming nu melons in Revelstnke, we think lhat. it is  lime, bells were used, either wise* soi neon t* will go iip against tliein.���������ind then  the trouble will begin.? A/city bylaw  pi'iividiiig.fni,? this and _? coni polling  riders to keep till', the'side walks, (when,  we get liiein). is now in order.    ?..  ��������� ' The merry tinl:le of-'the) 'e*ow.lii:ll  iniisl go. .'.'A city bylaw" louches the  speit. Your gardens'��������� lhay now; lie  plant.ed y.'.ilh soma?degree of safely.  Wc Iiiive..advanee'd at least one step  Iti wards makiug onr e:i tyatfraf live. .'���������.."  IT t h e .o wiiei'S ei I' tlici-; four 'tow i isites  in this eit.y?v,-iiuiel oriljy c-1 ub?Iog'ullie.r.  and ������������������ got'.?.riil'._.or?-.those .��������� awful ? .black  stunipshere and lliere, "now pleasant:  it. would lie. Here anil theie residents  ?are? sowing lawns, ? plantingy trees,.  vines.'-flowers;.-etc..and the virgin.soil  of yore, is in-iiiany?; pliicqs. hecoiiiing a  good, garden.'-,'.- This.is as'.it?.slioulil be.  And wliat a cliaugi;?it?seeins after?six  inonths?:i~r? :t he*??''beauti!'ui."'-y?Ii ,lias  iiecyi'said tliat. piii' seasons. av?e?'-winter  '.Ttily?'iiti'il;August."? Let ?usymake?lhe  'nie.ist:6f? t he':l;it:ter;?:!?:������?"??i *���������:? ?.?'?���������"?.:?���������?.? ���������:;;.?:??���������?,??;.  rr^r  Z'.l^X  m  m  m  m-  m  1  ISM'S-  m.  m  X&-U  <m  m  66  HE. LEAD  99  '���������No llltistcr, Xo Fuss, Just lliisini'ss, Tlint's AU."  :..'   MEMS' FtTRNISHINGS ���������;���������..;���������;,  NEW SPRING NECKWEAR,   NEW SPRING HOSIERY, NEW  SPRING UNDERWEAR. ,.  ALL THE VERY LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES IN HARD  HATS,   SOFT HATS. CAPS,   LINEN AND STRAW  HATS FOR SUMMER.  isA  '&  ������._  m  V'liJ  (if*  ted  {������  V.,-^i_  rr'&  t"  as  -__������_**'__..-'���������   ui _____!  '������*  4  j__j____. Dealer i������.  i  ^  - m   L��������� W^>  j|   ; Beady^To-Wear GIotiling*  m  m  K-*.  fc-v-  'm  />������\ .  rri-H*  i;"w*''  S?  tiVj  m\  ���������������..-;.". ���������  ���������Stf*..  ���������C'jxrJ  my  m  U:  C-fe)?  P������'-':-  A'Tfr  FOR MEM, EOYS AND CHILDREN.     WE  HANDLE THE W.  E. SANFORD MF'G CO. CLOTHING.   KNOWN    FROM  .PACIFIC   TO, ATLANTIC   TO   BE   RIGHT -IN     ���������  QUALITY, RIGHT IN STYLE, PERFECT  .=    ?::    FITTING, AND BETTEF THAN,  ''"'?���������    ALL, TO: BE VALUE FOR ...  YOUR MONEY.-  IT WILL NOT PAY YOU TO  BUY ANY OTHER.  m  m.  ��������� f^  ;���������;*}  ^OUR? BOOT--AND?  SHOE.?:;department?^is?:;E;ntireLy  'frf SEPARATE.?  WEiHAyE A:VERY.COMPLETE STOCK^'y?  . ???OF" MEN'S,.- WOMEN'S   ANb???CHILDREN'S'':?:???-,  V:l,:'??.?y?~   fffir--f-   '?.; BOOTS: AND SHOES.-?:?' -??'.'?V-.-:-?"'.-?;?  -.WJ*  ATM'  -HXiZZ^  5;  taylor Slock,  McKenzie ATCiHie.  "_"fj  .���������is  C'*^ ���������  I  w  ������I**  ,R*rj"  pu  m  ,'f '*iV?5'  -���������������������������%}������������������  f-M:.  :m  m  m  /m  ^:U������1  :: y.  ^^__^_~_^.&ais������i_i2iai_-_������������������._ >K������fe-_(i-!'W^  ?:?BetVv.ebnl he?;iU)lof|c:;iispcialipn.?tlib.  S!^i:Alle^l���������t'wy,���������lntl:C.*^lec^e")lli.���������l.n:selcie;l���������^es,  llie?:"wheelliicn's'.: 'asspciatibn?;?!!!!!:! ?lhe  (ircinenviyo should;,bi_ provided:?wilira  geiritl ?:prng'rii!i'i :iioff lorff euir?;' ���������Queei i's  'Birlliiiii.y" '.���������':'s'|)Ortsy?' ??;?;We?vtl'iave?goc)ci  .tiii.itei-iii 1 ii'nd.e.nlhiisiasni;".: All tlieit.we  iyant.-no>v Lspi'iictlceaiid igoeicl?, prices.  Thei-i:;?e:e'i-taiii!y?wili;:be;:.:iyb;g cejlebra-  ?in?Rii.:elstokc pnlMity 2 lib.; 'fyUF^Uf:  uuMM^^'MfUU:  :.?????? 77 'f'ffr fe% ���������?-?���������: :-:���������;?_���������?.-?'?-  nmfu^^rfumu:  f'r77-'f7'77f77.)&M'7ffr7ffM777:Mf_  y Theii:cpiiiesJDcihiiiiionLliiyi'.-.inrl, ,lhe  Oriingehien. Ino. cein tern plat e-a::'"!rr;inil  imieni.... celc.Ill-itipiiyof, ;'t!ie:,:?*G!i)'*iiins  fT.vvijlftli of,.Julv here. ���������?;:?��������� '???-.?:',?.?-?'  WE3&$.  V-  ?,I 11AYEFfAiilj-THI- LATEST:  ������������������J-:^'"--tiM  .".HyLvlviplli'ig,; An lliohvirppi),' II. 'Hielii'r  '.vllnsgiircl, ijiniler,,,-Iliill,?:<;iiiii,:Si<;uKi.i-  ���������.v,���������ie!K,:-.otl,;; ?al.--u:?ii? new: lot? ot; iTreiu.1?:  ^Coliuiibia?.r???-?_y-?.??>???;?-:^:????? ?????;??? ?;..?:h.?  ' Q  - 'Tistinie the; ?-'gp(]3 ?e'.f  lbe  (Tti'ppiiigV). toe'k? a r'lii.i.'i.lilii-i-  aile;i*y".(  ?t:H'iii--!  selves.  -They iii list, und e.i'slii ml they!  iiut tiie; only tliings.evef* happetieil.  -----       TiJnr. ij'fi'in'i' r\ '"i? s ���������' h: si 'ft .,-.*���������  ??;??!HuiviSOii o:?Ln.iu!H-i??;  Items of Ivlitiing,;.Business arid Persbiui!  " - Interest frqrn the Gateway- City::?..:'  ���������THoSlii.rjK?_S"_ .LASpT*r0. '''Apiril ?20;-~:  ' y IX '.TU E? 61'EUA? I10UKE ??''r_rf ? ???  ?: .'.Tlie Konriii.;:Fiircc;?Co.me;ily??;??;::?  k'AIltne GoirifbrtS'Of a-Home.''  ?-'?^?::  "���������i^'f/^  ���������ENG LISII ?l*0 liA^CQS.y ??y ^  '~'"'"'m-.'""-'"'-"  u%  ?,yjff.?  f  'V.i.  f  m  w  '(Sk.  >_5if  o  o  o  ��������� T^*������M  ' ->__4  <^>  D  G-ents' Fiifnishliigs,'  Boots and Slioes  H  "7^  :\:UU'U'^  Patent .::;;MedfeiE@s  M  o  H  W  r,  'ft.  >:  ft  'P3:  , tV?t@\i' 'iZ/i-ir\0 aj-x&iTy a  m&6B^mm^B^mi  E^B,m:mBUB(^m^mms.  yl_piit?oii:.n!illlo lv"iliVt'iiti'l\:������riilsli.'niiii.lirl'(5litciiiip-|li'e hoiisc; ?. ????  'iAL^Piicltiigp.''of our.'Villi'l''liiliili'wlil..iim'ltu i.tiisturoilwiills look now.  X hnve nis6 20 sliailes of 'tlio;colpbratci'l;Klbi)liHiii'.Eiiiiniul8^^  'aSr'HlihiS'ilko'.'biir..'.���������..'.Ir.iiiiiieij'-leioi' raiiils.".-^liryhiiril-nsgriiiiitc!)?-,?  ?1M ills of iill sliiitles k'oiit in stoek anil al tbclibosuf I'Oiii;:. *?,???? ??':  ?3iains both iu oil iinel'viiriilslit.iiiiil of tlio host''briiiul. ?: .  .?  HARDWARE AND :TWSMITHING-.  :?':-.V.V:?.  AlcCarty? Blbck-y     ??;; f.,  ������%&-'Estiiiiiitcs given on roofing am! fiiniiu'o vi-oi'Ic;?  ~. ttt^tf^Ki ������  : 1.?  fte-r  "Black ';C'--IT.  tniple justice  j Thir.'gs'.-.ire.  yei'i*?e;H:et  in-? em;-.?little:  ! earnpnow ,-,s the rp'.-uU  are? in. _:t  b.-iu  had   been  done j eoneli! i'i*:..   The  e:piT)pl.e?'t.-iv*..eli  l;n:i;t?:;n*:  rp'sui-j  l-K-.ti'-ciii:  _e:ii- to luive!  " '��������� '  '���������'; "'"���������' t't."��������� ������������������- ���������' ���������'-���������-������������������!.  pr>. a fir.;,.   , _.J.t is iinpi.s-;  jTayloi- opened tlie-'temst list.as follows: -i-'sihle ..fo.takt* n'tKUn ort-vene-nb^hprse f  ______^4!'ie?i_I_;.���������;nia3.������^_!___-^.-...:n.^?_^^ or:\'  ;?-TO-MCileHOW NIGHT y.  ���������UMer.3^p:FlagSv^  ? i*i:!T~"AY?Nipnt-:':.?--?���������  'Uf^^Mo^UfU/  '".'...'���������!" sATtT.i>^x:**.fciiT:?.??.?  '������������������'' '���������'������������ f. loi'\<i;-,ir, '7>' ���������'.  to theSH giH'd thiiigs,' Pi-esiilenlT.B;r,. |  petted the leiast list.asi'o  ;���������������  I���������--'        '..Lt'iiI Save the Ciiieei.ii;������������������''���������'���������:  -I'iib.I-ioin in ion.House'.ami Loea! Le.'eis-  ,~e  I.-iliiri-'.....  Si-Vng..;? .'."_'.'.'  '        ".lit;  Siiprenie  T'lic  ;....i:_Mr; J. M. Kisi.uk'  .. .;'..;'.?;. .The Staiuliir.il.  y?H. Kdwariis'?; ..?,��������� y.-;,  (Irand   Lodge  iind .the'  Ft'rgusoiiii;v<i:bve;v?ti?av.;!K:*)^: Ml fiH5t;-j  is'Yt*r,3''cli.ff!e_;>.}j_.;"?-.',-.. ���������'������������������' ..'.'���������;'.-:if' :'.���������''���������-'.' ...-'!  ?Th? Arii);is..iii'K:u-h.-a/c-'pn. .ili'.'n ?iie*iw:t  I ha t. th ere ir, l'.ifj'.li-a'fTib'-t.y w;it e >��������� >~_r ;e-e.';"  Half l.1.!-? ?"vi:'i) is fipen.-Avat!;-!- .^'lii.el .ih;?��������� !���������'  rest-.is'.'s.tvbi.ig.,: ice; in ,phu:i?s a.nei'"'..ye:-.vy'.i  ������������&,  ''��������� 'i%v7si '"'  ���������'^^:  Rev...Mr. (.'iinton. ..'Rev. F������-CiTiSTOSf lre;ie-:veit?i;s m 'ol'tierr parts.     Owing.tp !  Comineiiciiigv.May ?15t|i??thb sbiwict;?  on llie yf. c';0. hra'rieli  from  Sic-iinous L,,,  will bo daily instead  of tri-weekly  as!  ; at present. 7 jThe':.;ayoi'';ui.l Corporitletn.. 'Uf/- -'U\-t'^l'i st;'!-'' praiVaiv^tlir? jpinl-has-  l.<::;  The navigation on' tlievAnn   opeiiV-d l ..'.... .;.?..:?.?;? f7.-."f.U:.'.'. R. Tappixg ;,h.*i.iiip'-i."iL"  nej , piapers? ha>e   >is;riv>7il ! ~~  iliiMftiidayiipd the Archer is. making \ The Arniy-.-inil Navy?. .Catt. Taylor :'s!tii-e,t!ie "ith.   Tlie C.P.1-. ii;'--bre-a!;i'i-;j    ..  regular trips.li>. Coihaplix- and: Thoni- i ���������!'<'<���������: i a !.ioii-4Se!ectt*d;. ;. M It". ;'aS/Gii.I.J went out ye'sVelie-ii'-y' ter cut  n.  c iinr.iie! | -.*:���������  : son> Landing. f''f '������������������' v     ?. ''��������� Tiie'Lahd .XV o-1- -ft and the Laml We; throiigh iinyk'e. buf-witii \yhai. s'ut-cess i ?  ..'-.ni  ,j.  v" V? Judge- 'Fni-iii'"bpened? county  court.  here this moiiiiiig  v.ithj the iie-ayiest-i. .'u=  y? .locket which lias lii_.cn pveseuleeV for a j  Jong t:ii)_. ���������-."  I.  vv-  In  '!.������  ?--?.Tei--Let;:'? ??.?? ?y'?.'?-":  :-:<.:-!��������� -.���������..rrr'y.ilr-'i't.i.i.ri.  .  For Sale or:Rent. v.     :_   ?  t... t.r.^.t>..r,*:;\ ,\\1uvt- ;StouuV. resl-  ^.Ki>vBUSINESS RUSHING  ?Ti^v^*i!r*T-'^'  Utri     "'  ;-(;oniiii'  ..?..'... , Com iti' Thrii' llie I've-  M;i. Pkuc;y Ci.ahkk  ?  lalTiiteresls. . Mn. .Tai*. f;;r.r.  ...:;.'.:i....?nieSli;iiiiy Gi-nt.;el  .'���������  Provisions are getting vi-i-y .-.-at-c _��������� in l ':???,    '���������'j.-', A.'l'll-.MMs -  l".*igiison and   Trout-  Luke-^ anti 'there j (>;,iC>t<lt'i- ..?...;.....?. .Mil. .1'iri.lMK  will be no e-ha :;te to get supplies in f:,i; h^.:-t:il jol1...... ."'..<! . .Tiie^nion Jae-k  some time. = .   j    .- \lUv7. iVAffios" v       ,.  :'" Dan ("aiiir-riin e-A:ne  in   on  Tuesday \ Song-:;S/ili-<;! eel..;.?.; Mr. BrCKr.KV  nsorniiig irbni the Neitie'I. uivi; sul'.-jTlie Hre.-siili-iii' ������ii-l Clt'e-.M-- FI.t'? ...';-.,,.  it.-tntiatecl tl.'.*- ne-ivs nf the i;ee-eiit   rich i  slrikc; of grey"i*e*pj������*iv in Uie ���������.vinz.e.  ?!:*t--'  ,���������_f_'._:...-.tl.  ..., aiilhoi-izoil  HOW'S YOUR;PRI-_TmG?:  The*  i'.iiic  Pi-eVss?  .Laiiies   I'l-.iSrmyi.;**:'.- I A vi.e������B :  .. ,,SIn. A.C.;Tr;i)Mi'^'iv \  .-'Mn,'IJ. _M.\i;!*irAi;rJ-,\Y  ������������������ ?v".'iHviy?;!.'..V;ii: T>-;>r-r?y^ft.?      *'"  ���������-���������.-������������������.-.-.���������.,  i     Jiilly .Jfjlinjieai ahelM. TJ.'atr.u ciiiii-  '; in ci'iv the. ..I2.i;i, 'h.'iying   iiiii-heil   I'liiv-  ! hieliti'g.":;./i"tv.'v; '.'ir.r.nght *CV t^)-.s?.t)f  i lli'liti'iee 'ut :i-?i'ii? .-is I'V.gnMin, :ie_nV.:I.  | will  be: haul"-:1,    to   the;   Lainliiii.;'  by  ', Ci-aig & Utlliil.-in ns soon as   jlie i-e-iads i ?     ;...-, -   -       ���������    ;'..-' _  | nie s..fn<:U-!9lly dried )U ro^t<-aruing. M>ON'T OVHRLOOKiTll IS  HLftALD  I." On t be m h Ben .Itiwiny ...iiie1.   i'i,  ('?'!'' ���������'-���������'"'   -  -:y    ���������  ; .Mrlv.i'y i-iiine/iownVfiriiiiihe   M.'liaWl: ' _-.-'.',��������� ���������'- _,..;_--���������-...--i��������� .-���������-���������.:.-?^������������������---  '������������������where Mr. Mi!.i:Vy iiH'tj iv i'lii  un 'iici-i-  ilent.in rtO'.iK' .'l'p.'ireoii'n'tati!.; _in.?mne:*.  A fuze i;:p?!-:.p!oip,.-tl in6hh-   iviiitls, au-ii  *;r.r.������  LG(  EGG^  J. G.   \Ye!is;.e'r>:--tnd, fa mil}-  aiuu Iri [;,,.,,_���������.��������� . A .'?.. ...... ..'.... ..'.Tl-.a't.  town froni Vernon last week and  will |  .     "        'Mr:. PKfu.'V Ci.Aitici-:  ?i-e-s:de here   in  future. ..having  rented   Oiir.'.Host ....; ......... .1. \  part of II. Ijoughcid'.s new house-on  .Second street. ;Mr. Webster is a fittei'  in theCLP.R. shops.  .ovei  Reinenibi-i- Ih-  opi-i:s a Foiii liig!  .opei a he.r.-e Jiui  coined v.  "A!! li*.  iiS    Ur  ..Lyieiun Theni re?Co.  :ts..-ng.-igeioe.nt. in the  :;.'hi in thei'. ��������� roaring  ��������� Comforts of lle'.ine*."'  ! I.hf������'"fi)i'c>.*' of   Hie shot nnisWia-ve; gone;; :  I lii'twOBii-. his  liar.els   in   so'me xvny ias'  _-���������������������������',      the- skin  wis parcel off be>th. of tlii'iii!  Perks   .    ���������;,-.      .?   ,_..__..  ive; o'eleiek this niorn-  -l'ly.i  ;;?j;. f-lorie f.f  u ioiti.'ie oi  )Kri.!o.n.-<i'  ;50t,*;;. Vatks.  ;.?-.       ������������������ ?. Jm'  romatc>es;:  -^sparag'iis?  lietyfc-dc  8  ;: -��������� l-t'"i~: 11 "|^'>* yl^i ::.'";'v?:  y. '���������.���������' ?? ?;:,v?;;Arriving- Daily  ??(G*rouncl VyhilaV.you. ,y/ait.)  ^at:-  :?-.TRY "IT -'-'���������-::?..-;:':;:  :Q*eovv'BelI:85:OG^  V'-?? ������' li. A.MAS, Makackk; _ '  Jobber-, ar.d Dealers;in Hay, Feed  .and Vegetables.   '?_���������.������������������   ., >  TeS,,;piio:i'i ,V0...*:!i.. , . ?.  -  HOW'S YOUR' PRINTING  DON'T OVERLOOK'..Tllfi. Ii'lSRALD  t Jr"I">S-1-1 ^->'>-t-I"l-l":"!-*'K������H"l������fl"i"l'  PAYFTTF RIIKFR _  mpaiiy   on  be.-t   that  Tbe Lyieimn is Uie 'hest ci  the roael .trt.ity. ��������� .smil tlie  even-yc-t yisiti'.l Keveistoko. j  i VI. Tapping has got up a subscript ion ';  list for the purpose?of raising a' fund j  to e-1-..-.-l a band sliinil on the coiner of!  G.-.ieriwiiet-.t aiid Second sl)*eets.al l!i;  Tt wiis. iii-arly  ing when the giithering rlisperseel and  lhe lirst. annua! eliriner of the Royally  Le.ilge S O, K..li. >S. t-ame.l.o ;i sme'css-  fnl liii-iiiin.-i't ion.  About thirty g'i!';-.ls sat down .'uuoiigi  wbeiin were j. M. Keflie^M, P. p.. ai.ei:;  visiting . hi-cl.liren Atkinson. Cap'. I  Hi-oi-k of \*i..-t.e.ri.".iln.ilge'. .SI..<'aUi';''ine's; j  and Past Pres. ."Jos. Lce'of.Shakespeare-1  Lodge-. AVinnipeg,  iiy the explosion.  ���������������������������'.���������' ..-^Business"Locals y'  ������������������Sailor hats��������� nenv.importatioiis  M. K. LawsonV.  ���������T{. TnppiniC'is preparing-lei  tliis ilislrict wil.'n gar.'len -/il^iil.������.  iin   e'.f.y   (',  Tb'Rent? . -.; , '. .,  Thr" Front Office.!! in Taylor iilock, lient nii'I  I>or   inonth;   lay-ilory  i -fi-Aitir  provielc'l;   %7n  I Httft .iie.l.  -at!  i     ��������� Tti-iite'tnlK'r   l'>:ii'ga.in  ! at M. K.   i.riwsi.ii*s.  J ' -vTb. R. MaUii-orrwill be at his  I dental oR'u-e, over the Canada. Drng'.V  | Book Co.Vslore*, fioiii April "2Ith -lo  [May 7th. (.'all early anel inal-e; a.p-  l poinl incuts. XJ���������If  !    ..t-.-.-, :-:'i.li t,nv* n l-.i'o-  . ,    i Fr-mt stroer;*.T.--f :os  '-���������'inp.-y.j tno-iiililv-ps-vini'it''-  *..liii        Ai>!>iy I'rBji.ii.&'.irK-ei.  ''riclav) I ���������������������������  For Sale'.'.  in.-:<ifi':-t'  CAN-  JIliRlir*'. ye;  by fire.  Injure  ye  ;v- Iieiith."  :.v.lfy> to't'on-l  i-I K;*;i) e.n [  tr;:.-...   on*ie;,:;._  yeir.r jtrnporty nirniiiKt Iosjh  o'.ir  tile- "Accileler.t .or  Offer yon a eliniii'i- lo Invest, a "mail  or larL'i' amoinit e>f your t'hniliir:'.  or fft[ .inl'ril a ...roliial/.'; l-ato. of  Imor-jHt.'.- ���������   ��������� ���������  ���������  llipillllll^  |lpl|ifi||||  -S3K'H!7!S_-i!i.UJi'.������S<_ra>Si_S_  '.:p.nOKS',SdTnIXC.ELSE bln'raiilco:iroO(I fr?  ".-.-" l'reael���������it.-requires-'nil otiratloiiHou���������,  ?   r.iul.wo pricle oui'.sclvcs on.oilr uroinpt--  ;     ness. of luilivery anel   the  siUtsfi'.i.'lioii.    ���������:  givtnrto custoniors   ,-  ' ';????'--,:?.- ,  M'CAGUE;:'BR03.?, -f ���������. ,-:;:a:y.?Frbiit?St?  .; ? H;D.U G ATI O N AL^;(3 A"R l>:|y  7'cniiil dhiu'iii^blhulc nnd coloveil orayons,.  ^Qn/nnd^v/nfc-iLcoruiLoii^aiiA'ny.'iiji.l k^cli.iiifl.'_l__ti^J;  Two hours woclflv:.'-��������� ?i|>er'ntniifli.   v Kiisli.sli (evening' olns^i (>' hours :V.'0ckly, ?3  \xirriti'oii(lv.'-:-��������� Freiioh, .2--lioHrs-.-weekly^?^ V*11'  )iionth.r'-:>IJa.ti.ti",-2 liovu-iiwcieklyi Jfl ];cr month.  '.'.v'Spcciftl'.rorm.s to.'fnnuiios.'i-* ;A ,���������-.,.::i: .:U.-'':.:  . '.Addruss; ; : Miss' ^tcolc,'*.^V<;Kcn/.Io ;Ayc'������uic;  oj������po..^il.o.Tiiyl������r BltH-lc.- /-;   :;:,*- '..'��������� ^U:   ��������� ��������� -   . ,-j!  * IR:0������ER1ES!:  fUMwmm  "i\,m sMifh,":baker;:        *   J-    "���������������������������-       .���������_������������������.'��������� |  : 'Ho.-.r.; in;; ir..;',-.*- unT-r/ni- 5*<*W.i..|. atr.i.l. I  i?rr,.rr>. 'Th:.- i'.,-;;'-" ;? vfis-H, io '-,': '.''.le! ������i:li or !  -..���������ill,.,'it li(jll'Ker!;<'.;'l'',-fP*. Is. Apfly' M'������������������'.,".ISirx-I  v-ol.r.. l'rop.  ���������   '' :  ;!LOArryOU   MONEY.-J_^5S):,   .  ..'���������gj&"tnlV ''.<;������! f?r.Tiip!>tile:s.|!������!,.re.i_ioiill'tl.'  enr.e-'-S MeK-nzi.-Av.iiite,  ���������f-f--:-^'i'-{'f^'^-{-.-'f-i'-?-'ji*>*i-i--M--5-r';-'7-'i;t-  .Laiindressc  Four e:oiupo!(;:u  Ge.ierr.iiiet-.t aiid Second streets al the      Tii.* "linri-h-.i-nroens of ."t.rc-tcr'seiinre'li five y  ..��������� Hoys'     suits,      lal.rist     styles  and;  __   V.      i      ** it*    ,    , \v.r'7i,-j x'i,til  wn-I.-r iiu-triietioos re.-f-'v.-rl from ; ..,,.',|ii v in nn itci-i: il (irsl -r-ia v^   I'm- bov-s i  crossing  e.f Garden  .-.venue..- He  has   r,.i!t,ivi,. ,,f ������������������, ,���������,,, ,.v.v, ,.-. a.-To.-m, th-v evili ..���������',''; *  _'    ,' \,\   ' ,"' .'.'', ";   ','-' sj ,'*..'U  1 ��������� cr.tr- 1   .1       1 1     .ii������t,e"|. ..t Mi ...-f.-.T.   l.v ,,rir,'������.���������lp   lnrii.v III.'     tl'OIII -1   U) JU > I'.ll'.-- Ill    .'I ...K .     IjlWSOIIS.  received pre .mites of ylO and  the bund   '"M" <*' ". ������������������:���������-'������������������ 1-'e, ..} pri������.u������y..i.. uiir iok lie,  .                 .         .     i n"iif.i'-- "' i.i-xt -.loi-k      -Ml il.iuc eiesiroiii of p..i ��������� ;,,;..,���������.'_���������   i r,.������������������i_-,,.,, ���������,.,i m.,,, ,r  ftai.el will be   rtetely   for   use   bv   tiie I por.-lifein-   a.-.-   r.;'.jue_t-.l     lo  romn.iuiloi.lo ,,-"'/.-   U'r   .V       ,.,      ���������*               ���������    '   ,'  s._,,i, ji,,. ,.i,,, ..,.t.,.,..,, i,,,.... n, _-..,,.,. ..-��������� ..ii ,.,'f.���������.t^ Ihi-   e.ilv ei     ne'Ve'.lsl.������l:n is   now in   l.h..  Wasted At Once. .���������������������������������������������  -loam lav.nflrc^tio.''.    Apply  Kl'viwif.k . . IfAItV),;-,', .  R.'VUlsltlkl; Slatioti, H.C.  : :?;P1CTURH fffU:Uf'L  U^k-'^FBf^  I'orsons having or.l.'reMl Tiettirii T'ra-.nes from  A. fl. Cowan nn<! mil roiuiciiilng. them iipon  ilellvcry, can now obtain thoni from ine at a  G'*tEA1I.Y REDUCED R-.TE, .they having  been left in niy. oh urge.. Anyone, of course, can  liny���������-lirst com., first >._holc_���������of a spletnJii! Int.  (-11lU.nl reskleiU'O, corner King unit J'ropt  Streets.���������.,..���������-, .,������������������,..,  ?:''?"Mv PETTIPIECE'??':;  vHOW'S YOUR PRINTING .  DOK'T OVFI'.LOOTC TTIF l.llSUALD  Ladis' Blouse   Setts   and Sash  ??;*' t"'^'E^ckles'?atV;V.:.?:^.,'J?y"���������  ;  .GUY?:BARBER'SiV-  ���������-is_&:  fa-    '  -m  m-  Queen's  hiithc_;iy  :it the latest.    Mr  Tapping Is to  (jft  coinirieuflefl   for  his | lj������  f'a: _?rpi'i:se ;n pushing lhis project. J   :,  ith ill'.* fc'nir-*liv..'.trdf:ii?- n(. otui'r. ������s nil cif'.'f-tH  j rn.i't  \,(, di.<]������o_i:-.l  of beforo lhc arrival of Mi*  vi.:ar.  j.Iflfnr^k,'?'^^ 'war������������a-  FOR SALE.  the <;ily iif Hi'velstiiki* is now in? the  haiiels of the printer, anil will be mil  on or about May 1st. It. is very eroin-  plete in "every elet.'iil. ��������� L'i;ie:B 50 cums.  A   FIVI5 .ItOi'iM'".I),   one-storv   linnso,' w-Illi  batliroom  an'!   pRiilry, and WiO'.i'i  fool lot en  Tliinl slrcol  v.v-t.  for sale.   I'.-ico fl.IWi, ?|no  down uii'l linlBiie-e; em time to bolt ptirelmser.  [ Apply nt thi1. ollice.   ,   . .   tf.  HARRY  EDWARDS  Taxidermist.  IlKIvU HEADS.  nntl)-?, ANIMAI-S.?r:tc.,  Preserve-! anel Moimte.l.'  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  t4i.^4..t^.l..>^M.^+4.4..i..|.4,4..i.._,.t4:4,4'*  I Spring Suitings 1  **       ? - "���������:���������%  ������       The   Latest.   Eest   aiid %  X -      ���������������������������"        ->'-"' ���������*.  -?       Most Up-to-Date Stock %  %       in the City, MADE UP? %  ������ ���������'���������������������������;??; *  t       TO SUIT ANY-TASTE %  ^Iptel??iiGtoria?  ������������������??-V??J.'y.PERK3;'Pi-op.-??;??-:?  IIolol-Aeconiinoilntioii Hest in the city  for llio niouov.? ���������,���������'���������'���������-.���������:  yyy.y .-?_.;-?..:?;.:?. ���������"flrr        r    '     ��������� -..    .:.'. ���������':'���������  ilcated iiy hot nir anil .electric light and bell  in every room.   , ---y;  Hourly street 'nnr between hotel anel station.  Larjje am! well lighted sample room.  '?".'? Free bus meets nil trains.'���������'.���������������������������'���������-.  : BEVELS IOKEjB. ���������.??  M  iR.S.V/ILS0N,|  rv-rAiLOR.    ;I  r.i  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave. *  ^..r..i.4_|���������T..T..j,.^.|..j,^^.^..|..|..'[.^^..x..j..j.^..7..i..i. j Wholesale and Retail. Dealers in Kurnitjn.?


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