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 X  tO  a ,    . i ��������� ~ /  ',' Vi UU i   r>. tj J * .'. ,- -'*��������� // nt  -ISSUED  TWIOB-A-WEEK -WBDHESDAYS    AZESTID   SA.T"U"K-3DA."X"S-  Vol. III.   No. sn.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, APRIL. 22,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  CB. Hume  1  & Co.  . ���������- :   POR THIS  MEEK  50 pieces best English  Print���������at cost.  Great Bargains in Laces  and Ribbons until gone.  We have secured J. & T.  ;. Bell's Boots and Shoes.  r'jiM can safely say they-  are the finest goods ever  shown in Revelstoke.. .'  Japanese   'Matting���������a  Mine assortment of patterns ��������� at prices lower  than ever before..  In rugs and squares and  carpete.. 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  M  The Great Departmental Store  BOURNE BROS.  Every day adds to  Departments  are  We are opening", goods daily,  the interest of shopping here,  brimful of new goods, and as a matter df course  every imaginable dress need has been anticipated.  I Hundreds of buyers have found out to their satisfaction that at this store goods can be bought with  security. We have never been in a position to  offer our patrons greater inducements. If there  is any virtue in dependable qualities or seasonable  good combined with low prices, then we certainly  expect si big, business at this store. The! bright  and happy signs of spring are pictured throughout  our great store, spring and summer goods fairly  blossoming in each department, and everywhere  are temptations in price, quality and style. Come  and do your shopping early, especially in the afternoons. It will insure better attention! and -greater  satisfaction to all? as bur facilities are taxed to the  utmost, and we wish to do justice to all.  We have been fortunate  enough to secure another car of Ascroft potatoes *  ���������The ' price is a little  higher than some others  but the potatoes are  better.  LADIES' EMPORIUM  Tn rd Ptrkf.t, Centre.  Opposite Cowan Block.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment  Goods  in  of Fancy  town.  M. K. Lawson.  Haig 8g Crage  o  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  ^-J Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  *$__.-%���������  &_..-&  Some Great Snaps  Having bought the Bankrupt. Stock of  the FALLIS BROS. ESTATE at a  reduced price, I cimiow offer bargains  that cannot be equalled in the city.  Twenty Bars Royal Crown Soap.. $r oo  Three lbs. of English Bfst. Tea...    I oo  White Star Baking Powder 12 oz.       15  Rolled Oats, 80 lbs. for     2 00  French Peas, 5 Tins for.     1 00  Pure  Gold   Flavoring    Extracts,  5 oz ���������*        15  Peach, Pears,  Apricots,   5 2J lb.  Cans for only     1 00  " Little Thinks."   -  (By Jud Parsons'. j  If every citizen of Revelstoke who  is continually talking of the sleepiness  of lhe town'would pinch himself and  wake np to the fiict that he was the  sleepiest of the lot, what a lot of  -things-there -woiild-be-accomplished-  in this rising city, this season.  Ke.velnttike hits npw a steam laundry  and it is goiiig to be the best investment in town. Now what we want is  some good, smart girls, who are both  willing to work and marry.  CREAT SLAUCHTER  IN GENTS' FURNISHINGS  || CB. Hume & Co,,j  ���������������   WHOLESALE    AND    RETAIL  GENERAL MERCHANTS  *J^>*P***&JH^������&9****������'.99'������'*  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Ave., BevelstoKe Sta.  Money to Loan.  W. vrhite, Q. C. J. M. Seott, B.A..LL.B.  F. L. Gwllllm.  HARVEY   &   M-.CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors,    Etc.  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offices:   Molsons Bank Block.  First Street,   Revelstoke Station,  B. C.  DR. E. H. S. McLEAN  Office and Residence, two doors east Cowan  Block.  THIRD S1REET, CENTRE.  Nljrlit anil Day Calls attended to.  Telephone connection.  NURSE  LUCAS  L. O. S.t London. England.  Trained,    cxperienccel,     medical,     surgical.  obstetrical nurse, open to engagement.  Address:   NURSE I.VVAS. llevelstoke.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Draying and delivery work ospecia'ty. Teams  always ready on f horte-'Hioti������:c. Contracts for  jobbing taken..  Come and See my $5.00 Suits  FREE DELIVERY  STRICTLY CASH  E. S. JACKSON.  THE RAILWAY SITUATION  In its last issue the Hekald published 1111 interview with G. McL.  Brown, of the Canadian Pacific. Railway Company, touching upon the  railway situation in Kootenay generally. The IIeuald is quite in  accord with the principle of Canada  for Canadians. We want to see Kootenay ores smelted in Kootenay and we  want to see Kootenay business transacted in Kootenay cities and towns.  We have helped to build up Spokane  quite sufficiently already to offset  anything Spokane enterprise has done  to take hold and develop this district.  There is- no necessity to make that  place the business capital of Koolenay  altogether. And the Hkrald believing that the sole aim and object of  t.he promoters of the proposed Kettle  river road is -to turn the business of  the Boundary country iuto Spokane  pockets has no wish to see them  granted their charter. There is no  doubt that this'is the. light in which  the scheme is regarded by the Spokane  people themselves, and while the  Herald has no quarrel with Iheni for  reaching out for all the trade territory  in sight, it does not wish to see them  get it at the expense of the cities of  this province.  But the C.P.R. has the game ih their  own hands. Only so far tliey-have  given' it' away by trying to fight  Spokane from Vancouver. They can  cut Spokane out and build up  distributing point for Kootenay at any  time they like,to begin, by making a  terminal freight rate point right in  Kootenay itself, here at Revelstoke  for that matter, if tliey want to. As  far as the" present fight with the Corbin  road is concerned the C.P.R. has the  Herald's sympathies, but a great  deal of the necessity for fighting Corbin titall for the trade of the Boundary  dislrict has arisen.from the vacillating,  halfhearted policy which the C.P.R.  itself has up to quite recently adopted  to the development of the Kootenay  country and trade as a whole. If the  C.P.R. chose to set itself to do.so they  could build up a wholesale distributing  centre right here, ln the middle of  West Kootenay, because in ten years  from now the mineral district north of  the C.P.R. main line will he quite as  important as that To tfie soulli-df'itT  which would close Spokane out  entirely.    And   it  would   be   to   the'  them ont. They can build up any  point they wish as 11 distributing  centre for Kootenay, or lhey can. as at  at present, make a present of the  Kootenay trade to Spokane. It seems  to tlie; Hkiiald a little unreasonable  forthe C.P.R. to bo complaining ef  the pro-eminence of that city in Kootenay trade or the grasp of the American Smelting Trust for Kootenay ore.  when they have only to set themselves  seriously to work in 01 dor to destroy  both, if they wish it.  RICH STRIKE ON THE NETTIE L  Thsee Inches of Grey Copper Uncovered  in the Winze, Giving About 3,000  Ounces to the Ton.  Tt is reported in Ferguson that in  sinking the winze at the end of the  crosscut tunnel on the Nettie L, three  inches e)f seilid grey copper was struck  which is estimated" to run as higlvas  3,000 oz. in silver to the ton. The  owners are jubilant over the wonderful showing made by this properly  under deve'lopment anel are confident  that it will be at the top of lhe Lardeau mines as soon as it is properly  opened up.  CITY COUNCIL  Some  Con-  The lingering hobo is very conspicuous these days, but the time has come  when he must ''move on," as Sandy  has his ire worked up, and the stipendiary magistrate is learning���������we  hope���������a ne.v song,���������'-00 days" instead  of 10.  ST. ANDREW^ SOCIETY  Will Get Up Caledonian Sports * for the  4 Queen's Birthday  , Tliere was a goocVmepting nf the St.  Andrew's Society at the Union hotel  on Wednesday evening to arrange for  the celebration of the Queen's Binh-  day next month. It was decided to"  get up .1 programme of Caledonian  sports to be held on Second street and  tlie olel baseball giound.' The races  will run on the street fiom Dr. .leff's  lioiise to the brewery corner. W. M.  Lawrence, "H. A.' Brown. A. McRae,  J. G. Allen, J. M. Scott. Dr. Jeffs, XV.  3. Law and XV. E. McLaughlin, were  appointed an : executive committee-to  make' general'arrangements for-the  celebration, and.. A. McRae. J. G.  Allen, J. M. Scott and Dr. Jeffs were  chosen to solicit contributions to-  wards the prize list, which will consist  of prizes in kinel, no money prizes  being given.  After arranging for the' celebration  the society took up the election to the  vacant office's of the organization. G.  M. Scott being elected secretary in lhe  place; of XV. G, Paxton and Rev. Thos.  Menzies. chaplain, vice Rev. G. McDougall.'  Revelstoke Amateur Athletic Association  At the meeting held to form nn  athletic association lust night in No. 2  fire hall, the association was organized  with a membership of 125 under the  name* of tbe Revelstoke Amateur  Athletic Association. The following  officers were elected :  T. Kilpatrick, hem. pres.: W. Cowan  vice-pres.; T. E. L. Taylor, pn-s.; J. G.  Allen, vice-president; K.D..T.C. John-  son. sec.;.C. R-.McDonald, tieas.  Important   Bylaws Up  for  sideration Last Night  The city council met last night in  thc council chamber. The Mayor in  the chair and Aids. Kilpatrick, Brown,  McKechnie. Crage and Grahame present.  The minutes of the adjourned nieet--  ing were read and adopted.  Coinmuncations were read  from ,T.-  Pinkhiim re the salt: of   a   typewriter-  to the city;   from  K.   Tapping  re  the.  electric light in Fire Hall" Ko,  2: from-  Campbell & Atkins of. the Kootenay ~  Mail, te the city printing; froin H. N. -  Coursier re lhe"purchase of that  part  of King street   lying   west of  Front  street.  On motion of Aids. McKechnie and. ���������  Brown tliat the coinmication from  J.  Pinkham   lie  referred  to  the * Public  "Works committee.    Carrieel. -:  On motion of Aids. Kilpatrick and*-  Brown the communication of R. Tapping be received and fyled.  The communication of Atkins anel.  Campbell re the city printing, brought  forih a gooel deal eif discussion. On  motion of Aid. McKechnie. seconded  bv Aid. Brown Unit the action of tlie* -  Mayor in dividing the account for*  printing equally between the two local  papers, be sustained by lhe council.  Carried. " ���������   '   -  Moved   by   Aids.    McKechnie    and-1  Brown that applications for ,the position nf city engineer be now-read. Tin:'  application of Mr. Buck was  the  only,  one received, and on   motion  of Aleis.  Brown and Kilpatrick the application-  was referred lo lhe Public Works com- -  inittee with instructions to report at ���������  the next meeting of the council.'     ���������   ��������� - ���������  _ Aid.  Brown, ��������� chairman   of Finance-  committee,   introduced   a   bylaw ��������� for ";  the  purpose   of   raising   the   sum - of'  $1000 through  the  Molson's Bank  to >  meet current legal  expense' attending ;  incorporation. . '  On motion of Aids.Brown and Crage -.  that Bylaw No. 5, as above,; be  introduced and read a.first time.   -Carried. -  The bylaw on motion* of Alels Brown'-  and Crage was also.read a second and '  third time. . **���������*       *"���������*.-  Bylaw No. 6,  for the regulation  of '  anim.-ils running at large   .vithin  the  city limits and the_establishment, of  11 poiiriil';"Bylaw No_ 7'for' the" "regulation" of    streets   ar.d   sidewalks   anil -  traffic thereon; Bylaw No. S.  for the .-  levving of  an  annual'tax   on   dogs:*-  ByFaw   No.   9.   in - respect   of   public  moi .ils.etc: Bylaw No. 10 for.the regu-', *  lation   of   the. sale   and weighing   of.  breiad ivere all introduced and read a  first and second time. -        - "  Aid. McKechnie asked the clerk if-  he had received any further inform:*.- -  tion from the government re the appointment of police and license * com-*  missioners.",The Clerk replied that'he -  had not. .'".'. v  The council adjourned.  The Reason Why  You should, buy The Best Sarsaparilla for  a spring toitic.'  Because ___������.  1. It is a larger bottle than the others.  2. It is conccutrated, therefore the dose  i.s small.  3. Taking three' doses a day it -will last  you one month, thereby costing you  but 3 cents a day. '  A. It contains cclerv, sarsaparilla, yellow  dock, stilling!., with iodide of pot-  assum.  5. II sells on It* own mcrilf.  ..FIELD & BEWS..  CHEMISTS   -   DRUGGISTS   -    bTAT'.OXERS.  TKL. 3T-, KE VELSTOKE. B. C.  But why send these men (o Kamloops? We have plenty of stumps to  extract anel town property to clear.  Why not enlarge our jail or arrange  at any rate to get the labor expended  in Revelstoke. The chain gang is a  thing the modern stiff is dead leary of  and besides onr landscape scenery  would be much improved. At present  all we get is a hard name for sending  so many over to Kamloops.  ���������  A serious accident may he looked  forward to at any time if the ladies, or  even gentlemen, insist on rieling hikes  upon the high sidewalk leading to the  C.P.R. station, and, besides, thc bath  which awaits one on either side would  be very unpleasant.  The early closing movement is a go.  All hands have decided to belikeother  great cities and adopt the early  closing plan.  We understand that there are only  147 applications in for the position t>f  city police up to this meeting, but of  course there is plenty of time yet.  The Canoe river natural Rtipply  point in Revelstoke. Is Mr. Kellie  going to turn a hand to help us win it?  Are the merchants .working hand in  hand to gain it or is there anything  being done except to criticize the  other fellows for heing so dead to their  own interests.-  advantage of the whole disti ic.t to have  such a trade centre established, instead  of having a dozen little points, none of  them amounting to- anything, except  as convenient targets for Spokane  enterprise. That is the real way to  fight Spokane and the only way in  whicli it ever will be done to complete  satisfaction.  With regard to the smelting industries of Kootenay, if the C. P. R. will  make it pay mine owners to smelt  their ores in Kootenay, they will he  smelted in Kootenay nnd the manufacture of lead and copper products  may reasonably be expected to follow  the smelters. For the market question, when the Dominion government  ceases contemplating Ontario, find  Quebec as the sun anil moon of,.the  pol'.tical firmament and pays some  attention to the development of the  resources of this province, a market,  the coming market of the world, the  greatest market in tho worlel lies at  our very doors in lhe teeming populations of the Pacific coasts.  But on the whole situation the CP.  R. has in the picturesque language of  the west " the dead immortal cinch."  They have gone into the smelting  business and have in consequence  made other capital shy of smelters in  Kootenay as an investment. They are  in the steamboat business anel no one  else even wants to put a little boat on  the river north of their main line  because they believe with good reason  that as soon as there was anything in  it the C.P.R. would step in and squeeze  COMMITTEE  R. H. Mayne, R. A. Upper, J. A.  Birnev, W. F. Crage, Guv Barber. J.  E. McLean, R. M. Smythe", J. B. Armstrong, E. Maegowan, Alex. McReie,  J. A. Stone, S. L. Saunders.  Cheap Lime for Revelstoke  Capt. Robt. Sanderson left this  morning with a party of men to work  a limestone quarry and kiln on the  west, side of Arrow Lake, opposite  Halcyon Hot Springs. The limestone  is of excellent quality and there is a  ledge '10 feet wide of clean white limestone" on the quarry. Capt. Sanderson  has got good rates from the C.P.R.  and will be able to put lime down in  Itevelstoke at the same pi ice iui itis  now quoted in Vancouver. He has  appointed F. McCarty agent for  Revelsloke.  Sad Intelligence.  Dr. McLean received on Wednesday  morning a telegram from Belleville.  Out., bearing the sad news nf the  death oh the previous day of Mrs.  McLean's father. W. C. "Hamilton,  Esq., inspector of inland revenues.  Mr. Hamilton hael heen unwell feir  some time past anel was contemplating  taking a trip to Revelstoke. B.C.. this  spring in search of health. At Hamilton he was a prominent member of the  Masonic fraternity. Dr. McLean  starts for Belleville on Monday  next.  Board of Trade  At the meeting of the council of the  lio.-ud of trade em Thursday night.it  was decided to hold one general meet  ing of the wheile board every monlli,  on the lirst Thursday, the other nights  to be devoted to the meetings of the  council. The vacancy in the council  ciuiseel by the resignation of I.T.  Brewster, was fillerl up by the unanimous election of J. D. Sibbald.  Early Closing Movement  A meeting of those interested in the  ea' ly closing movement will he held  on Monday evening, the S4th inst.. in  Fire Hall No. 2. (Tapping's old theatre)  at 8 o'clock sharp. A special invitation is extended to householders and  also to those opposed to the movement to state their objections if they  have anv.  THE LYCEUM THEATRE CO;  _______  The  Best Company * Travelling  on  the*  Road Today  Tho Calgary Heraltl has  the follow- -  ingtos-iy of  the  above'li-iuied  com--  puny who are  billed   to  play  in  Tap--  ping's  opera_ honse. here  four,nigl 11s__ .  commencing Wednesday  night,  nextr?"  It wus indeed asm-prise to a Calgary  audience to see a play presented in the.-  way in   which  Othello  was pi educed  by the"Lyceum company at lbe  opera  house last night. Jlany people thought  that an   intelligible     and     enjoyable  presentation     of     Shakespeare     was  beyond  the  capabilities  of any  com- -  paiiy which would visit  Calgary,   but  they were much  mistake))  and'today  thu   warmest  praise  of   llie Lyceum  company is to be heard on every hand.'  Every   part showed  much   care   and  study, and though of course some nf  the characters differed   from   the1 pre-,  conceived   notions    of   some    of this  audience,     there     was      consistency  ihioughoul which made the play most  interesting.  Miss Marguerite Lorimer won everybody's heart with her simple sweetness  and graceful acting as Dcselcmon.a.  The title role was played by- Edouard  D'Olze. Of course Othello, bus been  portrayed by so many great actors,  that whosoever assays U,he part in  these days has to bear a considerable  amount of criticUm. Mr. D'Olze came  through the ordeal with'flying colors;  he is possessed of a line voice, though  in the third act he had a tendency "to  strain it. Othello was u finestudy anel  deserves the highest praise, but in the  act just mentioned we think Mr.  D'Olze could make an improvement in  the part if he would save his voice a  little. Leland Webb's Tago was rather  a new reading to many but it was consilient throughout, and .was a fine;  piece of acting. Brabant io should  receive a woril of praise for a well  played though small part. Edgar  Keller was Brahantin anil we are gl.ul  to see that he wiil be seen in a bis  part tonight when he plays Colonel  Preston in Alabama. Miss Rose Cameron was excellent as Emilia. Ingo's  wife, acting with much dignity and  1-ioking splendid.-  Cassto was well taken -by Douglas  Paterson. William Colvin deserves  mention for his Roderigo.  Tlie d 1 esses weie very handsome nnd  the staging beautiful." We have no  room to give a fuller criticism than  this, or we shoulel have a great de������al  more to say in praise or the Lyceum  company, for it is .by far thc best  theatrical company that has visited  C.-ils^ry for years, and the thanks of  the theatie going public are due to the  cricket club for their enterprise in  bringing such a good thing to the  town.  ir*$ ���������]  -.  r  ;_  Revelstoke   Herald  PnbHshed In Interests o  Rerelitoke. Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lake  lllecillewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan  Pass and Eagle Pass District*.  A   JOHNSON Proprietor.  A. Beml-We-ekly Journal, published in tho  tntereau ot Revelstoke ar.d the surrounding  district, Wednesdays and Sutureless, making  closest connections with all trains.  AdTertlirtng RateB: Display ads, $1 SO per  <olu__il_eh. $2.00 per inch wheninnertcdon titlo  page. Loral ads. 12o p-r (nonpareil) line for  '*ftr������t lonecaen; Sc for each additional insertion  Reading uotiues, lie per line each issue. El in,  ���������slamatceAnd Death notices, free.  Bubacriptlon Rates: By mail or carrier. *2 00  per annum ; ������1,-5 for six months, slrlclly in  Onr Job Department: TnB Hiuialt) Job  Department is one* of tho host equipped  printinu offloes in West Kootenay, nnd is prepared to execute nil kinds of printing ln ilrM  class style at honost prices One prico to all.  . - Kei Job too larae���������none too small���������for ub. Mall  orrien promptly attended to. Give us a trla'  on yonr next order. , .  ToCorr������������pondent������: Wo im correspondence on any subject of Interest '_> tho general  rnhlie, and desire a rellabl' regular corren-  pondent In every locall' aurroundinf:  Berelstoke. In all casos the bona fide nam.  pf the wrltor must accompany iiittiiiiBiript, bui  not neewsa'lly for publicatio ���������  _riaress all conmunicalions  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoko. B. C  Hamilton Times roferrs to the minister of interior as "lTou.J.W.Sifton."  Bryon used to define Fame as "being  shot in a ditch and having your name  misspelled in the Gazette."  A company, in which Mackenzie &  Mann arej interested, is applying for  incorporation with the purpose ol  constructing a railway along the  Stickine route. Neither monopoly  nor land grant is sought, and If built  it will have to do business in opposition to the White pass road, wliicli  will soon reach the Yukon waters. It  was a groat deal that the senate  spoiled last session. It is no wonder  tlie parliamentary promoters curse the  senators nnd want their power  tailed.  SPANISH  VERSION- OF  VICTORY  DEWEY'S  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  cur-  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  I. All correspondence must bo lcglbl>  written on one Bide of the paper only.       ���������___.__,..  t. Correspondence containing persona  mutter muet be Binned wilh 11.- pr per nam.  C 3l. "-oriespondenco with reference * to an*,  thing that has appeared In another paw  mu.t first be offereo for publication to lhu'  ; ��������� per before It can appear in lm Hkrai.d.  WEDNESDAY,      APRIL      19,      1899  How is il thai the speeches m lhc  Imperial piirllamsni arc so short, and  those in the Canadian parliament so  long? Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper  occupied seven hours in his attack,  while tlio minister of interior spoke  over six hours for the purpose o  proving that Sir Chailes hael wasled  the timo of the houso. Is il because  the subjects discussed nt Ottawa an  more important and therefore require  more time, or because the speakers at  Ottawa, arc loss important and therefore take longer lo say less?  Doolcy's Monologues.  "The Spanish admiral jfoes over and  writes   a   cable:       'This   mornin'   we  was attacktcd,' bo says.' An',' ho says,  wo  fought   the      iiiimy  with      great  courage,'   he   says.       'Our   vlcthry   Is  complete,'  lie says.   -\Vc     have     lost  Ivryihlnff     wc had,'  he     says.      'Th'  ihreacherous foo,'  he says,  'after des-  iruyin' us sought refuge bchilil u mud >  scow,' lie says;  'but nawthlu' daunted ���������  us.     What bunts we     cueldon't r-run ���������  ashore wc suiriiulorcd,' ho says, 'as mo I  coai-lalls arc ulli _.',' he says, 'I cannot 1  write  no  more,'   lie      says,  'an'  I  nm  bravely  but rapidly  Ion pin"  from  wan  vessel   to     another,   followed      by me  valieinl  crew,  with  a   lire  engine,'   ho  says.      'If   I  can  save  mo  coat-tails,'  lie says, 'they'll bo no kick cumin',' he  says.       "Long   live   Spain,   lung       live  ni-siir.' "  METHODIST CHURCH��������� Revelstoke.  -"rLi_.ui.lug serviced al 11 _.ui u, o 7:30  p.m. ciauB meeting at the oluse ot thu  inurning service. ..-abb-th oclioul and Bible  Class ui 2:d0 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every Wednesuay evening at V.'Ml p.m. The  pub.ic are coreliully invited.   Seats free.  KEV. B. J. THOMPSON, Pastor.  I "HUBCH    OF      ENG_,AND-3t.  ���������������"   Kuvuldtuke     Hours, ot service:  Peter's  Evening  pniyur eii lly at 5 o'clock, FridayB at 7:30.  dunday<< and Festivals: Holy Communion at,  a.m., morning prayer at 11. Sunday School  and Bible Cla-.o ul __:������), evu_iug pray, r at 7:30.  First Sunday in tho month Holy Communion  at morning services.  PM-SB. TEltlAN . CHDBCH���������Boyelstoko.  Service every Sunday at 11a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Bib*o CliBi at 2::ffl p.m.,.to which  all are welcome. Prayer meeting ai 8 p.m.  ever}' Wednesday.  KEV. T. M1CXZIES, PaBtor.  I.) OMAN  !���������*���������   Bloke.  CATHOLIC   CHUROH ���������Revel  _ _     Mass   lira and ihird Sundays In  month al 10:30 a ni.  REV. FATHER THAYEK.  SA OVATION AKMY-Mcelings every night  in their lm 1 on Front Street  One of the "reptiles'* of the Libera  press savs of Messrs Richardson and  Oliver, the Liberal M. lVs who are  allowed to play in Mr. billons  vard,   that  while   liidi-  SPICY COPY   IN DEMAND  One of the most unpleasant effecls  of modern Journalism is the way in  which the private lives of groat personages are probed into and exposed  tei the roaring mob, not for the purpose of inculcating moral lessons in  the rising generation, but of catering  to the morbid craving for spicy news  on* the part of the reading public.  The startling paragraph that is going  the rounds of the press to the effect  that President Faure, so far trom  having died within the precincts of  the Champs Elysee Palace, breathed  his'last in the apartments of Madame  Horel, d, variety actress, is a  choice morsel for jaded newspaper  readers, but Is scarcely a fit piece of  historical information to bo Incorporated in ihe school books of that  country. Another groat French  statesman, Gambetta. died wlch remarkable suddenness in Paris about 13  yearB ago, and while all Franco was  mourning his loss, it oked out that he-  had been shot by an exasperated laely  friend. While this contretemps die1  not affect his prestige at home, it certainly did abroad. Thc papers oughi  to leave those great fellows alone with  tnelr fame. The British throne was  not strengthened or buttressed to any  appreciable extent by the exposures of  the peccadilloes of the Georges. There  oujrht to be an Anti-G reat-Man-Sc.n-  dal Bill passed at the forthcoming  Peace Conference. __  lerosting  to  got  lhc  maligned   mom-  bo's views  on the mental characteristics   of  a   political   pap-Biickcr  Oliver's,   at  least,   would   be  expressed  Mr.  forcibly  KILL OR  CURE  METHODS.  SOUTHERN  DEVELOPMENT  Comparatively few residents of  Alberta ouslde of the district Immediately concerned have any Idea of  the magnitude of tho irrigation work  which is now being carried on in  Southern Alberta. A main ditch CO  miles long" Ib being constructed for  the irrigator: ot a tract of land a  halt a million acres in area. The  water supply will be taken from tho  St, Mary's river at a point near the  mountains and six miles north of thc  international boundary. The St.Mary's  is a strong aud swift flowing stream  capable of supplying sufficient force  and volume ofwater to make thc  canal itself a good sized stream. Tho  ditch will open up and make available for agricultural purposes an enormous tract of land which has hith-  . erto been practically of no value. The  Irrigation company, which is composed of members of the Mormon colony  at Cardston, proposes to construct the  work bv Bormo nlabor, and it is said  ~tEat���������Eo-Ies"s"tfiari���������_00<PM6i~moris_ar'e  comlng in from Utah for the purpose.  The workers will be rewarded for  their service with grants of land in  the ������rea to be irrigated by the ditch  a fact which should be a great iu  ducement   to   intending   settlers.  The action of the town, of Lethbridge in granting a bonus of  $30.00.0 to the company will bo generally approved. Construction of this  ditch in the district tributary , to the  town means to Lethbridge all the dif  Washington'.! Treatment In His Last III  ness Little Short of IU order.  "There can scarcely bo a doubt that the  treatment; of Washington's last illness by  thc doctors was lilllo short of murder,''  says Mr. Paul Ford in "Tho Trim George  Washington." Those wero tho days of the  "kill or euro" treatment, when strong  plasters, jalap and blooding, tho universal  remedies, loft littlo hopo for patients who  could uot withstand both drugs and dis-  easo.  Professor Je\bn Fisko writes in his "Old  Virginia nnd. Tier Neighbors" that whon  Washington ln lull vigor found thnt ho  had caught rn bad colel ho sent for tho doctors. Moiiiiwhilo bo line! half a pint of  blood taken from him by one of his over-  eoors. Of tho three physicians in attendance  one was his dear friond, tho good Scotchman, Dr. Jnmos Cralk. His collcriguo,  Dr. Elisha Dick, said:  "Do not bloed tho general. He nccdi  oil his strength."  His ndvico was not heeded. Threo copious bleedings followed.,in the lnstof which  a quart of blood was taken. Tho third attendant, Dr. Gustavus Brown, afterward  expressed bitter regret thnt Dr. Dick's advice was not taken. Besides this wholesale blooding'tho patient was dosed with  calomel anil tartar omotio and scarified  with blisters and poultices.  "Tho question is suggested," writes Mr.  FIsko, "if Washington had lived a dozen  years longer, would thoro have beeu a sco-  onel war with Kngland?"  Tho heroic methods of the sovoiitconth  century, which, though killing tMusnnds,  wero continued far into tho oi^htoonth,  nre oxhibitcd by tho itoms of n -lillren-  doreel by Dr. Haelelon of York nbo~~,l~ 1006  for performing an amputation. They Included''ono highly flavored and two ordinary corelials, threo ointments for th������  wound, an ointment precipitate, tho operation of lolling blood, a purge por diem,  two purges electuaries, which nre powders  mixed with honey or sirup, external applications, a cordial ond two nstringeul  powders, bloodletting, a defensive and a  large cloth."  Photography In the Courts.  Photography Is often called Into court  as a. witness whoso, testimony cannot bo  ImpeacKeU. It'lsTnTcletcctive^bf_forged"of-  disguised handwriting, for no matter how  clever an Imitation or alteration, the eyo  of the camera will search out, and the  sensitive plate display the fraud. A very  Important caso, in which tho entries in a  document were ln question, led to tbo  building of what is probably the largest  camera in the world. The bellows may be  extended 23 feet and is connected with a  dark room, which also serves aa a plate  holder.    The lens seems out of all propor-  m.  = ... . tion to the size of tho camera, being  but  ference "between  rapid  progress    audi two inches lu diameter, but its magnifying  stolid stagnation, anel it is safe to say  that in the near future the tax payers  whose vote on the bylaw was practically unanimous will find this $30,000  an extremely profitable investment.  Now that the town has added to its  magnificent tract of coal fields an  enormous area of land suitable for  agriculture, the material prosperity of  Lethbidge will shortly become an  established fact.  Chief Dinizulu. son and successor  of Cetewayo is adve rtised as a subscriber to the London Times reprint  of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.  Truly there Is hope even for the Galician!  The earths is reported  to' be  flat  tening at ���������ihe poles, anel  the Winnipeg Free Press will now hasten to in  form anxious scientists that the fiat  lening  is  simply  a  scheme    Clifford  Sifton has adopted for improving the  climate of the Yukon.���������Toronto Telegram. ~  power is so great that letters ono-fourth of  nn Inch in height can bo enlarged to IM  feot and appear In their exact dimensloni*  ond without tho slightest apparent distortion.���������"Photography: Its Marvels," by  Elizabeth Flint Wade, ln tit. Nicholas.  A Highly Cultivated Spot.  Barbados, tho chief produce of which is  the sugar enna, is one of tho inrjnt* highly  cultivated epnts on the) face of thr, earth.  Tho wholo island, which is of about tho  size of tho Isle of Wight, is parccicel out  into small holdings, and every acre of land  Is turned to account.  Off For Good.  Dnzzey���������I hear that your brother hod  levoral of his lingers cut off the ether day.  Doohey���������So he did.  Dnzzey���������How are thoy getting on?  Doohey���������They're not getting on at all.  They're off fur gooel.���������Roxhury Gazette.  The Montreal Herald has -well  earned tho applause of he whole  country. It undertook lo do something towards cleansing the municipal  machine of Montreal, and in carrying  on that praiseworthy work found it  necessary to expose some crookedness  on the part of the chief of police.  That official sued the Herald for libel  and after a tedious trial the Herald  bas come out on top. The general  public does not know .that it costs  money to win a newspaper libel suit,  and in this particular ease the Herald  must be thousands of dollars out of  pocket But it has won ihe approbation of all whose opinion is worth  anything. .   __.���������;.  V-ATerlnff Charity.  "Little Dick look all tho money out of  hl_ bank to senel to Fiifferlng Cubans."  "Noblo littlo chap!''  "Yes, but ho changed his mind anel  Sought peanuts with it."���������Chicago Reo-  3rd.  In No Danger.  As o plcturcsepio eVscription of that  mediocrity' which nothing can Inspire,  Zlon's Herald quotes tho remark of Fatlici  Taylor to a divinity student who hael taken tho place temporarily of Boston's famous "sailor preacher."  After the e-orinoii, ns lhey tlescendcd fhe  pulpit stair.-;, the student asked:  "Father Taylor, v. lint did you think of  my ionuon this morning?"  Approaching him in a fntherly way and  placing bis hand on the student's shoulder, he replied:    "  "My dear brother, If your text had had  thc smallpox, your sermon could not bar*  caught it." ^^  U ������������**  V. \V. Downer of Lethbridge lias  been iippoiiiteil U. 8. consul at that  point.  Crow's  Nest  Railway company  has  raised  tlio wages of its navvies from  ,.2i, to ?1.50 per day.  Wiiiderinero townsite lias beon plac-'  od on the market and several lots |  have   been   already   sold. |  Canadian manufacturers have advanced the price of sugar 10 cents  per 100 pounds.  General Hutton's projected tour of  inspection to Manitoba and British  Columbia has been pospunoil.  Business failures in the Dominion  last week numbered 17, as against 32  for the corresponding week last year.  An Ottawa despatch says that the  government has decided to stop the  importation of lieruor into the Yukon.  It is reported that General Hutton  intends raising two ' battalions of  mounted infantry in Manitoba and  tlie North West.  The Ford-Thames party supposed to  have been lost with the yacht Thistle  is safe at Albert bay, according to a  Victoria despatch.  The Italian and his companisn who  murdered young Ryan at Cranbrook  last month have arrested by the B. C.  provincial police near Elko.  C. XV. Evans, lately a clerk in thc  employ of Sherlock, Freeman & company, of -Lethbridge has been arrested  at Medicine Hat on a charge of theft.  Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper denies  the truth of tho statement wired from  Ottawa that he was about- to leave  federal politics aud run for Conservative premier of B.  C.  A bill introduced by Senator Willis'  in thc United States senate providing  for the inspection of Canadian cattle  imported into the States has been  killed by a vote of 28 to 10.  A motion has been' made by the  crown for a chango of venu in the  case of the queen vs. Ponton, charged!  with complicity in the bank robbery'  at Napanee. Judgment will be given,  next week.  ', !  I)<��������������������������� . Father Lacombe the veteran'  North' West missionary has received  through Lady Minto a portrait of.  tho queen sent, by her majesty In re-j  cognition ot his self sacrificing work  among the Indians.  A Barnardo boy named Frank Conning ham, aged 14, was committed for  trial at Okotoks on Thursday last!  on a charge of attempted suicide. He;  hael been working for J. W. Shields:  and took a dose of carbolic acid. j  D. M. Sti-wart. chief of the eliscount  department of the Canadian Bank of  Commerce at Montreal has resigned  to accept the,,more lucrative posi-|  tion of inspector of branches of the  Merchant's  batik  west, of Montreal.  Vancouver World: a. McBride, of  Calgary, arrived In Vancouver on  Tuesday and will tako tip permanent residence here. Mr. McBride was  until recently in the hardware busin-.  ess  ai  Calgary  and  Rossland. j  A new engine for the C.P.R. has  just left the Kingston Locomotive  works. It is the largest engino ever  -bniit���������at���������the���������Kiinjstorr���������v-'orks^��������� and���������fj  weighs 90 tons. It is compounded on  e. new principle and has eight1' driv-.  ing wheels. |  During an entertainment representing a battls between the English an".  Chinese given' at Lincoln, England,  on April Sth. seven persons were  shot, of whom one is dying. Muzzle  loading guns were, used whioh it was  not known were loaded. |  Wm. Mackenzie anel D.D.Mann were  defendants last week at Ottawa  in a ,  suit brought against the*rn hy tho Al-j  borra Railway & Coal company to re-;  rovr-r  JifiO.fifin   f0r   sti*e>l       rails     and  rolling slock supplied for the Canada  Yukon     railway.      When   the   senate  threw out. tlio deal  last session, Mac-,  Kenzie  &  Mann   e\_ni-ellr-d   tlif;  order.'  Judgment was  reserve*d. I  Macleod Gazette: It is re~porteel in  usually well infornieel circles that  James Hill, manager of the Great  Northern railway, proposes to run a  branch of that line from Macleod to  the* international boundary.- following the route for which thc C. & E. ���������  secured a charter. This would give*,  a competing line to Brirish Coulmbia '  and the coast-  Sir Nathaniel Alexander Staples.  Bnrt., died at his residence, Lissan.  Iceland, rerently In his 82nd year,  lie was the eighth baronet, and was  son of the Rev. William Molesworth  Staples, and succeeded his uncle. Sir  Thomas Staples, O..C, ir. ISS.I.and is  survived hy Lady Staples. Threo sons  and two daughters were born e>f thc  marriage. His ejlelest son. Sir John  Males worth Staples, was heirn in IS IS  Tin; late lmronot, wns undo of tho  Misses Kennedy, of lloxv Peep. Cal  gary.  Claims Agent D'Arcy. of the C.P.R.,  visited Donald last we<~k !<_ discuss  the question of compensation to be  rciven to residents of the* town who  hael suffered damage by reason of  the removal of the divisional point  and workshops from thnt. town. Mr.  D'Arcy stritr-el that, the company was  prepared to give transpeirtantion to  parti*"! lookincr for new business sites  and intra, sportinc: their off eels to the  new locations. Parties who had purchased town lots ���������would lie allow.d  vhat thoy had already paid should  thev purchase lots in any other  C. P. n.  townsite.  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No   1658.  Regular  meetings  are held In lhe  Oili"llc!lo������������s Hull on the third Ki'ld.ty  ol' each month at 7..40 p. in.   Visiting  brethren e'oriliallv invited  XV. O. Hlriirv, W.M.; R. P. I'cttI  piece, Hei'. Sec.; Dr. T. Jeffs, Kin. Sec.; Thoa.  Steed,'Treasurer.  Court  Mt.   Begbie,  I.O. F��������� 1.0.3461.  pETTIPIECE'S  Directory  and  Mao  of the  City^Revelstoke  1899.  I beg to inform the public  that the Third Annual Directory and Map of tho City of  revelstoke will be issued  from the oflice of publication  , on or about the 1st of May.  Besides containing a complete  list of the names, occupation  and residence of every mala  resident of Revelstoke and  vicinity it will contain valuable information concern- -���������  ing North Kootenay. Place  your  order   now.  PRICE   FIFTY   CENTS  Remit  to   R.  P.  PETTIPIECE,  Revelstoke, B. C.  These Are Facts  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS,  opened np by the  Mineral properties  Meets in tho Oddfellows' Hall on the  2nd and llll Fridays of  each month. Viaiting  brethren invited to  attend.  R. Campbell,    K.  Chief Ranger.  D,  J, C. Johnson  Itec.-Sec.  The Acme���������*  Soda  Water  Works  Manufacturers of all kind- of  Aerated Water.1?, Soda and Mineral  Waters in Syphons and Bottles.  Factories at Vernon and Revelstoke, 13. C.  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR lo  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Blaoksmithincr-i Jobbine  Plumbin*?.   Pipe Fitting  Tinsmithing  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Miniqg W������rk a Specialty,   ������n  TCOBT. GORDON  Revelstoke   Station.  Diamond Core  Drilb^s==-���������  To obtain rapidly the knowledge of the value of vert* or led-jen  nothiiiR is to bo compared with the Diamond Core Drill, which will  prove more in 30 days than an outfit of men tunnelling or sinking  shafts cjuld Drove iu ten years.  The Diamond Core Drill can pierce the mountains nnd   tnke tbe  secret of what it contains from their very heart?, and the more solid  he rock formation, the quicker it will do its woik.  The Diamond Core Drill is so constructed that it cn:  be  ttikpn  ti  pieces and packed on the. backs of horses and carried   and   wen keti  almost inaccessible places where water can be obtaineej,-���������arid it  be in almost any part of British Columbia.  For full information and particulars apply by letter or in p'irson to  J.   D.    SIBBALD,  REAL     ESTATE   AND     MINING     6ROKERS,     REViOLSTOKE  ^evelstol\e  Hospital  Maternity Room i.i connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  rs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs, Attendants  t Leon  Hot  prings  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  -Well Known for Their'  Health Givmg Properties.  Both-Hotels-Open_for_theJWinter_  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed rooms.     Rates  Table furnished with  the choicest the maike!;  olfeird-i. Best Wines  Liquors    and      Cigars  $1.00 a Hay.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  ^mmmrnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm?mmmmf������'  I  THE MOLSONS BANK   I  fc Incorporated by Act of Pxiilivmicnt, 1855.;; EiJ  P HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL , 1  PAID UP CAPITAL  REST FUND  $2,000,000  $1,600,000  El DIRECTORS:   Wm. Molson Maci'Ukiison, Froslile-ul:  S.   II. Kinyei. Virn-I>r'.������ld������iif* 3__.  fc W. M. Ramsay.Sajiuei. FiM.Kv.vJKMiY.A.'tcnuiAi.i'  J..I'. e;i,K.,K(.',it\ "        ' ^  5^ H. MAllKI.ASU.ilOI.KON.,"  ' "*  ^ MAKAIiKIt,   IlKVhI.SruKI.,- B. C.     't2  F. Wokfeutox Thomas, Gcnornl Manager.  A general banking business transacted,     Interest, allowed a1 current  .T.D. ���������MOL'iOV,  rates.  RATES.   $l.oo   PER   DAY  The Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily.  A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers  and the Springs.  Good Accommodation both  at   the   Springs   and at  tlie Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free.   ()   Rates  S1.25 per day.  W-    M.    BROWN,  Proprietor.  .T1  The  oluinbia  House.  Good accommodation. A. gooUa*  well supplied villi clo'ce wines  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains  :B.EQwn-������-&-JRojol, j  ctors.  j  Hotel Ferguson  Ferguson, B.C./  BEST .WXOM.MOIIATIO.V  't.N' tiik I.ahdrai;  Kates $2 Per  Day.  D. FERGUSON,  Proprietor.  REVELSTOKE ���������  Sash  and  Door  Facto  Brnnuf.iotitf ������TS of  and Denier s In       ���������-���������������'  S.isl', Poor.. Tnrnliiif". I'llntli". Corner  II!'.clcs, Moiililliit-ii of all kii.ili. Kanry  Unbl'-f nnel Vcraiulah work, llnrckct*,  ofeivcrv i!r������cr!i,tlou maele hi order.  Stem- mnl I'llle-i' Filling*. I'linlow  FrnniC". wltli mi* litlfiel a 'i������!Cl.-iltj.  Al! tliv Iatc������t m:������ .illi'TV. Dry kiln on hu  priiniKi". Cull mnl Ret (.rice.. iMsfur  Koinic aluwlitrei.  SAWYER & MANNING.  V E1_ST ������  KE  Do Vou ttJbnt a   Home  in   This] Growing   mining  and  Hai-bcrny  Centre  9  The Ci & K. s'eam Navigation Company have soon of   1 1 1  lightful piopprty in Itevelstoke.    It is charmingly   situated,   handy  to  to any portion of the town.    Come and enquire about it at once.    Easy  terms if necessary.  HHIG St Cl^fllG, Sole Agents  F.JWgCJ_RTY    ;.  .Wholesale and Retail Dealer iri   PRLME BEEF, PORK.  JVUDTTCXN JMTC) SJI13SJ_@E  Fish   nnd   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Itevelstoke  Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardean and Tront Lake  Saddle   nnd     Pack  always for hire.  Horses  Freighting  and   Teaming  specialty.  D-aily Stape leaves Thomson's Landing every morning ut 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.. For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Lasdiko.  R  tf-fi  ���������nmniii-im ������%  CHASED     BY    AUTHORITIES  Speaker Reid to Retire���������A Charge oi  Blackmailing Against Government  Officials���������Sir Henry '.Irving Returns  to the Stage���������Smart German Diplomats  ��������� Kamloops, April 17.���������Saturday evening Philip Walker was shot by Casl-  nier a Stwnsh Indian at his own door.  Walker llve'd * for 40 minutes aftor  tho shooting. The murder was evidently premeditated and was the result of an old feud. Casmir escaped  to the" Indian reservation but a large  posse is now in pursuit of tho murderer. In . the meantime a party of  armed specials was organized in town  and is now out' hunting' for Casimir.  'ihey havo with them bis klootch-  nian, who says she knows where he  intends  to  hide.  SIR  HENRY  RETURNS  London.April 16.���������Enormous crowds  assembled at the Lyceum theatre yesterday evening to welcome Sir Henry  ��������� Irving's retrun to the stage. But Ui06e  present were somewhat ��������� disappointed  with Robespierre, which proved rather  long and harrowing and whicli, though  staged " with wealthy . scenery and  costumes that always characterize  Sir Henry's productions, did not afford to either him or'Miss Terry an  opportunity to be seen to their best  advantage ,  REED  WILL   RETIRE  Washington, April 17.���������Speaker  Thomas B. Reid of Maine has decid-  to to retire from congress and .will  take up the practice of law in New  York. Congressman James J- Sherman will have the Maine man's support for the speakership.  "WON'T   SEE   THEM     -  Ottawa, April 17.���������Hon. Mr. Sifton  refuses to give audience to the agent  of a* New York syndicate who says  that his company is being systemat-  " really blackmailed - by - government  oflicials. -   ���������.  A  CANARD  Ottawa.April 17.���������A1 statement was  sent out from Ottawa yesterday to  the effect that a'modus vlvendi touching he-Alaska boundary question at  the request.of the American authorities Sad been agreed to by an order  In council here * But :*���������  -such action has been taken' by the  Canadian- authorities^nor. is likely to  be taken upntil'* the American government agrees to the final disposition  of the boundary;dispute within'settled lines and further signifies its  willingness to include such stipulations-within a* final agreement.  CHINESE FIRE WORKS  ���������Hong Kong. April le.-r^Villagers  of Tai Poo Su, one of the newly acquired places in British territory, on  the Hong Kong mainland, and who  broke out In rebellion on Friday, burned some British mat sheds and then  * retired to the hills and fired upon the  British troops who were esnt to quell  the disturbances. The British returned the fire scattering the Chinese and  killing several. The British suffered  no casualties.  WILLIAM THE KING MAKER  Pekin,- April 16.���������The - foreign element here is reported to believe that  the Emopror William has planned to  make Prince Henry, of Prussia king  of the Chinese province of Shan Tang  and that tho occupation of Kiac  Choaw* is the first step.  SAMPSON WON'T ACCEPT  Montreal, April 17.���������Montreal  Her-  -ald-this-mornnig-publlshes-a-special-  from Washington to the effect.that the  United  States  Admiral Sampson  will  not accept the invitation of the-British   naval. authorities * to   visit  England, and.the reason is understood to  be that the U. S. doesn't desire to emphasize* to  the  European . powers . its  increasingly   cordial   relations   with  Britain: '   Admiral  Sampson's squadron has- been  ordered  home instead.  GERMANY  SCORES  London,   April   17.���������Germany     has  scored first: blood in the Samoan negotiations  at  the  expense  of    Great  Britain in-securing an Importantthat  of unanimity in the decision of-    the  commission, against which Lord Salisbury held but.   Britain s acceptance  of  unanimity  in  decisions   is  a. distinct score for German diplomacy.  CAMBRIDGE   WINS!  A! Fori William Destroys Immense  Amount ol Property  '     , -      .i  ,   . *~"-<~~l  THE C. P. R. HEAVY LOSERS  GUARDING THE POPE  The most important jierson in attendance on the pope Is Pio Centra,  ������he body servant of the aged pontiff.  He? is more than a privileged servant;  he is a constant companion, sleeping  ln an adjoining chamber with so thin  a partition betwixt them that he can  hear the pope's breathing. At all  times, too, he can keep surveilance by  the- aid of a little glass window which  Js at the head of the bed, while by  means of a telephone he Is ln communication with Prof. Lapponi, the doctor,  vho lives out of the Vatican.  Besides the eminent physician there  are- two assistant doctors who live In  the palace and have the care of the  health of the 500 souls comprising tlie  population of the Vatican. In tho  duys of Pius IX there were many, moro  who made their abode there.  By an arrangement between the  uollce and the Vatican authorities a  window next the papal apartments Is  feint open during the day and closed at  Mleht with a lighted lamp behind it  The shutting of the window during tho  day. or tke putting out of the lamp,  means that something unusual han  happened and that help la required.  When the pope Is 111. this singular si*n  would mean that he Is dead. An  Italian sentinel Is constantly watching  this window. This, however, diel not  prevent the mistake of Gen. n������lla  Kccca. under se-crctary of state In tlio  Crlspi cabinet, who announced In tho  house thc death e.r rius IX flvo hours  before It took place.  Latest returns from the Irish coun-  lv council elections give thc Nationalists 300 and the Unionists 83 seats.  Bathes in Boiling Tar���������Indian Murderer  Still at Large���������Samoa Again���������Western Memoers May Boll���������The jrp  Exclusion Bill���������Burglars Get in Then  Fine Work  FIRE AT FORT WILLIAM  Fort William, April 18.���������Tho Canadian Pacific Railway company's  round house here was partially destroyed by fire last night at 8:30 p. m  Through the heroic efforts of employees and others tho company managed to save several engines and the  workshop at the east end of the*  building. Ten stalls and seven en-*  gines wero destroyed by the flames.  The origin of tho flre Is yet unknown.  The approximate loss will be about  $60,000.  SHOCKING ACCIDENT  Vancouver, April 18.���������rWilliam Davenport who fell into a vat of boiling-  tar at the Morrison & Armstrong  foundry yesterday still lives. Davenport was engaged in dipping water-  pipes into' the vat by. machinery  when he slipped and fell.' He was  immersed up to the knees but was  lifted out immediately and sent to the  hospital, suffering terrible agony. His  life, however, will probably be saved.  KAMLOOPS TRAGEDY  Kamloops. April 18.���������Casimir, the  Indian who murdered Philip Walker  here, apparently without 'cause on  Saturday last is still at large. Armed  men have been scouring the country  for him without success.  SAMOA AGAIN  London, April 18.���������Parliamentary  secretary of foreign affairs, St. John  Broderick, replying in the house of  commons today to" Michael Davitt.said  that the manager of a German plantation near Apia was arresteel by the  senior British naval oflicer on sworn  evidence that he was seen directing  the natives who had ambushed the  naval landing parties. This action,  Mr. Broderick added, was taken without the naval oflicer in question having had an opportunity to'communicate with the home government,  "v^o are informed" saiel- Mr.Brotlericli  "that he was handed over to th'<  commander of the German warship  Falkeon, on the promise that he will  be detained on board." .  SEEKS DISALLOWANCE * '  Ottawa, April 18.���������T. Nosse the  consul- general for Japan in Chicago  is here to urge upon the government  -the advisability of disallowing the  Japanese Exclusion bill which was  passeel last session by the Legislature  of British Columbia. Ho pointed out  that Japan was an ally, and friendly  to Great Britain. He also is anxious  to see that no duty'is imposed   on tea.  ' DAKOTA PRAIRIE FIRE  St. Paul. April IS.���������The most destructive prairie fire tor years, burned  today John Mcculloch's hotel, thc  Northern Pacific water tank, the consolidated Elevator company's- warehouse and a number of farm, buildings at Sterling, North" Dakota, The  flre was followed'by a blinding snow  storm. . -  WESTERN   MEMBERS    DOUBTFUL  Ottawa, April -18.���������Tho government  Is not very anxious to close the present debate, ' a report being general  last night that there will J i ely be a  big bolt of western members when  the division bell i-lngs, the ministry  being anxious to whip them into line.  ���������Even' when Bertram's amendment Is  disposed of the debate on the address  will not terminate forthwith, as another _.opposltlon .amendment .will ^be_*  presented expressing" the advisability of a parliamentary investigation  being held into the Yukon affairs.  DEATH   ROLL  Londonfj April 18.���������Sir Rose Lambert Price, Bart., the well- known1  author and soldier, is dead.  BURGLAR GOES' ABURGLING .  Treherne, Manitoba, April 18.���������Early  this morning he Massey Harris company's office here was broken into and  the safe blown open with gunpowder.  About $400 .belonging to S.H.Megaw  of Winnipeg and $100 belonging to  to;' the Northern Elevator company  was stolen. - Anderson, the agent for  the Massey Harris company waa paying out money for these wheat men.  The office is badly shattered. There  is no clue to the the thief.  MONTREAL'S RECORD  Montreal, ��������� April 18.���������Burglars blew  open the safe in Mann's drug store  on St. Antoine Street this morning.  The explosion wrecked the whole  building.'- The pjate glass windows  iu the front were smashed to atoms  and the bottles and show cases badly  broken.  The  Oxford  restaurant on  University street was also robbed, the safe  being blown open and $1000 stolen.  ELECTIONS IN  SIGHT  Winnipeg, April 18.���������Registration  clerks and revising ofllcers to prepare  U13 Manitoba voters lists for the  forthcoming elections have been appointed.  LAWTON   RETIRES  Washington, April 18.���������General  Lawton has evacuated the villages.  he had taken in the Philippines anel  h'a's withdrawn his forces to Manila.  m ���������  What might have happened at Omdurman Is at present tho subject of  somo  Interesting speculations;      but  bero is a fresh story of what did happen hefore the battle."   Lieutenant de  Montmorency got his Victoria  Cross  not only for rescuing tho body of his j  dead   comrade,   Lieutenant   Grenfell. !  ln the charge of the 21st Lancers, but!  for  going the day beforo  the battle ;  Into  the   enemy's .lines  disguised   as  an Arab hawker and finding ont their,  plans.       He went .despite  Lord Kitchener's'warning, "you take your life  in your hands."   That day his charger |  was shot under him. and he went into action and Into the charge mounted  on a polo pony,      . ....  A bumper to Cambridge!     Great Zeus,  how it stirs us  To  sec  the  light  blues  floating first  o'er the line!  Fate smiles once again and no longer  defers us;  One  year  makes  amends      for  the  losses of nine.  Week followed on week, and     in     all  kinds of weather  They labored undaunted, not daring  to boast.  Till at last in a fiash they all got il  together.  And  swinging  and      smiling     sped  home to the post.  We saw them take ship, and we saw  them  with glee row,  Wo saw how they Bpurted again and  again:  So Cambridge, kind mother of     sago  and  oi hero,  Bo  proud  of eight sons who     have  proved themselves men.  There was Gibbon at stroke, who, forgetting his name- sake.  When they pressed him declined not,  nor drcam't of a fall,  And  enjoying- thc  game  for thc  glorious game's sake  Shot  his  hands  oft  his  chest  like n  ball  from  a wall.  At seven sat Ward.     Did he think of  his lordship,  The grandsire     who all his     young  fancies had nursed;  And   what   thoughts   had   Lord   Esher  of old days aboard ship,  . When Oxford were beaten and Cambridge  were������  llrst!  There   was   Sanderson   six,   very   long  he in truth is:  At  five  was  our  Ethel,   whose  surname  is  Smith,  Though  his  nickname  a girl's  is,  thc  rest of the youth is  All   manhood      and      muscle      and  courage and  pith.  At four we had Payne, to behold him  was pleasure; .  He   was   -stalwart  and    sturdv  and  steady  and  strong;  And   behind   him      swung      Goldie,   a  treat and a  treasure,  A chip of the old block who kept thc  stroke  long.  At,two was young Calvert,  the Antipodean;  From bow little Chapman  the pros-  -    pect  enjoved;  And,   since  eights  must      be  steered,  just to wind up my paean,  1   may   add   that   their  coxswain,   a  ripper, was Lloyd.  So   a   bumper  to  them!      Givo   them  u triumph  and' glory!  Lo. tlie names and the fame of their  prowess  abide  Bince. what     e'er be their     lot,  they  ;       shall   live   on   in   storv,  ��������� T110'2Ine,t>'-nine Eight Vvho   at last  turned   the   tide.  T ���������PUNCH.  Twenty-five placei- claims have been  located on the townsite of Greenwood  City, B.C., and great, excitement is  said to prevail.  The deadly dog poisoner has begun  his annual tour. This year he is  working eastward, and is now endeavoring to make a big killing at  New Westminster. '  Kamloops amateurs plaved the  Pirates of Penzance to a crowded  house on Tuesday last. The opera  was preceded by a. curtain raiser entitled, A Happy Pair, in which the  leading part was taken bv Mrs. White-  Fraser,, formerly of Calgary.  .. London Times of last Tuesday ael-  vocal.es the establishment of a Woman's training home in the North  West, and says that the inauguration  .of, the scheme would render a service  to'.the cause of imperial consolidation, the substantial value of whicli  would oulast more showy performances -professing to further the" same  objects.;  Captain Bernier, the Quebec navigator who aspires to lead the Canadian polar expedition, says ho has received offers of aid from all over the  country, but will not start out on the  expedition unless he can go as the  accredited represntatlve of Canada  All he asks from the government is  $30,000. His scheme Is to purchase a  steam schooner in British Columbia'  strengthen her frame, equip her at  Victoria, then make for the north  pole by way of Behring straits and  the coast of Siberia, getting into the  Arctic current, which Nansen demonstrated has a drift towards the pole of  1% miles per day. Bernier will only  take-eight men with him, and at a  convenient point tho entire pary will  desert-the-ship-and-make_a-dash"for  the Pole with dogs  and reindeer.  A letter just received from Dawson  City, Dated March 1, gives late news,  regarding the chief city of the Klon- !  dike. It says a regular bi-monthly  mail service has been established  under the direction of the North West  Mounted Police.over the pass to Skagway. Last-mail was 10 days on "the  way, but o one of the in-going trips  the fast time of 8 days and one hour  was made. - This was accomplished  by travelling day and night and  changing men and dogs at every police  station along the trail. Several late  papers had been received there during the previous month and were all  sold at $1 each. Sugar and condensed  milk are scarce, the former selling at  $1 a pound and'the latter at $1 a can.  Prices on all articles remain about  the same during the summer months.  Here is how the New Denver Ledge  in its characteristic rasmon assays  the Martin-Semlln-Cotton government.  "Tbe British Columbia government  is located at Victoria and can be  traced as far as Vancouver. It is  plainly visible ������������������during the winter  months, and its brains can occasionally be seen by the aid of a mogul  X ray. It works for Joe Martin as  well as the downtrodden taxpayer. It  aims to cut down everything and believes that the devil should take care  of all the supporters of the late Turn'  er government. It has not yet heen  snowslided by public opinion or raid  ed'by the. victims of cheap salaries  It has not stood tbe test of time, but  its paystreak-of economy is growing  wider. lit is a cheap government  no one should be without it Go in  and see it when you reach Victoria  but do not tell them that you saw this  article, or they might borrow your  paper to save a nickel."  Tho Nettio L never looked better  that it does at present. A few days  ago the richest ore yet struck was  encountered in the drift. It was  hea-rlly charged with grey copper  and wil run over 1000 ounces to the  ton ln silver. This strike, which Is  about three inches in thickness, is  embedded In the other ore with  which the breast of the tunnel fairly  glistens. Billy Glenn Is busy raw-  hiding the oro from tho property and  Is making excellent headway. Several tons of shipping ore are now lying at the dump besides a great  quantity of concentrating material.  Voioh . Bros M flaed Foinei  CURTIS'    REMAINS     FOUND  Hibbert Hot After Silton���������Ontario  Lumber Trouble* ��������� Collector of  Customs Arrested ��������� Britain and  Germany Come to an Understanding���������Parliamentary    News  Nw York, April 15.���������Suspected of  having murdered her aged father by  battering his skull with an axe, Mrs.  Dora Jefferies is locked up today at  Liberty avenuo police station, Brooklyn. It required four policemen to]  place her in tho the patrol wagon and  take her to the station. Sbo and her  father Thomas Hannon lived at 2544  Atlantic Avenue and It was thero he  was assailed. .He died at St. Mary's  hospital, shortly after midnight.  DEBATE    CONTINUES  Ottawa, April 15.���������Both Sir Charles  Tupper and Foster spoke re Yukon  charges. Davies replied, and Fielding moved the adjournment. The  debate on the address, by arrangement terminates on Tuesday.  HIBBERT NOT NEARLY DONE  Vancouver, April 15.���������Sir Hibbert  Tupper in an address today stated  that his speech on Yukon affairs will  be followed by another which will  give Sifton something to think about  for some time to come. "My first  speech, he,6aid, "was only a preliminary canter and important charges  are yet to come. Next time Sifton  will not get off so easily."  FIRE AT CARMAN  Carman, Manitoba, April 15.���������A fire  destroyed the whole of the Roblin  block and Massey-' Harris implement  warehouse this -morning. Dufferln  hall and warehouse beneath, Hemingway & Lawson's store. Bank of Ham-|  llton and Mr. Whitehead's offices have  been totally destroyed. Massey Har-_  ris people saved the contents of their |  warehouse, as did- also the families  residing over the Roblin block. Hemingway & Lawson's- stock- is a loss  valued at $1,640, and insured for $800.  CURTIS' FOUND,  ������������������Victoria, April 15���������News has'been  received here that the body of the late  Sir Arthur Curtis has been found by  Indians, who are demanding money  before they will give it up or lead  those'interested to the locality'where  the remains were L discovered. Sir  Arthur was lost last year on the Ashcroft trail. He, along-with a' party  of companions was ^taking that route  to the Klondyke. They had a pack  train, a large quantity of supplies and  a good outfit of horses. _ Sir. Arthur  wandered into the forest to shoot one  day while the party were camped  along a rough piece of trail. He never  returned, and since then his fate has  been  a matter* of much ��������� speculation.  ONTARIO LUMBER TROUBLES  Washington, , April 15.���������The crisis  it is said has about" been reached in  the controversy between- American  and Canadian lumbermen In teh province of Ontario and the parliament  of that province, which recently, passed an act prohibiting the exportation  of all logs. The Ontario officials so  constructed the act as to apply it to  all timber purchased and paid for by  Americans prior to the passage  of the act. It is believed- here that the  president will affix a retaliatory clause  to the Dingley act forthwith.  WHAT GIBSON SAYS      ,  Toronto, April 15.���������Hon. Mr. Gibson  minister, of crown lands in Ontario  said: This government does not propose to take any action. li? the Americans want to put on a prohibitory measure, let them.-. We have  taken pur position and we .will stand  by it." Wo already havo taken the  ground that the exportation of logs  was subject to our^.regulations and  :limits_and_sold_subject_to_these_regu-  latlons. The matter has been fully  considered '.from the commencement  and now the Americans can go ahead.  MANITOBA LIBERALS  Winnipeg, April 15.���������Manitoba Liberals will hold their ' convention at  Winnipeg in June or July.  ANOTHER GOOD MAN  Halifax. April 15.���������Collector of  customs at Bathurst,. N. .B., has been  arrested for being short in his accounts.  AGREE  FOR  ONCE  London, April 15.���������Britain and  Germany have agn.ed on the terms  of  the  Samoan  commission.  evelstoke   %  REAL  ESTATE  S STIFFENING  IMPERIAL IA     K  OF OAHADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,090  Reserve    ....   If200(000  Directors:  _ D   H. 8. Howland   President  S#,?mt&Vlce Pre������" (St.Catf������arine_)  William Ramsay, Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T. Sutherland Stay nor  Elian Rogers,  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Branohes  North XVeat and British Columbia  Krandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  N  V*BCOUT������t  Winnipeg  Rerelatoke  Icon, B,  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  S7C0 will buy two fine buoirie=~> lo!*~i 7 iml S, block 10, on first itret-.r. 50  by 100 feet.    Opposite R. P. Petti piece'.*, iKbidt-uce.     E *,*~y terms.  $253 cash will buy two nice lots, 50 by 100, nearly opposite Sampson's  bouse'.   Lots 3 and -1, Block 11.  $-'*50 will buy a lot 25x100, next the Front St Post Office.  $1000 will buy a block, 75x100 on Campbell Avenue.  $1000 will buy a lot 23x100 in the centre of the business part of Mic-  kenzie Avenue. *  $700 will buy two lots, 6 and 7, block 0, 50x100 oppo^te C. B. Hume efc  Co.'s ware house on Campbell Avenue.  $1000 will buy a house and lot O.block 46, on Third Street. Five room-  bath room,and pantry.' $400 down and balance on time to suit  purchaser.   Tho lot is 50x100.  $3,500 will buy-a block fronting on First St. opposite tho Imperial  Bank. S'ze 100x150x75. ' Corner Connaugiiti Avenue nnd Fii-nt-  St. The C. P.-R.' siding runs along one side. A splendid business location:  $2000 will buy a business block 50x100 fronting on First St., between  the two banks.   A fiue site for a business hoti������e).  South Edmonton,  ONTARIO.  v'JOL* INiagara Falla   ISt. Ihoma.  Fergua        Port Colborne .Toronto  Gait |RatPortage     [Welland  Ingersoll   jfeault St. Marie Woodatock  Liotoweil  (St. Catharines IHamilton  Montreal, Quebec.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  ot $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  ana ut.nu._- deOeuiuteB purchased.  Draft* nnd Letters of Credit���������Available at all pointa in Canada, Uuited  r-ingdoni,-. United State*; Europe.  rnelia. China. -Japan. Auatralia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold   Purchased  Jht!SS?SlE.l8SU*������ sP*e������������> Receipt*  which will be accounted fop ttuyot  the Hudson's Bay Co's. Post* In the  Yukon an- northern dlutrlete.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager* Revelstoke Bra_v__  MINE PRO  Vpfftfftiff  John F. Stevens, who has been osso  elated with Foley Brothers on tho construction of the Crow's Nest railway,  has been appointed chief engineer of  the Great Northern in succession to  Nelson D. Miller, resigned.  According lo a return laid on the  table of the bouse by Minister of  Agriculture Bulyea,- there are 55 stock  and hide inspectors in tho North West.  The number of stock inspected is  24,021 and 1485 hides.  - Victoria, B.C., is,still without a  city engineer. Mr. Kerr, who was recently appointed to the position,.now  telegraphs from Ottawa that *> the  council of that city has substantially  increased bis salary and he has decided to remain at home.  ,- It is said, says The Rossland Miner,  that there are four grades of society  men of the Klondike, who live at  Dawson City. There is the first, the  chechaco, who is one that has recently  arrived in the country and uses baking  powder in making bread. Next in  advance Is tho "sour dough stiff."  who has been a. resident long enough  to see the Ice go out. Then comes tho  old timer, who arrived previous tu  1S35,' and lastly, the pioneer, who ban  taken to himself a fair aborigine lot  a. wife.  ,^ WAIL >S  c  EaperS  Itili'. IiilthIiih,   .\lie\T-,   Kui-  l������os9������.el Oill-. anil Iwri era of    c  -lldeecriplion!.  Tlie:cLcijicsi.viel best Mock of ������������������  XV.MiL I'Al'KKs In il.ecilv.  l/tUnal  ilisk'i.enitB  uiven   ein  nl! e-eisli oreleri.  I* ileal  only   in    w AI, I,  1' A 1' K K S   and solicit ������u     .  inspection of my stock.  W.G.Bipney  Sek.EJ.ZIE JIVE.-  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  and Soo Line.  WORLDS PICTORIAL ROUTE  EAST  AND   WEST  FIRST GLASS AND  TOURIST SLEEPERS  ^..* from ;  PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.  "Work on the C. V. R. from Trail to  Rossland 'will commence shortly, and  be rushed through, so that the broad  guage will be In' Rossland by the 1st  of June, at the latest. The ties have  been laid along tbe road and the rail*  are ready to be laid down so soon as  the frost is sufficiently out of the  ground.  Grogan & Co. are hand-  JjS ling some of the finest  ������& mining propositions in the  ^Ef Big Bend, Lardeau and  $& Fish Creek camps of North  J& Kootenay. Fuil particu-  4jT lars obtained and furnish-  *g* ed about mining claims in  $f& the District.  Carnes  Creek  Consolidated  nnd  Great  Western Mines  Limited, at 25 cents.  FIRE INSURANCE���������We are agents for 11. V. Rithet it Co's. companies.  MONEY TO LOAN  Canvassing agents for the Equitable Savings, Loan and  Building Association. No membership fees. No necessity  to take shares. No fines. The association offers a  straight loan repaid in monthly instalments. Can be paid  off altogether after two years.  I GROGAN & CO.  V       Address :   Revelstoke.  igf      Office :   Herald Office.  lg������       Code:   Moreing    Neill.  ���������Quick-Time,^- Good^Servicer-"  Fewest Changes,    Lowest Rates  Tickets   issued    through  and  Baggage   checked to destination.  DAILY TRAINS.    -  East.    " West.  8 2ok. .lye���������Revelstoke���������Ive. 10.50k  TO AND FROM   KOOTENAV POINTS.  8.15k. :lve���������Revelstoke���������arr..10.05k  For   information,   time   card-,  maps aud tickets apply to  T. W.-BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  W.   F.    Anderson, Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. J. Coyle, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.    ,  J. % Hu"  & Company  Butcher*   and  Betall Dealers in Beef, Pork tt������  KAMLOOPS and RKVCLSTOBJT  AU orden in onr line prom  filled   We Hav   a Good Supply of  Building  Material  Lumber  and  CUT PRICKS TOR SPOT CAS -  Call and soo us. We can fix yo������  REVELSTOKE SAW MILtS  Revelstoke 9 DaMon^-P a  'IS I  /_*#' Wanted  Norn is .'he time Blouse Goods  arc wa/Ued and ice have just  receive/I a beautiful range in  Zephyrs, Sateens, Piques, Fancy  Ginghams, Elc. They arc all  in dainty colors and prelty  patterns. The. prices run from  len to twenty five cents, which  makes them extra good values  Wc also show some snaps in  black Brocade and plain Lustre  skirts, along with a very fine  assortment of linen skirts, these  with all the newest novelties in  Bells, Gloves, Hosiery, Etc.,  should make a visit lo our store  profitable.  Millinery.  Dressmaking. -%&$������  The Cash Bazaar  S. O. E. B. S.  Clinton  loiltfe  of  the  Sons  Th  I_nj_;l,ii]d will be opened in th  fellows' lodge loom on Tuesday  inp; by Rev. 11. Fienues Clinton,  proi ueelini;.'-   will   he   followed  of  Odd-  even-  Thi*  by  PROSPECTING  Valuable Hints to  Persons in Search of  Mineral Treasure  V. MELDRUM,  HOWSON BLOCK.  MANAGER.  Me'KENZIE AVE.  THE  &  ~-���������DIt> a ^3Ld__.  This year wi!i bo handled by tlie Canada Drug  A: Book Co. Thev are il first class wheel,���������can  be bad in different colors, anel ut reasonable  price.*. I'on't purchase before seeing these  wheels. ,  THE CANADA-DRUG & BOOK CO.  LIMITED.  CHAS'. R.McnONALD, Manager.  MCKENZIE   AVE..   HE VELSTOKE   STATION.  supper. There is a prospeel of a largo  membership anil a prosperous future  before the new organization.  Caledonian   Games    on    the    Queen's  Birthday  About seven hundred dollars worlh  of prizes is being hnng up for the  sports which the Ht. Andrew's Society  nre getting up for llio Queen's Birthday. Tl-.e programme incliuli's, besides tbe; Caleeloniiin game's, u pigeon  shoot, liiise reel race**, bicycle races,  anel horse races.  The Lyceum Co.  The following are the plays which  will lie put on next week in Tapping's  op.-ra lioiise by the Lyceum Company:  Wi'Jne.-ilay night���������"All the comfort  of Ileum*," a roaring farce comedy.  Thursday night���������"UmlerTwo Flags,"  Friday night.���������"Othello, the Moor  of Venice."  Salnr.lay niglit..���������"Alabama," the  greatest of southern plays.  Business Locals  ���������It. Tapping is preparing to supply  this district with garden plants,    lm  That  pretty opera,  Saturday. April 22.  bouffe   Mikadr,  -Metropoli-  COM1NG EVENTS.  April 22.���������Mi k at1 o, Satnrelay  April 26. 27. 2S and 29���������The Lyceum  Theatre (Jo. in Tapping's opera  house.  April 25.���������Oeldfellow's dance in Tapping's opera bouse.  May 24. ��������� Caledonian sports under.thp  auspices of the St. Andrew's Society.  LOCAL AND  GENERAL   NEWS  Opera  Company  the   opera,   house  Tomorrow is St. George's D.ty  The Metropolitan  in the Mikado at  to-night.  The W.C.T.U. meet in the Presbyterian church on Tuesday afternoon at  3:30 p.m.  Baxter Robinson began the exc-iiva-  tion of the cellar of the new Oddfellows  hall yesterday morning..  The Trail broke up the. ice on the  Arm as far as Whiskey Point on Tuesday, but could get no farther.  E. C. Frimicy has secured the con-  tiae-t, for the briek and mason work  on the Oddfellows' new hall.  G. S. McCarti'r has purchased the;  fine residence recently erected on Mackenzie avenue by Wright & dark.  The leael was struck in the lower  tunnel on the Beatrice on Thursday,  showing ii foot of galena and grey  copper.  The  s.y.  Archer  is breaking up the  ice   on   the   arm  from Coniapiix, and  navigation should be open  in   a  elay   or two,   fr  ���������The   people's favorite-  tan Opera Co.  Don't forget, the Oddfellows' grand  ball and supper at. Tapping's opera  house oti Tuesday evening next.  ���������Dr. IX. Malhison will be at his  dental ollice, eiver the Canada Drug &  Book Co.'s store, from April 24th to  May 7th.. Call early anil make appointments. 32���������tf  ���������Chas. .1. Aman has now a few  copies on hand of the photo of the  late Rev. F. A. Ford, also a few copies  l-ift eif thu Church Record, with an  account of the life and death or Mr.  Ford.  ��������� Now hooks at. Chas. .1. Aman's  store: '-The Black Douglas," S. R.  Crockett; '-Willi Kitchener to Khat-  tonn, G. XV. Stevens; ������������������ Britain's Roll  to Glorv." Pavey; "The Red Axe,"  S.R. Crockett.  ���������Pettipieec's Directory anel Map of  the City of Revelstoko is now in the;  banils of the printer, anil will lie out  on or about May 1st. It, is very complete iu every detail.    Price 50 cenis.   .  Don't forget, the Oddfellows' grand  ball and supper at Tapping's opera,  house on Tuesday evening next.  --The Herald will shortly be*, in  receipt of ani'ther consignment of new  borders and types. Anotlii'i- man lias  been aeldeel to the job department, and  although busy all tho time, we are  always gh'.il to leceive orders. Our  prices, quality of stockand worknian-  ship is all that,* could be desired. Dins lbe rest, be with the* crowd anil try  the* Hkrald for job printing. ' Once a  customer always a customer. The  HKHALI) can print anything from a  calling card to a wholo sheet poster.  "Don't forget the Oddfellows' grand  ball anil supper at, Tapping's opera  house on Tuesday evening next.  THE OUTLOOK  Passing   Notes on  Current  Happenings  at Home and Abroad  The ot't-rcpi'.iteel adage that "all  things come to him who waifs,*' has  received an illustration in the near  approach  of   another   spring   after  a  J. Maclean is doing the plastering on  the Rhodes-ia Hotel which J. Rnhiiito.i  has enlarged anil altered so as- lo make  it, a first class lious'.*.  Three Alpine guides have been  engaged by the C.P.R. for this season  ami will be stationed at BanII, I^ike  Louise and Glacier.  The liye-i'lections at Brockvillc resulted in a Liberal victory, Comstock.  the government candidate, defeating  Peter White by 233 of a majority.  The ball programmes tor the Oddfellows-dance on the 2olh inst. are the  handsomest ever been in town. They  are being printed by the Herald.  R**v. Ii. C Paget has written to say  that he hopes te) be in town Fridav or  Satuiday. May 12lli or 13th. 'lie-  leaves nnticatiiie on Monday for  Toronto.  Sei vices in the Mi'tlioelist church to-  mm row at. the u-iml hours. The  pa-*tor will pieue-h in the morning on  "An Appeal lo Parliament," and in the  evi-ning on '-Swearing."  .las. Gill & Co. have announced that  on anil afler .May 1st, they will cle.se  their store nt 0:30 p.m." every elay  except Saturdays in elefetencu to the  wishes of their patrons.  Tlie effects of the late Rev. F. A.  Ford are now on sale by private treaty  Any person wishing to obtain any of  them should apply to W. F. Crage or  Rev. II. Fiennes Clinton before Wednesday next.  Fish Creek promises to be a hot  eamp this season. Already there are  several deals, some of theni running  well up into tlie thousands, nearly  closed, and enquiries for property are  coming in fast.  Rex-. II. - i'ieii'ics-Clinton arrived  here on Thursday and will take; services in St. Peter's church to-morrow  at the usual hours. S and 11 a.m. and  7:30 p.m. There wil! be a celebration  e>f the Holy Kucharist at the 11 o'clock  so vice.  The Province of yesterday s issue  Males that exchanges which arrived  ��������� di Aorailgi say that the commander  of the (-.crinan warship Falkc has been  arrest ed at Apia iiy the Knglish naval  e.Rie.-r in i-oniraand for supplying arms  lo M.itawfa.  Icing arid severe winter.  We heard the familiar notes of tbe  robin sinne* weeks ago, but it lakes  niore! than one robin to make summer,  and lie.w, added to llie: song of the  Iiii iK ' we hear the croak of the  Canadian . nighthiKHle from the  swamps aroimil us. "T_5iit-sru"iorp~-plea~3:=_  ing .-omul than all is that of the carpenters' hammers, telling us of the  pi-ogres** and prosperity of our thriving  litlle city and making us proud of  being enrolled as citizens of the corporation of Rcvelstokf.  P.i-\sing on Lo other subjects, one  important item of recent news which  will prove a great, factor in the future  civilization of the world, is the successful outcome of id) interview held  lately between Cecil Rhodes, the  empire builder, and the kaiser of  Germany. The result has been to  bring about a good understanding  between tbe Lwo foremost nations nf  the world, and the* completion of an  Anglo-German agreement for realizing  at an early elate' Mr. Rhode's pet  scheme of an all Lhrough lino of railway between Cape Colony unci Cairo,  on tlie Nile.  That, along with the establishment  of a nnivi'i-sity at Kliartoun in memory nf General Gordon, and tin* coi.-  strnction of an immense: dam on the  river Nile, by which thousnnels of  acres of lanel will be reclaimed anel  made available fnr agricultural purposes by means nf irrigation, will all  prove valuable f:������ tors in Ihe civilization of lhe dark continent.  A gie.it deal of public curiosity  is felt ri-garding the American policy  of   colonial   expansion. It   is   very  questionable how far Uncle Sam has  act eel with prudence in meddling with  thu Filipinos���������t.he he-iter opinion being  that the U. S. will have a white elephant rn thi ir hands. What* with  heavy taxation, owing to national  indebtedness, and the. yet slumbering  antagonism between tb" north ar.d  south and tlie alreaely increasing  buielens (naval anel military) on Ihe  population of the Republic, fears arc  cuteitiiincd of a piobable: dissolution  of the union.  The system) oT government in vogue  in Lhu U.S. has in it the elements of  weakness and dissolution Such, al,  least, is tlie opinion publicly expressed  by our parliamentary authority. Sir  John Bonrinot. who is looked to with  respect by both political parlies in  Canada. Coming nenrer home, wc  have several grave question.-! demanding careful solution���������such as senate  reform, prohibitory legislation on the  liquor traffic, imperial unity and the  expansion of trade between Great  Britain and the colonips. It is to he  hfipeel that the national and imperial-  is! ic interests wil! not be sacrificed on  the shrine of mere political paitisnn-  ship.  P. C. S.  J. P. Wallace writes for the Baker  City Republican some steiling truths  concerning mines and their value. He  says:  " Even with the best of management  it is an exceptionally good prospecL  that will pay cost of development.  ������������������Prospecting should lm a business to  itself and those engaged ill it should  be educated and trained for the work.  Prospecting companies would do well  to equip and scudj into the field only  those who have a practical and comprehensive knowledge of geology,  rock, vein formation, faults, ores,  minerals ar.d assaying.  "Pay ore is ore that -will leave  profit after mining, milling. Lranspor-  tilion and other expensesaru deducted  from the average', saving. Qre is saiel  to be'in sight'when it-is blocked out  into patches of moderate size and  exposed to view on three sides. If one  side only of the ore body is shown no  ore can be counted, but where Lwo  aeljoining sides are exposed to view  a triangular body may be* safely calculated as 'in sight.' A single tunnel  driven through ore for a considerable  distance, but with no openings in the  floor or roof, affords only presumptive  evidence of (lie continuance of the ore  body much above or below the tunnel.  " Mining properties of all kinds are  valuable only for the ore they contain.  " If the ore is too low grade to pay  or is in quantity too" small for profit*  able working, "the mine* has no real  value; so. also, if the property- is undeveloped and shows no ore 'in sight'  it has no real or true value. Surface  ore exposures are valuable only for  what Lhey promise or for what they  are supposed to reveal. The revelations of outcrops are differently interpreted by different persons;  there is no infallible: guide to their  meaning. Herein is the element eif  risk in the pure-base of prospects. It  is different wilh ore 'in sight.' A  property is always worth the net value  of ore blocked out, plus its presumptive of estimated value. The latter is  the value of ore which may be found  beyond the present, working and which  is supposed to be available for mining.  The estimated value is to be determined by the; geological conditions of  tlie the. mine, as well as of the district  in general, and is largely a question of  opinion. .���������  '��������� Following are some of the factors  to be considered in deciding a mine's  value and its ability to pay a profit,  viz Purchase price, production, Limber or coal supply, waler for mill and  power purposes'] railroad f.-icilitit-s,  roads, altitudes, climatic conditions,  living expense's, wages, mine and mill  managenii-iL, location of properly,  chin iiclcr anel value of ore, freight  rates, ore markets, smelting facilities  and Ihe probable: life of Lhe mine.  '���������Frequent i-reisscutling is of the  utmost iinportnnce Lo successful mining. Ore bodies eepially as good or  betcer than lhe one being wen-keel, are:  by this procedure nol infrequently  encountered. Grossents have often  revealed the existence of nm _. or more  parallel veins. Sheet veins and link  vein, have thus been* discovered.  Immense      chambers      of aggre  gate deposits tlie: existence of wliich  had never been suspected, have been  opened up by crosscutting. Every  mineral-stained scam en- decomposed  porl ion e.f a vuin wall should'ne looked  upon wilh suspicion, carefully examined and possibly drifted on.  '��������� The age of rock tormation in itself  considered is not material lo the  disposition nf valuable ore deposits.  Formerly lhc oldest rocks weie  thought to be lhe only bearers of true  mineral veins, but the occurrence of  many such veins in the younger rocks  has taught us that the chief innditioiw  giiverningjOre depositions are entirely  independent of the age of rocks uud  that no formations are excluded from  ori'-bpiii-inp possibilities.  " Tiie following an* localities favorable; for the occui rence and discovery  of mineial veins*, viz: Wh'-ro the  strata have been upheaved, folded and  fractured; when- dike   and   intrusive,  wweTOeP'  m  0������  m  m  m  m  m  IM  P  si  " Jhe Leading Store  " No Bluster, Xo Fuss, Just Business, That's All."  uwm @f wrm\  " ��������� TO   K]@US11IH1(3  99  ������i  We have just placed in slock a direct importation  of ART MUSLINS, PLAIN AND FANCY  SCRIMS, WINDOW MUSLINS, ART COTTON, ART SATEENS, CRETONNE, FURNITURE COVERING, LACE CURTAINS,  Etc., all al very reasonable prices.  We have a very select stock of French and English  DRESS STUFFS, fashionable colors and design in  dress lengths, not any livo like.  Sole Agent for D. 8c A. Corsets and Butlerick  Patterns.  James G^l & O  m  '������i  km  m  m  v:#it  m  m  pals  m  m  SB  83  m  m  P3  m  m  IR&  BIRTHS  UrtQUHATiT���������At ' Revelstoke, Fourth  street east,, on April 22nd, to Mr. and  Mrs. Urquliartji son.  MARRIED  Little-Shannon���������On Wednesday,  evening, Oth instant, at Lhe Presbyterian Manse, by Rev. T. Menzies,  George Edgar Little, of Mara, to  Miss Martha Shannon.  To Let.  Furnished room���������Apply Hkkald.  'For Sale or Rent.  Lot 8, lilk ll, (opposite Albert Stone's resi-  elenee), 30x120, feneeil. make tine gureli'ii, sale  prcforriiblc. Apply K. I". I'ettipieee, authorizeil  nirent.  I HAVE ALL THE LATEST  Hy Kipling,   Anthony Hope, II. Kieler  Haggnrel, Hunter,  Hall, l.Hiii, S  vtitix, etc.,  ali.0  a' new lot of *n7,w.'-  Colunibin British  PHOTOGRAPHS *  fMF-ENGUSH TOBACCOS.  Notice.  The church warr! oil" of St-Potcr--. church givo  notice thnt.iuiilcr instructions received from  relmives of tlio late Rev. F. A. Vorel, tliey -evill  dispose nf his effects by private-iale during the  course of next iveck All thOFe desirous of  pui-i-liiisins are requested '- lo communicate*  with llie churchwardens at once, as nil effects  must bo disposed of before the arrival ol the  new vicar.  XV. V. OR A fl 15,  :w-:m  A.U.B. II FAUN  V' Church Wardens.  EGGS.  EGGS.  KIOR from pure, bled prize winnhie stock ot  While    riwnoutli  Rocks.   ?3 ior a  setting of  13CBgL"- .10I.N  YATF.S.  Leave ordejrs at Bourne I'.ros. Im  ODDFELLOW'S  SOTH ANNIVERSARY.  sheets of poiphyry or other eruptives-  occur; along, in or near lo fanlt plane;  where inte*nse rnetamorphism has  prevailed; on the flanks rat lier than at  lhe base or Lop of a'liioiintiiin range.  *: The character of ore in one inele^  do"s not govern the kinel of ore in  adjoining lodes. The; ore may be the  same or very different. Neil h������*r is it  true that because one-vein of a group  is good, therefore, adjoining parallel  veins are necessarily good. Biollieis  of si family are.- eiflen quite unlike.  " IL is never safe to appoint its superintendent of a mine one who has not  a practical knowledge eif mining.  Success uin oilier pul suits will not  -atone for ignorance in this. Incompetent management is sure te> stamp  a mining ent_ rprKe with the; seal of  failure. As lhe process fjbonlil be  adapted to the* ore, mo should lbe mnn  be suited to his work.  Mikado To-Night  Never before in the history of Revelstoke hiis our amusement loving public  been treated to a grander performance  than the .Met ri poi i tan's Opera Co. bus  produced; il is lhe delight of every  body that the-y favor us with another  one of their operas. They npp.-ar here  to-niirht anel will produce fen the first  time in Re.velstfike GilherL&SiillivnnV  hrighl nnel sparkling comic opera  Bouffe Mikado. The: piece is hanel-  snincly staged with beautiful costumes  and a."chorus of 20 voices. The Thiee  Little* Maids from School will be taken  by Miss Blanche Aldrich, Agnes  Millard and Lillian Ki'inhle: Miss  Jeanet.te Lincoln, who was indisposed  on tlieir last visit here, will he seen in  the character of KiiLiihaw. Miss  Lineeiln possesses a rich soprano voic*  which has won for lier an enviable  reputation. Another valuable addition  is Sydney Rhorer, baritone, who will  inl roduce his latest, novelty, l!,dise>n*s  Dream Realized, something wliich U  sine lo please Lhe audience. The large:  opera bouse no doubt will be* lillcel lo  iis full capacity owing to the popularity of tliis company���������wliich it really  deserves.-  U-raixdr  Ball a.,d Supper  TAPPING'S OPERA-  -TUESDAY, APRIL 25TH.  To Rent  - Three Front Oiliccs in Taylor I'.lock, heat and  water   provided;   120    per   month;    lavatory  attached.  For Sale  JGP.'i -a 111 !>>iy ft two-storied More Mxion lot on  Trnnt  -ir.-c * T'Tin". $.'���������*.!���������'' down and   KU0 on  innnlhlv  payment..     Apply    at    thia   ullle..  Apply JI.l'.lIIi e.lTire-  For Sale  I?-ardiii.c  llmi-p  and   I^>t.   f"mn'l   Street.  fe-ntr.'     Tli!-. Ii-i'." lo '.1)11!. to be n"ld with or  without hou'ehol'l  .-��������� ;ctt>.    Apply _[������-������.  I.OK.--  voi.1), Prop.  Laundresses Wanted At Once.  Tour competent steam  lmtndrea'-..    Apply  '������ KESWICK A HARVEY,  -r;.'if) llevel'tokc station, B.C.  FOR SALE.  A VIVK ROOM'CD. one-"tory houso, with  bathroom and pantry, and .YrxltiO foot lot on  Tr.lfl street wi"-'.. for "it!". 1'rlec (1,W1, VWI  d.-i-.vnand trtlanc: on time to Huit purchaser.  Apply at till _ off-re *'  Up-to-date  MD BUSINESS RUSHING  Fresh  Tomatoes  Asparagus  Lettuce  Rhubarb  Arriving Daily  Fresh Ground  Coffee  0  (Ground while you wait.)  at 25 cents  TRY IT  Geo. Bell fe Co.  If. AHAi*. Maxaobr.  Jobbers and Dealers in Hay, Feed  and Vegetables.  Telephone No. 33.  sS*1  *$.  w  ll  11*3  __  .0  n  3~<  t  O  W  -���������������������  n  <_���������>  H  O  M  O  n  i.  S3  ra  O  ri  -*���������������  H  c^_  1>  0  H  ������-4  P-i  Gents' Fu "nishings,;  Boots and Shoes,;  Hats and Caps,;  . Stationery,;  Toba.ceos,  Cigars, Etc.,;  Fancy Articles,'  Patent Medicines, Etc.!  rh>**_$M*$  SPRING SUGGESTIONS-  ___EE__-4-  ���������g 5K ~~put 011 a littlo paint and varnis.li and brighten up the house.  :-K :K _A_ package of our Wall Finish will make plaslored walls look now,  ;K hi I have* also '20 shades of tlie celebrated l'lcphant Enamels.  j������ ���������;��������� UTothing like our '���������Ironitc Floor Paints."   Dry.hard aa granite.  i������ -}*: ~"~~~inls of all shades kept In stoek and 20 to choose from.  ;.;.; ;���������;���������; Stains both in oil and viinil_.li, and of the best brand.  HARDWARE AND   TINSMITIIING   McCarty Block-  ������y-Estimates given on roofing and furnace worle  W. M. LAWRENCE,  REAL ESTATE  , MINING  HOW'S YOUR PRINTING  DON'T OVERLOOK TIIE IIERALD  Correspondence  "Lone Prospector" must furnish  his name if be. wants his leiter inserted.  The subject of D. Stamper's communication is not of siillii'ii-iit public  interest to warrant inscrlieit) in the  HEUALn. "Vcrilas" has given no  name and the same remark applies to  liis letter as "Ixine Prospector's."  LICENCE AUTHORISING AN  EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY  TO CARRY ON BUSINESS.  " COWPASIES ACT, lef'7."  Cas*^ da : 1  Pkovis-ce or British Colkmbii. (  ' THIS IS TO CERTIFY that "Th. I'.rltlih  r.Ion Oold Mininx and Development f.ompany  r.f Ontario, f.imitcd," " .N'on-fer'onal Liability." li au'-ori*-!--,-! and lirenwi to carry fin  tnninc������" within the Pro-.fnoeof lirilish f-'olnlabia, and to c:irry out or e:.f"e't all or any of the:  object-" hereinafter set forth to which Ihe  lCKi������latIvc nuthority of thc f.es!ilature ol  Hriti������h Columbia extend-.  The head oificr-of the e'omf.any li ululate at  Owen Pound, I'rr.vince of Ontiirio, Canada.  Thc amount of tlie capital of thc Company li  eiehtv Iho'iiiind dollari, divided Into four  thousand ������kir������ of twenty dollar* each.  The Company i������ spcHally limited undue  section ,V> 01 111.* said Act.  The head e.l_.i_ of tlio Company in thli  Province li situate at I'.ovelitolee, and .foliif  Maiming Scott, Ilarristcr-at-I.aw, whose ad-  elre-ii iillevclsloke aforcaid, it the attorney  for the Companv.  The objects for which thc Company have been  established are:���������  To curry on in all their brunches the operations of -minimi, milling, reduction and elc-  vclnpmenl r:ompany.  Clven under mv hand andseal of oflice at Victoria, I'rovince ol llritisli Columbia, this ninth  dayol February, one thousand eight hundred  and ninety.nine.  [I,.s.f P. Y. WOOTTOK,  17-|,w        I1,. Blstrar of .lointstock Companlo'.  ++++*-M-l,**+++++,M������l������i"t'l������M'*'M'  FAYETTE BUKER   INSURANCE  AGENT   ;    -  McKenzie Avenue  $1  CIT1T BAKERY  DOES NOTHING ELSE but mako gooel'  I'.road���������it'reiiuires all our attention���������  and i\e pride ourselves on our promptness of delivery and the batlsfaction  given to customers  M!CAGUE.BROS.   -    -*   -    Front St.  EDUCATIONAL  CARD  Pencil drawing,"black nnd colored crayons,  oil and water color on canvas, silk, china, etc.  ' Two hours weekly.   ?4'per month.  Knglish (evening class) 0 hours weeklv, $3  per month. French, - hours weekly, ?lpor  month.    Latin,!! hours weekly, ?1 per month.  Special terms to families. q.  Address: Miss Steele, McKenzie Avenue,  opposite Taylor lllock.  " SR0GERIES! |  BREAD!  A.N. SMITH, BAKER.  S������3XS������������SX3���������������������������~3������  PICTURE  FRAMES  Pe-rsons liavlng ordered Picture Fraiiies from  A. C. Cowan and not rcdccining them upon  delivery, eein now obtain tlicm Irom me ut a  OUEATLY REDUCED Rate, they having  been Ml In mycliarge. Anyone, of course, can  buy���������first come, first choice���������of a splendid lot.  Cull at residence, corner King and Froi't  Streets.  M. PETTIPIECE  Ladies' Blouse  Sets  and  Buckles at  GUY BARBER'S  -4W  ������  CAW  Insure your property against loss  l.y flre.  Insure   your   Life ��������� "Accident   or  Heath."  Offer you a elianc" to invest it small  or large amount of your earnings  or capital at a protltablc rate of  Interest.  LOAN YOU   MONEY.  =_fi>  Oniy  Best Companies Represented.  Oflle-o McKenzie Avenue..  *t+*l������f'H"H"H'+'l������H"M"M'+'f'M"H"M*  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist.  HOW'S YOUR PRINTING  DON'T OVERLOOK THE HERALD  1-^-4-^4-4--H^4"i"l"I"t'l-V-t"-4"H"i"t'i"i"i"l-  TIBER HEAD?.  IIIIIDS, ANIMATE, Ktc.  I'reserved and Mounted.  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  Spring Suitings  The   Latest,   Best   and  Most Up-to-Date Stock  in the City, MADE UP  11TO SUIT ANY TASTE  m  R. S. WILSON,  GITY TAILOR.  4**.**+*.W..i..M.*++'f.V'f-H--f-M-+-M-  ���������4*  t  ��������� *���������  *l  *i-  *  ���������J.  *  if.  <������  ���������*���������  Hotel Victoria  J.V. PERKS, Prop.  Hotel Accommodation Hest in the city  for tlie money.  Heated by hoi nir and electric light and bell  in every room.  Hourly street car between hotel and station.  Large and well lighted sample room.  Free bus meets all trains.  ���������B-EVELSTOKE. IE!. O.  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers io Furniture  /      .__  ,* _.. -  >__;ia___BM_a____,-Ka  ���������mwn-g

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