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Array >>ri  -ISSUED   TWICE-A-Yf EEK - ���������W_EIDI>rE!SlD^--Z"S    -A-ICTID    S^_TTJS.3D^__.YS-  Voi. i:   35   No.  44.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 3,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  r.g_>*i������ij������_**_>������>,^>.������.������.������.i������,_������^^  This is for Revelstoke's 3,000  :   To Read  "Isn't it Funny, {They're Always Crowded'."   -  We respectfully contradict the lady who made that remark in passing our door Friday  S afternoon last. If you "will "put on' your thinking cap you'll/easily see why this store is  t always busy. From its inception its policy hns been generous and. broad courtesy without  !" frigid " formality ; come when you will, go when you please. Buy with the.assurance  $that wrong things will be made right and with the knowledge that the'store's prices are  Kalways thc lowest.simply because we,try to'make them, fair to you ond us and that naturally  |the store which sells most sells best. "When you've thought over those things read these  [items and you'll wonder no longer,in fact you'll be one of the crowd  at this'sale..'  Ladies' Sailor Hats  Muslin Underwear  "* li  Ladies'Navv Black and Brown Roncrh fjlusliu   Nicht   downs;'   wilh  surplice'  cr.      i....-! .._���������       vi';....       r������....i:      ! 1...    ..:' -l   ...._.,.    . r __     '     .,,  Straw   Siiiltirs   witfi'    Wiile    Black  Velvet Bands ������1.25  ! Ladies'' White Rough-Straw  Sailor=.>  1    wilh fancy bands : ...'..-:���������.-..Sl-25  {JJ La dies1 White  Roiich-Straw  Sailors,  low crown and black bands SI.50  i Ladies1 Black. Brown and Navy Sailors, wide brim..'...-  .75c.  {Misses'  Fani-v  Rough   Straw   Sailors.  ,    with wide bauds ....'" SI.00  [Misses' Cardinal Rnush Straw-Sailors.  ,    with black bands... .* (Joe.  S) * '<-  Children's Sailors  'White and  p.-picy  Children's  Sailors.  Cold Ribbon bands -10c.  J White and Nnvv Kkih-v Rouuli  Straw  Children's Sailors...'. 2oc.  J Cardinal,   Brown   anel   Black.  "Fancy  Children's Sailors 75c  }A\'hitii.Eine_Sti;awy^Chi|dren's- Sailors,  fancy hands ���������_... .������1.00"  Children's Jubilee  ) Tains '. 3.-,  ���������Yoke, trimmed with Hamburv, well  ' worth SL50.    This sale...'...'. . .$1.00  Gowns.of.finf'.Canilirj/i..tri,niiit'd .wilh  Jlrish; point; lnsei"tiji'ti..T.'i'i'i-k Yoke>,  '.wofitli aL life verv least^.tlO.'*"' This'  I sale -.-. .. $1.50  Umbrella Drawers with live, inch ruffle,  per pair '.G5c.  Gootl Muslin Drawers, tucked, ner  pair '  SOc  Under Skirls with'Deep Ruffle,  tucked and well plealed���������this sale  -.-- $1.25  Black Sateen Uiieb'r Skirts with deep  (louiice) and.ruffle, cut wide, ind woll  made, more than usually good. .������1.25  Parasols  Tomorrow a showing eif new Parasols,  the season's w������west. ideas.Rustic and  Fancy Handles, steel' frames and  l-oeis. in plain anel fancy colors. Th"  figures begin at $1.25  "   More.Men's .Shirts  Babies' Bonnets  Babies' Muslin   Bonnets*,   with   niie-n  work, worth 10c���������this sale. each.25c  ':     . ~;  i Babies'Funi'v Muslin Bonnets,  worth  C5c-this siile. each .|()c.  Shirt Waists  A niati'hless _hnw of \vaisl<~. Ihp  newest of the- now. in Percale.  Mini,'<is and White Cambric. Liiun-  driod Collars and Cull's. Monday,  two. ve-i-v ..necial lots remarkably  pood SI.25c. Waists for 75c. and the  81 waists for 50c.  Knit Underwear  J More of the Knit Underwear w������ told  von of the'other day. De-rby Ribbe-tl  Vi'sts, all sizes, for women.'medium  weight, per carmen t 15c.  Women's Underskirts  l Black   Sateen   Pi'ttireints    with   deep  ';    ilounri* and ruffle cut. wide and well  maele.     more    than   usually   gneiel.  for $1.25  Three Extra Specials  ih Dress Goods  Dress   Goods     have     received    their,  inarching .orders.     Storks" must, be������  cleaii'el at any cost. AVe canuotalTeirt:  t,~)   wail   leingev *anil    mark    geinds i  .'Kcnrdjiigly.-  Thes'i?" cli'.'i'ring. prices  for this t.:Ue."~-   "      --".-���������-    -   ...  Our 40c. and 50c. Dress* Stuffs ���������  for 25c. a Yard  75 Yards 38 in. Tweeds in a s])lendid (  rana-e of cednrs ami eheiiee niixtures I  of Gray. Fawn, Brown and Blue, t  suitable for liicyelintr ov Tailor Suitst  regular prices _i)r. and 50c.." Tlvs sale {  tn clear at 25c. 1  A $6.50 to $7.50   Black  Dress \  Length for. $4.00       '      c  15 mil v Black Dress Lengths consisting  of Mohair anil Wool figures, stripe's,  figured Poplins, rich Mutelasso anil |  Brocades. Theso 'a 11; elegant new j  rich goods. 0 and Gi yards in each (  li'iurlii. The regular prices were'  S5.50 $0 anil 87-At this great, -alee  ....*. '...1 8LO0(  Particular men will respond" eiuickfy  to this notice?.  ONE;'TrilRD LESS  Than I'urront. prie'ps. Only by buying  lartre quantities could we* get' the  price elown."  Men's Retrn tlu Shirls in pretty desitrns,  e'lifTs. nltni'lied; quite swell shifts.  81.25 ones for ...- 75e.  Handkerchiefs  15c. ones for Sic.  A lot of Laelies1 T-Iiiririkprt'liicfs with  embroidered corners. Anyway  there's a bit; pile anel yot, ni������v" lake  them tomorrow at. 3 for 25e.  Women's,Oxford Shoes  We have a few pairs of those; $:? 'ine  left���������this sale 81.50  Clothing Specials  XVo. pride oiirselves in the Clothing ivn  keep. It's not of the. ordinary kind,  ni'ithf r are our price's as much as nre  usuullv asked. Now anel then we  cut, below inn* regular prices which  means chances like this fortius sale :  Men's Suits mnele eif Navy Bine Sersre  anil Brown Che-e-k Canadian Twi'ed.  regular price. $8 50, this sale S5.00  Bov's Two-Piece Suits. Short Pants,  lined with Pest Kalian Cloth. Sizes  215 to 23���������this sale ������1.75  A GRAVE SITUATION  Everything points to the;  fact-that  thu introduction of the eight hour law  will lead to an at all eveiitsHemporary  suspension   of   mining   work   in   the  SloCiin.    The   mine   owners   will  not  give more thnn 83 for an eight hour  shift and the miners will not. take less  than 83.50.     In  Rnssliinil,  wbe.re  the  mine  owners   have-,   been   giving  the  eight hour shift, a trial at, the eild  rate  of wages   for  some   time   past,   it  is  reported   lha1   the:   results   have  tint  been satisfactory to the*, owners.   The'  situat.ieui   is" one  of extreme! gravity,  and the only solution  appears to be in  a mutual undci'standing between  the'  mines and the owners.   Unfortunately  it dues not look as if any such  understanding is likely.  It, fact, union men,  which probably  includes lime tenths  of   the   men   who are     wni'th   their  sail as  miners,  are   prohibited   from  working   for less  than  S",50 for  the  etighr,   hour   shift,   a   rate  which-the  owners     have      pledgeel    themselves  together not to give.   Now it is very  well saying that the.  miners  have  as  much   right  to   biuil   themselves   to  demand   83.50    as   the   mine  owners  have to  bind ��������� themselves to offer  no  more than 83.00.   It   is  undoubtedly  true tli.'in they have.    But it is  most  unfortunate that nn attempt should  have  heen  made   lo   arrive   al some  understanding   hefore  this    pledgitig  took place.*'   lt appears, however, that  11 chance  still  remains for an  escape,  out of the difficulty by an  agreement,  on   the   price   of   board,    which   has  always been 87 per week,     lt   is   sincerely to he heiped that some arrangement will be  arrived at on  this  basis  by which  such a catastrophe to  lhe  province as the general  eltisins_r down  of the Slocan mines will be prevenfed.  This   present    season   opened  with  promises   fni-   a   banner  year in   the  history of Kootenay.    The prospects  were of a very large increase of output  of considerable investment of capital  and   development   of new properties  and of a consequent largo increase nf  business anel general prosperity.    But  if the mini's close eleiwn  we  may  bid  enodhye lo all the'se hemes ami prepare  fnrdultioss anel stagnation. ' The busybody legislators who preferred to force  the eiulit. Imur system by law,  inslead  of leaving the question to. work  itself  out liel'weeu the owneu-s .and the  men.  will find   themselv. s   wiih  a   grievous  responsibility on their shoulders.    Th"  principle nf llie- oiirlif- hour  law   is  all  "���������   licbt.    Tin'1Ikrat.ii does  not believe  thai,   anybody   should   work    ,und<>r-  gi-oniiel at, minim; for more  than e-igbl  bonis a I >i slie-le-ii. or in  fact"!" that,  he  fin tin geioel work  for  a longer   time.  But lhat deie>._ not excuse', the  irnvern-  nii'iit    feir   the   cari'less   precipitation  with which the'v launched  a   measure  sn .subversive nf  former'conditions on  the country.    Then:  was no di'inand  for the  enactment  in  Mie; ejlneau   or  Lai dean.    The luini'rs simply* wanted  tr> make> their  83.50   a  day" al. ' their  eallimr.   in     eight     hours    natnrallv  ennugh. if lhey eniilel, hut  in ten until  thev coub] gel, the owners to agree tn  eight.    This  new   law  lias  prevented  then, for i.'.-irning it in ten and it leioks  very inneli like as if the result eif il  would   lie   le>   prevent,  their   earning  anything at-all.    And tlie TIekalt) is  of the   opinion  that the  government  has not stored  up  fnr itself   by  this  enact nii'iit   such     a   vast   deposit,   of  gratitude in the hearts ol* the working  miners nf  the  country as  il.  perh-ips  imagines, anel that wheil   it  cnnies  to  elraw against, it, in the sliape  of  vote's,  it is very liable to lind itself considerably disappointed.  A $4.50   Navy   Blue   All-Wool!  Serge Skirt Length for $2.25  10 only   Navy'Blue   All-Wool  Serge'  Skirt Lengths, nie-e ,1111-dium  Twill.)  Smooth   finish? "Special    price,    for  this sale in'-U yard lengths .$2.25{  Ma ving purchased yonr Dress Goods,  sli-p_nrtumd in lhe lining anil tri,liming connlcrs. "We have snine  really good things await ing you  there. '  Hardware Specials  Mechanics tools and useful household V  articles at prices that menu a bauel-!'  some saving for those wlm liny from ',  us. A few items tei emphasize that)  fact: ,     J  Screen Doors ..  Window Screen  Potato Ma-liers  Cuke Cutters   Oil Stoves   Toast Racks.....  11). Japaneel  thing for picn   8 1  s, spring sash...    1  tins.     ]���������;  parties  =t  the  Grocery Specials  Winchester Hams, "Winrheste'r Bacon, j  Premium Hams. Empire Breakfast J  Bacon. California Hams, a carloael \  nf the above celebrated brand ofj  Cured Meats just arrived. "  K  BOURNS BROS.,  Wholesale  and  Retail   General  Merchants.  J Revelstoke - Nakusp - New Denver - Burton City  ST. LEON HOT SPRINGS  THE FAMOUS  HEALTH  SUMMER RESORT  AND  ON  BEAUTIFUL ARROW  LAKE  The Life Giving ,Waters Gush from the  Granite Side of the Mountain Amid  Scenery of Unsurpassed Beauty and  Picturesqucness at this Popular Norlh  Kootenay Watering Place.  T. S. Wnlcott was in freun the .St.  Leeni Hot, Springs this week. "IIt*  intends to put up another bath houic  at the springs on the mountain for the  use of ladies with a sponge bath. He  will also put on a four-wheeled rig to  run from the lake shore to the springs.  At the lake he will erect, a pavilion  with 11 gooel floor to serve for dancing  or othei' amusement for parties camping at. the lake eltu-ing the season. The  present aceonmioelation at Lhis favored  spot has been taxeel to its utmost  capacity during the winter. Mr. Wol-  coft also cnnteinplat.es putting a sailboat on the lake large enough to  accommodate eight or ten p-issengers.  for the use of visitors.  The attractions of this charming  place will no doubt make it, rns usual,  the principal resort, feir summer  camping parties from Revelsleike lhis  season. It. may not be generally known  to lovers of the. piscatorial art that the  creek which empties into the hike al  this point is one of the finest fly fishing  waters in the ' province, and good  fishing can also be got from a boat in  the hike. The scenery is of remarkable loveliness even iu this lane! of  scenery. The. green valley opening on  to the. clear waters of the. lake. The  rapid mountain torrent rushing down  through beautiful woods and winding  among the hills in the 'background.  The little nooks in the fore-t deep in  moss rantl ferns and bright with  myrhids of wild flowers. The solemn  pine and cedar woods with their cool  stillness and health-giving fragrance.  While high 1. up em the side uf the  mountain reached by a picturesque?  winding road, the restoring waters eif  the springs gush I'm th-.from .their  hidden se>urce*in lhe gr.'uiite to benefit  suffering humanity. A row en* sail  nereis., the lake: lands the tourist  uniting the dense woods which clothe  the Inw hills, through whicli Pingslon  creek empties itself 1111 the opposite  shore finm ils head waters in Mount  Baldtir-with its wonderful indications  of golel hearing nre.  The St. Leem Springs has for many  years past, been a favorite, resort, for  summer parties from Revelstoke. . Mr.  Wolcolt's enterprise in providing fnr  their aeromitintlntioii' will tin doubt  meet wilh a hearty response.  Mysterious   Movements   of    Surveyors  The Knslo & Lai'deaii-Diincau Railway Company are now rusliing things  and it looks as: tlieiugh lhey were  going to make- soiuey new move on  their opponents. Monday niglit at 8  o'clock another gang eif.v men, uniler  surveyor l-lolines,"*left ;' Kaslo 1111 a  special train over tlie Kaslo <fc Slocan  for the head nf Trout Lake via the  Arrow Lakes. This is the second  partv lhat has left Kaslo eluring the  lasl few days very quietly ar.d niys-  terienisly. ���������Ktioter.aian.'  il_j������iif������_..u .ij.il..���������[������^������i,������j.f,j_^-������_������_._.  Fish Creek Notes  Finn Creek. June L���������Things are  beginning to liven up on Fish Creek  and a gieat ntimher of men are al-  reaely making for the hills to work on  their claims.  A party nf men aie now packing  a diamond drill up Boyd creek lo the  Glengarry claim.  Mr. Block berger, of Rossland. has  men working nn his claims near the  mouth of Pool creek.  Mr. McfJIyiiiiuit left this morning  wilh a party nf men tei develop the  I.nst Cup properly on Matihenick  eiei'k.  McKay and McKenzie are working  on snine claims near the Beatrice.  The Iti'venue claiiii. near the mouth  of Peied creek, has two men working  on it ut present.  Owen Rowland and pari ner are  doing assessment work on Peiol  creek.  A parly of engineers are surveying  a line from Comaplix to Fish River  towusiti* ul. the mouth of  Pool  ereeU.  Tin' Fish eieck wagem road and  trails are in a disgraceful state ���������tin! it  i*? almost, impossible! to get pack ponies  through.  PIHGST0N_ CREEK  Remarkable Surface Indications ot an  Immense Body of Gold Bearing Iron  Ore.���������Prospects of the Coming Season  One of the most extraordinary out-  croppings of gold bearing iron nre is  Found on Pingston creek, opposite the  St. Leon Hot Springs, on the Arrow-  Lake. The ledge, which is tliirtv feet  wide in places, can be distinctly traced  for 12 miles clear across the mountain,  and one ear. walk on it for at least six  miles without any break or hindrance.  About thirty claims have been staked  nut on the leelge. Five nf these have  been grouped teigether as the Exe-elsinr  group hy T. S. Wolcot.t. tine of the  original elisceiverers. About seventy  feet; oF, prospecting operations have  been done on the group, the principal  work being a tunnel run in on the  ledge for 45 feet, which is all in clear  nre-, which is rapidly changing wilh  depth from a magnetic iron nre to a  pyi'i-hotite. There are several thnus-  anel tons of ore1 nn the dump taken out,  while running this tunnel, whicli an  aerial train eif easy construction would  take Li the lake in four miles. Mr.  Wolcott will continue work on the  lunnel this season.  Acrn.-s the summit is another group  of claims known as lhe Empiess.  owned by Symons & Poupore of  Nakusp. on which considerable prospecting lias.been done, lhe main work  being a creisscut to catch the vein,  which the owners will continue this  season.        -     -       ">  This remarkable ledge, which so far  is the onlv one discovered nn the  mountain, .has a trend from east to  wi'st." The'country rock is a granite  schist.-.     *   ������������������?."       -- *   . -,,   '",-     "������������������ ���������%���������",  Slocan Mines Closing Down'  Labor troubles in the Slocan have  begun already and mure may be ex-  pecteel on the lsl, eif June. Mr. Mac-  Dnnald, manager of the Noble Five,  was in town yesterday anel he teilel a  Miner reporter that his men had notified him lhat they would nut accept  83 for an eight- hour day and lhat  accordingly he hatl closeel his mine  elo iv 11 on Monday. The mill was still  running anel wiiitld continue to run  urilil the eire bins wore emptied, when  it would shut down also. lie further  said that the Payne. Last Chance and,  Sovereign mines had. also shut dnwn  because the men had signified their  refusal to accept 83 for the shorter  hours. The Last Chance woulel probably have shut, down sunn for a short  while 1111 account of water in any case,  bur, on account of trouble with ihe  men it would like the others remain  closeel indefinitely. Mr. Macdonald  reported also that the miners were  now leaving the Slocan by everv tr.iin  and many of thi .11 were going to the  Coeur d'Alenes ������to take the place of  those union men who recently were  forced to quit the country.���������Nelson  Miner.  c_b_s__b~d  THE STANDARD GROUP  THE PREMIER PROPERTY  THE STANDARD BASIN  OF  CRAHD SHEW1HQ OF COPPEffORE  Bonded to the Boston and British Columbia Copper Mining and Smelting  Co. for $65,000 Work will be Commenced at Once with a Large Force  to Develope these Claims.  J. M. Scott.concluded the deal yes-  tcrday by which the Boston & British  Columbia Copper Mining & Smelting'  Co.,  of Boston,  Mass., organized  hy  Geo. Beach, und   XV.   Crosbie,  took ������'  bond   for .$05,000   on    the    Statidarel'  group.     This   fine   copper   property,  which was described in onr last issue,-'  ciiiisirits of- seven   claims,   owned   by  Smith,    Wilcox    and   Rumens,    the'  Standard,   ' Criterion,     Black    Bear,-'  Contractor,.Monarchy, Iron Chest and.'  Iron Kill.   -The, first payment on   the  bond   was   made yesterday.     Under  the bond a large amount of  develop-"  ment work' has   to   be  done  on   the''  property and a start  will   h'e. made as'  soon as  practicable   wilh   a   force  of  from 2D tn'SJ   men.     The   thorough'  development of the wonderful surface1  indications of copper in the  Standard  Basin will mean a great deal  to Rev-"*  elstoke and   the   Herald   is    niuch'-  gratified at   being   able   to  announce'  that tlie deal has heen closed and that*  operations will speedily commence  ort*  the property.  -"���������'I 1    ii. 111  -ARE   NOW   TO   BE FOUND-  D  All Over The Pacer  The Complete List Can Be Obtained on Application  to  *-M._..t+.I.*_������-*****-_  Mail  Orders  Promptly  Attended  To.  ^.^-^..;.^._}..j.^.^..l.^.^..j...,^.-I.  Our price list is worth stucij'ing, and it is of great interest to  the Consumer because it shows whnt the best of poocls are  honestly worth. We carry :i complete stoek of Staple and  Fancy Groceries; Teas, Coffee*. Spices, Dried Fruits. Etc..  and we have only one price list in which the prices are based  on the lowest figure that goods can be sold for  ������     TKE.CITYCOUNGIL  The Patent for the Park Granted���������The'  - ���������   Main Trtink Sidewalk  The. cit.jrjconncil met in  the council'  ehamher ia-it'niglit.    Mayor  McCarty  in  the chiiir-and   Alderman   Brown. ���������  McKechnie.**\Vells,  Crage,* Kilpitrick-  and Grahame."  '-"- '.    -  .   Tbe-iniiiiitee of, hist  meeting  read*1  'and adopted." -   v "  Communications   weie   read   from  W. Fleming applying for the  position  of pounil-ketpe'riyFrom the Bell Tele- '  phone Cn.vethe- putting in  of "a fire*  alarm system';   From E. J.'Duchesnay  stating -that   the. C. P. R. Co. would    -  keep-Paciiic avenue in repair from ���������C.  .  B.* Huine.. &. Co'B.\stfire \ eastward   to '   ���������  pies'eiitsite.of" the* elepb't; 'biit "would. ,-.-  hot  undertake  responsibility/of the '  repair to' the sidewalk; Frou.   Deputy."  Minister of the-Interim- stating rliat '  au order-'m-councir piovieling.-for the* .  issue of a patent"for park passed 22nel'  in .t. and that-patent will be completed ���������  shortly;   From  Refoim ��������� and' "Labor '  Association   protesting    against -the '  slitling scale of wages as paid  on  the1"  oiiblic   works of the ciay;   From R. ���������  "Tapping re furnishing  this city  with'  lumbei* and limber fur.us'e  in* pulilic  works: From H.- N.   Coursier   re   the '  protection   of  the   river' bank    heal- "  Allan's brewery,   stating'that it  was ~.  rather   the   work  of    lhe   Dominion ���������  government and the C.P.R. than  that--  of the Provincial government.  Moved by Aids. McKechnis and.'  Brown that-'the application of W. "  Fleming as poundUeeper be accepted.  The   Public   Works   committee re- "  porteil that they had 'decided to locate : *  the lirst sidewalk connecting the  two ' .  enels of tou*h"as1"ollows:   Commencing* '*  from   the   Mnlsnns    bank   along   the,  north of Fiist street to  the  Imperial .  bank, tl.ente, along tbe  west side of  Campbell avenue tei corner of Second .  street,   aleing   the.   whole   length    of  Second st ieet. on the south side lo  the  Knterprisii   brewery;     tlience     down  Chailes   street   to   Third   street   and'"  .along/r.hii.djstreet to theJJotirt House "_.  corner, elown Kootenay street to  the  top of the hill oii;Doug"las slr.'et. down '  Douglas street on  the soulli  side to  corner of King street, and  along  King,  on the  east1 side   to-the junction of  Front street.*The report was adopted. ���������  The Finance commit tee repotted  having found the treasurer's bonds all  correct anil recnn-mende-d the purchase  uf 50 copies of Pcttipiece's Directory.  Adopti'd. *  Bylaw No. 14  lo raise   the   sum   of,  S75U fiom the Molson's*bank  to  meet  ciirient expenses was read llnee times '  anil passed.     ' -   ���������  Bylaws No. 15 to regulate the keep- '  '.ng of  cows -and   pigs   anil   No.   12.  Public. Works, occupied lhe attention  of the council for the  balance of the*'  evening.  CASIWIfR^HAHCED  Murderer of Philip Walker  Yields   His  Life to thc Law.  IvAjiuinrs. June 2.���������C.isimir. tho  Indian convicted on the charge of  murdering Phillip Walker on April  15. was hanged in the jail yard hero  this morning. The trap fell at 8:05.  There was tin disturbance of any kinel.  (.'a. imir confessed last nicht that ho  hail killed Walker anel -accredited his  crime to the ovc-r-inilulgencu in liquor.  Special  Quotations  Given  on  Large  Quantities.      Estimates  Furnished Promptly.     Special  Attention  Given to  Large Orders for the Entire Supplies for Hotels, Boarding  '' , Houses,   Camps  and  Mines.  "WHITB   POE   OTJK,   OATALOG.TJE    TO  the E. APPLETON :���������op>ANY,.  a __lRBVEifsTO:KEfe B. C.  The   Topic   reports     that    Messrs. ���������  Morrison, McCntd iind  Johnson' have,  given an option  for  '30   days   on  the  John  L.  group   to  Jas.  Dixon.   Tho '  value of llie property ia set at $20,000.  R. Got tion has put up very commodious blacksmith's anil carriage repair ,*  shop in the rear of his.block on Second l  street. The bhops are roomy anil '  thoroughly fitted with every appliance *  required in the trade. ���������  Owing to the absence of 11 number of  the Revelstoke members of the St. -  Andrew's Caledonian society the'  meetiDg called for last" night 'was postponed until Wednesday, evening next  at S p.m. in the. Uoion-.JSptel. All  members are requestedto }ig present.  The news that-a patent will he  granted at once to th'e^it3J?c~-uncil for  the park is a very gr*lWying*. instance  of the greatly increased facility with  which business of this' hating can Ixi  carried on lietween jj^ community and  the government as soon as the' former  has a. responsible head ta ,spis������k for it.  V* * -,W /  -_-__! Revelstoke   Herald  Published In lntoroats o  Revels-oke,   lardean, BIr Bend, Trout, Lake  midUewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan  Pass and Eaeie Pass Iiistriota.  NO TALLY. NO SHIRTY  A- JOHNSON....  ....Proprietor"  A -wmi-V-tokly Journal, published tn the  lal������re>u ot R_.veteto.ee and lie uurrouitciiuR  din-lot, Wodnf-KlajB -iiri gat.urd_> s, niukinfc  ���������loaml eo_ntsotlon������ with all mhIus.  Advertising Hates: Dlnpiaj arts, tl.S) per  folamn l.,ch. #2.1)0 per inch when Instirtcdon title  B>i,'e. Legal &a������. 12c v>r (nonpareil) line for  Iml i-Mrtl������������������������ ; 8a (or e������;h additionallt.sertloi,  Read In I noUccs, 16C porlinv each isniiei. Bi?)..  -^arnaiceAiid Drfalh uottoeii, tree.  Uab-sription Rat w: By mail or carrier. ?2.0ti  par an_n_> ; |l,sd (or alx month*, strictly in  ���������araaef,  Onr Job Department: The Hkkai.h Jot-  Department is one of tilt) best eii-ipputi  priding oificen in West Kootenay, nnel in pre.-  parec .o execute all kinds of printinK In' Ui'������l  rlan style at hone������t prices One prico to hi!.  Ko job loolarpe���������none tou small���������torus. Mhil  orders promptly attended to. Give us a ui_i  on yonr ceil oid^r.  To Correspondents: Wo ini corrcsponel.  ene_ on any subject ot Intorest '.o the general  rnblic, and dei-irei a re������liibl> regular corrot,-  ror.e_.tr_i ln ever? local)' surrounding  K'.relftoke. In all cases tl'.e bona tldt) num.  8'the writer mu>,taccoeu..ttny manuscript, bui  > ot at������4Marl!T for ptitiliciuio .  Addresa all conununlcailons  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke, tl. C  HSTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  I. All iipmdenee    inu'.t.   bo    lcgib'.j  ���������rritteiu nn   n   ,.qo o( the paper only.  3. Oirre.'.podent^'t co..talnl!ii{ personal  inatur mu.'nbe biirned -with ll.a pr vor name  ef tiie nriioi.  S. v onanpoadenco with reforonco to any  :hlai*t tbai bas appeared tn another p'.t<ei  i_r>u������l (lrnt be offereo for pulilicn'on tn thui  paper bflfote lt onu appoar in THK Hcii_ii.Ii,  SATURDAY.  .JUNE  1S99.  A WESTERN ROMANCE  Another novel oft Canadian North  West life has just beon issued from  the press of a British ' publishing  house. lis author is Mr. John  Mackie, whose reputation as a clever  creator of prairie romances is founded  on two previous, stories cast in a  similar mould���������"The Devil's Playground" and "Sinners' T.wain." both  of which gavo interesting glimpses  of life as it Is lived in thc North  "West Mounted police.  The new story appears with the  title o������ "Tho Prodigal's Brothor" and  is dedicated "to my old comrades hy  the camp fires in the land of the blood  red sunsets." The sceno is laid at  Calumet (presumably Mcdicino Hat)  on tho banks o������ tho Saskatchewan  and in the hills to thc south, near the  Old Pert Walsh and Macleod trail.  The principal characters are Ruth  Macdonald, a charming society bello  from Ottawa; her father, who has  been sent out to the North Wost to  report on tho restless- condition of  the Metis; tho Prodigal, Steve Ironside, a young scamp .'whose faults are  all ou tho surface' and -who at heart  turns out to bo a man* and a gentleman; and the Prodigal's'brother, Paul,  a self-made, self-satls'fieu. highly respected merchant,'a pillarc of * the  church and a prospective candidate  tor legislative honors...  "While the author has in some of  his exciting passages' drawn considerably on a frpi't'ful' imagination and  for the purposes of "his plot has'given  Calumet a ore-railway existence and  made it the birth ' place of his  heroes, he has-given us a well-written  and decidedly, interesting story, not  the least meritorious features of  which aro the graphic.descriptions it  contains of prairie and mountain  scenery. Mr. Macklo and his publishers" are to .bo congratulated on the  result of their combined efforts.  A    Californian    says    thc    Marks   on  Tickets  Describe Customers  "Most pooplo suppose," said an ox-  Californlan, "that tho vertical row of  hieroglyphics on a Chinese laundry  check nre merely so many numerals.  As a matter of fact, thoy are nothing  of the kind, but constitute a brief and  spicy description of the individual  who left the bundle. If you will  take tho troublo to notice it, you  will see that tho laundrymun always  goes through exactly tho same programme. He takes the packago,  gives you a swift comprohensivo  glance, and then proceeds to decorate  a pleco of rice paper with from two  to live Indian luk chicken tracks,  What he has really written is probably something like this:  " 'Pat foreign elevil who resembles  ������, pig, stpiinty eyes and wart on tho  left side, of his nose.'  "You curry around this flattering  pen portrait, innocently, inin_gining  that il reads: 'No. 4-11-44,' and  when you call for your wash you tvill  tind thai the Chinaman who receives  the ticket will invariably look you  over, making mental comparison  beforo reaching for the bundle. A  Mongolian friend of mine out in  'Frisco put mo on lo the scheme, and  I took the. troublo to ascertain  whether he was telling the truth.  I goi a laundry slip, copied it wilh  microsoplc fidelity and subiuittetl it  to several expert native translators.  Tliey ull agreed lhat ii ran something  like  this:  " 'Ridiculous old man; very pompous;   bald   head      like      a speckled  ess-'  "You will observe thai my hairs  grow rather high on my forehead and  I have a few frecklcs,altliougli nothing  to justify such au Insulting description. However, It proved tho point.  Tho next ticket 1 got declared I waa  'an elderly gentleman resembling Ynu  Tai, thc wind god,' which pleased me  Immensely uutil 1 persuaded a native  curio dealer to show mo a statuette  of tho diety. Then 1 wanted to  murder tlio laundrymau. Tho Chinese, aro a deep people, boys. They  look as demure as guinea pigs, but  all the while thoy are Quietly sizing  us up and having a big laugh In  thoir sleeves." i  Dr. Roddick, M. P. of Montreal.,  who recently visited the wost ln company, with Sir Willian Van Homo,  has been giving his impressions to a  representative of tho Montreal  Gazette. Ho was surprised at tho  rapid growth of tho western Canadian towns since his last visit 10  youra ago. A'ancouver should bo  called Van Home, as it was the president's own creation. Winnipeg, he  thought would be the Chicago of the  Notfh Wost, anel Calgary was destined  to be a largo city.  A big Conservative rally will ne  held In Toronto on June Gth on tho  occasion of decorating the monument  to Sir John A. Macdonald in Queen's  Park. Sir Charles Tuppor, Mr.  'Foster, Sir Mackenzie Bowoll, Mr,  Whitney and possibly Hugh John  Macdouukl will attend.  A travelling observer of stage  events mentions a sign which he saw  in the wings of a Minnesota town  theatre that read: "Don't kick  aboul iho stage boing dirty, or tho  dressing rooms cold, i'or if you wore  Booth or Barrett you wouldn't bo  here."  wkets*. GwiUiins & scoti.  CHURCH DIRECTORY  CHURCH  MKTH0D1ST    l'rciichiiig services at 11 ei.ro. and  KevolBtoke.  ..80  p.m. taiihs mtietinp: at tho closo of the  morning service, .-abbuth school and Biblo  Class in 2:30 p.m. Wtiekly prayer meeting  every Wednesnay evening att7:S0 p.m. The  publio are cordially invited.   Beats tree.  HEV. S. J. THOMPSON, Pastor.  CHURCH    OF     ENGLAND-lSt.    Peter's  Rovel-toko    Hon m of sofTice:   Evening  PETTIPIECE'S  SrSj 1899  prayer  dully  Miudayn and 1  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke Slatlon.  Money To Loan.  W. White,. J.  M.  Scotl.  B.A..  Q. ������. L.  L.  B.  I.  li. Ciu-lllina.  H4KV������Y & McCARTJBR  at S o'clock. Fridays  at   7:30.  .. Festivals:   Holy Communion at.  a.m., morning prayer at 11. Sunday School  and Bible Cladii at 'I'MM, evening pruy. r at 7:!W.  First 8untlay in tho mouth Holy Communion  at morir.������B services.   PKE3BYTERIAW CHURCH���������RoTolotokn.  Hervico every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:~~U  p.ui. Bib'o Cl iss at 2:30 p.m., to whioh  -11 aro welcome. Prayor meetinc at 8 p.m.  evory Wednesday.  REV. T. MENZIES, P_.sl.or.  ei.A������A_k_k4t���������____AAJk-IAUkAAAA*B  UOMAN CATHOIJi- CHUROH-Revcl-  !��������������� stoke. iltws flrot and third Sundays in  month nt 10:30 nm- _  REV. FATHER THAYER.  CA1YV ATION ARMY���������MnetlnRS every night  ���������J   ln thoir linll on Front Street  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1658.  licffiilnr  iitDf.linsJ nre held in thc  t)tldfellows Hall un the. third Friday  of moll month ill "..",0 p. in.   Visiting  lii'i'thri'ii I'lirribllv lilvlteel  W. G. lllnicv, W.M.; H. P. Prttl  niece. lire. Kf.r.; Dr. T, JclTs, Kin. Sec; Thos.  Sle_i-.il, Treasurer.  V1.VVTVWV>JV������tfVin.1VV*Vl  Revelstoke  llarristcrs.   Solicitors,  Etc.  Solicitors feir Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at 3 per cent.  Olliccs:      Alolsous  Bank  Block.  Firm Streel, Kovelstoke Station. H. C.  AN  INDIAN  SUMMER  The following is tho birthday ode  to Her Majesty Queen Victoria,  written by thc poot laureate, Alfred  Austin, and published in tho London  newspapers on May 24th:  Springtime was llowcring in your fair  young face  When first tho scepter laid on you  its load���������  Springtime and seed time. And  how well you sowed  tn  the rough      furrows      life's long  duties   trace,  Scattering with   lavish      heart      the  c smiles of youth and grace.  .     ��������� .   -,    ..'..i'SVf  Oh, and' what a harvst, lady, now is  yours;  Empiro     and fame and glory, and  abovo  Glory and fame a universe's love,  Lovo rooted deep in reverence     that  insures  Remembranco of your name as long  as time endures.  Long may tho Indian      summer     of  your days  Yot. linger in the land you love so  woll;  And long may we, who no less lovo  you. dwell  ln thc responscful radiance of     your  grace.  VS.. IS. Si. S. fileLBAN.  Office  iinel   .Residence   two   doors   east  of Cowan Block.  "- Third  Street,  Centre.  Night and day calls attended to.  Telephone connection.  EDUDCAT-ONAI* CARD.  Fenell tl rawing, black and colored  crayons, oil anil waler color on canvass,   ailk,   china,   elc.  Two hours weekly;  %\ per month.  Knglish (evening class), 6 hour*  weekly, ?,1 per month. French, two  hours weekly, ?-l per month. Latin,  two hours weekly, $1 per month.  Special terms to families.  Address: Miss Steele, McKenzie  Avenue, opposite Taylor Block.  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F.,No.346i.  Merts In tli. Oddfellows'' Hall on the  I'nel mid llii I-VldeyBof  each mouth. Visiting  breihron 'in.lctil to  attend.  B. R. Campbell,   K. D, .1. C. Johnson  Chief Banger. Pec.-See-'.  The Ac-T-O-  Scda  Watei  Works  >p  The Gntewny tn the Wonderfully  Rich Mineral District of North  Kootenny and Canon River.  The Supply Point for t.ho Big  Bend, Trout Lake. Lard'-eu,  Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon,  Jordan Pais and Ragle Pa������s*Dis-  tricts. Busine. b Men anel Business Houses. Tho Name. Oc*  cuoation and Residence of  every __aL> Resident of tho  City.  VOL. Til.       -   Mat 1.  PRICE   FIFTY   CENTS  FOR SALE AT ALU B0DK81_LI,_~KS  Address���������  R. P.  PETTIPIECE,  Revelstoke, B. C.  REVELSTOKE  ^fflmmmmrn-mmmmmmmmmmmf-f-immmts  I    THE MOLSONS BVNK  1  fc INCORPORATED BY ACT OF P\RT.I \.MH>" 1855. '3  1= HEAD OFFICE MONTREAI 3  E ���������    ��������� ���������" |.; I  g !&y^S3PI���������  :    :    :    :  IMS 3  g~ DIRECTORS;  Wm.M6t.80N MAcrHBnsoN, President;  S. II. Evta, YleoPrciWsntJ 3}  Jt IV. M. Ramsay, Samubi, Fivi.ky, Hiuhiit. Aiicni-Ar.n, J. PuKiions, .3  g^ II. Mabki.aiid Mol8on. ~3  F, WoKFKitTON Thomas, Genernl MauuRcr. ^m  A general banking business transacted,    interest ultved nt. current :2  ltes' * .T. I). _OLSON,       ���������.. 2  g^ MAKAann,  vei.rtokh, B. C.    ^3S  rates.  These  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS.   Minora  opened up by tho ���������   '  ies  Diamond' Core  Crage & I  soldcn     sunset     seen  autumn's silvery haze.  through  THE   HOME COMING OF DEWEY  Most elaborate . preparations are  being Blade in -Now Y'ork for the re-  opticm of Admiral Dewey. He is  the hero of the hour In tho great  American republic, and might bo  elected to "the presidency should a  vacancy occur beforo the. present  wave of enthusiasm  subsides.  Admiral Dewey may be a big man  In lhe Slates, but he doesn't amount  to "shucks" round Bobcaygeon  Bven the banquet at ������100 a plato has  .no attractions for tho editor of Tho  Independent, who summarizes the  Dewey situation.as follows:  "Admiral Dewey is coming homo to  the* States, and tho New York council  is to issue bonds for $150,000 to pay  _-tht_���������e_pcnses.of celebrating his . re-  tura. Did you ever hear of such  utter madness?' What In Sara Hill  is to be done? By pre-arrangemeut  and forewarned, he wont into a do-  fenceless harbor, and with a fleet, the  perfection of modem Invention, he  knocked to piecs a' squad of unprepared old tubs that, had uot a gun on  them with -.which ihey could reach  liini. IIo actually called off for an  hour to let his men take breakfast,  and t*n*m resumed tho halting of tho  poor Spanish rats. Courage: Heroism!  Ureal hearenE. It was tho courage  of a giant stopping on a toad, the  heroism of craejkiDE a louse under  the thumb' nail!" And tho poor,  etruggllng masses of New York  must be taxed for S15Q.000 to cejlo  brate such heroism'. A banquet a_  a 1100 a plan.'. A feed and a guzzle,  and a whirlwind of declamation over  such     heroism: Thc     expansion  schemers are playing thc people ior  fools, surely. And tho cat schemers  know what they arc about."  Alonlreal is to have a new monthly  paper called Rod anti Gun in Canada,  the first number of .which will, appear  next week. Amongst tho contributors are several well known authorities on sporting matters, such as XV.  A. Smith. L. L. D., of Kingston.  Ontario; V. D. Risteen, of New  Brunswick; Messrs. G. M. Fairchild,  and !���������_, T. D. Chambers, of Quebec;  Mr. C. C. Parr, of TomiskAmlng;  Messrs. L. C. Armstrong and Taylor,  of Montreal: and Dr. Drummond has  written a beautiful little poem in t.he  charming habitant patois for tiie first  issue. Tlio paper will cover a wide  range of subjects, in whicli the lovers  of the rod, the gun, the paddle, the  camera and the kennel, will be in-  i ter-sted..      ..-      ...    J- V. PERKS, Prop!  Hotel Accommodation the Best in the  City for the money.  Heated by hot air: electric light '.ind  bell in every room  Hourly sliest car between hotel  and  station.  L-irge.-ind well lighted sample room.  Free bus meets all   t-.ains.  UR VELSTOKE. B. C.  Notaries Public and  Conveyancers   Sole. Agenis for the  Smelter  Townsite  ���������Mining���������  * Firo, Lifo and Accident  Insurance,  Office���������  Fii-aibi.. liast, Revelstoke. B.C.  Munufticturc'i's nC nil kinds of  Acr.'itfil Waters, Soda anrl Mineral  Waters in Syphons raid  Bottles.  Fiictoiios nt Vernon ami llevelstoke, 13. C.  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR!  Black smithini-i Jobbine  FlumTbine.   PiPo Fittias  Slieot Iron Work  BXfc-ohinevy I-ePaired  Wining; Work a Specialty_-_.___-  ROBT. GORDON  . Revelstoko   Station.  To obtnin rapidly tlie knr.wIedKo'o-the vn.'uo of reel's or leilKeB  nothing is to bo compared with the Diamtind Core Drill, which will  provo more in 30 tlay-i (hun an outfit1 of men tunimlling or sit.king  shaftB could urovo in teti years. /  1      I  The Diamond Coro Drill can. pirate thn moiint-nint and   take;  th  ec.rct of whnt it. contaiiis.fri-iin their very.hearts-, uud 'the niore "-olid  be rook formation, tbe quicker it will do its woi lc.  Tbe Diamond CoreiDrill it socoiistrinit.etl that it e-ir.  bo taken  t)  piere. and packed on the backs of horses aud curried   aiul   worked  almost inaccessible places where ivn ter' can bo obtaiutitl,���������and it  be in almost any part ol British Columbia. '  For full information and particulars apply bylettiir or in person to  j  J.   D.    SI B BALD,  ! i  REAL    ESTATE   AND    MINING    CROKERS,    REVELSTOFE  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Tabic , i'urni. hod    with  tlu* clii>i~.'i'_-!- thn iiKtrkec  afford--.      Bf-r,    "VVinp-  , '. ' '     .   Liquor*     and    - Olgars  Large lipbt bed  rooms.     Rates   $1.      a day.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Propritlor.  RATES.   $l.oo   PER   DA'/  The  Notary Public,  Sole A"jent for  Revelstoke  Townsite-  Mining, Fire and  Life Insurance . .  TUPPER II.  According ro news r.-eeiv-.d rec-nily  the boundnr" n:ryt.-y at A:Iin has  just been completed. Tho dividing  line between British Columbia and  the North West ^Territories is about  30 miles^ north of Ailin. and about  two miles south of tbo north end of  the lako. The 8f".h parallel abovo  Surprise lako will be demarcated by  the end of May, and all tho boundaries of the country  established.  An amusing incident arose at the  Regina court houso a few mornings  ago. It appears that * Mr. Justice  Richardson had been less explicit  than usual in delivering judgment in  a certain matter. Each of thc advocates thought he had lost tho case  and they simultaneously applied to  appeal. Explanations lollowed and  onc of the proposed appeals was  quashed on the spot.  According to a letter received from  Atlin under date of May 5th. a large  lead ot- free milling quartz has been  discovered ln that vicinity by a party  of prospectors, including T. H. Jones,  J. E. Phillips, J. Stoker and *W. H.  Moore., -The ore assays close at 5C00  a toti.besides carrying a considerable  percentage of copper and silver, while  the ledge ds 10 feet wide. The find  caused" quite a littlo excitement in  Atlin 'and.a stampede ensued. The  information given out by the prospectors was very meagre, in fact thoy  Tfottld say nothing, simply exhibiting  Stan* very flftb sample'- of ore.  j Willi   apologies   to     The .  Montreal  '.       Herald and Sir Charles Tupper  ; To The Editor of Tho Hnrald:  1 Say:  ; On������  day  j Three or four months aso,  ! You printed a poem.  I Grand pooml     Sublime poem.'   '  I Everybody said:  ! Who wtoio it?  i John C,  j Oi Coal Creek.  j That's mc:  I Called   it.  ! "Scotty and  the  Witches,"  1 Everybody hot;  ; Touched 'om ln a soro spot:  |.Cochrane  pooplo  saiel:  ' "Getting frisky in hia old ac**."  And lots of other rot.  ' Bah!  , Well,  say:  ! Kail a danco nt our house.  ', The) other  nifiht,  1 Wrote ono about them,���������  j Head  it to the company���������  ! "Orphan's Jubilee."  ! Just roasted them;  *  j Pretty clover fellow. I am.  I John C,  Of Coal Creek,  I That's mn!  I play the banjo,  Dandy good player mc. I.  Crlcky: !  1  Say!  Remember   the   Merry llitford   Mia-  strels?  Blamed good show.  Everybody said.  Cause why? 1  I ran it!  Thoso other chumps*  Wero no account Dlzgerj;  I -was the show!  Charlie P.,  Somo salel ''  Ho was tho best;  Hats!  I did it all!  !  1:: :  Do you hoar?  John C.  Of Coal Creek,  That's me!  .. "t>lj> scE-ensroiK."  OTliceTOpposile CTPrK^Depotf  FAYETTE BUKER  Innnrr- vour ,'iror^rty .iL-al-Kt !n"������  !*������������������> lire-.  The  "Well Known for Their  Health Giving Properties.  Both Hotels Qppn  Arrow Lakes .Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily.  A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers  f  CAIN"  rMre   v.wr Life  "���������Accb'.tr.i   or  OfT**r j0:1 a rh~i.**t* t--������ invest a  s:n.i]i or e������r:r*; ,im'*u:ii, of your  *-.Tnisna,?i or '*.i������fi*nl at a profit able  r__t*_ of intTtit.  Loan You Money  _I3*r_nlr l>*\_t   Companies   ftrj'-re^ntp t].  ^^!_Ji_i_i^^lSs_/  Undertaking*  nrd Embalming"  P. Howson & Co,,  uack._..zii: _*-K.  Wliilcanlc'inil KV-r.ii T)e,il.-ri i.) rur���������lt__ :.  Heveisto^e  Hospital  Maternity Kemr.-i in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on    hand.  and tlie Springs.  Good Accommodation both  at   the   Springs    and a  the Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free.        Eates  SI.25 per day.  .    BROWN,  Proprietor.  Good accommodation. A good.btr  well supplied with choice '.vines,  liquors and cigars.    ���������  Froe Bus Meets All Trains  Brown  efc Fool,  Proprietors.  gVEUST O K  Do  You  Ulant a   Home   in    Thlsj Gfoculng    OQlning  eni  f?allumy  Centre  ?  The 0. & K. steam Navigation Company diva sous of Uie m  lighttul piopprty in Ke.velstoke.    It is charming./   situated,   handy  to  to any portion of tha town.    Como and enquire about it at on.c.    Easy  term s -if-necessury-.*-^--^���������=---^^~-^_---^.-^ ��������� r- .--���������-���������-���������=  1  T. Ii. HAIG Sole Agent  F. JVteCJ-RTY  ���������Wholesale and Retail Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  JADTT0J1 .MD SJllDSJ-GE  Fish   and   Game   in   Season.       Markets   at   Revelstoko  Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  THE PIONEER LIVERY���������-  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardean and Tront Lake  c232jsy  Hrs.  McKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants  ROBERT  SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymaij.  Draying anel delivery work 11 specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  nbtict.      Contracts for JoHWint  laltl-11.  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT    ���������  McKenzie Ave,  m\mmamm*fmmm*mrmimmimKmmnvmBm  Saddle    and     Pack   .Horses  always for hire.  Freighting and  Teaming   a  specialty.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock :  for Trout Luke City.   For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing.  Hotel Ferguson  Ferguson, B.C.  Beet Accommodation* ,  Ik tub Lardeac.  Rates $2 Pep Day.  D. FERGUSON,  Proprietor.  REVELSTOKE������������������  Sash  and  "Poop  ..-...-������������������ Factory'*'  Manufacturer's of   ��������� and Dealers ln       ' *���������������  Sish. Doors. Turning!!. Plinth', Corner"  Blocks, Moulellnirs of all kliuM, Fancy  Galilee and Verandah work. Bracket*,  of every description nittde to ord������r.  Store nnd Office Flttlns������. ���������S'lndo'ir  Frames, with sash fitted n ������iice*I*i!ty.  All the latest machinery. Dry kiln on be  premises. Call nnel cot price* l.cfor  nuBi- elsewlurc.  SAWTEE & MAKNIKQ. -*/v/  K.  i*  THE     G'ALCIAN     MURDERER3  'PAV THE PENALTY  i  ROSA   BOfHEUR   IS     DEAD  Costigan Expiins His Secession Prom  the Coservative Party.  Ottawa, Ma] 27.���������Hon. John Costigan mado hlij promisoel statement  yeBtorday. Io clnliried that ho had  left tho part; on.' account of Sir  Charles Tupper. ,Tho party's, downfall dates froi the time tho present  loader of tho 'opposition landed in  Canada to takj charge after Sir John  A. Macdonald'i death. He gave no  acuraate reaaoi for the change^ although speakln**. abont an hour and a  half. Ofteri Is was 'Scarcely audible  and often Ineffective < as all through  his speech was a labored effort.  Sir-Charles repjled and scored Costigan protty rounlly.  DEADMAN'S ISLAND  Vancouver, Miy 27.���������A communication has been received from the  Dominion government regarding the  ownership of Diadman's Island. They  havo Instructed Alex. Honderson, of  Now Westminster, to represent them.  Thoy intend to legally establish their  claim to tho island and to givo Lud-  gato his lights In a lease of the  property in dispute.  THE WINNIPEG EXECUTION  Winnipeg, May 27.���������Czuby and  Ouszezak, tho Galician . murderers,  .���������were hanged here this morning. Tho  drop fell precisely at S o'clock. Both  men walked with a firm step to the  scaffold. Czu'by kept protesting his  innocence to tho last and refused to  recelvo spiritual consolation. Gus-  ��������� zezak, on the contrary, received tho  sacrament and other consolations of  religion from two Roman .Catholic  priests. ?Death was Instantaneous,,  though pulsation .lasted 17 and 15  minutes- respectively. The - bodies  were cut down 30 minutes after the  drop fell. _x  RECEIVES A SHORT RESPITE  New Westminster, May 27.���������Donald  Perrier. who was condemned 10 be  hanged, on tho SOth Instant, has got  a respite for ono month.           CHINA TALKS' WAR  London. May 27.���������Tho .Shanghai  correspondent- of the Dally Mail says  that orders havo ,-heen Issued from  Pekin directing tho vice'-roys and  governors of the' neighboring provinces, to put nil',thclr forces on a war  footing owing to thb arrival. of six  Italian warships in San Mun harbor.  It is thought also tbat the Chinese  propose to drivo tho"- Germans from  the Shan Tung peninsula.  ,.-'"      TOOK  THINGS  EASY  Victoria,'May 27.���������Atlin advices received last- night state that .Lieniga,  who shot Frod Baur. and was' in jail  awaiting trial, escaped on'lbe 12th of  May, walking leisurely jhway. A re-  icarel of $100 has been-offered for his  arrest.   /-   ' 1  CANADIAN* COMPANY LOSES  Buffalo. May 27.-r-Iu Justice Lagh-  lin's part of tho Supreme Court today'  si .case involving -some $130,000 was  decided; adversely to the plaintiffs,  the Northern Elevator Company, of  "Winnipeg. )  ROSA BONHEUR DEAD  London, 3Iay 27.���������A special des-v.  patch from Paris today says that  Rosa Bonheur, -'the famous animal  painter, whose serious illness at Fon-  talnebleau was announced yesterday  is dead.      -'_.._ '���������,  DRYDEN UNSEATED  .Whitby, Ontario, May 27-Tho South  Ontario election trial'-waa brought to  a ��������� conclusion" ��������� . yesterday morning.  Several case, of; bribery were proved,  the respondent's .counsel admitting  agent.' The ejection of the Hon.  John'' Dryden was declared void with  costs for tho petitioner.  ,* DAWSON FIRE LOSS  Victoria, May 27.���������Revised reports  of'the Dawson firo show "tho loss'to  he'one million dollars.  *  ~" CANADA IS RIGHT   '  London; May'27.���������Tho London press  backs up Canada* lm refusing to give  up her rights in the'   Alaskan boundary dispute.    '.   ; ���������'.  -/      CONEY ISLAND FIRE  ���������vKew-York,--May-i27.���������A-big^fire_at  Coney, "Island,   New  York,   destroyed  200 building-valued at-760.000.'.  t  A GAME OF DRAW IN DAKOTA  There is said to be some little difficulty in securing a supply of cans by  - the salmon canning factories. ,' This  Is how a contemporary refers 'to the  matter: If it turns how to be true  that the salmon canners can't .get  cans how can >they can? If they  can't can they can't' sell and hfenco  must can-eel all their orders. TBut  if' they can sell of course they wont  can-col. II ,is to bo hoped that tho  story Is a can-ard, for If .it is not tho  can-ncrs will bo led a lively dance���������  a regular can-can in fact.  The Imperial authorities at Halifax  liave -decided to construct' another  fortress. It will be located at a point  near Herring Cove head, south o������  York redoubt, facing the sea. The  new fort will contain qqick flring batteries, with the'latest type of armament. It has been decided to remodel  a large portion of the Interior of  York redoubt for new batteries to he  placed there. The old 18 and 12 ton  guns .will be shipped to Quebec for  defence puropses.  Regina Standard: ..Dixie Watson  returned last Friday evening from a  short vacation trip ^o. Banff and  Calgary. He saw signs of progress  in Tho Calgary Herald office and in  the.city generally. 'He also saw  Sifton and Brett started in ' another  race. But Dixie takes more interest  in Federal politics, having a repre-.  sentatlve of his own - in the Commons.  R. P. Elliott, a mine owner of Dawson City, has returned to the United  States. He is full of enthusiasm over  tho new country. -He said: "Tho  Yukon and White Pass-railway is now  comploted from 'Skagway to thc  Summit of tho.Pass, ... distance of  atfcftit 18 milefc, and for a distance of  atfout 13 mireft farther, lho roadbed is  peafly far tho'rails. By July 4th  thto mB.naLg'tfm'cnt expects to have  train- rironlng'between Skafeway and  Bennett, where tho passengers can  tako a Bttamer to White Horso  rapids, thence by tho tramway around  tbo rapids, about four miles in length,  to the other side whore ho can tako  .fl steamer direct to Dawson. When  these connections are made the trip  ���������from Seattle toDawpcm cun be made  Jn from ID to 12 days."  -��������� .*  Dealer Giv. s His Rival Jacks and tcok  All the Queens.���������-Then was Stumped  to Fin.i That he Had Gone up  Against Pour Aces  In tho .North West they still talk  about tho iust poker gamo that Major  Edwards and Stanley Huntley played  together. They were pioneer editors  of newspapers ln Dakota In tho old  Territorial days. Huntley had just  sold hla newspaper in Bismarck for  ?2,500 cash nnd wus coming east. Ho  and the Major hud oat In muny a quiet  game together, and Huntley went  over to the Major's office to say good,  by and play one last game. Tho Major  produced tho cards, locked tho door,  and the two faced a green table.  Tho Major had the reputation of  being a skilful dealer, and Huntley ���������������  previous experiences had taught him  that cards sometimes appeared tn tho  Major's hand on a show down whoso  legitimate existence could only be accounted for on the hypothesis that  tho age of mirncleB had- not passed.  So ho had fortified himsolf for this  farewell gamo not only with tho $2,500  which hei had received for his newspaper property, but also with four  largo, but not overworked aces.   ���������  There was no limit, but for an hour  tho gamo went along qulotly enough.  The Major was out threo or four hun*  drcd dollars, but as both players remarked, the gamo was "young yet."  At last a jackpot for $60 camo and remained. Back and forth across the  tablo went the deck.- Neither man  could get oponcrs. Each time the deal  passed the pot was sweetened ?_0  At last thero was $380 on the table.  Tho Major dealt. Huntley looked  over his cards and found four jacks.  It seemed to lilm that the timo'had  come to precipitate his four aces into  action. The jacks woro rotired unostentatiously, aud, with a faint���������a  very faint���������shade of disappointment  in  his voice. Huntley  announced:  "I can't break It."  The Major was still examining his  cards with that hesitating air that  soma peoplo always bellove means  'studying out a straight." Finally he  said:  "I'll have to break It for $500. It's  c bi;; pot."  Huntley looked mournful and said-  "I'll stay.     Gimme a card."  "Kono for mo," announced the  Major briskly, as he- throw ovor a  card and laid down, the deck. "I'll  bet. you $500." ���������  "I'll raiso you $500," said  Huntley  "Five hundred . ,moro." said the  Major.  "Wlinn I sat. down," said Huntley,  "I  had  $2,500  in  my pocket. I'll  raisa you the full amount-of thnt on  this ono hand.     If I lose I'm broke."  The Major took another 'look at his  hand and replied:  "I haven't got as much as that in  cash. I'll, make out a bill of sale of  the building and plant, newspaper  aud all, and put that tn the pot. If  you win you can hold it till tomorrow,  when I'll- sottlo.."  "(Jo ahead," said Huntley.  The Major wrote out the . bill of  sale and threw the slip of paper :nto  the pot on top of tho big pile of  greenbacks. Both* men had emptied  their pockets.  "Now I'll call you," said' thc  Major.  * i* ours," said Huntley, nnd he laid'  down his four ono-spots. The Major  never flinched. - Ho examined tho  ace*.;, ono, after another. Then he  laid down/his hand and saiel briefly:  "You win, Stanley. All I had was  four  queens."  The next day tho Major redeemed  his bill of sale and Huntley camo to  Now York and began lo write" tho  "Spoopendyko Papers," whicli <were  first published in the Brooklyn  Engle. He's boon dead for years  now., -  About two years after the famous  peker game Major Edwards was visiting New York and ho looked up  Huntley. * They'-dined togother at tho  Astor House. After coffee and when  tne cigars had been lighted the  Major said: ;  , "Stanley; of course when gentlomen  like you and I play poker together  thero's never,any .question about tho  game being straight. But there's  or.o thing .that's been puzzling mo for  two years, and I want to ask you  about it."  ''Go ahead, Major," said Huntley,  puffing his cigar.  "Stanley, why in the devil did you  refuse to open that last ' jackpot  .w.hon you had four jacks In your  hand?"  "Major," returned Huntley, thoughtfully,  laying down his     cigar, "who"  dealt that last hantl?"    ������  -^Lcild.-.Stanley.^saidaiie-Major =  "Well, then, Major, since four aces  won the pot, how in the devil could  lt have been a straight game?"  "That's so," said the Major, reflectively, "let's get a cab and go to  some theatre."  I  A. Mother Leaves Her Child  1 o Die Upon the  Prairie  PEACE CONFERENCE GOES ON  The  American     Liner    Paris  Moved From  Rocks  Cannot  be  the  RUSSIA'S BIG DITCH  INSPECTION ACT AMENDMENTS  Fleming, May 20���������Coroner Young,  of Vlrdon, held an ineiuest hero 'today  on tho six months old lufant of  Agnes Glendonnlng, who has hecil  living ln Manitoba with a married  man numed Georgo Lnylor, who has'.'o  largo family in the cast, Tho evidence proved that tho mother rashly  loft their child on tho prairie to  porlHh. Thc child when found whs  almost dead. It, was destitute of  clothing and only survived a short  time. The jury returned' a verdict  ot -wilful mureler against tho mother,  and committed hor to Brandon jail to  stand trial. Laylor Is to be dealt  with later as an accessory, pending  instructions from the attorney general.  THE  PEACE  CONFERENCE  London, May 2.9���������The Daily chronicle's correspondent at the Hague,  says thc British delegation has practically withdrawn its opposition to  tho American demands , for neutral  rights at sea similar- to those already  enforced on land. It. is now believed  that'-,Germany will also agree.  THERE TO STAY  Coverack, May 29.���������The ninth attempt to float the Paris last evening  proved an utter failure. She is now  absolutly impaled on the rocks.  A CLEAN SWEEP  Grand Forks, B. C. May 29.���������Thc  Grand Forks post office was broken  into this morning and tbe outgoing  mail, including all registered letters,  was carried off by the burglars. The  burglars obtained au entrance to the  premises by breaking - In a, panel  door. The chief of police and provincial Constable DInsmore have the  case in hand and aro working on it.  but as yet have no clue.  ENGINEERS WON'T GO OUT  Montreal, May 29.���������There is nothing  new in connection with ,tbe strike of  tho Grand Trunk railway trackmen'  It is.reported that tho engineers  would'go out tomorrow,_but the chairman said that this was" utterly false.  Their committee, however, refused to"  be interviewed.1  '    MILLERS'   INSPECTION  ACT.   '  Oltawa, May 29.���������Joly in      today's  sitting introduce! a bill to amend thc  general  inspection, act  designed      te;  remedy thu complaints that have arisen  from  the present system  of In  spectlon.      Tho   bill  was  drafted   b~  thc  committee  representing the par  ties most interested'in the west, but  is  not   endorsed  by the  millers      o:  Ontario.      The bill, as     understood,  will provide for final inspection-     ai  Winnipeg,  and will in other regards |  be on the line     of     representations j  made  by  the      western.    delegation-,  which visited Ottawa some time ago. i  SHORT WIRES   \  Tho residence of George King, near  Deloraino, was moved 50 feet by a  tornado.  Bob Fitzsimmons is tho favorite in  tho betting for the coming fight.  Bonaster won the Brooklyn Handicap on Saturday, beating all records.  Tho French Derby, the Grand Prix,  was won by Perth, an English horse.  A GAME OF POKER  Several Montanlans huve boon  guosts at tbe Imperial hotel for the  last few days, says the New York  Herald, and they all knew United  States Senator William A. Clark when  ho worked in the mines about Uutto,  clad In 11 red shirt. They nro all  proud of the senator, who has made a  roputatlon .as an art connoisseur by  his recent purchase of a $-12,000 oil  painting and by tho prospectus of tho  new palace which he is about to eroct  on upper Fifth avonue, near thc |  Museum of Art. :  "By the way," said one of the j  wealthy miners, while ln tho lobby  tlio other night, "do you know that  Clark used to ho a pretty stiff pokor  player in his day, and he is yet, as  far as I know. He was In that littlo  game in Butto which has sinco bo-  come famous all over the country.  Haven't heard of lt? Well, It's old,  but It's good.  "Well,   as  I   was  u-saying.      Clark  used to sit ih  the little gnmo in -tht>  Silver Bow club, up in Granite Htreot.  He generally played     -with    .Marcus  Daly, Haggin, Hearst, or some) ono of  those big fellows, anel      they enjoyed  thomselveB.     On one occasion a Now  ���������York drummer dropped Into tho club  whilo   the  gamo  was  on.    Ho  had  a '  card with n two weeks' run on     the !  club.      Well,   ho  sees  Daly,   Ilnggln, j  Clark  and   another  fellow  sitting  in I  the  game,  and  he  saBhays up, port-1  like, 'n' says: j  " 'Well,   gentlemen,  any    objection  to my taking a hand?' " '���������  -��������� " 'No,' says the players, cheerful  like, 'n' then this drummer lio pulls  out .a thick roll and pools off a hunted dollar bill and chucks it on tho  table. 'Gimme chips for that,' says  ho and looks around puffed up like.  Ho goes 'n' hangs tip his coat, 'n'  when he comes back V sits down  thero lay that bill. - 1  _ " 'What's the    matter, gentlemen?' '  he' Eays, huffy like.     'Ain't my money  good?' i  " -'Why, yes, to be sure,.' says Marcus Daly.     .'Clark, give     the gentle  1  :man ono white chip.' ;  . "Well,  that  gentleman  from      the i  effete east he nearly drops   dead, ho  does, 'n' he goes out to get some of  the mounting air.     Yes, the senator's  a good one."  _i_^  eve Is  ESTATE  S STIFFENING  IMPERIAL BA.NK  ~���������OF CANADA  Hoad Ofl_ca, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,600,01)8  Reserve     -   -   -    -   1,203,038  Directors:  II. S. Ilowlancl   President  T.R. Mem tt, Vice Prea.. (St.OatharinM)  "William Ramsay, Robert Jaff������-aT.  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland _rt*y.,*r  Kliat, Rogers,  D. R Wilkie. General Manager.  Branches  North W.tst' and British Columbia  Krandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portajt* la  ��������� Prairie  Prince Albert,  N  V������i_courm  Winnipeg  R_velpMi__������  lson, B.  MEDICINE  HAT'S PROGRESS  A Regina     Leader     representative, ,  who visited Medicine Hat last week, 1  reports that ranching centre     in the i  good humor wliich prosperity begets.  The town has      grown     remarkably  within the past S'ear. The Assiniboia  hotel, built by Mr.' Ross last year, Is  second to none in the west, either in  point  of  size,   fittings "or  equipment.  Editor Foster, of the News, has enlarged  his  offico"\and      installed      a  cylinder press  and gasoline  -engine;  his office and plant Is a model     of  neatness and  convenience.       Among  several large buildings now In course  of erection are a blocic ior mo Merchants' Bank and another for the Tra-   .  ding      Company.-    Mr. .Cousins    hasi|!  lino ,new  premises,  enlarged his .store  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.  of thc finest stores in tho Territories,  Mr. Cochran has just moved into a  new residence, admirably located and  handsomely fitted ; with a water  system and acetylene gas. Coal for  local supply is mined at Medicine Hat  and sold at $3 a ton. A movement  Is on foot to start electric lighting  works, in wliich natural gas, of  which there" is an abundant supply,  will bo used as fuel. Municipal organization is showing itself in street  Improvements. Men are at work  with a North West government  Srader". The hospital was visited  and" found admirable - as ever.  Twenty-three patients were under  treatment.  These are some properties  we are handling  $700 will buy two fine business loh������s 7 anti 8, hlock 10, on "first street. 50  by 100 feet.   Opposite 11. P. Pettipiece'- resilience. . Easy terms,  $230 cash will buy two nioe lots, 50 by 100, nearly opposite Sampson  house.   Lots 3 and 4, Block 11.  $330 will buy a lot 25x100, next the Front St Post Office.  $1000 will buy a block. 75x100 on Campbell Avenue.  Mr. Tweed has i $1000 will buy a lot 25x100 in the centre of the business part of Mac  and has now one j kenzie Avenue.  $700 will buy two lot?. 6 and 7, block 0, 50x100 opposite C. B. Hume &  Co.'s ware house ou Campbell Avenue.  $1000 will buy a house and lot O.block 4g, on Third Street.    Five room"  bath room and pantry.     $400 down and balance on time to t>uit-  purchaser. ��������� The lot is 50x100.  i, 500 will buv a block  fronting on First  St. opposite the Impprial  Bank.    Size 100x150x75.   Corner Connaught   Avenue   and   First  St.   The C. P. K, siding runs along one side.    A splendid busi-  -' ness location,  $2000 will buy a business block 50x100 fronting on  First St.,  between  the two banks.' A flue site for a business house.  Houth Eeli.ionton.  'ONTARIO,  Essex Niagara Falls    St. IhocoM  Fergus        Porn Colborne  Toronto  Gait ftnt Portage    . Welland  Inc. mo"    "-Jaiilt St. Mnrie Wrm_nt������rk  Listowe'l   *it, Catharines   Hamilton  MontivftU Queliec.  S. vings Dank Drpurtnient���������Deposita  of iiii and upward- received a������d  interest, njlnwed.  IMitfiiturui. ���������'- Provincial, Municipal  and other df-hcntiiros pu~ch_.������*-d.  Drafts and Lelt .rs of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuit-d  Kingdom, United States, Kucopa.  India, China, .Japan, Auiitralia, Nf.*~*  Zealand, etc  Gold  Purchased  This Bank Issues Special Receipt*  which will be accounted fop st anv of  the Hudson's Uny Co's. Posts In the  Yukon ank northern district*.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Bmcuh  WALL >N  Papers  *v.*\.-*.-v>.-\.%.^-v.'\,--  'iil!.-*.  IllKI-.till.",    Mll-.ll>,    1---I1-  lri������������cil Gilt;, nntl burdens   ,f  .i .'itllluni_ii;>tiot!f.  Tlie i-liP.iiit-91 .mil lot utoe-k of  WAl.M'AI'KKS in the city.  Liberal   iliseoiiiitB  given   on  alj ciisli orders. '  I   ete-il   oiilv    in    IV AOL.  1' A V V, Il S   and solie-li in  inspection of my stoek.  W.G^Bimey  AeKE/JZIE JIVE."  iii  I  Lady Davis, wifo.of Sir L. II. Davis,  minister of marine and fisheries, with  her party, will pass through Calgary  tonight' en  route to  Vancouver. '���������  The next consignment of Doukhobors will arrive at' Halifax on June  2nd. They will - be "shipped to  Yorkton. Calgary has mnch to be  thankful   for.  Tho Archbishop of Rupert's Land  has received a land-grant of 261  acres in the settlement of Port "Alexander" for mission purposes.       ���������   ���������<  Cattle shipments " from Montreal  for the week ending May 20th were  3,352 head.  -*^-'  &_$_;  Sl^^  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  ^^ai_s?_-  Being    Built   From.the Baltic to the  Black Sea  The career" of prosperity which thc  Manchester ship canal appears to  havo entered upon at last has inspired  Brussels to favor a similar ' project  for that city, says the London  Mall.  It is proposed to make the city a  maritime port, with* dock accommodation,and a basin for shipping, comprising about 30,000 acres. The canal  will be about 75 miles long. The  work has not yet been begun, but it  is said there is no, doubt that the  scheme will be carried through.  Both the Manchester ship-canal and  tho projected waterway in *��������� Belgium  sinjt into insignificance when compared -with the Russian canal that is  now being built from the Baltic to the  Black sea. It is to be<J..080 miles  long, large enough to permit the  largest warship to pass through. It  will have a width at thc top, of 217  feet, and 117 feet at the bottom, with  a depth of 28 1-2 feet.  The canal Is being so strongly built  that vessels may steam through it at  the rate of six knots an hour. It will  tako six days for a large vessel to  pass through it, travelling night and  day. The canal is to be lighted  along tho whole course by electricity,  and the total cost is estimated at  about ������24,000,000. * Four years will  ho required to (xnnpletc thc - undertaking.  The advahtages-. commercially and  btherwiso. -which Russia expetatE to  derive from the making of this mammoth canal -will moro than compensate for the enormous outlay, and the  scheme Is viewed vory favorably  throughout  tho  czar's dominions.  11  f  INCORPORATED 167Q.  A Snap!  As we wish to clear them out  we will offer for the next few  days a line of Ladies' Choice  Chocolate and Black  Oxford  Shoes  at  per pair.  $1.50  The C. P. R. promises a fast train  nnd a through sleeper from Dun moro  to Kootenay Landing ln connection  yitlt tho new fast trans-eontfuentnl  service.  This is a Genuine Snap so do not be too late,  HUDSON'S 5AV Co.,  ,    CALGARY, ALTA.  1 Canadian  Pacific  Railway,  and Soo Line.  WORLD'S ;W(I0WAL ROUT.  *   EAST-AND   WEST  FIRST CLASS, AND   TOURIST SLEEPERS  ....v.'from   PAC-IFIC-TO ATLANTIC.  Grogan & Co. are handling some   of   the   finest  ^^miningLpropositionsin.the^^  *^ Big   Bend,    Lardeau and jT  FishCreek camps of North ^  Quick. Time, Good Service,  Fewest Changes,    Lowest.Rates  Tickets issued through- and  BapRuge-checked to destination!  DAILY TRAINS.  Ea������t.-. ��������� ,.- , ��������� ��������� "West.  8.25k. .Ive���������Revelstoke���������Ive. 16.50k  TO AND FROM   KOOTE.VAY POINTS.  8.15k. .Ive���������Itevelstoke���������arr.. 10.03k  MOUNTAIN* CLIMBING  -Tbe Canadian Pacific Railway Company has stationed, Swiss Guides at  Banff, Lakes 'in the Clouds, ami  Glacier for the' convenience of tourists wishing to* explore the mountains  in thoso vicinities. Ask for copy of  "Swiss Guide", folder.  For    information,   time  mapS-aiid_ticke.tS-aiiply-.to_  CArds  Kootenay. Full particulars obtained and furnished about mining claims in  the District.  T. W.. BRADSHAW,  ���������A'Eent, Revelstoke.  i ' W.   P.   Anderson, Travelling  i Passenger Agent, Nelson.  !    K. J. Coti.e, District Passenger  I Agent, Vancouver. -  ,  Carnes. Creek  Consolidated  and  Great  Limited, at 25 cents.  Western Mines,  if,.   & Company  j FIRE INSURANCE���������We are agents for R. l\ Rithet & 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 Ones.        The  association offers  a  straight loan repaid in monthly instalments.    Can be paid  off altogether after two years.  $ GROGAN & CO.  -,  .       -tutcben   and  ! All order* in  our Use prom  fllled   Retail Dealers in Beef. Pork ete  i KAMLOOPS t-nd REVEI.STOK.f  | We Have a Good Snpply of  Building  Material  ������.a Lumber  ! CUT PRICKS FOR SPOT CASH  j .Oj.11 and sse us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MIUS  GRACE  and  Address :   Revelstoke.  Office  Code :  Herald Office.  Moreing    Neill.  ^&*������*&*&^&*&?������?&?&&?&  Smelter    Townsite  Revelstoke. Dress Fabrics  "For Gentlewomen."  In  these lines wc can give youthc  same ndwilage as one can get  in a large city as me carry only  the newest and mostup lo date  goods with trimmings and fancy  linings of all kinds to match.  Xftt,A"rr~  6W,ft*_*  i>  For June, 1S99.  We will offer special induce-  meids to buyers so that in every  depart ment, including millinery  and dress making bargains of  thc greatest kinds will be found.  Wc are always jileased to show our  goods and have-you compare  prices for we kmnv thai by doing so ice can secure your trade.  The Cash Bazaar  " The I eabing Store "  1 No Muster, Ko .Fuss, Just lliistncss, That's All."  IV. MKI.DI'.UM,  iiowro:.- lii.ocx.  MANAGER.  MrKKSZlE AVE.  , ���������   AN EXCELLENT SPRINT, TONIC  *^Fr:E-H sUITLY JUoT HKCE1VED.  iHE  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  LIMITED.  CHAS. P.. MCDONALD, Manager.  Mckenzie ave.. revelstoke station.  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS'  the  T-orhy  stakes  Flvincr Fox  won  last "Wednesday.  Dr. Maclean left, on Thursday morning for Trout Luke City.  T. T. Brewster left fnr  Cnrnes  creek  011 Wednesday afternoon.  Cnn-t. McRae  wpnt, down  to Kamloops on Thursday's No. 1. (  .Sheriff   RpdgrnOps   c.-inie    in    from  Donald on Thursday evening.    ,-.  Prospectors...  We luivc made a special study of your requirement  Hiici we have IN STOCK a full :i������bOr linen tof  Blankets, Boots, A Tents,  Clothing, Etc.,  ol EXl'I'LLENT QUALITY  at UEASONAULK l'KICES   1VK CA11KY THE   FISH BRAND OIL CLOTHING  Get Our Quotations,  i  j Compare With Others,  : con-bluring finality, ute.  We Do Not Fear the Result.  Cf l    C������ W-Jr  l___irt  ^__PQ_in__5������__������fca--���������  ing' iros  IGE! ICC!  CHEAP  Keep Your  Butter Kold  Delivered  Daily  I Make Your  07n Lemonade  Supplied by i  Month or Wight  Keep  Kool  H. 12. LOVERINS  save money  Taylor Block.  McKenzie Avenue.  Ui  c!|i4*4'S^'4f  ta&Rs^my  LADIES' EMPORIUM  TlI.ItD   STItr.nT,  CINTRE.  Opposite Cowuu Bbck.  Latest, Daintiest!ana Best  Assortment of Fancy  Goods  in town.  M. K. Lawson.  mining   lpe-order   nf  i.s in town for ;i few  Thos. Taylor.  Trout Lake City  ehiys.  A. E. Phipps "returned with his  luieip on Wednesday's train from the  south.  Nurse .Lue-as has returned froin her  trip to Montreal with George Foti-  cranlt.  G. 15. But lio. of Batho Sz Co.. Fergn-  sein. was in-iown on Thnrsil.-iy'cm  business.  Contractor Kerniiclian has slartevl  work on lhe. addition to Dr. McLean's  resilience. ,  W. B. Nicholson has taken np his  veMelenre ill Tl. Cayley'- house on  First street.  J. A. M.irnhv re-turned on Wedni's-  dav morning from a visit te) his 'homo  in Carihno."  Mr. HmiiP Pavnp and a nart.v nf IT.  tnuiicf? are' to Ipdvp Buffalo on the Gib  for British Cnlnmhia.  TIip spi tine ���������irennimnelnt.ion in SI.  Peter'* ehine-h '������������������'���������* been increased by  the addiliem of five pews.  S. Slinn.-vho line been in Ihp piii-  t _.->y of A. N. Si'iil'1 for thi' past, ye-.-ir.  Ifft'for Fernie tui Thursday  tiim-iitng.  Dan Cn in. rein Ii'ft, r n Friday mni-n-  inc: for the Ne'tti" L In fniiimenrp  work on tiie new 500foot tunnel nn the'  ���������property.  J. P. Harper .it1 hi*- ln _.Ip. who  have linlh been residents Iipvp feu'eonip  riiup pn=t. will make their home in  Ro==Iand.  Thnrsd-tv r-vpnin<r wn= the dat'' for  ) h" i Ptriilnr mnntlily nippfincr "f th"  hoarel of trade- hut only five members  turned up.  The trial eif Patmorp v. Vi*p]|=. the  nroti'st _a=p .icraiii'-t tbo pli>etiein of  t lip niPMihPi' for N. I*.. Kootenay was  sc-t for Thiir.--ti.-iy morning.  .1. S.   Turnhnll   Ipft.  yesterdav  on   a  visit- to iIip  miiips   on   Pincrston   t'i"k  si ml will strip i   few   days  at   the   St.  ���������B?ci:i~H ol* Sprintrs.- ��������� = ������������������"���������-"   R. V.". Noil hev. fonnpi-Iv a well  known i-psidput. nf Rpvplsfokp. I'iuiip  up irnui Unislnntl tin a flying visit io  town on Thursday.  Thp City Hot"', em First street,  nwneti I iy th-*> f.'.-ivlpy Bros.. ha������  oripnerl up as :i luiarrlinc house   until a  II. is unelcrsteioil I lint, thugovernment.  liave- de.-iile-d that, the apprniifialinn  fnr tlie wagem road to thp head of Lhe  caiiynn c-auuol be diverted.  A parly nf filicon surveyors for thc;  Northern Pacific were; in Trout Like  (Jitj-on Tui'selay. Two mure parlies  arc repoi'lud working 'up Fish Creel*.  nnc for the C. P. R. anil line for the  N. P.  Capital is seeking investment in flic  Lurdi'au right at pri'senlund a nuinber  ij I* 1) i k s.-tli's are on the tapis. With  railway connection the Lardean, will  he erne of tiie banner camps of British  Columbia.  - Services in St. Peter's e-luirch on  Sunday next. Dr. Paget oUii-inting:  Celelirafion nf the' Holy 7__.uchuii.--f, at  S.-i.iu.; Jlorning Prayer. Si'i_:nd' Oelo-  liraliou and seimnn .-till a. in.; Evensong (choral) at 7:30 p.m.  A. N. Sinilli's additions lo his hlock  nn JMcKi'iizie avenue and Victoria  ave is Hearing cniiiplt'linii. Thopholn  si iifli.i being erecleel feir IX. II. Trno-  inan iv Co. is just, aboul ready ami  Jlr. Trneinan will lie here; all this  monlli.  Work is going em on the drain  wliie h is to takei nil" Llie surfaie wsiLer  ein the flats round llie station and  drain it into the Herald crook. T.  Bain is foreuian of the. joh and has  hatl a Kond ele'al e)f Lrouhlo with the  side's caving in.  Tlie Pernio Free.' Pre'.-s says ifc is  triad to note the activity eif Cnnsl.  Bullit-k. He has tnailu a erreal, start  anil is" I'vielcnl.ly de'terinineel to remove  I he> st ii_rni!i altacliiiiL;   lo   the-   feirce   al.  Ferine  himself.  ind   make   a   reputiiliun    for  Ij. ll. Atkins has been elee'lcel vice  High Chief Ranger of the I. O. F.. the  second head nf Ihp Order in tho province. -The Nows-Aelvertiser savs that  the next High Court, of Ii. C. w'ill meet  eit Revelstoke.  Kel. Aelair is sending in supplies hy  pack train to the mouth of La forme  creek this week. Mr. Adair e^xpe'cts  the trail to he flooded in three places  between here) and Laforme creek  elni'ing high water when it will be  impossible for to lake supplies over  the road.  Thc services in Hip Methodist church  tnmeiirtiw will htj of special interest,  ll. is .���������'Children's Day !" The se-rmein  in the morning will lie illustrated hy  an object, h'sson of great interest. In  the evening the. pastor will preach on  '���������.The Will nf God C'onei'i'iiing tbe  Children.'' The; church will be tlecor-  aleel with flowers.  MARRIED  IlAHPI-'ll-WAT-tlX���������On .'Inne lsl, at  St. Peter's church, by the Rev. Dr.  Paget, .TnliD Patrick Harper tei Miss  Minnie Edith Watson, both e)f  Kuvelsieike.  THE SITUATION iH THE SLOGAN  Union Men Will Not Accept Any  Reduction and the Mines arc Prepared  to Close  Down.  So far little news of an nuthenlic  nature lias been foi'lliconiiiig from the-  miners of the Slocan. relating to tht-  new S,;_5 eight hum- shift tei be adopted  .in the mines. It is generally iineler-  .-leit.d. however, that the union men  throughout the camp will not accept a  reduction, and if tlie mine's are: Lo  continue operations it will have to he  with unskilled miners or men brought  in from other cam [is.  The report is current that the miiiprs  will accept SH a shilt. provided the  iiiin-'s will reduce the cn&l of Imaiel tei  th" men. whiih has always bepn $7  per week. What ii'due-tiou lhe meti  will a_-.k for, if any. hits r.ot been given j  -out.""   '   " '���������*��������� ���������=������������������-=-== =���������^=-  Tlie mines are generally prepared to  e'lose   down    if   nee .1   lie.      The    Las' .  Oliancp closeel down ein   Satnieltv. the  Noble Five em Memday. and the Eavne  Inis leilui-ed its force tei 50 men.       fI'lie  Sleifiin   Sovereign    also   closed   dem n  last week,  but the   givpn   rpat-nn   for  thi,-   is   time   tlie;   .-ei-p.-igp    watPi-   lias  lipfomi.'     trouhlestinir'.      The     Sleic.tn  Si.irdid nut sign the  agreement   with  the othei- properties but- it is   report eel  it will   close 'down   also.    The   Idahoj  has 2*2 tiipii employed.       On Four Miln;  Ten   Mile   aiul   Springe>r   ri-cek,    thej  proppities    will    prohal.ly     be     tio'-eel!  deiv. i.   fi-iiipoi.u-ily.    The    H'-.������nii   will |  iUii   t-ln^e   down.    N''ne'   oi'    llie   e.ld ;  .a-yet signed to accepl  th"'  Sheriff's Saie of Mineral Claims  L.mler nn*' l.y virtue of a wtirriml of Execution  i'-.suoti out of the County Court of Kooleueiy, I  hnve neii-eel nml will oifer for sale ill the ejoiirt  llousu. in lhc City nf Itevelstoke, on Moiulny.  the VJth tliey of .lune. li-.W. ut. the hour of  Ul. ii.mii, alii ho inlorc-t oi .leilm Eime.-t in the  following mineral I'lt'.ini: ���������  '.' Itiiyni " .\1. c., sitiiuecon Elsh (Jreek, near  Liir.h'ieu Townsito.  ���������'Solum"~ JI. ej.. sltii.tti) on S-.'.lil- fiul.iii,  e'lose lo Hovel e.'reek Trail, nntl " P������ii������i>k i)ui-  mouil " M.t;'., Mtli ate on Ophir Crtek, trihiiutry  oi Le.-iiimt.ui ('reek, j./utile from tnil, extension of Lur-t Chnne-e. ..I. (:.  1'iitod ul Ile'vulsiol.'C, 11. e*;., this first t'.av of  June, A. P., 1S09.  Ci. E.   .ROOA.S",  l.-er.ulv Sh'.-riff  For Sale  A rornplete snw mill outfit, "'ncrinc -!0 h. p.,  beiiler e)> h. i>. Pinner, mie;''h������'r alio! uioul'ler,  anil shuiiele niaeliine. Will .veil whole or anv  part of ouuit.   Apply to "fi," IIkkai.d.  thqs. r. davey,  TR9_ir LAKE CITY.  I  I   1   Xo.firy   T'litiiic Ifiniii:*   and liv&l 1  {   !   !   J3?trt������^ l*r������kcr  anrt Gemjral   Com- |  !   {      Tn:>*-irni Ayi-rtt.      Mme-i  reported ������  ;   ���������   j .on  i\m\  f^\iuifi.lv pivmi for work. |  |   ;   <   Latent   rnlinole iiiformtiiion  a- t<; J  j ;  ;   rIjifmc working and for s-alc in tin. ;  i   I   !   rli-strict.      rtoo.I    |.ro'ipocts   !i������M |  [   1   i   tfliv.     Writs or cflil.    " \  i  \  1 We buy in car lots  2 We pay spot cash  3 We understand the retail Grocery business  thoroughly  4 Our  ten years' experience in Revelstoke  has taught us the class of Groceries you  like best  5 We have all the facilities for doing a retail  business.     Wholesalers have not,  7   Our  goods  are   fresh   and  we  guarantee  every article   ���������  We   feel  confident  that the people of Revelstoke  will give their support to local merchantsj who  have all their interests in the city, rather tlian  to wholesalers who have practically no interests  here,-prices and terms being equal.  t:  "We liave secured the use of the Government Cold  Storage and always * carry a select, stock of  Butter and Eggs, at market prices,   ,    '   ���������"       ���������  '��������� Natures   Own  Health  Preserver."  ^e Quaker Bath  Cabinet-^-���������>  Turkish Beithu lit Home. Sftvca fleeiltli, Lite.  -Icelleilnc and Doctor bills. .These Iluthn.iirc  I'lcnsnnt, Toninp, Clemming, lte-Building,  liiviiteiriitlnt;. Strengthening to the body,  blooel, muscles, heart, etc. For further particulars, information or circulars apply to  Chas,. J. Aman,oppb. station.  A. N. SMITH'S���������BREAD  Isbakeel In the modernized old-fashioned  way���������the way vour mothers and vour  (,'riineliuotliers elid. An iinmense brink  oven heated by "1-foot wood," tho flre  drawn niiel there you have It hot enough  to bake -loo loaves. That's part ol Smith's  secret of success. Tho rest lies in knowing  how. Cakes and all baker's goods fresh  every day.  Groceries, Canueel Gooels, Coffees anel  Spices. Rutter and Eggs, Soups, Extracts  and everything in the provision lines are  solel by Mr. Smith at thei vory lowest cash  prices. All gooels elcllvered as ordered.  Pay him a call. Victoria Road, East,  Kevelstoke, R.C. -  '  T. D. PICKARD  ..ASSAYED..  Gold, Silver or Lead..!   Copper   Gold and Silver   tloM or Silver anil Copper *..  fiold. Silver nnd Lead   Gold, Silver,'Lead and Copper '...  .*1 M  . '2 on  . ���������_> ui)  . 251  . S III)  . 4 01)  Prompt Attention to  Samples by Mail.  - Cash Must Accompany the Sample.   ,  Front Street,   :-:   Revelstoke  MEW-   ���������'-���������-  5ILVERWARE  Apples  Apples, evapoiateti. new pei lb..$  whole peril).  Dried Fruits  Currants   Raisins   Prunes   Apples   Prunes, silver..  r ir.c  Platino...  Photos  At GouieJ's.  aUIF-Call anel. in5t,ef i anei leave j-our.oreler  Eaki_2;  Powder  B.<niii_. Poweler,  Price's.   12 ov..  per tin   iRa'-iim! Powder, Pi-ice-'s,  '2\ lbs.  -irp-irminc-^tt-oTK:  than j forte hive  ISlse-.i!..  The- Whitew  on  (".'.���������iv ley  luiarrling heiuse  lifpnsp tan he procured.  Th������ wacron rnael to Trnnr, Lalce f'itv  .'liiel Fprcrn-nn i������ now in a veiy fjiir  e-onditioii ar.et tceiii** iii-p making regu-  i:ir trip* with l.iade'd w.-igons.  Thp  IIk^.i.d  .���������iniii'iirs   tnil.-iy  in  an  pilaii-'i'il   form.     T1k-   l������->itrt 1.   <*,f   tb"  i-hept hit*-*   li.*pn   ine-:-"-T=e-el.   tr'vlin. 70  'iie-lie*;  moip   span;   for   niaiter  before.  The rn-h nf prn<=pprtors  anil   lninpf- \     The Whitewater I)pon anel Wmiili-i- \  inf..    lh"    I.-itd.-aii    ha������-    ln-j.no.      .nnd : ful. neil hei-of whie li .-i^ne-el    with   tin-  ji l-:n<' fi-.'in th- 1-n g.>  ni-.ml.Pi-s  now ! "! her  mine-:   will   pi-nli.ilily  lonriiiu.-1  fi.ii.t.' iu. Ibis will he a batnipr ve-ar for ' I'>"   "I'I   --'a!'-.      The   aelii.ii   of   tl).-.-"!  ihi.t rii-t rii t. " i mi'1'"-, together \\ itli   tl-."   \ .inieii!V,|-.;  ! v _ i 11  Isav."   a    |.-i.elr.|irvu tei   st ret'gl lien ;  ��������� C. W. Conic-.-.. I) D.S..of \ prnnn. ' ���������],,. inuei-,. hWf lo what extent   i-   v.-l i  ha* t_..'n   i-v.-r   I If.   Mat hic-in'-   otlit e-1 |,, |���������. pll:l.,.���������.     J f ;l   __ 1,. 11_   down   fii-e-nis!  hi- lit*; viMt on   tbi'ji, j. ,.,,,   luolmlil,.   that   it    will    be  ofj  runabout two weets , [.���������,._,   duiaiion.   and    in   spile-    eil'ihe'j  ! 111'lll'i'i-oliie    ,'ippi-;ir:llle*e'-     of      ? 11i������1 ____:_- I  .1 it.. u,.t f,-,,-   hp:ifintrii"-r "'>,v'   ir-   '-���������   pi'--''.i''t"d   that   thiily]  ���������'���������" iiiiunrii.ins .���������.-sii-.iin-l elay.-*   iim.'   -vill   -!���������<���������   lhe-   liouble;   ele-.i-;  li.    -ind    K. .V S.    frnrn I 'liu-ly .-ell le'el .-tnil  the   mines   win-king'  line-* ot l-iiilwav through ' w'll'    !'i*.-g<-r   f-uces   th.  pass.  m   ic  ni-ekincr  n   eon  .-.1.-.-   ;i(._it.<>n    lo    bis     iv-i'l.-ue p     on  '"'ti'irl   -ti-i-pt.    which   will   five  mum  HOTEL FOR SALE  The MinJne: Y.::rhnr,%r- hr,'t/t .*���������/-,-  snip 'll-.t: hemil i- -.t.ll fi__.i'f'lied thro',!_.-lirnii ttrid i* d.,-n^ a  good .t.-miy buMii..:*-. ..j.j.ly for  iijrtlier [.artiei.Iara to  ci.'A.-. :���������(. vie;.  i'.f.vi-l.-.'.k-  K.'~.  - ,      pt".- I ITI... _. . .__._    _   ��������� t3 iTTii-.g I't.we-.er,  Piui-'s.    o   U)S.,  " ;     ner tin *   . Baling Howler, V.-'hil.-. Star, 12  I    f/.. tin-, '.i ior ,..  Bakinc Poivili-r.   White'  Star, "I  lb. tins, per Iin   Baking  PowdiT, White Slur,  5  ib. tins. p*;r tin   ,-    Bluing  Bluing M|iinii.s. pt-r ll>   j-Jliiirig llejuid. per lioiile..  1...,-_������ .....1 M-ill ,,  l'2th .1 un-. .-md '  fiini th it  il it"  .Inii- 12-h *- '  ;.ruiiipi-nt- f��������� '  incr   the    I',. P  1'uiMinir t}),.i  Fruit and Confectionery  Soft Drinks  Tobaccos and Cigars -  Ice Creir.m Parlor  in Connection   the Duncan City  TV. M*'  j e'Ver t'liiploy.-il.  - ,       i      Olher r-amps  thev   havi'-i  Mrs, W. J. Lee  foir.  li.od  .A  for   the   ci'iemi-1  th:  ���������I"  111"  ire- in ii   like e-ondili'in. i  jr.. A. Snvdi'i. .-ifli'i' a lemr e.f I he- miti"'i!  '.in I he  Vmir ili-lriel, aiiel   in   an   inter-.  ' view \i iLh ;i   Tribune   reporter.   stiUcel!  that t h" ireni-i'.-tl f-onsi-ii'-iis  of   opinion]  | w.i-. that llu: -.-killi'il mini'is woulel   not j  niif-s eif ' iie-i-i'iit  l"S-!   than    i$'.l.TJl. tor   tin:   ei._.'hl I  Plpsbv- i liom-   el,iv.    anel      (he     iiiip|-i--.-.ieui   he-!  ������������������t.'"Aid. . ^���������ilhi'i eel    ������ ii*-,    that   wen-    lh"    mine,  Mat-ken- ! owneis I'i in-i<-i upon a   lower   rati'   eif,  j ev.iir"--. I bat lhis "-ei lion nf th"  mininjr 1  * i-immunity v.i.'iM lose-   lbe   ln'iiofil   e!  -kille-d bebeiras th" nie-n will   ^o wh"i"  t he $.-:"_) laic prevail-., or put  in   lime  by fining   assessincnt   work   nn    Iheir  claims.    He     s;iiel    mining;    ope-r.-etors  .,       werefeinlisb to allow   Konil   ininprs   te>  ..     -., l"!'ileave for the difTeionce of si. few   cents  other sidp so that them was   tin  P<*-ssi-<} a cUy ,m(1 p���������.o in ���������nski)l,.d labor.    Th.  . ,]-lslini:tion i,(. (^,.ew W!ls that a.   skilli'd  miner woulel do as much   work  in  -six  Mpnibersof  thp  rifle   con-.pnpv  can | hours as   an   unskilled   one   woulel    in  r.htain   th'-ir   -.lnifornis    from     Lieut. | ten  and   with   far   more  satisi'af liny  T'pr.er at the court b������.n=e at   any lime. ; results.    This opinion is ciinfiriiicd   hy  ", fine of the leading mining iipcrntrirs in  the Ymir camp. Mr. Snytler says the  skilled miners are willinp; for the  matter to he spilled by iirbitr.ition.  anel he thought. Ihe mine owners  should meet the men ',n that spirit.���������  ^sew Denver Ledge.  EFFERRES  Y  >EM"  1R\  Salts  '���������<-ii-uiiiiiLr f.flif c  MtV.ii r.f pntiPiil";.  -..,.-1^1.   v... I:.l un.le'i-  t!i- I. ;.'!������������������������.' Aid Soe-i.-ty  ���������,,,'.,-��������� i-loii-.-h M-ill t.ak"   n!ae-<  T. .1   ffi:.hani"'-- i-e".i.l.'"i"p em  /ip rivcinii- on .fune 15th.  Tb" i-.ii-.-p of tbe delay to ve-sleielay's |  )���������iin f'-nni th'' w."-t wa-- a l.ip slide at  Thi"e> V.elb'y Dek������ which carrii'd ewiiy  -"uit eif the shed at a place wIipi-c the  line runs close 1o lhe lake with the  mountains cominp ������1ippi' elown on  An  Excellent  Fruit  Salts  -Vuifh   r/rotliif.*-- a   rcfrc-liing and  Ilu igoratui^ af.,>rii'iit ilriiu^ht, eaily  GNLY  75 GENTS  a BsrrbE  ^Iail orderi proaij.ily ntl'-n.lc'. to.  Viilitv    of   ronatiue-tinj;  track round thp slide.  a   temporary  "pperat  The caps anel accoutrements have  l.ppn shinped and will soon bp Iipi-p.  Drill will be taken by Lieut. Upppr  pvpj'v Wedneseiay evening and Lieut.  Col. P'-tPi-s h.*ts pxprcs������*rt liis in I en tion  r.f coming over to inspect thc company  shortly.  ,.HELD & BEWS,.  CHEMISTS    -   HJ'.Uf-GISTS    -    STATION KI'.S.  1KI,. :i3. IIF.VKI-STOKK. 1!. C.  Brooms  ��������� liro'im" (1) each   ���������        ������������������       i'2) Mill   I       '���������      <:-l) '������������������ii'h   ' ������������������       (1) e-ieeh   I Biscuits  Mi-irilit". '-���������"'I.I. \illli. I,'i-'. pi'l'I'i.  P.-it ."r--oii*> i ream Sofia-. Ilili. till  i      .-ae-h -   ; P.itli-i-son'-   Crnh.iin   W.if..-i-,i,   2  |i*.. tin-, "."-ii   1 I'-iller-iu;"- mixed. 1 lb. bei_'-s...  ! Cheese  <:hf'p-e. ."Ic-L-iscn's in'-diuiii.   per  , Che.���������",  (.'.iu,-.'!ian   10 I<���������-   e h."-.-i  ;   cicii   ! X'.rO!Sll COPFRKS  ��������� -rili le.-.d iii  J Qf.AT.ITV A.M.) PltlCIO  , ( l!i-.Hi en- Oroiiiiilj  ��������� ,!;iv:i .'inil M< - h.t >.'". li, pe-r I'i. . .  i I'.e'sr, .lava hii'1 Moi-ha. (very  !     eheiie. e)   Onr Own l-lleiul   Try nnr '27) cent he-nil e <>IVe:e\  (^biise  iinel   Sanborn's 2 lb.   tin,  per tin   12.*.  1-1"  n  0  10  s  121  33  15  10  50  55  90  20  IS  40  Canned Fruits  Canned Frttil.s, California.2i lbs,  eii ch   Canneel slrawbeiries, Canadian  2 I lis., each   '.   Canneel raspberries, Canadian.  2 lbs., each   Canned Vegetables  Tomatoes, 31b. tins, per tin. .  Corn, 2 lb, tins, per tin   Peas, per tin   Beans, per tin   Cocoanut  Coroiinut. in bulk, per lb .-   Cm-OiLtiul-iir packets per-lb.-rv-.-.-.-.-  12.).  11"  10  10  Condensed Mill-  Condensed milk.  Keindeer,   pe)r  Condenseel  cream.   Jersey,   per  tin .'   Canned Fish  .Salmon, hest, per Iin   Cove oysters, 2 lb., per Iiu   " "        J lb., per tin.  Canned Beef  Camipd Tli'i'f. 2 lb., per tin ....  Canned Brawn. 2 lb., per tin..  Lunch Tongue, 1 lb., per tin .,  13  12  12),  25"  15  30  W)  33  Marmalade  Marmalade, Keillor's 7 lb...  Pickles  Pickles. 1 gallon pails   Crosse & IJlackwelPs pinls.  Patterson's quart, sealers...  pint.sealers."...  Sweet Pickles   Hire", China ..  .lapan ..  1 00  80  35  35  20  ' ."i.i  0.1  Salt  Salt, 3 Ib. sacks. 3 for       2:  "   50 Ib. sacks, each ..'       7;  T    I  -10  Fluid Beef  .lohnstoi,'.- Fluid Beef. I ov,. tins.  "     2 ov,. tins.  20  1 V)  i Eke: Powder  ! Kgg Powder, Birds each        15  i" r-i  1 ��������� Flour  I )'  1 I' lour��������� Ogilvie's     ur   Keewjil in,  ]      per e-w I .'    2 35  Gelatine  1  1 Oeliitiiip, Coxes, \ Ib, packages..       13  ���������' Lard  j  i Laid, pint'. 3 ib.  I ins        33  "j     " ������������������     .*, 11.. tin-"        55  ;    ������������������       ������������������    io ib. tin-  i 10  i     ���������' "     20lb. tin-,    2 10  15  HARRY  EDWARDS  Taxidermist.  DEEll HKADS,  I'.II'.riS. ANIM.M.S, V.lr...  J'rcservcel and Mounted.  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  Bacon  Breakfast bai.'on, peril)   Dry sail bacem, peril)   12i  10 i  Sapolio  Sapnlio. per cake        12  Soap  Soap���������   Royal   Crown    Soap 20  for ..."    1 00  Peerless Semp, 25 feu* .1 (K)  Sunlight soap, IS for    1 00  Starch  Standi, laundry,   1 lb.   Cortins,  peril)        30  Starch, Coin, per lb .'         0  Soda  Soda, Washing, per lb u .        3  Sago  Sago, per lb         7  Tapioca  Tapifii'a, pearl, per lb         7  Teas  Our Te'as are: the best in the market,  Ram Lai's, (the faveirile), per lb. CO  Liptem's Nei. 1 per lb  00  No. 2. per lb  50  "       No. 3. per lb  .10  5 lbs. black tea feu  1 00  TNCi.CDIXG:  Carving: Sets  Castors  Knives  Forks,  Teaspoons  Butter Dishes  Bon.Bons  WATCHES  AND GL20GKS  Gay Barber  MfKonstie Av<\. Pevolstoko  Point Ge^reRT  H0TEL-  PLUMPER PASS.  MAYNIC ISLAND. P.Q.,  About midway between Vancouver and Victoria  This hotel  is sitiinleel on one of the most '  lieniilifiil i.-lnml.s In the Gtilf of Gi'oruia.  I'linuite   elelii'htfnl,   ��������� (_ood     Homing    and  I'-l-lilii-, l.aivn Teiinii mill Ilatlilnp.  ���������Inst the i.lae'c tei s)ienel a holiday during the  hot-siiiniiior-nionth������. ... . - -...-.-.. - - --  The House is well   furnished uud with all  moeleru coiivPniPniM"*.  MOBKIIATE KATKS  Applv lo MANAGER.'  Steamer    leaves    Now   iVcstmlnster   every  Motidny, Thursday and Saturday.  R. H. TRUEMAN & CO.,  PHOTOGRAPHERS  Will open   up  business In  their now ,  studio In thc Smith Illock the first week  In June, and will remain one month.  v Painters Wanted.  Only   first  class  men   wanted.     "Higlieit  wrges paid."   Apply to'  ���������    W. O. IIIKN-KY,  I'lonccr I'nint Shop,  42tf First Street, east.  Notice  Take Notice that John II. Uoblnson, ol tlio-  City of Itevelstoke, intends to apply to the  Hoard til Licensing Commissioners of the) Citv  of Ilcvt-'lidoke, at the next slItliiK of . tho  I.ii'CiisliiK l.ourt for a license tn sell liquor bv  retail on the premises owned by lilm anel  _ltuatc 011 Lots 13 and 111. Jlloi'k 23, on Ihe corner of Orion -veiin... and Second Street in tha  said City of Itevelstoke.  Dn tod this first dny of May, A. D��������� 1890.  ���������=> Vermicelli  Vermicelli, 10 Ib. box   Macaroni, 10 lh. box   85  85  -I*-A*  Wholesale and Retail General Merchants  ExecutoVs Notice to Creditors.  NOTICK 15 HEIIEBY GIVEN that nil pcraons  having ciaiinsaKiiiust the estate of Allan S.  McKenzie, late of Anaconda, In thc State of  Montana, V. S. A., deceased, are required to.  senel to Geo. S. McCarter. of ItcvelstoI.e, B.C.,  Solicitor for Mary McKenzie, the executrix  named in the last will and testament of said  dee'cosed, full particulars of such claims on or  before tlie loth day eif June, 1899, and after  tiie said 10th elay .of June, the said  executrix wil.' proceed to distribute the snid-  estate umongst the persons entitled thereto,  having r-irnrd only to those claims to which  the executrix shall then havo notice, and that  the said executrix will not be liable for the  proi'voeis of said estate or any part thereof so  di-tributed to any person of whobe claim the  f-nid executrix had not notice at thc time of  the distribution thereof. 1  Dated thi-. ISlii Mnv IfiS-3.  GEO. S. ilcCAKTEE,'*  39���������lw Solicitor for tlie said Executrix.  Administrators Notice to Creditors  Notice is hereby i;iven that all creditors and  persoDS having claims against the estate of  Arthur Godfrey Molson Spragge, late of Kevelstoke, B. C, barrister, deceased, are required  to send to Jnmes F. Armstrong, Esei., Official  Administrator, at Fort Steele. B. C, thc administrator of this estate, full partlculara of  such claims on or before thc -3rd day of June,  1899; and after the said 23rd June, 1899, the  said administrator will proceed to distribute  said estate amongst the persons entitled  thereto, having regard only to tho^e claim* of  which the said administrator shall then havo  notice and that the said administrator will  not be liable for the proceeds of said estate or

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