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Array ,v"1  v  *ll  -ISS"CJED   TWIGE-A-WEEK -WBDITESDAYS    A.3STX)    S^TTJI^3D-A-"X"S-  Vol. III.    No.  43.  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  WEDNESDAY, MAY  31,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  St^-***,****!*****:***^***********^^  This is for Revelstoke's 3,000  I  _,'  %  KJ  "Isn't it jf unny, They're Always Crowded."  Wc respectfully contradict the lady who made that remark in passing onr door Friday  5; afternoon lust. If you will put on your thinking capyou'll easily see why this store is  ft always busy. "' From its inception its policy has been generous and broad courtesy without  S" frigid " formality : come when you will, go when you please. Buy with the assurance  ft that wrong things "will be made right and with the knowledge that the store's prices are  ^ al ways'" the lowe*_t,simply because \ve try to make them fair to you and us and tliat naturally  5 the ��������� store which sells most sells best. When you've thought over those things read these  ������items and you'll wonder no longer an fact you'll be one of the crowd  at this sale  ������ Ladies' Sailor Hats  1   ' - -   - -.-    -  '  0 Ladies' Nnvv Black and Brown Hough  ������ Straw Sailors with Witle Rlack  5>    Velvet, Hands $1.23  (J)  ������Lndio-' Whito  Hough  Straw  Sudors.  twit li faiicv hands Sl*2o  -    .  (���������) Ladies' White Hough Straw Sailors.  ������    low crown and blnck bunds SI..10  cj) I.iidies' Bliek. Brown and. Navy Snil-  S     ors. wide brim ; 73c.  (���������1 Misses'   Fancy  Bough   Straw   .Sailors,  with wiile bauds $1.00  <������ Misses' Cardinal Hough .Straw Sailors,  with black bauds Ooc.  <5 Children's Sailors  i������ White and   Fancy   Children's   Sailors.  0    Cold Ribbon bands 10c.  @  (a) -  ~"(g-AVliito"*nnil-?fiivy-Fiiiu'y--Ht������iigli-i3t.raiv.  ������    Children's Sailors. 2.1c.  ������ Cardinal,   Brown   and  Black.   Fancy  (���������)    Children's Sailors 75c".  (���������)  '$ Whito Vine Straw Children's Sailors.  g    fancy bunds .$1.00  Children's Jubilee  .'Tains  .33c.  Babies' Bonnets  Babies'  Muslin    Bonni'ls,   with   open  work, worth 10c���������this sale, cadi.23c  Bubios' Fancy Muslin Bonnets,  worth  Ojc.��������� this side, each , 40c.  Shirt Waists  A matchless show of \viii������l~~f Ilm  newest, of the now. in Percale.  Madras and White Cambric. Laun-  driod Collars and CntTs. Monday,  two verv special lots reuiaikably  gooel S1.2-H'. Waists for 73c. and llio  $1 waists for flOc.  Knit Underwear  Moro of the Knit Underwear  wo told  - von of lho other day.    Derby Kihheel  Vests, all size's, for women, medium  weight, per garment Inc.  Women's Underskirts  Black Saloon Petticoats with deep  ilcmiu-c and rufllo e-iit. wide and well  made, mine ii than usually good.  for ijsl.2.-)  j   Muslin, Underwear  Muslin ' Night -Gowns. ' willi "surplice"  yoke, trimmed with Hambiirv, well  worth $1.30.    This sale '.. .$1.1)0  Gowns uf (inc. Cambric, trimmed with  Irish point. Insertion Tuck Yoke,  .worth at fhe very least $2.00. This  sale $1.30  Umbrella Drawers with five inch ruffle,  per pair ...'.... .05c.  Good Muslin Drawers, tucked, por  pair .j .30c.  Under Skirts with Deep Tlufflo,  tucked and well pleated���������this sale   .' ." $1.25  I5liiek Sateen Under Skirts with deep  (Inline*-! and riifile. cut wide"mul well  made, more than usually good. .$1.25  Parasols  Tomorrow ,*i showing of now Parasols,  tlie season's newest itle.is. Rustic .Hid  Fancy"" ll7TirdIo37-st"eol*���������fru mes���������aiid-  roYls, in plain and fancy colors.    Tlio  ligurcs begin ut $1.23  More Men's Shirts  Puiliciilii)' men will respond quickly  to this not ice.  ONK THIRD LKSS  Thnn current prices.     Only by buying  large  quantities eoulel   wu get  the  price down.  Men's Regatt it Shirts in pretty designs,  coifs attached; epiite swell shirts.  $1.25 ones for - 73c.  ' Handkerchiefs *  15c. ones for S.'.c.  A lot of Undies' Handkerchiefs with  embroidered corners. Anyway  there's a big pile and you may" take  them tomorrow at 3 for 2oc.  Women's Oxford Shoes  Wo havo u few pairs of those $:_> line  left���������this sale $1.30  Clothing Specials  We pride ourselves iu thc Clothing we  keep. It's not of the ordinary kind,  noithi t* nro our prices us,much as are  usually iisked.     Now and then  we"  '��������� cut below nm- regular prices which  means chances like this for this sale :  Men's Suits ninde of Navy Blue Some,  and Brown Check Caiiiulian Tweed,  regular price $S.50, this sale $5.00  Boy's Two-Piece Soils. Short Pants,  lined with Best Italian Cloth. Sizes  23 to 2S���������this sale $1.75  . .Three nxtra Specials  _,.. '  *'in"."Dress'C?6ods"'-"*"'"-."'7"  Dress   Goods     have    received    their  marching orders.     Slocks* mnst'-beS  e-leai ed at any cost. We cannot alTorci ������  to   wait,   longer, a nil    mark    goods  iieiorilingly. .These   clearing  prices fe  for lhis sale. '"  .  Our 40c. and 50c. Dress Stuffs ������  for 25c. a Yard  75 Yards .'IS in. Tweeds in a splendid g  runge of colors and choice niixtni es������  uf Gray, Fawn. Brown anil Blue,������  suitable for bicycling rr Tailor Suits 0  1 eguiiii* prices -fOc. and 50c,  This '-"ale W  to clear at..." 25c. 5.  -~)  ��������� ��������� *      - ".        $  A $6.50  to  $7.50   Black  Dress f  Length for* $4.00  15 only Black Dress Lengths consisting  of Mohair and Wool figures, stripes.  .^figimiLPciplins. ric.li Mat clause ancle!;')  Brocades. Those are elegant iiuw~������  rich goods.O arid ' 01 yards in each S  length. The regular prices were ������  $5.50 $0 and $7���������At'this greal, sale������   ���������-;������������������-.��������� $1-00 ������  A $4.50 Navy Blue All-Wool |  Serge Skirt Length for $2.25  10 only Navy Blue All-Wool Serge  Skirt Lengths, nice; medium.Twill.  Smooth finish., Special price for  this sale in ih yard lengths $2.23 y  Having purchased your'Dress Gooels. p  step around to the lining and triui-5  ming counters. "We; huvc soinojlj  really good things awaiting you 9  there. *" '     ���������    * 8  Hardware Specials '?  2  Mechanics tool-* mid useful household 2  articles at prices that 1110:111 a hand-2  some saving for those who buy from ������  us. A few items to emphasize thai 9  fact: 2,  Screen Doors $ I 25$  Window Screens, spring sash... 1 23 9  Polutei Mashers  13 2  Cake Cutters  10 5  Oil Stoves." :   75 S  Toast Racks..-i  15 2  5  lb.   Jiipanoil   Cans,   just   the *m  thing for.picnic part ies  25 S  Grocery Specials %  Winchester Hams, "Winchester Bacon.'.  Premium Hams. Empire Breakfast [  Bacon. California Hams, a carload '���������  of the above celebrated brand of J  Cured Meats just arrived.  I  . BOURNE BROS.,  I   Wholesale  and  Retail   General  Merchants.  ROBBING PETER  TO PAY PAUL  So after nil these years nf assertion  that tho one thing vitally necessary  to Hevelstokc was lhe opening up nl'  the Big Bend distiict and that the  first slop in this direction inu.-l, be a  hteiimboiit on the river, su\ only-live  people of apparently the usual amount  of intelligence have been found in  declare that, a steamer is not really  wanted at .ill, and lhat. lhe Big Bend  country will be best, opened up by a  few 11101c trails boing built in if. The  onlv reason adduced for lhe amazing  decision bus so far been that in their  opinion it is so and I hole; is an end or  it. Ou t.he sunie grounds a discussion  might he started thnt.grass is usually  ot 11 pain pink color in this counlry, a  proposition, which, if put forward in  the right quarter in Revelsloke. would  doubtless find quite' a number of  people to vote for it in public meetings  awl petition the government lo make  it so, betides another large crowd of  anxious seekers after information,  who have not looked into the matter  sulliciently to make up their minds  onc way or the; other.  The individual respcinsible foi- (he  whole business is unquestionably our  representative at Victoria. The latest  phase of that gentleman's attitude on  the question that, of studied /impartiality cannot be lulinitted for a  moment, He; it was who lirst, mooted  tliO'inatler at a meeting 'of the hoard  of trade. He has always been opposed  to this wagon road to tho canyon, ll.  was started during that brief period  when Mr. Kellie being ;in opposition,  the wot blanket of his influence was  removed from this town and district  and the opinions of the board of trade  and of the responsible business men  of this place could make themselves  felt nt yictoria. Inconsequence, since  his return to power, tht; rond has been  to him like the proverbial red rag  lo a bull and he has finally succeeded  in-pelsuuding tjint.particular crowd  in tl-ri.s"T6wh, wl.vi Chiiilc'that. whatever  Mr. Kellie says must be; so, that the  one; thing 011'which wo have all been  agreed, iis vitally necessary io the  progress of Revelstoke is of no particular consequence compared with  the building of a fe.v niore trails in  the northern country. No dtiubt it is  also vitally necessary to Jlr. Kellie  that ho should have some money froin  some place; or other lo build sonic of  the trails wliich ho was 'promising all  over the district this- time List yenr.  It is epiite sine thai only very few of  theni can eome. out. of the miserable  $15,000 appropriated   for   the  dislrict.  I Revelstoke - Nakusp  tte<MMWW������(MMMWmM ****���������������=#*******  New Denver  Burton City ?.  i  -������**^***r****#������#^������r*������w^._������r4  But if Mr. Kellie thinks that the  business men oT lievelsloke intend to  sit tamely down and submit Io be  reiidieei by bin) in order that he inny  be able to satisfy his supporters he  will lind himself must grievously  mistaken.  THE PUBLSQ MEETING  Goes in Favor of Spending the Money  Appropriated for the Wagon Road iu  Etiilding Trails  There was il well atleneled meeting  in the opera house on Monday night n't,  the invitation uf Jlr. Kellie, who  tlcsiicd an expression of opinion from  the people ns to the division of $1,000  apprupriatcd by the government for  the complel ion nf the wagon ro.ul nnd  wliich,vif (livejrtod. would be used in  building trnils in the Big Bend.  W. J1. Lee wns elected tn Ilv: chair  nnel called on Jlr. Kelliu to open lhe  meeting.  Jlr. ICellie; iu Uu; course nf his  remark:, slated thnt he did not cure  foi his own part whether the ninney  was applied lis uppronrinled or spout  011 building trails iu (lie Big Bend. He  was only I bore to get the. opinion nf  the people anil the people would 1 uie.  However, Jlr. Kellie; was very outspoken in his opinion that, the wagon  road was* u-eless unel thai. Gonelle's  ntl'er was not a good one. He threw  cold water on tho whole steamboat  scheme.  II. A. Brown made; n good speech,  enumerating the benelils which woulel  accrue from getting 11 regular steamboat service on tin; upper 1 iver  connected by the canyon wagon road  wilh Revelstoke. Jlr. Genelle. would  pul n.stem 1 ior on to make regular trips  us far as Laporle: which would load at  llevelstoke us often ns'lhe navigatiuii  nf the river in the canyon permitted.  He shewed that the steamer woulel  cut freight rates inlo tho Big liend iu  hull'.  It'll. Adair followed und endeavored  to show whv lhe building ol* the  wagon road wns useless. lie winled  the money spent on trails in the  Big Bend so that the prospectors coi'.lil  get in lo develop.their claims.  .Dr. JIcKeclinie ask eel Jlr. Kellie why  he diel nol oppose lhe $1,000 ,-ipprei-  pri.itinn for the wagon roael in the  logislat lire;. Jlr. Kellie replied thai  even il". the nnpron'Miii ������nn bud n:n.-������>.l  tile legislature il. would be .better nul  lo apply it on tlu* road if the' roael was  us'e|o>s.  J. W. JMcC.illniii said ho represented  tho workingmen and in liis speech  look much tliu same line ns Kd. Adair.  T. .1. (ii'.ihniiie, from his experience  on the Otlawii. suid he could shoot  the canyon on a 11 inch square I imber.  T. Kilnutrick said lu; did not understand the question properly and was  seeking for inforniut ion.  T. L. Haig sniel that the opponents  of lho w.igotf road hail not shown  sullicioni. proof why the appropriation  should bo diverted to huilel I mils.  A vote taken dividing the house'  ucsuitcil in fuvor of the. di vision of ihe  unpropriullon to building trails by a  considerable majority. - ',  C.P.R. OVERLAND FLYER  Four Days irom Montreal to Vancouver  Will be the New Schedule  Mt)NTUl-:.\r., May 21!.���������The new fust  sei vice on the C.P.H. will be inaugurated about the middle nf June', probably I he lSlh ur 10th. The flyer acros>  thu continent, will be culled the  "Imperial I.imilcd," and will reduce  the; time between Montreal and Vancouver 10 nhiuit onc hundred hours.  Thoro will also be. a daily train con-  tiiii'iilnl service instituted owing to lhe  vastly increasing volume of travel and  1 rains will leave on Sundays as well us  on week days, this being-absolutely  necessitated lo relieve lho* present  heavy trallic on Jlonday's trains with  travellers from li nope."  The hour for departure from Montreal will be O.SO a.m., nnd Toronto  about, l'n in* hours hit or, nnd Winnipeg  and main parts of Manitoba will hi:  brougliL within-IS hours nf this cily,  local trains in that province making  1 lose connection with the "imperial  Limited.",  Vancouver and Victoiia will be  reached on the fourth elay out from  Jlontrenl. Thu Kootenay country will  also be advantageously affected by tliu  new service. A fast traiii on llie  Crow's Nosl Pass Railway, to which a  Lhrough sleeper will be at inched to  Kuotcnuy Lauding, will make Ibis  iilloriiali: route lo tliese goldlields lho  shortest, and epiie:kest one; from the  Uic-t. Through piissung"rs will have  a choice' of routes to Lhe Pacific Coast  by the uitiiu line eir the Crnw's Most  Pass branch, just as they now Imve  'the option of travelling" around the  norlh shore of Lake Superinroi* by tbo  upper lake steamships of lho company  between Owen Sound, Pott Arthur  and Fort William.  This new fast service; is to be grontly  suppleuientoil by an increiiseel. local  service on different sections of the. line  so that the accelerated speed will bo  largely obtained by the reduction of  the number of local stops.  ' The Eight Hour Question  The   situation   regnrdiug  the eight  hour law  is  much   the   same  as Inst,  week.    The mint; owners indicate that  they will not ret real,  froin   tlieir  position iind will offer  to  re-engage  Iheir  ............ tlw..l..t    -it   .llii-..,.   ...'c*v    '���������---   ���������  eight hour sliii'r.������������������X'li.---iiiino"i's have  Hi lie to say, but it, is genei _illy..niidi'r-  stood that tliey will demand $.{.50 nnd  will refuse to "work at a lower rate.  The Payne-will cut, its force do.vn to  iv,) nieii ou Monday and the Last  Chance closes down completely today.  The Noble Five has 25 men on the  payroll nnd the Idaho 22. All the  oilier properties with the exception of  tin) Whitewater ami Slncnu Star uie  working small forces. The. Star is  iiictc.'iising - its force und will work  nboul a hundred men. As they hnve  not committed themselves regnrdiug  llie wages they will pay it is not  known whnl statu! they will take, but  it is common talk that "the Star will  pay ������S3.i"_() for' the eight-hour shift.���������  Saiiilnn Pnvstruuk.    ���������  -rerCT__g_-_..H-'rffrf';mg"*l'������*''y-^*^������'J,:"'-'^'^v^  FIXED W AT ROME,  A General Dominion Election Close at  Hand���������Thc Lauric-r Policy, if Returned Again to Power  Toiuu--ro, May 27.���������Thc World.  Conservative, has a Montreal special  which snys*:  '��������� Mr. McGuire. of tho Quebec .Mercury, recently ret 111 ued from Rome.  While at the Vatican it wu-s staled tn-  McGuire tlmt there woultl be a genernl  election in this country in the verv  near future.  "In a talk McGuire; had with certain  gentlemen of the pupal household who  ni.* familiar with Canadian atfair. hu  says certain it cms ns 10 what would be  the government's policy in elections  were to bis surprise made known in  him.  _.-' The statement was 'made at tho  Val iciin that the present government; ���������  had virtually promised it would  secure forthe minority of the Piairie  Province a full and further measure of  justice; in keeping with tho judgment  of tho privy council if it, was returned  to power again.''  Standard Basin  - This promising copper camp  is located between the two south   forks r,f  Downie creek nntl at the;  head  of One  Milo cieek.    There are twelve claims  in    the   basin   all    presenting   strong  indications of great  mineial   wealth,  the   croppings    being     quite     extraordinary.   The Standard claim  is  tlm  one on  which   most   work   has  been,  done.     The   owneis,   Messrs.   Smith.  -  Wile-ox mid liiuneiis. have run a cross- "  out- 70 feet, unci are sinking a  winze on  the ledge.     They have never lieen out;  of sight of ore all  through  tin;  workings.    When  Lhey quit   work   a  few*  weeks ngo they hnd. four fee-t of ore in'-  the bottom of-the winze and. the outcropping-, indicate that, ano'ihor  vein  not. vet 11 ncovered is in front nf them.  Their work hns beon valuable proof of  the permanence of the surface showings     in     tiie     basin.    Tlie     general,  character of the ore is a copper pyrites-  with   streaks   of   almost  pure  native  copper (87%) miming through   it.    Thu  -  flanguc   is" serpentine and is   30 foot  wide nu the surface.    Besides tho work -  on the Standard, the owners have done,  work ut several other point's  on.iheir- -  group   sut'iicient   to  demonstrate the  ���������,-i^unc������''T iiia-ii^_ZiaiEl-.,  a,.e  Oiieix .  well ilenned fissure veins oi.���������.. .-^.^..lr^���������  erty; two of wliich have .been traced  through four-of the claims and tin;  other through five. 'Chen* is everv  indication thnt wilh development lhe*  Standard Basin will turn out one ot-  tbe greatest copper camps in the  province.  -ARE   NOW    TO   BE FOUND-  Tlie Complete List Can Be Obtained on Application  to  THE  onsumcrs' Wholesale  Net an Entire Success  The   experimental    working of the1  eight-hour   system     has   not   been 11  success in lbe Rossland camp from lhe;  mine-owners' point of view,   lixpenses  have hugely  increased Mn  proportion  10 the iimouiit. of work douc.     This  is  reported on  the  authority  of  W.  A.  Carlyle. genoral superintendent of Ihe *  B.   A.   C.   mines.    It.     is   practically -  settled that combined  aclion   will  be  taken by the mine owners of Hcissland-  to adjust, the scale, of  wages   lo   the  eight-hour law.     The Miners'  Union  has always been recognized as a factor  in   Rossland   industry, tand   hus    the-  res-peet of the mine  owners, and  the;  community,  while   lhe  greitfost.  har-  iiinir>~-hTis-alw:iy3rci-~istedr==���������It-iviiiOst���������  likely that Lhe mat ter will lie arranged  as the owners hnve shown overy disposition   to   be   reasonable  .in    llieie-  dealings with the  men employed  by*  them.���������Nelson Miner.  4-t*i"i"I*4"l"H"������"H"t'i"t*t  Mail  Orders   ,,  Promptly  -Attended  To.  ���������*"M"H"t"M"M"*"*"?"J"I"I  0  u r  prico list is worth studying, and it is of great interest to  the Consumer bceauso.it allows what the best of poods are  honestly worth. -We carry a complete stock of Staple aiul  Fancy Groceries; Teas, Cofl'ees. Spices, Dried Fruits. Etc.,  and we have onVy one price "list in which tlie prices arc based  ��������� oir-the lowest figure that goods can be sold for  Miners' Statement Expected  this Week*  N'liw Dknvkh. May 27.���������While  the  mine  owners hnve  openly stipulated  their  terms  for   the   employment of  labor on  and after .Line 1.   thu  men  themselves .is yet have not  iiiiidc any  utnbori7.ee!     statement,   though   it is  pretty generally understood lhat, they*  will decline the olfer of $:i and   will,  hold out for $:i..V).    Since lhe meetings  nt lhe unions at Siiverton on Thursday  theie is un doubt of the minor;,' intoti���������  linn lo resist the lowering of Iho wage  scale.   The loader* advocate: il and the. ���������  rank and Iiie ate giving  expression  tn-,  it.    This week  will   witness tne  pronouncement or the men and   then  the;  situation will he presented  from  each  sido nl the question, allowing the public 10 judge for themselves  us  to 'he-  justice of   the   opposing   claims   uud'  contention-).  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.  WRITE   POB'; OTTIR,   OATALOGTTB    TO  THB S. APPLETON Company,   : -REVELSTOKE, B. C  Revelstoke Gun Club  Tho ("Jim Club held it<= weekly >h  on Satuiday. The following were  score-:  Ii..\ Brown ,   K. I). Johiifcoii   I- 1'liilpot   I. K. ���������-purling   A. McKiie   1". llrr,-,\ n   II. M-Sinitilc   1 >.. } I oy 11111 d   W. LiC������ r. Hoc-   J. I'in-h-m   A. JlcKno took the golel button  the l-t.elti~.~-. K. U. .Tohii.-on in thei  and II. JI. Suivthe in the 3rd.  not-  thc-  10  ���������j  1  in  >lHl  A h.ul slide at Twin Butte kopt two  rotaries busy ou Snliudnv ami Snndav  la������-t. lt was 250 loot long and 2."> feet  deep. During the course of the work  tiit' body of the sectinnman who was  killed last January by a slide, was  discovered in lhu Illecillewaet nnd  was brought in for bui-inl here on  Monday. Hi- name mi* John Yoinik.  He was buried by Kev. Father Thayer  011 Tuesday morning. a  Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interests o  B-Tels-oke,   Lardeau. Bis Bend, Trout Lake  llltcUlewtet, Albert Canyon. Jordan  Pais and Eaiile i*"B8S "Uiatricia.  A. JOHNSON Proprietor  A fiemi-Wfccklr Journal published in the  l_aterei>!3 ot Re*els.-.oke and tho curroundms.  dstrict, Wednesdajs An.l .-'aturdajs, makinB  ^osest connections with Ml trains.  Advertising Bates : Di^piR}* ads, ?l 50 rer  column lucb. ?2.00 per Itca when Insert i.d oi.tl Us  page. Legal ads. 12c vr (noi.paruill line for  rtrsi Insertion; Sc for ea h addlliuiiHl insertion.  Heading notices, 16c per line each i-J'-O. Bijh,  -_arriage<and Death notice?, free.  Subscription Rate.: By mail or carrier. ?2 to  per annum : jl.15 for six month:), mriuly in  BCvonce. ,,        ���������     . ,  Our Job Department: lm*. IIi-mam" Jo.i  Depfrtmcnt i-i one of tie) hct-l complied  printing oMcea lu \Vc=i Kootenay, >-nd lo |.rc-  partu io execute all kinds of piin'.inK in Ural  cUsa style at honest prlce3 One prico to nil.  Ko job too large���������none too Biimll���������forus. J nul  orders promptly attended u. Givo un a trial  on your next oi'i-.r.  To Correspondents: Wc in-. correspondence on aDy subject of im.-rcst *o tliu Kcncr.il  public, and deelre a rcliabl' rcK~ilnr cone.-.-  pondect    In     every     !_e._ii miirounilii'.:*  R'*. velstoke. In all case? lho bona fid.- nuinu  o'the writer nin-'iaecoinciiiiy inantiscript, out  i ot necessarily for publicatio .  Address all coaimuuications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Itevelstoko, S. C  IK 11  CELEBRATED IN ROYAL STYLE  IM TWO HEMISPHERES  A   Ii  w  WHITS. ������WILL*R2 & SCOTT.  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Etc.  Taylor Block. McKenzie Avenue, llcv-  elsioltc Station.  Money To Loan.  XV.   .Vbile.. J.   JI.  Scott,  B.A..  Q.  C. L. L.  B.  F.  L.  Gwillim.  HAK.VEY &, WcCiiRTBR  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  THE POPE SENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE QUEEN  Barristers,  Solicito'rs,  lite.  Solicitors I'or Imperial Uanlc of Canada  Company funds  lo loan at 8  per cent.  Olllces:       Molsons   Bank  Block.  First Street.  Rovolstoke Station.  H. C.  MliTIIODIST CHURCH ��������� Kovolatokfl.  Preaching servients ut 11 a.m. ai.d 7:30  p.m. Clat-s meeting ul- thu cluuo ot thc  morniiiK service. *-al>b'ith School and Biblo  Class nt 2:30 p.m. W.elily prayer meeting  every Wcdnraciuy ovoninft at 7:30 p.m. Tho  public uro cordially invited.   Seats freo.  ItEV. S. J. THOMPSON, Pa-tor.  THE  RUSSIANS   AND   CHINESE  CANT    AGREE  NOTICE TO CQRRESPjHDEHIS.  1. All tip.nrionce    iiuist    bo  written on   n   cue of tho pa. cr only.  2. Correspond viicc      coitaining      pi  matter mu_>'iibebiKLed  with u.a pr jei nuuio  cf tie wri'.ei. ...  3. -.;o.-ie=pondence with rt.ferci.ee to ai^  tbiBK that h_i*> apposed in unollicr paper  tnu-it firs-t ba otlerea for public >in on to i.n������.  taper befoie it. can appear in lur. II eh.ii d.  Paris, May 25.���������Sir Kdinuiul J. Mon-  son   nnel   Lady  Monson   this   evening  I gave a grunt! reeeniion at the British  cir.biissy. It was it brilliant gathering  I and  representative      of      the  highest  | society  of  llio   French  capital.      The  '��������� music for tlio occasion wns furnished  I by  the b;mel      of      the.     Republican  ! (iiiurtls,  who wero sent by Gen.  Zur-  kKib'.y j lineicr,   thu  military      governor      of  reonal   P;u*is, with his conipliiuciits to honor  Her  Majesty  Queen   Victoria,  on  the  anniversary of her birthday.  13__. SI. ii  __0-_EA_-I.  Olllco   and   Residence   two   doors   east  of Cowan Block.  Third  Street,  Centre.  Nifiln and elay calls aitunded to.  Telephone 'connection.   EDUDCATiONAl. CARD.  fHUKUU OU" KNGLAND���������St. Petor'S  X-r Itovel-toko Hour.-, of service: Evening  prayer d'llly nt 5 o'clock. Fridays at 7:3U.  sundayf find Festivals: Holy Communion at,  eian., morning prayer ac 11. Sunday School  nnel lllble Clam lit, 2:3d, ovot.lns pmy. r ut 7:30.  First Sunday in lho mouth Holy Communion  at morning services.   PHICSBYTISUIAN CHURCH���������Revolstolei'.  corvico over) Sunday at 11 n.in. tuitl 7:30  p.in Bib'o Clni3 at l!:'W p.m., to which  ull are ���������.vt-lcomo. Pruyer iv.e-etlr.g ai h p.m.  every Wednesday.  REV. T. MKNZIES, IVstor.  WEDNESDAY.        MAY  1893.  THE AWFUL  BOER  Latest advices from South Africa  state thai a crisis is irfiniinem in the  Transvaal and that active hostilities I  may break out in the near future  between ihe Boer republic and Great  Britain. The pot which has been  simmering since the timo of .lamie-  sdd's raid is already at boiling point  and may boil over at any moment.  Since the deplorable wav with thc  Boers ln 1SS1, when owing, to tho  vacillating policy of ...io government,  the untrained riflemen of the Transvaal were allowed to defeat British  troops and io chelate their own terms  of peace, Uie Boers have been suffer  ing from the arrogance of victory.  President Kruger lias adopted a  violent anti-Briilsh attitude, and  trusting presumably in the support of  Germany has of late begun io show  his teeih. The ill judged Jumiesnn  raid pul him undoubtedly in the right,  and he has since shown himself only  the moro determined to withhold the  reforms asked for by the English aud  other miners in  the Tran-svaal.  The Boer is au agriculturalist, not  a "miner, aud the sight of the goid  which ho will not dig, being takcn_out  ilbUi^r ^mrnigcr'manner AlUi'oimfi  by far ihe largest share cf capital invested in the country has been provided by the L'itlandors. lhc Boer  rctuses them any voice in the control of the luxes, and they arc denied  iho ordinary rights of citizenship.  Quite recently a monster petition  was forwarded io the British Colonial  Secretary by the British residents in  the Transvaal, asking for imperial  intervention, and as a resuli a conference has been arranged to take  place between the Briiish representative and the Boer president, which it  is hoped may result in an amieablp  understanding.  In ir.e meantime ihe Boers are fortifying their frontiers and preparing  for war, while the British forces in  the neighborhood are being stronglh  eaed. Ii is to be hoped that if war  does come, the Briiish government  vvill not back down.as ils predecessors  .wqUK REJOICING  Rome, May 25.���������A grand reception  and garden party was held at ��������� the  British embassy here yesterday.  There wore a thousand guests present,  including King Humbert, Queen Margaret, lhc cabinet ministers and members of thc diplomatic corps.  THE POPE CONGRATULATES' .  London, May 25.���������Her Majesty re-  ccivcei yesterday a. telegram of congratulation from His Holiness Pope  Loo XIII.  THE BOERS ALSO HONOR  Pencil drawing, black and colored  crayons, oil nnel water color on canvass,   silk,   china,   etc.  Two hours  weekly:  :?���������!  per monlli.  Kr.slisli (evening class), ti hours  weekly, ?H per nioiilh. French, two  hours* weekly. $4 por monlli. Latin,  lwo  hours  weekly,  SI   per  month.  Special  terms lo families.  Address: Miss Steele, McKenzie  Avenue,  opposite Taylor Block.  tei Victoria  J. V. PERKS, Frop"  Hotel Accommodation the Best in lhe  Cily fur ihe money.  H-altd by linL air: elecLric  light and  bell in every room  flniirly sticel car  between  hotel  and  s! nl ion.  L'irgi; and will lighted  sample room,  free bus meets  nil   tiains.  KEV1SLSTOKE. B. C.  1.1 OMAN CATHO_.Ii! CHUROH ���������Rovel-  1*- f.toko. Muss Urol' and third Sundays In  month at 10:30 a m ���������  KEV. FATHER THAYER.  SALVATIO"** _U~ My ���������MoothiRS ovory nigh*  in lhu:r hall on From Strco".  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1658.  fcjlj Itrsiil.ir nioi'tlnjts aro held in the  52?.- Oelellollows Mull on lliu third Friday  "if of oiifh iniiiitli :il 7..')0 p. nt. Visiting  ma lircilin'ii t-fiftlinilv invited  -V8S2.' \V. tl. liirncy, W.M.; li. I\ l'cttl  l.ic_i_C life. Sec; Dr.-T. Jell's, Fin. Set',', Thos.  Steed, Treasurer.  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F..Mo.3_j6i.-  Mcots ln tho Odd-  follows' Hall on tho.  2nd und 4lh Fridays of  each month. Visiting  brclhron invltod tei  uttenrt.  B. II. Campbell,   K. D. J. C. Johnson  Chief  Ranger. Rec.-See.  PETTIPIECE'S  Directory    4 0 00  and  Map    lO^^  A /LAA A AA1 -.&*-|_l4A A A AAA 4AA*AA  City of  Revelstoke  Revelstoke -  The G-iteway to the Wonderfully  Rich Mineral District of North  Kootenay and Canoe River.  The Supply Point, for the Big  Bend, Trout Lake, Lard -nu,  lllcC'.llewaet, Albert, Canyon,  ���������liirdan Pins and Rugh Pass Districts. Business Men and Business Hou-es. The Name. Occupation and Residence of  every Mai * Resident of the  City  VOL. TIL   -   -   Mat 1.  PRICE  FIFTY   CENTS  FOR. SALE AT ALL nOOKBULLBRS  Address���������  R.  P.  PETTIPIECE,  * Revelstoke, B. C.  ammmmiT~mmmmmmm!i?mmmmmm?-"m-~mmts  |    THE MOLSONS BANK   I  Incorporated b~j~ Act of Pmilhmhkt, 1835. ^                              * 3  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 3  PAID UP CAPITAL  BEST FUND  - $2 000.000 3  - si.Doo.ooo :3  DIRECTORS:  Wm. Molson KlAcrnKiiFOK, President:  S.  II. Ewino, Vlre-Pi _������ldenl; 3  ^_ W. M. Ramsay, Samuki, Fivi.k.t, ll.-itv aiiciiuialt-, J. P. Ui.kuiiurn, . ���������_*  ������J- II. Markla.id Molson. Z3  ���������^ F. Woki-Uitok Thomas, General Manager. 3  E     A general banking business transacted.     Interest allowed at current [2  ^ rlUes- J. D. MOLSON, 3  SjT. Manaii-i:, R_v_i.Rroi;r., II, c.     38  TllUMlUmilUUillllUUiMmUlUlUUlUUUUlUlllllUIUlUR  These Are Facts  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS.  opened up by the  Mineral  lea  Pretoria. Transvaal, May 25.���������Ths  Volksraatl, or parliament, adjourned  al noon yesterday in honor of tho  birthday of Her Majesty Queen  Yicicvlu. j  SAMPSON   HAS  HIS  SAV '  New Vork, May '25.���������The Briiish  Scholars and Universities club gave  a Queen's , Uirthday celebration  dinner lasi night. Admiral Sampson,  who was present, spoke of the friendship nov,* existing between America  and Great .Britain.  LAKNER'S   WATERLOO  Berlin, Ontario,.    May     2-1.���������Breit-  liaupt, Liberal, was elected for North  Waterloo,   by   125      majority       over  Lakner, the     unseated    Conservative  member and present candidate.  THE   CONDEMNED   GALICIANS  Winnipeg,  May 2"..���������Thc      Galician  murderers,    Guszozalt      aud      Czuby.  wore  informed  today of their      fate. ]  Czuliy broke down,  but Guszezak re- I  cciveel   tho   information' calmly.   A>;  the time goes      by thc      impression  strengthens thai Czuhy is not crazy.  Ho will be calm  -"t vationa! all day  aud tlie;������ wiicn anyone goes in to -aiK*  to him aboul preparing for death,'he  begins to rant and ravo and  declares  ho will never be hanccd.     It was tho  general impression that thn     doctors  would report, that he was sane,  ROACH   CAPTURED  ^ovonto. Maj- 25.���������A special to Tho  Mail from Boston announces the capture  of   John  Roach,  who  is  for     being     implicated  Holden   anel   Ponton   in   Lho  Naoanee  bank robbery.      Roach succeeded    ia  eluding arrest up to the nrcscnt.  A  RUSSIAN   BLUFF  Crage  ne  Notaries Public and  Conveyancer- .....  Sole Agonis fur the���������~__=2~"S-  Smelter  Townsite  ���������rvliniiig-���������  ITiro, Lifo and Accident  Insurance,  Officii*���������  ���������"iral.Sl.. List,  The Acme-���������*������  Soda  Water  Works  Miinul'nctiiiTi's of all kinds of  Aerated "Waters, Soda and Mineral  Waters iu Syphons and Bottles.  Factoi iu~i at Vernon and Revelstoke, li. C.  M. J   O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  fc^n  Leon  Notary Public,  Solo Ag~ont for  old in l'SSl.  .eveis"  Minir,~r, Fire and  Life Insurance..  Ollice. Opposite C.P.R. Depot.  Idih'S FAYETTE BUK5LR  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Blaclism.lth.insr* Jobbine  Plumbiaff.   f iPe Fitting  Tinsmithine  Sheet Iron "Work  Machinery Repaired  Miniqg Work a Specialty_____&  ���������ROBT. GORDON  RevelstoUe   Station,  Diamond Core  To obtain rapidly the knowledge of the value of reefs or Icrlgea  nothing i. to be compared with the Diamond Core Drill, which will  prove more in 30 day=~ thnn an outfit of men tunnelling or sinking  shafts could prove iu ten years.  The Dinmond Core Drill can pierce the mountains and   lake th  ecrefc of what it contains from their very hearts, and lhe more solid  he rock formation, the quicker it will do its woi le.  Tho Diamond Core Drill is so constructed that it cm be taken cj  pieces and packed on thebauks of horses and carried   and   worked  almost inaccessible places where water can bb obtained,���������-and it  be in almost auy part of British Columbia.  For full information and particulars apply by letter or in person to  J.    D.    SIBBALD,  REAL    ESTATE   AND    MINING     BROKERS,     REVELSTOKE  insure- t our j.:  t,\ nn1.  ���������.*,or:  Ior".  CAN  i  In'ii'o vctir Life���������"Accident or  U.'-itii."  OIT-T you -t c li .ir? to invest ._  5iti-il- ���������>���������- 1 r-.-,) iinin'.ini of vour  p.-iriiinc3 .-.i- .���������:������.*.it.-.t .-it ei prolitiililo  ri.to t?i mt.irow.  Pekin, Jlay 25.���������Tho Russian min- j  istor hero, M. De Gters. has notified j  the Tsting Li Yamcn. that Russia is i  unable to accept      thc  Chinese      re-: T -^       ���������������-  fusal of railroad concessions that she   _-0_n    i OU lYlcney  has demanded and that she will 'fend ; .   _. . ��������� ��������� '  a corps of engineers forthwith to sur-; O.riiMy bwt ^.-.mpru,.**) r.;~,r.-������cntf:d.  vey the lino Lo connect the    Russian i Ufiicc ..-.-...nz.-; .i-.vrn:o.  Manchuria railway with Pekin. . sj^jg^;^;^-.^.;^.-^.,;:^;.^^  Upper Arrow Lake,  . BRITISH COLUMBIA  Largo light bed .rooms.  Table furnished with  the choicest, the markf.c  afford--. B*..'-~t Wine-i  Liqii'ii'i nud Jigar-j  Kates  $1.      a day.     Monthly race.  J. ALHERT STONE, L'rof.ietor.  RATES.   $loo   PER   DA 7  The* news of ihe postponement for  onc day only of the- execution of thc-  Galician murderers at "Winnipeg will  be r������ui wiih no little disgust. Tii*j  rnr-n having brer, mado aware that  thrro was -.vj hope for them * must  have suffered terrible ago:-.;.- whi!;?  tvaitiDg for iho fearful moment, arid ��������� uiony.  too Ir.5ic~.ins oi -I hours' estra. suf- j -"rrrrr  fering owiut; to official bungling nl j  .Ottawa was not at all ccnl.mt~!.v,.e<i I  by the juej-;o who fixed the dato of  nv'.-cution. To postpone ai the ia-n |  uiomcni the Infliction of the inc-v.r-i  r.bio dcaih sc-nter.c, Irje.ks ;il;o ti!" I  rc-finrmtni of cruel:-.-. i  PLANTED  AN   OAK ;  I.nndon. May 25.���������During the after !  noon of hor birthday Her Majesty the i  Queen'planted an oak sapling ou the:  oast sido of Windsor Castle. Sho '  drove  along  Kenneth  drivo      to  the  Fpot and was assisted in planting tho  memorial   tree  by  the   Duke ot Saxe '  cl Cobourg Goiha.     All the. members of  thn*royal  family  witnessed  llio  cere- ���������  w  "Well Known for Their  Health Giving Properfcies.  Both Hotels Op*ri  ..................................|  Under tali in pr "r d Emfcrtlming  .Money *,v;,.s j,rc-tiy plcmiiul in ilo^d-  land Monday lart. much mcro :-.,  than 'er some time previous. It  was pay day. and a pay day i'i.;.- ������������������������,-:  p. pay day. The rolls thai were  made tip for the mouth of Ap U. .-..id  that were paid. acijrt'Ka'eil 'il IV.TC'^.fil.  and this outside ot all olfie.e oxjiensc-s.  II. Harvey, who war^ for many  years in the employ of the Golden  Lumber Company, has boon engaged  by the South Edmonton Saw Milling]  company to take charce of the  planers. ?.lr. Harvey is interrsted in  farming and ranching in Northern  Alberta and has no doubt as to the  success of this disiric; as a field for  mixed farming.  The c. P. R. :ire building a fine  bridge over the Kicking Horse at  I-'icld. The centre span will he ''.'���������  feet in length. Th1*; bridge- will be  a great convenience in ihe company'?  employees, inakini; tl:** iralis on the-  oiher sl_e of ihe ri*.*.-*.* available for  recreation. and it. v.-iil a;.,.-_i be tho  means of u.<t-t:', to M'juni St'iihcn for  mountain i-!i:iil.--rs and i" the pretty  scenery of Em-r-i.-'i lake in the heart  uf the Rocky mo-ii'iain.-.  The prize -i..t cf thi V.c_-.ler_ Asjri-  cuitural a:itl .���������.i*...-; ?-.:>-. .''iatlon of  lirandon for iluir I^C*:< rxhibition is  now ready for dl-!.i*ibiitio:i. It is a  neai vokime of 1:.:: .ja---..-: -.virii a handsome llthopra-ii-.'.'d coit. Prizes are  offered in ''.-': ciassr-s. ci.r.talains fr._.m  two to .-"' ~*.-'.'tions. 'i 'i ��������� exinl'ii; i:  commences on July iTih and continues  durini; the week, with special attrac  tlon-j oech fift_raoon and evening.  ROB2BT 'BAUSON  Wood Dealer  CiilU    Ul G.'j SaltilJ*  Druyin; ar...'. dflivery work a specialty. Tuams always rec.tly on _ hort-.-l.  notico.      Contracts  for" jobbinsr  taken.  F. Kow son. & Co.,  '.     1V1:.  '-il l".'.'i* 7- i.i Vnrn!;iir,-.  l|evelsto!*\8  Hospita  j Miitetr-ily Hoe-.m i.t ronm-ction.  ! ^*.���������l^cine    kr-pt     on    hnnd.  rs.   McKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants  RKAL ESTATM  MIXING  ���������  AND  INSURANT  AGENT  Ave,  .JS_enzie  The Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto"Call Daily.  A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers  and thc Springs. "  Good Accommodation both  at   thc   Springs   and at  ihe Landing.  IViegraphie Communication.      Baths Free.        Rates  S1.2o per day. ������  Good accommodation.    A   good bir  well supfiliel   with choica wintp  -liquors and cigars.  ouse.  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Proprietors;  Proprietor.  Hotel Ferguson  Ferguson, B.C.  Best ,\ ccum. ioiiATif������.~  I;-.- thi*; liAKim.w.  Rates $?. Per  Day.  " D. FERGUbON,"  Proprietor.  REVELSTOKE ���������  Sash  and  Doop  Facto? y.  Mnnufiteturo-s of  and Dealers In     '"���������'���������^  Roili.   Poors.  TurnliKts,   ninth",   Corner  Illne-k", Mmililltii_;n of nil kliul������, Fancy  Oalilei nntl Vt..r.inil-li work. Briicktl-i, I  of pvi'rv ili'ifrli'tii.ti   madt:  to  order.  Store' anil    ntlir*.    l'-*niiiii_r*j.   '"iiidoiT 1  Kr.inits. with p.iflli littcrl a sjieciuity.      j  All tho latf.������t iiint'irnitry. Dry kiln on hoi  prcinl".'". e.'ail anil jet prictfl Lcfor j  noliiKulsmvherc.  SAWYER & MANNING.  E li STQ  Do Vou   tiCJ&nt a   f_ome  In   This] Gfotalng    fl_inii_g ani  Railcnay  Centre  9   .  The C.efeK. s'eam Navigation Company lnvj soni ).'   t- i  lighttul piope-ty iu llevelstoke.    It is charmingly   situated,   handy  to  to any portion of the town.    Come and enquire about it at once.    Easy  terms if necessury.  T. Ii. HHIG Sole Agent  F. JWeCJIRTY  .Wholesale and Retail Dealer in.  PRIME BEEF, PORK.  .MUTTCXN JIHD SJIUSJISE  Fish   anti   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Revelstoke  llevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of the Lardeau and Tront Lake  Saddle    and     Pack  always for hire.  Horse*  Freight inR  and   Teaming   &  specialty.  Daily Statje- leaves Thomson's  Lmding every morning at 7 o'clock  , for Trout Lake City.    Fur petrticulai-s write  CKAfG & HILLMAK.i Tmmsox's Lamhmi.  J''  t  ���������  $U*-':: ) ,'  :h  *?  j&*.  *  i  Holding  Up  of  Sergeant Pepper  ST. JOHN, N.B., HAS $500,000 FIRE  C. P. R. fB  A WHOLE  FAMILY LYNCHED  The Winnipeg Elections Postponed Owing to None Arrival of Warrants  (Specia; to The Herald)  St. John, N. B., May 2R.���������This city  was visited yesterday by tiie heaviest  lire since 1S77 when nearly the  entire city was swept away:'" Today,  tho conflagration was in the north end  of Indian town, at the mouth of the  St. John river. The alarm was sent  In about 2 p.m. and the fire raged  until 6:30. The loss was a heavy oue,  especially as nearly all the buildings  destroyed were either owned or occupied by men who worked in the saw  mills or on the river. In  , many  cases the furniture was also destroyed. "Only one life was lost, an  unmarried lady named "Conrad"  being burned to death. The charred  remains were found in the debris.  Another woman, named Mowry, who  was suffering from heart trouble died  ��������� of fright. The loss is estimated at  half a million dollars covered by in-  Biiranco to the extent of three "hundred   thousand  dollars.  COSTIGAN ���������WILL EXPLAIN  Ottawa, May 2C���������Iu tho ' house of  commons this afternoon Hon. John  Costigan stated that he would make  it personal explanation of the recent  change in his political position tomorrow, as Sir Charles Tupucr was  unavoidably absent today.''  "IMPERIAL LIMITED"  Montreal, May 26.���������The new fast  service on the Canadian Pacific railway will bo inaugurated about the  middle of June, probably the ISth or  19th. Tho flyer across the-continent  will be called "The Imperial Limited"  and will reduce tho time between  Montreal and Vancouver to about  100 hours. The service is to be  daily,  * MRS. A1KENS DEAD  Toronto, May 2G.���������The wifo of the  Hon. J. C.-Aikens, Senator, aud Ex-  Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba,  died yesterday afternoon after a long  illneBs culminating in paralysis. The  deceased was the mother of J. A..M.  Aikens,  Q." C, of Winnipeg.  WINNIPEG  EXECUTION  POST-' "  PONED  Winnipeg, May 26.���������The execution  of Czuby and Guzezak has been postponed until Saturday on account ot  the non arrival from Ottawa of the  official warrant ordering them to be  hanged. Chief Justice Killam has  respited tho doomed men till tomorrow.  NEW   HOTEL   FOR   WINNIPEG  Winnipeg,   May  26.���������The   Canadian  ��������� Pacific railway intends shortly erecting a large hotel here, probably in  the neighborhood of the present  station.  A TEXAS FAMILY LYNCHED  Houston, Texas. May 26.���������A telephone message from Bazzotte says  .^_that_Jas._Ilu_iphi-ey_and_his_two-sons_.  havo been found hanging to tho limb  of a tree. Humphrey lives about  two miles west at Athens. ..The details of the triple lynching cannot be  obtained at present.  TO WELCOME .DEWEY'  New  York,   May "2G.���������New      York  " state has appropriated     ?75,000, and  New  York city  $150,000  to assist in  the welcoming home      of     Admiral  Georgo Dewey.    ���������       - ���������     ~  LIEUTENANT   GOVERNOR   MC-  INTYRE  Ottawa, May 26.���������Dr. Mclntyre,  Ex-M.P., has been appointed Lieutenant Governor ot Prince Edward  Island.  lly A. C.  Owing to injunctions whicli have  been filed neither the C. P. R., nor  the KaBlo-Lardo-Duncan railroad are  working In tho pass just at present,  but construction Is in full swing near  Duncan City, whero both companies  havo construction campB and the men  are busily at work grading and putting in slips. Tho Kaslo-Lardo road  are now putting in piers' for their  bridge across the Duncan river. About  GOO men in all are working around  Duncan City.     Noison Miner.  _, The Canadian Shorthorn Breeders'  association has voted ' upwards ot  $2,000 in special prizes for various exhibitions in the next 12 months. The  grant to the annual fat stock show,  which will probably bo held at London, has been increased and grants  will be extended to fairs iu the districts of ABsiniboia, Alberta aud  Sasatchowkan. Tho association has  about 911,000 in thc bank, and proposes to give some of lt hack to the  breeders.  Komeys  I.  It was Cliiistmas day in the North  West, late in tho early 80's. Around  the Maclood barracks of the N.W.M.P.  tho wind w.is whistling cheerfully,  carrying tlio light snow crystals)  hither and thither around the build-  lugs ln Its aimless bhisterings. Inside  the sergeants' mess a dinner was :n  progress. The non-coms, wero there  and a large number of men trom  town. Staff-Sergeant Pepper was In  the chair; the heavy portion ot tho  dinner was finished and the toast list  had boon finlnshed. He was enjoyig  himself to the utmost; every now and  then his individual guffaws would  drown the sounds of general merriment at the table. He was in good  humor, and why not? At his side  was a tenderfoot, a guest, and him  he was initiating into" the ways, real  and imaginary, of poor Lo. Tho  table was decked with many bottles  of the "hard stuff" in spite ot the  fact that it was prohibition time in  the North Wesl. Tho diners were all  in good humor and chaff was passing  on all sides. Down the table to the  chairman's right might bo seen  "Handsomo Hlckllng" as he was  called, dilating on the charms of a  ceitain French halfbreed girl to a  sympathizing" civilian. On the right  Sergeant Miller was eloquently explaining how it happened that the  last gang ot* whisky smugglers had  Si.pped through his hands. To him  the jovial Pepper addressed himself:  "Hello, Miller. Still yarning ovor  the way old Lamoureaux did you, eh?  Oh-haw-haw. You're .easy. Should  have known better at your time of  life."  'Como now. Pepper," retored Miller, "dry up. We are not all as clever  as you are, of course, but I'll lay you  25 bills that I'll run in a capture before   you   will."  "Done, my son, done.' replied tho  genial Pepper. "I always make it a  rule to take a soft snap. I am afraid  that you will be sorry in the morning."  "Well, if I can't get around quicker than you, old elephant; I'll eat my  head."  "Come, come," chortled Pepper, "no  need to break your teeth over wood,  you know," and his portly form shook  with appreciation of his own joke.  -entlemeii*.'"       Tho      toastmaster  rapped  on the table.      "I'll give you  the Army and Navy.'  II.  Next day Miller rode out to Beaver  Creek,   a   detachment   iu   the   Porcupine hills of which he' was incharge.  On  starting out he was not-in      the  ���������best  frame of mind..- After the very  long toast list had been gono through,  lue  sergeants'   mess  had   attended   a  dance given by Mose' Le Grandier in  his log, shack where the fun had been  fast and furious.    The ,whlsky, obtained under a three gallon permit, flowed  unceasingly,   till   at last  Pepper- was  heard  to  remark  that'it" licked  tho  widow's  cruse  to  fits.    Unluckily .for  tho mess, Mosc heard the remark.and  as   much   of   the   flow   had   gone  his  way,  ho was  moved   to  anger.    That  he.   Mose   Le  Grandier,   should   have  eontrabrand whisky!      "Non,  ze ting  was  horreble.   It  was  an  insult.  Al-  lons  mes* amis,   put   we  _e  raitcoats  to  ze dore."   lt was  with ' disordered  attire and vowing vengeance that the  non-coms,   retired,       not,      however,  without using the body of their host  and  several  of hisf riends who were  rash enough to join   in, cd reluctant  floor   polishers. - Miller   in   particular  was sore, having a bump- o*i his head  that did not add to his comfort.   The  ride  in thc cool      air over the hills,  completely restored him,  and by the  time ho had arrived at Beaver Creek  he no longer felt it necessary lo ride  with  one   hand  on  tho   horn of his  sa~'lrilcf*~As-he~eiitered-lhe-log-i-hack  it was evident that the inmates were  still   celebrating Christmas.   In      the  snug room wore  three men  and     a  couple of young English ranchers who  lived   closo   by.   Tobacco  smoke and  the savory incense of hot punch filled  the air.   The sergeant's entrance was  greeted   with   cheers.   Evidently   the  young Verekers were keeping* Christmas on a permit.   Dick Vereker filled  a .glass  with  steaming  punch      and  shoved   him   into   a    chair.       Miller  rapidly made himself comfortable and  on  request proceeded  to  give  an account of-the  "post dinner"   not omitting to mention his bet with Pepper.       - ��������� '  "Well, old man," remarked Dick,  "you have a chance to make your  money sooner than he thinks. I hear  that olel Lamoureaux Intends running  another lot into the village ������oon."  "The old scamp," exclaimed Miller.  "He won't fool me twice."  III.  Patrolling around Tennessee Coulee  two days later, Miller observed a  large sleigh, apparently laden with  grsen oats, drawn by four horseB,  striking down hill towards Macleod  at a lively rate. He did not see that  another sleigh similarly loaded was  drawn up some way off the trail, behind a large patch of poplar brush.  Thinking that it was as well to examine the load in case there should  be anything concealed under the straw  Miller shook up his horse and loped  forward. Just then the driver of the  sleigh turned around, and evidently-  recognizing a policeman, whipped up  hlo horses and seut them down tho  hlH at breakneck speed. The trail was  good, tho load apparontly small, and  tho sleigh had a good mile and .a  half's start of the sergeant He had  bean on a long rldo that day and the  snow had been deep In places, eo his  ' fired in the air. This had the desired  . effect and the sleigh was at rme  I pulled  up.  "What in blazes havo you led tne  this dance for?" he called to the  driver.  "Wbat in blazes are you police following us settlers all over tho country for?" coolly responded the youih.a  French  Canadian.  "Oh, it's you, is It, young Lainoui--  eaux? You wait and soe," said Miller  as.dismountlng.he proceeded to searoh  the load. Throwing off a couple of  armfiills of straw he struck his knuckles against something hard. Quickly  l.u dragged off the rest of the straw;  a keg, two, three, half a dozen,  came to light. Hurrah! Ho had fooled old Pepper. IIo moved one of the  kegs. It was almost full. He could  hear tho liquor swish about inside. He  had made no mistake, ho had got it  sure   this  time.  Remounting liis horse Miller ordered the young fellow to drive on towards Macleod and rode beside the  sloigh, keeping his eye on every  movement. Thc youth, however, appeared quite unconcerned. ' and  whistled as he drove. It was dusk  when thoy arrived at the post and ho  took his capture at once ' to tho  police square. Superintendent Steele  came out of tho orderly room accompanied b ya couplo of officers. On  hearing that Miller had made n seizure a number of the men gathered  around, among them Staff-Sergeant  Pepper, who looked rather blue at tho  thought  of  his  $25.  "Whisky capture, sir," reported  Miller. "Six kegs, all full. Young  t.umoureaux driving. Hael a ��������� long  chase."  "All right, sergeant. Staff-sergeant,  have the stuff spilled at once and remove the prisoner to.the guardroom,"  said the major.  With a mournful countenance, for  ho strongly objected to wasting good  liquor. Pepper lifted one of the kegs  out of the sleigh. A constable handed him a mallet anel the bung was  quickly driven in. Pepper sniffed suspiciously.  "Queer whisky." he said, and then  tasted it. "Sure, slr.it'B water," he  reported with a broad grin spreading  over   his   face.  "Water?" cried Miller dismayed.  "Try another." They did so, and another, and another, uutil all six kegs  had been tapped. They were all full  of water. Young Lamoureaux, who  had been standing around with a grin  on his face, said sarcastically: "Eh,  you no'let man tek his vasser to*  town ? I guess . you pay me now,  '..'est ce paB?" *  "Sold again, Miller, by the powers!"  spulttered Pepper bursting Into a, roar  of laughter in -which everyone, even  the officers, joined.' Miller looked exceedingly sick.  "I am afraid, sergeant," said the  superintendent, "that you have^bcen  trapped.   This looks like a decoy."  As Miller tramped off to the mess  his face was a study of rage and bewilderment^ He cursed the Lamoureaux one and all, as extensively as his  vocabulary (the .police have a fairly  complete, one) would permit. He had  no easy time in sergeant's mess lhat  night. Pepper led the gang and nearly had an apopleptic fit in his delight  at being able, to roast Miller again.  The latter's annoyance was by no  mean������ lessened when, next day, he  heart! in the town, that old Lamoureaux had arrived after dark from the  Porcupines with a large load of green  oats, and several cellars had been replenished   with   rye.'  IV.  _-,,-. t������ -T,  ._���������_..   a      j       _. , horso was  not as fresh as it might  ThS C' P\*\^a}?J0.?���������}���������0^^yo i have boon.      After getting down on  . tho  level  tho fugitive pulled off tho  Miller was transferred a few-days  later to Stand Off. Pepper being at the  same timo sent to Fort Kipp. The  former had only been, with his detachment a day or so when a stranger came to the Bhack. He desired to  see the boss, as he expressed it. He  was sent to .the house, where he  found - Miller.  The visitor, was not a prepossessing  specimen of, humanity. Tall and  thin���������so much so'that-even in a huge  buffalo coat he looked, as a constable  said, like a teepee pole in a blanket���������  with-a-long-lean-face.-he^waBithe-typi^.  eal Uncle Sam of the comic weeklies'.  His eyes wero shifty and uncertain,  and Miller at once sized him up as  a pretty tough character. *  "Air you the sergeant bossin" this  location?" enquired the stranger casually expectorating with great accuracy  of aim at a spittoon about eight feet  away.  "Ves.What can I do for you?" replied Miller pushing the cuspidore  closer-to his visitor.  -  "Don't mind that stranger. I guess  my aim is good for that distance," remarked, the visitor cheerfully, pro-  ing his words at the same time.  ' Now, I've got a little information  which I reckon might come in handy  to ye."  "in what way?" asked Miller.  "Wal, boss, my name is' Biggs.  Meow et I cud put ye onto a whisky-  runner��������� a run of 200 gallons, how  wuil thet'r8irike ye?"  Miller opened his eyes. If this was  true? If He could make such a  seizure it would get him a step. But  this might be only another trap.   ,  "That would be pretty lucky," he  answered at last.  * ..al, boss, I know whar thar's  goin' ter he a big run soon. A right  smart lot of good stuff too. Neow for  say $50 down, and ef you promise to  get me safe out of the country after  I get half of the fine, I'll split."  Miller thought for- a moment. If  the man was actually telling the truth  and if such a big run was actually to  he made, he would get a particularly  warm time from the major if it got  through. He thought that anyway he  had  better give it a trial.  "I'll givo you $50 after the seizuro  of  the  whisky.'  ho said.  "All right, all right, said Bigg*.  'Treat mo i-quar and I'll treat yon  squar."  Then Biggs proceeded to explain  that he was ln partnership with old  Lamoureaux and     three others.   He  guide Miller to a spot they wore suro  to pass.  That night Miller, the threo constables in the detachment and Biggs  rode out to teh place where n.iggB  said the whieky suiugglors woulel  come. Thore was big clump o������ brush  on a Bide hill and thoy concealed  themselves and their horses behind it.  It was a beautiful wintry night, calm  and still. The moonlight on tho unsullied snow was almost as bright as  day. Presently tho crunching of dry  snow under horsos' hoofs waB heard  and two sleighs, each drawn by four  horses, wero obsorved in the distance.  Miller sent his men further into hiding. Suddenly ono of the horses  neighed. It was replied to from ono  pf the sleighs, and in au instiint they  .were wheeled about and woro making headway on the back track.  "Como on���������quick, hoys. We've got  to ritlo for. it." shouted Miller, as  ho led his mon after tho fugitives.  The Bleighs were pretty well loaded  and tho polico wore pulling up on  them. Then two men, who had been  riding beside the sleighs wheeled  about. They dismounted and opened  tire on their pursuers. A police-  up with them. A fusillade of rlllo and  revolver shots folllowed. A policeman was down. Biggs' horse was  killed. * One of the smugglers ceased  firing, sinking down on the snow lie-  hind his horso. Tho other still kept  up the fight. At last a lucky shot  wounded the horse behind which the  man was standing. It gave a horrible squal.and tore away from his  master. Ho, seeing that the game  was up, threw up his hands. Hastily  disarming him Miller led his meu  after the sleighs, now far ahead.  ' Itw as a furious ride over the crisp  snow. The horses did not need the  spur. They were a.s excited as.the  riders. Crash���������down came young  Leslie's horso, his foot in a badger  hole. In a second he was up again  spurring to over take his leader. They  wore gaining on the smugglers, who  must be caught before they crossed  the river if Miller wanted to do tho  job alone. Faster anel faster they  rode, faster drove the fugitives. Miller could see them distinctly now and  had his six shooter ready. He was'up  with the rear 'sleigh as it dashed  down the hill to the ice. Across the  river from the opposite side..-rod*  two men.  "More smugglers," snarled Miller,  and he dashed up to the foremost,  shoving the.muzzle of'his revolver Into   his  face. ���������  "Hands up," ho cried.  A pair -of hands went up with re-  n.aikable promptness.  Miller leaned forward and grabbed  ni. revolver from the man's belt, and  ..heeling turned on the sleighs. His  two men had already seized the drivers and were tying them up. One. of  the prisoners was*old Lamoureaux.  Just thou the man he "had disarmed  rode up.  "Do you know you have assaulted a  a member of the police force, sir," he  began. ,  Miller roared.  "Why, if it isn't old Pepper: Tricks  are more  than  even now,   old  man."  "What, Miller! Oh Lord!".and Popper fled to his detachment. Miller followed him with his prisoners and.the  slfilehs, whioh proved ihia.'time to' lie  loaded with whisky: Miller tasted a  little as did the rest of ...e nien.  Fepper, however, refused.to bo,comforted. He felt that it was Miller's  turn  now. *  In the morning Miller took his  capture into,Macleod ar.d was received  with, great warmth. In his-official  report of the affair he did not-see fit  to -mention that he hael held up Staff  Sergeant Pepper, N.W.M.P., but the  story was too good to keep and soon  was the joke of the town. . Even to  this day it is not considered safe to  say "Hands up" to. Pepper, tho'"sergeants' mess having unanimou'sly'im-  pressed' upon him the fact that when  a 'policeman's hands go up thero  should be something in. them.  Calgary, January,   1S99.  **** ,mpe^loFT4ba  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,898  Reserve    ...    -   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S. Howland   President  T.R.Merntt, Vice Pros., (St.Oatharinos)  William K&nisav, Robeit Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stay ner  Eliat Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Branches  North XVesK and British Columbia  ESTATE  TIFFENING  The Lardeau railway is assured.  Steamboat communication with  the Big* Bend and Ganoe River  gold fields is being1 pushed forward.   A great future is opening  up before  The City of Revelstoke  Now is the  time to take hold of  the remaining' chances of bargains  in business and residential  property.  These are sdme properties  we are handling  S700 will buy,two fine business lots ".anil 8, block 10, on lirst street, 30.  by 100 feet.   Opposite It. P. Pettipiece's residence.    E-isy terms.  $250 cash .will buy two nice lots, 50 by 100, nearly. opposite Sampson's  hou?e.   L*)ts 3 nnd 4, Block 11.  $350 will buy a lot 25x100, next tho Front. St Post Ollice.  $1000 will buy a block, 75x109 on Campbell Avenue.  $1000 will buy a lot 25x100 iu the centre of the busiuess part of Mackenzie Avenup.  $700 will buy two lots, 0 and 7, block 0, 50x100 opposite C. B. Hume &  Co.'s ware house on Campbell Avenue...  $1000 will buy ti house aud lot 0.block 40, on Third Street. Five rooms  bath room and pantry. $100 down aud balance ou time to suit  Viirchaser.-* Tbo lot i-~ 50x100.  $3,500 will buv a block fmutitig on First St. opposite the Imperial  . 33:mW. Siat: 10O.*_I30x7.*!. Corner Ut-'iiiiftiigtit-'��������� Avenue -mitt * first  St. Tbo U. P. B. siding runs along ono sido. A splendid business location. ���������     '       , ���������  $2000 will buy it busbies'-, block 50x100'fronting on First St., between  the two banks,   A fine site for a business houso.  LIGHTNING   FRHAKS    '  A  House and Stab'e and a  Flag Staff  Damaged in the Siorni  Issued a circular announcing tbo in  traduction of their refrigerator ser- lr!tll townrds tije east. Ah, tho driver i had brought a large cargo across the  Vice for tho summer season jprj^.j not wigh ^ g0 to Macleod just; line and had been met by Lamoureaux  western points, including all tho thon ThiB couflrmcd Miller's sus-. near Lethbridgo.Tho last night they  Brltish. Columbia lines and tlio coast. 11)ll;i0ligt ana by hard riding ho man- ; had been camped south of Kipp cross-  O'Hanlon, Mullctt and Fitzharris ��������� aged to hoad the sleigh to the north lnc ho had had a fight with one of his  the last of the men convicted for tho west again. Still the result was . partners over cards. He had stabbed  murder of Lord Frederick Cavendish; doubtful. Miller's horse was giving the man and been kicked out of  in 1882   havo been      released      from   out.    He made a last call on lt.which   camp.       Thc   outfit  would   probably  nrlson  hv  the   Lord   Lieutenant      of i was  nobly   responded   to He   got   come within a few miles of Stand Off . received Ehocka, which left them dizzy  1   *'��������� *  '' ~*   -' "-  chas-c and   ou  ite   way to Macleod.      He could   and ill for sonic hours.  - From The Calgary Herald  The thunder storm which hung  over the city in the afternoon of the  Queen's Birthday did more than stop  the celebrations. Tho most serious  damage was ,done to J. C. Boyd's  house, south of the track. Tho  house is a substantial brick onc, well  finished both insido * and out. A  Herald reporter visited it after tho  storm and found it torn up in -most  eccentric fashion. Thc lightning  struck tho middle chimney, scattering the bricks over the roof and setting nre to the wood work. On  reaching the base .of the chimney it  toro up the floor and divided into two  currents, one ot which ripped tho  plaster off the celling and passed to  tho stove, bursting it and making a  passago for itself through the floor.  Tho other current passed along the  hall, turned three corners, leaving a  zig-zag charred trail on the plastor  and wall'paper and finally passed  out down the corner of the house,  after tearing off and splintering tho  wainscoting and smashing a valuable  hall . rack. Fortunately Mrs. Boyd  and other occupants of the house  wero in the kitchen; otherwise tliere  might havo heen a more serious talo  to tell. ��������� The damage is' covered by  Insurance.  Owing to the telephone system  being demoralized by the storm an  attempt to summon the Fire Brigade  was unsuccessful and the flames wero  put out with pails of water.  A barn belonging to W. H. Leo was  struck and ono end badly smashed,  while the horses inside escaped injury.  Tho storm's most eccentric pranks,  however, wero played on R. Kenneth's  fino flag pole, -which as is usual on  gala days was bedecked with a-complete array of naval signals. A bolt  struck the top mast, badly shattering  it, burning aud ripping into shreds  a 15 foot flag, and then passing down  threo of the wire cablo supports,  tearing up tho small flags en route.  When the electric fluid reached tho  ground it toro up tho sidewalk," shattered a stout fence post Into splinters,  broke several windows in the houso  and loosened some boards. Mr.  Kenneth and others     In the     house  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Priuce Albert  Vnccouvai  Winnipeg  Revelftoker  'Uon, B.  Houth Edmonto  ONTARIO.  Niagara Falls   ISt. Ihomai  Essex  FerjfiiB  Gall  IllKPfSoIl  I.istowe'l  Port Colborne (Toronto  Rat Portage       Welland  Sault St. MarieiWoodstoc-  St, Catharines lllaiiiiltoa  Mont real, Quebec.  Savings Bank Department��������� Deposits  of  $1   and    unwarile    received    and  inteii'Kt allei-.vvil.  Debentures ��������� Provincial,   Municip.il  nn.l other d-b^utino* purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, (Juiled  Kingdom, United States, Kurope,  India, China, Japan, Australia, Naw  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted for at any of -  the Hudson's Bay Co's   Posts ln the  Yukon ank northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Brar.ch  WALL>i  CJiliB, Inprain*.   Mie.1..*.   Kin-  l^Mcd Gilt.-*, anti  iH^dtrF of  all (Userlotion?.  W*.\:,I, PAi'F.KS In the clt.r.  LUxirrd   (Hfcomiis  civmi   on  r.M cash outer.*.  I   cImI   onlv    In    TV A L L  1' A i' K ft S-an<l.������olU'!tau  Inspection of my stock.  W.G.Bipney  JAcKiflZlE JWE.  Canadian  Pacific  Railway  and Soo Line.  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUTE  KAST   AND   WEST  FIRST CLASS AND  TOURIST SLEEPER'S   from   PACIFIC TO" ATLANTIC.  $m&&  Grogan & Go. are handling' some of the finest  mining* propositions in the  ""g* Bend, Lardeau and  FishGr eek camps of North  Kootenay. Full particulars obtained and furnished about mining claims in  the District.  Cfti-nes   Creek   Consolidated   and   Great   Western  Mice?,  Limited, tit 25 cents.  FI UE IX5U R.A NCE���������Wu aro agents i'or 11. P. Rit liet & Co's. companies.  MONEY TO LOAN  Canvassing agents for tlio Equitable Savings, Loan and  Building Association. No membership fees. Xo necessity  to take shares. No lines. The association offers a  straight loan repaid in monthly instalments. Can be paid  cfT altogether after two years.  Quick Time, Good Servic..  Fewest Changes,     Lowest Rates  Tickets issued' through and  BapgitKe   checked to destination.  DAILY TRAINS,  Ea_r._..., .   _  . '      8 2..k.:ive  .West.  Revelstolce^lve. i6T50k-  TO AND FROM   KOOTEKAY POINTS.  S. 15k..Ive���������Revelstoke���������air.. 10.03k  MOUNTAIN* CLIMBING  The Canadian Pacific Railway Company has stationed Swiss Guides at  Banff, Lakes in tho Clouds, and  Clacier for the convenience of tourists wishing to explore thc mouutalns  in these vicinities. Ask for copy of  "Swiss Guide" folder.  For    information,   time    cards,  maps aud tickets apply to  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Ag.nL. Revelstoke.  W.   1\    A.voeiison,   Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. J. Cottle, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  Ireland.  within1 pistol shot of the  ���������J. F(, Hull  & Company  Address  Office  Code :  :   Revelstoke.  Herald Office.  Moreing    Neill.  Butchers    and  All orders in oar line prom  flll-el   Retail Dealers In Beef. Pork etc  KAMLOOF5 aw*. REVSIiSTOIjK  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ������* Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call and sea in. We c tn lis yon  REVELSTOKE SAW Ml S  Revel_jn\9 35������t:a E C.  IT**5* Dress Fabrics  Por Gentlewomen."  In these lines wc can give you the  samc advantage as one can gel  in a large city as mc carry only  the newest and mostuji to dale  goods with trimmings and fancy  linings of alt kinds to match.  For June, 1899   We. will offer sjicciul inducements to buyers so that in every  department, including millinery  and dress making bargains oj  the prettiest kinds will be found  Wc arc always pleased lo show our  goods aud have you com pare  prices lor \te. knov; that by doing so we can secure your trade.  The Cash Bazaar  W. M".I.1)JU"M, MAN A11 ICK.  21OW-0N BLOCK. - Me K-~X7.il'* AYE.  ,������_..'* KXCHI.i.KNT Sl'ItlXl? TONIC  *������^ Fit E.i-11 SVl'l'LY Jl'ST KECElVJil).  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.  i.i.miti:i),  .HAS. R. Mc!-ION A I.I), Malinger.  Mckenzie ave.. iievulstoke station.  !!  LOCAL  ARD _GENERAL   HEWS  T. Robertson spent Monday in town.  The C.P.R. are taking freight for  points in tbe Liirdeau.  B. R. Atkins, laic editor of the  Mail, left for the coast on Monday.  * IA   decided   improvement  has  been  made in the Central Hotel barroom.-  Gen. T. Newman, general iiii'iili.-inl,  * Arrowhead, was in town  on  Monthly.  It is reported Unit the fast mail  set-vice on the main line of the C.P.R.  wil! commence on June 15th.  Mrs. -Smythe. Si'., and family leave  for Vie-ten-ia in the rnnrse.iif a lniinlli.  R. M. Smythe will re-main here.    -:  .las. Gill ifc Co. hsivp greatly improved  their s.teue by putting in additional  windows. 'Every, department is now  veil lighted. - '  The cautious preparation of the  C.P.R. to provide against high-water  seems wurrnnteil as lhe river is vising  daily und the weather is such that a  if petition of '94 uiuy be expected.  Saturday's Mail contained an announcement of the dissolution o'f purl-  lter.-liip between 13. R. Atkins and B.  R. Campbell of the Mail. Mr. Campbell continues the business.  B. E. Drew and -Mrs. Drew left Tor  the south on .Monday morning. Mr.  Drew is going as far as Tront. Lake tn  try his luck in" the hills for a niemtli  and .Mr.-. Drew will spend the time at  Arrowhead.  A IW yard font race is being arj-angfd  between J. S. Gusty of .Sandon. who  weiii the meil.-il for all round athletics  .-tl ."Silverton mi May 24th, anil CM.  -ViLon of ReiM-lamf, brut tier of 11. S.  "iVil-tm, the llevelatoke tailnr.  At- llie i)i"eting of t!ie> Epworth  I.'-.-igne ou Monday niuht. Rev. S. J.  Tboii.p.-nn gave a concise anil inli-r-  ���������..<tin,f-,ifiiinnt-uf-llie_B���������C���������CnnvenLiuu i.  nfc Sunday. -sehe'S*i]s and Epwnrlli  ^Le-iLtu^-- uliiih he- recently attendee!  al New \Vi*sLiiiin������ii-r.  The p'-o'e.-sieuial eaid eif T. R. Davey.  lln- well-known Ti-einl. Like, mining  expert, will be found   in   om-  ���������uivfi-ii"  iners!  Prospectors...  Wu limo mmlo a-jK-fial stmly of yonr iv.iuiriMU'jtit  unit ucluive IN STO-tJK u full tis.-ortuu'ut of  Blankets, Boots, A Tents,  Clothing, Etc.,  uf EXCELLENT UCALI'I'V let UKAf-O.V.UlI.K I'ltlCI'.:  ���������      WK CARKY TIIK   FISH BRAND OIL CLOTHING  Get Our Quotations,  Compare With Others,  e'onsidering .fnality, ete1.  We Do Not Fear the Result.  4ME  Taylor Block,  McKenzie Avenue  ''&JJ   I      !$J3  fi���������i&Hk rl  \t^^^       ___i ���������X^m*'       ___���������______-*-      WS   &*    <���������  mm 'J^-i^-W,  T\<3> si   'Oirl'O' lOf.  4 l^sjiMSirM  JP���������"fr iJT'VN "^ "rnJ  ������������������aJ  ���������rmd "r.tiiBKS    ^  ���������nm m pm ���������$m ?  g irom us  Yon will save'" money  =-MV2__������_ii___5S<������3<2_!3.-r  IGE!  CHEAP  Keep Your  Butler Kold  Delivered  Daily  Make Your s  Own Lemonade '  Supplied by  Month or Weight  Keep  Kool  H. 12.' LOVERING  <-"y~v;  AV. M. Brown went south on Mon-  tltiy's train.   -  Sam Laughtrni and Mr. Sinclair  camo up on Monday night from Ferguson.  Tho Derby was run at Epsom lo-day  A horse culled Flying Fox is lhu favo-  i i te.  .1. A. Birney left .by No. 2 lhis  morning for Calgary, where ho will in  future reside.  .lolin Gruwli". an old time resident of  Revolstokc, cm lie up from the lower  country Last nighl. -  Ry a. typographical error in our last  issue IV Moran was pnt. down as N. G.  ol tho I.O.O.K.. instead of P. More.  Mn.-lor ..fnc-ky. Sibbald entertaiiie'tl  some of liis young friends last night  at tt party oii the occasion of his birthday.  11. II. Ti'iieinan & Co will tipt'ii their  n.,\v--bi'uiii--li stneiie.1 in town on .Line'  filh over A. N. Smith's-hiikt'.v aiul will  remain for the balance of .Tune.  i Ld. Adaiv������is nnr authority for the  statement that lhc C. P. IL will run  their boats through lhc canyon from  this out without'a guarantee against  loss.  Mis. P. W. MaeGregor and family  returned ye'steiday morning from  Kamloops whero Sirs. MucGi-egeir was  visiting her parents Mr. ami Mrs. J.  Savage, for the- past, mouth.  Tiie Reform nntl Labor Association  ut a meeting em Saturday night pro  test ed against the Oily Council's scale  of waucs as being below the: standard  rales nl* wages paid in town.  A FINE L6T OF  SILVERWARE  dfcisr RECEIVED  THISWEEK  I.N'Ci.UDIXri:::::::.:::  Carving- Sets    ' *  Castors  Knives  Forks  -  Teaspoons  Butter Dishes  Bon Bons      ,,  L. P.. Atkins and O. D. Tit mr left on  Tui'Stlav's train as delegate's fiom the  Ri'vclhlViko lodge of' I.O.O F. for  Vancouver lo attend the niPi>ling  e-alh'il to form a Grand Lodge tit* tbe  Order for British Columbia.  Hati'liffo. "the  hangman,   is  on  hisjS)      T-T      ^ , .   - _  ~an>!aops=t<).e_..*_i_U______i^^  WATGHES   AND  CI20GKS  av Barber;  . McKenzie Ave. revelstoke  Point Ge/nreRT  .    PLUMPER PASS.  .MAVXK ISLAND, P.Q .  About mi'lMurbctirticii Vnne-otiM-ranil Vict'triu  Thii-   hottil  i:> sitimtcl on  one of.tho  mo.-t  b'.'.'iiitii'ul Klantl.- in the _ ulf of Ui-orsla.  fliniivte  eieliirlitf'.il.     Gooil     Kemitna    an-l  Fi-liiiiL'-, liiwn T.:nni_. and Bitthili-.  Just tlio pl-ice tri .-pend aiiolielav dr.ring the  hot MimiiiL'rmoiith-.  l"h>> luu:-o i>  iif-Ii   furnished  am!  ������:th all  mo.lern .-or.vt'iii.'in-^-.  -lODEItATE KATES  Apply loMANAGEn.  st<..iii-,,>r    ior.\c-*    Nisw-   Wc _iii-..!i;t.-7   cver-.-  MomlAy, T!i:i-.-.ls,y ant! s-atnrtlav.  i   We buy in ca,r lots  2   Wer pay spot cash  ,    3   We understand the retail Grocery business  thoroug"hly  4 Our  ten years9 experience in Revelstoke  has taiig'ht 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 ^merchants*-"who-  have all their interests in the city, rather than  to wholesalers who have practically no interests  here, prices and"terms'-being equal. "��������� -U''..-  ���������a w  We have secured'the use of-the Governmeiit Cold-  Storage-and---al-w,^ys--rcar3_y. a   select stock -of  Butter and Eggs, at market prices"  " Natures   Own  Health  Pri'server."  Tue Quaker Bath  Cabinet  Turkish liiilIii nl Home. Suves llciiltli, Life,  Me'iliulno nntl litii'ltir lillR .Tlit-st! Unllisiire  l'lt'iisiinl, Ttniliig, Oli'tinitiii;, Ko-lHiililiiiK,  liivinornliiin, Sti'i'iictliuiiin,; tn llu- liotly,  liluuel, liumi'li";, lionrl, elf. 1'nr turtlier jinr-  tieular-i, itilornmtion or i-irculitrs eipply lo  Clias, J. Ariian, oPDo: station.,  A. N. SMITH'S���������BREAD  Is balti'tl in the intitltii'iiizcil oltl-ftisliionnel  way���������lliu \\-ny yotu" inoiliurs, ninl vour  . (triiniliiiotlicrs ilitl. An ii_inioii_.fi lirii'k  oven Iioaioel by "-1-foot -\vootl," the firo  elmn-ii anil lliore you lutvo it hot enough  tn lm ko -lull loaves. Thill's purl of Sinltli'a  Micrul of.success. Tbo rest lies in knowing"  liinv. Cnkos iinel nil buker'!?' gooels fresh  every ilny. -   ���������  tli-tiiieries, Uiiunetl Oootls, Coffees anil"  S'lioc*, l'.utler nnel Kgg*, Senilis, Kxtracts  nml ovorylhiui; In lhu iirovlsitm linos nro  i-tilel by Mr. Smilli at the verv lowest cash  lii'ifes. All yootls tlullvcreiel* ns orelurcl.  I'ny hiin a cull. Vlelorln Itunel, _Ensl,  Kevelstoke, 1J.C  Painters Wanted.  Only    llrst   class   men   wnutt'tl.     "Highest  wtigui. imltl."   Aiiiilytti  . W.tl.ItlUNKY,  Pioneer Paint Shop,  'litf - Kirst Street, east.  ,   '       "    Wanted.  First Class bench carpenter.  Apply JOHN K. WOOD.  1        City of Revelstoke. , "   ���������  Applii'iitions will be rcceivctl bv the ii'niler-  siKiin.l up to noon on I'riilny, June Sml, for the.  position eif Cily Puunelkeeper.  The Vonntlkeeper will   he required to ereet ���������  anel maintain the pound at his own-expense..  l'*ut'ther particulars mny be obtuiued at mv  olliee. --._-       ���������   .  ,    (',. K. SHAW,' -     -  City Clerk.  -May 25, 18711. ,'    , " -12-21      ".   "     .      - . "  Apples  Apples, eviipin.iti'd, new per lb..$    ]2i'  ���������; ��������� ������������������ wheilo peril).      11  Dried Fruits  Currants..,  Raisins'   Pi-tuii-s   Apple-' ....  Prunes, silv  I .  ������i������S������������&2������2������>iiA������i^^  Eaking Powder.  I  Baking Powder.  Price's,   12 oz.  per tin ..  n  f)  10  .   S  35  .       ...._...     ..,,.......-,..��������� ������������������. _^w.���������^ . .-.--TT,,   _w--^  the Indian murderer of Pliilip Wulk^r. jS  TIku'i' is a possibility of some  trouble*-  ft-,  with the Indians eiver tlif  li,mcing  iif }p) n������s  C'a-iniir   aud   tliey   are    toported  being in an angry mood.  -0lBa_kiu^--P-O___.y.ae-i__,_P-ricu's;.-|-]. Jhs     __  _   }Zr   portin ��������� .-=-1-10-  rtfii Baking Powdei-, Price's,  a suit,���������bicycle, 'Iw-i or (p\     per tin...  His.,  White; Star', 12  I^J Jii5t a giiei'I nri-to-rtat" l-uslii*". -nit,���������of  P.\ Baking Bowdev.  White; Star, I:  ! <|) na>* kind of < ]r.;_. In an;. s'.;-lc yr,,i a-v  q, \     or., tilt-. ',) for ���������   .-..,..    v v....���������        , c ,-. ,, r> ��������� 19 f"r*    TallorJn? iiourba-:a'-^;an'l-.1"  ���������**��������� linking Powder.   White  Star.  ���������  iiitrioluiiin.-. thi-issue.    Mr: Dawv has       A ���������c*ui"-'py   purty of ( .1 .IL engineers r������ nr. lttiown (hroii(fhoiit NortU Kcoter.-.v <P -     lb. tin.-i. per tin   iipVnt-d t-n office- in Tioat  Like Ci'tv in' wv''*' f" *',' Uie Larele.-in by Arrowlieud |<g tl) h,_. n.i;.,i,;e.    v. hy Jp������n<i v>-,7 r-'.'l  ������'P'*iking  Pow,U-i-, White Star,  antieip-ilion'of .i  i-o:u-iel_i able  int'ive-   on Sat tireiay. Anojliei-partv olti.ct'.'i)   ������ ra(ni0>.  in   r.healy-jI,;,n   cn,.,5rn  su���������.at y\     p.. tins. p������ r tin ���������'   .,...  ment   in    miumir   piopertie.-*   in    thai   supiio-i-i   to .'<*;'--Soi-t hern Kin fie .-in- -\<p ,hl       ., hfji von ,-.-.;, ,!o bctti-r-.jo^itv 6 j  ili,lik-tlllU=t..i*.n. irV������.'y   t':!".y.   -"ii1���������-".-1   ,1,1,t,,1'" UUS ",iy*   I *"��������������������� vr������rfcm..,.-1lp -rM-i.li-rnd-riy K,.'u %\  2 10  50  Eltii-Titton.     Albe  ancthi'i-   new-p iper  to  Pi.-i.     it   is   t  *!!���������"_���������:_. wht. at  thc .Mlll������'l-:it-S'  is     I  be  e .tik-t!   tl  ,.,,,-     -   .     -          ,-..,     .......         -     l f*~j ni11'   -,v..r;einaii'.|3ir. .-fin.-'..li-r':.l��������� rjy  trt-t^   l.\  , II,,.,.. ,. verv ittlednnbi. b���������l tmu, ,,,n- hJ > |  have   -,,, ,,.,������������������, on tbe La., lean rond   will be- . $ a>h)li th h          "f          *  i gin ti tin tins end shortly                            ���������������������������          *           '  vol-  A P.  vi!',  Tsui-.  -.1    to   Hi,  it.i. mul  In.   edit,-.!   bvT.A.r  ""'' " ]ty  lie lime ua-  i.tlitnr  of!     '-Thirty   days   in     Kntnloeips   jail."*^  ' ������n. anei   tii'iiiiiu't-il by i -aitl   the   new   P. M.    The   piL-uiie-i  Bluing  -rjiLires. per lb.  will   lu-   el..  I  ).l   and   li'tiretl. ������ But    Al t'.riii-y-  wili n..ikt*  it  C-tit'  e>f the v. niil.  The  piipi-r   ..........  inti'ii'-:-   e,f  Xi-iilu-in I Geiie'ial Martin -aid   the   town   wouitl j  it-  pi.j.-itoi- .-av  ihey I have to'p.iy tor tb������ tiip.     So in ful in i-;  <i   i.e-u-paper   in" evei v ' theie will be ne> change  of air in   llie.  * is-i'uti-iK'. . and the e! anil d's will eNpiiitej  ,      .,      ,        ,,.      ,, , ,   j theii-iiiy'.-tit'es'Vloinir-sniiii'  t'tctiing  em,  On  Sur..l*iy  M,-s   B.-rger    Ui������   s<>I'-   ihe towi.Mti'. which tie'i'il.-it ba.liy.  Mirviv.i;' i.t i ii,- l .itor lit.ti-elieiid   fiiiiuj  the nigral tvalaiiehi* ;il Hngei-.' Pn-s, I In*. E. II. .���������?. Me-Lean has taken in it :  v.:...-.'_-,!in the victim of an uiifr.i-ln-, pattner. I)r. Kliot of Trout I. ike* ('iii'. !  nit'i- av. iib'i.t. While liding her [ Dr. Mt L".ui will leave- in a few elay .  bit-ycle--he-i-vt-i-iinlaiii-e-.i and fi-II,agaiii j fot ,i two i-.e-ok's business visit "to |  bie.ikintt iiie  let;   ������hi-b   bad   be-ui)   so' Tre.ut   Luke  Citv.   ami   111*, l-jiiot   will;  elm imr his |  R. S. Y/ILSON, |jBbuugi;,p,e!.p.-.*bot,i,-  S3 -<"**���������������i.xsi lAiiuii. I ^ . Eroonis                 _ ���������__ j Brooms fl) .'.ull   no  20  IH  b.iellv   <.*n.i; teie*.l  Ito:  ll.  nl   Golden   till  Golden Era.  rers  Pass  .'.nd } pun tit.-t- in  hi-  plitie*   Inu'i'  ll j illwelll*.'.       ''    '     ''       r'  ago.-  wiiich bad viir.fhu-d her in the ho.-]iital j iibsi-iic.'.      It  is* the  intention   of   Or.  *      ���������      - ! Me-Lean .mil  Or. Llint  to  establi-|i   _  a   theirt   time  hospital wither at Tiout Lake  City  or  This is a country of high  mountains j ''ergusnti.  anel liinh riil|..".s. iialel  peaks  and   balfi I  "  |  hea.ifit men. b.ue side hills,  and   haie-j    _s,.lino| n.ig--a mnv lot inst arrived |  facet, hnrs;. .ledges   that    lie   flat   an������l   ;li. Canada Oriig & B.iok Co.  ledge-- Lh.it m-t lie.   ledge's  with   pav-  _ tiesiksniul l._lge������ without piiystTi'iik's, I     ���������Try  Cbloiitle  of   Lime,   for  disin-  lif-w imnif and 'new women, elwi-l siur-I feetintr.    It  can   be-   got,   fre-sh   at   tb  thintr-  .-mil   el".-id  tramt*   sports,  black  jaek ii.'iiiL- tii,it ran'l pluy black   jack.  -  ���������._  ���������* * *~  77" ~          "17 '**  ���������  HOTEL  FOR  SALE  Tl  <_'  trfl  fn  rlinri/h-  l.fj s-| .<.\,',y I  rth'.*r jiutti  >.*���������! ,- r..'i< Mrni-i -  ,r ,,'VI   K- <li%*r.<  a  n-iiw--.   Apply fur  i  l   ('!  -������������������nan.  ci-tok".c n.c.  CJ  (:ij .'.irh.  .1) i-a.h .  ')-  Xi  IU  Canned Fruits ;'   -  Canneii Fruits, Califovnia.2A lbs,  eatii ".....       20  Canned  strawberries,  Cairidian  2 His., eaeb    r.'     17  Caniieil   raspberries,   Canaeliau. -  2 lbs., each     ��������� IT  Canned Vegetables c  Tomatoes, 3 Ib. tins. por. tin  12i  Corn, 2 Ib. iins. per tin  11  Peas, per tin  10  Beans, per tin , 10  Cocoanut  ���������Gncnnnut. in-liiilkr=-per-ll)=t=  Coceii'.nut in packets per lb.  Condensed Milk  Oeindi.nsed milk,  Reineleeu',   pet'  Condensed  cream,   Jersey,   per  tin f   Canned Fish  Salmon, best, per tin   Cove oysters, 2 lb., per tin..  "       "   "       1 lh.. per tin..  "Canned Beef  e>  . Cm nod Beef, 2 lb., per tin ...  i ('aimed Brawn. '2 lb., per tin.  j Lunch Tongue, 1 lb., per tin .  Biscuits  , Bi-euit.-. sotl.i;   .0 lb. box. per lh.  1 P,ii-t't--eiti*s cream sod.is, :;|b.t..n  '      e-.-.e-h    _.   '��������� I'.ttti'i-soit's  f ir.iliani  Waf.'j ���������>.   2  Hi. tins, i-at-h   i Pattei-.-nn'a mixed, 1 lb, byxes...  i  ���������10   |  :-..-, j  20 ,  Fluid Beef  .leihiislon's Fluid Beef. I oz. tins.  " " "2 ov.. tins.  Egg Powder           a  Kgg Peiwder. Birds ouch   - 115  12  12.',  25"  15  PAI  80  ���������10  25  nlei l-tio-i- sn.il ol.l timeis. and old  tiniei-- full t f t.'il ln..i-e'. Who woultl  lint live ir. th.   Slocan ?���������.Silveitouiun.  Th.* Hi:r.\i.L) i.-  in  receipt   of .1   re'-  vise-tl   edition   e.f   Uih   vnry   excidleiit  Cmaela Drug & Bonk Co.  ���������Black-mil il re.al ! Blacksmith conl!  a. carload of coal ju-t arrived. Put np  in 100 |li. sack-, .lust riifht for packing  tu niiiies���������at (.'. B. Hume .V; Co.  ���������C XV, Ceitiigan, O. O.S., o!' Vernon,  has tak'n   nvt-r' Or.   .M.ithisnn's  nfiice  . -���������---. --.- -���������- -.-     ,-    lias taK'n   nvi-i-   ur.   Ai.iinisnn s  nince  ele.-ciiplive   p.,,,ipl,l,.|   of    the*     I rout   , ,     ������������������ ,,,������, (ilM vis!t, f      ,hc.  Line nntl^ Liideat. Mines and Prnspee-ts j ,2 ,  j���������n   ; ^.V^nminalKiuLtwo wi-i-Ich  lV.bl -bed  tinelr ��������� tne a,,-pices e.f the  f|l���������n lllllt tUt0.  iin-.it   Like   Jratti's  Comiiiittfi.    lbe 1  patrnhli*t     I'-s   liei'ii    enlaigeel   bv   .  -.i-li'lJ-m-nt .1. scribing the work  elone! MARRIED  .-,.   ���������'-   St.   Kiii.p.   >*.-tt;e  L.   Beatrice! '���������   . -.'. -- ��������� r.i'ir-.-n upto!a-t April. A} Vi>tox-Zki������KI5���������On tbe2I)lli inst., at  *'' "f tli^ di-tiie' 'nclnde'il ; HI P.-tei'- clmri-li. by Rev. Dr.  -.   * y .-���������-h..'i  ivPh :.r.    Tile.      Paget. Cii.ifles F. Alston, U.K. M. K.  I ABIES' gMPOKIUM  Cheese  TlITItr*   ^TP.KKT,  ("KSTP.K.  Opp.p-itc Cfiwun niof-k.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment  of Fancy  11  Goods  in  town.  M. K. Lawson.  HARRY  EDWARDS  Taxidermist.  '��������� Cheese, Mc L-ireVs medium.  p<~r i,  I     iar ���������>������������������  j  ', Chops'', C.uiadiaii   10 1b.  theeve,  I     uach    1 50  i  Coffee  wf)l*R COT-'FKKS  .ill Ici'l in  QUALITY And prick  I!'.. in or fJi'Oiuiel)  .lava and Mri"h.i N'o. '2, per lb ...  Best   Java   and     Mne-hn,    (very  e hriici')   Our Own Uleiiel   Try e.iir 25 cent bcui e oil'r-f.  Chase  and  Sanboin's 2 lb.   tin,  per tin   ��������� i.-eiiwi  !', c  M<-i  ���������i'i  "ti  nt -1  pf.kr ii?;Ari=,  i-.[i'.r������.-, animat*-, i.t,-.  Pr"-"T'.e't nnil Moani.-.l.  Flour  I Flour���������Ogilvie's    or   Kee-iVatin,  j     per cwl   Cclatine  j Gelatine, Coxes, ( lb. p.u-knges..  1  i l.aitl. pine. ^ lb. I Ins   !    " -'    i*. lb. tins .���������"..  "     10 II). tins   "     20 Hi. tins   Bacon  Ih-eakf.-lst l),ti-ei|i, per 11)   Dry salt bacon, peril)   I.S  Marmalade  .Marmalade, Keillei's 7 lb   Pickles  Pickles. 1 gallon pails   Crosse & Hlackwell's pints...  Pattersoii's eptart sealers....-.  pint sealers   Sweet Pickles ....'   Rice  Rice, China   ",    Japan .<   1 00*-  R0  Hi")  K5  20  25,  ������4   . _. ;������������������������������������,- ;.-s&lt���������  Sail, 15 lb. sacks, B.fi.1-..  '���������   50 lb. sacks, each  Sapolio  S.ipnlio, per cake   Soap  Sou))���������  Royal   Crown    Soap 20  for...... ;   Peerless Sei.tp, 25 feu-   Sunlight snap, IS for.-   "Starch  Slarch. laundry.   1 Ib.   Corlins,  per lb   Starch, Coin, per lb   Soda  Soda, Washing, per lb   25  75  12  1 00  1 00  1 00  10  Sago  Sago, per lb....  Tapioca  Tapioca, x><~tirl, per lb.. ���������  7  Teas  Our Teas arc the best in the market.  Ran'i Lai's, (the favorite); por lb.      CO  R.  H. TRUEMAN &.-CO.,-  PHOTOGRAPHERS  'Will open "up   business in   their new*  stu.iinin the Smith Block Ihe lirst week  in June, nntl  will  remain one month.  S'-  EGGS.  EGGS.  TX~e;s from pure luce! prize winning .stock of  While.  Plymouth   ltoeks.   ?;! torn  tetliiij; o������ :  lil eggs. '   ���������-*. .  , Jo  J.eave or.lcrs nt P.ounic Bros.  us Yatks..  ���������Im  "    " -   Notice      **     ,'   -  Talie Xoliee thnt John-Il. I'obinson, of the  e;ity of Itevelsloke-,. intenelii te. apply-to the  P.oani of Licensing Coiinnissionoi-s of [he City  of Uevelsloke,*nt the next siltiujt of .the  l.iceasing Court for a license to sell liquor by  rotnil on the promises owiieil hy hun anti'  silunle on^l.ots 1,'. nnil IG, I'.lock 211/ 011* thc cor-"  nor of Oi ton Avenue: nnel Scuotul Street in tho  sai'l Citv of Kevelstoke.        ���������' -.  DatoU tliis first elay of Mny, A. II., IS!,!).  IN-PROBATE    -     ,  fn   (he.  County   Court  of" Kootennv *  liolelen ni Itevelstoke.    In  Ihe.iioojl-  of Arthur Coilfrev   Molson Sprii-������o;  ilet'casetl,  nntl in "the niatlcr of*~fli'*  ���������'Oilicial Ailiiuni-tri'-iors Act,"  beforo  Ills lltiuor J. A. l-'nriu. e'enintv Jutlgc,  llu-2C.1I1 tiny of April, ]������!!).     '*  "Upon   the  npplii .ition   of '.liimos   Foruuson  Annstron^,    Olliciiil     Acliniiii.-,ti-ntt,r   of   -tho  County Court IllStrii'l of the Counly of Kool-'  enny, anil   upon   reading   the   ullitlnvlts  nntl  papers llloel em this nppliculion.  It is ortleretl that Tthe* saiit Jnmcs ,l*'eri_:usoii ���������  Ai'nisti'inis, oflicinl n'tlministratorof the counly  court illstrivt of lhc. counly of Kootenny,  be ami he is hereby, nnpointeil ntlminis-  tralor of all nntl sinynlnr tiie personal estate,  el'feel.S-niul.tyreitlitsjif, Arthur lieiili'rey -Molson  S prai-'KO. niriTroC^ttrvSl siokc���������lsrC-rr- barrislv rr^  elet'eiisetl, with the will anuexetl.  An.l it Is im'.crcel Unit 11 copv of tills ortler be  published in the Revelstoko llernltl newspaper  for   lhc'space  of   lour, weeks from the  tlitte  hereof. -   t- "  , ��������� ,(Si(jnetl)   .1. A. FOItIK,       u  "1���������II w , Juelge.  .    For Sale  -onriline;  House  tuul   Lot,   Fet'oml   Street,*  Centre.    This house i.s2Hxil, to be solel Willi or  without household effects.   Apply Jilts. I.ORS-  vol.1), Prop.  \,  Public Notice  Mrs. Mnrtha Stniupi'r, of Itevelstoke, B.C.,  beiiiKStik' oh ner of lot 17, ltleie'k 2ei, C.P.It.  Town-lie,11 ml the properly thereon, does hereby*  wnrn mid notify nil'pot-..ons from routine? or  piire'hiishi.. iho -nid- lot anti property from  anyone except inysclf.'n--1 Imve not In-trttcteel  nnv per-'oii 10 net for me. I i.l-e> notifv the  public Hint no per-on hnsniiy riuht or 1'nwfiit  elniin, jtiditmcut or mort^n^c n^iilnst snlil  properly nntl lot above described.  M .WITH A STA.MPKU,  Second Street tuul Orion Avenue,  P.cvolstok.' Station.  j Liptnn'fc No. 1 per lb   '���������io   j ���������'        Ne>. 2, per lb   55 "       No. 3, per lb   1 10  j,-, il,.s. |,hick tea for   2 10 ^  12i  10'.  Vermicelli  Vermicelli. 10 lb. box   Macai oni, 10 II). box   00  50  ���������10  1 00  So  85  ll  rS-J-rtS '-! Vr-tf of SchnnJhnuse  A i'  LJu    4 ;J -4J 'Hid \b*   ^^  -*^> "Z^  --is    ^i'__ v_  Executor's Notice lo Creditors.  NOTICE 13 IIEllKtSYllIVEX llintnll persons  hnvlni! clnhiisni-'iiiiist the estate nf Allnn S.  McKenzie, Into of Auncontln. In this State of  Montana, U. S. A., tlceeascil. nre required to  send to C.i'O. S. MeCnrter, of Itevelstoke, 11. C,  Solicitor for Mnry McKenzie, tho executrix  nnmcil in the Inst will and testament of sniel  eleceaseel. full particulnis of such claims on or  before tho l^'tli dny of June, 18!)!), and after  thc saitl loth elay of June, the saltl  executrix will protect! to distribute the salel  estate amongst the persons entitled thereto,  having rcirnnt only to thoic claims to which  the executrix shall then have notice, nnd that  the salel executrix will not be liable for the "  proi'eetls of said estnto or nny part thereof sen  distrilmfeil to any person of whose elnim tho  said executrix: Hail not notice at the time of ������  thc distribution thereof.  Dated this l.lth Mav 1839.  GEO. S. MeCAKTEB,  39���������lw Solicitor for the said Executrix.  Administrators Notice to Creditors  Notice is liereby Kiven that nlllioreditors nntl  per-ons having claims against the estate of  Arthur Godfrey Molson Sprngpe, lnte of Kevelstoke, n. C, barrister, deceased, nre required  to send to James F. Armstrong, Esq.j> Official  Administrator, nt Fort Steele. B. C., the administrator of this estate, full particulars of  such e-lnimi on or hefore the 23rtl day of Juno,  16V3; and after the snid 2?rd June, 1899, tho  snid administrnlor will proceed to ellstributc  -���������aid estate amonsrst the per������ons entitled  thereto, havinc regard only to tho������e claims of  which thc saiel administrator shall then hnvo  notice mul that the said aelmiiii������trator will  not be liable for thc proceeds of said estate or  nny part thereof so distributed to any person  of whose claim the saiel ndministratorshall not  have hnel notice at the lime of the distribution  I thereof.  i     Dated this 23rd dav of May, 1S9D.  GEORGE S. McOATlTER  ! 41���������liv���������"       .'���������'llc'fi'- foi-jui.j Adi-.-iinMrator.  *

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